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Sept. 17, 18, 19Red Lake Indian
Septt. 12-13-14Twelfth Annual
Beltrami (bounty Fair.
The Beltrami county district court
convenes September 11.
HOSTESS TO AID
Mrs. John Moberg will entertain
Jtie Ladies' Aid of the Swedish Luth
eran church Thursday afternoon at
her home. A cordial invitation is
extended to all.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Al
drich, Saturday, a daughter.
950,000 to loan on farms. Dean
Land Co.Adv. d71tf
H. R. Penney, of the New York
City branch of the J. C. Penney com
pany, spent Sunday in the city.
Miss Brass has returned to Min
neapolis after a visit with her par
ents at A'ure.
Get 'Rich' Quick" for all your
pnoto work. Rich Studio, 29 10th
St. Phone 570-W. Let us serve you.
J. P. Brandt, head of the Indian
agents, returned this morning from
i% a business trip to Minneapolis.
Mrs. A. Kahala of Crookston, who
has been the guest of Mrs. Jack
Falls for the past three weeks, re-
_j* turned to her home today.
Mr. and Mrs*. L. M. Boyd and fam
ily of Crookston were the guests of
.friends In the city the first of the
WantedSewing. Will go out by
the day. Phone 238-W. Lillian
Mrs. M. A. Rognlien and daugh
ter, Bernadette, of Wilton have gone
to Mcintosh, where they will be-the
guests of relatives fOr some time.
Mrs. H. Ballingsrud and daugh
ters, Delia and Margaret, of Wilton
aye visiting friends and relatives in
Wilfred Schwankl of Richmond,
Minn., who has been the guest of
Dr. and Mrs J. W. Diedrich for a
few days, left yesterday for Little
Falls Mr. Schwankl is a student at
St. Thomas college, St. Paul.
There !s more Catarrh in this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and for ear it was sup
posed to be incurable Doctors prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly failing
to cure with local treatment, pronounced
it incurable. Catarrh is a local disease,
greatly influenced by constitutional con
ditions and therefore requires constitu
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine, manufactured by F. Cheney &
Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional
remedy, is .taken internally and acts
thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces
of the System. One Hundred Dollars re
ward is offered for any case that Hall's
Catarrh Medicine fails to cure. Send for
circulars and testimonials.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills fur constipation.
Miss Bessie Crabtree of Bagley is
visiting friends in Bemidji this week.
Ed Ripple returned yesterday noon
One of these nice flays you ought
to go to Hakkerup's and have your
picture taken,Adv. 14tf
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hanson of Be
cida autoed to Bemidji yesterday and
passed the day on business.
Herb Doran went to North Dakota
yesterday where he will visit rela
tives at different points for a few
Mrs. Kennedy of Seattle, Wash
who has been visiting her sister,
Mrs. E. A Hasty of Blackduck Lake,
will return to her home in a few
A. E. Kuester of Merriam Park.
St. Paul, is spending a two weeks'
vacation with his cousin, Charles
Stelter, of Turtle River.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Simpkins and
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Simpkins of Tur
tle River passed yesterday in the
R. Given will return tomorrow
from Virginia, Minn where he has
been visiting his family for a short
Mr. and Mrs Joe Anderson will
move to Duluth in a short time. Mr
Anderson was formerly in business
at Mill Park.
Omar Gravelle of Red Lake
agency, who has been at St. An
thony's hospital for the past three
weeks, is greatly improved.
O. E. Jackson of Northome was
in Bemidji yesterday enroute to
Montana where he will look over
Mrs. C. A. Parker returned yes
terday from St. Hilaire, Minn., where
she had been the guest of her son,
C. E. Aldrich.for a few days.
Miss Mary Wedgewood of Monti
cello, Minn., arrived in the city last
evening and will be the guest of
Mrs. L. B. Wilson and family for
Miss Helen Klinger of Pinewood
is the guest of her sister, Mrs J. A
Fenton, and family. She will re
main in the city until Thursday.
Edward Amundson of Los Angeles,
Cal who has been the guest of his
father-in-law. A Simpkins of Tur
tle River, and other relatives, has re
turned to the West.
John Larson of the Bemidji
Transportation* company returned
vesterday from Hibbing where he
has been the guest of friends for a
Dr Knutson of Pelican Rap
ids, who has been a guest of Dr
and Mrs Gilmore, has returned
home His wife mil remain for a
longer visit at the Gilmore home
Clarence Joseph Teuton, son of
Mr and Mrs A Fenton. undpr
went an operation to have his ton
sils removed yesterday, at St An
thony's hospital He is reccnenns
nicely and -will be able to laave that
institution in a short time
Lieut and Mrs Thayer Bailev
returned jesterdav from Crookston
where Mrs Bailey had been the gu*=
of her parents, Mr and Mrs N
Stone, for some time, *Ad Mr Bailey
spent Sunday Mr Bailey, ^vho re
ceived a commission as second lieu
tenant at Fort Snelling, is home on
leave and will remain in Bemidji for
The Great Emotional
A drama of life in
which woman proposes.
Mrs. Ralph Longquir ^and two
children of Thief River Falls are the
guests of Mrs. C. F. Williams
Miss Elsie Klinger, who has been
the guest of relatives in Crookston,
has returned to her home in Pine
Misses Marie Olson and Vera Camp
bell have returned to their duties
at the Consolidated Abstract com
pany's office after a few .days'
Miss Ruth Wentworth of Black
duck lake will leave the latter part
of the week for Grand Rapids where
she will attend teachers' institute
for two weeks. She will teach at
Max, Minn., this fall.
Emery Harris, son of Judge J. E.
Harris, has gone to Minneapolis after
a few days' visit with his father.
He will work on the third line bridge
Mrs. B. Haugen and brother
in-law, Willie Haugen, returned to
their homes at Maxbass, N. D., Mon
day. Mrs. Haugen came to Bemidji
last week to bury her husband. The
funeral was held at Becida.
Edwin Brandt, son of Mr. and
Mrs. P. Brandt, has returned from
Milan, Minn, where he has spent
the* summer on his uncle's ranch.
Mr and Mrs Brandt autoed to Milan
and accompanied him home.
Miss Eva Marks of Moorhead left
today for Bagley after a week's visit
at the home of Dr and Mrs. R. Gil
more of Lake Boulevard. Miss Marks
will visit at the A. Kaiser home in
Bagley before returning to her home
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Wilder of Sa
pulpa, Okla, who have been the
guests of relatives at Turtle River
for the past month, returned to their
home yesterday. Mrs. Charles Spang
ler of Turtle River accompanied her
sister, Mrs. Wilder, as far as Be
Misses Iva and Esther Westeen of
Grand Forks arrived in the city this
noon and will spend the remainder
of the summer here. Their mother,
Mrs. Westeen, has been the guest of
Mrs. John C. Tennstrom for the past
week. Mrs. Westeen and family
have rented a cottage at the Bay.
Captain Andrew Russness of Moor
head is the guest of his aunt, Mrs.
Bacon, and husband. He ar
rived in the city yesterday and ex
pects to return home this evening.
Mr. Russness is in the Second Min
nesota Field Artillery.
Mr and Mrs N Stone and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. William Stone, Mr.
and Mrs Thayer Bailey and Mrs.
Allan Weld motored to Louisville
yesterday, where they were met by
Mr. and Mrs. W Powell and fam
ily and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Powell
and family to enjoy a picnic dinner.
They returned to the- city last eve=
ningCrookston Daily Times.
Rev and Mrs. J. Randahl of
Tenstrike were the guests of Mrs
John Tennstrom yesterday, while en
route to their home from Clearbrook
where they have been the guests of
their son, Emanuel Randahl, and
wife Rev. Randahl was formerly
pastor of the Swedish Lutheran
chifrch in this city He resigned
some time ago on account of poor
Mrs William Thaver and little
son of Northome and her sister, Miss
Ellen Djonne of Gemmell, who have
been the guests of their brother,
A Djonne, and familv of Deer Lake
for ome time, were in the citv ves
terday, enroute to their homes
While in Bemidit thev were the
guests of Mrs O Sonstrud of
Mrs Bacon and Mrs
Fallen left toda-\ for Moorhen'1 .where
they will visit their nephew, W
Russness, ho received a commis
sion at Fort Snclhng as ilrbt lieuten
ant in the field- artillery and who
will leave Thursdav' of this week
for France A reception will be given
Lieutenant Russness before his de
parture and Mesdames Bacon and
Fallon will attend the reception
Lieutenant Russness is a brother of
Captain Andrew Russness, who has
been a guest at the Bacon and Fal
lon homes since yesterday.
Mr and Mrs BHler and
daughter, Ardith, and Mrs W A
Dehart left this morning by auto
mobile for South Haven, Minn Mrs
Bliler will join her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Lorin Dehart, and family and
in a few days they will go to Pueblo,
Colo, where Mrs. Dehart will join
her husband, Lorin Dehart, and make
her future home. Mr. Dehart is em
ployed as ciyil engineer for a large
steel manufacturing company in that
city. Mrs. Bliler, after visiting with
many relatives and friends in Colo
rado, will continue to Long Beach,
Cal where she expects to spend the
winter with her uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs, Frank Good speed Frank
Goodspeed is a brother of Alvjn
Goodspeed, until recently a farmer
in Grant Valley, near Bemidji.
ENTERTAINED AT DINNER
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bacon had as
t' eir dinner guests today Oscar Mor
tenson, Edward Trost, r. N. Thomp
son, Bert Swenson and Andrew Russ
ness, all of Moorhead The party
autoed to the city yesterday and all,
with the exception ot Mr Russness,
went to Blackduck in the afternoon
They will visit at tne state park to
day before returning home
CAMPING AT ROCKY POINT
Ted Wilhts, Lawrence Harve
Ferris Knapp, John Simons and Ed
Auger, went to Rock\ Point tlns|
morning where they will spend the
remainder- of the week camping
GOING TO MARKET
A. T. Carlson, proprietor of the
Carlson Variety store, wljl leave to
morrow for the Twin Cities on a
THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
LESTER PRAIRIE DOESN'T WANT
VAN LEAR X0 SPEAK THERE
(By United Press)
St. Paul, Aug 21Governor
Burnquist has been urged to prevent
Mayor Van Lear of Minneapolis from
making a proposed speech at Lester
Prairie August 24 Carlos Avery re
ceived the request from citizens there
to take up the matter with the gover
nor, who told the mayor that any
anti-draft or similar move could not
GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL LEAVES
TO PREVENT ALABAMA STRIKE
(By United Press)
Washington, Aug. 21.Secretfry
of Labor Wilson left today for Bir
mingham, Ala, to prevent a state
Iwide strike of 25,000 miners.
Ladies' Dress Boots
Now arriving. See some of
the beautiful new patterns
both in the high and medium
A beautiful Havana Brown
low heel, white fiber sole
shoe is making a hit with
One of the neat high heel
boots is a purple kid vamp
with white kid uppers, high
top lace boot, and the Ha
vana brown with champagne
uppers. See display window.
20 styles soft sole Baby Cflp
Shoes, all "UU
A particularly strong line of
Children's School Shoesthe
Educator for boys and girls,
the best on earth and other
Knapp's Shoe Store
in 'ij.""^' J,".'' I'JW
DR. M. PALMER
Office Phone 124, Residence 84i
Miles Block, Bemidji
Cleanliness Is Next to
so for God's sake keep
clean. Come in and
Bemidji Auto Laundry
AND TIRE REPAIR SHOP
Rear of Brown's Candy Kitchen
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear dept.
is filling with the newest and
best the great qastern American
center of designers can pro
duce. Every garment is selec
ted by the greatest care of our
ready-to-wear buyers and man
ufactured by the most reliable
makers that can be found, at
prices that will interest those
Our salespeople are ever will
ing to serve you with every
W&t?5: f& U&Y S TORES
Are the kiddies back in school again and poring over the same old lessons, or new
Perhaps they faijed to "pass' at the last exam. If so, did you rate them as lazy, or
Or did you do the sensible thinghave their little eyes examined to see if they
are capable of doing the work expected of them?
LET US TEST THEIR EYES
It is cruel to the child to efxpect it to study with defective vision. Not only that,
but you run the risk of permanently injuring the eyes.
Don't think that because the child is young the eyes must be strong. Much of the
eye trouble of mature years starts in yonth.
Give your child a square deal. Bring him or her to us and have their eyes examined
and if found necessary a pair of glasses fitted that will overcome any trouble.
Our line of optical goods is the best on the market, and will be accurately fitted.
DRS. LARSO N & LARSON
DR. E. A. SHANNON/IO"
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Mayo Block
Phone 396 Res. Phone 397
Hoffman & O'Uary
WE HAVE THE L0TI
5 What kind of a lot are you looking for? A good business
5 site? A location for a fine residence? Or just a place for a
cozy little bom*? 3
5 Pick yours out and call on our local agent, T. C. Bailey, Post
Office Block, for prices and June discount.
I BEMIDJI T0WNSITE COMPANY
Cav. Nat Bank Bide.
St. Paul. Minnesota.
The J. C. Penney Co.'s
M. MoKEE, Fnnecal Mnctw
Phone I7S-W or