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Court in session this week.
Knox Hats at Barney Burton's. 7
Lang & Carter report a steady sale
John Essler -was a Blackduck vis
"Q See Lan? & Carter for lots in Bai
ley's addition. 6-10
C. E. Albrant was in Turtle and
Farley Tuesday on business.
Mrs. J. J. Gable, spent the week in
the twin cities visiting friends.
Bailey's addition by Lang & Car
Ed Bishop left for Duluth Wednes
day to visit relatives and friends.
The K. of P,' conferred the third
degree on J. W. Irwin Tuesday night.
L. D. Brown of Little Falls is in
the city this week selling mining stock.
Don't forget that W. I. Nolan will
be at the M. E. church Thursday eve
.ning, April 23rd.
Jack Smith's logging camp on the
east side of Lake Bemidji broke up
John Suckert sold his farm, machin
ery and household goods at public
auction Tuesday and leaves today for
O D. P. Jenkins of Minneapolis passed
through the -city Saturday enroute
from Tenstrike, where he was looking
after one of Walker .& Akley's inter
M. J, Kolb. of the bank of Brooten,
Stearns county, will open a bank at
Bagley in about three weeks. It will
called the Clearwater County
George E. Corey of Hendricks ar
rived in the city last week to make
Bemidji his home. Mr. Corey will
-engage in -contracting and building
A social dance was given at Mark
Morris' residence on Monday night.
About twenty^five couple were in at
tendance and .the -evening was enjoyed
Farmers in the vicinity of Tenstrike
..are worried over the scarcity of help.
The Tribune says the hired men have
all gone into bmsinessi and are look
ing for men themselves.
M. M. Loring of Hubbard has se
cured lot 21 in block 5 on Beltrami
avenue and will erect a building for a
bowling alley and will conduct it in a
strictly first-class manner.
A special price of 25 cents will be
made for all students at the Fouche
entertainment on Saturday evening,
..April 18 at the Presbyterian church.
Benefit of the organ fund.
The merchants in the city had some
very neat, artistic window displays
for last week, principal among them
being 1. Meyer & Co., O'Leary &
Bowser and Barney Burton. The
^plaiting effects were very striking.
The G. N. is pushing survey work
on the White Earth reservation in
order to head off the Soo. who are
expected to run a line from Mcintosh
to the Canadian Pacific on the inter
mational boundary east of Emerson.
E. G. Irwin, who has had charge of
Irwin & O'Brien's warehouse at this
point for the past winter, left for his
home in Bayside, N. B., last Tues
day. Mr. Nelson is much ploasecl
with this country and hopes to return
here next winter.
Te-Wah-to-no-dah, an old Indian
who was on his way to the Indian
home at Walker, was picked up by
the police in front of the postoffice
last Tuesday evening and lodged in
jail for the night. He carried a let
ter from his son which stated that he
was unable to care for the old man
any longer and was compelled to let
him go to the home.
Last Sunday morning a man work
ing for Oliver hitched up his team at
Thompson Bros, barn, took a wagon
box from the bob sled of some home
steaders who live east, loaded some
kegs of beer into the box and started
north. He was overtaken near Sam
Ellis', and persuaded to bring the
box back. Somebody will steal the
church next.Blackduck Times.
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Knox Hats at Barney Burton's. 7
Jesse Peterson left for Grand Forks
Frank Towser was in from camp
J. F. Hennessy was in Tenstrike
Harry Grove came down from Big
Garden Hose, all grades, all prices.
Jerrard Plb. Co. 7-tf
E. N, French of Blackduck was in
the city Saturday.
Two members were taken into the
M. E. church last Monday.
Blackduck may have a variety
theatre and saloon this spring.
Personal property tax warrants will
be issued on the 20th of this month.
Acre and half-acre lots for sale in
White's addition.J. L. Reynolds.
Six bad cases of smallpox at the
county pest house this week.
Lots in Bailey's addition fop sale
by Lang & Carter. 6-10
D. K. Wright, a Tenstrike logger,
was transacting business here on Mon
2000 feet of garden hose bought at a
price that will interest you. We can
save you money. Jerrard Plb Co. 7-tf
T. J. Klein returned Monday even
ing from a four day's visit with his
family in St. Paul.
Knute Rauk, a typo with the Shev
lin Advocate spent Monday sizing up
the Bemidji- print i hops.
Wallace Guy's residence was fum
igated on Monday and the family re
leased from quarantine.
just received a large shipment of
garden hose. We can interest you on
the price. Jerrard Plb. Co. 7-tf
Manager Wheelock will make some
much needed repairs on the city opera
house this spring, without expense to
Mrs. R. Miller and daughter re
turned Saturday after a pleasant visit
with friends in the southern part of
Anton Gordon, candidate for clerk
of court at the fall election, is now
employed in the law office of J.
Fred Carlson, who spent the winter
in the woods near Tenstrike, is edging
np the little metal midgets on THE
Edward Gordon, a resident of Pine
Lake committed suicide last week be
cause he was afraid of an attack of
Miss Hettie Allen, one of the teach
ers of the Bemidji High School, was
the guest of Miss Rae Johnson of
Cass Lake last week.
Mrs. H. A. Dickerson, wife of Drug
gist Dickerson of Shevlin, was oper
ated on at the hospital here to-day by
Dr. Gilmore, assisted by Dr. Smith
Garden Hose, garden hose, garden
hose, jerrard Plb. Co. 7-tf
As a play, the merry musical jingle
"The Telephone Girl" has perhaps a
plot a light and transparent as the
spray from the Niagara Falls catar
act, but as a bright, tuneful and
pretty vehicle to carry a load of fun
ad entertainment, it is as solid as
any production that ever emanated
from the New York Casino. Seats on
sale at Mayo's drug store. Reserved
The cradle songs ot the nations will
be given by the children of the public
school April 24, in the city hall, for
the benefit of the school library
The children will be costumed to
represent the different nationalities,
about 125 taking part in these various
exercises. Some of the larger girls
will give the May pole dance. All
are cordially invited.
The Modern Samaritans will give a
conundrum supper Friday, May 1,
from 6:00 to 9:00 p. m. Ten cents for
your choice of any four articles on
the bill of fare.
BILL OF FARE.
What asthmetics are.
With age comes strength.
A hand mixture.
Take me, or you will regret it.
My heart was a stone e'er I came to
E Pluribus Unum.
Middle of Asiatic river.
A bored subject.
A letter which hardens.
Forbidden fruit and mixed type.
A woman of grit.
Baked eye windows.
Preparation of sour perfection.
Don't forget the dateFriday, May
"The Telephone Girl" and "Floro
dora" are the two big successes that
emanated from the New York Casino
in the past five years.
Among the Churches.
First M. E. church, corner Beltrami
avenue and Ninth street. Morning
services 11 a. m., Sundayjschool 12 m.
Junior Epworth League 3 p. m., Sen
ior League 7:15 p. m. Evening ser
vice 8 p. m.
At the Presbyterian church next
Sunday, the morning subject will be,
"The Bargain Counter" evening,
"The Power of the Gospel." All are
cordially invited.J. F. McLeod, pas
First Presbyterian church, corner
Minnesota avenue and Fifth street.
Morning services 11 a. m., Sunday
school 12 m. Junior C. E. 2:30 p. m.
Y. P. S. C. E 7:00 p. m. Evening ser
vices 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting Thurs
day 8 p. m.
First Baptist church, corner Bel
trami avenue and Eighth street.
Preaching at 11 a. m. Sunday school
12 m. Junior Union 3:00 p. m. Y. P.
U. 7:00 p. m. Preaching 8:00 p. m.
Ail are cordially invited. Thos.
Next Sunday at the Baptist church
the morning subject will be, "Iron
Shoes for Hard Roads evening,
"Bemidji's Greatest Need."
German Lutheran services will be
held at the city hall on April 19th, at
3:30 p. m. All German Lutherans are
invited.Rev Emil Ulbrecht.
E. Ladies' Aid Society.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the M.
E. Church met in the lecture room of
that church Thursday afternoon for
the semi-annual election of officers.
A report of the year's work was read
and the society was so well pleased
with the manner in which affairs have
been administered that a vote of thanks
was extended to the retiring officers.
At the close of the business meeting a
bountiful lunch was served at which
Rex. Dr. Dodds of Crookston. Rev.
Smith of Cass Lake, Rev. U. A. Fos
ter, pastor of the church, and two hon
orary members of the society, Messrs.
Nye and Learned, were entertained. A
few remarks were made by the gentle
men and well received by the ladies,
particularly the touching and eloquent
sentiment of the honorary members.
Royal Neighbor Dance.
The dance given by the royal neigh
bors in the Redmen hall last Monday
was well attended and the ladies real
ized about $70.00. The hall was filled
with a jolly crowd of dancers and
those present voted it the social event
of the season.
The R. N. put forth their best ef
forts to make their dance the best yet
and were ably seconded by the M. W.
A. These two societies have made a
reputation this winter on their enter
tainments and the people turn out in
force to attend them.
Patrol wagon No. 5 brought An
drew Bergen and Ed Krogstad from
South Bemidji, where they had been
celebrating. They were given ten
days by Judge Achenbach. Bergen
has a wife and family here, but of late
has left them to shift for themselves.
Wednesday Judge Achenbach fined
two lumberjacks $10 and $15 respect
ively. They were kicking up a row
on the street and when Officer Helmer
went after them they put up a fight.
At a meeting of the Bemidji band
held in the city hall last Sunday af
ternoon, plans for the coming summer
were discussed and a proposition to
play at Park Rapids next July was
accepted. Hereafter the boys will de
vote each Tuesday and Friday even
ing to practice. They hope to secure
a leader in the near future.
The dialect and humorous imperso
nations of Mr. Fouche are irresistibly
funny. Don't fall to hear him at the
Presbyterian church on Saturday
evening, April 18, and enjoy a hearty
Variety Cash Store.
Old O'Leary & Bowser Stand.
Hosiery Gents' Furnishings
Our motto: "Every Day Is a Bar
Remember Our 5c and 10c Coun
ters. They are Hummers.
Be wise and be numbered among our
customers. We can save you money.
C. S. VINCENT, Proprietor.
WANTEDTwo painters and paper
hangers. W. C. Jones. 3tf
JOHN WOODLather, tel. 200, Resi
dence on Minnesota Avenue. ltf.
Acre and half-acre lots for sale in
White's addition.J. L. Reynolds.
FOR SALELots in Bailey's addi
tion by Lrng & Carter. 0-10
FOR SALESeven one-acre lots for
$100 to $200 each, in White's addi
tion. E. J. Willitts, agent.
LEAVE orders at Decaire & Ross'
store when you want wood sawed.
Phone 112. Wm. Hillgrove.
FOR SALEBaby Carriage and 2
small engines. John Wood, Res.
519 Minn. Ave. 7-tf
TAKE NOTICE-That Carson & Ed
munds have ice for sale. When you
need ice telephone 71 or 191. 6tf
WANTEDCompetent girl to do gen
eral housework. Good wages. Ap
ply to Mrs. Thos. Bailey, county
FOR SALEFour Angora Goats,
for $50.00. Call or write to John
Melin, Buena Vista, Minn. 7-9
FOR SALE or EXCHANGETwo
new patents for sale or trade for
town lots, or house and lot. Call
at this office for particulars. 7-8
FOR SALETwo thoroughbred St.
Bernard pups, six months old, apply
to Johu Schmitt, Grant Valley,
EGGS for hatching from Barred 1
Plymouth Rocks (Thompson and
Holden Strains), Houdana aud Sin
gle Comb Brown Leghorns at $1.00
per 15. Some fine Houdans for sale
cheap. Dr. O. H. Olson, Ersklno,
Fresh milch cows for sale. Four
miles south of Bemidji.
5-7 Mas. M. SUTUFF.
W handle the Moline wagons,
Deer buggies and road wagons, plows
harrows and cultivators. Our ma-
chinery is especially adapted to this
that we are selling at
Only exclusive hardware and farm-
ing machinery dealers in the city,
where you can get anything in the
line of hardware, builder's hardware,
paper, cook stoves, Peerless, all steel
ranges--the best range on the market.
Complete line of mechanic's tools and
sporting Goods. Come and See us.
OU PRICES AR E RIGHT.
F. A. MALZAHN & CO.,
$10 $12 15 $1 8 and JB0.
You cannot have them made-to-measure as good
for double these
is full of artistic garments for big and little boys for school, for play or for CON
FIRM ATI O N W call your special attention to several hundred swell three
piece Suits with vests made from black, Oxford and fancy fabrics which we t* f"JI
have marked at the special price of V-P^ +~r
We have plenty of boys' Suits as low as $2.50 and up to $10.
Our Line of SPRING NECKWEAR in Great and Beautiful
Variety, at Exceptionally Low Prices.
and every man and boy in this town will want to dress-
up a bit at this time. We have made special prepara-
tions for this season and can show you the most com-
plete stock of swell
Top Coats, Sack Suits Cutaway
or Frock Coats
in this State and our methods of buying enable ns to
quote you lower prices than any others could do even
if they had the stock, we want you to call, examine
and try on some of the fashionable Suits and Top Coats
E. H. WINTER & CO
Jo Cur a Coldin On Day
I ^T3t Laxative'Bromo Quinine Tablets $ ffl*J&
IriSSS Mfflton tomtoM la past 12 months. This signature, *&* S+JCfr
in Two Days.