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SATURDAY MATr*9, lMS.vH^'h^
LEST WE FORGET
Flag Day is June 14.
In case of fire call 349.
Tuesday, June 15, Is "Good Roads
Summer school begins June 21. It
will last five weeks.
Bemidji's Vawter-Redpath Chautau
qua will be held August 3 to 7, in
The legislative excursion will
reaeh Bemidji June 17, spending the
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.
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 16, 16, 17 and
18. September 15 will be entry day.
The state fair will be in progress
September 6 to 11.
June 10 ana 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.
A. Johnson of Kelliher was among
the out-of-town visitors in Bemidji
For Wood Phone 120.Adv.
Rev. Belfaas of Littlefork was the
guest of Rev. and Mrs. Osmund John
Henry Fallon of Minnesota avenue
is spending a few days in Brainerd
Strawberries 15c a quart this eve
ning at Troppman's.Adv.
Mrs. Knut Sandland of the town
of Frohn was the guest of Bemidji
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Simpkins of
Turtle River transacted business in
Strawberries 15c a quart this eve
ning at Troppman's.Adv.
Barney Sarver of Barnesville, Min
nesota, is visiting friends in Grant
Valley for several days.
H. Holgren will return from Min
neapolis Monday, where he has been
on business for a few days.
Excursion to new hotel every eve
ning. Boat leaves at 7:30.Adv.
Guy Aubol of Crookston, deputy
COURAGE IS COMMON IN THIS
London, April 3.Every English
man knows how to die bravely. The
Irish, Scotch and English soldiers
face the bayonets, the machine guns
as though out on dress parade. It is
the men who sicken and die in the
trenches, or at home after an ardous
campaign that our sympathy goes out
to most. There are thousands of
such men behind the battle lines who
went to the front without the strong
constitution and good pure blood to
withstand the deprivations, the hard
ships of the campaign in Belgium and
France. It's a warning that wfr
should pay strict attention to our
stomach, liver and blood. If one is
all out of sorts he should take an in^
vigorating tonic and alterative such
as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery which cures diseases of" the'
stomach and organs of digestion and
nutrition. It eliminates from the
blood disease breding poisons. It
makes the blood rich and pure, and
furnishes a foundation for sound phy
sical health. Fifty years ago, Dr.
Pierce' of the Invalid's Hotel a,nd Sur
gical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y.,
found that certain barks and roots
manufactured by using glycerine
without the use of alcohol or opi
ates, made into a concentrated ex
tract, which he cailed Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery, made a
stimulating tonic for the simulation
of the food and eradicated stomach,
helped the digestion and as-polsona.
from the blood. This is nature'**
cure for indigestion, and by correct
ing the blood on pure materials the
red blood corpuscles are increased'
and the body established in a heal-,
thy state. No one suffers from ca
tarrh who has plenty of red blood
corpuscles and a good digestion. Ca
tarrh in all its forms is a stagnation
of the blood. Introduce pure red
blood into the system by taking the+m
collector of internal- revenue, was a
business visitor in Bemidji yesterday
Would like washing by the day at
home or will go out. 518 5th street.
Tom Riley, of Grand Rapids, for
mer sheriff of Itasca-county and now
deputy sheriff, was in Bemidji on offi
cial business yesterday.
One of these days you. ought to
go to Hakkerup's and have your pic
Miss Joe Halgren of Minneapolis
arrived in Bemidji this morning and
will be the guest of her brother, For
est Halgren, and wife for several
Carnations and Roses. Special
prices for Decoration day. Bemidji
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bacon of Lake
Boulevard autoed to Fargo, North
Dakota, Thursday to visit relatives.
They will return to Bemidji Thurs
lave your furniture repaired at
the bargain store, first class work at
G. E. Keenan, of Deer River, for
mer superintendent of schools in
that place, but now engaged in the
real estate business, was in the city
The entire $10,000 stock of Aker
berg, Kittleson & Cq., is being sold
at wholesale prices.Ady.
Rev. Osmund Johnson, accompanied
by his wife and daughter, Alfhild,
and son, Paul, will go to Turtle
River tonight where Mr. Johnson
will preach tomorrow.
Gasoline Filling Station"Crown
Gasoline"12 6-10c per gallon. C.
W. Jewett Company.Adv.
Mrs. S. A. Smith of Renville, Min
nesota, who has been the guest of
her sister, Mrs. R. E. Miller, for the
past several days, returned to her
home yesterday morning.
One dollar will do the work of
two at the closing out sale of Aker
berg, Kittleson & Co.Adv.
Mrs. Dave Carr and brother, E.
Lockett, of Akeley, Minnesota, ar
rived in Bemidji yesterday and will
remain in the city to attend the Dec
oration day exercises, Monday.
Write Mankato Commercial Col
lege as follows: I want to know
about your school send me your free
Forest Halgren, local manager of
the Gamble-Robinson-Bemidji com
pany, will return to Bemidji tomor
row morning from the Twin Cities
where he has been on business.
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.
Dr. E. H. Marcum and wife and
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Brooks went to
Crookston this morning in the doc
tor's new Hudson car. They expect
to return to Bemidji Monday eve
The high school manual training
exhibit will be on display in the win
dows of "The Home of Good Hard-
ware," Saturday and Sunday. C. E.
Mrs. R. A. Dickenson of Buena
Vista came to Bemidji yesterday to
visit her daughter, Miss Mildred
Dickenson, who is a high school stu
dent. Mrs. Dickenson returned to
her home today.
We have a big stock of plants for
window boxes and bedding, all
fresh and home grown. At the
Greenhouse, 1242 Doud. A. E. Web
ster, Phone 166.Adv.
Mrs. C. G. King will return to Be
midji tomorrow morning from Min
neapolis, where she went to meet her
sister, Miss Islia Nelson, who has
been attending school at Faribault,
Minnesota. Miss Nelson will spend
the summer in Bemidji, a guest at
the C. G. King home on Minnesota
There's "some display" in the win
dows of the "Home of Good Hard
ware" across the street from the
Northern Auto Co. Stop and look.
Come in and ask questions if you
Mrs. Clara Korthos of Minneapolis,
who has been a guest at the R. E.
Miller home for the past several
days, returned to her home yester
day, having been advised of the ill
ness of her sister-in-law. Mrs. Kor
thos is a trained nurse and expects
to return to Bemidji later in the
summer, and if satisfactory arrange
ments can be made, may decide to
make her home in Bemidji.
Next Saturday, Sunday and Mon
day evenings, and other evenings
during the week when he has no
more important engagement, Prof. H.
Tieson, the capable instructor of the
Bemidji band, will play the violin
and direct the .music in The Rex
Mrs. Bridget McManus, 70, of Ny
more, died. yesterday morning
from old age and .a general break
down, having been ill for the past
couple of months. The funeral will
be held Monday forenoon from St.
Philip's Catholic church, Father J.
J: T. Philippe officiating. Interment
will be made in Holy Cross cemetery.
She leaves nine children to mourn
her death, three daughters, Mrs. P.
J. Braphy of Sauk Center, Mrs. Ella
Roy of Duluth, and Mrs. Thressa Mc
Arthur of Port. Hood, Nova Scotia,
nd her sons, Frank, Joe, Tim and
Jhn, ail of Bemidji, Thomas of Ny-
"Medical Discovery" and health is as- ,_
First show 7:30
Matinee 3 p. m.
leaves forty grandchildren and four
Keystone comedies are considered
by many as the funniest shown on
moving picture screens. One will be
exhibited at The Rex Theater tonight
and at frequent intervals thereafter.
Those who appreciate "pleasing
photo-plays" will find in the program
advertised elsewhere, announcements
of high class attractions to be shown
tonight and regularly at the REX.
Mrs. E. G. Klungness -and son, Jo
seph, and daughters, Effle, Alice and
Irene, will leave Saturday for their
new home twenty miles southwestof
Minot, North Dakota, where Mr.
Klungness has purchased a 160-aere
farm. Mr. Klungness and daughters,
Myrtle and Alma, have been at the
new home since May first, Mrs.
Klungness remaining in Bemidji in
order to let the children finish the
school year. George Klungness, who
is employed by the Crookston Lum
ber company and James, who is at
the' Markham hotel, will remain in
Bemidji for the present. E. G.
Klungness has been employed at the
electric light plant for the past ten
years serving two years as fireman
and eight years as engineer.
S. A. Smith was a Bemidji caller
C. A. Olson and son called on local
merchants Friday and returned Sat
A. O. Hanson started his road job
Li. E. Hanson was a Bemidjf caller
Tom Staven had the misfortune
of losing a horse last week.
Charley Watkins of Bear Creek
attended the ball game Sunday.
Clyde Petrie and wife came out to
Petrie's Sunday. They all attended
the ball game.
Joseph Nyhus was a Bemidji caller
Monday. *i FROHN
The Aardahl Young Folks' so
ciety of Frohn has decided to have a
picnic at the home of Carl Opsata in
the town of Bemidji on June 20. Ev
Mrs. S. K. Braaten and daughters,
Agnes and Stella, left Monday morn
ing for Upham, N. D., to visit her
sons, Selmer and Conrad, who have
a restaurant at Upham. They will
also visit other relatives there.
The North Frohn baseball team
played with the Rosby nine at Rosby
last Sunday. The score was 15 to
30 in favor of Rosby. With the
jL ^CtTt^ ?SS -.*VJ-
presen4n is unknown. Sh
The House of Quality? fc
Metro Picture corp. presents
S. MILLER KENT
in the 5 act romance of the plains
RE THEATRE RE
By Richard Harding Ravis, featuring LILLIAN GISH
mwm Dhwt rami
Cowboy and The I2adyr
From the book by Clyde Fitch. S. Miller Kent played the title role
of this play when it was a regular show, and this is his first ap-
"How Ida Got a Husband1'
Sunday's Program \,r
"O'Carry of the Royal Mounted"J
A great three part story of the great out doors and the North-
west, of strong .passions and fiercer jealousies. -t~--
good pitching of Lewis King and
Mike Rabi behind the bat and the
heavy hitting of Rosby "done made
the game interesting" and a big
crowd was there to root for the
Rosby "umps." S
Among the callers Sunday were
Oscar Hanson at BjelhVs, and Martin
and Otto Moe at Braaten's.
To Relieve Rheumatic Pains.
It is only a waste of time and
money to take strong medicine for
chronic or muscular rheumatism.
Chamberlain's Liniment freely ap
plied will relieve the pain and sore
ness and the rheumatism gradually
disappears. Obtainable everywhere.
Mrs. Burnheim of Scribner spent
the week end with relatives near
Mrs. Bergiand left Monday for
Rush City after spending a few
months with her daughter, Mrs. C.
Moller. Mrs. Moller accompanied
her as far as Bemidji.
Iver Bruun transacted business in
Miss Maidie Sthol left Monday for
St. James where she will spend a few
weeks visiting relatives and friends.
The infant son of C.?0. Roen died
Friday of last week and was buried
Mrs. F. Klingbeil was a Bemidji
Evils of Constipation.
Those who are habitually troubled
with constipation and who permit
their bowels to go two to three days
without an operation have little rel
ish for their foodr^l^elr stomachs
become disordered," they have piles'
and kidney diseases. No one can
reasonably hope for good health un
less his bowels move once day. If
they do not move naturally they
should be helped, "andtifor- this pur
pose you will find no better medicine
than Chamberlain's Tablets. Ob
Insure your live stock
against death from any
One of the famous Keystone comedies will also be exhibited. It is
called "A BIRD'S BIRD"
Children 5c ADMISSION Adults 15c
A three part Broadway Star Feature
Dwight D. rWller
TeL 360 P. 0. Box 222
Another Mutual Master-Picture?
The play that will keep you right on edge from start
to finish _..-
"m LOS HOUSE
"THE RADIUM THIEVES"! ^/f-
featuring Leah Baird and other noted players. To possess the
precious mineral robbery, abduction and murder are attempted.
The woman who recovers it marries one ef the men she saved.
Wallace Beery, famous as "Sweedie^" plays the lead in the comedy
"LOVE AMD TROUBLE" i?
ADMISSION- Adults I Oc
Another Mutual Master-picture. A powerful, imaginative, specta-
cular and highly entertaining play, in five parts,
featuring.Mar-garita Fischer, America's moat beautiiuland attract-
:J "v ive photoplay artist. Supported-by a all star cast.
Children *c -ADMISSION Atfutts 15c
Visitor Thursday. ^'Misa Martha
Klingbeil, who has been employed in
Bemidji for the past few. months, re
turned with her mother. &&- -$,
O. Melby was a Bemidji visitor
Mr. ana Mrs. A Forte^from near
Wilton, were in Pinewood Saturday.
Mrs. C. A. Bye was a business call
er in Bemidji Friday.
Miss Elsie Klinger arrived home
Saturday after teaching a term of
school near Puposky.
Mrs. Young, who was very ill last
week, is reported much improved.
Due to the efforts of Queen Mary,
wounded British soldiers, whenever
possible, are sent to complete their
convalescence in the neighborhood of
Pioneer want ads bring results.
Save .systematically. Make use of
our Savings Department. We wel
come your open account.
SECURITY STATE BANK
I Bemidji, Minn.
BR0SVIK, THE TAILOR
BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS
KOORS BROTHERS CO.
"r Manufacturers and. Jobbers
Ice Cream, -Bakery Goods, Confec
tionery, Cigars and Foun
315 Minn. Ave. N. W. Phone 126
KEMfr KLEANS KL0THES
^Putting appearance, value and
'new life into a garment ready to
We press a suit for only
Kemp's Dry Cleaning House
207 Belt. Ave. Phone 681-W
AUTO AND BUGGY PAINT SHOP
-We also do house painting of all
ikinds. Give us a trial. Our prices
are reasonable. Phone 182.
Old Star Theater Bldg. 2nd St.
The discriminating smoker
is now smoking
"DON ALMO" 4j~
"Bef a Booster" s,
DRUGS AND JEWEL&Y
_.,. Wholesalers and Retailers.
Service' and satisfaction, Mail
Orders,glven that same service you
get in. person. *& n-\*%
%&&*& BARKER'S^* 5"*
Third St Bemidji, Minn.
YOUR HEALTH is due
to fresh airyou want to get away
from the hot kitchen, the dusty streets, the
hot office, in the warm, sultry summer
months. Take a boat across the lake and
ramble along the lake shore or a murmur
ing stream, with the fresh breezes, near
your own summer cottage.
I will build you a nice cottage for $300.00
and sell you a lot at WaVille, where you
wont even have to cook a meal. Get them
at the DINING PARLORS, or at Bass
Lake or Kabekona' 'head of the trail.''
What, you can't afford it? Yfs. you can
under our very easy termseasier than
Just call 737-J and I will tell you how, or
drop me a*postal.
S. A. PAQUIN, agent Red Lake Northern
i^BS^BAJDTS OF TITLE
E. M. SATHRE
BANKING AND SAVINGS
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. SCHROEDER
Bemidji Phone 65.
"THE NEW BEMIDJI"
Sold in Bemidji
At your favorite store
Best nlckle 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, 26c, 30c,- 3#c
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^..
_ etc., etc. .7
Get quantity prices
PIONEER OFFICE' STORE
Phone 31 Security Bank Bldg.
LUMBER, COAL AND WOOD
"j^r/'Any quantity you want, ^.iJ!
Building material of all kinds*
ST. HILAIRE RETAIL LBR. CO.
Phone 100 Bemidji
When You ArcTln^
MINNEAPOLIS or ST. PAUL
Be Sure T- Visit The Wonderful New
Open for the inspection of the Public every day
except Sundays and Holidays, from 8 to 11 a. m.
and from 12:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Round Trip, Including Prison Visit:
From St. Paul, 3 Hours
From Minneapolis, 5 Hours
The Finest Public Institution of its kind In Th World
READ THE DAILY PIONEER WANT ADS
We wash your clothes as they did
at home. Our specialty is Family
Washing. Try us.
Wholesale and Retail
Pianos, Organs and Sewing
117 Third St. Bemidji.
J. BISIAR, Manager.
DR. F. J. DARRAGH
Specialist of Chronic Diseases
208% 3rd St., over Blooston Store
Day and Night Calls Answered
DRS. LARSON & LARSON
Specialists in the Science of,
Offices over Postofflce Bldg.
Photos Day and Night
N. L. HAKKBRUP
A. V. OARLOCK, M.
EYE EAR NOSE THROAT
Office' Gibbons Bldg.,- North of
Markham Hotel.- Phone 105
We want to sell a few Work Har
nesses cheap to advertise them.
Call in and see them.
ZIEGLER'S SECOND HAND:
FOR SALE OR RENT
Five-room i cottage five-room
house with five acres of ground all
ready for crop, close in good
farm for rent a snap on a 6-room
house on Dewey Ave. i,.
MORRIS & LONGBALLA