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rin, Grotte, Stolquist, H. Smith, W.
Helmer, A. Guyer, J. Miller and An
voil. Mrs. F. R. Smith, ibutter.
Pickles were furnished by Mes
dames H. W. Bailey, B. R. Jahr, Lar
son, Grover, Johnson, Lycan, George
Milk was donated by the follow-
ing: Mesdames John Moberg, Swod
back, S. C. Scott.
Pies are Plentiful.
The following ladies gave pies:
Mesdames Croon, Erwig, Tom" Smart,
W. L. Brooks, Al H. Jester, Taylor,
Bretton, Van Arnum, George Walker,
B. J. Gould, H. Anderson, P. M. Pe
terson, Pat McLaughton, J. P. Mil
ler, J. R. Valoski, George Carver, H.
W. Semisch, W. J. Werth, L. C.
Johnson, A. Brose, Sandland, Wick
man, Kidd, Joe Hahn, Ripple, Han
nah, Sehumaker, Howard, Kemp,
Walker, Tibbits, Hollenbeck, Ed
Jewett, L. Jewett, Rynum, Parker,
Torrance, Mclver, Leply, Helmer,
William Nelson, Balkin, Wedge,
Spooner, Koors, Bowser, Frances
Thisis the opportun
ity of a lifetime. You
can save a bunch of
money by buying at
this GREAT SALE.
This regular $350 Piano, slightly used
10 records for
This Phonograph will be
sold on terms as low as
$1.00 a week if desired.
115 Phonograph records will be sold
at 25 cents each.
THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
Smart, Mabel Brooks, Elaine Boyd.
i Merchants Help.
The Bemidji Gas company cooked
the potatoes, Given Hardware comv
pahy and Anderson's second hand
store furnished the stovos, ana Bat
tles' Hardware store furnished the
pans. The meat was sarved by Alex
Doran, Thomas Newton and the City
Meat market. Tom Smart's dray did
Mrs. Henry Johnson of Bocida,
Hubbard county, collected the f6l
lowlng for the convention5
This was all donated by the, ladies
of the town of Fern, as follows: Mrs.
J. Jenkinson, 10 pounds (butter and
2 bushels potatoes Mrs. Ole Amund-
PIANOS, PHONOGRAPHS WATCHES JEWELRY,CUT GLASSJOILET
ARTICLES CHINA, CLOCKS and practically every other article in our
store will be sold at atremendous discountwithin the next ten days. The
object o\ this Great Sale is to raise money at once, preparatory to our
removal to the new location.
SPECIAL A TTENTION
Although the cost of manufacturing is much greater our PIANOS and PLAYER
PIANOS will be sold for less money than ever before offered to the people of Bemidji and
We sell the world renowned BALDWIN LINE OF PIANOS used by the greatest living artists in their concert^
Our large stock of PHONOGRAPHS will be closed out at almost unbelievable reduction in price and terms. We
will accept as little or as much cash as you can spare, the balance of payments can be arranged to suit your conven-
ience. We quote below only a few of our many snaps:
This brand new $450.00 Piano, reduc
graph with 10 rec
these Splendid snaps
will last only during
this big reduction sale.
Come in tomorrow and take advantage of one of these rare snaps and have a piano or phonograph in your home
with only a slight effort to pay for same.
You will be astounded when you learn the ridiculously low prices we are making in our jewelry department.
Remember this sale opens tomorrow and will close in 10 days. Outside correspondence will receive prompt
We pay freight to any part of the state.
Procrastination is the thief of time.Don't put off 'til tomorrow what you can do today.
GEO. T. BAKER CO.
son, 2 quarts cream Mrs. Jack Mal
terud, 2 dozen eggs Mrs. John Mal
terud, 2 pounds butter Mrs. John
Olson, 2 dozen eggs Mrs. Carl Mal
terud, 2 pounds butter" Mrs. Mike
Dunlap, 2 pounds butter Mrs'. John
Lind, 2 dozen eggs Mrs. Fred Barr,
2 pounds butter Mrs. L. E. Hanson,
2 pounds butter and one /bushel po
tatoes Mrs. Christ Olson, 2 ibushels
potatoes Mrs. G. Spragg, 2 pounds
butter Mrs. Seth Smith, 3 dozen
eggs Mrs. Knute Nyhus, 2 pounds
butter Mrs. M. Silverberg, 2 dozen
eggs Mrs. C. Hedeen, 1% bushels
potatoes Mrs. F. Sankey, 2 poundB
butter Mrs. E. P. Roberts, 2 dqzen
eggs Mrs. Jack Johnson, 1 dozen
,eggs Mrs. Henry, JoHnson, 3 dozen
You may as
the lake as
let this gold
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OYER 250.000 BOYS ARE IN
NATION'S WORKING RESERVE
(By United Press)
Washington, June 18.A quarter
of a million American boys between
the ages of 16 and 21 are going to
help increase wor fpod production
Indications now are that enroll
ment in the Boys* Working Reserve
will exceed 250,000.
Thlrty-seVen of the 48 states re
port an actual enrollment of 140,000
and an expected enrollment of 230,-
000. Several large states still are to
California leads with an enroll
ment of 22,000 and Illinois is second
with an enrollment of 20,000.
One used Kimball
Three Organs in fine
$10.00, $115.0 0
116 THIRD STREET
TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1918.
UNOFFICIAL BEMIDJI RETURNS
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Preus maj 44
Rines maj 8
Hilton maj 9
Clerk of Supreme Court
Caswell plur 8
R. R. & Warehouse Comm.
Rep. Sixth Dist.
Johnson plur 28
Register of Deeds.
Rhea plur 17
HOUSE PASSES 50-MIIU0N
B^fi FOR CREEL COMMITTEE
Washington, June 18.The House
has passed an appropriation bill
turning over to President Wilson
$50,000,000 as a personal war fund,
sought by the president to insure
continuation of the Creel committee
on public information.
In a letter to Representative Shir
ley the president indicated he feared
congress might attempt to curtail
tHe work of Mr. Creel's bureau-toy
denying necessary appropriations.
WANT AD DEPT.t
FOR SALEBoat and boat house onl
Lake Irvine. In good condition.
Will sell at a bargain. Must bel
taken at once. Oall at 918 Irvine
Ave., after 5 p. m. 617tf
FOR SALEOne iblack mare eight,
years old. Inquire 18th Street.!
Phone 700-J. 4-6211
FOR SALEFine team of bay horses!
about 1,300' lbs. each. New har-l
ness and wide tire, wagon. Willi
sell team alone if desired. E.
Willits, 115 Third St4 Phone 41
FOR SALEVery cheap, 160 acres oft
land 2% miles southeast of Be-|
midji. For particulars address
C. Howe, 4808 Farnam St., Omaha/
Neb. Sat 615tfl
FOR SALEOr will trade for Ford
car, 80 acres of land, good soil, lo
cated north of Pinewood. For fur
ther information call Pioneer
FOR SALETwo acres of land with
summer cottage, within city lim
its. Good well on premises. Phone
FOR SALEFive-room cottage with
city water and sewer. Lot is
30x150 feet and runs out to the
lake. Inquire at 1204 Dewey Ave.
"or call 276. 62tf
FOR SALEOne 5-passenger Chev
rolet, price $250. Call C. W. Jewett
HELP WANTEDBright girl to do
photo printing. Do not telephone
but call at the studio, 110 Third
street, between 8 and 9 o'clock in
the morning, and at no other hour.
Hakkerup Studio. 618tf
WANTEDDressmaking to do at
home. Mediamdelene Golaa, 312
Minnesota Ave. Phone 669-W.
WANTEDWoman cook at Great
Northern Restaurant. 614tf
WANTED Chamber mail and
cleaning girl. Markham Hotel.
WANTEDCapable man able to han
dle cars for garage work from 1
o'clock p. m. until 12 o'clock p. m.
Apply Letford's Garage. 613tf
WANTEDTwo girls at Lake Julia
sanatorium $25 per month. Call
G. E. Carson, Pioneer office. 57tf
FOR RENTPasture on lake front.
Gallinger farm. Birchmont road.
FOR RENTTwo cottages at Mill
Park. Inquire of Mrs. Rolf An
derson, 143 Mill Park. 6-622
FOR RENTFurnished house 1115
Bemidji Ave Phone 833. 3-619
FOR RENTFurnished summer cot
tages at Lavinia, Lake Bemidil
Minn Apply Thomas Roycraft
Lavinia. Minn. 52&tf
WANTEDGirl for general house
work Phone 9-F-l Mrs E E.
McDonald, Lavinia. Minn 618tf
WANTEDGirl for general house
work. Phone 9-F-l Mrs C. C.
Gowran, Lavinia, Minn.. 618tf
LOST AND FOUND
FOUNDA package containing a
dress skirt Owner can have same
by proving property and paying
for this ad. Call 19-F-S. 1-618
Rep. 62d Dist.,
Rako plur 9