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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1915.
Alden Remfrey left this morning
for Laporte where he was called on
Misses Emma and Delia McClelland
of Carr Lake were calling on friends
in Bemidji yesterday.
Egg nut Sunday brick ice cream
New Year's.Koors Bros.Adv.
Attorney John F. Gibbons went to
the Twin Cities last night to attend
to matters of business.
M. Loudenback of Bagley was
among the out-of-town business vis
itors in this city yesterday.
Mrs. Ed Stafford and Mrs. Loiiie
Lohn, both of Fosston, are visiting
at the home of Bart Stafford.
For fresh cream that will whip,
phone 65 or 66. W. G. Schroeder.
Miss Julia Simons accompanied her
sister, Miss Mary, to Hines where she
will visit for a few days with friends.
A. B. Flatner left last evening for
Kelliher where he spent the evening
on business, returning this morn
Miss Lucy LaFontisee, deputy clerk
of court of Beltrami county, is con
fined to her home with an attack of
Egg nut Sunday brick ice cream
New Year's.Koors Bros.Adv.
jE. Ebert left the city this morning
for Little Falls, where he will at
tend to business matters for the next
Mrs. Mary Galigher of Turtle
River was in Bemidji yesterday call
ing on friends. She returned on the
Mrs. George Ostrander and Mrs.
Olive Clark, both of Turtle River,
were the guests of friends in this
Have your furniture repaired at
the Bargain Store. First-class work
at reasonable prices.Adv. tf
J. Bisiar, proprietor of the Bemidji
Music House, left last evening for
Blackduck where he will spend the
day on business.
Jacob Kohler of this city returned
last night from International Falls
\rhcic he has been for the past two
days on business.
Robert Norquist, who spent yes
terday in this city on business mat
ters returned to his home in Black
duck last evening.
We have plenty of whipping cream
on hand. Koors Bros.Adv. Idl231
Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Aldrich and
Luman Aldrich of Wilton were atoong
the out-of-town business visitors in
this city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hess were in
the city yesterday from their home at
Tenstrike visiting with friends and
Dr. A. V. Garlock of this city was
called to Kelliher last evening on
business. He returned on the early
morning train today.
Will be closed all day on New
Year's. Please give us your orders
Friday last delivery 6 p. m. W. G.
Scproeder. Phone 65 or 66.Adv.
Mrs. B. J. Tollifson of Rosby was
among the day's business shoppers
in this city yesterday. She return
ed late yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. A. P. Henrionnet left last
evening for the Twin Cities where
she will spend the next few days on
business and visiting with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Vernon of Lit
tle Falls are expected to arrive in
this city today to spend the next few
days at the Dr. C. R. Sanborn home.
We have plenty of whipping cream
on hand. Koors Bros.Adv. Idl231
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller of Thief
River Falls will arrive in the city
today to spend New Year's as the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Brooks.
Rev. O. Johnson, pastor of the Nor
wegian Lutheran church of this city,
will leave tomorrow for Turtle River
where he will conduct services Sun
Rudolph Barrette, who has spent
the past week as the guest of his sis
ter, Mrs. W. K. Denison, returned
*this afternoon to his home in Crook
Attend Bemidji Business College.
"Day and evening sessions. Mid-win
ter term begins January 4, 1916.
Miss Florence Grimoldby left last
evening for Minneapolis where she
will spend the next few days with
her friend, Mrs. A. Strand, of Ne
H. Mayne Stanton, editor of the
Grand Rapids Herald-Review, arrived
in the city this afternoon to visit with
friends and relatives over New
It i.ai%f t.t
An Old KentMsky Home
Since I Began
I Weigh 120
Pouiids for the
First Time in
My Life. My
was 102 lbs. My
Mother who is
76 Years Old
Had Grown so
Weak She could scarcely walk.
She also took Peruna and is flesh-
ier and looking well.
The above splendid woman is Mrs. Hattk Hamilton, of 918 Glen Ave., Latonia, Ky.
5'he recommends Peruna to ell housewives. Address The Peruna Co., oi Columbus,
Oiiio, for a free"copy of the "Ills of Life."
Dr. E. H. Smith left on the eve-
look -for -the ricfi 5rx*u)n
CIMS CEREAL is made of the best selected
Northern Wheat and roasted Barley Malt.
It is the barley malt which gives Sims its
wonderful rich flavor. Look for the rich brown
particles in a package of Sims.
Sims may be used for every mealwiiuH
try it once for breakfast and you will find "that
the new flavor is a most satisfying one.
Your grocer has a package of Sims waiting
Why not taste it yourself today
SIMS CEREAL COMPANY
Minneapolis, Minn., U. S. A.
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
The above expresses our
wish to all citizens of this
city and community.
We will be closed all day
NEW YEAR'S DAY,
Saturday, Jan. 1, 1916.
ning north bound train for Tenstrike
where he attended to business matters
last evening. He returned this
Miss Amelia Bye who has been vis
iting with friends and relatives in
this city for the past few days re
turned last night to her home in
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Marcum left
PLEASING PHOTO PLAYS
TONICHT-Biograph two part drama "A MYSTERY
OF THE MOUNTAINS Selig animal feature drama
"IN LEOPARD LAND." Admission 5c and IOc.
Earl Williams and Anita Stewart in Vitagraph play-
let "COUNT 'EM."
Saturday- Matinee and evening. A five part feature
drama "THE CURSE OF GREED," showing tense
situations with enough thrills to interest and startle the
spectator. Admission, children 5c adults 10c.
this afternoon tor Crookaton where
they will visit over New Year's with
Mr. Marcum's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Marcum.
Mrs. J. McFadin entertained a few
of her friends at a small party yes
terday afternoon given in honor of
her mother, Mrs. A. L. Poogood, of
Mrs. William Clish accompanied by
her two children and mother, Mrs. R.
Gleason, left today for Walker where
they will visit at Mrs. Gleason's home
over the holidays.
Dr. J. W. Diedrich, Bemidji's new
dental phyician, left this morning for
his home in Little Falls where he
will visit with friends and relatives
till next, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Newman were
in the city yesterday enroute from
their home at Keewatin to Northern
where they will visit for the next
two weeks with friends.
Whitney Brown, bookkeeper and
stenographer at the Barker Drug and
Jewelry store, left last night for Tur
tle River where he will visit over
New Year's with his parents.
Miss Nell Shannon, who has been
visiting her parents during the
.Christmas holidays, left this morning
for Minneapolis where she will visit
with friends for a few days.
E. R. Evans, one of the officials
of the Crookston Lumber company of
this city left last night for Minne
apolis where he will attend the
funeral of the late Thomas Shevlin.
Charles A. Carter, well known in
this city for his holdings in the Kave
Carter Lumber company, returned to
his home at Hines last night after
spending yesterday here on business.
Miss Delia Bradley, who has been
teaching school at Biwabik during
the past term returned last evening
from that city where she has been
visiting friends for the last several
Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Ingersoll of
Brainerd and Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Wieland of Brainerd will arrive in
the city today to visit over the New
Year as the guests of Dr. and Mrs.
C. R. Sanborn.
Glen Peck who has been visiting
with friends and relatives in this
city for the last three days returned
this morning to Melrose where he is
employed at brakeman on the Great
Miss Jessie Bame and her brother,
Glen, who have been visiting in this
city over Christmas at the H. B. Mc
Connell home returned this morning
to their home in Crosby. Mrs. Bame
Jule Achenbach of Kelliher, well
known in this city for his athletic
accomplishments, arrived in the city
this morning with a serious case of
the grip. He will enter St. Anthony's
hospital for treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Warfield and
son, Herbert, arrived in the city last
evening from Princeton, 111., where
they spent the Christmas holidays and
attended the annual family reunion
of the Warfield family.
Mrs. Lester Monte and her mother
in-law, Mrs. Mary Monte, who have
spent the Christmas holidays visit
ing with the former's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. William Lilly, left yester
day for their home in St. Paul.
Carrol C. Hill, who received a se
rious burn on his right arm, making
it impossible for him to continue his
duties at the Netzer drug store, left
last evenng for Kelliher on a com
bined business and pleasure trip.
Word has been received in this city
that Alfred Moritz, a former star
athlete of the Bemidji high school
and a graduate of the same institu
tion, was married on De 23, 1915,
to Miss Emma Engeset of Blue Earth,
Miss Grace Fitzwater, principal of
the Bemidji Business college, return
ed yesterday from Chicago where she
has spent the past two weeks visit
ing. While there she also attended
the annual Gregg Shorthand feder
Dr. E. W. Johnson, county health
officer, was called to Waskish last
evening through the report of a case
of smallpox in that community. He
drove from Kelliher to Waskish last
night and returned to this city this
Mr. and Mrs. F. Neill and son
Donald who have been visiting in
this city as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
H. B. McConnell for a few days en
route from their home in Ontario,
Canada, to Crosby left this morning
Misses Esther and Auria Larson,
who have been visiting over the holi
days with their parents in this city,
will leave tomorrow for Minneapolis.
Miss Esther will resume her studies
ai the University of Minnesota and
Miss Auria will visit friends for some
PARK RAPIDS MAN
OUT FOR G0N6RESS
Mark J. Woolly of Park Rapids,
county attorney of Hubbard county,
declared himself a candidate for the
Republican nomination for congress
in the sixth district yesterday.
If a horse has a long, loose "washy"
coupling he always will be likely to
scour when driven until hot and tired.
There is no cure in such a case. In
ordinary cases too much feed is being
given, and the horse also may be bolt
ing his feed. Cut the ration down,
omit corn and feed oats and bran from
a very large feed box. Give the drink
ing water before feeding. If scouring
persists mix in each feed a tablespoon
ful of a mixture of two parts of pre
pared chalk and one part each of sub
nitrate of bismuth, powdered alum and
powdered catechu..Farm Journal.
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Wishing You A Happy
And A Prosperous New Year!
often do you hear and read this at this season of the year?
This greeting is most appropriate and is also very welcomed, but
do you stop to consider the weight this common greeting carries
with it? Do you stop to realize that my happiness is partly, or I should
say mostly, dependent upon your actions and your feelings toward me
and do you stop to consider that my prosperity is wholly dependent
upon you? I am now addressing the entire community as you would if
you were in my place.
I am sure every resident of this community will enjoy a happy
and prosperous New Year if each one of us will bend our efforts a little
further to assist our neighbor. We are all members of this community
family and no one of us is really entitled to all the cream or all the
milk, but let us mix the two and strike a happy medium for 1916. Let
us show that "IN UNITY THERE IS STRENGTH" and that there is
no civil law that will bind men together as strongly as the FELLOW-
SHIP OF GOOD WILL.
Thanking you all for the many kindnesses you have shown me
with the hope that I can, in my limited measure, bring you to realize
that they have been fully appreciated.
T The House Of Quality
The Biggest LITTLE
MARKHAM HOTEL BUILDING.
TKEMIDJI is your home and mine, and for
the most of us it will so continue until
life is spent.
our defeats, victories will
largely to this community~our whole beings
will be absorbed in the events that transpire
here. THEREFORE, the making of this city a lik-
able, livable place is worthy of the best
efforts of the whole community.
-AND may those of us here today so live,
and work, and prosper that not only for
us, but for coming generations, BEMIDJI will
truly be The Desirable City- Indeed a "Home
jpERMIT us to extend the compliments of the
season and best wishes for a HAPPY
Barker's Drag & Jeweliry
Star in the Movies
A Paramount Picture in 4 parts.
HAZEN & VAN
Singing, (lancing and pianologue.
Shows at 7:15-8:30 Children IOc Adults 20c.
qPECIAL MATINEE TOMORROlIf
VAUDEVILLE & PICTURES 2:3d p.m.