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TUESDAY, JULY 13
About The City
LEST WE FORGET
In case of fire call 349.
School board election Saturday
evening, July 17, at 7 o'clock.^
Bemidjl'a 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, July 14.
On December 9 and 10 the winter
convention of the Northern Minne
sota Development association will be
held in Bemidji.
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.
W. B. Cory of Pennington, Minn.,
was a business visitor in the city yes
C. R. Nelson, manager of the Sol
way general store, was in the city
yesterday on business.
For Wood Phone 129.Adv.
Mrs. C. Williams of Becida has
spent the past few days in Bemidji,
the guest of relatives.
Mrs. Bell Eck of Yola came to Be
midji yesterday on business, return
ing to her home today.
Don't get married until you see
Charles Scheers, editor of the
Daylight Moving "MOVIES."
Yes, in Bemidji.
Results Weare willing
to standon the
results of our
here you get
May We Show You?
We have always'tiled to be just a little ahead
oi the other fellow in the general equipment of
our store. Asan evidence-of-thdesireto show
the newest and only the best of everything, we
gladly recommend to users of inkJ
and Fountain Pen
'the newest member of the Carter's Inx family.
Pencraft Ink writes a blue and dries a jet black.
It is especially brilliant, smooth and permanent.
Come in and let usshowyou the new Carter ink
bottle with the new flow-controMet,
PIONEER Phone 31.
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Akeley Herald-Tribune, was a Be
midji business visitor last evening.tTf
'"Mr. an* Mrs. W. N. Bowser and
children are spending a few days at
their cottage at the head of the lake.
1 Nice juicy lemons 15c a dozen at
Mrs. N. Trahan of Tenstrike was
among the out-of-town shoppers yes
terday, returning home in the eve
Mr. and Mrs. George Gregor of
Turtle River are spending a few days
in Bemidji this week, the guests of
Good lemons all this week at 20c
per doz. Otto Schwandt. Phone 33.
The Lady Foresters will meet in
the basement of the Catholic church
this evening at 8 o'clock. All mem
bers are requested to be present.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Mackey of Ros
by are visiting at the home their
daughter, Mrs. Homer Balzell, of Mis
sissippi avenue for a few days.
Daylight -Moving "Movies" for
Bemidji. One dime. Coming soon.
Mrs. Ross Miller of Yola, who has
been visiting her mother, Mrs. D. O.
Spencer, of Tenth street for the past
ten days, returned to her home yes
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Garlock of
Weils, Minn., arrived in the city this
morning and are the guests of'their
son, Dr. A. V. Garlock, and family
of Lake Boulevard.
One of these days you ought to
go to Hakkerup's and have your pic
Mrs. Rose Cossentine of Blackduck
and Mrs. Herman Thorn of Hornet
returned yesterday from St. Hilaire
where they have been visiting friends
and relatives for a week.
The Baptist Sunday school will
hold its annual picnic tomorrow at
Diamond Point, and will leave the
church building at 9 a. m. Every
one is asked to bring cups and spoons.
The new "Movie." Here soon.
Time will tell. One dime per time.
Judge B. F. Wright of Park Rapids
arrived in Bemidji last evening and
heard several cases in chambers. He
expected to return to his home this
evening but was detained on official
Mrs. S. A. Gregg and family of
Littlefork, who have been guests at
the Bert Getchell home since Satur
day, left last night for Des Moines,
la., where they will visit until Oc
jave your furniture repaired at
the bargain store, first class work at
Mr. and Mrs. W. H.*Burtis and
daughters, Helen, Barbara and Mary,
of Decorah, Iowa, arrived in the city
this morning and are the guests of
Mrs. Burtis' mother, Mrs. Emma
Stewart, of Dewey avenue.
O. L. Dent of Bemidji was here
Tuesday in connection with his im
portant work as referee in ditch mat
ters. Mr. Dent is a good, thorough,
painstaking man for this difficult po
sition.International Falls Press.
To open new "Movie" in Bemidji.
Entirely different. Hang on to your
dimes. You'll not regret it.Adv.
Sunday a large number of Farley,
Turtle River and Spur people held
a picnic at Blakely's Point. Boat
ing, games and bathing was enjoyed
and dinner and supper was served.
Nearly one hundred people enjoyed
Extra special for Wednesday at
Troppman's2,000 yards flowered
and figured lawns lc per yard. Limit
10 yards to a customer.Adv.
Mrs. M. Z. Daily of Bovey, Minn.,
who has been the guest of her aunt,
Mrs. Frank Lattimer, of T\urtle River,
spent yesterday in Bemidji, the guest
or friends, returning to her home in
the evening. She was accompanied
to Bemidji by her aunt, Mrs. Latti
There will be an auction sale of
horses at the Soo stock yards Thurs
day and Friday, July 15 and 16. All
young western horses. Marks & Co.
Evening trips around Lake Be
midji on-the "City of Bemidji" are
proving popular and the boat is well
filled on each excursion. The ser
vice which is being afforded resort
ers at various points around the lake
by Captain MacLachlan Is much ap
The announcement of a new
"MOVIE" day and night will doubt
less startle Bemidji. New York has
'em, why not Bemidji? Third Street
Raymond E. Elder, who is con
nected with the Patterson carnival
company which is to play here for
five days, beginning July 26, spent'
yesterday and today in Bemidji. Mr.
Elder was with the show when it was
here three years ago and claims that
it is even better this year.
Ladies' suits at $2.98 early spring
Moving "MOVIE." En
Beauty More Than Skin Deep
A beautiful woman always has
good digestion. If your digestion is
faulty, Chamberlain's-Tablets will do
you good. Obtainable everywhere".
models. A number of patterns to
lect from, no two alike. Troppman's
July Clearance Sale, commencing Sat
urday, July 10.Adv. .-*&$*..,*$%
The Ladies' Aid society ~of~ 'the
Swedish Lutheran church wilt be en
tertained at the farm of Mrs. Alma
Smith, Thursday afternoon. The la
dies will meet at Berglund's store or
at the Layon residence on Lake shore
at 1:30, and rigs will be there to
convey them to the farm.
The highest bidder can buy good
western horses Thursday and Friday,
July 15 and 16, at the Soo stock
yards at an auction sale. Horses
weigh from 1,000 to 1,300 pounds.
Last evening the D. D. D. club
entertained at a theater party at
the Rex, in honor of Miss Lela Wal
lace of International Falls. In the
party were Misses Lela Wallace,
Mercedes Morrison, Mae Scarrott,
Irma Hazen, Marie Miller, Anna
Brown and Gladys Armstrong.:
I have some fine 16" Jackpine to
sell either by the cord or carload.
Call C. LaJambe. Phone 113^-J.
When you want some eggs bad call
the same Frenchman, 113-J.-Adv.
Misses Clara Hanson and Clare
Collins, two of the camp-fire girls
of Crookston, who have been spend
ing the past couple of weeks at the
H. O. Rosaan cottage at Lavinia, re
turned to their home today. The
other members of the Washomosha
matik-qamp will remain at the!lake
until Thursday of this week.
Get a good horse at the auction
sale Thursday and Friday, July 15
and 16. Sale will be held at the Sod
stock yards, all horses going to the
highest bidder. Forty western
horses weighing from*l,000 to 1,300
Tonight the members of the Chris
tian Endeavor society and the Hy
shi-ni club of the Presbyterian church
will enjoy a picnic and weiner roast
at the dam. There will be about 60
in the party and the "City of Be
midji" will leave the city dock at
6:45, returning about midnight The
outing will he held rain or shine.
If it rains supper will be served on
the boat or the pavilion.
The Epworth league of the Metho
dist church will give an ice cream
social at the E. C. Styles lawn on
Lake Boulevard and Tenth St., Thurs
day night, beginning at 8 o'clock and
until all are served. Tickets 15c.
Everybody welcome.-Adv.. i
Theodore Nelson, manager of the
land sales department of the state
auditor's office, arrived in Bemidji
last evening from International Falls
where he conducted a sale of state
school and swamp lands yesterday.
He went to Cass
where he will transact business aT
the government land office and' Will
return this evening. A sale will be
held at the court house here tomor
Many automobile owners in Be
midji and vicinity are using Purity
Gasoline and Diamond Cylinder oils
exclusively. If you are interested in
the maximum of economy in Oper
ating your car, a trial of this brand
of oils will make you a steady user.
St. Cloud Oil Co., of Bemidji.Adv.
Mrs. M. E. Knappen of Tenstrike
was in Bemidji yesterday. She was
returning to her home from attend
ing the Deanery conference held at
the Cass Lake mission, under the aus
pices of Archdeacon Parshall, of Cass
Lake, and which came to a close
Thursday. Among the speakers
were Bishop Morrison of Duluth,
Bishop Beecher of Nebraska, and Rev.
James Wise of St. Louis, Mo., who
gave lectures on social ethics, Sun
day school and missionary work. Fred
Smith of Red Lake, who was present
at the conference, interpreted two of
the lectures in the Indian language.
During the conference numerous lake
trips were enjoyed, a launch having
been engaged for the occasion.
Purity Gasoline is manufactured by
the Ponca Refining Co. at Ponca
City, Okla., one of the largest Inde-,
pendent Refineries in the world Re
gardless of current reports, Purity
gasoline will continue to maintain
Its high standard of quality, and we
are ready to prove to the consumer
that Purity Gasoline means more
mileage, more power, and greater ef
ficiency, and a consequent saving in
operating expenses. St. Cloud Oil
Co., of Bemidji.Adv.
A Lost Sea.
"One of the most curious-experiences
I ever had," says James Oliver Gar
wood, the author, "occurred on my first
trip to James bay, the southern por
tion of Hudson bay. We reached the
bay just at sunset. It happened that
I was the first to awaken in the morn
ing, and when I crawled out of my
tepee I gave a yell that rousedJ
camp. The sea was gone! Not a sign
of that vast grass grown dip in which
it had been. My first thought, and a
natural one, was that I was out of my
head. Where had the sea gone? Had
we really camped on its shore the night
before? I strained my eyes, but"could
see nothing but that dip speckled with
pools of water. I was in the^ company
of a Hudson bay factor at "the time,
and I turned to find him laughing.
Then the explanation came. At this
point James bay was unusually shal
low, and at low tide the sea dropped
back seven miles! During, the night It"
had actually leftr^"'' us seven miles in
An English inventor has combined
a rubber flesh brush and soap dish*
provided with a vacuum cup on-the
GRAND FORKS BAY NEWS
(By Esther Lambe.)
Mrs. Tom Neshit, Miss Jennie Nes,
bit, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Hankey, Miss
Louise Netate, Will Nesbit and chil
dren, Janet and Keith, are enjoying
lake life at the Nesbit cottage.
Mrs. Brechet of Minneapolis and
daughter, lone, are settled in their
camp, "Cupid's Hang Out," while
Miss Marietta Hanson of Minneapolis
is their house guest. Jj
Miss Loretta Glockner and Miss
Irene Valalley of Grand Forks have
left for their homes after enjoying a
week's visit with Helen Ryan.
Mrs. A. A. Westeen and daughters,
Esther and Iva, have taken Wolff's
cottage for the summer.
Misses Ruby, Leila and Grace
Simonton and Clifford- Simontoh of
Minneapolis are keeping house and
enjoying lake life at the Aubolee cot
Mrs. Louis .Deichert and daughter,
Estelle of Grand Porks are spending
the summer at "Hi-Jinks."
Mrs. J. H. Lambe of Grand Forks,
and children have arrived at their
cottage to spend the rest of the sum
Grand Forks Bay boasts of the best
fisherman for miles around.
Mrs. Woodworth of Minneapolis,
Mrs. Templeton, Maud Templeton and
Francis Templeton of Grand Forks
are enjoying an outing at the Wood
Mrs. Lund of Grand Forks is a
house guest at the home" of her sis
ter, Mrs. A. A. Westeen. 4
"Misses Huldah and Norma Ellstad
have left for their home in Grand
Forks after enjoying*, a pleasant visit
with Miss Estelle Deichert.
Mrs. Herman Wolff, ,Mistf Elsie
Wolff, Herman Wolff, Mrs. Corrigan
and children are spending the sum
mer at the Wolff cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Lycan. Miss
Donfta-Lycan and Wilbur Lycan have
taken the O'Connor home for several
Marshmellow roasts are popular.
The most recent one has been given
hi honor of the Misses Loretta Glock
ner and Irene Valalley of -Grand
Forks. The young people who joined
in the fun were the" Misses Inez, Vi-
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The taste of pure, rich'tobacco does not need to be covered up. An
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vian and Helen Ryan, Mable Graham,
Mable Hagen, Leila and Ruby Simen
ton, lone Brechet, Marietta Hanson,
Messrs. Harold White, George Gra
ham, Lloyd Tanner, Earl Riley, El
bridge Lord, Myron Plummer, Morris
Whiting, Ed Simons, Winnifred
Knapp and Glenn Thompson.
Mr, and Mrs. Church of Grand
Forks are house guests of Mrs.
Louise Deichert. i
The Lycan bungalow is the scene
of a merry house party. The guests
are the Misses Madaline Turner, Ma
rie Sattler, Ada Budge, Elsie Wolif,
ArvJlla Kenfield, Donna Lycan and
Messrs. Portor Talcott, Herman
Wolff Hume _- Bacon- and Wilbur
Sandy McDonald of Grand Forks
is a guest at the Wolff cottage for a
Mrs. Templeton has left for her
home in Grand Forks after an en
joyable visit at the Woodworth home.
Mrs. Charles Cooley of Grand
Forks has arrived at the Bay and is
the guest of Mrs. Woodworth.
Miss Margaret Williams, who is to
be married this month at the sum
mer home of her parents, "Lone
Pine," at Lakeside, to David Smith
of Edmonton, was the honor guest
of Mrs. T. S. Corrigan and Miss Elsie
Wolff at a kitchen shower and
supper party at the home of the lat
ter at Grand Forks Bay. The after
noon was spent in hemming towels
for the bride-to-be. Large red peon
ies were used effectively in decor
ating the rooms, and supper was
served at 6:30, the Misses Alice
Smith and Estelle Deichert assisting
the hostess in serving. The guests
were Mesdames Bachellor, Budge
Corrigan, Wolff, Misses Caroline
Shideler, Martha Williams, Donna
Lycan, Maud Templeton, Ernestine
Jacobi, Elsie Wolff and the honor
guest, Miss Margaret Williams.
An S-shaped hook that can be
folded for carrying in the pocket has
been invented to enable a person to
hang up his hat and coat in almost
any place he may so desire.
To prevent flies from entering a
house when a screen door is opened
an Iowa woman has patented a fan
unfolded by the door to blow them
_, for I S years*
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Store 217 3rd St.,. Bemidji, Minn.
A *3fc HouseoTQu^lity
mr^mMmm^-yroTtt Film Co. presents
Diarrhoea Quickly Cured.
"About two years ago I had a se
vere attack of diarrhoea which lasted
for over a week," writes W. C. Jones,
Buford, N. D. "I became so weak
that I could not stand upright. A
druggist recommended -Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Vivian Martin, the piquant, winsome little girl who played in
"Old Dutch*' with Lew Fields, plays the part of Betty 'Brown,*^
sweet and pretty to look at and an outrageous flirt. She gets into
lots of funny mixups, and a whole sea of trouble, and the play, is
interesting and amusing throughout. ?8$fe
Shows at 7:30,8:30.
Tomorrow, MARY FULLER and Matt Moore in the 3
part drama "The onor of The Ormsbys."
Thursday and Friday, THEDA BARA, star of "A Fool
There Was/' in "The Clemenceau Case," a play of
the same order but not as strong.
In the "Ham" comedy entitled
Lubin presents Velma Whitman and L. C. Shumway in
"The Terrible One"
A three reel feature
-Lillian Walker, Evert Overton, Garry McGar
ry and Lillian Burns in
The Love Whip"
By B. Cassell Produced by Wilfrid North
Admission, Children 5c, Adults 10c
Mny ur ve st pocKS
You'll have no'-..\i7SU' more use fof
your head if you buy one of
these^!veSTpocket* Lbbse Lfetiftf"
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"LITTLE MISS BROWN"
A Vitagraph three part photoplay about which the
Moving Picture World says "Affords the last word in
thrills," and "Edgar Allen Poe never excelled the grip-
ping, awe-inspiring power of the scenes" in
"The Return of Maurice Donnelly9
during which he is electrocuted and then brought back
"Ham's Easy Eats"
there are many comic mishaps.
Children 5c -ADMISSION Adults IOc
Wednesday and Thursday
"The Black Box"
Carrring Friday, Ju5y 4 6th
"Rumpelstiltslcin" for the "Kiddies" and a story of ling-
-ering fascination for the grown ups.
The first dose relieved me and within
two days I was as well as ever." Ob
Pulse beat sounds in the ears,
caused by defective blood circulation,
are cured by alternating electric cur
rents by a French physician."
Bemidji Pioneer Mica Supply Store
Security Bank Bldg. Phone 31