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THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 14, 1920
Cecil Holtonand Ruby Peterson
went to Bagley to shop.
Mrs. Ben rtredeson, who has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Solium .at Barnesville, returned to
her home at this place Wednesday.
A number of Shevlin young peo
ple attended the dance at Solway Sat
j* Carl Rauk and Conrad Paulson at-
''$ tended the movies at Bagley Thurs
Cora Johnson of Clearbrook spent
several days this week visiting at the
P. A. Noyes home.
George Berfield went to Bagley
Friday evening. On his return he
was accompanied by Harold Searles
and Bernice Berfield who attended
Teachers' Institute at Bagley last
Mrs. Oliver Barne3s, and a repre
sentative of the State headquarters
of the Red Cross held a meeting of
the Shevlin branch of the Red Cross
Wednesday afternoon, relative to hir
ing a county nurse. No definite ac
tion was taken, the matter to be de
cided later in the season.
Mrs. L. A. Larson, who has beer
visiting at the home of her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Torgerson ol
Clearbrook, returned to Shevlii
Thursday to help at the opening salt
of the Shevlin Mercantile Co.
Considerable improvement can be
noted in the Congregational church',
appearance. The Ladies' Aid society
thru" yie medium of sales, lunhes, etc
have raised funds and purchased ar
excellent set of pews for thV church
These were received some time age
and have just been installed. Anothei
minor improvement, but one which
adds greatly to the attractiveness of
the interior is the painting of the
church floor. .Much credit is due thf
Ladies' Aid in their splendid effort
to improve the church.
Dell Amadon of this place, and
Frank Scott of the township of Dud
ley, have accepted a road construc
tion Job jn the township of Dudley
Harvey Amadon took Harold Sear
les to Bagley Monday where he at
tended Teachers' Institute., He re
turned Sunday to resums his dutier
at the Hires school at Mallard.
Mrs. Ed. Wright of Bagley, spent
Saturday at the home of her parents
'Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wiench.
0. G. Lee and A. Kaiser were Shev
lin callers Wednesday.
Mr. and iMrs. Hilton Berquist left
Tuesday for Clearbrook, where Mr
Berquist will resume his duties at
the Clearbrook Mercantile Co. Mr
Beiquist has spent the last three'
weeks at Shevlin where he had
charge of the advertising for the
Grand Opening Sale of that institu
The new depot being built at this
place is rapidly nearing completion
The building is to he a fine addition
to the town with its tVo waiting
rooms, large freight room and manj
other features Shevlin can justly be
proud of this building since it give?
a stranger on entering the town
good impression of the village.
Agnes Anderson of Gonvlck visitec
Dorothy N/oyeg Thursday.
"Hank" (Hanson motored to Be
midji, Thursday to attend to busi
Those worn Bagley who attended
the opening sale at the Shevlin Mer
cantile Co. on Saturday were Mrs.
Albert Kaiser, Mrs. Roscoe Kaiser
and Albert Kaiser, Jr., Mr. and Mrs
E. H. Reff, Miss Bryce, Jean Jones
Mrs." Chas. 'Wright, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis iHelseth, Edna ^Geer, iMr. and
Mrs. Eli Sletten and Mrs. O. G. Lee
Mr. Fritchie has some excellent
bookings in the motion picture line
for Shevlin this winter. He has eight
reels of Madge Kennedy's pictures
a number of Louis Benneson's, and
Bill Hart's. In adition he will put
on some of Rex Beach's famous
stories, such as the "Silver Horde,"
etc. The show which he put on Wed
nesday night, "Dr. Jekyll and Mr
Hyde," was excellent and people of
Shevlin can rest assured that thej
are getting the same pictures as are
being shown in the larger towns
since this picturs was shown at the
iRex theatre in ^.Bemidji the same
night as Shevlin people saw it.
A large number of people attended
the Congregational Ladies' Aid at
the Pitt home on Wednesday. Ar
rangements were made for the annual
sale to be heldl in the Woodman hall
next month. A special meeting has
been arranged for Saturday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Bill Gordon
when details will be planned for the
sale. All members are requested to
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Baum of Bagley,
spent Monday at Shevlin visiting at
the home of Mrs. Baum's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Pitt.
Mr. and Mrs. K. Eldevik went to
Bagley Monday to attend to ousi
County commissioner Louis Even
voll went to Bagley Tuesday.
Dell Miller has taken his thresh
ing outfit to Ebro, where he will
have several weeks threshing.
F. A. Noyes went to Clearbrook
^Monday and purchased an Oakland
Six! touring car.
The Grand Onening Sale of the
Shevlin Mercantile company held on
Friday and Saturday was a big suc
cess. People from Mallard, Neving,
Zerkle attended to taking advantage
of the bargins offered.
As an added feature to the sale,
music was furnished during the two
days by Mr. and Mrs. J. Tremblay
of Bagley. Miss Hanson of Cass Lake
I had a number of new fall coats and
hats, which gave the women the ad
vantage of being able to purchase the
ttame styles as are being shown in
the larger shopping centers
Mrs. Sivertson of Clearbrook served
roffee and cookies in the basement of
the store. Omar coffee and Loose
Wiles cookies were demonstrated Mr
Sivertson took charge of the grocery
department during the two days.
Many excellent bargains were of
fered, and all goods not listed at a
special price, was lowered ten per
cent in price.
Those who helped in other depart
ments were: Milton Berquist, Clear-
brook, dry goods Signa Sletten, dry
goods Devere Wilson, hardware.
Mr. and Mb. Carwright of Bag
ley visited with friends in Shevlin
TO DARKEN HAIR
APPLY SAGE TEA
Look Young! Bring Back Its
Natural Color, Gloss and
Common garden sage brewed into
a heavy tea with sulphur added, will
turn gray, streaked and faded hair
beautifully dark and luxuriant. Just
a few applications will prove a revel'
ation if your hair is fading, streaked
or gray. Mixing the Sage Tea and
Sulphur recipe at home, though, is
troublesome. An easier way is to
get a bottle of Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur Compound at any drug stojpe
all ready for use. This is the old
rime recipe improved by the addition
if other ingredients.
While wispy, gray, faded hair is
lot sinful, we all desire to retain
jur youthful appearance and attrac
tiveness. By darkening your hair
with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound, no one can tell, because it
Joes it so naturally, so evenly. You
just dampen a sponge or soft brush
with it and draw this through your
hair, taking one small strand at a
time by morning all gray hairs have
disappeared, and, after another ap
plication or two, your hair becomes
eautifull dark, glossy, soft and
"OUCH THA OL
Get out your bottle of Sloan'a
Liniment and knock the pain
ready for that last
were you? stiff, sore,
lull of rheumatic twinges?
You should have had a bottle of
Sloan's Liniment handy that would
have penetratedwitlwutrubbing, warmed
and soon eased up the muscles,
quieted the jumpy, painful, affected
part and brought gratifying relief.
Helpful in attacks of lumbago, sciat
ica, external soreness, stiffness, strains,
aches, sprains. Get a bottle at your
druggistV*35c, 70c, $1.40.
CAN HAVE A FAIR COMPLEXION
If .your skin is pale and colorless if
yon have Pimples, Blotches, Black
heads, Liver Spots, Yellow or Sallow
Skin-then it will pay every woman to
50 to her nearest druggist and obtain
a package of Mother Nature's gentle
tonic, the famous Bulgarian Blood
Tea. This pure all-herb preparation
taken once or twice a week just be
fore bedtime will eliminate the body
poisons from the system and cause
the blood stream to surge with rich
pure blood. Bulgarian Blood Tea reg
ulates the bowels, stimulates the liver,
flushes the kidneys, aids digestion and
sweetens the stomach. Bulgarian
Blood Tea taken steaming hot at bed
time kills Colds, guard against Influ
enza and Pneumonia. Sold by all
druggists and grocers everywhere.
THE VERY BEST TIME to
take Doctor Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery is now, if you feel
that your blood is out of order.
Don't wait until you have to cure
disease it's easier and better to
With, the first blotches or
eruption, or the dullness, weari
ness and depression that are
some of the symptoms, you need
this tonic. It will rouse organs
into healthy action, thoroughly
cleanse and repair your system,
and build up needed flesh, health,
and strength. Druggists sell "Dis
covery" in tablets or liquid.
Gives a brilliant glossy shine that
does not rtib off or dust offthat
anneals to the ironthat lasts four
times as long as any other.
is in a class by itself. It'* mora
carefully made and made
from better materials.
TryIt on your parlor
stove, yourcook store
or your sua range.
If you dont find it
(hebeetpoliabyou ever used, your
grocer/ dealer is
catbonzed to re-
CLASSIFIE DEPARTMENT S
FOR RENTFurnished, room, suit
able for two gentlemen. 315 Amer
ica avenue. ldlO-14,
FOR RENT3 room house. Call Sal
vatidn Army, or 1014 Doud avenue.
Mrs, Zender., 3U0-14
FOR RENTrWJwJehouse located on
M. & I. track^V See J. E. Chris
tensen at Hotel' Dafton or address
Rosaoder & Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
FOR RENTby The Pbelps"Agency,
Troppman bldg. Office room, new
ly decorated, water and lights, just
across from City Hall A-l loca
tion, 404 Minnesota ave. |25 per
LOST AND FOUND
FOUNDSmall amount of money.
Apply A. L. Collard, harness shop.
LOSTHub cap of a Cole car. Return
to Wm. McCuaig, for reward.
LOSTSmall white Angora kitten
with blue eyes. Is deaf. Return
to 422 Minnesota avenue. 2U0-13
LOSTWhite Angora cat, lost three
months ago-. Return to 422 Min
nesota avenue for reward. 2U0-J.3
Woman Water Carrier.
The "fellaha," the woman water
carrier, for centuries nn institution in
the Holy land, is threatened with ex
tinction because of the use of water
carts, gi-owinrf popular through the de
mands of sanitary measures.
The picturesque water carrier, glid
ing along the streets in her colorful
costume, with a vase of water bal
anced on her head, may soon become
WHEN YOU WAKE
UP DRINK BUSS
OF HOT WATER
Wash poisons and toxins from
system before putting
food into stomach.
Wash yourself on the inside before
breakfast like you do on the outside.
This is vastly more important be
cause the skin pores do not absorb
impurities into the blood, causing
illness, while the bowel pores do.
For every ounce of food taken into
the stomach, nearly an ounce 41
waste material must be carried out
of the body. If this waste is not
eliminated day by day it quickly fer
ments and generates poisons, gases
and toxins which are absorbed or
sucked into the blood stream, through
the lymph ducts which should suek
A splendid health measure is to
drink, before breakfast each day, a
glass of hot water with a teaspoonful
of limestone phosphate in it, which
is a harmless way to wash these pois
ons from the stomach, liver, kidneys
and bowels thus cleansing, sweeten
ing and freshening the alimentary
canal before eating more food.
A quarter pound of limestone
phosphate coats but very little at the
drug store, but is sufficient to make
anyone an enthusiast on inside bath-
Jut at Good for CallutM. Monty
Back if it Fails.
Don't be bossed through life by a pesky
corn or callus. Don't let a corn tell 70a
when to alt down. Dont wear shoes (00
larpe for you because a corn says 700
must. Get rid of the darned thine.
"PMstfca Whole Can ftfelrt Off
Rid of it"
It's a revelation to corn sufferers, the
wonderful wny that "Gets-It" banishes
corns. Spend two minutesthat's allto
apply 2 or 3 drops to any corn or callus.
The pain will stop Instantly. In a few
seconds the rorn dries light op. Soon
it has loosen *o you can peel It off In
one complete piece, root and all.
"rtets-It"is sold byall druggists money
back on request, costs but a trifle. Mfd.
by E f^swrence A Co., Chicago.
Sold in Bemidji and recommended
as the world's best corn remedy by
Barker's Drag Store and Boardman's
Corner Drug Store.
THE BEMIDJI DAILY) PIONEER
WANTp| TO RENTHouse, four to
seven rHjms. Call 17-F-3.
Man or woinan wanted, salary $36,
full time. 75c an hour spare' time,
selling guaranteed hosiery to wear
er. Experience unnecesoary. Guar
anteed Mills, Norristown, Pa.
WANTED TO RENTSmall farm
near Bemidji with at least 15 acres
under cultivation, for 1921. Ad
"dress Edward L. Willscott, general
delivery, Aberdeen, S D. 4tl0-14
WANTEDKitchen girl at Rex Cafe.
FO RSALE One Buick Six1
for at time of insertion will be charged for at ONE .CENT a word, and then only to those having open accounts on
our books. No ad taken for less than fifeen cents. JYhen other methods fail try a Pioneer want advertisement.
TO BUtA small house
for cash. E. M. jSathre, pffice tele
phone!^ farm telephone 19-F-13,
WANTED-Position in general store
by young man. Two years experi
ence. 'Albert Narum, EJrskine,
Minn. IJV I 4dlO-J.5
WANTEDKitchen girl for Third
street Cafe. Eight hour shift.
WANTEDAn experienced sales
lady. Inquire at the Bazaar Store.
WANTED-rrCompetent girl fdr gener
al housework. No washing. 1113
Bemidji ave. 10-8tf
FOR SALEHousehold furniture,
complete. Call at 921 Dewey ave
FOR ANY kind of real estate deal, HM
or write B. J. Wlllita, 218 ltraml
Are. Phone 41. lJSiaii
tires, in good shape, cheap if taken
at once. Motor Inn 10tl0-26
FOR SALEGood driving horse,
weight sbout nine-fifty. Price $50.
Mis. Crouse, Fernhill, Minn.
FOR SALE150 feet of heavy wire
fencing. Also 20 cedar posts. In
quire 1105 Dewey avenue or
phone 6&7-J. 3U0-14
FOR SALE-^-Two TJMnch Iron pul
lies, worth wholesale $4 50 a piece,
may be bought for $2.75 each. Call
at Pioneer office. 9-29tf
FOR SALE'Big type Dur^-Jersey
spring boar. Cherry King line
Pedigree furnished. H. L. Arnold,
FOR SALEOne bay horse, milch
cow, heifer 1% years, 2 spring
heifers, Iowa Dairy separator. M.
H. Shook, phone 6-F-14. 6U0-19
FOR SALEOne 13%-Inch iron pul
ly, worth wholesale, $4.35, can be
bought for $3.50, if taken at once
Inquire at Pioneer office. 9-29tf
FOR SALESee the Bemidji Sta
tionery store for rubber 'stamps
fac simile signature stamps, no
tarial seals and corporation seals
FOR SALEA quantity of used lum
ber. Includes 2x6, 2x8, 2x10, 2x
12, and heavier dimension* Apply
secretary of Civic and Commerce
FOR SALE5-passenger Patterson
touring car nearly new tires first
class running order, $250. Call
601 Minnesota ave., or write Jim
Fish, Bemidji. 6tl0-14
FOR SALE]by The Phelps Agency,
Troppman 'bldg. Good team,
weighing about 3,000 Jbs. har
ness, wagon, dump boards 2 racks,
sled, blankets, $400, if taken at
FOR SALETwo 12-inch pullies for
$3.60 one 8-inch pully, $1.50 two
7-lnch pullies for $3.00 one 6-
inch pully for $1.25 ona,graduate
speed pully, $5.00 and one 9-inch
pully for $2.00. These are all good
iron pullies in good condition. Also
some shafting and one large wood
en pully wheel for $5 00. If in
terested in any of the above call at
the Pioneer office. 9-29tf
FOR SALEI am now offering my
purebred registered Shorthorn bull
for sale He is a good one and of
good breeding Color dark red.
Coming 4 years old and weighs
about 1,600. Will sell reasonable
as I cannot use him any longer.
Anyone interested in a good sire of
that breed will write or call M.
F. Blix, Leonard, Minn. Farm 4
miles northeast of town.
5UKTIN GPARENTS OF
(By United Press)
Geneva, Switzerland. (By Mail.)
The League of Red Cross Societies
has mailed broadcast the names and
addresses of the 780 Russian refugee
children who recently left New York
for the last lap to their native capi
It was believed parents of many
'of the children, or at least some of
fheir relatives and friends, might still
be living, although efforts by charit
able societies to find most of them
so far hare been In. vaiff--
FOR ANY KIND of real estate deal,
see or write Willits & Olson.
FOR SALENine-room residence,
close in on Lake shore. John F.
LOTS OF HOUSESLet us sell you
one. Come to our office and see
our bargain signs. Willits & Olson.
FOR SALEby The Phelps Agency,
Troppman bldg. Good 5-room house,
barn and garage, lot 50x140, $2,-
600, $1,000 cash, balance to suit.
FOR SALEBy the Phelps Agency,
Troppman bldg. Good 5-room
house, full basement, 1 acre of
ground, $1,200, $600 cash, balance
to suit. 5tl0-18
FOR SALE3By the Phelps Agency,
Troppman bldg. Good 5-room
house, all modern, except bath
good garage an dbarn, lot 50x140
$3,000, one-half cash, balance to
FOR SALELiberal terms, good 7-
room house modern except heat
in excellent condition lot 100x140
ft. garage and wood sTied can
give immediate possession. Inquire
623 Mississippi avenue. 5tl0-R
FOR SALEby Prelps Agency, Tropp
man bldg. A dandy 4-room bun
galow, all modern except heat, $3,-
200. We have many others at ex
ceptionally low prices. Call and see
FOR SALE:S-room residence full
basement two porches electric
lights good well water on 28 lot
tract all well fenced shade trees
all under cultivation -lot one
block one Heffron addition. A. W.
Almquist, Laporte, Minn. 9-15tf
FOR SALEOne bed room suite. In
quire at 1107 Beltrami avenue
FOR SALE5 acrev all under culti
vation. Corner Dalton and 14th
street. A bargain. Phone 806-J.
FOR SALEOne hundred twenty
acre farm. Improved. Seven and
one-half miles from Bemidji. John
F. Gibbons. 6U0-20
LOTS OF FARMSLet us sell you
one. Come to our office and look
over our bargain signs. Willits &
FARM FOR SALEBy the Phelps
Agency, Troppman bldg. 80 acres
of cut over land in Hubbard coun
ty, town 144, range 44. $12 per
FARMS FOR SALEby The Phelps
Agency, Troppman bldg.
160 acres, 1^4 mile from Wilton,
5% miles from Bemidji, Vz mile
from Jefferson highway. 18 acres
cleared 18 acres good meadow,
120 acres fenced with good net
wide and three top wires. Good
7-room frame house good shed
16x48 barn 14x18 log house, 14x
18. A-l soil. $35 per acre, $1,-
500 cash, balance in 3 years at 8
160 acres, 10 miles north of Be
rn ldpi on good roads mile from
school good frame house big
barn granery chicken house hog
house and A-l root house. 65
acres under plow. Well fenced. At
$50 per acre one-half cash, bal
ance to suit
172 acres at Clearwater, Minn.,
Leon township *25 acres under
cultivation 75 acres of good hay
meadow balance timber. Fair
buildings At $35 per acre, two
thirds cash, balance to suit.
40 acres cut over land, 7 miles
from Bemidji on- Hubbard coun
ty line, $1,700. $1,200 cash, bal
ance to suit. 6110-14
THE PIONEER WANT ADS
quality of our
has won the esteem
of our fellow
detail is in the
hands of a capable
staff trained to
their special call
PHDKF 317 W ^17, BEMIDJI
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FOR SALECITY PROPERTY
'T?r *v "Tri"sr"5 T-r
Loys-l Order of
MOOSE, No. 1452,
Meets first & third
Tues. each month
Cor. Minnesota Ave. and Third St.
8 p. m. Visiting brothers specially
invited. C. B. Hoyt, Sec'y.
Regular Business, Social Evening
Bemidji Lodge No. 119,
I. O. O. F., Beltrami
Ave. and 4th St., meets
every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock.
W. H. Rice, Tel. 22F-11
R. A. Hannah, Rec. Sec, Tel 71QW
HUFFMAN & (PLEARY
H. N. M'KEE, Funeral
PHONE 178-W or
TELL IT WITH
Pictures tell stories best
pictures are the universal
language. So tell your story
with photographs, views,
portraits, post cards, kodak
A. A. RICHARDSON
Rich Fortsait Studio, 29 10th St.
Popular priced quality portraits.
Quality kodak finishing. Prints
only 3c, 4c, 5c, 6c post cards 5c.
Why pay more?
B. A. K0LBE
The Best That Money
Corner Eleventh and Doud
If it's up to date cars
and careful drivers
you want, call
77 PHON E 77
Don't dodge our
Dodge taxi. The most
up to date service car
in the city.
Mon*9 bsek without question
If HUNTS Salv* fall* in tha
reatnwnt of ITCH, BCZBMA.
RINGWORM. TETTER or
othar Itchlmr akin dfaaatM.
%tr a cant,box at our rlak.
Boardman's Corner Drag Store
Bemidji Floral Co.
CUT FLOWERS AND
Given to Mail Orders
NEW KAPLAN BUILDING
!t-* ^tj***}*2.!i. i*2*B
DR3. JOHNSON A BORRESON
Physician* and Surgeons
A. V. GARLOCK, M. D.
DR. E. H. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon
Office Security Bank Block
DRS. GILMORE A MeCANN
Physicians and Surgeons
Offics Miles Block
DR. H. A. NORTHROP
Ibertson Blk Office Phone 153W
C. R. SANBORN, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office: Miles Block
House Phone 449 Office Phone II
DR. A. DANNENBERG
Hoars10 to 12 a. m. 1:30
5. Other hours by appointment
Phono 401-W Calls Mads
1st National Bank Bldg. Bamlojl
DR. E. A. SHANNON, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Offloa In Mayo Block
rtione .398 Res. Phon* 117
Drs. Marcum & McAdory*
Physicians and Surgeons
Barker Block, Third St.
House11-12 a. m, S-S p. m.
PhonesOffice 802, Res. til
DR. L. A. WARD
Physician and Surgeon
DR. J. W. DIEDRICH
PhoncaOffice 37-W. Rea. J7t-B
DR. G. M. PALMER
Dentist and Orthodontist
Office and Hospital S doors west
of Troppman'a. Phone No, SOI
3rd Street and Irvlns Ave.
Dr. W. K. DenlBonDr. D. R. Burgeaa
nurssov a svmopss
Phones: Office 8-R Res. 91
E. M. SATHRE
Buys Small Houses for cash
and sells them on small
D. H. FISK, Attorney at Lav
Office, Northern National Bank Blflg.
Phone 111. Collections a apsouUty
Cloths* Olsamars for Msa. W
REYNOLDS & WINTER
2 12 Baltranti ATSSU*
MARKHAM COFFEE SHOP
Markham Hotel Building
HOT MEALS DAILY
Breakfast 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Dinner ....11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Supper 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Lunches prepared and served
to order. Open from 7. a.m. to