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1 Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock the
5 Sunday School Workers of the Metho
diet church held a special meeting.
i The topic for the eveening was
i"Nfeeds" and the following program
""^jwas given: Devotion business ses
iqfn song, "I Need Thee Every
tHflur" story telling, Miss Elsie
SSdhmitt, "Teachers' Need in Begin-'
|ners Work," Miss Dorothy Carson
"Teachers' Need in Primary Work,"
PS. Edward Anderson "Teachers'
feed in Junior Work," A. W. John
Ira "Teachers' Need in Intermediate
fork," George F. Hanson "Teachers'
feed in Senior and Adult Work,"
A. Herlocker social hour. Miss
jSchmitt illustrated her topic with a
|group of little children, which added
to the interest of the subject. These
meetings will be held every month
the Sunday school workers.
J. J. Opsahl and George French
returned Wednesday from an inspec
tion trip through Roseau, Marshall
and Pennington counties. The trip
was made in the interest of the Red
Lake Northern railway, to be con
structed through those counties.
Mrs. T. Andrews, who has spent
the past two months traveling in the
West, will return to Bemldji in a
short time While in the West Mrs.
Andrews has visited friends and rela
tives at Salt Lake City, Seattle, Spo
kane, Ogdon and Castle Rock.
A. G. Wedge, Jr, vice president of
the First National bank of this city,
F. P. Sheldon of Minneapolis, presi
dent of the bank and his son, Stewart,
are spending several days in Black
duck on business.
The House of KuppanluinMC
Classy Clothes For Me Who
expect much of this stored and are never disappointed. A little the finest line
of clothing it was ever our fortune to handle. Bought before high prices began
to menace. Bought of the best manufacturers we know of in the United States
manufacturers whose styles and tailoring are recognized as standard all over
S16 to $35. See them, then look around and see if you can get the
same values for half more.
RE LAKE INDIAN FAIR
to Redby leaves Bemidji at
9 a. m. Friday,
SEPTEMBER 22, 1916
THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
Mrs. Mat Nolan, who attended the
funeral of her brother, M. S. Bran
don, of Deer River last week, re
turned to her home at Bass Lake
Miss Alice Harnwell, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Harnwell, 700
Minnesota avenue, who has been ill
for the past several days, is slightly
Miss Ruskjer and her brother,
James, of Solway, were in Bemidji
yesterday, enroute to Hutchinson,
Minn., where they will attend the
Mrs. McCabe and daughter of
Walker, who have been the guests
of Mrs. McCabe's father, John Mc
Elroy, have returned to their home.
W. Vernig and his daughter, Mrs.
J. Will, autoed to Little Palls and
St. Cloud yesterday where they will
visit friends for a week or ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson of Oak Park)
Minn., returned to their home yes
terday after visiting friends and
relatives in Bemidji and Wilton.
Miss Mary Suckert of Grant Valley
was in Bemidji yesterday making ar
rangements to attend the Bemidji
Miss Marie Jacobson and Miss
Hemmerflne of Grant Valley were
between-train visitors in the city
Mina A. Myers. Hair dressing,
scalp treatment, etc. Switches $1.50.
Troppman Block. Phone 112-W.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lattimer, Mrs. H.
Saunders and Mrs. J. Krueger of
Turtle River were Bemidji shoppers
Miss Katherine Anderson of Red
W|ng, Minn., came to Bemidji this
week and will spend the winter here.
One of these nice nays yon ought
to go to Hakkerup's and have your
picture tajcen.Adv. 14tf
Mrs. Tom Smart, 320 America av
enue, has as her guest Miss Anna
Power of Wadena.
Cyrus Lord is ill at the home of
his son, A. A. Lord, 903 Beltrami av
Miss B. G. Perry of Northern was
the guest of Bemidji friends yester
950,000 to loan on farms.
Mrs. Peterson of Brainerd has ar
rived here to visit for some time as
a guest of her daughter Mrs. Otto
Morkan, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Forseth of Northome
arrived Tuesday morning. They
spent a day here attending to busi
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Helbig1
daughters, Pauline and Anna May,
have returned from their trip to Pu
posky where they spent a few days
visiting with friends and relatives.
Mrs. A. M. Johnson and son left
Tuesday morning for Brainerd to
visit for a short time with relatives
One two-year heifer, black and
white Holstein seen last near Dun
calf's farm, Saturday. Please put in
pasture and notify C. N. Shannon.
Phone 16-F-12. 921
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to express our heartfelt
appreciation to our many friends who
so kindly gave us aid and sympathy
during the illness and death of pur
daughter, Jeanette. We also wish to
CASH FOR RAGS
I have a contract for another
car load of rags. If yon have
any on hand bring or ship them
to me while the prices are high.
I pay $1.00 to $1.75 per
hundred pounds for rags. For
any kind of mixed iron $4.00 to
$6.00 per ton.
For auto tires 3c to 4c per
pound. I also pay the highest
market price for rubbers, cop
per, brass and hides. If yon
have any of the above, yon and
I ought to get acquainted.
112 Third St. Bemidji, Minn.
We Use ^Gets-It
3 Drops in 2 Seconds. That's AIL
"GETS-IT" Doesthe Rest
"Really, I never could see how
some few people use the most diffi
cult and painful way they can find to
get rid of corns. They'll wrap their
toes up with bandages into a package
that fills their shoes full of feet and
makes corns so painful they've got
to walk sideways and wrinkle up
their faces. Or they use salves that
eat right into the toe and make it
raw and sore, or they'll use plasters
that make the corns bulge, or pick
and gouge at their corns and make
thetoesbleed. Funny, isn't it? "GETS
IT" is the simple, modern wonder for
corns. Just put 3 drops on. It dries
Instantly. No pain, fuss or trouble.
The corn, callus or wart loosens and
comesoft Millions use nothing else."
"GETS-IT" is sold and recommend
ed by druggists everywhere, 25c a
bottle, or sent on receipt of price, by
E. Lawrence & Co.. Chicago. 111.
Sold in Bemidji and recommended
as the world's best corn remedy by
E. A. Barker, Druggist.Adv.
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1st show 7:30
d71tf 2nd show 8:45
thank for the beautiful floral trib
AT BEMIDJI POSTOFFICE
Pioneer want ads pay.
Ghe REX THEATRE S
iiiniiiiiininiiiiPleasiiig PHotoplaysnnnminmtim 1
TONIGHT 7:30, 8:30 and 9:15 Adnluio i 5 ani 10c
Vivian Rich and Alfred Vosburgh
In an artistic allegory and modern drama
Carol Halloway and John Sheehan in "Dare Devils and
Danger", a reel of laughs and thrills
"Boy Scouts at Work and Play"
and "Odd Animals on the Border", in "Reel Life",
the picture magazine.
In a Wonderplayi
MABEL TALIAFERRO in
"GOD'S HALF ACRE"
^iSJt o" Children 5c
A /letro flasterproduction in five acts of Ro
mance and Supreme Thrill
List of advertised letters "Un-
claimed" at Bemidji, Minn., postoffice
for week ending September IS, 1916:
MenMr. J. E. Cawson, Anthony
Chartier, Mr. Ralph Fuller, Mr. Si
vert Hagen, Mr. oJe Linch, Mr. W.
Saline, Mr. Vol Shroder, Mr. W. P.
Smith, Mr. Slim Joe Spears, Rev. L.
Sundstrom, Mr. George Travis, Mr
E. A. Warner, Mr. Calvern Williams.
WomenMiss Helen Brown, Mrs. L.
Carlson, Mrs. C. M. King, Blanch
Lattin, Miss Katherine Workman.
Dorothy Kelly and Harry Morey
in the 7 part Vitagraph drama
"THE LAW DECIDES"
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abnormalities know also that
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and so-called dis-ease, and proves Na
ture's key to health.
Call and ask us about this ad
vancement in science.
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