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Clearance Sale in
Shirt Waists, Shirt Waist
Suits and Millinery.
...BERMA N EMPORIUM..
Next Boor to Postoilice.
Ives' ice cream at Peterson's
Veranda chairs at cost. See
For wall paper see J. A. Hoff,
Chas. Alb rant was a Ten strike
visitor on business last night.
Nothing better than an ice box
you can buy them at'wholesale
prices at Naylor's.
Charles Alien, the well known
Blackduck merchant, is a Be
midji visitor today.
Only a few more strawberries.
Minnesota raspberries and cur
rants this week. Peterson.
H. C. Gilham was in the city
last night returning to Black
duck from a visit with relatives
at Park Rapids.'"
George Moody, the popular
Brainerd court reporter, is
shaking hands with Bemiclji
friends last night on his way to
4 4* 4 &> *& 4 4?4 *& 4* $- & 4s
WHAT DO YOU DRINK?
Grand Forks on a business
Go to llakkorup for photos.
Hall trees at greatly reduced
prices at Naylors.
Watch the Grill windows for
good things to eat.
R. E. McDonald went to K li
ber on business last night.
A. Ellmgson, tire insurance,
over Barker's drug store.
R. N. French went to Black
duck for a several days visit last
Mrs. A. Gilmour went to
Blackduck last night for a visit
Why balance on the verge of
consumption when Mark's Lung
Balsam will cure
J. G. Morrison, Jr., of Red
Lake agency, was a visiLor_in
the city yesterday.
Nine o'clock washing tea,
pearline, yeast foam and soda
four cents per package at the
Bids for the construction of
the new hotel at Kelliher will be
considered Tuesday of next
W. B. Sabin, of St. Louis, is
the guest of Captain Comber, of
the topographical survey and is
being entertained at the camp.
Mrs. J. Detling, who has boon
visiting with her daughter, Mrs.
John Graham for several days
last night returned to her home
You are cordially invited to
come in and see our exhibit of
furs whether you are a buyer or
not. A the Markham hotel,
ladies' parlor afternoons from
1 to (5 p. m.
""The Ladies Ci rele of the CAR.
gives a six o'clock supper at Odd
Fellows hall tomorrow night.
There will also be a quilt and
apron sale. A cordial invitation
is extended the general public to
There will be divine services
held by the Ven. Arch-Deacon
Appleby, at Odd Fellows hall on
Sunday evening next at 8 o'clock.
A most cordial invitation is ox
tended the public to attend. Re-
If you like a good cup of Tea it will 4
be well worth your while to
look at our new line. Buy
ing in large quantities we are
able to get the very best at
reasonable prices^ Here are
some of our Leading Brands:
i Ceylon Green Tea.
Ceylon Black Tea.
4 Uncolored Japan Te'as.
4* Challenge No. 1, in bulk, per lb
Reel Owl Chop,
those given here.
4* i* 4*
a brand in 1-2 lb pfcg.
Salada brand in 1-2 lb plcg
We have cheaper grades also but recommend
BEMIDJI MERCANTIL E CO
~v -7- 'V "V f$- *fr "P 9? 3N' i
S? $ -f $
Naturalist and Taxidermist
208 Second St. Postoffice Box No. 686
KIROS, WHOLE ANIMALS, FISH. FUR RLOS AND ROBES
and OAME HEADS mounted to order and for sale. I carry at
all times a good assortment of INDIAN RELICS and CURIOS,
FUR GARMENTS made to order, repaired and remodeled
FURS in season bought.
I guarantee my work mothproof and
the most lifelike of any in the state
MY WORK IS EQUALLED H
FEW, EXCELLED BY NONE
A Deposit Required, on All Work
YOUR TRADE SOLICITED
member that the service* begins week yet before they are throi
at 8 o'clock. Ut Cass Lake.
B. F. Bishop, of Blackducki is Velvet ice creani at the Gril
in the city. T. .1. McGuiEe, id Dec* Rivei
.Watch the Grill windows for a visitor in the toda-
good things to eat, ^i
Base ball club dance tonight at
City Opera House.
Buy a refrigerator at whole- i
salo prices at Naylor'si
A. Ellingson-j tire insurance.
over Barker's drug store.
Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Smith are
the parents of a son born last
P. M. Peterson returned yes
terday from a business trip to
the Twin Cities.
The base bail club gives a
benefit dance at the City Opera
House tonight. Everybody in
Mrs. K. .1. Mclver, of Parley,
is very seriously ill. Dr. Hender
son was summoned to attend her
A cash discount of L\" per cent
on all refrigerators at Naylor's.
Mrs. C. J. Pryor, of Crookston,
is in the city for a visit with her
husband, one of the valued em
ployes of the Pioneer.
~A: Ellingson, fire insurance,
over Barker's drug store.
Mrs. .1. K. Stewart and daugh
ter, Miss Bertie, of Blackduck,
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
E. I-\ Crawford today.
Ives' ice cream at Peterson's
Jacob Near,who has been visit
ing relatives in Park Kapids for
some time, nassed through here
today on his way to his homo at
Be "sure to attend the African
lecture at the Baptist church to
uight. Admission free. CollecJ
tion. Lecture commences at
Velvet ice cream at the Grill.
F. R. Getchell and T. It. Hur
ley, of the Home Life Insurance
Co., are in the city for a summer
vacation and are enjoying some of
the good tishing at Like Bemidji.
Ives' ice cream at Peterson's
The Misses Maud and Nellye
Bad and Marion and Grace
K'aelble very pleasantly enter
tained a party of friends at the
home of the latter at a dancing
party last evening."
Sardines four cents per can at
the Bazaar store.
Sydney Lyle, the piano tuner,
arrived in the city today and will
remain here for a number of
days.. Mr. Lyle is one of the
most expert piano tuners in this
part of the country and has a
large trade in this city.
A fine line of fancy chairs just
arrived at Naylor's.
P. V. Coppernoll, the well
known Wadena attorney, is in
the city today. Mr. Coppernoll
is one of the firm of Coppernoll
& Wilson, who have a large loan
business in this vicinity, and is
here looking after his interests.
We make to order Ladies' Seal
Skin coats, Otters, Beavers, Per
sian lamb, Near Seal, Astrakhan
etc. See our furs and styles
every afternoon at the Ladies'
parlor, Markham hotel. A. Zek
man, Fur Manufacturer, Minne
Mm. Haggarty, Avho has had
charge of the cedar business of
Roberts & Crawford at Bine's
spur for some time past, is in
the city today. Mr. times has.
taken a vacation and will go to
his old home in South Dakota for
a visit before resuming his du
Mrs. Thos, Bailey last night
entertained a number of friends
at a fiisjiing party. The Ranger
was chartered for the occasion,
and nrbTinlrl^vTTn't^wero present.
After a delightful evening on the
lake the party returned to the
Bailey home where refreshments
were served and a general social
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Methodist church will give an ice
cream social at the Pavillion on
Tuesday evening, July 1^.
Should the weather be bad that
evening the social will be post
poned until Wednesday evening.
Ice cream and cake will be
served. Everyone come and help
pay off the church debt.
Win. Blakely was in the city
last night on his way to Farley.
Mr. Blakely has been at Cass
Lake for the past week super
intending Blakely & Farley's
logging operations there. The
drives have been delayed some
for the past week by unfavorable
winds and it will be another
We offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh (hire F. J. CHKNKY &
Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned have
known F. J. Cheney for the last
15 years, and believe him jK'r
footly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able
t) carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
'.WAI.DINC KIXNAN & MAIIVIX.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internallv, acting directly upon
the blood and mucous safaces of
the system. Testimonials sent
free. Price 7"c per bottle. Sold
bv all Druggists.
'Take Hall's Family Pills for
Mb-. the ffttfts
Kapids. is the
guest emid a
C. \V. C.uiway. the well known
Blackduck business man,
the city this afternoon.
beans and tomatoes ten eon
can at the Bazaar store.
Sena 'or Swedback
last night f.r.oin a visit to
in the southern part o\' the
O. L. Ilolman. Chas. 1 1
and F. Barrin^ton, O Crand
Forks, arrived in the city today
for a several day's outing at bake
Dr. and Mrs. E. 11. Marcum.1
are entertaining Mr. and Mrs:
Kirke Davies and daughter, of
Duluth, and Mrs. lloicn Davies:
and Hal Davies, of Crookston.
Mr. and Mrs. Coolcy and r.
and Mrs. A. (rurdon. of r.nul
l^ork's, who have boon spcmltng'
asumnier vacation at bake Be
midji returiHul to their h.unes,
The advertising car ol iho
('entry Bros, who exhibit thoir
famous dog and pony ilSffl in
this city July is in the cit .onh
is ]WSlil)e' leu'ellds af (ientiv!
I His Slay in Bemidji Will be Pro
Mr. I, lyr.ayw.eti*, representing
Ariiekmau, \v.i- manufacturers
I of Minneapolis, has decided to
remain here until .lulv loth
,mid:ji- fine furs w.M be on
every alternoon at th
The i reat Northern railwa in
iioiinces a popular excursion to
Duinth and Superior Friday.,I uTv7
jliZS-pecial train leaves Bemidaat
Bros, griiatiiess on the nil) board i
to lav. rtirdAvilLbeufaad. .1 to you if after ua
rjag half a bottle of fc
A Most Wondt-rlul Cure.
.Joseph I), I 'nderl'iill.of Doland,
S. Dakota, says: 1 have received
great benefit from your White I
Wine of Tar Syrup. had a deep!
seated cough and the doctors]
gave up all hopes of my recovery
and pronounced it consumption.-]
1 tried everything that we could I
hear of, Finally one of my
friends prevailed upon me to uso'-l
your White Wine of Tar Svrup.
I took one and one half bottles I
and am entirely ciired. Suelv
medicine I can recoinmend to
those who are aillicted as I was-.
I a. m. iiet tirnjng Laves I hi
bttb :.'"i p. m., Siiperior le
m.. Sumlay. July Jl. lomml
trips h'or further informal ion
call i'ii agent (Vreal Northern
you are not sntkfk-d with n'stills.
This is OUr 'guarantee which ^ocs with
Fur Sale arcl Ouranlecd Only by
A (illifllOl iV
I- hh h'h J- I I- I \W," 4*1 'hd-
lured of Chronic Diarrhoea After
Ton Years of Suffering.
"I wish to say a few words in
prrtise of Chatubcrlia-n's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Iveiiu'dv.'"
i.8 says Mrs. Mattie Bnjjge, of Mur-
.\hi!iitio ti'nsville, \'a. 'd sfultered from
Markham chronic diarrhoea for ten yeai'S
Hotel, ladies' parlor. Vmi are atul,during ttiat time tried vari.
welcome to i oiite in ami MV onv oju's*'medicTnes without obtainipg
furs and styles in Jackets. Capes, ,n\- pT uient relief List sum-
Scarfs, Boas et( vvhether you merone of mv children was taken
are a luiyer or not. Now is the. i cholera morbus. ,uid
is in iisie to order your iiir gartnenfk
1 We can save y money on your
|K' is. !i'.r co-it i oreiei'iie: it now
per i h'dors l.il-o-n no\v wi!! I deliver
i i\\ in til" (SB the year.
Wt make W order Ladies' and
-uts' furj its. W- aisto'do
!i:ode!inu' and repair o!-l furjgaiv
meiits at very low iMtc-.-, ir,_'
ti:e summer lUonllis.
i rents' i ur-lined coal made to
order All work guaranteed.
See Mr. ray wet/, todav at
the Markham Hotel, Ladies' par bost Mark's lung BaHsani is
lor, daily from 1 to o*i lo
I :i\o-l-o|- to ry j
i.iid nnl IE
fore I u.i-
iiiiii li in
on i a
MlleilV IS ior
no! .ban the
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leel Ma.a. .-'a A- ttin
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M.-iiiii Mcltli-ti Brhhw a. i
Mi\ ,-:in lirawn W.,rl, .11
'IVlKTlllV l.ar, all
Men's Clothing, Boys' Clothing,
Furnishing Goods, Hats,
Caps, Shoes, Etc.
II 11 III
*&- Jess riwoni
11 Willi i a'
Fine Needle, Work.
Twenty-five per cent off on our entire stock of
Of on everything nothing reserved every-
thing will be on sale light weights, medium
weights and heavy weights.
TjllJTO Q/VT^P Will be the biggest money-J4
Bemidji. It is strictly bona fide, and twenty-five per cent
off will mean for you 25 cents saved on every dollar you
may purchase. Everything is marked in plain figures.
is new and up-to-date and
there are no shelf-worn
goods or old-timers. Hart, Schaffcr &Marx Clothing, Tiger
Hats, Ralston Shoes, Wilson Bros. Furnishing Goods, and
many other prominent makes.
I. MEYER & CO..
High Art Clothiers.
I This sale commences Thursday, July 7, at 8 o'clock a,, m-
I I^i4iifff*f-HTffff^t-ft-f *i $ i-i riT-lTift^fftf^^^^*f*ffH*
J. H. Crouch
Curbstone, Carriage Blocks,
Cellar Bottoms, Etc.
Now I iKai.il on fourth 5treet, Two Ooora
est of City Hall.
All Orders Promptly Attended to
Fine Art Wall Paper
Willits & Cahill.
*M* I'l* l"h I I
saver that ever happened in
I'lonofT Iteal l'*st i( Oltlce
There is no lever so powerful
las plain and simple facts Mark's
lame Balsam WJH cure your