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Read tl#Bazaar ad today.
See JonesW. C. Jones
Andy Danehar came down
from Tenstrike this morning.
If you want the best field and
garden seed go to Nanglc.
W. A. Gould wont to Black
duck last night.
Willits and Cahill write fire in
surance in reliable companies.
H. PrFunk, of Crookston, was
among the guests at the Mark
ham last night.
"Attorney E. F. Crawford is~at
Walker in attendance at the
spring term of the Cass county
I ...THE BIG STORE...i
will be BARGAIN WEEK AT McCUAIGS.
Bemidji's Only Exclusive
Lawn Waists white, black and colors
Habitai Silks, in white, black and colors
Black Taffeta and Peau de Soie
Silk Crepe de Chine, all colors and styles
Net and Lace Over Silk made in the latest and most elaborate style
One lot Manufacturers' Samples
These Waists are direct from manufacturers' in Eu-
rope and are the rarest and most beautiful creations ever
shown in Northern Minnesota. For perfection of fit, deli-
cacy in colorings, beauty in design, these Waists cannot
be matched short of the big cities. They are the swellest
goods shown here this season. Look at them!
...THE BERMAN EMPORIUM...
NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE.
For wall paper see J. A. Hoff,
Father Murphy went to North
ome last night and served mass
there this morning. ...__i_
Attorney-,McKusick was ~a
Blackduck visitor on. legal busi
ness last night.
Why balance on the verge of
consumption when Mark's Lung
Balsam will cure.
George Buckley went to North
ome last night to look after his
Mrs. Norman Helmer, who has
been on the sick list for some
time is improvingr
Samuel Colter,of Duluth, speci
al agent of the U. S. land depart
ment is in the city on business.
We will have one or more special
price in each department and it
We are showing an elegant line of Ready-to-wear Waists
from 75c to\$3.50.
Wash Dress GoodsWe have an up-to-date line.
Belts from 25c to $1.75.
Combs and Hair Ornaments, all new and up-to-date.
Corsetsa new line, extended hip.
See our Silk for skirts before you buy. All warranted.
Queen QualityWe have
all the latest patterns in
button and lace. Our line
of Low Shoes cannot he
beaten, and the shoe is the
A complete line of Men's
Oxfords in Patent Colt and
Vici Kid new heels and
toes. Prices the lowest.
Children's and Boy's
Shoes. Come and see them.
Men's Glove'sWe have them on special sale this week.
Men's Shirts, this week the $1.00, 1.25 and 1.50 kind
go for 75 cents each.
In this department we handle only the best.. HOME
BRAND are the best Canned Goods. We have a big
special in them this week.
All week we will have Strawberries, Celery, Cabbage,
Lettuce, Radishes and Onions.
This is bargain week at McCuaig's
i i i A A
from the original low price.
Neckwear. 65c to $3.00
1 3 to 8.50
4 to 8.00
5 to 12,50
6 to 19.00
Short-mill wood. Phone 208
Mrs. Mary Gallagher, of Tur
tle River, was visiting Bemidji
Lowney's chocolate bon bois
are -the best. For sale only at
Miss Haldeman went to Black
duck last night to take the testi
money. in a case tried by Attor
ney's Funkley and McKusick.
"Cay in a supplJ of"short rai 11
wood for the season. Drys quick
ly. Delivered for $2 per load.
Crookston Lumber Co. Phone 208
City Attorney Russell is at
Walker in attendance at the
spring term, of the district court
and has three cases on the cal
Mrs. A. Danehar, who was
called to her old home at Morris,
Minn., by the serious illness of
her mother, seycral weeks ago,
returned home last night.
M. D. Stoner went to Blackuck
last night and will go to Brainerd
tomorrow morning, where the
final details of the sale of his
lumber Interests at Blackduck
will be wound up.
Frank Richards, formerly with
the Rod Lake Transportation
Company here, came up from
Minneapolis last night, and will
spend a week visiting in Bemidji
and at Ncbish and Red Lake.
A bunch of rivermen went
north on the M. & I. last night.
Their destination was the Pino
Island camps of J. A. Irvine and
they were old and experienced
men picked up in the Twin Cities.
F. D. Vibert, of Cloquet, editor
of the Pine Knot, was a pleasant
caller at the Pioneer office yester
day afternoon. Mr. Vibert- is
deputy internal revenue collector
and was on his way to Northome
on official business.
Guy Knott was at Blackduck
last night on business. Mr.
Knott leaves some time this week
for the southern part of the state
where he has a position as col
lector for the P. F. Collier pub
lishing com pang.
Thos. Bailey, Jr., returned
last night from Ashland, Wis.,
where he has been on business
for several days. Mr. Bailey
has accepted a position as travel
ing salesman for the Ashland
Cigar Company and assumes his
duties the first of the month.
His territory is undecided, but
he will either travel in tkis sec
tion or in western Montana.
Butter and eggs,' Peterson.
Nothing pajn be better than the
best -Murk's Lung Balsam i^
Wm, Lennon is down fipni the
Battle River country.
Standard canned fruits 10
cents IXM' can at Nannie's.
17V17C! Dr. C.l. Larson.the
i I JEuj""weye
specialist, at the
Anton Wiclcson rouiovod' his"
family to Kosby today.
J. C. Parker, the Solway lum
berman, is in the city.
Deputy Sheriff Bailey is at Ten
strike on official business todav.
Max Friedman, the Remington
typewriter man. is in the city to
Rev. Astwood, of Blackduck,
is visiting with Bemidji friends
Attorney E. E. McDonald is at
Cass Lake ou lesral Business
Sergeant Witte enlisted four
men at the recruiting oftiee tiiis
J. M. Richards returned today
from a business trip to
Swan Torkolson, formerly
sheriff of Clearwater county, was
shaking hands with his Bemidji
friends this morning.
There ]sTib~leyei:_si powerful
as plain and simple facts Mark's
Lung Balsam will euro your
Frank Bush went out to La
Salle this morning to make
arrangements for the starting of
John Guthrie, one of the good
Republican residents of the town
of Turtle River, was transacting
business at the court house this
Short mill wood, ready for use,
drys quickly, $2 per^oad deliver
ed. Crookston Lumber Co.
Sam Tliorsen of Fosston is in
the city this afternoon. Mr.
Thorsen is looking" up a business
location and is being shown
around the city by J. Willits.
Ciesar dead and turned to clay
might stop a hole to keep the
wind away. Take Mark's Lung
Balsam it is the best.
Superintendent Howard, of
the Dakota division of the Groat
Northern, passed through the
city in his ^private car. today
making a tour of inspection of
M. E. Smith, who handles
building material, says there is
a brisk demand for all sorts, of
building stuff at present. Mr.
Smith received several car loads
of new stuff this morning.
Conductor .lames Nelson, who
has been running on No.'s 1.2 and
13 between Grand Finks and
Cass Lake has been succeeded
by Conductor Mayor, of Grand
R. II. Can* postG. A. R. will
make formal arrangements' at its
next meeting for the observation
of Memorial day. Some one of
the state officers is expected to
make the Memorial day address.
Miss Blanche Woodward, who
has been atteningtlie Hess Busi
ness college at St. Paul, where
she has just completed a course
in shorthand and tyicwritoin
returned to her home in Bemidji
George Duffy, formerly con
nected with the light and power
company at Cass Lake*, has ac
cepted a position as fireman at
the electric light plant of War
field Bros, and moved his family
up from Cass Lake yesterday.
County Treasurer French this
morning received a telegram
from his old home at Redwood
FallJ qtaliiig/lllat Ms mother wno
has been very ill for some time
past is dieing.
S. McOamus of Walla Walla,
Wash., is in the city on his way to
Duluth, for a short visit with his
son, Rowe McCarnus of the Pio
neer force. Mr. McCarnus was
on? of the early residents of Be
midji but is now comfortably lo
cated on the coast.
W. J. Eiletf, who has made his
home in Bemidji for some time,
enlisted at the local recruiting!
office this morning. Mr. Eildk
served one enlistment with the
regular army and was through a i
campaign in the Phillipincs. For
trie-present he will be attached to
the general recruiting service
and will be Sergeant Witte'sj
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Rev. W. .1. Conard. of Park
Rapids, is in Beniidji,
Advertise in the Daily Pioneer
It's a good investment.
.1. W. Joyce, of Northome, is a
visitor in the pity today.
Wiiiitts $ Cahill this morning
sold the .1. Kohuleau property
on Beltrami avenue t- Peter
J. B. Kelley, an old time lum
berman and one Of the best river
men in the Northwest, is in the
city today from Menahga.
Tlio Fire Department will give
a dance in about three weeks.
The proceeds will 1)0 used to do
fray~tho expenses of the running
team at the llullotk tournament.
Tracy BarcfweU loft today for
his old home at Fairmont,-Minn.,
wlterelie will spend several weeks
rouewirjgold acquaintances. Mr.
Bard well intends to interest
some of his old Martin county
mends in this section and upon
his return expects to have som
them accompany him to make
some invest uicnl in the eut over
lauds in this vicinity.
I SOCIAL EVENTS
Miss Mae Chapman entertained
a party of about forty friends at
her home last Friday evening.
The guests were members of the
local lodge Ladies of Maccabees.
The Chapman home was very
taistily decorated for. the occasion
and a delightful evening was
spent in games and social enter
course. Refreshments w.ereserv
ed and all present were royally
We offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. F. .J. Cheney &
Wo, the undi'rsigned. have
known F. .1..Cheney for the last
1") years, and beleivo him poili
transactions, and financially able
to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
WALDING, KINNAN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mneons surfaces
of the system. Testimonials
sent \'rci\ Price 7."c. per bottle.
Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for
A Whole Family.
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A Remarkable Case.
Thos. Reed, cU Neillaville, Wi^.,
Your Whit Winolol TftF Syr| i.s tiio
iK'Ht int'difiii'' foi\Ui luii^'i Unit has
yypf liccn .:)Ul_-l-UVj--4'***tfvr-t-|)l
from my own dxpertence. I ttiiiik it
has twice payed my liiV when. swflVr
injr from a dlaeaatj the tin-oat ami
lunjji. It i-ui't'd my Deighbor, Mr.
Doweij, of asthma that had afllicteO
im for years.
E. L. NAYL0R,
A i 4k rf*W niJlNi
& Dishes, etc
eral Variety 6t .Merchandise.
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Ilcv. I.. A. Duiil'.p. nl Mount Vci
nun, Mo., BOyjs: "M chihlrcn wen
Jlfllicted with i ou .'li rbxidtiiig from,
EogLB'ipi) my wife with a epugh ihui ft fy fy fy j fy fy fa 0 & $ 0 $
had prevented hot' sbopinr iimrii i
I( SH for five yearn, and ymir W'liitc
Wine of Tar Kynui )i is cured thiim
AAA A AAA A A A A
..Nobby, Ne Stock No Displayed..
Tliis line pf Pipes contains some of the
iinest goods that any smoker could
wi.di lor. .Call and look them over.
CITY DRUG STORE
THE PIONEER DRUG STORE OF BEMIDJI
Many Good Reasons
has mam distinctive points of merit. Everybody who
wants a range and understands* the desirability and
economy of having only the best, should come in and
let its show this raitge,
This is the original and only all-steel range.
There are no ethers s\lm-li deserve to he mentioned in
the same class.
The quick heat radiation of this range makes
a very great saving in th* amount of fuel.
DON'T 1 ill. TO, si:i: IT.
F. M. Malzahn & Co.
WANTE To list bargains
in real estate. $300 to
WILLITS & CAHILL.
$ W O Si @@$f
headquarters for Caps, ITose, lTndenvear,
Pants and all kinds of Notions, Lamps,
Cigars, Tobaccos, Cahdiesj Nuts and a gen-
We want your trade, and appreciate your patronage
giving you more for your money it all times than 0
you get elsewhere
2 AVe cordiall,y
,nvite vou to call and see us at our old 0
The Fair Variety Cas Store
_J Fire Insurance.
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Spring Line of Baby Carriages and
Swellest Line of Iron Beds Ever Shown
Nobby Line of Rockers, All Styles and