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i New Building Idea. Atletapts lia\e been made to intro duce into Scandinavia a German sys tem ofnnildtog called "tljerniobanm." By this system the house is built of hollow wooden blocks. The blocks are dhidefl -Into small compartments by cardboards and are delivered ready i'o^ assembling. The outer wall is given a thin coating: of bard cement. While tbis system is too expensive in labor cost for Norway, it Is said to be excellent for insulation, as the air chambers are small and dry and the air cannot circulate. It is an adapta tion of the system used in the walls of refrigerating compartments on the for mer German transatlantic liners. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE PIONEER Mee Furniture and Undertaking Company H. N. McKEE Licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director PHONE 222-W RESIDENCE PHONE 222-R 120 THIRD STREET I+* "S"SB"i"S\ Huffman & O'Leary FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING O.M.OLSON LICENSED EMBALMER AND FUNERAL DIREC- TOR Day phone 17S Night phones 332 or 358 BmmldJI Floral Company CHOICE CUT FLOWERS & PLANTS ARTISTIC DESIGNS PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS 512 Beltrami Ave. Phone 418-W Bemidji Minn. PLUMBING AND HEATING 313 Fourth Street Phones 620-W620-R Robert J. Russell MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVJL WC,UMOPM OOMMfttOWM JM^.~. -&&:' ^e^Ms-" WORK WANTEDBy high school boy, evenings and Saturdays. Call 468-W 4t 11 7 WANTEDHotel help wanted. Ap ply to Mrs- Brinkman at the Grand theater. 4t 11 4 WANTEDA place to cook in a logging camp- Mrs. Alfred Smith R. &. 1, Box 18,'Bemidji, Minn 3t 11 6 WANTEDTwo experienced dining room firU. $10 a week, board and room. F. E. Rattcan, Grand Rap ids, Minn. 8t 11 7 WANTEDPosition by experienced housekeeper of hotel or rooming house. Must be in Bcmidji. Phone 913-W 6 11 7 WANTEDBoy from 12 to 16 to help on farm and go to school Mrs. Ray McKnight, Puposky, Box 3 6t 11 7 WANTEDYoung man, 18 to 20 years for general duties in an of fice. Address "Office Boy" care of Pioneer Pub. Co 5t 11 6 ROOMS WANTED2 or 3 unfurn ished or slightly furnished, cheap perhaps in outskirts, for storage and light housekeeping- Write R. A. Care of Pioneer. 3 11 4 WANTEDFirst class brick layers for work a Crookston. Apply G. Schwartz & company, St. Benedict, Crookston, Minnesota. 12t 11 13 WANTEDFirst class stenographer capable of taking rapid dictation and transcribing notes accurately. Some Clercial'work required. Ad dress "Stenographer" care of the Pioneer Pub. Co. 5t 11-6 WANTED Chicago Box & Crating Co., Bemidji and Cads 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 MEN WANTEDTo sell our goods in country and city. Why work for others when you can have a business of your own with a steady income. We sell goods on time and wait for^our money. Team or auto needed for country work, no outfit neeftd in city. Experience unnecessary we train in salesmanship McConnon & Com pany, Winnona, Minn. Mention this paper It 11 4 Man Wanted in Beltrami County The Lange Company wants a man In Beltrami County territory, also City of Bemidji. to sell their large line of remedies, extracts, spices, tea, coffee, pure food products, etc Minnesota territory being rapidly taken up This offers an exceptional opportunity to the right man. as he steps right Into an old, established, profitable trade, without cost. Write us at once for full particulars The Lange Co., DePere, Wis. A*l, 900*00*1 Geo* A owner Give description and price Address "A" Crre of Pioneer 2t 11 6 WANTEDWant to hear from owner having farm for sale give particulars and lowest price. John J. Black, Minnesota street, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin- 9U1-18 Sats. .ACTIVE J&2PRESENTATIVE wrnted by Aarge Wholesale house of high standing. Unlimited earn ing possibilities with opportunity to build permanent trade selling complete line of staples in con stant use. connection with a real future. State Age and full details. John Sexton^A Co. Chica go, 111 It 11 4 WANTEDIndustrious men and women wanted to retail the gen uine Watkins Products in City territories. Exceptional opportun ity to tie up with oldest and larg est company of its kind. Our hustlers average income is $1.10 an hour. ATe you doing as well? If not, write today for free sarn ies and particulars The J. R. Watkins Co., Dcpt. 82 Winona Minn. 4t Sats. 11 25 I EfiRRBTT FOR RENTNice modern furnish ed rooms. 515 Bemidji ave. Phone 310. tf FOR RENT4 rooms unfurnished and 2 rooms furnished rooms 806 America avenue. 4t 11 4 FOR RENTStrictly modern furn ished rooms at 1002 Beltrami ave nue. Ot 11 7 FOR RENTModern furnished room close in. Phone 983-J 4t 10- 30 FORTRENT Large modern furnish ed room, 1023 Minnesota Ave Call 817-E- -18tf FOR RENTStrictly modern furn ished room, 820 Beltrami avenue Phone 738. 8t 11 14 FOR RENTOne 2 room apartment and one three room apartment with private bath, furnished or un furnished. New Kaplan building. 10 28tf FOR RENTFurnished steam heat ed room with private bath. 1021 Bemidji avenue. Phone 786-W 10 31 tf FOR RENTModern furnished room two blocks from the Normal and two blocks from the High school. 1302 Bemidji Avenue. Phone 452-W 11 2 tf FOR RENTAll modern 3 room apartments furnished ground floor Bath in connection. Combination wood and gas range. Possession at once. 1011 Dewey avenue. Phone MtiF* 3t 11 7 WOOD FOR SALE call 927. Troppman's, 1 10-7tf FOR SALESinger sewing machine Phone 673-W 4t 11 7 FOR SALEElectric auto warmer 1012 Doud avenue. 4t 11 3 Bv Charles Sughroe 5V40 ^4 fromFOR SALEUnderwood typewriter, desk and Land Co Duxbury tf. FOR SALE16 inch tamarac wood Also 7-foot tamarac. Phone 2-F-4 Carle Opsata. 11-6 FOR SALEOak 'side board in per fect condition $15. Flat topped Flemish oak desk $25 Phone 349 3t 11 4 FOR SALEDry 16 inch slab wood price $2.75 to $3-25 per load. Can make immediate delivery. Phone 82. Chicago Box & Crating Co- 6tll-9 FOR SALE30 cal. rifle. 320 rounds of ammunition $20. See Phil Olin Care of Dr. Larson & Larson. 3t 11 5 FOR SALE OR TRADEFord Run about in good running order. Will trade for wood. Koors Bros. Co. 10 26 tf FOR SALEFurniture, canned fruit one Monarch range, also rugs and other articles. Phone 960J. 801 Mississippi avenue. 11 4 5t FOR SALEOne Magic Empire Oak heater, burns wood or soft coal. Price $7.50 to first party who calls at the Pioneer. 4 11 -4 FO RSALEOne team&b bay geld ings 4 and 5 years old. Weight about 3200. If interested write R. J. Moran, Dugdale, Minn. 5t 11 7 FOR SALE Wardrobes,- Bed springs, blankets, chairs, Bed linens, and curtains. W sell separate or in one lot. Jefferson Hotel. "ffitlB tf LENS LOSTLarge "size', a^ close of Nor Minn Fair between grand stand exhibit booths Creamery. Reward RichPhone 570-W Ind Koors finder 3t Jrl 7 -& FOR SALELegal blanks of all hand. Mail orders promptly filled, kinds. Complete stodjt always at For quick service, aejkd your or ders to the BemSdJl Book ft Sta tionery Co., BenlfdjL 6-24tf FOR SALE~-Rubber stamps of all kinds made to order. Stamp pads, all sizes and colors. Corporation and notarial seals, daters, rubber printing outfits. Mail orders Sromptly filled. Bemidji Book & tationery Co.. Bemidji. 6-24tf FOR SALEOne, six horse-power saw rig, gas engine combined. Will sell for -$100 or trade for good dry birch wood. Mrs. L. A. Ward 703 Beltrami avenue. Phone 351. 10 28tf TOO MANY CARS FOR SALE!We offer your choice at a very low price.1922 Dodge, 1920 Dodge, 1917 Dodge, 1921 Ford. Prices are right for cash or bankable paper. Duxbury Land Co. 9-30tf FOR SALEWood Hay, 4 ft. a nd 1 poplar and pme wood $5 per cord. 4 ft. tamarac $6 ner-'cord. 4 ft Oak, Birch $8:00. Meadow tomithy and Clover hay. N. E. Tuller, 503 Irvine avenue. Phone 542 6t 11-4 FOR SALE80 acres 6 1-2 miles form Bemidji, 3-4 mile from school and Community hall and Farmers' store. About 11 acres cleared and broke. Priced right and on easy terms. Barney Priggs 5183 Thorpe ave, Ad& Minn. 6t 11 8 mi ii*x SfOL as**., icftl**? v^e J- LOST r FOUND FOUNDAutomobile tire, tube and rim. Owner can have same by proving property and paying for this ad. Phone 437-J 3t 11 6 LOSTBlack curly dog betwteen Wes Wright farm and Bemidji on Sunday afternoon. If seen call L. R. at the Pioneer office. tf LOSTBoston Bull dog, 7 months old. Color, brown. Harness on. Finder please return to F. G. Troppman for reward. 3t 11 6 LOSTUpper set of false teeth be tween the Elko and Park avenue4. Finder please leave at the Pioneer office. 1 1 3 COULDN'T FEASE THAT GIRL Restaurant Waitress Was Familiar With Her Own or Any Other of the Known Languages. "Scrambled eggs," ordered a custom er in a city market restaurant. "Milk toast," murmured his companion, who was not feeling well. "Scramble two and a grave-yard stew," sang out the waitress with tbe Titian hair. "Here," corrected the second man, "I want milk toast." "You'll get it, Buddy," replied the girl. "That's what they call milk toast down in Pittsburgh, where I worked." The two customers held a confer ence and decided to 'put one over" on the "fresh young thing" from Pitts burgh. The first one wanted a glass of milk and the second a cupful of black coffee. When the girl appeared to put a "set up" of tbe restaurant artillery in front of the men the second man gave the following order: "A bottle of lacteal fluid for my friend and a scuttle of Java with uo sea foam for me." "Chalk one an' a dipper of Ink," shouted tbe girl. She didn't even grin.The Arkllght Somewhat Odd Phrases. "We use many phrases very glibly," said a college professor, "which have an entirely different meaning from the one we Intended. We all speak, for Instance, ot a man being a scholar and a gentleman. It's supposed to bo highly complimentary. Now I ha\e spent the moit of my life trying to be a scholar and I hope I am a gen tleman, but why should wp make the distinction? Another phase Insults a much larger class. It Is the use of the word 'but' In the phrase, 'poor but honest.' This Is a confession, of course, that It is a remarkable thing for a poor man to be_ honest." Words of Wisdom. NedDarling, say the words that will make me the happiest man in the world. EdnaShall I really? NedOh, if you only wonld. EdnaWell, then, stay singlySon Dodger. Uses Radio Telephone. The fire department chief in a New Jersey city has equipped bis automo bile with a radio telephone to en able blm to keep in touch with head quarters at a** limes. PALMISTRY Phone 667 for Appointment 613, Fifth Street IDA HALLADEY i.rlfi')ji ^0% COOVOMY WdWBtt Aft r-wJ Ladies' Tailoring era. Reaaenaela Prices A. HENDRICKS Phone 540-W Over Gill Brat. Slot* 4^P RS Larson& Larson SPECIALISTS EXAMINING EYES FITTING GLASSES Office, First Floor 213 Third St. Office Phone 131 Re*. 310 Insurance that INSURES Protection that PROTECTS The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the U. S. DARNER, District Mgr. Phone 148-J You Know How Women Are All Want Ads Mutt Be Cash Is Our Specialty Pressing, cleaning, repairing and tailoring of all Idnda. Because of the detail of collecting we can not undertake to open accounts for small amounts, therefore cash mast accompany adexcept for those who have open accovmts with us. Suits Made to Order Naw Fall and Winter samplee ara BUSINESS AND i PROFESSIONAL B. J. Martin, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Northern National Bank Bids. Office Phone 55 Residence 805 DRS. Johnson ez Borreson Physicians and Surg BEMIDJI. MINN. Or. E. A. Shannon Physician and Surgeon OFFICE la Lamon Bloak ?HONE 396 RES. OT Dr. E. H. Smith Physician and Surgeon OFFICE. Security Bank Bleak PI OFF DRS. GiJmore & McCann Physicians and Surgeons OFFICE, Milaa Bio-* Dr. E. H. Marcurn Physician and Surgeon BARKER BUILDING Hoarsi 11-12 a. m p. sa. 1 PkoaeaOffice 802, Ras., 211 DRS. Garlock & Garlock Eye EarNoseThroat GLASSES FITTED 217% Third St. Barker BIk. Dr. Earl R. Two CHIROPRACTOR Phone 316 Troppman Bldg. DRS. Northrop & Beraton Osteopathic Physicians Battles Bid*. Bemidji, Mian. PHONE 153-W Dr. A. Dannenberg BeBslojrs Pioneer Cbhropraetar Palmar Gradual* FIRST NATL BANK BLDG. Phone 401.W BamldJI DENTISTS Dr. G. M. Palmer Dentist and Orthodontist BARKER BUILDING BanuajL Mlaa. Dr. A. J. Melby DENTIST Over Baawhasa's Draa Stoaa Pk**40* Baaidjl FOR SALE 4 room bungalow, lot 100x201 ft One block east from Lincoln school. $1800, $300 down and $20 monthly payments, without inter est. Will be ready to occupy about November 1st.. W, N. BOWSER ROOM 10 O'LEARY-BOWSER BLDG. Residence phone 882 $* A% If' -J*Sl?