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PALACE
MEAT MARKET
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
Beef Stew' 10c
Veal Stew 10c
Shoulder Beef Roast 15c
PHONE 200-201
EVERYBODY LIKES IT
Because it is pure and nourishingmade in flavors to
suit all tastes. When you want to enjoy something dif-
ferent, be sure to ask for
LANGDON'S
SANITARY ICE CREAM
To appreciate the sanitary conditions under which our
Ice Cream is manufactured, visit other plants then visit
ours.
Langdon Mfg. Company
CLIFFORD'S
SPECIAL
FOR THE WEEK
10-lbbox Macaroni 98c
5-lb sack of Pancake Flour 43c
5 lbs Gloss Starch
37c
5-lb can Baking Powder,.'.., 83c
5-lb pail Peanut Butter 75c
3 lbs Cocoa 47c
2 large jars Apple Butter 48c
Quart cans Pure Olive Oil $1.35
Gallon cans Douglas Oil $1.25
Half gallon cans Douglas Oil 65c
Dark Syrup, gallon cans 60c
Pie Peaches, in gallon cans 50c
PAINT! PAINT! PAINT!
Outside White, per gal $2.35
Colors, per gal $2.00
Kalsomine, white, in 5-lb pkg 53c
Kalsomine, in tints, 5-lb pkg 60c
Lime in quart cans for White Wash.. 10c
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MAN HE WAS LOOKING FOR
Old Goldstein Bigpurse Had Good Job
for Burglar Who Had Been
Boyhood Chum.
"Who'* there?"
This snnppy question shot forth
from the lips of Goldstein Bigpurse,
owner of oue of the finest oflWs near
the Mansion house.
"Only me." came the answer. nniJ
the burglar turned his lantern upon
himself at once and on each side of
him to show tltnt he Mas telling the
truth.
"You?" cried the nuiltl-mllllonaire
"You? Why, so it Is! YouBill
Bluffem, my school chum. my faith
ful companion In all ichooihodj
pranks. Great Scott! And fallen to
such depths:"
"Well!" ev lined Burglar B'll.
"If it ain't Gohlie. me old pal! I
know all about ou You're president
of one of the largest financial synd
icates In this country, and I ain't
nothin' but a common, ordinary bur
glar. Bno-hool If you let me go this
wunst, I promise never to let you
catch me again! Will yer?"
"Ha ha!" laughed the financier.
"Let you go? Well, I should say not
No! Never! For I'm going to make
ou a partner In the sklndlcate. For
years I ha\e been looking for a man
with the proper training."
So .sajing, the two pals embraced
each other fondly.Houston Post.
SNAGS IN LIFE'S CURRENT
Are Something That It Is the Part of
Wisdom for All of Us
to Avoid.
A young woman In a rage with her
fiance for some apparently inexcusable
o\ersight. exclaimed: "I never can for
give himnever!' Her grandmother,
sitting near, looked up from her knit
ting. "I felt the same way one day
nearly 50 years ago," she said quietly.
"Today I cannot recall what It was I
could not forgive, hut"the emptiness of
life that resulted is still in my mind.
Don't get hung up on a snag in the
stream, my dear. Snags alone are not
so dangerousit's the debris that
clings to them, that makes the trouble.
Pull yourself loose and go on."
In our judgment we must first get
rid of the eternal self we must learn
to look at the fault'Wholly In Its rela
tion to the person to whom it belongs,
not In its relation to ourselves. Non$
of us Is created perfect, and fewif
pnyattain perfection. The most we
can attain is a perfect understanding
of tins' fact, awl a self-control that will
enable us to ptfll loose from the snag
and go on with the main stream of the
life which in other respects is in har
mony with ours not stay hnng up, em
phasizing the snag and giving it more
weight than the stream itself. To lie
able to ignore is often the most sav
ing of grace.Anne Shannon Monroe
in Good Housekeeping.
Nation Without Language.
One of the strangest things to be
found among the nations of the world
is the fact that Switzerland has no
language of its own. The official lan
guages of Switzerland are French. Ital
ian and German, all three being rec
ognized as the "mother tongue" of the
majority of the inhabitants.
A majority of the people speak Ger
man, while the others use French and
Italian, \arying as a rule, according to
Fresh Vegetables
I Til nifflffllflWIIIlWlllp^
QUALITY GROCERY
1101 DOWD AVE.
We cater to trade that wants PHONE 657
and appdeciates real quality
in
Cold Meat Specialties
Choice Pork Loins
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fcwtt
Staple and Fancy Groceries
THE PHONE
Brings the store to youjust
tell us, what you want and
our selection of choice eatables will please you.
THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
The Merchant Who Advertises His Wares and Prices is Naturally a Fair DealerHe Has Nothing to Hide
TH E MARKE BASKET
The housewife will find this page a great help to her in deciding^
where and what-to order-SHOP FRO THI S PAG E AN CU YOU COS O LIVING
the proximity of the people "to*each
country whose tongue they speak.
Public documents and notices, are
printed In both the French and Ger
man languages.
In the Swiss national parliament the
members make their speeches either in
French or German, the members being
as familiar with one language as the
other.
Statements from the President of
Switzerland are furnished to the news
papers in both languages.
What Man Learns.
Another thing the thoughtful man
learns after a while as he blunders
nlonjr through this old vale of tears
and laughter, trjlng to do the best he
can under all the circumstances, is to
distinguish rather carefully between
the reformers who really mean it and
the ones who are doing it to make
Ihelr jobs InstOhio State Journal.
Enough, Anyway. xi
Ponald is the only boy in a large
family of girls. One day shortly after
the family had moved into a new
neighborhood an Interested neighbor
asked Donald how many sisters he
had. Without thought of being either
funny or impertinent, Donald replied,
promptly: "Oh, a whole house full."
First Tram*.
Street tramways drawn by horses
were Introduced into this country by
Mr. Tram, an American, from whom
they take their name. They were first
run at Birkenhead in 1860, and in Lon
don the following year.London Tit
Bits.
HEART'S
DELIGHT
ICE
WE DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE CITY
CREAM
SUPREME
IS ALWAYS THE SAME
RICH, DELICIOUS AND
SMOOTH
Ask for It at Your Dealer
A. PHELPS
PHONE 657
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GUERILLA WAfiFAREl
WEST VIRGINIA TODAY
(By tkiitea Press) ^A
Camp Sherman, Ohio, May 13.Or-
ders were received today from feder
al forces here to be prepared to go to
'Mingo county, West Virginia, to
quell guerilla warfare Major Gen
eral Reed, commander of the fifth
array corps area, notified Colonel
Hall to hold the 19th Infantry in
readiness.
(By United Press*
(Williamson, West, Va May 13.
Guerilla warfare continued along the
river here today. Fighting between
strikers, state police and the county
cheriff opened at dawn as it rained
tn Mertf.mac Springs, Rawk and Au
burn counties early today, according
to meager reports reaching here. One
man was dead and four wounded, ac
cording to latter advices. Wire
communications with the fighting
area have been cut since the battle
started and definite (information is
lacking
SUNSHINE SUNSHINE
GRINAGER'S
SUNSHINE
0R0cE
RY
Carry-a-BitSave-a-Bit
Sugar, 10-lb lots 85c
Butter, 3 lbs for $1.00
Sanitary Bakery Bread 12c
Peaches, 3 for _..$1.00
Apricots, 3 for $1.00
Bananas, special, lb.10c
Red Globd Onions, good
stock, well cured, lb 4c
Matches, 6 boxes in carton,
at 29c
Oranges, special, 2 doz 59c
Large extra fancy Grape
Fruit, 2 for 25c
Omar Rolled Oats, large
pkg 28c
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Toilet Soap, Swiss Rose,
Cocoa Castile,-White and
Bath Tablets, 6 bars (and
1 free) for 56c
Bacon, good sugar cured,
a lb 27c
Lard, pure, 10-lb
lots
$1.49
Graham Flour, 10-lb
*acks .52c
Rye Flour, 10-lb sacks..49c
Oleomargarine, 10-lb
lots $2.45
Rice, broken, 10-lb
lots- 49c
Rice, Jap Rose, 10-lb
lots 79c
Beans, fancy Mich., hand
picked, 10 lbs 65c
?ancy Patent Headlight
Flour, 98-lb sacks $4.95
Prunes, California Sweets.
a lb -9c
5-lb lots 45c
Thompson's Seedless
Raisins 27c
Fancy Winesap Apples,
lb 12%d
Sunshine Brand' Steel Cut
Coffee, special a pkg.. '.40c
Spur Coffee, in bulk,
10 lbs $1-49
Peaberry Ward's Best,
5 lbs $1.35
Dried Peaches, lb 27c
Picnic Hams, Swift's.... 17c
Brick Cheese, by brick..29c
Lemons, large, fancy,
a doz 30c
We Carry a Complete Line
of Flour, Feeds of All
Kindsand Hay
We Buy Your Eggs
for Cash
Phone 851 120 3rd St.
SUNSHINE SUNSHINE
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Fresh Eggs, doz
Bananas, doz
MILLERS C1SHand CARRY STORE
814 Beltrami Ave.
*'*We Have a Good Line of Fresh Vegetables
Head Lettuce, Celery, Beets, Carrots,
Asparagus,Cucumbers.
Crackers, by caddy, lb-14c
Bulk Peanut Butter, lb 20c
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Canned Fruits, per can 25c
2 cans Corn 25c
2 cans Peas 25c
2 cans Wax Beans 25c
Baked Beans, 3 cans....25c
Corn Starch, 3 pkgs..-.25c
Heinz Apple Butter, 2-lb
jar 48c
Quart jar
Feet
Pickled Pigs'
?..i45c
Uncle John's Cane and
Maple Syrup, 28-oz -V
can 70c
Troppman's
5,
5
FRIDAY EVENING, MAY IS, 192t
Phone 295
Onions,
arid Rhubarb-V
22
25c
Health Bran, pkg 15c
Pillsbury's Pancake Flour,
2 pkgs 25c
Kellogg's Corn Flakes,
2 for 25c
Post Toasties, 2 for.... 25c
Quaker Quakies, 2 for 25c
Spaghetti, Macaroni,
3 for 25c
Egg Noodles, 7 pkgs... 25c
Shredded Wheat Biscuits,
pkg 14*,
Cluster Raisins, lb 20c
Picnic Hams, lb 20c
Fancy Pot Roast, lb.18c
Sugar Cured Hams, lb. 29c
Home made Veal Loaf,
lb 22c
Sugar Cured Bacon, lb 28c
Grocery Dept. 305 Minnesota Ave.
Where You Always Gfet More
for Your Money
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
Bananas (while they last) per lb 10c
Oranges, medium size, 2 doz for 69c
Creamery Butter, 3 lbs for $1.00
Cheese, full Cream, 2 lbs for 47c
Matches, per pkg (6 boxes) 29c
Onions, fancy red: Carrots, Rutabagas, 10 lbs for... 33c
An assortment of nice Candy, per lb 22c
OUR REGULAR PRICES
Quaker and National Corn Flakes, 3 pkgs for 23c
Onion Sets, 4 lbs for 25c
Standard Corn, Peas and Tomatoes, No. 2 cans,
2 for
Flour$4.25 and up for 98-lb sackThe Market Is Strong
TRY MONARCH COFFEE NEXT TIME
Not as High Priced as Some, but Better in Quality
1 lb 44c 3 lbs $1.25
5 lbs $2.00 10 lbs $3.80
No Charge for Delivery Phone 927
Read The Pioneer Want Ad
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