Newspaper Page Text
THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 11, 1920
FORMER RESIDENT OF
CLEARBROM BACK FROM
Glad to BackNelso Only
Candidate for Mayor
Special to Pioneer
Clearbrook, March 9,Pete* Lind
auist is back from Missoula, Mont.,
where he has spent the winter with
his sister. Let the far west be what
it is, but Pete loves Minnesota, Clear
water county, and Clearbrook, espec
ially. Hence he Is back with us once
more and intends to make his home
with us here for some time to come.
Our good neighbor, M. P. Cpveyou
and family have departed for Petos
key, Mich., where they have purchas
ed a 40-acre farm home. At. that
place Mr. Coveyou will devote his
energies largely to the growing of
fruit and apples especially. He sold
his fine 80 acre farm here last fall
to a party from Montevideo, this
state, who will take charge in a few
Jays. Petoskey is Mr. Coveyou's old
stamping grounds, where he spent his
boyhood days and held many .memor
ies dear to, him. Hence his change of
location at the present time. Still
another reason. 'There was
a' certain tract of land there he had
always loved to o#B %J4 at this par
ticular time fortune seemed to smile
upph him, and secured It for a reason
sum, which made him buy at
once. He expects to make Clearbrook
annual visits^ and m,ay bring! In a car
load or two of fine apples, in the fall
fbrJiale to Wfi farmijrit^feors and
friends. -Hi w* wsst assure^ that
sh^ neilo ttei| ^Kat & Mould Jind
willing buyers h:ere W tae himdjeds.
W regret, tq see th|t good family
leave bur midst, btitaje proud pf the
fact that our loss is petoskey's mani-
Ingvald Christiarispn, one of those
genial and good natured tillers of
the soil ?o the gPQd township1
Greenwood, was a pleasant business
caUe in our busy bjirg, Tuesday.
Judging Bemidji's new mayor by
his address to the new council we can
see 'where that modern little city
"done itself proud" in the re-election
of that venerable, all around good
scoutj L. F. Johnson. Mr. Johnson
will give Bemidji a real-business aoV
ministration. Hurrah Jor Bemidji.
Martin Bagaason departed Thurs
day morninng for Albert Lea* this
state, for a visit with relatives and
friends. Martin has leased the farm
of Andrew Moller for this year,
while Andrew will take a trip to
good old Norway in the near future.
Mr'- Bagaason "is also the owner or
some land in North Dakota. He sent
tor his taxes the other day over there
and now finds that in place of pay
ing less than MO he is now paying
more than *80 for the same land un
der the same conditions. He says
North Dakota is a good old state, but
he doesn't approve of the present
At a village caucus held here Tues
day evening, the following ticket was
put in the field for next Tuesday's
For mayor, term, three yearsC.
Councilman, term, three years
Martin A. Johnson, and Victor Stol
Treasurer, term, one yearHenry
A EngeDretson and Carl Jensen.
Assessor, term, two yearsArnold
All justices and constables held
over, hence none will be elected this
The above ticket 'is a fine repre
sentative lineup and will give the
voters in our city a chance to make
their decision without sacrificing
any policy for good, clean govern
ment and rest assured that their in
terests will be protected in every re
spect, shape or manner. The election
will be held on Tuesoay, March 9th,
at the fire hall, when it 1s expected
that every man who loves his village
on par with himself will attend and
vote in such manner that the village
as a whole will benefit by his attend
Henry P. Wedger who resides
about two and one half miles south
east of Clearbrook has just purchased
a thoroughbred Holstein bull. It is a
beauty, a fine specimen and a splen
did animal, from Johanna McKinley
Segis. His dam is the famous 44-
poun butter cow, seven-day record,
which was bought for *1,000 while
his sire sold for $2,500. This animal
has a strong backing on production,
and we expect soon to record Henry
among some of our best and strongest
fancy stock breeders in our commun
Louis Skinne of Gonvick was seen
on our busy street Wednesday.
John M. Anderson of Lincoln
tonwship has moved near town and
taken possession of the Mrs, A. C.
Juitberg estate in Leon township.
Gust Tilberg and sister, Selma,
from the township of Queen in Polk
For Quick and Expert
Shoe Repair Work
Bring or Send Your
511 Beltrami Aye. Bemidji
county were busy visitors here Wed
The farmers are busy hauling in
box .wood for the Clearbrook Box and
Crate factory before the roads are
shot by the coming spring thaw.
1 E. A. Barker R. J- Boaramaa
Laltberte & Ericksoa I
If you are planning to remodel
your HOME or STORE consult us
we specialize in this class' of
work. W make office and store
fixtures and cabinets of all kinds,
repairs, floor laying, jobbing and
eneral repairing. No job too
none too sniall to receive
our best attention.
70? Fourteenth St.
Phone 44 4 Bemidji
6. A. K0LBE
The Best That Money
Corner Eleventh and Doud
Aches,' pems, nervousness, diffi
culty in urinating, often mean
serious disorders. The world's
standard reme dy for kidney, liver,
bladder end uric, acid troubles
bring quick relief anil o$en wepd ofl
deadly diseases. Known the national
remedy off Holland for more than 200
years, All druggists, in three atses.
task'for CoU Malal OB mwmtr fcos
*s4 ocpt a* aaitatlon
rfrfH. Htf--' K-MA. t-.-4.i~ -Am^t*'
i f^Sii t^itii. FTTfpijc. r-njr e&w.
'yfvc STERLING SEEDS
N the cold winter, when canned or
fresh vegetables are so expensive,
how fine it is to be able to go to th
fruit closet and select ajar of home
canned beans, peas, beets, carrots,
sweet com, etc.
Home canning, or cold packing,
proves most satisfactory when the
vegetables are ftfesn from the gar
den. All varieties heat suited to
canning are easy to raise and big
yields areike rule when grown from
Northrup, King ft Co/a Seeds.
For 36 yeajra our seeds hav* aaade
gardening a souree of pleasure and
profit to thousands of "beck ymd
ing army7-go lj dealers eariy
and felaet pa*f* all the varieties
you sxefc^d of, from the convenient
Northrup, Kin* ft Go. Seed Case.
Standard size packets are only a
nickel this yearand tfftnk of all
the vegetables' you can raise from
knows and likes Rare. Now you can
get it with the flavoring of purest maple sugar.
The new Karo Maple Flavor has all the delightful
taste of fresh maple syrup, but has body enough to
pour nicely, and is reasonably priced.
Karo Maple Flavor looks appetizing and is just as
good as it looks. You will find it the ideal syrup for
pancakes, waffles, biscuitt.
It is just the spread on sliced bread for children.
to oak ymt groemrfmr Karo Mapl*
tthm Cnmn Can. It It gm*ranf*d to
Bm FlmmvinthmGrnCan. It I gmmrani$_^
CORN PRODUCTS REFINING COMPANY
17 Battery Place New York
NATIONAL STARCH COMPANY
Twi. City StatoJ^ Building S r*
DRS. JOHNSON A BORRESON
Phyeiciana and Sunreon*
jjr tjA-'*-' fe f* --*&&,:
A. V. GARLOCK, M. D.
DR. E. H.
JPhyaician and Surgeon I
Office Security Bank Block I
DRS. GILMORE & McCANN
Pbyaieiane and Surgeoaa
Office Ml|e* Block
DR.. H. A. NORTHROP
i .nil! in
(jfljee Phone 16
C. R. SANBORN, M. D.
Pkyeician and Surgeos
Office: MUee Block
House Phone 449-Office Phone Kt
LUNOE and DANNENBERG
Hours 10 to la a.m. 2 to 5, 7 to nja.
Phone 401-W Calls Ma4e
1st National Bank Bids. BenlAJl
DR. E. A. SHANNON, M.
Physician and Surgeon
Office In Mayo Block
Phone 396 Res. Phone St7
DR. L. A. WARD
Physician and Surgeon
Dr Marcum St McAdory
Physicians and Surgeons
Barker Block, Third St.
Hours11-12 a. m.. a-6 p.m.
PhonesOffice 802, Res. 211
Office and Hospital 3 doors west
of Troppman's. Phone No. 202
3rd Street and Irvine Ave.
Dr. W. K. DenlsonDr. D. R. Burg
Phones: Office 8-R Res. 9
DR. J. W. DIEDRICH
PhonesOffice 376-W. Res. 878-R
Dentist and Orthodontist
REYNOLDS & WINTER
212 Beltrami Avenue
Clothes Cleaners for Men, Womea
E. M. SATHRE
Buys |mal Houses for cash
and sells them on small
H. C. NELSON
Piano Tuning and Piano aaeT Violia
216 Beltrami Ave. FBOM SS
D. H. FISK, Atlomay at Law
ones, Northern NaUoiial Baa* BMjr.
Phone 1S1. Collaotlons a speolaltar