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title: 'The Bemidji daily pioneer. (Bemidji, Minn.) 1904-1971, June 23, 1904, Image 3',
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Swell Selection of all
novelties in Gloves, Belts,
Neckwear, Combs, Etc.
Aeolian crepe, silks in taffetas, fulards, pongees, all at
Office in rear of An-udc RamtHfi t!
Saloon. Mi St. l'lioiic 50 DCIHIUJI
Owner of General Hindi ford. record n-
2:22M, who will make the season of 1!HU
In Uemidji at a service fee of S-'d: Flvti :ajj
Hollars cash and *l" when the marc is
known to be in foal. Don't fail to see jg
liim before breeding your mares. |Kj
Ladies' Belts, worth up" to 50c sale price. 25c
See Corset. Covers we are selling at 25C-50C Bargains!
Ladies' Vests from 5c to 25c on our Bargain Counter
Ladies' Night Gowns worth more, but for the four days,
$1.00 to $1.50
Men's Shirts worth up to 75c your choice. 39c
4* 'I- -i- ^^^^^^4-^^^]^^4^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^i^
The Most Up-to-Date, Best Tailor-
ed, Ready-to-Wear Garments,
Millinery. Shoes, and Ladies*
Furnishings at Lowest Prices.
THREE DAYS OF
Sweeping Bargains in all Departments
It is to the interest of every lady of Bemidji and vicinity to take advantage of
this sale. This store is noted to furnish all goods as represented in quality and value.
Our dress goods department comprises the newest in wash fabrics, finest fabrics in voiles.
from its originally low price.
CLEARANCE SALE IN
Our lineNpMjadiesVMiws^-Tn^^ the most fascinat-
ing styles. Anytime, spent in examining the different lines will be made pleasant to
you. Full variety of styles in various Rust Proof Corsets.
THE BERMAN EMPORIUM
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE
4 '^,$ ,f.4,4, $ 4* 4. $$- .$ 4 $ 4 4^ $ $ *f $$? $ 4s
Men's Shoes, the $2.50 and $2.75 kind: choice. $2.19
Men's Hats worth up to $1.50: yours for $1.00
That Throbbing Headache.
Would quickly leave you, if you
used Dr. King's New7
Men's Hats, lot 2. worth up to $1.00: your choice 50c
Remnants of all kinds at half price
For Groceries. McCuaig has the Best always fresh
new, and of course the Home Brand is the Best
and we have the Best.
McCuaig's for Something New!
We close 7:30 p. m., except Mill Pay Days & Saturdays
J* A A
Thousands of sufferers have
proved their matchless merit for
Sick and Nervous Headaches
They make pure blood and build
up your health. Only 25c, money
back if not cured. Sold by all
...THE BI STORE...
SATURDA & MONDAY
Waists, one lot worth $1.00 sale price $1.25
1 lot Corsets, worth up to .$1.00 your choice for the four
days, 19c each.
Laces, Ribbons, and Dress
Trimmings in Infinite
Varieties and Styles.
WM. McCUAIG i
Go to Hakkerup for photos.
Hammocks at greatly reduced
prices at Naylor's.
F. O. Adams, of Tenstrike, was
a visitor in the city yesterday.
Strawberries, the cheapest
and best of the season, this week
Robert Dudley, a well known
Blackduek man is in the city on
Why balance on the verge of
consumption when Mark's Lung
Balsam will cure.
Mr. and Mrs. .Jess Freestone
are visiting with friends at Cass
Lake this afternoon.
The printers' base ball team
will try out at the old ball
Last call for those who wish to
can the incomparable Minnesota
Assortment of calces and cook
ies served free of charge with
Ives' ice cream at the Lakeside
Kemember the food sale to be
gfyen by the ladies of the M. E.
church at the Princess grocery
You can buy book cases, writ
ing desks and refrigerators at
your own price we are over
stocked, at Naylor's.
Mrs. S." V. Hayes^ of St.
Paul, is visiting her daughter,
Mrs. K. ES McDonald on Like
Boulevard for a'weok.
To complete the neatness of
your home you need some of that
genuine Louwelsa Weller ware.
A. K. Winter.
Sam Gill left this morning for
Minneapolis, where he will pur
chase a large stock for the Gill
Bros, store in this city.
k,. S Kmeannon has com
menced the erection of a tine new
residence next to the Gable prop
erty on Minnesota avenue. A.
Smith is doing the work.
Cuspidores, tankards, steins,
punch bowls, vases, pedestals
and jardinieres, made of the gen
uine Louwelsa Weller ware, sold
The Ex- Duly by A. R. 'Winter,
A. Ellingsoil, fire insurance,
over Barker's 11 ruir storo.
Miss Hattte llalderman i ft
visitor at Cass Lake this after!
Call in and see what we have to
offer you in a refrigerator at:
Local tennis enthusiasts are
laying put a court at the old bast
W. M. tioss lias a eornpetcnl
mechanir to tfn all kinds of tin
and sheet metal work.
Ln butter and eggs quality not
is considered. F.i:e.s.b
Libuis(aill,,of Minneapolis has
accepted a position in Hill Hvo*
store for the summer.
Nothing can be better than the
best-Mark's lung Balsam is the
Direct from the tields to your
canning tabic Minnesota berries.
Order only from Peterson's.
There will lie a dance at (irant
Valley town hail tonight and
quite a large party of IJeinidji
young people are planning to ai
There is no lever so powerful
as plain and simple facts Mark's
Lung Balsam will cure your
Assortment of cakes and
cookies sewed free of charge
with Ives* ice cream at the Lake
A. Kirk a prominent Blaekduck
contractor and builder, passed
through the city today en route
to Winnipeg, where lie will en-
*r gage in business.
Caesar-dead and turned to .clay
might stop a hole to keep the
wiiid away. Take Mark's Lung
Balsam, and avoid this fate.
County Superintendent of
Schools Dunwoody went to Tern
strike last night and is visiting
some of the rural schools in that
In order to reduce my largo,
stock of refrigerators i will give
a discount of twenty liyo percent.
This discount will be for cash
only.- L. Nay lor.
.1. K. I'oupore ami daughters,
the Misses Ethel and Anna and
Miss Enga Dahl, tif Grand Forks, P'"!'1
arrived in the city today to spend
several weeks at Lake Bemidji.
If your bicycle is broken or
Ji$Silr ga&oluie!sxo.vo is out of or
der take it to W. M, I toss and
have it repaired.
.Jose Harrington and E K.
Anderson left today for St. Paul
to attend the convention of the
Fraternal Order- of Eagles. The
boys are delegates from the local
The biggest snap of the sea
son, refrigerators twenty live
per cent off, for cash,at Naylor's.
The base ball club has received
its new uniforms. They are
donatedJ\y Schneider Bros, and
are grey with blue caps and belts
and blue trimmings. This ought
to help some.
Genuine Louwelsa Weller waie
for sale only by A. L. Winter.
Louis Roy, the new catcher bli
the baseball team, arrived yester
day from Flandroau, S. I). A
shortstop and third baseman"
from the san'ie town are expected
to arrive today.
Try a pound of White Star
coffee. Chas. Nang-le, agent.
Art Wright announces aeon
voeation ofthelloo Hops Satur
day evening at the club rooms.
Members are requested to turn
out and bring their pocketbbbks
as it is "due night."
Cases of ti reworks on hand or
made up at IVterson's,
A large party of land seekers
arrive the latter part of the
week from New Hampton, Iowa..
They contemplate considerable
investments in this city and Iv .1.
Willitts will show thein around
A. Ellingson, tb-e insurance,
over Barker's drugstore.
Robert Beauleau ami a party
of Cass Lake Indians were pas
sengers to GassJJX\IG- UjjS_JTin
returning from the While KarUi
reservation, where the Indians
have just finished their, dancing
fe&liiutiys beglln^spine, time ago.
For wall paper see .1. A. IIolT,
A. W. Jones, secretary and
general manage* of tfrfrStr I'.iid
Mercantile- Mutual Insurance
company, and the St. Paul Ivjiiil
able Insurance company, lias
been spending a few days at the
local office of which T. .1. Miller
A. ^Ellingson, fire insurance.
over Barker's drug store.
P'red Wilm. a former Bp'inidji
resident, who is now nicely
located on a homestead near
Northorne. was in the city this
afternoon. Ue ha* been ai H.--
neighborih making fina.li proftf.
Do not fail to reail the pi/aar
ad today or take advantage of
this sale and save about one half
the price on articles mentioned.
Mrs. F. 3. Sprague returned
There will be a dance at the
pavillion this evening for the
bonefit of the base ball team.
The mandolin orchestra will Cur
nish the music and a very pleas
ant time is anticipated.
Everybody enjoys seeing child
era on the stage and it is not of
ten \ve are able to get so able a
conductress, as Miss Miller. She
inspires the children lo do their
A speae for the Socialist
Central Publicity Bureau deliv
ered a lengthy address in 1V--
imdji laM nigtTt The. talk" was
made from a wagon at the corner
O Third street and Beltrami
avenue' with the Salvation army
across the street for a counter
attraction. The speaker delivered
a very clover address and held a
large crowd for more than an
Thrown From a Wajjon.
Mr.-Ceorge K. Babcock was
thrown from his wagon and so
verely bruised. Ho. applied
Chamberlain's Pain Balm ffeefy
and says it is the best liniment
ho ever used. Mr. Babcock is a
well known citizen of North
Plain, Conn. There is nothing
e((ual to Pain Balm for sprains
and bruises. It will effect a euro
in one third the time required by
any other treatment. Por sale
by Barker's Drug store
Manager K'^yne, of the local
base ball club started a subeript
ion list this morning, and the
success he has met with so far
promises to secure for Bemidji
one of the fastest teams in the
state. C. II. Miles headed the
list with a..subscription of sl.'i a
month during the base hall sea
son and a number of other large
subscriptions are expected to bo
Presh testimony in greatfluan
tity is constantly coming in, de
claring Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds to be unoqualod. A recent
expression I'roinT. .1. Mcl^arlaiid,
I'entorville. Va., serves as e\
Tie writes: "I had Bron
hii is for three years and doctor
fi\ all th( time without being hen
elifted Then I began talcing Dr.
King's New Discovery, and a few
buttles wholly cured me." I^ipial
lv etb'Ctive in curing all Lung and
Throat troubles. Consumption.
Pneumonia and Grip. luarantcod
by all druggists. Trial bottles
free, regular si/.es Slid and $1_.
baseball team will
be the next aggregation taken on
by the local team and arrange
merits are in progressT)i- a game
Stinday. The Fosston team is
composed of all hired .players
and several-of the famous White
Karth Indians are with them.
The team has just been gotten
together and is playing a game
that delights the hearts of all the
fa up that way. There will be a
new line upallaround on the home
team and it expects to win the
Sued by His Doctor.
"A doctor here sued me for
$1*21)0, which 1 claimed was.ex
cessive for a case of cholera mor
bus,"says R. White, of Coaeheila,
Cal. 'At the trial he praised his
medical skill and medicine. I
asked him if it was not Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea RenTody Jje used as I had
good reason to believe it was, and
he would not say under oath thai
it was not."' No doctor could
use a belter remedy than this in
a case of cholera morbus, it never
fails. Sold by Barker's Drug
last night from Rochester.Minn
where she was recently called hy
the serious illness of her hus
band. He is now recovering
ver'/ nicely and is expected hijuni i
in about a week. hail the,h'use
best of medical attention and his Look for the Fairies Fndaj
condition Was for i time serious. non on main street.
Cet reserved seats at Barker's
Drag store as soon as placed oil
sale, 'for the desirable seats will
go like hot.ca.kos at the low price
of 85 cents.'
Stewart, of this Allen this cily,
yesterday won a log rolling con
I test from Thomas Pieming at
Grand Rapids. It was one of the
fastest events of the kind ever
held in this section of the state.
The conditions were the best
I three out of live for a good purse
and a side bet. The contest
lasted for an hour ami Stewart,
secured three falls. Fleming
claims a state championship and
is acknowledged one of the host
men in this section.
Dr. Poster, Alderman tiowser
and J. Larson, of posstoii,
:ire home from a bass nshlhg
trip to Fake George. They had
very good luck and came home
with a string fit wen-try fine bass.
Bring back your youth by set
i jug the fairies of cliildbood days.
'"sing and play to the aecompani
of beautiful catchy music. Mrs.
IJ. I'oster, accompanist.
The family of F- Wa-ner.
who has been under smallpox
quarantine for some time jiust
were released today.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank (da/.ier.
lof Nvmore, are the parents of a
I son i)orne this morning.
Patronize home talent. Friday
June -I at City Opera
Triumphs of Surgery.
Wonderful things are done for
the human body by surgery.
Organs are taken out. and
scraped and pohshe"! ami put
bfick, or they may be rojrioved
entirely bones are spiced pipes
take the place of diseased sec
tions of veins antiseptic dress-'
iugs are' applied to wounds,
bruises, burns and like injuries
before inflammation sets in.
which causes them to heal with
out maturation-and in our third
tht" time required by the old
treatment. Chamberlain's Pain
Bairn acts on this same principle.
Tt is an antecepUc. and when ap
pfievi to ""s'TiVh in ai lies, causes
them to heal erv tpiickly. It
also allays the pain and soreness.
Keep a bottle of Pain I !a!m in
your home ami it will save you
tiineanduioney.net to mention
the inconvenience and suffering
winch such injuries ental. For
sale l.v Barker's Drugstore,
an tie wn liiii rturk anil your
i'ii:ii'"f ork. 111 it 1 i pt
ly ami tfi i ij,'ht pi-ii-i'^.
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BRUNSWICK-BALKF: Billiard Hall.
C. .1. MATHKNY. Irr.p.
Pine I iln*1
ol -igar-. .v T(ilinceqn
J. H. Crouch
Curbstone, Carriage Blocks,
Cellar Bottoms, Etc.
DRAY and BAGGAGE
SAFE and PIANO
MOVING A SPECIALTY
Now Located mi I mirth street, Two Ooun
All Orders Promptly Attended to
Fine Art Wall Paper
Willits & Cahill.
Fine Needle Work.
Spring is Here and So are We.
We Imvc just, TIIHOII it vrn suci'cosafu! year, antJ
jut fltiirtjutr on our Nocntid wo liciiilily thank our
|ja.ti:oiu--foi -Un ii |ia-t Nii|i|Mi Hiiili
courtooiiH in\ iiaii'on in rail on S for anythtrig in
NOTIONS, IIOSII KY, i,ASSWAItr., IHNNIOIC 8RT8.
KiliHA lislit's Men's W:ir Cimir*. 'rilmct, CJUMIU'H, I'-ttV
Lust your w*i Inlil the roiitiifation for successful
luifiinosri mi IUI fiomii'-'uo-l-h-cry-Bay IJui'tjiijfa.Pi'lcca
4 uli'nli wo arc '.rniii to coiitlnuc, uml will won give
vim IIMHI' for ywtr in this year thtin lust.
The Fair Variety Cash Store
W \V--^i Tliinl Street.
"Make Hay While
the Sun Shines."
Bui l.cforc liiivinu yenr Hay-Mak
ilig Implements, rcmcinlicr tliut
F. m. MALZAHN SCO.,
Carr-v a full line
I MOWERS, RAKES.
and all other Implements for making hay.
F. M. Malzahn & Co.
Viouvvr Itenl K.stnte OlTlce A
Grove's Pepsin Coffee
Tlieonly Fleadache Remedy wliicli (iocs not weaken the iieart.
Price 10 cents and 25 cents per bottle.
CASH PAID FOR DRY SNAKE ROOT.
THE PIONKKR OKVG STOKE O BEMIDJI.