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Cabbage at McCuaig's.
See JonesW. C. Jones.
For wall paper see J. A. Hoff,
I. A. Bordsen, of Sebeka, is in
the city today.
Standard canned fruits 10
cents per can at Naugle's.
Willits and Cahill write fire in
surance in reliable companies.
J. A. Hemberger, of St. Cloud,
is among the Markhatn arrivals.
Go to the Princess grocery for
fresh groceries and right prices.
M. J. Sitzer of Cass Lake was
a guest at the Markham last
Celery, Lettuce, Radishes, On
ions, Cabbage and Strawberries,
Harry Silver returned last
night from a business trip to
Go to the Princess grocery for
fine large navel oranges. 25 cents
a dozen this week.
Russel Bennington, who has
been in Bemidji for several days
returned to Tenstrike last night.
Get your Strawberries Friday
and Satnrday for Sunday dinner,
Don't forget the Princess Gro
cery for fresh. Cabbage, Lettuce,
Celery and Strawberries, tomor
Deputy Sheriff John Bailey
went to Tenstrike last night to
serve some papers in an attach
Picture frames, framed pic
tures and enlarging, at the Hak
kerup Studio, two doors east of
City Drug store.
How wonld a strawberry short
cake go for your Sunday dinner.
Well, you can get the berries at
McCuaig's Friday and Saturday.
Frank Smith, who has been
cooking at one of the Blakeley &
Farley camps all winter,returned
to his home at Aldrich this
Nero fiddled while Rome
burrfed. We cannot believe that
anyone will fiddle away their
chance to cure a cough when it
is so easy to get Mark's Lung
Superintendent W. H. btrachan
was in the city yesterday. Mr.
Strachan was returning from a
trip up the north line where he
had been looking after the new
logging run that has been put on.
The Irwin & .O'Brien logging
camp at Lakeport will be closed
the latter part of this week.
Hauling is still being done suc
cessfully but the teamsters are
compelled to work nights and the
roads are in bad condition.
Eriday and Saturday
we will place on sale about 50 corsets former price $1
and $1.25 for the two days only
We will close out our entire
stock of Ladies' Kid Gloves, all
shades sizes 6} to Ik- To do
this we will for Friday and Sat
day sell our $1.50 gloves for
We have aneU^ant line. Come
in and see for yourselves.
The Gordon Hat for men is
the season's most modish hat.
Try the Princess package cof
fee 25 cents.
Fresh vegetablee at the Prin
cess every Friday.
If you want the best field and
garden seed go to Naagle.
ie powerful then Svengali's
hypncti power is Mark's Lung
Mr. and Mrs. James Code of
Nymore are the parents of a son
born last night.
B. Gantonwine, of Vinton,
has recently been a guest at the
home of Miss Laura Kichart.
L. M. Weltie, of the Zenith
paper company, is callingon the
paper trade in Bemidji today.
Chairman Sibley, of the board
of county commissioners, is
down from Solway this afternoon.
Productions of famous paint
ings, 16x20,while they last fifteen
cents each at the Hakkerup
Call at rooms over Palace res
taurant and inspect household
furniture which is for sale. J.
Ford Winebrenner, who has
been working at the G. N. bag
gage room is now employed at
the Crookston mill.
Dr. Henderson is exjxicted to
return today from his trip to
Baudette, where he went to in
vestigate the shooting of Man ley
F. W. Besette of Lake Itasca'
P. T. Dovereaux of Park Rapids
and A. P. Amber of Fosston are
among the guests at the City
Mrs. Carter of Tenstrike is in
the city today. This afternoon
she was at Cass Lake to make
entry on a homestead in the Ten
Rev, Smith went to Cass Lake
this afternoon to spend the day
with the pastor there and with
Presiding Elder Dodds, of the
Crookston conference, who is
visiting in Cass Lake.
C. H. Miles expects to leave
the latter part of next week for
St. Louis, where ho will attend
the first bull tight to take place
under the auspices of the amuse
ment enterprise with which hois
Mrs. G. H. Hansell of Perley,
who has been yisiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bailey,
returned to her home yesterday.
Mrs. Hansell has acquired prop
erty in Bemidji and expects to
build a residence here during the.
Teamsters pronounce the ice
in Lake Bemidji unsafe. The ice
is rotting much sooner than ordi
narily this year owing to the
heavy covering of snow. Last
year the last pedestrian crossed
Lake Bemidji on the ice April 20,
but the knowing ones predict
that the lake will break up much
sooner this year.
In Wash Goods for Waistinps
we have a fine assortment prices
We handle only the best. Nothing can equal the Home
Brand," and we have a full line. Always something
doing at McCuaig's
FRIDAY ao\d SATURDAY
WM McCUAIG' S WM McCUAIG' S
Merrs, .Boys' and
Children's. We can fit and
please you. Queen Quality shoes
for ladies are the hest made.
Ladies" Belts, all new and up
25c to $1.25
Household furniture for sale.
J. A. Buckley.
The Business Men's club
The recruiting office enlisted
three men today.
Fresh basket Tomatoes at the
LhilJrens garden tools and
carts at Petersons.
J. P. Boss, of the Crookston
mill office force, is on the sick list.
-"Dr. H. S. Fairari, of Xorthome,
was a visitor in the city this
Celery, Lettuce, Radishes. On.
ions, Cabbage and Strawberries,
Wo are in. business for your
health. Be convinced by using
Mark's Lung Balsam.
The Library rooms at the
court house presents a very
tasty appearance and the lib
rary's first home is all could be
The meeting of the Firemen's
Relief Assocation which was to
have taken place last night was
postponed owing to the fact that
there was not a quorum present.
The Bemidji high school grad
uates its second class this year.
The date for commencement
exercises has not been set but
it will probably be some time the
first week in June.
Attorney Langaard, of Black
duck is in the city today, with a
party of Blackduck people who
haye been at the Cass Lake land
office to make entry and prove
up on government lands.
The merry-making of the
festive woodsman gives the lower
end of Minnesota avenue a de
cidely reckless tone and the
police force have nicknamed that
portion of the city "Happy Hol-
Matt Meyer and Ted Smith,
the committee of the Retail
Liquor Dealers association, up
pointed to have charge of all ar
rangements for the meeting here
expect to go to the cities the lat
ter part of the week to meet with
the state officers. The date will
be fixed at once for the state con
Advertising Summer Resorts
The Northern Pacific railroad
company is having issued a
handsome folder telling of che
summer resorts along the line of
its route. Special attention is
given to the several beautiful re
& International and the folder
contains some very well written
matter descriptive of this sec
tion, setting forth its induce
ments to the summer tourist.
Not A Good Spot.
Before leaving the city today
Executive Agent Fullerton of the
state game and fish commission
visited Fishtrap lake where Mr.
Fullerton had been informed
there was a place for the collec
tion of pike spawn. Mr. Fuller
ton says the location is not a
and the work would
have to be done under difficulties
so that he has decided not to send
any of his men here.
Believed to be Accidental.
Connty Attorney Loud has
heard nothing from Coroner Hen
derson since he went tojljaudette
last Sunday afternoon to invisti
gate the supposed shooting of
Manly Thomas and says that it
is probable that the doctor found
that the shooting was accidental.
A Rapid Growth.
The local lodge Knights of
Pythias believes it can claim the
most rapid growth of any secret
society in the city. The lodge
will consider about a dozen ap
plications for membership at its
Bad Ones Bred in City.
A significent fact connected
with one of the state reformator
ies is that outof 200boys and ^iris
there cared for not one was born
on a farm. All came from the
cities and towns.
TO O LATE O CLASSIFY.
FOR RENT-A house, modern,
neat, central part of town. In
quire at Pioneer office.
More heat with less fuel
Hot Water Heating is the Acme of
The Jerrard Plumbing Co.
will enlighten youmore heat,
more comfort, less work, less
worryless have it :,_ .:_
TISA MATTER CFJiAUIJ
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Body of Unknown Man Found Em
bedded in lee On Red
The body of an unknown in
was found late yesterday al'ti
noon firmly einbepded in a ca
of ice in the Red Lake river
Crookstou. The discovery
made by two small boys.
body had hot been positive
identified .t last reports and it
feared that the man has been
victim of foul play.
IN A CRITICAL CONDITION.
Chicago Strikers Accused of Slugging
Girl Pre*s Feeder.
Chicago, April sBertha Van Od
der, twenty-two years old. one of a
number ol girls employed as prose
feeders by a local printing establish
ment In "place of striking members of
Franklin union, is the victim of al
lowed "slugging" tactics employed by
the strikers. While on her way home
accpnipnniod'by her sister, Alice, Miss
Van (lelder was attacked and brutally
beaten by men whom she declared are
Striking press feeders or their, sym
pathizers. She is said to be in a criti
WILL USE HIS OWN PAPER.
Bryan Recuses to Talk Politics for
Lincoln. Nob., April William ,1.
Bryan hay returned from the Kast and
will remain at Fairvlew for several
weeks, lie said:
"I am herb to look after the spring
work on my farm and I shall help the
men for some time. On the subject of
politics I have nothing lo say. Here
after I shall make no statements for
publication regarding the national po
litical situation except through- the
columns of my paper."
DETECTIVES INVESTIGA i livu.
Express Package Containing $1,000 la
Danville, 111., April f.Detectives
are Investigating the disappearance of
an express packago containing $1,ooo.
The package was delivered to I ho
transfer agent of the Big Four rail
road, who placed it in his desk. Ho
had occasion to leaye the olli.c for a
few minutes and when IK returned the
money was gone.
CACKLEY PLEADS GUILTY.
Iowa Man Owns to Murder Thirty-six
Keokuk, la., April *.Charles Cack
ley, murderer of Constable Reuben
Fenstenmaker in 18', at Kaimington,
who was arrested after thirty-six
years, has entered a plea of guilty and
was sentenced to ten ye r:-, in prison
lit. Fort Madison. Cackley is yb.iy
eight years eld.
SUICIDE BY STARVATION.
Continued III Health Causes Girl to
Seek Slow Death.
Appleton, Wis., April T. Miss I.iz/.ie
Hattsheim, aged sixteen, Is dead after
a fast of forty days, undertaken with
the deliberate attempt, it Is said, lo
end her life, from which all pleasure
ha been banished by continuous ill
Uooltt. oi..-.^ I.S.I*,
I can quickly sell for cash without
publicity your business, real estate or
partnership, no matter where located.
Send me full particular price-*, ct/\
Address Charles Howell, lit West
Mohawk wtreet, Buffalo, N. V.
Fraternal Order of finnles, liemldjl Aerie No. 391.
Meets every Wednesday at 8 p. m.,
A. T. Wheelock, W. ('resident
H. LeHleu, W Secretary
Vlsitlnir liojflew cordially invited.
BRITT0X BROS., Proprietors.
Tent, Foot of Third Street.
Now Located on Fourth Street, Two Door*
West City Hall.
All Orders Promptly Attended to
Fine Art Wall Paper
M. Pierault Charges His Wire With
Drunkness and Disorderly
M. Pierault this rnorhings\\\nv
out a warrant for the arrest of
his wife charging ha? with
drunkouess and disorderly eon
duet. The cafi will rome up he
fore Judge IVmlertrasttoniorrow
and promises seine very sensa
tional developments. Mrs. I'ter
ault has been a resident of le
midji for sotntv time--paMir-while
her husband resides at Turtle
Hicks Hits the Weather.
Hieks prediction that there
would bo a sim\T storm in this
section between the tilth and the
eighth was made good last nighj
when about an rach and 1 half of
the beautiful fell. Mr. ll'u-ks
predicts two more snow storms
for this month.
From this time forth I will not
bo responsible for any debts eon
tracted by my sons ('ha-el-es-().
(lainesand Eugene W, Gaines'or
for any obligations they may
ineur. W. ll.( i.\i NI:S.
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. DORAN
1MI N IS U:2r
To introduce tiro University
line of can goods we will
give the trade a benefit of
a cut of 10 cts. pr. ran.
Cling Peaches sliced for
cream at 20 cts. pr. can.
4 University California Mart
lett Pears, the very best,
'Jo cts. pr. can.
University California Ap
pricots, the very best,
ju-rts. pr. can.
University California Grapes
the very best, W cts. prean
We have a complete line ol'
can fruit and vegetables
too numerous to
Every can guarnteed extra
quality or money refunded
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E. I NAYLOR.
We have the lively, new,
fascinating card game,
Panic is a mimic on Wall street exchange
Price, 40 cents.
A. G-ILMOUR & CO.
CITY DRUG SXORE
Pioneer Drug Store of Bemidji.
Many Good Reasons
The Peerless All-SteelRange
has many distinctive points of merit. Everybody who
Ivafits a range nnd understands the desirability and
economy of having only the best, should come in and
let ns show this range.
This is the original and only all-steel range.
There are no others which deserve to be mentioned in
the same class.
The quick heat radiation of this range makes
a very great saving in the amount of fuel.
VON'T FJiL TO si:i: IT.
F. M. Malzahn & Co.
WANTEDTo list bargains
in real estate. $300 to
WILLITS & CAHILL.
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We are headquarters fur 'Caps, Hose, ("nderwear,
O Shirts, Work Pants and all kinds of Notions. Lamps,
Dishes.-etc.. Cigars. Tobaccos, Candies, Nuts and a gen-@
Oral variety of Merchandise.
We want vour trade, ami appreciate your patronage
'.Il by giving more lor your money at alI times
yon gel elsewhere.
We cordially invite you to call and see us at our old
stand. or West Third street.
The Fair Variety Cash Store
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