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title: 'The Bemidji daily pioneer. (Bemidji, Minn.) 1904-1971, December 22, 1904, Page 5, Image 5',
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C. W. Hastings, President.
i F. P. Sheldon, Vice-Pres.
of the season.
Our extensive line of Millinery
to be sacrificed at half price.
THE BERMAN EMPORIUM
Next. Door to Post Office.
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S Goo Things for the Table,
Pastry is our Specialty.
(fjl Give us your Older for your Xmas Cakes. Our home fa
fj/i made Pastry and Bread are fresh made every fa
(p day and sure to please. Anything you may fa
*f\ want should we not have it on hand let us fa
(fj[ havethe order as we are fully equipped to fill fa
(p same to the best of satisfaction. fa
W 'The very best goods and the best service' is our motto fa
We have the following to offer:
Buns and Roll, per dozen 10c
Currant Roll&, 10c
Hot Cross Buns, 10c
Cinnamon Coffee Cakes, ea 5c
Raised Doughnuts, per doz 10c
Home Made 10c
Lady Finders, 10c
Almond Macaroons, lOc
Cocoanut Macaroons 10c
Almond Shells, 15c
Homemade Ginger Snaps,ID lOc
Honey Pretzels, per doz 15c
Vienna Squares, 10c
Spice Drops, 10c
Mageaxi Bros., Proprietors.
f Bemidji, Minnesota. 4
General Baking Business.
e|* Savings Department in Connection. Fire Insurance.
can operate one. We have the only line
Bemidji wiih prices
Tarts Made to Order:
Napoleon Tarts, per doz 25c
Apple Tarts, 25c
Kiper Tarts, 25c
Fruit Leaves, 15c to
Assorted Christmas Fruit
Cake, per lb 20c to 40c
Pound Cake, 25c
Cherry Layer Cake, Gilt Edge
Layer Cake. Walnut, Almond,
Cocoanut, Maple Fig, Choco
late or Orange Layer Cakes.
Pies.Our assortment of Pies
is always fresh Special for
Ives' Delicious Ice Cream, assorted flavors. Fresh Fruits ana Nuts:
Oranges, Bananas, Grapes, Lemons, Peais, Apples, Figs, I|J
Dates, Hickory Nutt,, Pecans, Walnuts, Filberts, Almonds
Our Candies are always fresh and pure, and prices
are considerably lower than you are accustomed to pay-
ing. ^Give us a call whether you buy or not our time
is yours. A full and complete line of Tobaccos and W
Cigars. Remember the old reliable for your fancy bak-
ing and sweet delicacies.
A. P. White, Cashier.
G. N. Millard Ass't Cash.
First National Bank?
From N The 15th
is the time to think of Engraving to avoid dis-
There is noth-
ing so pleasing and
'instructive as a
kodak. A child
to $200in 0
Choice Chrfstmas candies at
The Model Bakery.
Engraving done while you wait
at George T. Baker & Co.
Children's books, new supply
for Santa at Peterson's
Mrs. E. Leonard* of Tenstrike
is a visitor in the city today.
When you need a good tinner,
phone or call at Ross Hardware.
Christmas tree trimmings,
candle and candle holders at I B,
Joe St. Germain made a busi
ness trip to Turtle River last
An excellent line of Christmas
tree trimmings and holly at The
Don't forget to call at the
Princess when making your
Commencing Saturday night
midnight dinners will be served
at the City restaurant.
Fred Jordan made a business
trip to Kelliher last night, re
burning this morning.
Where is the best place to buy
your Christmas candies? At
the Princess of course.
Wm. Chishplm, now conduct
ing a restaurant at Kelliher, is in
the city today on business.
There is no lever so powerful
as plain and simple factsMark's
Lung Balsam will cure your
Mrs. S. Graham left last night
for Tenstrike, where she will
spend a few days the guest of
Buy Paris chocolates at the
Princess and get a chance on the
10 lb. box of candy that we are
Oar goods are not marked up
for the holidays, but in many
lines we are giving special prices
George T. Baker & Co.
Mrs. A. W. Danaher returned
last night to Tenstrike after
spending a few days in the city
with Mr. and Mrs. E. Geil.
L. B. Wilson, local agent for
the Gately Supply company of
Duluth, left for Kelliher last
night to call on his trade there.
Peter Johnson, well known in
Bemid]i as "Sailor Pete," came
down, from Northome this morn
ing to attend some business mat
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.
No sickly women or weak men
will ever regret taking Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea. It's
brought happiness to thousands.
35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Bark
er's Drug Store
1 am overloaded on Batavia
canned goods and am giving ex
ceptionally low prices to move
them quick before invoicing so
come in this week or next. For
sale by J. A. McConkey.
A. Knutson, superintendent in
this city for the Halvorson Carl
son railroad contracting firm, left
this morning for Minneapolis,
where he will spend Christmas
with his family
Mrs. Conger's millinery store
will be kept open every day in
the year, (except Sundays and
legal holidays)and you can always
find a becoming hat in stock and
at exceptionally low prices.
Children eat, sleep and grow
after taking Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea. Brings rosy
cheeks, laughing eyes, good
health and strength 35 cents,
Tea or Tablets. Barker's Drug
Headquarters for Santa Claus
John O'Neil, head clerk for the
J. A. Irvine company, is in the
city today and will leave tonight
tonight for Kelliher with 75 men
who will be employed at the
is the most com
plete and the
THURSDAY- -THE BEMIDJI DAILY PI0NEE1 -DECEMBER 22
the company on Pine
by the carload at the
J. W. Irwin returned last
night from St. Paul.
The only exclusive toy store in
Mrs Mary Gallagher of Turtle
River was in the city yesterday.
Judge Frank MeNannie of Cass
Lake called on friends in the city
Your old stove is good as cash
in part payment for a new one at
It is to your interest to read
every word of Mrs. Conger's
add's in this issue."
The finest assortment of rock
ers in the city on display at
Lahr's Furniture store.
Be sure and eat your Christ
mas dinner at the Grill and re
ceive a.beautiful seuvenir menu.
E. M. Horfcon, formerly regis
ter of deeds of Hubbard county,
is visiting friends the city -to-
W. E, Dean of Cedar Rapids,
Iowa, is in the city today looking
over his large land interests in
Mrs W. B. McLachlan, who
has been seriously ill for the past
week, is rapidly improving and
is out of all danger.
F. Kline, who has been in the
city for some time past, left this
afternoon for Minneapolis where
he will spend Christmas with his
A meeting of the Red Men will
be held this evening and the ses
sion promises to be an improtant
one, as the election of officers will
Lieutenant Alfred M. Masqn,
the Duluth recruiting officer, was
in the city yesterday and inspect
ed the local agency, returning
to Duluth last night. 1
A meeting of the Eagles was
held last night but only a small
attendance turned out and the
meeting: was adjourned without
any business being transacted.
Christmas food sale TDV the M.
E ladies at McCuaig's Friday in
stead of Saturday. ^Good things
to eat. Home made mince meat,
fruit puddings, cakes, cookies,
doughnuts and bread. Call and
Pat Sullivan passed through
the city last night enroute from
Kelliher to his home at Grand
Forks, where he will spend
Christmas with his family. Mr.
Sullivan is a superintendent of
the Grand Forks Lumber Co.
When you're broke the girls
They turn and fly as you come
Brace up old man, show
Take Rocky Mountain Tea
t'will change your luck Bark
er's Drug Store.
Henry Funkley went to Ten
strike last mgbt, where he will
represent the Benoit farmers in
the adjustment of their losses
with the Minnesota & Interna
tional company caused in the re
cent overturning of a car loaded
Call at Conger's millinery
where the bottom has fallen clear
out of prices, on hats. $ 75 buys
a trimmed hat $2 00 buys a
hat worth $4 00 but they must go
regardless of cost, these prices
will continue all season.
Call at the Princess for your
supply of Christmas candies.
Mr. A. R. Kane, a prominent
druggist of Baxters Springs,
Kansas, says Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets are,
in my judgement, the most su
perior preparation of'any thing in
use today for constipation. They
are sure in action and with no ten
dency to nauseate or gripe. For
sale by Barkers Drug Store.
Engraving done while yon watt
at George T. Baker & Co.
Wool Lress Goods excepting black, a 20 per
cent discount will be given in this dep't.
Ladies' Sweaters, worth $3.50 now $2.50
Opera Shawls at less than cost.
Ladies' Underwear.Here you will find a
Ladies' House Slippers.One lot worth
$2.25, now $1.59.
Ladies' Felt Shoes, worth $1.35, now $1.15
Part Wool Blankets.Lot 1, worth $1.50,
now $1 lot 2, worth $1.75, now $1.15
lot 3, worth $1.00, now 75c.
Men's House Slippers, worth $2, at $1.75
Men's Shoes, the $3.00 kind now $2.00
Boys' SweatersOne lot choice for 38c
Refinement is the keynote of
Mr. Harold Nelson's perform
ances. "Heart and Sword," the
romantic military drama in which
ne will appear at the City Opera
house on Monday, Dec. 26 is a
charming play full of romance
and clean comedy. The piece is
well acted, well starred and hand
somely costumed. It is one of
the greatest success of the emin
ent Canadian actor's career.
Fight Will Be Bitter.
Those who will presist in
closinng 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's New 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.
Be- sure and eat your Christ
mas dinner at the Grill and re
ceive a beautitul souvenir menu.
Cash Cash Cash
Talks at McCuaig's This Week
The prices we quote ^belo will convince yon that ,we
want cash to get it our goods must be slaughtered
notice some of our many bargains come early they
will not last long at these prices:
Don't miss this sale it means a saving to you
Extra Goo Bargains in our Grocery Dep't.
Yours for Bargains,
Wm. McCuaig Wm. McCuaig
RINGS CUT GLASS
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The fire department was
called out last night to quell a
small blaze which started on the
second floor of the building occu
pied by the Charlie Lee restau
rant. A quick response was
given to the summons but before
the arrival of the firemen the
fire had been put out.
you have the
of any place
Men's Underwear.One lot worth $2.50
per suit, now $1.98.
Men's Overcoats, the same as you will pay
clothing stores $5.00 to $7.00 we
sell them this week at $3.50.
Men's Sheep lined Coats.Come in and
get our prices.
See the hne of Men's and Boys' Caps we
are offering at 25c.
Discount on aP Rnbbers and Overshoes.
Boys' Leather Leggings, all sizes, $1.00
Boys' Canvas Leggings, 50c
Toys, Toys.Only a few left, but prices
are cut in this department so we
won't carry any over.
Dolls, from 5c to $3.50
Say, we want to sell you Feed this week at
our cash prices. Feed, per"sack, 85c
Hay, per ton $6.00 to 8.00
Diam6nds and Cut Glass. Right here is where
in solid gold
In Water Bottles, Tankards,
Punch Bowls, Vases, Cake
Plates, Spoon Trkys, Nappies, Perfilme Jars, Sugar and
Cream, Water Glasses, Salt and Pepper.
An endless variety of suitable and appropriate Christmas
Gifts for young and old. ENGRAVING DONE
WHILE YOU WAIT.
George T. Baker (Si
Located in City Drug Store.
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.
Solid Gold, Gold Filled, Silver,
Fine Enamel and Nickel Plain
Bassine, suitable for monograms others set with diamonds
and raised gold ornamental work. Fitted with the best
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Set with Diamonds, Rubies, Emeralds,
Pearls, Garnets, Safiires, Opals, Topaz.