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See JonesW. C. Jones.
Dr. J. Gendron, of Red Lake
Falls, is in the city on business.
Fresh supply of butter and
eggs today at Peterson's.
Miss. Elizabeth Hurst, of Wa
dena, is the guest of Bemidji
Ives' ice cream is the best.
John Thompson, assessor of
the town of Shotley, is in the city
A marriage license was issued
this morning to John Lettimore
and Vinetta Stevens.
Biggest a id best stock to se
lect from at Peterson's fruit
Einil Lund, who was employed
at the Solberg shoe shop for
some time last summer, is in the
city calling oh friends.
Mr s. Mary E. Treff will lecture
at the Odd Fellows hall Sunday,
April 24, at 8:00 p. m. Subject,
"Life, Love and Truth."
True fruit syrups and sundaes
at our fountain. We always have
fresh goods for Sunday. Peter
Mark Devine, the cruiser is at
the Markham today and came
down from Blackduck this morn
D. E. Ross, proprietor of the
Daley restaurant on Third street
will move Monday to his new res
idence on Irvine avenue.
R. H. Dickinson, one of the
substantial residents of the town
of Buena Vista, is in the city on
Editor*E. N. Falk. of the Bag
ley Times and Dr. Mayland, of
Bagley are in the city on busi
ness this afternoon.
C. T. Alexander is in the city
today from Blackduck. Mr.
Alexander is an old time chef,
and will have charge of the culi
nary department of the new
Armstrong cafe which will open
here next week.
W offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. J. Cheney &
Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have
known RJrCheney ior-tbe-last
15 years, and beleive: him per
fectly honorable in all business
transactions, and financially able
to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
WALDING, KlNNAN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, acting directly upon
of the system. Testimonials
$3.00 Hat for
2.50 Hat for
2.00 Hat for
1.00 Hat for
sent free. Price, 75c. per bottle, the old trouble for many months.
Sold by all druggists. 1 It is certainly a most wondilul
Take Hall's Family Pills fori liniment. or sale by liaiKei
constipation. I Drug store
Any Hat in^he House
Friday and Saturday will
be Hat Days at McCuaig's
We-will for the two clays place on sale onr entire line of
Men's and Boy s' Hats at a discount of 20'
These Hats are up-to-date.
and let us show you bur line.
Paris chocolates at the Prin
P. Miles of Superior, Wis., is in
Willits and Cahill write lire in
urance in reliable ompanies,
B. F. Gardner is a visitor from
If you want the best field and
graden seed go to Nanirlo.
Andrew Nelson of Kelliher is.
in the citytod ay.'
For wall paper see J. A. Huff,
J. J. Smith of Duluth, is regis
tered at the City hotel.
Standard canned fruits 10
cents per can at Nangle's.
Geo. Laidley and family, of
Turtle River, are in the city to
Nice large bananas 20 cents
per dozen this week at I. 13.
Harry Biiler, book-keeper at
the Lumbermen's bank, is on the
Fresh chocolates always on
hand at the Princess.
C. H. Miles left this morning
for St. Louis. a Miles will be
absent about two weeks.
Dr. Gilmore went to Bagley'
this afternoon in response to a
Matt Wagner, who was over
come by gas at the brewery yes
terday is getting along very
Short mill wood, ready for use,
dryis quickly, 2 per load deliver
ed. Grookston Lumber Co.
R. W. Reed left this morning
for his old home at Owatonna in
response to a message announc
ing the serious illness of his
nrother, who has been failing in
health for some time.
M. E. Ibertson, of Grand
Forks, formerly publisher of the
Sentinel in this city, is in Be
midji today renewing acquain
tances. Mr. Ibertson has con
siderable business to transact,
here and expects to remain in
the city about two weeks.
Serious Stomach Trouble Cured.
I was troubled with a distress
in stomach, sour stomach
and vomiting spells, can
Bargains at McCuaig's!
Iain's Stomach_andLiver Tablets
cured me^Mrs. T. V. Williams,
Barker Drug store.
I have been subject to sciatic
rheumatism for years," says E.
Waldron, Wilton. Junction,
Iowa 'My joints were stiff and
crave'me much pain and discom
fort My joints would crack
when I straightened up. I used
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
have been thoroughly cured.
W want you to come in
No trouble to show them.
Waiter Olson, the Shevlin
schoolmaster, is in Bemidji on
Royal washed tigs at the Prin
A. Lindike of St. Paul is in the
city calling upon his trade in the
iiiLV) goods line.
Lovuey's chocolate bon bons
are the,best. For sale only at:
.Peterson's, _.,.. si
Now York Life insurance mad*,
a trip to Blackduck yesterday
retu rning last night.
A maddened bull treed a mini
b)v of people in the western end
of town this morning and it was
necessary to call the -police to
subdue the infuriated bovine.
Lay in a supply of short mill
wood for the season. Drys quick
ly. Delivered for 2 per load
Crookston Lumber Co. hone 208.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bailey re
tu rn tonight from Tipton, Iowa,
where they have been .for some
time visiting friends and
Clias. Miles has a force^di men
at work at his Great. Northern
saloon putting in a hew base meht
and repairing the siedwalk in
front-of the building.
H. J. McNamara, special cor
respondent for the Duluth News
Tribune, was in the city yester
day.- to attend the funeral of
The re will be a meeting of the
non-commissioned officers of the
militia company at Judge Rey
nolds' office Tuesday evening of
Win. Williams, who has just
been discharged from the hospi
tal at Farley, applied for ad mis
sion to the poor farm this morn
ing. Ho is unable to work-.
Sheriff Hoolihan of Itasca
county is shaking hands with his
Bemidji friends today. Mr.
Hoolihan is returning from
Northome, where he has been on
Conductor Nickey an old tinier
in the reat Northern passenger
service has succeeded Conductor
Harry Work on the Sauk Center
passenger while the latter has a
run between St. Paul and Fargo.
D. K. Rack is in Bemidji today
enroute to Minneapolis. Mr.
Rack was one of the heavy log
ge rs in the vicinity of Tenstrike
this-winter-and ut in about five
milllion feet of logs during the
County Treasurer French will
not return from Redwood Falls,
where he went to attend the
funeral of his mother this week
until next Wednesday. He is un
avoidably detained at Redwood
Mr s. Joe Harrington loaves
Monday morning for the home of
her husband, at Lacrosse, Wis.,
where she will visit friends and
relatives for live or six weeks.
Enroute she will-stop at Minne
apolis and St. Paul where she
has a number of friends.
John Lerdahl, one of the pros-
^^(^^^"sTdoon men~of KelTiherTTs
in the city today and while here
made the Pioneer a pleasant call!
He' is returning from Duluth,
where lie went to make tinal
proof on a stone and timber claim
in the vicinity of Kelliher.
Jo hn -Hakkerup, a brother of
Photographer Hakkerup of this
city, arrived in the city last night
Jrom Ringsted, Denmark. Mr.
Hakkerup is a native of Denmark,
and cannot speak a word of
English. He will reside with his
brother for the present.
/The ladies of St. Phillip's
Catholic church desire to thank
all those who attended or an in
any way contributed to the card
party held last Tuesday evening
at the Red Men hall. A fund of
$'13 was raised at the party,
which went to pay for altar sup
plies and investments.
The camp of Modern Woodmen
at Tenstrike are planning a
grand ball and general good time
to take place in that city on
appointed, and all arrangements
made for the occasion. The Be
midji String orchestra of this
city has been engaged to furnish
music for the dance.
Had Charge Dismissed.
City Attorney Russell was it
Northome last night, where he
appeared for K. S. Orindall, the
Northome hotel man, who was
before .Judge Lafreniere on_ a
charge of assault with intent to
great bodily harm, preferred
by J. W. King. The case was
Fifty Years the Standard
Inprom thi flavor and adds to
tho haalthfulnoss of thi food.
PHIOI BAKING) POWOIR OO.
Reuben Grimoldby wont to Du
...I. M. Bigelow went to M-mr.e-
Thos. Welsh is in town today
from Red Lake.
Peter Larkin and "wife of Tur
tlo River were Bemidji \isitors
Win, English and mother, Mrs.
Clifford, returned yesterday from
a business trip to Duluth.
IT. C.JIays left this morning
for Mankato, where he will serve
on the United States petit jury,
James Matheny. of the Math
eny billiard hall, is retvivering
from a severe attack of lagrippe,
Win. McDonald is making ex
tensive repairs to tho interior of
his saloon building on Third
Conductor L. II. lloral of the
M. & I., who for some time past
has been laid up with an attack
of the lagrippe, resumed his
duties on the road this morning.
Wm. Horsey, who was brought
down from Red Lake ami charg
ed with stealing an'overcoat, was
discharged in justice court, this
morning. Chester McKiisick
was attorney for the defense.
The city dock at the -foot of
Third street has been.undergoing
extensive repairs under the di
rection of Street Commissioner
Pogue, and as it now stands pre
sents a much better appearance
Nelson Laid Off.
Among the old time conductors
who were recently laid off as the
result of the visit of the Pinker
ton detectives to this section was
Conductor James Kelson, who has
had a run through Bemidji on the
Great Northern -for some time.
Mr. Nelson will stand, an investi
gation and his many Beniidji
friends are contident that it will
-resultim4us complete exoner
ation from the charges preferred
against him by the "spotters/"
Advertise in the Daily
it's a goodviinvestment
All UV iiioilfrn patterns
Best Couuli Medicine for Children.
When you buy a ebugb medi
cine for small children you
want ene in which you can
place implicit confidence. You
want one.tliai no! only releives
bill cures. You want one that is
unquestionably harmless. You
want one that is pleasant to take
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
meets all of these conditions'.
There is nothing so good for the
COUglTs ami colds incident to
clrildhmth- For sale by Barker's
s. Matheny who lev smo.^
past has boon con ft noil at"!
St. Anthony's hospital, is re-I
ported bettor. Her condition at
one time was considered quite
Judge Sooner and Court:
Stenographer Cameron returned
today from Walker, where the!
judge rs presiding at the spring!
term of court for Cass county,
They return to Walker Monday
morning, when two important
murder cases will coino up for
C. O. Chidden and C. C. C'asko,
two of the prominent residents
of tho town o( Northern, are in
the eity today. Mr. Clidden
says the sawmill on his place will
be shut down in about ten days
when it will have finished cutting
the logs on hand. A shingle mill
is just ready to start and will be
in operation Monday
The Cass county district court
in session this week with Jud ge
Spoonor presiding, and the civil
ealondarwill be disposed id' about
the middle of next week'. The
grand jury returned true bills
against Nude Hill for the murder
of Ivichaxd Stinger and against
Win. Chounard for the murder
of his wife. The Chounard case
is set for trial first and will prob
ably come up some time' next
week-. Chounard will plead in
sanity. Nothing Equal to Chamberlain's
Colic,Cholera and Diarrhoea
'We. have used Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea,
Itemedy in our family for years."
savs Mrs. .1. Cooke, of Neder
lands, Texas. "We have gw*n
it to all of our childern. We
have used other medicines for
the same purpose, hut have never
found anything to equal Cham
berliairs, 11'you will use it as
directed it will always cure."
For sale at Barker's Drug Store.
More heat with less fuel
Hot Wilier lleiitiii: Hie Ai'liic of
The Jerrard Plumbing Co.
will ciilitrlilM you- nior- lifiit,
ntoi-e comfort, less work, h?rts
worry lesa have it,
WK IT A E
A permanent, sanitary aii'1 prejiroof wall coating will epver more and
vvciir bctler than any oilier pOptls en the market. Wo handle it in
bulk: you do net hare topay a litr price for worthless [lacka^'s, hut.
ire full weight.
I All colors 8c per pound
In 25 and 50 pound lots 7c per pound
vfreezfiB upon bhreeancl two-third dowijrriH. an
the latest popular craze^crpAvn effects at priceij from Kc per double
roll and up. IJorders" by the roll at wame price. W trim your wall
paper free of elia'rre.
Oilftf rarnishcu. paints, httis/ns,
mohliixj.s, iflnss, etc
DRAY and BAGGAGE
SAFE and PIANO
MOVING A SPECIALTY
E. L. NAYL0R.
A A A A A A A
the same class.
JV A A A A S&
1 A WOOD::
..Nobby, Ne Stock No Displayed..
This line of Pipes contains some of the
finest gauds that., any. smoker .could
wish for. .Call and look them over.
I DRU STORE
THK PIONEER. DRVG STORE OF BEMIDJI.
Many Good Reasons
The Peerless All-SteelRange
has many distinctive points of merit. Everybody who
wants a range anil understands the desirability and
economy of havi ng only the best, should come in and
let us show this range."
This is the original nil only all-steel range.
There are no oilier* which deserve to lie mentioned in
The quick heat radiation of this range makes
a very great saving in the amount of fuel.
HOST FAIL TO si:i: IT.
F. M. Malzahn & Co.
WANTED To list bargains
in real estate. $,'500 to
$1,000 parties waiting.
are rjeadqiiartei's For Caps, Hose, rnderwear,
Work Pauls mid ail kinds ol' Notions, Lamps,
elc, Cjo-ars. Tol'.n'cos, (Jaiulies. Nuts and a gen-^
variety of Merchandise.
W want ydnr trade, andjipjirt-date your patronage
hy gmn'g-'-Voti inoi'O^leF-yoU^ ahofiejj at aTT "tunes tlvan 0
yon get elsewhere.
Wo i-ordiaily invite yon to
stand, :i()l West'Thinl street.
General Banking Business. Fire Insurance.
all and see us at our old
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