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Ef.g Lake Farmers*., club will hold
its regular monthly meeting at the
farm home of John*. Anderson' next
Wednesday, August 10.
The Baptist gospel team from Be
midji held services at Big Lake
school house Sunday afternoon at
?:3 o'clock. There was a good at
tendance in sfpite of the threatening
Next Sunday afternoon the gospel
team y^il again ibe with us for relig
ious's6rf ices'at, the school house. We
hope all who met with us last Sun
day \and many who vverei unable to
come will be there next Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiltz and children or
Grant Valley called an Mrs. Jessie
Groves and family Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Armstrong and chil
dren of Bemidji motored out to the
Harley Hanson 'home Sundmy morn
iing and spent the day
Charles Bloomquist and family at
tended Sunday School /ind church in
Bemadji Sunday morning.
Wr* and Mx&. Remmer of Bemidji
motored' out from Bem)dji last Friday
evening. Mr. Menner gave a very in
teresting lecture on the island of
Trinidad. The lecture was given at
the lipme^lsWrs. Jessie Groves. Aft
er the lecTOre'^t'he youn^ folks enjoy
ed a^i^e^ftqast and social '11116.
a compaBp'of^ouug cliildren at her
home Sunday a'ftern:)- in. the occasion
Mitig'-Miss Dolly's birthday. All pre
senMia& a most enjoyable
a dainty lunch
Chaarle^ B^loomquist cut oats for J.
S. BeW al& C. O..' Wing last Fri
day. ''&- A'-.
Mr. $ tM-T$-'Charles
Groves'and'claughter,- Caroline, were
vfiaMTiprs last week.
iM'r. aMiMrs. E.B.'Bergh and Mr.
and Mrs.? Ci I. Goodmanson drove to
Gramd:Eapidi3 feist Friday and visited
until ||jinday-with tMr.. Bergh's bro^
ther. Qtioji,Bgngh. j, Z,
Misl-^lEiatfiwenson is visiting
Mrs. B. CT.^Biefgh' tlfis week.
Mis-J Dorotlhy Porter-of Minneapo
lis is visiting the Whelan home.
iMr. and Mrs. J. J., 'McNamee and
son James, Jr., motored from Minne
apolis to visit their relatives. Mr.
McNamee returned to Minneapolis
Mesurs. Wallace and John Whelan,
Cliff Dryle, Percy Uari, Fred Ollom
left for the harvest field.
Messrs. A. G. Billeadeau andt G.
Fellow md'tored from Baudette to vis
it their'fajniiWes, who are spending
the summer at Island Lake.
A crowd from Island Lake attended
the! ball game at Debs.
Mr. land Mrs. M'cNamee, Mr. and
Mrs. Laneville Mrs. W. H. Whelan,
Mr. andMrs. Billedeau, Mr. and Mrs.
G. Pell'ow, Dorothy Porter, Ralph
Olims-ead, Olivia Roy, surprised Mrs
'Tom Anoerson Sunday evening. A
very pleasant evening was spent. A
luncheon was served by the hostess
Ivan Andres of Duluth lis visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Stout.
Ralph Clmstead and Olivia Roy
motored to Fuposky after freight.
Willie Whelan of Island Lake was
a Beimldji ealler yesterday.
Bicycles and Supplies
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP
311 Sixth St.Bemidji
in New York City alone from kid
ney trouble last year. Don't allow
yourself to become a victim by
neglecting pains and aches. Guard
against this trouble by taking
The wotjd's standard remedy for kidney,
liver, bladder and uric add troubles.
Holland's national remedy since 1696.
All druggists, three sizes. Guaranteed.
Look tot Am name GoU Medal, on every bos
and accept no imitation
One Feels That Indianapolis Woman's
Abilities Are Almost Wasted in
Some wives are real business wom
en and their husbands are the only
ones who do not know it. But Indianap
olis holds one who recently proved
her] business ability to her husband.
Now, she had, ever since their mar
riage, charged things and he had paid
the, bills, but when he learned that
her charges were growing weekly he
decided to try a new plan. He went to
her. "Now, Elinor," he said, "I'm go
ing to try a new plan. Half of my
salary is yqurs and half mine. We'll
each spend just what Is necessary and
see which cato have the most money
in the bank at the end of the year."
Delightedly the wife agreed. At the
end of the first month she announced
her bank balance and her husband
was delighted at its size. The next
month it was still larger and he was
more delighted. But when the third
month brought the statement that she
had saved more than her half of the
money his pleasure knew no bounds.
Half fearfully'he went after his own
statement What would he do if,her
bank account now was higher than
histhe man who prided himself on
Then he found that he had no bal
ance, First horror, then amazement
and then something Indescribable fol
lowed his discovery for that condition
of affairs existing. His wife hag.
diligently drawn out his savings the
had a double checking account) ana"
applied them to the next month's ex
penses and saved her own share.^
Vanity Among Animals.
scientist _Whj & .Ijag
been studying wild animals' has:
learned that members of the feline
tribe do not play with their long claws
on the bark of trees to sharpen them,
as is popularly supposed, but the
antics, are a display of vanity on the
part of the male, to show how agile
and powerful lie is.
Robert J. Russell
313 Fourth Street
WE HAVE IT
Cars for Every Occasion
Country Trips a Specialty
7 7 PHON E 77
Seven Passenger Buicka,
Seven Passenger Enclosed
Dodge, and Dodge Touring Cars.
We Are at Your Service
Both Day and Night
Phone 61-W Rear 319 Bel. Ave.
The Beat Equipped Machine Shop
in Northern Minnesota
We are prepared to handle any
thing in the repair line and mak
ing of new parts for practically
everything needed in Steel, Iron,
Bronze, or any other metal.
All Work Guaranteed
FOR SALECity Property
An advertisement in this col
umn is the least expensive
salesman you can employ.
FOR SALECITY PROPERTY
FOR SALE'Houses, lots and farm
lands. J. Bisiar. 8t8-6
GOOD 'LIVE Business for sale. Splen
did opportunity for right party.
Address care Pioneer. 7-15tf
$GfR SALEA 5-room house, sereen
-ed porch, lights, lot 100x70, cor
ner If th and Park avenue. 6t8-S,
SALETwo lots i/D ewey ave
nue i' must be sold by August 1..
^12 lots in Hebron addition. J.
FOR SALEThe house at 1119 Doud
avenue, Bemidji. Address H. J.
Goodwin, attorney, 222 Metropoli
tan Bank building, St. Paul, Minn.
FOR SALESix rx modern house,
easy/ terms, small payment down.
Hot water heating plant. Chicken
house and garage. 1110 Bemiidji
ave. R. O. Bagby. 7-28-tf
FOR SALEBy owner, good four
room house, garage, and well, on
50-foot lot. Good garden. Two
blocks from Lincoln school. For
sale cheap or will take good Ford
car toward it. E. J. Willits, office
phone 41. Res. phone 285-W.
Knew Source of Pictures.
Guy was put calling with his moth
er, when he? saw a picture of angels
on a wall in a home where they were
calling. Calling his mother's atten
tion to this picture, he said: "Mother,
somebody must have taken a kodak
to heaven with them."
For The Sign
Always the Best
117 Third St.
Tire and Repair Co.
Across From City Hall
FOR SALESinger sewing machine
in good condition. All extra ap
pdances. PJjione 421-J. 3t8-5
FOR SALEt.C. Smith typewriter
in fine condition. Late l^odel and
good as a S^V one. Pioneer Sta
tibnery Store/ v# 3-l7tf
FOR SALECoropatlon eeal8, corpor
ation record books with divisions
for minutes, articles of incorpora
tion, by laws, minutes for direc
tors' meetings, stock ledger, Btock
certificate register, transfers and
dividend register. Inquire at Pio
neer Stationery Store, 403 Bel
trami avenue. Telephone 799-J.
for at time of insertion will b* charged for at ONE CENT a word, and tlien only to those having open accounts on
our books. No ad taken for 'ess than twenty-five cents. When other methods fail try a Pioneer want advertisement.
BOOKKEEPER wants s*t of books to
keep during spare time. Call 456.
ANY ONE in the city or country
haying cottages in the vicinity of
lakes or who wish to rent rooms or
furnish'Board to summer guests,
notify Leila Sajibortt, Secretary Be
midji association. 6-21tf
FOR ,'SALEA \heavy team, harness
and wagon. Phone 821-W.
POR SALETamarack wood Call
714 Minnesota avenue. Phone 644-
FOR SALETw iron beds with
springs, Vrnifi Martin finish, 710
America avenue. 3t8-5
TRUNKS, B^ifes, Suitcaaes, why pay
two middlemen profit!? Buy from
factory dirieet, ^Sendftor free cata
log. AcmlB.3runkJbrid Bag Fac
tory, Springva.WeJr, 4\\. 2t8-6
.FOR SALE-^Dining room table, two
rockers, desk, Srectt'onal book case,
bed, sewing machihfe, cot, child's
bed, kitchen utensils, fruit jars.
1110 Bemidji avenue. Phone 752-
FOR SALEOne Leonard refrigerat
or, Singer sewing machime, full
attachments white enamel Hoos
ier ljltchen ,cabinet, and other
pieces of furniture. Phone 889 or
call at apartment No. 22. New
Kaplan bldg. Gtd8-6
Get Many Silly Complaints.
Every day the postmasters in the
larger cities receive countless letters
of complaint. Not unnaturally among
so large a number there arc many of
a frivolous nature. For exnmple, one
woman wrote that the currier who de
livered her letters wns engaged to a
woman twice his own age, and re
quested that he should be asked to
break off the engagement or be dis
HUFFMAN & O'LEARY
H. N. M'KEE
Quality Kodak Work
Developing, only 10c
Prints, 2^x3^4, only 4c
Post Card size, 6c
SpecialLarge, lovely folders, se
pia portraits, only $5.40 per dozen.
Post Cards only $1.85.
RICH PORTRAIT STUDIO
Phone S70-W 10th & Doud Ave.
Tell Everybody Bemidji Is Just
Below the Mississippi's Source.
J*ftf* M^t.% i.:. U'^%"M^n
Advertisements in this column coat ONE CENT per word for FIRST
INSERTION and HALF CENT per word for subsequent consecutive
insertions of same copy. Cash must accompany copy. Ads not paid
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do you want Help
Try the Column
WANTEDPantry 4voman. Phone
20, Manager Birchmont Hotel.
WANTEDGirl for general house
work. Mrs. D. C. Dvoracek, 903
Bemidji avenue. 8-1 tf
WANTEDCompetent maid for gen
eral housework Mrs. John. Cluffy.
1107 Lake Blvd. 8-ltf
WANTEDExperienced glrl_, for
housework In small family. Jloue
has all modern equipment. Tele
phone N"b. 101 before 5 pfc-411.
FOR RENT8-room house,
FOR RENT2 office rooms in the
Ihertson block. M. E. Ibertson.
FOR RENTOno modern furnished
room. 510 Bemidji avenue.
FOR RENTSeveral modern apart
ments, and rooms, also Store. New
Kaplan Bldg. 7-8tf
FOR RENTiSeven room house for
one year, separate wood shed,
double garage, electric lighsts and
telephone. Telephone 8G5-.I or
call at 514 Wood avenue, Nyjnore.
Forgot the Rules.
A Greek who had been In this coun
try four years and heard many stories
about hunting rnbbit3, decided he
wished to fro hunting. He found nu
American who would take him. The
Greek thought It great sport. He
played dog and "scared" out thof rab
bits and the American boy shot them.
After a while the Greek wished to
try his luck at shooting, so the Ameri
can showed him how to handle the
They scared tip a rabbit the Greek
put the gun to his shoulder, but did
The American exclaimed: "Why
don't you shoot?"
The Greek replied: "I forgot which
eye you have to squeeze."
ftrtbacrlbe tor The Daily Pioneer.
Your Business Solicited
HILDE AND DANIELSON
WE DO SHEET METAL WORK
REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS
Call and Se Us
BACK OF BEMIDJI HARDWARE
BEMIDJI FLORAL GO.
CUT FLOWERS AND
GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS
512 Beltrami Ave.
SERVICE TAXI CO.
NEW PAN CAR
DAY and NIGHT
51 PHONE 51
212 Minn. Ave.
J. E. BURNS, Manager
Plumbing & Heating
You will save
a great deal of
calling on us
when you are
ready to fig-
ure on any of
PHONE 122 THIRD ST.
151) PHONE IJjO
Country Trips a Specialty
SUITABLE CARS FOR
DODGE TOURING CARS
DAY and NIGHT
Opposite Markham Hotel
JOHNSON 4 BORRESON
Physicians and Surgeons
A. V. GARLOCK, M. D.
DR. E. H. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon
Office Security Bank BlocE
DRS. GILMORE & McCANN
Physicians and Surgaons
Offica Miles Block
DR. H. A. NORTHROP
Osteopathic Physician and Sufgeosj
Battles Bldg. Office Phone 153-W
C. R. SANBORN, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Miles Block
House Phone 449 Office Phone'BS
Drs. Dannenberg & Two
Hours10 to 12 a. m.1:30 to 8
Other Hours By Appointment
Phone 401-W Calls Mads
First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Bemidji
DR. E. A. SHANNON, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Mayo Block
Phone 396 Res. Phone 397
DRS. MARCUM McADORY
Physicians and Surgeon*
Hours: 11-12 a. m. :$-5 p. m.
Phones: Office 802 Kos 211
DR. J. W. DIEDRICH
Office: O'Leary-Bowaer Bldg.
Phones: Office 376-W. Res. 876-B
DR. G. M. PALMER
Dentist and Orthodontist
DENISON & BURGESS
D. H. FISK, Attorney at Law
Office* Northern Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phone 131. Collections a Specialty
E. M. SATHRE
Buys Small Houses for Cash
and Sells Them on Small
REYNOLDS & WINTER
212 Beltrami Avenue
HOG ANSON BROS.