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THE CITY
For flash light pictures try
Hakkerup.
Fancy fruit for the table.
Peterson's
A. G. Bernard was a visitor in
the city yesterday from Cass
Lake.
Extra painting with every
dozen pictures at $4.00 or more
at Hakkerup's
Arthur Brannon and two sis
ters, Gladys and Essie, left last
night for Northome.
S. P. Learned is confined to his
home with a serious attack of
kidney and stomach trouble.
A course at Button's Business
College, Crookston, Minn for
$25 if you enter during January.
Souvenir paper weight with
your own photograph with every
dozen small pictures at Hakker
up's
A meeting of the city council
was held at the city hall last
night but no business whatever
was transacted. The meeting
Wool Lress Goods excepting black, a 20 per
cent discount will be given in this dep't.
Ladies' Sweaters, worth $3.50 now $2.50
Opera Shawls at less than cost.
Ladies' Underwear.Here you will find a
big bargain.
Ladies' House Slippers.One lot worth
$2.25, now $1.59.
Ladies' Felt Shoes, worth $1.35, now $1.15
Part Wool Blankets.Lot 1, worth $1.50,
now $1 lot 2, worth $1.75, now $1.15
lot 3, worth $1.00, now 75c.
Men's House Slippers, worth $2, at $1.75
1.75 1.50
Men's Shoes, the $3.00 kind now $2.00
Boys' Sweaters.One lot choice for 38c
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Millinery Sale
of the season.
Our extensive lme of Millinery
to be sacrificed at half price.
TH E BERMA N EMPORIU
Next Door to Post Office.
The Holiday Rush Is Over\
We are now prepared to attend to all kinds
of Watch Repairing and General Repairing
Work done promptly and neatly.
George T. Baker (Si
Located in City Drug Store.
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Don't miss this sale it means a saving to you
Extra Goo Bargains iir our Grocery Dep't.
Yours for Bargains,
Wm. McCuaig Wm. McCuaig
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was adjourned to next Monday
evening.
When you need a good tinner,
phone or call at Ross Hardware.
H. M. Gans of Minneapolis
called on friends in the city yes
terday.
Your old stove is good as cash
in part payment for a new one at
Ross' Hardware.
Hakkerup makes a specialty of
family groups. Send for him for
Christmas groups.
E. Naylor expects to leave
tomorrow for Wadena for a visit
in that city at the home of his
mother.
W. A Gould went to Kelliher
last night to inspect some of the
Crookston Lumber company's
camps in that vicinity.
Coal, coal, leave your order at
Ross' Hardware for any kind of
coal you want We have differ
ent grades in stock and can de
liver in quantities to suit.
Mrs. J. Sprague, who has
been confined at St. Anthony's
hospital for some time past, is
CUAIG'S
Cash Cash Cash
Talks at McCuaig's This Week
The prices we quote below will convince you that we
want cash to get it our goods must be slaughtered
notice some of our many bargains come early they
will not last long at these prices:
Men's Underwear.One lot worth $2.50
per suit, now $1.98.
Men's Overcoats, the same as you will pay
clothing stores $5.00 to $7.00 we
sell them this week at $3.50.
Men's Sheep Lined Coats.Come in and
get our prices.
See the line of Men's and Boys' Caps we
are offering at 25C.
Discount on all Rnbbers and Overshoes
Boys' Leather Leggings, all sizes, $1.00
Boys' Canvas Leggings, 50c
Toys, Toys.Only a few left, but prices
are cut in this department so we
won't carry any over.
-Dolls, from 5c to $3.50
Say, we want to sell you Feed this week at
our cash prices. Feed, per sack, 85c
Hay, per ton $6.00 to 8.00
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reported as being somewhat bet
ter.
Nothing can be better than the
bestMark's lung Balsam is the
best.
H. C. Calvert left last night for
Blackduck on business for the
Bemidji Elevator company.
T. J. Cronin, who is in the em
ploy of Walker & Akeley came
up from Akeley yesterday.
Emil Schneider left this morn
ing for Wadena, where he will
transact business for a couple of
days.
Two social dances are schedul
ed for Friday nightone at the
Grill hall and the other in the new
O'Leary & Bowser hall.
Wm. Crossof Blue Earth, Minn,
is in the city and is conducting a
demonstration at Schroeder's
store of Monogram coffee and the
Works biscuit.
C. T, Alexander has resigned
his position as chef at the Mark
ham hotel and left last night for
Blackduck, where he will accept
another position.
Brings bright, shining, merry
eyes, rich, red blood, good health
That's what Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea will do. 35 cents,
Tea or Tablets. Barker's Drug
Store.
Last night the coldest point
reached by the government'ther
mometer kept by Weather Obser
ver A. Gilmour was 19 below
zero. At 9 o'clock this morning
it has risen to 18 below.
Wm. Murray was taken to_the
county hospital yesterday suffer
ing with an injured leg, and Fred
McDonald, who is thought to be
suffering with typhoid fever, was
also confined in the institution.
It sends the life's blood danc
ing through your veins the exhi
larating feeling one feels after
using Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea is wonderful. 35 cents,
Tea or Tablets. Barker's Drug
Store.
One drunk was all that appear
ed in police court all day yester
day, and upon consulting the
thermometer the judge decided
that it would be enough punish'
ment to compel the offender to
make himself scarce in Bemidji.
Joseph Guyatt, who sustained
an injured leg in an accident near
Solway some time ago and who
has been confined at the county
hospital ever since, was taken to
Brainerd this morning by his
Bill Important to Northern
Minnesota Introduced in
U. S. Senate.
A bill of great local importance
has been introduced in the
United States senate by Senator
Stewart of Nevada. The bill pro
vides that all allotted agricultural
lands on Indian reservations in
the United States, except a home
stead for each Indian, which
homestead shall not be sold,
leased or incumbered, the quan
tity to be determined by the sec
retary of the interior, but shall
not be less than five nor more
than eighty acres, may be sold
under the homestead laws.
An appication for a homestead
upon a reservation shall, in addi
tion to the requirements of the
homestead laws, pay for the land
applied for by him the appraised
value in ten equal annual install
ments, with interest at the rate
of five per cent per annum on the
deferred payments for the bene
fit of the Indian whose allotment
or any part shall have been
taken.
The first of such installments
shall be paid to the receiver of
the land o|fice at the time of mak
ing the application. After the
applicant has complied with the
homestead laws in all respects
for the period of five years and,
in addition thereto, has paid five
annual installments, a patent
shall be issued to him for his
homestead, free from all incum
brances, except lien for the pay
ment of the remaining five
stallments
The installments for the home
stead shall be collected and paid
ovex to the Indians whose allot
ments shall have been taken un
der such regulations as the sec
retary of the interior may pre
scribe. son, after having entirely recov
ered from his injuries.
C. W. Kaddatz of Fergus Falls
is visiting friends in the city.
E. F. Crawford left last night
for Fosston on legal business.
A baby girl was born yester
day to Mr. and Mrs. Gr. E. Carson.
Sheriff Bailey returned la^st
night from an official visit to
Brainerd.
Howard Bailey returned this
morning from Kelliher, where he
called on his cigar patrons.
Miss Dolly Bailey left this
afternoon for a short visit at Cass
Lake with Miss Ethyl Ludwig.
The Ladies Guild of the Pres
byterian church will meet tomor
row afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs.
H. L. West.
Anton Erickson arrived in the
city this afternoon and will re
main here until the east bound
night train on business connect
ed with his mercantile interests
at Rosby.
Miss Agnes Samson returned
this morning from Kelliher and
will visit here for a few days at
the home of Mr. and Mrs F. H.
Mageau before returning to her
home at Crookston.
Oscar F. Miller and Andrew
McNabb returned last night to
the claim of the former on Sandy
river, 25 miles north of Solway,
after having spent Christmas
with friends in Bemidji.
Its wonderful power goes to
the seat of your trouble, vitalizes,
strengthens every part of your
body That's what Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea dops. 35
cents, Tea or Tablets Barker's
Drug Store.
Chas. Reed employed at the
Bagley blacksmith shop, was
kicked yesterday afternoon while
shoeing a vicious horse and the
injury laid him up for beveral
hourb. Ee was able to be out
again ttis morning but will not
resume his work at the shop for
several days
J. J. Opsahl left this afternoon
for Cass Lake, where he will ap
pear as plaintiff in a contest case
which will come up for hearing
in that city this afternoon before
the U. S. land office. Mr. Opsahl
will return this evening and ex
pects to leave tomorrow for Kelli
her with five men from St. James,
Minn., whom he intends to inter
est in Beltrami county lands. ff|
Go to Hakkerup for photos.
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Broke Fingers.
While handling a heavy sleigh
runner yesterday, GeorgeKeihm,
manager of the hardware depart
ment at E. H. Winter & Co. store
in this city broke two fingers of
his right hand by allowing the
runner to slip from his grasp and
fall upon the injured hand The
broken members were set and
Mr. Keihm is improving.
Firemen's Annual Ball.
The Bemidji fire department
will give its annual Nev^Year ball
on next Monday evening, Jan. 2.
The proceed of the dance will
go into the treasury of the depart
ment and will bo used in defray
ing the expenses of the running
team at the next meeting of the
tournament association. Every
possible arrangement for a good
time has been made and the
event should be liberally patron
ized.
Rector of St. Lake's.Ashburn*
ham, Ontario, Testifies to the
Good Qualities of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy.
Ashburnham, Ont., April 18,
1903.I think it is only right
that I should tell you what a won
derful effect Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has produced.
The day before Easter I was so
distressed with a cold and cough
that I did not think to be able to
take any duties the next day, as
my voice vas almost choked by
the cough The same day I re
ceded an order from you for a
bottle- of your Cough Remedy.
I at once procured a sample bot
tle and took about three doses of
the medicine. To my great relief
the cough and cold had completely
disappeared and I was able to
preach three times on Easter Day.
I know that this rapid and ef
fective cure was due to your
Cough Remedy. I make this tes
timonial without solicitation, be
ing thankful to have found such a
Godsent remedy. Respectfully
yours, E. A. Langfeldt, M. A.,
Rector of St. Luke's Church.
This remedy is for sale bv Bark*
ers Drug Store.
Joseph H. Carter of Tenstrike
is a Bemidji visitor today.
On every article in this establishment
nothing reserved everything must go.
This enables yo\i to save money on
act A. E. WINTER'S Jewelery Store.
This Great Bargain-
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
as mercury will surely destroy
the sense of smell and completely
derange the whole system when
entering it through the mucous
surfaces. Such articles should
never be used except on prescrip
tions from reputable physicians,
as the damage they will do is ten
fold to the good you can possibly
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, O con
tains no mercury, and is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of tne
system. lm buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the
genuine. It is taken internally
and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F.
J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
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yPresents
Everything in the stock must go at this sale, includ-
ing Diamonds, Jewels, Watches, Chains, Gol and Sil-
ver Charms, Hand Painted China, Cut Glass, Bracelets,
Fobs, Rings, Bangles, Toilet, Carving and WritingSets,
Pictures, Pottery and Burnt Woo Ornaments, in fact,
everything in the store except the fixtures must be.H
closed out between now and January 1st to make room 5
for an entirely new department. 5
Givin Christmas Sale
means the saving to you of from one-quarter to one-
half of your holiday expenditure, and you are not
wise to let the opportunity go of advantaging your-
self by making selections from our stock. Extra
clerks will be employed so that all who call may be
served. Remember this is a genuine price-slashing,
rate-cutting sale that means money in your purse.
Don't miss it. The finest stock in the city. Avoid
the rush and do your shopping early.
ENGRAVING OF PURCHASES FREE!
S Leading Jeweler 5 Sign of the Big Watch
JABE MINE S I N
SA N FRANCISC O
Colony Booster Conferring
With Backers in Golden
Gate City.
It is definitely known that
Jabez Hines, alias Wm. M. Hines,
is not in New York, nor in any
other place but San Francisco,
Cal., where he is conferring with
his colony backers with a view of
obtaining funds with which to
carry out his scheme. As yet
nothing as to what SUCCGSS lias
accompanied him has been ob
tainable, but from statements
made by him before his depart
ure for the west it would seem
that he was almost certain that a
million in hard cash would be his
wad when he returned from the
Golden Gate city. The report
that Mr. Hines was financially
embarassed has considerable de
predated the price of slocks in
the enterprise and unless he can
"make good" it is probable that
they will sink into the large hole
which has been dug on the site
of Mr. Hines' future city and be
ignominiously buried.
Stock to Be Sold Out.
The stock of the defunct Be
midji Mercantile company has
been placed on sale under the di
rection of L. H. Bailey, who was
appointed assignee at the time
the company %aade its assign
ment. O. E. Bailey will have im
mediate charge of the sale.
Nymore School Report.
Superintendent John Ember
land of the Nymore schools has
issued the following report for
the months of November and
December:
Rate of Attendance
Nov. Dec.
Primary 80 35 pc 86.60 pc
Inter mediate..96.25 pc 91 88 pc
Grammar 67.15 pc 90.76 pe
Total Enrollment, DPC.
Primary 50
Intermediate 43
Grammar 29
Will Advertise Bonds.
At the next regular meeting of
the city council a resolution will
be parsed instructing the record
er to insert advertisements in"
the local newspapers as well as
in eastern commerical papers ad
vertising for sale the bonds re
cently voted at the special elec
tion.
free. Sold by all druggists
Price, 75c. per bottle. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipa
tion. ~j^ gs
The Red Cross is coming. ^&^
ffi^le^tic^
WASH BLUE
Costs io cents and equals so cents
worth of any other kind of bluing.
Won't
Freeze,Clothes
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Spill, Break
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around in the Water.
At D viae Grocen.

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