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!'TWENTICTH CENTURr!
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REASON BKOUQH
Dear Twentieth. Centuryi A mm
tte* ber of people have,Jee asking, me
ft^'jin the last few days wEy the wres
Itling match was heW lit-' the new
armory and the dfepce iln^ old'
^armory. When Twth'atfalftsat, were Spon
sored by the same parties, -taiSL -I
thought you might be able to answer
that query for them.
Just Curious*.
We are not sure, but we heard a
fellow say that it wasdecided'
have -the dance ^nd, wrestftng match
In two separate places so that strang
ers in the olty Would know which
wias which.
Which,Was Which?
LOOKING FORWARD 1:
"Asi You Like K" says 'we donH
kfiow what's the .matter with the
world but how (about a little sul
phur and molasses?'
-Pine and (Brimstone^-:
FOR THE MARRIED.
The following idvertifeemeiit ap
peared in a Liverpool newspaper re
cently:
"Wanted^Manageress immediate
ly to 'take charge of catering dept.,
must he domine^ng...autocratic, and
absolutely fearless' of an arbitrary
et&fr.ia short, a perfect demon.
Rhos Golf Club, Rhos-on-Sea, North
Wales."
That's what we would1'
call making
it easy for the want ad department
to give the club what it wants.
Or ThlnkB It Wants.
WHAT DOBS SHE CARE
New York tterald: The modern
girl is a lowbrow, (verdict of the
libara-rjans In conrentUon,)^ The mod
ern gf!rl'c'bifuB3'lEfi^r'^l6t ot'criticlam
ThettbrarEris'nitd hec- brow too low,
just ris fjertafh iref^roere find her
waist ti)d'l!ow. Gtfiet%'ay:
The Beltrami .Elevator and Hilling
company is making it easier for the
".gentlemen burglars of Bemidjl" and
hus pubMshed a notice that np money
will be lefit In the- office over-night.
That ought lio save the boys a few
steps. "Aad They Might Get Caught"--
ainTEFROPEE.
"AB YOU Like It" says that he notea
in the program Itor^comtaf pusical
festival lhat 6he W file chofr num
bcrp Is "Come to Me, Genlle Sleep.'
(ttttaccompanled.)DiplomaEc-
it/* "^Aro
Luke McLuke say* he wonders
what! people fiid for underwiiar be
fore the magaa:n8 started carfyifffg
100 pages of advertising.
They Probably Did
Mlw11dH I
Ktmm
f^Now
M'J
M*^
her Skirt
is itoo high. Despite all this, the
modern man thinks the mod'arn girl
Is exactly right.
:-^-That's Bn*tolirain?-n~
MINNESOTA HAS THEM
A man by the name of George
Jobe, formerly of South Dakota, came
to Minnesota in search of "Hay flow
ers" and that he succeeded is evi
denced by Dhe fact that only yest
terday he wa ttnlted i roarriae to
Kathleen May PTqwera of Keillher.
Caa&Me,' ritt VDatfydll
When crkxttiiiar ft haey street, Wfc
,to your left, halt, .way. wxsm ,an*,.te-
your Tight the rest of the way, anid
you'll live longer.
Here's another WaiMag to pe|?-
riffins seen in a large city on the
Pacific *6at: if yon wahit flowers,
buy them. Don't finptse tCpbn your
friends.
They'll Look better To You :g)Iv4e
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ADDITIONAL WANT ADS
"irrri'""irriirrfr'F
FOR SALEPiano, good as new,
Ateo kitchen cupboard, cheap.
"Brand new garage for rent. Ini
qudre at 7,16 Bemidji avenue or
phone 428-J. 3td4-16
$& WANTED-Salesman, life insurance
lor one of the leading old land
ooawpaniee. Experience preferred.
m? Address with references to the
lliPioneef. ltd4-13
FOR SALEMotor boat house about
MM 20 feet long. Never been used.
p, ^See Mr. Ho^^Pd it WeberV-'cot
tae.. vti-^.^^^i-/^ 4-13tf
^NTBD^GI -w-mtm*
Jk'^ efl. 214-14
1% FOR SALE1920 mode?d Ruick roadr
O^ t
Psnt.
fit1'H
tire an motor in
^Jfirst class condition. Run 4,000
^l/^BiHes. AddreSB S. H. care Pioneer.
FOR SALEiEither my DdiAge Sedaa
i\ or Cadillac Eigh.t tourinc oaf.
*^-^lteve no use for two carthahd j/it*-
y^ijtttflo seU the. Cadillac. Both are
-*t good as new. H. C. Bai%uM4-18
liOSTA back ofr a stnaM "Hallmark
._. watch vrlth ftie Mtfatt B."
p7.o .'it. Reward offered to finder.
l Return to piice_Blo^dq. O, N-
T- hotel or 6th grade Central buitd
ing It4^13
FOR SAI-E-240 acres good land, fine
location.
160 farm, ,60 acres ptewed
::.v.-
cropacre 1 0 acres natural meadlow.for A
'^-flne farm, cneap.
go acres highly improved, 13,000,
easy'terms.
i -^6-Toom motfern hou:e, garage, fine
*4^1ocation. Wattt to move on farm.
is your chance for a good'
ojThame, cheap. Mfgbt consider some
**trade. E. 4. Willits, owner.
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FJDR SALEr7-atoolm house ahnoeft
new, located oh corner of Ith and
Park avenue. Liirhts, dty water
instalted. Will sell for $2,000.
/part cash, if, sold within a week
Phone 236, 3t4-15
~yj.
MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL
TU' -X&tfm R\DS ROA.D \S SOLVEOl
^UW^ER tWM 0\)ER .SVO)UK NWftH \X LAST
KWGUt M WttA 'M WS GM*L WJVU4EO Q^CV4
STB^UMS nwefrR."
growers are now getting1
HO-
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SET
MARKETS
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HIDES
Cow hides, No. 1 3c-4e
Bull hides, No. 1, lb......... .2c-3c
Kipp hides, No. 1, lb 4c
Calf skins, No. 1, lb Bc-6c
Deacons, each 40c-50o
Horse hides, large $1.50-?2
POTATOES
iCblpago, April 13^Potato receipts
31 cars. Market slightly stronger.
Northern whites, sacked and bulk,
90c to til hew Florida Spaulding
Rose, No. 1 98 to $8.25 No. 2, $6.75
to $7 .per bol.
BEMIDJI FARMERS'CLUB
HAS INTERESTING MEET
The Bemidji Towihtehip Farmers'
'C$ub...met at the Carr Lake school
building Saturday, April 9. The hoa
tessess on this occasion were Mrs.
W. H. Bojrer and Mm E.. E. Larsen,
who served a ditvner which was thor
oiighly enjoyad by all present. In the
matter of serving dinners, the ladies
of this club are in' a class by them
selvea,
Theip^Ograim, as usual, was very
iinEtructive and entertaining:. The
grade pnipi1st gave two Illustrated
icings, conducted by Mrs. A. P. Volk
man.
B. M. GHe, former high school ag
riculturist of the Bemidji schools,
gave a very Interesting talk on agri
cultural activities In,the state and
the imuOTtance of malntainiog state
aid for industrial work in the schools'.
H. A. Pfltighoeft gave an instruc
tive talk oh tfi keeping of pure bred
pxw^try 'that the far-m.
Th pr^|f*ara
byf
ease*
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Hit
the
icf a ptenoWastclosed due by two the
teachers of the school.. (Bglnniai
next mianai, this Fatmers' ctab twill
ipieet oni the llrWt Saturday of every
mfonth, instead of the second as
flormerly. The reasoni for the chamge
la due to the fact that so many of
the clubs at present meet on tlie same
day^ making It impossible for the
county agent and oWefs who wottld
like to attend, to fill, speaking en
gagements at all1
'th clubs.
AMEKICJAN ASSOCfATlON
RACE MIGHT BE CLOSE
(Continued Prom Page 1)
Joiner, flret baseman. Del Is to lpl'&y
ttye outfleld this year, arid first is'to
be played by big Hauser, whQ wal
lowed around in the right garden
last season.
Clarence Rowland has niade a num-
ber,6f changes in the Columbus Sena
tors, but it'is difficult to make a
prediction about the dub. The same
is true of Kansas City's tall-enders of
1020 which look stronger at the start
than laBt year. The return of Coch
rane to third base will steady the
infieldi Beads Becker, the hard hit
ting fly chaser who has been sus
pended for playing independent ball
last summer, would have made a big1
difference 1n the club.
Right now the association looks like
a mighty well balanced league. 'All
clubs had igbod training weather in
the south andl are in good condition
for the early part of the race.
The country is practically
next fall for northern seed Triumphs Will be strong and the supply
short.
We have for sale a limited amount of the very choicest seed Tri-
umphs. This stock has been hill selected for over 20 years and has
yielded locally for the past three years over 800 bushels per acre. We
have purposely reserved this seed for local planting and we shall want
to buy the crop' it produces.
CtflAe in ami See UsWrite or Phonef
BURKE BROTHERSCLeary-Bowser Bldg.
MAKE IT SAFE WITH A NfcW YORK POLICY
WITCHELL 3
*rlEW YORK LIFE MAN
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DEBS
The iParmeTS* Co-operative cream
ery at Nevihg has now eltarted
run. Their cream wagons1
r5Ls.ss
THE PIONEER WANT ADS
BRING RESULTS
30c to $3XK ike*".
For Your Furniture
For Your Floors
POTATO GROWTERS
Plant Triumph* Thi* Year
cleanedrup
$UO, $1.75 *ndf$2.0Otes
this variety,
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theesouthern big prices fo thein new crc-aah th demand
ow
That it would not be as easy for your widow to "pay
off your mortgage? Most men are often making deals
that will be profitable when completed, BUT a big loss
if death overtakes them in the midst of their plans.
*t!E BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
oeFP ^^An.
take creato
onoe a week until warm, weather
sets in and then they will Haul twice
a week.
t*UMK
SANS mv
i ftsfj-vs* :5rsr^rty
the cream of hi district as far as
the North Fork school house, Carl
Winger taking it on from there.
Theodore Peterson -hauls the Debs
route. More teams will be put to
haullnig as the amount of cream in
creases, which it generally does in
May and June. Farmers should pat
ronize their home creamery.
Clarence Nelson was a Cleanbrook
visitor Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thorland and Miss
Jacobson were Sunday vlento'rs (at
Syver Pederson'e.
The stork has been quite busy here
lately. He brought a big baby boy
to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Elliott April 4, and another baby .boy
to the home of lit. and Mrs-. Math
Berg, April 7.
Mra iC. W. Woodford has been
confined to her bed with a siiglht
attack of pneumonia.
Mrs. William Clausen was called
to the (home-of her parents at Clear
brfrwk by the serious illness of her
mother, who died Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Jallen spent
Supday at fhe home of- Mr. and Mrs.
Math Berg.
A large crowd from here attended
the auction sale at Rollie Park's lb
the towii of Sinclair. They report
the sale a grand success.
The Charles saw mill on the Sandy
river resumed operations the "Other
day in older to finish some logs that
were left over from last fall.
MT. and Mrs. Carl Tlrulin were
Aure Visitors last TthuYsday.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wenner
strotn have left for Canada, where
they will make their future home.
SNMVS S
KAEDAL aOE to A &B& V4W O feOOGWT A
CREA)A ^SPAQAtOR FBOKA A fAA\l CWeR
WOOSE, tCUL \MWEK4TYV KAAftmkiE BROVCE
DONWkl, W FEVJUBR NU SOU^ ^ECUZ.
JEFF DtpKfc' MAVJE REPAWNS VOU. vr I
LEQ0N HAS NEW HEAD
ffl SERVICE DIVISIONms&ment
Indianapolis, Ind., April 13.A
sailor, a traffic cop, a first sergeant,
an assistant provos marshal and a
patient in.
arm,Et
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eutts^.
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hospitals for almost
Legion's national service division,
knows service when he sees it.
Mr. Haan gained-the rank of cap
tain-, on 'the battlefield1
and was se
verely wounded while in action with
the 32nd Division. While in Walter
Reed ospital he-studied .the plana
the government had made for the
wounded, and upon,his discharge^last
fall, was made .a special' representa
Wve of the Bureau of War Risk In
surance, i
In army and navy camps, he was'
instrumental In causing-the reinstate
ment or conversion of $5,000,000 in'
War Risk Iitthlratfce. After obtain-j
ing $300,000 iw community war
funds' for the relief of Michigan disr,
able* veterans, he made a study of
the Michigan state prison-and insane
asylum to see now ex-eervice mem
fared. The result of 'Ms investiga
tion was tlhe .parole of 140 men with
the American Legion vouching for
them.
Mr. Haan. served four years on the
U. S. 'S. Idaho, being discharged as a
qXtartertnaster, second class, lie was
first sergeant of Michigan infantry
on the Mexican border, a traffic cop
in iGrand Rapids, Mich., and before
entering the lines, an assstant pro
vost marshal at St. Nazaire, France.
He is 2-8 years old.
Cilg*ry, Aatat-^A" scheme of im
portant proportions 4n con-nect&on
with the (Western Canadian eattle In
dustry under consideration by the ex
ecutive, At the Ujgted'^rraera f Al
berta, 'has for its-object the shipment
of Canadian meat to^-Europe in a
ohiHiIed state. EhattHve iavestt
gaition of the project 'has been made
F. O. B. Detroit
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lLEAVV4G*X WAU.AFTeR.-m' BA^WET^AVV.
GAUE VAST WIGHT, AVJD SAVO VT NMAS R\GW
^E??tFViL A^FTER tW OUG*\ $A*K\
by an appointed committee who have
decided favorably upon its practica
bility. The scheme entails the estao
of killing and chilling sta
tions, and a fast system of transpor
tation in specially constructed cars.
Utt addition, storage facilities will
have to be secured' in Great Britain
order 'that meat may be placed
oa the market in .proper condition
when required.
KOORS
ICE CREAM
SUPREME
Ends the Quest for the Best
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^TJTSmERS" CLUB MEETS 4*'"
Mrs. Grace Thacker amd Miss Em
ma Grant were 'hostesses to the "Out
siders" club last eveniing. An- enjoy-
able time is repented.
Subscribe tor The Dally Pioneer
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The jric of the FORDSON tractor is $625.00, F. O. B. fietrott', and
only $681.00 la|d down here at Bemidji, or delivered on your farm
'"^within our territorial lines. The nearest competitor ,ia not within
'"$400.00 or $500.00 of the Fordson price, and in the Fordson you g^fra
practical, dust-proof, all-around tool that is in a class by itself. V-'
Power farming spells SUCCESS for the farmer. ''-I&BDlf^Dltos'fhe big-
sgeat portion of the cost on the farm today, so cut your labor cost with a
TORDSON tractor. The smaller the farm the more need you have for
a Fordson Tractor. The flies don't bother it it can work all day, and
all night if necessary, as it never gets tired, nor does itget sick and die.
When you pull the little switch otf it stops eating, in other Words, your
cost of operation is only when it is actually making you money, and is no
expense when you are not using it.
When you buy a Fordson Tractor you buy a real Tractor *wifch
Tractor service back of it.*
Don't Delay in Ordering Your Fordson
The Demaud Is Greater Than the Supply
W. JEWETT CO.
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