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THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER V, 1S*
WANT ADSCost lc a word for first insertion Yzc a word for subsequent consecutive insertions No Ad Taken for Less Than 25c Haling-Walker Electrical Co. Phone 202-J 119 Third St. ELECTRICAL WIRING of all kinds. PROMPT SERVICE ON TROUBLE CALLS We also handle a complete line of National Mazda LAMPS WE DELIVER Phone 202-J McKee Furniture and Undertaking Company H. N. McKEE Licensed Embahner and Funeral Director PHONE 222-W RESIDENCE PHONE 222-R 120 THIRD STREET Huffman & O'Leary FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING O. M. OLSON LICENSED EMBALMER AND FUNERAL DIREC- TOR Day phone 178 Night phone* 332 or 358 AUTO SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS AND WE WORK BOTH NIGHT AND DAY WARD BROTHERS PHONE PHONE COUNTRY TRIPS A SPECIALTY i Seren-passenajer Buicka ,31 Seven passenger Enclosed Dodges end Dodge Tour* ing carsa motor for ev* err occasion. i*iiininammnimmiiiinniiiK MIKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL VMELU, wvvewe, 1 MOO AREMT WANTEDGirl at Markham hotel 2t 10-6 WANTEDMaid, call telephone 44-F-2. 4d 10-9 WANTEDChamber maid at once at Markham Hotel. 2t 10-2 WANTEDBoarders at 417 Minn, ave. Phone 732-w. StlO-7 WANTEDCompetent maid, phone 886, 1202 Bemidji avenue. 2tl0-6 WANTEDFour lady students fo? room and board ?5 a week, .509 12th street. 8t 10-13 WANTED.Teachers? and mens' laundry, will call for and deliver. Phone 7001W. 4t 10-7 WANTED TO RENTj Five or more rooms, modern. E. L. care of Pioneer. 3t 10-6 WANTEDGood, safe, dry place to store furniture for the winter. Phone 199-J. 3tl0-6 WANTEDWashing to do at home will call for and deliver all wash ings. Tel. 432-W. 4t 10-6 WANTEDGirl for general house work on farm. Good wages. In quire at 417 Minnesota. 6t 10-6 WANTEDCarload of tamarack wood for quick shipment, see Har old Kerr at Clifford & Co.. 3t-10-5 WANTEDWork after school and Saturdays by young man attend ing high school. Call or see Mrs. Hammersley at the Pioneer office. 6tl0-T GOVERNMENT Railway Mail Clerks start $133 month expenses paid, vacation with pay. No strikes or shut-downs. Specimen .examina tion free. Columbus Institute, Col umbus, Ohio. E. D. Wed. WANTED-i-Will have truck at Be midji on or about Oct. 6th and wish a return load to Grand. Forks call or write L. B. Hilary Trans fer and Storage, East Grand Forks. 3t 10-5 WANTEDCordwood, lath bolts, Pulpwood, or seed potatoes or live stock as down payment of $1.00 per acre for 6000 acres of lands in the Bemidji district. 10 to 30 years time at 6 percent on bal ance. J. J. Opsahl, 1101 Bemidji avenue, phone 177. 6td 10-10 WANTEDMen with teams to haul and sell wood, 16 inch hard maple three cords for $5- Cash in the woods. All cut evenjtength out of sound body trees. All winter job Woods four miles straight south from Nymore. Apply to L. F. Taylor, R. R. No. 3. 6t 10-10 WANTED Chicago Box & Crating Co., Bemidji and Cass Lake fac tories, are in the market at all times for logs and boxwood bolts. Write, giving quantity, description, location and price. Address main office, Bemidji. 9-7tf FORRBff FOR RENT rooms, unfurnished, upstairs. 710 America ave. 4tl0-5 FORRENT^Store facing^th'street steam heated. Bemidji Hardware Co- 9-25tf GotuGs "C Sefc MB VUORKWiG MUCH LOUG6R1 WE OOSY -THAT VJtU, MM M RlCH FOR RENTGarage. 710 America ave. 4t 10-5 FOR RENTTwo garages at 416 America avenue. Phone 674-W. 4d 10-9 FOR RENT9 room house moderen except heat. 411 Minnesota ave nue. 2d 10-6 FOR RENTUnfurnished rooms for light housekeeping, 407 Minneso ta avenue. 3t 10-7 FOR SALEStudebaker 4 touring car. Address 905 America avenue "Phone 934. 2td 10-6 FOR RENTLarge modern furnish ed room, 1023 Minnesota Ave. Call 317-K. 6-16tf FOR RENT2 rooms upstairs for light housekeeping, 815 Mississip pi Avenue. 4t 10-7 FOR RENTStrictly modern furn ished room. 820 Beltrami *ave. Phone 738. 8tl0-4 FOR RENTFive rooms in house modern except heat. Inquire at 401 Park Avenue. 3d 10-5 FOR RENTLarge front room furn ished, suitable for two, 417 Minn, ave. Phone 732-W. 6t 10-7 FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms. Call 131 or 310. 5J5 Bemidji Ave., lake front. 8-30tf FOR RENTTwo rooms for light housekeeping, furnished also ga rage. 423 Fourth St 9-15tf FOR RENTFive room modern furnished house. Family with no children preferred. Phone 314. 10-2 tf 1 FQ OH FOR SALEFurniture. Phone 693 4t 10-6 FOR SALEChevrolet touring car Price $300. Inquire. Inquire 219- 2nd street. 41 10-6 FOR SALEFour room house on Bemidji avenue. Very reasonable Terms. Phone 983-W. 3t 10-5 FOR SALEMan's fur lined over coat. Beaver collar. Very' reason able. Call 692. 5tl0-5 FOR SALEOne 1920 model five, ton Holt Catipillar Tractor, at a snap. Bemidji Auto Co. 8-29tf FOR SALEShow case, cheap if taken at once. Apply Bemidji Book & Stationery Co. Phone 799-J. 9-2 ltf LADIES desiring Spirella corsets, accessories or children's- waists. Call 902. Mrs. Nellie Crowell, Cor setier. 12t l0*-9 FOR SALE OR RENTFive room house furnished or part of it. Ap ply on premises, 1237 Dewey ave nue 4t 10-7 FOR SALESeven room house on 723-llth street. Lot 100x140. Part cash and balance terms. Inquire at 700 America. 5t 10-5 FOR SALECorner acre lot at 26th and Bemidji avenue. Very reason able. If interested write M. J. care of Pioneer. 4U0-5 FOR SALERubber stamps of all kinds made to order. Stamp pads, all sizes and colors. CorpoBfttion and notarial seals, daters, rubber printing outfits. Mail orders Sromptlyy miieEr RESULTS, STATE CLEARIftrWHAT YOU filled. Bemidji Book ft tationer Co.. Bemidji. -24tf By Charles Soghtoe 0 Wmtm tsktytfa Union \wneu -rwe/ CAR AW woo* A TOR MBMRMV DAILY PIONEER J/ff 4- Give correct addressphone number, if anyso that interested parties may com- municate with you without a lot of trouble. BRING IT TO OUR "WANT AD" DESK FOR SALEReed Baby carriage. Phone 322. 4d 10-9 FOR SALE1916 Ford touring car- Good running condition. Price $100, inquire at Puposky -postoffice. 5dl0-7. FOR SALEExtra choice Ru|set potatoes, order your supply to day from 'the Croon Dairy farm or phone 136-W. 4t 10-6 FOR SALEThor electric washing machine. Also dining table and wood heater. Party leaving town Call this week at 1103 Mississip pi venue. 3d 10-7 FOR SALELegal blanks of all hand. Hail orders promptly filled, kinds. Complete stock always at For quick service, send your or ders to the Bemidji Book A Sta tionery Co., Bemidji. 6-24tf FOR SALEGood seven room house partly modem, with garage and barn. Also four room house, three blocks from business section. In quire ,pf 606 Fourth street, 6tl0-7 TOO MANY CARS FOR SALEWe offer your choice at a very low price1922 Dodge, 1920 Dodge, 1917 Dodge, 1921 Ford. Prices are right for cash or bankable paper. Duxbury Land Co. 9-30tf FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE320 acres improved Red River valley Steele county,-N. D. Five and one half miles from town. 270 acres in cultivation balance hay and pas ture. Write dwneY James M. Tay lor, Hope, N. D., Route 2. 2tl0-6 FOR SALECheap, 1 large Oak, roll top desk, 1 large Oak flat top desk table with plate glass top. Also farm lands, Lake shore home tracts. Cordwood, lath bolts, pulp wood, seed potatoes, or live stock accepted as down payments. Morris J. Opshal, 1101 Bemidji avenue, Phone 177. 6t 10-10 FOR SALE160 acres, northwest quarter of section 24, township 150-R25, Itasca county. This was cut over lest year has large quan tity of valuable timber.left Fine land for farming. Country for miles level, deep rich soil no sand Location seven miles from Big Fork village, good roads all the way, one half mile from state road No. 61. R. F. Beall, Deer River. 5t 11-2 $1000,% DOWN SECURES FARM 80 ACRE MINNESOTA LAND on Yellowstone trail, 2 miles to creamery, near neighbors mail de livered, heavy rich black loamclay subsoil, good well: 2 story home good condition, barn, hen house, granary, several out-buildings this farm has produced 55 bushels of corn, 50 of oats per acre, wonderful opportunity to lbcate in the richest section of Minnesota. Details of this and other remarkable bargains in Sperry's new farm! catalog) just out, copy free. Sperry Realty and Investment Co., Pittsburgh Bldg., St. Paul ,Minn. 2d 10-4 and 10-7 Palmistry and Card Read ings At 633 riftU strsst Hours: 2 p.m. until S p-m. Evealafs from 7 to 9 Appointments made by phone. Csu 807, Id* Kalladty. Gtfcs 6om POTM t*u.e& uaw rn-ASnes, wvwwe "p^" t- WANT TO SELL OR BUY FOR SALE OR FOR RENTGrain and stock farm at Brandon, Manitoba Canada. I am also offering a grain and stock form close to Brandon. This is, considered one of the best equipped farms in North Brandon district, which is considered one of the finest farming districts in Mani toba. It comprises 640 acres of heavy black level land and is all fenced and cross fenced with woven wire. The buildings are most complete and modern and have stabling accom modations for 25 head of horses and 100 head of cattle. There is an up to date pigeon pen on the farm and good granaries, hen house, imple ment shed and ice house. The dwell ing is exceptionally good and has hot air heating. There is a good well and plenty of water which can be pumped into the barns. This would make an ideal home for the right men and his family and is particularly well laid out for a modern grain and stock farm. Heavy yields of grain are pro duced each yecr in this district and the community is one of the most prosperous and best in western Can ada. There is a 'good village with three elevators just two miles from the farm, and Brandon with a popu lation of 18,000 and just ten miles distent on a high graded main road is one of the best market towns in Western Canada. There is a good school on the farm and a church close by. The farm is in a high state of cultivation and ready to produce a big revenue each year for the man who will give it the proper atten tion. I will also sell this property on part crop payment to party who has plenty of help of his own and I can give possession on either of the above properties at any time.' The price is reasonable and the taxes .^re only a very small amount each year. If you arc interested write to the owner, J. D. McGregor, Brandon Manitoba, Canada. Watch this space next week for advertisement describing a two thousand acre farm which I am offering in Alberta and which would be suitable for several families to trke together. It 10-5 LOST r FOUND FOUNDCrocheted baby's cap Finder would like to have the baby left at this office or call and get the cap. 3t 10-7 LOSTCoat on Birchmont road. Finder return to G. W. Cochran at residence or Birchmont farm for reward. 3tl0-6 LOSTSunday night on Irvine ave nue or from Bemidji to Cass Lake road) one saw and spiral drill stamped "M. E. H." and M. E. Heggie. Return to 812 Irvine ave. for reward. 3t 10-6 TODAY'S BLUNDER C0RRK1B_ Framed pictures that are striking ly dissimilar should not be grouped on the wall. Big Ship. "Thpy have elevators, swlnim'Dg pools" I "A big steamer, hey?" "You can play golf on tlie upper deck." Advised to Jump. "What's Blinks ffofng to do with Ills new noiseless typewriter?" "If he takes my advice he'll marry her."Life. Hi rttrr. CARR LAKE Mr. and Mrs- A. P. Vockman, Mrs. Blotter, Ruby Chilton, Mrs. Ed Lar son and niece Ethel Larson attended the Cass Lake fair last week. The Little Citizens League held A meeting at the school house Fri day afternoon, Sept. 29 at 2 o'clock, giving a fine program which was well received by the visiting mothes anl friends which were, Mrs. Moen, Mrs. Fenske, Mrs. Flom, Mrs. Cloutare, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Alton, Mrs. Swanberg, Mrs. Stout, Mrs. Malone and Miss Ethel Larson and Edith Rako. Chester, and Raymond Swanberg and Lyle Alton joined the Bemidji Boys' band. We wish them' luck. Messrs. Albert Moen, Chester and Walter Larson, Misses Myrtle Meth ven, Florence Geror and Zthel Lar son and Mrr and Mrs. Rako and daughter motored to Itasca State park Sunday- ^issfofiary W. S. Cummings mo tored to Solway and Frotenac Sunday. Mrs. J. Severson and son Jarl and Mrs. Fored and children were visitors at Mr- and Mrs- Elmer Alton Saturday afternoon. There will be no school this week on account of our teachers attending the Teachers Institute and convention in Bemidji. Miss Ethel Rako called upon Mrs. Frank Alberg Saturday night. Mrs. Peter Slouatre and Mrs Charles Stout were .callers at the home of Missionary and Mrs- W- S Cummings Sunday afternoon. Fred Warner and Leslie Chilton returned from North Dakota last week- Tho Bemidji Farmers' club will meet at the Carr Lake school house Saturday, October 7th. Mrs- Harry Boyer and Miss McCowan as hos tesses. The Parents and Teacher associa tion will hold their first meeting t the school house Wednesday evening October 11th at 8 o'clock, after which a reception will be given to the teachers, also a musical and lit erary entertainment. The parents and friends arc cordial ly invited. Mrs- Hazel Jensen ond daughter Geraldine from Los Angeles, Calif., were guests at a luncheon at Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Alton's home Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Groff, teacher at Guthrie, Minn, was a visitor at the school last week- Mr. and Mrs- John Patterson and Mis. Charles Stout motored to Be midji Wednesday. Mrs- Leslie Chilton was a caller at the Mr- and Mrs. Rako home Mon day evening. Mr. Thompson is erecting a mod em bungalow near the Carr Lake school. The Car Lake Union Sunday school was held at the usual hour with a good attendance. Mrs. W- S. Cummings, Misses Delia McGleUan, '.Caroline Lubeck, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stout and Mi*, ana Mrs. Leslie Chilton and family attended the Choral Union concert at Bemidji Sunday night. The Clothing Project will meet at the Carr Lake school house Friday afternoon, October 13. All that wish to have forms made, please attend- All Want Ads Must Be Cash Because of the detail of collecting we can not underUkt to open accounts for small amounts, therefore cash must accompany adexcept for those who have open accounts with us. A. E. RAKO Licensed Auctioneer Phone 26-F-12 hi]i ii ij 'Cross Crossings' Cautiously 9UV -foU^irXttO APW0UOH?AWV PVAM MMe*Re*. lAM^OO, to 1HBE\ n PACEFTVI BUSINESS AND i PROFESSIONAL 3 DOCTORS B. J. Martin, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Northern National Bank Bldg. Office Phone 55 Residence 501 DRS. Johnson & Borreton Physicians and Surfcoae I BEMIDJI, MINN. Dr. E. A. Shannon Phyaictan and Surgeon OFFICE in Lnnon Block .HONE 3M RES. 37 Dr. E. H. Smith Physician and Surgaon OFFICE. Security Bank Black DRS. Gilmore & McCann Physician* and Surgeon* OFFICE, Miles Blo* Dr. E. H. Marcum Physician and Surgeon BARKER BUILDING Hennt 11-12 n. m.--3-5 Phone*Office 602, Re., 211 DRS. Garlock & Garlock EyeEarNoseThroat GLASSES FITTED 217Va Third St. Barker Blk. Dr. Earl R. Two CHIROPRACTOR Phone 316 Troppman Bldg. DRS. Northrop & Berston Osteopathic Physicians Battle* Bldg. Bemidji, Minn. PHONE 153-W Dr. A. Dannenberg BenUdjfs Pioneer Chiropractor Palmer Graduate FIRST NATL BANS! BLDG. Phone 401-W BemMjl i DENTISTS Dr. G. M. Palmer Dentist and Orthodontist BARKER BUILDING Baminji, Minn. Dr. A. J. Melby DENTIST Over PaeneOS Drag Store j- Bemidji FOR RENT Sevenroom houae, barn, chicken honae and five acres of land, $15 per month. FOR SALE Building, story and half, 16x24 sided and painted $750.00 to be moved. W. N. BOWSER ROOM 10 O'LEARY.BOWSER BLDG.