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Cream puffs at the Lakeside
Bakery today.
Ice cream and strawberries.
Armstrong & Underwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Puller
are the parents of a baby girl
born last evening.
The Modern Woodmen will cel
ebrate their 22d memorial day,
Sunday, June 5.
As school has closed the boys
must have something to play
with.so buy an express wagon at
Nay lor's.
Wra. McClure's family have Ar
rived from Minneapolis to spend
the summer and will go to house
keeping in Bemidji.
Catfsar dead and turned to clay
might stop a hole to keep the
wind away. Take Mark's Lung
Balsamrand avoid thisiate.
John Thompson, of Blackduck.
is in the city on his way to Cass
Lake to make final proof on a
homestead near blackduck.
Martin Stennick, who has been
a popular employe of the Hotal
Richards at Tenstrike for some
time past, left yesterday to spend
the su m.mer. a__ his old home in
New Brunswick. Mr. Stennick
..Dress Goods, Trimmings..
and Laces.
Berman Emporiums
Next Door to Post Office.
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will return to Tenstrike seme
time next fall.
Refrigerators is the order of
the day. Naylor has them.
John McDougald, of Blackduck
is in the city on business today.
Armstrong & Underwood serve
ice cream at all hours of the day
and night.
Attorney Langaard, of Black
duck, is in the city on business
before the probate court.
A tine pictui-e given away with
every ten dollar cash purchase
at Naylor's.
Miss Jo Hegg, of the News,
went to Cass Like today to spend
Sunday, the guest of friends.
Delicious ice cream daintily
served at Armstrong & Under
wood 's.
John O'Neil, bookkeeper for the
J. A. Irvine company at Black
duck, is a Bemidji visitor today.
There is no lever so powerful
as plain and simple factsMark's
Lung Balsam will cure your
A. C. Rood and M. H. EJngen,
two prominent Crookston busi
ness men, were in the city on
business yesterday.
All Modern Woodmen and Royal
Neighbors are requested to meet
at Masonic hall at 2 p. m., also at
7 p. m., Sunday, June 5.
H. E. Palmer, who was several
years at Omich's news stand, has
accepted a position with Al Car
son at the Princess grocery.
Do not fail to read the Bazaar
ad today or take advantage of
this sale and save about one half
the price on articles mentioned.
The committee of the Northern
Pacific shopmen- who have been
in .the city for several days ar-
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear
There is only one way to cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional re
medied l_5afness_is.___u_eOx__l_n_
ilaniecl condition of the mucous lining
of the Eustachian Tube. When this
tube is.inflamed you have a rumbling:
sound or imperfect hearing,, and. when
it is entirely closed, deafness is the
result, a.ud unless the inflammation
can be taken out and this tube restor
ed to its normal condition, hearing
will be destroyed forever: nine cases
out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
which is nothing but an'inflamed con
dition of the. mucous surfaces.
\Ve will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. SenJ for circulars free.
Toledo, Ohio.
Sold bv druggists, 7"c
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
Bargains this week
Will be better than ever. We will place on our bargain
counter our entire line of White Dress Goods that are
Worth 15 to 20c per yard at 8c for yard only about 500
yards, aU new and just the thing for waists and dresses.
Jacquard Swiss in blue, pink, Nile, red and tan, the
thing for summer waists sale price 30c per yard.
I Lot of Belts worth 35 to 50c on sale, 25c.
Ladies' Wrappers, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75.
Men's Collars, the 15c 2 for 25c kind, choice 5c eaclf.
Men's Ties, worth 50c, choice this week, 29c.
Men's Hats from 75c to $1.25. while they last 5 0c each.
Men's Shoes, worth $2.5.0.to j^2.75, this week $2.19 pair.
Remnants, all kinds, at half price.
Shirt Waists, see the Black Silk* ones we are selling
for $3.50 each get one while we can fit you.
Kid Gloves, any shade and size.
Headquarters for Fresh Groceries.
Always something new at McCauig's.
We elose 7:30 p. m., except Mill Pay Days & Saturdays
i i
tanging for the picnic returned
to Urainerd this morning.
Carpets, oilcloth and linoleum
at reduced prices at Naylor's.
H. W. Sheaii and wife, of Lac
du Flambeau, an*, passing a few
days in Bemidji visiting friends.
Just received, a tine assortment
of pipes and smoker's supplies at
the Princess.
A. L. LaFreniere of the North
ome Record is a visitor in the
city on business today.
Nothing can be bettor than the
bestMark's lung Balsam is the
Dr. Brinkman's :offices wore
opened for business yesterday
and the doctor announces that ho
treated twen-Ly-thrce patients.
Bring your tin ware and have
it mended. Bring your knives
and scissors and have them
ground by the Gypsies.
C. C. Blake is in the city from
Cass Lake. Blake is said to have
acquired property in the village
of Nymore and will build there
The M. & I. steam shovel which
has been working at Mississippi
pit for several weeks past is soon
to be moved to a new location
this side of Tenstrike.
The Modern Woodmen will hold
memorial service in the M. E.
church, at 8 p. m. Preaching by
Rev. Smith. All are invited to
attend this service.
F. W Smith, representing the
American type foundry, was a
visitor in the city yesterday and
sold the Pioneer a large order of
new laces for its job department.
Remember the card party to
be given by the Modern Samari
tans at their hall Monday evening.
Valuable prizes to the winners.
Good social time: cordial invita
tion to all.
The barbers are to organize a
base ball team and intend to give
a number of the other local crafts
men who are doing a lot of talk
ing about base ball a game in the
very near future.
Don't forget that a ticket to the
big 5 o'clock supper, served by
the Gypsies at the Opera House
Monday, June 0. admits you to
the evening entertainment. Sup
per, 25c.
The work of repairing the foun
dations to the boilers at the
Crookston mill is progressing
very nicely and the mill will
probably be running again in
about ten days.
Mrs. Francis Sanl'oid, who
went to the delPntion hospital
from the Hotel Bemidji a short
time ago suffering from a very
bad case of smallpox and who has
been very ill is now.outof danger
and Recovering very nicely.
My. and Mrs. A. W. Kasser, of
Mcintosh,- are in the city this
afternoon, the guests of Mr. and
Mrs.Chas. Albrand t. Mr. Kasser
would like to locate in Bemidji in
the hotel business and may buy
or lease local property.
W. H. Moore, who is a new set
tler in Beltrami county, is in the
city today adjusting i lie details of
a transfer by which he becomes
the owner of a quarter section of
cut-over land near Blackduck,
where he will make his future
Game Warden Ellis rotwrts that
he has received particular instruc
tions from Executive Agent Ful
lerton of the state game and tish
commission to strictly enforce
the law pertaining to fishing
with more than one line. There
are violations of the law daily in
Bemidji and the first one called to
Mr. Ellis attention will be inves
Gypsies! Gypsies!! Gypsies!!!
with all their special attractions.
The fortune tellers who will tell
you your past, present and fu
ture. The old witch who will dis
pense love potions of wonderful
power the famous organ grind
er and his little girl Leah (Jitana
the world-renowned Pedro Santos
with his trained bear, and many
other attractions at Opera House,
Monday evening, June 0.
Drinks and Snores.
John Martin, was in police
court this morning charged with
drunkenness and snoring. Mr.
Martin tanked up yesterday af
ternoon, went to the residence
portion ol the city picked out the
dry side of residence and went
to sleep under the porch. This
would hayebeen ]ermissabl but
he started snoring stunts which
aroused the occupants of the
house and dismayed ihem not a
little. This kind of thing must
be stopie according to Judge
Pendergast and Martin went to
the county jail for ten days and
will sloop in the vegetable cellar.
Startling Evidence.
Fresh testimony in great quan
tity is constantly coming in, de
claring Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds to be unequaled. A recent
expression from T. J. McFarland,
Bentorville, Va., serves *as ex
ample. He writes: "I had Bron
chitis for three years and doctor
ed all the time without being ben
efitted. Then I began taking Dr.
Kinars New Discovery, and a few
bottles whollyCflted me." Equal
ly effective in curing all Lung and
Threat troubles.. Consumption.
i Pnoumoniaand (Jrip. Goaranoped
I by all druggists. Trial bottles
free, regular sizes 50c, and 1.
Chicken a la Cream
John Jinkinson reprt that
the Grass Lake ditch is nearing
completion. The culvert under
the railroad track is still to be
put in. Work was suspended
yesterday on account of the rain.
Two of the colored men with
Mahara's minstrels were partici
pants in a fierce hand to hand
fight just before the show left tho
city yesterday morning and both
were discharged by the manage
Cut liowers at the Grill.
A. P. While returned this
morning from a trip to Kelliher
and Northome and says things
are a little quiet up that way at
present. The hand-car now
meets the passenger trains on
days when the freight doesn't
run and "Dad "Palmer has ceased
to repine about the terrible train
service with which his town is
Armstrong & Underwood's
Special Sunday Dinner
From 12 to 3 p. m.
Haked Pike, Maryland
Ox Tongue, Tomato Sauce
Prime Loin of Beef, au jus Loin of Pork, Apple Sauce
Sued by His Doctor.
"A doctor here sued me for
$12 50) which 1 claimed was ex
cessive for a case of cholera mor
bus,''sa ys I'. White,of Goachella,
Cal. "At the trial he praised his
medical skill atvl^jnedicine. I
asked him if it was nouChamber
lain's.Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy he used as I had
good reason to believe it was. and
he would not say under oath that
it was not.'' No doctor could
use a better remedy'than this in
a case of cholera morbus, it nevjcr
fails. Sold by Barkers Dru_
Lamb Chops Breaded, with French Peas
Whipped Potatoes Steamed Potatoes
Asparagus in Cream Stowed Tomatoes
Apple Pie Blueberry Pie L-mon Pie
A. P. Elenrionnetol'Park Rap
ids was a visitor in the city last
Cat tlowers at tho drill.
Mrs. C. W. Speelman is down
from Northome for a visit with
Bemidji friends.
Cut tlowers at the Grill.
City Attorney Russell is, at
Cass Lake on business before
th lard office .'s afternoon.
Uncle Josh Spruceby will be
the next attraction at the City
op3ra house and comes the latter
part of the present month.
Best cup of cotfee on earth at
the Crill.
The Catholic Order of Forest
ers have candidates to initiate at
their next regular meoLiiig.Tuos
day of next week.
R. H. Muncy and (Jeorge A.
Shea, two of the Pine Tree Co.'s
cruisers, are in the city from
Little Falls.
We will frame your pictures
while you wait at Naylor's.
Special Agent Britt, who looks
after the Croat Northern inter
ests in this vicinity, is in the city
today on business.
Mrs. II. J. Koldenof Blaekduek
was the guest of Bemidji friends
today on her way to Grand Forks
where she goes for a visit with
her parents.
C. W. Bafllnbach, vice-presi
dent of the Lumbermen's State
bank, is in Oklahoma on business
and will be. absent from Minne
sota for several weeks.
Go to the Grill tomorrow for
your Sunday dinner.
Andy Danaher, who'was down
from Tenstrike yesterday, says
the boys up there are organizing
a ball team and there may Re
something doing with Bemidji
George Millard, of the _ir._t
National bank, is enjoying a two
weeks' vacation which wili be
spent at his old home at Mar
shall and with relatives at Owa
Manager Kay no of the base
ball club will try and have a good
game of- base ball for one week
from tomorrow and arrangements
may be made to run an excursion
from the north line towns.
Vanilla Ice Cream
Coffee Milk Ice Tea
Lakeside Bakery
F. O.
l-'raternal Order of Entile*. Ilemldjl Aerie No. jgi,
AU-t-is every Wettnetlu al p. in.,
Ollmour* Hall.
A. T. Whaelock. W. I'redltlcnl
rl. LeBleu, W. Secretary
VIHIIIIIIT l-airlex cordially Invited.
Driven to Desperation.
Living at an out of the way
place, remote from civilization, a
family is often driven to despera
tion in case of accident, resulting
in Burns, Cuts, Wounds, Ulcers,
etc. Lay in a supply of Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. It's the best on
eirth, 2"JC at all Oriigfstores.
Rich Australian Fleeced by New York
New York, .lime -1. A wealthy "Aus
tralian who arrived in N*w V"ik leu
days ago from London was swindled
a week ago out of $25,0,00 by men pro
tondliig to lie wire tiriipt'rs-. .Tin- sOny
lias Just licconu'-ptililif. On account uf
his large IIIIKJIHMS counecllbhs ami also
because of tlio fact that li was tMiualiy
guilty with tin- swindlers HK- Ans-
Liallan made no report of the matter
to the police, but nailed on tli" follow
ing day for London,
It appears thai .fire victim met a well
known Now York swindler in London
three weeks ago The New Yorker
urged the Australian to come over
here, promising him great results on
racfhg Investments. The Australian
came and w:is fleeced. After the coup
It appears"that the gang paid Ihe decoy
only $r,ni instead ol the 12,500 which
should havo been his share under the
agreement. In a fit of pUjiiqithe decoy
Informed the police". During the past
week losses of $5,000 have ii-e re
ported by other victims of swindlers
operating In the same, manner.
Minneapolis Lumberman Makes Gift to
Kansas College.
LIndsborg, Kan., June \.Colonel G.
A. Smith of Minneapolis has donated
](ifi,oid.O(wi feet of Umber to Bethany
college of this place. The limber thus
donated is not to be Bold until It yields
Colonel Smith asks that the college
authorities, ilie alumni and students
trv to raise an equal sum by Jan. 1,
Mr. Smith Is president and principal
stockholder in the C. A. Smith Lumber
enmpany and one of tho wealthiest
men In Minneapolis.
Severe Stdrm In Iridlarta DoeS Milch'
Uooneville, Ind., June 4.Three ehfl
dren wefle killed, one man fatally in
jured and a woman and a child-seri
ously injured by an electric shock
which partinlly destroyed their home
near this city.
The dead are: John Oentry, Jr.,
aged fourteen Opal (P-ntry. ten a
baby. two. John Gentry, Sr., was fa
tally Injured.
Lost a Leg in Midair.
New. York, June 4.-While at w-ork
on a 20-story building in Lower Broad
way John Sullivan, a laborer, fell five
stories and lost one of his legs in mid
air. As he dropped down an open
chide Sullivan struck an Iron girder
with great force. It rut off one of his
ll-e'is above the knee Tike a knife.
Sullivan probably will die.
Dr. V. Shaefer, a widely knowi
Chicago physician, died suddenly at
his home there Friday!
John ilopl'-y. one of tie- oldest
editors in Ohio, is dead al Bucyrus.
He was eighty-three years old
Governor Mickey of Nebraska has
},0..ore.| the requisition Issue-i by Gov
ernor Complins of Iowa for the arrest
ol Tom leiiiu-... Omaha, .iccuscd
of complKily of a diamond robbery iu
Painter and Decorator.
i Seven-room House, .'itl-faol lot
A l.aryre Lot, 50x330 $15 hand]
one lot $60.00,
Willits & Cahill.
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Billiard Hall.
L. J. MATHKNV. Prop.
Pi no Line of Cigars ,v TobaeCos
lt.-mUI.il. Win
it )il!lii5sMIi!ilOirMri'.i(, f!O UA j*'it
I Dr.,J. WarninuerNs
:t (Ull.-i- In rear uf Ai-,-al, D.
JAir wall p:i}or soo .1. A. IlofT,
Miles block.
Five-room House, ."0-foot lot
Old ri|:iiis ei I'M r.i touches). A
$1650.00 I
Two-room House. 25-foot lot
Bring In your Sltfr* Orders!
Pictorial. Electrical and
Novelty Signs. Banners
and Show Cards.
Paper Hanging, New, Neat and Up-to-Date.
and Art Work. 25 off on Wall Paper!
Grocery Co.
M. E. CARSON, Manager.
t-'niio Crawford 1'e.aMtos.
per can
U, irular prii-i- :JV
laiiiv Lonron CUIIB l'l-acius,
IHT can.
Hecular |irif:u 3pc
/l Panes I'd l.'i*\iii.,.i-
mi- i-an
ItPgUlar jr"n- 'Sic
lain-y Pvars.
I"!- can
KlU'llIll- I'll)!- ?&
(f' I'aiif.v Egg I'liniis.
|n-r ran
Regular prin
I'ani-y i'lisiTM-il SiravvlHiii-.,
per can
rtrtmtaT price .'ate
fancy Oaniiiil Sw,! IVtnlecs,
l-i- can
Pttiiey Oaiuu-il Applr-s.
P- fallen can
-4'ancv Ilenii- 1'uriil Hani-..
per It.
l-'ancv I tome Curi-il Slioiililcr.
p.-f lb...
I'anc\ il\ Herring,,
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tm jj|
"j tlnii of (.iin-l-al lt|acl,f,.ni. roourd f.
I"| -J::."."). Who will iiiaKi- I tit- si-ason of p.mt
H, In lit iniitit al a M-I-VICI-ri-i-i.f Plve
liullaiM-asiiaiiil i\: uln-n tin- man- Is
kiwn lobe In leal. II.HI'I fall i,'. MI ,Z
3 him I., for.- ITi-eedljig M.III- uiaH
'K 1C 11)111 i)t I! Sl'ljrjI'lIHlK'HjlClOl
Qrove's Pepsini Coffe
TITri I'l'itsin roliovos the Stoniiicli, uml tlio Ooffee
li'lio\os the Headache.
Price 10 cents and 25 cents per bottle.
V. W W W
Grow More Valuable Every Day
The ileiiiiinil for Building Lots in Bemidji continues
unabated. We still have a laroe number of Fine Residence
Lots, however, in all parts of the city.
Bemidji Townsite & Improvement Co.
JOHN F. GIBBONS, Local Agent.
20 25c 25 25 20 25
Princess Grocery Co
^^A_i____i_fc_ A_U_h_b--A-h_-_i-A-A_i_iA-l
Tlio only lloadiiche Itoiuody which does not weaken-theheart.
You eonlil have bought cheaper a few imtrrrfi.s ogo^ but
yon will not be able to buy cheap it few months from now.
r,I, KilN S|
We are n&itt ojten Hot/ mitt Krening+
s\_ tntni in attendmtce ffjulf times.
Come and see our *______...
on can choose from a car lot. Finest line
ever shipped into Northern Minnesota.-
We handle it in bulk you do not have to
pay a big price for worthless packages, but
get full weight: All colors. 8c per pound in
25 and 50-pound lots 7c per pound.
Why not trade where you can get the most for your money?
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