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VOLUME 2. NUMBEB 202.
We have our Christmas goods on display and
await your inspection. We think you can find just
what you want here. Our display of Dolls cannot be
beaten and prices are lower than ever before.
A Dress Pattern for Xmas would be suitable and we
can show you an up-to-date line.
Baskets, Fancy Baskets. We have an elegant line
from 10c to $2.00.
Dishes, Dishes. Nothing to equal them in town.
Children's Sweaters, all sizes. Buy them something
warm. 75c to $1.00.
Ladies Silk Mittens from 50c to $1.25. Ladies' Golf
Gloves 25c to 50c. Childrens' Mittens 15c to 25c.
Handkerchiefs, men's ladies' and children's from I
cent to $1.00.
Combs, Combs, all kinds from 15c to 25c and they
Tarns, Hoods and Opera Shawls at a big reduction.
Mens, and boys' Caps. Come and see them. Cheaper
than the cheapest.
Blankets. See the bargains we offer you for $1.00
per pair. We also have them at 60c per pair.
Don't forget our 5c 10c and 15c bargain booths. You
may find it there.
Just received the new style Henderson Corset, all sizes.
Christmas Candies, by the piece, pound, pail or barrel
How would corn on the cob suit you for Xmas dinner?
You will find it in our grocery department.
Yours For a Merry Xmas
Wm. McCuaig Wm. McCuaig
DO NOT MISS
A Grea Christmas
The best of everything for Christmas in Fancy Goods,
Novelties, Toys, Children's Books and Fancy Sta-
tionery. You cannot help being pleased when
you see our beautiful Holiday Stock which
is as complete as it is beautiful.
Don't fail to see our special attractions in Cuff and Collar Boxes, Dressing
and Toilet Cases, Albums, Fancy Glass and Chinaware, Glove and Handkerchief
Boxes, also our big assortment of Lamps, Cracker Jars, Silverware, Books and
Dolls and Doll Heads.
Celluloid Heads, unbreakable and no paint to to come off. China and Bisque
Heads in all sizes and prices. China, Bisque and Kid Dolls. All the latest Charac-
ter Dolls, such as Happy Hooligan, Foxy Grandpa etc.
Don't worry about what to get for Christmas but come in
Everything for everybody. Candies and Cigars our specialty.
Don't forget that we are Giving away a Beautiful $12 triple plated gold clock.
Come in and see how you oanget it. We will give some one a beautiful present at 1
o'clock Christmas Eve.
Demonstration at Bazaar.
Every night this week the Ba
zaar store will serve free of
charge coffee and warm biscuits
and maple syrup to demonstrate
the quality of Canadian Sap ma
ple syrup and J. P. Conrad's cof
fees. Music will be furnished
while the refreshments are being
and see our line.
HomeMade-BARLOWIS BEST^JShojild Get*the Trad
Nearly ROOOiOOO Worth of
Property Destroyedt Fire
LIVES OF THREE FIREMEN
Boutell Bros., Peck Photographic Supply
Houseand Rintliff Manufactur
ing Company Suffer.
Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. 14.The total loss incurred by a fire this morn-
ing which destroyed Bouteli Bros.'furniture store, the Peck photographic
supply house.and the Rintliff Manufacturing company's plant is estimated at
$75o,ooo. Two members of the fire insurance patrol, Jacob Miller and John
Fellow, were killed and the body of fireman Buckley was found in the ruins
this morning^ making three dead-
BEMIDJI, MINNESOTA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1904. ^^^SiM^
Aged Solway Homesteader
Committed to Fergus Falls
BROODING OVER TROUBLES IN
FAMILY CAUSES INSANITY
First Wife Died and Second Robs
Him of Property, Then
Noah Barnhart, a homesteader
who has lived upon a claim in the
town of Jones south of Solway
for the past four years, was com
mitted to tne state insane asylum
at Fergus Falls yesterday after
noon by Judge Clark and he was
taken down last night by Sheriff
Brooding over family troubles
caused the weaking of the old
man's mind. He was married in
southern Michigan many years
ago and lived happily up to the
time of the death of his first
wife, and had accumulated quite
a fortune and owned a valuable
farm and orchard. Five children
were born to the couple. Up
on the death of his wife Barnhart
married again but his second
matrimonial venture was- not
blessed with any degree of hap
piness, and at last the woman
sued for divorce and was success
ful in the suit. A division of the
property took place and in the
various proceedn res that follow
ed Barnhart was deprived of all
hjs property and was left on, the
That was four years ago. He
came to Beltrami county and
settled upon a farm near Solway,
where he has lived ever since.
Insanity attacks have been fre
quent and it was found necessary
a short time ago to remove him
to the county hospital for treat
ment. His condition grew stead
ily worse, however, and at last it JMl
was decided by the authorities 1 1K
to commit to the asylum.
The man is sixty-one years of
age and is remarkably well pre
served physically. He claims
that he has never drank intoxi
cants and does, not ^chew or
smoke tobacco. V-
,-&r flew Year Opening.
Of the Duluth Business Uni
versity will occur on Tuesday,
Jan. 3d. All intending to enroll
for this^ opening are requested to
call at the College office, 105 7 W.
Superior St.|||Write or phone W.
C. McCarter," proprietor.^ Both
phonesLong distance, ^p...,.^
Mr. A. R. Kane, a prominent
druggist of Baxter Springs,
Kansas, says: '-Chamberlains
^Stomach and Liver Tablets are,
in my judgement, the most su
perior preparation of'anything in
use today for constipation. They
are sure in action and with no ten
dency to nauseate or gripe^tFor
sale by Barkers Drug Store.'
H. J. McCarty went to North
ome last nightly
ALARMS TH E INDEPENDENTS.
Reports of a Telephone Appliance
Chicago, Dec. 14.Alarmed at^ ru
mors that capitalists were seeking
control of every telephone appliance
factory in the United Stales, the mem
bers of the Independent Telephone as
sociation of America will take steps
at the convention which opens Tues
day to defeat it. A week ago,
men said to represent $700,000,-
000 of Eastern capital were in Chi
cago taking options on the telephone
appliances, notably all of -which are
represented in the independent asso
ciation. The result of such a move
ment, it is conceded by the Independ
ent Telephone companies, would shut
off sources for instruments and ap
pliances and in the most emphatic
terms, President Henry A. Bamhart
of Rochester, Ind., told the executive
board of the association that they
must take steps to protect itself.
All independent telephone exchanges
of the country, numbering more than
8,000, will be represented, at the con
vention. Eleven states are represent
ed and this year there will be several
visitors from newly acquired territory
of the independent company. The con
vention will continue through to
BRIEF BITS OF NEWS.
The house committee on appropria
tions has reported an urgent de
ficiency appropriation bill carrying
Miss Mina Rudolph, leading lady of
the "San Toy" company, and Jefferson
J. Graves of Jameson, Cal., reputed a
millionaire, have been married at Den
Through the organization of an Or
gan Grinders' union at Philadelphia a
censorship will be established over the
music to be dispensed by the street
If you can not
come to see our
send us your
waist to buy 3Tonr
priced at $4.95.
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Ladies9 Mens' and Boys
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0'LEARY & BOWSER
Belts and Combs
ment of ladies' belts and combs at reduced prices.
doll buggies, sleds and chairs.
C. W. Hastings, President.
Out of our immense stock of Ladies' Tourist Coats we
have but two left in the extra -fine ones. They will
make nice Christmas presents. We have reduced the price. One, a black, full satin
lined $32.00 coat is now, $25.00 Another a fine blue kersey, full satin lined price
$25.00, is now $20.00..
mens' and boys' suits and overcoats at this store. Just on a $10.00 suit or overcoat ^5L
you can save enough to furnish.a good sized family with a good Christmas dinner. mk*'~
TEN CENTS PER WEEK
These women say Wine of Cardui will core menstrual
disorders, bearing down pains, ovarian pains, leucorrhoea,
nervousness and hysteriathat this pure wine will rob child-
birth of its worst agonies, and that the change of life need
have no terrors for a woman who takes this great female tonic.
Will you take their advice?
Secure a Bottle of Wine of Cardui today.
F. P. Sheldon, Vice-Pres.
First National Bank,
We are bound to give extra values for Christ
mas. We will save you enough on a silk
Christmas turkey. -All our $7.00, $6.50 and $6.00 waists, are now
Booth Ideal Patent Kid,
now $3.50 per pair.
Wine of Cardui has been so helpful to me
that I feel it mv duty to advise sick and suffering
women to try this wonderful remedy.
MISS MARTHA HUBEE,
505 East 88th St., New York City.
Wine of Cardui is simply wonderful and I
wish that all suffering women knew of its good
qualities. MBS. WILHELMINA SNOW,
Treas. Economic League, Portland, Me.
Every woman suffering with female trouble
shouldfryWine of Cardui, and I fully believe
they will experience the same benefits and cure
which I have. MRS
A# AUSTIN, vHj
606 N. 6th St., Kansas Cily, Mol
My advice to suffering women is to. take Wine of Cardui and they
will never be disappointed in the results. MISS LOUISE FINE
125 Hennessy St., New Orleans, La.
A. P. White, Cashier. 4*
G. N. Millard Ass't Cash.
Savings Department in Connection. Fire Insurance.
The Only Store
in town where
yon can see a
suitable for La
Goodyear Welt, $4.00 shoes
~Clotliing jt^iTMag_h6wich'yo ^t can save by^buying^your p.^
From now until Christmas we
will show an extra large assort*
That will gladden the hearts" of the children.
Toys, ood, iron and tin. Dolls, doll beds,
We have a full line of candy including mixed, chocolates, Tjon bons,
velvets, penny goods and butter cuns.