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BEMIDJI NfWSY NOTES
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city's social activities is our desire.. This page is devoted to personal
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I Tele*!*** 922.
C. B. Hoyt returned this morning
from a business trip to International
$50,000 to loan or farms
Mrs. Sidney Miller of Pinewood
was the guest of friends in the city
Mrs. Lulu St. Peter of Puposky was
the between train guest of Bemiljf
Loans and insurance Northern
Land Co. Phone 29. 13tr
Mrs. Al Fulcher of Turtle River
was-"one of the business visitors in
the city yesterday.
We pay &h for clover seed, corner
4th St. and Minnesota Ave .W. G.
Schroeder. Bemidu. 12dl02
Elwood Isted left Friday morning
for Minneapolis, where he will at
tend the university.
SPOT CASH paid for Liberty Bonds
and liberty Bond receipts G. B.
Heoley, Markham. ditt
Mrs. John Noel who was In Bemidji
on business Friday returned to her
home at Northome in the evening
Mrs. Kate Smiley of Nary motored
to Bemidji Friday and spent the day
shopping and calling on friends.
Bemidji Mfg. Co. Phone 481. TFtr
Mrs. BJ. A. Barker and daughter,
Verna went to Minneapolis last-night
where they will spend a few days, re
turning to Bemidji Sunday.
lius. Mae Wilds of Grand Rapids
spent "the day in Bemidji on business.
Mrs. Wilds is a nurse and is think
ing some of locating in this city.
a M. Dicaire and family. En roitfe
vey visited C. G. Dicaire at Duluth.
Wml Mervin and E. H. Denu visited
towns' along the G. N. and Soo rail
roads (yesterday, stopping at Bagley,
Solway, Clearbrook, Gonvickr Gully
Thomas Aamodt, who has been the
head gardner at the state experiment
farm at Grand Rapids this summer,
was in Bemidji Thursday visiting his
brother, a.. W. Aamodt, county agent
of Beltrami county. Mr. Aamodt
went to Minneapolis, where he will
attend the farm school at the state
university this year.
SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1919 THE BEMIOJ1 DAILY PIONEER
John Stechman of Tenstrike was in
the city yesterday.
We pay the highest price for pota
toes, and produce in the Bemidji
vicinity. Call us for prices, phone
69, warehouse and office on & I
tracks, Bemidji, Rosander Produce
The Loyal Order of Moose will hold
a meeting ia^&Jie Moose hall Sunday
night Due to the fact that it is im
possible foe many of the members to
attend on week nights it is necessary
to hold this meeting on Sunday even
ing, as there will be initiation and
other matters of great importance to
be discussed All members are urged
About twenty friends gathered at
the home of Mrs A A Lord yester
day afternoon to spend a few social
hours with Mrs C. E Knapp who
leaves for Minneapolis soon, where
the Knapp family will make their
home A little gift of remembrance
was piesented Mrs Knapp Lunch
was served to the guests by Mrs
Lord ^/fes. ^3.
TRIP A&OOTTOTHE WORLD.
The Epworth League of the Metho
dist church will give a trip around
the world on Friday evening, October
3 Automooiles will be used to con
vey the people from country to coun
Sixteen-inch, mixed Tiard and soft
slab.wood for sale. *3.00 per load.ftry, starting from the church at. 7:30
o'clock. Tickets are now on sale and
4t is hoped there will be a large at
HONORED AT DINNER.
Miss Helen Backus was the hon
ored guest at a 7 o'clock dinner party
last evening given by Mrs.
Given and Mrs E. Denu at the
Given home on Beltrami Ave. Plates
were laid for fifteen, all girl friends
of Miss Backus Decorations were
Mr, and Mrs. J. Dicaire of Cadott, .very prettily carried out in pink.
Wis., 'are visiting the formers uncle. iMisses Elois Dickens and Muriell Me
Ghee assisted with the serving
At the last meeting of the Presby
terian Ladies id society, it was decidt
ed to hold a hot doughnut sale
btir or about the next Saturday
^Doughnuts "like mother used
.._ to makeA!*. Willie, mixed^by^ex-
FortSale6Q-ppun6 flour sacks, perieneed doughnut experts and
dozen 100-poHnd, flour sacks, $1.25
dozen,i Tbte "makes the cheapest
cloth bn the market. Koors Retail
W. Jennins and family of Stev
ens, were in the city Friday en route
to Red Lake where they will visit,
with relatives for a couple of weeks
and Mr. Jennins will look after his
-Get, 'Rich 4uick" for quality
photo work. Portrait post cards, six
only 85c, 12 only SI.75. proofs sup
plied. Kodak developing, 10c prints
3c, 4c, 6c. Rich Studio, 29 10th St.
cooked by those eaually proficient
Moi doughnuts and coffee will be
served in the afternoon and dough
nuts sold by the dozen The place of
*he sale will be announced later.
Mrs. Larvik of the Fifth ward
was pleasantly surprised yesterday
afternoon when a large number of
her friends came to her home to
spend the afternoon, it being her
birth anniversary A dainty lunch
was served the self-invited guests
and Mrs. Larvick was presented with
a very pretty gift Those present
were: Mesdames Klug, Ed. Johnson,
Emil Johnson, Henry Ohngren, J.
Westlund, Bert Krogen, O Moen, Al
bert Berg, Gustafson, Thomas Ny
gard, Ed Akre, Bly, Andrew Nes
Fund and Otto Morken
Specimens of Skeeters.
Specimens of all species of mos
quitoes found In army camps will bf
displayed in the army medical mu
seum at Washington. D. O.
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STUMPAGE SALE STATE
LAND HELD OCTOBER 15
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foot post. Any cedar timberlcut into
lengths between eight feet and eigh
teen feet inclusive, shall be charged
for at a price based upon the marKet
value of the timber when cut.
Where cedar poles are not specified
at a graduated price, it shall mean
that all cedar timber that will meas
ure five inches in diameter 22 feet
jfijoWithe groundhall be cut into 20
aodtr poles. If purchasers prefer
|4uttliig,ithis timber into cedar posts,
tlien the cedar posts of a longer
length shall bear a price based upon
the market value at the time of
Spruce trees ten inches or over in
diameter two feet from the ground,
shall be cut and scaled as log timber
up to a point where the tree is eight
inches or less. The balance of the
tree shall be cut and scaled into pulp
The right is reserved to reject any
or all bids.
Only Real Peace.
No peace was e\er won from fate
by subterfuge or argument no peace
is ever in store for any of us but that
which we shall win by victory over
shame or oln\ ictory over the sin that
oppies*es as well as over that which
People who have spent hours of
agony from wearing now shoes ovei
corns will find Hint -tiip of ndhrMv*
plaster sipphed o^pr coini and ncios
the ImK, vhue li'isters o ofton ap
pear, will msuic ti comfort.
BIDS FOR CLEANING
Sealed bids will be received by the
undersigned to be opened at a regular
meeting of'the city council of the
City of Bemidji, to be held on Mon
day, September 29th, 1919 at 8
O'clock m. for the cleaning of the
septic tank, and the removal and dis
posal of the sludge.
The city reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
Dated, Bemidji, Minn Septembtr
2d927-29 City Clerk.
Making Improvement Sure.
We can all do good work, for all tfcet
Is required is to follow directions laid
down by other people who have done
good work before us. It may be that
we can improve on what other people
have done, and after a while it may be
tpat we can strike'otit a line for our
selves. Most of us will find that If we
dp the best we can, even in the most
plodding way, we shall find ourselves
Improving and rising, step by step, in
our chosen task.New York Evening
I lisped in numbers, for the number
came," said Alexander Pope. But that
was before the era of the telephone.
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TlwsuccBSSOrto' ADDY LONG LEGS'
The romance of a spoiled heiress who dropped
through a coal chute to real life and adventure
THE PICTURE OF A THOUSAND
Again Charlie Chaplin
In "THE RIVAL MASHERS"
Opening Bill Saturday Night, 7:20 o'clock Matinea Sunday,
2:30 Night, 7:10 and 9:00 o'clock
PRICESChildren 10 cents, Adults 25 cents
Give Little Folks Allowance.
Instead of giving the little folks
money in haphazard fashion and when
they tease for it, let them have a
stated sum each week, and then inslfct
upon their keeping an account of what
is done with every penny of it.Carl
Marshall In the Thrift Magazine.
Tonight & Sun.
9PFCT AT AI FEATURE PICTURE
OrUVlAJUO AJL.L, CoMEDY,
in her biggest dramatic triumph
Her gambling debts engulfed her as quicksand
sucks down its helpless victim. Born with a gambl
ing strain in her blood, she could no more escape
the consequence of her folly than could the victim
of the deadly sands.
Who stayed the tide of the crushing torrent?
TREATING 'EM ROUGH
A New 2-Part Mack Sennet Comedy
Evenings 10c & 25c Matinee 10c & 20c
TONIGHT and SUNDAY
To Brighten Tiles.
To clean glazed tiles when spotted*
rub them with lemon moistened with
turpentine. Tinware can be kept
bright with a soft cloth. Tiles should
not be washed, only rubbed with a
damp clotb, and polished with a little
skim milk and water.