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Fresh bulk Oysters direct
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$ A Quart.
Jjj You Pay for Oysters, Not Water
THE CITY
Go to Hakkerup for photos.
Wm. Blakely arrived from Far
ley this morning.
C. W. Bates of Alaska was a
visitor in the city yesterday.
Miss Eva White of Park Rapids
visited friends in the city over
Sunday.
Greatest opportunity over off
ered in dress goods and trim
mings at the Herman Emporium.
FOR SALE Straw! Straw!
Not straw for sale, but shoes by
Straw.
Bert Getcholl returned this
morning from a cruising trip in
the neighborhood of Blackduck.
For SaleShort mill wood, $2
per load: dry slabs, S2.'2o per
core), delivered. Crookston Lum
ber Co.
Deputy Auditor Moon returned
this morning from Blackduck,
where he spent Sunday with
friends.
Dr. J. A. L. WJIIman the eye
specialist of Minneapolis, is in
the city making his regular
monthly visit.
Money to LoanI am prepared
to handle all first class farm
loans promptlv. Call on or ad
dress T. J. Miller & Co. Bemklji.
Ed W arren, the Cass Lake ben
efactor, was in the city Saturday
night and renewed .acquaintances
with his many friends here.
J. O. Harris came down from
Tenstrike this morning to be
present at the contest against
him for the office of register of
deeds.
FOUNDThe place to buy
your shoes. Everything new and
up-to-date, quality and prices
right, and satisfaction guaranteed
at Straw's.
J. W. Irwin eft this morning
for Kabekona, where he will look
after a hoist which has been op
erated during the past summer
for the firm of Irwin & O'Brien
in hoisting logs out of Leech
lake.
C. C. Woodward, John McDon
ald and H. M. Edmunds, left last
night for Duluth, where the lat
ter two gentlemen will make final
proof upon their timber claims
located in the Vermillion coun
try.
Has a complete line of all the Up-to-Date Dress
Goods and Waistings and is selling them right.
Let us show you we can sell you a Fall Dress.
piece nothing better on the market
Only a few of those Skirts
.00 better ^et one.
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low prices
[PALACE
Ed Cornwall retnrned from
Blackduck this morning, where
he has spent a few days looking
up timber for the government.
WANTED 10,000 or more
people in this vicinity to know
that the best place to buy shoes
is at Straws, where shoes, and
shoes onlv are sold.
Dress TrimmingsWe think
we are showing? a line that
cannot be beaten.
All the best Prints, 5c per
aid at McCuaig's only.
Table LinensSee
gains at 50c
good value even at 65c per
yard.
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ShoesWe can fit anyone prices
the lowe.st See the bargains
we offer before buying else
where.
Ladies' Sweaters, all prices.
Angora Hoods, from $1.00 up
Toques and Tarns, from 50c up.
Remember that we have all new
goods they were bought close and we're selling them close
Yours for Bargains,
WM. McCUAIG WM. McCUAIGi
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Kaufman Overcoats
The Hanfman Overcoat, the finest ready-to-wear
coat on the market, all $22.50 coats, selling
out price
All $20.00 coats, selling out price 14.5 0
All $1S.0C) coats, selling out price 12.5 0
One lot of overcoats in the latest styles and color
ing, former price $9.50, selling out price 6.00
The Boss, $2 hat, best on the market, selling out price
$1.25
All of our other goods are sold at proportionally
Mill Cheeks Cashed Here
our har-
per yard a
HosieryOur stock is corn
all prices.
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Nothing can be better than the
bestMark's lung Balsam is the
best.'
A big reduction in under
wear and hoisery at the Berman
Emporium.
C. L. Carter and A. St. Marie
of Crookston spent Sunday in
Bemidji with triends.
Get the National policy it
covers ALL. H. C. Peo, agent,
office at Brink man hotel.
D. D. Boyles arrived in the city
Saturday night for a short visit
with his sister, Mrs. J. .Gable.
Dr. Tuomy of this city will
leave Oct. 18 for Grand Forks,
where he will attend the annual
meeting of the Red River Valley
Dental society.-
Thieves entered the wood shed
of C. R. Martin, Minnesota ave
nue, and secured an axe, a shovel
and a keg of wire nails. No clue
as to who committed the theft
has been developed.
"Doc" Rutledge, the Cass Lake
newspaperman-game warden,
passed through the city Satur
day night enroute for North Da
kota, where he will distribute a
large amount of advertising mat
ter in an effort to bring the lum
ber fraternity to Cass Lake.
A. C. Smith returned last
night from Grand Forks and
Fosston, where he has just com
pleted the erection of a number
of residences. Mr. Smith says
that there is much building going
on throughout the Red River val
ley and that part of the "country
is enjoying a small sized boom.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morse left
this morning for their old home
at Morristown, Minn., Mr.
Morse disposed of his residence
property on Lake Boulevard last
week to R. W. Hitchcock, who
will 4 ccupy the residence as soon
as some rep-ur^ ar made upon
the building. He contemplates
returning in the spring.
Dr. C. J. Larson, the
eye specialist, will
make his next visit to Bemidji,
October 22 and 23, Saturday and
Sunday. Dr. Larson continues
to make regular trips to Bemidji
each and every month. Dr. .Lar
son cannot be excelled in the ac
curacy of fitting glasses. His
skill has brought him the recom
mendation of the highest author
ities and of the medical men of
the northwest.
EYES
Goin Ou O Business
Our Entire Stock of Clothing, Shoes,
Hats arvd Ger\t*s Furnishings m\jist be
closed o\it R-ega^rdless of cost, a^s you
will see from the following prices:
$16.50
In our Shoe Department you will find what you want at the following
prices: A 6 Shoes, closing out price, $4.35 A $5 Shoes, closing out
price, $3.95 A $4 Shoes, closing out price, $2.85 All $3.50 Shoes,
closing out price, $2.60 All $3 Shoes, closing out price, $2.10 All
$2.50 Shoes, closing out price, $1,80
CLOTHIN
Kaufman Suits
The Kaufman suits beautifully tailored in all
the latest cuts and styles, in fact the finest
ready-to-wear garments made, all $25.00
suits, selling out price
All $22.50 suits,
All $20.00 suits,
All $16.50 suits,
All $12.00 suits, sailing out price
All $10.00 suits, selling out price
Patterson, $ 3 hat in all the latest styles and colors
ing out price
$2.2 5
Don't fail to take advantage of this great oppor-
tunity as this is a positively bona fide, closing
out sale. Everything must go.
Special fall millinery sale at
Berman Emporium.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Anderson of
Blackduck are visiting friends in
the city today.
J. P. Wallace of Pelican Rapids
was registered at the Markham
yesterday.
Largest selection in cloaks,
suits, waists and skirts at low
est prices at the Berman Empor
ium.
Mrs. F. Wilm arrived in the
city this morning for a visit at
the home of her son, John, who
is employed at the Pioneer.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Gould re
turned Sunday from a week's
visit at Thief River Falls and
Litchfield.
E. K. Anderson and Sheriff
Bailey returned Saturday night
from Stillwater, where they took
a prisoner. The best selected and most
complete line of popular priced
iadies' and childrens^ shoes at
Berman Emporium.
R. W. Reed and Harry Bliler
left this afternoon for Cass Lake,
where they will visit for a short
time with friends.
George Carr returned yester
day from North Dakota, where
he has spent the past six weeks
in the harvest fields.
A'baby girl was born this
morning to Mr. and Mrs.
Win.prevents
Krause, of Mill Park addition.
Both mother and child are doing
well.
F. A. Blakeslee returned last
night from Turtle River town
ship, where he quarantined a
number of houses for scarlet
fever. A number of cases were
in evidence but the spread of the
disease is thought to be stopped.
TOO, LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTEDPleasant rooms and
board in private family by
gentleman, wife and little bo*',
Address box 838/
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Best Remedy for Constipation.
f%"The finest remedy for. consbi
pation I ever used is Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
lets," says Eli Butler, of Frank
ville, N. Y. "They act gently
and without any unpleasant ef
fect, and leave j,he,,Jbowels in a
perfectly i^natural!!. condition."
Sold by Barker's Drng store.
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15.50 14.25 10.75
8.50
5.95
sell-
STORE!
WITHDRAW N
Attorney Gibbons Decides Not to
Prosecute Election Contest
For Attorney.
E. F. Crawford, who has been
attorney for the different candi
dates who contested the elections
held at Tenstrike and Port Hope
has given notice that the contest
of John F. Gibbons, who was a
preprimary candidate for county
attorney, has withdrawn and
that he will not appear to sup
port the claims made in the com
plaint. The contests of E. J.
S wed back for register of deeds
and of A. O. Johnson for commis
sioner will be heard by Judge
Spooner tomorrow forenoon at
10 o'clock, and Messrs. Danaher
and Harris will be asked to show
cause why the names of Swed
back and Johnson should not be
placed upon the official ballot at
the election in November.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
No one who is acquainted with
its good qualities can be sur
prised at the great popularity of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
It not only cures colds and grip
effectually and permanently, but
these diseases from re
sulting in pneumonia, It is also
a certain cure for croup. Whoop
ing cough is not dangerous when
this remedy is given. It con
tains no opium or other harmful
substance and may be given as
confidently to baby as to an adult.
It is pleasant to take. When all
these facts are taken into consid
eration it is not surprising that
people in foreign lands, as wfcll
as at home, esteem this remedy
very highly and very few are
willing to take any other after
I having once used it. For sale by
Barker's Drug Store.
Dr. J.Warninger^SSn^ I
\m Office in rear of Arcade RnmiJ
S Saloon. 4th St. 'Phone 50 DfSIIlIUjI
Owner of General Blackford, record
ft 2-.22H, who will make the season of 1904
S In Bemidji at a sei-vice fee of $20 Five
Dollars cash and $15 when ^he mare is
g|. known to be in foal. Don't fall to see
him before breeding your mares.
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Bemidji Mercantile Co.
We have just received another carload of
I Majestic*
IFLOUR
4* This Flour is made from the best of North
J* Dakota Hard Wheat and is the most satisfac- 4
tory Flour that we can procure. W guaran- j|*
e|a tee it in every respect.
For Cakes and Pastry Work use f
..Iglehart's Swan's Down Cake Flour..
It is the Very Best.
BEMIDJI MERCANTILE?CO.
$ 4s
4*&*$s4j*fc
4 4? 4#
HENRY BUENTHER
Naturalist and Taxidermist
ao8 Second St. Postoffice Box No. 686
BEMIDJI, MINN.
BIRDS, WHOLE ANIMALS, FISH, FUR RUGS AND ROBE3
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
I WOiJK IS EQUALLKD BY
FEW, EXCELLED BY NONE
A Deposit Required on All Work
YOUR TRADE SOLICITED
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WIA NTED
AT ONCE 5
Ladies to Sample our New Line of
California Perfume,
AT THE
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A. GILMOUR a CO., Proprietors.
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I DR. F. E. BRINKMAN,
CHIROPRACTIONFR.
OFFICE HOURS: 10 a. m. to Noon, and 1 to 5:30 p. m.
Office-SWEDBACK 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 right that which is 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 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-saesasfrwT
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
rT living profit.
12-gauge, Black Powder Loaded Shells, at
10-
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Dupont Smokeless
Ideal
Leader Ideal
Phone 57.
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A full line of Guns and Rifles also Metallic
Ammunition, Powder, Shot, Primers, Empty
Shells. Remember we carry everthing in
Hardware at right prices.
F. MMalzahn
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