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PA GE FOUR
A gffl' devotionito the contents
of a hope chest the tender affection
which is held in #very heart for-the
things that mother did these-are
features of the picture in which
Dorothy Gish makes her appearance
at the Elko theatre Monday and
Tuesday. The story tells of what,
might' occur to. any young woman,
but the situations ajre handled in.
such a manner that- there .is a con
stant suspense and wonderment as
to what is to follow. The support is
Austin (Bud) Mclver, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Mclver of this
city, returned to Bemidjl yesterday
from overseas, having been in the
service for the past nine months. He
was in the engineers branch of the
ST. BARTHOLOMEWS EPISCOPAL.
WhitsundayBirthday of the
10 a. m.Church school.
11 a. m.Choral celebration of
the Holy Eucharist, special sermon
on the subject of
p. m.Evensong Cass
Are you an Episcopalian?
you a member of the church of Eng
land? Here is your church,'corner
of 10th and Beltrami Ave. Every
member in church Whitsunday.
Birthday of. the. church tomorrow.
George Backhurst," rector.
Sunday morning at the Presby
terian church at 11 o'clock the pftst?
or will speak on the subject /'Pre-
sentation and Sacrifice," (Romans
12:1). Sunday evening at 8 o'clock'
the sermon will be on the theme, "A
Point of "Consideration," (Matthew
Sunday school will meet at JO
a. m. and Christian Endeavor at 7
p. m. All are. welcome.
L. P. Warford pastor.
Services in Nymore'at 11 a. m., and
in Ardahl church, town of Frohn, at
3 p. m.
O. P. GranibO, pastor.
Services will be held at the Elko
theatre at 11 o'clock. Sunday school
at 9i 46.
Low mass at 8 o'clock am. High
mass at 10 o'clock a. m. Supday
school, followed by benedictions of
the Blessed Sacrament at 11:30 a. m.
Baptisms, at 2 o'-clock p. m. Vespers
and benediction at 7 o'clock.
J. J. T. Philippe,: rector.
o'clock, church at 11. Subject,
"Childhood and the Christ." Evening
service-^Epwprth League,, 7:00
church, 8:00 subject "Where is the
Christ?" Prayer meeting Thursday,
Mrs. Lamfbert,- leader.
Blaine Lamibert, pastor.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock. H. E.
Rice will speak, at 8 p. m. A great
feast is promised at the church dune
11 to 15, when a Bible conference
will be held. Don?t miss it.
James Austin, pastor.
HOLD SPECIAL SERVICE.
The members of the Episcopal
church are to have a special service
tomorrow at 11 a. m. It being Whit
sunday, the^ birthday of the Christ
ian church. The Rev. Geo. Back
hurst will preach a sermon on
"Christian Unity." All members'of
the church are asked to attend.
FOR SALEGood typewriter at a
bargain. Room 6 North National
bank building. Phone 535-W.
Dakota Business College
Pupil Lands Portland Job1
After completing a course at
the Dakota Business College,
Fargo, N. D., Miss Cecelia
Schroeder went to Portland*
Oreg., where she immediately,
secured a position as stenogra
pher with the Kilham Station
ery and Printing Co.
The unusual thoroughness of
the D. B. C. course prepares
young people for. responsible
positions everywhere. Miss M.
Walker, who wa& head stenog
rapher, Extension Dep't, North
Dakota Agricultural College,
recently sailed for France to do
Red Cross Secretarial work.
Write L. Watkins, 806 Front
St., Fargo, N. D., about the
Summer course, now under
BMMJI S IN
FIRST SCANDINAyiAN LUTHERAN
Pentecost Sunday. Services in
the morning. Special music. Regu
lar holiday offering will be received.
Sunday school at 12.
Osmund Johnson, pastor.
Acrew tftw Street freai Ddtea'a
418 Bltrwl Av. BclUji ftiaa.
Advertisements in tnia column cost
half cent a word per Issue, when paid
cash in advance. No ad will be run for
less than 10c per issue.
Ads charred on our books cost one
Cent a word per Issue! No ads run for
less than J6e.
FOR SALE!160 acres of good farm
.land township 163, range 31 big
house, barn, well', J1 miles from
Kelllher 11100. Write Rev. D. V.
Ienarsen, Erskine.eSlinn. 6d613
FOR SALETdmaioe plants, 25c a
dozen. William "Schuitz, Phone
FOR SALE300 bushels of potatoes,
call at 719 Beltrami avenue. 50c
a bushel. ld67
FOR SAlE-Reo touring car good
tires, and car in running order
,1250. Hannah & Robertson. 6d612
FOR SALei-Roofing 1-ply, $1.00
2-ply, M-25 3-ply, $1.50 slate
i jsurfaced, 12.50 per roll. Hannah
jCv#\&k SALEHighly improved 15
acre farm, in city limits of Be
midji, about 10 acres under high
state of cultivation, 3,000 straw
berries, lots of raspberries, cur
rants, asparages, plums and high
bush cranberries, 2 acres potatoes,
14. acres rye, 3 acres corn, 1 acre
sweet corn, and large garden, all
planted. Fenced and cross-fenced.
Five rootn house, large barn, ice
house fllle'd, machine shed, wood
shed filled-, find hen house, good
well. The best small farm home
in city. Might trade for residence.
B. J. Willi to, 218 Beltramf Ave.
Phone 41. 5d610
FOR SALE10 acre farm, about one
mile. south of new mill. About
half planted, to potatoes. Well that
cost |385. Basement for house.
Only $1,000 might take good
team as part, or sell on easy terms.
218 Beltrami Ave. E. J. Willits,
Phone 41. 6d610
FOR SALE156 acre farm on fine
lake, lots of good timber, 60 acres
under high state of cultivation,
some, tame hay, house and barn,
two and one half miles from sta
tion. Only $2,150, easy terms. B.
J. Willits, 218 Beltrami Ave.
Phone 41. 6d610
FOR SALEOne Buick roadster, one
stake wagon, one set of sleighs,
one Cary safe.. Koors Brothers.
FOR SALE8Kacr improved farm,
.black hardwood land', about 15
acres under cultivation house
24x24, on stone foundation good
..barn, chicken house, granary and
well. Three-fourths mile from
lake teeming with fish, 3% miles
from Lavinla, 9% miles from Be
midjl. Only $2,600. E. J. Willits,
218 Beltrami Ave. Phone 41.
FOR SALEOne Ford car, in good
running order. Inquire Motor Inn
Auto Co. 6d69
FOR SALE160 acre farm, good
black land, small hou/se. I have
photo at office, only $6.00 per
acre, E. J. Willits, 218-Beltrami
Ave. Phone 41. 6d610
FOR SALEThoroughly, modern
house, new", for only $2,500. Also
othefs as good at most any price.
B. J. Willits, 218 Beltrami Are
Phone 41. 6d610
FOR SALESummer home, 6 rooms
also 3-room cottage. Perfect lo
cation, large screened porch.
Blrctamont Beach. J. W. Wilcox.
Phone 29. 21d617
FOR SALEHorses, horses. When
you want good horses call on the
Betnidji Horse Market. They must
be sold as represented Bemidji
Horse Market, John Moberg. 519tf
FOR SALE1917 Ford, excellent
condition. Motor Inn. 3d67
FOR SALEFive room cottage, hard
wood floors, city water, sewer,
electric lights. Lot extends to
lake shore. One block south of
Normal school. Inquire 1.04
Dewey avenue. 55tf
FOR SALESee the Bemidji Sta
tionary store for rubber stamps,
fac simile signature stamps, no
tarial seals and corporation seals.
FOR RENTFurnished four-room
house. Inquire Mrs. Howe at
Bazaar store. 2d69
FOR RENTSoft drink parlor, at
Lake Shore hotel. 3d610
FOR RENTFurnished 4-room cot
tage. Suitable for 2 or 3 adults,
$15. Phone 672-W. ld67
PASTURE for 7, cows, located on Ir
vlne Ave., 1 miles north of
cemetery pump in pasture. In
quire 608, 13th 'street or phone
WANTEDGirl, for general house
work. Inquire 719 Beltrami Ave.,
or Rex theatre. 3d610
WANTED'Position, as clerk or of
fice work. Write Alice. (ihilgren,
Blackduck, Minn., or phone 311-W.
WANTEDTo hear from owner of
good farm for sale. State cash
price, full particulars. D. F. Bush,
Minneapolis, Minn. Id67
WANTEDCook, easy work and
good wages. Care of B. Pioneer.
WANTBD^-Bowdere and roomers.
Inquire 1109 Dewey avenue. Phone
THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
-Waitress, at Hotel Dal-
FOR RENTLog cabin at Blrch
mont, partly furnished. Apply F.
J. Itoors. Phone 626. 519tf
FOR ANY kind of Teal estate deal, see
or write E. J. Willits, 218 Beltrami
Ave. Phone 41. 1213tf
LOSTWhite Angora kitten. Finder
return to 418 Minnesota Aye. Re
ward offered. 2d67
6-room bungalow with hot water
heating plant, facing east, screen
ed uorch.. A bargain at $3200.
80-acres, clay soil, poplar and
oak land, 5 acres cleared, 45 acres
easily cleared balance 20 acres to
be used as summer resort, mile
lake shore, large building with 7
sleeping rooms, dining room, living
room and kitchen 4-room cottage
2 more buildings under construc
tion large barn, other buildings
12 miles from railroad station
good roads plenty of, tourists.
Price only $4,000, cash.
8-room house, barn 18x32, good
well, chicken house and wood shed.
10 acres of land nearly all under
cultivation. Property worth
'$4,000. Must be sold at once.
Price' for immediate sale, only
$2,500, half cash, balance at 6 per
24.0 acres cut-over land, small
clearing, sandy loam soil, 3 miles
from Bemidji on' the Jefferson
Highway. $12 per acre, small cash
payment with terms to suit on the
balance. GEORGE H. FRENCH... Phon. 93
J. P. LAHR ...FhoD* 328
Markham Hotel Building
N EW YORK LIFE
In 1918, (In 303 working days
of eight hours each) paid to its
Every Second $11.20
Every Minute ^.....'$671.75
Every Hour $40,305.22
Every Day $322,441.77
Eyery week $1,878,843.39
Every Month $8,141,654.68
During the Year $97,699,856.20
The Company has paid auk
$375.00 While You Were
Reading This Ad. '\u.
The New York Life Man
Northern Natl Bank Bldg.
Room 5 Phone 675W
/meet with public
ment of this organ
ization Is a symbol
of respectful re
[PHDKF 317 W l\7- BEMIDJI
If Yon want Your
Clothes Made Right
At the Sight PriceSee
214 Beltrami Ave. Bemidji, Minn.
Subscribers should report any poor
carrier service to this office and step*
will be taken at once to remedy the
BEMIDJI GAS COMPAN
Attorney at Law
Office Northern Nat. Bank Bldg.
Bemidji Shoe Repair
Mens rubber heels... .50
I pay parcel post one
way. Sent in your work
and it will be returned
next day. Wprkiiianship
and material guaranteed.
Across the street from
Men's half soles,
Mens half soles,
sew^d ._" *.\.$1.25
Ladies -lalf soles
nailed V....... *75
Ladies half soles
Ladies rubber heels .40
Regular and frequent dry
cleaning and pressing keeps
your clothes in splendid ap
pearance and flit as long as the
cloth will wear, and lengthens
also the length of wear given
by the material.
THE MODEL DRY GLEANERS
Phone 537 309 Third Street
1111111111ii1111111iiiimnHimiuiiniinrrriTTTT Stingers for
1 lot men's Bathing
Suits,. $3.50 to go
1 lot ladies 2-piece
-Bathing Suits, worth
$3.75, to go at.*$1.50
1 lot 2-piece Gray Wool
Bathing Suits, worth,
$5, to go at..-:. .$2.50
Men's good work
shoes $1.95 to $3.50
Full size reversible mat
tress with art tick
union label $6.25
Hannah & Robertson
206 Minnesota Aye.
NOW IS THE TIME TO
INSTALL A GAS RANGE
and enjoy a nice cool kitchen
during the hot summer
^el 76". 313 Beltrami Ave
and fixtures installed at reas
onable prices and very 'liber
_!* ^&_ -_f --'Set,
LUNDE AND PANNENBERG
Hours 10 to 12 a. in. Phone 401-W
2- to 5, 7 to 8 p. m. Calls made.
1st Nat. Bank Bldg, Bemidji
Try Palace Caf
for the best meals in town
Open day and night
312 Minnesota avenue
SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 7, 1919
Articles you need around
the Car and Garage
Auto Jack, Running Board Pumps, Auto Patches,
Valve Grinding Compound, Valve Grinders,- Inside and
Outside. Boots, Spee Dee Cleaner for the car or hands.
Polishes which make the old car look like new.
Wrenches and tools for all classes of work,
our lines over.
Mobileoil Lubricants, an oil for every car.
C. E. BATTLES
"THE HOME OF GOOD HARDWARE"
A HOT EVENING AFTER A ifs
HOT DAY'S WORK. ^n
St. Hilaire Retail Lumber Co
i We buy Cattle, Hogs,
Veal, Chickens, Butter
at Highest Cash Prices
Phone 174-W 507 Beltrami
THE PIONEER WANT ADS
W are now showing
a very fine line of
Different Stylos mad
Shapes of Straw
Ranting in prices from
Nice Fancy Shirts and Summer Underwear
O, J. Laqua
The House of Sincerity
DON'T MIS S THE BIG
On Overalls and Shirts
now selling at our store Overalls worth double the
price per pair, $1.40.
We have a full line of men's and boys' shirts in all
sizes, cblors and materials.
Don't forget we carry a good line of. fresh grocer-
ies, canned goods, cookies, milk, and stationery, cloth,
blankets, hose, shoes.
210 3rd street Phone 33
then is when a screened in
porch offers attractions that
nothing else can.
Your favorite magazine or
paperyour family around
youor some good friends.
What more can you think of
for an enjoyable evening.
Have you such a porch?
Is it screened?figure
Phone 100 BEMIDJL MINNESOTA
ifikfcfr-ab. tiStefj- *m^
yo have the porch but not
of making them for you.
If you haven't the porch you
want one we know and we can
figure that for you also.
Let us figure this for you now
it should be attended to at
once as the hot days and nights
are not far away.'