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Ladies' Vests, frdra
Men's Ties, the 50c kind, for
Clearance Sale irv
Shirt Waists, Shirt Waist
Suits and Millinery.
...BERMA N EMPORIUM...
Next Door to Postoflico.
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IS HERE AT LAST!
We have just received a ship
ment of Imported White China.
We were given a very good bar
gain on these goods and will
give our custodiers the bene
fit. We are able to sell these
goods by the piece as well as
by the set. Gall and make your
selections while the stock is
BEMIDJI MERCANTIL E CO
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Produced with special scenery and
wonderful mechanical effects
A Purely Wholesome Story of Way Down East.
CITY OPERA HOUSE,
Wednesday, June 29
ALL WEtt AT M'CIIAIO'S
You will find new bargains each day on our bar
gain counter that will he there for one day only
and we m?an great bargains at about half price
and some much lower.
About 300 yards.White Dress Goods former price, 8c to 10c
while it lasts, per yard only
About 50 Ladies' Belts all sizes: new styles! former prices to T5c
extra erbod values: your choice for
About 7.". yards Hefino Cloth: just the thing for waists: forme price $c
sale price, pei'"yTird
Only a few more of ihose 50c Corsets lefr. at l*)c
Muslin Underwear at big reductions.
Ladies' Wrappers all sizes, at $1.00 4
Shoes: nothing quite as good as the Qifceri Quality.
Men's Collars, the 15c 2-for-,2ac kind: yours for.
Men's Hats worth more, but while they last yours for
GROCERIES.The best in town and they are fresh: prices right.
a bars Toilet Soap 5c 12 bars La,undrj Soap..
Primes, ]e lb... .5c. lOe. and 16c 8 bars Laundry Si
McCuaig's for Everything!
close 7:30 p. m., except Mill Pay Days & Saturdays
WM. McCUAIG WM. McCUAIG
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Dr. Foster and L. .1. Larson
returned yesterday from a bass
fishing trip to Gull lake. They
had very good success and
brought back a nice string.
We have the Wisconsin berries
of the state and is receiving
I Featherweight just the thing 1
Featherweight just the thing
for summer wear much nicer
than a straw hat. The latest
blocks in black tan and pearl.
I. MEYER & CO..
High Art Clothiers
Go to IJakkerup for photos.
Fresh cut flowers at the Grill
For wall paper see J. A. Hpff,
W. G. Schroeder is at Uuluth
Hall trees at greatly reduced
prices at Nay lor's.
Ellingson, fire insurance,
over Barker's drug store.
Harry Gunsalus is down from
Tenstrike on business today.
Nothing can bo bettor than the
bestMark's lung Balsam is the
Picked today, can tomorrow,
Minnesota berries, only at Peter
Depfty Sheriff Wm. Wright of
Itasca county, is in the city to
day on official business.
The best is the cheapest, Min
nesota home grown strawberries
Ripe when picked, therefore
the best flavored. Minnesota
berries only at Peterson's.
Mr. and Mrs. Cooley and W.
A. Gordon, are recent additions
to the Grand Forks colony at
Grand Forks bay.
There is no lever so powerful
as plain and simple facts Mark's
Lung Balsam will cure your
Mrs. Mary Gallagher, of Turtle
River, was in the city this morn
ing arranging the details of the
sale of'some properly in Turtle
Assortment of cakes and cook
ies served free of charge with
Ives'ice cream at the. Lakeside
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Russell are
entertaining Mrs. Elizabeth
Walker and Mrs. W. E. Walker
and son, of Gi-ookston, for-a-few-
Caesar dead and turned to clay
might stop a hole to keep the
wind away. Take Mark's Lung
Balsam, and avoid this fate.
II. P. Burroughs, of Minnea
polis, this morning opened up a
new restaurant in the rooms
formerly occupied by the office
^of-ilie City holffi
We are overstocked on re
frigerators and will sell them at
a 25 per cent discount to
TiTe stock at Nay lor's.
T. J. Miller & Co. shipped
parties of men to Kelliber for R.
E. White and to Walker & Ake
ley, at Akefey, to be employed on
Genuine Louwelsa Welter ware
for sale only by A. 12. Winter.
Veranda chairs at cost.
A. Kllinsrson. lire insurano
over Marker's drmr store.
Arranaoinents have boonjiUiiL
bv the local baseball team lor a
game with lJagloy at the lattei
2 grounds ihursdav aifornoon.
T, =?=r,-^ sorvative est/liuitto places the
\Miy baEnqe. on the verge
consumption wnen Mark bun.i:
l'eter Manic, assessors thi
village of Tenstrike, wa iof. the
city today to complete his report
to County Auditor Sylvester..
Nothing better than an ice box
you can buy them at wholesale
prices at Naylor's.
Editor and Mrs A. L. Lal-You
iereare in the city today return
ing to their future bo.meat North
oiiio from a wedding tour. They
will teat home to their friends
after duly 10.
Men's worlcing pants worth
1.50:atGilJ Bros. for$l.Q0.
Mrs. T. J'j Miller and daugh
tor, Ollie returned Saturday
night from Minneapolis, for a
visitwitli Mr. Miller. They will
remain in the city for about a
Direct from the orchard to.
your canning table, Minnesota
strawberries only at Peterson's.
Mrs. A. O'Kelliher and lit lie
daughter of liijw
passengers on tin
train this morning on their way
to Minneapolis for a visit wil.li
friends and relatives.
Eor a nice tender steak or
dainty lunch, go to the Grill.
Martin l-alingson, the sign
painter, has taken a claim on
Cowstr'mg lake, in Itasca county,
and in a short time "Monk" will
have a first class cottage upon it
and will make it his home.
Fancy dress shirts, $1.50 and
1,25 atCiill Bros, for si.HO.
Miss Effio Ricker and Dan AI
bert Cameron were married at
tire Challenge hotel at o'clock
yesterday afternoon. Both the
young people are well known and
have a host of friends in Hemidji.
-Assortment of cakes and.
and jardinieres, made of the gen
uine Louwelsa Wellv ware, sold j| i
Herbert Mc('oily a claim owner
from the lii Ecyrk country is in
the city today. Mr. McCIolley
says the north country is boom
ingand there a-rofew desirable
homesteads or stone nxl timber
claims to be had in that vicinity
now except tlirpjugh the medjuoi
of a contest.
A. Kllinirson. Rre insurance,
over lJarker's drug Stored
also, but the Minnesotas take the I 'M*% COTStantly coming in, de-
(short)eake. Peterson. i Paring Dr. Kin? New Discovery
plete stock of furniture ever
-v i for Consumption. Coughs and
E. 1, Naylor has the most com
Fresh testimony in ^reat'quan-
equaIpd A rocen
very cordial greeting from bis.!Pneumoniaand.Grip fluaranteedl^^/ Send for circularOhio. free.
I by all druggistss. Triul bottles F. J. CTTKNv.sn& Co.,
y-v j- jy ry fJ'ry* p_] X^V.
Morris Law Was On the Whole a
Cass Lake. June 2b-. Senator
\\m. Ne i superintendent. o.. i
jdor his iiiri-vclk'tiuu .(or -tlu.-
isoit u!' lj?yi-v|4, affcf (lit1
Balsam will cure. -on
makes good reading and brings
out nunc fully the fact that the
Morris law. while admittedly de
fective in a few 61 its minor
provisions, was on the whole the
wisest measure owr pji3 sed for
benefit, of tin* hulian. One
oftho facts that stands out in
hold relief, and proves the truth
of the contentious of the suppor
ters of the measure, is the ox
eeedingly low ligu'ro at which the
Tops and debris left from Uio cut
i tiinrs have been burned. A con-
burning, at the maxi
duck, were the woods looking over -the
mth bound grounds for the preliminarv
out any onea tract. I his di
oroves the statementts), so often
'eitoratod prior to the sales of
iht timber last December that
the burning of tlie slashing would
cost, at the least. SI per thousand.
The worl of Supt. O'Neil and
the various dealers, clerks, etc.,
Tit his employ lias been done in a
highly efficient and thoroughly
honest manner. hitside of a
few minor kick's which some of
the clerks at Washington must
lodge against any official in order
to hold their cheap jobs, there
has boon no fault-finding on the
contrary, there is commendation
on every hand.
The various scalers have been
furlbugheu until fall, and as far
as is known at the present time.
there will be no more actual cut
ting until early in the frill, al
though the various companies
who have purchased the pine
have their representatives out in
i umsarn fo
A fine line of fancy chairs just
arrived at Naylor's.
Men's working pants worth
Si.all at (iill Bros, for ijvhOO
Red Lake (hippewas Rrgin a
Week or Fun at Agency
W. U. S|oar and Peter (iray:
postmaster at Lied LaKe, are in
the-city today' to attend the
county convention. Mr. Spears
cookies sc-ved free of charge I is a merchant at the agency ami
with Ives' icecream at the Lake- says that Ked Lake is having a
side Bakery. prosperous summei
Anton Lang, who has a tine
hpniPStead in the vicinity of
Mizpah, was in the city today on
ins way 1o his old homo at Alex
ir.dria, where hoWillspend some
On Monday of next week one
of the largest Indian (celebrations
(^vor undertaken in northern
Mbrnesota will be begun at the
agencv Tin- Lied Lake hand.
eomposed'of over boo, will parti
cipate to a man and the ]ilgrim
ago of the vi'^l men from the
Leech Lake. Cass Lake and While
Earth reservations has already
begun. Large parties are pass
ing through this city daily.
There is a grand program Of
ports including a barbecue and
be a big
time visit ing with his family.
Last call for strawberries.
Order today from Peterson.
Schneider's window presents
a very handsome appearance to
day:ft has been trimioed -for
the Pourth of .Inly and is one of
the neatest of tin several clever
things the store has recently t) celebration wil
Allen Stewart and Cteorgt
Fleming will give a
exhibition at the Third street
dock at 7:.'i i o'clock' tomorrow A cash discount of 25 percent
night. The same team go io llib on all refrigerators at Naylor's.
bing to give an exhibition on the
Fourth of .1 uly.
Fine dress shirts, sl.TiO and!
1.25 values at Gill Bros, foi
Cuspidores. tankards, steins
a at. whole salBupricesrefrigerator
New Billiard Hall.
The rooms in the Markhfim
annex at present occupied by
I Hall's tailoring establishment
are to be vacated some time this
week and will be overhauled and
fitted is j)eilluurblthrrrd-pa-r
Iocs by the Markham hotel. Mr.
only by A. E. Winter, Tlie~Rx-)a new loca4rkrn~but expects- to
have one some time WiTT v.ecic.
yet been able to find
Velvet and Carmei ice cream,
our own make at the (IrilK
Deafness Cannot be Cured
Piv local :i|ip!ic ilioiis. as they
not reach llie diseased portions
of the ear. There is only one
way to cure deafness, and thai is
by constitutional remedies. Deaf
ness is caused by intlamefl
condition Of the mucous lining of
the Eustachian Tubc% VVhenthis
tube is iiifbuiied yon have a rum
blingsouud or irriperfect hearing,
and when it is entirely closed,
Deafness is the result, and unless
m-.t oecureo oy ui aoo
W. M. Ross lias a competent SJ1( by druggists, roc. Tata
DENT I S mechanic to do all kinds of tin i Hall's Family Dills for coastiju
MILES BLOCK. and she*.t metHl work jtion
Triumphs of Surgery.
Wonderful things are done for
the human body by 'surgery.
Organs are taken out and
scraped and polished and put
back, or they may be removed
entirely bones are spiced pipes
take the place of diseased Sec
tions pf veins antiseptic dress
ings are applied to wounds.
bruises, burn's atul like injuries
inst eornp eteitins report ot all
i\ .lii balm acts on this same principle.
iiliiiuiLbiir_eut on.-uio..lands uu- -r-. V-H
j. It is an antecepl u- and when up
p'heil to such injuries, causes
them in heal very i|'uiek!y. Ft
..h.in which causes them to heal, Avit
oarsrmg on the*4.,rnppewa reserva-
.i ouft maturation and nc-tlnr
ion and. .ceded lauds under the
too tune reonnod tlh Old
ter ms of the Morris law, has
Chamber a- Pai
also allays the pain and soreness. I
fCeop a bottle of L'.iin ll.tlm in
your home and it wi!! save you
time and money, not to mention 1
the inconvenience and sufl'erine
which such infnrTes ental. for
sale by barker's Drugstore,
:iu tie your iiiic uoi'K ami on
coarso oik, will tin i: prouipt
Iv ami at ii'
-M CS iu:i'oi i vr urn.
li'ii| Munir-oia Avenue.
MoUtit MrllirU I'llll'IMill. Ir\ i) I 1 il III
Mi'vl.'aii l'r:u\ii Wurk fiijil ami
'I'I-III rlll'i- l.:n'.' a s|n-.'l:ih in 4 |i'
S. ,11'SS I'CCSOIIC
Fine Needle Work.
A. Jk. M. ^w A
L. J. MATHENY. Prop.
I'ilic l.iin- .f i":ir
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uj your pave
troughs at right price. PhopC 1IH.
i 1 1 S3 1
1 "Make Hay While
J. H. Crouch 1
Curbstone, Carriage Blocks,
Cellar Bottoms, Etc.
DRAY and BAGGAGE
SAFE and PIANO
MOVING A SPECIALTY
Now Located on I'ourlh street. Two Uoori
West ot City Mall.
All Orders Promptly Attended to
Fine Art Wall Paper
Willits & Cahill.
BRUNSWICK-BALKE Billiard Hall.
DR. fcj BRINKMAN.
i I.I :i
OFKICFJ HOVKS: IO m. to Noon, and I to 5 30 p. m.
I rcali/i thai it i- gOinotiiiiON vi r.v einbarasfllng for a laily to toll
a pliyxiiirui icliont IMP tronblon.' l-'or that rotispn I UeoP
a huly at m.\ nllir. fieiu 1 to p. in. She. iislsts (if ili'-ircd) all
ladies in o-"'t'iiiir
fi-:nl.\ fiii-i'\Hiiiiiiatiiii- i- pri'-n-nt. (if ilc-ii'i'd while
I am fivin.' :i.i JI t-t ,i nt Thr I'au-c of all female iUae'as.'fi i- in the
spinal e.ihium -mail Of the liiit-lt) and fitit! il is inncccsar}' to adjust
i.tlur than lheeau-i fur the? removal of the eaiise always allows the*
ilisea-eilni'^ans to iismne their natural positions ami functions. Hence
I ti. \ei'reipiir. hua! examination and never trive loeal tivatiut'iit, "and
even so, there i,o bin of ili-ia-e- with which I have more eoinplt'to
sneeess than tle.-e whieh allliet. ni.innnkiiol.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A A Aal
i Grove's Pepsin Coffee
The only Headache Keniedv which does not weahen the heart.
Price 10 cents and 25 cents per bottle.
CASH PAH) FOR DR SNAKE ROOT.
CITY DRUG STORE
THE PIONEER DRVC, STOKE OK BEMIDJI.
the Sun Shines."
liefore buying your Hay-Mak-
lin|letneiits remember that
F. M. MALZHHN & CO..
(',irr\ a lull line of
1 MOWERS, RAKES,
and all other Implements for making hay.
F. M. Malzahn & Co.