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SATURDAY. HAY 5. 1917.
May 14Tax judgment sale of
government lands at the court house.
June 1Bemidji high school com
June 24Tie farmers will hold
their annual picnic at the fair
Miss Dolly Koors entertained last
evening at a dancing party in the
Kaplan hall in honor of Miss Edna
Anderson, wb-o left today for In
ternational Falls. The guests were
Misses Edna Anderson, Hazel Laqua,
"Ine Hayner, Edith Mills, Louise
IcCready, Emma Klein, Lucille
loritz, Lucile Young and Messrs.
-Fred Cutter, Richard McAlpine, My
ron Plummer, Harold White, Herbert
Warfield, Morris Witting, Elbridge
Lord and William Ward.
The Grand Porks Herald says:
"Miss Geraldine Jacobi, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Jacobi, 136
Reeves avenue, is receiving much
favorable comment on her ability as
a reader in Montreal, where she is
spending some time. A short time
ago Miss Jacobi gave a reading of
the play, "Disraeli" by Louis N.
Parker, for the benefit of the soldiers
\and on next Tuesday evening she
rill give a repetition of the play for
the benefit of the Belgian relief
To intending settlers and farm la
borers apply to W. E. Black, Can
adian Government Agent, Clifford
Building, Grand Forks, N. Dak., for
settlers' and laborers' rates and other
Information in Western Canada.
Mr and Mrs. W. N. Ross, who
have been the guests of their daugh
ter, Mrs. Earle A. Barker and chil
dren since Wednesday, returned to
their home at St. Charles, Minn.,
yesterday. They have spent the win
ter in California.
"Where did you say we're going,
Pa, next Wednesday night?'" "Why,
to the ham and egg supper at the
Presbyterian church. Sure 'I'll take
all you kids." 1-55
"Less Than the Dust"7 parts
starring Mary Pickford Tuseth's or
chestra7 piecesElko Theatre to
Mrs Oscar Barness of Bagley was
the guest of her sister, Miss Nell
Hanson, yesterday and this morning.
Miss Hanson accompanied her sister
to Bagley th,is afternoon and will be
the guest of relatives until Monday
Most people are planning on going
to the ham and egg supper May 9
at the Presbyterian church. Feed
from 5 to 8 o'clock. 50c per each.
Spring time is Kodak time! De
veloping, 10c prints, only 3c, 4c, 5c.
Rich Studio, 29th 10th St. Phone
570. School photosbaby photos
quality portraits at money savings.
Miss Anna Johnson, who has been
a patient at the state sanatorium at
Walker for the last year, has recov
ered her health and returned to her
home in Wilson, Wis., this morning
where she will spend the summer.
Say, Mr. Man, give the missus an
evening off next Wednesday and take
her to the ham and egg supper at
the Presbyterian church. 1-55
Attorney Thayer C. Bailey return
ed yesterday morning from Fergus
Falls where he attended to matters
of legal business before the United
States Federal court.
The ham and egg supper at the
Presbyterian church next Wednesday
from 5 to 8 o'clock hasn't a thing
to do with the war. 1-55
Mrs. Arthur Warner of Puposky
came to Bemidji yesterday to meet
Mrs. Dora Warner of Plains, Mont.,
who was called here by the serious
illness of her son, Austin Warner.
Miss Lillian Sandland, who has
been the guest of relatives here dur
ing the past week, returned to her
home in the town of Frohn yester
Mr and Mrs. H. N. Harding and
Mrs H. D. Kenfield of Cass Lake
motored to the city and attended the
theater last evening.
Mrs. J. A. Younggren returned yes
terday morning from Minneapolis
where she has visited friends for the
past several weeks
Miss Eloise Bekken of Becida is
spending the week-end with her sis
ter, Mrs. I. P. Batchelder
Mrs. Bert Nelson of Northwood,
N. D., who is the guest of relatives
in Solway, spent yesterday in Be
One of these nice days you ought
to go to Hakkerup's and have your
picture taken.Adv. 14tf
Mrs. Charles Carter of Hines mo
tored to Bemidji yesterday and pass
ed the day with friends.
Mrs. Emerald Cartwright of North
ern was among the business visitors
in the city yesterday.
150,000 to loan on farms.
You'll like Koors' bread,
grocer for it.
The Scarlet Letter99
A marvelous picturization of an immoral classic
WM. FOX PHOTO PLAY
Sunday and Monday-
continuous Performance from
I pa m. to 6 p- m.
7 p.m. to II p. m.
Mrs. Lucy Williams of town of
Northern spent yesterday in Bemidji
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Spore of Pu
posky transacted business in the city
Optometry means eye service
Mrs. Ben Carter of Tenstrike was
in the city yesterday on business
at Troppman's 22c per
Mrs E Guthrie of Turtle River
was in the city yesterday on busi
NEW JITNEY STAND IN
August L. Berg, Joe Hague,
Roy Jarvis and Fred Graut
Service iNight and Day
THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken
by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty
five years, and has become known as the
most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on
the Mucous surfaces excelling the Poi
son from the Blood and healing the dis
After you have taken Hall's Catarrh
Medicine for a short time you will see a
great improvement in your general
health Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine at once and get rid of catarrh. Send
for testimonials, free
IP CHENEY & CO Toledo. Ohio.
Sold by all Druggists. 75c.
Mrs. Agnes Cooper, age 24 years,
died at St Anthony's hospital last
evening She leaves a husband and
week-old twins, Evelyn and Everett,
and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Titus The funeral will be held
tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
from the Baptist church, Rev.
Brauer, the German Lutheran pas
tor, officiating Interment will be
made in Greenwood
A Great Discovery
Swollen hands, ankles, feet are due to
a dropsical condition, often caused by
disordered kidnejs Naturally when the
kidneys are deranged the blood is filled
with poisonous waste matter, 'which set
tles in the feet, ankles and wrists or
under the e\cs in bag-like formations.
As a remedy for those easily recog
nized symptoms of inflammation caused
by unc acidas scalding urine, back
ache and frequent urination, as well as
sediment in the urine, or if uric acid in
the blood has caused rheumatism, lum
bago, sciatica, gout, it is simply wonder
ful how quickly Anuric acts the pains
and stiffness rapidly disappeai.
The very best possible way to take
care of yourself is to take a glass of
hot water before meals and Anuric, the
discovery of Dr Pierce of Buffalo, N. Y.
Step into any drug store and ask for a
50c. package of Anuric, which is many
times more potent than lithia and elimi
nates uric acid as hot water melts sugar.
A short trial will convince you.
MOTHERS OF MINNESOTA
HERE IS ADVICE FOR YOU.
Minn"I have found
great relief in Dr.
j| mg my early mar
1 1 ned life it was rec
ommended to me
ii during expectancy.
1 was run-down and
i in a nervous state,
i and the 'Prescrip-
Ition' built me up
and cured me of this
Since that tune I
have always taken the 'Favorite Prescrip
tion' and it has always been such a help
to me in keeping me well and strong, and
my babies were all fine and healthy. I
consider 'Favorite Preemption' one of
the best things a woman ran take "Mas.
DAVID Duwn 2228 LaLe Street.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FOBE
Default having been made in the pay
ment of the interest of Forty-three and
100 Dollars (4 13) due November lit
1916 on that certain mortgage executed
t- Nelson Peckham anmnrtin) Mort
gagor, to the Hennepin Mortgage Loan
Companj, a Minnesota Corporation,
Mortgagee, dated November 15th, 1915,
filed for record I uie office of the
Register of Dee Beltrami County,
Minnesota, on November 22nd. 1915, at
Ten o'clock A and recorded therein
in Book Twenty-eight (28) of .mortgages
at Pages One Hundred Seven (107), One
Hundred Eight (108) ind fn Hun
dred Nine (109) thereof, given upon
the premises hereinafter ilcrriDei'
to secure payment of the sum of Seven
Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750), and
interest thereon, the entire amount of
which mortgage said Mortgagee 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 unpaid, and there is now
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 85|100 Dollars ($60 85) in
terest, making in all the sum of Eight
Hundred Ten and 85|100 Dollars ($810 85)
to recover which, or any part of which,
no action or proceeding at law or
otherwise has been instituted
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That,
by virtue of the power of sale in said
mortgage contained and pursuant to the
statutes in such case made and provided
said mortgage will be foreclosed and
the land and premises described therein,
situated in said Beltrami County, Min
The Southwest Quarter (SW%) of the
Northwest Quarter (NW%) and the
Northwest Quarter (NW%) of the
Southwest Quarter (SW'/t) of Section
One (1) and the East One-half (E%)
of the Southeast Quarter (SE%) of
Section Two (2). Township One Hundred
Forty-nine (149), Range Thirty-five (35),
containing One Hundred Sixty (160)
acres, more or less, according to gov
ernment survey thereof, with all build
ings and other improvements thereon
and all hereditaments and appurten
ances thereunto belonging or in any
wise appertaining, including storm and
screen windows 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 auction to the highest bidder for
cash at the East front door of the Bel
trami County Court House, in Bemidji,
in, and the county seat of, said Beltrami
County, on Thursday. May 17, 1917 at
Eleven o'clock A to pay and satisfy
the amount then due and owing on said
mortgage and the indebtedness secured
thereby, and all costs, charges and ex
penses of said foreclosure and sale
allowed by law and Fiftv ($50) Dollars
attorney's fees stipulated in said mort
gage Dated March 2". 1917
Attorney for ssrid Mortgagee,
701 Phoenix Building.
LOAN COM* .*T,
rufc 'i* i nXfa".5'.
"The Lean Years" (Genesis 41:27)
will be the subject of the morning
address at 11 o'clock at the Pres
byterian church In the evening at
8 o'clock the sermon will be on
"Kadesh-Barnea" (Deut. 1:19).
Sunday school will meet at 10 a.
m., and Christian Endeavor at 7
p. m. All are cordially invited to at
tend these services. L. P. Warford,
Communnon services and recep
tion of new members at 11 o'clock.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Young
people's meeting at 7 p. Services
in the evening at 8 o'clock. I. D.
English services next Sunday eve
ning at 8 o'clock Special mu'sic by
the choir Sunday school at 12.
Osmond Johnson, pastor.
Morning service at 11:30. Sub
ject"Fear and its Antidote." The
junior choir will sing at the morn
ing service Evening service at 8
o'clock. Subject"Individual Re
sponsibility Church school at
10:30 a Christian Endeavor
meeting at 7 m. N. Foss, pas
Morning worship at 10:45 o'clock
Special musical program.
Anthem, choir"Behold the Mas
ter Passes Bv" (Batzwell)
Anthem, choir"Send Out Thy
Solo, selectedMiss Elizabeth
Trio"Lord, We Will Lift Up
Thine Eyes" (Adams).
Solo Miss Elizabeth Evans,
'He is Kind, He is- Good" (Mas
Anthem, choir"Thanks Unto the
Sermon by the pastor, subject
"A Song of Peace
Sunday school at 12 Epworth
League at 7
Evening worship at S o'clock, ser
mon suDject, "Trust in the Lord
The junior choir will sing at this
All are most cordially invited to
worship here Hanscom, min
Services Sunday at 11-30 a
and services Wednesday evening at
8 o'clock in the Elks' hall.
Morning prayer and sermon at 11
o'clock. Sunday school at 12 o'clock.
Vesper service at 5 o'clock George
St. Philip's Catholic.
Low mass at 8 o'clock high mass
at 10 a*, m. Sunday school at 11:30
a. m. vespers and benediction at
7:30 p. Father J. J. T. Philippe.
PASSIONS INHERITED" 9
A SON OF ERIN
The thrilling and amusing photoplay of a young Irishman's
resolute struggle against the political corruption
of a big American city.
"A PARAMOUNT PICTURE
GRAND THEATRE-Sunday-IVIat. & Eve.
The Road to Love"
A thrilling romance of the Algerian desert
A Morosco-Paramount Picture
TOMORROW2:30, 7:30, 8:45Adm. 5c & 15c
A wonderful Drama
In Natural Colors
Presenting the Popular Star
Famous for work in "The Perils
Pauline" and other Pathe
Tomorro ELKO THEATRE Mat. & Eve.
A QtSCStlOn youdare not ignore
A lClUrC y00 must not miss!
A gripping life-story built on
facts, but different from the
offensive films that exploit filth
GREAT TRUTH THAT IS
CLOSE TO EVERY HOME!!
7 Big Parts
Matinee and Evening
Mon. & Tues., May 7 & 8
Bemidji'e Modern Theatre
THE WORLD'S MOST
In an intensely human story of a little English castaway
the picturesque background of modern India.
"Less Than the Dust99
IN SEVEN BIG REELS
THE FIRST SPECIAL PRODUCTION UNDER MISS
FORD'S OWN ARTISTIC GUIDANCE PRESENTED
(EVENINGS) WITH SPECIAL MUSIC BY
Tuseth's Orchestra--7 Pieces
MATINEES 2 3010c and 20c,
ANY SEAT 25c
ELKO Theatre FRIDA & SATURDAY MA 4th & 5th