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in J- 4 1 1 tf* i v# 'A A 4 (Vf^ji^^ VV^T FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1921 Items for this column will bo gladly received by Mrs. Harvey, telephone 114-W. Readers owe it to their guests and to thenw elves *o see that items of local interest are reported. Every item will be given proper considera tion when source is known* F? d. Ha^gren is transacting busi ness in Minneapolis this" week. John Maltrude of Becida transact ed business ia Bemidji Thursday. Miss Fay Freeman has accepted a position as teacher of the school at Northern. Late models, wool dresses, $25. O'Leary-Bowser Oo. 2td9-9 J. H. Koors is transacting business in Thief River Falls and places in that vicinity this week. J. A. Dalton has left Bemidji for Kingston, Canada, called there by the serious illness of his mother. Mrs. Charles McDonald of North ern was the guest of friends while shopping in Beifcrdji Thursday. 'For kalsomining, painting, paper hanging, natural wood finishing, call on A. B. Webster. I have had 20 years' experience. Phone 166. 3t9-10 "Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Skoogland of Northern wer4 shopping and calling on friends in Bemidji Thursday. Peter Lund of Liberty marketed^ a load of very fine watermelons and cantaloupes in Bemidji Monday. Mrs* Charles Schroeder and daugh ter, Miss Gail, are in Minneapolis this week attending the state fair. Dance in old Armory Wednesday, Sept. 14. Music by Shuck's Jazz Or chestra. Everybody invited. 4t9-l# Mrs. Dick Hebert and Miss Edith Workman of Redby visited friends in Bemidji this week. They made the trip by auto. Frank Hardy 6f Big Falls arrived in Bemidji this 'morning and is the guest of his niece, Mrs. L. C. Cole, of Fifth ward. Eeautiful serge, tricotine and gab erdine diesses, $25 at O'Leary-Bowser Co. 2td9-9 Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wilson are at tending the state fair at Minneapolis this week. They went via Duluth and visited relatives there en route. Miss Milrae Achenbach has resign ed her position with the Crookston Lumber company and will attend the University of Minnesota this winter. For ,plcnlc or excursion parties charter passenger boat "Thor." A. A. Lee, licensed pilot. Phone 61-W. 6-25tf John Gravelle and wife of Grand Rapids are the guests this week of the former's sister, Mrs. Edmund Jewett, and family, of Mississippi avenue. S. A. Swanson was in the city Thursday visiting friends and dis tributing bills for the auction sale to be held at the Home of his neighbor, J. L. Jones, of Rockwood township, today. One table of silk blouses, half price. O'Leary-Bowser Co. 2td9-9 F. C. Bates returned to his home yesterday after visiting his mother and attending a family re-union at Akeley, where he motored over a' week ago. His sister, Mrs. Charles Livingston of San Jose, Calif., ac companied him home and will visit in Bemidji. Ladies' one-strap pumps, browri 'Cuban heel, $3 95 at Tfroppman-'s Down Stairs store. 4t9-9 Mrs. Eugene Grady of Hibbing, who has been visiting relatives at Park Rapids and Walker, spent last evening, in Bemidji with friends en route to her home. Mrs. Grady is a daughter of the late Mrs. A. Shoares, who was a resident of Bemidji for a number of years. Moses Jewett, who was the guest for three weeks of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Petra, 1005 Mississippi avenue, and his nephews, Edward, Leon and Ed mund Jewett and their families, left Tuesday for his home at St. Paul. From there he will go to Faribault to attend to some business matters for a few days. Emerson says: "We get nine tenths of our education through our eyes." Let Us Set Your Eyes Right It Will Pay You Well Daily Fashion Hint tS *y $50 A NEW AND SIMPLE FROCK $ *l*Sis fashioned of check voile of substantial weight and trimmed with silk crepe de Chine, the silk being used for the deep V-shaped vest and binding of the short sleeves. To the round, collarless neck is due much of the youthful effect of the dress. A narrow belt holds in a slight fulness at the waist. The vestee is mounted on 3, front-closing underbody. Medium size requires 3% yards 36-inch check, and Yi yard 36-inch plain, material. Pictorial Review Dress No. 9530. Sizes, 34 to 48 inches bust. Price, 35 cents. Mrs. y. Cota of Bootleg Lake is the guest or Mrs."Edward Jewett, 1110 Park avenue," while shopping in the city today 0 N. E. Given is expected to arrive home tomorrow from the Twin Cities where he has transacted business and attended the fair. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Davis, who have visited friends at Solway for a short time,,, were in Bemidji Thursday en route to their home at Northern. Miss Emma Lou Ketten has accept ed a ^position to teach in District No. 40, consolidated school near Nebish, and will leave Bemidji next week to assume her duties there. ,rLadies'..one-strap pumps, brown Cuban heel, $3,95 at Tfroppmanjs Down Stairs store. 4t9-9 Mrs. J. O. Stromberg of Anoka was- in Bemidji Thursday en route to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles McDonald, of Northern, where she will visit for a month. J. H. Freeman returned to his home in Bemidji last evening from Redby where he has been since Saturday. He will leave again Saturday for Solway wh&e he will resume his teaching. Fof rent: Modern furnished room, three blocks from Normal. 1218 Bemidji avenue. 6t9-14 Mr. and Mrs. Benard Landgren and son Vern, of Liberty, were out al-town shoppers in Bemidji Monday. Mr. Landgren also visited his friend, Lester Peterson, at St. Anthony's hos pital. Miss June Williams returned yes terday to her duties at the Duxbury Land company office after having Obeen confined at home for five weeks with a brofien arm, received when cranking her car. Wonderful bargains in silk blouses, choice at one-half price. O'Leary Bowser Co. 2td9-9 F. M.1 Goughnour of the Motor Inn motored to Minneapolis to transact business and attend the state fair. He was accompanied by Charles Mason er, Pete Lennehan, Frank Ward and Chester Treadwell. Miss Martha Larson has resuiried her teaching at Trout Lake, near Grand Rapids, after spending her summer Vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Larson, at their farm home south of town. All electric ligUt bills are due and should be paid on or before the 10th of September. In doing so you save your discount and help us give you the service you desire. 8t9-10 Will Luchen and wife, who were guests for a week of Mr. Luc^en's sister, Mrs. Erick Landgren, and fam ily, of Becida, and brother, John Luchen, and family, of Fernhill, have returned to their home at Monte video. Mrs. J. W. Barnett of Lake PkVn taganet spent a few days this week at her home, 1108 Mississippi avenue. Her daughter, Mrs. Clara Webster, and children, who have spent the summer months at the Barnett home in Bemidji, left Tuesday for their home at Buell. TO HOLD FOOD SALE A food sale will bp held Saturday afternoon %y the Miscellaneous Divi sion fthe Ladies' Aid of the Pres byterian church, in the Gas company office Mrs. N E. Given and Mrs Duxbury will have charge. 4 rV" ^,t M. -\A J_ G. Cash paid! for Liberty bonds. 8. Hooley, Northern Grocery Co. l-19tf Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Hakkerup and children have returned to their home in Bemidji from a motor trip to Min neapolis where they attended the sta,tp fair. ww*^f? G. A. R. HOLDS MEETING TOMORROW AFTERNOON The Grand Army of the Republic Will hold their regular meeting Sat urday afternoon at 1.80 o'clock at the I. O. O. F. hall. TO ENTERTAIN LADIES' OF G. A. R. TT0M0RR0W Mrs. Harriet Wickham will enter tain the Ladies of the G. A. R. Circle Saturday afternoon, September 10, at her home at 1414 Minnesota ave nue. All members are requested to be present by 2 o'clock. MRS. HINSHAW SURPRISED Friends and relatives numbering about twenty-five surprised Mrs. David Hinshaw at her home at Wil ton Thursday, the) occasion being planned in honor of her birthday aniversary. A pleasant social hour was enjoyed with conversation and musU: and a bounteous birthday lunch served, All report a very pleas ant evening. BETHEL LUTHERAN MEN TO MEET THIS EVENING The regular meeting of the Men's society of the Bethel Lutheran church v. ill be aeld this vonir.'? at llir home of Alfred Mo311 south 'if town Those wishing conveyances will meet at Christiansen's st-rre in the Fifth ward where they will be pro vided. A program has been prepared after which there will be 1 social hour, and refreshment-, wnl be served by Mrs. Moen. ST. PAUL'S LADIES' AID HELD MEETING THURSDAY The first meeting of the St. Paul's Ladies' Aid was held Thursday at the church parlors with a record attend ance Plans for the regular monthly meetings of the last Quarter of the year wore 'iAresented. fThe regular "early autumn" and "sauerkraut and wiener" suppers will be given this quaiter. The Christinas bazaar will take place on Thursday after noon, December 1. The fine spirit shown at the meeting manifests a live interest and success for the or ganization. A. Lord is expected to arrive home tomorrow from Billings, Mont., where he went a week ago with Mrs. Lord, called there by the death of Mrs. Lord's niece, Mrs. Sheshanrte. Mrs. Lord will remain there for another week before returning to her home. After September 1st Mrs, William C. Budge will take a limited number of pupils for pianoforte instruction. 1226 Doud avenue. Telephone 318-W- 8-12t* ELKO V%i i:4^ l-H mcfiifff* M*WM*, Ti i^iy*?*- THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER Charges Hoyt of Thirteenth street went to Crystal, N. D., Tuesday to bring back his touring car. Mr. Hoyt and family motored to North Dakota about three weeks ago to visit rela tives at different places in that state, but the roads being impassable for a car, they returned to Bemidji last week by train. Seth Smi,*h and son, Russell of Be cida, were business callers in .the city Wednesday. They took out a barrel of cylinder oil and several barrels of gasoline on their motor truck for L. REXSUNDAY James Oliver Curwood's "GOD'S COUNTRY and THE LAW" UlllimnillJinilllllllllllllimillllllllllll|t- (GOLF( E Led Him Into 1 JAIL I where he upset staid 5 5 prison routine as the E Comical E I "CONVICT 13" 1 E An uproarious melange of E mellow love, atrocious golf S S trick cells and much be- 5 E deviled, guards, with IKEATON The Man Who Never Smiles Causing All the Smiles Sentence yourself to two reels of stormy hilarity with Buster Keaton in "Convict 13" and then judge for yourself. SHOWING SAT. & SUN. Grand nimuiMiiniiffjimimiiiis!Mi!iiJii:inim- AOCLPH 'UKOR ELSIE JP^IISON vviyiAM D.TAYIOK:S 'en PRODUCTION A PARAMOUNT PICTURE A Romance of Love and Music, Youth and Fame. Dressed in Silks, basking in Luxury, but touching at times the Haunts of those who Lost the Fight. AlsoMONTE BANKSIn Comedy "HIS DIZZY DAY" Admission: Children 10cAdults 25c HLk4l11ft, ELK O Tonigh tan Saturday -*tsAS *&] W*U*J Do You Believe That MAN GETS AND FORGETS: WOMAN GIVES AND FORGIVES? See William Christy Cabanne*s Leaf From a Woman's Soul "What's A Wife Worth?" A Robertson-Cole Super Special BEGINNING SUNDAY \e ir- tr!"r- 5* E. Hanson, who runs a clover hulling machine by motor power. Mr. Smith was in Bemidji agmn Thursday to get repairs for his threshing outfit. REX SUNDAY James Oliver Curwood's "GOD'Sj COUNTRY and THE LAW" Directed by Sidney Olcott HiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiM I BUSTER =1 AS YOU GROCE Nrt CoiipOUff *&* GROCERS OF BEMIDJI You Pay 36c for the Five Bars of Flake White Same Price at All Stores ^WIIIIMIlMIIIIIIIIMilllllSIilICilllI(ll!llillllllllllll!IIIIIMIlllllllIII!ll)lll Phone 812-W AND VICINITY OFFER With Purchase of 5 Bars of Kirk's Flake White ^E CAKE OF KIRK'S FAMOUS Jmp Hose toilet Soap MAKE ARRANGEMENTS WITH YOUR GROCER NOW,. LIMIT ONE ORDER TO EACH FAMILY Watch for Window Display in Your Dealer's Store Through Whom This Offer Is Made LAST DAY OF SALE Saturday, Sept. 24, 1921 ASK YOUR DEALER NOW i James S. Kirk and Company, Chicago 1 MAKERS OF GOOD SOAP FOR OVER 80 YEARS Studebaker Prices Dropf Lower Cost and Increased Production Makes It Possible to Quote the Following- Prices on the "Light Six" Studebakcrs Studebaker Chassis $975.00 Studebaker two-passenger Roadster $1,125.00 Studebaker Touring Car $1,150.00 Studebaker Coupe Roadster $1,550.00 Studebaker Sedan $1,850.00 (Prices F. O. B. South Bend) BELTRAM I MOTO CO fife PAGE TKI.ZZ FISK AND MILLER TIKES nrti FREE AIR VULCANIZING City Tire strati Repair Go DAIL PIONEER WAN ADS BRING RESULTS If IM11IMI1I1II1IE1III1III lllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllf Illlf flflf Illl^ GEO. KERR, Prop. Dewey Ave. and 14th St. 'Vwuw^^mwww^w^ww^m^w^u^v^M^^wwrwu^^A^^miwfi .#!wfl 'f tr.SV' 3 U4 tJt E i. KmLML\ I miiii, itacsSKIrMCompji!! GR0CER Y0U I it A' I I I v. 2 11 (1 jjjj .i I-Hf/K *40V.