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WfiSDAY EVENING, MAY 11, 1920
BAPTISTS FOLLY
ORGANIZED! WILL
RAISE BIG FUND
Notable Men in 34 States Lead
Churches in $100,000,000
Drive.
IS TEST OF DENOMINATION.
New World Movement Gains Momen-
tumWhere the Money
Will Go.
By LUPTON WILKINSON.
The eyes of the Protestants every
where will be directed toward Nortb
ern Baptists between Sunday, April 25,
and Sunday, May 2.
The 10,666 churches constituting the
Northern Baptist Conventionnoted
Jar Independence of actioshave fit
ted themselves with Iron-clad unity
late a temporary but none the less
powerful machine. On May 2 the ma
chine will cease .to exist, bat In the
meantime It is expected to have raised
the!. Imposing sum of $100,000,000.
Leaders say. that probably neVer be
fore have the laymen and laywomen of
a denomination put their shoulders
snore completely to the wheel in a re
ligious undertaking. In each of 34
states some, man of marked ability has
given his entire time for the past two
Months to the building of a campaign
Organization that reaches into every
local church. The state, directors in
clude such jaen asf.ex-OoTernor Bun
yen of New Jersey, Smith 6. Young,
financier, of Lansing, Mich. ex-Gov
ernor William W. Stlckney of Vermont
aad Dr. John W. Bally, president of
Colorado Women's College, Denver.
The lay organization extends down
late each of 10,666 churches. D. a
rail of Sioux City, Ia^ president of
As Northern Baptist Convention, sum
net up its challenge as follows:
"Those thousands of Baptists who
learned the discipline and efficiency of
planned campaigning whilejther wete
erring their country during the war
can now apply that knowledge in the
performance of the greatest task the
Baptist denomination'\has ever faced
as a unit Thousands of others can
ring their talents for use In a drive
that will combine modernity of method
with deep spiritual realization of a
world in need.
"Surely it can be said with all rever
ence that no greater crisis has con
ftonted evangelical Christians since
those early days when, after the
Ascension, a band of determined men
at out on the initial effort to make
faith In the Master worldwide."
The great momentum which the New
World Movement of Northern Baptists
has achieved is due to many men, bat
to those in touch with its progress two
names stand oft
Dr. John T. Altchlson, director of
the General Board of Promotion of the
northern Baptist Convention, a nun of
aausual personal magnetism and win
ning character, has set the Important
campaign conferences on fire in every
action of the country. Standing shoul
der to shoulder with him is Dr. Frank
W. Padelford, head of the Baptist
Board of Education. Charged with the
administration of 68 schools and col
lages, Dr. Padelford nevertheless found
time to write the survey on which the
approaching campaign is based and is
aiding heavily la the actual drive
"The task before us," Dr. Altchlson
aid In a recent interview, "will stand
or fall by one test Are our people
strong enough In their faith and vision
to forget the measurements of
eiristlagiving?sold
urch If they will realise the
crisi which exists, If they
will hear the call of the whole world
for help, and for the supreme soul-help
of the Man of Galilee, there can be no
possibility of holding back."
The proposed $100,000,000 fund win
be used for the expansion of forty Bap
tist schools and colleges In the United
States the enlargement of missionary
activities in all foreign fields of the de
nomination Christian Americanlsa
tton work among "new citizens" in the
United States an adequate pension
lag fund for missionaries and minis
ters and kindred purposes. Approxi
mately three-fourths of the money will
he spent In this country.
Subscribe for the Pioneer.
a-s
Every loyal citizen is glad to do
his bit for the general good of ear
community. What service does
your equipment, knowledge aad
experience fit yon to give us?
'You in Your Little Corner,
and I in Mine
I am trying to aid in circulation
of pictures of our community and
section to ghre us publicity.
A. A. RICHARDSON
Photographer
Bish Portrait Studio, 2f 10th St
Quality portraits at popatar
prices. Quality kodak fiaisfcang
developing 10c prints only 8c, *e
aad 6c
DRY CLEANING
Clothe* Olsft&ers for Wan, Womil
and ChlMxea
8 A. KOLBE
GROCERIES
The Best That Money
Can Buy
Corner Eleventh and Doud
Phone 657
Consult
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. 214 Minnesota Ave., Bemidji
HUFFMAN & 01EARY
FURNITURE AND
UNDERTAKING
H. N M'KEE, Funeral
Director
PHONE |8- or
THE
BEMIDJI AUTO
LIVERY
Day. and Night Service.
Country Trips a
Specialty
150EHOH1 50
Service Our Motto
Office Markham Hotel
Building
LinafianftRunyaii
Proprietors
YQU
will always find
WARD BROS.
AUTO LIVERY
at your serviceday or
night
PHON E yyi
Cars for all kinds of]
weather or country trips.
218 Beltrami Avenue
THAT'S NEWSPHONE IT
IP ANY ONE
Died. Eloped, Married, Embezzled,
Left town.
Had a fire,
Had a baby,
Had a party.
Sold a farm.
Has been HI,
Got divorced,
Same to town,
Had an operation.
Committed murder.
Has been arrested,
Has bought a home,
Had an auto smash,
Fell from an airplane.
Had any unusual thing happen,
THAT'S NEWS
Phones 822 or 928
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DOCTORS
DRS. JOHNSON A BORRESON
Physicians and Surgeons
Banoidji, Minn.
A.. V. OARLOCK, M. D.
EyeEarNcuThroat
Glasses nttod
sjraciaanMf
OR. E. H. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon
Office Security Bank Block
DRS. GILMORE A McCANN
Physicians and Surgeons
Office Miles Block
DR. H. A. NORTHROP
OSTEOPATHIC pxnrsioxajr
A3TS ST/MSO*
rtert?o Block Office Phono HI
C. R. SANBORN. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office: Miles Block
House *'hone 44*-Office Phone ft
DR. A. DANNENBERG
Chiropractor
Hours10 to 12 a. m. 1:30 to
5. Other hours by appointment.
Pboae 401-W Calls Made
1st National Bank Blag. Bemidji
DR. E. A. SHANNON, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Mayo Block
Phone 396 .Be*. Pboae 997
DR. L. A. WARD
Physician aad Surgeon
Bemidji.
Drs. Marcum & McAdory
Physicians aad Surgeons
Barker Block, Third 8t.
Hours11-12 a, m., 2-6 p.m.
PhonesOffice 80J. Res. ttt
DENTISTS
DR. J. W. DIEDRICH
OfficeOlieary-Bowser Bids.
PhonesOffice 378-W. Res. 876-B
DR. a M. PALMER
Dentist and Orthodontist
Barker Building
Bemidji, Minn.
DR. H. A HASS
DENTIST
OSTIM Over Boardnaa's
Store.
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THL BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
ional, Business and Classified Departments. Use ThemRead Them
Drag
Phone 447
VETERINARIANS
J. WARNINGER
itBnrT WOM9MOM
Office and Hospital I doors west
of Troapmaira. Phone No. SOS
8re Street and Irvine Ave.
Dr. W. K. DenlsonDr. D. R. Burgee*
tost a BT/Boasa
Phones: Offioe s-R Has. It
Bemldll, Mian.
BUSINESS
FIRE INSURANCE
REAL ESTATE
REYNOLDS & WINTER
212 Beltrami Avenue
Pboae 144
D. H. FISK, Attorney at Law
Office, Northern National Bank Bldg.
Phone 1st. Collections a specialty
E. M. SATHRE
Buys Small Houses for cash
and sells them on small
monthly payments
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WANTED
WANTEDScrub woman at Third
Street Cafe. 6-6tf
WANTEDRow boat in good condi
tion. J. P. Lahr. 3d5-13
HELP WANTED--MALE_
"one^Tauy fn F3~.5G PER DAY pa:
each town to distribute free circa
lars for Economy Non-Alcoholic
tiavoring. Permanent position. F.
E. Barr Co., Chicago. U5-7
WANTEDGood strong boy, 16
years or over to learn printing
business. Unless you want to learn
the business do not apply. Call at
Pioneer office. Inquire for fore
man. 4d6-11
HELP WANTEDFEMALE
wANTDiP^T?r^rWK*rrnoisir'
2d5-11
WANTEDQirl for general house
work. Call at 314 Fourth St.
2t6-ll
WANTEDGirl for general house
wark. Phone 600 or call 204 Ir
vin avenue. 4t6rl3
WANTEDGirl for general house
work. Inquire 703 Bemidji ave.
Phone 433. !bli!H
FOR SALEFARM
PROPERTY
FOR SALESb acre lots, house and
lot also 40 and 80 acres. Mathew
Larson, Nymore, Minn. 2 mon 5-24
FOR SALE)28:02 acres in section
22, town 146, range 33 on Roose
velt St., Nymore, Minn. Also lots.
Christine S. Ridgeway.
10t5-14
FOR SALE40 acre farm, 12,000,
or |800 down and balance on easy
terms, or rent for 1100 a year, one
mile east of mill No. 2. Also one
milk cow, and about 100 cedar
posts at a bargain. Ed. Acben
back, Rte No. 4., Bemidji, Minn.
614-14
240 ACRES GOOD PASTUREfenc
ed, woven. Trout stream runs
thru it. Will take cattle, sheep and
horses by month or season. The
farm is for sale on good terms at
right price. E. J. WiUlts, the
landman. 6t5-16
FOR SALE80 acres of land, section
5-150-29, black loam, clay subsoil
as good as anywhere in the Red
River Valley, good high land, a
good meadow with tame hay. Will
sacrifice and give easy terms. Close
to towns. See or write Anfrin
Krogen, 719 Bemidji ave., Bemidji,
Minn. 18t5-18
F0&KKHT.
FOR RENTFurnished room, 915
Bemidji Ave. Phone 31-J. 4t5-14
FOR RENTThree furnished roomB.
Gentlemen preferred. Sixth and
Lake Boulevard. Phone 85. 3t5-ll
FOR SALE OR RENTFive room
house, furnished, or rooms for
housekeeping. Tel 161-J. 2t516
FOR RENTHandsomely furnished
rooms, all modern. Day, week or
month. New Kaplan bldg. 4-'-4tf
FOR RENTOne large front room
modern. Suitable for two gentle
men. 515 Bemidji ave. Phone
310. 5-10tf
FOR RENTHalf acre garden tracts,
plowed and dragged, with' use of
garden seeder and cultivator, 16.00.
Phone 818-W or see Fred A. Han
son. 2d53
AUTO DRAY LINE
For Prompt Dray
Service Phone
777
Auto Dray for All
Kinds of Work
Henry Marin, Prop.
Wagner's Livery
Office Kelliher Hotel
562PHONE562
Service Day and
Night
Reasonable Rates
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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 CENT a word,
and then only to those having open accounts on our books.
No ad taken for less than 15 cents.
WHEN OTHER METHODS FAIL TRY A PIONEER WANT ADVERTISEMENT
FOR SALECITY PROPERTY
FOR ANY kind of real estate deal, ses
or write E. J. Willits. 218 B.l.raml
Ave. Phone 41. 1213U
FOR SALETwo 25-ft. lots, small
house and wood shed, well. In
quire at 0. E. ErlcKson'8 store.
6t5-15
SUMMER RESORT Properties for
SaleCottage, 3 rooms and screen
ed porch, 50 ft. lot on Lake Be
midji.
Cottage, 3 rooms and screened,
porch, 200 ft. lot on Lake Bemidji.
Lake shore lots at Lavlnla, Oak
dale Park, Pine Beach Park. 75
acres on Marquette lake. 51 acres
on Turtle .Lake, and 20 acres on
Three Island lake
-Reynolds $ Winter. 6t5-14
LOTS OF HOUSESLet me sell you
one.
4-room house, good location, 1100
cash and 926 per month. No in
terest. Vacant can deliver now.
-7-rooui house (good one) 3 lots
near High school, 714 America,
19,000.
-6-room and bath, dandy home. Oar
age and modern chicken house,
close to school and churches and
business center. None better.
8-room house, all modern. Lake
Shore. Up-to-date home. Qood
garage.
7-room modern house. Good gar
age, Lakeshore home.
5-room modern home on paved
street improvements all paid for.
4-room homes on very easy terms.
8-room house, two 50-ft lots, fine
location, only $ 1,650.
4-room house, acre lot, 9650.
4-room house, modern, except heat,
ftne lot with garage, 92,000.
9-room, all modern house and 5-
room house on 60 ft. corner lot.
Beautiful cony home.
5-room, all modern bouse, with
garage attached on paved street.
6-room house, modern except heat,
acre lot, only 98,150.
-4-room house and 8 room house on
50-ft lot, down town, 1,600.
9-room house, fall basement a
good rooming house, 98,000.
6-room and bath, all modern, up
to-date home. 94,200.
5-room houBe (dandy home down
town) for short time, 92,600.
4-room house, next lot, 92,000.
Good 9-room house, right down
town, rents for 930.00 per month,
only $3,175.
E. J. Willits, the Landman.
6t5-17
NYMORE PROPERTY lor sale4
room bungalow, basement and
heating plant, lot 75x140.
7-room house, concrete basement,
lot 300x300.
4-room bungalow, full concrete
basement, garage, woodshed and
chicken house, lot 125x140.
5-room house, 2 roomB finished,
60 ft. lot.
3-room house, 50 fi. lot monthly
payments.
4-room cottage, 100 ft. lot. Rey
nolds Winter. 616-14
CITY PROPERTY Far SaleNo.
1019 Park avenue, 7-room house,
small cellar, garage ft woodshed,
50 ft lot.
No. 903 Irvine avenue, 6-room
bouse, 50 ft. corner lot.
No. 913 Bemidji avenue, 6-room
house, 37 & ft. lot, not modern.
No. 623 Mississippi avenue, 7-
rooms and 'bath, hardwood floors,
garage and wood house, 100 ft.
corner lot.
No. 621 4th street, 7-rooms and
bath, large barn for livery or sales
modern, hot water heat, a fine
stable, 50 ft. corner lot.
No. 314 4th street, 7-room house,
home, 50 ft. corner, a choice loca
tion for public garage in the busi
ness district.
No. 1002 Beltrami avenue, a real
home, brick and stops, 10-rooms
strictly modern, 75 ft. corner lot.
No. 1002 Mississippi avenue, 12
room house, partly modern, 60 ft.
corner lot.
No. 1317 Irvine avenue 4 room
house and barn, lot 06x330.
No. 417 Irvin avenue 5 rooms and
bath, 60 ft. lot fenced with iron
fenee.
No. 423 Bemidji avenue, a nicely
located home facing Library park,
5 rooms and bath, 25 ft. corner
lot, street and avenue paved.
No. 211 Third street, business
property, building 26x60, full base
ment, heating plant. Reynolds &
Winter. 0t6-14
RAGS
Brine year eleam as*.
ton ngs~BOtattoos,tattds
or woolen, cloth tcooptsi,
Pioneer Office
LOST AND FOUm
LOSTTire on rim between Solway
and Bemidji. Finder please re
turn to Pioneer office. 3t5-12
LOSTBetween Bemidji and poor
farm, head light for Ford. Return
to Kelliher hotel for reward.
4d6-12
iFOUND^-iPair of glasses in case.
Owner may have same by calling
at Pioneer office and paying for
this adi. U5-11
LOST'Brown suitcase yesterday on
road out of Nymore. Contains wo
man's clothing. Finder please call
Mrs. Hartman, 547-W or 609-W.
2d5-ll
LOSTON Jefferson highway be
tween Bemidji and 14 mile corner,
one dark brown hat. Finder re
turn to Pioneer office. Reward.
2t5-ll
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-^-Alto horn. Phone 770-
W. 5tS-13
FOR SALEA Cadillac car in good
condition. Mrs. John Croon. Nic
ollet Hotel. 4t5-12
FOR SAxiElLaying hens. Paul
Brouillard. Inquire 407 Minneso
ta avenue. 3t5-12
FOR SALE3% cords of Birch
wood. 910 per cord. 711 Irvine
avenue. Phone 773. 3t5-13
FOR SALEStutz Bear-Cat, cheap,
if taken at once. Can be seen at
Remore hotel, from 5 to 8 p. m.
3t5-l2
FO RSALEOne farm wagon, and a
set of light sleds. Inquire ot H.
S. Foster, 101 Mississippi ave., Be
midji. 4-2f
FOR SALESeed potatoes, .Rural
New Yorkers and Burbanks. Mrs.
Anna Carter, Bemidji, Rte. No. 2.
Phone 27-F-12. 6t5-U
FOR SALEGood team mules and
harness, about 2,000 ft. of lumber
(new) typewriter. E. J. Willits,
The Landman. 6t5-17
FOR SALESee the Bemidji Sta
tionery store for rubber stamps,
fac simile signature stamps, no
tarial seals and corporation seals.
FOR SALES5-passenger Btudabass
er. Very nice car. 4 new puncture
proof tires. E. J. Willits, the Land
man. 6t5-17
FO RSALESetting eggs. Ringlet
Barred Rocks, Tompson strain di
rect. 9150 per setting of 15 or 98
per 100. Address Garrett Croak,
Tenetrike, Minn.
GOOD 5-passenger Oakland car, ele
gant running order. Will sell
cheap for cash or trade for land,
house and lot, or take lot as part
payment. It's a good one. E. J.
Willits, the Landman. 615-17
FOR REAL BARGAINS In real estate
and deals of all kinds, see T. Bau
dotte, manager of Northern Min
nesota Real Estate Exchange, 21C
Beltrami ave. Phone 68.
1 mon 5-23
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