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WEDNESDAY'S BASEBALL
,1$ American Association.
Kansas City at Toledo
St. Paul 9 at Louisville 1.,i.
-/Minneapolis 2-0, at Columbus 0^7:
'f,MHwa|}ke 7, at Indianapolis 4.*
American Leurue.
(Boston 0, at Cleveland 8.
Philadelphia 0, at Chicago *,*$
Ne York 0, at St,
Louist
1.
^Washingto at Detroi l.f
i National Leasue. g$
$t. Louis 5,rftJfew.York
Pittsburgh 6, at Philadelphia 3,
Chicago 4-8, at Boeton 8-2.
Cincinnati 0 at Brooklyn 9.
BBBEE TEAS OLD PACER
LOWERS WORLD'S RECORD
^ColumibuSKj.Ohio, July 29.One
World's record was reduced here yes
^^terdy when Rifle Grenade, the cham-
ffv^fplbn.aethree-year-old
1 pacing gelding,
|,-,^whll winning the American Associ
nation trotting horse breeders' purse
?of $2,500 for three-year-old's, paced
.the second heat in 2:0.4 lowering
^his world's record a second and a
half. He was a prohibitive favorite
and barred in the betting.
MISSOURI GUNNER
WINS TRAP EVENT
Mason City, Iowa, July 29.T. M.
Ellers of Slater, Mo., won the Mason*
City .introductory, the only event on
Tuesday's program at the Great
'Lakes zone trapshooting handicap
tournament, defeating E. C. Wheeler
Indian shooter from Pawhuska,
Okla., 25 to 2$ in a 25-target shoot
off. Each nkw broken 198 out of a
possible 200 targets. -Guy Ward of
Alton, 111., led the professionals with
a score of 198. Ellers broke 115 con
secutive targets, for the high amateur
run. Harry Stair of Minneapolis had
vthe high run among the professionals
//with 116. '.s
._____ 3 f/i?s"
DEMPSEY TO MEET
MISKE LABOR DAY
Chicago, July 29.Jack Dempsey,
.heavyweight champion of the world,
.and Billy Miske, St. Paul, who were
I' ^matched late Tuesday to box ten
S
round,s
Labor day at Benton Harbor,
-vMich. may fight to a decision, ac
sX
cording to Promoter Pitzsimmons last
'night. Whether the fight-will go to
a referee's decision, however, is con
tingent on Dempseyfs agreement
fitzgerald added. Fifty thousand
dollars has been guaranteed the
champion with a privilege-of a per-
:Z,A centage and Miske. will receive
twenty-five thousand dollars.
^/f SIGNS UNDERHAND
i% PITCHERhFOR 192
'fr.Cf-1
%V2at* of Pitehe* Joe Jaeger, Manager
m^i Mitchell of the Chicago -National
tfk&su? hopes to bjyjrfhet only real under
hand pitcher jn
the-^
?mkmzmkm&mmm$m^i&^*ka.
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Chicago, July 29.Wit tae sign1
1*$ ?*Ht?jurg clubs pass
h,
fcC
lg,^ed out of t^e tank
AVIATORS LEAyE EUM0NT0N Sj?
AND FLY TO ROCKIES
fr^^J. Edmonton, Alberta, July 29.The
iw ~T United States army aviators en Toute
to Alaska left at 9:30 this morning
for Jasper, B. C, three hundredjMiles
northwest of- Edmonton.
TRUCE BETWEEN GOVERNMENT
AND SINN FEINEBS
Dublin, July 29.Bearing out ru
mors that a truce had been declared
between the Sinn Fein and the Brit
ish government, Dublin Castle an
nounced that no outrages had 06c
curred anywhere in Ireland in the
lask.24 hours.
9HM
London, July 29.A virtual reign
of terror exists in Limerick, brought
about by attacks on police patrols
tkere.
ft-Lsl
National league
'j^neEfcvawujonV-5
There is not single underhand"
twirler in the league, that style of
mf.i\ pitching having (become extinct when
Erskinea Mayer, fprmerly of the Phil-
vy**
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ufactur
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BANDITS ROB COLORADO
BANK OF $16.000ESCAPE
ffc^-'* (By United Press)
Denver Col., July 29.TwccfblCttT
dits robbed the State Bank of Peytotf
BIndi?/?nthfru?ro^?^ Danaits tn tne surrounding counery
and the police in adjatfent^Wns haye
been advised. -r-.V tf"Tfl^*r%a*^ 5 A
3HEYIKI OFFENSIVE ,_^,
KSW SLOWIHGTOGREATLY
London, July 29,The Bolsheviki
Offensive' against Polahd is slowing
^^tjfldwn, Lloyd Georgew announced in
England today.
gm
J^.V Warsaw/"'July
2j.Ther
$,*"
was
heavy fighting (between Poles and
f^. .Bolsheviki along whole front yester-
numerous at- vii^day. ^Polea.^epulsed
VESSEL AFIRE OFF. JERSEY
THOUGHT,TO BE XEHUXU
i New York, July 28.A veslel W
l^podted,afire off the-Jersey coast was
Jt'belie.ved^ todayto haveaboardthe
"^hukji wtit
heen Ke-
people Noth
ing has been heard irom the vessel.
BUSINESS OF GET RICH QUICK
tTAUAN TO BE INVESTIGATED
Boston,yJuly
fdger
29.Governor Cool-
toda ordered an investigation
into*the business of Charles Ponze*,
Italian, reported to have made mil
lions recently dealing in
Interna'
tional postal
reply "-coupons/ The
posioftice department today announc-
11&B& a .revision 'of exchange rates'
rgjpwhlch prevent further high .profits.
Jr.%* *iS
Mr*- Loretta Campbell move4
Thursday to. camp north of Nebith
where her husband is working far
the lumber -cAmpanyi ^Kt\ ^v
Tony Stephani and Raymond Me
Culfcey went to North Dakota Eriday,
to work in the harvest fields.
Gbra WaUon^who has been in the
hospital for aome tim^
oma-thi weekV-5
Norman Gardner's hand, which he
hurt in -a saw, is getting atony as
wel as can her expected.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gardne:
entertaining relaiives-from
Mr. and Mara, Chas. Coffl
children. Norma'and Bonnie
Elscie Bashor and Sam Randall ci
at the A. A. Randall home Sunday
evening.
Rev. Palmer and daughter, Esther,
took dinner .Sunday with Mrs. Wat
son and .family.
Dorothy Randall caUedLkt the Bye
home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs, Wm. ttradshaw from
Bathgate, N. D., who Kfcve been visit
ing at the Porter home, left Wed
nesday for their hornet
The ball game between Nebijh and
Pleasant Valley Sunday was quite in
teresting. The score was 6 to 13 in
favor of Pleasant Valley.
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Porter, sons
Howard and Ralph, and grand daugh
ters, Eileen, Thelma and Elma, ajso
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bradshaw attend
ed the excursion given by the Knights
of Columbus at Redby Sunday.
Howard Porter, Tom Randall,
Gorden Gardner and George Ed
wards spent Saturday night and Sun
day at home. All except George Ed
wards returned to camp Sunday even
ins*. ^i-afe** *3- i *3S ~t
iUBSCBIBE FOR THE
DAILY PIONEff
GRAIN AMD HA
Oats, bushel
Red Cloysr,,
Pttpoaru.i pounds
is exnectediWheat. hard
are guaranteed by the state of Minnesota. From raw
materialtofinishedproduct, tnese machines are mu
All important points1
^SfeUf!? |Penrt8ioii of ^toierakMsil
of operation, smoothness.of
P^fi^t
k* 7%ey esw modb right,
Th*y 9Pork right.
Thmymrmprietdright. ?i
such as tightness of draft, east
FTunning,gear
wearing qualities can be absolutely relied upon in the)
Minnesota Line of farm machinery. ^W\W^4--:^
fea^
The Minnesota Mower has many
give it superiority. Among them are*:
orf Widle-rVwerf Whmeh, Stroftgfy Built Frmmtp^
Four-pawidrivmochtid*. VrHcmtKft. :.V"',^:r--\
WiJ*-rangm tilting tmr.9 Automatic clutch uhilt.
Specialoiling ayttem on eroAJs ano/f and crenA pAw
All our dealers carry a liberal supply of repair parts. If you
l&tT^ have any difficulty in locating*dealer write direct to
Minnesot a Stat Priso
Stillwater,'Minii.
The Miimesota
MARKETSLOCAL AND FOREIGN
BEMIOJI CASH MARKET QUOTATIONS,
uhsl 1 I 2*. .11,10-f1.36 1
ver medium. lb.^./fv... .240
8c-10e
.12.10-12:30
Cabbage, ewt. .^MI.'.^WMI
(htons "try*,wt. [Cow hides, No. I lb.
ans. wtr v,
,i'1fe.ffi.-.,, 00-f.?!-
tertat.. *t
iggsl fresh, dosatt ^v BSito....,Sc
MEATS
afttfUflW
sfc
'IT
f*
Uc
Tkt followiBg ptfete were *ein p14 at ?*UIwater,
it tfot of going to pciMf of today Plonoir^*^Wf!
GRAIN AND HAT
Wheat, No 1...
Wheat, No. 2
Wheat, No. S
HB6-|2.s
LfMS.56
Oato... ii^ .f.4c-9
Barley .4^....i^JC'i.,ti.l0-fl.
Rye &i\i\ ':-.:...IJL.M^IJOO
VEGaTTABLW
Beans, hand picked^navy, ewt..96.60
Potatoes, per, ewt 95.60
Beans, wown, ewt.
.,,.\v#|.'i.l*4.5o
Eggs, par dosen wS^'
N$
iiv^4t
MINNESOTA MOWER GIVEN AWAT
,48
Butt^rtat i.....: s^%i,i.. v60c
No: clever, mixed.... .^M^fJs-00
Rye straw ^M2r:9l^
Corhv.
i ":^:"i\-9lfte-91.60 0
|f4othy^ay^ ^M**''
^f% MEATS &
Mutton, lb. jj,.v
Porl/*dressed $$ ^.f:. lc
Veal':. i w.. ^y*: 16e
BADLY PKMER WANT ADS BRDffi RESULTS
and Vg-
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w.
.fjiiuim. iaSr 'f tfdtffifA'
& i
if ."jJ(TSSq
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-^--r -fV
^rs Jtre proving
success, so manykrfe.being sold
:ftey have become ^q popular that people
found to have them ittkejr haye to steal thMfi
i T^ome party was liiraif^nough to steal a
butter bar from my ldt^f
machinery.^^l\p^
using a hew cutter bar* sai old mower?f
/'.N Noir Listen! ^An^^rmers*. club whOf
briifrgs-in this cutterbar, giving the informatioif
as to wjrere they found it,
orN will advise r&
where it is or will take meito it, may have the
balance of the mower ABSOLUTELY FREfer
Information wifi be kept confidential.
tt^on't wear out your horses and yourself
using an old mower when!you can get anew
Minnesota for $65.00. ^4**
Hay Rakes at $39,00.*
Mail Your Orders
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Hogs, lb... vv. U........ lse-ioo
Oreased beef, pemad.. .V.. ^lXe-Ue
Turkeys, live pound.-.,...40c-4ftc
Old Tome, live, pouad......Xlo-S0e
Qeeie, live, pound :v. .1IcSOe
and ever..
tuoau
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Horse hides, large, each r.. ,.ffrfTuS2Mu.?!^!^,^!*
wooi/hrtgh fa|a sLSS* K^liSrfe
Ottsue *UMMB#Q T SAM^M ^^W*i^CT
Lambs i A^r. 5fo ?V-jH
*v.vs. /^v*i.. 4*a Garlic, 1*.. JV
Peeking butter
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J4YB POULTR1
Turkey*, ribs, up,. .jjL*. rt .o.e
l*urkeys small and thin....At value
Geese, 12 lbs. and up, fat 16c
Ducks, fat .A.. .4.,'..,.
.Arrangements have been made
w)th George McKerrow, one of the
best sheep men of the northwest, to
represent the Minnesota wool selling
associations in Chicago. Mr. McKer
row is to do the work on a.strictly
cost basis at a charge of 910 tf day
for time actually spent in the work,
plus railroad expenses.
P. L. 'French, secretary of the Min
nesota Farm Bureau association in
notifying the wool selling associa
tions of the appointment of-Mr.-Mc-
Keirow, urges that all the associa
tions consign their wool before Au
gust 1, unless unavoidably delayed
by their inability to get cars
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Hens, heavy^ 4 lbs. and over.. .20o
Hens, 5 lbs. up, fat .,...20e
Dressed poultry, 8c pef pound, over
C^rhai*, No. l^T.^M'-^^i-*
BulUildes, No. Ii..,, .9
Kipps, No. 1 A^|'. 1.....:.. 20c
Calf skins, No. 1, lb. _...'. 20c
Deacons 76c
Tal|ow ...........i C fc Jfc i
Horse hides .x-..-...1 'J-.........96.00
Wool, bright 7 i
GEOROE McKERROW
^#0011 AGI
'^License to marry-wtt$ granted.i[hls
morning,' at the office^f the cterk of
district "court to. HiranliAlonzo Flan
der? and Nellie Xongtfboth, of ^u-
JUST RECEIVli
W^-i
while the
HO PRACTICE TOKIGJCT &^J|,
FOR REBEKAHDJBGREE TEAM
/On account of several members be-i
ing out of town and oilhere ibeing un
able to attend there wiHbe noprac- ,,.,_._
tice of- the, Rebekah Degree team to-- -J%s&
night... T*"-' JT***^r
F6^ Fall^ri%
NEW 1TQR CITY SftEAPQUARTH
SS E ourinif
PENNEY CO. A NAyiON^WID!
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Basil Hannah arrived
from Duluth to spend7
Itlth, releUvmi hfre..
ist evening
^ersl^ days
V 4
retun...
ing from Winnipeg,
tjie past tvf days on
yril Chapman has retiiWd to hie
home in ^ay. enjoy.able
visit and iaiter-sins i!i mother,
5
Mrs,
..lOc-lio Bull hides, No, 1, lb.
Kipp hides, No. ,1, lb. .'.14e
Calf Skins, No^ 1 lb .20c
Deacons,^eaeh ..,^.......i, II.VO
hoonTand one In'i
thtoincornwmmunttyl^Y],invitationl-dia..
Dlcaire,
Ihe"was ac-
^irBi, A
Mrsj.i0e5?.
Mto HatMd Hoff pf %alertowu,
8. D., who has-been theigues^bf the
Br W. Aldrich family for the past
two weeks, left' Wednesday for Du
Iftth, where .she .will, xi^tt ^rftk.rela?
tives.. Miss Hoff is connected w|th
the Glere-Johnson-jkoren-'Magee
clinic*of Watertowhy Sj jp^
Mr. and Mn. B. W. I Aldrich and
I family of this icfty, Mr.and Mrs. H,
C. Wood,Francis,Wood- jand Mlse
Halfred $ptt^ of WQJ&tfpwn B. D-,
were pleasantly enterUSied ^Tuesday
evening at^the home of !MT. and Mrs.
Mort Pendergast In Grsfc't Valley. A
sumptuous -dinner^was Berved^tq ten
guests at 7 o'clock, affpr which an
enjoyable evening wajMpent in vielt
ing, music and singing. J, The Pender
gasts'were yoted^by th|r v^sltqrsjtfi
be royal and hospitaMe entertain
WB.fZi3
Sja&ttf*
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Mr. and Mrs. Charle* -Greeley and
three sons.motored to their home at
Prairie du Chine, Wis.,1yesterday,:b^r.
way of Duluth and Superior, after
visiting for the past yieek at the P.
M. Dicalre home. Mr^^Dicaireand
Mrs. Greeley are Sistei^u^
thony's hospitals,-rw ,T_^w .__,_ j,
Rushia waa formerly Mise Maude Remtdjij with hto Jm^V this steni^i
Murray, whov'was emplpyod 4& ^zJj&i&^ygX r.
Northern National banl
family
^hr^
._._J^resjuOalr metlng.of the^.mpi
Mt^ Farmers' Qlub will be. held 04
Batarday,' July 81$ with Mrs. Charles
(weri
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i"' ItEAYIN^ FQR NSB^nmiiiuaw
I T. 6, Thompson, who for, the pa$U
fourTsars^Bies been superintendent of
the KeHih*-Jhoo1, andV&is -famffl/^l-j
spent ths Art to^emWfc ftfWrt^'
at the & R. JeJirfgomi: 'TBe/are|fe
^nroute td^TWef?%ef fWls/fromttf:
.where they will 40 to Badgetv JSiri-1
Tbqnqtsoh hhs aju^ted a pbsition aa^
aupei^ntendeat of echool there
wljUtake up hie n*w duties on Au
gust 1. He has rtiop^d hl honse-
&t>l goods to Baflfer,and.,wlil Iaare
entertained afe^a ittpv v
munity fareyell party.. ,PoUewifsf^
a very-interesting program, refrjah
meats were served. A substajitfalr l^x
gift was presented to Mr. ThamliBMir?^
by ^hosel Present .as. a, rememL
of \the good work done by him ittlle
in charge of the Kelllher schooil.
IC. G. Hankey. who-has been asststr^
ant county superintendent of schools
.for the past-year ane a half will fnc|.^'
deed Mr. Thompson at the Kelujher^
sehpol. He expects^to move W fam-~
ily there about feptem'beT. 1. hut will,,
fake, up hU new position o? the fret.
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quality of our
1 professional con-
duct matches the
up-^vdateness of
our eqnipment. We
serve -with an ex
perienced discra
tion. Ktik
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