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Go to Hakkerup for photos.
C. E Albrant made a business
trip to Pino Ri\er today.
Nothing can bo better than the
bestMark's lung Balsam is the
W Ilowaid was a visitor in
the city yesteiday from Doei
See Schroedor about your
fruits for canning before buying
Editor Moorhead of the Turtle
Riyer Pino Tree arrived in the
city this morning.
Why balance on the verge of
consumption when Mark's Lung
Balsam will cure.
Dr. A. Smalley, the Cass
Lake physician, was registered
at the Markham yesterday.
W. Stan lord oi Duluth, gen
eral agent tor tho Standard Od
company, is \isiting the cit
Petei Malforud, a prosperous
farmei from Buona Vista, is
transactirg business in the city
Mrs. Duncan Wilcox returned
last night from Minneapolis
where he has spout a month tho
guest of friends.
Asa Cunningham who h.is
been laid up for a couple of days,
resumed his duties at the lie
midji Meat market this morning
I have for sale several tracts of
government land that may beeighty
entered as homesteads Some
Closing Out Sale of i
LADIES' TAILOR-MAD E SUITS,
Silk Jackets, and Shirt
Also Our Entire Line of
WAISTS, WASH GOODS, CURTAINS,
Next Door to Postofiiec.
SM9HBHH S3BIBBBH 9
Did you ever attend a Drop Sale Well, we
will give \ou a chance to attend one. The Drop
Sale commenc son Saturday at 8 a closing
Saturday e-\ening at 10 o'clock. Don't miss it
you will regret it if jou do.
Belts, 75c each, and north it.
This lot has a drop of tie per
houi from 9 to 10, 7'5c from
10 to 11, 72c, etc.
Ladies' Lace Ho-r, 75c a pair
This lot has a drop of 2c per
houi U( member the sale clos
es at 10 p. m.
Ladies' Hose, worth 50c from
8 to 4JSc from 9 to 10 drop
ot 2c eai hour Don't miss
the Di op Sale.
Ladies' Vests, the 50e kind:
they have a drop of 2c per
hour. Don't wait until the last
hour theie raaj be none left.
timber and good farming land in
40, 80 or 100 acre lots. M. E.
See Schroedor about your
fruits for canning before buying
Chas Swedback returned yes
terday from a campaigning tour
to Buona Vista.
Robert McConnell, of Ten
strike came down this morning
to spend a few days in tho city
The local recruiting office
shipped two men to San Fran
cisco vesterday, to be engaged
with the coast artillery.
A dance was given last night
at the Grant Valley hall Tind a
large number of Bemidji people
attended. A very good social
time is reported.
Oscar Skogsburghas returned
from Akeiey, where he has held
a position during the summer
and has been one of the members
of the Akoley ball team.
Smith of Pueblo, Col, is
in the city the guest of T.
Miller, who is showing him
around the city with a \iewot
locating Mr. Smith hero.
Mr and Mrs. L. C. Binodoi
of Omaha, Nob are in the cit
tho guests of Mr. and Mi
Moore They will return to
Omaha tomorrow morning.
George Bogart, J. Miller,
Thompson and Editor Plun
mer were a quartet of Funkley
citizens who were over night vis
Itors here. They left for hom^
W. Irwmleft this morning
for St Paul. Mr. Irwin recent I
sustained a sprained ankle as
result of a runaway near Crooks
ton, but ho has almost recovered
1 roiii the in]ury.
Two cli unks wore brought be
ioio Judge Pendergast this
morning One paid a fine of &2
and costs, while the other
promised to clear the town of his
presence Within two hours after
...THE BIG STORE... I
P. Thompson, who re
cently disposed of his saloon in
forests to Blocker Bros con
templates a trip to International
Palls search of a location. Mr.
Thompson will leave in a few
John Sattern, of Redwing ar
ri\ed in the city last evening for
a lsit with his grandsons, Fred
and Magnus Hanson. He loaves
a few days for visits with
other grandchildren at Solway
Tho old gentleman, though
five years of age is as hale
and hearty as a man usually is at
Ladies' Sandals,all sizes former
puce $1 50 drops 8c an hour
Ladies'Sandals,all sizes former
price $1 25. Here is where you
^et a 2c per hour drop.
MenS rjndershirts and Drawers
worth 30c a drop of 2c Don't
mis this chance.
Ladies' Muslin Skirts the $1 50
kind, a drop of 3c per hour.
This sale is for Saturday, Aug. 13 only
Get in line and get some of the Bargains. Don't
forget the Drop Sale. Don't wait too long, for
Avhat you want may be sold.
Something Doing at McCuaig's.
WM. McCUAIG WM. McCUAIG
EVfefpr #fW s^f^^ii^f
sixty. The Pioneer acknowl
edges a pleasant call.
J. Larson, of St. Cloud was
a transient in the city yesterday.
C. A Engstrom, ot Mentor,
lost his dwelling by fire Monday
See Schroedor about your
fruits for canning before buying
IT Smith returned this
morning from a week's visit at
Mr. and Mrs. W. Hoff of Grand
Forks are spending a few days
in the city camping on the shores
of Lake Bcmid]i.
Abe Wyler and George Flem
ing returned last night from Du
luth, where they made final proof
upon their stone and timber
claims in the Vermillion country.
Senator and Mis. E J. Swed
back ha\e been entertaining as
their guests Mr. and Mrs J. F.
Peterson of Cass Lake. Mr. Pet
erson is a successful merchant ol
Mrs. A E. Henderson, Mrs.
A.-H. C. Knoke and Mrs. O. E
Erwigand Mr. Allan Henderson
are spending a few days camping
it the outlet oC the Mississippi
from Lake Bemid|i.
Senator E J. bwedback and
wile lelt this afternoon for Wil
liston, N. D., where they will en
joy a week's visit with their son
in law and daughter, Mv. andand
Mrs. I. C. Stewart.
The football club has decided
to give a dance next Friday night.
Advertising matter for the ball
is now being printed. A large
crowd is expected to attend the
first event of the kind during the
E E. Bingham, a former resi
dent of this village, but now ofbowel
Arcadia, Wis-, arrived in the city
last evening and will visit here
for a few days. Mr. Bingham
formerly managed the telephone
Mrs J. Peterson and Ferdi
nand Peterson returned this
ing from the Big Fork country,
where Ferdinand has a home
stead. T^hey came home the
swamp route and report it much
bettor than at other seasons of
Joe Harrington and Mat Mayer
returned last night from St.
Cloud, where they attended the
Red Mens convention. They re
port an excellent time and sayhold
that the St. Cloud people have no
peers as entertainers. The con
vention was one of the largest
ever held and much business of
SHOW A BAD CONDITION OF THE BLOOD
"When the blood is in bad condition a bruise, cut,
scratch, or any slight injury to the flesh, is apt to become
an ugly-looking sore or ulcer. Sometimes a boil, blister
or pimple is the beginning of a large eating ulcer or open,
discharging sore Often the blood is naturally bad, and
is that way from birth, and such people suffer with
ous kinds of sores from infancy through ol age. The
blood may become so weak
and waterv from
thiee effectSsQfi tiiu vvciLci^ iiuiu ueneci
J"^ ^H J8S^ H^ JH^ Jl^. J^^. W^, P^^ ^B^, ^"H ^H4, ^V.
bad sores on the Inwpr p-v- ?ettled
udu boreb on uie lower ex-
The balance of our stock of Straw
Hats must be closed out, and fifty
cents will buy any Straw Hat we
have in stock. They are worth
$2.50, $2.00, $1.50 and $1.00.
GET ONE WHILE THEY LAST.
I. MEYER & CO.,
HIGH ART CLOTHIERS. Next to First National Bank.
importance to the order was
Mr and Mrs. W. Huffman are
in the city from Fargo, N. D.
Ben Grims of Duluth passed
through the city this morning
from Blackduck enroute to
Mrs. P. Reynolds arrived in
the city last night from Chicago
lor a visit with her son, W. H.
Reynolds, who is studying chiro
practic at the office of Dr. *E. F.
Brmkman. She will remain in
the city several days.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Warfield left
yesterday for St. Paul, where
they will meet Mr. Warfield's
mother and brother, Mrs. J. H.
Warfield and Mr. John J. War-,
field, who will spend a few days i
in the city \isiting relatives.
Chas, Hammond, with the
Minneapolis, Red Lake & Mani
toba Railway company, is in the
city today from Nebish. Mr.
Hammond left an order at one of
the local employment offices for a
number of men to be employed
on railroad work on the now
Violent Attack of Diarrheoa
Cured by Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and Perhaps
a Life Saved.
"A short time ago I was taken
with a violent attack of diarrhoea
believe I would have died if
I had not gotten relief," says
John J. Patton, a leading citzen
of Patton, Ala. "A iriend recom
mended Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
I bought a twenty-fiye cent bottle
and after taking three doses of it
was entirely cured. I consider it
the best remedy in the world for
complaints. For sale at
Barker's drug store.
Sale of Furniture.
Any one desiring to go to
housekeeping or persons desir
ing to purchase high grade furni
ture cheap take notice that I am
ottering all my furniture for sale.
Everything almost new. Brus
sels carpet, three rugs, dining
table, nine dining chairs, kitchen
table, iron bed complete, dresser,
bookcase and writing desk com
bined, three rockers, Morris chair
leather chair, leather couch, one
odd fancy chair, parlor table, two
stoves, odd fancy chair, dishes
and many other useful house
articles. Parties leaving
city. Will sell same complete
S. A. CRAFT,
1006 Beltrami Ave.
malarial sicknes,debily place refused to heal. The physician I consulted
someold chronicstroublei,t thar ^^^SJ^^I^^^A^SS^JSn
the impurities break out in
tremities or other part of the was completely and permanently cured,
body. There is always some MRS K. A. DUFFY,
norbid, unhealthy matter in
appearevari- do the calf of my right
dthe simple home remedies but the
rapidly, bu an attack of fever
the originatl sore,
it again aa soon as I
the blood that keeps the sore discharging, and must be gotten out before it
will heal. Washes and salves, while cleansing, sooth
ing and helpful, will not do it, because they do not
reach the poisoned blood but S. S. S. cleanses and
purifies the diseased blood, and when this is accom
plished the place heals. Where the health has been
Impaired it restores strength and vigor to the system, improves the appetite
and digestion, and tones up the nerves. Purifying the blood is the surest
way to get rid of an old sore or ulcer^Medical advice is free. ^A"r^.
For Minnesota State Fair the
Minnesota and International
Railway Co. will sell tickets
August 27th to Sept. 3rd inclu
sive Bemid]i to St. Paul and re
turn for $7.39 including admis
sion to the Fair grounds. Good
returning until Sept 5th.
G. A. WALKER,
There is no lever so powerful
as plain and simple factsMark's
Lung Balsam will cure your
cough. orVTTITTT "T "V *o
Mount Mellick Emnroideiv. 9 to am
Me\u an Drawn Work and and
Tenenile Lace a specialty 2 to 4
-TEA Cl-TOR OF
J. H. Crouch
Curbstone, Carriage Blocks,
Cellar Bottoms, Etc.
Now Located on Fourth Street, Two Doors
West of City Hall.
All Orders Promptly Attended to
Fine Art Wall Paper
Can do your fine work and your
coarse woi'k, will do it prompt
ly and at right prices.
SEE S BEFORE YOU BUILD
1001 Minnesota Avenue.
Willits & Cahill.
overa thhel fever, and
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GAm
a backset I
Pioneer Real Estate Oihce
-%g*g of BemidjI.
4* 4 4
Fine Needle Work.
|g 100-inch Extra Burlap Nets,
Fancy Plaid Nets,
Little Beauty 0 Nets,
Chase's Brussels Nets.
We have just received another shipment of
Royal White China and now have a complete
assortment. In this shipment we received a
new pattern in Coffee Cups, and also a num
ber of extra pieces such as Tea Pots, Covered
Casseroles, Sauce Boats and Pickle Dishes.
We are now offering a Dinner Set
Step in and examine these goods
while our stock is complete.
BEMIDJI MERCANTILE CO.
DR. F. E. BRINKMAN,
OFFICE HOURS: 10 a. m. to Noon, and 1 to 5:30 p.
Office--S WED BACK BUILDING.
I earnestly i ite on to come, see and examine
for yourself my advantages and success. I am
responsible to you for what I represent. I court
honest, earnest and sincere investigation, and
will be only too gladjx) show all interested and
candid thinking people what I am doing in re
lieving suffering humanity.
The only Headache Remedy which does not we\&:en the heart.
CASH A Jf MKEf
CITY DRUG STORE
THE PIONEER. 0RVG STORE OF BEMIDJI.
Naturalist and Taxidermist
208 Second St. Postoffice Box No. 686
bIRDS, WHOLE ANIMALS, FISH, FUR RUGS AND ROBE5
and GAME 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 BY
FEW, EXCELLED BY NONE
A Deposit Required on All Work
YOUR TRADE SOLICITED
A Fly Offer
From now until the end of the sea
son we will sell our large stock of
Horse Nets at a sacrifice.
Heavy Cord Nets,
Genuine Wagoner Nets.
G2-inch String All Calf Leather Nets,
And others too numerous to mention, all at
similar prices. Remember we are headquarters
for everything sold in an Up-to-Date Hard
ware Store at Right Prices.
F. M. Malzahn & Co.
Phone 57. Markham Block.
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