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New vegetable at Peterson's.
Fresh cows butter and hens
eggs at Peterson's.
Valentine social Baptist church
tonight. Everybody invited.
Dressmaking and Ladies tail
oring. Mrs. Cunningham Blocker
Don't forget the valentine
social at the Baptist church to
More powerful then Svengali'a
hypnotic power is Mark's Lung
Attorney Charles Scrutchin
was atBlackduck on professional
business last night.
Tracy Bardwell, the gallant
and veteran cruiser, went to
Blackduck last night.
We are in business for your
health. Be convinced by using
Mark's Lung Balsam.
R. W. Hitchcock, and little son
Paul, returned last night from a
business trip to St. Paul.
I. Meyer, who has spent the
past thr.ee weeks in Chicago and
New York, making purchases of
spring and summer clothing, will
be home this evening.
Peter Larkin and John Dalton
were at Blackduck last night.
Mr. Larkin will look over several
of the towns on the north line
before returning to Bemidji.
John Jenkinson went toNorth
ome last night to take charge of
the store at that point for a few
days. Manager Speelman is ill
and unable to attend to business.
Tony Manley, the veteran
ticket collector on Great North
ern came in over the Sauk Center
line last night and was the guest
of Conductor Harry Work at the
A. T. Wheelock went to Black
duck last night. He will remain
until Saturday morning. *The
Warner Comedy ""company ap
pearing at the Blackduck opera
house this week are pleasing
Martin Hansted, of the town of
Lammers, was paid $22.50 in wolf
bounties by Auditor Sylvester
yesterday. He is making a busi
ness of hunting wolves this win
ter and has been very successful
so far this season.
Groceries Dr Goods
Th Bi Store
Ou Grocery Department
is the largest and most complete line of Groceries carried
in the city.
Hom Brand" Canne Good
are the best, and the best is always the cheapest.
Fresh Clarisa Creamery Butter and
Fresh Eggs always on hand,
Lilly of the Valley Flour.
Telephone orders receive immediate
attention, and delivery 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
00 and 50c heavy Wool Sox go at 39c
Valentines at Peterson's.
E. A. Schneider is at St. Paul
for a short visit with friends,
Chas, Hayden, the well known
Blackduck business man, has
been transacting business in Be
The Arabs cure envy by be
stowing the thing coveted.
Mark's Lung Balsam cures
coughs and colds.
Wm. Hemore, who has been
sick with smallpox at the county
hospital for some -time, was re
leased from quarantine Tuesday.
David Kidd, the aged Park
Rapids merchant, who was
struck by a train in that village
last week, is reported much bet
ter at this time and he is now
said to be out of danger.
Pie social at the M. E. church
tonight. Pies of all sorts and
sizes, but only of one quality, and
that the best. Don't fail to at
tend. Attractions of social and
literary character have been pre
All our Fleece Lined Goods and
Outings will be closed out at a
discount of 25 per cent. There is still a large assortment
of Patterns and Qualities^ from which to choose.
All our Ladies', Gents' and Children's Felt Shoes
will be closed out regardless of cost. Ladies' Fur Trimmed
Felt Julietes, 89c Vici Felt Lined Shoes, $1.75 Quality,
98c. All Felt Shoes from 75c to $1.50.
Agency for the Famous Queen Quality $3 Shoes for
women. Boys^ one Buckle Rubbers $1 and $1.25 qual-
ity while they last 50c.
Store Closed Evenings at
8 o'clock except
Mill Pay Nights and
The laylight Store.
Final Clearance Sale of Men's Heavy Weight
Overcoats and Suits
Felix Dansereau, Sr.,is very ill
Arthur Narveson has accepted
a permanent position at Barker's
The diphtheria quarantine over
the establishment of Jens Hansen
has been raised.
S jveral sleigh loads of Bemidji
young people afe planning to at
tend the dance at the Grant Val
ley town hall tonight.
George A. Scott, one of the
well known homesteaders from
the Lake Itasca country, is trans
acting business in the city today.
J. A. Nemier, state organizer
for the Catholic Order of Pores
ters, was in the city yesterday
and was the guest of City Attor
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
Two new patients were re
ceived at the county poor farm
yesterday. One came from the
Schultz hotel at Nymore and the
other from the. Grand Forks sa
loon in this city.
The next entertainment in the
Epworth League lecture course
will be given by "The Flutes".
The date is next Tuesday evening
and the subject will be "The Yel
lowstone National Park".
There are sixteen cases of
smallpoxin the county at present,
according to Dr. Blakeslee's re
port. This is about the average
number of cases during all of the
winter. The doctor does not
anticipate any material fiuctu
ation in the number of cases in
either direction until warm
weather when the disease will
probably disappear entirety.
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.
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 goat 7.98
12.00 and 10.00.. goat 6.98
Hat and Ca
$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.
Joe Harrington is seriously ill.
D. E. Elliott is in the city from
The Baptist Young People's
Union give a valentine social to
A. E. Smith and Louis Dudrey
were at Tenstrike on business
G. W. Millett of Cass Lake
representing the J. Neil Lumber
impany, is in the city on busi
Miss Gertrude Carlson, a
teacher in the public schools at
Blackduck, is the guest of Mrs.
G. H. French today.
F. D. Coleman, the well known
Blackduck merchant is in the
city on business today and is the
guest of E. H. Winter.
A masquerade dance will be
given tomorrow night at the resi
dence of August Becker in the
town of Northern and quite a
party from Bemidji plan to at
tend the event.
Attorney E. E. McDonald re
turned this morning from Du
luth, where he had been to argue
a motion before Judge Morris in
a-case he recently had in the U.
S. district court.
We handle the Buffalo
Oil Co.'s Oils.
not to smoke the
74 per cent gasoline 25c
Linseed oil, raw 60c
Linseed oil, boiled 65c
Dustless float oil 50c
Paints, Stains, Varnishes,
Wall Paper,Glass, Etc.
We carry in stock a fine line
of art pictures and will put
them in the finest art mould
ings for you
A ^R^R |E. NAYL0R, FURNITURE
The Hiawatha Dancing club
gave one of its enjoyable dancing
parties at Peterson's hall last
Dr. and Mrs. Morrison enter
tained a smallgatheringof friends
last evening in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. P. J. Kennedy, who are
soon to remove to New Paynes
Prof. P. J. Conway was sur
prised at his homo Wednesday
evening by number of friends
and the pupils at the business
college. Mr. Conway was pre-
Bemidji and the presentation
speech on behalf of the guests
was made by T. G. Bisair. Mr.
Conway responded very feelingly.
Progressive chinch was then in
dulged in. Mrs. Joseph Bisair
won the head prize for ladies and
R. Sprague the first prize for
gentlemen. Miss Beryl Preble
won the foot prize for ladies and
tne foot prize for gentlemen was
won by E. Gould. The evening
was one of miu'h genuine pleas*
ure to all in attendance and
substantially attested Prof. Con
way's popularity with his pupils
'^M*M^^M I -iwfTT-iBTinriliiir
I IS NEAR
We have a late consignment of First Class Valentines.
Call and examine if you wish to please your lovers.
A. GILMOUR & CO.
CITY DRUG STORE
Pioneer Drug Store of Bemidji.
sented with an art picture of Lake that will appeal to Bemipji audi-
E. J. WILLITS^
HAS THE FOLLOWING BARGAINS:
Good business property in Blackduck to trade for resi-
dence property in Bemidji.
Good business property in Tenstrike to trade for residence
property in Bemidji.
Good business property in East Grand Forks to trade for
residence property in Bemidji.
Good business property in Walker to trade for residence
property in Bemidji.
Good business property in Cass Lake to trade for resi-
dence property in Bemidji.
Good farm near Bemjdji to trade for residence property
What have you to offer
We herewith thank our
who have taken advantage of our great sacrifice sale,
and desire to remind all of our 5 and 10 cent bargain
a*, counters, which are money savers to those in need of
notions or small wares of any kitfd.*' \Ve make a
specialty of Laundry and Toilet Soaps,
the best that can be purchased. We carry the best line
of HOSIERY for ladies, children arid men that money
can buy. Our forced sale prices still continue. Come
in and examine our stock and get prices
deliver the goods.
The Fair Variety Cash Store, gf
GET A FRAME ON!
Tho Warner Comedy Company
open a week's engagement in re
pertoire at the city opera house
next Mouday evening with the
comedy drama "Dorris". The
company come to Bemidji highly
recommened as being one of the
best balanced repertoire com
pany's on the road in this section
during the present season. It
carries its own orchestra and a
liberal bill of specialties nightly
make it one of the strongest pop
ular priced attractions that has
ever been seen hi this city. The
illustrated songs are a feature
ences who often attested their ap
proval of this sort of entertain
ment. The company features
"Down by the Sea," "Only a
Dream of the Golden Past," "Hia
watha, "and "Always in the Way,"
Miss Warner's illusion dance
will also be a feature of the per
formance. The stago settings
for Monday night and the dress
of the peice promises to be one
of the most elaborate efforts ever
seen at the local house. The
prices will be 15, 25'and 35 cents-
and we will
Have you seen our line of pic
ture mouldings? It is very
complete, and there is nothing
finer in northern Minnesota