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Go to Hakkerup for photos.
Li O. Morris of Cass Lake is a
business visitor in the city
Big reductions in trunks and
suit cases at Hub Clothing house.
There is no lever so powerful
as plain and simple factsMark's
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Is No win full Progress I
A new line of Silk and Mohair
Waists, something exquisitely
elegant for Christmas gifts, $
has just been received. $
$6.00, $7.00 and $8.00 values are ji\
$3.75, $4.00, 5.00 and $5.75 i)\
MOHAIR WAISTSA new and beautiful line in
fashionable makes, in white, red, brown, blue, tan, /f\
gray and black $2.25 and Up (f
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We enumerate a few of the many articles we have
in stock suitable for Xmas gifts.
Ladies' List:Rings, Watches, Brooches, Hat Pins,
Stick Pins, Puff Jars, Pieces of Gut Glass, Pieces of Hand
Painted China, Toilet Articles, Mirrors, Chains, Fobs,
Jewel Cases, Souvenir Spoons, Gold Clocks, Vases, Bon
Bon Dishes, Bon Bon Spoons, Napkin Rings, Thimbles,
Gents' List Rings, Watches, Chains, Charms,
Fobs, Stick Pins, Studs, Fountain Pens, Cigar Jars, Smok-
ing Sets, Tobacco Jars, Flasks, Grip Tags, Shaving Sets,
Match Safes, Hat Marks, Card Cases, Pocket Knives,
Collar and Cuff Boxes, Collar Button Boxes, Cuff But- J1
The question-"What shall I buy?" is
solved by making a call at
George T. Baker Co.
Located in City Drug Store.
can operate one.
Bemidji wiih prices
Lung Balsam will cure your
Wm. Hinchy, the logger, is a
visitor in Bemidji today.
Whipping cream 30 cents per
quart at the Model Bakery.
Dr. F. A. Blakeslee returned
this morning from Blackduck.
A pair of Selz Royal Blue shoes
would make a very nice Christ-
There is noth-
ing so pleasing and
instructive as a
kodak. A child
We have the only line
From Now To The 15th
is the time to think of Engraving to avoid dis-
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mas present.** For sale at the
Hub Clothing house.
Give your grocer no rest until
he gives you Barlow's Best.
Nothing can be better than the
bestMark's lung Balsam is the
Wm. Parker returned this
morning from a visit at Black
Order a few more pictures
from that negative at Reed's
Robert Neving of Neving post
office is transacting business in
the city today.
Before buying your suits for
Christmas, see what the Hub
Clothing house has to offer.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Sheldon re
turned this afternoon to Grand
Rapids. Mr. Sheldon is vice
president of the First National
bank in this city.
Ole Blocker and Sever Olson
left last night for Kelliher. From
therethey will go to Mr. Blocker's
claim which is situated a few
miles north of that town.
George Fleming yesterday sold
his stone and timderclaim located
in the Vermillion range to a
Duluth investment company.
The consideration was $2,000.
C. C. Woodward this morning
completed a deal with J. P. Pogue
whereby the latter becomes own
er of a tract of land situated at
the north end of Lake Bemidji.
Joe Harrington yesterday
finished removing his household
goods from his residence on Be
midji avenue to anew location on
Minnesota, where he will make
his future home.
Three drunks were in police
court this morning and upon
pleading guilty to having imbibed
too freely in the flowing bowl
were given light jail sentenses by
Olia Olson, the Shevlin saloon
man, is calling on friends in the
city today. Mr. Olson will leave
in the near future fot Roseau
where he will cpen up a first class
Chas. Nelson, well known to
the sporting fraternity as the
"Terrible Dane," arrived in the
city yesterday from Butte,
Mont., where he has fought sev
eral battles the past summer.
Changes are being made in the
interior of the Arcade saloon and
all gambling devices have been
removed from the building. The
rooms formerly occupied by
these will be used for serving
Bright eyes are an infallible in
dex to youth, windows from
which Cupid shoots his arrows.
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
makes bright eyes, rosy cheeks.
35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Bark
er's Drug Store.
W. J. Hilligoss, general land
agent for the Great Northern
railway, is in the city today. Mr.
Hilligoss will make Bemidji his
headquarters while looking over
the company's lands throughout
Better than the wheatBar
Mrs. Frank O'Neil is confined
at St. Anthony's hospital with
typhoid fever. Mr. O'Neil, who
has been*working at Akeley some
time past came home last night in
response to a message announc
ing the serious illness of his wife.
Greatest tonic and strength
producing remedy ever offered
suffering humanity. Cures indi
gestion, constipation, headache,
stomach disorders, That's
what Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea will do. Barker's
Barlow's best is everybody's
Martin Ellingson, the well
known Bemidji artist, left this
morning for Lanesboro, Minn.,
where he will spend some time
with his parents. Mr. Ellingson
has been in poor health for some
time past and will remain with
is the most com
plete and the,
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Mike Schusser went to Bagley
Once used, never refused, Bar
"Good things to eat" at the
Cecil Sherman has recovered
from an attack of lagrippe
When you need a good tinner,
phone or call at Ross Hardware.
Miss Grace Kaelble is serious
ly ill with an attack of lagrippe.
Ole Olson of Mohall, N. D., is a
business visitor in the city today.
All $15 overcoats will be closed
out at $11 at the Hub Clothing
K. Movold, the Fosston land
man, spent the day in the city on
Your old stove is good as cash
in part payment for anew one at
Frank Paul of the town of
Jones transacted business at the
court house this afternoon.
Dr. C. M. Smith returned this
afternoon from Baglev, where he
has spent the past two days on
F. D. Heffron is suffering with
lagrippe which necessitates his
absencef rom the Crothers barber
shop, where he is employed.
T. J. Miller & Co. this morning
shipped 15 men to Kelliher, where
they will be employed at the lum
ber camps of Irwin & O'Brien.
W. S. Brannon, proprietor of
the Brannon hotel at Northome,
arrived in the city this morning
and will enjoy a short visit here
with his family.
Coal, coal, leave your order at
Ross' Hardware for any kind of
coal you want. We have differ
ent grades in stock and can de
liver in quantities to suit.
Mr. and Mrs W. E Hyatt of
Turtle River arrived in Bemidji
this morning and will remain
here for a few days the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hazen.
No other remedy on earth is so
^ood for children a Hollister's
Mountai Tea,smakes them
3afc, sleep and grow. Bright eyes
and rosy cheeks. 35 cents Tea
or Tablets Barker's Drug
Mr and Mrs Sutton of Gilby,
N arrived in the city last
night. Mrs. Sutton has been in
ill health for some time past and
will remain here during the win
ter. Mr. Sutton returned home
Deputy Sheriff R. Dunlava
of Crooksion returned this morn
mg from Blackduck, where he
has subpoenaed witnesses for the
regular term of court now being
held at Crookston. Mr Dunlave
says that, there are over 200 civil
cases upon the calendar besides
20 criminal cases and it is ex
pected that the term -will last un
til Feb. 1.
Wm. Fuller returned last nighs
from Brainerd, where he was a
witness in Judge McClenahan't
court in the case of Jinkinson
vs. the Boness Lumber company.
The company refused payment
for logs which were bought by
them and some of which they
claim were not delivered. Mr.
Jinkinson contends that all the
logs bargained for were deliv
ered, hence the suit.
A sure sign of approaching re.
volt and serious trouble in your
system is nervousness, sleepless
ness, or stomach upsets. Elec
trie Bitters will quickly dismem
ber the troublesome causes. It
never fails to tone the stomach,
regulate the kidneys and bowels,
stimulate the liver, and clarify
the blood. Run down system
benefit particularly and all the
usual attending aches vahish
under its searching and thorough
effectiveness. Electric Bitters is
only 50c, and that is returned if
it don't give perfect satisfaction.
Guaranteed by all druggist
Dr. O. O. Green gives alert personal attention
to his great humanitarian contract.
fl our Almanac for many years past we
have given unusual advice to those afflic
ted with coughs, colds, throat or lung
troubles or consumption. We have tola
them if they did not receive any special
benefit after the use of one 75-cent size
bottle of German Syrup, to consult their
doctor. |W did not ask them or urge
them to use a large number of bottles, as
is the case in the advertising of many
other remedies. Our confidence in Ger
man Syrup makes it possible for us to
give such advice. JW know by the ex
perience of over 35 years that one 75-cent
bottle of German Syrup will speedily re
lieve or cure the worst coughs, colds,
bronchial or lung troublesand that,
even in bad cases of consumption, one
large bottle of German Syrup will work
wonders. |Ne trial bottles, 25c. reg
ular size, 75c. At all druggists. 4
DO VICTIM O
Police Dispatch Canine Suf
fering With A Attack
Another mad dog scare is on
in the city as the result of the
killing yesterday afternoon by
the police a canine suffering an
attack of genuine hydrophobia.
The animal ran down the street
biting at telephone poles and
other objects in his path until ar
rested by the police, who stopped
his progress and afterwards took
him into an alley and dispatched
him. The police report several oc
currences of the same kind with
in the past week.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
as mercury will surely destroy
the sense of smell and completely
derange the whole system when
entering it through the mucous
surfaces. Such articles should
never be used except on prescrip
tions from reputable physicians,
as the damage they will do is ten
fold to the good you can possibly
derive roin them. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by P. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, O, con
tains no mercury, and is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of tne
system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the
genuine. It is taken internally
and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F.
J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
free. Sold by all druggists
Price, 75c. per bottle. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipa
Will Go to Littlefork.
Frank Beaton, the popular
m.xer who has been employed at
the Golden Club for some time
past, will leave in the near future
for Littlefork, where he willta^e
charge of the Adam Scarlett re
freshment parlors. Mr. Beaton
has many friends in the city who
wish him success in the new
Not a minute should be lost
when a child shows symptoms of
croup. "Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy given as soon as the child
becomes hoarse, or even after the
croupy cough appears, will pre
vent the attack It never fails,
and is pleasant and safe to take.
For sale by Barkers Drug Store.
The City restaurant is under
going repairs and interior decora
tions which, when completed,
will materially add to the appear
ance of the establishmeht A
coat of kalsomining is being ap
plied to the walls and the wood
work is being repainted.
A Costly Mistake.
Blunders are sometimes very
expressive. Occasionally life it
self is the price of a mistake, but
you'll never be wrong if you take
Dr. Kings New Life Pills ford ys-'
pepsia, dizziness, headache, liver
or bowel troubles. They are
gentle yet thorough. 25c, at all
Big Dance Tonight.
A grand ball will be given this
evening at the city hall by the
Bemidji orchestra and a large at
tendance will without a doubt
turn out, as many tickets for the
event have been sold already.
All arrangements for a success
ful dance have been completed
and the best of floor mamagement
will prevail. Ample precautions
for the exclusion of objectionable
characters will be taken.
Fight Will Be Bitter.
Those who will presist in
closmng their ears against the
continual recommendation of Dr.
King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, will have a long and
bitter fight with their troubles, if
not ended earlier by fatal termi
nation. Read what T. R. Beall of
Beall, Miss, has to say. "Last fall
my wife had every sympton of
consumption. She took Dr.
King'sNew Discovery after every
thing else had failed. Improve
ment came at once and four bot
tles entirely cured her." Guar
anteed by all druggist. Price 50c,
and $1.00, trial bottles free.
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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 towl...
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 1
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 fiDd it th re.
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
Diamonds and Cut Glass. Right here is where
in solid gold
diamonds, the -4
Sick With Qntnsy/
J. Middaugh is very seriously
ill with an-attack of quinsy. Mr.
Middaugh has been suffering for
some time past and the disease
has steadily grown worse until
now it assumes a serious nature-.
Demonstration at Bazaar.
Every night this week the Ban
zaar store will serve free of
charge coffee and warm biscuits
and maple syrup to demonstrate,
the quality of Canadian Sap ma-,
pie syrup and J. P. Conrad's cof
fees. Music will be furnished
while the refreshments are being
served. CITY OPERA HOUSE
3 nights commencing
Monday December 19
Falkner Stock Company and
Master George (the child
genius) presenting a comedy
drama of unusual heart sen
timent, in four acts
"High Class Specialties during
action of the play.
Prices 25c, 35cmnd S0e
4* cases set with
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