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a run of pnuemonia.
ber Co., in the vicinity of Brain-
AT THE NEW
Next Door to Postoffice.
E Willets represents the
Northwestern Marble works.
sure and buy of no other.
Nero fiddled while Rome
burned. W cannot believe that
anyone will fiddle away their
chance to cure a cough when it
is so easy to get Mark's Lung
A McRao, in charge of the
sales department of Twohy
Eimon.West Superior, was in the
city last night the gu?s of the
firm's genial local representative,
Jerry McCarty, the well known
lumberman, was in the city this
morning. has just returned
from a trip to the camps up the
north line and reports that log-
ging operations will soon come to
Andy Danehar is down from
Tenstrike today and reports that
Tenstrike now has a band under
the direction of Prof Webb. I
made its initial appearance in
serenading the victorious candi
dates Tuesday evening.
While getting settled in our new quarters we will give the foi-
sting bargains (or Thursday, Friday and Saturday: ONE-FOURTH
"F on high
D. McAllister, the genial Far-
ley landlord, was in the city this
morning on his way to Bena
where he has interests.
C. W Spence, representing
the Minnesota Type Foundry, is
in the city today and is calling
on all the local printers.
Sheriff Thos. Bailey is home
from his visit to Chippewa Falls,
and this morning went to Lake-'
port on official business.
Re v. E. Higgins returned
yesterday from his trip to Minne
apolis and this morning left lor
the camps of the Pine Tree Lum-
tailor made and dress skirtsON'iC-FOl'KTH OFF
flannel vesting waistsFIFTEEN PERCENT OFF on hosiery.
New Hue of petticoats, an elegant line of advance Btyle.s in silk and
lawn waists just received. Also the newest in dress fabrics. It will
jjay you to inspect our line.
TH E BERMA N EMPORIUM
See JonesW. C. Jones.
D. McDonald went to Cass
Lake this afternoon.
Willits and Cahill write fire in
surance in reliable companies.
"Dad" Palmer is on the si ck
list today and is threatened with
bard county, is in Benrnfji today
on official business.
for Minneapolis to be absent for
several days on business,
Edward Breniian opened his
cigar factory today and will have
domestic smokes on the market
in a very short time.
Dr. Collard was in the city
yesterday from Red Lake. Dr.
Collard is the government physi-
cian at the Red Lake agency^
John Sible y, the well known
Bona logger was in the city Ibis
morning returning from a trip to
Superintendent Barnes of the
public schools at Crystal Lake,
Minn., is in the city the guest of
Ghas. Beaudette wenttoBrain-
erd this morning to meet Mrs.
Beaudette, who has been at a
Twin City hospital for some time
and is returning home today:
The largest and most complete stock of
Groceries in Town
C. Johnson, of Blackduck, is
in town today. has business
before Judge Clark concerning
the probation of his father's
estate, which has been in probate
court for some time.
A. Johnson of Grookston is
in the city today. Mr. .Johnson
is returning from a trip to Battle
River, where he had been to take
a hand in the spring election and
where lie has landed interests.
Dr. Brown, of Farley, was in the
city yesterday on his way to Sol
way, where he went to look after
some business matters. The
doctor has regained his usual
good health and spent some time
calling on his many Bemidji
Since the installment of sleep-
ing quarters at the city hall for
the firemen the employes at the
city hall have been much annoyed
by visitors and Chief Geil has
caused notices to be posted re-
fusing admittance to the sleeping
apartments or office.
m mm mmmmmm
W want your grocery business, and will make it an
.object for yon to trade with us. A sample order will
We handle the Famous Home Brand
Canned G-oods, Spices and Extracts, Tea
Lilly of the Valley Flour is the best
used. Once used always used.
A fresh supply of Creamery and
Fancy Dairy Butter and Fresh Eggs
always on hand.
Telephone Orders Receive Our Jmmediate
Attention, and Deliveries Promptly Made.
Mrs. M. McKay is quite ill.
Attorney Paulson of Crook^ton
is in the i-iiy on legal business'
by Dr. ster.
More powerful then Sver/gali's tomorrow night at which time
hypnotic power is Mark's Luni jl"'"'^V ljcted officerj will be i
Deputy SheriIT Petrie, of Hub-
W are in business for your
health. Be- -convinced by using
Mark's Lung Balsam.
E A Jerrard loft this morning
poddy, iv is doubtful if
11. Weltie. representing the has ever create*
Zenith Paper Co, is calling on the spread comment
I trade in Beaiidji today.
Attorney Teits'worth of Bagley
is in the city this afternoon and
Miss Maricl'rowlten of Minne
a]ielis will have Hmrgp of tin.
iniiiinerv department at (VLearv
& Bowser's durjng the coming
ji Chapter Order Of thej^^ succession fi
Eastern star will hold a meeting meetings of the
The Ladies' Guild of the Epis
copal church met this afternoon
at the home of Mrs. II. Hays
and were very pleasantly enter-
The Ladies' iuild of the Pres-
byterian church will be enter-
tained this afternoon by Mrs. K.
11. Marcum at the home of rs.
R. W. Hitchcock.
Twenty ladies will be hostesses
at a dancing party to be given at
Peterson's hall tonight which is
very pleasantly anticipated by
the local social world.
Swan Tor kelson the erstwhile
sheriff of Cljarwater county is
said to have accepted a position
as mixologist at the bar of the
Clearwater hotel at Bagle y.
Miss Johnson, assist aid princi-
pal of the city schools, who was
called to her home in Minneapolis
by the serious illness of a sister
writes that her sister is iriiprov-
ing and is past the point of dam
"Tell the people to pay the n
telephone bill be lore tomorrow
night", said W. L. Brooks this
afternoon, "or acting under
orders from the officials of the
company will bo compelled to
take out the 'phones".
The Great Northern received
this week a bunch of brand new
locomotives direct from the
shops in the east and will use
then) oh the passenger runs of
the Dakota and Northern divis
ions. The engines are of the
Baldwin make and are of the
high class up-tp- date 1000 kind.
R. E. L. Daniels, the (J. S.
Commissioner from Red Lake is
in town today. Mr. Daniels says
they have passed a hard and
monotonous winter up on the
reservation but that they expect,
great things up that way with
the coming of spring. The In
dians have all wintered very nicely
apd there has been no suffering
among the Lied Lake Chipwewas
Harry Reynolds, wild has been
the county treasurer's deputy
for some time past, has resigned
his position. Mr. Reynolds has
no plans for the immediate fu
ture, it will be quiet at the
treasurer's office until after the
June settlement and Treasurer
French, who is a worker and is
proving a ve ry popular official,
will undertake all the work of the
Editor Morohead, who was
elected recorder .at Turtle River
Tuesday missed out. on the nom
ination at the caucus, but was
elected by a good majority on
good judgment is
i,o! .I'ii'iilt. in oui.
ever i Dg i
go'od there is no
fear of a poor
choice. We want
von to feel per-
v. ith us Our
3 a no sur
prise. They are
Wulis." by BenryU Sienkiewii
the Polish novelist. it is a most
vivid anil wonderful pen picture
is having some" dental work done of ancient Koine midur X,-v It
describes'the splendid faith o1
the Christians under any and all
condition si The ligious ele
love stories lend tl
'interest. The in,
il the secret
tian to the
1 grand ri-
imi tvrilo pj
umph of the cross.
Nelson and his sip
will be se en here i: -Quo Yadis"
on March 11.
L. Nichols of lUackduck is
among today's tests a
W. 15. Sherman was at Black-
duck last night ami took a crew
of men up to the logging camps
of the J. A. Irvi ne Co.
Woodward lias desk room Tillman ol smith Carolina
witii a serious throat trono
at the Hem id jt Ernploy.men.t ouice.
lie plans to branch out in tho-l-it imp
ami a hit
real estate and loan business.
All eases of UpoS in tin
cit.y whether paupi orotherwisi
shotilil be direbtlj reported it
the loeal health otlit r, Dv. Mor
General Manager!eininell,of the
M. & I. went south this iuorn
iiii returning t'roai a trip oyer
the north line.
A valuable St. 1 iernard di Lr
the propei'ty of P. il. liussell was
killed this inornin^. The animal
had been sulTeriutr tinm a budq"g, ,^rj,( fo be ill tlfe Itis) sta.-t
ease of ilisteiuper for some time.
i he funeral of the late VV. .1.
Mynn occurred vestenlay at
Staples. A special train was run
front I irainei ii and la vge ilele^a
tions from the loile-e of Blks and
Eagles at that eitv attended.
.1 udge Pendergasl this morn- I
ing filed his bond and qualhica
tion as justice ol he peace to
succeed Judge Skinvik.. The
other newly elected ol'ticers ha\e
received the visual election not ices
wi th the required bonds.
The sawmill of the Thief U'iver
Dumber Co. at Thief liiver halls
is expected to resume work about
the fifteenth of the present
month. Logs have been hauled
to the mill during all of the pros
ent winter from Blackduck.
Mrs. Martin Thompson is in
the city this afternoon looking
for her husband who left home
at Solway last Tuesday to come
lo Ueinidji and ha.s not sin ce re
turned. The police depart meiit
were unable to locate the man up
to a late hour th is afternoon.
Miss Krawley, of St. I'aul, a
rived in the city yesterday and I
will have charge of the millinery
department of the lierrn an Km
porium during the spring sea-son. i
Miss Brawley is thoroughly la
miliar wi th the current styles,! lie
latest apiro\e Parisian ell'ects
in up-to date millinery and comes
highly recoin mended.
election day. It*s KOrlh some weeks have had very tineiiv iubl
thing to publish a news
paper at Turtle liiver and
little things like the reeorder's
office arerighl in Mr. Morehead's
line and he should have them,
i His election is a source of satis
faction to his loinidj friends.
Many of the tin -it ic 11 on the real
Northern during the past few
titnes with the San louliG coal
whi ch the rnanagetnent of the
road had provided for ffSe" he-
cause pf thesparcity of the I 'enn
sylvania. article and many of the
hoys are laid up or taking lay oils
from their exertions with the
soft coal. Heavy husky men a re
obout the only ones who are able
to si.and the work and the light
weights are being eased down as
much a possible.
('onductor Warren ol the
N. W.,Ii. li. says: 1 had BeTJn
suffering with a severe cold for
several days, and was so hoarse
j-coxt-ld r:ot-s-ucak _iibov(i SLX
per, Nov. hi, I met one of lr
Warner's agents-Oil my train, la
handed me a 'Dottle of th" White
Wine of Tar Svrup. and one hour
is here for you to I after taking the first dose my
r-vaminf rhey hoarseness commenced leaving
e. In twenty four hours my
voice was quite clear and nal tfral
the cold nearly cured. It is the
best remedy 1 ever saw.
are ffie best iliui I
!ih] Every thine
in our store has
been selected on
it- merits. If the
prices eem low
E. A. 1LVRKER
Notice is hereby given that the
ve,-f ,,f,e vihau-.
Bemidji is prepared, to pay all
outstanding orders issued on or
oefo re July 1. rjOT
IT IS A NATTER OF HEALTH
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
NEW MINISTER TO PANAMA.
President Transfers John Barrett From
W.i-hiiKten. March tO.r Tho presi
dent Rna i-nv.-o i Uu trans/j oj John
Barrett v.'.- i-.i liiini'-U'r ie the Ai
Rci-.i :i i- I i -11! ii tu hfl nil !.-1 t-r 10
Panama w. Russell, al pr i
chars*? at l'ar.:nn i. lias boeii matte
minister to Qolorubia, an! VriluYr
the Boainvre, now inlntstor to Colo'mh'ihi
has boon made w..u\. i to Vrgontfnn
to sat i eoil Mr Barrett
SENATOR TILLMAN VERY ILL
SootM Caiolinan Suffering From Seri
ous Throat Trouble.
Washlngtou, Man li 10. Senator
His fi ieriils are milt li uracil, as
Ihlo for him to swallow
Iniiil.l noiirisluiii tu i nil
he tan tiiko
American Nurses Sail for Japan.
So ittl'e. \Vni li Man li 10 i i
Amnii HI unit a In i ul I tr
Anil i Ni- :ii! Mi i IS -ailt- I 11 t|i
heiv Tin-- iiaj I'II ilii: lyo Mara t'u
Japan Till Oxjioci It) ho ossigm.Ml In
duti with ono of the divisions et the
raehan and i| am so army.
Thought lobe in the Last Stages
is. inervn I lurijess, of
I B.yars, 11!., sav I have just
i cei\ i.'d the White Wine of 'I'ar.
i We think there is tu i medicine
like it. It it the lieu
ul' eoiistiin ptiotl. I will itlw a,\
|-eeoineiii| it to those that h.e.
any disease of the furies.
AND ON THE
TIME TABLE LOCAL TRAINS
l-.AST HOI ND
fO'.'.'.Park Kiii'^l- LfrioT V: Hi. ra
11... Do ItOli rj*|llU .il...lttiH'i
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i' 2o 1
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Fill] informatlon fri'i'tn
E. E. CHAMBERLAIN. Agent.
When your beef
pumps do not, work
see Doran and have
Do not forget we
do all kinds of steam
and water pipe re
Call or telephone to
J. J. DORA N
I II O E i 2 5
E. L. NAYLOR
We have the hvely, new,
fascinating card game,
Panic is a mimic on Wall street exchange
Price, 40 cents.
A, GILMOUR & CO.
CITY DRUG STORE
Pioneer Brig Sto re of Bemidji.
Two Heavy Bob Sleighs
Two Light Bob Sleighs
Two Business Cutters
WE WILL SELL ALL THE ABOVK FOR LESS
THAN COST. WE HAVE NOT ROOM TO
CARRY THEM OVER
F. M. Malzahn & Co.
:.OJJEE XI r.aaaai SBSSBEm&zi:
On account of our recent fire we
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.
iUVW a MK&l
slaud. I Wesl Third street.
W are Iicnh|tiartefs for 'aps. Hose, rnderwear,
Shi it-. Work Pauls and all kinds of Not inns. Lamps,
Dishes, etc.. Lig-ars, Tobaccos, Candies. Nuts and a cjen-
oral variety ol Merchandise. 0
\\'e vy'aiLJ your trade, and appreciate \n patronage
at all times than at
h\ friviug \oii.nir lor \(Mir money
\oil j^ct elsew here
W conliaik in\ Lie oit to call and see US at our old
The Fair Variety Cash Store-
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