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Fresli Walnuts, first of the
season, per lb
Concord Grapes, per basket
Try a pound box of our
Ladies* and Children's Cloaks
at a great reduction to reduce
the line also discount sale on
TH E BERMA N EMPORIU
Bananas, nice and yellow S
King Apples, per peck
Fancy California Oranges,
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Go to Hakkerup for photos.
Whipping cream that will whip
40c a quart at the Model Bakery.
Alderman J. W. Johnson of
Cass Lake was a visitor in this
L. H. Bailey went to Walker
this morning to attend the Novem
ber term of court.
'George Lindsay make a busi
trip to Blackduck last night, re
turning this morning.
John Masters came down from
Tenstrike this morning and will
spend the day here with friends.
There is no lever so powerful
as plain and simple factsMark's
Lung Balsam will cure your
Robert McConnell is in the
city from Grand Forks for a visit
here with his sister, Miss Anna
Condordia College, Moorhead,
Minn., gives advanced literary as
well as up-to-date business
courses at very moderate
rftrijTCf Dr. C. J. Larson, the
JCi I iO"eye specialist, will
make his next regular visit to
Bemidji, Tuesday and Wednsday
Novem be 22 and 23.
Messrs. Brose, Cahill, and
Russell left this morning for the
homestead of Mr. Brose, north
of this city, where they will hunt
"Q:S," Shoes Fit!
deer the remainder of the sea
C. E. Albrant went to North
ome this morning.
Mrs. R. A. McOuaig returned
to Tenstrike last night.
Go to the Princess Grocery for
your live turkeys for Thanks
The Model Bakery delivers
goods to all parts of the city.
E. M. Stanton, the Cass Lake
attorney, transacted business in
A meeting of the Masonic lodge
was held last night and work in
the second degree was taken up.
Harry Miller, a representative
of a St. Paul liquor house, is in
the city today calling on his trade
Waterworks are being installed
in the Mayo building on Third
street now occupied by Barker's
Chas. Swedback and Louis
Laurtizen returned this morning
from a hunting trip in the vicinity
of Funkley. They report good
Wheelock's employment office
this morning sent out forty men
who will be employed in the log
ging camps of A. T. Hatcher near
E, H. Winter returned this
morning from Robideau lake
after spending a few days deer
hunting with a party of Bemidji
Miss Dolly Bailey, who is tak
ing a course at Pillsbury Acad
emy at Owatonna, will arrive
home tonight to spend Thanks
ing with her parents in this city.
The Eagles held a regular
meeting at their hall last night
and arrangements were made
and committees appointed for
holding a grand ball on Thanks
Chester McKusick left this
morning for Walker, where he
will represent one of the parties
in an action which will come up be
fore Judge McClenahan at the
term of court row being held.
Great tonic, braces body and
brain, drives all impurities from
your system. Makes you well.
Keeps you well. Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents,
Tea or Tablets. Barkers Drug
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Parker
were registered at the Markham
yesterday. Mr. Parker is super
intendent for the Clearwater
Logging company, who will oper-
A woman is as
Shoes give her
that she looks five years younger.
You'll find them
only at M'Cuaig's
Store, Third St.
Wm. McCuaig Win. McCuaig
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fifty Years the Standard
Made from pure cream of
tartar derived from grapes.
PRIOR RAKING POWDIR OOs
Important meeting of the Busi
ness Men's Club at 8:30 at the
ate five camps near Wilton the
John Bailey went to Funkley
Edwin French returned last
night from a visit at Staples.
Why balance on the verge of
consumption when Mark's Lung
Balsam will cure.
Abe Wyler left for the Twin
Cities this morning on business
for the Bemidji Brewing com
Take a chance on the book case
now on exhibition at the Princess
Grocery company's store. Tick
ets from one cent to one dollar.
Gaorge Cooke, superintendent
for the Brainerd Lumber com
pany, returned to Brainerd this
morning after spending a couple
of days in this city.
A. P. Lysacker. who has been
laid up with an affection of the
knee for the past two weeks, has
resumed his duties as one of the
popular clerks at the Golden Club.
George F. Murch, formerly
connected with the Crookston
Lumber company in this city, is
here from Crookston, where he
is now manager of the company's
Mrs. fietherington and daugh
ter, Martha returned this morn
ing to their home at St. Paul*
after attending the funeral of
Mrs. H. J. Loud, to whom the
former is a sister.
A girl's "complexion' may be
stamped on her lover's heart, but
most of the "complexion" comes
off unless put there by Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea. "Pow
der'sa bad thing." Barkers
O. E. Bailey leaves tomorrow
morning for Chicago, where he
will take in the Minnesota North
western foot ball game. Mr.
Bailey will go from there to Mis
souri and Kansas, where he owns
considerable real estate.
Mrs. F. A. Mayo and daugh
ter left this morning for Los
Angeles, Cal., where they will
make their future home. Mr.
Mayo left on Monday for Cali
fornia and will engage in the
making of artificial stone.
H. M. Coosby, Grand Rapids
Wife could not eat or sleep. All
run down. Three packages
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
made her strong and healthy.
35 cents, Tea or Tablets.
Barkers Drug Store.
J. P. Lahr went to Blackduck
last night, where he embalmed
the body of Daniel Hutchins, a
homesteader who died at his
home near Rosa, from consump
tion. The man was thirty years
of age and leaves wife and four
children. The remains will be
taken to Minneapolis for inter
A very pleasant surprise party
was tendered Mrs. John Wash
burn last night when about thirty
guests assembled at her home",
the occasion being the birthday
of Mrs. Washburn. A number
of very beautiful and costly gifts
were presented to her, among
them being a Louwelsa-Weller
vase. Refreshments were served
and games were the diverson of
From South Africa.New Way of
Using Chamberlain's Cough
Mr. Arthur Chapman writing
from Durban, Natal, South Afri
ca, says: "As a proof that Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy is a
cure suitable for old and young,
I pen you the following: A neigh
ber of mine had a child just over
two months old. It had a very
bad cough and the parents did
not know what to give it. I sug
gested that if they would get a
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and put some upon the
dummy teat the baby was suck
ing it would no doubt cure the
child. This they did and brought
about a quick relief and cured
the baby." This remedy is for
sale by Barker's Drug store.
An Introduction Social has
been planned to be held in the
parlors of the Presbyterian
church tomorrow evening, the
object being for fellowship and ac
quaintance among the members
of the congregation and all others
who may be disposed to come.
Each lady is asked to bring lunch
for two and to come provided
with two aprons. The social is
free to all and all are cordially in
A Runaway Bicycle.
Terminated with an ugly cut
on the leg of J. B. Orner, Frank
lin Grove, 111. It developed a
stubborn ulcer unyielding to
doctors and remedies for four
years. Then Bucklen's Arnica
Salve cured. It's just as good
for burns, scalds, skin eruptions
and piles, 25c at all drug stores.
Live in the Woods.
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Parker,
with Mr. Parker's mother and
Misses Ella and Josephine Parker
arrived in the city last evening
from Stillwater and will be the
guests of Dr. and Mrs. Rowland
Gilmore for a day or two. Mr.'
Parker is superintendent of the
Clearwater Logging company and
the family make their home with
him each winter in the woods.
They will leave in a few days for
the camps of the company near
Nothing can be better than the
bestMark's lung Balsam is the
cha res.grloss of tone, feeling and vigor,
It speedily and permanently removes
The Home Treatment for All Female
FRFT Ladies' own obstetric and
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475 W. North Ave., Chicago, 111
HY'NE Sold by A. GILMOUR & CO.,
may be found the largest
and best assortment of
Candies for old and
young. W carry the
cheaper grades of can
dies as well as a choice
line of better grades.-
BLY'S MOREL BAKERY
We had another little flight of
snow but it soon went away and
is beautiful weather again.
Most of the men have returned
Election day past over very
Mrs. J. A. Mitchell and child
ren spent Sunday afternoon at
Mrs. George Cyr is a proud
mother as she has a little girl
born the 2nd of November. Both
mother and baby are doing well.
Mrs. Greenfield went to Be
Mr. Elliot's daughter arrived
home from Dakota yesterday.
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C. W. Hastings, President. A. P. White, Cashier, "f5
F. P. Sheldon, Vice-Pres. G. N. Millard Ass't Cash.
First National Bank,
General gapkiitg B^si^ess.
Savings Department in Connection. Fire Insurance.
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Beginning November 1 and continuing until November 27th,
we will sell Hardware to the people of Bemidji arid
vicinity at never-before-heard-of prices as we will dis-
continue business on December 1st in favor of a new
firm and must reduce our stock.
Come in and see us
A good IX Clothes Boiler dj Mrs. Potts' Sad Irons, per s'et d| f\fk
500 feet of Tar Paper pl.UU Large Bird Cages fll.UU
These are just examples. We shall dispose of everything in the store at like prices.
Everything cut to the Core!
The obect of this sale is not to make money
B\it to clbse out jtHe Gobcis!
BEMIDJI MER- CO.
Fancy Kings, per peck
Lemons, per dozen
Bananas Concord Grapes, per bskt,
White Clover comb Honey per lb.
Fresh Celery Per bunch
Fresh Cremery Butter Per lb. 28c.
Call and See Our China and Glass Ware
Which We are Selling at a Discount
BEMIDJI MER. CO
For one week only, November 14 to November
21, we will have a special sale on Cut Glass and
Hand-Painted China in order to make room for
our large line of Holiday Goods which we are
daily receiving. Here is a chance to select suit
able and appropriate Xmas Gifts at a great re
duction in price. Call and see our line and you
will easily be convinced of the facts.
Watch repairing and engraving a specialty.
George T. Baker (Si
Located in City Drug Store.
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