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She Knows The Bote
Many a wife who is jealous of her
hosband'3 stenographer gets that vvaj
because she was a stenographer once
A Wise Cow
A regular customer declares that
it is a wise cow that knows Her owh
milk after it has been delivered .ti
The milky way
She Knew a Hog
A woman was waiting tc buy
ticket for a local movie show the oili
er night when a portly man bumpjd
into her. She glared at him, feeling
that it was done intentionally.
Well," he grunted, "you needn
eat me up." Ll
"Don't worry," she said, "you a
perfectly safe. I am" a Jewess."
He never squealed
The basketball game at the new ai
mory Thursday night between the
State Teachers College and the Be
midji high school reminded us, of
tennis match. It was so different.
There was lots of "racket" but little
Not a love game
The Poet Laureate
Dear Twentieth Century:
Old Bill Shute of ill repute,
With a near-beer look on his
Wont far astray down the mnky
Looking for Old Hi Lanous and
0. B. Gay.
This trio, wobbling on some pre
Will be continued in our next.
R. U. W ir.e
May they rest in peace
Keep (Off The Grass
The Kelliher Journal informs that
"the snow has melted more today
than any day yet, but is still waist
deep in the woods where there *s
grass." And the green grass grew a.I
The Day After
Yetordpy was the day when that
old gag is sprung about the tune when
Ireland was over-run with hogs and
they put the green on the Irish so as
to know which was which. That prob
ably is the main reason why a lot of
people never wear green on St. Pat
They weren't the which
y^nH(pM^"TJ THWRTT* ^"t
MCKIB, TW PRINTER'S DEVIL
Chicago, March 18. Potatoes,
steady receipts, 52 cars total U. S.
shipments, 690 cars on track, 136
cars. Wisconsin round whites, $1.60
to ?1.70 Minnesota, sacked, $1.60 to
$1.65 Idaho rurals, $1.75 to $1.85.
Zetta Manle visited in Bemidji
Stuart Rice of Bemidji visited here
Knute Strand was a business call
er in Bemidji Wednesday of last
F. E. Oppegard visited here be
tween trains last Thursday.
Joseph Hampl visited in Bemidji
Wednesday of last week.
E. A. Givon made a business trip
to Bemidji last Thursday.
A. C. Wendorff made a business
trip to Bemidji Wednesday of last
W. H. Rice of Bemidji spent the
week end here visiting his sons, W.
A. and James Rice.
James Rearick visited in Bemidji
Wednesday of last week.
Rev. Carl Zorn held regular serv
ices in Hagali last Sunday.
Miss Rosalie Kurzek visited in Be
midji last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Haluptzok re
turned from Duluth Saturday where
they attended the funeral of Mr. Hal
Clarence Theriault spent Sunday
with friends and relatives at Black
Mr. and Mrs. F. X. Betz were en
tertained at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Haluptzok last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jacobson en
tertained Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Travis last Sunday.
The baseball team will give a big
Ask Your Doctor
You have confidence in your family physician. The
great-hearted, splendid man who has watched over and ministered to
yZand yours in the dark hours of .illness is worthy of your confidence.
The man who has sat by the bedside of your loved ones and brought
ffembTck safely from the Valley of the Shadow wi not deceive you
nor lie to you. You can trust him. He will tell you the TRUTH.
Go to your family physician. He is broad-minded, liberal, sincere,
truthful. Ask him his honest opinion of the great drugless health
science of Chiropractic. He will tell you the truth.
If he doesn't know about Chiropracticand there is a chance that
he will not knowhe will tell you so frankly.
If he does know, he will echo the opinion of other broad-minded
medical men. He will tell you that Chiropractic is sound in pr.nc.pk
and practice and that it often gets results where medical treatment
Alfred Walton, M. D. (Harvard, 1879). Philadelphia, Pa., ex-presi-
dent and chief of the surgical division of the Essex County Hospita,
Essex County, N. J., Corresponding Fellow, Maine Academy of Medi-
cine and Science, has said: "Chiropractic is of marvelous efficiency in
Lee W. Edwards, M. D., Omaha, Neb., says: "I know, from per-
sonal expenencc in the practice of medicine, that drugs do not cure
disease. They mask symptoms, giving temporary relief, and time
Nature may effect a cure. Chiropractic, the drugless method of spinal
adjustment, is the best moans of bringing health to suffering humanity.
Judge it by its results and one is bound to give it the approval of one
U. A. Lyle, M. D., Logansport, Indiana, says: "ChirtfnractjcSs"a
scientific method of adjusting the real cause of disease.'^ -V^l
G. H. Patchen, M. D., New York City, says: "ChiJOpxMfcic jiiM
adjustments eliminate the cause of disease more promptly," rauifealiy
and permanently than any other "known method."
Hundreds of such opinions might be quoted. $,
Ask YOUR docter about Chiropractic. f^
Drs.A. Dannenberg & E. RJwo
First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
I^IJU t,i\ mjiwi^miiv IIIII i^ ii uHLfyiuniwuuimm-IM^" ^ty^-fMi
dance in the C. C. C. hall Friday
evening, March 17th. This will be
the, first dance to be given in the hall
since the new floor has been laid.
The Ladies' Aid met at the home
of Mrs. L. Cohenon's last Thursday.
The "Kick In" club of the school
gave a splendid program to a well
filled house last Friday evening.
Ed. Myers began moving his saw
machine in Tenstrike during the past
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vanderhoef
left last Friday for Fargo, N. D.
Paul Haluptzok was awarded two
contracts on thirteen miles of road
work north of Kelliher.
W. A. Rice shipped a car of pota
toes from here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Travis enter
tained a number of friends at a card
party last Thursday evening.
Mr. Gottlieb Hofer was on the
sick list last week.
Mrs. I. Woodcock was on the sick
list last Sunday evening.
Rev. I. Woodcock held regular
services at Spur last Sunday.
Carl Winkler was a business caller
here last week.
There was a caucus meeting held
in the village hall last Saturday.
Harold Rearick visited his parents
here last week. Harold was en route
from Duluth to Red Lake.
Mr. ahd( Mr3, Walter Borden vis
Wm. Travis spent the week end in
Jos. Jones of Northome was a
business caller here Thursday of last
Very early Tuesday morning citi
zens of Tenstrike were aroused from
their slumber by the fire alarm. From
some unknown cause, a fire started
in the James Taylor store on Main
Street. When the, fire was discover
ed it was too late to use chemicals or
the fire engine. The flames, which
had enveloped practically the -whole
inside of the building before they
burst into the outside air, quickly
consumed the entire structure. The
building, which was a landmark, oc
cupied a prominent position at the
west end of the viaduct. Mr. and
Mrs. James Tayor,, who accupied a
front room in the building, were
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THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
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awakened by the strong odor of the
smoke which permeated the entire
air. Practically everything in the
building was lost in the fire. The
loss is about half covered with insur
ance. Mr. Taylor expects to rebuild.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Myers visited at
the John Quade home last Sunday.
Mrs. E, A. Grier and daughter
Elizabeth spent Sunday and Monday
Mr. Lyons ot Chicago visited at the
E.E. Shulke home last week.
On the same day that the James
Taylor fire tpok place, fire broke out
at the heme of Ben Nelson Not
much damage was done, however.
Ed. Cronk visited at Bemidji Tues
day of last week.
Mrs. Jos. F. Herman, who has
been on the sick list, is able to be up
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Mattison ex
pect to leave for Nebish about the
end of this -month. Mr. Mattison,
who has resided here for more than
a year, has purchased a merchandise
store in Nebish.
Miss Ada Cluff has returned to re
sume her duties in Bemidji.
ited with Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor
Miss Mabel Hampl and Mrs. Roy
Gregg visited school last Monday.
Miss Mabel Hampl returned to Be
Miss Esther Krohn visited at the
W. F. Blakely home at Spur last Sat
Gladys Gregg returned to Bemidji
Miss Leonore Jameson spent the
week end at the ,C. J. Wild home.
Following are the election returns
for the Village of Tenstrike: Mayor,
Wm. Fellows clerk, Roy Gregg
treasurer, Mrs. Garrette Cronk coun
cilman, James Rice justices of the
peace, R. W. Fellows, Walter Wood
cock constables, Geo. Remington,
Chas. Bryant pondmasters, B. O.
Nelson, W. Lorn Taylor.
Delegates for Republican conven
tion: Paul Haluptzok, Jos. F. Her
Supervisor, R. J. Hayford asses
sor, C. A. Hicks treasurer, James
Jensen clerk, C. A. Matheny.
Supervisor, Henry Gripp clerk,
Jos. Hampl treasurer, Walter Rice
justice of the peace, Harry 0limit.
Port Hope Township
Supervisor, John W. Souder
clerk, Victor Jacobs treasurer, Ed.
Falls constable, R. A. Krohn.
SHEVLIN-MOOSE The last number of the Lyceum
course, the Hoosier Male Trio, will
be given at Shevlin in the M. W. A.
hall Wednesday evening, March 22.
This trio differs from the usual type
of male trio in that its music is of
the meritorious and inspiring sort,
and not chosen for the number of
laughs it can produce.
Lynn Gibb is the baritone and man
ager. Franklin C. Kidd is the tenor.
Donald Ashford plays the piano in a
way to please his hearers.
These Lyceum numbers so far have
proven very entertaining and worth
while, and this number is sure to be
one of the best of the series. A
large attendance is Urged.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith andl
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Olson, Mrs. Effie
Ferry of North Dakota, visited at the
Wimer home Sunday.
Mrs. Carl Thompson has been on
the sick list for some time. Dr.
Campbell called there Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frodahl visited at the
Fred Philip home Saturday after
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Harvey, Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Felek and Leona
Young were Sunday visitors at the
Joe Lewis home.
John Hoff spent Wednesday eve
ning at the Felch home.
Sadie Wimer has arrived home to
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Oscar Juline attended the Ameri
can Legion meeting in Shevlin Sat
John Syverson and John Adam
son were visitors at Mrs. C. Juline's
,ngusn nmiiwuuiii iladies
family visited art the Emil Juline j^rg, E. C. Rogholt. A large crowd
A 12-pound boy was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Otis Wimer of Moose Town
ship Wednesdav, March 1.
Mina Lewis, Katie and Pearl Har
ding were Sunday visitors at Mil
Rob. Foster drove to Bemidji last
Friday to visit friends.
Myrtle Bourcy spent Sunday with
Harold Searls spent the week end
Leon Young transacted business in
Shevlm last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Edwards and
family were Sunday visitors at the
Henry Wallin home. *---e:---
Bernice Olson has arrived home was carried out, and all ,enjoyed tut
for short vacation from school eving. Several
last Wednesday afternoon w.lh.**-.
Mrs E Rogholt A large crowd
was present. As no special business
came up the meeting was given over
to being sociable. Everyone had a
fine time. Several more blocks for
their autograph quilt were turned in
completed. The next meeting will
be April 12th with Mrs. Joe Johnson.
Henry Sawyer visited with his par
ents last Saturday evening enroute
home from Cass Lake, where he wen.
The patriotic entertainment given
by our teacher, Mrs. A. B. Frost laaC
Saturday night at the school house
was well attended a company of over
sixty being pesent. A very interest
ing program had been arranged and
were present Mrs
much credit for the success of the
evening, ail she worked hard to put
on aai intjeresiang'program and t.ie
"CASHES INl ON
His former tSacher* at Dakota
Business College, Fargo, N. D.,
were gratified to hear of the election
of J. J. Goehring as cashier of the
Minnesota State Bank of Amboy.
About 230 students of this unusual
school are now bank officers, 40
of them being women.
Dakota Business College attracts
a better class of students, gives bet
ter training, is called upon for help
by the better class of firms. No
wonder these graduates progress.
"Follow the .Successful." Now
is the time to begin. Write F. L.
Watkins, Pres., 806 Front St.*
Fargo, N D.
pupils assisted by doing their bes*.
The proceeds went to swell the funds
of the school Improvement Ciub.
Mrs. Joe Johnson is reported quite
seriously ill since last Friday.
The glee club met to practice last
Thursday evening, as they were a*v-
me atieuiuvFii. lnursuay ^vciiiug, "j
Mr. and Mrs. G, V. Heathman and to help with the program givea
f-iT"ily spent Sunday at the Fred
Philip home. Don't forget the date, March 26,
dance whichSaturdaydevenine Rolhe Willar home
was well attended.
Nelse Adamson is hauling sawdust
from Peterson's saw mill for Mr.
Henry Felt of Mallard transacted
business in Shevlin last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fradenburg and
family visited at the Geo. Fraden
burg home Sunday.
Mrs. Ole Olson and Mrs. E. Ferry
visited at the Joe Lewis and Harry
Bourcey homes Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Strandlien visited at
the L. Bredson home Sunday.
A birthday surprise party was giv
The Shevlin basketball team play
ed the return game at Fosston Satur
day evening. The score was 26 to 16
in favor of Fosston.
The Misses Bar, Gullranson, Le
nora Thorpe, and Mr. Fritchie and
daughter Pearl attended the basket
ball game in Fosston Saturday eve
Raleigh Philip returned to his work
at Art Luggais Friday.
Mrs. Pete Marsh, who has been or.
the sick list for the past few weeks,
is steadily gaining.
Carolina Krohn entertained the
Girls^ Sewing club at her home Wed
nesday evening. A delicious lunch
P. G. Traaseth and H. P. Frodahl
took Rev. Jerdee to Solway Sunday.
Syver, John and Harold Syverson
spent Saturday evening at the Nelse
The caucus held last Saturday, March
4th at Silver Lake school house for tac
town of Ten Lakes was very quiet.
There were" but very few Candidates
ready to accept an office. Howevei
the following were nominated: For
town clerk, Mr Nystrom and Alfred
Rogholt, For Supervisor Harry Gate3
and Frank Severson,For Treasurer,
Mr. Joseph Hammack and Albin Carl
son,For Justice of the Peace, H. Bot
ting and M. O. Rogholt, For Constable
Oscar Hoglum, and Alex Sawyer.
The committee, Alfred Rogholt and
Joe Johnson who were appointed by
the Silver Lake Farmers Club an
Ten Lakes Farm Bureau Unit to go io
Bemidji and confer with the County
Agent and others, reports a very oUc
cessful trip. They say the gentleman
of Bemidji treated them royally.
The Blue Ribbon Girls held their
regular meeting last Tuesday after
noon with Miss Myrtle Rogholt with
a full attendance. A nice lively meet
ing was held- They decided to cake
three months instead of two in which
to see how much they ccpld eacn
make a quarter grow f6r their Cluo.
One quarter grew in a month to one
dollar and a quarter.Miss Myrtle gave
a "spread to celebrate her return
The next meetingwill be April 4th.
They will meet with Miss Ruby Saw
Thee English Emmanual Aid
was hel at th and silver lake Farmers- CmOt Lake Far Burea Uni
will meet with Mr. and Mr*. K. O.
Nels Hanson helped E. M. Chase
butcher last Saturday.
Mrs. E. M Chase has been quite
sick with neuralgia of the face the
Miss Aesa Sawyer went to St. oc
the fust of the week to vibit fnuids,
.also to transact some other basne t.
Now is the age of economy
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We have a large stock and
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Auto Strop $3.50
Shaving Sticks 35c
Hair Clippers $2 to $3.50
Razor Strops ....75c to $3.50
Hones 50c to $2.00
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