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Removal sale at Peterson's.
See JonesW. C. Jones./
Removal sale at Peterson's
Wm. Blakeley, was in'the city
this morning on his way to Cass
One half off on bulky articals at
Peterson's removal sale.
Miss Lou Olson wont to Walker
this morning for a week's visit
with friends and relatives
Removal sale at Peterson's.
Sherman-William and Harri
son's paints, for sale by C.has.
Why balance on the verge of
consumption when Mark's Lung
Balsam will cure.
Bargain No. 9.
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NEW LINE OF BELTS
We have been
procuring a line of
in Mulls, Notting
Points, in White
lengths of 1 1-2 2,
yards. It is to your
vantage of these
chase means a great
other goods in the
Friday, Saturday & Monday.:
Bargain No. I.White' Goods for dresses and waist-
ings former price45-18cr ttgrtliroe days only 10e a yard.
.Bargain No. 2.Colored Wash Waistings, worth 18c
to 20c sale price 12 1-2 per yard.
Bargain No. 3.One lot of Ribbons, worth 121-2 to
15c for 9c per yard.
Bargain No. 4.Ladies' Black Mercerized Skirts
former price $1.25 to $1.50 your choice, 89c.
Bargain No. 5.Men's Glo\ es. one lot at 50c a pair.
Bargain No 6.Men's Gloves, worth 75c and $1.01)
sale price, 69c.
Bargain No. 7.Men's Ties, worth 35c to 50c your
choice for 29c.
Bargain No. 8.MeiLaJaJiirts, gwthjrocjojyL2^
your choice for 50c each.
-Can Peaches, worth 25c.
Bargain No. 10.Canned Strawberries, worth 15c for
10c per can,. _______
Bargain No. 11.Canned Strawberries, worth
yours for 15c per can.
Bargain No. 12.8 bars Cabinet Soap for 25c.
On and after May 10. we will clse-fttr^60-
p. m., except Saturdays and Mill Pay Dap
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S ...DRY GOODS STORE...
Slaughter Sale ii\
HAV E BEEN FORTUNAT E to close out the manufacturers' line
of Tailor-Made Skirts at about one-half of the original price. W
fferthe Ml-benefit of this purchase to our trade, and will place these
I Skirts on sale tomorrow. A "the skirts are man tailored in the latest and
I nobbiest Styles. Colors brown, castor, tan, gray, blue. The newest fancy
$1.50 to $6.00
The Regular Price would be nearly double of that amount
A new shipment of Ladies' Sh|rt Waist Suits and Waists just received Do not miss the opportunity of
our Low Prices and Elegant Selection in MILLINERY. In our Dress Goods and Shoe Departments you will
findthe Newest Fashion Offerings, and Best values for your money. Warner's Rust-Proof Corsets.
THE BERMAN EMPORIUM
NEXT DOOR TOPOST OFFICE.
Short mill wood, ready for use
Phone 208 or Wes Wright.
Three hundred pounds extra
fine dairy and creamery butter
at cost before we move at
C. L. Brown, of Crookston is
among today's guest at the
Fresh straw berries and bana
nas daily at Nangle's.
Ed Bishop has accepted a
position as night clerk at the
Don't forget to go to Nangle's
for fishing tackle.
Mrso George Lydick, of Cass
Lake, .is in the eityjhe g-uest/of
Bring in your old garden hose
and have it repaired. We.can fix
it for vou. Jerrard Plumbing Co.
15c pr can.
equally fortunate in
ham. Netting, Irish
and Arabian. In
21-2, 3 and 1-2
interest to take ad-
bargains as the pur-
saying to you. All
store at a great re-
Latest Novelties Just In
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Reinoval sale at Peterson's.
For wall paper see J. A. UotT,
Alex. .Carlson, of Blackduck,
was transacting business at the
court house this' morning.
Removal sale at Peterson's
Nothing can be better than the
bestMark's lung Balsam is the
Frank Snyder is assisting at
the register of deeds office at the
Sec the new Princess Dressers
J. P. Lain- sells the Ideal Fold
J. P. Johnson, "Sailor Pete"
one of the salt of the earth at
Northome. is in the city today.
For optical goods call on A. K,
Winter, the jeweler.
George Canterbury, who has
been on the sick list for several
days is able to be around again,
A. E. Winter, the jeweler, has
the largest line of optical goods
in the city.
A. _. LaFrenicre, editor of
the Northome Record, is in the:
city today on his way to his oldlocated
home at Red Lake Fulls for a
visit. LL _z_i
If your watch stops, bring it
to A. E. Winter, the jeweler,
next door to Eirst National bank.
The Sun Shine Club will hold a
mooting Saturday afternoon at
2 30 sharp, at the home of Lucy
Remember the food sale by
the ladies of the M. E. church at
the Princess Grocery Saturday
from two to six p. m.
Street Commissioner Pogue,
has a force of men at work clean
ing up the alloys in the business
portion of the city.
If you don't have your shirts
and collars ironed on the newMcCoiikey's
domestic machine at the Hemidji
Steam Laundry you are behind
Theliearing' of the slander ease
brought by Mrs. Nolan of Nymore
against Airs. James Burke has
bees adjourned until the 2Qth
An Open Letter.
From the Chapin, S. News:
Early in the spring my wife and
I were taken with diarrhoea andj-l
so severe were the pains that we
called a physician who prescrib
ed for us, but hismodicinesfailed
to give any relief. A friend who
had a bottle of Chambei Iain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy on hand av each of us
[a dose and we at once felt the
jetToct^^^procured a lxjttlo and
ibe fore using the entire contents
wa were entirely cured. It is a
jwonderful remedy and should he
I found ineveryhousehold.il. C.
l' iil\v.Editor This remedy is for
[sale by Barkers Drug Store.
See' the lar
play of brier
Good RhubarE for three cents
a pound at the Princess.
Call at the Princess for fresh
tomatoes Friday and Saturday.
BenMoeand Fred Harris, with
several friends from Crookston,
are in the city on a fishing trip.
Let us give you our prices 'on
garden hose. JoVrard Plumbing
The Misses Sigha and Ruth
Lundgren, of Kristenham,
Sweden, arrived in the city last
night. They are neices of Sena
tor Swedback and come to Amer
ica to reside.
Lay -in a supply of short^mill
wood for the season. Drys quick
Jelivorcd tor SU
iy- per load
Crookston Lumber Co. I'hone 'Jo-
or Wes Wright,
CrC. Donovan, of the Pioneer-,
is home from a business trip to
Duluth. Tire Pioneer's' special
edition will ho published in to
morrow's edition of the paper.
Short mill wood, ready for use,
drys quickly, &J. par load deliver
ed, 0 rookston Lumber Co.
Phone 20b or Wes Wright.
Paul Foucalt is now nicely
in his--new barber shop
in the basement ofjjie new First
National bank building and hasluth
one of the neatest and finest
locations in the city.
There is no lever so powerful
as plain and simplej'ae.ts Marie's
Lung Balsam will cure your
The gun club will hold another
shoot at the fair grounds next
Sunday afternoon. All trap shots
are invited to attend. Birds will
bo furnished free to those who
are not members of the club.
We charge nothing for hose
washers. Come in and get some,
Jerrard Plumbing Co.-
Good crowds are attending the
pure food demonstration at
grocery this week,
which- is being conducted by
Miss Knaggs. of Kvanston. Ills.
Next week Miss Knaggs will
demonstrate.at the homes of the
city, i Her work at McConkey's
is orovjng a very effective ad
L'esf window di
P. Winter, the
spring of I'.ioi inv" child
Garden hose, lawn sprinklers,
nozzies. Jerrard Plumbing Co.
Special convocation Masonic
YY. S, O'l'.reiu. of Park Rapids,
was a visitor ii. the city yester
Scott Kinn y. of Duluth. has
accepted a position with J. J.
J. Peterson Jr. is occupying
his new quarters the Malzahn
Garden hose -with
spray noxxlo thrown in.
(.\umty AttoriH\v 1
Turned today fvon a busint^s trrp
John Parker and little djvugh:
tor, Miss ,Jes^k^_-a-r-e.-in the cityi
for a visit with friends this after
C.ik Anderson, of Pock Rap
ids, and C. A. Hull, of ..Cedar,
h'apids, Iowa, are looking over
farm lands in this vicinity with a
view of invest ing.
CiOsai' dead and turned to clay
might stop a hole to ket the
wiml away. Take Mark's Lung
lkilsannaud avoid this fate.
Anton "Rrieksdii"was up 1'roin
l\osl)y this morning. He says
they are having a nice ratio at
the store down there and that
Poshy is an excellent trading
Robert Porslund, an old time
resident of Pemidji, returned
last night from Portland, Oregon,
tiearwhich city he has recently
proved up on a valuable timber
Assessor Ja ines Cahiil has been
working in the business section
of the city this week, lie expects
tit through with the business
houses some time next week,
Sherman Paddock* formerly
city editor of the Pioneer, now
hasa city run on the Duluth Her
ald. Mr. Paddock "did" West
Duluth for the paper for a time
and is getting on very nicely.
Harry Corse, a Duluth Travel
ing Salesman, was the guest of
I. Meyer yesterday and Mr.
Meyer showed Mi', ('orse the
pike patch in Lake Irvine ,yester
Mr. and Mrs. W. Lehman
left last night. Cor Grand Porks.
Mr. Lehman has been (diet at the
Markham hold for the past
several months Heissudceodod
by W. II. Williauis, of Superior.
Ted Smith and Matt Mayer.
whojhave been at St. Paul this
week arranging for a special train
from that city to P.emidji during
the 'Liquor Dealer's convention
expected to return Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Browne
Went, to Duluth last night, where
Mr. Browne will make final proof
on a stone and timber claim to
day. Mrs. lirowne will be the
guest.of friends for several days.
The. entertainment committee
of the Retail Liquor Dealer's
Association are arranging for a
band'to furnish music hero -dur
ing the convention. It is probable
that either the Hrainerd, Crooks
ton or Wadena band will be
A. E: Sihith is home from his
trip to the coast. r. Smith
went east on the return trip bo
Core returning to Peinid ji and ex
presses hiuisolf as being better
pleased than ever with Heinidji af
ter his junket.
A. Schneider leaves today
for Duluth and expects to bo ale
sent from the City for a week.
Mr. Schneider will go up to the
Iron range, county before return
ing and intends to make entry on
a stone and timber claim.
The"Mesdaines Jackson mid"
Monplaisir left yesterday for Du
where Mrs. Monplaisir
proves up on a stone and timber
claim. From Duluth they goto
ilwaukei.' fur iLshor.t. visit with
friends and before returning will
visit the St.. Louis Exposition.
POP -the -Ivnights-of
festivalaf Minneapolis May~r2R
the Minnesota and International
will make a rate of one and one
third fares for the round '""trip
*s.so. Tickets will be on sale
May 2') and 2f and will be good
to return May 28.
Matt Thrum moved his restau
rant into its new quarters in the
Malzalrn block yesterday. The
new stand is a great improve
ment over the old. Mr.'Throm
is one of the best chefs in the
city arid his place has always had
a large trade. His new place is
very neat and will no doubt be
\er.y popular with the public at
Deafness Cannot he Cured
"In tfie spring o! r."H my child U~^ yutiiely .-So-dl. deafacnu in*W
ren had a \vhooping cough,"says! p.~,iit. aud unless the Inflammation
PS. I). W. 'a]i]is. Of CappSj Ala. can be taken out arid tube rfestor-
"I used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy with the most sutis
factory results. I thenk this isjwl
the best remedy 1 have ever seen
for whoo]in cougii." This reme
dy keeps the cough loose, lessens
the severity and frequency of
the coughing spells and coun
teracts any tendency toward pneu
monia. For salt by Barkers Drug
ic&tions, us tli'-y catinol
reatlTi nTB ilecas'* poTTiTJTi. 6f "tin:-tTTT"
There is'only boe way to cure deaf
nesH] attfl thai IS by coDfstitutional're
iiiC'iii-. Deafness Is caused by aniru
i flamed" condition of the mucous lining
of the Eustachian Tube. When thin
tube ia tn.tlamed you have a fumbling
i-i sound or imperfect hearing', dmfwfien
el to its norma! condition] hearing
Will be destroyed forever cases
afri- "cause bynine Catarr
)i is nfjt}iinLr
but an inflamed t-on
t.itioi of th'- mii'-i'ii- -'iffac-s.
W'r will ^ive One Huridfetl Dullars
for any case of Deafness [caused by
eatarrh that cannot be cured by Hail's
Catarrh Cure. Sen3 toTctfctrlars free.
K. .1. I'HI'.XKY ft TO..
Sold hy drtitrTi'ts,
Take liall's Family i'ills for consti
l.:uiiulrv \VMI, W
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I'liino IIHI i-aii'irhri-iili
ni-iiiMHi -.urtiiUsl) la i'
M. E. CARSON. Manager.
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY:
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I'aui'.i l.i-iihiu Clluy 1'i-a. Ii
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TH E BES TONIC
drugs, but is a pleasant vegetable preparation. You can find no better
remedy for toning Up the nerves and bringing refreshing, restfu.l sleepewheni
in a low state of health or sick ansf woru out with work or wofry.
S. S. S. improves the I hnre no hesitancy In recommending your S 8
appetite, a'uis" the'dige'jp' "*s'itK'0
Bemidji Steam Laundry
i 4. need orftgood Wood tonio of your medicine,
feets are seen Almost from Yours truly, LEWIS S. FIEBEB
the firSt close. It acts Care Stoll..Hamilton & Co. Lexington, ky.
promptly in case: of chronic dyspepsia, indigestion and nil stomach troubles,
and does away with tli uncimifortalile fullness^ nausea, shortness of breath,
drowsiness and di.-y.ines.s t!i.it so often come after eating..
S. 8. S. is not only the best tonic but possesses alterative or purifying'
properties, and if there is any -taint, humor or poison in the blood it
searches it out, and removes it, Many times a low state of health is due
ton had condition of the blood and can only be remedied by a blood purifier
and tonic.combined, or such a remedy as S, S. S.
If yoy suffer from debility, insomnia, nen-ousness, loss of appetite,
bad digestion,., or any of. the symptoms of adisonleredlVlood, nothing will
so soon put your blood in good condition, invigorate and tone tip the
6ystciu as S, S.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO,, ATLANTA, CAs
i:. I.Iir l'l-i.
fill J ll.iii..,Oi
Fisliiiitj Tml.lc, Tin llooftmj, lc/.ini/,
ami J'Jfwc Tvoiujhiutj.
25-lb Pail for $ 3 50
)nly 15 "cents a poim
flre inarket: all sizes
In S. S. S. Nature has provided a tonic suited to
every requirenleflt' of the system when in a debilitated,
run down condition. It contains no strong- minerals or
Sprin toni on the mnrket hav used
_ i ninny otherPleasure medicines, but find S. Swhoto 8. be undoubti
ful and reinforces the edly theko only tonic that will build up the system I
SVSlein. and its irood ef- "hftl
in telling all I think
L. MATHENV Prop.
fin.- Line of Gigar* v\ Tobai-eos
!t :c:i(' ,K K'
a N'.'^v Si,
just re :eived
FOR SPRING OF 1904.
I. .1. MOIiSK, Proprfetor.
YOUR TRADE SOLICITED
If Not From Missouri!
WM would likefco"show you" tli.it wlten it
cidiics 1o (Jood Stock iiinl lliglit
can please the most r'mick\" buyers.
us in any...0^,1e of the following
JI i v/lit'ft lin Hit. i II ff matttiul, Haul it-oil Paints
)t ij )t. ii. )(i )ti!t.?ri?jiKiSMSiI
Naturalist and Taxidermist
3tH Sei.iml St. I'oslcifflce Holt No. 6S0
UlkD.s. WHOLE ANIMALS, FISH. r-URRUOS AND ROBES
ami (IAMI: IILAOS mount ed to ord er and for 3Ule. I carry at
nil tliin-sii itnod iiiHortiiK-nt ol INDIAN WliLICS mid CURIOS,
l-'t.'R UARMBNTS made lo order, repaired and remodeled
PUR'SJn sea-ion bought.
I guarantee my work mothproof and
the most lifelike of any in the state
WORK IS IQQUALLKIJ 15V
iiw, IVVCI IJJ:I IJY NONK
A Dc|oHi Itoqulrctl on All Work
best Stock Food on
ooit for sale at the
CITY DRUG STORE
THE PIONEER DRVG STORE OF BEMIDJI.
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