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See JonesW. C. Jones.
New vegetable at Peterson's.
Jesse Freestone is in town
Children's sleds one-third off,
H. F. Mark, the Fosston travel
ing man, is in the city today.
Dressmaking and Ladies tail
oring. Mrs. unningham .Blocker,
More powerful then Svengali's
hyfmotic power is Mark's Lung
C. E. Doran of Grand Rapids
was a guest at the Markham this
E. E. McDonald and A. P.
White are at Grand Forks on bus
The Ladies' Reading club met
yesterday afternoon at the home
of Mis.L.H. Bailey.
We are in business for your
health. Be convinced by using
Mark's Lung Balsam.
The Modern Samaritan have a
class of 14 for initiation at their
next regular meeting.
Mrs. John Graham, who has
been quite ill for some time past,
was able to leave St. Anthony's
The young peoples society of
the Baptist church have planned
a valentine social for Friday even
ing at the church.
Mrs. L. G. Pendergast and
daughter, Miss Jessie, left this
morning for Minneapolis, where
they will visit for several weeks.
Justice C. Berg and Otto Berg,
homesteaders from the Pine Top
country, are in the city today on
their way to Crookston for a
visit with relatives.
Hector Towsend, alias "The
Liverpool Kid" was sent to the
-county jail for ninety days yes
terday afternoon by Judge
Reynolds on a charge of stealing
"The Midnight Express" com
pany who had been in the city
since Friday night left this morn
ing for Long Prairie. Manager
Otis expects to visit Bemidji
again next season with one of
the Carpenter attractions on
which the royalty will expire
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WM. MCCUAIG, PROPRIETOR.
5 Staple and Fancy Groceries
Fresh Eggs and Fancy
Clarisa Creamery Butter
always on hand
Lilly of the Valley Flour,"
Telephone orders receive prompt attention and
deliveries promptly made
Overcoats that were
$30.00 and $25.00...,,.. ..go at $13.50
20.00,18.00 and 15.00. .go at 11.98
13.50 and 12.00 goat 7.98
10.00 and 7.50 goat 4.98
$1.50 soft bosom Shirts go at 98c
$1 soft bosom Shirts go at 79c
75 and 50c Fleeced Underwear go at 39c
60 and 50c heavy Wool Sox go at 39c
Store Closed Evenings at
8 o'clock except
Mill Pay Nights and
Mrs. Richardson of Cass Lake
is the guest of Bemidji friends.
Attorney E. E. McDonald went
to Kelliher last nigrht to attend
the regular meeting of the vil
The Arabs cure envy by be
stowing the thing coveted.
Mark's Lung Balsam cures
coughs and colds.
Tom Nary, the veteran lumber
man who has been in the city for
several days went to Brainerd on
business this morning.
The funeral of James Doran
occurred this morning from St.
Phillip's Catholic church at 9:30ness
o'clock. It was quite largely at
tended. The interment was at
The Warner Comedy Company
passed through the city on the
Minnesota & International pas
senger last night on their way to
Blackduck, where they will ap
pear during all of the present
week in repertoire.
Final Clearance Sale of Men's Heavy Weight
The Daylight Store.
Mrs. J. P. Young is very ill.
Andy Danaher, is down from
B. W. Heath spent yesterday
at his claim near Guthrie.
Aleck Gillespie of Blackduck is
ill at St. Anthony's hospital,
Charles Doran, ofGrand Rapids+ha
attended the funeral of his uncle
James Doran this morning.
The Knight of Pythias have a
regular meeting tonight. Ap
plications for membership will
The Messrs. Martin & Chris
tenson of the Beltrami County
News went to Kelliher on busi
Uncle George Witsel, of Ten
strike, who has been buying logs
in Bemidji for several days re
turned to his home last night.
G. A. Tuller, of Tuller Mer
cantile Company, is in the city
on business today. Tonight Mr.
Tuller goes to Cass Lake to look
after his interests
Chas. Beaudette has gone to
Minneapolis to visit his wife who
has been ill at a "hospital there
for some time past but is now re
ported as on the road to recovery.
Nero fiddled while Rome
burned. We cannot believe that
anyone will fiddle away their)
chance to cure a cough when it
ls"~so easy to get Mark's Lung!
George Elliot, who has been
buying logs for the Crookston
Lumber Company in this vicinity
was in the city last night return
ing from a short visit at his I
home at Grand Forks.
Mrs. Erickson, of St. Peter, is
expected to arrive in the city to
night, where she is called by the
serious illness of her daughter,
at the First National bank.
Quite a number of engines in
the freight service of the Great
Northern are disabled as a result
of the recent cold weather and
the rough handling to which they
were subjected on the road. Traf
fic which has been delayed since
the storms of Saturday night and
Sunday is not yet righted and all
trains arrived in Bemidji several
hours delayed today.
Peter McHugh, one of the own^
ej's of the townsite of Gemmel,
was in the city this morning on I
his way to Duluth, where be will
on a stone and tiro ber
claim in one of the new towns to
be opened up in the Big Fork
country Thursday. Mr. McHugh
expects to get in line at the land
office door tomorrow morning
and remain there until the landi
are thrown open to entry at
o'clock Thursday morning.
Suits that were
$25.00 and $22.50 go at $ 13.75
20.00, 18.00 and 15.00..go at 11.98
13.50 and 12.00 go at 7.98
12.00 and 10.00 goat 6.98
Hat and Cap
$3.00 and $2.50 Hats in Fedora and
round tops go at $1.98
$ 1 Caps go at 69c
75 and 50c Caps go at 39c
Our Motto: Money cheer
fully refunded for goods
not satisfactory. A strictly
up-to-date, one-price store.
Dr. Blakeslee made a profes
sional visit to Shevlin this after
Mrs. M. G. Slocum has re
turned from a visit to Minne
J.m O.v of Cass Lake,
and will be employed at a local
Napoleon La Pointe, bookeeper
for the S. E. Jackson Co., atCash,
Tenstrike, who has been at St.
Anthony's hospital for some time
past is convalescent and
turned to Tenstrike last night.
The C. S. recruiting station at
Bemidji has been made a perma
nent thing. The department is
very well satisfied with the
progress made in securing re
cruits here and decided to make
Bemidji one of its permanent
A Kansas Minister.
Rev. L. S. Coulton of Circle
ville, Kas., says:"Dr. Warner
Your White Wine of Tar Syrup
has been in my family and found,
to be all and even more than you
claim for it. It is a speedy cure
for all throat and lung diseases.
For sale at City Drug store.
E. A. BARKER
The City Opera house will ring
with laughter tomorrow evening
when Leroy J. French will pro
sent the famous comedians Clif
ford Erdley, McDormott and
in the musical success
"Peck's Had Boy," in three acts.
Tue play starts in the famous
Store, then to the Boni
face and the Picnic
Grounds ts Clear Water Woods.
The piece is lively and laughable,
and the comedians introduce sev-
We carry in stock a fine line
of art pictures and will put
them in the finest art mould
ings for you
Our Line of Toilet Articles and Per-
fumes is the most complete in the city
A. G-ILMOUR & CO.
CITY DRUG STORE
Pioneer Drug Store of Bemidji-
E. J. WILLITS
TH E PIONEE LAN MAN
HAS PURCHASERS FOR THE FOLLOWING:
1. Cash purchasers, good 7-rooni house close in.
2. Cash purchasers for 5-fbom house close in.
o. Cash purchasers for ?5-foot corner lot three or four
blocks from business center.
4. Purchaser who will pay $25 per month for four or
live room house.
5. Purchaser who will trade a 50-foot residence lot
and pay difference at 15 per month for four or five
C. Purchasers for business property well located.
7. Customer with small house and lot to trade for good
team and harness will pay difference if any.
8. Customer with 5-room house will trade for seven
or eight room house close in, anU'pay difference.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO SAY? PH0\E 277.
In Order to
GET A FRAME ON!
eral now songs, always taking
throe to four encores, and keep
the audience in a continuous roar
of laughter all the time they are
singing Manager French has
surrounded thorn this season
with the host and largest com
pany thoy have over had, all the
scenery is now and the costumes
arc handsome. The press
throughout the country where
they have been soon in ''Peck's
Pad Boy" are wide in their
praise of the comedians and their
We will during January sell
at a very low price for cash.
T'"y y^'^TTT T"v^^"r^^
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 he 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,
Have you seen our line of pic
ture mouldings? It is very
complete, and there is nothing
finer in northern Minnesota