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POTATO KING "SHOWN":
BUYS FORDSON WHEN
TESTED ON HIS FARM
There's one characteristic ahout
George Miller, known as "the potato
king," residing six miles west of Be
midji on the state road, and that is
fev whenever some one puts a proposition
to him for consideration Mr
immediately gives his address. aMiller Mis
'_ souri and no amount of mere conver
sation on the "other side" is going
to change his mind as to his intent.
When C. W. Jewett of the Jewett
garage, who has the disposition of the
allotment of Fordson tractors, sug
gested to Mr. Miller that he should
avail himself of the opportunity of
securing one of these tractors, Mr.
Miller immediately assumed that
"show me" attitude and it was up to
Mr. Jewett to produce.
Tuesday afternoon a Fordson trac
tor was taken out to the Miller farm,
said to contain places as tough as
there ever were created and on his
farm Mr. Jewett set the tractor^fo
work. With a big gang plow he
nearly spoiled the whole demonstra
tion for spectators, for the reason the
plot just naturally turned up every
thing on the place, before visitors ar
rived, even catching a bug spreader
and taking it along in the process of
The "tough place" was then sin
gled out and also a road as hard as a
rock. On the tractor was a ibig gang
plow and it cut the clay and road to
a 10-inch depth as slick as a barber
shaving off a week's growth from the
face of a school boy.
Mr. Miller is one of the most pro
gressive farmers in this part of the
state. He knows his business and his,
marked success since starting in a
small way has been alertness to what
has been necessary to "getting there"
and doing it.
"I had some doubts about the pull
ing power of the Fordson," remark
ed Mr. Miller, "but when it pulled
twice what I had any idea it might. I
said that's enough for me. I've look
ed over tractors, many of them. I've
got all I want right, now and I hope
others will buy them and let's make
this a ibig farming center. We can do
it, because it's here."
COUNTY SCHOOL OFFICERS
HOLD ANNUAL MEETING
The annual school officers meet
ing for Beltrami county convened
at the high school assembly room
this morning and practically every
seat was occupied County Superin
tendent W. B. Stewart presided and
opened the proram by outlining the
purposes of the school officers' meet
One of the features of the morn
ing's session was the presence and
talk by A. D. Wilson, federal food
administrator for Minnesota.
T. A. Erickson, state club leader,
St. Paul, spoke on school activities
for iboys and girls Supt. Balcom of
the Bemidji schools talked on the re
lation of high and rural schools, and
Annie E. Shetland, rural school su
pervisor, St. Paul, gave a talk on the
essentials of a one-room school.
The afternoon session has much of
interest. "The Teacher," will be the
topic for discussion by J. C. Brown,
president of the St. Cloud Normal.
Others speakers will be Rev. L. P.
Warford, Bemidji, president of the
Beltrami county Red Cross chapter
Judge C. W. Stanton, Bemidji, judge
of the Fifteenth judicial district
The law makes it the duty of the
county superintendent of schools to
jcatl meetings of school officers fpr
"advice and consultation regarding
matters pertaining to the work and to
the efficiency of the public schools
But one day out of every three hun
dred and sixty-five may be set apart
for this important purpose.
OUAKER CITY GIELS ARE TOO
ATTRACTIVE FOR CIERKS
(By Uuited Press.)
Philadelphia, July 17.There is a
shortage of unattractive girls in
Philadelphia, and the cigar dealers
have to take%the consequences.
Girl cigar clerks were employed so
as to release men for war work, but
all the girls were tetally attractive.
So many men who ought to be at
work loafed about the cigar stores,
stealing conversations and smiley,
that the cigar dealers felt they were
doing a great injustice, to the country.
The girls were fired. No unattrac
tive ones could be found to replace
them, so men past draft age have been
FINE PIES ARE FLYING LOW
THIS SUMMER SAYS WARDEN
(By United Press.)
Sacramento, aCl., July 17."Four
and twenty blackbirds, baked in a
pie," not only is a pretty dish to set
before a king, but it is good enough
for any sovereign citizen of the
Uuited States, according to George
Neale, Califorians to eat blackbirds
and win the war.
One of the economies pointed out
by the warden is the saving in
ammunition. One charge of small
shot will kill a whole mess of black
birds, they travel in such dense
flocks. Also, the birds do consider
able damage to crops in some sections.
RETAIL FOOD PRICES
ARE STILL MOUNTING
Washington, July 17.Retail food
prices in the United States increased
3 per cent from April 15 to May 15
of this year, according to estimates
by the bureau of labor statistics.
During the year ending May 15 last
there was an increase of 5 per cent,
although most vegetables showed a
Boiling beef increased 32 per cent
during the year cornmeal, 30 per
cent milk, 26 per cent, and pork
crops, 20 per cent.
For the five years ending May 15
63 per cent in the price of food, ac
last there was an average increase of
cording to the bureau's statistics.
YANKEES FIGHT ENEMY
WITH HIS OWN GUN
(By Frank J. Taylor, United Press
With the American Army in
France, June 21. (By Mail.)Turn
ing "Heinle's" own machine guns
toack on him is the newest and fav
orite stunt in a. certain American out
The boys just stumbled onto this
port, and they like it.
Recently in raids the boys brought
back some German machine guns,
after driving the Germans" away from
their own strongholds.
"Why not use these German guns
on the "Heinies?" one thinking
doughboy asked his pals.
"You're crazy we haven't any am
munition that fit them."
Why can't we go over and get
some?" replied the thinker.
"Never thought of that," replied
the others, "we're on.
That night they raided the Ger
man trenches and brought back plen
ty of ammunition and another Ger
man machine gun. Next day the
guns were playing on the "Heinies."
"They're darned good -machine
guns," said one chap enthusiastically,
"ibut the Heinies don't know how to
use them. We do, though. We're
getting a little low on ammuntion.
Guess we'll have to run over to Ger
many tonight and make 'em hand out
FOSSTON WILL HONOR
DRAFTEES ON SUNDAY
(Special to Pioneer.)
Fosston, July 17.A public dem
onstration in honor of the drafted
men about to enter military service
will be given at Fosston, Sunday af
ternoon Hon. Julius A. Schmahl,
secretary of state, will deliver the ad
dress, and music will be supplied by
the Fosston high school band.
BAND WILL PLAY AT
BAGLEY FRIDAY NIGHT
The Twenty-first battalion band
will make a pilgrimage to Bagley Fri
day evening and play a concert for
the BagleyHan.d Mclnosh companies
of the Twenty-first "battalion, of
which the band is the official musi
The trip will be made at the insti
gation of Major Tom Swinson, the
companies never having heard the
crack band of Bemidji and their bat-,
The band will ibe accompanied by
several members of the Home Guard,
although not as accompany". Many
citizens will also take the ride and
hear the band and inspect the com
panies of Bagley and Mcintosh for
an evening's outing.
The cars will meet at the city hall
at 5 o'clock and leave together for
THE OTHER 12.000 ARE BABIES
(By United Press.)
Marion, Ind, July 17.There are
25,000 people in this city and 13,000
wargardens. The proud home food
producers believe that is a record it
will be hard to beat. Neal Banter,
garden supervisor, has succeeded in
conveying much of his own enthusi
asm for growing things to everybody
else in Marion. The housewives are
getting their kitchens ready to go
after the $1Q.000 in prizes the na
tional war garden commission offers
for be&t canning work.
LIEUT HERBERT MAKES FLYING
TRIP HOME ON BRIEF LEAVE
Lieutenant Jack Herbert, field ar
tillery, U. S A.,' Camp Zachary Tay
lor, Louisville,, Ky., is home for a
ibrief leave and will return Friday
night. It is probable Mrs. Herbert
and the baby will accompany him.
Lieutenant Herbert is engaged in
training men at the camp which is
ANOTHER RECRUIT ENLISTS.
Harry Lenahan of Bemidji left to
day for Jefferson barracks, having
been enlisted in the coast artillery by
Sergeant Foucault. For the past two
years he has been emloyed as a
switchman on the M. & I. railroad
BACK FROM FUNERAL.
Mrs S. C. Brown has returned from
Duluth, where she was called Friday
afternoon, her brother-in-law, D. S.
Turnbull having been killed in a run
away. The accident happened at
Buell Friday when he was run over
by a span of horses The funeral was
held in Duluth Monday. He leaves
a wife and five children.
TAKEN SUDDENLY ILL.
While coming home from the down
shopping, Mrs Walter Helmer was
taken suddenly ill today, and fell in
a faint She was assisted home and is
FRIENDS GREET IRISH.
P. Irish, a old civil war vetaran.
who has been confined to his bed for
the past six weeks, suffering from
pneumonia and other diseases, **as
out on the street for the first time to
day and paid the Pioneer office a
call While attending her husband
during his illness, Mrs. Irish fell
and hurt her knee cap, amd will be
crippled for some time.
Albert Graff of Wolf Lake is among
the business visitors.
Jenkins, secretary of the Far
mers Equity society of Blackduck, is
in the city on business.
Miss Marguerite McDonald of Min
neapolis is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
John C. Burke of Bemidji avenue.
ALLIES KEPT INFORMED
OF GERMAN MOVEMENTS
By ED. L. KEEN.
(United Press Correspondent.)
London, July 17.One of the chief
causes of the lack of German success
in this drive was the superior allied
intelligence work. Aerial superior
ity made every plan known and sur
prise was impossible.
It is generally believed her that
this was the mafti offensive and not
merely a side show.
The new beef regulations, limiting
the purchase of one and one-quarter
pounds of clear beef, and one and a
half pounds of beef containing bone
for weekly consumption of each indi
vidual is now in effect?
The new beef rationing is expected
to enable the government to purchase
more beef for shipment to American
soldiers and the Allies.
Eating Places Limited.
Public eating palces are permitted
to serve beef only between 11 a. m.
and 2:30 p. m. Beef products such as
sweetbreads, tripe, oxtails, livers and
tongues'may be served at all other
meals, A. D. Wilson, state food ad
By way of consolation, it is prom
ised beef will be from 30 to 40 per
cent lower in about thirty days when
the cattle begin to come in from the
Dealers Make Promise.
This promise is said to come from
the ibig dealers, who base their pre
diction upon the condition of the cat
tle market and the number of cattle
that will be ready for shipment at
The number of heavy and light
weight animals to be shipped will
largely determine what the general
public will have to pay for supply
of beef, because the government de
mand is uniformly for those weigh
ing between 600 and 800 pounds.
The general public will obtain its
supply from those weighing more or
less-than those called for foy the gov
An interesting program has been
prepared by the committee in charge
of the annual Sunday school picnic
of the Methodits church, consisting of
sports, contests an.d races, both for
old and young. The committee wishes
to emphasize the fact that the picnic
is not exclusively for members of the
church and Sunday school' but that
friends of all are welcome. The out
ing will be held at Diamond Point to
morrow and the picnickers will meet
at the clfurch at 10 o'clock in the
Autoes have been secured to car
ry the small children and real old
folks. Those attendig will bring thei
baskets of lunch and the ladies aid
will take charge of serving the din
ner on the grounds." Prizes will be
awarded in the various contests.
PLEASE PASS THE TANGELO
(By Uuited Press
Washington, July 17.Ecience has
added anothjer de|ledtaye fruit to
man's larder. It's to be known as the
tangelo and is a cross between the
tangerine orange and the grape-fruit,
The Uutied States bureau of plant
industry, which evolved the hybrid
fruit, says of it "It has little acidity,
and resembles a tender and good
flavored orango more than either a
grape-fruit or a tangerine."
HOWEVER NOT TOO DEIF.
(By United Press.-)%4
Snokomish, Wash., July 17:It
will not be necessary to draft Charles
Ludwig into the war. He has written
to the national war garden com
mission, saying he is 70 and entirely
deaf: "but I am in this war with my
Uncle Sam, and so hove my war
garden in good shape He wrote for
a canning booklet and asked for
information about the commission's
$10,000 in prizes for canning
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Auto Livery and Taxi Service
Day and Night Service
Office Remore Hotel, Cor.
3rd St. & Beltrami Ave.
Office Phone 1
Residence Phone 10
HUFFMAN & O'LEARY
H. N. M'KEE, Funeral
PHONE 178-W or
Clothes Jlei-ners for Men, Women
N. L. HAKKERUP
Photos Day and Night
Third St. Bemidji
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Jacobson, Henry, Williams.
Stavenes, Ole A., Grygla.
Olson, Oscar Wm., Bemidji.
Jensen, Ingvald, Mclnnis Creek,
Damuth, Harry, Minneapolis.
Marateck, John, St. Hilaire.
Wicks, Guest Adolph, Bemidji.
Schuh, Ed. Joe., Carp.
Erickson, Edward, Solway.
Rolfe, Harry R.f Calloway.
Hughes, Harry, Bemidji.
Clausen, William, Neving.
Johnson, Nels Harold, Hackett.
Beckon, Herman A., Piriewood.
Larson, Louis Johan, Baudette.
Borg, John Anton, Baudette.
Lavigne, Peter, Baudette.
Nylander, Olaf, Verdi, Nevada.
"Bjella, Tollef, Bemidji.
Mande, John Edward, Williams.
Anderson, Oscar, Bemidji.
Hanson, George W., Wilmar.
Woodward, Virge, Cass Lake.
Hanson, Dan., Baudette.
Vasstrand, John, Pitt.
Scholl, Peter J., Sturgeon Bay, Wis.
Beggreit, Leonard, Melby.
Induction papers to be sent to
Douglas county, Alexandria.
Newberger, aMrtin, Minneapolis.
FurrerJake, Shullsburg, Wis.
Gordon, William Clifford, Barwick,
Prestabeck, Albert J., Thorhult.
Allen, David, Baudette.
Honga, Otto, Frazee./
Hulkrans, Olof, Roosevelt.
Anderson, Glenville O. L., Garfield.
Fundanet, E. J., Fernie, B. C, Can.
McFarlane, Joseph C, Baudette.
Hunter, Williams, Northome.
Premo, Robert, Nymore.
Moi, Gunder, Bemidji.
Fernlund, Emil Carl^ Minneapolis.
Goodno, William, Bemidji.
Saltveit, Harold Magnus, Moosen
Knauff, William, River View, St.
Holmlander, Per Ehud, Roosevelt.
Penney, Walter Fredk., Solway.
Lester, Herbert Abraham, Lavinia
Geisenhoff, Louis, Williams.
Jorgenson, Joseph Alai, Bemidji.
Olson, Carl E., Grygla.
Strom, August, Graceton.
Schwartz, Henry, Bemidji.
Van Wirt, Frederick, White Earth.
Tveit, Olaf Leslie, Roosevelt.
Baney, Adam, Blackduck.
Harding, Lloyd Harold, Bemidji.
Stagg, Roy., Bemidji.
Anderson, Walter, Emett, Idaho.
Doyle, William M., Arlington, S. D.
Salstrand, Otto Berner, Louis.
Blegen, Peter, Grygla.
Huord, Nelson", Hag.
Bergkmd, John, Bemidji.
Eickstadt, Fred., Mahnomen.
Lone, Magnus, Louis.
Manning, John, Portland.
Haug, William, Langdon, N. D.
Greenslett, Orielle, Bemidji.
Nobles, Charles, Shilling.
Barker, Wiliber H., Wilton.
Jensson, Jens Mclnnis Creek, Ont.,
Fossmark, Wm. Herman, Warroad.
Queal, Edward U., Baudette.
Carlson, Bernard, Tower.
Hanson, Hans Christ, Constance.
Thronson, Edwin, Malcolm.
Nelson, Sven Waldemar, Warroad.
Asp, Edwin, Spooner.
Krull, Leslie F., Mapleton. N. D.
Rognlien, John EcTwin, Strum, Wis.
Bakke, John, Neilsville.
Ferrier, Leslie, Crooks+on.
Gates, Harry, Cass Lake
Halvorson, Olaf, Federal Dam.
Gjevre, George, Maynard
Paulson, Anton E., Bemidji
Schultz, Elden, Bemidji.
Rice, Benajmin, Gonvick.
Stenberg, Carl, Spooner.
Palm, John Victor, Roosevelt
Griffin, William, Northcote
Gorman, John King, Duluth
Espe, Reynold, Bemidji
Leddmg, Odin, Underwood.
Langfield, Irving B., St. Paul.
Schwartz, Elmer, Blackduck.
Gelen, Frederick Severn, Erskine.
O'Brien, Guy Raymond, Hines.
Eastman, Jack, Bemidji.
Grundmeier, Herbert Louis, Black
Chamberlain, Arthur Spooner.
Rippy, Eldor Arthur, Baudette.
Schwartz, Heiney, Blackduck.
Beck.Louis Christian, Kelliher.
Olson, Victor John, Roosevelt.
McKee, Jacob, Red Lake Falls.
Rippy, Nemuel Jeffrey, Baudette.
Johnson, Henry Roy, Michigan,
Cook, John Alamson, Orth.
Hanson, Hans Alfred, Williams.
Rosin, August, Papinka, Man, Can.
Wise, Russel, Clear River.
Svenson, Frans., St. Rigis, Mont.
Taber, James Calvin, Honolulu,
Wesa, Henry, Kelliher.
Stoering, Frank F., Cass Lake.
Strand, Marcus Robt, Puposky.
Johnson, Edward S., Thief River
Ford, George, Portland, Ore.
Buck, Earl, Jerico, Spring, Mo.
Staberg, Henry, Climax.
Ten Eyck, Willis Oliver, Saskatoon,
Hillman, Homer, Allegan, Mich.
Sanford, James Ray, Williams.
Juneau, Frank B., Blackduck.
Voller, Walter, Bemidji.
Meland, Clarence Melvin, Aure.
Johnson, Nels, Pitt.
Fee, Arthur Ernest, Bemidji.
Rustad, Louis Nick, Minneapolis.
Brovold, Wilhelm, Baudette.
Aason, Mathias R., Malcolm.
Flanders, Hiram Alonzo, Puposky.
Strom, Gilbert, Spooner, Minn.
Davy, Clifton, Hag.
Smith, Everett, Clear River.
Johnson, Eddie Leonard, Spring
Grove Salo, Charles, New York Mills.
Urban, Anton, St. Paul.
Labuda, William Louis. Baudette
Pecha, George, Williams.
Beckman, Andrew, Malcolm.
Hagen, John, Bemidji.
Horsman, Harry, Nymore.
Haugen, Sivert, Gilby, N. D.
Frederick, Chas. Oscar, Tenstrike.
Horton, John, Blackduck
Sukert, Joseph, Bemidji.
Lewandoske, Herman, Fargo, N. D.
Greer, Chester Arthur, Pennington.
Achenbach, Irvin Hoy, Atlanta,
Newcomb, Howard C, Hines.
SteVfr, ^.rtvaafiU i ,.t.^m/tna
Long, Thos. A., Nebish.
Peterson, Ellis Gustaf, Baudette.
Horntvedt, Anton, Pitt.
Bjurston, Carl Theo, Moline, 111.
Kisser, Joseph, Bemidji.
Cohway, Maurice Jackson, Black
Meyer, George Henry, Blackduck.
Farlner, Harry E., New York City,
Whipper, Otto E., Rices.
Seeger, Martin Wilhelm, Forest
River, N. D.
Torgerson, Otto, Bemidji.
Demarais, Arthur J., Baudette.
Cox, Chester C, Clear River.
Oroen, Louis, Bemidji.
Peterson, Christian Morris, Solway.
Hecker, Julius Robt., Kansas City,
White, George, Outlook, Mont.
TenEyck, Albert Austin, Quinton,
Jelle, Edward, Jelle:
McGuire, Clement M., Moose Jaw
Sjolund, Olof Olgot, Quiring,
Grover, George, Bemidji.
Johnson, Melvin Julius, Nymore.
Koperski, Stanley, Barton.
Staveness, Tellof, Grygla.
Milliven, Cecil Milo, Pipestone.
Huston, Charles, Westbrook.
Joslin, Harry, Kelliher.
Hagan, Ralph, Grygla.
Bongo, Jr., George, Bona.
Stormoen, Elmer, Kel^her.
Morken, Edwin Henry, Carmel.
Shafer, Curtis Sherman, Sparrows
Barker, Carl Kirk, Wilton.
George, Claude Arden, Bemidji.
Angell, Geo. Washington, Black
Uteck, Albert A., Clearbrook.
Johnson, Gustaf H., Urbana, N. D.
Witting, Neil P., Blackduck.
Olson,, Oscar, Wilton.
Johnson, Norman Fredk., Emmett,
Idaho. Hansel, Eugene C, Bemidji.
Jenson, Olaf Anton, Kelliher.
Bosshardt, Hubart Lorene, Black
Coe, William H.," Cass Lake.
Skone, Abraham, Flaxville/ Mont.
Morken, John Barnhart, Malcolm.
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FOR SALEStrictly modern and well
located six-room bungalow. Ad
dress box 575, city. 712tf
FOR SALE OF RENTFurnished, 6
room house, 1237 Dewey avenue.
FORTSALEGood hand made stake
wagon. Ford with Form-A-Truck
attachment. Paper baler. Prices
asked. Koors Bros. Co. 628tf
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. 52tf
FOR" SALEOne player piano in
good condition, and about 40 rolls
of music. Will take liberty bonds.
Call Pioneer office. d710tf
GIRL WANTEDFor general house
work. May learn photo work if
she wishes. Mrs. A. A. Richardson,
29 10th. Phone 570W. 3-718
GIRL WANTEDFor general house
work. May learn photo work if
she wishes. Mrs. A. A. Richardson,
29 10th. Phong 570W. 2-717
WANTEDPlain sewing, reasonable
Urates. Phone 704J, 913 Minn, ave
WANTEDThree women to help in
kitchen. Birchmont Beach sum
mer hotel. 716tf
WANlEDCompetent maid for gen
eral housework. Mrs. C. R. San
born, 717 Lake Blvd. Phone 449
WANTEDHelp for restaurant work.
Third Street cafe^ 711tf
WANTEDGirl to care for baby.
Call 204 Irvine or phone 600.
WANTED-r-Rooms for light house
keeping. Inquire Pioneer office.
WANTEDBright girl who is rapid
and accurate with a typewriter,
one who would be willing to learn
to operate from a dictaphone
Koors Bros. Co. 628tf
FOR RENTTwo furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. 312%
Minn, avenue. 3-717
FOR RENTFurnished rooms, 1302
Bemidji avenue. Phone 452 W.
FOR RENTFurnished rooms, 1302
Bemidji avenue. Phone 452.
LOST AND FOUND
LOSTBlack fox fur piece, Sunday,
July 14, between" Douglas Lodge
and Birchmont Beach hotel, return
to Elrchmont hotel for reward.
For the Boys in France
Sittings Made Day or Night
WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 17,, 1918
SB. O. B. SANBOBir
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. E. H. SIflTH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Security Bank Block
DR. E. A. SHANNON, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Mayo Block
Phoiie 396 Res. Phone 397
DR. L, A. WARD
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
DRS. GILMORE & McCANN
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Ibertson Block Office Phone 153
DR. EINER JOHNSON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
A. V. GARL0CK, M. D.
EYE EAR NOSE THROAT
DR. J. W. DIEDRICH
Office, O'Leary-Bowser Bldg
Office Phone 376-W Res. 376-R
DB. J. T. TUOWY
North of Markham Hotel
Gibbons Block Tel. 230
\DR. D. STAKTON
Office in Winter Block
GRAHAM M. TORRANCb
Mil?' Block Phor-f f^O
DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC
Acute and Chronic Diseases
handled with great success
1st Nat: Bank B'dg. Phone 400-W
Hours 10-12 a. m. 2-5 7-8 m.
E. R. BURGESS, D. V. M.
Office Phone 3-R
3rd St. and Irvine Ave.
Office and Ho&pital 3 doors west
of Troppman's. Phone No 209
3rd St. and Irvine Aye
Groceries, Dry Goods, Shoes,
Flour, Feed, etc
W. G. SCHR0EDER
Bemidji Phone 6B
DRAY AND TRANSFER
Res. Phone 58 818 America
Office Phone 12
DEAN LAND CO.
Land, Loans, Insurance avio
Troppman Block Bemidji
1 NORTHERN MINN. AGENCY
1 Dwight D. Miller
Security Bank Bldg-Tel.
M. E. IBERTSON
405 Beltrami Ave.. Bemidji. Minn.
The creamery has fresh buttermilk
daiyl. Try your grocer firsta num
ber of them handle buttermilk The
10 CENTS GALLON
Pianos, Organs, Sewing MachinesI
117 Third St., Bemidji
J. BISIAR, Mgr Phone 573-W|