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Tonight "Hazel Kirk."
See JonesW. C. Jones.
Fresh hen fruit and other fruit
T. J. Burke was down from
Solway last night.
County Commissioner Sibley is
in the city on business today.
Please drop in and sample our
incomparable dairy butter. Pet
More powerful then Svcngali's
hypnotic power is Mark's Lung
"Dad" Palmer is marshalling
the mute integers of expression
on the Beltrami County News.
J. P. Omich is confined to
home by a bad attack of lagrippe
and Mrs. Rogers is assisting at
C. W. Baumbach, who has been
in the city for several days re
turned to his home at Wadena
The Arabs cure envy by be
stowing the thing coveted.
Mark's Lung Balsam cures
coughs and colds.
Editor C. R. Martin is quite ill
at his home. He has an attack of
erysipelas which bids fair to keep
him on the shelf for a while.
Mrs. L. G. Pendergast and
daughter, Miss Jessie, returned
last night from St. Paul, where
the latter had been for medical
It is rumored that more logging
trains ire to be put on the M. &
I. soon and that another train
crew will have its headquarters
in this city.
Charles Kimball, once one of
the finest, in the days gone^by,
was in Judge Reynold's court
this morning, charged with
drunkenness. He paid a stiff
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
TH E BERMA N EMPORIU
Will occupy its new quarters in the Street Block,
next door to the postoffice, by Saturday. March 5, with
their large line of Ready-to-wear Garments, Furnishings
and Dress Goods to which they have added a very select
iine of Ladies' and Children's Shoes and Slippers. The
'new line in all the latest styles and fabrics, purchased
by Mrs. Berman in the East will be displayed in the new
will occupy our new store tonight I
eet lock, next Postoffice
Th Bi Store
Advance Sale of
We Have just received and opened up'a splendid
ment of New Creations in Muslin Underwear and
Hosiery, which we are offering at exceptional!V
values. Come in and look them over.
In all the newest materials for spring wear. A large
assortment from which to select at prices ranging from
$L50 to $4.50
The Famous Queen Quality $ 3 shoe for women in all
the new styles and lastsHouse Shoes, Street Shoes,
Dress Shoes"carefully fitted and satisfaction guaranteed.
E. J. Murphy, of Pelton, is in
Wiilits and Cahill write fire in
surance in reliable companies.
We are in business for your
health. Be convinced by using
Mark's Lung Balsam.
E. R. Dunham, the obliging
salesman at Schneider's, is illsection
and incapacitated from his duties.
The prediction of the Indians
that Minnesota would have five
feet of snow before spring is in a
fair way to be realized.
Hie Misses Taylor, of Ten
strike, are in the city to attend
the performance of the Warner
Comedy Co. this evening.
The Retail Liquor Dealers have
postponed the meeting which
were to hold this afternoon
and it will not occur until after
the caucus tonight.
The North Dakota state board
of health has gone on record as
opposed to the sweeping of rail
way coaches in transit, on the
ground that the operation is
prejudicial to good health.
This morning's snow storm de
layed the" passenger from the
north on the M. & I. about thirty
minutes. Conductor Smith said
the storm was apparently more
sevei'e north of here than in Be
Gustaf Miller, of Kelliher, re
ceived a county warrant for $15
at the auditor's office yesterday.
Mr. Miller killed a female wolf
on his homestead near Kelliher
some time ago and has just
claimed the bounty.
The Standard Oil Co. has been
awarded the contract for furnish
ing the oil to the Crookston mill
for the coming year. The bidding
for the contract was quite spir
ited but the Standard Oil Co. se
cured the business.
Commander Bailey, of R. H.
Carr post G. A. R., has been ad
vised that Judge Ell Torrance
will be unable to attend the bean
bake which the post will hold
next week. Some of the other
state officers will no doubt be in
attendance. The post is extend
ing invitations to comrades out
side the city to attend the camp
fire and hopes for a large attend
March is developing the lion
Ex-ick Enstrom, of Tenstrike,
is in Bemidji on a business mat
E. J. Willets represents the
Northwestern Marble works.
Be sure and buy of no other.
H. Campbell, the well known
Park Rapids man, was in the city
last night. Mr. Campbell is sell
ing a line of flour and has a large
trade in Bemidji.
The hay famine which over
took the city a few days ago is
not yet relieved and a number of
teamsters of the city are com
pelled to feed baled straw.
George Rahnier, of Cushing.
Minn., is in the city today for the
purpose of preparing the papers
necessary to riling on a home
stead in the vicinity of Kelliher.
Eggs are worth 35 cents per
dozen on the local market, and
are then only obtainable at times.
It is high time the hens in this
of the country got busy.
T. J. Madison of Little Falls
was the gnest of I. Meyer today.
Mr. Madison is engaged in the
commission business at Little
Falls and is an old friend of r.
The attention of Poor Commis
sioner Wright was this morning
called to the destitute condition
of a family named Winterfield
who reside in South Beniidji. In
vestigation found a woman and
five children badly in need of
food, clothing and fuel. They
were tendered the necessary re
J. F. Miller, the baggageman
at the M. & I. returned this
morning from Fargo, where he
had been with his wife and little
daughter. Mrs. Miller and the
child will remain at Fargo for
three weeks while the little one's
eyes are treated by a specialist.
F. P. HANNIFIN.
Proprietor of Mfcrkham Hotel. Who May Be Candidate for Railway Commissioner
George Dubois, a former well
known eugineer on the M. & I.
is in the city for a visit with
friends. Since leaving Bemidji
Mr. Dubois has been employed
on the Northern Pacific and has
been working between Living
ston and Missoula. He is the
guest of John Flatley.
good judgment is
not difficult in our
good there is no
fear of a poor
choice. We want
you to feel per
fect 1 at borne
with us. Our
is here for you to
are the best that
you or we can
in our store has
been selected on
itb merits. If the
prices seem low
to you for such
cause no sur
prise. They are
L. J. Mathieson, of LittlejFalls,
is looking Bemidji over today.
Deputy Sheriff John Bailey
was at Blackducb on official busi
Bemidji lodge No. 233 A. F. &
A. M. has a regular eoiniminiea
tion this evening.
Wiilits and Cahill opened their
office tins morning tor the first
time since the recent tire.
R. Muncy of Little Fall one of
the head cruisers for thoShevlin
Lumber Co., is in the city today.
Wiilits and Cahill recently con
ducted the sale of the residence
property of John Schulties to
Mrs. Jennie E. Ward.
The Modern Woodmen have a
regular meeting tonight and con
siderable business of importance
is scheduled for disposition.
Miss Louise Hetland, who has
been ill at her home in Moorhead
for some time will not be able to
come to Beniidji for several
B. F. Bishop returned this
morning from a trip to the Red
Lake country. He was not ap
prised of his recent loss by tire
until he arrived home this morn
Robert Parker Milles. author,
traveler and lecturer will give
the next entertainment of the
series which is being given under
the auspices of the local Fpwoith
Dr. K. I Foster returned last
nitrht from Fosston and Meln
tosh, where he had been on his
regular professional visit, which
extended over the usual time ow
ing to an unusually large amount
The Great N'orthcrn passenger
and freight depot at East (irand
Forks which was destroyed some
time ago by lire is to be rebuilt
in the near future and material is
now on the ground to begin the
work of construction.
A small detention hospital is
being built at the county poor
farm which will make it possible
in the future to take care of
paupers Who ha\(! contagious
diseases in the future without ex
posing the other inmates.
The remains of George Van
Louven, who died at Northorno
Monday night of pleura! pneu
monia, were brought to Bemidji
this morning and interred at
Greenwood. Services were con
ducted at the grave by Rev.
A. E. Winter has several appli
cations to rent the store room
formerly occupied by Soverson/s
millinery establishment. The
latest is from a Minneapolis firm
who wish to put in a stock of
Rev, Chearieaultie, the Episco
pal clergyman in charge of the
Pine Point mission, was in the
city yesterday. He is a full
bloood Chippewa Tndian, but a
very able clergyman neverthe
less. His Indian name is "Big
Mrs. L. H. Bailey, president of
the Library Association an
nounces the donation to the lib
rary by State Geologist Winchell,
The insurance adjusters to ad
just the losses sustained in the
Malzahn block lire are expected
to arrive in the city today. An
inventory of all the damaged
Stocks will be taker! and it will
be some time before the stores
which have been closed can he re
The Famous Gotzian and
Hcinxc Celebrated Pickles,
Preserves and Canned Goods
University Brand of Canned *_
CROCKERV and GLASSWARE
FLOUR and FEED
When your beer
pumps do not work
see Doran and have
Do not forget we
do all kinds of steam
and water pipe re
pairing. Gall or telephone to
J. J. DORA N
PIT ONE z-27
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
of six volumes of Winehell's geo
ligieal survey of Minnesota. The
work is a very valuable one and
contains the complete geological
reports ef Itasca, llubhard and
Beltrami counties, together with
much interesting data and in
formation of a local nature.
$ O $
fr oQ fascinating card game,"
We have the lively, new,
Panic is a mimic on Wall street exchange
Price, 40 cents.
A. G-ILMOTJR & CO.
CITY DRUG STORE
Pioneer Drug Store of Bemidji
Two Heavy Bo Sleighs
Tw Light Bo Sleighs
Tw Business Cutters
WE WILL SKI.I. All, THE ABOVE FOR LESS
THAN COST. WE HAVE NOT ROO TO
CARRY THEM OVER
F. M. Malzahn & Co.
O account of our recentfirewe
are offering special prices on houses
and lots in any part of the city. The
above property is not damaged, but
the contracts are badly smoked.
SBHffis & fiaWitt
We alio headquarters for Caps, Hose, Underwear,
Shirts. Work Pauls and ill kinds of Notions, Lamps,
C- Dishes, etc., Cigars, Tohaeeos, Candies, Nuts and a gen-
era! variety of Merchaiillise.
i& \Vt- u.mi \our trade, and appreciate your patronage
lv giving A"ii more for \our money at all times than
you ad elsewhere
We cordially invite you to call and see us at our old
stand, 304 West Third street.
i't *The Fair Variety Cas Store
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