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ft' $\ V#*H LATEST RECORDS AT COUNTY OFFICES Real estate transfers probate court matters marriage li censes. Anything you'd like to know. Property transfers, taken from lec ords at the court housfe, trom Mai'ch 8 to 13, inclusive- Annie Cromwell and husband Thorn Fossand, Pinewood, $300 I. Haycraft and wife to Rogers, Solway, $3,400 Elina Johnson and husband James E. Johnson, Blackduck, $200. Peter P., and (Mary Malterud to William C. Anderson, Puposky, $600. I John Mottz tOt Claris A. Lueas, Wagner's Third addition to Bemidji, $150. i Charles Nangle and wife to Ruth erford B. Hayes, Section 34-149-3-4 $1 etc. Charles Nangle and wife to George H. Miller, Section 26-146-34, $3,500. Jens J. Opsahl and wife to Peter Bahr, Section 1-146-33. Bed Lake Townsite & Mercantile Company to William C. Anderson, Tuposk $100. Guy P. Stevens and wife, to Mary Ti. C. ^undgren, Second* addition, Tenstrike, $1,500. Carrie Shannon and husband to J. "W. Johnson, 1st addition to Bemidji, 35,000 Turn Out Miles of Stamps. The 40,000,000 postage stamps made, counted and packed for shipment, each day in the factory of the United i States bureau of printing and engrav mg would make a stamp chata long enough to cover more than 700 miles. V* A BUSINESS MAN DIED THE OTHER DAY MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY Bridge Work Gold Crowns White Crown. OPPOSITE CITY HALL ff to to PROBATE PROCEEDINGS. Wednesday, March 10: Estate of John P. Hall, deceased, Hearing on claims. No claims filed. Friday, March 3 J: Estate of Astak H. Aakus, deceased. "Hearing on Claims. No claims filed. Estate of S. P. Peterson, deceased. TIeaTing on claims. No claims filed. Saturday, March 13: rJ Estate of Edward A Arnold, de ceased, petition for license to sell. Order for hearing issued to be sold on April 12 Monday, March 15- Estate of Herman Johnson, deceas ed, hearing on petition for license to jsell. Order of license issued. Estate of August W. Nordquist, de ceased, petition for nearing on final account and distribution thereof, hearing to be held on April 12. In the matter of the estate jot Ger ald and Florence Munroe, minors, pe tition for guardianship filed Order tor bond issued In the matter of the estate of El -nora Idella Vail, minor, petition for guardianship filed Tuesday, March 16: Estate of Eugene Leteurneau, de ceased, hearing on petition for admin istration. Four remonstrances filed against the request of petitioner AT THESE REASONABLE PRICES, NO ONE CAN AFFORD TO NEGLECTTHEIR TEETH Pure Oxygen Nitrous Oxide JIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!III We take impression in EXtr&Ct.llg 50C the morning and have your set of teeth ready the same day, rfiiiiifiiiifiiitiiiifitiiiiimiiiiiii? _L. CW(3HH**sJ-'-3 0pcafro8 00,ai.to8p.m.- Sday*,10toi WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 17, 1920 THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER POULTRY IN PUREBRED CLASS Entry of Peafowls Received From South Dakota Farmer Also Turkeys, Ducks and Geese. The first peafowls have been en tered in the "Better SiresBetter Stock" crusade of the agricultural colleges, the United States depart ment of agriculture, and co-operating agencies. The" entry comes from Butte county. S. D and the owner is J. L. Jones. He is using purebred sires in breeding horses, cattle, swine and poultry. Among his poultry he records a peacock and two peahens, also a liberal number of turkeys, geese and ducks. The campaign al ready is giving valuable facts and fig ures regarding the classes of live stock most commonly kept together OD farms. NEEDED EXERCISE BY FOWLS Hens Can Be Kept Busy by Scatter. Ing Grain in Litter on Dry and Clean Eloor. Be sure that the floor of the hen house is dry and reasonably clean and covered with three or four inches of clean Utter in which grain can be. scattered so that the fowls can oh-p tain exercise scratching for it. IMPROVE FERTILITY OF SOIL Farm Can' Be Made to Yield More and Products Will Be of Better Marketing Quality. Ways and means should be devised to improve the fertility of the soli so the farm will yield more and products of better marketing quality. It can done and it will pay in the long run. FOR RHEUMATISM Musterole Lessens Up- Those Stiff Jomls-MDrjves Out Pain YouT know why thousands use Musterole once yon experience the pjad relief it gives. Get a, jar at once from the nearest drug store. It is a dean, white oint ment, made with the oil of mustard. Better than a mustardplaster and does not blister. Brings eafe and comfort while it is being rubbed on! MusteroleJs recommended by r*y doctorsand nurses. Millionsorj^g used annuallyforbronchitis, crous neck, asthma, neuralgia, pleurisy,!1 matism,lumbago,painsandacheso back or joints, sprains, sore mus bruises, chilblains, frosted feet col thechesft ruises chilblains frosted feet co ,t K. He left his wife much insurance houses and land and an old tintype picture of himself made twenty years ago. rfAKKERUP STUDIO -L. OENTAL CORNER DO NOT DELAY YOUR DENTAL $500 I ALL WORK GUARANTEED UNION DENTISTS BEMIDJI SCHROEDER BUILDING --^JWMI t .._.__ AIMS 01 1 PUT CREAM IN NOSE AND STOP CATARRH Tells How To Open Clogged Nos trils and End Head-Colds. You feel fine in a few moments. Your cold in head or catarrh will be gone. Your clogged nostrils will open.f The air passages of your head will clear and you can breathe freely. No m|r dullness, headache no hawk ing, snuffling, mucous discharges or dryness no struggling for breath at night. Tell your druggist you want a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm. Apply a little of this fragrant, anti septic cream in your nostrils, let it penetrate through every air passage of the head soothe and heal the swol len, inflamed mucous membrane, and relief comes instantly. It is just what every cold and catarrh sufferer needs. Don't stay stuffed-up and miserable. BEnER THAN CALOMEL Thousands Have Discovered Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Are a HarmlessSubstitute Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are the result of Dr. Edwards' determination not to treat liver and bowel complaints with calomel. For 17 years he used these tablets (a vegetable compound mixed with olive Oil) in his private practice with great success. They do all the good that calomel does but have no bad after effects. No pains, no griping, no injury to the gums or danger from acid foodsyet they stimulate the liver and bowels. Take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets when you feel "logy" and "heavy." Note how they clear clouded brain and perk up the spirits. 10c and25c a box. fcxtc fin^.3' Startta^LightiigL .ay id "x i'oe"Service 4utombileg 3N'T neglect your 1 Starthv* and light ing ?atf *ke other vital pai^ tr car, it requires ativ on. We will inspect your bat tery free of charge we will repair it a a reasonable cost if ou need a new battery, we will sell you the bestan "fixtoe." "There's an 'Exfte' Bat tery for every car." Miller's Battery Shop 219 Fourth St. Consult Ypricesfortyoure JOHN OSBORN For relief for the after af fects of the flu and other ailments. VAPOR BATHS Have proved to be a great benefit to many people. Shower and tub baths as well. Barber shop in con nection. 212 Minnesota Avenue OU don' hav to pay the present high jams,jellies and preserves nor thebigh price for store candy. Use Karothe Great American Sweet for every puroose. Karo is another word for economy. Many women have learned that Blue Label Karo is not only a delicious spread for pancakes, out will sweeten their food at much less cost than sugar, and make the most wholesome Home-made Candy. Stewed fruits, candied sweet potatoes, brown bread, muffins, coffee cake, pudding hundreds of foods are now prepared by the best cooks with Karo. NOTE: Your grocer is selling Blue Label Karo by the dozen cansthe best and cheapest way to buy it. Ask him the price. CORN PRODUCTS REFINING COMPANY 17 Battery Place New York s" s'wX'W 1 i j PRIZE WINNING WHITE LEGHORNS The type of hen shown here is not only the most beautiful for ex hibition, but also will make good her title, "The Business Hen of America." EGGS -FOR SALE Per Setting of Fifteen Eggs, $3.00 Per Hundred $12.00 These eggs are fresh from prize winners. J. E. PATTERSON Route 3, Bemidji Phone 26-F-4 TpHE Chevrolet "Four-Ninety" Touring Car possesses all the necessary qualifications and ability to satisfy those who, although de- siring to spend a limited amount of money for a car, wish to possess an automobile having sufficient power and all round capabilities to do all that can be expected of any motor car. MOTOR INN Bemidji Minnesota Prices have advanced on the Chevrolet taking effect March 1. But we have a few on hand that we are going to sell at the old price while they last. V^WOTST 'T yi v| i PAGE THREE 1 .=4 fSyffifcfeB'