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WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 1, 192^
Ered Larson of Newfolden spent
Tuesday here on business.
(Friday, |7.50 bats, special, $2.98 at
s^8. H. Paul of Big Falls was a vis
itor in this city yesterday.
Take home a brick of Koor's Ice
.Pjhiilip- Mattson of Nevis was a Be
rn idJT" visitor yesterday.
Orville Gowdy of Big Falls spent
Tuesday here on business.
Fresh sweet milk and cream, sold
at Ganter'a bakery. 10-6tf
B. A. Ross of Nary, was a between
train-visitor here Tuesday.^.
N. P. Kolkman of Melrose spent
Tuesday in the city on business.
Adolph^ielgaas of Boy River was a
day here on business yesterday.
Mrs. E. A. Grier of Tenstrike, spent
the day in the city with friends.
G. H. Warner of Brainerd was a
.business visitor in Bemidji yesterday.
0. M. Davidson of Crookston was
a Bemidji business visitor yesterday.
150,000 to loan on-farms. Tht
Dean Land Co., Bemidji, Minn.
-B. T. Foote of Boy River was a
business visitor in Bemidji on- Tues-
Mr?. A. D. Brown of Redby, was a
visitor with Bemidji friends on Mon
Auto livery and taxi, day and night
service. Phone No. 1. Enterprise
Auto Co. lnionl2-23
L. H. Nelson and Olo Olson of Lit
tleS*uk were Tuesday business visit
A. car load of New York Baldwin
apples, $1.95 per bushel
O. H. Bergh and John Peters of
Grand Rapids were business visitors
Suits dyed, "$3.50 army overcoats
dyed, $3.50. Model Dry Cleaners, 309
Third street. ll-17tf
Fried spring chicken dinner at M.
E. Church Saturday evening, Decemb
er. 4, from 5:30 to 8:00. 3dl2-3
Esther Hemple of Tenstrike, is a
guest of the J. C. Parker home on
Minnesota avenue this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ireland of
Ver*ridale were among the out of town
callers in Bemidji on Tuesday.
MrsfH. E. Torne, Mrs. L. B. Gal
braith and Mrs. Johnson of Cass Lake
were Tuesday callers in Bemidji.
Miss Fern Minnick had 'the misfor
tune to fall while skating last even
ing and sprain her wrist quite badly.
Slab wood, ?3.50 per cart load. 16
inch Jack pine in the round, ?6.50
per cart load. Bemidji Mfg. Co.
Phone 481. H12-1
A square meal plusfrie chicken
at the M. E. Church Saturday from
5:30, to 8:00 p. f. Bring your fam
iGebrge W. Rhea left last evening
for Duluth and Minneapolis on busi
ness.. He expects to return on Fri
Miss Jean Newton arrived in the
city on Tuesday for a visit with her
mother. Mrs. A.. C. Newton, who is
ill at the hospital.
When yon next need feed try the
Courtney Seed & Feed Co., where
prices are right. At Grlnager's Gro
cery on 3rd street. 9-9tf
Thursday special sale on percale
and outing flannel. Long sleeve house
gowns, $2.50 and $3.50 value, special
$1.98 at Troppmans. 3tl2-3
8pot cash paid for Liberty Bonds.
See O. B. Hooley at Northern Gro
cery Co., during the day, or at the
Markham hotel evenings. 7-29tf
Mrs. H. O'Dell of Owatonna, was
in the city yesterday en route to
Northern for an extended visit with
her son, Chester O'Dell.
The big treat of the year will be
the fried spring chicken dinner at
the M. E. church Saturday from 5:30
to 8 p. m. Make your plans to be
there. 3d 12-3
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Brit ton of Can-
N. D., were visitors in the. city
Tuesday en route to points in Penn
sylvania for an extended* visit.
more acceptable than a beautiful
Christmas cards. See the splendid as
sortment at the Pioneer Stationery
Store. We engrave or print them.
The price Is reasonable. ll-13tf
Tie ladies of the M. E. Chuwm will
hold a fancy goods Christmas sale at
the new Third Street Cafe all day
Saturday. They'll be hundreds of
things for Christmas gifts. Step in
as you pass by. Lunch will also be
^s^HBjtw Drs. Larson & Larson,
JpMBM bled with*
nervousness or eye dis, 5
orders of any kind, needing glasses
or glasses repaired, consult them.
Artificial eyes fitted.
N.- E. Given left last evening on a
business trip to the twin cities.
"No God, no Sin, no Future Life,"
had ueen their creed. 6U2-4
Mrs. J. W. Naugle entertained a
few ladies at her home on Sixth street
very informally yesterday afternoon
in honor of Mrs. C. I. Bay.
Mrs. P. E. Welch and Mrs. Arthur
Mathews of Ortonville, who is the
guest of Mrs. Welch for the week, are
spending few days at Nebish with
You don't take any photographs or
post cards from Rich Studio unless
they please you. Phone 570-W. 29
10th street. 26tl2-lb
Make the evening meal the big one
next Saturday and eat fried, chicken
at the M. E. church from 5:30 to 8.
Your entire family will be pleased
to join you. 3dl2-3
Mrs. Earl Luke of Lewis,,.Wis,, ar
rived in the city on Monday, called
here by the serious illness of her
mother, Mrs, A. G. Newtpn.
Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Bay have arriv
ed in Bemidji to make their home at
least for the winter. Mr. Bay is con
nected with the Page & Hill Lumber
Miss Katheryn Bagley returned
last evening from Minneapolis, where
she spent several days with her sis
ter, Miss Florence, who ateuds the
University of Minnesota.
You'll want Christmas cards this
year to send to friends. We have a
line assortment from which to choose.
Beautiful cards, beautiful sentiments
erigraved or printed. When you pass
the Pioneer Stationerl Store step In
and make your selection. ll-13f
Mrs. S. C. Brown arrived in the
city Tuesday morning from Quill
Lake, Sask., to spend the winter
months with her daughter, Miss Ida
Christmas, sale at Dunn's New
Third Street cafe by ladies of M. E,
church, Saturday, December 3. Suit
able gift articles and fancy goods ga
lore will be sold. Come early and
make your selection. 3d 12-3
Don't wait too long before you ord
er your Christmas cards. We have
beautiful cards with envelopes to
match. New sentiments and beauti
ful color embossing and printing.
Your name engraved in the same
style type as the sentiment. Do it
now and have it over with. Order
at the Pioneer Stationery Store.
Miss .Beth MacGregor spent Sunday
with her mother, Mrs. Mary MacGre
gor, and other relatives. She left the
fore part of the week for Northome,
where she was to inspect the schools.
Miss MacGregor is district nurse for
Appointments for sittings for chil
dren must be made for the forenoon.
It is impossible to devote the proper
attention to them during the after
noon. Appointments for grown-ups
any afternoon or evening. Only two
appointments will bo accepted for
evenings between 7:00 and 9:00.
Hakkerup Studios. 3U2-2
THE BEST GIFT
The best Christmas gift is some
thing the recipient wants but can
Your friends cannot buy your pro
tograph. They cannot have one made
for themselves, no matter how much
money they may have. In order to
get a picture of you, you are the one
who must go to the photograph's
and order the work. Many of your
friends and relatives want your
photograph and have even mentioned
the fact, but they cannot keep beg
ging you for it until it comes. The
action must be your own.
Just a little of your time at your
convenience, and when you want the
pictures they will be ready for de
livery. -We mail them individually,
if you wish, to such addresses as you
give us, enclosing your card.
Martin Jamtvold left for Mizpah
last'Friday, he was accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jamtvold to Be
Clara Haiigen and Pearl Stai made
a trip to Halvor Koppang's last
Ole Staffne motored to Aure store
last Saturday shopping.
There will be Young People's meet
ing in church December 5, at two
Tver Hoven visited at Hening Kirk
vold's last Sunday.
John Salvevold and Ole Bakke are
drilling a well at Peter Bakke's place.
Myles Ousjey spent Saturday even
ing at Lysing's.
Carl Peterson. Olaf and Johan
Gelen transacted business in Bemidji
Miss Anderson left for her home at
Sol way Wednesday evening to spend
Thanksgiving at home.
Mrs. T. O. Gelen visited with Mrs.
Bakke Wednesday afternoon.
Julia Lien called at Hans Kirk
vold's last Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Salvevold made a trip to Carl
Peterson's Tuesday afternoon.
Olaf Gelen and Carl Peterson at
tended the town meeting at Debs last
Mr. and Mrs. Gust Berg visited at
Torval Mathisen's last Sunday.
Mr. ana Mrs. T. O. Gelen and fam
ily visited at S. O. Jallen's Thanksgiv
Mrs. Slough from Bemidji motored
to Aure last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson, Clara
ffaugen and Oiof Bakke visited at
Sam Jallen's last Sunday.
Pearl and 03car Stai made a trip to
Israel Thulin' Mondij'.
Daily Fashion' Hint
TOR DAYTIME WEAB.
Harely chic and practical is this
daytime frock in Malay brown serge
'trimmed with soutache braid in self
cotou. It is a slip.on model, the
front being cut to form a deep and
finished with a co?lar of the fabric.
Biege georgette forms the vestee.
The nide 'gores are attached to the
front and back of the dress below the
waistline. They may be trimmed"
with bias folds of serge or ribbon.
Medium size requires1
3% yards 54-
inch sfirge and one bunch of braid.
Pictorial-Review Dress No. 9064.
Sizes, 34 to 48 inches bust. Price, 35
EPISCOPAL GUILD WILL
MEET TOMORROW AFTERNOON
The Episcopal Guliil will meet on
Thursday afternoon at -:30 at the
home of Mrs. C. A. jnopke, over the
store of the Bemidji Candy company.
Mrs. George McTaggart will assist
Mrs. Knopke in 'entertaining. This
will be the last regular meeting be
EPW0RTH LEAGUE MEETINGS
ARE PROVING SUCCESSFUL
The meetings which the Epworth
League arc holding this week in ob
servance oE "Win My Chum Week,"
are proving very successful. The at
tendance is doubling itself each eve
ning. Dr. Zentz will lead tonight and
a record attendance is expected.
VISITS LOCAL CHURCH
Dr. C. P. Craig of St. Paul, dist
rict superintendent' of the Fergus
Falls district of the Methodist church,
was in the city last evening and held
first quarterly conference. Reports
of the various departments of the
church were made and it was shown
that each' department is in a pros
perous and flourishing condition un
der the leadership of Dr. G. H. Zentz.
"CHAMP" FOOTBALL TEAM
HAS PH0T0GRAUH TAKEN
The High school football team was
photographed by A. A. Richardson at
(he High school building yesterday.
In the picture were included Profes
sor Smith and Dr. J. W. Diodrich.
ST. PAUL'S LADIES' AID
MEETS TOMORROW AFTERNOON
ihe Ladies Aid of St. Paul's Evan
gelical Lutheran church will meet at
the Malakowski residence, lo05 Be
midji avenue, tomorrow afternoon at
2:30 Miss Bertha Krause and Mrs.
William Kr'auac will entertain. A
cordial invitation is extended to all
ladies and friends.
PHILATHEAS TO MEET AT
HINES HOME THIS EVENING
The Philatheas will meet at the
home of Mn^. Mines this evening to!
complete materiaffor their booth at
the coming Methodist church Imzaur.
The hour has been set at Xtl'.O to.
allow all to atte-nd the "Win My
Chum" services first I
KELLIHER SCHOQI* NOTES
School closed on Wednesday tor
Thanksgiving vacation of two days.
The children were taken to the Pas
time theatre where a motion picture
"Rip Van Winkle' 'was shown. Joyce
(Lennon toJd the story before the pic
ture was shown. Between acts, the
children from Miss Wallace's room
gave several songs. The picture was
much enjoyed by the children. Isabel
Hankey took charge oi several
classer, on Monthly, because of Mr. i
Hankey for-jng nimble to attend the'
session in the forenoon.
A consignment of new -Horary)
books arrived recently and are much
appreciated by the school. Miss Nor-1
ris lias entire charge of the library
and has a period each afternoon for
library work, and taking care of
"Shrimp" Marrs spent his Thanks- i
giving vacation with "Pal" Krog
seng at Saum skinning pulpwood.
Mrs. Mike Haley, Mrs. Williams, i
Cleo Williams and Dewey Ezard vis
ited camp 17, Friday. Where all
had a good time.
The Junior Literary society met
last Wednesday in the High school i
The English TIT and IV classes are
now at work writing Christmas i
Raymond Rierson and Frederick
Knutson are two new pupils in Miss,
\Tiy Wallace'-' pupils wero Iivltcrl
THE BEMIDJI DXfLY PIONEER
to attend the meeting of the "Astera"
Literary society November 24, in
.Mrs. Wagner's room. The following
program was given:
SongThanksgiving at Grandpa's,
RecitationThree Hundred Years
Ago, Gertrude Strand.
RecitationAutumn Time, Gladys
RecitationThe .Mouse's Thanksgiv
ing, Wanda Hartnuin.
Song bj* Mi&s Wallace's girls.
Song- by Miss Wallace's boys.
Song by the society.
Rev. Odega'ard preached Sunday
afternoon in the Murray school. At
the close of theTtervice a business
meeting was held. It was decided to
accept the offer of C. \V. Berggrin
of an acre of land at the Range line,
upon \vhio|i to build a church. After
this the confirmation class met for a
Among those who were in Black
duck on Tuesday were, J. S. Thorpe^
and E. L. Moberg.
iWilliam Limdahl has moved into
his new house near I lie Winnn school.
Among those who were in Black
duck on Wednesday were J. E. 13o-
gart and George Or'onpcth.
Miss Magda Gronsotli returned to
her home Wednesday evening to visit
her folks a few days.
Mrs. William Moon, who has been
Lincoln Woman Was Almost in
Despair When She Began
Taking TanlacGains 15
Pounds and Improvement la
"Tanlac has not only relieved me
of three years' terrible suffering but
has built me up fifteen pounds in
weight and I shatl praise it the long
est day I live," said IVfrs. Sarah Lear
mont, 2238 St., Lincoln, Neb.
"For three years my kidneys both
ered me great deal, I had severe
pains all through my body and my
lower limbs pained me so much, I
could hardly stay up. My stomadh
got so badly *out of order I could
hardly digest anything and 1 suffer
ed from constipation all the time.
"At times I had terrible headaches
and I became so dizzy I could hard-
in Grand Forks with her sick daugh
:er, has returned to her home.
An interesting program was rend
ered at the Literary society, Friday
evening at the Winan school. Lunch
BELIE BURK E
"The Frisky Alrs.Johnson
She always played a winning game with
the men. But one night she made a mis
cue andcome, watch the gossips run up
From the Play by Clyde Fitch
Comedy-"LOOSE LIONS"-Two Parts
SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAM
FOR SALEDry Jafck pine cord wood
4-i't. on board cars. Bemidji. Will
sell cheap, if whole car is taken
at once. Telephone 922. Idl2-1
FOR SALE Have several thousand
bushels of ear and shelled corn. All
No. and No. 4 white and yellow
For prices, terms, etc., write the
Mavnard Produce Co., Maynard,
LOSTOne Illiuois wrist watch, en
graved M. E. M., Tuesday after-1
noon between 9th street, Beltrami
and ilakkerup's Studio. Return to\
911 Beltrami avenue for reward.)
FOR SALEOne registered Percher-'
on Stallion, 2,000 pounds. One reg
istered Jack. Five teams heavy
work horses and harness, will be:
here Saturday. Will sell very reas
onable. E. J. Willcts. 7U2-8
FOR RENTFurnished modern room
Seventh and Bemidji. 2112-2
LOSTOne small pocketbook con
taining an Exposition Half Dollar
and a small amount of change.
Leave at the Pioneer oft ice. M.
SE IT LONGEST
DAY I LIVE" SHE SAYS
ly stand. I finally got in such a bad
condition I couldn't do my house
work and had to spend most of my
time in bed.
"Well, I was almost in despair
when 1 started taking Tanlac, but be
fore I finished half of the lirst bottle
I felt better. I have now taken five
bottles. I eat heartily and my diges
tion seems to be perfect. I never!
have- a headache nor a dizzy spell. 11
hardly notice any pain and Tanlac
has built mc up so much that I am
doing all my housework with case.
All my friends have noticed my won
derful improvement and I owe the
good health I am enjoying to Tunlnc
Tanlac is sold in Bemidji by City
Drug Store, Knutson & Lilja at
Graceton, V. M. Owen & Co. at Hines,
James Taylor, Tenstrike, and by the
leading druggists in every town.
Whitening Piano Keys.
Yellowed piano keys nre sometimes
whitened to a certain extent by leav
ing the piano open every day, exposing
the keys to the light. Another treat
ment is to lay on the keys a paste of
whiting and solution of potash, al
lowing it to remain for twenty-four
The Earliest Machine.
The earliest known machine, which
existed in Egypt centuries before the
Christian era,. was a contrivance to
drill out stone vessels.' It consisted
of a' vertical shaft with a' crank at
the top, forked at the base" to receive
a cutting edge sharp stoue.
THE FUNNIEST COMEDY
in the Last Five Years
"HIGH and DIZZY"
The Screens Premier
"WEST IS WEST"
Sat. and Sun.
A Wonder Picture
The Belasco of the Screen
William Fox presents
The realest picture and the most
beautiful and dramatic picture'
you ever sawplayed by the same
girl who delighted the whole conn
try in "For Husbands Only" and
"Borrowed Clothes." A picture
staged without regard to expense,
in marvelous settings.
"TONIGHT at the
A Western Romance of Lightning Speed
Story by Clyde C, Westover
Marvelous Horseman of the Screen.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
William Fox presents
Starring Marguerite Clayton
Rex Union Orchestra
R. A. Amadon, director^ i
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