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LOUD HAS A BILL
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acts as have occurred within the city
during the past few months. Had a
law of this nature been in effect I
You'll get yorsMssif
Choice of any Silk Waist in the store
at exactly 1-2 Price.
and Girls' Coats
We still have a very good assortment
of winter Coats these we offer at 1-2
One Lot of Ladies' Wool Challie
Dresses, $11.50 and $12.50 fJO A O
values, choice.... fViW
Choice of any Ladies' Suit in the
store at 1-2 Price.
Many of the Spring Goods are here
Dress Goods, Silks, Ginghams, White
Two men's black Kersey
$22.50 garments, sizes 36
and 39, price
One man's black kersey coat,
garment, size 37,
One man's $25 grey mixed
coat, size 38,price...
One grey mixed $20 coat,
size 38, price
Two grey mixed $16 50 q*44 |j||
coats, sizes 34 and 36,price w**OU
Two dark grey $16.50 coats 44 Cft
sizes 35 and 37, price ....^5HJ
One dark brown $20 coat,
size 37, price.
One lot of 5 coats, values
to $25, choice each
One boys' brown $20 coat,
size 32, price
Two boys' $15 grey coats,
sizeses 33 and 35, price
believe that the shooting of Saturday
night might not have occurred, nor
the death of Deputy Helmer and his
assailant. In the mining districts of
the state several deaths occur weekly,
which would, I believe not have oc
cured with such a law.
an early order. Every day adds
to the already unprecedented de
mand for Ford cars. In spite of
the greatly enlarged production^
late buyers are almost sure to be
disappointed, fiet yours today.
"Everybody is driving a Ford"more thin 200,-
000 in service. New pricesrunabout $525
touring car $600town car $800with all equip
ment, f. o. b. Detroit. Get particulars from
Northern Auto Co., Phone 74, or from Detroit
of Winte Good
Ou January Sale left many odds and ends in
choice Winter Merchandise. The Spring Goods
need the room they occupy. We are willing
to take a loss to gain room.
All men's caps, $1, $1.25 and
$1.50 values, now
Wen's Winter Shoes
One lot of men's pneumatic sole shoes,
leather lined, rubber heel, $5 and $6
values to close at a
Men's $3 felt shoesnow..*..........$2.l9
Men's $1.75 felt shoes now $1.30
Men's $1.50 felt shoes now.........$1.19
BARGAINS IN THE BASEMENT
K. P. &EEHNG. 1-
The K. P. lodge and Pythian Sla
ters will hold a social meeting in the
Elks* hall thiB evening.
OLDEST PRIEST IS DEAD.
Rev. Father Wm. Roy of Black
duck died Saturday in that village at
the age of seventy-six years. Father
Roy was the oldest priest in the
diocese of Crookston and his death
was a surprise to many as his condi
tion was riot considered serioua un
til shortly before the end. Tihe re
mains were shipped to Bemidji Mon
day and remained in state until three
o'clock when they were transfered to
the Great Northern depot..
The body was taken to Crookston
on the afternoon train where inter
ment was made today in Oakdale
cemetery in the special lots for
prlestB. Funeral services were held
from the new cathedral which was
opened for services for the first time
on Sunday.- Father Roy's funeral
was the first one to be held in the
Cathedral. Rev. J. J. T. Philippe
accompanied the remains to Crooks
ton and attended the funeral.
After two preliminary "meetings of
farmers around "Saum, it was decided
to have a social gathering at Sauna's
new schoolhouse on Sunday afternoon
February 9 and everybody interested
is invited 0 attend. Ladies will
bring something for lunch and the
men folks will furnish coffee,
The "Red Lake Peninsula Farmers
One $25 Jap mink muff.........SI 8.50
One $22.50 Jap mink muff $ 16.60
One $18.50 natural fox muff.. $12.60
One $22.50 gray wolf muff $16.60
One $25 black wolf muff $ 18.60
One $25 Jap mink collar $ 16.60
One $20 gray wolf collar $14.60
One natural fox $20 collar $14.60
One black wolf $20 collar $ 14.60
One long fox scarf, a $25 fur for$lO.OO
All of our lower grade furs are great
ly reduced in price.
One ladies' $37.50 Astra- fcO A
chan coat, size 40, now... V**y-
One ladies' River Mink, CAQ Kf
$65 coat, size 36, now......^^w.OU Sweaters
One lot of ladies' wool sweaters, val
ues $5 to$10, but mostly
$5 garments, choice.
Men's blue silk mixed shirts and draw
ers, regular price, $5 a suit 4
now, a suit...... v........ ,^5w
Mens jwhite iilMmixed underwear,
regular price $6 a suit, now dj eft
Men's heavy tan wool underwear regu
lar price $4 a suit, now,,,-, .*jj MJE
Men's low overshoes $1.19
Men's one buckle overshoes. $1.39
Men's four buckle overshoes $2.49
Boys' one buckle overshoes $1.19
Youth's one buckle overshoes 98c
Men's 7-in. leather top rubbers $2.29
Men's 10-inch leather top rubbers $2.59
Men's 16-in. leather top rubbers...$2.95
Men's low ribbed rubbers... $1.79
Boys' leather top rubbers $2.15
Youth's leather tops........ $1.39
Man's Sheep Socks
i 1M i
One lot of men's heavy shirts and
drawers, $1 and $1.25 values, 70*
now each...../... (96
One lot of men's heavy wool overshirts,
$1.50 values now 4
Boys^and girls", Pocahontas mocca
sins, sizes 12 to 1, $1.59 2 to 5, $1.79.
clulj/^wtth-twent^-WieiDiinberfi'up- to-date, Is the latest organlation here.
It going to take up several very
important queat^ona ok which we
will mention oc*operatlve cxea&V
The social side will not be forgot
ten. We expect to have some good
speakers come here and talk about
practical issues of the day.
"Rev, T. S. Kolste of Bemidji, con
ducted Norwegian Lutheran services
in the school house Sunday.
Wm. Gallagher and his' mother
drove to Bemidji last Thursday.
Henniqg Kirkwold transacted, bus
iness In Bemidji Wednesday.
Tom Miller expects to move into
the new -hotel In a few days.,
Chas. Lindgren is on the sick list
Mr. and Mrs. Klinger attended the
marriage of their daughter at Be
midji last Tuesday.
Halvor Stai .and Clara Brunn were
Bemidji callers Wednesday*:
Mr. and Mra. Steve Nelson went to
George Sthol transacted business
in Bemidji Friday.
The Pinewood Aid society will
meet with Mrs. Sthol Thursday, Feb.
13 instead of this week Thursday..
J. Horsman and D. Ousley of Aure,
were pleasant callers in Pinewood,
Miss Clara Brunn, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Iver Brunn of Buzzle ,and
Halvor Stai, of Aure, were married
by Reverend, Lockrum Saturday,
Feb. 1. A large reception and dance
was given them in From hall Satur
Miss Bell Horton was a Bemidji
A. Johnson came up from Be
midji last Sunday morning.
Johnson went to Mlzpah Monday
Dave" Colburn of Kitlchl, came up
to Turtle River Monday. Dave has
a homestead on Kittchi lake.
Miss Lizzie Rinnie of Parley, was
a Turtle River visitor last Thursday.
ST, AHTH01Y HOSMTAL
Frank Osborn.'a GemmelL business
man, is confined" in St. Anthony's
hospital with blood poisoning.
Verna Winker, the two-year-old
daughter of A. H. Winker, is In the
hospital here with convulsions.
Mrs. Henry Logan of Grand Rap
ids underwent a serious operation
here yesterday and is reported to ie
Mrs. Pred Petri underwent an op
eration here yesterdays
Alic Hanson of Mlzpah was taken
to the hospital with a compound frac
ture of the leg yesterday.
Mrs. Edward Prebble will undergo
an operation after a few days treat
ment in the hospital here.
Adolph Morltz of Nebish, was tak
en to the hospital yesterday with a
serious attack of pneumonia.
Helen Burke, the two-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Burke, was taken to the hospital
for treatment this morning.
Carl Haagenson came down from
Nebish to attend the dance Saturday
Nick Nelson returned from Federal
The many friends of Martin
Thompson will be glad to hear he
is improving ahd will soon be able to
be about again.
Chas. Johnson was a Sunday- visi-
Mr. and Mrs. L. Higglns of Obine,
were visitors of Nebish Monday.
When you come to Nebish don't
forget to visit our new barber who
started business last week.
Miss Vaatvelt, the Hay Greek
school teacher,, has changed her
boarding place to the city hotel.
J. Anderson, the Page ft Hilt cook,
went to Bemidji Saturday to have
some dental work done*
A. P. Reeves, a Nebish farmer who
has been working at Lepper brothers
camp, went to the hospital .Tuesday
A. Edwards, a Nebish farmer, "was
in town on business Monday.
An organ was bought for the Pete
Sunday, or the Little North
school, as $66.60 was, taken in at the
basket social. A crowd from Ten
strike, Puposky, and Nebish. There
was a big crowd for such a little
school house. Everybody reported a
Otto Smyth* and. Carl Hogen&m,
who are employed at Page ft Hill
camp, attended the wedding dance at
Aure Saturday night.
On account of the anticipated need
of the Crookston warehouse, E. M.
Tschoepe will begin building at once
and expects to be In his now store-by
the first of .March.
The stage driver wbo carrier the
mail from Nebish to Island Lake is
very- pleased,, that the government
has granted him. a permit to change
time so he gets home for supper.
WAITEDAt once a _, competent
cobk for eight to ten persons. Con
veniences, steady, position with, ad
vancement to right party.
STANDARD Of T|pj| WORLD
Progress.' This in a word is "The Story of
the Cadillac." Since the inception of thein
dustry the Cadillac has become increasingly the
criterion of excellence in practical construction,
Each year the public looks to'the Cadillac for
that which represents the real progress in the
development of the motor car not for fads, nor
for features whose value ends in their utility as
"talking points not features which are here
today and gone tomorrow but features which
t**,*." arepractical and features which mark real and
I substantial advancement.
NORTHERN AUT O CO
The Pioneor Want Ads
OASH WITH OOPY
Regular charge rate 1 cettt 'per iiiri per lneertion. No ad taken for
less than IB centa Phone 31
rr HOW THOSE WAIST ADS
O THE BUSIJNBSS
The Pioneer goes everywhere go that everyone has a neighbor who
takes it and people who do not take the paper generally read their
neighbor's so your want ad gets to them all.
ft Cent a Word Is AH It Costs
experiences, ajge, etc. Address
Superintendent Red Lake Agency.
WAJJTEa^Good driving team,
Weight Jiot less than 1,050 pounds
each. Address Indian Agency, Red
WANTEDCook at Lake Shore.
FOR SALETypewriter ribbons for
every ntako of typewriter on the
market at 60 cents and 75 cents
each. Every ribbon sold for 75
cents guaranteed. Phone orders
promptly filled. Mail orders given
the same careful attention as when
you appear person Phone 31.
The Bemidji Pioneer Office Supply
FOR SALEThe Bemidji lead pencil
(the best nickel pencil in the
world, at Netser's, Barker's, a. C.
Rood's. McCuaig's, Omich's, Roe ft
Markusen'S, and the Pioneer Office
Supply'Store at 5'cents each' and
50 eents a d6sen.
FOR SALE-^Small fonts of type, sev
eral different points and in first
class condition. Call or write this
office for proofs. Address Bemidji
.Pioneer, Bemidji, Mian.
FOR SALJ2A ten-acre tract within
"city Unfits, corner Fourteenth
street and Norton avenue. Address
B. F. Joslyn, eity.
P0R SALERubber stamps. The
Pioneer will procure any kind, of
jrubber stamp for you on short no
FOR SALE Sixteen inch seasoned
jack pine, and tamarack wood.J.
E. Swanson, Phone 684-7, Farm.
FOR SALErDry poplar wood at
j$a.0o per cord delivered. Inquire
Nicollet hotel, &
FOR SALEHay meadow. Six miles
from town. Falls A,Cameron,
phone 374. J"
FOR SAi^Five-room bungalow,
1207 Minnesota-avenue. Phone 526
FOR SALEFive mili cows.. In
quire T.#. Brennan, Wilton.
FOR RENTModern ten room house,
.heating plant, hot water, hath and
toilet rooms. Phone~$5.
House for rent.Inquire 404 Min
FOR RENTSix room cottage, phone
ADVERTISERSTtie great sUte of
North Dakota offers unlimited op
portunities for business to classi
fied advertisers. The recognised
advertising-medium in the Fargo
Dally and Sunday Courier-News,
the only seven-day paper in the
state and the paper which carries
amount of classified
^advertising.' The Courier-News
covers North Dakota like a blank
t'etr reaching all parts of the state
the day of publication It is the
paper to use a order to get re
.suits rates one cent per word first
^insertion, one-half cent per word
2 succeeding insertions fifty cents
'per line per.month. Address the
Courier-Hews, Fargo, N. D.
WANTED100 merchants in North
Minnesota to sell "The Bemid-
,ji" lead pencil. Will carry name
of every merchant in advertising
columns of Pioneer in order that
-all receive advantage of advertis
ing. For wholesale prices write
or phone the Bemidji Pioneer Of
fice Supply: Co. Phone 31. Be
WANTEDTo' buy gasoline boat
Muat be in good condition and
theap Apply'406, Minnesota ave
BOUGHT AND SOLDSecond hand
furniture. Odd Fellow's building,
across from postoffice. phone 129
WANTEDPosition by stenograph
er. Inquire "Z", Pioneer office.
WANTED-^Position in office! In^
quire Plotwer office.
Subscribe for The Pioneer
LODGEDOM Of BXMXBJL
A- O, W. W.
t77. Regular, meethif
nifhUflrt and third
Monday, at i 'eleeb.
at odd syuom a*M
B. v. o.
Bemjdjl Lodge No. tail.
Resular meeting nlchte
first and third Thoradav*
Beltrami Ave., and rata
every second and fourth
Sunday evening, at I
o'clock in basement off
Meeting nights every
Mcqnd and, fourth Meevdey
Tenioc. t odd Vwimi
Regular meitlwg Blgals
eve*r lot and tad Wednes
day evening at 'eleek.
Eagles halL ---it -.ii--
and third Saturday after.
noons, at t:f at Odd 1W-
lows Halls, 0 3 Mtraari
x. o. o.
Bemidji Ledge Ne. Ut
Regular mooring sights
"-every Friday, I e*elec%
at Odd FoUowo Hall.
a 6. F. Oamn Ko...#.-
Regular mooting ovory ooooSS
and fourth Wednesdays .at
o'clock at Odd Fellows Haiti
Rebeeoa Ledge. Regulor
meeting nights nrt and
third Wodnosdey at iroloc^.
1. O. O. F. HalL
Bemidji Lodge No_ it*.
Regular meeting nlghta-_z.
ery Tuesday evemtng at I
o'clockat the fJagtoe* Bhcll.
^Regular meeting itghi
last Wodneoday ToaJai
In each month,
A. F. dt A. M^ BoisVidlL
ttu Regular msotlij
night* drat and third
wedneodaya, 8 o'eloek^HKt
Masonic -HalL Beltraati
Ave., and Fifth St.
Bemidji Chaptor No. It.
R. A. M. Stotod ooaTooattesjo
-j-flrot and third Mondays.
o'clock p. m.at lfssisji
Hail Zeltraml Are., an* Fifth
K. T..8tate condava
and fourth Fridays, I o'clockmm^w
p. m.at Masonic Temple, Bel
traml Ave., and Fifth1-fJt,
O. m. s. Chapter No, ltl.
Regular meeting nights
rsr and third Fridays,
o'clock at ItasoeJoHalL
.Beltrami Ave., and Fifth
st: JRooseVelt, Ne, t%|
Recular mooting nlglBtt
Thursday evertags at
o'clock la Odd FoUewo
Bemidji Camp No. ffLji.
Regular meeting nlghii
first and third Tuesdays at
S o'clock at Odd Follows
HalL Beltrami Ave.
iOBfisT Rea-iaar meeting
the flrft and third Thi
In the I. O. O. F. Hall at
0BTB) OF MMMMJkMm
SuadeV 'afternoon of
month at Tr]
Meetings the ftrst Friday
evening of the msnUi at
the home of Mrs. & F.
dehaaldt, see Third
Wh Sell Hl-W
Here they are all in a row. They
sell it because It's the best niebel
pencil on the market today and
will be for many days to come.
The Bemidji Pcil
stands alone in the |ftve| rceat
world. It is soid on your money
bdek basis. A store oa
''v street and.in surrounding dtiea.
Hera They Are:
Bmrk'* Drsajr SMM *c-
W. 0 Sobrom^mr
I O. O. Rood e\ OOm
J. P. Omloh'm Olmm
F. Bm Tromommm ft Oo
Retailers will receive
shipments in gross (more or less) oy
ealiing Phone 31. or .nddssssini, tfce
Bemidji Wonew Supply Store, BMBMK.