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Pears, per cloz 25c
$ Lemons, per doz 20c S
o Peaches, per doz 20c
Apples, a pk, 25, 35, 40c 5
Bananas, per doz 25c $
$ Celery, per bunch 5
Tokay Grapes, a basket 50c
Concord Grapes, 5
per basket 30c
Go to Hakkerup for photos.
Peaches $1.10 per ate at the
Andy Danaher arrived in the
city this morning.
J. J. Conger of Tenstaike is a
visitor in the city today.
Nothing can be better than the
bestMark's lung Balsam is the
S. R. Moorhoatl, the Turtle
River editor, is a business visitor
in Bemidji today.
Get the National policy it
covers ALL. H. C. Peo, agent,
office at Brinkman hotel.
"Doc" Rutledge came over
from Cass Lake yesterday and
took in the football game while
For SaleShort mill wood, 2
per load dry slabs, i?2.25 per
cord, delivered. Ciookston Lum
Miss Capitola Stewart left this
morning for Fergus Falls, where
she will spend two weeks the
guest of friends.
Money to LoanI am prepared
to handle all first class farm
loans prompth Call on or ad
dress T. J. Miller & Co. Bemiclji
O. J. Laqua, the popular sales
man at Schneider Bros left this
moraine for Duluth, Superior
and Ashland, Wis., for a viMt
Mrs. M. Bentson, who has
visited at the home of Mrs. L.
Berman for some time past, re
turned this morning to her home
Dr. Ramsey of Grand Forks
and Dr. Robertson of Crooks ton
passed through the city yester
day on their w.xv to Cass Lake,
where they will spend a few days
fishing for black bass.
Mr and Mrs. J. J. Robidcau
were very pleasantly surprised
Saturday night by a number of
their friends in the city. Games
and cards were inlulged in and
a supper was served at midnishL
Elsewhere in this issue will bo
found the dissolution notue of
the firm of McDonald & Moe,
who have conducted a tailor shop
in Bemidji for a number of years.
Mr. Moe continues the business,
but Mr. McDonald is not in a
position at present to give out
what he will engage in.
Has a complete line of all the Up-to-Date Dress
Goods and Waistings and is selling them right.
Let ns show yon we can sell you a Fall Dress.
plete nothing better on the market all prices.
Only a few of those Skirts at
$1.00 better get one.
ShoesWe can (it anyone prices
the lowest See the bargains
we offer before bujing "else
Ladies' Sweaters, all prices.
Angora Hoods, from $1.00 up
Toques and Tarns, from 50c up.
Pears $1.75 per box at the
Win. Pelke is a business visitor
at Walker todav.
Furs of all kinds at the Bazaai
A. M. Crowell came down from
Turtle River this morning.
Plums $1.10 per crate at the
W E. Hyatt of Turtle River is.
transacting business in the city
Miss Ethyl Ludwig of Cass
Lake is visiting friends in the
Expert fur salesmen from the
cities will be in attendance at the
Editor Gustafson of Tenstrike
is shaking hands with friends in
the city today.
Ripe tomatoes Wednesday at
B. F. Brown of Bagley was in
the city yesterday renewing ac
Gladys Brannon returned this
morning from a visit with her
father at Northome.
Place your order now for
quinces at the Princess.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore went
to Fosston yesterday for a short
visit with friends and relatives.
There is no lever so powerful
as plain and simple factsMark's
Lung Balsam will cure your
We extend a cordial invitation
to all the ladies of Bemidji as
well as surrounding towns to be
present at our fur exhibit Oct. 4.
A A. Garris, formerly mana
ger of the telephone exchange in
this city, came up from his home
in Grand Rapids to take in the
foot ball game yesterday.
J. George, the mdep mden
candidate for auditor, report*
that his petition is receiving
signers every day and that
will have a sufficient number ir,
short ti me.
C. W Baumbach, vice pres,
dent of the Lumbermens Stat
a visitor in the c*v
yesterday. Mr. Baum'iach will
make another visit to Bemidji be
fore leaving for Indian Territory.
C. H. Woodward arrived in th
city Saturday night from Pe"
ham, where Harvey is cashier
the First National bank. Fe
took in the foot ball game yester
day afternoon and returned this
morning to Perham.
Frank Minton left this morn
ing for Staples, where he will
take charge of the undertaking
department of a furniture store,
Mr. Minton is an experienced
embalmer and funeral director
and will no doubt be very sue
cessful in his new location.
D. K. Rack passed through the
city this morning enroute to
Minneapolis from Dexterville,
where he has looked over a log
ging chance Providing a rea
sonable price for the work can be
secured Mr. Rack will cut the
timber this winter.
M. McKillop has leased his
City hotel atBlackduck to James
Murphy, an experienced hotel
man from Duluth. Mr. McKillop
is spending a few days in the
city before leaving for Long
Prairie, where he will make his
Dress TrimmingsWe think
we are showing a line that
cannot be beaten.
All the best Prints, 5c per
ard at McCuaig's only.
Table LinensSee our bar
gains at 50c per yard a
good value even at G5c per
HosieryOur stock is com-
Remember that we have all new
goods they were bought close and we're selling them close
Yours for Bargains,
WM. McCUAIG WM. McCUAIG
TH E DEVI
Talk of His Origin Will be Given
This Evening at Presbyterian
It is announced that the sub
ject for consideration at the
eyangelistic meeting now under
the direction of Rev. J. R. Pratt
of Albany, N Y. will this even
ing be the devil himself. Some
such questions as to the origin of
the devil, why God does not des
troy him, etc,, will be considered
There was a very large attend
ance at yesterday's services
which were four in number, an
early morning prayer meeting,
an afternoon meeting for young
people and two regular church
services. At the afternoon and
evening meetings several came
forward and accepted Christ as
their Savior. Both of the ser
mons of the day, delivered by
Mr. Pratt, were powerful, lumi
nous, heart to heart talks, and
moved the people deeply.
The services will conclude next
Sunday. There will be a Bible
reading every afternoon this
week from three to four o'clock
and preaching service each even
ing at 7 30. Mr. Pratt's exposi
tion of the scripture each aiter
noon is a wonderful revelation of
the truth taught by the Bible and
the opportunity for a study of
the Bible is a rare one. Interest
in the meetings has increased
steadily and it is evident that
there will be a large attendance
at the various meetings this week,
the final one of Mr. Pratt's stay
Why balance on the verge of
consumption when Mark's Lung
Balsam will cure.
Beginning Oct. 3rd. I shall be
prepared to receive students
wishing to do work in college,
normal or commercial subjects.
Register now and make a profit
able use cf your spare time by
taking up some line of study.
For list of subjects, terms etc.
address J. J. Trask, B. A. 1115
Lake Boulevard, Bemidji.
Special prices on all fancy fur
garments at our free opening
Tuesday. The Bazaar.
THE ELECTION IN CANADA.
Three Prominent Issues Placed Defore
St. Johns, N. B, Oct. 3A geneial
election canvass is unaer way thiough
out Canada, the fedeial cauinet hav
ing dissolved parliament and ordered
polling to be held on Nov 3
The Conservatives have brought
three prominent issues to the front.
The first is the construction of a trans
continental lailroad by the Giand
Trunk company with government aid,
against which project in its present
form they have taken a pronounced
Another issue is the dismissal of
Loid Dundonald, commander of the
Canadian militia, by Sir Wilfrid Lau
rier's administration The Conserva
tive party sides with the Scotch eail
and is endeavoring to influence the
great body of voters of Scotch descent.
The third is the political situation
in Ontario, where the Liberal govern
ment ot Premier Ross is in the bal
ance as the result of the unseating of
members for alleged corrupt acts on
the pait of agents
The prosperity of the country is the
leading card put forward on behalf of
the Liberals, who assert that the Grand
Tiunk project is a necessary outcome
of this prosperity and of the remark
able development of the West
BRIEF BITS OF NEWS.
Berlin begins its theatrical season
with two additions to its twenty-three
George Kerr, famous a few years
ago as a cartoonist and illustrator, is
dead at the soldiers' home in Day
It is rumored that General Basilio
Munoz, leader of the Uruguayan revo
lutionists, has been shot by his former
Arthur Denn Piatt, American vice
consul at Dublin, has been fined 10
shillings for furious riding on a motor
cycle within the city limits
At the Crystal palace, London,
Thompson broke the world's amateur
record by walking fifty miles in 7
hours, 57 minutes and 38 seconds
Frederick Norton Finney of Milwau
kee has been elected president of the
Missouri, Kansas and Texas railroad
to succeed C. Rouse, who resigned.
Judge Parker and members of his
family Saturday attended the marriage
ot his ward, Miss Kathryn Lawton,
and Robert I ivmgston, which took
place at West Park.
The revived leport that Emperor
William will meet Empeior Nicholas
while the latter is at Skierniewice,
Poland, on his hunting trip, is offi
cially denied at Berlin.
Four of the open hearth furnaces of
the Carnegie Steel company at South
Sharon, Pa, resumed opeiations Sat
urday after a two months' shutdown.
About 500 men are affected.
George Foster Peabody, treasurer of
the Democratic national committee,
will shortly issue an appeal for con
tributions to carry on the Democratic
national campaign. This is the second
appeal of the kind.
Maior Henry E. Alvord, chief of the
dany division of the United States de
partment ot agnculture, dropped dead
at the world's fair from an attack of
apoplexy. He was there attending th
international pure food congress.
A few very fine specimens of
garden truck which can be
grown in Beltrami county is on
exhibition in the show windows
of A. Klein's meat market. They
were grown on the homestead of
M. Flint and the display includes
turnips which weigh thirty-one
and one-half pounds, carrots that
weigh two pounds and onions
fourteen inches in circumference.
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LAST OF OLD SCHOOL
DEATH OF SIR WILLIAM VERNON
HARCOURT ENDS CAREER OF
FORTY YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC
SUCCEEDED GLADSTONE IN 1894
AS LIBERAL LEADER IN THE
HOUSE OF COMMONS.
London, Oct. 3.Sir William Vernon
Harcourt, "the finest political gladi
ator of his age," died very suddenly
during the day at Naneham Park, near
Oxford, the country seat which he re
cently inherited from his nephew. Only
his wife, a daughter of the late John
Lothrop Mottley, the historian and
former American minister to Great
Britain, was with him When Sir Will
iam retired the previous night he
seemed fairly well, though he had been
suffering fiom a slight chill. In the
morning when he was called he re-
SIR WILLIAM VERNON HARCOURT.
plied cheerily: "In a short time"
Latei" a servant entered the room and
found Sir William lying dead on his
bed His son, Lewis Veinon Harcourt,
member ot parliament for the Rossen
dale division of Lancashire, was hastily
summoned from London.
Among ail classes in the United
Kingdom, regardless of party, the un
expected news caused a sensation and
genuine regret. The somewhat pathetic
announcement in March last of his in
tended retirement had prepared the
public for Sir William's eventual dis
appearance from the active arena of
political strife, but there had been no
whisper that his stalwart constitution
had been radically impaired by nearly
forty years of fierce pailiamentaiy
The evening edition of the Standard,
one of the deceased's most bitter op
ponents aptly and generously says.
Press Lauds Deceased Statesman.
"With the late Liberal leader there
has passed away one of the last of
those Titanic figures which bound us
with the most brilliant traditions of
the house of commons There are but
a few lett of those eminent statesmen
who received their political training
at the hands of Gladstone and Disraeli
The coincidence of his death with the
intended withdrawal of the distin
guished statesman into well earned
repose after a career of hard work and
political activity gives added pathos
to the event."
In a similar vein the Pall Mall Ga
zette, out and out Conservative in its
views, pays a tribute to one of the
"most striking figures of the political
arena," while the Liberal afternoon
newspapers deplore the loss sustained
by their party, for in or out of the
house of commons the deceased states
man would have always been a powei.
By the death of the "father of the front
opposition bench" the Liberals lose,
says the Star, "an intrepid, successful
financier, the constant champion of
progressive causes and the stalwart
leader of many forlorn hopes."
Sir William Vernon Harcourt be
came the Liberal leader in the house
of commons on Mr. Gladstone's retire
ment in 1894 and held that position
until February last, when he an
nounced his intention of retiring from
JOE JEFFERSON RETIRES.
Announces Decision Never to Appear
on Stage Again.
New York Oct. 3.Joseph Jefferson,
after more than seventy years on the
stage, during which time he has be
come one of the most honored and be
loved members of the dramatic profes
sion, has decided absolutely never to
resume his theatrical career. Deepest
regret was expressed by all who heard
him make the announcement.
Mr. Jefferson arrived here from Bos
ton, where he had rested a few days,
recuperating from his recent illness at
Buzzards Bay which caused the aban
donment of his fall tour. He is con
valescent, but still must be judicious
in guarding his returning strength, and
he will remain here three weeks, after
^hich he will go by easy stages to
Florida, stopping in Washington for a
time and again in Atlanta.
When the decision was ultimately
reached he quietly announced it to his
family "I shall never act again,' he
said. "My days upon the stage are
Once the decision was made and its
first feeling of solemnity had passed
Mr Jefferson became more cheerful.
Pioneer Nebraska Editor Dead.
Lincoln, Neb., Oct. 3.Charles H.
Gere, editor of the Nebraska State
Journal, died at his home in this city
last night from neuralgia of the heart,
aged sixty-six Mr. Gere was one of
the pioneers of the state.
Lady Curzon's Condition.
Walmer Castle, Eng., Oct 3.The
bulletin on Lady Curzon's condition
issued at 10-30 a m. says: "Her lady
ship had some sleep during the night
and has taken nourishment well."
Card of Thanks.
We, the relatives of the late
George G. Puller, wish to ex
press our thanks to the members
of the Bemidji band, members of
the Bemidji fire department and
the many friends who kmdly as
sisted us during the sickness and
death of .our departed son and
Mr. and $Trs. 7. M. Fuller.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kelsey.
-YOUR MONEY IS
and will be refunded to you if after ua
ing half a bottle of
you are not satisfied with results.
This is our guarantee which goes wiHl
For Sale and Guaranteed Only by
The marriage of Miss Inge
borg Bilden to Peter Lindeberg
took place at the Norwegian
Luthern church at 8 o'clock Sat
urday evening in the presence of
a large number of friends. The
ceremony was conducted by
Rev. Peterson. A charivri party
waited upon the happy couple
during the evening and with
much clanging of bells and tin
pans they were strewn with rice.
Mr. and Mrs.Lindeberg will take
up their residence on Minnesota
Disolution of Partnership.
The co partnership heretofore
existing between J. D. McDonald
and A. D. Moe under the firm
name and style of the Bemidji
Tailoring Company is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. A.
D. Moe will continue the busi
ness and pay all outstanding
obligations of the firm while all
bills due the firm must be paid
Bemidji, September 26, 1904.
J. D. McDonald.
A. D. Moe.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTEDGirl for general
housework. Mrs. E. M. Bige
WANTEDYoung girl to goto
school and do light housework.
608 Bemidji Ave.
Office of Arcade PAMJI
Saloon. 4treart S 'Phone 50 Demi JI
Ownei of General Blackford, record
2 22H, who will make the season of 1904
Bemidji at a seivice fee of $20 Five
Dollais cash and S15 when the mare Is
known to be in foal Don't fail to see
him before breeding your mares.
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Now Located on Fourth Street, Two Doors
West of City Hall.
All Orders PromptlyAttendedto
Fine Art Wall Paper
Woo For Sale!
I have for sale an unlimit
ed quantity of Fine Jack
Pine and Tamarack Wood
in any lengths.
D. S. DENNIS,
710 America Ave. Bemidji.
Now is the time to have |j
them repaired for winter.
Give us a chance at your
Plumbing and Heating" as
we can save you big money
on a big or little job. tei
Call or phone to
..Tremont Hotel.. $
Confirmed with Restaurant
Meals at All Hours."
Furnished Rooms J^
Open Day and .Night*
Sign of the Big: Black Bear
12- 10- 12-
10- 12- 12-
Bemidji Mercantile Co.
4 We have just received another carload of
This Flour is made from the best of North
Dakota Hard Wheat and is the most satisfac
tory Flour that we can procure. We guaran
tee it in every respect.
4* For Cakes and Pastry Work use
..Iglehart's Swan's Down Cake Flour.
4* It is the Very Best.
1 BEMIDJ I MERCANTIL E CO
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 RhLICS 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
FEW, EXCELLED BY tfONE
A deposit Required on All Work
YOUR TRADE SOLICITED
The only Headache Remedy which does not weaken the heart.
Price 10 cents and 25 cents per bottle.
CASH PAID FOR DRY SNAKE ROOT.
CITY DRUG STORE
THE: PIONEER DRUG STORE O BEMIDJI.
DR. F. E. BRINKMAN,
OFFICE HOURS: 10 a. to Noon, and 1 to 5:30 p. n.
Are Chiropractic Adjustments the same a.s Osteopath Treatments?
No. The Chiropractic and the Osteopath both aim to put in place
that which is out of place, to right that which is wrong but the Path-
ology Diagnosis, Prognosis and Movements are entirely different.
One of my patients, Mr. W. A. Casler, has taken both Chiropractic
and Osteopoth treatments. The Chiropractic ia ten times more direct
in the adjustments and the results getting health ten times more thor-
ough in one tenth of the time than an Osteopath would.
Chickens, Sep. 1 to Nov. 1 Wild Ducks, any variety,Sep. 1 to Dec. 1.
And we wish to tell you that we have a full line of
Not at cut prices, but as cheap as it can be sold at a
12-gauge, Black Powder Loaded Shells, at
Semi-smokeless Dupont Smokeless
Ideal Leader Ideal
ione 57. mi Markham Block.
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A full line of Guns and Rifles also' Metallic
Ammunition, Powder, Shot, Primers, Empty
rJ^fc Shells. Remember we carry everthing in $
Hardware at right prices. \^z