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tktlltSDAY, MAT 25, 1916.
"Well, I Should Say
'Sets-It' DOES Work"
"look a* There, If Ton Don't Think
It's Joat Wonderful for Corns!"
"Bless my stars, look at it' Land of
the llvin'! Why. just look at it' That
Pu your finger my
"Did You Ever See the Like? No
Wonder Cets-It ft* the Biggest
Selling Corn Cure In the World!"
toe, right there,don't be afraid,
Well, that'show wheie th corn was
Well, that beats all'" That's the way
"Gets-It" works on all coins, every
corn, every time It's the new, simple
way of curing corns You'll say good
bye to all foolish contraptions like
bundling bandages, sticky tape, plas
ters, toe-eating salves, and siave
diggers such as knives, lazois and
scissors. 'Gets-It" stops pain. Applied
in 2 seconds. Never falls. Isothtng to
stick to, hurt or press on the corn
'Gets-It" is sold everywhere, 25c a
bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence
& Co., Chicago,, 111.
Sold in BemfdjI and recommended
as the world's best oorn cure by Bar
ker's Drug Store.
The Father of
J&Hj! 1 ~i*a&*f.
(By Special Correspondent.)
Guy Angell, who has been working
at Gemmell visited at the home of
his father on Monday.
R. F. Seymour and his nephew,
Harry Olds, having finished their
work at the saw mill, left for their
homes at Swatara on Thursday.
The Winans school, taught by Miss
Miller, was closed on Friday. Miss
Miller will go to Little Fork to visit
her sister, Mrs. Colpitts.
A small crowd gathered at the
Winan school Friday evening for a
short literary program. Songs, reci
tations, a reading, a dialogue and
a talk, together with refreshments,
constituted the program. Mrs. Her
man Thorn was elected president of
the iLterary society.
John Rasmusson purchased a team
in Blackduck Friday of the Summit
(By Special Correspondent.)
The Presbyterian church has sent
a minister to officate jointly between
the churches at Turtle River, Spur
and Tenstrike. Rev. T. Gray is the
pastor's name and he is boarding
with Mrs. Hayner at Tenstrike.
Corn Flakes With
A Better Flavor
You'll like corn flakes better than
ever before from the moment you first
taste Dr. Price's.
They're crisper, daintier, tastier.
And as for puritywell, you know Dr.
Price was the father of absolute purity in
Give them just one trialfrom then
on, if we are to judge by the experience
of other housewivesyou'll have no other.
THE BETTER KIND
Priceless Profit-Sharing Coupons in Evtry Package
Th Or. Price Pure Food Stores In Your Town Are
WILSON'S FAIR STOR E
Some Seasonable articles now displayed
Paint and white wash Brashes 5c to $1.50
Star Kalsomine, a superior wall finish 35c a package
Wall PaperA big assortment always on hand at righi prices.
Fishing Tackle and Base Ball floods.
Shoe Polishes, all kinds .10c
Granite ware and Camper's supplies. 10c
Aluminum ware, a big assortment.
Bemidji Auto and High School Pennants.
Hosiery for the family, the popular Foot Rest line.
Fresh Candies 10c, 15c and 20c a pound
Windsor Ties 15c. 25c and 50c
Flags for Decoration Day.
Mail Orders given prompt and careful attention.
Jester Stoddard was in town a day
visiting his mother, Mrs. Walter
Coen. He has gone to Montana
where he has accepted a position
with the Northern Pacific Railway
Dee Brown of Turtle River, a very
UPON THIS CHAIN OF BONES
depends health. Subluxation of the
spinal vertebrae causes impinged
Many who formerly suffered need
lessly now endorse
Why not visit us and investigate
for yourself this advancement in sci
ence, that has proved a road of health
A. Oannenberg D. C.
First Natl. Bank Bldg., Bemidji
Office Hours: 10-12, 1:30-5, 7-8
efficient architect, has been employed
by the Spur school board as archi
tect for the new school building
which is to be erected on the old
foundation. It will be built of brick
and will contain four rooms. Work
will be begun soon.
KEEP PIGS HEALTHY.
Carefully Guard Against Inserts and
A great deal can be done to increase
the profits from hogs by good care in
other respects as well as in feed. By
this is meant providing comfortable
Bleeping quaiters, keeping the hogs
free of parasites, such as worms and
lice, and by providing a constant sup
ply of fresh water.
If pigs are wormy it Is impossible to
make a profit on them. Usually it is
not a difficult matter to get rid of
worms, a good treatment being the
use of one teaspoonful of turpentine
for each eighty pounds live weight of
pigs fed in the slop once a day for
three days Neither will pigs that are
lousy make a profit. To get rid of lice
dipping in a solution of any one of the
Too much emphasis cannot be
placed on the importance of good
foiage in pork production Ray A.
Gatewood of the Kansas experiment
station recently made the state
ment that spring pigs fed on forage
crops will make five times as much
profit as those fed in dr lots The
sow and litter here shown are of
the Chester White breed
standard coal tar dips is about the
easiest and best method. Two dip
pings will be necessary to completely
eliminate the lice, the second to follow
about eight or ten days after the first
The best means of preventing hogs
from becoming infested with lice in
the fiist place is to piovide in the
yards seveial "hog oilers," which are
patent dewees in the form of rubbing
posts, wlueh aie automatically kept
continuously oiled, so that when a hog
rubs against the post to scratch him
self be gets that part of his body well
oiled By using a preparation of crude
oil in these oilers lice can very effec
tively be kept out of a drove of hogs.
A good i means of guarding against
worms and to insuie general health
and thiift in a group of hogs is to have
before tbem continuously or to feed
tegularly about once a week a prepara
tion made by thoroughly mixing two
bushels of wood ashes or pulverized
charcoal, one peck of air slaked lime,
one gallon of pulverized copper sul
phate, one quart of salt and one pint
of flowers of sulphur. The best meth
od of feeding this is to place a quan
tity of it in a box where the hogs can
get at it continuously, as they will eat
very little of it at a time, and there
is no danger of any of them getting
too much.Bulletin North Dakota Ex
PASTURE FOR SHEEP.
Blue Grass and Clover Provide Per
manent Grazing Fields.
I consider blue grass and white clo
ver the best permanent pasture for
sheep in eastern Nebraska, writes
Charles Lemley in Farm and Home.
In fact, it is about the only grass that
can be kept continuously for years.
Sweet clover might stand pasturing
continuously, but in our section we
don't know of any that has ever been
used for pasture of any kind. I think
that blue grass would eventually work
into sweet clover pasture as it does
into an alfalfa field, because sweet
clover grows like alfalfa.
For permanent sheep pasture I sow
red clover and timothy with a nurse
crop of oats or wheat, or else just
sow the clover in the spring and the
timothy in the fall. I add a small
amount of blue grass and white clover
seed. By this method I get good re
sults either for pasture or hay from
the red clover for two years. Then
the timothy and blue grass begin to
snow up well. Watch the crop and
begin sowing a little moie blue grass
about the third spring, especially on
thin spots. A field seeded in this way
will afford more permanent pasture
than any other in this part of the
It also gives you pasturage that you
can use without having bloated sheep.
When it gets too soddy spread manure
or straw so thickly as to kill some of
the sod. The grass will grow richer
and ranker than ever.
Sweet clover may prove all right, but
blue grass has stood the test for years
in older countries and is still their best
sheep pasture I would consider the
matter thoroughly before changing
to something else.
The Brood Sow.
After farrowing the sow should have
nothing but water and a little thin
slop for tho first day. The feeding for
the first three or four days should be
light, and the time consumed in get
ting the sow on full feed should be
from a week to ten days, depending
on the condition of the sow and the
size and thrift of the litter. It takes
plenty of sow's milk to make healthy,
growing pigs. If the pigs begin to
scour feed the sow less and give her
plenty of strong limewater.
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
Take advantage of a want ad.
Ready io Eat
Ladies' Embroidered Handker
The worth of these specials will not grow
in telling of them, you must make it a
point to see the items we advertise.
Selling Strictly for Cash
enables us to offer seasonable items be-
50c Boys' hats in a wide variety of styles and
25c and 35c Flowered Flaxons, Rice Cloth, Crepes and Ba- A
tistes in beautiful new patterns I
$1.50 value Petticoats, made up in light weight flowered Qftf*
and wide striped sateen www
$3.50 and $4.00 Men's Raincoats, all sizes now in
stock, a speciel purchase and sale
New Beach Cloth in black, blue, lavander, green and rose colored awn-
ing stripe, 36 inches wide, just the right weight for skirts QR/
and outing coats, per yard www
Men's Octagon Hosiery, high spliced linen heels and toes OR I*
black, tan, blue and grey 2 pair for 4uU
75c Boys' Hats, all colors and many styles, a real hat
36x18 Warp Rugs special that can be put to
many uses, each
Do you need Rugs? Notice our display in the west window. We
have many small sizes to dispose of.
$3.00 Summer weight Petticoats in wash taffetta and susine and taf-
fetta, rose, white, tan, green, wine and blue fQ O
changeable, special $W
$2.25 and $2.50 Children's Oxfords and some high Shoes in OQ
a good run of sizes, lines we're closing on I iw
Up to $10,00 Ladies' Coats to go
Values to $16.50 Ladies' Coats,
some real nifty goods now at
Pickled Herring 15c,
2 lbs for
Grocery and Meat Department
10 bars of Swift's Pride Soap 9Qf*
$2.75 per box of 100
3 lb Can "Monarch Coffee AA
Large size package "Sunkist" Rolled Oats IQA
5 lb package Argo Gloss Starch
K. K. K. Norway Herring, 11A
per lb I I
The New Whole Wheat
Foodwith the Delicious
Flavor originated bythe
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whole wheat foods,
tastes specially good
to folks who want a change
of breakfast foods.
Whole Wheatall the
wheat, including the phos
phates, mineral salts, and
the bran that are so bene
ficial to the system, so
doctors say prepared by
the exclusive Krumbles
Notice how the sweetness and
flavor of Krumbles come out more
and more as you chew it.
In the WAXTITE package
Look for this signature.