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May 4thj A Busy D:
uas in '.own
Wesnow have the selling of lot? in
Sai'ey's addition. Th^st- tots are 50
ieet in width. The prices are low and
term- of payment easy.
was in town
of Battle River was &
turned today fror.i
.tse this morning
aucault has moved into his
..v residence on Twelfth street.
Dcks are very .plentiful this spring
on Lr.kes Bemidji and Inyine.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A.. Arris of Turtle
JRiver Sundajed at the City hotel.
H. Harris left Saturday for a visit
with bib family on the armstiad near
Rev. McLeod leaves tonijrht for Hal
lock, Minn.j for the Presbytery meet
J. W Bailey and M. G. Slocum
were at Turtle River yesterday oh
Nor how cheap, but bo good, is
-0:T o&to. You can always get tie
L-. bat Peterson's. I-t
H. g, Reynolds moved into his new
on Eighth and Beltrami last s.
'Thr.t- day. Gi
:"o^. ing pleases a young' lady more
than a bos. of delicious bou bonsl
bought at Peteraon's. l\tf
Ray Thomas was taken to the hos-j
pital last Saturday, having a severe
attack of pneumonia.
Mel Thurston, who has been to the
r.ty for the past week, returned home
Mr., and Mrs. D. C. Smith and son i
Russ.ll left Friday for the Pacific!
coast for a, visit with relatives.
Matt Phibbs purchased the old
^kenbaeh house and is moving it
.0 the rear of his residence prop
Mrs Golild of Minneapolis, who
has been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
S'ewart Wright, returned home thi*
Dick McVey and son of Cando, N.
frr^qed through here on their way
Blavkduck, whore they will locate
An effort Is being made to put on a
nday train between the twin cities
"ass Lake, via the Sauk Centre
V'". and Mrs, James Woodard of
t'c-ir Itiver, Minn., were in the oity
S nday enro-itf to' BJackduck, where
*ttto will vis* friends
E. Aagelking passed through
tbj city Saturday with hid rife, who
la* ba*en in the Deaconess hospital
a* ',3-and Forks, e&route to their
hj AW. atPhena.
Fre4 Hanson. Theo. Wonder, Axel
Martirson and Oscar Thorberg leave
vor:ight for Crookston, where they
v,-il. tike the barber's examination to-
1-3 LANG & CARTER. BJackdiack Saturday
i Yore an^. wife lei
..it.y. Mr. Yore
take is 1
i*re iw will dell*
*-ame al^c-t h::.
The new Hotel Stetchman at Ten-1 iuruiuL this morning.
.strike will be opened by May 1. Mr. Will Lawnead, head clerk for the
Ststcbinan is a hustler and the people Walker & Akeley company, near
Te.tstrike propose to show him
that hr- enterprise will not go unre
ige jESfeyttoldi rbun fi
jd.fiy-ati-.! 1 the
fiioi of S -J I
Lou Smith was in town Sunday.
^t. pfiggips s3ei
aforo t&e Presbytei
Coning May 1st, A Thoroughbred
J. Baxter left today for his
el a in in Buzzle Lake.
Arthur Brennan is now driving Al
braa. delivery wagon.
Mtrtin Williams has opened a
saloon in the Pattock building.
Children are delighted when they
get their candy from Peterson's. It
is always fresh. 1-tf
[Hoi a to Mr. and Mrs. John H. John
son, in Hagali township last week, a
brand new girl.
W. L. Chakrup made a trip to
STATEMENT OF A FACT.
'E are modest when we say that
customers repeatedly tell us
that no such variety of the beautiful
and of the new has ever seen before.
Join to this our absolutely lowest
prices and you have the reason for our
unusual success. Just received a big
shipment of new goods to-day, such as
Dress Goods, Waists, Trimmings, Embroid
eries, Veilings, Silks, Linings, Ribbons, Belts,
Corsets, Underwear, Bed Spreads, Lace Cur-
tains, Draperies, Table Linens, Toweling, Silk-
alines, Carpet Warp, Men's and Boy's Hats,
Shoes, Shirts, Overalls, Mackintoshes, Gloves,
Collars, ties, etc. Come in and see the goods
and get our prices.
your ticket for The Telephone
i keep fruit when it is scarce as
we i a 3 at other times. We have the
be iiways. J. PETERSON, JR. 1-tf
M. Markham left Saturday for
No ih Carolina.
phone Girl tonight at the opera
Jinkinson shipped two car
loads of horses to Park River, N. D.,
to work on his farm there.
('be Telephone Girl tonight. Do
not miss it.
Mrs. Sophia Seads made finial proof
before Clerk of Court Rhoda Satur
TT. S. Land Commissioner Belding
of Blackduck transacted business here
Robt. Edwards, manager of the
Bl akeley hotel at Farley, was seen on
our streets today.
C. W Blunt Has leased J. J. Jenk
Inen'sblacksmith shop, and will make
Bemidji his home.
Don't forget the Telephone Girl to
night. The best thing that will ever
E, L. Naylor has put a fresh coat o*
paint on the front of his store on
Warrants for personal property
taxes have been turned over to the
sheriff for collection.
P. Omich has purchased three
lots on the corner of Second street
and Irvine avenue, and will commence
the election of three residences upon
Mevis, wss registered at the Markham
Pfterpon & Hoff have just received
o: -aints, and have a!
erj fii aj a their window next!
i are making, a lean-no of
i ger-pr.s around some of
a 6 i i1
i is in the city. A
vere giyej a "hunch" yester-
liu is overhaul]
'.oil the yacM'Mdbse an3
ay for the summ
M.ainess in the boat
Ine la expect -mmer.
French p3 off to see his
'--n.. here'Sui iy. He on his
I 1 ckduek to resume l.U old
i Irag store there.
party of jg people left for
iia sis mc^ litx^ to take in the
firemen uanfe aight.
S3 Farley an two children of Ed
[Paf'ey, vfo ba\.v. been the guests Of
Spr*. TliOS. Baiie.' returned to Min-
a.-ape us this morning.
s^e jve juste iough cigars for good
I-.,. i--ty of the bast brands. They
b*v- -.ime to ret dried up and
&klej .u iaep fresh and aromatic.
J. PETsasojf, JR.
Pet*.-son of the town of Has
a ii'urns the loss of a hard earntl
iddreaa 1 \kia *eCi of $17. The I a orrjack,
G3- cf J-: dfcsda-i camp having lets v-nthout
detthi., .l-eir bills with her.
Henry Pingrule was in town Sunday.
the Twin cities
Anton Gordon is docketing for
Judge Reynolds these days.
5 Mrs. McLeod leaves for HermaD,
Minn., tonight for a week's visit.
Jack Rolf was looking up choice
lots in the Nymore addition yester
The county treasurer is busy re
mitting town and school treasurers'
Henry Robbert is taking Mail Clerk
Fuller's run on the M. & I., while the
latter is visiting at Thief River Falls.
Art Wright is busy superintending
the guests of the county jail in the
work of cleaning up the court house
Adrew Back and Ole Moen, pros
perous farmers from the town of
Frohn, were transacting- business here
Geo. Palmer, in charge, of the poor
farm in the absence of Frank Sprague,
who is in the hospital at Ashland,
Wis., says iMr. Sprague will not re
turn for some time as he has not yet
been operated upon.
The dialect and humorous imper
sonations of Mr. Fouche at the Pres
byterian church last Saturday night
was well attended and highly satis
factory to those who attended. The
selections were well chosen and de
livered in a very satisfactory man
A. E. Olson of Akeley, having pur
chased a trace of land adjoining1
Three cases were up before Judge Ac
kanbach this morning. Vera McGuire
was fined $24 for disorderly conduct
and carrying a gun. "Curly" was
given twenty days in the county "ba
cave" for being drunk, and one com
mon drunk got $5.
In the matter of the State vs. Forbes,
Comlins and Flipp, Forbes and Com
lins were discharged and Flipp's case
adjourned to Apri' 27th. The men
were charged with entfeing Annie
Berglaud into a houM .of ill fame at
Baudctts, -.he g! beifl under a:?(\
Diamond Pol at Sold.
Freern Doud has. ftjld his famous
Diamond Point to
Tiie Townsiu- o.
will lea-' for lite Pacific Cpast,
where hi contempla es starting another,
idji. Ir i re'poned that the pur*
i price v.-as $12,00). The o'ld-tim-
I ere will roi
A Big trder.
Employment Aent Wheelock re
ceived an order fr the Robinson &
Dick company this morning. The!
men are wanted for the drive on the
Schoolcraft. Thf? order called for 200
Mrs. Kruse has the frame work of
her new hotel up. The building is to
be 28x48, and will be opeaeC a-- soon
Thos. McCutcheoB and A '7. Glid
den are erecting reden ea bersj and
will move their families h^r^ shortly.
rarles Wn'gV. i as completed his
residence, and will move into tne
the urst of the week.
Marian Gaichutt, Geo. Corey, Ottti
Lar and Lewi? Jakes have tl :ir
|rt Ideoceai a?^completed
To The Public
THE DAILY PIOXEEK
Harry Bliler left this morning for nic at Park Rapids oni thaen samle date..oi
Marquette, is about to start in the
business of raising fowl for the market
Mr. Olson will use incubators for
hatching and a small lake upon the
place will enable him to raise ducks
and geese to good advantage. Forty
acres will be devoted exclusively to
the business. Mr. Olson has had
much experience in this line and
will make it possible for the people of
Bemidji to procure fresh home grown
products of this class at home.
sent gratis for one week Dur
ing that time a solicitor will call
on you and make arrangements
for a continuance. At the expi
ration of this time we will send
papers only to those who have
announced their intention of be
coming subscribers. The paper
will be ten cents per week deliv
ered every afternoon by carrier.
Park Rapids Tournament.
Judging from the number of in
quiries and demand for information
regarding the firemen's tournament
which will be held at Park Rapids
during the lap week in June, that
event will be the most largely at
tended and be^. tournment ever pulled
off by the association.
A number of teams that have never
taken part in the contest, as well -as
the old liners, will be on hand and
readv to win or lose in the exciting
races and contests of the firemen.
All the principal prizes have been
increased from _'" to 40 per cent a* an
inducement for new teams to enter.
A rate of one and one-third f^^.on
railroads and free transportatioVfor
fire apparatus have been secured.
In addition to the attractions offered
bv the firemen the norther Minnesota
Their program will soon be ready for
the public. Everybody who comes to
Park Rapids the last week in June is
promised a ^ood time.
The divorce case of Andrew Haugum
vs. Pauline llaugum was called this
morning before Judge Spooner, attor
ney Chas. Soring of Crookston, rep
resenting the plaintiff and Attorney
Hendricks of Fosston the defense.
Haugum is a Norwegian homesteader,
and alleges that his wife did not as
sist him in providing for the family
as she ought to have done. The case
took up most of the day and was con
tinued until tomorrow.
A Swell Lay.
This morning one of the finest
and most up-to-date lines of musk
was received at M. G. Slocum's In
stallment Music House. He handles
everything in music.
Swiped Two Coats.
Two overcoats were taken from the
cloak room of the Endion hotel at
Cass Lake last Saturday night. The
thief walked through the office, picked
up the coats and proceeded up street.
He was landed lator in the evening by
the police, but only one coat was re
covered. Editor Bernard of the Voice
is shy his new coat.
J. C. Horitran, with the Brainerd
Lumber company, severed one of the
ankle cords of his left leg last Wed
nesday and is in the St. Anthony's
hospital at this place. The case is a
serious one as it is feared blood pois
oning may set in and make amputa
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
That is what one of our customers said
after he had used
A Majestic Range
which we sold him ten days a^o. We asked
hini how he was suited with the Range, The
answer was that if he could not et another
Majestic he would not sell it for $100.00.
Buy a Majestic Range and you take no
McCuaig & Ludington.
Phone Xo. 1. Bemidji, Minn.
This Space is Reserved tor
C. H. Miles,
Whoesale Liquor Dealer.
I. MEYER (Si CO.
SUPERIOR TAILORED CLOTHING
Is rapidly growing in i'avor with those who wish to be always well dressed, they will give
the same satisfactory service as the high priced custom made garments. It is only necessary
for you to see our stock to be fully convinced of the superiority of the tailoring and general fin-
ish as well as tyle of our ready-to-wear
"Blest fee the i'ielthat binds." We carry a?i the new shapes and styles at 23 cents eaefc.
ciio Oo*h fur BUYS.
Wt gjre riot ady^rtisiiig reputa
tion, but a swell line of Spring
Nt^Iigee Shirts. We simply men
tion reputation to lend force to
tllis simple annoutice- P^fX
merit, prices, $1.50, $1, ^f \jQ}
ONE PBICE TO ALL