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Mr. and Mrs. C. Hall of Oklee,
Minn., spent Monday in Bemidji on
Mrs. J. Demoin and Mrs. Jennie
Plukoviafcy of Yoia weM Bemidji vis
Clara Kimball Young, in "Marry
ing Money" at the Grand theater to
A ten-pound son was born to Mr.
-and Mrs. Thomas Swinson of Bel
trami avenue this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sterns of St.
Paul are theiguests of Charles Com
insky, of Schneider Bros, clothing
Start school right. Write with a
NSW BEMIDJI lead pencil. For Ale
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Medley and
Mrs. Carrie Medley of Tenstrike
transacted business in the city yes
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Brandborg, of Minnesota avenue,
yesterday afternoon, a ntae-paum!
One of these days you ought to
go to Hakkerup's and have your pic
Miss Edith Nelson of Nymore went
to Grand Forks, N. D., yesterday,
where she expects to remain for sev
Miss Marie Coleman of Chelis,
Wash., was in Bemidji yesterday, en
route to St. Paul where she will spend
Sharpen your pencil at the FREE
SHARPENING STATION. The Be
midji Pioneer office.
H. N. McKee and family returned
Saturday from North Dakota where
LEST WE FORGET
In case of fire call 349.
The Bamidji schools will open
Tuesday, Sept. 7.
The Red Lake agency fair will be
held Sept. 22, 23 and M..
The next meeting of the board of
eounty commissioners will be held
on October 4.
The next term of court for Bel
trami county will convene, Tuesday,
There will be another sale of state
school and swamp land of the county
Wednesday, September 8.
Spring chicken dinner given by the
men of the Methodist church, Friday
afternoon, September 17, from 5 to 8
0 December 9 and 10 the winter
convention ef the Northern Minne
sota Development association will be
held in Bemidji.
"Loveland," a musical eemedy pre
sented uader the auspices of the Be
.midji BMw. will he staged at the
Arinkman Sept. 16-17.
BeltMuni eousty's annual fair will
be held oa September 15, 1, 1? and
18. September 16 will be entry day.
The state fair will be in progress
September 8 to 11.
tteoy kwra VMVMI
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
Few medicines have met with more
favor or acoottpHafeed mote good
than Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. From a
mall beffrnnlng-its wtle and use nas
extended to all parts of the United
States and to many foreign countries.
iBrerywhere It has received unstinted
sjpratt*. We confidently beliete that
it tea* rtUarea store palm and suffer
ing and saved the lives of more peo
ple than any other one preparation
in use. nm or two doses of it is
enough to relieve an ordinary attach
ot colic or diarrhoea. It has been
Jlsed in many epidemics of dysentery
^irith perfect success. It is especially
Valuable -for MflnnW diarrhoeas in
Children. Every family should keep
t at hand as attacks of cholera mor
kuftvfte result fatally before medi
cine can be procured or a physician
Mnawrl Obtainable etetfWhere.
past two weeks.
Mrs. W. N. Salw awivoi in B
tmidji last evening tod will remain
here for some time as the guest of
her son, Dr. C. R. Sanborn.
Clara Kimball Young, In "Marry
ing Money" at the Grand theater to*
Tomorrow night at 8 o'clock the
Lady Maccabees will be entertained
at the home of Mrs. H. F. Schmidt.
AH members are cordially invited.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John Moberg
at Beltrami afternoon, yesterday af
ternoon, a ten and a half pound son.
Mr. Moherg is alderman of the First
ave your furniture repaired at
the bargain store, first class work at
Carl Jobiufott of Virginia, Minn.,
who has been the guest of his aunt,
Mrs. R. L. Given, and family of Lake
Boulevard, returned to his home this
Mrs. T. B. Holmes and children
of Grand Forks, who have spent the
summer mouths in their their cottage
at Lakeside, returned to their home
We like the "kids" and they like
to come here. A blotter free to
every child who asks for one. The
J. J. Opsahl, the home maker, who
has spent the past several days in
St. Paul and Minneapolis on busi
ness, will return to Bemidji tomor
Mrs. G. Souder and Mrs. Jasper
Souder and three children of Spur
were among the out-of-town shoppers
in Bemidji yesterday, returning on
the evening train.
Hello, boys and girls. Hear that
school bell? Don't start for school
without a NEW BEMIDJI lead pen
cil. It's the best nickle pencil made.
Any store in town sells 'em.
Mrs. Ross Runnells and son return
ed to Bemidji yesterday afternoon
from Grand Rapid3 wtere they were
called by the death o? Mrs. Runnell's
Miss Elizabeth Erickson returned
from Crookston today where she has
been the guest of her cousins, the
Misses Erika and Helen Danielson,
for the past two weeks.
Send the little ones to the Pioneer
office for school supplies. We know
what they want and they will be
waited on and given special atten
tion by young ladies who know how.
Dorothy and Jane Harris returned
this morning from KelHher
they have spent a week, the guests
of their father, J. O. Harris, propri
etor Of the KelHher hotel.
Miss Emma O'Donnell of Mankato
left this morning for her home after
spending the past two weeks in the
city, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Homer
C. Baer of Lake Boulevard.
Tou can get a big, fat pencil tab
let for a nickle at the Pioneer office,
and an extra big, fat ink paper com
position book for a dime. All the
"kids" will want one when they see
Miss Ella Johnson and Mrs. Carl
Johnson, who have visited at the
home of their mother, Mrs. O. N.
Johnson, of the town of Frohn, re'
turned to their home at Grand Porks,
N. D., yesterday.
Mrs. S. D. Davis, wife of the cash
ier of the First National bank of
Walker, and son, Harold, were in Be
midji yesterday, and while in the city
Harold Davis enrolled in the Bemidji
Attend Cathedral School, Crookston,
Minn. For particulars as to board
and room inquire Emma Noesen, mat
ron, 703 Beltrami Ave., Bemidji, or
Rev. J. Wurm, Crookston, Minn.
C. W. Brandborg, of the City Drug
store, caught a five-pound speckled
trout in the Baudette creek, one mile|
north of Bemidji, Sunday. One of
the speckled beauties weighed two1
and*a half pounds.
Carl Jacobson, stenographer, and
Merle Spencer, exchange clerk, in the?
First National bank of this city, re
turned from Montana yesterday morn-'
ing, where they have spent the pas#
two weeks on a vacation.
Blotters free at the Pioneer office,'
ithe place to buy your pencils, tab-1
lets, composition books, drawing pa
per, erasers, pens, spelling tablets,,
art gum, pencil boxes, paints, paint
cups, in fact everything you need
Clifford Miner of Jamestown, N
D., was in Bemidji yesterday enroute
to Tola, Minn., where he will spend
two weeks at the home of his par
ents. His mother, Mrs. A. M. Miner,
'and daughter, Zehna, met him in Be
DwlghtD. HUlan left last evening
flfcAAKMA^bK&A Napoleon so said. A man*
VWlHWHtV with a weak stomach is
sur* to be a poor fighter. It ia difficult
impossiblefor anyone, man or woman,
if digestion is poor, to succeed in business or
sociaUy-H Intabletorliquid fora
helps weak stomachs to strong, healthy action
hemsthemtodigest the food thatmakesthegood,
rich, redblood which nourishes the entire1
wife and little daughter who. have
spent the past several weeks there as
the guests of Mrs. Miller's parents.
They will return to Bemidji early
Mrs. M. Nelson will leave Friday
night for Little Falls, Minn., where
she will join Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
Swedback of Upsala, Minn. From
there they will motor to Minneapolis
where they will attend the Minne
sota state fair.
Charle3 Knopke left last evening
for the Twin Cities where he will
spend several weeks on a combined
business and pleasure trip. While
in the cities he plans to attend the
500-mile motor speedway race and to
visit the state fair.
J. E. Andrews and family, who
Thisvegetable remedy, to a greatextent, puts
the Hver into activityoils the machinery of
thehnman ayatom anthat. thnAwtm aponri thii wnyVfag hnnra At. *JM Awdr,
behind tbeeaanter, or in the home are rejuvenated into vigorous health.
Has brought relief to many thonaaitda every year for ererforty yean. Iteaa
refitt* yea and doubtless restore to you your former healthadd itnnfffli. At
Jm mm fcavt Dr. HUM'S Mvfctr*fINlfeaa** far tit.
We Are The Dealers
have been visiting relatives in the
town of Northern for the past month,
went to Grand Rapids, Minn., yester
day where they will make their future
home. Mr. Andrews and family have
recently returned from the west.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Johnson and
son, Ralph, of Snooks, who have made
their home on a homestead near
Shooks for the past three years, have
moved back to Bemidji and have
rented the Pendergast residence on
Tenth street and Bemidji avenue.
James Malone has resigned his po
sition as soda dispenser at Birch
mont Beach summer hotel and left
today for Grand Forks,N. D., where
he has accepted a position as reporter
on the Grand Forks Herald. He
will cover the East Grand Forks dis
in this locality for GERTAW-TEE RdDFW6
Find the Certain-teed roofing ad
in any magazine or paper, read it
and then do what it tells yon to do,
viz "Go To The Dealer who will
quote you price and give you further
information about our products."
What Else Do They Make?
1 ply 5-year Certain-teed roofing SI 3 5 a sq.
2 ply 10-year Certain-teed roofing SI.60 a sq.
3 ply 15-year Certain-teed roofing SI .86 a sq.
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Your Money Back If You Want It
PHONE 57 Bemidji, Minn.
State Fair and Exposition
Minneapolis and St. Paul
SEPT 641,191 5
Minnesota is widely known for this splended
annual event and this year promises to out
class all former productions.
Live Stock Show, Agri
culture, Fruit, Flowers
arid Vegetables, Bees,
Dairy Products, Machin
ery, Poultry, Dog Show,
School Exhibits,Art Show
Baby Show, Farm Boys
and Farm Girls Camps,
AviationBattle in the
AirHorse Racing, Auto
Racing by World Speed
Kings, "Joan Newton
Cunio''World'sChampion Lady Driver War of Na
tions each night, Auto
Polo, Vaudeville, Horse"
Show, Roller Coaster,
*'Ye Olde Mille" and many othersequally as good._
Frequent trains, good equipment, con
venient servicePurchase round trip
tickets and travel both ways via the
Ticket Agent, Union Depot,
W. H. GEMMELL. Gen. Mgr.,
Brainerd ^^& -Cr-
Mrs. Beryl Neuman of KeHiher,
who has-been in Bemidji for the past
several weeks, having undergone an
operation for appendicitis at St. An
thony's hospital during her stay here,
has returned to her home. Since
leaving the hospital Mrs. Neuman has
been the guest of Miss Marie Klein.
Henry Dahl, one of the Crookston
Lumber company sawyers, left last
evening for Minneapolis where he
will spend several days before going
to Bend, Ore., where he will enter the
employment of the Shevlin interests.
Dahl has sawed here several seasons
and is a sawyer of exceptional
Miss- Hazel Olson, who has just
returned from the west, where she
has spent the past four months, and
who has been the guest of Miss Ruth
Riley while in Bemidji, went to
Grand Forks, N. D., yesterday, where
she has accepted a position as sten
ographer and bookkeeper with the
Hamm Brewing company.
Mrs. T. C. Bailey of Bemidji, who
is spending several weeks with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Stone, in
Crookston, and Miss Ida Stone went
to Warren today. They will be Sun
day guests of the W. P. Powell family.
Unless rain interferes Mr. and Mrs.
N. P. Stone and family will motor to
Warren tomorrow morning.Crook
ston Daily Times.
Miss Flora Todd of Kelliher, who
has been the guest of Miss Helen
Backus since Friday, left this morn
ing for Minneapolis where she will
attend the Minneapolis Business col
lege this winter, taking up the sten
ographic course. Miss Todd is a for
mer Bemidji girl but has been em
ployed in th-^ First State bank of Kel
liher for some time.
Miss Mabel Kittleson left this af
ternoon for Oklee, Minn., where she
will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Kittleson, former Bemidji resi
dents. Miss Kittleson, who is em
ployed at the Abercrombie book store,
is having a two weeks' vacation and
will also visit at Crookston, Thief
River Falls, Grand Forks and Deer
River before returning to Bemidji.
Rev. J. C. Strand, pastor-evangelist,
who has had charge of the Presby
terian church of this city for the past
three months during the absence of
Rev. S. E. P. White, D. D., left to
day for Thief River Falls on busi
ness. Mr. Strand will return to Be
midji before leaving for his home at
East Grand Forks. Mrs. Strand and
daughter, Cornelia, left for their
Mrs. T. H. Mackie of Ferris,
Minn., celebrated her birth anniver
sary Saturday and some of her Be
midji friends made the occasion a
merry surprise, leaving Bemidji on
the Soo in the morning and spend
ing the day with Mrs. Mackie, re
turning on the Great Northern in
the evening. Those who enjoyed the
pleasure were Mesdames McGregor,
McElroy, Meyer, Battles, Baltzel and
K. H. Olson.
Miss Estelle Strand, who has been
visiting her parents, Rev. and Mrs.
J. C. Strand, for the past several
days, has gone to East Grand Forks,
where she will spend a short time
before going to Mora, Minn., at which
place she will teach domestic science
in the public schools. Her sister,
Gertrude Strand, accompanied her to
East Grand Forks, where she will
attend high school. For the past
two years Miss Estelle Strand has
taught in the Roseau schools.
Splendid for Conitipation.
"About a year ago I used a couple
of bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets
and found them to be a splendid rem
edy for indigestion and constipation,"
writes C. S. Colby, Holland, N. Y.
The Congregational Ladies' Aid
society will meet in the church next
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock Offi
cers will be elected and a new con
Mrs. James Heneghan, formerly of
Nymore, now of Sioux Falls, S. D.,
is visiting her* sister, Mrs. H. A.
Bridgeman, and their mother, Mrs. M.
A Sunday School Teacher Training
class was organized in Nymore Thurs
day evening at the home of Mrs. H.
A. Bridgeman. The class has six
teen members and the officers are
Mrs. George Bridgeman, pres. Mrs.
Frank Evans, sec. Mrs. James Clark,
treas., and Mrs, H. A. Bridgeman,
Mrs. S. S. Scott and children of
Leonard, Minn., visited relatives and
friends in Nymore Thursday. They
were enroute to North Dakota to join
Miss Rose Olson is visiting friends
A campaign is now on in the Ny
more Congregational Sunday school
to raise the attendance to one hun
dred and twenty-flve. An addition
on the chureh building has been
promised when the attendance
reaches that point for six successive
Most of the- slips occur after
cup has been to the lfps. ^jb:,
Pioneer want ada per? l|fe
Vitagraph Broadway Star Feature
Miss Jekyll and Madam Hyde
A psychic drama in three parts. Unconsciously a woman
leads man to ruin. Awakening to a knowledge of her
dual nature she overcomes evil with good. HELEN
GARDNER, PAUL SCARDON, Edward Elkas and Gladden
James are in the cast.
In the Kalem comedy
"Raskey's Roa Show"
"Ham and Bud" feature two marvels of the animal
kingdom. Evening shows begin 7:30 sharp Admission 5c and 10c
Tomorrow"THE ROSARY" see ad. elsewhere.
Tonight, Aug. 31
By Special Request
ELLA WHEELER WILCOX
who wrote the famous poem on which is
based the story of
Will be held over and run tonight.
Admission 5c and 15c First show 7:30, second 8:45
No children admitted tonight unless accompanied
The House of Quality
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
often called "the girl with the $20,000 eyes" in
A "World" feature in five parts
Clara Kimball Young will be
remembered as having star
red in "Hearts in Exile"
which caused so much fay-,
orable comment last June.
The Moving Picture World
says of this comedy:
"It may be placed as one
of the best of recent comedys
that have been produced.
Coming ThursdayA play you should not miss
'SCANDAL"is a story in five parts, representing "scan-
dal personified" and the harm he can accomplise.
MATINEE A 2:30
when it faces our camera,
and you will value itspic
ture in after yeara es
pecially the charming look
of infantile helplessness,
innocense and purity.
IS KIDDYSDAY AT
Shows at 7:30, 8:45
Waiting may mean disap
pointment. Make an ap
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N. L. HAKKERUP
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