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It is called Cffekmettes bfecause
it is made from the creamy parts of
the best Durum Wheat
Creamettes is different from ordinary mac
aroni. It is cleanly made in an American fac
tory and is creamy white in color.
Creamettes is more tender, more delicious and cooks
in one-third the time of ordinary macaroni. Cream
ettes is short in lengthit just fits the forkand has
a delicious new flavor all its own.
Creamettes contains three times the nutriment of beef at less
than half the cost. It can be prepared in many delicious ways.
For Friday it takes the place of meat admirably, and for the
unexpected guest makes an appetizing dish that can be prepared
"V: Always keep Cr*metts in the houaeand
b prepared for any emergency.
A ten cent package makes an ample meal
for a family of six. If used with another
food, one package is sufficient for tea
To prepare Creamettes, pour the quantity
desired into an open kettle of boiling salted
water and boil from 8 to 8 minutes, until
tender. Then drain and chill in cold water.
CREAMETTES AND CHICKEN
Mix the desired quantity of boiled
and chilled Creamettes with diced
cold chicken. Moisten with cream
gravy. Add butter, salt, and pepper
to suit taste. Place in a hot oven
and bake for from 8 to 10 minutes.
MOTHER'S MACARONI CO.
W Would Like To Express
our Goo Wishes person
ally to every North coun
try booster and citizen.
We Extend To You a Cor
dial invitation to see us in our new
home, Gibbons block, just across
the street from.... where we have
labored for the past three years.
STEP IN AND SEE US.
REYNOLDS & WINTER
Real Estate and Insurance.
Com in and see us in our
new quarters. W want
to greet you all with our
best wishes for a Happy
and Prosperous New i
Our new location is
514 Minnesota Avenue
THE BEMIDJI MUSIC HOUSE
J. BISIAR, Prop.
The home of the Singer Sewing Machine and the best Pianos, Organs and
other musical instruments. Get prices and terms here before you buy.
If yon havt a room to rent or
want to rent oneyon get the
best choice through a Pioneer
want ad. Phone 31.
Advertisers who want the best results
always patronize The Pioneera They know, by experi-
&. ence, that it has no equal in this section of the country as
an advertising medium./
UP TO KAISER TO HAKE
PEACE FOR GERMANY
(Continued from Page 1)
found in Brussels showing informal
discussions of conventions* between
Belgium find England about landing
British troops in Belgium in case of
a violation of its neutrality by Ger
many, which Germany considers, in
effect, treaties. The universal opin
ion seems to be that Germany will
not give up Belgium while there is
a probability of a renewal of these
conventions. The fear exists that
England may in the future use Bel
gium to defeat Germany.*
Teutons Hold Peace.
Germany considers that she holds
within her hands the terms of peace
and that she has won the warso far
as the war and 1915 is concerned.
It is asserted, however, that through
English control of news channels,
what are considered victories here
reach the world as defeats. Or, if not
as defeats, as indications that Ger
many is weakening. This breeds
concern in Germany that when it
comes peace-making time the Allies
Will cause any peace terms to be in
terpreted as German defeats, espec
ially if Germany shows a willingness
to evacuate Belgium. It is said
that the Allies will declare that Ger
many is defeated or she would never
give up Belgium. Many Germans
want to keep Belgium because they
think it will be the best evidence
that Germany has won the war.
Spends Much Money.
Many things are interpreted as
evidence that Germany intends or
does not intend to keep Belgium. One
is that Germany never would have
spent the- millions of marks for
bridges, new railroads, public build
ings and other improvements, if she
wasn't going to keep Belgium. A
large government printing establish
ment has been erected in Brussels.
A wealthy German count, reported to
be a friend of the kaiser's, has erected
a large newspaper office there.
No Germans in Belgium.
On the other hand it is declared
Germany could not keep Belgium
without giving the people represen
tation in the Reichstag and one offi
cial said that would be impossible be
cause "we could never have so many
French-speaking members of our par
liament." Alsace and Lorraine are
not considered similar. Less than
one-seventh of that territory is in
habited by people of French origin.
In Belgium there are practically no
The whole of Germany, therefore,
looks to the kaiser to decide what
Germany's final position shall be with
regard to Belgium. The constitution
provides that the kaiser shall make
the terms of peace. When the kaiser
does decide his lead will be followed.
(By Special Correspondent.)
Mrs. Fred Bisom, who has been
visiting at the Fred Moody home for
a few days, returned to her home in
Brainerd Thursday morning.
Anton Strand left for Grand Forks
Wednesday where he will spend a few
days visiting with friends and rela
Miss Myrtle Rain, who has been
visiting the past week at the L. A.
Larson home here, left this morning
for Bemidji where she will visit a few
days with her sister, Miss Cora Rain,
before returning to her home in
L. A. Larson left for Baudette on
ADDITIONAL WANT ADS
Too Late To Classify
FOR RENTChapman house, good
and warm. dl231
FOR SALEI have just arrived with
a carload of North Dakota farm
"horses, for sale or trade for dry
wood. These horses are all' good,
big workers. Low prices for quick
sales can be seen at the old Pogue
livery barn in Bemidji. C. E. West.
Pioneer want ads bring results.
Thursday morning where he will
spend a few days on business.
,-gy '^iS* -*JI
Rhoda i.. 190
R. Torgerson 113
H. Paquin 168
We rtill be closed all day January First.
^uMrs. Fred Trimble, who has been
confined at St. Anthony's hospital* in
Bemidji for some time, returned to
her home here Thursday.
'"Mrs*. Anton Strand was in Bemidji
Thursday consulting a dentist.
Signa and Mildred Hanson of
Brainerd are visiting at the home of
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. An
Miss Dorothy Johnson of the North
western hospital at Brainerd Is visit
ing a, few days at'the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Johnson.
CITY BOWLING LEAGUE
Standing of the Teams.
Crookston Lbr. Co. 5
Quality Grocers 4
Pioneer Beltrami County
.833 .714 .571 .571 .428
.428 .428 .125
The Beltrami county team defeated
the B. Popp team at the Gould alleys
last evening by 36 pins. The sum
mary of the game is as follows:
Kreatz 138 178 111
Breen 145 146 120
Britton 120 179 147
Roskowick 126 150 118
Popp 254 181 126
143 151 142 164
139 168 153
HOW TO ANSWER BUND ADS.
All ads signed with numbers, or
initials, care Pioneer must be an
swered by letter addressed to the
number givenhtn tbe ad. Pioneer em
ployes are not permitted to tell who
any advertiser is. Mall or send your
answer to Pioneer No. or Initial
and we forward It to the ad
We have always tried to be just a little ahead
of the other fellow in the general equipment of
our store. As an evidence of this desire to show
the newest and only the best of everything, we
gladly recommend to users of ink
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 lis show you the new Carter ink
bottle with the new flow-controliec.
A Happy and Prosperous
Netf Year tfith
a continuation of our pleasant
relations is our tfishfor alt
our customers and
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
"THE NEW BEMIDJI"
Sold in Bemidji
At your favorite store
Best nlckle pencil on earth.
ASK THE MAN
BROSVIK, THE TAILOR
BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS
KOORS BROTHERS CO.
Manufacturers and Jobbers
Ice Cream, Bakery Goods, Confec
tionery, Cigars and Foun
31S Minn. Ave. N. W. Phone 125
KEMP'S DRT CLEANING HOUSE
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed.
We Call for and Deliver
BANKING AND SAVINGS
Save systematically*, Make use of
ouf Savings Department. We wel
come your open account.
W SECURITY STATE B^NK
sat"**' CBemidji, Minn.-
dt OUTMOST SUCCESS
RJL YEAf is herewith extend-
ed to patrons and friends of this
store. W greet you all withour
most sincere wishes for a
Happ and Prosperous
GEO. T. BAKER & CO.
TO CLOSE OUT
And To Continue for Every Day UNTIL ALL GOODS ARE SOLD
OUR ENTIRE STOCK IN 4th STREET STORE
Every item will be sold at cut prices. Many lines will be sold at less than COST.
Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, all Dinner Ware, Aluminum Ware, Electric
Lamps, hanging Lamps, all Framed Pictures. All these lines will be cut deep
All Dry Goods Specials and Notions, Light Hardware, Granite Ware, etc., at
Please Remember you do not pay regular price for a single item.
Lots of goods that sell regular for 5c will be sold 3c, etc., 10c items for 5c, 6c
and 7c each 25c items for 15c, 16c, 18c, etc., and so on in every line.
We wish to close out this entire stock in a few weeks as we will dis-
continue this store Feb. 1st., or will dispose of entire stock to any
one wishing to go into businessand this store will pay.
Carlson Variety Store
4th St. Back of Post Office.
For Men, Women and Children
Lasts a life time.
Groceries, Dry Goods, Shoes,
Flour, Feed, etc. The
W. G. SCHROEDER
Bemidji Phone 66.
PIONEER OFFICE SUPPLY
Everything for the
Office and School
Security Bank Building
FANCY AND STAPLE
Beachnut Brand of Jams and
Fresh Onions and Rhubarb
CASE'S CASH STORE
DRUGS AND JEWELRY
"Wholesalers and Retailers.
Service and satisfaction. Mail
Orders given that same service 7011
get In person.
Third St. -^r Bemidji, Minn.
Wholesale and Retail
Pianos, Organs and Sewing
117 Third St. Btmldji.
J. BISIAR, Manager.
PIONEER WANT ADS
SUPPLIES FOR OFFICE
Typewriter ribbons, carbon paper,
typewriter paper, clips, paper
fasteners, punches, eyelets
Get quantity prices
PIONEER OFFICE STORE
Phone 31 Security Bank BIdg.
Photos Day and Night
N. L. HAKKERUP
If you have a piece of property
or auto or most anything of value
to exchange, see
LONGBALLA & LEIGHTON
LUMBER, COAL AND WOOD
'VAny quantity you want.
Building material of all kinds.
ST. HILAIRE RETAIL LBR. CO.