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MOtt&AY* HAY 13, 1*15.
LEST WE FORGET
Flag Day is June 14.
In case of flr6 call 349.
Tuesday, June 15, is
June 8 has been named as the
next meeting date of the Beltrami
county board of commissioners.
The high school commencement
exercises will be held on Thursday
evening, June third. The senior class
play will be presented Wednesday,
Beltrami county's annual fair will
be held on September 15, 16, 17 and
18. September 15 will be entry day.
The state fair will be in progress
September 6 to 11.
June 10 and 11 have been the
days selected for the summer meet
ing of the Northern Minnesota De
velopment association, which is to
be held at Coleraine. The winter
session will be held in Bemidji, De
cember 9 and 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Orr of Spur spent
Saturday between trains in the city.
For Wood Phone 120.Adv.
Miss Eliza Boobar of Nary was the
guest of Bemidji friends yesterday.
Arthur Warner of Puposky was a
business visitor in the city Saturday.
Congoleum Rugsall sizes. Huff
man & O'Leary.Adv.
Gill Peterson and son, Lester, of
Northern were business visitors in
Mrs. William Blakley of Parley
spent Saturday in Bemidji shopping
and visiting friends.
New classes will be started in Be
midji Business College, June 1.
Phil Daveau and William Twohy
of Brainerd spent Sunday in Bemidji,
the guests of friends.
Mrs. Lamson and two children left
Saturday for Dassel, Minnesota, where
they will visit friends.
Fulton Palace Carwith hood
all-steel frame. Huffman & O'Leary.
Miss Jennie Newton returned to
Walker this morning after spending
Sunday with her parents.
Mrs. Hilda Bransie of Grand Forks,
North Dakota, is spending a few
days in the city on business.
Heywood Collapsible Go-Carts,
97.50 to $20.00. Huffman &
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Souder of Farley
were among the out-of-town business
visitors in Bemidji Saturday.
Mrs. A. H. Scott of Oskaloosa,
Iowa, is spending a month as a guest
at the E. M. Evans home in Nymdre.
One of these days you ought to
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Summer school begins June 21
will last five weeks.
Bemidji's Vawter-Redpath Chautau
qua will be held August 3 to 7, in
When traveling purchase round
trip tickets. Boost the Bemidji rail
There will be another sale of state
School and swamp land of the county
Wednesday, June 9.
Baptist convention, Northwestern
association of Minnesota, will be held
here June 17, 18, 19 and 20*.
E Way we eat and
is| bound to^
make the liver sluggish.
"tired feeling" result.
Then we should "take some
thing" to renew intestinal ac-^K
tiviiy. But "Salts" afe roigHty*
disagreeable'to take. AhdWfe
afraid other caiharticsmay 'give
us "the medicine habit.'-'
To those who ask ouradvtee,
we suggest the use of Webster's all
ta shouldtry the$eHttle"*Up- I
and-go-down" wafers. -Efcctis
contains a scientifically rfla8-^-
ureddoseofanidealcomfeiiratitfB? hwative.'No salty taste./tttfgSS.
25 cent package is contfetrfent^
to carry in vest pocket or hand
Because we know the formula
oi-Sodetts, we'are glad to rec
qmmend them to you.
N. French ft Go.
go to Hakkerup's and have your pic
B. S. Bettner of Mankato, Minne
sota, is spending a-few weeks with
his son, E. L. fieanef, and family.
Misses Ruth Wetttworth and Louise
Wilcox of the town ol Northern were
among the out-of-town visitors Sat
New and attractive line of Fulton
folding sulkies, $2.25 to $7.50. Huff
man & O'Leary.Adv.
Miss Marife Klein retained this
morning from Tenstrike, where she
spent the week end, the guest of
Jacob Fishel and L. Fishel of the
town of Liberty were among the out
of-town business visitors in Bemidji
Senator Leonard H. Nord of In
ternational Falls arrived in Bemidji
last evening and spent today here on
Special prices on Sulkies, Go
Carts and Pullman Sleepers. Huff
man & O'Leary.-Adv..
Dr. and Mrs. Delbert F. Dumas of
Cass Lake autoed to Bemidji last eve
ning, returning to their, home this
Arnold Vering and family of Four
teenth street have moved to St. Cloud,
Minnesota, where they will make
lave your furniture repaired at
the bargain store, first Class work at*
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker left
this morning for Federal Dam wherfc
they will spend several days as the
guests of friends.
Mr. and Mrs. A.. P. Blom spent
Saturday in the city on business, re
turning to their home in the town
of Liberty yesterday.
The entire $10,000 stock of Aker
berg, Kittleson & Co., is being sold
at wholesale prices.Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Sathre and
sons, Forrest and Curtis, and daugh
ter, Doris, spent Sunday in the town
of Liberty, the guests of friends.
Mrs. John Dablow of Thief River
Falls was in Bemidji Saturday en
route to her home from Blackduck,
where she has spent a few days visit
Every mother should see our line
of Baby Buggies. Special prices.
Huffman & O'Leary.Adv.
G. A. Walker, agent for the Min
nesota &- International railroad here,
returned to Bemidji this morning
from St. Paul where he has spent the
past several days on business.
Miss Bessie Dillie, who teaches
school near Puposky, was in Bemidji
Saturday. Miss Dillie will complete
her term in another week and will
then return to her home in North
field, MinneaQta,^tp,-.jSpend the sura*
Gasoline Filling Station"Crown
Gasoline"12 6-10c per gallon. C.
W. Jewett Company.:Adv.
Several picnics were held yesterday
about the various points of Lake Be
midji. The "City of Bemidji" was
crowded to its capacity on every trip
and many took advantage of the ex
cellent weather to visit the new
Lee LaSaw, Who is wpsrtihg the
Itasca county term of district court
at Grand Rapids, spent yesterday in
Bemidji visiting his family. He
stated that Judge Stanton has accept
ed an invitation to deliver a-Memorial
day address at Grand Rapids,
One dollar will do the work of
two at the closing put sale of Aker
berg, Kittleson & Co.Adv.
Thomas Carry, operator for the
Great Northern railroad, left today
for Crookston, St. Paul and Wilmont,
where he will spend a few days vis
iting friends and relatives. During
his absence Harold Dahlness will
have charge of Mr. Carry's work.
Big showing of fine, new, small
figured patterns in Cook's Inlaid
Linoleum. Huffman & O'Leary.-
Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Gilman and
little daughter left today for Cov^
ington, Indiana, where ihey will visii
friends and relatives, returning to
Bemidji June 19.' Rev. Scott will
occupy the pulpit" in the Methodist
church during Rev. Gilman's absence.
Rugs, Carpets, Linoleums and
Draperies that are worthy of your
attention. Huffman & O'Leary.
Misses Edith Erwin and Margaret
Lowham entertained at a launch
party yesterday. The guests were
Misses Ida Brown, Wager, Hall, Mc
Dorfald, Brun'er, Folkestad and
$or sale, carload of farm.raised
horses and mares/ at Pogne's Jwery
Barn Everything guaranteed. H.
-James Uullivan, who -has been vis
ihg'frlenife.iafnfl. Relatives in Bemidji
a teWttays, returned, to his home
^Jlt fjolway -today. THr. Sullivan is a
formes Bemidji.high school student
'and & star
that have no eJUa hereaboutsat
prices '-that defy competition. Huff
man "fc O'Lettry.^Adv.
Mr. -and Mrs. W. N. Bowser and
son Eben ^awd daughter, Eleanor,
Mr. and.Mrs/B. W. Lakin, Mr. and
Mrs. C. M."Bacon and Mr. and Mrs.
C. 13. Battles were dinner, guests at
tne- Jester fa*rm-yesterday
*We are"Sening Go-Carts while bur
esteemed competitors are talking
"war." There is a reason for it.
lifts ^CShrfatfije-'Bartel was in Be-1'
T. *\2*v*J ^Aj^J&:^3aMh^'<$* ^&^kJ&TK-:
midji Saturday, enroute to her home
in Owatonna, Minnesota. She has
just completed a successful term of
school near Puposky this being her
second year in that district.
The Pioneer is the place to buy
your rolls of adding machine paper
for Burroughs adding machines. One
roll, a dozen rolls or a hundred rolls.
H. C. Baer, cashier of the Security
State bank, returned Saturday morn
ing from Grand Forks and Devils
Lake, North Dakota, where he has
been on business. Mr. Baer made
the trip to Grand Forks with Attor
ney A. A. Andrews in the latter's car,
returning by train.
The first of the series of new
Mutual Master-pictures to be exhib
ited in Bemidji will be shown Mon
day at The Rex Theater. Read the
theater advertisement elsewhere in
The funeral of R. Grimoldby, who
died Friday at St. Anthony's hospital,
was held yesterday afternoon at 2:30,
at the H. Mooney residence, Rev. S.
E. P. White of the Presbyterian
church officiating. Interment was
made in Greenwood cemetery. The
out-of-town relatives who attended
the funeral were Mrs. George Mc
Taggart of Turtle River, and Miss
Florence Grimoldby of Virginia, Min
nesota, daughters, and his son, Wel
lington Grimoldby, of Fargo, North
Are you filling your car with Puri
ty Gasoline? It means more miles
to every gallon it means ease in
starting it means service through
a modern gravity filling station, and
we have reduced the price to the
public to 12 6-10 cts. St. Cloud Oil
^G. W. Benner of Darien, Wiscon
sin, arrived in Bemidji Saturday to
First exhibition hereof a Mutual Mfc*t*r^l*ti*r# of the series
advertised in The Saturday Evening Post and very recently re-
"A play of excitement and thrillhumor and pathosthat strikejs
every note in the scale of human emotions. Ralph Lewis,
Mae Marsh, Mary Alden and other stars in the cast. 'THE OUT-
CAST, and other Mutual Masterptetures soon to be shown at the
Rex, received recognition elsewheresince first shown during the
past monthas photo-plays of the (highest class. Admission to
Master-picture exhibitions, children 5c, adults 15c.
GRAND THEATER TONIGH
The House of Quality
'The Master Key"
Final episode. There is a iot to happen in this episode.
See how it ends
I "The Diamond From The Sky"
First show 7:20 5cAd.iOe
WHAT IS THE FIFTH C01SAND1ENT?
See it tomorrow at this Theatre. Juiiue Steger, the
famous stage and vaudeville artist, is the star in this
World film. Remember, Tuesday is World Film feay.
Matinee at 3 p. m.
In Every Branch
visit his nephew, E. L. Benner, and
wife of Irvine avenue. Mr. Benner
is returning from a .trip to the Pa
nama exposition in San Francisco and
San Diego, California. With his
wife, Mr. Benner left Darien on
Mardh first, going iia. New Orleans
and after several-weeks' visit in the
Take a glass of Salts before breakfast
if your Back hurts or Bladder
is troubling you.
No man or woman who eats meat regu
larly can make a mistake by flushing the
kidneys occasionally, says a well-known
authority. Meat forma uric acid which
excites the kidneys, they become over
worked from the strain^ get sluggish and
fail to filter the waste and poisons from
the blood, then we get sick. Nearly all
rheumatism, headaches, liver trouble,
nervousness, dizziness, sleeplessness and
urinary disorders come from sluggish
The moment you feel a dull ache in the
ddneys or your back hurts or if the
irine is cloudy, offensive, full of sedi
nent, irregular of passage or attended by
a sensation of scalding, stop eating moat
a.nd get about four ounces of Jad
Salts from any pharmacy take a
tablespoonful in a glass of water before
breakfast and in a few days your kidneys
will act fine. This famous salts is made
from the acid of grapes and lemon juice,
combined with lithia, and has been used
for generations to flush and stimulate
the kidneys, also to neutralize the acids
in urine so it no longer causes irritation,
thus ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts is inexpensive and cannot
injure makes a delightful effervescent
lithia-water drink which everyone
should take now and then to keep the
kidneys clean and active and the blood
pure, thereby avoiding serious kidney
made expressly to fit the needs of every depart
ment of your business. Made to save money for
youmade to keep your records at a minimum
of cost and a maximum of accuracy.
There is an BSBSvJPBBSl Book (or
i Every Business and Profession
Information in detail for the asking
Bemidji Pioneer Office Supply Store
SecurityBank Bldg Phone 3f^
tecotds are the best (or the business or not is sel
dom considered"We've used them for years and
they've served their purpose.** And there the mat
ter dropsbut we don't intend to let you drop it
until we've had a chance to prove to you that there
west, returned by the way of Vic
tofla and Vancouver, over the Cana
dian Pacific, Mrs., Benxjpr stopping
for a visit with relative^ in Saska
toon, Saskatchewan. Mr. Benner,
his brother, B. S. Benner, of Man
kato, who is visiting his son here and
E., L. Benner-and' Wile went on a
fldhing trip yesterday up the Missis
sippi river. The two elder Benners
For MenBehind thePen
You signers of checks, writer* of letters,
keepers of booksand makers of records
here is anew inkin fact, two inks in one.
We were one of the first to add to our
stock the newest member of the Carter's
and Fountain Pen
We feel sure there's a call among our
friends for one ink usable in either fountain
pens or inkwells. A wonderful new flow
controller is part of the equipmentof quarts,
pints and half-pints of Pencraft, A slight
pressure of the finger controls
Gome in and let us fill your
pen with this new ink, and
how you the flow-controller.
ABSfRACTS OF jTTLE
E M. SATHRE
BANKING AHD SAVINGS
Save systematically. Make use of
our Sayings Department. We wel
come your open account.
SECURITY STATE BANK
BR0SVIK, THE TAILOR
BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS
KOORS BROTHERS CO.
Manufacturers and Jobbers
Ice Cream, Bakery Goods, Confec
tionery, Cigars and Foun
316 Minn. Ave. N. W. Phone 125
KEMP KLEANS KL0THES
Putting appearance, value and
new life into a garment ready to
We press a suit for only
Kemp's Dry Cleaning Home
207 Belt. Ave. Phone 581-W
AUTO AND BUGGY PAINT SHOP
We also do house painting of all
kinds. Give us a trial. Our prices
are reasonable. Phone 182.
Old Star Theater Bldg. 2nd St.
The discriminating' smoker
is now smoking,
"Be a Booster"
DRUGS AND JEWELRY
Wholesalers and Retailers.
Service and satisfaction. Yi Mail
Orders given that same service you
get in person.-
Third Bt. Bemidji, Minn.
were born wlthifi ttitee mites of the
gMat rtver, many jfeltaft south of her?
at Nauvoo, Illinois.
Yow will like our method of filling
cars with Purity Gasoline. The.
gravity system Is being demanded
by the public, and all modern filling
station* are now adopting this sys
tem as the guage Bhows each pur
chaser the exact amount of gas that
pays for. We have reduced the
price to you, fifr. Obttsumer, to 12
6-10 cts. per gallon. Purity gaso*
line drawn from a modern gravity
filling station means a big saving
to the Consumer. St. Cloud Oil Co.
Miss Mable Brooks of Lake Boule
vard was hostess at a dinner party
Saturday evening, given in honor of
Misses tllene Boylan, Margaret Piefer,
Agnes Hollander, Edith Erwin and
Margaret Lowham, teachers in the
Bemidji schools, who are staying at
the Brooks home. The decorations
were carried out in pink and white,
carnations being used. The guests
were Mrs. E3. E. Kenfleld, Mrs. N. E.
Given and the Misses Nell Hanson,
Selma Johnson, Ella Poullette, Ida
Brown, Gertrude Malone, Adeline
Giltner, Lee Given, Jane Hayner,
Lucy Brooks, and Messrs. Whitney
Brown, Oscar Nelson, Harold Hayner,
N. E. Given, Walter Gracie, Ralph
Brandon, Paul HoWe, Remson Bell
and Jack Herbert. Miss Brown gave
several solos and a reading, Miss
Jane Hayner played a number of in
strumental solos and Miss Boylan
rendered several vocal solos during
A neutral correspondent of a Pari*
newspaper, who traveled in Austria
brought back a postpard showing
German Uhlans passing under the
Arc de Triomphe in a fancied occu
pation of Paris.
Crystals of sodium nitrate so pure
and perfectly formed that they can
be used in optical instruments have
been made by a Paris scientist.
For Men, Women and Children
PIONEER OFFICE SUPPLY
Everything for the
Office and School
Security' Bank Building
Groceries, Dry Goods Shoes,
Flour, Feed, ete. The
W. G. SCHROBDBR
Bemidji Phone 65.
"THE NEW BEMJDJT
Sold in Bemidji
At your favorite store
Best nickle pencil on earth.
ASK THE MAN
FANCY AND STAPLE
Beachnut Brand of Jams and
Fresh Onions and Rhubarb
CASE'S CASH STORE
GROCERIES AND SHOES
You should try DENISON'S DE-
LICIOUS COFFEES, 25c, 80e, 35c
and 40c the pound. Absolutely
guaranteed. If not satisfactory re
turn it and get your money.
JNO. C. MARIN,
Phone 32 320 Minn. Ave.*
SUPPLIES FOR OFFICE
Typewriter ribbons, carbon paper,
typewriter paper, clips, paper
fasteners, punches, eyelets
Get quantity prices
PIONEER OFFICE STORE
Phone 31 Security Bank Bldg.
LUMBER, COAL AND WOOD
Any quantity you" want.
Building material of all kinds.
This Stove Bums
Oil or Gasoline
HtTROIT VAPOR QTO VK
the "Detroit-Vapor" stove
works like a gas stove. Simply
Ught the burner* and set the kettles
on at flnce* It has no wick. The
hot, smokeless fire burns directly
against the bottom of the cooking
utensils* If you saw this stove you
would want one, especially since they
sell at very reasonable prices. Come
to see this stove. We will give you
an Illustrated booklet fully describ
iag these stoves.
Given Hardware Co.
Your HHmey back if you want it
tftnn&ota Ave., Bemidji
New York.New York state will
be richer by a $2,000,000 tar on Al
fred G. Vanderbilt's $60,000,000 for
tune if it is determined he was a resi
dent of this state.
We wash your clothes as they did
at home. Our specialty is Family
Washing. Try us.
Wholesale and Retail
Piahos, Organs and Sewing
117 Third St. Bemidji.
J. BISIAR, Manager.
DR. F. J. DARRAGH
Specialist of Chronio Diseases
208% 3rd St., over Blooston Store
say and Night Calls Answered
DRS. LARSON & LARSON
Specialists in the Science of
OfBces over Postofflee Bldg.
PhotoB Day and Night
N. L. HAKrIERUP
A. V. OARLOCK, M. D.
EYE EAR NOSE THROAT
Office Gibbons Bldg., North of
Markham Hotel. Phone 106
We want to sell a few Work Har
nesses cheap to advertise thorn..
Call in and see them.
ZlEGLEft'S SECOND HAND
FOR SALE OR RENT
Five-room cottage five-room
With five acres of ground all
ready for crop, close in good
farm for rent a snap on a 5-room
house on Dewey Ave.