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Go to Hakkerup's for Photos.
John S. Fowlds is in the city
today from Solway.
W. Blakely of Farley is a
Bemidji vibitor today.
Best cup of coffee in Bemidji
at the Palace.
W Bright is in the city to
day from Tenstrike.
Clair Craig was inBernid]iyes
Del Marca cigarnone better
Bemidji madetwo styles
sold by all dealers.
A specialty is made of prepar
ing and delivering night lunches
at the Palace
E. S. Shook of Tenstuke is a
business visitor in Bemidji today
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bailey
spent last night at Northome, re
turning home thib morning.
days with Bemidji friends. i
Tom Smart has lately received
Bert Getchell left last mght
Arthur Brannon left last night
for Nortbome, where he will re
mam indefinitely. Mr. Brannon
will take charge ot the Brannon
hotel in that village, which is
owned by his father, W. S. Bran
*JJe W Hotel SteclWait
Opposite Depot. Tenstrike, Muiu,
Largest Hotel North of Bemidji. Newly Built and
First Class Accommodations in Every Particular.
Your Patronage Earnestly Solicited.
Kates: $1 to $2 per day. Henry Stecninata, Prop.
terday from Kelliher.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gustafson pltzgerald, returned this morn-
of Tenstrike are Bemidji visitor**
Suits cleaned, repaired and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delmott
pressed Good work and prompt i Wilcox
service T. Baudette, Minnesota Bacon, W. W. Browne,
avenue. Chester Snow and E H. Corn-
R. H. McDonald, who has ^11 spent yesterday at Bass lake
spent a few days* in Bemidji with and leturned last night with a
friends, returned last night to large number of olack bass
his home at Kelliher. New tall line
J. Hancock returned last woolen goods A good line from
night to his home at Three Is whicuhi tso make your fall and win
land Lake alter a visit of a few I
Chas Casler
wife, who returned Saturday to for points central and southern
the home of her parents at Monti- part of the state and. will return
video to Bemidji Saturday.
Acorn Stoves
Hot Bla.s
in The Acorn Steel Ranges is
to be the stroruje&t and most durable Fire Box made
If Fue Back, front lining- or end lminsrs burn out
within Three Yea we will furnish new castings to
replace same free of charge. Oven bottoms abso
lutely guaranted for 20 years. The most durable
Fire Box and the greatest fuel s,aver 'i
Fleming 3 Downs
Phone 57 Bemidji.
Best cup of coffee in Bemidji
at the Palace.
W. E. Verity, publisher of the
Wadena Tribune, is transacting
business Bemidji today.
The new seats for the Scandi
na\ian Lutheran church haye ar
rived in the city and are today
being placed in the church
A specialty is made of prepar
ing and delivering night lunches
at the Palace.
I. Fitzgerald, who has been a
guest at the home of his son, C.
a new piano mover which insures the O'Kelliher Drug company's
safety in moving the instru
menbs. He is now prepared to the city this morning to spend
move pianos on short notice.
Pdl Rev. E. M. Petersonu returned
last night from Laporte, where
he held Scandinavian Lutheran
services Sunday.
The Palace restaurant, under
the management of Chisolm &
Thorson, is prepared to serve
first class meals at reasonable
Mr. and Mrs. J. Shepard
and son, Mr Wilcox and Miss
Foster of Minneapolis are the
suiting and
Baudette, Minnesota avenue
O'Kelliher, proprietor of
at Blackduck, arrived in
the day here on business.
for Northome, where he will complexion, take Hollister's
spend a few days looking after Rocky Mountain Tea this month,
land and timber interests in that Bright eyes and red lips follow
its use 35 cents, Tea or Tablets
Barker's Drug store.
If you want a smooth, clear
in the city
this morning fromahis homestead
near Blackduck. He was accom
paniedobhyahis father, W. A. Cas
Blackduck the guest of his son.
Makes bone and muscle faster' The Palace restaurant, under
than any other remedy. Brings
strength, health and happiness Thorsona,s is prepared to *erve
to the whole family That's what
management of Chisolm &
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea prices,
will do. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets I Aad A. Tone of Northome ar
Barker's Drug store.
E. O Cunningham, postmaster
at Cunningham, Itasca county,
was in the city this morning on
his way to Cass Lake, where he
will defend himself a contest
instituted against his claim He
is accompanied by Judge E
Utley, formerly ot Minneapolis,
who removed to Cunningham on
account ot the sickness of his
meals at reasonable
rhed in the city this morning
and left this afternoon for Grand
Rapids, where he will attend a
meeting of the Itasca county
board of commissioners.
Thos. Bisiar has resigned his
position at the W. G. Schroeder
store and has accepted another
with the Gately Supply com
pany Ha left thi- morning on
a collecting tour for the company
F. G. Blair returned this after
noon from a short business trip
toBagley. v^
Miss Edith Smith' spenVthe
afternoon at Cass Lake with
Frank Paul of Jones township
transacted business Bemidji
A. E Underwood came in from
Solway this afternoon for a short
business visit Bemidji.
Manager Richards of the
Crookston Lumber company is
transacting business at Cass
Lake this afternoon.
Miss Mabel Davies and Russell
Davies arrived the city this
afternoon from Crookston to
spend a few days here at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Mar
Paul Foucault and Bart Staf
ford went to Swanson lake yes
terday, where they remained
during the day fishing. They re
turned last night with about 30
large black bass.
The building on Beltrami ave
nue occupied by the Wheelock &
Hawkes employment office is be
ing repainted inside and out and
will present a neat appearance
when the work is completed.
A wonderful tonic for the sick
and afflicted. Get strength,
health and happiness by Holli
ster's Rocky Mountain Tea this
month A bracing family medi
cine. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets.
Barker's Drug store
D. E Elliot, state cruiser, ar
rived in Bemidji last night from
St, Paul, where he appeared at
the office of State Auditor Iver
son and gave information of a
large amount of trespass on state
lands in the northern counties.
Mrs. G. H. French of Bemidji
and Mrs. D. W. Haydenof Black
duck leave tomorrow noon for
Hancock and Houghton, Mich
They will be joined at Duluth by
Mr and Mrs A O'Kelliher of
Blackduck, who will accompany
them on their trip to the Michi
gan copper country.
Enioh, the one year old son
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Blocker, yes
terday sustained a severe cut on
the leg. The little boy was play
ing with a dumber of other small
children, one ot whom held a
broken bottle in his hand, and
some manner the boy received a
gash from the bottle. A physician
dressed the wound and no serious
results are expected.
Many Blueberries Coming in.
The blueberry season is evi
dently at its height, according to
reports received from grocery
men ot the 31ty. Yesterday was
a big day in the blueberry line,
one merchont alone purchasing
30 bushels.
Says Report Is Untrue.
Josepn Harrington, of the Mc
Donald & Harrington employ
ment office, states that the re
port to ihe etiect that a large
numbei ot men are coming back
irom INoith Dakota, lb not true.
Mr harrington bays that many
men aie leaving lot the Harvest
heIds ana that all those sent out
irom Bemid]! have lcceived situa
First Recruit Sent Away.
The nrst recruit secuied at the
local marine recruiting siation
was sent away this morning.
Fnst Lieutenant Wm. Brackett
or was in the city to
swear in tne recruit and left this
morning tor fct. Cloud, where
anotner branch office will be
opened. The JSemidji ofhce is
now in charge of Private Abram,
who will probably remain here
permanently. Recruits {secured
at the local omce are sent to New
York, where they are employea
at the Brooklyn navy yards.
Anti-American Boycott in China on
the Wane.
Peking, Aug. 22The announce
ment that Edwin H. Conger, formerly
American minister to China, would re
turn here in connection with the boy
cott of American products, has oeca
ioned the greatest surprise. Reports
received from all the American con
suls indicate that the boycott is waa
ing, except in Shanghai, where the
situation is unchanged. ,^f|
Pacific Northwest Tours and
Portland Exposition Within
Reach of All.
The unusually low rate for the
round trip to the Portland Ex
position via the Minnesota & Incounty
ternational and Northern Pacific
Railways will enable all to go
West, Go see the Fair. Enjoy
the sulubrious climate. The
magnificent awe inspiring scen
ery. Tickets permit of stop
overs, and are good on the best
trains, including the "North
Coast Limited" of the Northern
Pacific Railway. Send four cents
for Lewis and Clark booklet G.
A. Walker Agent, Bemiclji, Minn,
Odd Fellows Cemetery.
The Odd Fellows lodge at Ten
strike has decided to provide a
cemetery and has purchased a
tract of land near that village
which will be used as such.
Ernest Burgeois of Bemidji left
last night for Tenstrike, where
he will survey out the lots in the
new cemetery.
Married Yesterday.
The marriage of Louis Hanson
to Miss Isabella Olson occurred
in Bemidji yesterday. The con
parties a*'e residents of
Spaulding, where they will make
their future home.
Feed and Sale
Good'- of Alii 1 tion Stored
J. P. Pogue.
A 2000 Mile Excursion.
JOr Wednesday Aug. 23rd, 1905,
tne Great Northern railway will
run a special train from St. Paul
to Washington, the Evergreen
state. This train will be accom
panied by experienced immigra
tion agents who will explain the
country and points of interest
enroute. Stopoyers will be made
North Dakota, Montana, Idaho
and Washington for the purpose
of investigating the different sec
tions. This is a grand opportun
ity to visit this wonderful region
under the most favorable condi
tions. The excursion will stop
at Spokane, Everett, Bellingham,
Seattle, Vancouver, Victoria and
the Lewis and Clark Exposition
at Portland, Oregon.
For full particulars and other
information apply to any agent
the Great Northern railway or to
I. Whitney, Passenger Traffic
Manager, St. Paul, Minn.
State ot Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas county.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath
that he is a senior artner of the
firm of F. J. Cheney & Co doing
business in the City of Toledo,
and state aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sumFall
of One Hundred Dollars for each
and every case of eatarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of
Hall's Catarrh Cnre. Frank J.
Sworn before me and subscrib
ed in my presence, this 6th day24,
of December, A. D. 1886.
A. W. Gleason,
(seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, and acts directly on
the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. Send for testimon
ials free.
F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo,
O. Price 75 cents per bottle
Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family pills for
No Place in the World Like
Quality isthe great trade get
ter and trade retainer.
Advertising may make the
first sale and no more, if qual
ity is absent.
We want the second and all
the following sales.
That's why we put quality
first with all our goods.
Paper Hanging
J. A H0F v*
Yellowstone National Park
When arranging your visit to the Lewis and Clark
Exposition, be sure to include Yellowstone Park. It
is a glorious Wonderland, 4,000 hot pools and springs,
lakes, and mud volcanoes, and other
natural novelties. 100 geysers. Excel
lent train service to the Park including
standard Pullman sleeping cars to and
from Gardiner, the official entrance,
(L International
Northern Pacific
For further information, write or call upon"
G. A. WALKE R, Agent, Bemidji, Minn &
Send six cents for Wanderland 1905, four cents for
Lewis and Clark booklet, two cents for Yellowstone
Park folder, fifty cents for Wild Flowers from the
Yellowstone, and thirty-five cents for Panoramie
Park Picture, M. W.Dowme, Auditor, Bramerd,Mino.
Dr. G. Green gives alert personal attention
to his great humanitarian contract.
]fl our Almanac for many years past wal
have given unusual advice to those aflhc-1
ted^nth coughs, colds, throat o- luna
troubles or consumption. We have tola
them if they did not receive any special
benefit after the use of one 75-eent sizej
bottle of German Syrup, to consult theitj
doctor. JfW did not ask them or urga
them to use a large number of bottles, aa
is the case in the advertising of many1
other remedies. Our confidence in Ger
man Syrup makes it possible for us to
give such advice. jfW know by the ex
perience of over 35 years that one 75-cenf
bottle of German Syrup will speedily re^
lieve or cure the worst coughs, colds,
bronchial or lung troublesand that,i
even bad cases of consumption, ond
large bottle of German Syrup will work
wonders. JNe trial bottles, 25c rejj
ular size, 750. At all druggists. i
Meetings, Merchants Ex
cursions to Duluth.
On account of the fall meetings
of the Merchants' Association to
be held at Duluth, August 17 to
August 31 to September 7
and October 26 to November 2,
the Great Northern Railway is
making reduced rates. This
will enable you to see the city at
the head of the Great Lakes, view
the immense grain elevators, the
aerial bridge, the coal docks and
other places of interest at the
head of the famous inland sea.
For -rates and detailed informa
tion, call on your local agent.
Shop in rear of
Swedback Block.
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