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FBIDAY, FEBRUAiY Hj 1W3.
J. Q. Morrison and wife of Red
Lft&e are in Bemidji today.
Michael Djonne of the town of
Liberty transacted business in the
Skating at the roller rink until
11:30 tonight after the ball game.
Orville Senear, son of Mrs. Effie
Senear, is sick at his home, 418 Ir
vine avenue with, pneumonia.
Dr. L. A. Ward returned this
morning from Eau Claire, where he
has been attending his father.
"Titanic", composed by Oscar Nel
son of Bemidji is on sale at the Fair
Clara Kennedy and Esther Johns-,
ton of Minneapolis are spending a
few days in the*city as the guests of
Aleck Doran went to Minneapo
lis Monday night to attend the auto
show. He is expected to return this
MilkFourteen quarts for one
dollar, if paid for in advance. W. O.
Archie Naugle returned this
morning from a visit with relatives
and friends in Chicago and points in
Rev. Charles Plesher went to
Thief River Falls with the delega
tion of Bemidji teachers who are at
tending the teachers' convention.
If your stenographer slows up on.
her work and gets careless, give her
Holllater's R. M. Tea it will keep
her active, full of energy. Barker's
of the Swedish Lutheran
will give a literary program
and basket social in the Odd Fel
low's hall on Washington's birthday,
Saturday, February 22.
Two marriage licenses were issued
here yesterday by Clerk of Court
Fred Rhoda. One was issued to Ole
Olson and Slgrid Halvorson. The
other to August Carlson and Ida Sa
Anticipating big business this
spring, I have just received two ship
ments of dry goods, one car of feed
and one of flour. It pays to trade
with W. G. Schroeder.Adv.
Mrs. George A. McDonald of Win-
Two models-No. 3ffi2, with low bust, ^00
and No. 324, with medium bust
REMEMBER "Lastikops Cloth" and "Lastikops
Webbing," two Nemo patented inven ions,
only elastic fabrics in existenee that SvT.l ix-t
their elasticity**""'^ outwear the rorw'.
nipeg, who has been the guest of her1
parents, Mr. and Mrs. McMamis of
this city for about six weeks .left*
iThurday on the 3:80 train for'her
.Misses Elsie Sohmitt, third grade
teaeher,cKarna Anderson, kindergar-:
ten teaeher and Nannie Anderson^
first grade teacher, who are attend
ing the teachers' institute at Thief
River Falls will return Sunday
The stockholders of the Northern
National Ban* have large property
holdings In thia city and the sur
rounding country and consequently
their interest* are Identical with,
rMlss Floy Donaldson went to?
Northome yesterday morning to visif
Dr. and Mrs. Ward. Dr. Ward, who
was painfully burned when his drug,
store took fire last week, is reported
as recovering as quickly as can be
Mrs. D. K. McPherson and son
Clifford of Cogswell, North Da
kota, who have been guests at the
M. E. Ibertson home for about three
weeks, left this morning for their
home. Mrs. McPherson is Mrs. Ibert
Mesdames H. E. Reynolds and E
H. Winter were hostesses this after
noon at a Valentine party given at
the home of Mrs. Reynolds. 500 was
played at nine tables. The decora
tions were carried out all in red,'
hearts, cupids and carnations being
If your wife joins ^he bridge or.
Ladies Never Home Journal club, in
sist on hev taking Hollister's R. M.
Tea, it will regulate her habits. Bar-,
ker's Drug Stere.Adv.
Miss Marjorie Knappen and her
mother, who is visiting her for a,
few days, went to Tenstrike last
night and will be the .guests of Mrs.
M. E. Knappen until Saturday eve
ning. Mrs. Knappen expects to re
turn to Minneapolis Monday morn
Miss Ida Sather of Blackduck, for
merly of Mentor, Minnesota, and
August Carlson of Blackduck, were
married Thursday afternoon at 2:30
by Judge .A. Clark, in the judge
of Probate 'soffice. Mr. and Mrs.
Carlson will make their future home
in Blackduck where Mr. Carlson it
At the last regular, meeting of the
Ladies' Aid society of the Methodist
church, the date of the spring sale
was.set for.March 26, the sale to be
held in the church basement. Lunch
will also be served in connection
with the sale. Anyone who has arti
tles to donate for the sale report to
Mrs. Chas. H. Flesh'er or Mrs. W. P.
Cass Lake Times: The following
a wonderful new
corsetby far the greatest
fiijurereducer ever sold as low
as $3.00. It's the new
The picture tells what this corset does. You have
an extremely /ono corset which is made perfectly
comfortable by wipe gores of Lastikops Cloth at the
back, extending far below the ends of. the back
steels. These*gores -expand when you sit down,
ofLroom .the corset-edge can't Bhow
tiie corsetcan't "rideup.''
To secure a good fit in an outer gar-
ment the Corset must be correct. We
are showing the correct Spring Models.
Kab Corsets, $1 to $5
NemoCorsets, $3 to $5
SpecialAny lady not finding what
she wishes in our dress goods depart-
ment can select any pattern she de-
sires in the Tailoring book for enough
to make a suit, dress or coat and we
will remove the sample, thereby giving
her an exclusive pattern.^
A western drama featuring G. M. Anderson.
"The Deoter^e Blind Child"
A Powerful drama with manysthrilUag scenes.
young people went tb Bemidji Sat
urday evening to root for the bas
ket ball boys 'who played at that
place: The Misses Adeline Tand
berg, Laura Kennedy, Carrie and
Selma Simonson, Sybil and Maude.
Partridge, Madeline Smith .and Elsie
Auringer. After the game the
boys* and girls enjoyed themselves at
a dance after which they went te
the home of Miss Rojberts (who act
ed as chaperon) and .played cards.
They all i reported a. good time.
Crookston Daily' Times:" Mr. and
Mrs. C. Strander entertained last
evening .at a. six. o'clock dinner com
plimentary to Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
Stephens who.left this noon for Mon
tana where Mr. Stephens has busi
ness interests, after which they'will
proceed to Los Angeles and1
Cass Lake Times: On Saturday
evening the basket ball boys played
the Bemidji High in the Aromry at
Bemidji. The hall was about three
times the size of Cass Lake's gym
nasium so the boys, not being used
to such a hall were outpointed both
in throwing baskets and team work.
The game ended with a score of 45
to 12 in favor of Bemidji. Bemidji
has a small but fast and stocky team
and they play well together. An in
teresting game is promised here
when Cass Lake and Bemidji play on
Cass. Lake's gymnasium, March 8.
If Dad comes home late and has
trouble in finding the.key hole, just
give him Hollister's R. M. Tea for an
eye opener it regulates. 35c. Bar
ker's Drug Store.Adr.
T09HBHT--PICTURES DE LUXE
"Bren+ho Billy** Love illfalrf'JCEBsaiiay)
"The Heelm Boolm Slide"
"King Oetton" (Kalem) :W
Athne picture.showing some views of )he cotton fields andvhew it is
"A Nero'e Reward" (K*\m\
A very laughable mrai comedy.
Ovmkm Monttmymnd Tutndayt "BilLY'S BURGLAR"
two*rm0l oomedy-dwmmm by the Vitmgrmtik Oo.
Southern California points to spend
several weeks. Mr. and Mrd.
Stranders guests last evening were
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Stephens, Mr. and
Mrs. S. M. Sivertson and daughter,
MisB Helen, and Marcus Stephens.
Money Cheerfully Refunded
Skinners 36-in. Guaranteed Silk,
whit and colors, price a 1 Kfi
27-inch Messaline, our guarantee with
every yard, black, white and
colors, price a yard
Beautiful Foulard Silks, a large range of
colors and patterns, price
A ll.OO and $1.25
45^inch Clrarmeuse Silk, black, white,
tan and navy, a'
Once Was Enough
AYB E you feel that you have clothes
enough but it seems to us as if the prices we're
making in our clearance sales ought to change your
opinion about it.
clothes really don't need much price-inducement to
make them sell but we like^to fiaish up -a season's
business clean and clear and we're offering values
that ought to do it Com arid see
Suits, Values at $15
Overcoats, Values at $15:
BEN SCHNEIDER, Pres. Bemidji, Minn. CMS. COUINSKY, Sw. Tril l.
All out of town orders sent.br parcels post prepaid.
Only five weeks 4n which to secure your Easter apparel. We offer
a charming display of^Easter things. The ne% creations in the making
of smart clothes as well as the finished garments. Raiments that you
can wear right out of the store jand feel well dressed! In traying^your
Easter wear at this store you nottmly secure the best styles,feutthe low-
est price and exclusiveness.
Sprin Creation for thewoma whowishesto economize
This is the opportunity to do so
Women who must ecomize need notfiacriflceistylein order toido BO. TO those we
offer a fine selection of Ready-to-Wear Garments. If she can make her own garments
we offer a great chance to *ave money on piece goods.
Dresses that Demonstrate Our Facilities for Securing the Best of Values
Ladies' Silk Dresses, colors d QK Ladies' Blue A f^ CIO
pink, navy and royal, price...pOat/*J Serge Dresses J\^P"w" %v
Ladies' Messaline Dresses, C19 t\(\ Ladies' White Voile Dresses/ Jtfi jtf}
colors navy .and rose pi^atl\J lace and embroidery trimmed ^wtW,
In additiaiiito out: ready-to-wear, wecaa jnl two weeks' time, make a Suit, Goat,.
Dress or Sfcirtxtd bfder. We guarantee the fit.v Spring book of cloths now here.
Wool Dress Goods. We buy our Dress
Goods direct from the mills, thereby
not only saving apart ii ^uri^ae
price, but guaranteeing the quality and
Whe Mantle-o R*4 'Evans, Vf ^y^rtl: Tr
Is 'Setitf story of an orphan girl and a man who is mistaken for a
notorious *_ #j,
Palmetto Hat Industr ^Sr!rr?r
Is an interesting Lubin
Illustrated tong: x^
52-inch Storm black, white
S:.*ri*:Ser^, 52-inch French Serge, black, white, tan,
navy and gsay.tprisem ^#t MK
REMNANT SALE OF DRESS GOODS
Is a Lubin comedy witha hearty laugh through its entireJeogth.
An Essanay drama of a/dancing girl and an English Lord.
Deveraux & Prinn
Grea benefits for yon
"That'Singing Duo" introducing tinging and good clean comedy. An
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