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FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 29, 1922
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In entering a public building the
door on the right should be used.
You are, not so apt to have a collision
if you observe tfris rule.
C- E. Burfield was a business cal
ler in Bemidji Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Peterson of
Lockhart, Minn., are spending the
holidays at the W. 0. Gordon home.
E. Norman was called to his home
at Cambridge, Minn., by the death
uf his father. Mr. Norman left Fri
Miss Gladys Solbcreg of Minne
apolis [arrived herhee Thursday to spend
*ents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Solberg.
Mrst B. W- Schreck and children
Gerald and Marie left Friday for
Minneapolis to spend the holidays
O. E. Peterson left Thursday for
'Richmond Beach, Wash., where ne
will siend the winter with his son,
F. A. Noyes who recently under
went a serious operation at the
Crookston hospital is rapidly improv
Mr.' and Mrs. A. L. Gordon are
spending the holidays in Minneapolis
Miss Helga Solberg of Lengby,
Minn.j is spending the week with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Solberg.
C. E. Burfield and S. M. Desjar
dins ftotored to Bagley Sunday.
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The economical hall for your
well lighted and ventilated
swendid dancing floorcon
vjlnient kitchencentral loca
Ask for reduced rates and
open dates of the Moose Club
steward, John Matland, Moose
Club. Phone 62.
S XooeeBaU KooseHall XooetXall XOOM
Office, First Floor
213 Third St.
Office Phone 131 Res. 310
Would You Pay 75 Cents
I for $1000 Insurance?
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Cost lc a word for first insertion,
%c a word for subsequent con
No Ad Taken for Less Than 25c
-Dish washer at the Rex
2t 12 28
WANTEDTable waiter at Nicollet
Hotel. ^t 12 30
WANTEDDining room girl at the
Vickers Hotel 3t 12 30
WANTEDPeople to read page 53
of Dec. 30th, Saturday Evening
Post 2t 12 30
wanted 25c per dozen. Call at rear
of lot, 917 Mississippi. 6t 30
WANTEDYoung man would like
work clerking in store- Have had
some "experience. Write Box 8,
Nymore, Minn. 3td 12-29
WANTEDLath mill machinery,
send price and state what you
have. Late model desired, must be
in working order Paul Haluptzok,
Gen. Contractor, Tenstrike, Minn.
10 1 15
Chicago Box & Crating Co.,
Bemidji and Cass Lake fac
tories, are in the market at all
times for logs and boxwood
bolts. Write, giving quantity,
description, location and price.
Address main office, Bemidji.
WANTEDWant men and teams to
cut and haul cedar, pulp, ties and
bolt wood. 400 acres 8 miles west
of Turtle 60 acres, 10 miles north
of Bemidji also places for three
families if they could board piece
workers on the Kelliher work. J.
J. Opsahl, 1101 Bemidjj, Ave.,
Phone 177. 4td 3
WANTEDWant men and teams to
cut and haul cedar, pulp, ties and
bolt wood. 400 acres 8 miles N. W.
of Kelliher, 80 acres 8 miles N.
W. of Turtle, 80 acres 4 miles
west of Turtle, 80 acres 10 miles
north of Bemidji also places for
three families if they could board
piece-workers on the Kelliher
work. J. J. Opsahl, 1101 Bemidji
avenue, phone 177. 4t 1
To the Bemidji Pioneer,
i Bemidji, Minn.
Hereby enter my subscription to The Bemidji Pioneer (Daily or
Weekly) for one year, with the understanding that I am to receive
a $1,000 Travel Accident Insurance policy in the North American
Accident Company and that I am to pay no more than the regular
price for The Pioneer, plus 75c for the Policy.
I understand that should I discontinue my subscription or fail to
Tceep it paid up to date, my policy will lapse.
Address or R. F.
Are you at present a subscriber?
Enclose 75c for policy and $ to apply on my subscription.
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By Guriei Sughroe
O Woctra Nnppr U*
WOOD FOR SALE
FOR SALEFull blooded prize
winners, barred rock and white
leghorn, pullets and hens. Call
141-W 4t 12 30
FOR SALEBurroughs Adding ma
chine, style 310, seven figures,
complete with stand. Used1
THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
4t 1 2
AGENTS WANTEDGet into a real
business of your own! Local city
territory now open. Sell the gen
uine J. R. Watkins Products. Ev
erybody knows Watkins spices,
extracts, coffee, medicines, toilet
preparations, etc. Standard for
more than fifty years. Biggest
line, biggest values, and highest
quality makes easy selling for you.
Write today for free sample and
proof /that you can make from
$3,000 to $5,000 a year. J. R
Watkins Co., Dept. 83, Winona,
Minn. 5 Sat. 30
FOR SALESpring chickens. Call
FOR SALE16-inch Jack Pine wood
cut and seasoned dry. Four 16-
inch cords at $2.25 er cord. Phone
little, address "B" care of the Pio
neer. 4t 12 30
FOR SALELegal blanks of all
hand. Mail orders promptly filled,
kinds. Complete stock always at
For quick service, send your or
ders to the Bemidji Book & Sta
tionery Co., Bemidji. 6-?4tf
FOR SALE16 inch birch and oak
green Also some dry tamarack. $7
'per two cords. More than two cords
$3 per cord delivered- Hjalmar
Hanson, Rte. No. 4, Bemidji.
3t 12 29
FOR SALEPathe phonograph and
2 doz. records, practically new-
$150 machine will sell for half
for quick deal. Inquire of Paul
Winebrenner or phone 26-W.
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WANT AD PAGE
To get results, state clearly what you want to sell or buy. Give correct
addressphone number, if anyso that interested parties may com-
municate with you without a lot of trouble. Bring it to our "Want Ad"
FOR SALERubber stamps of all
kinds made to order. Stamp pads,
all sizes and colors. Corporation
and notarial seals, datera, rubber
printing outfits. Mail orders
promptly filled. Bemidji Book &
Stationery -Co.. Beniudii. 6-24tf
FOR RENT Furnished
OFFICE FOR RE'NTFront suite
nice rooms, Battles Block 6t 30
FOR RENTModern furnished
front room- Phone 289-J. 4t 29
FOR RENTModem furnished
room at 621 Bemidji avenue-
4t 12 30
FOR RENTNice modern furnish
ed rooms. 515* Bemidji ave. Phone
FOR RENTTwo furnished rooms
suitable for light housekeeping at
1018 America ave. 3td 1-2
FOR RENTTwo room apartment
with bath and several single rooms
New Kaplan building. 12 5 tf
FOR RENTLarge front room suit
able for two, with board. 417 Minn
esota avenue. Phone 732-W 6tl-4
FOR RENTGood warm room for
one or two young men- It is furn
ished and cared for. Battles Block
FOR RENTTwo Toom house fur
nished Also one room hou=e for
bachelors- 806 America ave.
FOR RENTOffice. Very desirable
steam-heated office in Markham
Hotel building. Call 920 or apply
Hotel Markham. 6td 1-3
FOR RENT1 modern flat in the
Clayton apartments. Inquire at
607 Bemidji avenue or pnone 25.
4t 12 30
LOST or FOUND
FOUNDLadies' Black Morocco
purse, owner may 'have same by
calling at the Pioneer office. 3t 3
FOUNDIf ~the person~who~ lost the
mitten containing money will call
at 922 Minn- ave., he may have
the same by paying for this ad-
A. A. Randall has been very ill
at his home here the past week. Dr.
Fortin of Lake Julia has been at
tending Mr. Randall. We hope for
him a speedy recovery.
Edmond Foster came home from
St. Paul to spend the Christmas
holidays with his parents here.
Norman Gardner arrived home
St- Paul last Thursday evening and
attended the school entertainment
Clarence McClellan took charge of
the engineer work at the Lake Julia
Sanatorium while his father Wm.
McClellan caine home for Xmas with
Mrs McClellan has two of the
smr.ll Cook children with her since
the death of their mother. She ex
pects to keep the children there for
awhile until things are adjusted at
Mr .and Mrs. George Hedglen and
children who have made their home
at the Leese farm near Bemidji
came up Friday r-nd are spending
the Christmas holidays at the Levi
Mr. and Mrs- Sam Fellows were
dinner guests for Christmas day at
the Levi Fosters-
E- R. Lee made a business trip
to Bemidji Tuesday.
Carl Kluck walked home from
Spur ?8 Christmas day, rather he
wrlked as far as C. E. Coffins place
and was met by his two boys with
the sleigh there.
The week just past we had thaw
ing weather most of the time, a fine
time for the Christmas holidays, for
which we lare very grJatefufl. The
pleasant weather was about the
nicest Christmas present we could
George Stcnsuid came home for
the Christmas holidays with his fa
The Pleasant Valley Farmers'
Club will meet at the E. R. Lee
home on the second Wednesday in
January, the meeting being post
poned ono week.
The Helping Hand Society will
meet with Mrs- Tom Anderson on
the first Wednesday instead of the
second, the usual time.
Grandpa and Grandma Gardner,
whose home is at Olewein, Iowa,
are here for a visit to their son F.
V. Garnder and family.
Grandpa and Grandma Gardner
visited relatives and friends at St
Paul for a time before coming here.
They have been spending a few
weeks here each fall and arc well
known, being members of our Farm
er's club and attending the meeting
when here- As they expect to stay
most of the winter this time the
community extends to them a hearty
J. C. Volger was transacting
business in Bemidji Thursday of
Levi Foster has been a frequent
caller on Mr. Randall since he has
been confined to his bed with ill
The school house was well filled
at the Christmas entertainment and
tree last Thursday evening and a
treat for everyone. The evening was
a very enjoyable time for the large
audience present 'and a vote of ap-'
preeiation is due the school force
and others assisting.
Julia Satterlee spent her Christ
mas holidays with her brother Carl
Satterlee and family
Miss Satterlee is principal of the
graded school at Gonvick, Minn.
Mrs. J. C- Volger is spending the
holidays with her sister, Mrs. Burns
in Minneapolis. She is also visiting
We have a full line of
hard coal, nut and stove
large and small brick
etts, soft coal splint and
range. Coke and smith
LET US SUPPLY YOU
LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, LIME, CEMENT
BEMIDJI LUMBER & FUEL CO.
B. W. LAKIN, President E. R- EVANS, Manager
C. LilSTED, SecreUirjrTreaaurer
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All Want Ads Must Be Cash
Because of the detail of collecting we
can not undertake to open accounts for
small amounts, therefore cash must ac
company adexcept for thoBe who
have open accounts with us.
'her daughter Belle, who is with Mrs.
Burns while attending school in
Carl Nelson came home from
camp to spend Christmas with his
Cecil Higginbotham and Wallace
Whelan came home from the Carl
Nelson camp for Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones had
Christmas dinner at the home of Mr.
and Mrs- Frank Markus, Jr., at
Nebish. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jones
cf Nebihh and Mr. and Mrs. J- L-
Jones were also dinner guests there.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Porter, and
grandaughter, also Floyd and Ralph
Porter had Christmas dinner with
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Randall
Mr and Mrs. E. Coffin, Mr.
rnd Mrs. Ray Wordon and Mr- and
Mrs. S. E. Randall were at the A
A. Randalls Christmas day Mr. A.
A. Randall, who is confined to his
home with illness, had his grand
children visit him a short time
Christmas day and while there sang
"Silent Night" for him- His daugh
ters Mis Coffin and Mrs. Wordon
also Mr J. H. McQueeney stayed
Many designers of postage stamps
have slipped in natural history. For
more than twenty-five years New
foundland had stamp bearing a
picture of a seal which boasted two
forelegs instead of flappers.
A wireless "lighthouse" has been
set up on an island in the Firth of
Forth. Wireless waves are concen
trated by reflectors into a beam
which can be sent 100 miles giving
ships their position in a fog.
The foundation stone for the fir&t
Moslem mosque to be built in France
has just been laid in Paris with elab
orate and impressive ceremony.
Auto Painting Go*
Let us paint or refinish your
car. We do first class auto,
mobile painting, perfect strip
ing and monogram work. We
guarantee all first class work.
We make old cars new. Give
us a trial and be convinced
S07 Third St.
J. B. Gilbert-A. L. Gilbert
CITY DRAY LINE
R. J. TESCH
Day Or Night Service
We crate and store furniture
Try our Service
Make that overcoat
last you another seas
onour Service does
3g 3RD ST. PHONE 517
B. J. Martin, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Northern National Bank Bid*.
Office Phone 65 Residence 808
Johnson & Borreton
Physicians and Surf4
Dr. E. A. Shannon
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICE ta Larson Block
HONE 398 RES. 387
Dr. E. H. Smith
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICE. Security Baak
Gilmore & McCann
Physicians and Surg
OFFICE, Mile* Bleak
Dr. E. H. Marcum
Physician and Surgeon
Heursi 11-12 a. m.3-f p.
PhonesOffice 802, Res., Ill
Garlock & Garlock
217V2 Third St. Barker Bile
Two and Nothhelfer
Phone 316 Troppman Bldg
Northrop & Berston
Battles Bldg. Bemidji, Mian.
Dr. A. Dannenberg
Bemidji's Pioneer Chiropractor
FIRST NATL BANK BLDG.
Phone 401-W Bemidji
Dr. G.M. Palmer
Dentist and Orthodentist
Dr. A. J. Melby
Over Boardma*'* Drag Star*
Phea. 4M BesaidjI
H. N. McKEE
and Funeral Director
RESIDENCE PHONE 222-R
120 THIRD STREET
313 Fourth Street
Robert J. Russell
CUT FLOWERS & PLANTS
GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS
512 Beltrami Ave.
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