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SALE OR TRADESacra-
Sit DOUEI VV -*WMW-
&%'$> mento county, California, lands for
Mlt'vBaBtern Properties, 200 acres high
&K class suburban farm land 5 to 8
fV*(li miles from center of Sacra
5 mento.. Electric cars, concrete
t. boulevards, beautiful home sites
will sub-divide 6 acres up. City
of Sacramento, Cal., population
80,000. Growing fast, safe and
sound investments. Deal with
owners. Write M. Bush, Oakland,
Cal., 3460 Telegraph Ave.
1*8 to 13
FOR SALE OR TRADEOne gaso
line launch sell cheap for cash.
A. Brown, 411 Minnesota Ave.
FOR SALECheap, one 1913 Ford
touring car. Letford's Oarage.
FOR SALE OR RENTHouse. If
sold within the next few days,
will sell at a sacrifice. Located
at 1014 Beltrami Ave. Call at
the above address within next few
days. Oscar Miner. 5-128
FOR SALELarge team weight
1,400 pounds each. Albert Utech,
Turtle River, Minn. 5-1211
FOR RENTTwo furnished or ungetting
furnished rooms. Phone 484-J in
the evening. 3-128
FOR RENT Modern furnished
room board if desired. Mrs.
Powell, 1110 Beinidji Ave. 6-128
FOR RENTNice modern room, 516
Bemidji Ave. 1119tf
FOR RENT6-room house, cheap to
good renter. 1006 Doud Ave.
Phone 237. 119tf
6-room house, 3 corner lots, close
to school, only $25.00.
6 ROOM and BATH DOWN TOWN,
very nice home with garage, $20.
6-room house, $13.00.
3-room house, only $6.00.
2 rooms, $6.00.
E. J. WILLITS,
Phone 41. 115 3rd St.
WANTEDWood sawing. All work
promptly done.' Phone 628-W. O.
W. OlBon. 12-1213
Wood sawing done. Call
WANTEDA loan of $1,000 on 160ladies
acres of land, partly Improved, 6
miles north of Wilton, on the main
TO ORGANIZE LEAGUES
OF SCHOOL CHILDREN
(Special to Pioneer)
St. Paul, Dec. 6.Minnesota's
younger generation is to be inter
ested in health work in a new way,
through the organization of Modern
Health Crusader leagues in the
schools, which will enlist every child
in individual andi community health
work, and requires specific "health
chores" which will make for per
sonal and public health.
To encourage the league work, the
Minnesota Public Health association,
state Red'Cross seal manager, has ar
ranged a- contest offering manners
for therJSecruiting of the most cru
Baders. The league which enrolls
the largest number in ratio to the
population of town or city from now
until Dec. 31 will be awarded a ban
ner. Villages, towns and cities are
divided into the same seven classes
according-to population as in the
Red Cross seal pennant competition,
as follows: 1-300, 300-600, 600-
1200, 1200-2000, 2000-8000, 8000-
100000, above 1000000.
In this competition recruits will
be counted who sell or purchase ten
seals or do health chores for one
week. The health chores include
fresh air, bathing regularly,
brushing teeth, playing out of doors,
sitting up straight and eating prop
er food. Minnesota communities are
responding splendidly to the health
crusade idea, and are keenly inter
ested in the pennant competition.
ENBOUTE TO CAMP
Jack Batchelder left for Sauk Cen
ter yesterday where he will visit his
mother a few days before going to
Jefferson Barracks. He is I. P.
road. Reynolds & Winter. 123tf
WANTEDSchool girl to work for
board and room. One block from
high school. Phone 722-J. 3-127
WANTED-Two day bell boys. Mark
ham Hotel. 2-127
WANTEDPlain sewing to do at
home. Inquire at 1312 Beltrami
WANTEDCleaning or washing to
do by the day or hour. Miss Beach,
1312 Beltrami Ave. 1-126
CAED OP THANKS
Friday morning we will put on our Bargain Counter about
five dozen pair Ladies' Shoes, a great many of them $5
and $6 values, high kid boots in button or lace, all sizes.
Your choice Friday and Saturday, a pair
Why not save two or three dollars a pair by getting your
next pair of shoes now?
You may have been looking at those high top, low heel
Walking Boots, $8, $9 and $10 values. We are going to
hand these out to you Friday and Saturday at a pair
Children's Shoes, good heavy school shoes, a pair
.,_ I W
Ladies Felt Shoes .......$1.45
Men's high top Felt Shoes ..$1.8
Ladies'fancy Felt Slippers $5c
Felt, leather sole $ I -20
Look Through These Shoo Bargains for Friday & Saturday
KNAPP'S SHOE STOR E
We desire to thank our friends
for the kindness and assistance at
the death of our father and grand
father. We also wish to thank the
Eastern Star and the Presbyterian
and other friends for flowers.
1-126 and family.
I Gel a Nickle Plate
Has your car a Bemidji em
blem? The Pioneer ear has on
the front of its radiator a neat
nickle plate emblem design.
BEMIDJI COMMERCIAL CLUB
are neatly outlined. It shows
that the local club is a mem
ber of the American Automo
bile Association and should be
on every car in town. Order
one from the secretary of the
Auto Club. Price 7 Be.
Bring ni your clean cot
ton rags-no buttons, bands
or woolen doth accepted.
Tbe standardco!4 curefor 20yean
la tablet formafc,rare,no opiate*
caret cold in 34 hoursgrip in 3
day^ Moneybacklfitfaib. Get the
amnfrw bos with Redtopand Bar.
Hill'spicture on fc.,
Costa leaa, giver
more,savesmoney. 24Tablets for 25e.
*t* e~i && JLXS&^*s. i2k3S- jB$*8h$
THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
Corn* Lift Bight OffWith"Gets-It"
Blessed relief from corn pains is
simple as A with "Gets-It"
When you've been limping around
for days trying? to get away from for days trying to get away xro
a heart-drimng corn or bumpy cal
lus, and everything you've tried has
only made It worse, and then you
put some "Gets-If* .on and the pain
eases right away, and the corn peela
right oft like a banana skin
"ain't It a grand and heavenly feel*
Sold in Bemidji and recommended
as the world's best corn remedy by
Barker's Drug Store, City Drug
Have you seen our display of 1918
Standard diaries? The covers are
genuine leather, imitation leather
and cloth cover. Just the thing for
a little Christmas gift for your sol
dier friends. Get yours now before
the line is broken. Pioneer office.
If' Sf* V, f. ',1 I-
fcaa revolutionised the
of the world. Millions
use it and it never fails. Ladies
wear smaller shoes and have pain
free feet. We old fellows and
young fellows forget jpjur toes and
feel frisky as colts. Everybody
with a corn or callus needs "Gets-
It." W will all walk about and
enjoy ourselves as we did without
corns. Get a bottle today from your
druggist, or sent on receipt of price
D. Lawrence & Co.,.
2So is all yon need to pajfr
Overcoats, Suits, Shoes, Hats, Underwear,
Hosiery*|--whatevef you may need during
the next two years, we strongly urge that
you supply your needs in the immediate
The steadily advancing prices of all raw materials, the
ever increasing cost of skilled labor and its scarcity, the
necessity of providing for men in the service, combine to
advance all prices in clothing.
Men and Boys should take advantage of our large stocks,
the prices of which are based upon large contracts
placed before the war.
Today at this store you'll find
Overcoats in belted and ulster styles at
$17 to $35 and Suits $1 7 to $35
At these prices all-wool fabrics are used. We are convinced that this is the last
season when all-wool clothes will be offered at anywhere near these low prices.
Shoes $4*00 to $8.00
Even in cases of Shoes this store still offers large assortments in the best styles
at $5, $6.50 and $8. The best of leather and the best of workmanship is used in
all Shoes sold at this store.
Ou holiday Neckwear stock presents For men or young men. Many of the
an unusually attractive display of the most striking imported fabrics are used
very finest Cravats as well as new in our $1,00, $1.50 and $2.00 grades,
styles in the 50c and 75c ranges! Fur Caps are $3.50 to $10
DR. L. A. WAED
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. EINEE JOENSON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
i Bemidji, Minn,.
GRAHAM M. TORRANCE
Miles Block Phone 660
BEMIDJI The Reliable Clothiers MINN.
Attention! Ford Owners!
Bring your FORD,to us for free inspection. We'will give you.
an estimate of the cost to put it in first class shape for future use.
Through the month of December we will base all prices on
the set schedule of flat rate prices set by the FORD MOTOR
COMPANY, as used in the years 1916 and 1917. These prices
will be in effect up to January 1, 1918. After January 1, 1918 all
labor will be 90c per hour.
WRITE, TELEPHONE or cofe in. All work .guaranteed
you will save money by having your work done now.
W Jewett Company Inc.
AUTHORIZED FORD SALES AND SERVICE
Telephone 474 418-420 Beltrami Avenue
THURSDAY. DECEMBEE 6. 1917
DR. E. H.SMITH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Security Bank Bleck|p|
DBS. GILM0RE & McCANH
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
DR. G. M. PALMER
Office Phone 12f. Residence 346
Miles Block, Bemidji V^i
Have your work done now. Prices on everything are go-
ing up, and after January 1, 1918 we simply will be compelled
to raise prices. ,-v