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Room? for rent. J. Peterson, jr.
We mix paints to order. Jones. 6tf J. Cowan returned last night to Farley. F. J. Kline made a trip to Ten^trike last night. Matt Matthew.- was, a business vis itor from Guthrie yesterdav. C. W. Speelman returned yesterday from a trip through the west. Edgings for sale, 16 inch $1 a load. Call up G. E. Carson. Phone 71. S-tf The latest publications most always otf*hand or will be-ordered lor you. at Feterson's. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cornwall returned last night from a ten day.-* visittn the twin cities. Dog goneIrish setter, white on nose, breast and feet. Liberal re ward. W. W. Browne. F. D. Warner and Miss Bridgeham of Akeley were guests of Rev. Foster and wife last Sunday. A meeting of the ball boys will be held at the city hall tonight. All those interested in the game should attend. Pogue brothers returned this morn ing from Tenstrike, where they made arrangements to move the bank build ing at that place. The Nymore road has been finished. It is now the best road leading into the city and a grert improvement to that part of the town. An injunction against O'Brien and Hurley for interfering with John Jan koski's stock was granted by Judge Spooner last night. C. H. Laidley is on his way back to Turtle from Grand Forks. He re .ports his father very low at the latter placethe doctors having no hone for his recovery. 'The Trial of Jesus From an At torney's Point of View," by C. W Scrutchins at the M. E- church next Sunday evening All are cordially invited to attend. Mr. S. Garvin and wife, who spent the winter with their daughter and son-in-law, Pastor and Mrs. Broom held, have arrived safely in Boulder after visiting a few weeks with children in Minneapolis and Mapleton. pr-yrTQ Dr. C. J. Larson, the *-i I ^'^eye specialist and op ician, ma kes his next regular visit to Bemidji, May 10 to 23. If you have .headache, youreyes pain, water, smart, blur, etc., don't neglect the opportuni ty of consulting Dr. Larson. Office at Hotel Markham. The police have had some difficulty lately with a couple of saloon men in the city who have the idea that an .officer cannot go into a place and ar rest a man unless called in by the proprietor and if another case of the kind jcomes up the proprietor is liable to acc6rnpany the offender to the jail. The pastor of the Baptist church was unable to preach last Sunday. He will cherefore preach on the sub jects next Sunday that were an nounced for last Sunday, namely: "Christians of Honor and Dishonor," ia the morning at 11 a. m. In the evening at 8 p. m., '-Follow Me." Sunday school at noon: Junior Union at 3 p. in. Young Peoples' Union at 7:15. All welcome. A meeting of the ladies of Bemidji called by Mrs. Bayrell after her lec ture Sunday evening, May 10, resulted in the organization of a W. C. T. U. with a membership of 24. Officers are as follows: President, Mrs. J. Trask vice president, Mrs, Christian cor responding secretary, Mrs. G. Rorers recording secretary, MaynonaL. Nye treasurer, Rose Burrinsfton. A meet ing will be held in the lecture room of the Presbyterian church Friday, May 1~), at 4 p. m. All ladies disiring to ioin mav do so at that time. First Class Sample Room. Choicest Brands. MACS MINT Geo. McTaggart, Prop. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Beltrami Avenue. Bemidji, Minn. WA AAAAAAAAAAAA^ ArrflrA A A rfir A itk ArrflrrffcrA Bread and bakers' goods at Peter son's. Fred Hall returned from Tenstrike today. J. Peterson's new peanut roaster is a "pippin." M. Nelson was an arrival from Aitkin today. FOR SALFTamarack wood any length. G. E. Carson. B-tf. Arthur Haybertr' of Brainerd is call ing on friends here. S C. Johnson was transactingbusi ness in Bemidji this morning. T. Fv Simpson of Minneapolis transacted business here today. C. D. Billings, a Crookstonite. is looking UD acquaintances here. Mr. and Mr-. W. Bieford left this morning for Guthrie. .Minn. Andrew Sabey of Oakwood is in town settling up old scores today Harry A. Bliler sold an acre lot in block 2 to Hubert Brit/, yesterday. Judge Reynolds completed the foundation of his new house today. Fresh, delicious confections in pack ages our specialty. J. Peterson. Jr. Peterson's ice cream parlor and fountain will be in operation about May 2."). The fire laddies are preparing for the next tournament at Park Rapids, June 23-2i W. W. Browne made a business trip to Blackduck last night, return ing this morning. R. E. White of Blackduck stopped off in the city between trains. He is on his way to Duluth. H. H. Wheelock is enjoying the sights of Bemidji today. He reports all well on the old homestead. The name of the Senate restaurant has been changed to the Palace cafe. Mr. Buckley took charge this morn ing Julian Peterson operates his up-to date roaster every evening and turns out hot, palatable peanuts and pop corn. The school house grounds are being leveled up and trees set out. When completed it will be a ereat improve ment. Dr. Toumy returned this morning from Ann Arbor, Mich., where he at tended the funeral of his mother last Saturday. H. Miles, who has been in Chi cago for the past two weeks looking after his business interests, and ex pects to return next Sunday or Mon day. Aubalee & Kroken sold two row boats and the launch Viking to Black duck parties, and left for that place where they will launch them_ in the lake. Fred Brinkmau says that the man who took the collar from off the neck ofiiis dog,Prince will replace it with in a few days he will stay proceed ings against him, as he is known. Elmer Haggerty has sold his livery barn on Third street and will move to the Saskatchewan country the first of next week, Mr. Haggerty will ship his cattle and effects there at once Northern grown strawberries are coming in tine, and are cheap this week. Two express shipments per day at Peterson's. 'Phone 184. Free de livery before i and after 4 at present. I am fairly settled in my new lo cation where 1 have inviting and commodious quarters, and am pre pared to serve you better than ever. To all my friends and the public gen erally I extend grateful and cordial greetings. J. Peterson. Jr. George McTatrgart's family revelled in the pleasures of a maskalonge dinner today, the fish being the first of the thoroughbred species ever taken from Lake Bemidji. so far as there is any authoritative record. A brace of friends donated the unusual morsel with their compliments. T. A .Johnston of Duluth is regis tere 1 at the Markham. Charles Conharu of St. Paul called on Bemidji customers today J. J. Cpsahl of Fosston is lookiug up real estate matters in the city J. Burke, one of Solwar's busi ness mep-, transacted business here this afternoon. Charley Fisk is home from Man kato. "wherejhe has been selling tick ets for the Spo road for tin1 past six months. Tbe reports that thousands of L'nele Sam's subjects a"e rushing into the Canadian Xorthwe.-t. ami from present appearances they will soon out-vole the natives and annex that principality to our domain with out a fight. IT LOOKS LIKE ROSEAU Great .Northern Surveyors Mov ing North Toward Roseau. The Great Northern surveyors, who have been working on the north end of the Pelican Rapids extension, have completed their work south of Mcin tosh and moved north, .lust what or where they are headed for is a secret which is being carefully guarded, but looks like Roseau, with a possible ex tension to Wat-road. Their course so far as outlined is a trifle east of north and takes them about three miles east of Lambert and sixteen to twenty miles east of Thief River Falls. Fol lowing this course, and assuming that Roseau is their destination, they would run into that village by way of the oil trail, a little to the west of the south fork of the Roseau river. This would irive them an excellent location and the cream of the territory of their present lines. FOSSTON TO CELEBRATE The People of That Burg Will Honor Norwegian Inde pendence Day. The 17th of May. the anniversary of the drafting of the constitution of Norway, and recognized as Norwegian Independence day, will be appropri ately observed by the Norsk residents of Fosstou, by a patriotic celebration at On I lake,, about two miles west of the city. The celebration will be under the auspices of Fylking lodge. I. O. G. T. of Fosston, and the pro gram arranged for the day includes music by the Fosston band and speeches to be delivered by Prof. Aaker of Concordia college, Moor head, and Hon. 13. S. Bennett. HOTEL BURNED. Summit Hotel at Buena Vista Goes Up in Smoke. The Summit hotel at Buena Vista was burned to the ground at 2 o'clock this morning. The building1 Police Court. A Mill Park resident was fined by Judge Ackenbach yesterday for wife beating. Monday night he was pulling his wife around by the hair, near the new saw mill, when a switch crew on the M. & I. interfered and came near taking the law in their own hands. Had it not been for a few cool heads the wife-boater might have had a go for his money. A woman 77 years old was found by the night police in a saloon in company with a male companion. Both were landed in jail and the man fined and costs by Judge Ackenback. and the woman was given a chance to leave town. Frank Richards got 30 days this morning for lifting a watch from a drunken lumberjack last night. His story of taking the, watch to keep until the other fel low sobered up didn't stick with the court. Card of Thanks, In leaving your city it is our desire to thank the many patrons of our store for their patronage in the past and to wish you peace and prosperity in the future. During our three years in busi ness here we have met with fair treatment and good fellowship and are sincerely sorry to part company with one of the best little towns in northern Minne sota. BARNEY BURTON. By VAL KASPAKEK. Manager. Hlant Column FOR SALE- Voting pi: Dancalf. WANTED Carpenter for m^S w^jS Set- .1. 1\ iitf ANYONEdesiring to buy a rotary sawmill 20,000 feet rapacity write "No, 300,..' care this office. LAM. & CARTER exclusive agents for Bailey's addition. WANTED Two painters ami iper hangers. W. C. .lone-. .'!tf 3 Floor Finishing, 4 i and contents are a total loss,- with no insurance. Mr. Speelman. the owner, says he will rebuild at once on'anaex"i Granite Floor finish __ day's eta iTe LOST Watch* with raised initials \i^h "E. s." on case, ami chain with f*** K. 1'. fob in boat nine a' \\u- City ajs Tweht\ tivr lii/ilat's reward for returji ot Boat House tin- morni: reward S. Seowar. am i' WALL PAPER and PAINTS g, W. G. JOflES I Tf.LKI'lloN!-: 20 ijj Office Opp. city Boa* [Iouse ^i- VV-r SiKijvj-tv, 1"p-'.^-.iiitv Work. -j la!: on v. BEMID.H DECORATING C0MP.YY A bf the Old Ideas that are goou as weii as the Latest Methods of wo. k. Phone No. IT. Bemidji. Minn. :THE: Daley Restaurant, c. M. MCCARTHY, Prop. Reopened under ne management. Strictly first class in every par ticular! Prices reasonable. We are ready to meet all comers. Caters to the best in the city. j.pMimiiGj Decorating 206 2nd St. W. See our Designs You Will Have No Other Office at MINNESOT A IRO N & CONSTRUCTIO N CO. M. G. SL0C11M. Manager Sells all the Latest Designs in Iron Fence & Lawn Furniture HE Big Store ias on hand the largest and most com rlet lint* of tionoral Mt*rrhaiiii in Beltraiui GoTiirtv. .Inst received, a Screen Doors for Flyline.oi Time It \iu arc in the market tor a new screen door dbn.t tail to see. our line tie fore I'livin^. It will i\ xpi\ well. McCuaig&Ludington Private Lawns, Court Houses, Parks, School- Houses, Cemeteries and Public Grounds A up-to-date Iron Fence of an attractive design will greatlyi ncrease the value of your property. It al- ways looks neat and will last a lifetime. A surpris- ingly low prices. See Us at once for Designs and Prices Lakeside Bakery. C. C. Doty. Admr. East 3rd St. Telephone 118 A line of fresh baked goods constantly on hand. Goods Delivered Promptly M. G. Slocum INSTALLMEN MUSI STORE, BEMIDJI, MINN Also a complete stock of Fruits. Candies and: 1 0i)JlCC We Handle Ives* Celebrated Ice Cream Daily Pioneer Want Ads, One Cent a Word Telephone Pa Get Our Prices Beautify Your Home