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SPECIAL SALE OF
..Dress Goods, Trimmings..
ALSO NEW LINE OF BELTS.
&' AT"THE I
iBerman Emporiu i
Next Door to Post Office
More of those fresh Straw
berries. We receive them
daily. Fancy lemons,
Jumbo bananas, Fancy na
vel oranges, tangerines,
pineapples, radishes, cu
cumbers, young onions,
asparagus. If it comes
from The Grill it must be
For wall paper see J. A. Hoff,
Ice cream and strawberries.
Armstrong & Underwood.
A. McKinnon, the Crookston
awning man, is a Bemidji visitor
As school has closed the boys
must have something to play
with so buy an express wagon at
G. Finley, who has been spend
ing the winter in this vicinity
with his brother, Solon Finley,
returned to his old home at Blake
field, Ont., today.
Caesar de id and turned to clay
might, stop a hole to keep the
wind away. Take Mark's Lung
Balsam, and avoid this fate
opera house Mopday, June 6.'
Those having a ticket for supper
will be admitted during the even
ing free of charge. Otherwise
W W rTTT^r^r*
there will be a charge of ten
cents for admission during the
evening. A good, hot supper for
J. R. Rasrousson, representing
the Hamms Brewing company at
Crookston, is in the city on busi
Armstrong & Underwood serve
ice cream at all hours of the day
M. E. Harbin, the Crookston
life insurance mrn, is in the cily
on business today.
A fine picture given away with
every ten dollar cash purchase
at Naylor's. i
L. H. Bailey is in the Twin
Carpets, oilploth and linoleum
at reduced prices at Naylor's.
Attorney F. D. McDonald is at
Keltiher on business today.
Refrigerators is the order of
the day. Naylor has them.
Miss Charlotte Tayloiv who has
been the guest of Miss May Vil
lcman for several weeks, left last
night for Bruce, Wis., for a visit
There is no lever so powerful
as plain and simple factsMark's
Lung Balsam will cure your
State Drainage Engineer Ralph
returned this morning from Kel
liher where he has been looking
up the site for the first state ditch
in Beltrami county. The location
has not been definitely decided
upon. Mr. Ralph went to his
home at Crookston this afternoon,
but will return in a few days 10
make the preliminary survey.
Do not fail to read the Bazaar
ad today or take advantage of
this sale and save about one half
the price on articles mentioned.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by locftl applications, as they cannot
i reach the diseased portion of the ear
Miss Bertha Rem shard t, of the, There isdonly onJef wayg tgogcure deaf-
Pioneer force/went to her Jiorte
atCrookstonlastnightfor a short |gg^^SfeS^^Sfe
visit. Miss Nellie Remshardt, her .of
Eustachian Tube. When thi
sister, was one of the class grad
uated from the Crookston high
school, last night.
The Gypsy Carnival will give a
big-six o'clock supper at the
big-SI OC10C supper a i in
tubteh is inflamed you have a rumblins
soupd Or imperfect hearing, and when
it is entirely closed, deafness is the
result, aud unless the iniianimation
can be taken out and this tube restor
ed to its normal condition, hearing
whichf is nothingcausedn
Bargains this week
Will be better than ever. We will place onour bargain
counter our entire line of White Dress Goods that m-e
worth 15 to 20c per yard at 8c p'nr yard only about 500
yards, aft new and just the thing for waists and dresses.
Jacquard Swiss in blue, pink, Nile, red and tan, the
thing for summer waists sale price 30c per yard.
1 Lot of Belts worth 35 to 50c on sale, 25c.
Men's Collars, the 15cTfor~25c kind, choice 5c each.
Men's Ties, worth 50c, choice this week, 29c
Men's Hats from 75c to^25^wliife they last 50c each.
Men's Shoes, worth 0M$^^ this week $2.19 pair.
Remnants, all kinds, at half price.
Shirt Waists, see the Black Silk ones we are selling
for $3.50 each get one while we can fit you.
Kid Gloves, anv shade and size.
Headquarters for Fresh Groceries.
forever: nine cases
a*re by Catarrh, but a inflamed co
cition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured bv Hall
Catarrh Cure. SenJ for circulars free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
Always something new at McCanig's.
We close 7:30 p. m except Mill Pay Days & Saturdays
A A A A
O TAK E APPEAL
Attorney of Silversack
Action to Secure His
lease From Jail-
court, where S
Charles Scrntchin, attorney
for Frank Silversack, serving a
thirty days sentence at the
county jail for selling liquor to
Clarence Barwise, a minor, yes.
terdav served notice on Judge
Reynolds that he wished an ap
peal and the court is asked to
show cause why it should not be
granted. Judge Reynolds will
render his decision some time to
day. Silversack was given a
straight jail son tor, re of thirty
days and is mkkir.g a s'. reiiuous
effort to secure lis release. The
proceedings his ituteVt' are to
secure an appea1
to i,h3 district
the head durin
He was unconsciou,s for a'time
and has been confined to his home
Kay McjOutcjiebn, of Nymore,
is at St. Anthony's hospital
where ho recently underwent an
toperation for Jiecrosis of the
sternum. He is setting along
A practical pen for practical
men. The Parker pen uses any
color ink, writes heatly, does
not stick or splutter. A. E.
SETS THE SHIM ON FIRE.
No disease causes so much lodil discomfort, or itches,
burns and stings like Eczema. It begins often with a
slight redness of the skin, followed by pustules or blis
ters from which a gummy, sticky fluid oozes, which dries
and scales off or forms bad looking sores and scabs. It
appears on different parts of the body, but oftenest upon
tlie back, arms, hands, legs Dea
and face, and is a veritable you knoBj,i.it wha 8. 8.i
All the Latest Novelties in
Men' Furnishing Goods Hat
and-Shoe for Summe Wea
Are now in Stock.
terns: Straw Hats Tennis, Canvas and Light Leather Shoes.
We carry a large assortment of Men's Negligee Shirks, soft bosom, in entirely new pat-
Will buy Men's Suits in latest styles hand tailored strictly first class in every pai
Will buy a first class Business Suit that will wear well and give entire satisfaction
Meyer (BL Co.,
MA BE FAKE
Story of Finding of Dead Nan
Near Sorting Gap Cannot
company.. None of tin
crossed the lake sinc
escape with a tine and without
the humiliation a j.iil sentence.
ing to the storm, but Coroner
Henderson has not been noli lied $
and the story cannot be yeri.lio.cl
at any of the sources where infor
mation should bo 'expected.
Just received, a line assortment
of pipes and smoker's supplies at
To Constitute Lodge.
Delicious ici croain daintily
served at Armstrong- & Under
wood 's. George Trent Injured.
George E. Trent, tho new man
ager of the Markham hotel, will
probably arrive Tuesday or
Wednesday of next week to take
charge of the house. Mr. Trent
had expected to come sooner but
sustained injuries in a runaway (banquet will be served. A recep-j
accident near Alexandria which tion will afterwards be held at
have incapacitated hiin for a time, the hall and the lodge will be
Mr. Trent was thrown from a given its charter with ...the usual
buggy and badly bruised about ceremonies. All members of the
The local lodge of the Eastern
Star will give a supper and re
ception tomorrow nittht in honor
of-Grand Worthy Matron Eliza
beth Thomas who comes to the
city to constitute the local lodge,
which was organized last winter
and is in a very thrifty condition.
The members will meet at the
lodge rooms at 0:o and proceed
to the Grill restaurant, where a
the runaway, i order in the city are extended *a, ker pen
o't.im spoeiai invitation to attend the jeweler
supper and reception.
Moody Will Be a Doctor.
George Moody, the well-known
court reporter, who has many
Bemidji friends, has decided to Monday evening, June opera
take up the study of chiropractic,
according to Fred Brinkman, who
hns just returned from Keesland
Institute at Duluth. Mr. Moody
is learning the business at-the
Chiropractic institute atBrainerdj Sunday afternoon to take part in
at the present time and remarks
from his many Bemidji friends
are cfuite unnecessary.
Don't miss seeing the
blind man with his little girl
Leah Gitana, the best organ
erinder this side of the ocean.
All Woodmen are requested to
meet at tlfeir hall tit 2 o'clock
the Memorial Day exercises
Services at the M. E. church at 7
o'clock Sunday evening.
Remember the card party to
be given by the Modern Samari
tans at their hall Monday evening.
Valuable prizes to the winners.
Good social time cordial invita
tion to all.
Parker's Lucky Curve fountain
each One. A. K. Winter, tho
o.oou inc raiwywig it
f-mir at titr-.f p neriallv eafferetl with ClUfOnic Eczema over
torment at times, especially ean
at night or when overheated. Inj? to (redt curedl Have used Raives and washea
The raii!Pn Fc7ema is a and different kinds of blood medicine, have been
1 ne cause Oi wzemd M. a
too acid con dltion Ol tne not ret relief. leg was in a terrible condition
blood. The terrifying ic hi- when I started the use of S. 8. 8. Ha ve taken severa
bottle a a
by the overflow through the
glands and pores of the skin
of the fiery poisonSwith which the blood-current is overloaded. While ex
ternal applications, such as washes, soaps, salves
and powders are soothing and cooling, they do not
enter into the blood itself or touch the real cause of
the disease, but S. S. R. doe?, and purifies, enriches,
and strengthens the thin acid IJI'KKI and cleanses the
general system when the skin cleaTS off and Eczema and all its terrifying
jymptoms disappear. Book on the Skin and its diseases free. No charge
tor medical advice. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
done forme. I have
i 0 mon ey trr
ted by the beat doctors in the city, but conld
and burning are produc ed leg or any othenrd parotw ot my body I for i
a new man.
2601 Thomas St.
St. Louis, Mo
A rumor is current about tin
city this afternoon to the effectl
thai the body of a man who pre-1
sumably drowned in lake 1i vine
or the river, was found near
the sorting gap shortly before j-rt
noon today, by some men em- A
ployed by the Brainerd Lumber) A
Flvoroom House, 80-foot .let
(no ri'imli-sii nxtni IMH'IH-0
IVo-room House, 25-fb~Qt lot:
SevtMerooiu House, ."0foo lot
Lar ge Lot, 50xJW0- *l" hanOlos
one lot tliO.iN).
one tot TIIW."".
I Willits & Cahill.
Ladies will not find
writing a task if they use a Par
-A-.by. Winter, tin
J. M\ Smith of Minneapolis is
Gypsy }n the city for S visit with his
son, Dr. Smith.
Nothing can bo better than the
best Mark's lung Balsam is the
M. P. DeWolf, the cruiser for
the Grand Forks Lumber Co.,
is in the city today.
Prof. Edmunds has boon on
the. sick list lot several days and
his trip oftstlias been temporar
ily postponed as a result.
AbeWyler, who has been at
St. Anthony's hospital for sev
eral days underwent an operation
this afternoon and is expected to
be able to leave the'hospital the
latter part of the present week.
When the time comes for paint
ing your house or polishing your
furniture the question arises as
to the best place for securing the
material. Nangh* handles paints
and furniture polish.
AlWi^y--Uliesjbtir McKuskk is
home-JiXQiV- MmtiCapDlis, whore
ho went itUn UH* funeral of
Mrs A. T. Ankony, who died last
Thursday. Sim was |Uit well
known to many Bemidji friends.
Ladies of the Baptist church
will servo.light refreshments at
-the Hn'/Aiur store tomorrow after
noon from to All are cor
dially invited. No eharge will
Wm. Metlinnis, who drives one
of Tom Smart's dn teams, lost
a rain coat off the dray ye-sterday
afternoon. In one of the pockets
was a live dollar bill and a check
drawn by the Pioneer Co. for #h'.
Mr. McGJnriis will appreciate the
return of the coat with the eheck
Mrs. C. H. Arnold of Monte
video, who has been the guest of
her sister, Mrs. K. E. Miller. Tor
the past month was pleasantly
surprised last evening by a num
Ber^f friends.' A very merry
evening was passed the occasion
being fn the nature of a farewell
to Mrs, Arnold who will leave for
her home next Monday.
1 J. A. HOFF. ^"^mm
Painter and Decorator.
l: Is always the priiUp of the
Aitisto I'latiuii l'rints
N maile at the l.AKl'.SIDI'.
and Art Work. 25 off on Wall Paper!
^llttMK't:''H is. h jr'jt!f!CCi3UlS
SWELL? isZ 1
Hj 1 the eoiiunenl on the new E
K] Sepia Ton Portraits at
ipi Ca ll ami M-r Us. \'ni art-i'M'1 wrlcuim m.
I M. .1. NORSK. Proprietor. I
L. J. MATHENV. Prop.
Vine Line of Qi^nra & Tohaeeos
Oi i (f it
I Dr. J. Wapninjjcp
utile.- in ivnr of A iv RnmiHii
HI saloon. 4th si. ri.nu,:,.l.it DCHIIUJ!
Owner of Hciiernl lil.n-L'fonl. r..,-,.i,l ]S
JS S:~'=i. who wilt make ilio-a-on of l!H
ill Hi-mliUI :il a srvW.v f.-,-\.f *-.M I'IM
I lollui,,-a-. il ami -l- li.-n Hi. mure
Lnortii ii.l in foa l. Iioi ri fail to .see Li
him lufoiv In-.-riittitf your man-- jj,
ii MTK ,i:it i it it irioooOOi
Bring lr\ your Slr\ Orders!
Pictorial. Electrical and
Novelty Signs. Banners
and Show Cards.
New, Neat and Up-to-Date.
THE PIONEER. DRUG STORE O BEMIDJI.
...CHOIC E LOTS...
Grow More Valuable Every Day
The demand for Building Lots in Bemidji continues
unabated. We slill have a largo number of Kino Residence
Lois, however, in all u'ls of the city.
You could have hotiglit elu^mj^jiJ^wijmxMjL^
you will not. he able to luy cheap a few months from now.
Bemidji Townsite & Improvement Co.
JOHN F. GIBBONS, Local Agent.
SIG N S
^TTJV^J KI^T I S
We fire *iotr ofrn Day ontl I!reninff.
A man in attemlam'e itt uU times.
Come and see our
You can choose from a car lot. Finest line
ever shipped into Northern Minnesota.
..LIEN0 WAL FINISH..
We handle it in bulk von do not have to
pay a hig price for worthless packages, but
get full weight: All colors, Sc per pound in
25 and 00-pound lots, ~v per pound.
Why not trade where you can get the most for your money?
ON ^W. C. JONES.,
M. E. CARSON, Manager.
^SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY:
I'aiiey Crawrinl t'i-ai'tir*.
I'aney I-fiiiun CHnu 1'i-ai-lu-..
Regular eri.'' M
lan.v I*,-.l.-.l \eiir.'i-.
Ui-irular pricu 30c Taney Elftf I'liim-
s: i! ('s n'M is :t i(':t :t 1: :i :t :s s: :t!(.
20c 25 25
l'aney I'n-srrvrd Strawlnrii-s,
I'ain Canin-'il Swi-.-t l'oinl-s.
Caii'-J Cannril Apples,
|H-I gallon i-an
I'an.-v lloim- Cun-il Hams,
PtllH'j Ilium- CurcVel slionlili-r.
I'aiiev 3K llcriimr.
Princess Grocery Co
25-lb Pail for $ 3 50
Only cents a pouhd for the \n'fii Stock Food on
(he market all sizes of the food for sale at the
CITY DRUG STORE