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See JonesW. C. Jones.
Mrs. N. Stahnke, of Farley, is
in the city today.
Eggs never -outPeterson.
For wall paper see J. A. Hoff,
Miles block.
John Ross is down from Dex
terville today.
If you want the best field and
garden seed gj to Nangle.
E. M. Stanton, the Cass Lake
attorney was in,the city on busi
ness last night.
Three thousand feet garden
hose. We can save you money,
Jerrard Plumbing Co.
James Murphy of East Grand
Forks is in the city today the
guest of friends. ~^__
Why balance on the verge of
consumption wh6n Mark's Lung
Balsam will cure.
B. S. Bennett, one of the prom
inent residents of Fosston is in
the city- on business.
John Jones and Matt Phalon,
two of Blackduck's progressive
business men are in the city.
M. E. Harbin, the Crookston
life insurance man is talking in
surance to Bemidji people today.
Mrs. W. A. Gould went to
Minneapolis this motning for a
short visit with friends and
Robert Nelson, the genial pro
prietor of Nelson's buffet went
to Grand Rapids this afternoon
on business.
A. F. Warner and F. H. Strong,
two of Northome's most substant
ial residents are in the city on
business today,
Hearing on thecontested claims
in the Street estate have been
occupying' the attention of the
probate court today.
Frank tfush, the well known
lumberman, came up from Wal
ker last night. Mr. Bush will
have charge of Thurston's drive
on the Schoolcraft river.
Bruce Harris, who has been at
the Crookston mill offices for the
past two weeks resumed his po
sition with the sales department
yesterday and has gone to his old
territory in the southern part of
the state.
There was no meeting of the
Business Men's club last night,
stormy weather and the library
opening combing to keep the at
tendance away. A meeting of
the directors is called for- next
Monday night. A number of im
portant matters are to come be
fore the club.
Men's Hats
""last, for
75c to 1.00 Hats, for
Saturday's Special.
We place on sale our entire line of LADIES' PURSES
Lot 1. Former price, 50c Sale price,
Lot 2. Former price, $1.00 Sale price,
Lot 3. Former price, 1.25 Sale price,
We have gone through our stock and find we
have many Remnants and Short Lengths. We
liavefmt them on sale for Saturday at cost and less
Special Sale of Short Length Ribbon, Saturday only.
Special for SaturdayMen's Neckwear, worth up to
75 cents while they last your choice for 35c
Men's Gloves See them on our Bargain Counter.
Read the Bazaar ad today.
Standard canned fruits 10
cents per can at Nahgle's.
City Attorney Russell is trans
acting business before the land
office at Cass Lake today.
All kinds of garden hose at all
kinds of prices. Jerrard Plumb
ing Co.
Father Murphy goes to Bagley
tonight and will celebrate mass
there at ten o'clock tomorrow.
Nothing can be better than the
bestMark's LungjBalsain is
the best.
Dr. L. A. Ward leaves tonight
for a several month's vacation to
be spent on the Pacific coast.
The little Misses Gladys and
Essie Brannon went to Northome
last night for a visit with friends.
Csesar dead and turned to clay
might stop a hole to keep the
wind away. Take Mark's Lung
Balsam it is the best.
D. E. Elliot one of the old time
cruisers, who is well known in
this section came in from Still
water this morning.
Butter, farmer's butter, dairy
butter, separator butter, jar
butter, butter in prints, cream
ery butter. Peterson.
J. W. Irwin returned today
from a trip to North Dakota
where he went to buy some
draught horses.
John McAvoy has let the con
tract for the construction of a
fine barn on .the property he
recently acquired in Bailey's ad
Mrs L. J. Mathney, who has
been ill for some time was taken
to St. Anthony's hospital this
morning for a surgical operation.
John McCarty, who has been
logging in the Lake George coun
try and has just finished putting
in four million and a half is in
the city on business today.
Blakeley & Farley sent a
crew of men to Rosby this morn
ing io overhaul the steam tug
Alice May, which is to be used
this summer in towing rafts
across Cass Lake.
A. H. Harris, who has severed
his connections with the Kelliher
Mercantile Company, is in the
city today. Mr. Harris is unde
cided as to what hewill do in the
Rev. W,. -Parr of the Board of
Church Extension of the Meth
odist church and Presiding Elder
Dodds of this conference will be
in Bemidji Sunday and will speak
at the M. E. church.
Uncle George Bard well, one of
Bemidji's pioneer residents is
soon to leave for Sand Point,
Idaho to make his future home.
Uncle George has hosts of friends
in this city who will be sorry to
learn of his departure.
-Special $1.25 to Sl.aCHat^while-they--.
I"~ 75c
Grocery Department.
3 cans Strawberries, for
3 cans Blueberries, for
2 cans Peaches, for
2 cans Blackberries, for .__..
1 bunch Celery, for
Saturday we will have Cabbage, Celery, Lettuce, Radishes
and Strawberries.
28c 75c i
Willits and Cahill write fire in
surance in reliable companies.
A. J. Eflggins is in the city
from Nebish.
Solon Finley, the lumberman,
is at the Remore today.
Martin and Pat Butler re
turned today from several \veek-s
visit in Minneapolis.
County Auditor Sylvester this
morning paid a wolf bounty to
Brick Ness, of the town of Roose:
.Mr s. D. Small wood leaves to
morrow morning for an extended
visit with relatives at Melrose.
There is no lever so powerful
as plain and simple factsMark's
Lung Balsam will euro your
V. P. Ellis, editor of the Mal
lard Call, is visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ellis, today.
A. Rognlien, the Turtle
River representative of the Selkee
Land & Mercantile Co., is in Be
midji on business -this afternoon.
A good spray nozzle free with
every sale of garden hose. We
have 3,000 feet. Prices and qual
ity guaranteed. Jerrard Plumb
ing Co.
J. A. McConkey has rented the
old First National bank building
and will use it as a ware room.
The stock for his store is being
unloaded from the cars today.
Miss Dolly Bailey and Miss
Grace Lyons' gave a dancing
party last night at the former's
home to a small party of friends.
Refreshments were served and
very pleasant time was had.
John Smith will move his bar
ber shop to new quarters in the
Markham annex next week. Mr.
Smith will equip a first class
shop and believes his new stand
will be one of the best in the city.
Attorney Charles Scrutchins
was at Parley yesterday, where
he appeared for M. Perrault in
an action brought against him in
justice court by Nellie Stahnke.
Mr. Scrutchin succeeded in hav
ing the action dismissed.
George Scott came down from
Mallard this afternoon, where he
has been putting in this week
winding up work in connectkw*
with the finishing ofthe Gray
contracts with the Red River
Lumber Co.
County Commissioner Wright
is laid up as the result of an en
counter with a vicious horse this
morning. The animal was handy
with his heels became frightened
and kicked Mr. Wright several
times inflicting painful injury.
M. S. Snow and family will
leave Monday of next week for
North Yakima, Wash.^ where
they will make their home in the
future. The family was among
the first to locate in Bemidji and
have many friends here who will
regret their departure.
Charles Plummer, a former
resident of Bemidii, wTio has
been running a hotel at Langdon,
N. D., for some time past was in
the city today. Mr. Plummer
has disposed of his interests in
North Dakota and intends to re
turn to Bemidji to reside.
Mr. and Mrs. John Buckley
leave tonight for the Pacific
coast for a several weeks visit.
Mr. Buckley had intended to re
engage in business in Bemidji,
but if he likes the coast country
and can find a suitable location
will remain there.
A party of Great Northern
officials passed through the city
yesterday on a special. In the
party were Superintendent
Howard, of the Dakota division.
Assistant General Supertendent
Brown and Superintendent
O'Brien, of the Fergus Falls
T. J. Meisenberg, who for
some time pasthas been employed
at Ludington's hardware store,
has resigned his~ position and
leayes with his family Monday of
ext-week-forthe Pacrti^'coas
Mr. Meisenberg has made many
friends in Bemidji during his
stay hereand the best wishes of
25c 25c 35c 25c
Absolutely Pare
Odd follows meet
Oddfellows hall.
Regular mooting of ho Eastern
Star tonight. Several initiations.
Directors of lUisinoss Men's
club meet next Monday night.
Business of importance-.
Tlio Hiawatha Dancing elul
will give one of its pleasant par
ties at Peters.n
evening i
all will go with him to Ins new gg:
row morning for the Pacific coast \ytl
E will teach Graham
Shorthand and Good
win's Improved Hook keeping
during the summon months,
beginning May 2d and ending
September 1st? foe only S'IO,
or Munson's Shorthand and
Marshall's Bookkeeping for
same price'
rirorn I-1
i.00 in
(lisi-omil of over
Hii-, deduction.
Conway's Commercial College,
Box 744, IOK Sixth Street, between
Bemidji and Beltrami Avenues.
Hows This?
Wo offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be Cured by Hall's
Catarrh (hire. P. J. Cheney &
Co., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have
known P. .1. Cheney for the last
ID years,
and beleivc htm per
fectly honorable hi all business
transactions, and financially able
to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Wholesale Drttggjsjbs Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken]
internally, acting directly u]oi
the blood and mucous surfaces
I of the system. Testimonials
sent free. PriooJVjc^orJUottlc
olTt"lTy all drur.rists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for
Yol lr
George Rogers leaves tomor- u-t mediiloe for th IifeffB that bafrfj
to the Dalles, Oregon, and will lung-, it cured Mr
spend some time looking over
the country in that vicinity. Sev-1"
eral of the party intend to file on i
stone and timber ektim* and,-
tonight at
Next meeting of .beard of coun
ty commissioners May hi.
hall this
Dates Are Fixed.
Matt Mayor and Tod Smith re
turned this afternoon from St.
Paul where they had boon to
meet with thooflicersof the State
Retail Liquor Dealer's Associ
ation. The dates the conven
tion in Bemidji have been 1ixe
for June14, 15 and Hi and the
matter of running excursions
from St. Paul ami Minneapolis
was-taken up with the passenger
departments of the Northern
Pacific and Great Northern.
A Bijf Drive.
Manager Parker, of the Clear
water Lodging company, was at
Crookston yesterday and told a
Crookston newspaper that ar
rangements were being made for
the drive which will be the larg
est this year it has ever been. Al
together 35,OOO,O0() in logs is to
be handled to the Crookston Lum
ber company's sawmill at Crooks
ton, down the Rod Lake riyorr
General Cleaning lip.
The board of health has ordered
a general cleaning up of alleys,
rubbish heaps, garbage piles and
all unsightly obstructions to the
street and alloys of the city.
Chief of Police Bailey has been
instructed to notify all interested
that it is house cleaning time and
that its' time to get busy next
Monday morning.
white Wine-of Tar Syrup Isttte
.i T- -c 4 fvpr beenn sold in this county. I upeak
from mv ov.u experience. I UrraK it
with a party of seven from thisL ^^e-^av^J-my life ^henTufr.r-
city. They will go from "BernTdjlj
inK fr om a disease
others are looking up locations yama are result getters.
to engage in business. _________r^1'^
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Just Received
i'i!- -unlii' Is ili'- ur.iluui tl.vr. twi-
l'K-U- north lie CUj Boat hotfeH'.OII
tin- fuki front.
OUTS- ("1- 1IT
Lakeside Photographer.
F7O. \I.
Fraternal Order of BfljrlCSi ttrmldii eric No.,JJ
Meets eery Wednesday at p. m.,
Oilmour's Hall.
i A. T. W'heeloc'k, \V. President
[H.LeBleu, W. Secretar)
Vlsltlnir Kairlcs cnrdtallv Invited.
Livery Stable
New Carriages
and (iood Horses
New and Second Hand
Carriages For Sale
When your beer
pumps do not work
see Doran and have
them cleaned.
Do not forget we
do all kinds of steam
and water pipe re
pairing. Call or telephone to
I am selling mil
Rubbersand Arctics
below cost,
(Jet your supply now.
Fancy Cream Cheese
the very host.
We are ol'l'orin^ sumo very
at (motive valne
Dried Frviits
)fice on
California. Canned Goods
is good for six months
W. G. Schroeder,
Phone 209
ofxar-J- asthma that bad affl'x.-ied
rpnp T)ai!y l-i,,nf"r want CDJ
thew.__eood __r_
We have the lively, new,
fascinating card game,
Panic is a mimic on Wall street exchange
Price, 40 cents^
Pioneer Drug Store of Bemidji.
Many Good Reasons
The PeerlessAll-Steel Range
has many distinctive points of merit. Everybody who
wants a range' and understands the desirability and
economy of having only the best, should come in and
let us show this range.
This is tin original and only all-steel range.
There arc no others whieli deserve to be mentioned in
the same class.
The quick heat radiation of this range makes
a very great saving in the amount of fuel.
nos'T i\i11. to si:i: IT.
F. M. Malzahn & Co.
.vrasanjssEjBS L7!M?r.
WANTKI) To list bargains
in real estate. $300 to
$1,000-parties waiting.
OGiif^ClUSOS^O O0ll
We arc headquarters for Caps, Hose, Underwear,
O Shirts, Work- Pants and all kinds of Notions, Lamps,
&' Dishes, etc., ('iu'ars, Tohaeeos, ('andies, Nuts and a gen-
ft eral variety of .Merohaiidiso. *P
?:j We want your trade, ami appreciate your patronage
by girvihg-you more fur your money at all times than
you ^.ot. elsewhere.
Wo eonliallv invite, von to call and see lis at our old
stand. -')01 West Third street.
The Fair Variety Cash Store
.1 ':C "i\t
State Rank
General Banking Business. Fire Insurance.
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