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AT THE NEW
Next Door to Postoffice.
While getting settled in our new quarters we will gives the fol-
lowing bargains for Thursday. Friday and Saturday: ONE-FOLK1H
OFF on hWh trade tailor made and dtvss skirtsONS-FOl K1UUUJJ
on nannd'yesting waists-FIFTFEN PERCENT OFF on hosiery.
New line of petticoats, an elegant line of advance stylos in silk- am
lawn waists just received. Also the newest in dress fabrics. It will
pay you to inspect our line.
TH E BERMA N EMPORIUM
See JonesW. C. Jones.
George Lyclick made a busi
ness trip to Farley last night.
Willits and Cahill write fire in
surance in reliable companies.
Harry Gunsalus, the gonial
Tenstrike gentleman, is visiting
friends in Bemidji.
We are in business for your
health. Be convinced by using
Mark's Lung Balsam.
Chris Christenson, of the Bel
trami County NewswasatKelli
her on business last night.
E. M. Stanton, the well known
ass Lake attorney, was in the
city on legal business last night.
C. A. Rose, the genial Brainerd
gentleman, who represents the
John Gund Brewing Co was
calling on the trade in Bemidji
F. C. Kline, representing the
Walker & Akeley interests in
this vicinity, went to Minneapolis
this morning on a business trip
that will extend several days.
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
Rubber matting is being put
down' in the halls and stairways
at the court house today and the
building generally is being
brightened up for the coming
term of court.
Frank Gagnon came down from
the north country this morning
and is soon to begin work on a
residence property that will be
located in the swamp on the out
lying portion of the city.
J. A. McConkey, who has just
disposed of his large grocery
house in Fergus Falls, is in the
city with a view to starting in
business here. If Mr. McCon
key decides to make the venture
he will install a modern up-to
date grocery and crockery estab
lishment. Mr. McConkey is the
ffuest of Ref. J. F. McLeod.
Delicacies for Sunday at Peter
County Attorney Loud was a
Blackduck visitor last night.
Recorder Harris is down from
Kelliher today and says his town
is the liveliest place on the north
line right now.
The' special car of eneral Su
perintendent of Motive Power
Emerson, of the Great Northern,
was attached to train No. 1- to
A published report of the re
ceipts of the Lutheran ladies'
social election day was$8.50. The
Pioneer is asked to state that the
receipts were oyer $51.
Turnkey Wright reports that
there are twenty-four prisoners
at tile county jail. Seven of these
are awaiting the action of the
grand jury, which meets next
week, and are held under various
Judge SpoDner leaves the first
of the week for Little Falls,
where he will sit in a term of
the district court of Morrison
county for Judge Baxter. Judge
McClennehan will preside during
all of the coming term in Bel
E. L. Crawford leaves tonight
for Big Falls, on business con
nected with the proposed in cor
poration of the village. The peti
tion for organization has received
the favorably consideration of
the board of county commis
sioners and the election will occur
about Apirl 14.
Sheriff Bailey yesterday went
to Lakeport and arrested a man
named L. T. Calkitt, who left the
City hotel here without paying a
board bill of $5.50. Calkitt
pleaded guilty and paid a fine and
costs, together with the account
which he had neglected.
Attorney Crawford, who has
been interesting himself in the
matter of securing a postoffice
for Hines' Spur, has received a
letter from Congressman Steen
erson saying that the new office
will be established just as soon as
the postal department can make
the necessary arrangements.
Virgil M. Owen will be the first
The largest and most complete stock of
Groceries in Town
We want your grocery business, and will make it an
object for you to trade with us. A sample order will
"We handle the Famous Home Brand
Canned Goods, 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 Ou Immediate
Attention, and Deliveries Prompt ly Made.
E. M. Horton of Cass Luke is at i
the Murkham today.
Good navel oranges for I5cents.
Better ones cost more.
More powerful then Svengali's|
hypnotic power is Mark's Lung
E. J. Willets represents the
Northwestern Marble Works.
Be sure and buy of no other.
J. Borden of Red Like Falls is
in the city the guest of his
daughter, Mrs. 11. l\ Siblost.
Judge Pendergast was trans
acting business before the United
States laud office at Cass Lake
C. H. Mills, the Brainerd re
presentatvic of the Swift Pack
ing Co., is calling on local meat
market dealers today.
Judge Clark has appointed Al
fred Johnson, of Blackduck, ad
ministrator of the estate of .1. C.
Johnson, now in probate.
The dancing party given at
Peterson's hall last night was a
very enjoyable event. About
fifteen couples were present.
Charles Blount was in Judge
Reynolds court this morning and
as a result will spend the next
ninety days in the county jail.
Hon. J. M. Markhani has writ
ten a letter to Chas. Campbell
from Milwaukee where he is vis
iting with friends for a short
time. He will come direct from
Milwaukee to Bemidji.
Sheriff Petrie, of Hubbard
county, was in the city yesterday
with a warrant for the arrest of
a man who is accused of the theft
of a pair of logging sleighs. The
accused party was found to have
left the country.
Mrs. C. R. Martin will leave
next week for a visit at her old
homo at Qsakis. Mr. Martin,
who is recovering very nicely,
will leave as soon as he is able for
his old home in Michigan, where
he will remain until he is thor
Judge Srfinvik retires today
from the office of justice of the
peace. The judge has many
friends and has made a. capable
justice. His plans for the future
are not yet matured, but in what
ever he undertakes he will have
the best wishes of many friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Leon
ard, of Tenstrike, made the do
fondants in a damage suit insti
tuted for persona] injury by
Roderick McDonald in the sum
of $2,000, have filed an answer in
the case. It is a general denial
of all the allegations of the plain
The Grand Forks, Crookston
and Duluth papers have started
an agitation for a night mail ser
vice on the line of the Great
Northern. The demand for a
mail service on the night trains
has been general for some time
and it will no doubt be inaugu
rated in a short time.
W. J. O'Rourke, who sustained
the loss of both limbs in an acci
dent at the Great Northern
yards some time ago and who
has since been at St. Anthony's
hospital will soon be ready to
leave the hospital and return to
his home in North Dakota. His
father is visiting him today.
Benjamin Senski, who spent
most of the winter in Bemidji,
lost a pockotbook containing over
forty dollars in cash at Wadena
last Sunday. Mr. Senski boarded
a moving freight train and the
sujmosition is that the pocket
book fell from his pocket. A
diligent search failed to result in
joofl judgment is
not difficult in our
store. \V here
ever thin is
good there is no
fear of a poor
choice. We want
von to feel per
fect 1 at home
with us. Our
i.- here for you to
exam in. They
are the best that
you or we can
in our store has
been selected on
its merit*. If the
prices seem low
to you for such
goods it need
cauu no sur-
wNf, vThS ,&
uiidji Chapter of
Camp fire at A. K. Hall to
morrow evening. Supper will
be served from six to eight
The Oddfellows ,,vt tonight
for work in first third de
crees. Past Grand Mastor Van
Praag Avill be present,
Mr. Harold Nels n, the emi
nent actor and scln .r. hq is to
appear at the Citv ipeTn house
on Monday evening has added
the beautiful ami powerful re
Ugious play "Quo Vadis" his
repertoire tins season and will
present it here in a most olabqi
ate manner. The production in
respect to scenery., costumes,
ligEtingTjffects and other equip
merit is complete. 'The pla\
itself is a drainat i/at ion of Hon
ryk Sienkiewic/.'s wonder! ul
novel of the same n.iine which
has set all the world talking, it
is a vivid picture of I tome during
the time of the tyrant Nero when
the light of Christianity first be
gan to shine upon the world. Two
beautiful love stories ore woven
in the plot. Mr. Nelson will ap
pear as "Hot ronius," ilm elegant
arbiter of faslnon under the pa
gan Nero. This character is one
that requires superb elocution
ary powers, grace of action and
subtlety of treatment, and there
fore is well adapted to Mr. Nol
son's mature art. "Marcus Vini
cius" will be played by Mr. Olif
ford Bruce, "Lygia" by Florence
Mcljoay, and the remainder of
the roles will be in competent
hands. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
as mercury will surely destmy
the sense of smell and completely
derange the whole system when
entering it through the mucous
surface Such articles should
never be used except on prcerip
tions from reputable physicians,
as the damage they will do is ten
folds the good you can possibly
derive from them. Hall's
Catarrah Cure, manufactured by
F. .J. Cheney & Co., Toledo.
contains no mercury, and is
taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. In buying
Hall'sCatarrli' rsiJ SII reyou got
the genuine. It is-tokenjnterhally
and made in Toledo, Ohio, by K.J.
Cheney & ('o. Testimonials free.
Sold by linar^ists. I Vic, 7
Take Hall's Family Fills for
Attorney Htrber Meflugh of
Superior representing i he Great
Northern Railway Co. and A. 1/
Thwing of Cr nid Rapids were in
the city yesterday to argue a
motion for a new trial before
Judge Spooner marrmrtter which
was recently before the district
court of Itasca county.
Notice is hereby given that lh
village treasurer of the village
Bemidji is prepared to pay a
outstanding orders issued on oi
oefore July 1. IJJOl
W. L. BiiopKs
Conductor Warren of the C. &
N. W. K. I!. M.ys: had been
suffering vritli a severe cold foi
several days, and was so hoars
I could rot speak above a wins
per, Nov. 10, met one oi Dr.
Warner's agents on niy train^
handed trie a bottle at the WhiU
Wine of Tar Syrup, and one hour
after taking the firsl dose my
hoarseness eomrner.c-~-d ieaviiii.r'
-inc.- In-twonty kav:,ho^rs.
VARIOUS MEETINGS IT IS A MATTER OF HEALTH
meet at Masonic 1
evening at 7:45.
The Ladies Club plan to attend
the lecture of Mr, Harold Nelson I"
of the Quo Vadiscompany before Thought to be in the Last Stages
the high school in place of their of Consumption,
regular meeting Monday after-L Mrs. Minerva .largess oi
Byars, III., snvs I have nist re
noon. Miv Nelson will, lectuie.
voice was quite clear and natural
the cold nearly cured. It is the
best remedy I ever saw.
THERE !S NO SUBSTITUTE
w'hiteis on The Merchant o.'Veuke. We thinkh there no
like it. It cured me when 1 was
The celebration i I the first au-thoughtto be in the last stages
niversary of the founding of themf consumption. 1 will always
Oddfellow lodge at Teiistnke\villji-ocoinond it to those that have.
ii i iinv disease of the Lungs.
be celebrated tonio: i.\ ev.eningj
and a delegation ol local OiUl
fellows will probably accompany
Past (i rand Master Van Praag to
Tenstrike to assist in the cere
We handle the Buffalo
Oil Co.'s Oils.
Kerosene rimr in!ee
not to snioke the
7 I per cent gasoline 2i)C
Linseed oil. raw
Linseed oil. boiled
Dust less float oil 50c
Paints. Stains, Varnishes,
Wall PaperyGIass, Etc.
W JONE S
AND ON THE
TIME TABLE LOCAL TRAINS
No. 40...Park Kaphh Line, ,7:10a. m.
Duluth ICxproH I-.-' p."!.
i" 2 l^:.iI .i.HI.
l: .FosHton Lino
2Ti 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. Call or telephone to
J. J. DORA N
I 11O '2 '2
:i:' a in
II'.).. I'ark Rapid Liu-":.',2
('nil iiifurinni ton from
E. E. CHAMBERLAIN, Agent
M^& & &
We have the lively, new,
fascinating card game,
Panic is a mimic on Wall street exchange
Price, 40 cents.
A. GILMOUR & CO.
CITY DRUG STORE
IMonoer Drug Store of Bemidji
win i MI iwiimiiHu n"' i i
Two Heavy Bob Sleighs
Two Light Bob Sleighs
Two Business Cutters
WE WILL Sia.l. AM. THE ABOVE FOB LESS
THAN' COST. WE HAVE NOT ROO t)
GARRY THEM OVER
F. Malzahn & Co.
FIR E S
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.
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VVe an- lii'.'ili|ii,ii'ici for Caps. Ilt.sc Imderjvear,
O- Sliirls. Work Paiita and ail kiwjs.of-Nojtioiis, Lfinips,"-
Dishes, etc. ('iirars, ^Vrhnccggj ('antlies. Nnis ami a irrn-
cral variety of .Mcn-liaiidi'-i'. i
$. want your triufc, and appreciate your patronage
hv crivintr von more for your money at all times thai^
1, you LM'I elsewhere
\Vc ronli.'ilk in\itr you to call and see u at our old
stand. nl Wel Third street.
The Fair Variety Cas Store
The North Dakota Liquor Institute
The latest iinpiuved seientilic treat merit for the liquor habit
TO PUT YO O THK(-VYRPKT
DRUNKENNES S iM^T^
days. No |ul)!icity. Write for full particula rs
That is, on to our carpets.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FINE, NEW LINE
OF CARPETS, RUGS AND ART SQUARES
C28 North Third St., Grand Forks, N. D.
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