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Prices are the
lowest in.
Up to Date
Merchandise
showing
of
S 5c i
Tokay Grapes, per lb
15c
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Thi^
WM. McCUAIG
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THE BERMAN
EMPORIUM..
New Fall Suits
Also the most excellent patterns in
Dress Goods and Trimmings
Warner Rust-Proof Corsets.
Watermelons, extra fine,
S 20c, 25c, 30c I
Cantaloupes,
1
\pples, per peck,
30c
B
Theat- Grill
THE CITY
Go to Hakkerup for photos
P. O. Sibley returned last night
to Sol way.
Watch for our crockery ad
W. G. Schroeder.
H. Congdon arrived this
morning from Blackduck.
Nothing can be better than the
bestMark's lung Balsam is the
best
Commissioner A O Jonn^on
is in the city today from Turtle
River.
Complete line of Juvs for the
fall or 1904 at the Borman Em
pormm.
Attorney I W. Langaard of
Blackduck is renewing acquain
tances in Beimd]i todav.
There is no lever so powerful
as plain and simple factsMark's
Lung Balsam will cure your
cough.
John McCuaig, who was ic
cently injured in an accident at
the Crookston mill, is eportod
as somewhat better.
Chas Carter, and A Stevens
left to day for Cass Lake to look
after the interests of the tele
phone exchange in that city.
The new fall millinery at the
Berman Eraponum is of the
largest selection and most OK
quisito stvle Price* the lowest.
Jchn McA\oy has added an
improvement to his dray line
the shape of a patent piano mover
which prevents all accidents and
insures the safety of a piano
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Dress blues and browns are shades
for fall and winter. We have them
jr?^
Complete line
of
Fall
Underwear
all the
nobbiest styles
while being moved fiom one
place to another.
Harry Bliler loft for Cass Lake
this afternoon.
Watch for our crockery ad.
W G. Schroeder.
Fred Jordon went to Grand
Rapids this afternoon.
John McDougald of Blackduck
is a Bemidji visitor today.
I E E McDonald is a Cass Lake
visitor today on legal business
A. P. White was a passenger
for Cass Lake on the noon train
George Draper of Nebish its
transacting business in the city
today.
One drunk appeared in police
court this morning and received
a fine.
A. M. Crowell, the Turtle River
attorney, is spending the day in
Bemld]i.
Mrs. P. O Sibley arnved in
the city today for a short visit
with relatives.
A dance will be given at the
Grill hall Thursday night by the
Hiawatha club.
Dan Rose, the Northome hun
ter, is shaking hands with friends
in the city today.
Why balance on the \erge ot
consumption when Mark's Lung
Balsam will cure.
Get the National policyit
covers ALL H. Peo, agent,
office at Brinkman hotel.
Sergeant Witte and A T.
Wheelock made a business trip
to Cass Lake this afternoon.
K. Rack returned this morn
ing from Tenstrike and left
the noon tiaia tor Minneapolis
Win Polke left this morning
for Lakeport, from where he ui'l
go to Lake George oa a cruising
trip.
H. E Anderson loft this morn
ing for Hackensack where he
will spend a couple of days bass
fishing.
Petitions are now being circu
lated by candidates who intend
to run on the independent ticket
this fall.
Mrs. P. J. Shepard and L.
Wilcox arrived in the city yester
day from Minneapolis for a visit
at the home of their mother,
Mrs. D. Wilcox.
Simons returned last
night to his home at Red Lake
Palls after a trip up the north
line in the interests of his can
didacy for representative.
Mrs. VanClaye passed through
the city yesterday enroute to
Anoka from Battle River, where
she has spent some time at the
nc
yo WPPIT
We are showing a complete line of Silks 45c to $1.45
per yard.
Kid Gloves.The Nilsson Gloves e-\ ery pair warranted
all shades.
Underwear.This department is full of bargains see 'em.
Ladies' Shoes.The "Queen Quality" is the best.
A complete line of Men's, Boys' and Children's Shoes
the best.
Outings, 5c and up.
GROCERIES.
A complete line of '-Home" brand the best.
Fruits of all kinds.
We close 7:30 p. m., except Mill Pay Days & Saturdays
Yours for Good Goods,
I ours io uoo Goods
:UAIG WM. McCVXlt I
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looking for in the way of a Fall
Dress Trimmingsany kindany shadeat McCuaig's.
This Week
home of her mother, Mrs. Peter
Tenn Enoch.
Henry Funkley went to Cass
Lake this afternoon
Watch for our crockery ad.
W G. Schroeder.
Ed Trask is transacting busi
ness at Cass Lake today
Kornann of Chicago is in the
city the guest of I. Meyer.
"V\ Blocker and John Wil
mann left this morning for Red
Lake.
Thos. Joy of Northern town
ship, is renewing acquaintances
in Bemidji today.
Mrs ,7. W. Stafford returned
this afternoon from a visit in
Fosston with friends and rela
tives.
Mrs R. A. McCuaig arrived in
the city this morning from Ten
strike and is spending the day
herewith relatives.
Mrs. P. J. Russell and two
children returned last night
from Drayton, N D. where they
have visited with friends and
relatives for the past week.
J. W. Speelman, Postmaster
Sorenson and John Morrisan of
Buena Vista, arrived in the city
this morning and left on the noon
train tor Cass Lake, where they
have land business to transact.
Sheriff Bailey conducted a
foreclosure sale at the front door
of the court house this morning,
the property sold being a quarter
section of land in township 149 39.
The consideration was $233 75.
Jgt will be a treat to examine
the new fall line of waists and
skirts which exceeds anything
ever brought to Bemidji in vast
ness ot variety, styles and low
prices. The Berman Emporium.
Erne Solberg, one of the first
residents of Bemidji. but at pres
ent in the retail liquor business at
Fosston, passed through the city
this afternoon enroute for Cass
Lake, wheie he has business
before the land office.
Meet Tonight.
A regular meeting of the local
aerie of Eagles will be held at their
hall ton lght A number of appli
cations for membership will be
transacted.
Killed Chickens.
A dog entered the chicken coop
of H. LeT31eu last night and killed
six of the choicest of the flock.
Mr. Le Bleu is looking for the
transgressor todav and states
that should he be fourd it will
fare ill with him.
Grand Opening.
A grand opening of Elmer
Glidden's new saloon at Nymore
will be held Friday night. The
place has been thoroughly over
hauled and the dancing hall on
the second floor will be dedicated
by a dance Saturday night.
Has Sold a Pile of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy.
I have sold Chamberlains Cough
Remedy for more than twenty
years and it has given entire sat
isfaction. I have sold a pile of it
and can recommend it highly.
Joseph McElhiney, Linton, Iowa.
You will find this remedy a good
friend when troubled with a cold
or cough. It always affords quick
relief and is pleasant to take.
For sale by Barker's drug store.
Will Organize.
A business man of Crookston
was in the city yesterday and
conferred with a number of
members of the local aerie of
Eagles. The gentleman stated
that there were at present abotft
seyenty-five members of the or
der in his city and they expected
to organize an aerie in the near
future. The working team of
the Bemidji lodge will be present
at the organization.
Emergency Medicines.
It is a great convenience to
.have at hand reliable remedies
for use in cases of accident and
and for slight injuries and ail
ments. A good liniment and one
that is fast becoming a favorite
if not a household necessity is
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. By
applying it promptly to a cut,
bruise or burn it allays the pain
and causes the injury to heal in
about one third the time usually
required, and as it is an antisep
tic it prevents any danger of
blood poisoning. When Pain
Balm is kept at hand a sprain
may be treated before the in
flamation sets in, which insures
a quick recovery. For sale by
Barker's drug store.
1
Tips of the Tongue
John Gibbons "Real estate
is beginning to move. Yester
day I sold a number of lots in
the city to persons intending to
erect residences and it can be
confidently stated that during
the fall months Bemidji will en
joy another building boom."
1
M. E Ibertson:"Bemidji seems
to me a little more quiet at the
present than at this season last
year, but I suppose the reason
for this is on account of the gen
eral election. I have not lost
faith in Bemidji, however, and
think it has the best future be-
foreMt of any town in northern
Minnesota."^ &
TzEHA
In July, 1883, I began to break out with
Eczema on my head, legs and arms, and
began treatment with local doctors, but
did not get much relief. They said the dis
ease had become chronic. I then quit them
and tried various ointments and soaps for
another two years, but as soon as cold
weather came I was as bad off as ever, so I
finally decided to let medicine alone, and
for twelve or thirteen years did nothing
towards curing the Eczema, except bath
ing. This seemed to do about as much
good as anything I had tried.
During the time I lost about one-half of
my hair. I began S. S. S. doubtful of a
cure, because the disease had run so long,
but soon discovered your medicine was
doing me good, and continued to take it.
I used seven bottles, when I was com
pletely cured, not having a single spot on
my body, which before was almost com
pletely covered. F. NORFOLK.
1017 Hackberry St., Ottumwa, la.
The head, feet and hands are usually
the parts affected, though the disease ap
pears on other parts of the body. While ex
ternal applications allay the itching and
burning temporarily, it is the acids thrown
off by the blood that cause the irritation
and eruptions upon the skin. The acids
must be neutralized and the system cleans
ed of all humors and poisons before the
S^^ cure is permanent.
4P^ S. S. S. is guaran
1 teed entirely free
& of Potash, Arsenic
A. and other miner-
als. Book on the
vk skin and its dis
eases sent free.
^^V Medical advice
'jBF furnished free.
The Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga.
BUENA VISTA,
We have a good attendance at
our school now
John A. Mitchell was home
from Kelliher for a few days.
Wild red plums are very plen
tiful this part of Minnesota.
We are baying btautiful
weather ft this time ot the
year.
Mr. Mitchell has some very
large potatoes. This is a good
vegetable country.
Master Birt Greenfield gave a
birthday party to a few of his
playmates on the 9th.
Mr. Maltr 1 de of this town hrs
greatly improved his hotel by
papering and painting it on the
inside.
Miss Tda Mitchell of Bemidji
spent a week with her sister-in
law at Buena Vista. She intends
going to Alberta soon to reside
with her aunt, Mrs. Peter Mack
lewham.
We had services here on the
11, as tht Rev Mr Evans did
not come the 4th. It seems like
living in an unsettled country
not to have church and Sunday
school every Sunday.
In Praise of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
"Allow me to give you a few
words in praise of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy," says Mr. John Ham
lett, of Eagle Pass, Texas. -'1
suffered one week with bowel
trouble and took all kinds of
medicine without getting any re
lief, when my friend. C. Johnson
a merchant here, advised me to
take this remedy. After taking
one dose I felt greatly relieved
and when I had taken the third
dose was entirely cured. I thank
you from the bottom of my heart
for putting this great remedy in
the hands of mankind. For sale
by Barker's drug store.
Annual Fall Excursions to Detroit,
Buffalo Intermediate Points.
On September 11, 13, 16 and
18, the Duluth, South Shore
& Atlantic Ry, will have tickets
on sale to Detroit and interme
diate points and return at rate of
$12.00 To Cleveland and return,
$13.50 To Buffalo and return,
$14 00, via the Duluth, South
Shore & Atlantic Ry to St Ignace.
connecting there with the ever
popular Detroit & Cleveland Nav
igation Co, steamers. Final return
limits for the first excursion,
September 30 second excursion,
October 3 third excursion, Oc
tober 7, and fourth excursion Oc
tober, 10.
For full particulars, sleeping
car or stateroom reservation, ap
ply to, Mart Ad son, General
Agent, 430 Spalding Hotel Block.
Duluth, Minn.
Looking for Criminals.
Special Agent Britt of the
Great Northern railway arrived
in the city last night Mr. Britt
is here on an important case for
the railway company but at this
time cannot divulge its nature.
He will remain in the city for
several days,
"YOUR MONEY IS
NO GOOD"
and will be jefunded to you if after ua
in& half a bottle of
-THE FAMOUS
MATT.J.JOHNSOHS
608S
RHEUMATISM and
MBLOOD CURE
you are not satisfied with results.
This4 our guarantee which goes.witb
every bottle,
For SaU and Guaranteed Only by
A. GIIilgra(pgi
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BRUNSWICK-BALKE Billiard Hall.
L. J. MATHENY. Prop.
11
Fine Line of Cigars & Tobaccos
Bemidji, Minn.
Willits & Cahill.
Loans
Rentals
Real Estate
Insurance
Conveyancing
Pioneer Real Estate Office
A of Bemidji.
{CANDIDATES Jjj For Nomination at the Primary JjJ
\ki Election to be held Sep't 20. 1904., 4*
For Judge of Probate,
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for 1 lie Republican nomination for Judge of
Probate of Beltrami countj, and respectf ull\
solicit the support of the voters at the pn
man election Sept 20
Having served Beltrami countj in that
capacity the past two veais to the best
of my abihtj, I piomise the same careful and
painstaking management of that office if le
elected Respectfully.
ll)04
M. A. CLARK.
For Treasurer.,
1 heieby announce myself as a candidate
for nomination as county treasurer at the re
publicafn
primailes to be
helddSeptember
20,
I nominated and electe I pledge my
self to a couiteous, faithful and economical
dischaige of the duties of the office
O. H. FRENCH.
I hereby announce mj self as a candidate
foi the office of countj tie isuier, subject to
the decision of the voters of Beltiami countj.
atthepnmarj election on September 20 J904
In the event of m\ being nominated and
elected I pledge mjself to dischaige the
duties of the office in a courteous mannei
and respectfullj solicit the support of my
paitj and friends
RICHARD LEET.
For Countj Commissioner.
Iheiebj announce mjself as a candidate
for county commissioner from the Touith
Commissioner district and solicit the nomma
1 ion at the hands of the repuolican voters at
the primaries .September 20 If nominated
and elected I shall use eveu endeavor to
promote the interests of the distuct
C. O. QLIDDEN.
For Superintendent of Schools.
I hoiebj announce myself as a candidate
for the ofhee of superintendent of schools of
Beltrami countj subject to the decision of
the republican voters of the county at the
primaiv election Septembei 20, 1X) I ha^e
had a large e\penence as a teacher in the
public schools of Minnesota and &iouth Dakota
ha^e sei%ed as a member of various school
boaids and have for years kept in close touch
with educational progiess If nominated and
elected I pledge mjself to a faithful dis
chaige of the duties of the office and to the
advancement of education Beltrami
countj
D. H. CONGDON.
I heieby announce myself as a candidat
foi the nomination as superintendent of
schools of Beltiami county subject to the de
cision of the Republicans of the county at the
pihnaiy etection. Septembei 20,1904,
Believing that I am well fitted bv educa
tion and expenence to discharge the duties
of the position to jvhich I aspue I solicit the
support of all who earnestly desire the bet
teiment of the schools of the county and
case I am nominated and elected I pledge
myself to the faithful discharge of the duties
of the office,
H. n. EDMUNDS.
To the voters of Beltrami countj
I In leby announce my candidacy for the
office of superintendent of schools subject to
the decision of the Republican voteis at the
primal election
In the event of my being nominated and
elected I pledge mj self to a faithful and
courteous discharge of the duties of the office
and respectfullj solicit the suppoit of my
party and fuends.
Respectfully yours,
J. J. REGAN.
For Register of Deeds.
I announce mv candidacy for nomination
as register of deeds of Beltrami countj* sub
ject to the decision of the lepublican voters
of the countj at the primary election In
case I am nominated and elected I pledge
mj self to a faithful and courteous discharge
of the duties of the office and I solicit the
votes of all republicans who believe that the
office should be conducted for the public
good
J. O. HARRIS.
For County Attorney.
I herebj announce to the voters of Beltrami
county that I desire a renommation as" Coun
ty Attorney of this counts, and respectfully
solicit their suppoit at the primaries on Sep't
10 If I have the honor of being their choice
again foi this impoitant office, I promise in
the future as in the past, to use mj best ef
foi ts for the welfare of the county and its
taxpayers,and will do all in mj pojvei to give
an honest and ecoribmical admmistration.and
believe that with the added experience of the
past two years, I can serve the public even
better in the future than in the past
Respectfully yours
H. J. LOUD.
I am a candidate for the republican nom
ination as countj* attorney and I solicit the
vote of all republicans at the primau elec
tion for that office If nominated and elected
I will administer the office of countj* attor
ney soley for the "best interests of the people
of Beltrami county without regard to class
or condition
JOHN F. GIBBONS.
For Auditor.
I herebj* announce mj*self as a candidate
for the countj auditor sjbject to the decision
of the lepublican voters at the primary elec
tion September 20 If nominated and elected
I pledge myself to a faithful and impartial
dischaige of duties of the office
JOHN WILMANN.
For Representative.
I am a candidate for the republican nomi
nation for representative from the blst dis
trict and earnestly solicit the votes of the
people of Beltrami. (leaf water and Red Lake
counties I stand-rfor drainage, good roads
and the re-election of Senator Clapp
LEWIS L. MAYLAND.
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for Sheriff.
I hei 6by announce myself as candidate for
the office of sheriff, subject to the will of the
voteis of Beltrami county at the geneial
election to be held on Tuesdaj November 8
1004 If elected I promise to discharge the
duties of the office in a careful, painstaking
and courteous manner.
THOS BAILEY
Macalester College.
Several Courses of Study.
Numerous Mectives. Best of in
structions in MusiaandElocution,
Free scholarship, for "one year for
first honor graduates of high
schools. lUxpenset^very low.
Opens September 14/*Catalogues
sent free on application. Maca
lester College, St. Paul, Min^
ft^|Ammunition,
I Bemidji Mercantile Co
4* i
eg We have just received another carload of
Majestic
FLOUR
4* This Flour is made from the best of North
Dakota Hard Wheat and is the most satisfac
tory Flour that we can procure. We guaran-
JL tee it in every respect.
4* For Cakes and Pastry Work use
..Iglehart's Swan's Down Cake Flour..
It is the Very Best.
BEMIDJ I MERCANTIL E CO
fr f* *f *f* f *f f 4s
4s
YOUR TRADE SOLICITED
Grove's Pepsin Coffee
The only Headache Remedy which does not weaken the heart.
Price 10 cents and 2 5 cents per bottle.
CASH PAID FOR DRY SNAKE ROOT.
CITY DRUG STOUE
THE PIONEER. DRUG STORE OF BEMIDJI.
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DR. F. E. BRINKMAN,
CHIROPRACTIONFR.
OFFICE HOURS: 10 a. m. to Noon, and 1 to 5:30 p. m.
OfficeSWEDBACK BUILDING.
Are Chiropractic Adjustments the same a.s Osteopath Treatments?
No. The Chiropractic and the Osteopath both aim to put in place
that which, is out of place, to ri?ht that which 1B wrong but the Path-
ology Diagnosis, Prognosis and Movements are entirely different.
One of my patients, Mr. W. A. Casler, has taken both Chiropractic
and Osteopoth treatments. The Chiropractic is ten times more direct
in the adjustments and the results getting health ten times more thor-
ough in one tenth of the time than an Osteopath would.
GAME--BIRDS--sarf:Lr
Hj Chickens, Sep. 1 to Nov. 1 Wild Ducks, any variety, Sep. 1 to Dec. 1.
And we wish to tell you that we have a full line of
AMMUNITION
Not at cut prices, but as cheap as it can be sold at a
living profit.
12-gauge, Black Powder Loaded Shells, at 50c
10- 60c
12- Semi-smokeless
10- t(V" 65c
12- Dupont Smokeless 65c
10- Ideal 85c
12- 'Leader 75
12- Ideal 75e
A full line'of Guns and Rifles also Metallic
Powder, Shot, Primers, Empty^f
^^Shells. Remember we carry everthing ia^T^
f%Hardware at right prices:
M. Malzahn & Co.
1 Phone 57. Markham Block.
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HENR BUENTHER
Naturalist and Taxidermist
ao8 Second St. Postofflce Box No. 686
BEMIDJI, MINN.
BIRDS, WHOLE ANIMALS, FISH, FUR RUOS 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
FURS in season bought.
I guarantee my work mothproof and
the most lifelike of any in the state
MY WORK IS EQUALLED BY
FEW, EXCELLED BY NONE
A Deposit Required on All Work
$* *f*
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55c
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