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FRIDAY, AUGUST l,vl0ts
LEST WE FORGET
Phone Society news to society edi
tor, phone No. 31.
T. A. McCann is in Minneapolis
today on business.
George Kline of Turtle River spent
yesterday in Bemidji.
G. H. Warner of Brainerd is trans
acting business in Bemidji.
Mrs. Emma Hallett was an Inter
national visitor Wednesday.
Go-carts retlrea at ttte second hand
N. E. Henderson of Bena is a busi
ness caller in Bemidji today.
Paul B. Hegstad of Crookston is
spending the day in the city.
W. P. Dickens of Red Lake Agency
is in' the city today on business.
T. J. Harron of Wadena is trans
acting business in Bemidji today.
17 pounds granulated sugar $1.00
at Schmitts Grocery.Adv.
C. E. R. Parsons of Medicine Hat
was a Bemidji visitor yesterday.
Rev. A. Linder of Eagle Bend was
in the city on business Wednesday.
Charles Durand of Puposky trans
acted business in Bemidji yesterday.
Mrs. A. C. Hannah of Leonard is
in the city today visiting with rela
Go-carts repaired at the second
F. E. Peters and family of Inter
national Falls are spending a short
time in the city.
Mrs. O. H. Manaugh has as her i
guest Mrs. G. T. Wagner and daugh
ter Bernice of Duluth.
Wellington Grimoldby of Edmon-'
ton, Canada, is the guest of his sis-1
ter Mrs. Harry Mooney.
O. Bolstad and family of North
wood, North Dakota, are spending a
short vacation in Bemidji.
One of these nice aays you ought to
go to Hakkerups and have your pic-'
Miss'Margaret Hainert of Minnea
polis is a guest at the Cochran cot
tage at Bemidji Beach.
Judge C. W. Stanton, Dr. C. R. San
born and Lee LaBaw returned this
morning from Kelliher..
Miss Jennie Newton returned
Thursday after a visit with friends
at Grand Forks and Warren.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Raub of
Baettesville, Oklahoma, are spend
ing their vacation in Bemidji.
Meet me in Dreamland Saturday
Wm. Walker left this morning for
Brainerd where he will remain for
a short time as the guest of friends.
Miss Marie Klein left this morning:
for Brainerd, Minnesota, where she
will visit friends for the next ten
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Sanborn, who]
have been the guests of their Son Dr.
C. R. Sanborn, returned to their
Lude BerbUd and wife of Bemidji
passed through here Tuesday morning
Hamburg & Gallon & Go.
Hoop rollers and Devilstick-
Bonnie and Hazel Mann
Singing, Talking and Dancing
The Evil Genius
A powerful dramatic feature in two
3000 Feet of of Pooto Play
Music by Brinkman Orchestra
Change of Pictures
Show Starts 7:10
Admission 10 and 25 cents
on thejr .way^. to.HQsakIs visit
Mrs. Joe McTaggart and //sons
Harvey and Charles returned from
Funkley yesterday where they were
guests at the Robert Shaw home.
Our next. Sunday special will be i^*s v. 7
lecting of the dairy herd. In order
fresh Peach and Carmel Nut ice
cream. Forty cents per brick/ The'~e v. ie.aevm
n i ryr.
Model. Phone 125.Adv.
Miss Myrtle Ditty returned to her
home in Minneapolis this morning
after spending the past two weeks
in Bemidji as the guest of relatives.
Miss Arvilla Kenfield and Flo
rence Daniels left last evening for
Cass Lake where they will
for a short time as the guests of
Just a few more or those grand
evening excursions around the lake.
Beat leaves 7:30.Adv.
have come to Ponemah, where
the doctor will practice medicine. He
is in charge of the school children at
the Cross Lake school.
Dr. and Mrs. Linton of New York
Mr. and Mrs Ruby McClure of Des
Moines, Iowa arrived in the city
Wednesday and are guests at the J.!
C. Woodmansee and R. C. Hayner
homes for a week or ten days.
Miss Mabelle Kittleson left last
evening for an extended trip to Man
kato, Minneapolis and other points
where she will remain indefinitely as
the guest of
W do all kinds tir vulcaniz
ing by modern methods. Bring your
work to us. Shop at rear of Pioneer.
Anderson and Knopke. Gene Holmes,
Mrs. T. J. Blair and daughter
Bertha will leave tonight for Ash
land, Wisconsin where they will re
main for the next ten days on a
combined business and pleasure trip.
R. G. Stewart of Grant Forks, T.
G. Rowin, Government detectives
and William Hughes, postoffice in
spector left this morning for various
points after three days visit in the
city on business.
Miss Alice Stinchfield of Rochest
er, Minnesota, who is the guest of
her sister Mrs. M. J. Brown, went to
Walker today where she will visit
friends for a couple of days before
returning to Bemidji.
Elmer Anderson and "Fuzz" John
son returned to Bemidji- yesterday
morning where they were employed
for two days in the lumber camps
near that village. Lester Achenbach
remained in the camps as cookee.
The man without a home, the ship
without a harbor, are examples of
misguided calculations. Make your
banking home with the Northern Na
tional Bank while you are earning
money and i* your old age you can
live confortably on the income from
Miss Jessamine Gould returned to
Bemidji yesterday morning from
Sparta, Minnesota, and will remain
in the city until school commences.
Miss Gould has accepted a position
to teach at Warren for the coming
Miss Donna Fitch of Newman
Grove, Nebraska, and Miss Dorothy
Roberts of Arlington, the same stateA
who have been guests at the Wood-]
mansee and Hayner homes for sev-,
Brainerd, where they have been
guests of Marearet
guests or Margare Edit
and who also was also a guest of Miss
A bunch of young people just,
returned from picking blue berries
C. Stanley Knott returned to Be
midji after spending a few days at
Charles Haycraft came up from
Bemidji last evening.
I Miss Margaret Condon returned to
WEEKS FARM NOTES
By Buefprd M. Gile, Bemidji High
The rush or haying and harvest
ing i liable to result in
in yiel shoultuto done autmregulad hours-.milk
lit Where pastures are short would
froimn which theand
cows are sup-
excellent cheap food
i High School farm has
'some small patches of the various
Mrs. R. F. Murphy and son Ray-'forage crops and. all are invited to
mond went to St. Paul Thursday, come and see which ones are doing the
where they will spend a week or ten best. Come and see our patch of Ka-
days a the guests of relatives and fir corn and next year you will want
to plant an acre.
Plenty of shade and pure drinking
water, darkened stables and regular
i of acre^and some supplementary
(feed will do much to increase the
milk flow. Mr. W. G. Schroeder keeps
his bull and calves in a box stall dur
ing the day time and turns them out
in a small paddock at night, This is
excellent practice as it takes a great
deal of feed to furnish energy for
10 .,H~ m..
ifighting flies and it does not pay..
It is not to late to build your silo if
you begin immediately. mos
out of your cornifecrop. Remember the
winteirl dairying brings bieg returns.
acr of cara
st utin S
of your farm
root cellar to feed this winter. If you
Sunday School Teacheresa Graduate00tto
The following program will be
rendered at the graduation exercis
es of the Teachers' Training class of
the Presbyterian Sunday school to
night in the church:
Scripture and Prayer, Rev. Charles
Organ Solo, Selected, Mrs. A. A.
Address, Rev S. E. P. White.
Music, Male Quartette, Messrs.
Warfield, Hannah, Given and Bush
Presentation of Diplomas, Rev. C.
H. Flesher, Sunday school Superin
tendent Beltrami county.
Benediction, Rev. Charles Chand
The class name is "Ammiel Teach
er Training Class." Class motto,
'"Search the Scripture," John 5: 37.
Class colors, ''Yellow and white."
Class Flower "Goldenrod."
Notice To Contractors
Bids will be received by the board
of directors of School District No. 47.
Hubbard Co. Minn., for plastering
the basement of school house and in
Specifications may be seen at the
office of the clerk.
Bids to be opened Aug. 9 th at i
P. M. Board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
C. E. HEDMAN, Dist. Clerk.
Order Your Berries
Telephone for fresh raspberries
and currants every morning brought
to your door fresh from the garden.
A. T. Wheelock. Phone 764.Adv.
WILL NOT ASK MORE MARGIN
eral Weeks part,-will leave .tonight! circulation for1Nationacletot
for^ their respective homes.
visiting at the Knott home last week.! end of twentyh yearsh
Mr. and Mrs. I G. Haycraft, who
have been spending a few days at
this place returned to their home in
Mr. Floyd Madson and Reuben
Gerllnger were Bemidji visitors Wed
Mr. Ario Achenbaoh returned to his
home in Bemidji last Monday after
spending a few days with Floyd
I frbrothy Carson and Lucene Mc-' Adoo emphatically declaredcirculation- the treag
Cuaig, returned last evening from
Mills, who accompanied them there officialsh ofe the treasur department
Stoner, stopped off at Walker for a etated that the provisions of the cur-
few days' visit. rency bill for the retirement of the
bond secured currency originally was
drawn in accordance with the recom
mendations of a committee of the
SPUR. American Bankers' association and
+c. later was amended so that all of the
outstanding 2 per cents would be re-
Mrs. Hendnxson and mother were
her home in Bemidji Monday after i made some time back that Great Brit-
visiting a week end with Nettle-And ian had decided ie participate in th*
'Rachel Gerlinger. exposition.
nteres at the
NO EXPLANATION IS GIVEN
Great Britain Declines to Participate
in Frisco Fair.
London, Aug. 1.Great Britain has
decided against participation in the
Panama-Pacific exposition at San
Francisco in 1915.
Notification of this determination of
the British government was conveyed
thist week, the dispatch merel Statin tha
Great Britain was not in a position to
participate in the San Francisco ex
position. No reasons were given.
Both the British foreign office and
Walter Hines Page, the United States
ambassador here, declined to discuss
the matter or to reveal the cause of
this reversal of the announcement
PICTURES DELUXE -v.
"The Ranch Girl's Partner"
(*BAnay) A splendid western
dramatic subject in which love con
quers overwhelming odds.
"Longing For a Mother"
(Lubln) A very pretty story of
an imaginative boy.
''Dreams, Just Dreams"
..v C. J. Woodmansee
"Bunny's Birthday Surprise"
(Vltmgraph) A very amusing
comedy with John Bunny and Flora
The Grand Theatre will
be open Saturday and
MRS. M. DRUMM0ND.
English Courts Rule Against
Her and Tax Trust Fund.
MILLIONS TO EDUCATE THREE
Schooling of Marshall Field's Grand
children Costs Fortune.
London, Aug. 1.The British gov
ernment believes that the cost of edu^
eating in England, Marshall, Henry
and (Gwendolyn Field, the three grand
children of the late Marshall Field,
amounts to $1,000,000 a year, accord
ing to a court decision.
Mrs. Maldwin Drummond, mother of
the three children, when called upon
to state the amount she is receiving
from the Field estate for the educa
tion of the children, refused and the
income tax department assessed her
about $30,000, which is the' tax on
$1,000,000. She fought the tax, but
the courts decided against her. She
has taken an appeal.
AT MOTOR RACES
Machine Jumps Track and Goes
Through Guard Rail,
Cincinnati, Aug. 1.Two deaths ot
Injured increased to seven the toll of
fatalities resulting from a motorcycle
accident at the motordrome of Lud
low Lagoon, a summer resort, opposite
Cincinnati. The dead are Odin John
eon, Salt Lake City Charles Davis,
Ludlow, Ky. Sam Andrews, Cinci*
nati Miss Ethel Buchtman, Coving
ton, Ky James Carter, Cincinnati^
Mrs. William Michaels, Cincinnati
William Patterson, Cincinnati.
A machine being ridden in a race
under the auspices of the American
League of Motorcycle Clubs, which
also has tracks in Cleveland, Detroit,
Chicago and St. Louis, became uncon
trollable when a L.e burst and ran ofT
the track into a section of the stand
occupied by spectators.
Those killed were a motorcycle
rider, a man, two children and two
women. Twenty spectators were
burned by gasoline when 'the motor
cycle tank exploded. Some *of them
Odin Johnson, the rider, tried to
make a new 25-mile'record. The pres
ent record is 31 minutes. Five thou
sand men, women anl children were
oi top of the saucer to see it done.
"Johnson had tdld his wife the present
record would be broken and he would
be the man to break it. Mrs. Johnson
sat in the front row and saw him go
to his death.
1 qt. Freezer
2 qt. Freezer
3 qt. Freezer
4 qt. Freezer
CROOKSTON LUMBER COMPANY
Kelliher, Minn, want men for
work in logging camps. Wages
$35.00 to $40.00 permonth. Long
WANTEDCompetent girl for gener
al housework. Mrs. A. A. Lord,
903 Beltrami avenue.
WANTEDEnergetic ypung unan,
must be neat appearing. Also boy.
Model Mfg. Co.
WANTGirl for General housework.
Good wages. Apply to Mrs. F. G.
WANTEDWoman Cook also dish
washer at the "Jester Farm''
WANTEDCook and waitress at
Erickson hotel, 310 American ave
FOR SALEBetween now and Sept.
first Household goods for a 5 room
cottage these goods are worth
between $'250.00 and $300.00 dol
lars will sell for $150.00 all are as
good as new. Rugs, beds, tables,
stoves, sewing machine, dressers
everything in kitchen stuff even
dishes. 504 Minnesota avenue A.
F. Carson. Will also sell cot
tage on payment of few hundred
dollars cash and balance on month
ly payments same as rent.
FOR SALE160 acres 'good farm
land, clay soil, hardwood timber,
Birch, Oak and Maple, 10 acres
under cultivation, a fine spring of
good pure water on th land,
miles from railroad station. This
land is worth $20 per acre will
sell for $13. Half cash, balance
three years at 6 per cent interest.
Address Bemidji Pioneer, Bemidji,
FOR SALETypewriter ribbons for
every make of typewriter on the
market at 50 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 in person. Phone 31.
The Bemidji Pioneer Office Supply
To reduce our stock of this season's
hardware we are offering discount prices
You can buy one of our splendid Invin
cible Refrigerators at 10 per cent be
low regular prices.
Regular price Discount price
No. 1 Refrigerator $27.50 $24. 85
Ho. 2 Refrigerator $30.00 27. 00
You can also save 10 per cent by buy
ing a White Mountain Ice Cream
Regular price Discount price
20 per cent off on all Croquet Sets, and
we have some good ones.
Regular price Discount price
2 sets $1.00 $ .8 0
2 sets $1.75 1.40
4 sets $3.00 2.4 0
2 sets $4.00 3.2 0
GIVEN HARDWARE CO.
YOUR MONEY BACK IF YOU WANT IT
316-318 Minnesota Ave. BEMIDJI, MINN. Phone 5 7
$2.50 $3.00 $4.00
A saving of 20 per cent on good servic
Regular price Discount price
1 Hammock $1.75 $1.4 0
1 Hammock $2.75 2.20
2 Hammocks $3.75 3.00
2 Hammocks $4.00. 2.20
2.25 2.70 3.60
FOR SALEResidence Lot 10 block
3 second addition to Bemidji Price
$1700. aEsy terms. For further in
formation write Bagley Bldg &
Loan Assn. Bagley, Minn.
b'OR SALESmall fonts or type, sev
eral different points and in first
class condition. Call or write this
office for proofs. Address Bemidji
Pioneer, Bemidji, Minn.
FOR SALEGood size Invincible
refrigerator used only few months
cost $32.00 will sell for $15.00. A.1
E.Carlson, Variety store.
FOR SALERubner stamps.- The
Pioneer win procure any kind ot
rubber stamp for you on short no
FOR SALEGood horse. For work
er single, 1300 pounds. St. Hilaire
Retail Lumber Company.
FOR RENTSix room house and
fled advertisers. The recognized
tpilet, 315 America avenue. In
quire 311 America avenue.
FOR RENTFour rooms over Grand
Theatre partly modern. Phone 105.
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North Dakota offers unlimited op
portunities, for business to classi
advertising medium in the Fargo
Daily and Sunday Courier-News,
the only seven-day paper in th
state and the paper which carries
'the largest amount of classified
advertising. The Courier-New*
covers North Dakota like a blank
et reaching all parts of the state
the day of publication it is the
paper to use in order to get re
sults rates one, cent per word first
insertion, one-half cent per word
succeeding insertions fifty cents
per line per month. Address thf
Courier-News, Fargo, N. D.
BOUGHT AND SOLDSecond hand
furniture. Odd Fellow's building,
across from postoffice. phone 12*.
WANTEDTo buy or Rent modern
house centrally located or desirable
lot. Address Box 262.
WANTEDTo take care of two or
three small children. Mrs Duval.
WANTEDClean cotton rags at the
Pioneer office. No buttons.
WANTEDFresh milch cow H.
Brakke. Phone 698.