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SPECIAL SALE OF
to ..Dress Goods, Trimmings..
ALSO NEW LINE OF BELTS.
Next Door to Post Office.
FRESH CUT FLOWERS
Or lk ii
Go to Hakkerup for photos.
C. H. Miles is on the sick list.
Hens eggs not partly hatched
R. N. Edwards has accepted a
position at the Markham hotel.
Go to the Princess for all kinds
of fireworks and flags.
Now will you keep cool? Get a
refrigerator at Nay lor's.
Nothing can be better than the
best Mark 's lung Balsam is the
Armstrong & Underwood serve
ice cream at all hours of the day
The little daughter of Mr. and
Mr s. C. S. Vincent, of this, city,
is seriously ill. tz
New Habsburg imported china
for wedding gifts, at A. E. Win
ter's, the jeweler.
The little daughter of Mr. and
Mr s. E. Stanford, of Nymore, is
seriously ill of typhoid fever.
The re is no lever so powerlul
as plain and simple factsMarie's
Lung Balsam will cure your
Cha^Haydelf,^bf Blaclcduck, is
in the. city on business today.
Mr. Hayden is supervisor of as
sessors and has been traveling
about the county considerably of"
W offer at a bargain for this week
1 lot Ladies' Vests, worth 10c to 15c your choice for 5c
All our Ra in Coats for men and ladies at cost and less.
Co me in and see them.
See the Black Waists we are offering at $1.25
Ladies'_K-iit-G oves all shades the best made.
Ladies' Si rap Sandals, per pair $1.15
Men's Shoes in the bargain basket, wor th from $2.00 to
$2.10 your choice, $2.18
Men's Ties the 00c kind on sale at 29c each
Men's Collars the 2-for=20c~kind at 5 each
Pearl Button s. 5 per dozen
Men's Hats, worth from 70c to $1.00: your choice 50c
Only a few left.
Always a complete and fresh line of Groceries at McCuaiir's
0* 'S ^*t 9 y?
late. He says the work is pro
Oranges, oranges, at clie Lake
Ice cream and straw berries.
Armstrong & Underwood.
F. E. Cy r, of Blaekd tick, is a
guest at the Markham today,
M. Cleary, the Tenstrike saloon
man, is in the city on business
Delicious ice cream daintily
served at Armstrong & Under
Ives'ice cream only, served at
our parlors over the store. J.
The Masonic lodge has a special
convocation tonight to confer the
Why balance 08 the verge of
consumption when Mark's Lung
Balsam will cure.
Imported china dinner sets
direct from Austria, at A. E.
Winter's, the jeweler.
Chris. Chiistensen, of The
News, leaves tomorrow for a sev
eral days' visit at his old home at
Assortment of cakes and cook
ies served free of charge with
Ives' ice cream at the Lakeside
Ca3sar dead and turn ed to clay
might stop a hole to keep the
wind away. Take Mark's Lung
Balsam, and avoid this fate.
'.Mrs.'C. W. Newberry and Miss
Fern Keane. of Crookston, who
have beert the guests of Mrs. R.
W Hitchcock for some time re
Deafness Cannot be Cured
By local applications, as they can
not reach the diseased portions
of the ear. There is only one
way to cure deafness, and that is
by constitutional remedies. Deaf
nessis caused by an inflamed
"condition of thejn.ucuus_lhiing_oi
th(^u^aehiajiIEube^__WLi^jQlLS tube is inflamed you haVe a rum
bling sound or imperfect hearing,
and when it is entirely closed,
Deafness is the result, and unless
the inflammation can be taken
out and this tube restored to its
normal condition, hearing will be
destroyed forever nine cases out
of ten are caused by Catarrh,
which is nothing but,an inflamed
condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give $100 for any case of
Deafness (caused by catarrh) that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
(Jure..:* Send- for circulars free.
F. J. CHEG-EY & Co.,
Sold by druggists, 75c. Take
Hall's Family Pills
We close 7:30 p. m., except Mill Pay Days & Saturdays
WM. McCUAIG WM. McCUAIG
turned to their homes yesterday
Oranges, oranges, at tlie Lake
Jardmer es & Jardinere staiidsi
at Nay leu-'s.
Tiros. Nary, the well known
Park Kapids luinberaian. was
shaking hands wiih Bemidji
friends last night
Take the baby to see the ele-!
pliant, but buy a folding go cart
at Nay lor's and. avoid the crush, i
Kev. F- E. Uiggiuswill occupy
the pu.ip, uL the .....Presbyterian
cll re 1) .Sunday, both mm in
Assortment of cakes and
pf^ of vhargej
with Ives' ice cream at the Lake
Kay Glidden, 6f NymoVe, who
has been at St. Anthony's hospi
tal tor some ii me past, is -getling'
along very nicely.
For wedding gifts call on A. K.
Winter, the jeweler. The largest
line of cut glass and sterling sil
ver in the city.
The infant child of" Mr. and
Mrs. Walter ClulT, of Tenstrike.
died yesterday. Funeral services
were conducted yesterday.
Remember the food sale of the
Ladies of the M. E. Church at
the Princess Grocery tomorrow
afternoon from '1 to 15o'clock.
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.
P. H. McGarry passed through
the city this morning returning
to his home at Walker from a
business trip to Blaekd uck.
When shopping visit Nay lor, s.
A-JI ice cool place to rest. Yx
Remember the food sale of the
Ladies.of the M. E. Church at
the Princess Grocery tomorrow
afternoon from 2 to o'clock
T. J. Miller has sold the J. Q.
Henderson farm at the bead of
the lake,,to S. P, Adams of Ten
strike. Consideration $U(50.
M. E. Thurston left this morn
ing for Baudette where he has
business interests, and will be
absent on the trip for about ten
Your home is not complete un
less you have one of those Hut
piece dinner sets at E. A. Win
ter's, the jeweler.
S. B. Works, 'who has been
spending several days in this
vicinity looking after his business
interests, returned to his home
at Mankato this mottling.
Big reduction in prices on
Bobkcas( ssa-nd--W it i 11g Des Us
-for next ten days at Naylor-Sr
Last montli'ThonmsMfGtitcli-|-Tng--elder- of th
eon, of Nymore, sustained a loss
by lire, which was settled yes
terday by T. J. Miller. Mr. Mc
Cutcheon received $85 in cash.
A nice Hammock is ju st ./what,
you want for a picnic. See
George Palmer* presidential
the First National bank of Man
kato, was a visitor in tlie city-lust
night. Mr. Palmer lias landed
interests in this vicinity and is
also interested with S.,J). WorKs
in tlie hardwood mill plant at
Firecrackers, large and small.
Hags of all kinds, baloons at the
Mrs. Edward Kaolble and
daughter, Miss Marion, are ex
pected to rettnai from Minne
apolis tonight, where Miss
Kaelble has been attending
South Side High school for the
Get a "Comfort Chair-- at Nay
lor's and view the parade
The painters and carpente rs
ai'e (ivcrhiiuling tho M. & I.
passt nger depot this week and
makiug improvements, an indi.ca
tioh that the new depot which
has boon talked of is not a possi
bility of the very near future.
The same excellent cow butter
in jars, nothing better, at
The Bemidji Pressed Stone and
Tile compaffy have shut down
their factory for a few days and
are awaiting the arrival of cement
before operations will bo starlet,
again. Ever since the factory
started this spring it has been
doing a larg isim ss-and it has.
orders up tbit's capacity at ores
Have Vou a Friend Afflicted With
Frank S. Archibald, of West
Swan/.'-y, N. II writes: For the
past five years I have suffered
with Asthma almost constantly.
I was so nervous at times"! ebuTd"
hardly remain in my school. This
disease coupled with the tn-rvousi
strain to whiFlF'teachei-s are al
i ways subjected, made life almost
I unbearable. Durint a visit to my
i home in Hinsdale, Mr. flann. a
i local druggist, called my .atten
tion to your White Wine of Tar
I Syrup. At first I was skeptic
as I had tried almost ererythingj
I with no permanent help. Fina-liy
I took home a bottle and the eurt
it effected seems almost iniracu
lous to me after my former re
i poated disappointments.
I want to recommend yonr
remedy to everyone who has beeri
I fitricted as 1 was for over five
years and I shall be glad to reply
to enquiries regarding my case.
JOINTS AND MUSCLES SW0LIEN AND STIFF
A disease so painful and far-reaching in its effects
upon the human sysUm as Rheumatism, must have :i deep
ami well-laid foundation. It originates and develops' iq
the blood, and, like other diseases of the blood, is fre
quently inherited. The poisonous acids with which the
blood is charged ciumljte through the system" luc ikitm
down the health, irritating
the nerves, settling iu joints i
Rising From Ashes.
Slii-vlin Advocate: t!,oo. Daniel
and Win. Briimpton.are the first
to commence rebuilding alter the
disastrous lire. Coo. Daniel has
purchased the Widness corner
and has started the rnvtion ofa
Base BnlI Sure
It is now a certain'! that
si rilce will have a base ball
this summer, and one that
Will Hold Camp Meeting..
Rev. fTrFayette Dodcls, prs
trrictofthe M. 13. church, reports
that camp meetings will be hold
at various placesJn the district
during the next few weeks. The
large outfit of tents and para
phanalia whi-di. are used~ih the
meeting have been shipped to
Kent, Minn., where- tin
series of meetings will be holt
and muscles, and causing the tiu. lwuav laind up in twi'or sihxo-Y
sharp, cutting pains peculiar iSS^SiS^SS??
tiered still and sore, ftntt the well liian.
muscles become CoaUd with could not rlo*tti when orrnpri. 1 wns trotting
the acrid matter and aie "ti 11- whn l^Ki s,*, but i saw it
toning up the nerves and all ..parts of .the system. It is j:uaranteed strictly
vegetable. Write us should you desire medical adviee, wliieh will cost you
nothing, TM SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA,
feel, two stories
high. Win. Ifriimpton has pur
chased the lot of Mr, llippie, and
has now under Consl ruction a
livery barn, I I 7t! feet. ther
are getting ready to build, and in
about three months the east side
of the street will be rebuilt.
Tliroivn From a Wagon.
Mr. Cecirgo K. Dabeoch
I brown from" his wagon and se
verely bruised. lie applied
Chamberlain'^ Fain. I oil in freely
and says it is the best linimeiil
he ever used. Mr, Babcoclcis a
well known ei.t.i/on of Nor-th
I'lain. Cbnn, Tliere is nothing
equal to Fain I'.ahn for sprains
and-bruises. It will eiTect a cure
in one third the I ime rei|iiired by
any other (real uient, b\v sale
IJv I ia riser's Druu: stoi-e.
"skin" anything in the northern I Phalou is one ol the ukiest a nd
co'untr v. The ground which has best, known dent ist sin I he norl It
been secured east o| to wn is be 'ern section of the stale, lie has
i ng cleared and ut iu shape, and been fh poor heal th for some
before another weel the boys'tiine, i la et wl.ieh his inaiiy
will play ball. Thenflioersof the i friends.will'r'egref to learn,
team have not been elect ed yet, ('has. 1 larinoii. who is been
but another meeting'will be'heU! sul'foriii'' front a la .attack i.f
this week'. Trihune.
ng Methodist ca mp meetings".
in c.xovy sense oif i in pnraso.
I.illli- l"'iii- i.ii:o'.li:iii:
A party of jolly .Liftleforkors
visited ihe bachelor liomesteaders
of loWer Beaver brook, last Sun
day, and encouraged the boys to
take a new lease on "life. There
are Bill Klli Carl Nerhaugon and
Ivor Lee. all princes of gooi] fel
lows, all alone on their home
steads against, their wiih We
suggest to hemarriageableladies
of Littlcf'ork tluitwi. golden oppor
tunity will have passed ifj|yoii
don't ju'opose marriage to these
boys before lefet- year is gone.
Tliey wilknever be able to uvuster
np courage to do it themseLv.es,
never in the wide, wide world
and they are nice boys,too, every
one of them.
Handling Hiii Hrivo.
John Sibley, the Ileifa IrfhTber
man. was a Buujidji visitor last
night. r. Sibley has juststar.ted
a drive of seventeen million which
will be handled out of tlie Leech
lake and through the govern muni
dam lo Dokegniii where tb'e.legs
will sluiced and the suinnier"
fur i he mu, compli'l line of
diildreiv's hais in the citv call on
Miss (Iralton at 'Learv ov Dow
I sers". iss I! ralton offers her en
[tire stock" at a discount one
was third from regular prices for I'Yi
dav, Saturday and Monday.
.1. 14. I'Xeil. piv.|rielo of tie
Great Northern hotel at Dark
Kapids. was in tlie city on busi
ness last night. Mr. 'Nei has
been prominent hi polities in ilub
bardcounty for some time a nd
former) re prose nl is county
in ihe legislat ure. I le says indi
cations at present are hat Dub
bard eottnly will send a solid
Dunn tlelegiitjofi to the state con
Ten \i. II. Diialon of Dei mil.
clul) Minn., is rereivino treatment at
will St. Anthony's hospital. Dr.
inllaiiiinatiiry rheiiuuit ism at St.
Anthony's hospital has sitflic-
1**111 l,V recovered lo ho ai de to
leave the hospital and this after
noon went, tdTliief Diver Falls
"Win. Buckley, of Fast Grand
Forks, is in1
months, aud tho
wnw a nmt
eclced, 135r Mt. Avo. II. CHAPMAN
-ustittttiiMia blood riiv-.isi\' rrquovs itrteriv.it troat-
a.-.Urs and such tilings as are applied outw.udiy, give
only.temporal relief. S.S.S. is the iveo-ni/.ed gmat
est of all blood pu.rilleis and toiiies, M\A UI disease
does it act SO promjaly and beneficially as Rheuma
tism, .neutralizing the aoids and tv.-.toi iug tile hlood
to it pure, healthy eoudirrofi a'nd" invigorating mid
the city to spend a
week with his brother George
Buckley. Mr, Buckley is an en
^ineer oivtho Northern I 'acitie.
A. lillespio,Who has ..been it
ji'Si St. Anthny's hopilnl for .some
time past!*aiid whorecently un
111. WIIH i Ii |f
Kev. Doilds will not be able to! dorwont1 delicate
attend all oj tlie. nieetings in per
son, as he has much pressin g!
business in connection with tho lot
management of the district to at
tend to, bul able assistants wilfjifYQXJR MONEY I S
l)i! appniiitod and tJc meeting-sH i/ fiAAr\i
made as much as possible '."reus
ll ,ive vmi got a picture at N iv
I not why not
N O GOOD*
niu i will be refimcteA to_you if after ut*
MJKjialf a bottle vt
iii:.Ctil witli resulta
ai.'tr.'ititcu whicfl goes witb
you nro not
Tliis is our
Tor Sale and Guaranteed Only by
A. n,)IUUK o.
~\0RTIIKR\ LK\(il K7~
At Winiiipeg-i rand P'orks: rain.
Al Dulii.lh, b: Crookston,
At Superior, ft Fa rg o,
Minneapolis or St. Paul
Good to return any time
within ten days. Sixty-day
tickets cost more $21.35
season tickets, 525.60.
Unequaied service via Rock
Island System-two through
Tickets it office of connecrng
312 Nicil'T Ave., Sdinneapofej
6th an.) Rubrrt SM., St. P*ol.
JH paper Hanging,
I overj weak, ansdo uouiing th.'v prettefbed
to Rheumatism. InK^sthe soemeil to holp me.e FujuUy i u.n otf tii.-u-woau
blood is purified, joints and BihSJ^T.^*
M. A HOFF, M"k is Here!
Painter and Decorator.
1 itwn lluii.se, [on
Ull lln'.We. _.
Sl'\ i l'oolil llol|-.(. f( II ^t
l.ai':'i' I .ol 'iH\. .',|i i ii im
one hit jilt).0U.
Willits & Cahill.
BRUNSWICK-BALKE i ''T^nT^"^
i Billiard Haii. ii^rjt:::
I L. J.MAIHKNY.I'rop, lC.r1l
I'un.'-, UK ll.Tiiiic.
I' 111.' i.lli'- of 'lj.SH-. ,V TU|II,'I',H ru
i'xi i!M'c' it. is it.x nu
I Dr. J. \Varninerv:',,':,,n
-.-,1,.,HI. nil -i rimt,. IX'IlIlU) 1 y.
Owner nl' tn-iii i- il lt|:n'l,r,.iil. ri'r..i-.|
jl i. Ii" ill mill,.' Un- i-.,'h ,.r I'.'nl
ill I'.i-iHi.l.ii ill II -.,-n I,-,', f,-,. I \vr
5 I'olliirs.usii and -i h, ,i,
hi tal null tall i
him hi lui'i i.i, ,ii,i i. ,T 11- ui'ai'i",
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For wall paper see .1. A. I |olV,
Miles hlo, lc.
The only Headache Denied
W. I. HATHAWAY,
I Hw'i Act- unrtsolU.
Bring in your Sitfn Orders!
Pictorial. Electrical and
Novelty Signs, Banners
and Show Cards.
New, Neat and-Up-to-Date.
and An Work. 25" off on Wall Paper!
M. E. CARSON, Manager.
SPFXIAL FOR SATURDAVt
l'.in,-\ 'I,. n,..n i iiiu I'tJtti-iiCA
Kt'tdjl o' I'rii'f IWiv
luuEU I'.' I-- \i.:,.-i-i-.
I'.lll. i\ .ii-.
I'aiKj I.'.- I'tni
I p. I ,111
I r.-i-r\ i il Si rawlx'Tlf*
S i (Cetfular price:
I i.ii.v 'jtiincil i-i I'ni :ii.-
Princess Grocery Co
Grove's PepsinCoffee I
The Dopsin relieves tlie Sloiuach, ailtl flic Coffee
relieves the Headache. I-----:
Price 10 cefTis and25'-een-is_ pia_feottIe
Grow More Valuable Every Day
The demand for ijuildiiig Lotis in Heinitlji continues
iinaliatcil. W'e still imve a large niiinheroi' Fine Residence
Lids. Iniwcver, in all parts of the city.
S on eonlil have hoiiglit cheap er a few inontlis ago, ut
you will not be aJ 1e 1 i cliea|i a tew' months from now.
Bemidji Townsite& Improvement Co.
JOHN F. GIBBONS. Local Agent.
It does not weaken the heart.
I S OR.E
Tilt: I'lONttK. IIKV SiOKK OK BEMIDJI.
ID nre HOW open Dim find Evettinff.
A nnru Hi tittrtnfuiirr tit fill times.
Gome and see our
Y"H can choose from a ear lot. Finest tine
ever shipped into Northern Minnesota.
..LIENO WAL FINISH..
W handle it in bulk: you do 4iot have to
pay a bin: price for worthless packages, but
et full weieht: All colors, Se per poundin
2-" and-"(-|xnin loks. 7c. per pounL-. __
Why not trade where you can get the most for your money?
M. C. JONES.