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within iOOmUe* has the largo* Northern Minnetot*. VOLUME XIX. NO. 45 :oMMirrEE Bids to Be Re*dvrtiied County Bond Issue for Road Construction N A :and fr committee'consisting of Chait Edward Paulson of the board of 5PttjR$3 !cftnml8.fio?!fer Cpijnt^ At" torney iGraham M., tjpjr'an,ce and en girieer William man Everts has been named ly. iounty ojSr miesioners nsotw iin Session, to gji to iWarren, thfe oonniy 'Miftt of Marshall county on June 14, to protest against the contpusti6ii of consolidated ^Itchi N. I wfcich to toeing petitioned for toy a, nutrilber .e^!iej'sji llC,thft Grygla district. Roadi bids which were advertise4 to be opened June 9, were not opened as there were no funds with which to finance the contracts if they were awarded'. ^ISiro^ bond issues,' olf ?i&0,000, one of 1250,000one wil agalnl !be stJiyertlBea for sale on July 12. ^esebond* have been previous ly advertised for sale but on account of the highways on. which the most of the- money was to be spent had not vet officially 'been designated as part of the Babcock system it is necessary to readvertise. The $100,000 are toand be sold- and. the (proceeds taken to ireimttursd the county for money expended oik the Babcock highways in the county. The state required that the (bonds ibe issued by the coun ty and sold and dt will then% take them over which is practically the same as foe state directly refunding the money to the county. This is the method, however, required by the State in this Blatter. The resignation of George Canape bell as nTHttissioner of the Lake Julia Sanatorium was accepted!, and a new commissioner will be appoint ed in his place (before the adjourn ment of the board of commissioners. The a-oadr running past the Pine Tree north of Puposky was desig nated as a county road/ This,/wttl mean the completing of & two mile stretch of this road whdeh Willi give the settlers in that community an outlet north-to the Red Lake The "board officially asked the state department to take over the remain- der of the.construction of the road from CassIiake to Solway. OKANTVAILBY #1* '^T--vJi' Weight aij$ Mrs.^Giand.IMrk Knapp visited Mrs. Fred j^iiffe TJHSS day. i "Andrew Putnam andrwife wer^ guests of Mar- Lulbecfc i wife Molday evening. I A. R. Dailey and tamtfy were Sun-, toy"ylsltefS at'the C: Knapp home. Auto bahditsi abandoned a stolen car in front of the Fred Lange place Sunday and going to fiemidji escaped with Lewis Strawbridge's car which was paf*e in front ~pt 8t. PhWa church^ Chief of Police Bailey idenr tified tile car as one ibeing stolen at LittW fpt$ Saturday night. Sarah tfnapp and family were Sunday visitors at the iB. Edwards home. Rev. Cummings, Rev. Ferris and C. L. Isted held services at the Edge wood school house Sunday evening. (Fred Langa and family were Sun day) visitor?, at, the Charles Barclay home. :J: v- rj-:--- saving GOODS At.-apecial prices wWph^r&w- DRY a bi yo surprise awaits you in this department, which comprises all the wanted abiips 4or this season-you'll ishop here firstof course. At special price&-^come ^SfOTlON S in and see all the new, as well as staple, Notions *5fou will find our stock of Notions completf:e all the time. rf-^ :v SQLWAY Mr, and Mrs. P. J. Rock were bus* ness visjtors st Bemidji Saturday, ^fiile tjiere, Mrs. Rock had some den tal work done. Miss. Elys Peterson returned from Puposky Friday where she attended to business matters for several days, A number of the Solway young folks attended the barn dance grfen at Heathman's Saturday night. Miss Matie Stone motored to Be mid3i Saturday with two of her pu pus, Bina Gustafson and Gertrude Sirae, to attend the bread baking con test A number of the Solway young folk motored to Bemidji Satpday evening to attend the movies., Miss Matie Stone, principal of the Solwsy school, left Tuesday for her home at Dassel. Mrs. James Bratton returned from Mcintosh Friday where she visited with' friends and relatives. Conrad Paulson of Shevlin was a visitor in SqlWay Saturday evening.vis Peter Sorenson was aH business itor "fp Beiiiidjibetween trains Fri day. JSohn Neely arrived home Wednes day,from Seattle. Wash. The Clearbrook band motored through Sqlv?ay Sunday. Holme? Schneering, Hubert Kyle Adolph"Gy&tafgon and family mtq topedjte Tenstwke, Sunday. :tJ.' MUs O't^a Stae visited here oyer Sunday with her sister, Ruth Stae, who is employed at the Solway hotel. Misses Elva and Ovina Peterson were entertained at the Adolph Gus- tafsonhomeSunday evening. A baby boy born June 3rd to Mr. and Mnj. John Tage. Both mother -and' babe are doing nicely*.' -Doris Sime returned from Bemidji Friday." A farewell party was given in hon or of Miss Matie Stone Friday eve nly. "The evening was spent in ^Smes and niusic afte.:..,'..' which refresh ments werevserved.'" Hohner Schneering and Hubert Kyle, w.he have been, visiting with the former's sifter, Mrs. Adolph Gustaf spn^.left Tjjesday, for S^c City, Iowa. Hugh Robinson returned from Bertha: Tuesday.. LOCAL FAB MBUREAU TO REmBURSE WATtRffAT.T. CO. At the regular meeting of the Beltrami. county. Farm Bureau held, Tuesday .afternoon, at which J. J. McCuisty, BL E. Arriold, H. A. Pflou ghoeft G^urge Rhea, Thomas Porte EdwSrd a^rson were present, $t 'wiyjf^di^tBfd' to opntributej a por tion |p^:i(tt#tetaid received by the cq^n%ta Marshall county to reini *urseit for the work of the Marshall county agent| at Grygla, who looks after about twelve townships of Bel trami county in the district norths West of Red Lake. The matter) of the annual picnic was also taken up and arrangements for it were completed. B0ARB OF EDUCATION TO VISIT MISSION RESERVE Harry K. Mayer, superintendent, of thflf' Leech Lake Indian" agency will accompany the county board of edu cation to thfe Mission Reserve north of Cass Lake next Thursday for the purpose of making! arrangements for the construction of schools for. the Indian children who have been at tending the Mission school, which has been closed. N !A great DL5HES 35il?v|f.^ iJt.)5 1? ing. WE CANNOT GIVE YOU EVEN ********_***** BUvim .v The women's,, home and foreign mission society of the Congregational church met with Mrs. James AVlcox Thursday afternoon. Mrs. James Batten and children of Solway have been visiting friends and relatives for the past week. .Miss Hazel Pitt left Friday morn ing for Minneapolis where she ex-ard peote to spend the summer. Henry Hanson returned from Du luth last Thursday. Miss, Ruby Petterson went to Ers kine Thursday afternoon to attend the high school commencement ex ercises. iMr. and (Mrs. H. Hanson of Leon ard, spent (Friday here shopping. Mrs, T. W. pdens and children of International Fails, visited with Ver ns, 'Burfieid one lay lest week. At very successful term of school was closed Friday. A picnic was held at the Clearwater river which was FOR mm !-'i ^s' FORD CARS AND PRODUCTS HAVE REACHED RQCK^BOTTOM PRICES HAVE BEEN REDUCED REGARDLESS OF THE FACT THAT THE FORD MOTOR CO. WAS BEHIND ON ORDERS NEW PRICES f.CM| CrIASSIo ROADSTER ROADSTER, with starter. TOURING GAR^: TOWftll^* CAR, with starter. COUPE, with starter and de leNrims SEDAN, with itarter mountable rims TRUCK, one-ton TftACTOR C^ JWT Jewett Twenty and more sets of Dinner Ware in different patternsfor $5.95 for 32- piece sets. At a saving of 30 per cent, or more."-f' Pails, Tubs, Boilers Pans, KITCHEN Kettles arid lots ot other^ WARE goods at special prices. It is surprising what dif ferent things can be found in this department and at a decided, sav- NOW ON IN attended by the teachers, pupils and parents. The teachers left for their homes Sunday. Miss (Madge Lowry to Dassel IMinn., Misses Magnild She has been attending high school .Michetaon and Esther Miller to Min neapolie. Miss Tilda Olson Will re main here two weeks before return ing to her home at Mcintosh. The Boy Scouts enjoyed a camping trip at Moose Lake Saturday and Sunday. ChesterBur field motored to Leon Saturday morning to meet his sister, Bernice. iMrs. Ben Bredeson and Mrs. M. O.summer. Bredeson made a trip to Bemidji Saturday, afternoon. Chester Burfieid, John Desjardipes and Irven Gordon attended a show in Bemifdji Sunday night, Miss Lehore Thorpe returned home from Fergus Falls Saturday noon. She has been taking up a busi ness course Park Region Luther Seminary, the^past winter. Mrs. OscariPaulson and Mrs. Chas" Wieneh were Bemidji shoppers Fri- $345.00 $370.00 $440.00 $415.00 $485.00 $695.00 and dr $760.00 $49500 $625.00 r-f fcdMi IN AND SEETHE HUNDREDS 6F| BIG VALUES IN EVE^V' DEPARTMENf OF OUR STORE ALUMINUMWARE And do not tnix up irt your mind our WEAREVER and WINNER BRANDS of heavy, warranted waro, which we advertitcd last year at very special prices with, the lifht-weight ware offered elaewhere at 98 cents. We have this same ware at 85 cents, in Percolators,.Double Cereal Cookers, 2, 3 or 4 quart Kettles and Sauce PansYour Choiee-r 85 cents Come to store where you can see many different brands and- take your choice). day between trains. 'Miss Olga Hannem has arrived home to spend her summer, vacation at Pequot iMr. and) Mrs. H. P.iFrodahl went to Wilton Friday to attend the funeral of Mr. Frodahl's father. Arthur Sorenson arrived home Sat urday. He has been attending Con cordia college at! Moorhead. Miss Berniice Burfieid completed her school at Clearbrook last Friday and has returned home to spend the Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Holton, at ...............'.^O.TIV^ BEN'S New Kaplan Bldg. c* FIRE- WORKS gate FAINT IDEA OF THE MANY GOOD ITEMS WE ARE OFFERING-SO I SAY, COME AND SEE departure lor their" llolhes. Games were ployed and at 11 o'clock a deli ciaus lunch was served. The follow ing gdesta were present Madge iLowry, Magnild Michelson Esther Miller Mabel and Carl Rauk, Mr. and Mrs. A. Larson, Edna C. Hanson, Arthur Renne, Verna, Berniece and Chester Burfieid. Sam and John Desjardins, Mrs. Pete Bromaghin, Alf Rain, Mrs. Hans Gordon, Mrs. Chas. McDonald and Cecil Holton. Jtfr. and Mrsv T. B. Rider and daughter Marie have gone on an auto triu the southern part of the Cecilstate.thru Holton and All Rain spefit Sunday at Itasca State Park, O. E. Evenvold was in Bagley Mon day on busipess. Oscar Paulson, Woodmen deputy, came Saturday to spend a week with his family. A lawn party was given Saturday evening in honor of Misses Lowryt Michelson and Miller previous to their Subscribe A number of cars from Clearbrook went through here Sunday morning boosting the Old Settlers* and Com munity picnic at Clearbrook Satur day, June 11th. William (Bromaghin spent the week end here with his family. --/-.k $1.50 Overalls to go at 98c Men's 50c Suspenders, your choice A big table loaded with service able Dress Shoes, of the $5.00 to $7.00 high grade, to go tor The Daily Pioneer. A FEW EXTRA SPECIALS FOR Added to Our Big Money-Raiting Sale Unheard of Bargains await youOur motto for this sale is, The Most and Best Merchandise for the Least Money. Come in and take advantage of our wonderful Bargains. .29c MANY MORE BARGAINS AWAITYOU Look for the Red Figures for the Sale Price at 122 Minn. Ave. See-now the- largest line ever brought iritd this city, and all at less prices than last year. Of course, you're going t& celebrateevery one* doesfire-wofrks that are safe. Our China War* depart- CUPS & ment is noted for value's, SAUCERS and during this Anniver sary Sale we aret offering some really remarkable valuesCups and Sauc ers, sets of 6 MORT PENDERGAST, v,.~^: Lkensod. AUCTIONEER Your Business Solicited Phone, 17-F-4 FIRST CLASS SHOE REPAIRING DONE NEAT and QUICK PRICES REASONABLE Bemidji Shoe Store 315 Minnesota Ave, $2.50 Men's Pants, come early for these .$1.48 Men's $1.25 Balbriggan Union Suits^just what you want for warm weather .79c $5.00 and $6,00 high grade Work Shoes a rare bar* gain at'. .,.$349 i ii STORE New Kaplan Bldg. TOYS & Hundreds of dollar* worth r\XillIC of Toys, Polls, Doll Cots, LIULI^ Kiddie Cars, Wagons, Coaster Wagons, health giv ing Toys* You will find a wonderful assortment in this department at greatly reduced prices. During this sale you will find SILKS an ample assortment of the newest in Silks, and at special low. pricesthje savings are worth whiler-r, Crepe de Chine, per yd..$1.49 Georgette Crepe, per yd $1*49 Organdies, per yd....7Sc* 860 Satin Messaline, per yd..$1.69 Ml .1 I ...111 ,f.l 1 WW**1!