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title: 'The Bemidji daily pioneer. (Bemidji, Minn.) 1904-1971, March 30, 1917, Page 2, Image 2',
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Old Fashioned Pepper Pot.
Chop finely tw each of green pep
pers, onions and beets. Melt one ta
blespoonful of butter In a saucepan,
44 the- chopped vegetables and stir
.oyer a moderate fire until the butter
Is absorbed. Add a scant naif pound
fit fresh tripe cut into small cubes and
(One-quarter of a cupful of blanched
rice. Add two quarts of cold water
And one pound-and a half of veal
knucfcle. Season to taste with salt
and celery salt, cover the kettle closely
and simmer for two hours. Then add
one cupful of canned tomato, and let
er for twenty minutes longer
aove the veal bone, cool, Bkim and
ieat before serving
Line a large agateware, pie plate
JWith pastry. With a pastry Jabber
cot on* long strips, a scant half Inch in
-width, of pastry. Mix together two
cupfuls of grated apple, the grated rind
tnd juice of one lemon, one and a half
jupfuleof sugar, two eggs lightly beat
in, two tablespoonfuls of melted bat
ter, half a teaspoonful of salt and one
capful of thin cream. Tom this into
the plate lined with pastry, wet the
edges and set the strips of pastry over
the top of the filling in two directions.
Finish with a strip of paste on the
edge. Let bake until firm' in the cen-
Rjce Ice Cream.
Drop a cupful of well washed rice
into a kettle of boiling water, boil for
flfteen minutes, drain, drop into cold
Bilk enough to cover about half an
Inch thick, place in double boiler, cook
tDl soft, press through a sieve or ricer,
return to fire, beat the yolks of three
eggB with one cupful of sugar. Add to
rice with a pinch of salt Cook until
thick. Cool, add two tablespoonfuls of
anlHa or other flavoring, two table
apoonfuls of sherry and a pint of heavy
ream, whipped. Place in freezer and
Three and a half cupfuls of corn
meal, two and a half cupfuls of white
floor, three eggs, two cupfuls of butter
milk, butter size of an egg, one-half
capful of brown sugar, a tablespoonfnl
of molasses, a teaspoonful of soda, a
teaspoonful of salt. Beat until light,
bake in hot oven. Serve with bacon or
with sweet new butter.
Potato and Ham.
Into a buttered baking dish put alter
nate layers of cold potatoes sliced thin,
chopped ham and white sauce. Use
plenty of sauce. Make sauce with a
large tablespoonful of butter melted, a
large tablespoonful of flour stirred
smooth and on* and one-half cupfuls of
milk. TOWNSHIP PUIS
We have them here at the Pioneer
What township do you want?
Those we have in stock are most
They show the high lands, swamp
lands, rural highways, farms, school
They sell for 25 cents each.
We have most of the towns in
ranges 26, 30, 31, 33, 34 and 37.
They were prepared by E. J. Bour
geois, engineer and surveyor, and are
Fresh milk per qt 9
llllllllllllllillllillHIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllHllllMIHHIIHmillllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIII Phones 206-207 207-4th Street
TWO TELEPHONES AT Y0UB SERVICE. FOB QUALITY GROCERIES.
AND SERVICE ASK CENTRAL WITH A SMILE FOR EITHER 206-207.
Have YOU started to pay CASH for your groceries?
Turn over anew leaf the first of April, and Fool the Creditman.
You have been Fooling yourself long enough by paying big prices.
Start now to pay CASH, and you will be surprised at the end of the
week or month to find that you have saved very near enough to buy
your new Easter Hat.
Do you realize that I save you about Fifteen Cents on every dollar
you spend for groceries?
"IT IS THE PENNIES THAT COUNT"
Here area few sample offerings:
15c shredded wheat biscuits 25c pkg. rice 22
|3Q (You save 22 per cent)
15c grape nuts 13c
(You save 16 per cent)
WJT-JfC^" T" "V''s
day will help you
stay well. Order
Sunlrist now and keep
supply of these uniformly
good oranges in the house
NOTICE I S HEREBY GIVEN That,
by virtue of the power of sale in said
mortgage contained and pursuant to
the statutes in such case made and pro
vided, said mortgage will be foreclosed
and the land and premises described
in said mortgage, situated in said Bel
trami County, Minnesota, towit:
The West One-half (W.%) of the
Southeast Quarter (S.E.%) of Section
Two(2), and the North One-half (N.%)
of the Northeast Quarter (N.E.%) of
Section Eleven (11) Township On
Hundred Forty-nine (149). Range Thir
ty-five (35), containing On Hundred
Eixty (160) acres, more or less, accord
ing to the government survey thereof,
with all hereditaments and appurten
anc es thereunto belonging or in any wise
appertaining including storm and screen
windo ws and doors, gas, steam, electric
and other heating and lighting apparatus
and fixtures, will be sold by the sheriff
of said Beltrami County at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash a
the East front door of the Beltrami
County Court House, in Bemidji, in, and
the county seat of, said Beltrami County,
on Monday, April 30, 1917 at 11 o'clock
A. M.. to pay and satisfy the amount
then due and owing on said mortgage
and the indebtedness secured thereby,
and all costs, charges and expenses of
said foreclosure and sale allowed by
law and Fifty Dollars ($50.00) attorneys
fees stipulated in said mortgag e.
Dated March 13th, 1917.
HENNEPIN MORTGAGE LOAN COM-
Mortgagee and assignee of mortgage
ROBERT G. MORRISON,
Hennepin Mortgage Loan Company,
701 Phoenix Building
7t Fri. D. 316 427
25C poStUm Creal 2I (You save 15 per cent)
(You save 16 per cent)
An w.~ un ^*r 20c cocoanut pkg 18
40c Barnngton Hall coffee
""iCW. i^"V?}% O'fuf ,f
HOTXCB OX* MORTGAGE TO:
Default having been Jtgde in the pay
ment of the intere st of Forty-three and
Slid DoUara ($43.13) due November
1st, 1916 on that certain mortgage
executed by Marion A. Peckham. unmar
ried, mortgagor, to the Hennepin
Mortgage Lo an Company, a Minnesota
Corporation, Mortgagee, dated November
15th, 1915, filed for record in the office
of the Kegister of Deeds in Beltra mi
County, Minnesota, on November 22a,
1915 a 10 o'clock A. M., and recorded
therein in Book Twenty-eight (2|) of
Mortgages at page One Hundred six
(106), assigned by said mortgagee to
Peter and Cora Walrath by written
assignment dated January 10th, 1916,
filed for record in the office of the said
Register of Deeds on July 6th, 1916, at
9 o'clock A. M., and recorded therein
in Book Thir ty (30) of Mortgage Deeds
at Page Four Hundred six (406), and
thereaft er assigned by the said Peter
and Cora "Walrath to the said Hennepin
Mortgage Loan Company by written
assignment dated February 27th, 1917,
filed for record in the office of the said
Register of Deeds on March 7th. 117
and recorded therein in Book Thirty (30)
of Mortgages a Page Two Hundred
Thirty (230), said mortgage being given
upon the premises hereinafter described
to secure payment of the sum of Seven
Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750), and in
terest thereon, the entire amount or
which mortgage said mortgagee and
assign ee of mortgage has elected to and
does declare due and now payable under
the provisions of said mortgage, and
there is now claimed to be due and un
paid, and there is due and unpaid, on
said mortgage and the indebtedness
secured thereby, at the date of this
notice, the sum of Seven Hundred Fifty
Dollars ($750.) principal and Sixty and
58-100 Dollare ($60.58), interest, making
in all the sum of Bight Hundred Ten and
58-100 Dollars ($810.58), to recover
which, or any part of which, no action
or proceeding a law or otherwise has
10c DOSt tOH8tieS 8 (Yo0 save 30 per cent)
(You save 20 per cent)
_. 10c cocoanut pkg 9
(You save 15 per cent) \QQ Calumet baking powder
25c Chop Suey (green tea)^ ---$
*(Tou save 15 per cent) Head lettUCe IOC
If you bring pail...8c Leaf lettuce
Rosby creamery butter..43c Celery IOC
Cream (whipping) 40c Eggs (yes, fresh) 82
WATCH FOR MY LIST OF GOOD THINGS FOR EASTER.
TEE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
t- V? I
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
MPLS.. RED LAKE &MAN.
No. 12Arrives 9:45 A. M.
No. 11Leaves 1:30 P. M.
mxnassoTA fc nrnaurATXOxA&
No. 32xSt. Paul local 8:16 a.m.
No. 34 St Paul sleeper 11:J0 p.m.
N o. 31xKelliher local :ll P.m.
No. 33 International sleeper 4:16 a.m.
Trains marked daily except Sunday
other trains dally.
No. 34, carrying sleeper for St.
Paul, reaches Minneapolis at 10:00
a. m., and rearties St. Paul at 10:30
No. 33. carrying sleeper, leaves S
Paul 7:06 p.m.
WTrnwrtn ft International Tnlgt*.
No. 47Leaves No. Bemidji.. f:0 a.*.
No. 46Arrive* No. Bemidji.. 7:00 p-m.
No. 44Leaves No* Bealdll.. 7:30 a,nv
No. 4Arrive* No. Bemidji.. 4:00 pJn.
No. 162Duluth local 9:40 a.m.
No. 186Local freight 3:16 p.m.
No. 163Thief iver Fall*
local 4:66 p-m.
No. 187Local freight 11:00 am.
No. 106Twin Cities local, ar
rives 7:40 p.m.
No. 33Grand Forks local... 3:17 p.m-
No. 36Grand Forks local.. 1:58 ajn.
No. 413Local freight 0:00 a-m.
No. 106Twin Cities local, ds
parts 4:30 a.m.
No. 84Duluth local 13:08 pan.
No. 36Duluth local 3:33 ajn
No. 414Local freight 8:17 pan.
In a few days you will not be
able to get any diaries. Get them
now, 1-3 off at the Pioneer office, tf
Bring yomr clean. oot
ton rags-no buttons, taads
or woolen, cloth accepted.
When the war came everyone in the
clothing business thought that wool
would go up. The makers of Style
plus Clothes $ 17 on account of their
extensive advertising were duty bound
to keep on supplying the public with
"all wool fabrics, expert tailoring, the
skill of a great designer," at the known
price $17provided there was any
way on earth to do it.
What happened) These makers
bought woolens and linings in tremen
dous quantity. They kept on adver-
48 -k _*
TOUR LEISURE MOMENTS
IDEAL BILLIARD PARLORS
In good, clean enjoyment
Pool or Billiards
Harmony and History
Phone 816 209 3rd St
k Tailor Made Suite
-k Drop in and look over our
4t Spring and Summer lines.
309 Third St.
At home or by day
612 America Ave. Phone 58
MRS. THORA STAMBAUGH
NEW JITNEY STAND IN
August L. Berg, Joe Hague,
Roy Jarvis and Fred Grant
Service Night and Day
Professional Residence Corset
916 Miss. Ave. Phone 810-J
Their style, their quality, their guarantee of satisfaction has'become
the new standard of value for $17 throughout the nation. Their
achievement enables men to be well dressed without being asked
to pay one cent more.
"The some nice the nation over."
are still $17, but the price of nearly everything else has jumped.
tising "the price remains the same.*
Volume doubled, manufacturing costs
dropped because of the increased pro
ductionnew efficiency and new
economies came to light through the
"necessity of the hour.1
Incidendy, the makers as well as our
selves have been content with a smaller
profit in order to keep your price the
same. Please do not forgetwe are the only
Styleplus Store here.
Read Dally Pioneer Wantada
Moberg Construction Company
Telephone 272 BemMH* Minn.
Clothes Cleaners for Men,
Women and Children
THE MODEL DRY
Hoganson Bros., Props.
i itrami Aye.
FEEDAY. MAECH 30. 1917.
I BEMIDJI HORSE MARKET
We Buy and Sell Horses,
Harnesses and Vehicles. I
1 We Have the Lot You Want 1
Most of thow choice lote in BeMdji are onn to t^heemaaa S
we own them. It it better to buy direst from the owner.
PAY AS YOU LIKE I
In most oaaes these axe the tame. We are S
here to help yon seonre a home of yonr own.
I BEniDJI TOWNSITE & IMPROVEMENT CO. 1
a THAYER C. BALLET, Local Agent
It is a better typewriter
Guaranteed for 2 years.
MODEL 4 MODEL 5
$5 down, 3
5 down, 5
CASH PRICE SOME LESS
Bemidji Pioneer Phone 922
QELB & T.'grmn'.'g
Designing, Estimating, Superin
Markham Bldg. Phone 12fc