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See JonesW. C. Jones.
Fresh dairy butter at Peter
W. E. Gassier went to Lakeport
this morning on business for the
More powerful then Svengali's
hypnotic power is Mark's Lung
A.XL McLean went to Black
duck iast night on business for
Ted Smith, who has been quite
ill of lagrippe is reported as im
E. M. Stanton, the well known
Cass Lake attorney, was in the
city last evening.
J. P. Gibbons went to St. Paul
this morning on business for the
We are in business for your
health. Be convinced by using
Mark's Lung Balsam.
George Young expects to leave
this week for a visit at his old
home at Eagle^Be.nd.
0. E. Albrandt was at Black
duck last night in the interests
of the Bemidji Steam laundry.
C. 0. Estby, of Blackduck, was
in the city last night returning
from his former home at Crooks
Master John McDonald is
home from Tenstrike, where he
has been visiting his uncle Rus
The Minnesota & International
passenger was delayed thirty-five
minutes this morning as a result
of the inclement weather.
The Ladies society of the
Presbyterian church will serve
supper at the church from six to
eight o'clock this evening.
N. 0. Dahl, of Blackduck, was
in the city last night returning
from Crookston, where he had
spent a week visiting relatives.
Carpenters have begun the
work of repairing the Moose
Brewing Co.'s cold storage ware
house, badly damaged by fire
some time ago.
Gustave Miller, a well known
homesteader from Kelliher, is in
town today. Mr. Miller brought
down a fine large female timber
wolf which he killed near his
Nero fiddled while Rome
burned. We cannot believe that
anyone will fiddle away their
chance to cure a cough when it
is so easy to get Mark's Lung
E. M. Anderson, one of the
settlei up in the Big Fork coun
try, is in the city today visiting
with J. Peterson. Their home
steads in the Big Fork join one
Dr. Bolkom, of Minneapolis,
will be at the Markham hotel
Saturday, February 6, and Sun
day, February 7, until 2:30 jf. m.
See announcement elsewhere on
Frank Richards, who has been
in charge of the Red Lake Trans
portation Co.'s store, went to
Minneapolis this morning. The
company expects to close out its
stock and leave Bemidji in about
two weeks more.
Angus Cameron, the popular
traveling salesman, is in Bemidji
today for the first time since De
cember in the interests of the
Giant Horseshoe Grip Co. Mr.
Cameron has beqn on a vacation
spent with friends in Wisconsin
and at his old home in Michigan.
George LaTullippe, of Crooks
ton, who recently purchased an
interest in the Peerless steam*
laundry in this city: arrived yes
terday to assume his interests.
Considerable money has been
put into the. plant and Mr. La
Tulifpe will be aggressive for
business from this time on.
W. J. Hilligoss, special agent
of the Great)*Northern Land De
partment who has been in the
city for several days, went to
North Dakota last night. Mr.
Hilligoss had been looking after
tresspasses on the G. N. lands
near Wilton, replevined about
fifty cords of wood and sold it
back to the tresspassers.
One of the largest attendances
of the present winter was present
at the regular meeting of the
Knights of Pythias lodge last
evening when the third degree
was conferred. After the work
had been concluded a lunch was
served and all present pro
nounced the session one of the
most enjoyable the Knights have
had this winter.
Valentines at Peterson's.
John Dalton went to Blackduck
Children's sleds one-third off,
John Davis, the Nary saloon
man, is in Bemidji on business
F. E. Corliss and M. E. Phelan
are in the city from Blackduck
A son and heir was born to Mr.
and Mrs. M. D. Stoner this
E. O'Connor, who has been the
guest of J. W. Irwin for several
days, returned to St. Paul this
Mrs. L. J. Matheny is recover
ing nicely from an operation re
cently performed for the removal
of a tumor.
Father Murphy weut to
Crookston this morning to make
arrangements to prove up on his
The Arabs cure envy by be
stowing the thing coveted.
Mark's Lung Balsam cures
coughs and colds.
The Berman Emporium have
placed on sale,a beautiful line of
ladies' skirts which will be sold
at a very low price.
Win. Kruger, of Niagara, N. D.
is in the city for the purpose of
buying two car loads of lumber
from the Crookston Lumber Co.
Fred and Harry Silver returned
last night from St. Paul where
they have been taking a post
graduate course in practical poli
E. N. French, who recently
graduated from the state school
of pharmacy, came up from Min
neapolis last night for a few days
visit at his home.
Rev. H. P. Fisher, formerly
pastor of the Congregational
church at Crookston, is in the
city today returning from a trip
up the north line.
The copy for the delinquent
tax list is in the hands of the
printer and it will appear in the
official papers of the county next
week. The list contains over
Fred C. Carlson, one of the
Pioneer's valued employes has
been attached to the "front
office" staff and will be the pa
per's city solicitor in the future.
Tell your troubles to Carlson.
Rev. F. E. Higgins visited the
lumber camps in the vicinity of
Solway last week and according
to the Mallard Call made the
statement that he had just con
cluded distributing his fourth
ton of literature for the present
Archie Montleau, well know at
Bemidji, writes from South Ta
coma that since leaving Bemidji
he has established a lucrative
business at Tacoma. Mr. Mon
deau is conducting the "Two
step" saloon at South Tacoma
near the shops.
Joseph Beck, a tailor from
Hutchinson, Minn., was looking
Bemidji over yesterday. He may
'decide to buy a business in Be
midji and remove here. He re
turned to his home this morning
and expects to come back to Be
midji next week with a party of
homeseekers from his sec.ion of constipation,
J. M. Gruber. who very recent
ly resigned as superintendent of
the western division of the Rock
Island, has been appointed gen
eral superintendent of the Union
Pacific, with headquarters at
Omaha. Mr. Gruber was with
the Great Northern for years
and is'considered one of the best
railroad men in the west.
the old and ring
ing in the new nev
er ceases in our
store. Each New
Year sees us with
nicer stock, newer
ideas and newer
methods. It is our
never ending task
to keep our store
thoroughly tfp to
that is new can al
ways be found in
this store full of
No goods are al
lowed to become
old or shopworn
for we keep mov
ing them by offer
ing them at prices
which are simply
NewYearpresents our goods are spe
E. A. BARKER.
R. \V. Dering Shot Caribou on the
Little Fork River Fourteen
James Newman, R. W. Dering,
Nels A. Peterson, all of Ripple,
were here Sunday night on their
way to Koochiching. Mr. Der
ing is truly the king of piorfeers
in northern Itasca county. He
has been up and down the Little
Fork river long before we knew
such a river was in existence,
and five years before" our own
intrepid William first came into
this valley. Fourteen years ago
this winter Mr. Dermgshot two
caribou in the littJjjrereok op
posite our potato 3|fwSh and he
and his company at' the meat up
and down the river.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lu
cas County ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath
that he is senior partner of the
firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing
business in the City of Toledo,
County and state foresaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of
ONE HUNI)ERD DOLLARS for
each and every case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by the use
of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and sub
scribed in my presence, this Gth
day December," A. D. 1886.
A. W. Gleason,
[Seal] Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, and acts direct!yon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Send for testimonials
F.J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c
The coming attraction at the running at lightning speed across
opera house on Saturday, Feb. 6,
will be Zeo, Zarrow & Kennedy's
big scenic sensation, "The Mid
night Express", a new sensa
tional comedy drama from the
pen of the well known author Mr.
John J. Kennedy. The play
deals with a keen story of love
and adventure, and it is said that
the audience is kept in a hair
raising state of excitement from
the rise to the fall of the curtain.
Some very remarkable scenic
surprises are introduced, among
which is a real life size train of
cars with engine and tender,5
Family Pills for Walker.
A meeting is called by the
Ladies' Literary Club of-Bamidji
for the purpose of organizing a
Public Library Association. The
meeting will be held at the court
house on the afternoon of Feb.
12th, at 3 o'clock. The co-opera
tion of all ladies in this movement
is most earnestly desired.. Let
all who feel an interest in the
organization of a public library
for Bemidji be present at said
time and place and assist in the
same. MRS. MIRCH,
Blackduck Couple Married.
The wedding of W. C. Brown
and Miss Anna Fox of Blackduck
occurred in Bemidji yesterday.
They will remain for a short time
the guest of friends before re
turning to their home. This is
the groom's fifth matrimonial
venture. Both are well and
favorably known at Blackduck.
Don't miss the skirt sale at
The Berman Emporium.
Mr. Cill returned from a three
weeks visit at the Twin Cities.
J. G. Thompson, of Blackduck,
was transacting business in Be
Belore buying a skirt go to
The Berman Emporium. They
carry the most select and up-to
date line. -J.
the stage, a wonderful leap for
life from a high cliff into a boiling
sea, a struggle for life or death
on the rocky abyss, a storm at
sea, a clever and interesting life
boat and matry other wonderful
and novel effects. The play not
only deals with every day life,
but give's scope for some clean
and clever comedy, which is
bound-to keep an audience in a
stateiof uierrihient. Past records
of this attraction make it worthy
the attention of the theater
going public. The prices are
STRUC TRAI N
David Kidd Old Resident of Park
Rapids Meets With Ser
David Kidd, one of the pioneer
residents of Park Rapids, and
well know in Bemidji, met with
an accident at Park Rapids Mon
day morning which is feared will
Mr. Kidd was driving a grocery
delivery wagon and was just
Crossing the track near the depot
when the train from this city was
pulling into Park Rapids Monday
morning. The day was bitterly
cold and the approaching train
was hidden from view by a string
of box cars.
Both the horses were killed,
and the sleigh was smashed to
bits and Mr. Kidd was thrown
some distance striking on his
head and sustaining serious in
jury. At last accounts his con
dition was considered hopeless.
Conductor Harry Work and
Engineer Jonn Cannon were in
charge of the train which struck
him. Mr. Cannon reversed the
engine and sounded the whistle
but could not prevent the acci
Returning From Sad Errand.
Mr and Mrs. K. J. Mclvor
and little daughter "of Farley
were passengers on the M. & I.
passenger last night returning
from Walker, where they had
been to attend the funeral of
Mrs. Mclvor's mother, Mrs. 1).
L. Bush, whose death occurred
last Friday of heart failu re. The
funeral was held Monday after
noon. Mrs. Bnsh was an old
and highly respected resident of
John R. Oringer, now living at
Nebish, has tired of the burden
of debt that sccumulated while
he was running a saloon at Be
midji and has filed as a bankrupt
in Referee Vaule's office. He
owes $859.50 and his assets all
exempt are $225.
A Short Letter from Kansas.
Tredick & Co., of Kingman,
Kansas, write:We have known
Warner's White Wine of Tar
Syrup for a number of years.
It is a standard remedy and a
good seller, and where once tried
a steady customer is obtained.
For sale at City Drug store.
Pale WeaR Women.
Why are there so many semi-invalid
women? Simply because, their cases
are neglected or net understood. No
member of the human family is so
neglected as woman, and 50
cent of unmarried. To per cent, of the
married women are suffering from
dyspepsia, palpitation of the heart,
neuralgia, chronic coui:h. constipation,
burning urine, back ache. etc.. with
only temporary relief?
In 99 per cent, of such cases the
trouble is with the-worab and its ap
pendages, and the other organs are
affected tlmmgh the reflex nervous
Do not he discouraged, no matter
how bad your ease. Every case of
some form of terms le
many of you have been
OR. BOLKCGM IS COMING!
This eminent specialist conres to you fl'Oin tlio most successful Medical
Institute in tile United States for the treatment and cure of nil chronic
mid private diseases of men and women. This Institute started in a small
way in Pennsylvania in IStiT, gradually grew and extended its brandies to
Chicago and later to Minneapolis. By honesty to its patrons and its unlim-
ited facilities it has built up an enviable reputation throughout the United
States and Canada. The record of
cures now roaches nearly a million.
A list of names and addresses of
jiatrims .cuueU,. t'.m ni.b.iaL,o,u appliea
N. Dr. Rolkcom, the presi
dent of this great Institute, will IKS
here iu person and examine each
ease carefully and tell every ouo
whether they can he cured or not.
If your ease Is incurable you will
be so informed and no money will
be accepted from you.
If your case is curable you will be treated whether you have the ready
money or not. In this way poor people who cannot afford to visit the Insti-
tute have an equal chance with the rich. No matter how bad your case or
who has pronounced it incurable, call and find out the truth. It costs you
kind Can be porniluieutly cured.
Why go on dragging out a miserable
existence when health (all there is to
this life) is within your reach?
Take Care of the Eyes.
Weak eyes, scire eyes, watery eyes,
Inflamed lids and
and cross eye:
Glasses correctly tilted enable obi
eyes to see as well .-is ever. Take no
chances with cheap ones.
Running ears, sore ears, noise in
ears, etc., cured.
Every afflicted man and woman owes it to themselves, their families,
the future generation to get cured.
Absolute privacy, the utmost care, courtesy and attention Is given every
case. CONSULTATION KKIOK.
President of Pennsylvania Medical Institute. Established 1SG7.
A Markha Hotel,
Saturday, Feb. 6
from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m., and Sunday,
Feb. 7, from 8 a. m. to 2:30 p. m.
@'@@& $ O S
W herewith thank our
who have taken advantage of our great .sacrifice .sale,
and desire to remind all of our 5 and 10 cent bargain
counters, which are money savers to those in need of
notions or small wares of any kind. We make a
specialty of Laundry and Toilet Soaps,
the best that can be purchased. We carry the best line
of HOSIERY for ladies, children and men that money
can buy. Our forced sale prices still continue. Come
in and examine our stock and get prices and we will
deliver the goods.
The Fair Variety Cash Store,
Quick Selling Prices are rapidly reducing our
big stock of Furniture, which is more complete
than anything between Duluth and Crookston.
E. L. NAYL0R.
Suffering from organic weakness,
nervous debility, lost manhood, un
natural emissions and discharges re
sulting from early follies and youthful
errors, causing pimples, dizziness, de
spondency, pain in hack or legs,
dreams, nervousness, deranged atom
ach, tired and worn-out feeling, lack
of ambition, unlitness for marriage,
business or study in its last stages
causing despondency, insanity, and
A cloudy .urine or a sediment on
standing may mean a constant drain
upon your vitality. This hidden loss,
may produce disease of any organ of
-Every man who has violated na
ture's laws or who has any symptoms
of above diseases or who wmtemplates
marriage and suspects some defect,
should consult the doctor at once.
Hon't wait until you become a physi
cal and moral wreck.
The Doctor treats successfully dis
eases of eye and ear, nose and
throat, stomach and liver, heart and
lungs, kidneys and bladder, shift and
blood nervous system. Cancers and
tumors baldness, if the hair root has
not been destroyed.
Small, weak ongnns enlarged and
strengthened. Snrgical'operations and
ray examinations when necessary
and glasses titled when needed.