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.V -V J1 it, I S Pears Peaches $ Lemons Oranges Bananas $ a Jj Plums Cherries a* Or .1- wX- ^r Mfi" HHHMHIMMMHMI Closing Out Sale of LADIES' TAILOR-MAD E SUITS, Silk Jackets, and Shirt Waist Suits. Also Our Entire Line of WAISTS. WASH GOODS. CURTAINS, AND MILLINERY. at the ...BERMAN EMPORIUM... Next Door to Postoffice. .HB Apricots Cantelopes a* Watermelons f|TheaGriii Or J, THE CITY i I Green pei at the Princess. Go to Hakkcrup for photos. The Princess has a full line of raspberries and strawberries There will be a dance at the pavillion on Lake boulevard to night. George Tanner is a Cass Laue visitor on business this alter n'oon. Fresh turnips, beets,tomatoes, carrots, radishes and lettuce at the Princess Jess Freestone is transacting business at Grand Rabids this afternoon F. E. McGregor, of Crookston, is a business visitor in the city t)his afternoon. Why balance on the verge of Consumption when Mark's Lung Balsam will cure. Dr. John Koch, of Thief River Falls, is the city foi a visit with his bi other C. Kochf Nine o'click washing tea, eaihne, yeast foam and sorla four cents per package at the Bazaar. Mrs. Walter Ross, who has been the guest of Mrs Tho^. Bailey for two weeks, retui ned to her home at St. Paul this morning. You are cordially invited to come in and see our exhibit of furs whether you are a buyer or not. At the Markham hotel, ladies' parlor afternoons from 1 to 6 p. m. For wail paper see J. A. Hoff, Miles block. Sardines four cents percan at the Bazaar store. E Winter is at Park Rapids on business. Go to the Princess for peaches, apucots and plums. Minnesota raspberries every day this week at Peterson's. S W Ellis, of Blackduck, is a Visitor the city on business today G. A Tuller is looking after his business interests in the city today. F. Coleman, the Blackduck merchant, was the guest of Bemidji friends today. Strawberries, corn, peas, beans and tomatoes ten cents per can at the Bazaar store. Watch for the Sunday school picnic, of M. E. church, at Oak wood Beach. Program later. H. Mitchell, of Buena Vista is in the city today on his way to his old home at Osseo, for a visit with relatives. Miss Anna McConnell, with the sales department at E. Winters & Co is visiting with friends at Paak Rapids. H. Bailey returned last night from a visit to St. Paul, where he has been for several days as associate counsel in the Chounard pardon matter. Superintendent Strachan, of the M. & I. came up from Brain ei cl in his special car an a tour of inspection last night and spent the night in Bemidji. The date of the Old Settlers Meeting in Bemidji has been cnanged. The meeting will be held'on the 26th and 27th instead of the 27th and 28th as originally advertised. Thos. McCutcheon, Solon and Ed Fmley and W. Smith, of Nymoie. this morning left with teams tor the Dakota country, where they will remain until after the haryest. Nat Campbell, of Crookston, one of the brightest attorneys of that city and a well known Demo crat, is in the city on business this afternoon accompanied by A Campbell, a relative from Kansas City. County Commissioner John McDougald was taken quite seriously ill yesterday and is confined to his room at the Mark ham hotel and unable to attend the meetiners of the board. He Only a few days more of McCUAIG'S Red Tag Sale! Better get in line and get some of the Sure Enough Bargains. W told you it would be the sale of the season. Com and see for yourself. Each day we place an extra bargain on our Counters. Only a few more Shirt Waists left. Not any we have had on hand for years, but new and up-to-date. Belts from 20c to 98c all worth more. See the White Dress Goods we are selling at 6c per yard. Ladies' Vestssee the Red Tag price it will pay you. One basket of Ladie's Shoes, worth from $ 1 25 to $2.00 your choice for $1.00 per pair. Men's Hatsbig reductions. GROCERIES. Only a few more Bengal Strawberries left at 10c per can Blueberries, Red Ta price 5e per can: Sardines, Red Tag1 per can Good Sweet Corn, 10c a can Catsup, 15c per bot tle or 2 for 25c Good Luck Soap, 12 bais for 25c Cabinet Soap, 8 bars for 25c. We close 7:30 p. m., except Mill Pay Days & Saturdays WM. McCUAIG WM. McCUAIG price 5c will be taken to his home at Blackduck tonght if his condi tion will permit it. The whist club meets tonight for the initial session of a series of whist games. Mrs. E. A. Barker is home from an extended visit with her parents at St. Charles, Minn. M. Taylor, manager of the Tuller store at "Cass Lake, was a visitor in the city last night. John O'Neil, bookkeeper and head clerk for the A Irvine Co. is in town from Blackduck. Attorney John Gibbons is out of the running for a few clays with a bad case ot ivy poisoning. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Irwin and family went^ to St Paul this morning for a' visit with relatives. It is time to order Minnesota raspberries for preserving. They are now at their best. J. Peter son, Jr The Misses Mabel Rugh and Beatrice Machula, of Cedar Rap ids, Iowa, are the guests of Mrs. W. R. Morrison. Miss Nellie Nash, of Minneap olis, is in the city to spend an ex tended visit with her sister, Mrs. Edward Kaelble. General S. Brown, ot Flint, Michigan, who is an old friend of Judge Reynolds and has been in the city for several days re turned to his home this morning. Henry Partridge who has a fine residence on the north end of Beltrami avenue is improving Lis property by laving a neat cement sidewalk in front of the four lots which he owns. Harry Koors, the well known traveling man is incapacitated by a bad case of blood poisoning recently developed in his good, right hand, from a bruise and burn sustained in a cannon cracker incident on the Fourth. We make to order Ladies' Seal Skin coats, Otters, Beavers, Per sian lamb, Near Seal, Astrakhan etc. See our furs and stvles every afternoon at the Ladies' parlor, Markham hotel. A. Zek man, Fu Manufacturer, Minne apolis. Attorney Henry Funkley, of Blackduck, who has been spend ing several days in the city on business returned to his home last night. Mr. Funkley has be gun his canvass for the Republi can nomination for county attor ney and says he is receiving some very flattering encourage ment. No Pity Miown. "For years fate was after me continuously" writes F. A. Gul ledge, Verbena, Ala. "1 had a terrible case of piles causing twenty-four tumors. When all failed Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured me. Equally good for burns and all aches and pains, Only 25c at all Druggists. Married at the Markham. Miss Iva Hodge and Frank Jutras were married yesterday afternoon at Parlor at the Markham hotel. The ceremony was performed in the presence of a few friends by Judge Pender gast. Both the young people are well known in Bemidji and have many friends here who will extend congratulations. M. D.'s to Meet. The Upper Mississippi Medical Association will have a meeting at Walker tomorrow and several local physicians are planning to attend. There is an interesting program for the meeting and some good things in a social way provided, including a boating party on Leech Lake and a feast of good things at the Palmeda hotel. Look Over Vermillion Country. J. A. McDonald,the well known cruiser, leaves Tuesday of next week with a party from this city and Blackduck for the Vermil lion Lake country. Harvey Wood ward and George Walker will %o from here and there will be sev eral from Blackduck. The trip is made for the purpose of look ing over some land in the Ver million country and the boys all anticipate a very pleasant time. Patting Up Hay. The J. A. Irvine Co., who will be extensive operators in the woods in the country north of this vicinity next winter, have a large force of men working along the bottoms of the Blackduck and Tamarac rivers putting up their next winter's supply of hay. The hay crop this year is excellent and all the lumbermen are planning on putting up enough to carry them over the winter. Will Finish This Week. The topographical survey of the Mississippi, which has been located in this vicinity for some time past and which has had headquarters at Bemidji will be finished the latter part of this week so far as this division is concerned. The camp is now maintained at the-mouth of the Hennepin river. The survey has been finished sooner than Captain Comber, who is in charge, and who has made many Bemidji friends anticipated. I has been complete and thorough in every respect. The crew will be dis charged as soon as the work is finished and will return to their homes. *v 4* 4 4* 4* 4* 4 4* 4* 4 4* 4 B8JSg?'Jwi Session Adjournedf*^ The board of County Commis sioner which has been in session at the court house adjourned its session this afternoon.* The routine business ?of trie session has been quite heavy. The board fixed the tax levy, granted peti tions for the organization of the village of Spooner and the town ship of Wabenacca in the north ern section of the county and prepared the lists from which the grand and petit jurors of the fall term ofMihe district court will be drawn. Sheriff Bailey will draw the jurors tomorrow. FREE! With each and every box of our "Savor Odour" Toilet Soap we are giving a handsome nickel plated Soap Case free. this offer you get three bars of Fancy Toilet Soap and the Soap Case for 25c Don't fail to get one ofthese handy articles before they are all gone. BEMIDJI MERCANTILE CO 4s 4s 4s *$ *f* f 4s 4s t -I3 ###^##4 ####H 4 5 STOCK iBBBBHMBHi^HHMBHBHHBSssssjBjBjBsssjB CLOTHING. $20.00 Men's Suits $15.00 18.00 13.50 15.00 11.25 12.00 9.00 10.00 7.50 Young Men's Suits $15 00 Suits 111.25 13.50 10.15 12.00 9.00 10.00 7.50 8.50 6.35 7.50 5.63 6.00 4.50 5.00 3.75 Little Fellows* Suits. $ 5.00 Russian Blouse 3.75 4.00 3.00 3 50 Vestee Suits 2.63 3.00 2.25 2.50 1.88 4.50 Two-Piece Suits 3.37 4.00 3.00 3.00 2.25 2.00 1.50 STRAW HATS 5 Night Was Her Terror. "I would cough nearly all night long," writes Mrs. Chas. Apple gate, of Alexandria, Ind., "andpraise could hardly get any sleep.* 1 had consumption so bad that if I walked a block I would cough frightfully and spit blood, but, when all other medicines failed, three $1.00 bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery wholly me and I gained fifty eight pounds." It' absolutely guaranteed to cure coughs, colds, la grippe, bron chitis and all throat and lung troubles. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free at all druggists. $ $ ##4 i-#4 TRUNKS. $10.00 Trunks 7.50 6.00 5.00 9.00 Suit Cases 7.50 5.00 4.00 3\00 HtaB^W1 Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Ten Years of Suffering, tf "I wish to say a few words in of Chamberlian's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy," says Mrs. Mattie Burge, of Mar tinsville, Va. "I suffered from chronic diarrhoea for ten years and during that time tried vari ous medicines without obtaining any permanent relief. Last sum mer one of my children was taken with cholera morbus, and I pro cured a bottle of this remedy. Only two doses were required to give her relief. I then decided to try the medicine myself, and did not use all of one bottle be fore I was well and I have never since been troubled with that complaint. One cannot say too much favor of that wonderful medicine." This remedy is for sale at Barker's Drug store. Nothing can be better than the bestMark's lung Balsam is the best. THOS. JOHNSON, Contractor and Builder. Can do your fine work and your coarse work, will do it prompt ly and at right prices. SEE US BEFORE YOU BUILD. 1001 Minnesota Avenue. Ot W W T' *0 "I Mount Mellick Embroidery, to am Mexican Drawn Work and and Teneriffe Lace *& specialty 2 to 4 TEACHER OF Art Embroidery AND Fine Needle Work. CITY HOTEL REDUCING SALE! Twenty-five per cent off on our entire stock of Men's Clothing, Boys' Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Ctc. 10c each ARROW BRAND COLLARS 10c each Twenty-Five per cent means the following prices: SHOES. ^4.00 Ralston Shoes' $3.00 3.50 Shoes 2.65 3.00 2.25 2,50 1.88 2.00 1.50 1.50 Canvas Shoes 1.13 1.00 .75 .75 .57 $8.00 5.63 4.50 3.75 6.75 5.63 3.75 3.00 2.25 1.87 1.50 .75 .57 .50 4 2.50 2.00 1.00 Telescopes .75 .60 The balance stock of Straw .50 and Furnishing GOODS. $3 00 Shirts $2.25 2.50 11.88 2.00 1.50 1.50 1.13 1.00 .75 .75 .57 .50 .371 2.00 Underwear 1.50 1.50 1.13 1.00 .75 .75 .57 ^.50 374- ,.50 Fancy Hose .37i .25 .19 .10 Sox, 4 pairs .25 All 50c Neckwear, 37i cents. All 25c Neckwear, 19 cents. I.lMEYER5^CO:rAKfcH1 Next to First National Bank, Third Street. 'Hats will be sold as follows: $2-00 hats JplOO rj$L00 hats Oi) CCIllS Clothiers. ^**w^***^^^^^^w**w^w ^3s* -BEE- J. H.^CroucK FOR Cement Sidewalk, Curbstone, "f Carriage Blocks, Cellar Bottoms, Ete. PHONE 92. R. MARTIN Leading Painter and Decorator. Now Located on Fourth Street, Two Doors West of City Hall. All Orders PromptlyAttendedto Fine Art Wall Paper Fresco Painting Willits & Cahill. $ Loans Rentals Real Estate Insurance Conveyancing Pioneer Real Estate Office of Bemidji.i There is no lever so powerful as plain and simple factsMark's Lung Balsam will cure your cough. vP^S^ %9 SPECIAL! All of our' RALSTON Four Dollar Shoes $3.00 --JS 4* ^3 $ i^ 53* 4 Hats the best Three Dollar Hat* in the country si 9* SCI