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We will for the next two weeks sell the best Cut?
Glass on the market at Finest hand-decorabed Japanese a China A variety of best inakes-q^ad-rupie s'tlver-|:!a Hollow Ware, too numerous to inentlo.fi JEWELER Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Silver ware, Musical Instruments. Al Good Must Sold in Next Tw Weeks and a new brick structure built on the site. Owing to this fact we have decided to give to old and new customers the greatest bargains ever offered in our lino of goods. One-third off nd Habsburg One-third off The latest very handsomely decorated in colored flowers and guaranteed the best time.-" keepers in Kitchen Clocks. First elass ijarlor Clocks oi the latest designs and beautiful-finish! also fine Office Clocks and Regulators One-third 0C1 One-third off A handsome line of sterling silver Flatware, such as Gravy Ladles, Cream Ladles, Berry Spoons, Coffe.Spoons, Fish Forks Sugar Shells, Butter Knives, ote.. One-third off Slightly Used House asid Store Furniture at a Bargain for Somebody. __ Friends and Customers Are Cordially Invited to Su Their Wants in Our Line of Goods at this Sale. REMEMBE TH E PLA In about two weeks C. F. Schroeder's old store, where we are now located, must be removed and then went to Austin, where he borrowed $(i from a farmer, leaving tlje rig with linn. From there he went to Savanna and thence to In- The wolhknown extra heavy plated 1847 Rogers Brothers Knives and Forks Watches and Chains, Charms Goods of every description -L triifJS-t vi I'n ii FIRST DOOR EAST OF FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING N. M. Johnson Bemidji, Minn. the One-third off The very best sterling silver Manicure in single pieces-orin-sets, put up in handsome silk lined Leatherette or cloth-covered boxes also sterling silver Toilet Sets or single pieces of-the very best quality One-third off nd 0 Solid Gold fit [ilie'st Solid (!old and gold Idled pear stone set Brooches, Sleeve Buttons, i^eck Tie Piiis, Shirt Stmls. Collar Bat tons and soneral Jewelry iMiioieiu DINE IN A FLUE. Copper Company Entertains Ranchers at Its Plant. Butte, Mont., June 27.As quests of the. Amalgamated Copper company about one thousand ranchers from the Deer Lodge valley, whose farms have been damaged by the acids and fumes from the new smelter at Anaconda, yesterday visited the smelter and in spected the work being doDe by the company to solve the smoke nuisance problem. The ranchers were brought I to the smelter by special trains fur nished by the company, and a ban quet was served in one of the big fines leading to the new smokestack. I The Amalgamated company has set I tied financially with a large number I of ranchers for damage already done, i and President ^callon of the Anacon da Copper company told them yester I day it was spending hundreds of thou sands of dollars to protect them in every possible way. REVOLVERS BREED CRIME. Montana Judges Oppose the Carrying of Wtctpons. Helena. Mont.. June 27. A war against the practice of young men carrying revolvers has been inaugur ated by th'd various judges of the state. While: the_. statutes provide against the carrying of concealed weapons in Moniana, it is safe to say that six out of ev^.y ten men always arc armed. The sale of revolvers in Montana has inc.ea^ed to an alarming extent in recent .years, and now the district court judges have taken up the matter. In all sections of the state a&.:a '.l cases in which a revol ver always pi^.'s a prominent part I have jeei. increasing with alarming I rapidity uritiJ it Las been deemed acl i visable to take official action in regard to the mauer. ADMITS HIS GUILT. Abbott Is Charged With Taking An other Man's Horse. Nortlifield, Minn., June 27. Orin Abbott was brought here yesterday morning from Macey, Ind., by Sheriff Moshiei to answer to the charge of. stealing a horse, buggy and harness from Marvin V. Brown of Forest on April 9. He waived examination and was bound over to await the action of the grand jury. Abbott is twenty four years of age. In an interview he admitted his guilt, saying that he stole ttio horse, driving to Duridas, diana. fficA'ftS HEAVY ILL Sheriffs of Sc Hoi Si i.-. S. 1st i I COT nties will shipment out oi th service i and i il:- is to I the i (hej i This .v.., fall WO! th, other step horse: -I ~c 3nt off One-half off NIP MY Bt General by Applet re v. Q] 30 rcer cent off!the,1 I an Within the flogs have been i biting many othe hogs, and greal many cases of am. i I I ii ten Era let Watch A tier the ie r:il orl of shipment ii month in all rs at the same pxo.C6ftrt.in in on V/al- Butte an i the :ounties a i ins il oad company (in for shlpm n\ any i: been inspected. E W!AD. Decision Ac Wi ihi i I gabies Feared Stock. 27 Mad dogs rn part of rrM-s north ii Eliohi vhii i also bit md several iv re taken to in ica ro. I-t three mad Center after cattle Lhil of Li -I i he i !i yoi 1 51 'ili' i JMI of C( i ilhibia cfa I day hs.missetl i joi. ii i ligboy, .an I Peine I the gov, rniiTcnl I ike. La tin ment to the La Ppihte Indians of the resid'i of rt fun i. held by the i government, thus reversing the distritfi suprpffre rronrj :1- apneliate count hcrfds that the matti is adi \in- istrative prop.riety involving judicial diecrction. Tussle With Burglars. i Prentice, Wis.-, June 27. Owen i I Bros.' store was pj ?d by a gang of burglars bui the tliieves were fright i ened off by Orin Owen, one-C of the linn, who came al ing shortly after, the building had been opened. He grap i pled with oce of the men, who shot at j-hjm and struck hitn over the head i wifh tlie butt of a revolver. The shot narrowly missed him. Two of the I gang were captured. They gave the i names of John Skull of Ouluth and John. WaEfeTS of Watertowm Wis. Postoffice Safe Blown. New Richmond. Wis., June 27.The safe in the postoffice and general store of Spence, Davis & Co., in Boardnrm, five miles south of here, was blown open and $100 taken be sides stamps and notes, etc. Liauor Cost Knutson His Life. Adams, Minn.. June '27. Louis O. Knutson. a fanner living a mile, and a half west of here, was instantly killed by a fast freight train. He was intoxicated and sitting on the track at the public crossing. %F ri ^F Beltrami Avenue. C. D. Steece The Sign Marv Is here to stay, and is prepared to do all kinds of tm-to-date Painting, Paperhang ing, Free Hand Relief Work, Kalsomin ing, Etc AL WOR IS GUARANTEED DON'T FORGET TO SEE HIM BEFORE LETTING YOUR JOB. HE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. LEAVE ORDERS AT BEAUDETTE*S TAILOR SHOP. C. D. STEECE HE SIGN MAN BEMIDJI, MINN. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. kuutht. ^jlLJ&J&x5x.jE.l?k.jil.J&Lj&!-*3lLJ&a.$- Jk.jGj.J&.k.J F" yiv\ v' ti i iJ ii iirv tj First Class Sample Room. Choicest Brands. Mac's Mint Geo. McTaggart, Prop. UY A LOT i N II E NEW TOWNSITE OF $ irwsFmimfwaBs^igrami^^ MIUI- 0C ATEDO N MALLAR LAKECLHARWATERCOUN' O F. O. SIBLEY PROPRIETOR SOLWAY MINN. 4 i 4 4 4 4 4 4 rs 4 Bemidji, Minn, i