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WANTEDOffice girl. Dr.
WANTEDDishwasher. Lake "Shore
WANTEDGirl for general house
work. Telephone 483. llUtf
WANTEDLaundresg at Lake Julia
sanatorium. Apply Mra. Margaret
M. Neal, superintendent, Pupoeky,
WANTEDJanHor and furnace workT
Could handle two or three small
jobs. Phone B72-W. 6-1118
FOR SALEBoston bull puppies. 2
mouths old. 123 Miss. Ave. So.
FOR SALERange Apply Frank"
Koors. Phone t26. 118tf
FOR SALE87 acreage lailei west
oJf Bemidji, with house, barn and
good well dark soil, elay subsoil
10 acres field on state road. Price
$1,000 cash. J. Norling, 8128
23rd Ave. So., Minneapolis, Minn.
FOR SALE18-inch Round 0K
heater used 1 year. Burns coal
or wood. W. Z. Robinson. 5-1118
FOR SALEHouse at 1014 Beltrami
Ave. will sacrifice $1,000 if sold
in ten days. You should see this
place. This is the best bargain
in the city. Oscar Miner. Call at
FOR SALELarge Round Oak heat
er also range. Apply Frank
Koors. Phone 2G. UStf
FOR SALEGood big work horses
cheap as I have my season's work
about done. Tom Smart, Bemidji,
FOR TRADE-Buick roadster for
land. Inquire Dr. Johnson. 2-11 IS
FOR TRADENice farm land near
Hines and some cash for modern
residence in Bemidji. Address
"H." Pioneer. 1117tf
FOR RENT-Three unfurnished mod
ern rooms, newly decorated. 1009
Bemidji Avenue. Phone 575-W.
FOR RENTThree unfurnished mod
ern rooms, newly furnished. 1009
Bemidji avenue. Phone 575-W.
FOR RENTTwo furnished rooms.
Phone 747. 1113tf
FOR RENTFurnished room. Phone
FOR RENTFive-room house. A.
FOR RENTNine-room house in
Heffron's Addition, Bemidji. Ad
dress Gust Carlson or A. O. Akre's
store. Nymore. 6-1117
LOST AND FOUND.
LOSTWhite poodle. Return 422
Minn. Ave. for reward. 3-1118
LOSTPurs* containing $14.79 be
tween Fourth street and the cold
storage, Park avenue. Return to
Pioneer office for liberal reward.
ESTRAYHDFrom Mill Park, dark
red Durham bull, white star in
forehead, 214 years old. Please
notify M. N. Olson. Bemidji, Minn.
LOST 1,000 Mouvenir envelopes
marked Bemidji Auto Co. Probab
ly delivered elsewhere by mistake.
Call the Pionerr office, phone 922.
am In tho market for
Aides and turn.
Bring all you have to me where
you can depend on getting a
better price than elsewhere. I
also pay the highest price for
OOPPEft BRMMS RUBBERS
JROM mnd RAOM
I pay all freight on 100 pounds
Next to Northern Express Office
112 Third St. Phone 638
8 bars Lenox Soap
is one in which the mer
chanthimself has implicit
faithelse he will not ad
vertise it. You are safe in
patronizing the mer
chants whose ads appear
in thispaper because their
goods are up to date and
not shop worn.
WE SHOW FULL LINE OF THANKSGIVING NOVELTIES OF
ALL KINDS AT
LARGE SELECTIONS OF THANKSGIVING POST CARDS
One Cent Each.
We show Table Linens 48c, 58c, 98c and up
Lunch Clothes 98c to $2.98
Haviland China, French China, white and gold, and decorated
8 different patterns of open stock dinner ware..Select now one
piece or full one hundred piece set.
We Show Cut Class
Every new and full value item is found in our stock
48c, 98c and up
We show star cut glassware, tumblers, goblets, etc., and hand
FOR EARLY SHOWING OF
AND TOYSWE'RE NOW READY
6 bars Armour Toilet Soap 23c
$1.25 Warranted Axes 85c
BLUE OAK Axe Handles 25o
Pint size Lightning Egg Beater and Mixer, regular price 30c
75c 5-sewed BroomsSpecial 60c
Boys' Jersey Gloves 10c
For Every AADI CAM Variety
Need \*MIf l-0\JI1l Store Man
On Beltrami Ave. Phone 61 -J
in touch with
Ge in touch
with him over
BEMIDJ I DAIL PIONEE
Whufd'yih MiM-Chargi Low!
CAStY-THlS Ut SH!MP5rtWY
0 Af*& *SWeu.T6NNlS
Bell bojr wanted. Hotel Markham.
Miss Berthina Anderson of the
town of Frohn was the guest of
friends in the city yesterday.
Mrs. M. H. Sand of Inez, Minn., was
a between train visitor in the city
Elmer Alton of SwenBon Lake was
a business visitor in the city on
Marvin Krog had returned to Du
luth after a visit with relatives in
We Want Yon
to keep in mind the
fact that in addition to
printing this news
paper we do job work
of any kind. When
in need of anything
in this line be sure
To See Us
FRIDA and SATURDAY
November 17th and 18th
on the merits of these fine
Suits will in no way add to the worth of
them. You must see them to appreciate
what we are offering. So the sizes, prices
and color description will have to suffice.
If you can use a TAILORED SUIT, either
now or nearer to Spring, by all means attend this SALE. The entire
stock comprises some twenty garments and includes all the late Fall
models, which are really forerunners of the Spring Styles.
Don't Wait IfYou Need a Suit
WE TRY HARD NOT TO CARRY OVER ANY TAILORED SUITS, and
IF PRICE IS ANY OBJECT, ThE LAST BARRIER HAS BEEN TAKEN
AWAY. SATURDA WILL FIND THESE SUITS WITH NEW OWNERS.
The assortment in
Serge, Poplin and
Cheviot strictly high
class Tailored Suits,
I Apples has a bushel of Apples I
saved for you.
I. P. BATCHELDER f~T
General Merchandise 5
321 Minnesota Ave. Phono ISO-W BemlcUl, Minn. 2
READ THE DAILY PIONEER WART ADS,
Your Choice of Our
Ladies' Tailored Suits
At One Price of$19.50
worth $25, $27.50 to $35, in Russian Green, Navy, Nigger Brown, Plum
and Black, all to be closed out this week at one price. Sizes 16 to 42.
Felt Comf Slippers
Our line of Daniel Green Felt Comfy Slip
pers has just arrived and you would do well
to select now for Holiday Gift Giving. The
assortment is the best we have had and the
prices are as low as last season, having or
dered ours before the advance in wool felt.
All colors are represented in styles never