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ft. WHAX SOCIETY
Tire -Sewing, Bee of the Swedish
imthwaa^eJiurch held a meeting at
the tone* of Mrs:- John Moberg last
Tuesday, where* tney. planned a eup
pfif to be held in the church October
The-WiWiaffWorkers Aid will meet
tomorrow aiternon at the home of
Mrs. Charles Ganz in the Fifth ward.:
Lunch will be- served. All are weir
I PERSONALS AND 1
NEWSY NOTES I
Good supper at the.i Presbyterian
church tomorrow evening. lt912
$50^000 to loan on. rarms. Dean
Land Co. d71tf
Mteses Tillie JoliBeon and A. Cole
man of I^a-vinia visited with friends
in Bexaldji- Tuesday.
If-you want-a-car call Enterprise
Auto Co.- Office phone 1, residence
M*. anAMrst A. B. Witting hare
returned froraf St.- Paul, where they
attended the state fair.
Misses Cowley and Agnes Arnold
-of-Turtle 'River- were between train
shoppers iw Bemidji yesterday.
Miss Tinaie, Pendergast of Lake
Plantagenet transacted business in
the city -Tuesday
Mrs.- B- J. Evens of- Schoolcraft
was .among-the out-of-town shoppers
in. Bemidji yesterday.
One of. these-nice days you ought
to to\Hakkerup's and have your
picture taken. 14tf
The government says, "Pictures
can help win the war," Portraits, ko
dak prints: Rich studio^ 29 10th St.
Pefris Knapp, and carl Tennstrom
have returned from Milwaukee and
other'points- where they have been
the past six weeks.
Mrs. J. C. Cobb of Bramen, who has
spent the-past few days in the city at
tending to business matters, has re
turned to her home.
Mis. W. B. Moody of Rochester,
who has- spent the past month visit
ing relatives at Clearbrook, was in
Bemidji yesterday enrouite to hea*
Mrs. W. R.Ware and three .chil
dren of-. Glearbrook, who have visited
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ARE YOU IN NEED OF
Call at Pioneer Office
Phones 922 and 923
GOOD WORK IS
1 1 I a MM-FU'H I1 'l^'l
friends at Little Fork for the past
two weeks, was in Bemidji yesterday
enroute to her home.
Don't forget the Christian Endeav
or supper at the Presbyterian church
tomorow evenig tickets, adults
35c, children 26c. It912
The Christian Endeavor will serve
supper at the Presbyterian church,
from 6:00 to 8:00 o'clock tomorrow
evening. Everybody welcome.
Mrs. Thomas Crew left yesterday
for Ponca, Neb., where she expects to
spend the winter. Mrs. Crew has
made her home with her daughter,
.Mrs. C. A. Knapp and family for the
past two years.
TO HHE KIDNEYS
Take a Tablespoonful of Salts
If Back Hurts or Bladder
We are a nation of meat eaters
and our blood is filled with uric acid,
says a well-known authority, who
warns us to be"'. constantly on guard
against kidney trouble.
The kidneys do their utmost to
free the blood of this irritating acid,
but become weak from the overwork
they get sluggish the eliminative tis
sues clog and thus the waste is re
tained in the blood to poison *the
When your kidneys ache and feel
like lumps of lead, and you have
stnging pains in the back or the urine
is cloudy, full of-sediment, or the
bladder- i-irritable, obliging-you to
seek relief during the night when
you have severe headaches, nervous
and dizzy, spells, sleeplessness, acid
stomach or rheumatism in bad' weath
er, get from your pharmacist about
lour ounces, of Jad Salts take a
tablespoonful in a glass of water be
fore breakfast each morning.and in
a few days your kidneys will act fine.
This famous salts is made from the
acid of grapes and lemon juice, com
bined with- lithia, and has been used
for generations to flush and stimulate
clogged kidneys, to neutralize the
acids in urine so it is no longer a
source of irritation, thus ending urin
ary and bladder disorders.
Jad Salts is' inexpensive and can
not injure makes a delightful effer
vescent lithia-water drink, and no
body can make- a mistake by taking
a little occasionally to keep the kid
neys clean and active.
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THURS0rE^trfINe ^EPTEMBER 12T, 1918 THE BEM1DJI DAILY PIONEER
This- i9 one of the Swift &i Cottipany
Branch House Men.
They are all pretty much alike in the
way they feel toward their v.crkand that
is. whattfiis-ad is about.
'''Tbejrknow that-most people couldn't
get-such good rrnrat prompt1
djiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiumiiiiiiiuijs I At TH E -j
In "The Firefly of France,", the new
Paramount picture starring Wallace
Reid with Ann Little, which will be
shown at the Grand* tonight, thework
of an intrepid birdman forms 'the
basis of a story that sets the blood
tingling and makes one of the*most
interesting pictures that has been
seen here in many weeks.
It concerns a German spy whose
plot against the Allies is frustrated
by a daring young American,, who
saves important papers obtained by
the firefly, an aviator with the French
army. A dainty love story relieves
the strain of the constant suspense
and thrill. It is a picture to make
spectators sit on the edges of their
chairs and hold their breath contin
uously throughout the development of
the stirring story.
The Allied Official 'War Review
will also he shown in connection: with
the feature film.
"Marked Cards" will be the offer
ing at the Grand tomorrow with
Margery "Wilson in the lead role.
The. story of how a clever woman
will take advantage of the human
race generally. This is a Triangle
drama in five.reels. Added to this
feature is a two reel Keystone com
"THE SILENT WITNESS."
Well maintained suspense, events
that hold the spectator and a dra
matic climax are elements that make
"The Silent Witness" a picture wor
thy of the Hoffman-Foursquare
brand. lit will be shown.at the Rex
The story concerns the trial of a
young man who imagines he has
killed a college-mate in defending
the good name of his mother.
Brought to trial, the defendant faces
the district attorney not knowing
that he is his own father.
The author has handled the'story
with skill and discretion and the re
sult is said to be a feature of the
A good comedy is also on the bill.
"It it's a Bluebird its got to be
good," is the slogan of the Bluebird
brand of photo productions, and
CRAWFORD & ANDERSON
Wishes to announce that they are
now buying Live Stock and will pay
highest market prices.
v\ Office at 203 Third Street, Bemidji 1
The Branch House-Man
and in good
condition if it weren't for the branch houses
of which they- axe in, charge.
They-know-that th& brntich house is
one-of the most important lini in the chain
of preparing and distributing meat for a
They know that Swift & Company must
have its' branch hotrses run at the hest
notch of usefulness that even a Sv. ift &
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
"Hungry Eyea" at" the Rex theatre
tomorrow is a Bluebird. Monroe Sal
isbury and Ruth Clifford are seen in
the lean roles of this Rupert Julian
production, which is a quick-on-the
trigger drama of love and regenera
tion. It is filled with gripping scenes,
one where two woman who loved the
hero dearly bend together over the
prostrate form while his life hung in
RED CROSS NOTES
The Red Cross auction sale, which
takes place at the county fair prom
ises to be one of the big successes of
the year. "The Red Cross committee,
led by Mrs. G. M. Torrance is making
plans for a big feature event.
Townspeople as well as farmers are
making plans to bring something for
the Red Cross auction. Some will
bring wood, hay, pigs, chickens, cows,
butter,' potatoes, fruits, grains, old
clothes, furniture, dishes, farm imple
ments, etc., etc.
The Red. Cross chapter has also
been advised that all exhibits will be
donated to the Red Cross auction,
where everything will be sold to the
Auctioneers are being selected and
a lively contest for favorite articles
is evident. Those who have some
thing to offer will be kind enough to
bring it to the fair grounds, where
a tent has been provided and under
which all donations will be housed.
There is something for you In the
Want Ad column today. Is on the
Our Boys in France
The men on the firing line represent
the pick of our American -youth. One
in four rt our boys at home was sick,
rejected because of physical deficiency.
Many times the kidneys were to blame.
-If'we wish to prevent old age com
ing on t'-o sor.n, or if we want to in
crease our chances for a long life, Dr.
Pierce of the Surgical Institute, Buf
falo, N. Y., iays that we should drink
plenty of water daily between meals,
Then procure at the nearest drug store,
Anuric (double strength)- The cost is
60c. This "An-uric" drives the uric
acid out and cures backache and rheu
If we wish to keep our kidneys in
the best condition a diet of milk and
vegetables, with only little meat once a
day, is the most suitable. Drink plenty
of pure water, take Anuric three times
a day for a month. You can obtain a
trial package of Anuric by sending 10c
to Dr. V. M. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
,'Sx. PAUL, MINN."I just want to say
that Anuric has
done for me what
many other rem
edies have utterly
failed to do. For
ofcer thirty years I
rheumatic pain 3.
At times I would
have theni in my
b/ack, then they
would start in my
left shoulder and
rnn down into my
arms, also in my left side extending
down the limb to my ankle. I can't be
,gjn to tell how much I suffered dur
ing this time. A short time ago I heard
of Dr. Pierce's Anuric. I have only
taken one bottle of the tablets and today
have not a pain or an ache. I cannol
say enough in its praise."JOHN EVEN
SON, 1069 Greenbrier Avenue.
Company*branch house won't Tun itself, and
that it isfup to the branch house man to
run it properly.
Any branch house man who doesn't
see his work in this light is transferred to
some othec place with Swift & Company to
which he-is belter adapted.
They are picked men, these branch
house men. Every time you sit down to a
steak or chop, or cut of roast, you can give a
grateful thought to the whole crew of tham.
Andi remember, in a general way, that
everything that makes life smoother and
more convenient for you, is the result Of the
thoughtfuloess and effort of a lot of people
of whom you have never heard.
J!^BSU I III
Cretinism Made Curable.
Study of the functions of the thy
roid gland in animals has1
this class of idiots,can be cured. For
merly they were hopeless and re
mained through life semi-imbeciles.
Now extract of sheep's thyroid is
given to them and the perverted
growth and mental dullness are
checked and the children become nor
N. L. HAKKERDP i
Photos Day and Night
Third St. Bemidji
FRANK LA. 6'COMHOA,
scEfte i* "THE SILENT. WtTNES$*
A HOFFMAN-FOURSQUARE SUPERPICTURE
The Dramatic Triumph Which Stirred New York During Its
Added FeatureGOOD COMEDY
Monroe Salisbury and
In Rupert Julian's Masterly Production
If It's a Bluebird It's Got to Be Good
Waste Not, Our Country Needs It!
If you have any old RUBBERS, COPPER, BRASS,
IRON or RAGSnotify me and I will call for them in any
part of the city and Nymore. Just telephone Goldberg,
I also guarantee to pay the market price, so don't
throw away your old articles. They are worth money.
We buy HIDES and FURS and pay freight on all 100
pound shipments or over to out of town shippers.
112 Third Street Telephone 638-W Bemidji, Minn.
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fHURSDAY, SEPT. 12^Shows Start 730 and O
With ANN LITTLE
In Paramount Picture
'The Firefly of France"
The story deals with the adventures of a rich young
American who joins the Ambulance Corps "somewhere
in France," and who becomes entangled in the plottings
of several German spies.
ALLIES' OFFICIAL WAR REVIEW