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FftlDAY EVENING, NOVgMftgilM, -tfgrtoto**-
midji Thursday
$50,0()0 to loan on farms, Dean
Land Company. 1-lStf
Mrs. C. W. Vandersluis left on the
morning train today for Walker to
spend the week end there.
See us about your geese or turk
ey for Thanksgiving. B. A. Kolbe &
Co., located at foot of 2nd. street on
M. & I. RR. track*. 4t 11 27
Mrs. Wm. Blakeley of Farley vis
ited friends and shopped in Be
midji between trains yesterday.
1 cent Candy sale. Bemidji ca ndy
store Friday and Saturday 3t 11 25
N i I
J. LeRoy Elwell. president o& tlje
Farmers State Bankwill leave this
evening for the Twin Ctiies to trans
act business.
WWh ember 23, a daughter. Mother and
baby are doing nicely.
You can buy another pound of
candy for 1 cent Friday and Sat"
urday at Bemidji Candy store.
3t 11 25
Miss Julia Newton, state homfi,fde
monstration leader, .St. Paul/ attend*
ed the farmers' meeting in Bemidji
yesterday and addressed --Che meet
ing. She^&feejm the early morning
tram for -ffiTernational Falls where
a similar meeting is being held to
day
Item* for tlui column will be ghuBy *&***$ i^HnHlfitm
my, ttlaffain* 11* Reftrs owe it ttt Aeir t.
thenuehms to seo that item* of load intent* reported.
Every item .will tw given proper coftitiftknratioa vi^^ibe spurc*
known.
Allen Fort of Efckles Was a bettfiin
train business visitor in Bemidji
Thursday.
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Fred Barker of Wilton was a be
tween train business visitor in Be- fee* aboat your geese or turk
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Short of help this year^Co^he
in earlyThe Hakkerup Studio,
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Mr. and Mrs. Seth Smith- rif Bla
cida autoed to Bemidji Thursday and
called en friends and attended the
farmers' meeting.
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See us about your geese or turk
ey for Thanksgiving. B. A. Kolbe &
Co located at foot of 2nd. street on
M. & I. RR. tracks., .^s-ft 11 57
A. E. Witting of Blaekdqek, past
president of. the farm bureau spent
yesterday in Bemidji attending the
farmers' meting,
One dozen photggraphs majte.12
Xmas piescnts. "telephone' 239, The
Hakkerup Studio and-make appoint
ment. 11 16 tf
to Mr. and -Mrs.* Clarense jtootogfjph. Call the Hakkerup Stu-
of Northern Thursday, Nov-^ 0 aji
-ihcrtte d2g
Steer beef pot roast ife..
bw
Rolled rem lb. r. -20c
Steaks
Porter liousa
T-Bone
Sirloin, M.
Round
mak
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FREkrf CDUNTRlT #ORK
iltfe prk lb
Roa&t lb? ..-vt ftf* S
Fresh spiare ribs lb $
New Kraut jfer tff.
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Heinz' mince meat in bulk, lb. .%8c
W will supply^our customers with fan
cy turkey at- pfcr lbr r.*- 39c-'
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A 'son w$s barn yesterday $0 Mr.
aftd'M^s. Rdp 1*tu$, 220 Irvine ave
nue soiith. Mofchej-and baby are get
ting1
alorijg n|clyw
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ThBnksgfyihg. B. A. Kolbe &
Co., located at foot of 2nd. street on
M. & I. RRf fcracks., 4t 11 27
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Mr. and Mrs. Thos- Porte and Mrs.
Ofofcrtes Zajhp of, Northern attended
the farmers' meeting aiid dinner in
Bemidji yesterday.
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Studio open Sundays or you may
make appointment for sitting any
evening. Hakkerup Studio. 11 16tf
^Mr. and JWrir Harrj, .Arnold and
Mr. and Mrs. John Noet f Northern
drove to Bemidji Thursday and at
tended the farmers' dinner.
Co)ne in and hear President Hard
ing's voice on the Victrola. Bemidji
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$x^ an Mrs. Wm. Sehrpeder jof
Grant. Valley were among the *wn-
ber^who attended the farmer's meet
ing and dinner in Bemidji yester-
,ife ii.
There-will be square {fencing too
at the Community club dance at the
pkvfy axmery^Frjd^fy Igh^- 1 11 23
I Mrs. E. ,Q. Xincolij, who has vis
ited Tier sister,' Mrs Olva Hayth,
Irvine avenue, for a month return
ed to her home at Park Rapids
Thursday.
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Are you keeping Friday night
otfen for the Community Club dance?
I. It 11 23
Mrs. %E, M^ Pendergrast spent
Wednesday in Bemidji shopping and
was an. afternoon guest at the home
of Mrs. A, P. RitSiie, returning to
her farm home that evening
ybu mly give them except your
appointment for
that'Xma$ photography 11 16 tf
Mrs. H. N.'Haiding of Cass Lake
was the guest of Miss Lucy Dunni
an in Bemidji yesterday, returning
jto -her home th^K ntormng. She also
attended the State Teachers College
concert last evening.
J. Fe^CA, who-has been-ihe ^jest,
of shs si^eC^tfrs. J. q^ Parker and
family, 2G Seventh street for.v^hei
past month left last night for Still-.
water where he will visit his sisters
before returning to his home at
Grand Forks
Farrels Niit Gutter dr cream of miFTfi 29c
MEAT SPECIALS
lie
MtU -i*k wirifi-sf
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LUDEFISK, PER POUND 10c
ff]^,.nq.f'j!.ij
M. IBerfeon fetaSfnetf to Bemidji
Wednesday from r*oposky where he
went Tuesday to ttansact business:
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E. E. SohuHre of-Tenstfrikft trans
acted business in Bemidji yester
day and steaded the farmers' meet
ing returning td his home in the
late afternoon.
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opal Guild will hold a food
kalAon^rrow .afternoon at the Gas
'office^ It 11 24
Mrs. E, W. Wilson and little
daughter-Marianne returned home
thife,WornUig from Mitineajiolis where
they have been the guest of relatives
for aujtew days tlnVweek.
,Mr. aftd MftRt J. J. McCurdy of
Eask Bemidji attended the Farmer's
club-meeting and dinner in Bemidji
yesterday and were 6 o'clock supper
guests of Mr. and Mrs. D, C. Dvor
acek.
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Don't miss that candy sale Friday
and Saturday. Something new that
you never had before at the Bemidji
Candy, store. 3t 11 25
Mr. and-Mrs. Benard Landgren
anil Children, Vein and Marie of
liberty called on friends while shop
ping in thes city Wednesday.), They
report the 'roads in pretty poor con
dition.
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Mark Thompson 0 Duluth in
charge osf land clearing in Northern
Minnesota spent .yesterday in Be
midji. He was one the speakers
at the Farmers' meeting leaving this
morning for International Falls.
You take no photos from Rich
Studio unless #ietures and prices
more than please you. 29-10th st.
Phone 570-W 6tll-2a
RolancU Henrioorette motored to
Bemidji, fropi itas^ca State Park
where he is employed, Wednesday
afternoon and transacted business
here and also visited his mother
Mrs. C. k. Knopke.
Dr. and Mrs. E- H- Marcum 603
Bemidji avenue, have as their guest
her mother,.Mrs. W. L. Davies of
Crookston. After making a visit in
Bemidji she wiiU go to Chicago to
spend th* remainder of the winter.
The ladies of the A. R. Circle
wilLhold thfcir annual bazaar and
a cafeteriar lunch and an old time
dance, Saturday evening at Moose
Hall. A chrge of ten cents will be
made for'each dance.
Following is the menu:
barker House Rools- Butter
i JJfcaet $^k. 1 Mashed Potatoes
-'"r- Brovftt Gravy
Cahbage Salai. Baked Beans
Pickles Cheese Coffee
Pie and Cake.
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GROCERY SPECIALS
Phoiie 92 7
Onions bushel baattet $1.00
Monarch pute preserves 17 3o
3 for $1-9 9
3
6 6 Preserves 2 0 29c
Use this in place of high priced butter
Pnli3ade Salmon Medium red Alaska
tall cans 19
Slrained-holnay^ qt. jars
^k^te^t4* lb sack
Flaney cream, chees per lb^.
Box apples Roman Beauty, and Wagner
extra fancy, fancy and choice all at per
box,. $1*69
2t 11 25
Mrs. J-.tCi Hill and little daugh-
ter,"* ViWrinia. and her sister, Mis.s
Irene Haunke, will leave this eve
ning for the latter's home at Still
water. Miss Haunke has visited in
Bemidji for several wfceks. Mrs. Hill
'aexpect* to visit her patents at -StiU
ijfo ate&Art ^ogMfryefr Y&&-
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.48c
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Fresh storage eggs per doz 36c
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Bulk apples, bushel basket. Your -last
chance at this price, they are going fast
$1.0 0
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STORE CLOSED ALL DAY THANKSGIV INa OPEN EVENING BEFORE
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35c
HOLjJ T*OOD SALE
The Episcopal GMild will hold
food bale Saturday afternoon'in tjie'
Ga Co1npaty's,'Offieet
Thj& memoers of the Cradle Roll
department and their mothers are
being entertained tfiis afternoon
from 3 until 5 o'clock in the base"-r
ment of the. Presbyterian church
DEGREE OF HONOR GIVES
MRS. GEISER BEMIDJI SCENE
In appreciation of her services in
behalf of the local Degree of Honor
order, the members presented Mrs.
Lois Geiser, grand presidnti a "Be-
miaji scene" at the meeting last
night- Bemidji js a favorit with
Mrs. Geiser and she is always glad of
an excuse to be here- She expressea
herself as especially .pleased withvthe
token presented to. he*-
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Roy Harker is spebdmg Thurs
day and Friday of this *eeft in Du
luth on business. He will return to
his home tomorrow morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Erick Landgren of
Becida motored to Liberty Tuesday
via Bemidji and spent the day at
the farm home of the former's cous
in, Benard Landgren and family.
The boy born to Mr. and Mrs
Robert Titus last Friday lived but
a few hours Mrs. Titus is being
cared for at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Billings
201 America avenue south
Mrs. Sam Paquin was a shopper
Wednesday from Spur 10 Mr, Faquin
has conducted a general merchandise
store at Spur 10 since the enrly part
of August foi the* convenience of
the loggers and settlers in that vicin
ity.
C. L. Isted, general manager of
the Crookston Lumber company left
on the morning train today for
Blackduek and is attending to busi
ness at the company's camps near
there. He will return on the night
train.
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The waltz is Queen Mary's favor
ite dance.
Mrs Mary Hughes is the new de
puty insurance commissioner of Ala-
bama.
Girls are better at spelling, than
boys, according to education experts.
Giand Rapids boasts of a woman
who becamp a grandmothei at the
AC of 33 years.
"Tiansformationb" of pure white
hair, much demand among society
women at present, costs op to $200.
Because she cMmved tobacco is one
of the reasonfe alleged by a Detroit
man for wantfng to divorce his wife.
Probably the longest-lived fashion
women's headgear is the bonhet
worn by the Salvation Armv lassies,
which has not realh changed since
1877.
The otfiy woman who controls a
London theatre is Miss Sylvia Rosen
the voung and energetit manager of
one of the most popular places of
amusement in the British metropolis.
It is said that the daughter" of
five hundred of Ameiica's richest
men have married titled foreigners,
and that their aggregate dowery
falls a little short of thnt quarters
of a bill'ron dollars
Because of the difficulty ob
taining sufficient jurois to serve A
the various sections of the criminal
court New Orleans, the judges
have appealed to women to volunteer
for jury service.
payment and adjustment of com
ocie
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pleasing address at the meeting and
assisted in the miration of the class
of candidates. Following the busi
ness meeting a lunch was served.
Mrs Geiser left this morning for
ParkT Rapids" to #%nsact 'business
F. H. Dea ol Minneapolis trans
acted business in,'Bemidji yesterday,
Mr and Mrs..'lW Luchen of
Fernhill were shoppers in Bemidji
Wednesday.
Otto Olson of Becida motored to
Bemidji Wednesday and attended to
business matters.
Roy Wright and Howard Grotche
of Northern transacted business in
the city Wednesday.
Mrs. G. Greigg is very ill and
under the care of a physician at her
farm home near Fernhill
Kenneth Mayers in confined to
his home this week, he having dis
located his knee while hunting the
first of the week.
W Augustien and A. P. Christian
son were among the out of town
business visitors in Bemidji from
Liberty Wednesday.
MACCABEE (^ilAR^S AND 'Mg,,,
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(Behefit
Associativan0
M^a^e tonight V
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j^^E- 't ef wilb^et ttinight 8' Hay luncheon served
PRESBV^telAN CR:AbLE &>L o'cj'ttplf at^the'Moesd hall for fcrac- cfrtved a great many beautifa/ 'birth.
BEING^TERTAtNED TODAV i ti#&'**fc is
HfGH SCHOOL ASSEMBLY
ENJOYED WEDNESDAY
An interesting and instructive ad
dress was given by Dr. G. H- Zentz
at the assembly period Wednesday
morning at the high school build
ing. Also a pleasing scolo by Miss
Alma Elmquist, Mrs Paul Yaple ac
companying her on the piano.
G. A. R. AND G. A. R. CIRCLE
HOLD MEETING SATURDAY
The regular meeting of the Grand
Army of the Republic will be held
Saturday ofternoon at 1:80 o'clock
at the Moose hall.
A short business meeting of the
G. A. R. Circle will be held at the
Moose hall at 2:30 o'clock, and will
bo followed by the anual Christmas
sale of fancy and useful articles,
and the eafeteiia supper *r,om 5:30.
until 7 o'clock An old fashioned
dance will be held in the evening.
Everybody is invited to attend the
sale, supper and dance
Fresh Creamery butter per
lb 49
Buckwheat flour, 1 0 lbs 63
Jack Sprat fine flavored
syrup per g*l only 49
Bacon squares,
per
lean
No. 1 storage eggs canceled
dayj ioW
Strictly fresh eggs lowest
Market Price
Soil soap for cleaning 10
bars for -n 37
Sunshine Krispy crackers
per jcady.. 49
Tomatoes No. 2 rich in flav*
or and color, 2 cans .23c
Fancy baby rice popcorn
special Sat. only 2 lbs.. .23
Sugar. Sat. Special 10 lbs.
for
ijirjgipin-8i-'-ri ri'*Ji*i^'iif",*ffPifffiri'Tifir'fiT,'ni^Fij,f"tAM***
OF INTEREST TO WOMEN
liitiiiniiim iiiii.nimi
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S and 1 0 lb. pails jelly
49c and 95 per pail
at
Fresh Richelieu Mince Meat
in bulk just received.
Cranberries good stock specr
ial per lb ^c
PHONE 94
pcnsation due its employees by the
United States government is in the
hands of Mrs. AKbert Brueggeman,
recently appointed chairman of the
Employees Compensation Commis
sion
Queen Alexandra's favorite per
fume is "Ess Bouquet," which has
been in use among the English loyal
family for nearly one hundred years,
but the teceipt for which has always
been kept a secret by the manufac
fcuiers and handed down from fath
er to son.
he of the most itftciesting of the
wtmen dandidatcs fn* the recent
ljritfah parliamentary elections was
"Annie S Swan," who, stood for one
o* rhc Glasgow divisions. Iftrs Bur
nett Smith, which is the real rume
of this popular novelist, te the dau
phter Of a-farnior and wgan writing
for thp papery etirfy in life- Since
the opening of hs career she has
produced mole than fifty novels, in
nddition to^-inumerable mor stories
and articles
The New Zealand government has
come to the conclusion that mahV
parental objections to the marine
of their daughters on account of age
ate unreasonable Since early mai
iiage= are advocated by the State,
the government has decieed that if
a girl undei twenty-one years of agf
can't get her parents- consent to her
marriage, *he can cite her ^atho"
or mother before the supreme court
to give reason? for thf withholding
of consent
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concert last evening, at their apart
ments in the Markham hotel.
BIRTHDAY PARTY
Mrs. J. W Lucius, 1010 Minnesota
tjbvenue, entertained for her datfgh
Mi8
OFFICERS ME^T.TQWmT until 6 o'clock, in honor of her
The guards gVid.officers jo^^the' ^nth birthday anniversaiy. G&mes
Women's/-1'
jpsephine, yesferday from
V^r pjaye and a two-coUrs birth
derire*afct *ti b^-frer- dS^ gifts. The guests itteivdmt the
Now, with the holiday social season
getting into full swing, milady wishes
to have her feet trimmed properly
Trim neat slipper* finishes*
off the appearance of a
gown without detractn
from the gown.
COLONIALS
Are the thing
Our snowinf of
these pretty slipper*
'is complete
Brocaded quarter
satin vamp and
Louis heels.
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Brodaded quarter with patent vamp
hnd Spanish heels.
See them today
Phone 45-W
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Josephine re-
..M^ses Fannie Bradford, Mary Ko$e, WOMAN'S STUDY CLUB'TO
jdaiyurite' Coba, Ruth' Oilbertson,
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jNcora Marpuis, Dorothy Larson,-JUo
rjftne Aldrich and Virginia Harker.
MOTHERS CLUB TO HOLD
MEETING SATURDAY P. M.
,The regular monthly meeting of
the Mother's, club will bb held Sat
urday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. R. 1 Given. Mrs A.
Johnson *nd Mrs. S Snyder will
assist in entertaining.
A] program of unusual^ interest
has been prepared and it is urged
that all members attend A paper
"What Makes a Good Father and a
Good Mother," will be given jby Mrs.
D. C- Dvoracek another "The So-
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MCMILLANS ENTERTAIN cial Life, of ftrentlitft fi^ttojl h&fiW*
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McMillan en- Children*' by Mtt. B/ M. wfejjnd
Wrfeained informally for Miss Bertha a magazhre aT^'J^^l^jSSJi!
Farher and h*r company, after the ,ren by Mrs. J. ^^J^Z
musical numbers will be provided by
the hostess.
SUBSSHIBE FOR THE PIONEER
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"Party Fooiwedi
The "B & D" Shoe Store
SPECIALIZING IN FITTING
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Choice Saturday $5.00
Choice of 50 other beautiful Hats,
rw ?pb&*\ Saturday $1,25
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ODD FELLOWS LODGE TO
HOLD MEETING TONIQHT4OT hot
1 1" .J 'Jit* V/S.'ilJ-
AtiAimenAers of^the'I. &. 0*& W*j+sa..t,tu
requested to be presentt tile regular)j i-qa^
meeting thfe evening at^8 o'clock iri sifr
the K. hall. 1 v-tb *ru
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MEET MON&A AFriKHOO^
The winter study ofTart hy the-'
Woman's Study ''club is 'proving
mst interesting ana educational and
it Is especially urged that all mem
bers attend the regular meeting on
Monday afternoon at a o'clock in
the Library room. The program will
be as fdllows: A paper, "American
Marine Painters'* Paul Dougherty,
Waugh, WoodburyMrs. T. C.
jBailey and another. "Wmslow Hom-
er," by Mrs. J. Burke.
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Wfcy -not- gei'-tnux-
itaium Wdar when
Baying hosiery?
The Store
Ahead
ELKS BLDG.
BEFORE XMAS SALE OF
TRIMMED HATS
Saturday, November 25
Choice of any Velvet Hat in our house regardles of
former value, some of them are worth as much as $1 8 5
and ?25
fltlr fashioned and area
Silk and Woql Moae spetial Saturday
|^evfl( Shp-On Swea&rs regular $3.50 values
Safcirday Price $2.65
NEW XMAS BOXES ON SALE. ALL SIZES
a Fifty bright snappy new soft hats, especially good for
5 cold weather, while they last
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Saturday Sale Price $2.95 1
Our Christmas display of Novel Gifts is now rfiady.
t, Eegula $2 Silft Hose
Your Choice $1.95 3
Read this ad carefullythat beautiful velvet hat that 2
S you priced last week at either $18, $20 or $2 2 will be
here on Sale Saturday. Yo can't afford to miss this
sale. &
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