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(Prepared and inserted bj and for
C. W. Vandersluls and to be paid for
at the rate of $10.00 for series.)
To the Voters:
At the earnest solicitation of a
large number of residents of this
olty, I have consented to again run
for the position of maror. I fcave
enforced the laws of the city, the
state and the nation during my pre-
vious terms and endeavored to keep
~thts city free from internal disturb
ers. I do not hesitate to sfand
squarely on my past record and there
is not an official act but what, should
the occasion again demand, will $
repeated... I Intend, If elected^ to
continue to endeavor to i&ake Be
midji a place in which It Is "pleasant
'-:Vto live and one which we can cor-
1\ dlally welcome visitors. I therefore
solicit the rote and support of each
lien at the coming election.
CHAa W. VANDER8LUI8.
ISlMl l' I
i-of !the United States Food Administration.)
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CHOPSTICKS ARE NOW PASSE
Chine** insanitary Method* of Eating
Affected by European and Amerl-
t-\ can Influenced
fancy yourself a guest for'the first
Jtlme at a Chinese dinner. In front of
yon, as yon seat yourself on your back
leju chair, are a small plate, a spoon
for soups, and a pair of chopsticks.
Of the Intricacies of the manipulation
of the latter nothing need here be said
It la a matter of practice. Bach course
|s brought on in a large dish and placed
In the center of the table. ThO ser|lce,
then, is simple each person scares
himself, and the service is direct|
Top -will, and so will everybody lis*
at that table, put your sticks lntofths
dish in the center, convey therefrom
food to your mouth, insert the slicks
Into your mouth as far as you choofe
and return to the center dish for nipre,
Nathaniel Pfeffer writes in World Out
look. By the time each guest has pad
three helpings it will require skillful
maneuvering to get a piece thatfbas
not been touched over by sticks |hat
have made at least two trips t at
least one other person's mouth.
The sanitary consequences aref ob
vious. As the chain is as strong as
ltr weakest Mnk, so the health of that
company is as good as that of Its sick
est guest. And If you have been
brought up under the tutelage of occi
dental doctors and. have an uncomfort
able knowledge of germs, your mind
dwells uncomfortably as yon eat, on the
condition of your fellow-guests, ttby
chance your vis-a-vis remarks^In pass
lag that he has a bad cold, yonr hun
ger may be appeased quite suddenly,
Little by little, however, this isf |fe-
Ing changed. Today in the homes of
many upper class Chinese, who have
been educated In Europe or America
or have come Into contact with foreign
Influences, the system of individual
dishes and individual service is com
ing more and more into use.
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Mat ropreate MAMuabto uniform rtandard, tftoafb titer* attrt
of noeMMty be ooastaat tuotuatlona In the market.
rtt la announced that this price Hat may be taken by other towns in .this
rictnlty as a guide, by addlngythe freight cost.
Furlough Means Mule?
The reading class was in session
and the word "furlough" occurred.
aUss Jones/the teacher, asked if any
little girl or boy knew the meaning
of the. word., -^~S, v. 'feS:
One small hand was raised.
"Furlough means a mule," sfjld the
child. ^'jji 'f'-fi.
"Oh, no, it doesn't," said th* teach
"Yes, ma'am," insisted the little
girt "I nave the book at home that
Miss Jones told the child' to bring
the book to school. The next morning
the child came armed: with a book and
showed a picture of a soldier riding a
mule, under which was the caption
"Going home on his. furlough."
MAKE MONE SELLING OIM
Our salesmen are making big
money selling the "Wllloco" Line of
High Grade Gasoline, Kerosene, Lu
bricating Oils, Grease, House and
Barn Paints, Auto Specialties,
Hog Oilers and Tank Heat
ers Direct to Consumers. We pay
our men liberally. WE WANT MEN
to sell our products in every commu
nity. Work spare time or all of the
time. No experience or capital re
quired. This is your opportunity.
White us today for our proposition.
WILLHELM OIL COMPANY.
St. Paul. Minnesota.
FOB CITY CLEBK
(Prepared and inserted by George
Stein and to be paid for'at th rate
of $10.00-'for..series.) "Z8f
For City Clerk.
My friends have urged me -to
again serve the city of Bemidji as
city clerk. I am particularly anxious
to prove myself worthy of the con
fidence you may bestow In me, should
you see fit to elect me to this im
If re-elected, I wish to give assur
ance that this office will have the
best of attention and that I will at
all times conduct it to the best in
terests of the city. Your support
is nearnestly solicited.
Ctty Clerk. 27 to 218
The Inbad Family^--by Cowan.
THE BEMXD7 1 DAILY PI0IE11
(Prepared for and Inserted by F.
B. Lamson and to nB paid for at the
rate of $10.00 for series.)
I am a candidate for city clerk
I am a taxpayer and feel a direct IP'
teresf in the growth and dOTtlQP
ment of our city. I have had twOlve
years active experience i an ac
countant and bookkeeper in county
auditors' offices in ine state. If
elected, I promise you honest, effi
cient and faithful service.
FRANK B. LAMSON.
28 to 218 i.
(Prepared and inserted by and for
Quincy Brooks and paid for at the
rate of 810.00 for series.)
To Bemidji Citizens:
Having been nominated by, the
voters of this city as a candidate
tor the office of Mayor of Bemidji,
I announce my candidacy for-that
|f electedv? my policy will be to ap
ply common-sense business principles
in the management of the city's af
fairs, and to perform my duties hon
estly and Impartially.
In so conducting the affairs of this
office I. promise the very hest efforts
of which I am capable. QUINCYJ
27 to 218
FOR ALDERMAN OF 5th WARD
and for 3. T. Hay
ward and to oe paid for at the rate
of $5.00 for series.)
At the earnest solicitation of my
friends, I have consented to become
a candidate for alderman.- of the
Fifth ward. I solicit your vote and
promise, if elected, to give,my best
of the city.and the ward I represent,
(Inserted by and for H. B. Palmer,
to be paid for at the rate of $5.00
At the urgent request of taxpay
ers of the city who desire a fair and
equitable assessment of the, city, I
have consented to run-forlhis im^
portant position. If elected, I prom
ise to use mr *est effortsr to .make
the assessment a just and correct
one, without favoritism or prejudice.
On that basis earnestly solicit the
support and votes of the people of
H. E. PALMER,
29 to 218
Advertisements In this column
cost half sect a word per issue, when
paid cash in advance. No ad will
be run for less than 10c per Issue.
Ads charged on our books jeosLone,JL_the
One hew wide tire, wagon.
One good second hand buggy.
One pair light bobs. With or with
out box. Cheap.
One new cutter sleigh/ for buggy
One spring tooth harrow.
3-room house and lot, only $36.00
cash and $10.00 per month no in
4-room house, $36.00 cash and
$12.00 per month. No interest.
6-room house, $60.00 cash and
$17.00 per month. No interest.
Beautiful 16-acre farm, hew live
room house, barn, Jlog house, wood
house, and splendid well *nd pump
12 acres cleared and fenced. Joint
my own farm in Nymore. Only $1,-
40-acre improved farm. Good
hardwood timfber land. Only 4%
miles out $1,600. Might trade for
Mete runabout in good running
order $150.00. Might trade.
40-acre improved farm 12 acres
under cultivation. Good five-room
house, good Jarn chicken house, fine
well with pump and firewood. Rent
$100.00 per year.
166-acre improved farm, 66 acres
under high state of cultivation, 12
acres tame meadow. Good house and
barn, good well. Rent $160JOO per
Five-room modern house including
heating plant. Rent $26.00.
8-room house on corner and three
lots. Rent only $86.00.
7-room house, fine location. A
good home. Rent $20.00.
6-room house and 2 acres of
ground. Rent $10.00.
If you want tp ouy*.sell bivJyade
land, city property or anything of
value, see me at once. I am the man
that can do the business.
E. J. WXLLTrS.
Phone 41 or 647. 116 3rd Street.
FOR SALEBirch cord wood, green,
$6.75* delivered. J- J. McCurdy,
507 Mittn. Ave., Bemidji. 6-218
FOR SALErSW of SW 40 acres.Of
Section 20 in the town, of North
ern, four miles north of Bemidji.
Approximately 600 cords of tam
arack wood oh it. F. J. Simpkinis,
Turtle River, Minn. j*-2 5
FOR SALE40-acre farm, "Durand
Twp., 2% nsiles north of Pupbsky:
Heavy,clay soil good house, well.
Will sell for $750. Nick Hpffner,
Puposky, Hinn. 6-216
FOR SALEIf taken at once. |l,v$0
takes 5-room partly modern cot
tage at 509 Minn. Ave. Will sell
for $2,000 oh time. J.C. Cobb,
Bemidji, Minn. 6-214
FOR SALE7-rpom house
ward: will sell cheap.
FOR SALEGarage 'business and va
riety stock in-Fifth.ward. Good
location. Phone 265-W. 6-214
FOR 8ALE$300.00 cash will buy
a four-room cottage in Fifth ward,
lot 60x140, wood shed and well.
A snap. Call 265-W. 6-2U
FOR. RENT-^-Mbdern:furnished room
with bath... Location central and
With private family: 1002~ Bel
trami avenge, corner. .Tenth St.
Telephone 639-W. 4-213
WANTEDMaiToyTlfarch 1. One
with a family to work on dairy
(arm-either by the season or the
year. Must be good dry hand
milker, good to stock and under
stand general farming. House,
wood and garden free. Apply A.
E. Rako, Bemidji, Minn. 3-213
WANTEDWoman wants work by
day or hour. Satisfaction
i HE SER6EAWT AND THE WISE ROOKIE
INVESTORS INVESTIGATEBecome a stockholder in
fastest growing business in Northern Minnesota.
On account of an ever increasing business, a limited
amountof Non-assessible Preferred stock at|10 par value
each, drawing 8 per cent per annum is offered to the
WEDNESDAY Will Be
Rye or Graham BREAQ
At Your Grocers
The Taste Tell:
I DAI APT LIVERY I
TO THE PUBLIC
Good teams and sleighs, careful drivers who know the
roads. We are prepared to furnish first class rigs day
or night, with or without drivers, on short notice. If you
want a rig for a reasonable price
Phone 164W or 20
TUESDAY. FEBEUABY 12. 19lct
guaranteed. Call Pioneer, 1-212
WANTEDCompetent gin ior gen
eral housework. Mrs. Phil 0111,
60S! Bemidji Ave. ^-^3
WOMEN WANTEDFull time sal
ary, $24, selling guaranteed hos-
A Sound, Safe Investment
i KOORS BROS. CO, 'i*.
iffi .1 Manufacturers & Jobbers of
Bakery Goods, Butter, Ice Cream, Candies
and Fountain Supplies
Bemidji, Write For An Appointment or Phone 626
NOTE: No application for less than 10 shares accepted.
Security State Bank, Bemidji, H. C. Baer.
Northern National Bank, Bemidji, W. L. Brooks.
Feed barn in connection. Special prices to sleigh ride
Between 4th and 5th on Miss. Ave.
Office Markham Hotel Bid*, Col. K.W. BEEVES, MGR
IF THEYCHEW VY-B CUT
THEY'RE ALWAYS SURE
TO BE HAPPYAND CON
Pa don't care how long the coal famine last
iery to wearer. ,&0.c an hour spare SVC
time. Big Baste* business. Bx-,../^
perlence unnecessary. Guaran^V
HE'S A KNOWING CUSS|