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MISS GENEVIEVE CLARK.
Champ Clark's Daughter, Sing
er, Horsewoman and Golfer.
9 1912. by American Press Association.
M. Gappa left Tuesday for St.
Cloud on a business trip.
E. H. Denu went to Blackduck on
a short business trip last night.
tta to Hakkermp for photos.Adv.of
John H. Boyd, a Crookston land
man, spent yesterday in Bemidji on
Charles Carter, who spent Tuesday
in Bemidji, returned to his home in
Hines last evening.
International Falls Daily Journal
(Gemmell): E. B. Johns of Bemidji,
was in town last Wednesday.
It is coming, Cadillac prediction.
Watoh for it in Saturday Evening
Post Jan. 11, 1913.Adv.
W. T. Blakely returned to Farley
last night after having spent several
days in the city on business.
E. M. Sathre left this morning for
Detroit, Minnesota, on a business
trip. He expects to return Friday.
Crookston Daily Times: Miss Dora
Barrette arrived this morning from
Bemidji to visit friends a few days
The Narcissus club wil not meet
this week but will be entertained
noxt week by Miss Madeline John
Secure a sat of six Rogers AA tea
apoona free with the Pioneer. Ask
how. Come packed in neat lined
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Lycan and Miss
Donna Lycan were dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Dane Tuesday
Rev. Fr. John Philippe, pastor of
the Catholic church, went to Black
duck last evening, returning on the
Aak to be shown tne special prem
iums offered to Pioneer readers. They
urill be brought right to your door or
may be seen at this office.
Frank Rauch, who has been ill for
the past few days has recovered and
has resumed his duties as fountain
dispenser at E. F. Netzer's.
International Falls Daily Journal:
(Northome) Ralph Fields left on
Wednesday for Bemidji for a short
visit with Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Throop.
You need a thorough cleansing
remedy now take Hollister's R. M.
Tea, you'll feel better all through.
35c. Barker's Drug Store.Adv.
International Falls Daily Journal:
(Northome) Bert Kailhee of Bemidji,
who has charge of the camp six miles
north of this village was in Northome
Students in the Bemidji High
school Who have been carrying half
credits have completed the examina
tions of these credits and have be
gun on other subjects for the last
'j half of the year.
Drives out the germs of winter,
i clears the blood, regulates the stom
ach, livens you up, it's Hollister's R.
M. Tea. Barker's Drug Sotre.Adv.
Mrs. G. A. McDonald of Winnipeg,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McManus
.of this city, who was operated upon
Tuesday morning at the St. Anthony's
hospital, is getting along very nicely
rafter the operation. .-_ _-
Misa Christine Berggren left Tues
day evening for Brainerd, wihere she
will visit for a week or ten days with
)her parents and friends. She will
istop off at Hackett for a day or two
.to visit her sister en route.
.Now is the time to have that car
*'overhauled by trained automobile
men avoid the rush. Phone 474
Northern Auto Company.Adv.
Among Bemidji's out-of-town' visi
ton ytt#rdr were Axe) Risgborf,
Bagley E. A. Mills of Crookston
Sam Cham of Little Falls Arthur
Holt of Crookston and L. D. Beach of
Northome and Marcus Stephens of
Dr. G. Gilbert, Jr., of Duluth, who
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Hanson and Miss Katherine oe,
1111 Lake Boulevard, left this morn
ing for International Falls on a short
business trip. He will return to Be
Everybody should take a cleansing,
purifying, regulating remedyHol
lister's R. M. Tea will put you right,
keep you right Barker's Drug Store.
The city basket ball game and
dance which was to be given this
week by the "Big Bemidg" team has
been postponed until next wee* so
that it will not clash with the game
to be played between the High school
team and Fosston next Friday.
A crew of men are at work this
morning cleaning up the new Great
Northern depot. An engine has been
put in use and steam from it is being
used to clear- the platform of ice and
snow. The platform is over a block
long and is made of large red bricks.
A man wanted to send some mon
ey to his old mother in Ireland. He
wasn't sure the drafts from the
Northern National Bank could reach
out into the little town so far away.
But she got the money promptly and
without any red tape.Adv.
The Young Peoples' society of the
Swedish Lutheran church will have
a sleigh ride party Thursday eve
ning. The young people will gather
at the home of Mrs. Thorson Thomp
son, 510 Beltrami avenue at eight
o'clock, from there they will drive to
the poor farm where a lunch will be
Crookston Daily Times: Word was
received this morning from Bemidji,
of the serious, illness of Mrs. Mar
garet Casmey, who left here two
weeks ago for a visit. Mrs. E. C.
Murney of this city, daughter of Mrs
Casmey, with whom Mrs. Casmey
made her home, and Mr. Richard- Cas-
mey, a son, of Euclid, will leave this
evening for Bemidji, to, be with their
Billy Myers will serve you with a
dainty ham or cheese sandwick with
that healthful, sparkling Rex beer,
at his place,. 112 Third street. He
wishes to state liowever, thSt- he
absolutely no room for loafers
or "butinsky's.'' His goods are all of
the 'top notch" variety and at prices
within reach of all who desire any
thing in his line.Adv.
E. E. Colby of Foreman, North Da
kota, who has been the guest of his
sister, Mrs. M. E. Ibertson for a week,
left this morning for his home. This
is Mr. Colby's first trip to thiff part of
the country arid he was very much
pleased with Bemidji and surround
ings. He and M. E. Ibertson drove
out to George Cochran's camp about
thirteen miles from here, and as that
Was Mr. Colby's first visit to a lumber
camp, he found it very interesting.
William C. Hagen, who for three
years has made Bemidji his home
while' traveling for a Duluth wholes
sale house, brought his bride to Be
midji last night. Mr. and Mrs. Haness
gen will live at 437 Irvine avenue.
Mrs. Hagen was formerly Miss Louise
E. Kaiserman, of Richland Center,
Wis. They were married in Madison,
Wis.,, at the home of Reverend Gold
and spent their honeymoon in Minne
apolis, and with Mr.-Hagen's parents
in Northfleld, iWfesS-s**^
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A surprise party was planned by a
number of friends of Mrs. R. O.
Richardson, 407 America avenue,
Tuesday afternoon The following
guests were included: Mesdames An
ton Erickson, George Anderson, C. E.
Riley, Ole Anderson, A. A. Allison, K.
Roe, C. Markusen, L. Anderson, John
Moberg, T. Thompson, Barney Erick
son, I. Nygaard, John L. Brown, Ed
Arke, and Miss Mildred Richardson.
Mrs. Richardson was presented with
a handpainted plate and a dozen
cups and saucers. A lunch was served
during the afternoon.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mey
ers, 912 Beltrami avenue, was the
Raited without Yeast
When they are just right, the old fash
ioned yeast-raised buckwheat cakes are just
fine. But it takes a skillful hand to get
them "just right" and many housewives do
not want to be bothered with a bowl of
batter standing around all the time. Made
after this recipe, buckwheat cakes are as
good as any you ever ate and much super
ior to those made with self-raising flour.
Made with double raise baking
powder, the last of the batter will make
just as light cakes as the first.
By Mrs. Janet McKenzie Hill, Editor of
the Boston Cooking School Magazine.
1 cup buckwheat
flour 1 table-
8 level teaspoon-
Powder 1J cups
cold water i tea
Sift together, three times, the flour, sugar,
salt and baking powder: stir the water in all
at/once and bake on a not. well oiled grid
dle. Buckwheat flour calls for a generous
measure of baking powder. Part milk may
be used to mix die Cakes but water gives
quite as good results.
A delicious '^spread*' for griddle cakes is
made by creaming together about twice as
much honey (either comb or strained) as
butter. Work it up with a fork to about
the consistency of hard sauce.
..Readers of this paper may obtr.in "The
Cook's Book*' containing this and S 9 other
delicious recipes free by sending the colored
certificate packed in every 25-cent dan of
Baking Powderto the Jaques MfgV Co.
Chicago. Sendfor "The Cook'sBook" today
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOB THE DIS-
TBICT OF MINNESOTA,
the Matter of Edward J. Gould and
Dana Gould, Individually and as*
Co-partners as E. J. Gould & Son,
Bankrupts. IN BANKRUPTCY.
To the Creditors of E. J. Gould & Son
of Bemidji, in the County of Bel
trami, in Said District, Bankrupts:
Notice is hereby given that on the
26th day of December A. D. 1912, the
above named Edward J. Gould and
Dana Gould, as individuals and as co
partners- as Ev J. Gould^ &' Son, were?
duly adjudicated bankrupts, and that
the first meeting of their creditors
will be held at the office of the under
signed referee in bankruptcy, in the
city of Crookston, in\ the county of
Polk in said' district on the 24th day
of January, A. D. 1913, at 10 o'clock"
in the forenoon, at which time said
creditors may attend, prove claims,
appoint a trustee, examine the bank
rupts and transact- such other busi
as may properly come before
said meeting. ~V*%.%t
Dated December 26, 1912^
scene of a pretty wedding Monday
evening at six p'olock when Miss
Julia Meyers- became the' bride of
Herman Everson, both of this city.
Miss Sunol Warninger was brides
maid -and C. C. Crippen attended the.
groom. Rev. S. E. P./White officiated
and the ring ceremony was used. The
bride wore a white satin gown
trimmed .with pearls and carried Am
erican Beauty roses. The rooms were
lighted with Japanese- lanterns and
candles, and decorated in white and
green, The following guests were
present: Mr. and ?M*s. Henry Miller,
Mr. and vMrs. ^Av* t*.^ Collard, Messrs.
B.^F. Joslia, C. C. Crippen, Ludvick
Low, Maurice Bentley, Fred Everson,
Misses Sunol. Warninger, Jennie Dit
ty* Anna Teuton, Pearl Collard, Mae
Collard, Peggy Heiser, Lucille Heath
cote, and Emma La Page. A wedding
dinner was served after the cere-
mony.' .The tables were decorated
with white carnations and ferns. The.
bride and groom were presented with
a large number presents.
The schools opened last week for
the winter^term. The attendance is
quite good considering the cold
weather of the past Week. Miss Lu
cille Clark of Bemidji, has been se
cured to complete the term in the
Aidrich school, which was left vacant
by the resignation of Miss Back.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Aidrich, both of
whom have been on the sick list dur
ing the past two weeks, are improv
Mrs. J. McMann is just recovering
from a slight illness.
Arthur West is laid up with the
A meeting of the Eckles Co-opera
tive Store association was held last
week. Plans were made for building
a 16x24 addition to the store build
ing to hold the increasing stock of
goods. Arrangements were made for
the handling of all kinds of green
and dry wood. It was also decided
to look up a potato market for the
convenience of the farmers, who still
have many bushels of potatoes stored
away in their cellars
The Farmers' club did not meet
this month on account of the cold
weather. Next month's meeting will
probably be held at the store.
Miss Francis Bowers, who is teach
ing at Inez, was at home for her
Christmas vacation, returning to her
duties this week.
At a recent meeting of the Tele
phone association a set of "Rules and
Regulations'" was drawn up.
OLE J. VAULE,
_*1. Referee in Bankruptcy
P. J. Russell, Esq. --1-*-.
'fv* Bemidji, Minn. !'grX'i^. J^:
Attorney for Petitioners.
croaw nr TO BATS
Tour druggist will refund money if
PAZO OINTMENT fails to
of Itching:, Blind, Bleeding1
Piles In 6 to 14 days. 50c.
William C, Klein
Rentals, Bends, Real Estate
First Mortgage Loans
on City and Farm
0 and 6, OH.ary-B*wsr Blejg.
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"The Affair at Ray nor*9" (Edison)
Your Triumph Potatoes
r^and will| pay you top notch
prices. We. are also buying
other varieties. Don't forget us
on seeds and implements.
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,1 oration with "The "Ladies' Home Journal." This number is tenser
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"That's What I Call a Good Time"
E. A. Currey
"The Country School Teacher*' (Lubin)
D. V. M.
A comedy-drama that is a hummer featuring those two great Lubin
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