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London, March 14.The Brit
ia*. achieved a brilliant victory
Bagdad, according to fur
ther details announced in the
House- of Common* by A. Bonar
Law. He said he understood
that two-thirds of the enemy's
artillery was either captured or
thrown in the Tigris river.
London, March 14.Mostil is the
Ole Jacobson was a Bemidji visitor
Mrs. Joseph Tisdell, who has been
ill in St. Anthonys hospital, returned
John Erickson is hauling shim
bolts* to Walker spur.
P. Becker is hauling ties to Walker
pur for Richard Kelm.
Erie Fostonde has gone to Hat ton,
Ed Toatrude was a Wilton visitor
Ed Leitz who went to Minneapolis
not long ago for medical treatment
is now in Everett, Washington, the
guest -of his sister, Mrs1.
George Fuller of Bemidji has been
In town for the past few days. There
la quite a crew of men working at the
Mr. Woods, who has been living
On the Fuller farm for nearly a
year, has gone to Hibbing, where he
Will visit his father. Later he will
take up his abode in Duluth.
The Norwegian ladies' aid society
met at the home of Mrs. Gust Lovik,
There was a logging bee at the
home of George Pierce last Wednes
Mrs. H. P. Smith of Bemidji has
been visiting Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Goy
and Mrs. P. Becker for the past week.
Mrs. 8mith was born in Springfield,
Mo., and movedxfrom Lincoln Neb.,
to Beltrami county two years ago.
For a time Mr* Smith lived in Lib
erty. She is now anticipating a
permanent residence here in the near
The new library books for the
Deer Lake school have arrived. The
children enjoy the library books very
much and judging from appearances,'
"Ben Hurr" is very much in demand.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Coy were
guests at the farmer's club meeting
last Wednesday. Mr. Coy came from
Missouri about two months) ago to
visit his brother, Dr. J. L. Coy. He
is so pleased with thet place and the
people and the climate that he is
looking around for a place to locate
George Bess who hasibeen living on
the Hellig place since
went away Saturday.1
Bess decided that he wanted to dpend
a vacation next to nature's heart,
he took several trips to inspect the
country and finally decided that
Long Lake was an ideal place. Mr.
Bess has left, but intends to return
at an-early date and settle here per
Three school teachers graced the
farmers' club meeting with their
presence. They were the, Misses
Many Doctors UsoHiiianile-
So many sufferers have found relief
fa Musterole that you ought to buy a
small jar and try it
Just spread it on with the fingers. Rub
it m. First you feel msjentle glow, then
S delicious, cooling comfort Musterole
routs the twinges, loosens up stiffened
joints and muscles.
Musterole is a clean, white ointment,
made with oil of mustard, penetrates
to the seat of pain and drives it away,v
hot does not buster the tenderest skin.
It takes the place of the inussy, old
fashioned mustard plaster.
Musterole is recommended far-broo
chttis, croup, asthma, pleurisy, lumbago,
neuralgia, sprains, bruises, stiff neck,
headache and colds of the chest (it often
BRITISH CAPTURE HISTORIC CITY OF BAGDAD
next objective of General Maude's
men in Mesopotania. While details
of the occupation of the ancient city
of Bagdad are lacking the public is
awaiting a narrative showing the
capture of a large number of prison
ers and war material. Mesopoania
is now encircled by three forces of
the Entente troops, whose lines are
Military experts feel that the fall
of Bagdad id a tremendous blow at
Turkish prestige. The capture of the
city was also the final blow at Ber-
Me ws Franni ET^p@midliriitg
Jennie Dase, Alace Jacobson and
All roads led to the house of Coy
last Wednesday for 'twas there that
the Farmers' Club met. Notwith
standing the inclemency of the
weather, sixty-five people graced the
assemblage. From 11 to 1:30 a
sumptuous repast wast served. Then
followed a good old fashioned song.
At 2:30 the meeting was called to
order by the president, Dr. Coy, and
for the next two hours the members
buckled down to business. The next
meeting will be at the home of Rob
ert Stai. This club is scarce three
months old and has a membership
of twenty-four. From present indi
cations the membership will be
doubled very soon.
The Socialist local met at the
home of Louis Hanson Sunday after
noon. Arrangements were made for
W. E. Reynolds of Oklahoma to give
a lecture in April. Officers were
elected: Mrs. Fred Hayes, record
ing secretary Ole Jacobson, financial
secretary Louis* Hanson, treasurer,
were re-elected. Fred Hayes was
elected organizer. After the business
was over, a delicious repast was
served by Mrs. Hanson.
On Tuesday the town fathers met
at the home of Mickel Djonne, the
town clerk, to audit the books* and go
over the year's business.
Mrs. Bell of Willisca, Iowa, has
been visiting her son, Dr. J. L. Coy,
since Thanksgiving. She expects to
return to her home next week. Mrs.
Coy likes Liberty so well that she
is contemplating purchasing land
here, and it she does, Bhe will make
this her. permanent home.
Richard Kelm, George A Burr, H.
Thiel and Herman Fladhammer were
the new members of the Farmers'
Club at their meeting last Wednes
Several of the pupils of the Deer
Lake school were the guests of their
had a very delightful time for Mr.
Crapo is the host ideal where his
pupils are concerned. His) guests
were Misses Esther Hayes, Edith
Hayes, Ethel Spone, Gladies Dike,
Esther Dike, Masters. Edward. Dike,
Walter Pierce and Edward Pierce.
The sixth and seventh grades had
a party in the school house last Fri
day evening each pupil invited one
pupil from the other rooms.
The pupils of the school were sur
.prised by another fire drill Friday
The second' and third grades* are
dramatizing, "The Bird's Nest", for
The visitors at the literary society,
Friday were, Mesdames Bone, SRrleT
Brasil Thompson has left school
and moved away with his parents.
Excluding those who have at
tended only temporarily, the enroll
ment of the etehool is now one
hundred and seventy pupils. This
is, we believe, the largest enrollment
in the school's history.
All the teachers and pupils had
their- pictures taken Tuesday after
noon by Mr. Synnee of Gonvik,. a
Carl Thorpe is a new pupil in the
Ernes* Gunderson was absent from
Chris ThoTson had the misfortune
to lose a horse last Saturday.
The Nelson young folks visited at
the John A. Johnston home last Sun
Louie Wigner made a business trip
to Nebish last Saturday.
Gust Berg and family spent Sun
day at the home of his brother, Math.
The Thorland, Pederson and Hayes
families were Sunday visitors at T.
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in HMEDJI SAILT
lin's ambition of a railway from Ger
many to Asia.
The ball of Bagdad, the city of his
tory from Biblical times, was a se
rious blow to the Germans who had
hoped to save the city from the
British but were unable to reach
the city to aid in its defense. The
Turks are in full retreat and in
evacuating the city many prisoners
were taken by the British, also large
quantities of munitions, guns, etc.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Conat are the
proud possessors of a new daughter,
born March 7.
A. C. Wilcox returned to Iowa
where he has spent the past two
years. Mr. Wilcox rented only a part
of his farm.
Richard Anderson of Vanscon,
Canada, who has spent the past
month with his son, Ross, of this
place, left for Glasgow, Mont., Sat
F. E. Anderson was the guest of
his daughter, Mrs. Earl Huggett,
at dinner Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank -Anderson
were entertained at supper by Mrs.
Anderson's mother, Mrs. John Noel,
Mr. and Mrs. Huggett and Mrs.
Williams and daughters, Gertrude
and Blanche, were entertained by
Mr. and Mrs. George Day Sunday eve
Mrs. O. P. Stene has gone to Thief
River Falls for a few weeks.
Mrs. W. H. Moon is* nursing at
the home of Mrs. Howard Price in
The town board had a meeting on
Tom Nygard was in Blackduck on
Herman Thom and wife visited in
Blackduck on Wednesday.
J. C. McGhee, assistant superin
tendent of schools, visited our
schools here on Wednesday.
Paul Peltier took a load of house
hold goods to Blackduck for his cou
sin, Paul Peltier, Tuesday.
Among those who were in Black
duck on Saturday were, Mrs. R. M.
Cossentine, O. P. Stene and daugh
ter, Clara, and sons, Martin and Le
roy, Tom Nygaard, Penry Plummer,
Alta Bateman, M. H. Hitching, J. E.
and J. D. Bogart.
No Eggs, Milk or Bnttec
The following recipe shows how an appetizing,
wholesome cake can be made without expensive
In many other recipes the number of eggs may
be reduced one-half or more by using an ad
ditional quantity of ROYAL Baking?Powder,
about a teaspoon, in place of each egg
1 cap brawn sugar
lK cups water
1 cup seeded raiaina
2 ouncaa citron
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RAILROAD TIME TABUS
MPLS.. BSD LAKE AMAH.
No. 12Arrives S:45 A. M.
No. 11Leaves 1:80 P. H.
No. S2zSt Paul local...
No. 34 St Paul sleeper.
No. SixKellihex local *:1S m.
No. S3 International leaner 4:11,***,
Trains marked x. dally aaoent Sunday
other trains dally.
No. 34, carrying sleeper forv St.
Paul, reaches Minneapolis t 10: *0
a. m., and reaches St. Paul at 10:30
No. 33. carrying sleeper,- leaves St
Pay! 7:05 p.m.
miniota S 'flfteiffk*.
No. 47Leaves No. Bemidji.. sss
No. 46Arrives No. Bemidji.. 7:S# p.SL
No. 44Leaves No. Bemidji.: 7.t0 a,m.
No. 4SArrives No.Bemidji..-*:* Jsv
104Twin Cities local.
No. 34Dvluth toeal
No. 34Duluth local
No. 414Local freight....
No. H2Duluih local...
No. lSeV-Leoal fratebx...
No. 1SThief Aiver Kails
local 4:55 p.m.
No. 1*7Local freight 11:*
No. 105Twin Citieslocal, ar
No. S3Grand Forks local...S:17
No. 36Grand Forks local.. 3:5*
No. 41* Local freight
Bu Ribbons fir Less
There may be no advance at all.
Neither do we wish to insinuate
that there will be. We don't know,
BUT we just had a hunch that like
every thing else, BIBB0M8 MAY
bought a few more
than we like to carry in stock.
Now we do not want to load
you, nor are we asking yon to
stock up, but we are offering you
A Beak of 6 Gstfeis, (3.75
1 teaspoon natanag
THESE C0UP0B8 A1B O00B
FOB ANY DBD OF BIBBOB
ONE OX TWO 00L0BS AID 101
Come in and get one at a time,
just as you need them. TkeylLal*
ways be fresh and we guarantee
every one we sell.
5 teaspoons Royal BaUac Pmw4m
The old method (fault cake) caOedtor3
DIRECTIONSPut the first eight tag-radiants Into eamapaa aad-rheU
three minutes. When cool, add the floor and haitng pew dor which hares fcase
Med together mix well. Bake in *n Iff |isa(ini lie siMS
hols in canter is best) for 35 or 40 minutes. Ica with white Mag.
Booklet of recipes-which economise in
expensive ingredients, mailed free. Address Royal
Baking Powder Co, 135 William Street, New York.
Made from Cream of Tartar, derived from grapes,
adda none but healthful qualities to the food.
NO Alum No Phosphate
Uif Mstai* UMS
Atiiitt tht El-afrit
Tirelessly sad unceasingly our maintenance
forest guard our long distance linos against
terms, fires and other unforeseen destructive
Constantly the telephone circuits are
watched, tested, kept in order, and in cases of
trouble repairmen hurry at once to the scene of
the dlffleulty, regardless of weather conditions.
Early every morning tests of all the long dis
ejwelines are made with delicate electrical ap
paratus. Wlth these appliances can be deter
mined within a few feet the location of a broken
wire, a Uno loosened at a cross arm, or the
branch of a tree hanging across the wires. Any
of these will cause trouble.
A large fores of men is constantly retained
by this Company, stationed a few miles apart,
along the toll limes, ready to replace poles dam
aged by lightning or other causes, to tighten
wires loosened by the wind, to renew broken
insulators or make other repairs needed to keep
the wires always ready for use. At definite
periods during the year overhanging trees are
properly trimmed to keep the branches away
from the wires.
Wt-tt-Peit InptctiMS lUt
To insure the public against the sudden
breaking of poles by wind or sleet storms, car
rying down with them perhaps a score of wires,
pole-to-pole inspections are made at regular in
tervals. Constantly old poles are replaced by
new ones where examinations show it to be ad
When storms, winds, snow or sleet axe pre
dicted the conditions affecting each telephone^
line are watched carefully. If trouble i* likely
emergency supplies are prepared, and repair
men, testmen, and linemen are rushed by train,
auto or buggy to the points of threatened dam
Carefully, constantly, and unoeasingly we
guard the long distance lines to provide imme
diate and uninterrupted service.
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