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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914.
LEST WE FORGET
We'll be there.
To attend the county fair.
That Sunday, October 4, is Peace
Remember that this is seed corn
General election day, Tuesday,
The men's chicken supper at the
Methodist church tomorrow evening.
The next meeting of the county
commissioners wilj. be held Wednes
day, September 30.
Friday is School Children's Day at
the County Fair. An excellent
program has been arranged.
Troubadour concert and dance,
City Hall, Friday evening, Septem
ber 25, under auspices Athletic club.
First football game of the season.
Athletics will play the High School
Friday afternoon as a county fair
Important meeting of the Athletic
club Thursday. Every member in
terested in the organization's wel
fare should be in attendance.
October first is the opening of part
ridge hunting season. The prairie
chicken open season closes on Novem
ber 7, and the duck season on Decem
That the state meeting of the Uni
ted Charities association will be held
here Sept. 26, 27, 28 and 29. The
state commissioners will meet here
at the same time.
Big meeting of N. M. D." A. at
Brainerd, December 1, 2, 3 and 4.
Affiliated at the convention will be
the Minnesota Crop Improvement as
sociation and the Women's Auxiliary.
Realizing th value of bright and
interesting local columns in making
a ipaper welcome in the homes of its
subscribers, the Pioneer asks its
readers to assist by phoning all
news items to 31. Favors of this
kind are appreciated by the publish
Mrs. D. Mitchell of Blackduck is
visiting friends in Bemidji for a few
Mrs. Z. B. Myers of Northern
transacted business in Bemidji yes
For Wood Phone 129.Adv.
Mrs. George Dobson of Eckles was
among the out of town shoppers yes
Mrs. Mike Gappa went to St. Cloud
this week. She expects to remain
for some time.
Popular Sheet Music, 10c, 3 for
25c at Abercrombie's, Beltrami Ave.
C. W. Conway and two daughters
of Blackduck were among the county
fair visitors today.
Mrs. Ida Moen of Plantagahet was
in the city yesterday visiting friends
and attending the county fair.
Flour down forty cents per barrel
at W. G. Schroeder's store, Sept. 17.
Many farmers from all sections "of
the county are in Bemidji today for
the purpose of attending the fair.
Mrs. D. W. Sheets of Plantaganet
was the guest of Bemidji friends
yesterday. She returned home to
Clearance sale of music at Aber
crombie's, Beltrami Ave. 10c, 3 for
Miss Mamie Bucksen of Plantag
anet was in Bemidji yesterday on
business. She returned home in the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lycan, who
have spent several days in Minnea
polis and St. Paul, returned to Be
midji last evening.
One of tnese. aays you oueht to
o to Hakkerups ahd have your pic
S. E. Griridall of Walker, where
he is in the auto, garage business,
was in Bemidji today. He formerly
resided at Northome.
Mrs. H. J. Lee of Freemont, Neb
raska, returned from Cass Lake on
Wednesday, where she has spent a
few days with friends.
Dr. Price's Cereals have now ar
rived at Roe & Markusen's. Phone
.206 and 207.Adv.
Mrs. Frank Trafton of Rosby w
in the city yesterday. While in the
city she entered several exhibits at
the Beltrami county fair.
F. A. Wilson, publisher of the Be
midji Sentinel, returned to Bemidji
last evening from the twin cities
where he has spent several days.
Have your furniture repaired at
the bargain store first class work at
reasonable prices .Aav.
Mrs. Frank McAloney of Fowlds,
who has been the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Frank Dobson of Eckles, for
several weeks, has returned to her
I will pay $1.10 per cwt. in trade
for closed Norway pine cones for the
balance of the year. W. G. Schroed
C. E. Brown, of the Northwest
Experiment farm at- Crookston,
reached Bemidji yesterday and had
charge of the poultry judging at the
county fair today.
We have just received a shipment
of spelling tablets, with pages num
bered from 1 to 25. Pioneer Pub.
Bernard Moore, who has been em
ployed at St. Anthony's hospital for
some time as a nurse, left this morn
ing for Chicago where he will visit
relatives for several weeks.
Spelling tablets, wire stitched and
perforated, numbered lines from 1
to 25, for sale at our office. Pioneer
Eugene C. Larpenteur of Minnea
polis will arrive in the city today
and will be the guest of his sister-in
law, Mrs. C. O. Johnson, and husband
for a few* days. Mr, Larpenteur is
having a short vacation.
Empeco spelling tablets, with pages
numbered from 1 to 25, for sale^at
our office. Shipment just arrived.
Pioneer Pub Co.Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Sathre and
son Curtis autoed to Hazelwood farm,
town of Liberty, yesterday afternoon,
where Mr. Sathre went to look after
the threshing on his farm. They
returned to Bemidji today.
We have just received J)r. Price's
Cereals which our patrons have
been waiting for. Roe & Markusen.
Phone 206 and 207.Adv.
O. R. Gravelle, the Red Lake mer
chant, and well known in Bemidji, is.
spending several days in the city. Mr.
Gravelle says that his wife, who has
been seriously ill at St. Anthony's
hospital, is much improved, and that
there is every hope for recovery.
Plan to bring the family to the
chicken dinner at the Methodist
church Friday evening. Big square
meal 35c. See the menu elsewhere.
Wilbur Lycan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. F. S. Lycan, returned to Be
midji this morning from Grand Forks
where he has spent the last few days
visiting. He will leave soon for
Grand Forks where he will resume
his studies at the University of
J. D. Clark of Northome is the
guest of his son, M. A. Clark, judge
of probate. He will remain in Be
midji for a few days longer and will
then go to Wisconsin to visit other
relatives. Mrs. Clark accompanied
her husband to Bemidji, but has re
turned home. -k
Eat chicken for 35c. The women
will have a chance to eat while the
men do the serving and cooking.
Methodist church, Friday evetting,
from 5 to 8.Adv.
The citizens of Carp are elated
over the fact that school will be held
this winter at Rulien Hall. F. Crab
tree was at Bemidji last week and
consulted Co. Supt. Stewart and was
assured of a school, also books, fur
niture and all necessary equipment.
And. Anderson Buckrud of Aurdal
captured a mud turtle up river on
Monday that measured twenty-two
inches in length and weighed twen
ty-five pounds. He brought it to
town and sold it to Knute Gurvin,
who will set up a feast for his friends
on Sunday.Fergus Falls Journal.
"Without economy you can never
be rich with it you need not be poor.
Economize a little each day and start
a savings account at the Northern
A. E. Webster, the Bemidji florist,
has had the foundation of the new
green house laid and the work will
be rushed to completion before the
heavy frosts come. The old build
ing has been torn down and the new
one is being erected on the old site,
and will be modern throughout,
with heating plant and watering sys
Mrs. John Goodman returned yes
terday from Duluth where she has
been the guest of friends and rela
tives. She was accompanied home
by her sister, Mrs. E. D. Pepper of
Duluth, who will be her guest for
several days. Mesdames Goodman
and Pepper will go to Turtle River
where they will visit friends and
relatives for a short time. From
Bemidji- Mrs. Pepper wilt v.'g
Minot, North Dakota, where she will
spend the winter.
See the Denver Ford self-starter
and auxiliary telescope body for
roadster. Cars answer double pur
pose of roadster ahd delivery truck.
Only one minute to make the change.
120 Beltrami Ave., V. M. Owen Co.
Adv. /t-t V"':-v
Rumors have been prevalent that
owing to the war in Europe the ex
position scheduled for 1915 at San
Diego and San Francisco would be
postponed or abandoned. These re
ports have no foundation, in fact.
These expositions upon which so
much money has already been ex
pended will be held as originally
plannedthe Panama-California at
San Diego, January 1 to December
31 the Panama-Pacific International
at San Francisco, February 20 to
December 4, 1915.
Look at the menu on another page
and see what you get for 35c at
the Methodist church Friday even
ing. A big fried spring chicken din
ner. Bring your family and have
them eat what the men cook and
Mrs. J. Bisiar, who has been vis
iting friends and relatives in Ta
coma and Seattle, Washington, for
.the past four weeks, has returned to
Bemidji. Her sister, Mrs. J. C. Bro
phy, who lives in Washington, suf
fered a paralytic stroke several
weeks ago, and Mrs. Bisiar went out
west especially to see her. Her con
dition at the present time is some
what improved, although she is not
gaining very fast. While Mrs. Bis
iar was in Tacoma, they had a slight
earthquake in that city, and al
though it did not destroy any build
ings, it shook everything off the
shelves in the second and third stor
ies. Mrs. Bisiar was-in bed at the
time of. the earthquake and her bed
shook like some one should have
taken hold of it and shaken it.
Old fashioned Turkish physicians
have plenty of remedies for cholera.
An agate in the pocket and a hya
cinth on the neck are much esteemed,
but the bone of a dead child carried
in the pocket is nearly as efficacious.
Cholera, we learn, is caused by the
mooar. Therefore, a sufferer should
drink decoctions of laurel while
Mars or Mercury is in the ascendant,
since these planets are unfriendly to
the moon. Some people are just as
foolish in their choice of beer, and
have not tried "ZUMALWEISS,"
which taste best of any. T. R.
Symons, Tel. 122-2.
TO ASSIST WAR SUFFERERS
President Approves Aid Plan Headed
Washington, Sept. 17.Mrs. J. Bor
den Harriman and other members of
a committee being organized in New
York called on President Wilson and
told him they were preparing to act
as a neutral clearing house for organ
izations being formed in different
parts of the country to give assistance
to war sufferers in Europe.
They asked for his consent before
taking further steps. The president
approved of the objects of the move
Closing Out Sale.
One-third off on my Case pipes,
Briar, Meerschaum and Calabash,
with' Amber and Bakelite bits, for
the next week. J. P. Omich.'at Mc
Read the Want Ads.
The new Third St. Theatre Under the management of Fred Brinkman
Tonight Only, A Wonderful Masterpiece
OR, DRAMA OF HUMANIT?
Satan Tempting Adam and Eve '^v,'^
The greatest picture ever produced, in 5 reels, and took over four months* contin-
uous woik to complete. Acknowledged by the press to be the greatest educational,
insttinftiye picture ever projected.
Containing More Than IOO Beautiful Scenes
The biggest feature ever sent across the Atlantic played by the most noted
Euxopeon arrises. Teaches a Great Lesson. __
Admission 6c and !6c5^1?"SS^^
Do your shopping early on Fri-
day. tThe?store will be closed'
on Friday from 1 to 5, in order
to give the clerks an opportunity
to visit the Count Fair.
'Wf STORE OF STVZE AND VALUE
You Ar Invited
to visit our tent when
at the Beltram i County
W think youwillfin much
that will interest you and
we wilf be pleased to ex-
plain the different machines.
Farmers you can see a few of the
machines that can be operated with a
gasoline engine and line shaft.
iven Hardwar Co.
Way Down East
It the offering of the Margbt Beaton Stock Co. at
the Brinkman Theatre, beginning Wednesday even-
ing. This is the play which has the remarkable
record of a fifteen years, continuous run and the role
of Ruth Walton portrayed here by Miss Beaton was
played for thireeen years by Hiss Phebe Danres. A
play about home folks such as you see every day
with plenty of good comedy.
J. P. Pdgue Johnnie
his son will play at the Brinkman Thursdav and
Friday nights. /*,J
v..^ Minnie & Tuts %f:^:
2 wild bronchos, one was caught August 2, 1014, the
u^otfie^uiy: athf 19M they are worth seeing,