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L. E. Rood went to Walker this
morning on business.
Mrs. C. A. Broker came to Bemidji
from Fosston Monday night.
M. M. Ramsdel and R. F. Prag
came up from Akeley last night.
Mrs. Johnson came down from Kel
liher today on the morning train.
Torger Olsen, a lumberman of
Margie, is here today on business.
Marshall Riley, of Cloquet, was
in Bemidji yesterday for a few hours.
Charles Borchardt left for Solway
yesterday afternoon for a two days
Helen Hayner left last night for
a short visit with relatives at Ten
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Millspaugh
came to Bemidji from Little Falls
W. Z. Robinson returned last night
from Fargo where he had gone to
spend Sunday with friends.
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Mrs. C. R. Sanborn and Mrs. W.
N. Sanborn were the guests of Miss
L. L. Berman at dinner yesterday.
N. L. Nehls and Frank Nama, of
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, were in the city
Monday on a short business trip.
Mrs. Lakin, of Royalton, who has
been visiting with her son, B. W.
Lakin, returned home Monday morn
T. Stemper, of St. Cloud, left for
his home yesterday after having
spent Sunday with friends in the
Mrs. Wm. H. Gimblett, of Park
Rapids, and Mrs. Ethel McVeety, of
Fargo, came from Park Rapids last
Miss Mary Trapanier of St. Paul,
will return home tomorrow after a
pleasant week's visit in the city with
Mrs. J. Underwood and daughter,
of Staples, arrived in the city last
night to spend a short time with
J. C. Russell, of Kelliher, returned
home last night after an over Sunday
visit at the home of his uncle, P. J.
W. T. Blakeley came down from
Farley this morning for the car
which he recently purchased from A.
Mrs. Willis McCrady of Park Rap
ids, returned home yesterday morn
ing after a pleasant two weeks' visit
Miss Agnes Jones, of Northome,
and Miss Tena Lee, of Stoughton,
Wis., came to Bemidji from North
ome last night.
Miss Florence Ripple left yester
day morning for Park Rapids where
she will be the guest of relatives and
friends for two weeks.
Algot Eck, of Crookston, who has
spent the past two weeks visiting
friends in this city and Duluth, re
turned home Sunday.
Thomas Haley, of Minneapolis,
spent yesterday in the city as the
guest of his aunt, Mrs. James Bowe.
He returned home last night,
Mrs. George Pippin and Miss Ma
bel Rogers, of Walker, returned home
yesterday morning after a few days'
visit in the city with friends.
Miss Lizzie Ericksou leaves this
afternoon for Crookston where she
will enjoy a two weeks' vacation vis
iting with relatives and friends.
A. H. Olson, of Aure, spent yes
terday in the city. Mr. Olson was en
route to Minneapolis where he will
spend the next month on business.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Nicholl and
children, Donald and Margaret, of
Minneapolis, spent a few hours in
Bemidji last evening between trains.
Miss Kittie Williams, of Grand
Forks, who has been spending two
weeks with her mother at Lakeside,
expects to return to her home tomor
Loiel Ryan, who has heen visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. W.
Lakin for the past few weeks, re
turned to his home in Little Falls
Miss Beatrice Johnson came to Be
midji from Red Lake yesterday and
returned on the afternoon train. Miss
Johnson has charge of the lace work
at the agency.
Miss Martha Senske of Baudette,
has returned home after having spent
the past several weeks in the city as
a guest at the home of her sister,
Mrs. F. Eberline.
Mrs. L. C. Dempsey and daughter,
Vera, returned last night from a
pleasant three weeks' visit with rel
atives and friends at Long Prairie
and Eagle Bend.
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Mi0f Lillie Grover left yesterday
afternoon for Grand Forks after a
pleasant two weeks' visit with rela
tives in the city. Miss Grover will
be the guest of her sister at Grand
Miss Genevieve DeVisme left this
morning for Chicago where she will
'be the guest of her parents for a cou
ple of months. En route home she
will visit friends at Minneapolis and
"I was cured of diarrhoea by one
dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes M. E.
Gebhardt, Oriole, Pa. There is noth
ing better. For sale by Barker's
A. A. Eich and family of St. Cloud,
who have been the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Lahr at their summer
home at Movel Lake during the past
week:, returned to St. Cloud yester
day in their car.
Maurice Ryan and Byron Russell
will go to the head of the lake to
day where they will spend the re
mainder of the season at the Russell
bungalow. They have spent the past
week in the city.
The Methodist Ladies 'Aid society
will be entertained at the home of
Mrs. Blakesley, west of the city, Wed
nesday afternoon, August 21. Con
veyances will be at the church at 2
p. m. Every one is invited.
Mrs. J. C. Vigeland, of Brinsmade,
N. D., and H. I. Muus, of Little Fork,
came to Bemidji from Little Fork last
night. Mr. Muus was formerly cash
ier of the Little Fork State Bank, but
is being succeeded by Joe Herman, of
John Doran and family returned to
International Falls this morning.
Mrs. Doran has spent the past two
weeks here as the guest of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ha^en, and
Mr. Doran joined her here Saturday
for an over Sunday visit.
"Were all medicines as meritorious
as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, the world would
be much better off and the percent
age of suffering greatly decreased,"
writes Lindsey Scott, of Temple, Ind.
For sale by Barker's Drug Store.
The Baptist Ladies Aid will meet
Wednesday afternoon, August 21, at
2 o'clock in the church. A lunch will
be served from 5:30 to 6:30 for the
benefit of the church. Rev. Brom
field, former pastor, will be present
and will be glad to meet old friends.
Everyone cordially invited.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. McKee and
daughter of Clarinda, Iowa, are in
the city visiting at the home of Mr.
McKee's brother, H. N. McKee. They,
have been on an extended visit
through the east and are now on
their way home. They, will remain
here a couple of weeks.
One of the most common ailmenti
that hard working people are- affliat-
ed with is lame back. Apply Cham
berlain's Liniment twice a day, and
massage the parts 'thoroughly" .-at
each application", and" you will get
quick relief. For sale by Barker's
Drug Store. f._*-^
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Dunning left
today for Solway where they will
make their future home. Mr. Dun-,
ning will open a general store there
and has associated himself with
Archie Naugle. Most of their stock
has already arrived and they expect
to be open for business about Sat
Mrs. Thayer Bailey entertained a
few friends yesterday afternoon by
taking them on a trip to the dam.
Her guests included Mrs. E. H. Mar
cum, Mrs. W. L. Davies and grand
daughter, Miss Lois Davies, of Crook
ston, Mrs. S. C. Bailey, Mrs. O. E.
Bailey and Mr. and Mrs. N. P, Stone
Mrs. M. A. Clark returned Satur
day night from Baudette where she
has been the guest of Mrs. F. H.
Slipp. Mrs. Clark was accompanied
home by Mrs. Slipp and children who
will spend the next week here visit
ing at the Clark and Brannon homes,
after which they will go to Brainerd.
to visit friends for a week.
W. S. Gunsalus, a farmer living
near Fleming, Pa., says he has used
Chamberlain's Colie, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy in his family fcr
fourteen years, and that^he has found
it to be an excellent remedy, and
takes pleasure in recommending it
For sale by Barker's Drug Store.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Smyth enter
tained a few friends last evening at
a 6 o'clock dinner, in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. N, P. Stone of Crookston,
who are the guests of their daughter,
Mrs. Thayer Bailey. The guests in
cluded Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Stone.
Mrs. H. W. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. S.
C. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Bailey
and Mrs. O. E. Bailey.
W. L. Brooks, Earl Barker, F. S.
Lycan and W. A. Gould with their
autos full of men left this morning
for Whitefish lake. The men are be
ing taken along to work on the road
and they hope to put it in sueh shape
that it will be easy for machines to
take the trip from Bemidji to White
Pine camp. The parties expect to get
back to the city early this evening,
A vast amount of ill health is due
to impaired digestion. When the
stomach rails to perform*its func
tions properly the whole system be
comes deranged. A few doses of
Chamberlain's Tablets is all you need.
They will strengthen your digestion,
invigorate your liver, and regulate
your bowels, entirely doing away
with that miserable feeling doe to
faulty digestion. Try it Many oth-
ere have been permanently |tured
why not you? For sale by darker'*
Drug Store,. r'^g&Jz _.
Those-who attended the Scotch pic
nic Sunday were entertained by the
Sinclair family. The family consist
ed of the father, a daughter of about
sixteen and two sons of about twelve.
They were dressed in the regulation
Scotch costume and their entertain
ment consisted of bag pipe selections
and Scottish dances. Several hun
dred people went to the outlet and
had picnic lunches. ~r~
R. C. Hayner, one of Bemidji's
real estate boosters, who has an office
on Beltrami avenue, has a unique
plan to sell a tract of land on the Ir
vine avenue road, 4 1-2 miles north
of post office. He is holding what he
calls a dutch auction. He has placed
the price of the 120 acre tract at
$1,800 or $15 per acre, an dwill re
duce the price $50 per day until the
piece is sold.
He assures us that the land is well
covered with timber and that it is
cheap at $15 per acre. In fact he
says the cheapest land surrounding
this piece is held at that figure.
It might be well for any one want
ing a piece of land to watch his win
dow for price.Adv.
Notice to Road Contractors!
Bids will be received by the town
board of the township of Nebish for
the construction of a road.beginning
at the 1-4 post of the southeast 1-4,
of the southwest 1-4, of section 36,
township 150, range 33, running
west 80 rods, and bids will be re
ceived to build approaches to the
new bridge across Mud river. Speci
fications may be seen at the office of
the town clerk, town of Nebish, at
2 p. m., August 31, 1912. The board
reserves the right1
to reject any'bFall
C: .1? DIETEL,
PAID ADVERTISEMENT ($3.00 for series.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the nomination of treas
urer of Beltrami county and solicit
herewith the support of the voters at
the Republican primaries to be held
Tuesday, September 17th, 1912.
O. J. TAGLEY.
110.00 for Series.
Acting upon the earnest,: solicita
tion of friends, 1 agaftt- announce
myself as a candidate tor^tSe^'ialBm-
ination of sheriff of Belran& esdnty
and solicit the support of the- voterst
at the Republican primaries jp he'
held Tuesday, September -17th, "lSffsl
In the Nature of Things.
"Contentment is better than riches,"
said the ready-made philosopher.
"True," replied Mr. Dustin Stax*pbut
my observation is that a man who Is
rich has a better ehanee~f becoming!
content than a man who Is contented
has of becoming rich."
HAY FEVER ATTACKS
Just Try Ely's Cream Balm, A Cleans
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Are you half sick for, two or three
months every summejf with Hay Pev
erviolent sneezing spells, running
at the nose, intense itching in the
corners of the eyes, pain and soreness
in the bacfc of the throat, at nights a
stuffed-^up feeling in the head and an
asthmatic wheezing in-the throat and
chest? If so, you can get almost in
stant relief by simply using a cleans
ing, healing antiseptic cream called
Ely's Cream Balm.
Hay Fever Is due to an extremely
sensitive condition of the membrane
lining the nose and throat. Dust,,
smoke and certain odors irritate thik
delicate inside skin, it becomes in
flamed, causing a watery discharge*
from the nose and violent spasms.-of
Ely's Cream Balm will relieve--all
these distressing symptom* in?five
minutes' time. It opena up the air
passages, soothes, heats and-strength
ens the weakened* inflamed mem
branes, restores then* to healthy, nor
mal condition!, so t-hat yon are not
subject to Hay Fever-attacks.
Get a fifty cent bottle from your
druggist today. Give it a fair trial,
*ad get your money back if you are
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Some time" ago I was troubled with
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I would have to stay in bed the next.
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Granville, N. Y.
State of New York
Br. Thner ft Co.
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