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See JonesW. C. Jones.
New vegetable at Peterson's.
Best stockof apples in the city.
I. B. Olson.
Children's sleds one-third off,
More powerful then Svengali's
hypnotic power is Mark's Lung
George Denley, the well
known Park Rapids man, was a
visitor in the city yesterday.
The school board has a meet
ing this afternoon for the trans
action of the regular monthly
The Arabs cure envy by .be-
stowing the thing coveted.
Mark^s Lung Balsam cures
coughs and colds.
Sheriff Bailey was at Black
duck last night serving summons
on the jurors for the next term
of the district court.
General Manager Gemmel and
Superintendent Strachan of theji
M. & I. spent yesterday at Black
duck on official business.
Attorney C. S. Carter of Ten
strike has been in the city for
several days adjusting a claim
against the M. & I. for one of his
Martin DeVine, of Blackduck,
in the employ of the Pine Tree
Lumber Co., was paying taxes at
the county treasurer's office this
The Misses Idella Bradford
and Pearle Hagadon of Tenstrike
were amoung the teachers from
out of town in attendance at the
Dr. Bolkom, of Minneapolis,
will be at the Markham hotel
Saturday, February 6, and Sun
day, February 7, until 2:30 p. m.
See announcement elsewhere on
J. A. Seeley of South Shore,
N. D., is chaperoning a party of
farmers from that section who
are looking over the farm lands
in this vicinity with a view to in
W. H, Crabtree, of Blackduck,
this morning executed a deed at
the^egister ofdeeds' office trans
ferring eighty acres of land in
the, town of Langor to Mrs. Mary
C. Brown for a consideration of
The Rathbone Sisters had a
meeting last night at the parlors
of the Bemidji whist club. Three
new members were received and
the ledge entertained Mrs, J. H.
McCall who instituted it several
weeks ago. Refreshments were
served and a very pleasant even
WM. MCCUAIG, PROPRIETOR.
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Fresh Eggs and Fancy
Clarisa Creamery Butter
always on hand
"Lilly of the Valley Flour,"
Feed, Hay and Millstuff
Telephone orders receive prompt attention and
deliveries promptly made
PHON E ISTO 1
Valentines at Peter"son's.
Valentines from 1 cent up to
5 at I. B. Olson's.
Butter and eggs, fresh farm
ers' receipts, at Peterson's.
We are in business for your
health. Be convinced by using
Mark's Lung Balsam.
See the superb scenic effects
with "The Midnight Exprers"
John Weckstein, a homestead
er from the Ripple country, is in
Prof .Conway* of the Bemidji
business college, was a Cass Lake
Arthur Flatner, the druggist
at Barker's, left yesterday for a
short visit at his old home at
The Midnight Express com
pany arrived in the city last
night from Duluth and will spend
S. Coble, the well known Du
luth saleman for the Cudahy
company is calling on his Bemid
Miss May Griffith, of Walker,
is the guest of Miss Culberton,
while in attendance at the teach
Dr. Carey, a physician from
Bad Axe, Mich., will locate at
Tenstrike. He will be the only
doctor in the village.
E. S. Bruce, chief of the gov
ernment corps of timber esti
mators, is in the city today re
turning from a trip to the north
The Grant Valley Town Hall
Association has issued invitations
for a grand ball to be held at theabounding
Grant Valley town hall next Fri
George Orcott, who is em
ployed in Jackson's store at
Northome, and who has many
Bemidji friends, is in the city
for a few days' visit.
Miss Haael Wood, who has
been quite ill during the past
week has recovered and will re
sume her duties at the Pioneer
office next Monday morning.
Nero fiddled while Rome
burned. We cannot believe that
anyone will fiddle away their
chance to cure a cough when it
is so easy to get Mark's Lung
The Misses Laura Mayer and
June Henderson entertained a
party of friends at the home of
the former last Thursday even
ing. The evening was informal
and very enjoyable to all present.
John Brady, who had one- foot
badly frozen in. walking from
Cass Lake to this city and who
applied to the county poor auth
orities for aid was sent to Walker
this morning to be cared for by
the authorities of Cass county.
The Eagles'ball given at the
City opera house last night was
very largely patronized and onejr
of the pleasantest events of the
sort held this season. The hall
was appropriately decorated for
the occasion, and the Bemidji or
chestra furnished its usual ex
cellent music. Supper was
served at St German's Buffet
and the Palace cafe.
A Kansas Minister.
Rev. L. S. Coultori of Circle
ville, Kas., says:"Dr. Warner
Your White Wine of Tar Syrup
has been in my family and found
to be all and even more than you
claim for it. It is a speedy cure
for all throat and lung diseases.
For sale at City Drug store.
Twenty Days for Dunham.
B, V. Dunham, the absent
minded millionaire, was in Judge
Reynold's court this morning
charged by Landlord Hannifin, of
the Markham hotel with attempt
ing to beat aboard bill. Dunham
was unable to pay a fine after
having pleaded guilty and went
to the county jail for twenty days.
A Short Letter from Kansas.
Tredick & Co., of Kingman,
Kansas, write:We have known
Warner's White Wine of Ta
Syrup for a number of years.
I is a standard remedy and a
good seller, and where-once tried
a steady customer is obtained.
For sale at City Drug store.
All pupils entering Conway's
Business College before Febru
ary 15 will be given one month's
Our Line of Toilet Articles and Per-
fumes is the most complete in the oity
A. GILMOUR & CO.
CI TY DRUG STORE
Pioneer Drug Store of Bemidji.
"The Midnight Fxpress" will
be seen for the first time in Behouse
midji at the City Opera house to
night. It is a realistic production
in strong situations,
thrilling climaxes and elaborate
scenic effects. It is a mistake to
confound the production with the
"Fast Mail" and other of thetain
Lincoln J. Carter productions.
It is written in a vein that will be
much more acceptable generally
The staging is elaborate, and it
attempts and successfully carries
out scenic effects that are quite
Tonight "The Midnight Ex
J. W. Irwin is at Gass Lake
C. W. Dudley, of Blackduck, is
at the Markham.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Hitchcock
left this afternoon to spend Sun
day with Crookston friends.
Sergeant Witte enlisted four
men at the U. S. recruiting office
in the Miles block this morning.
Landlord Brannon,of/the Hotel
Itasca at Northome^came down
this morning to spend Sunday
with his family.
H. J. McCarty, the well known
lumberman, was in the city this
morning on his way to Nary,
where he resides and where he
will spend Sunday.
The family of J. K. Titus, who
have been experiencing the rigors
of smallpox quarantine for the
past six weeks, were released by
Dr. Blakeslee today.
out of the ordinary seen at a
the size of the local theater.
Between the acts there are sing
ing and dancing specialties by
the members of the company
which have won it the most
favorable mention in the news
papers of this vicinity. The cur
will ring up tonight at the
usual hour and all who arrive af
ter the first act is started will be] this life) is within your reach?
compelled to stand in the rear of
the house until it is concluded
The seat sale continues at Bar
ker's untMfseven o'clock.
Free to All Ministers.
I will send one bottle of War
ner's White Wine of Tarthe
best cough remedy on earthfree
to all ministers who will recom
mend it to their friends after giv
ing it a fair trial. Address, Dr.
C. D. Warner, Coldwater, Mich.
For sale at City Drug store.
charg-es, loss of tone, feellne and vigor,
It speedily and permanently removes
The Hone Treatment for All Female
Ladles' own obstetric and
perpetual calendar by ad
475 W. North Ave.. Chicago. Til.
HY'NE Sold by A. OILMOUR & CO.,
E. A. BARKER
Pale Weak Women.
Why are there so many semi-invalid
women? Simply because their cases
are neglected or not. understood. No
member of the human family is so
neglected as woman, and per
cent of unmarried, T." per cent, of the
married women are suffering from
some form of female trouble.
OR. BOLKCOM IS COMING!
This ominont specialist comes to you from tlio moat successful Medical
Institute in the United States for the treatment and cure of all chronic
and private diseases of men and women. This Institute started in a small
way in Pennsylvania in 187 gradually grew ami extended its hranches to
Chicago and later to Minneapolis. By honesty to its patrons and ite unlim-
ited facilities it has built up an enviable reputation throughout the United
States and Canada. The record of
If your case is curable you will he treated whether you have the ready
money or not. In tins way poor people who cannot afford to visit tin? Insti-
tute haA'c an equal chance with the rich. No matter how bad your case or
who has pronounced it incurable, call and find out the truth. It costs you
many of you have been treated for
dyspepsia, palpitation of the heart,
neuralgia, chronic coiighl constipation,
burning urine, back ache, etc... with
only temporary relief
Iu 99 per cent, of such cases the
trouble is with the womb and its ap
pendages, and the other organs are
affected through the reflex nervous
Do not be discouraged, no matter
how bad your case. Every case of
this kind can he permanently cured.
Why go on dragging out a miserable
existence when health (all there is to
Take Care of the Eyes.
Weak eyes, sore eyes, watefy eyes,
and cross eyes. Inflamed lids and
Glasses correctly fitted enable old
yes to see as well as ever. Take no
chances with cheap ones.
Running ears, sore ears, noise in
ears, etc., cured.
Every afflicted man and woman owes It to themselves, their families, and
the future generation to get cured.
Absolute privacy, the utmost care, courtesy and attention is given every
Case. CONSULTATION FttEE.
President of Pennsylvania Medical Institute. Established 1867.
A Markha Hotel,
Saturday, Feb. 6
from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m., and Sunday,
Feb. 7, from 8 a. m. to 2:30 p. m.
We herewith thank our
who have taken advantage of our great sacrifice sale,
and desire to remind all of our 5 and 10 cent bargain
counters, which, are money savers to those in need of
notions or small wares of any kind. AVe make a
specialty of Laundry and Toilet Soaps,
the best that can be purchased. We carry the best line
of HOSIERY for ladies, children and men that money
can buy. Our forced sale prices still continue. Come
in and examine our stock, and get prices and we will
deliver the goods.
The Fair Variety Cash Store,
Quick Selling Prices are rapidly reducing our
big stock of Furniture, which is more complete
than anything between Duluth and Crookston.
cures now reaches nearly a million,
A list of names ami addresses of
patrons cured furnished ou applica
N. R.Dr. Rolkcom, the presi
dent of this great Institute, will be
'here in person and examine each
case carefully and tell every one
whether they can be cured or not.
If your case is incurahle you will
be so informed and no money wilt
be accepted from you.
5 Examination Free.
Suffering from organic weaknessj
nervous debility, lost manhood, un
natural emissions and discbarges re
sulting from early follies and youthful
errors, causing pimples, di/./.inoss. de
spondency, pain in back or legs,
dreams, nervousness, deranged stom
ach, tired ami worn-out feeling lack
of ambition, unfitness for marriage,
business or study: in its last .stages
eOTTStTTJ? despondency, Insanity, and
A cloudy urine or a sediment on
standing may meant a constant drain
upon your vitality. This bidden loss
may produce disease of any organ of
Every man who has violated na
ture's laws or who has any symptoms
of above diseases or who contemplates
marriage and suspects some defect,
should consult the doctor at once.
Don't wait until you become physi
cal and moral wreck.
The Doctor treats successfully dis
eases of eye and ear, nose and
tihroat, stomach and liver, heart and
lungs, kidneys and bladder, skin and
blood, nervous system. Cancers and
tumors baldness, if the hair root haa
not been destroyed.
Small, weak ongans enlarged and
strengthened. Surglca 1 operations and
ray examinations when necessary
and glasses fitted when needed.