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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1912.
MRS. P3TTER PALMER.
Social Leader Leaves Chicago,
Takes Up Residence In New York
Sulh\an, of Blackduck, was
a Bemidji \isitor jesterday
Mrs Ford Emerson of Kelhher, is
dangerously ill at the hospital
George Hanngton, of She-vlin, was
In the city Friday on business
Car of Apples in bushel boxes for
sale at M. and I depot.Adv.
Mr and Mrs Tom Myers, from
Clear Lake, are in the city today
Mr and Mrs Earl Hazen became
the proud parents of a ten pound boy
Rev August Johnson will hold ser
vices at the residence of Q. A. Bo
night at 8 o'clock.
We have a surplus of milk and
cream. W. G. Schroeder Store.Ad.
Mrs Harry Reynolds and little
daughter were from their summer
home at La-unia Friday.
Arthur O Leary, son of Mr. and
Mrs O'Leary was taken sick
with apepndicitis Thursday night
Miss Betsy Froirak is in the city
shopping today Miss Froirak is
teaching the Farris school this year
Car of good apples for sale at M.
and I. depot.Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Dunning of
Solway will be the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. E. H. Denu today and Sunday
W Lakm went to Thief River
Falls yesterday afternoon on busi
ness for the Crookston Lumber com
George Hamery came in from
Gon\ick for a few hours yesterday
He is cashier of the State Bank of
Young ladies, 12 button gun metal
shoes, sizes 2 1-2 to 8, "width & JE.
$2.50 a pair O'Leary-Bowser Co
Mrs. Dickinson and children
of Chatanooga, Tennessee, are the
guests of Dr and Mrs E H. Smith
Stanley "Vye celebrated his ninth
birthday Friday. He entertained
nine little boys and girls at a din
Go to Hakkerup for photos.Adv.
Miss Annette Miller, of Buffalo,
Minnesota, arrived in Bemidji early
this morning and is spending the day
Miss Olive LaDue was Bemidji
last night on her way home to Wal
ker from Park Rapids, where she has
F. J. McPartlm, of International
Falls, is in the city today on court
business He is county attorney of
Mme. Darrell, manicurist, will be
at the Brinkman hotel, to give treat
ments for wrinkles, blackheads and
blemishes of all kinds.Adv.
Mrs. S. W. Murray is expected
from Anoka this evening. Mrs Mur
ray plans to spend the winter in Be
midji with her daughter, Miss Ethel
Miss Molly Munsing Doll cutouts
free with each purchase of Mun
sing underwear. O'Leary-Bowser Co.
Rev. J. C. Matson of Tenstrike,
left last evening for his new field of
!&bor at Ely and Tower. His fam-
ily and household goods will follow
in about a week.", _- A^
Mrs. Allen Huck and little daugh
ter arrived this morning from Spo
kane, Washinton, and are guests at
the home of Mrs. Huck's motner,
Mrs. William Hilljgrove.
B. R. Kinney ,of International
Falls, was in Bemidji last night be
tween trains on his way home from
the west. is head of the tele
phone exchange at Internationale.
Apples in bushel boxes for sale on
track at M. and I. depot.Adv.
There will be a regular meeting
of Bemidji Chapter Monday evening,
October 7 th, at 8 o'clock for work
in the Royal Arch, after which a
luncheon will be served. D. H. Fisk,
Mrs. M. B. Humes, who wah oper
ated upon recntly, was able to leave
the hospital the latter part of this
week and was taken to the home of.
her friend, Mrs. A. P. White, where
she will remain for some time.
Every young man should begin to
save money from the minute he be
gins to earn it. $1.00 will start an
account in the Northern National
Bank Come in today, young man.
W Gemmel and G. Warner,
officials of the M. and I., came to Be
midji last night. Mr. Gemmel's pri
vate car is in the Brainerd shops be
ing made ready for winter so that
he has to use the hotels along the
Basement bargains, 1 lot of men's
flannel shirts, 1-4 off. 1 lot men's
cashmere hose, 2 pair for 25c.
Dr. and Mrs E. H. Marcum had
the following guests for 6 o'clock
dinner last evening: Mr. and Mrs.
W. Brooks, Mr and Mrs. Graham
Torrance and Mr. and Mrs A. E.
Nelson. Following the dinner, the
guests were entertained at cards.
Miss Mable Fishbeck of Coleraine,
Minn is in the city this week She
was called here by the serious ill
ness of her grandmother, Mrs Betsy
Dowd Miss Fishbeck is at present
manager of one of the many stores
owned by Mrs. A. Wachtel of Grand
Sick headache is caused by a dis
ordered stomach. Take Chamber
lain's Tablets and correct that and
the headaches will disappear. Fo
sale by all dealers.Adv.*
Harold Dane and A E Nel
son went to Whitefish this afternoon
and will spend Sunday at White Pine,
camp Lynn Benner and Earl Car
son will go to Whitefish early Sun
day morning and take dinner at the
lodge The four expect to return
to Bemidji Sunday night.
Crookston Times: Mr and Mrs.
Walter Marcum, from Bemidji, are
expected to arirve this evening to
spend Sunday with Mr. Marcum's
parents, Mr and Mrs. P. Marcum, of
this city. This will be Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Warcum's first visit here
since they were married this sum
If you have young children you
have perhaps noticed that disorders
of the stomach are their most com
mon ailment. To correct this you
will find Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets excellent. They are
easy and pleasant to take, and mild
and gentle in effect- For sale by all
Miss Edna Schmit arrived from
Thief River Falls Friday to be the
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
William Schmitt over Sunday.
Monday she will leave for the cities
for a couple of weeks' visit. Miss
Schmitt is bookkeeper and stenog
rapher at the Citizens State Bank at
Thief River Falls.
Crookston Times: Mrs B. R.
Erickson, who has been visiting Mrs.
A E. Harirs and other friends in
the city the past .five weeks, expects
to return to her home at Bemidji
Monday mornin. Her many friends
have enjoyer her visit here very
much and will look forward to an
other visit from her.
J. W. Copeland, of Dayton, Ohio,
purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for his boy who had
a cold, and before the bottle was all
used the boy's cold was gone. Is that
not better than to pay five dollars
doctor's bill? For sale by all deal
Miss Mary Fogelquist and Mr.
Wilson Irvine Grant, both of Bel
trami county, were united in marr
iage at the home of Rev. S. E. P.
White, Friday. They will go to Mon
tana on their honeymoon to visit
with the groom's parents, for a
short time, and from there will go
to their claim in Canada
The Presbytery of Adams met at
Blackduck last evening, for the or
dination and installation of J. H.
Frarey. The sermon was preached
by Rev. R. S. Sidebotham, pastor
pastor evangelist. Rev. J. Bar
ackman, of Duluth, former pastor of
the church, charged the pastor, and
Rev. S. E. P. White of this city,
charged the people.
W. B. Steenstrup, who has been
employed as jeweler with Geo. T. Ba
ker company, in this city, will leave
today for Grand Rapids, where with
his brother 0."N. Steenstrup, he will
conduct a jewelry store. The latter
left for Grand Rapids in June and
has been there ever since. The va
cancy at Baker and company has al
ready been filled by Al Wessburg of
Fergus Falls, Minn.
T. Pendergast will soon leave
for his old home at Hutchinson, Min
nesota, for an extended visit. He
will stop off at Minneapolis for a
couple of weeks' visit with his son,
Edmund H. Pendergast, who is trav
eling agent for the Ziegler Coal com
pany. He will also stop off in Min
neapolis on his way back from
Hutchinson When Mr. Pendergast
first moved to Hutchinson there was
no road through what was then
called the "Big Woods," which ex
tended for a solid fifty miles west
of Minneapolis, and the journey to
Hutchinson was made mainly by
boats and where boats could not be
used they had to walk, often walk
ing as many as thirty miles a day.
The first school bell west of Min
neapolis was at Hutchinson. The
funds for which were raised by an
exhibition given by the schol chil
dren Mr. Pendergast's brother, W.
W. Pendergast, built the first school
house at Hutchinson.
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