You will find an astonish
ing large assortment in the
new wash fabiics, Voiles
Wools and Silks so suitable
fur jour hot weather dress
or skirt was suit.
Our discount on these
goods means a genuine sav-
ing, as the line is new and
House Dresses, Kimonas,
Dressing Saoques, Wrappers.
at prices up
Go to Hakfceruo's for Photos.
H. M. Gann is in the city to
day from Oookston.
Mrs J. Mclver arrived in
the city this morning from Far
Bag ita bag of Barbw's
Sheriff Daniel Petrie of Park
Rapids is in Bemidji today on
Peter Larkin and W P. Welch
have purchased the Thos, Nary
cottage on Beltrami aven ue.
Pour drunks were ariaigned
before Judge Pendergast this
morning and after pleading guilty
they paid fines
Largest and most complete ice
cream plant in northern Minne
sota. Wholesale and retail
Model Bakery. Phone 125.
Peter Cleve, formerly em
ployed in Bemidji at the A. D.
Moe tailoring establishment, is
in the city today from his home
stead near Ripple Mr. Cleve
came down yesterday to spend a
few days here with friends.
Beautifying methods that in
ure the skin and health are dan
jgerous. Be beautiful without
discomfort by taking Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea. Sunshiny
faces follow its use. 35 cents at
Barkers's drug stars.
Entries WtfW^^E^lGHT DAYS
An elegant line in white and colors. The best line
from which to m\ke jour selection.
Height Days of Extraordinary Under Pricing Sale Ir\
New and Seasonable Goods Beginning Friday, June 25
A Sweeping Reduction In Shirt Waist
Suits, Skirts and Waists.
We are always in the lead with new and up to-date prices.
On all Silk Waists, Shirt Waist Suits and Skirts,
25 Per Cent Discount.
Latest In Shoes
For a line of Ladies' and Children's Boots,
Oxfords or Slippers, their is no line in Be-
midji that will equal this line of good shoes.
Tans and Chocolates and the latest styles
and fits. An elegant line of infantas shoes.
We are always in the lead with new and up-to-date goods, good
goods and low prices and an examination of our stock will convince
you that we exceed anything heretofore, even in our own store.
TH E BERMA N EMPORIU
A M. Baldwin, Jr of St. Paul
is registered at the Markham.
Nothing can be better than the
bestMark's lung Balsam is the
J. E Wilkin of Cass Lake
spent yesterday in Bemidji on
Attorney J. A. Hendricks of
Posston transacted business in
Bemidji last night between
Now is the time for all good
housewives to get a bag of Bar
Hans P. Thompson left last
night for Northome, where he
will look atter property interests
for a few days.
You don't have to go to Black,
duck to get Barlow's Best
milled especially for Bemidji.
For this sale we will give 2 5 per cent off on our
large aud elegant selection. Examine our stock before
buying your curtains
Home made ice cream 30c per
auart, at the Model Bakery
Mrs. M. E. Brinkman left yes
terday for Brainerd, where she
was called by a message announc
ing the serious illness of her sis
ter-in law, Mrs. John Chisholm
Poster & WaMo report a very
nice business in pianos during
their stay here. They will make
Bemidji regularly in the future.
Rev. E. M. Peterson returned
last night from Minneapolis,
where he attended the annual
Scandinavian Lutheran confer
A War field returned last night
from Princeton, 111., where he
has spent some time with rela
tives. Mrs. Warfield, who has
been the guest of friends at
Duluth. met Mr. Warfield at the
latter city and returned home
The enormous show of Gollmar
Bros, was in town yesterday.
Gollmar Bros, 'enormous shows
exhibited here yesterday and
gave performances during the
afternoon and evening to big' The street parade was very good
crowds. The performance was
clean and entertaining.World
Herald, Omaha, Neb. At Bo
midji June 28
Holhsier's Rocky Mountain tea
is simply liquid electricity. It
goes to every part of your body
bringing new blood, strength and
new vigor. It makes you well
and keeps you well. 35 cents at
Barker's drug store.
and the show proved to be the
best and cleanest that has yet
visited our city. The fakirs and
gamblers were conspicuous by
their absence. Gollmar Bros.'
show will be welcomed back to
Stillwater in the future. They
come as near doing as they ad
vertise as any show we have ever
known. The Daily Democrat,
midji, June S&.
hot* weather Hat
while the line is yet un-
broken at broken lot prices
from 2 0 to 4 0 per
cent discount on the
It will be difficuta to find a
prettier line of muslin un
derwear at prices so low as
any where in the northwest.
Legal cap and numbered line
legal cap at the Pioneer Office,
Fred Sibley came in from Sol
way this afternoon to spend the
day here on business.
If you are thinking of buying
a home see T. Beaudette, the
tailor, 311 Minnesota avenue.
J. C. Parker, superintendent
for the Clearwater Lagging com
pany, arrived in the city this
afternoon from Wilton.
Mrs. A. G. Rutledge and son,
Earle, left yesterday for Water
ville, Minn., where they will
spend several weeks with rela
The Blocker Bros, hotel and
refreshment parlors at Bemidji
avenue and Third street are un
dergoiug a process of redecora
tion and repainting.
Many children inherit consti
tutions weak and feeble, others
due to childhood troubles. Hoi
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea will
positively cure children and
make them strong. 35 cents, Tea
or Tablets. Barker's Diug
Deputy^ Game Warden O
Stevensof Margie passed throui?
the city today enroute to his
old home at Detroit to spend a
short time in that city with
friends. Mr. Stevens will also
transact official business at
gggflltisfla Finish**. fRp
E. Getchell left last night
for Ten strike, where he will look
after a logging outfit that has
been used during" the summer in
loading logs from Gull lake be
longing to the Carpenter Lamb
company of Minneapolis The
work has been carried on by
John Moberg and is now com
pleted. It has been in progress
for the past six weeks, and as a
result 5,500,000 feet of logs have
been shipped to the company's
mill in Minneanolis.^^
Miss Grace Virpond of Grand
Rapids was the guest of her
sister, Mrs. Fitzgerald, in Be
midji today. ^h^-% *f ^r^-JSWr
Louis Lauritzen left this after
noon for Cass Lake, where he has
accepted a contract for improv
ing the interior of the Epis3opal
church of that city.
Clear thinking, decisive action,
vim and vigor of body and mind,
rhe sparkle of life, comes to all
who use Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea 35 cents. Tea or Tab
ets at Barker's drag store.
General Manager Marson of
the Minneapolis, Red Lake &
Manitoba railway company, re
turned last night from St. Paul,
where he inspected the coaches
that will be used on the new rail
way. The coaches have been in
course of construction for some
time past and have only recently
been finished. General Manager'
Marson states that they are satis
factory in every particular.
Grand Forks 6, St. Brain 5.
Fargo 4, Duluth 5.
Winnipeg 5, Crookston 4.
after t and will be refunded to you if
mg half a bottle of
BJLOOI1 CURE __
you are not satisfied with results.
This is our guarantee which goes wttfc
For Sale and Guaranteed Only by
French & Co
than a billion feet of pine lumber.
Mrs. P. L. Poucault has decid
ed to open a Children's Home in
Bemidji and is now prepared to
receive children of all ages from
infants up^She has secured a
competent^ and experienced
nurse and will devote her entire
time to the work. The Home is
already open and several child
ren havebeen received. ^Anyone
wishing further information can
call phone number 232 call 3 or
call at 609 12fch. St
Guy Wood Married.^
Guy Wood,formerly of Bemidji,
and whose parents now reside
in this city, was married in St.
Paul Monday to Miss Mary
Brickley of that city. Miss Hazel
Wood, a sister of the groomr at
tended the ceremony and rp
turned to Bemidji Wednesday
night. Guy's many friends in
Bemidji extend congratulations
Gollmar Bros.'circus met with
a big reception here last Friday
and the capacity of the big tent
was thoroughly tested both after
noon and evening The rform
ance was highly creditable
throughout. Many of the acts
being entirely new and pleasing
It may be said of the Gollmar
Bros, that they give a good clean
show and no gamblers or any
swindling schemers are premitt
ed on the grounds, The menage
rie features and everything was
given as advertised An excel
lent street parade preceded the
performance. Sunday Star,
Bloomington, Indiana. At Be
midji June 28.
stons tbie cough, and l&eaU lanf(
The Coming Town of Northern Minnesota^
3 3 The Center of Ve^st Empire 3 3
The Termhvus of the Minnesota and Inernactional Ra.ilway.
r *r T1
Grand Falls and BIG FORK RIVER, one of the FINEST WATER POWERS in
Owned in Bemidji.
In an article describing the
death of John C. Oswald, a promi
nent man of Minneapolis, a news
paper of that city states that he
was an enthusiastic horseman
and was once owner of Greenlcaf,
the famous horse that broke a
world's record several days ago.
Greenleaf is now owned by Dr.
F. E Brinkman of Bemidji and
is still in good condition. In spite
of his age, the horse made the
Bemidji track Sunday in 2:26.
Pocket maps, Minnesota, Mon
tana and North Dakota at the
Made Up Yovir Mind
ting, or Pin, or Brooch, the pi ices we sell fine
and beautiful jewely for, ought to induce you to come
here for it.
A fine assortment of everything in ibis line, from
pretty Steiltng Waist Pins and Sets, up to rich gem-
All sorts of beautiful design*. also, in the famous
Simmon's Watph Chairis amdFohsmen's and women's,
oare irrsay we have tnecnoiee^c miu a muy^-^crous-
E. A BARKER.
The new town is located in Itasca county, Northern Minnesota, at the famous
The Minnesota & International railroad is now being extended to this
place, and it will undoubtedly remain the TERMINUS of the road for many
The largest known tract of spruce timber in the world is tributaay to this
point, and expensive PULP and PAPER MILLS are being projected.
One of the largest SAW MILLS in Northern Minnesota will be constructed at
Granfalls in the near future, which will manufacture within the next few years more
Granfalls will be the central trading point for a vast territory, much of it good
agricultural and grazing country, and more than ten thousand square miles in extent.
For Prices e^nd Terms Adress
ffiliS WDt N
Cannot Be Cored
by local applications, as they can
not reach the diseased portion of
the ear. There is only one way
to cure deafness, and that is by
constitutional remedies. Deaf
ness is ^caused by an inflamed
condition of the mucous lining of
the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it Is entirely
closed, deafness is the result,
and unless the inflamationcan be
taken out and this tube restored
to its normal condition, hearing
will be destroyed forever nine
cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is Nothing but an
inflamed condition of the mucu
We will give one hundred dol
lars for any case of deafness
(caused by catarrh) that cannot
be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Send fcr circulars free.
F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo,
O. Price 75 cents per bottle.
Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family pills for
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