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i. WM. McCUAIG 9 A A A A A 4 A A A A "T- HHMHHIHMMUMH Closing Out Sale of LADIES' TAILOR-MAD E SUITS, Silk Jackets, and Shirt JJ Waist Suits. Wm Also Our Entire Line of WAISTS. WASH GOODS, CURTAINS. AN MILLINERY. ...BERMA N EMPORIUM.. Next Door to Postollice. Pears Peaches Lemons Oranges Bananas AM PIinns Cherries Apricots antelopes Watermelons -at- The Grill ftS-H -2 -33 -5-5T? -S^ -2 -s^^ 5 2 THE CITY Go to Hakkerup for photos. Midnight din nor at the Palace Cafe tonight. Louis Bennington went to Northome last night. The best is the cheapest. Ives ice cream at Peterson. Mrs. M. D. Stoner was a vis itor at Blackduck last night. Midnight dinner at the Palace Cafe ready every night at 11:30. Nothing can be better than the bestMark's lung Balsam is the best. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Getchell returned this morning from Tenstrike. Hereafter the Palace Cafe will serve a special midnight dinner every night. Clyde J. Pryor, of the Pioneer, returned last night from atrip to Crookston. Why balance on the verge of consumption when Mark's .Lung Balsam will cure. Mr. and Mrs. George Wallace returned last night from a trip to Lake Plantaganet. The only pure and therefore wholesome ice cream the Ives. Served at Peterson's parlor. The local baseball team went to Fosston this afternoon to play a game with the Fosston team. A letter received from Itasca lake says that the camping party which went there from Bemidji Sunday are having a very pleas ant time. Cool off at Peterson's ice cream parlor. P. H. McGarry came up from Walker last night, C. E. Albranb made a business trip to Tenstrike last night. Wm. Blakely, the Farley log ger, was a Bemidji visitor to day. Always a complete stock of the best fruit in the market at Peterson's., The Lady Maccabees gave a cinch party at the home of Mrs Knope this afternoon. George Tanner left this morn ing Little Falls, where he will visit friends and relatives. Ed. Straabe, a prominent farmer of Churches Ferry, N. D., is in the city visiting friends. Midnight dinner. Palace Cafe. Midnight dinner. Palace Cafe. Midnight dinner. Palace Cafe. Dr. Frederick Mitchell, of Euclid, was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Marcum last even ing. There is no lever so powerful as plain and simple factsMark's Lung Balsam will cure your cough. Chas. S wed back returned last night from a three days' cam paigning tour throughout the county. Mrs. Robert McCuaig spent yesterday in the city and re turned to her home at Tenstrike last night. All those interested in foot ball are requested to be present at a meeting to be held tonight at 7:30 at the city hall. Dr. Smith, the new dentist, is busy arranging his rooms in the Boston block and will be ready, to practice in the near. Two drunks appeared in Judge Reynold's court this morning and received sentences of ten days in the county jail. I have for sale a large amount of planed flooring, ceiling and di-mensjon stuff cheap. Anton Erickson, Rosby, Minn. Miss Bertha Remshardt re turned yesterday to her home at Crookston after a few days' visit with friends in the city. John McDonald went to North ome last night. He will spend several days cruising and esti mating pine near Northome. Nate Houghton, who has been employed at Christ Olson's bar for the past six months, returned last night from a trip to Northome and left last night for Inkster, N. TORE After taking stock we find we have many short lengths of Wool Dress Goods, Wash Goods, Prints, Ginghams, Ribbons, Em broideries, Laces and Muslin. Odds and Ends in almost Every Department. We want the room for our big Fall Stock which will be put on sale in a few weeks therefore you can buy all Remnants, Short Lengths, and Odds and Ends at a great bargain. You can see them on our Bargain Counters. See the bargains we offer in Men's and Ladies' Shoes. Men's Hats at a bargain. Men's Shirts, Jill sizes the 75c and 39 cents 15 |0 discount on Ladies' Muslin Underwear. GROCERIES. We are noted for keeping the freshest stock in the city. Nothing old ever goes out of our store as fresh, r:" We close 7:30 p. m., except Mill Pay Days & Saturdays .00 kind yours for 4 WM. McCUAIG 4 D., where he will be engaged in harvesting. Chas. Carter is in the city to day from Tenstrike. C. W* Sawyer, of Park Rapids, is visiting in the city. P. L. Divereaux is in the city today from Park Rapids.' R. E. White, of Duluth, is reg istered at the Markh.tui. August Backer of Spau]cling is spending the day in Bemidji. George W. Scott, the lumber man, is registered at the Mark ham. A. R. Erickson, the Rosby merchant, is a caller in the city today. Jac i I ii a i ved in the citypersistent yesterday from up north, where he has had charge of a drive. Miss ,m i-!zen left for E&gle Bend, wiit-re .she will visiL with friends r,:!aiiv^s for a few days. Dr. Dodcis lei', last night for Northome, where he will assist in organizing a church for that city. A Lirge black bear was killed Monday by George Fleming, one of a party who are camped at Lake Itasca Mrs. George Reynolds re turned today from a three week's visit- at Fergus Fails and other Minnesota points. I have for sale a large amount of planed flooring, ceiling and dimension stuff cheap. Anton Erickson, Rosby, Minn. S. A. Shupe and family returned to their home at Water town S D., this morning, after a few days' visit with the family of J.J. Ellis. Mrs. Fred Wallace and family and Mrs. Van Camp, Drayton, N. D., are in the city for a visit with friends. They will remain here for six weeks. J. H. Cororan, a student at the university of Minnesota, went to Cass Lake this afternoon to file on a valuable stone and timber claim near Northome Mrs. C. Rostron and Mrs. C. S. Whitelaw have returned to their home in Minneapolis, after a pleasant visit with their sister, Mrs. Doud, at Diamond Point. I have for sale several tracts of government land that may betional entered as homesteads. Some timber and good farming land in 40, 80 or 100 acre lots. M. E. Thurston. Superintendent Carrol, who had charge of the summer school in Bemidji, returned this morn ing from Northome, whore he has been looking after his realty holdings in that vicinity. Louis Roy, the clever catcher of the Bemidji base ball team, who injured his finger in a game some time ago, says that it is doubtful whether he can play any more ball during the present season. C. H. Woodward has papered and painted his building on Third street and it will be occupied August 15 by alius Dahl, of Superior, who will open up the Bemidji Brewing Co.'s Head eruarters saloon. A carload of live beef was remade ceived by the City Meat market yesterday from Detroit, Minn. On account of the strike, no beef can be secured from the packing houses and it is necessary to purchase home grown beef. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Miles, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McCulloch,- Mr. and Mrs. R, E. Miller, Miss Lottie Miller, Master Clarence "Welch and Mr. Pete Larkin left yesterday for Lake George, where they will spend a week fishing for black bass. I have for sale a large amount of planed flooring, ceiling and dimension stuff cheap. Anton Erickson, Rosby, Minn. Conference Tomorrow. Presiding Elder Dodds of the M. E. church was in the citylast evening on his way to Blackduck to hold conference. He will re turn tomorrow morning and con ference will be held in the M. E. church tomorrow evening. nnp Barbers Take Notica. The Minnesota State Examin ing Board of Barber will hold a public examination-of barbers in the city of Bemidji, Beltrami county on August 16, 1904, bemedical tween the hours of 9 a. m. and 5 p. m. at L. G. Oothers' barber shop. Applicants must bring tools and be prepared to do work in all branches of its trade. G. H. BECKEK, Secretary. Taken With Cramps. Wm. Kirmse, a member of the bridge gang working near Little port was taken suddenly ill Thursday night with cramps and a kind of cholera. His case was so severe that he had to have the members of the crew wait upon him and Mr. Gifford was called and consulted. He told them he had a medicine in the form of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy that he thought would help him out and accordingly several doses were administered with the result that the fellow was able to be around next day. The incident speaks quite highly of Mr. -Gifford's medicines.Elkader, Iowa, Ar gus. This remedy never fails. Keep it in your home, it may save life. For sale at Barker's Drug Store. one S personal appearance. pie and those whose blood is contaminated and taint ed with the germs and poi so" o~ malaria or some pre- nn NE W SHO E STORE Exclusive Shoe House Will Be Opened in Bemidji In September. Mr. E. S. Straws of Minneap olis is in the city today and has arrangements for opening an exclusive shoe house in Be midji early in September. Mr. Straws has rented store room of the Swedback block next north of the Bemidji Merchantile com pany and workmen this morning began fitting the room with shelving. Mr. Straws will leave tomorrow for the east where he will purchase his stock and will return in about two weeks to complete arrangements for open ing the store. He has investi gated various locations through out the northwest and is con vinced that Bemidji has a future which will make an exclusive shoe house a paying venture. RADIU Red River Valley Physician Sec ond in State to Secure the Precious Metal. Dr. H. W. Smith, of Crookston, is the possessor of a milligram of radium, the recently discovered metallic elnment which is coming into quite general use in the profession on account of its curative properties in certain classes of diseases. Radium is one of the rarest of elements, it being estimated that the world's supply does not exceed two and a half ounces. For this reason it is held at a fabulous "price. Dr. Smith is the. second member of the medical profession in the state to secure a small portion of the substance and he is applying it successfully in the treatment of one of his patients who is afflicted with cancer. The doctor is unable as yet to foretell the ultimate outcome of the treat ment but feels much encouraged from the progress thus far made. The medical profession through out the world is experimenting in the use of radium and it is hoped that the resulcing discov eries will be a great benefit to mankind as the use of the ray has been. TOO 1 LATE TO^CLASSIFY. Chroni Soresj WANTEDTwo furnished rooms for light house keeping. No children. Apply, R. Edwards, Remore Hotel. n^tJnn nl^arc A Constan Drai& i OcHlliy UlCCrS Upo the System Nothing is a source of so much trouble as an ol4 sore or ulcer, pa| ticularly when located upon the lower extremities where the circulation is weak and sluggish. A gangrenous eating ulcer upon the leg is a frightful sight, and,as the poison burrows deeper and deeper into the tissues beneath and the sore continues to spread, .one can almost see the flesh melting away and feel the strength going out with the sick- ening discharges. Great running sores and deep offensive ulcers often develop from a simple boil, swollen gland, bruise or pimple, and are a threatening danger always, because while all such sores are not can- cerous, a great many are, and this should make you suspicious of all chronic, slow-healing ulcers and sores, particularly if cancer runs in your family. Face sores are common and cause the greatest annoy- ance because they are so Wheeling, W.Va., May 28,1903. and unsightly Bom vious sickness, are the chief scribed occurred. sufferers from chronic sores ir A, PIPE DREA Railway Officials Claim That They Have Heard Nothing Of Proposed Changes. Regarding the story to the ef fect that the Minnesota & Interna would put on a night train the railway officials in Bemidji claim they have heard nothing and say that should the company have entertained such a proposi tion they undoubtedly would ask their agents as to the advisability of the move before making the change. Another* story to the effect that the M. & I, would ex tend its line from Brainerd to Little Palls is also declared a pipe dream by the officials. years ago while at work,! fell over a truck and detract so much from and severely injured both of my shins. My blood anoearanre became poisoned as a result, and the doctor told wui na vuep Middle aged and old peo- if theyo closed the resulsores inrould. be fatal Un der this disoouraging report.& left off their treat ment and resorted to the use of S. S. S. Its effects were prompt and gratifying. It took only a short while for the medicine to cu^e up the sores, and I am not dead as the doctor intimated I would be, neither have the sores ever broken out again, and i running for life, and. that- 4-Ut* ~ui^c some 12 years have elapsed since what I have de- SP^-J$ W' Oare Schmulbach Brewing Co.. and,ulcers, while the blood remains in an unhealthy polluted condition, and the sore will continue to grow and spread in spite of washes and salves, for the sore is the outward sign of some constitutional disorder, a bad condition of the blood and system, which local remedies cannot cure. A blood pu- rifier and tonic is what you needsomething to cleanse the blood, quicken the circulation and invigorate the constitution, and S. S. S. is just such a remedy. It counteracts and removes from the blood all the impurities and poisons, and grad ually builds up the entire system and when the blood has been purified the healmgprocess begins and the ulcer or sore is soon entirely gone. S. S. S. contains no mineral or poisonous drugs of any description, but is guaranteed purely vegetable, a blood purifier and tonic combined and a safe and permanent cure for chronic sores and ulcers. If you have a slow-heal- ing sore of any kind, external or internal, write us about it, and our physicians will advise you without charge. Book on ''The Blood and Its Diseases free. THE SWIFT SPEC/FIG GO., ATLANTA, GA* -FOR Cement Sidewalk, Curbstone, Carriage Blocks, Cellar Bottoms, Etc. PHONE 92. ^yyyyy^yyy^y^MwywyM^**^' R. MARTIN Leading Painter and Decorator. Now Located on Fourth Street, Two Doors West of City Hall. All Orders Promptly Attended to Fine Art Wall Paper Fresco Painting TH0S. JOHNSON, Contractor and Builder. Can do your fine work and your coarse work, will do it prompt ly and at right prices. SEE S BEFORE YOU BUILD. 1001 Minnesota Avenue. MISS ROSE DICKINSON, TEACHER MUSIC 919 Bemidji Avenue Willits & Cahill. Loans Rentals Real Estate Insurance $* 4* 4* 4* 4 4* I,UNIIS orvvT'yy'yy ^r-T' Mount Mcllick Embroidery, 9 to am Mexican Drawn Work and and TenerilFe Lace a specialty. 2 to 4 Mrs. Jess Freestone, TEACHER OF Art Embroidery AND Fine Needle Work. CITY HOTEL 4* 4* 43 -iO -SEE- J. H. Crouch. 4 Conveyancing 1 '^A Pioneer Real Estate Office Bemidji. A PICNIC Deviled Ham Potted Ham Roast Beef Sliced Beef Chipped Beef Luncheon Beef Boneless Turkey Boneless Chicken Hamburger Steak with Onions *f* "f* *$h *& 4* *fs^s*l I MOWERS, A Is not a success unless you have something to eat Wl have just received a shipment of fresh Canned Meats andean assist in preparing your lunch. Deviled Shrimps^. Pickled Shrimps Lunch Tongue if$ Potted Tongue Imported Sardines I I earnestly invite yon to come, see and examine for yourself-my-.advantages and success. I am responsible to you for what I represent. I court honest, earnest and sincere investigation, and will be only too glad to show all interested and candid thinking people what I am doing in re lieving suffering humanity. i Mustard Sardines Canned Pork and Beans BEMIDJI MERCANTIL E CO I DR. F. E. BRINKMAN, CHIROPRACTIONFR. OFFICE HOURS: 10 a. m. to Noon, and 1 to Oflice-SWEDBACK BUILDING. Canned Lobster 208 Second St. Postoffice Box No. 686 BEMIDJI, MINN. BIRDS, WHOLE ANIMALS. FISH, FUR RUGS AND ROBE5 and GAME HEADS mounted to order and for sale. I carry at all times a good assortment of INDIAN RELICS and CURIOS, FUR GARMENTS made to order, repaired and remodeled FUR5 in season bought. I guarantee my work mothproof and the most lifelike of any in the state MY WOR IS EQUALLED BY PEW, EXCELLED BY NONE A Deposit Required on All Work YOUR TRADE SOLICITED -^-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^i Grove'sPepsinCoffee The only Headache Remedy which does not weaken the heart. Price 10 cents and 2 5 cents per bottle. CASH PAID FORDRY SNAKE ROOT. CITY DRUG STORE THE PIONEER, DRUG STORE O BEMIDJI. VVVWVVVVVVVI'VVVVVVTV'rV+VV'V "Make Hay While the Sun Shines." But before buying your Hay-Mak jp| ing Implements, remember that |F. M. MHLZHHN & C0li PI Carry a full Tine of -::w:i:: RAKES, and all other Implements for making hay. rV F. M, Malzahn Co. Subscribe for the Daily Pioneer Qrf&rJi 9 4 s#,(!fi# HENR BUENTHER Naturalist and Taxidermist "Si t$ 3 4 4 til) 4 ~fc"^?