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MUCH APPENDICITIS IN BEMIDJI
Many people in Bemidji have chronic
Appendicitis and mistake it for stomach
or bowel trouble If you have wind or
gas in the stomach or bowels, sour stom
ach or constipation, try simple DUCK
thorn bark, glycerine etc as com
pounded in Adler-i-ka, the new German
Appendicitis remedy A SINGLE DOSE
of tnis simple remedy will relieve you
you will be surprised at the QUICK
action N French & Co, druggists
wmerly lUdenbuah & Co. of St. Paul
Instructor of Violin, Piano, Mando
lin and Brass Instruments. Music
furnished for balls, hotels, weddings,
banquets, and all occasions. Terms
reasonable. All music up to date.
HARRY MASTEN, Piano Tuner
Room 36, Third floor, Bnnkman
William C. Klein
New Neckwear just arrived in
the latest embroidery sailor and shawl
colors. Dainty Jabots, the new Fichu
latest addition in Neckwear.
Am a first class horse shoer and
Blacksmith. Try me, W. J. Kerr
The Eckhardts, Swiss Bell Ringers
and musical entertainers, will ap
pear at the City Opera House Wed
nesday evening, under the auspices
of the Presbyterian church Secure
your tickets early.
C. Briand, of the United States
Army, arrived in Bemidji yesterday
and will take charge of the recruit
ing station in this city.
Miss Mary Jackson, who has been
attending Sancto Scholastic College
in Duluth, has returned to the city,
and will spend her Easter vacation
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Selma Whitting, has return
ed to Bemidji, and will spend her
Easter vacation with her parents.
Miss Whitting is taking a course in
music at Minneapolis conservatory.
Mrs. Whitting returned with her
Special opening prices on every
thing in dry goods and woman's
wearing apparel at the sale begin
ning Saturday morning, April 15th.
F. G. Troppman & Co.'s store in the
old Bazaar building corner Third St.
and Minnesota Ave. Watch for
brings shipments of new Easter Coats, Suits and
Dresses. Suits and Coats of Serge, Diagonal, English
mixtures, Venetian and Satin in black, blue, tan, gray,
and all the other new shades. Latest models in the
regular and high waist line.
Coats, $9, $13.75, $17,$25 and up.
In all the new models in highest art Tailoring, tan,
black, blue, gray, striped effects also black satin. Some
strictly plain tailored showing the graceful lines, lined
with PeaudeCygne. The more dressy Suits are made
with Sailor collars, low shawl collars with braid trim-
ming. Suits from $12, $16, $18, $25 to $50.
Everything in fine fruit, nuts and
candy at Peterson's.'
L. LaRue of St. Paul, passenger
agent for the Great Northern rai*
road, was in Bemidji today.
If you want
the finest lem-
ons grown ask
ier they are
eo in pre-
i Eat Luscious
A. B. Clair and wife of Grand
Rapids, were in Bemidji today.
Chapman's new Blacksmith shop
I have got it. Come and see me.
W. J. Kerr.
SweetA Perfect Fruit
Five thousand California orange farmers,
raising 60 per cent of the state's entire crop,
select, each season, their perfect oranges and
pack them under the name "Sunkist This
enables you to recognize and buy California's
choicest, tree-ripened oranges.
Until you have tasted a luscious'' Sunkist'' orange,
you cannot begin to appreciate the excellence of
oranges that are properly grown, rigidly inspected,
carefully packed and swiftly transported. Serve'' Sun
kists" on your table tomorrow morning and learn the
superiority of tree ripened, fibreless, seedless, solid and
sound oranges over the commonplace kind. "Sunkist"
oranges are so nearly all food that they are much the
cheapest kind to buy.
"Sunkist" oranges are thin-skinned and are hand
picked. Th "Sunkist" orange is a firm, solid fruit.
Ask your dealer for the "Sunkist" kind and make
sure that each orange you get is packed in a tissue
paper wrapper labeled "Sunkist For these wrappers
This Handsome Rogers Orange Spoon
Savel2"Sunkist"orange(orlemon)wrappers and send
them to us. with 12c to pay charges, packing, etc
and we will present you with a genuine Rogers Or
ange Spoon, of beautiful new design and highest
quanta Begin saving wrappers todn.\ For ench addi
tional spoon desired send 12 Sunkist'' wrappersand lie.
In remitting, please send one cent stamps when the
amount is less than 24c on amounts abote 24c, we prefer
moneyorder expressorderorbankdTaft (Don send cash
We will be Kind to send \ou complete list of \aluable pre
miums We honor both 'Sunkist" and "Red Ball wrappers
for premiums. (jjjj^
California Fruit Growers' Exchange, 34 Clark St. Chicago, 1IL
THE HERMAN EMPORIUM
Your Easter Apparel is now a matter which is demanding your
Easter at the Berman Emporium always means an array of magnificence and beauty of wearing
apparel to combine with the new Spring Season. Every Department offers new inspirations. COATS,
SUITS and DRESSES exclusively made for us, maintaining the highest standard of excellence in Style
and Tailoring. The values are unequaled, come to look and make yourself at home here.
Dresses for Easter
Our collection of Dresses is so varied and exclusive
that it would be impossible to do justice by a word
Some are Foulards, Shantung, Satin, Messaline, Em-
broidery, Ginghams, Lawns, Chiffon, etc, no matter
what the occasion your dress is here.
Sale of Waists Beginning Saturday
Two lots white Waists at about half regular value.
All linen tailored waists slightly handled regular $3 in
this sale $1.75.
Dainty lingerie Waists up to $4. Sale $2.25.
One lot Percale tailored waists in plain colors and
striped 39 cents.
Messaline, Taffetta Waists in Black and colors,
values to $6.75. Sale price $3.25.
Are you not 01 ten
"caught" when company
comes You won't be
if you have ON HAND
some of our delicious
You can serve them
three minutes. Think
of the WORRY this will
save you! Besides they
COST LESS than the
things you use mak
ing soup. CANNED SOUPS
WILL SAVE YOU TIME
KORRY AND MONEY.
Give US your grocery
Fancy Celery Round Radishes
Cucumbers Rhubarb Ripe Tomatoes
Strawberries Fresh Pineapple
Oranges 45c a Peck
Roe & Markusen
THE QUALITY GROCERS
Phone 206-207 4th St. Bemidji
Easter Bags, Combs.
Parasols and Hair Orna