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MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER Jfl, 1921,
WANTED
WANTEDWashings. Phone 393W.
2tl0-10
WANTEDPapoi hanging, painting,
and kalsom'nintf. Phone 731W. Self,
26th and nncota. ltlO-10
WANTEDMedium-sized refrigera
tor. Must be reasonably priced.
Address W. D., care Pioneer, stat
ing size, condition and price.
3U0-11
HELP WANTEDMALE
WANTEDMan with car to sell low
priced guaranteed Valley Tires.
$125 per week and commissions.
Valley Tire Co., 408 Broadway,
St. Joseph, Mich. ltlO-10
GOVERNMENT needs Railway Mail
Clerks. Salary $133 to $192 month.
Traveling expenses paid. Examina
tion announced soon. Write for
free specimen questions. Columbus
Institute, Columbus Ohio.
4t 10-5-12-19-26
HELP WANTEDFEMALE
WANTED Girl at Lakeshore hotel.
3tlO-U
WANTEDMiddle-aged lady wants
work. Will take in cake-baking,
and small warnings at home. Write
0 Box 10. 2tl0-10
RANTEDCompetent and experi
onced maid for general house work
by Oct. 16. Inquire 1107 Lake
Boulevard. Mrs. John Claffy.
10-16tf
Being True to One's Self.
Following Is from "The Simp'e
Truth," by Ernest f\ Wilson:
"If is sometimes taught that life is
nof for happiness, but for experience,
and that who aspires to happiness
.seeks in vain. Sometimes, loo, just
the reverse of this admonishment is
impressed upon fhe student's mind:
that happiness is the true goal of life,
and that jubilance is the first duty of
the aspiring soul. Tf we conceive ex
perience as a menus of self-unfold
ment, and happiness to mean, not
abandonment, but allegiance to tivit
which is best in us, the two state
ments nre reconciled, and express a
truth The soul's highest duty and
greatest pleasure are one, nnt\ both
are fulfilled when man is true to him-
self,"
English Literature.
A Frenchman a hundred .\ears ago
asserted that English literature was
the most \aried in the world. It has
grown since then, and the greatness
of th^ inheritance In quality and in
quantity is indisputable.Sidney Lee
MSofJ).
BEMIDJI FLORAL GO.
CHC1CE
CUT FLOWERS ANE
PLANTS
Artistic Designs
PROMPT ATTENTION
GIVEN O MAIL ORDERS
Bemidji, Minn.
512 Beltrami Ave.
Phone 418-W
TfoEr
HRE'S plenty of room
you at the top.
At the bottom there are al
ways thousands striving for
the little jobs. JVhy? Be
cause only' a few are equip
ped to fill the higher posi
tions. Let us fit you for a place
among the few.
We give you a thorough busi
ness training that will qual
ify you for an executive
position. BEMIDJI BUSINESS
COLLEGE
I&uui
V-
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT
Advertisements in this column cost
ONE CENT per word for FIRST IN-
SERTION, and HALF CENT per word
for subsequent consecutive insertions
of same copy.
Cash must accompany copy. ^No ad
taken for less than twentj^fivg" cents.
FOR SALECITY PRpPERTV
FOR SALE OR RENTNew cottage
W. N. Weber, Phone 186W
6U0-17
FOR RENT OR SAi^E. five room
iioubo completely furnished. In
quire 617 13th st, Irvine Ave.
6tl0-12
FOR SALE7 room house by own
er, at a snap for cash or will give
terms. Call 226. 9-28 tf
FOR SALE9-room house, 2 lots.
Good income property. Easy terms.
Call at rear 710 America ave.
3tl0-10
FOR" SALE OR RETT room
house modern except heat at 1111
Lake Boulevard, also 5-room house
all modern. Apply E J. Swedback,
413 Bemidji avenue. 3tl0-ll
FOR SALENine-rooia house on
two large lots. Business district.
Rooms always rented. Good in
come. Price reasonable. Terms,
time or cash. Inquire 208% Third
st., upstairs. 6U0-1S
FOR SALE6-room house, all mod
ern, lot has 50-foot frontagfe.
6-room house, good conditio^, lot
50x140. Cheap. $500 down.'/
2 houses on lot 50x140, one' four
room and one 2-room. $1,600.
Terms.
4-room house, screened porch, good
cellar. $1,000. Terms.
3-room house, good foundation and
cellar, newly sided. $1,200.
3-room house, hard wood floors, good
cellar and foundation, lot 100x140.
$400 down.
Three houses for rent, 2 in Nymore
and one small house in Bemidji.
Many other houses for sale. Also lots
and farms.
PHELPS-LANDBERG AGENCY
106 Third st. Phone 775
3tl0-ll
Chinese Shoes.
Making shoos is the interminable
task o| Chinese women, from .\outh
to old age. Tra\e!ers see them hu\\
In e\cr.\ moment, when necessity does
not lequire attention to some other
work, plyina the threads b.u-U
andwas
loith, Hi and out, in their endless ef
fort to keep the men of their house
hold supplied with footwear. Wheie
tixre is a surplus, the shoes aie sold
to the shops.!
Only cloth and paper are used. Tin
thickness of the soJes, of alternating
layers of cloth and paper held to
aether by paste, often indicate in \aria
tious r from ore-half to two inches,
the wealth of the wearers. The shoes
are noiseless and comfortable, but on
lainv dins China stays indoors be
cause the shoes readily absorb water.
The women make their own tiny
shoes in the seclusion of fheir quar
ters, e\on the husband being forbidden
to watcn their manufacture.
ti'
HUOUCHsMkl
Iv told several
I Ihoutandf fT*ojd
linlassiirevethan
youVe iold. fen
JpeopcuTv &>
S-aJLItWs-'VS
FOR SALE
FREEBuilding stone for the haul
ing. Bemidji Hardware Co. 3tl0-ll
FOR SALEClarK Jewel, two-bur
ner oilstovo, cheap. Inquire at 311
Sixth st. 10-7tf
FOR SALE1 4-ioot cigar case.
Inquire at Ideal Pool Parlors.
4t 10-4. 10-8, 10-11, 10-15
FOR SALE1 2-horse Champion
potato digger, new last fall,j in
first-class condition. Phone 687.
Frank Bridges. 3t 10-10
FOR SALEL. Samn typewriter
In fine condition. Late model and
good as a new on*. Pioneer Sta
tlonery Store. 3-17tf
jf'OR SALEGood neater, wood bur
ner. Can, be used jointly for cook
ing and heating, Will sell reason
able. Inquire 1 1 Sixth st. 10-8tf
FOR SALEOne Hudson seal coat,
size 38 can be seen and tned on
at the Bemidji Fu Co. Price less
than half of wholesale price. 10-711"
FOR SALEOoropation seats, corpoi
atlon record books with division
NO DOUBT THERE HAS BEEN MORE OR LESS CON-
FUSION IN LOCATING THE CORRECT TIRE SALES
AND TIRE REPAIR SHOP YOU WISH TO PATRONIZE.
o"
certificate register, transfers and
dividend register. Inquire at Pio
neer Stationery Store, 403 Bel
t*ami avenue. Telephone 799-J.
3-lStf
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
Hudson Six, Maxwell
King Eight car, Motorcycle with
Sidecar.
Will sell cheap for cash, or part
time will be given if desired. Will
consider land in exchange.
F. R. DUXBURY LAND CO.
20 4% Third Street,
Bemidji, Minnesota. 9-27 tf
.Pleas&ifemember Fisk and, Miller\TTres ^-es-_i
$re sold'taly by the City Tire & Repair Co.,
u' formerly known as Matland's Vulcanizing
"Shoplocated at 402 Minnesota Ave., just .i
across Minnesota Ave. from the City Hall. i*
If you have tires that need Vulcanizing, we
are in a position to turn out first-class
guaranteed work at reasonable prices* _.
"QUALITY AND SATISFACTION" IS OUR MOTTO
WHEN YOU THINK OF TIRE SERVICELEARN TO SAY:
CITY TIRE & REPAIR CO.
L. T. LaLone, Prop.
ACROSS FROM THE CITY HALL
Buffalo Bill's Quick Wit.
Col. William Oid,\. while trind
ing in Europe in TSUI with his Wild
West show, was on quite intimate
terms with roult On HurTalo Mill's
.KIMIII into Berlin Kmperor William
entei(.lining three kinirs ol small
er Herman powers. .m\featur of the
Wild West performance was the extceflritrirpsfde
hibition ol an antiquated De.idwnod
coach, containing passengers who were
attacked Indians and rescued by
iimlm\s. The kaiser asked that he
mid his {uest be allowed to ride in
this vehicle during a performance,
and of course the request was granted.
After the usual attack and lCM tie flic
enipeior remarked
"'Colonel Cod.\. I don't suppose tin's
is tli first lime that ha\e held
four kings?"
"No, jour majesty." replied the
scout, "o are right, but it is the first
ocifision that I e\er held four kings
anil the io.,iil joker at the same time.-'
7
THE DENTISTS SAY
you should brush your teeth
1 horning andi^night' and wasH
out ydur itiouth after every
meal. Of course, you will
nee*La first-class tooth brush
feiiApis and we recomjnend
\Jivfo* Dr.' West's Hygienol
Tooth Brush. It is carefully
made aifd is scientifically de
signed to give you best re
^"sfflts.
"CITY DRUG .STORE
mm^i ST s:m^, t-ALIBERTE.B<p>DRucci
ERICKSON
WE WANT YOUR TRADE* PHONE B2
BEMIDJI,MINNESOTA
.#*ti? vtn-t Kik- lir*
THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
WANT ADVERTISEMENT
Ads not paid at time of insertion will
be charged for at ONE CENT a word,
and then only to those having open
accounts on our books.
When- other* methods failtry- a
PIONEER mNT AD ,V
They j^lways'Set Results io*
(AM*
FOR RENTFurnished rooms at 110
Sixth street. (HI0-15
FOR RENT 2 modern iurnishod
rooms. Inquire at 601 Lake Boule
vard. ltlO-10
FOR RENT2 law. modem fur
nished rooms. Inquire at 1206 Doud
avenue. 3tl0-ll
FOR RENTTwo furnished rooms.
Inquire at Elizabeth Rosackor,
Nymore. 3110 10
FOR RENTFurnished room, suita
ble for two. Inquire at 600 Bemidji
ave. Phone 325. 3tl0-12
FOR RENT~New garage. $7 per
month. Inquire Frank Glomboski,
7,16 Bemidji ave. 2110-10
FOR RENTFurnished room, with
privilege of light housekeeping.
Inquire 423 Fourth st. 3U0-12
FO RENTFurnished double room,
suitable for two persons. Ladies
preferred. Phone 491W. 10-7tf
FOR SALEAUTOMOBILES
FOR SALEBig Studebaker Six
and one 10x12 tent. Both in good
condition. May be seen at C.
Paulson, Third and Giant streets,
Nymore. 3tl0-10
Real Generosity.
A couple of Yankee (le.icons were
fnlkitii: luominent uluen ol wlinso
lilernlil there Imrt nlwiu*. been oon-
SKIOIMIIIC (lillVrnieo of opinion "Well."
'..tiil Deacon Dlwrs i lni\e nlv\n\-
held (h.it Brollier lUown \MI^ one of
(he most clinritnlile men in rhm town
For inMnwe, Tluwo iw\or known linn
to iifus to loud liis plug lint to iin
hrxly -who ii'-ked him for it."
A S|rre Reminder.
Perhaps the most original sugges
tion forfu "ronmulei" was that of the
little bo,\ whose giandniotner had for
gotten his birthday present (lie jenr
before..* She wished to.know what she
(ould do in order that .she should not
forget^ agam^ "\o might put, oti
down,"Tsfiid
7'
3?
FOR RENT
LOST AND FOUND
the boy.
WW PRY CUEANE
T7!'
YES! T\]U is 922-*^
A Want Ad?
Run it today?
PHONE 922 'J
DAILY PIONEER
to LOSTBunch of keys. Return
Mayer & Swisher for reward.
3U0-11
LOSTRim and tire off from Nash
car Saturday night reward. Re
turn to Quincy Brooks. 3tl0-12
LOSTSaturday evening, tire and
rim off of back of car. Finder call
Had Sighed Over Calf's Hair.
M.\ in.st lo\e nlliiir enine to a cli
max when m\ sweetheart discovered
that he had been arisin "lock"
of the cull's tail next tc his heart for
se\eial months', under I he Illusion Unit
it was a loiU of ni hair. He had
insisted mit himng .1 lock of l.iy
hair, hut I. b.iuny none to spare, an 1
luidiiig that I he olor matched e\netly
(h.it ill ni.\ led calt, substituted that.
It iinsweied the purpose \er well
until a small bo jjau* the secret imiij.
Tlien I was denounced as a true daugh
ter of K\o' Evchi'iige.
How Frost Penetrates Earth.
A shaft sunk at Yakuts!,, Siborln,
in the Impe of finding water for the
town, failed to penetrate below Hie
permnnenth lro/.en ground, or "ground
ice," even at a depth of 3S2 feet. In
Alaska si\oin sliafls lia\e been sunk i
about 2(H) feet, and one reached
feet without penetrating below the
iro/.en ground.
1
Caterpillars Watch for Enemies.
The caterpillar knows thai there is
safet.v in numbers, and whole com
panics mn.\ be found feeding side
side while keeping a sharp lookout
for their bird enemies but when a
(iiterpillai is by himself lie sc.ircely
dares to mine for fear of attracting
intention
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!
,ANY AUTO PARTS
DUPLICATED
WHEN YOUR DEALER
TELL YOU
that it will be necessary to or
der that extra part you can just
bet you will have to wait .sev
eral weeks for what you want.
We are fully equipped and ex
perienced in making auto parts
of all kinds. Just tell us your
needs and get them supplied
immediately.
BEMIDJIMACHINEWORKS
REAR QF3I9BELTRAMI AVE.
TELEPHONE bl.-W
TOLKS WE'VEWORKED FO
SAY THAT WE
KNOW OUR BUSINES5
THOROUGHLY/
y-VT-ffefcF/R
^-^QJ^f^PJumbe^-
Tconversation
i
You'll be surprised
how soon yqu will
get results
Teh it to uswe will,
tell everyone else.
HERE'S a lot of extraordinary
going on around
this town about this plumbing
shop and our sanitary methods of
fitting out a home or a factory or
an office building with the proper
heating apparatus or water facil
ities. They do say that we knpw
our business. We do.
PLUMBING CHEATING
PHONE IZZ BEMIDJI
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
DAILY PIONEER
Plumbing
AND
Heating
Robert J. Russell
313 Fourth Street
Phone* 620620-R
MASONS
1
Mississippi Timber Co. Call 742.
10-3tf
Bemidji Lodge
233, A & A.
M., meets every
Wednesday eve
ning at the Ma
sonic Temple. Visiting Brethren
cordially invited.
G. M. Palmer, W. M.
G. A. Walker, Sec.
Quality Kodak Work
Developing, only 10c
Prints, 2^x314, only 4c
2%x4'/4, 6c
Post Card size, 6c
QUALITY PORTRAITS
SpecialLarge, lovely folders, se
pia portraits, only $5.40 per dozen.
Poat Cards only $1.85.
RICH PORTRAIT STUDIO
Phone S70-W 10th & Doud Ave.
Tell Everybody Bemidji Is Just
Below the Mississippi's Source.
Bemidji Auto
Livery
lJ)(j PHONE lJ)(j
Country Trips a Specialty
SUITABLE CARS FOR
EVERY OCCASION
5 Passenger
OLDSMOBILES
7 Passenger
STUDEBAKERS
DODGE TOURING CARS
DAY and NIGHT
SERVICE
Opposite Markham Hotel
FiiiiniiiiiinniTr
ITS
W
NEVER TOO COLD
If You Ride In
Enclosed Cars
We Have Them
For Every Occasion
Country Trips
A Specialty
Seven Passenger Buicks
Seven Passenger Enclosed
Dodges and Dodge
oirting Cars
WE ARE AT YOUR
SERVICE
BOTH DAY ANDNIGHT
PHONE P717
"Wa rt Bros."
"USE. USEJ
Koors DAiry Koore
Products Ice ream
J1.THE
SMILING DAWN:
It brings the smiling,
(1 milkman with the hap-'
py liquid food. Milk
Jijrood, rich, pure, pas- 2
teurized milk with real
cream atop o' it. That's
what we're delivering.
K00RS BROTHER S
i JAlRy PRODUCTS
PAGE FlVi
BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
^Mmewevmmwa MII
DOCTORS
JOHNSON & BORRE30N
Physicians and Surg-aons
Bemidji, Minn.
GARLOCK & GARLOCK
EyeEarNose-Throaj
GUtm Fitted
OR. E H. SMITH
Physician and Snrgeon
Office Security Bank Blc*R
DRS. GILMORE A McCANN
Phytician* and Surgeons
Office MUaa Block
DR. A. NORTHROP
Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
Battles Bldg. Office Phone 153-W
C. R. SANBORN, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Miles Block
House Phono 449 Office Phoae I I
Drs. Dannenberg & Twe
CHIROPRACTORS
Hours10 to 12 a. m1:30 to I
Other Hour* By Appointment
Phone 401-W Calls Mad*
First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Bemidji
OR. E. A.
Pnycician
Office
Phone 396
SHANNON, M. D.
and Surgeon
in Mayo Block
Rea. Phone 3t7
DRS. MARCUM & McADORY
Phytician* and Surgeon*
Barker Building
Hoars: 11-12 a. *f fi p. m.
Phones: Office h02 ke. 211
DENTISTS
PR. i W. DIEDRICH
Dentist
Office: O'Leary-Bowser Bldg.
Phones: Office 876-W. Bes, I76-B
DR. G. M. PALMER
Dentist and Orthodontia!1
BARKER BUILDING
Bemidji Minn.
Drs. Melby & Reppelo
DENTISTS
Cor. 4th St, and Beltrami Ave.
Phone 406 Bemidji
VETERINARIANS
DENISON & BURGESS
VETERINARIANS
Bemidji, Minn.
BUSINESS E. M. SATHRE
Buys Small Houses for Cash
and Sells Them on Small
Monthly Payment*
FIRE INSURANCE
REAL ESTATE
REYNOLDS & WINTER
SI2 Beltrami Arenna
Phone 144
MORT PENDERGAST
Licensed
AUCTIONEER
Your Business Solicited
Phone 17-F-4
HUFFMAN & OIEARY
FURNITURE AND
UNDERTAKING
H. N. M'KEE
Funeral Director
PHONE178-W
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