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POTATOES$1.80 to $2.00 per Cwi.
Potato market weaker.
Beans, hand picked navy cwt .$6.50
Potatoes, Triumphs $1.50
Hound Whites $1.70
.Beans, (Swedish) cwt $3.00
^Beets, per bushel 40c
i Carrots, per bushel 50c
Cabbage, per ton $14.00
Hubbard squash, per ton, drug on the
market here $7.00
Onions, dry, per cwt $2.00
Batter (packing stock) lb 40c
Bggs, per doc 42c
Flams, per bushel $2.0Q
giwmbeirf, per bushel
This is more than the price paid f. o. b.. Stillwaer
equals $2.15 to $2.35 in that city. When the freight Xa^*
tween Bemidji and Stillwater is deducted from the othg
the prices paid by Bemidji dealers is higher in most IT*
than those quoted in the Stillwater quotations.
REMEMBER THAT QUOTATIONS ARE FOR A-l STOCK
THROUGHOUT. Farmers should screen their ptetoes before
bringing them to the Bemidji market, thus maintaining the
high Bemidji standard.
Farmers in this community are being paid more today
f. o. b. Bemidji for garden vegetables and many other items
than the farmers in southern Minnesota.
The following prices were being paid in Bemidji at time of
going to press today:
Carrots, per busbel 60c-70c
Potatoes, cwt $1.65-?1 75
Beets, bushel 60c-60c
Cabbage, cwt ?1.00-?2.00
Hubbard squash, ton $20-530
Onions, dry, cwt $2.50-$3.00
Sweet corn 10c-12%c
Beans, cwt $6.60-58.00
Beans, Swedish, cwt |4.00-15.00
Butter, lb 50c-55c
Eggs, doz 43c
Plums, bushel 3.00
Cauliflower, bushel fl.25
Cucumbers, bushel 70c-80c
GRAIN AND HAY
Oats, bushel 70c-72c
Barley, bushel 1.05-11.10
Rye, bushel *1.26
Bar Corn, bushel $1.10-51.25
Sween' corii. pr 'doz 8c I Wool, semi-1
_, CHICAGO POTATO MARKET.
WANTED.Baby buggy, 706 Be-
midiJl Ave ld927
WANTED TO RENTA 5 or 6 room
house, by Oct 6 Inquire at Pio
neer office tf
WANTED TO BUY'Ford chassis or
an old Ford car H. A. Glick,
Grand Forks Bay 3d927
WANTEDA modern flat or suite of
rooms, for the winter W. G. Bol
com, 1005 Lake Blvd. 922tf
WANTEDTo rent. 2 or 3 modern
rooms for light housekeeping, ad
dress "Rooms" Pioneer. 94tf
WANTED To buy, secondhand
piano, in good condition. Phone
422 or call at 609 Minnesota
IF YOU WANT to sell or exchange
your property, write me. John J.
lack, Minn. St. Chippewa Falls,
WANTED200 tons hay, will pay
$16 per ton for No. 1 Midland hay
and 920 Per ton for No. 1 clover
hay, delivered to Nebish, Minn. A.
B. Gibson, Bemidji. Phone 843.
WANTEDCarrier boys, apply Pio
neer office. 2d927
FOR RENT Small furnished home,
to* rent for winter, to two or three
adults. Located at 1124 Park Ave
Inquire of A. Carlson. 2d929
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Dressed Beef, lb.
Turkeys, live, lb
Old Toms, live, lb.
Geese, live, lb
Ducks, live, lb
Hens, 4 lbs. and over..
Springers, all weights, lb
Cow hides, No. 1, lb
Bull hides, No. 1, lb
Kip hides, No. 1, lb
Calf skins, No. 1, lb
Horse hides, large, each.
The following prices were being paid at Stillwater, Minn.,
at time of going to press of today's Pioneer:
GRAIN AND HAY.
Wheat, No. 1 $2.30-12.40
Wheat No. 2 $2.27-$2.37
Wheat No. 3 $2.23-$2.33
Rye, No. 2 $1.31-11.34
Oar corn $1.00-f 1.20
Buckwheat, per lb 2c
Pop corn, lb. on ear 5 & 8c
No. 2 timothy hay $22.00
No. 1 clover, mixed $21.60
Rye straw 17.00
cc Chicago^ Sept. 27.-Potato receipts today were 83 cars.
Market was firm. Minnesota and North Dakota Early Ohios,
$$i40 to "$2.60 Wisconsin and Minnesota Round White, $2.35
to $2.50 Colorado Brown Beauties, $2.75 to $2.80.
Classified Advertising Department
WANTED TO BUY0-30 rifle also
a shot gun Address Box 826, Be
Cow liidM, NO. 1 40e
Bull htdes, No. i
Green salted lc
Kips, No. 1 40c
Calf skins, No. 1 58c
Horse hid*, large $12.00
Tallow .i 5 ft 8c
Wool, bright 40c
Advertisements in this column cost ONE CENT per word for
FIRST INSERTION and HALF CENT per word for suBsequent
consecutive insertions of same copy. Cash must accompany copy.
Ads not paid for at time of insertion will be charged for at
ONE GENT a word, and then only to those having open accounts
on our books.
No ad taken for less than 15 cents for first run, and nothing
less than 10 cents per issue for additional runs.
WHEN OTHER METHODS FAIL TRY A PIONEER WANT ADVERTISEMENT
WANTEDGirl at Erickson hotel
WANTEDKitcheu girl. Third St.
WANTEDChamber maid, Mark
ham hotel 3d929
WANTEDCleaning and kitchen
girls. Markham hotel 3d929
WANTEDGirl, for general house
work 703 (Bemidji Ave 926tf
WANTEDExperienced woman cook
wants position Address "cook"
care Pioneer 2d927
WANTEDGirl, for general nouse
work. Mrs E. W. Johnson Phone
13, 605 Lake Blvd. 3d929
WANTEDExperienced maid, for
housework. Call at 916 Lake Blvd.
or telephone No 847 927tf
WANTEDWoman or girl for gen
eral housework Call at W G.
Schroeder store. Phone 66. 6d929
WANTEDGirl, for general house
work. No fancy cooking, oppor
tunity to learn kodak and photo
finishing if she desires Rich
Studio, 29 10th St. 3d930
WANTEDGirl to ao office work.
Must be a stenographer. Position
is one with a future. Good salary
and permanent employment. Ad
dress '^Stenographer" care of Pio
neer office 4d929
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT2 furnished rooms, 110
Irvine Ave S. 6dl01
A A*J*ij&&'% M&aujtt.viiift.*!: ri.i. ,ii .fii
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No. 1 turkeyB 26c
Old Tom turkeys -22c
Hens, heavy, 4 lbs, and over .18c
Springers, all weights 16c
Guineas, per doz $3.00
Pigeons, per doz $1.00
Mutton, lb 22o
Beef, dressed 10ft18c
FOR RBwTFurnished rooms, 904
America Ave. Phone 673-tW.
FOR SALEFurnitjW. S0&Afttkm.
it at The Pioneer*^
FOR SALEOne universal range, one
large Colonial coal heater, one
large bronze bed, Lenoleum rug,
818 Bemidji Ave. 3d930
FOR SALESee the Bemidji Sta
tionary store for rubber stamps
fac simile signature stamps, no
tarial seals and corporation seals
FOR SALELake shore residences,
acre lots in city limits. John F.
Gibbons. Phone 929. 6dP27
FOR SALEWhite Homer pigeons,
pure bred If you want a nice pair
or more, call 382, or inquire Mill
Park store. Id927
FOR SALEAttention, attention,
Lumber camps, 150 tons of hay for
sale. Inquire Harry Lariviere,
Crookston, Minn. Phone 420, af
ter 6 o'clock p. m., 13dl08
FOR\SAT|2100 tons of Ice. The
stat# fbJBeries at Redby has 100
tonU cff'lce to spare, wnich will be
sold to the hijhest bidder. Send
bids to S. A. Selvig, Redby, Minn.
FOR SALEAcre and a quarter to
acre and a half lake shore lots at
a bargain. T. Beaudette. 54930
FOR SALE87 acres, 6, miles out,
22 under cultivation, only *3Q .per
acre. Jefferson Highway. T. Beau
FOR SAiLui80 acres on beautiful
lake, a lot of timber and good soil.
Only $16 per acre if taken at once.
T. Beaudette, 216 Beltrami Ave.
FOR SALE440- acres, best im
proved, most modern and up to
date farm in this county. T. Beau
dette, "216 Beltrami Ave. If .you
want bargains, see T. Beaudette,
in Tailor Shop. 6d8 80
FOR SALE67 acres of land,
house, barn and chicken cobp.
miles from Bemidji, "Joins' dsj
site. Buildings alone worth wh^at
I will take for all. For further^
formation write Geo. N. Wood, Jaft
vinia, Minn., or phone 10-JV2.
FOR SALE186 acre farm with A
improvements on it fine buildings
and 100 acres being cultivated. T.
Beaudette, 216 Beltrami Ave
FOR SALEDandy 117 acre farm,
six miles south of Solway. 8J)
acres under yielding 100 toss
yearly. 20 acres in field. Good
house and 14,000 ft. of lumber for
barn. Unlimited range for stock.
See or write C. W. Krog, ^enrtdji.
Phone. 12-F-31J). TsStf
FOR SALE160 acre farm facing
Little Bass lake, 40 acre under cul
tivation, 20 acres nay meadow, 80
acres of good timber, large house,
barn and garage, 1% miles from
Lavinia summer resort, 8 miles
from Bemidji. This property can
be purchased at a bargain, as own
er is leaving the country Address
A. W. Bartlett, owner, Lavinia,
FOR SALECITY PROPERTY
FOR SALE7 room house, on 6th St.
Price $1600 Reynolds & Winter.
FOR SALE7 room modern house,
Beltrami Ave. Price J4.200. Rey
nolds & Winter. 6dl01
FOR SALE100 foot corner lot, .13th
St. and Beltrami Ave Price 1,100.
Reynolds & Winter 6dl01
5 acre tract, all under cultiva
tion, 3 blocks from the North
school- a dandy garden tract
6 room house, hardwood floors,
basement, gas and lights, lot 108x
140, corner facing east. Only
$2,600. Part cash.
4 houses on lot 100x140, rents
$75 per month. Small grocery
stock and all fixtures, a good go
ing business $6,000.
160 acres hardwood land, clay
loam soil, 1 mile from Fowlds, on
good road $15 per acre.
3 room house, Beltrami avenue,
pavement, good location $800,
$75 iter acre buys the best im
proved farm near the city. Only
2 miles out, good buildings, house,
barns, silo, etc., fine meadow land
along the river, upland good sandy
loam soil. Ideally located for a
dairy farm. Look this up.
GEO. H. FRENCHJ. P. LAHR
Markham Hotel Buildin*
.mjnifv w)iiMjm|ii i HI royi
THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
FOR SALETwo l%t,7, JftMfCfr
condition, Motor l^n.
FOR SALERound oak wood heater,
$15.00. Phone 564-J. or call 1221
Park Ave. 2d927
FOR ANY kind of real estate deal, see
or write E. J. Willits, 218 Beltrami
Ave Phone 41. 1213tf
FOR SALE7 room house and ga
rage, corner 5th and America Ave.
Price $3,600. Reynolds ft Win
FOR SALE200 feet of lake shore,
cottage and -v garage, at Lavinla.
Prjce s$2^fi00. Reynolds ft Win
FOR SALELarge all modern, house,
50 foot corner lot, in center of
city Beaudette, 216 Beltrami
jfessipn: .jpricej^aifSOO. Reynolds
&, Winter. 6dl01
FOR SALEGood hotel in gooifej^h
tion, doing good business. Owirpt
wishes to retire. T. Beaudette.
FOR SALE- -6 room modern house,
5 room cottage, 75 foot corner,
Bemidji Ave Price $4,200 Rey
nolds & Winter. 6dl01
FOR SALEGood 6 room house, 50
foot corner lot, $1,600, easy terms.
Beaudette, 216 Beltrami Ave.
FOR SALE9 room house, 13th St.
and Bemidji avenue, immediate
possession, $2800 Reynolds &
FOR SALE50 foot corner lot, Doud
Ave and 12th St. Gas, sewer,
water, electricity and sidewalks.
Price $650 Reynolds & Winter.
FOR SALE:Summer hotel site oa
Lake Bemidji, 4 blocks from sta
tion, store and postoffice 700 feet
lake shore 2 fine cottages. Rey
nolds & Winter. 6dl01
FOR SALE]Modern house at corner
of Beltrami Ave and 10th St.
With hot water heat, electric
lights, gas and bath. Inquire of
John Moberg, Bemidji, Minn. 821tf
FOR SALEFive room cottage, one
block from Bemidji normal. Lot
extends to lake shore. Hardwood
floors, city water and sewer, elec
tric lifehttf. Inquire on premises,
1204 Dewey Ave. glltf
If you want to sell or exchange your
property, write me. John J. Blaok.
Minn. St. Chippewa Falls, Wis.
Beef Roast, per pound
Veal Stew, per pound 13c
Veal Roast, per pound 25c
Lamb Shoulder, per pound 20c
Compound Lard, per pound 28c
Beef Stew, per pound 12c
Baked Beans, large No. 3 can, with
tomato sauce, per can 18c
National Corn Flakes, 3 pkgs 25c
White Borax Naphtha Soap, 6 bars..33c
Olivilo Toilet Soap, 3 bars 25c
Britmewnin Soap, perfumed, assorted,
3 bars for 27c
FOR SALELIVE STOCK
FOR SALE10 milk cows, call at the
Troppman and Jackson farm. 920tf
FOR"SALEO account of not hav-
totyS winter quarters for more than
1,0 Ou sheep we are compelled to
.sell 600 of our choice yearling
Hampshire and Shropshire ewes^
-These are all young ewes, each"
one has 6 years ahead of it, andter.
are excellent foundation stock. For
price see A. G. Gibson, Bemidj.,
phone 843. 10d927
.FOR 6AUECar load good gentle,
well broke farm horses and mares,
the right kind for work, age 4 to 8
years old, 1100 to 1400 lbs, some
good young mares, with well bred
colts by their side, all stock will
be guaranteed as represented, will
be sold in the next few days at
very reasonable prices. Mace Mc
Kinnon Barn, Mississippi Ave. S.
U. S. ACTS TO AVERT RAIL
TIEUP IN STEEL STRIKE
Washington, Sept. 26 In an ef
fort to meet the first effects of the
steel strike on the transportation sys
tem the railroad administration in
stituted a system of moving coal and
iron ore to tae steel mills by permit,
which will limit the quantities
shipped to what the steel mills can
consume during the strike
Regional directors of the railroad
administration will handle the per
mits. The new order is intended to
prevent congestion at terminals and
also prevent large quantities of rail
road equipment from being tied up.
The plan will operate much the
same as that which was adopted for
movement of the wheat crop.
Subscribe for The Pioneer.
I have opened a modern Dental Office oyer
Boardman's^Corner Drug Store and am ready %re^
Office hours^9 to 11 a.m. 2 to lFp.m. and~7
to 8 m. Rooms 10 and 11.
I have had six years experience in the Dental
business^ and feel competent to give the best and
most reliable dental service.
We have just completed our New.Modern Meat Market and
wish to extend an invitation to you to come and get the Choicest
Cuts of Beef, Pork and all Fresh and Smoked Meats at exception-
ally low prices.
Meat DepartmentPhone 928
Grocery DepartmentPhone 927
Our Offer of Exceptionally Low Priced Groceries
SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 27, 191*
Madison, Wis., Sept. 27 The Uni
versity of Wisconsin is perhaps the
first to take the lead among educa
tion institutions to aid the nation in
its fight against recurrence of the
influenza epidemic this fall and win
This work will be done through
the extension division of the univer
I To equip the women of the state
-with the primary essentials of dis
I ease prevention and care of the sick,
since a return of the "flu" is predict
ed by medical authorities, a course
is offered on "Prevention of Disease
and Home Care of the Sick." The
slogan in tae course is that "Some
body" in every home should know
how to care for a person showing the
earliest symptoms of influenza. A
textbook of 300 pages is furnished
free with the course which Is' in
charge of a physician and a trained
nurse When twenty or more per
sons in one community enroll for the
course, provision is made for co-oper
ation with the local physician in
teaching the course The course Is
divided into eight sub-topics: dis
ease prevention, cause, transmission
and care colds and their dangers,
preventive treatment personal hy^
giene first aid, and home nursing.
PRESSURE TO HASTEN
RATIFY PEACE TREATY
By George Martin*
(United Press Correspondent.)
Washington, Sept. 27.Soon after
jPOBSident Wilson returns to Wash
ington, the strongest possible pres
sure is to be brought up in the sen
ate, by administration forces in and
out of congress to hasten the ratifi
cation of the peace treaty, a leading
administration senator predicted to
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THOUSANDS OF MEN AND WOMEN
There is a bier demand for our students throug-hout the entire North-
west High salaries and commissions are being paid to our graduates.
Professor N. H. Qilsdorf, renowned as the Northwest's most success*
ful instructor, teaches the latest and most up-to-date method of barbering.
This is the only college we know of giving Post Graduate Courses to
practicing barbers and students. In business since 1886.
The average time required to learn the Barber Trade is from two to
six weeks, but no limit is put on the time you are required to complete
Write for our catalog, hair cutting chart and convincing literature
on "Why you should become a Barber." Supplies free. Address or call.,
TWIN CITY BARBER COLLEGE
204 Hennepin Avenue Minneapolis, Minn.,:
Lamb Stew, per pound 10c
Leg of Lamb, per pound 25c
Pure Lard, per pound 33c
Extra Quality Bacon, strips only,
per pound 35c
Sardines in Oil, a cans for 21c
Sardines in MtrStftTd, 2-raBas-foT. 28
I Want U, extra quality Peajsr2 cans
for ,4 _29c
Home Brand Chocolate, rjer pound..38c
Milk Hominy, 2^gs. for 29c