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W B. Lakin returned this mornig
from a trip to Blackduck.
M. Torrance returned from Is
land Lake last evening
Henry Pfund of Kelliher, was in
Bemidji yesterday on business
Go to Hakkerup for photos.Adv.
Mr. Tom McCann expects to go to
the cities next Monday for his
Mrs. Catherine Macready returned
from a ten days' visit to the twin
cities last evening
Mrs W Wilcox of Fowlds is the
guest ot her sister-in-law, Mrs A.
Henrionnet this week
Dressmaking done at 418 Irvine
Mr and Mrs Thayer Bailey re
turned Wednesday night from a few
day's outing at Tenstrike
R. G. Chisolm, of Minneapolis, is
in Bemidji on business ot the Nich
ols-Chisolm Lumber company.
/Mrs E E Titus of Portland, Ore
is the guest ot her bon, Titus She
expects to remain about a month
Troppman's big sale of blankets
ends Saturday Adv.
Miss Alice Peterson returned from
Tsevis last evening, where she has
been taking care of a typhoid patient.
T. J. Crane, ot Virginia, was
Bemidji for a few hours yesterday,
leaving for Virginia on the midnight
Lambert returned from the
twin cities this morning, where he
has been in the interest of the Crook
ston Lumber company.
Oral Kirtland came up from
Backus last evening and will spend
a few days with his grandpaients,
Mr and Mrs A Crowell.
Mme. Darrell, manicurist, will be
at the Brinkman hotel, to give treat
ments for wrinkles, blackheads and
blemishes of all kinds.Adv.
Mrs. F. Blackmer of Albert Lea,
Minnesota, and Mrs T. Jones of St.
Paul are at the A. G. Wedge home
this week Mrs Jones is Mr Wedges'
S Kneble, supei intendent of
the Great Northern, and E. A Mills
came to BemidDi trom Crookston yes
terday and were in the city a tew
The Henrionnet millinery parlors
have just received a new line of
Velour and Pattern hats Call and
buy your hat before the line is
Mrs. Charles Samuels of Wallace,
Idaho and Mrs S Donaldson of
Osakis, Minesota arrived in Bemidji
last evening and will be the guests of
Mrs Nona Belding for several days
John Klungseth, of the Eckles
Mercantile company, was in the city
on business Wednesday afternoon.
He reports fall business as being
very promising in the mercantile line.
Mrs P. A. Young entertained at
"Whist" Tuesday evening. Tre fol
lowing guests were present: Mes
dames Tuomy, Lambert, Stevens, Mac
Lachlan, Unrue, Lahr and Miss Stew
Sick headache is caused toy a dis
ordered stomach. Take Chamber
lain's Tablets and correct that and
the headaches will disappear. For
sale by all dealers.Adv.
Miss Myrtle BWbar of Fair Haven,
Minnesota, was \he guest of Mrs. C.
Vandervort Wednesday night. She
was on her way to the Red Lake
Agency, where she will teach this
Miss Dorothy Rhea celebrated her
second birthday Tuesday afternoon.
The following guests were present:
Vera Opsahl, Jean Otto, Beatrice Mc
Gregor, Robert Young, and Virginia
A man" wanted to send some mon
ey tq his old mother in Ireland. He
wasn't sure the drafts from the
Northern National Bank could reach]
put into the little town so far away,]
last evening. Several useful articles
were presented to him and his fam
ily and the evenfng was spent in
song and prayer.
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
George Kreatzs, F. S. Lycan and W.
S Lycan, of Crookston, returned to
Bemidji from Baudette yesterday
morning. The party went up into
the Lake of the Woods for ducks and
reported a hag of about 100. W. S.
Lycan took the early morning train
When you have a bad cold you
want the best medicine obtainable so
as to cure it with as little delay as
possible. Here is a druggist's opin
ion: "I have sold Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for fifteen years,"
says Enos Lollar of Saratoga, Ind.,
"and consider it the best on the mar-
ket." For sale by all dealers.Adv.
Rev. C. G. Chandler, the new
pastor of the First Baptist church,
and family of Battle Lake, and Rev.
E. Holland and family of La Porte
have been guests at the C. Vander
vort home this week. Rev. Holland
ill take Rev. Chandler's place at
Battle Lake and started for that
place this morning.
Take Time for Breakfast.
Common sense indicates that break
fast should be a substantial meal
enough time should be allowed to eal
the morning meal at leisure and en
joy it. The manner in which some
people gobble down their breakfast is
becoming only to an ostrich. It it
one of the great reasons for the ex
istence of what is sometimes called
TASTE, SMELL AND
A Simple, Harmless Remedy Quickly
Relieves Catarrhal Deafness.
The thousands who suffer the mis
eries of colds and catarrh and claim
they have never found a cure can get
instant relief by simply anointing the
nostrils with Ely's Cream Balm.
Unlike internal medicines which
upset the stomach, or strong snuffs
which only aggravate the trouble,
this cleansing, healing, antiseptic
Balm instantly reaches the seat of
the trouble, stops the nasty dis
charge, clears the nose, head and
throat, and brings back the sense of
taste, smell and improve the hearing.
More than this, it strengthens the
weakened and diseased tissues, thus
protecting you against a return of
the trouble. This remedy will cure a
cold in a day, and prevent its becom
ing chronic or resulting in catarrh.
Nasal catarrh is an inflammation
of the membrane lining the air pass
ages, and cannot be reached by mix
tures taken into the stomach, nor can
it be cured by snuffs and powders
which only cause additional, irrita
tion. Don't waste time on them. Get
a 50 cent bottle of Ely's Cream Balm
from your druggist, and after using it
for a day \ou will wish you had tried
Mothers should give the children
Ely's Cream Balm for colds and croup.
It is perfectly harmless, and pleas
ant to take Adv.
William G. Klein
Rentals, Bonds, Real Estate
First Mortgage Loans
City and Farm
5 and 6, O'Leary-Bowser Sldg.
cdi is taken in the mak
ing and the materials used
of higher grade
Makes abrilliant silky polish thatdoesnot
rub oil or dt.st o'f, and tha shine lasts four
timos as long: ai ordinary stove polish.
U-.ed on sample stoves and sold by
Ail weask Is a trui Ue It on your cook stovu,
your parior sto\e or on jra range It you
don AndIt the beat stov* palish you ever used,
your dealer is authorized to refund your mouey.
In-ist on Blac i bilk Stove Polish.
Hade In liqaid or pasteone quality.
BLACK SILK STCVE POLISH WORKS
Use Black Silk Alr-Oryini Iron Enamel on grates,
registers, Biove pipes-Prevents rusting
Use BUek Silk Metal Polish for silver, nickel or
brass, it has no equal for u=e oa automobiles.
Get a Can TODAY
In Three Parts
Adapted From the Classics
An Hour of Memorable En
tertainment. Love, Ro
mance, Comedy and Ad
Wife1 saw Mrs Becker this morn
ing, and she complained that on th
occasion of her last visit you were s
rude to her that she thought she must
have offended you HusbandNoth
ing of the kind on the contrary I lik
her very much, but it was rather dari
at the time, and v,hen I entered th
room I thought at first it was you.
No Difference to Her.
"I understand your husband is a
candidate for office," said a suffragette
out west to her sister in the cause
"Are you going to support him?" "Oh,
I suppose so," answered the sister
somewhat wearily, "I've been support
ing him for the past ten years."Chi
First Show Starts at 7:30
Admission: Adults 10c, Children 5c
Be Sore and Giip
This Out Today
Sad Sequel to Wedding.
A landau which a newly-married
couple, the chief bridesmaid, and the
"best man" were driving from church
was knocked over hy^n electric tram
car in Lille, near Paris, the other
morning. The coaebman had his legs
broken, the bride, a girl of twenty-one,
broke her right arm and was badly
hurt in the head, her husband escaped
without a .scratch, and the bridesmaid
and "best man" received internal in*
SPECIAL CLOAK & SUIT SALE
FOR THREE DAYS ONLY
Friday, Saturday and Monday
Our entire stock of Ladies' Cloaks and
Suits will be placed on sale at
Special Discount Prices
We realize the fact that this is just at the opening of
the season as well as do the women of this commun-
ity. Our aim in conducting this sale at this particular
time is to make it an inducement for, you to come in.
We know that we can convince you of the fact that
we carry a line of wearing apparel equal in quality
and price to any in Northern Minnesota.
Remember that Our Big Blanket Sale Ends Saturday
The Mountain Daisy
(A Nestor) Story of a tenderfoot photographer who
meets a pretty girl whose parents will not consent to
their marriage and they are chased by the father and
(An American) Story of John Huxley and his
handsome young wife who go to inspect a western
mineand an explosion which buries the faithless
wife and her private secretary.
"lak Bac to the Garde no Love
Farmer Allen's Daughter
A Majestic story of a young farmer and his sweet
heart and her father who wants her to marry Old Man
Grimes who is very wealthy. They elope and she is
discovered by her father who later becomes reconciled
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TEACHER OF PIANO
IOO2 Bemidji Avenue
MISS SOPHIA MONSEN
TEACHER OF PIANO AND HARMONY
Studio at 921 Beltrami Avenue
ALDEN M. REMPREY
violin, Piano and Band Instruments
Leader Bemidji Band Phone 536
*5i}* Block Telephone Mt
ATTORNEY AT "LAW
)iSce second floor O'Leary-Bowser Bldg
iEA SHANNON, X. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office In Mare Block
fhone Res. 'PfconeV?
OR. G. R. SANB0RH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Miles Block
OR. A. HENDERSOH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
)ver First National Bank. BemteJI. mat
Office 'Phone tf. Residence ft,
DR. E. H. SMITH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Winter Block
DR. E KARCUM
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office In Mayo Block
Phone IS Residence Phone 111
SLNEB W. J0HNS0H
PHYSICIAN AND 8URGBON
Office over Seenrtly
DR. D. L. STANTON
Office in Winter Block
OR. J. T. TUOMY
tst National Bank Bldg
OR. Q. M. PALMER
i i}i AN 8, SU KG EONS
a ROWLAND GILM0RE
OHYHPIAN A ND Sl
vaniav Work by Anolw Only
NEW PUBLIC LIBRARY.
Open daily, except Sunday, 1 to p.
m., 7to 9 p. m. Sunday, reading rooms
only, I to p- m.
DRAY AND TRANSFER
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He*. 'Phone St. til
Office 'Phone IS
N. E. IBERTS0N
405 Beltrami Aye. Bemidji,Minn.
Duluth's Largest and Best Hotel
More than &00.000.00 recently expended
on improvements. 250 rooms, 1% private
baths. 60 sample rooms. Bvsry modern
convenience: Luxurious and oaiightfal
restaurants and buffet. Flemish Booje,
Palm Boom. Men's Grill. Ootonlal Buffet
Magnificentbanquet lobby and public
Ballroom rooms and private
dining rooms son parlor and observa
tory. Located in heart ot business sec
tion but overlooking the harbor ant Lake