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Grand Forks, B. C, Friday, September 9, 1904
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK
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Grand Forks Parties Secure
a Working Bond on This
Property.
Is  Located   in the Greenwood   High - Grade
Belt.
fissure, occurring in a contact between granite and June. Two other
parallel veins on thc Strath more
also give promise of disclosing
equally high grade ore when developed. They will ultimately be
reached hy the cross-cut tunnel,
which has already been driven 150
feet in the direction of No. 1 vein.
CITY NEWS
Up to the prwent time there have
been fourteen scholars enrolled in
the Grand Forks high school.
W. A. Harkin, who returned Tucs
day from Greenwood, confirms the
report that a number of citizens of
Grand Forksnre financially interested
in a working bond recently acquired
on the Strathmore claim, situated in
tho Greenwood hjgh-grade belt. The
intention of these parties is to
ganize a stock company and to start'
development work within the next
fortnight. Mr. Harkin was greatly
impressed with the possibilities of
milling in the high-grade belt, in
view of the great success achieved by
the Providence and Elkhorn and
other properties. The Strathmore
is a full claim. It is situated in
what is locally known as the north
belt, being separated from the Providence by only one property.
A shaft 00 feet deep has been sunk
on the lead. At the bottom of the
shaft the vein was found Ut have
faulted, and accordingly a cross-cut
was run a distance of 60 feet, when
the lead was again encountered. In
this working the vein is quite strong,
averaging six to eight inches in
width and in several places swelling
to a width of twelve inches. Drifts
were also run from the fiO-foot level
of thc shaft in both directions for
nearly 60 feet. Froin these workings, and from the sides of tne shaft,
considerable ore was extracted by the
late owners. On the surface then
are numerous open cuts and a deep
trench opened up along the course
uf tho vein. Thus far the property
hns shipped about thirty tons of
high-grade ore, some of which was
hauled in the early days in sleighs
to Mi.reus, whence it was shipped by
rail to the Tneonia smelter. The
Inst shipment of three tons was extracted from the surface workings,
about a year ago. Jt was treated at
the Boundary Falls smelter and
netted 878 per ton in silver nnd gold.
Thc latter represents 10 per cent of
the total values.
The new owners intend to drift
south on the vein shown up on the
50-foot level and extend the working tn a point underneath the trench
and open cuts from which the last
shipment of ore was extracted. Then
the work of stuping out the ore will
he rushed in order to make a em load
shipment before the end of next
month. The Strathmore also has a
150-foot tunnel which will cross-cut
the vein at a depth of 150 feet when
extended an additional distance of
abou\ sixty feet. As soon as this
proposed work shall hnve been accomplished, the niiinagement will
have little difficulty In keeping up
tho shipments, ns ample stuping
■giound will then be available. Recent assays of ore ill the shaft gave
a return of $198 per ton. The management anticipate that ore of that
value will be struck, as no attempt
was made to sort the ore in the
early shipment.    Th
Police Magistrate W. Ii. Cochrane
wont to Curlew lake Wednesday on
a hunting expedition. He brought
back a nuniher of birds.
Fnr  Sale—South    African
Scrips.    Apply at this oilice.
War
Horn—In Grand Forks, September 7th, 11)04, to Mr. and Mrs. J.
R. McDon-'Id, a son.
James Rutley, day clerk at the
Yale, and Mrs. Rutley returned on
Tuesday from a short visit to Xel
son.
Sylvia Ross, daughter of W. T
Boss, the rancher, had the misfor
tune, a couple of days ago, to full
from a chair and break her arm at
thc elbow joint.
nay by pupils of high and public
schools; three prizes for collection
of postage stamps; two prizes for
best bouquet of wild flowers; two
prizes   for   best three house plants
Kettle Valley Engineers Left grown by girls under 15 years. Values in the
Piizes are also offered for embroidery, crochet work, monograms, darning, best six button hele, and for
the best dressed doll to be done by
girls under 15 years.
Last Tuesday for Spence's
Bridge.
Helen   Mine
Run From $100 to $500
Per Ton.
Will Decide on a Route Between   That Point and
Franklin.
Peter A. Z. Pare was out hunting
one day this week, and brought
home a pair of prairie chickens and
a rattlesnake with thirteen buttrnis.
An unlucky number—for the snake.
Joe Thatcher, of the Club, bus
been spending half of the present
week o
Cascade
his   fish    preserve
Miss Lottie Hammond returned tn
her home in Republic, Thursday
morning, after visiting friends in
this citv.
W. H: Warrington, g.meral superintendent of the Kettle Valley lines,
and A. W. Davis, assistant engineer,
left the city last Tuesday to make
a reconnaissance survey of the proposed extension ofthe road between
Franklin eamp and Spence Bridge,
onthe main line of tie C.P.R., adis-
tanee of about SO) miles. They
took with them a couple of men and
a number of puck horses. Frank
Fritz will act ns guide.
On their trip north the party will
follow the west folk of the north folk
of Kettle river via the coal fields to
Fire Valley; thence west through
Fire Valley to Vernon; thence to
Nicola lake; thence via Salmon river
to Spence's Bridge. On the return
trip the party will retrace their
steps as funis Fire Valley; thence via
the east fork of the nortli fork via
Franklin camp. Tho object of the
trip is to determine the most feasible route in respect to grade anrl distance between Franklin camp and
Fire Valley. From Fire Valley lo
Spence's Bridge there is only one
practicable route. The party took
along an aneroid barometer, anil
will take levels. Tiny expect to be
gone about forty days.
The proposed road will upon up
a number of districts wonderfully
rich in mineral wealth, as well as
traverse numerous valleys whose
agricultural possibilities cannot at
present be fully realized.
Mrs. Frank Royei
parents in Republic th
week.
visited  hoi
first of tin
The performanee of the Bohemian
Concert company, in the Biden
opera house Saturday night, promises to be one of the musical treats
of the season. Wherever they have
appeared, the press speaks in the
highest terms of their entertainment.
Miss M. E. Webb, the milliner,
arrived in the city on Wednesday.
The Case block, on the corner of
Bridge and Second, has been handsomely fitted up her. Her stock will
arrive from Winnipeg in a few days,
when she will have a grand millinery opening.
H. N. Galer, general manager of
the International Coal & Coke Co.,
Ltd., arrived in this city lust Wednesday from Coleman, Alta. Mr.
Galer will be married to Miss Belle
McLaren, daughter of John Me-
Laren, of Carson, on the 20th inst.
The ceremony will take place nt the
home of the bride's father.
SUNSET   SUANTERINGS
Don't forget the Bohemian Concert company's entertainment in the
Biden opera house Saturday night.
Plan of seats at Woodland's drug
store.
Threshing is now in full blast in
this valley. Handlers report an average yield. Instances are recorded
of wheat going HO bushels to the
acre and oats 60. Norman McLel-
hin says he is going to handle the
entire crop of this vicinity.
The Grand Forks baseball club
lost both games to Republic last
SuudiiA and Monday by scores that
did not admit of laying the blame
on the umpire.
The Kamloops Standard, speaking of the Bohemian Concert company, which appears at the Biden
opera house Saturday evening, Sept.
10th, says: "The Bohemian Concert company's program is sufficient
to satisfy all tastes. Little Glen won
her wny into the hearts of the audience once. Miss Marraek possesses
gteat ability. Mr. Herbert Taylor
has a splendid voice of considerable
range and power and especially rich
vein is a true! in low register." .
W. B. Shaw, who   has   been   i
charge of the down townollieeof tli
Dominion Fxpros< eompany and (
I'.K. Telegraph company for n number of years, has he-n  promoted   ti
the Nelson office, mid    left   for   hi;
new   post  of duty last Wednesday
Mr. Shaw was decidedly popular in
Ihis eity, and will be greatly missed
by his numerous friends. Mis family
still reside here, hill will shortly r
move lo Nelson.   Mr  Shaw bus been
succeeded in the local   nfihe hy   II.
Graham, who during  the past  tw
years   bus   been   in  the company
employ nl Vancouver, i
The biggest blast since construction work began on the Phoenix
branch was set off yesterday in the
cut on Coryell's ranch by Subcontractor .Martin Welch. Nine hundred kegs of black powder were
used. The blast tore away the whole
side of the mountain, practically
finishing the heavy work on Mr.
Welch's section. As n result of
the blast, Mr. Coryell now has
more rock on his ranch than he
knows what to do with.
City Treasurer A. J. McCallum
and Hairy Schtiffer are spending a
few days up in the North Fork
country in pursuit of lisli and birds.
Ore in Sight Above 75-Foot
Level Estimated at Over
$75,000.
The Helen mine at Greenwood is
the latest high-grade property to enter upon the shipping stage. The
values run from 8100 to SoOO per
ton in gold and silver. Ninety per
cent of the values arc in gold. Careful sampling shows the run of the
ore to vary from Slot) to $200 per
ton, The lead now being developed
is a true fissure vein about ten inches
wide, and reaching a width of fourteen inches at several of thc levels.
There are 135 feet of shafting and
SO feet of drifting on the vein, exclusive of slopes. On the surface
the vein has been opened up nt intervals across the property with a
nuniher of open cuts from 10 to 26
feet in depth. The ore in sightabnvc
the 78-foot level is conservatively estimated at over $75,000. Three
parallel veins also traverse the property, the i nearest being 8) feet distant .mm No. 1 lead. '-The .oVnie
shaft is to be extended at once to a
depth of 25) feel, when a cross-cut
will be driven to intersect the parallel leads exposed on the surface.
When this level has been reached a
compressor plant will be installed.
The Helen was acquired last March
by Alex Miller, of (ireenwood, with
whom is associated II. N. Galer,
general manager of the International
Coal & Coke company, and formerly
assistant general manager of the
Granby Consolidated Mining it
.Smelting eompany.
The family of ('. M. Turner, Inle
local manager for lheV.it N. Telephone company, left this week for
their new home in Calgary, wher
Mr. Tumor is engaged in the insur
mice business. The family have re
sided in lliis eity for a number of
years, and have a host ..of friends
who will regret I" learn of their departure.
The prizes ih   the children's  department   in   ei etion   with   the
Nelson fair lire v»ry good, and include twelve prizes for penmanship,
four prizes for drawing; also prizes
for map in colors; two prizes of .?.",
and 83 for relief map of West Kuute-
- Au  amateur circus  performance
took plac i Bridge street Wednes
day afternoon. A horse belonging
io Mr. Lane, the rancher, and an
Italian jockey, were the chief actors.
The horse got entangled with the
harness, nml became unmanngablo.
Alter   making    a   few   sorties,    he
walked through the  n door into
W. IC, C. Manly's hardware store.
It is difficult to say who were lie
most surprised, the occupants of the
store or the horse.
Mr. and Mis. C, T. Mitchell, who
arrived in tho oity Sunday night
from their wedding tour, have taken
up their resilience in Dr. Fulliek's
house on Winnipeg avenue.
Tiipi Cunningham, of Vancouver,
government inspector of fruit pests,
was in the eity last Wednesday.
Frank Sherwood, I'. S.  customs
inspeelor at Danville, who has been
■ ai duty at Midway and Chesaw for
a couple of weeks, bus resumed  his
uu between  Danville nnd Marcus!
A number of shipments of ties for
the smelter spur of the Great North*
el'll have arrived, ill the eity this
week.
Work on the B. C. mine, in Summit camp, was resumed Inst Monday, after being closed down
for about a year. A force of
twelve men is employed, and at
present the work will be confined
mainly to surface stripping. In
the years 1900, 1901, 1002 nnd 19D8
this mine shipped n total of 101,-
07o tons of ore.
Dave Kvans, of Fugle City, was in
town yesterday. Mo reports thai
the recent bush lies up the river
destroyed the Golden Eagle mine
shafthouse, which was equipped, with
a boiler and pump. The loss Is about
$2600; no insurance, W, II. Fox.
who was erroneously reported as
having died about a year ago, nnd
S. Molton-Barrolt are Ihe principal
owners of the Golden Eagle.
The Betts it Hesperus company
is building a wagon road from the
mino'to Fourth uf July creek. This
work was made necessary ill order
to transport machinery to the property.
The K. P. 0. mine in Greenwood
eamp, was sold this week to Nortli
Dakota parties. The price -aid is
said to l.iive been (16,009,
The very best smokers in town at
Donaldson's. Large range from whioh
to ehoose.   Get our prices by the box.
\
m—i   - rjMILliNERY
The largest and most carefully
selected stoek of Fall and Winter
Pattern and Ready-to-Wear Hats
Children's Hats, Baby Bonnets, Etc.
Ever brought to Grand Forks will be opened up for the inspection nf tlu*
ladies of tin1 city in a few days. The goods have been shipped from Winnipeg
and will arrive in a day or two. Correet styles. Moderate priueH, Inspect
inv goods iTefore making your fall purchases. Date of opening will lie announced
in a dav or two.
cTWSS M. E. WEBB
Case Block, Cor, Bridge and Second Streets-
STlti? Sunttnn dim
PUBLISHED EVK11Y TUESDAY ash fhiuay
KVENINCIS ATOIIASIl FOURS, II.C, BV
G. A. EVANS.
SUBSCRIPTION HATES:
One year....,$2.00 I 'Hirer months. .SO
Sir. montlis .. 1,00 \ One. mouth 20
Ailecrtisiny rates furnished, on application.
Legal notices, 10 and 5 Cls. per line.
Address ull communications to
The Eviminu Sun,
PnONE 55. OKAND   FOHKS, 11. C.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER9, 100i
There are so many fairs nowadays
that it puzzles the average man to
decide nt which he will hire fairest.
With another railroad and the duplication of the Granby smelter in
sight for next summer, (irand Forks
citizens have no cause to complain.
The senso,i of the year is fast approaching when the coal barons
will need souiejhiagof a more substantial nature than-coal licenses to
keep warm.
It is now generally believed that
the.Dominion elections will not take
place until next summer. This will
give us more space to devote to the
full of Port Arthur and Gen. Koiiro-
patkin's masterly retreat.
NOTICE
AU persons are hereby forbidden
to   cross   thc school  grounds with
teams, horses or cattle,
liy order of the School Hoard.
H.C. IIanixoton,
Secretary.
H. J. Rickard, representing tin
Rossland Miner, was iu thc citv to
day.
See Donaldson's fruit before you
buy. He handles the best fruit
money will buy.
S. R, Almond, mining recorder,
is making a trip up the Nortli Fork
country this week for the purpose of
inspected tho wagon road recently
completed.
"The best is the cheapest," is an
old truism, and it is more so with
fruit than anything else. The best
will always be found at Donaldson's.
A man from Curlew was peddling
prairie chickens around the town last
Tuesday. On the attention of the
officers being called to thc fact, he
was arrested, tried, lined aud had his
birds confiscated.
THE HARDEST FAIN TO ENDURE
Is the pain of a tender corn, but ex
perience proves that corns are cured
quickest by Putnam's Painless Corn
Extractor, wliliieli acts in twenty-four
hours. Putnam's never burns or causes
sores. The only painless cure is
Putnam's. Use no other. II. E,
Woodland, druggist.
Baths 25 cents at tliePaltt-e Barber
Shop,
The Records
Following are the locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government office lit
Grand Forks, li. ('.. of thc Grand
Forks mining division, from September 2nd til 7th inclusive:
RECORD OF LOCATION'S.
Mascot, Weleher mountain, .1, W.
8! a.v and Alex Robb.
I. X. I.., Franklin eamp,   II.  I'.
Wolf.
Troy, Gloucester, relocation of
Josie, Clara West.
Copper King, Franklin camp.
James Little.
Hannibal, Burnt Basin, relocation
of Seninlion, Geo. A. Cameron.
Blue I'eter, Gloucester camp, re-
cation of Ore or No Go, Thomas
Newby.
No. 10 Fraction, Summit camp,
.hinies F. Cunningham.
certificates of improvement.
Ennismore, Burnt Basin, E. N.
Ouimette.
"ERTIII'ATKS OF WORK.
Carbonate, Wellington camp, May
ct al.
Lincoln, Grand Forks, Luke D.
Walford.
Riverside, Grand Forks, Luke 1).
Walford.
Emma, McRae creek, John Kulin.
Glenora, Wellington camp, Naden
et al.
Jim Hill, west fork of north fork
of Kettle river, Wilson ct al.; survey.
First Chance, west fork of north
fork of Kettle river, Wilson et al.;
survey.
Thunder Hill, west fork of north
fork of Kettle river, Wilson et ul.;
survey.
West Fork, west fork of north fork
of Kettle river, Wilson et al.; survey.
Two Orphans, Pass creek, Ker-
nieen and Richards.
Scarboro Heights, east of Franklin
camp, James Little.
Craizalle, Franklin camp, P. T.
McCallum.
Gaston Fraction, Wellington camp,
IM wards ct al.
British Ensign, Spraggett's camp,
Sum linker.
Hullcr, Hardy moiintin, E. J.
Lett; survey.
Hillside, Burnt Basin, Schicck
and Ciapperton.
Selene, Grand Forks, Win. IC.
Caporn.
(leorgie,  Franklin   camp,  11.   W
Garrison.
-j Montezuma,  Franklin camp. II.
S. Cayley.
TRANSFERS.
Jumbo (J), Franklin camp, Chas,
C, Marsh to James Wilcher.
Wallace (,\), Franklin camp, Wilfred T. Clyde to James WilgjieiJ
Iron Bell Fraction (all), Brown's
camp, James Pringle to C. M. Kingston.
First Chance, Jim Hill, Thunder
Hill, West Fork (all in trust), Thunder Hill camp, P. IC. Willson to C,
F. Diether, C. E. Hamilton and F.
N. Maas.
For Sale—A good pony, M.I in
height; has been constantly ridden
and driven; no better saddle pony;
gentle and gallops fast. Apply at
this oflice.
Anecdotal
Tt !a related ttuit Sninte-Beuve delrst
ed rain. On one oeeiision, when he had
to fight tt duel, he appeared with a piatol
in one hand ami nn umbrella in the
other. "I am willing la be shot," he ex-
claimed, "but not io get wet."
Oeurge Meredith, tlio eminent novelist,
ia ns ulert and will; in Ins eitsuul talk
a* lie is in his flctiun. Nut lung ngo, in
conversation with n friend, -Mr. Meredith wns asked hid opinion of it certain
obnoxious person ivho bud lately sett!.-'
in Ihe neighbor! I.   "lie seems to me,"
replied the author ol "Diana of tin
Uossivays." "to be one of the least ol
lloil's mercies."
A characteristic story of the late Sii
Hector Macdonald has just reached us
Always a man of few words, when send
Ins his only son lo n public school foi
the first time, he addre-isrd the following
brief note to the liradmustori "Herewith
boy Hector, to be made n man of"—a
sentence worthy of being handed down
to posterity us a remarkable exampli
of brevity and sterli; ,- common sense.
An Englishman of somewhat question
able reputation, win. was criticizing tin
inter air way of spelling, once turned to
J '"urine Barrymore, the actor, and said:
'111 leave it to .Mr. Harrymore. Is it
right to leave out the 'u' in such word,-
as harbor,.neighbor, honor, candor, etc)'
Well, about harbor and neighbor 1 am
not sure," replied ll.ni/iiioie, "but wbei-
il comes to linnet und candor 1 leave yoi
out." '
A Business Woman.
Mrs. Dixon—1 wns <o shocked to hen
of your husband'-! dc.ith. I cone ti
console with you n-> your great lo>-
Mrs. Weeds (aW-l'yl— Yes, but it w.i
fully covered by insurance.
Helping Him Along.
Mr. Sbye—I w'oilbl In' awfully pleaaei!
f you tlioilgbt elii.iigli of hie lo mil in-
,y my first name. Mis- W'illinge—Oh
-our i.iot name is good enough for me.
The Family " Champeen."
'***l.l , oi.,. n.-ai lihiu'it Cbimmie msk
n' de ten base bits in de tnine las' Stun
lay?" "Hnhi dai wasn't nuttin' ter de
liil-fi hit- wot his nuiililer made waer
•lie kt Idled him pliiym" on Sunday."
Coming Events
Nelson Fair, September  2Hth  and
29th.
Spokane  Interstate  Fair,   October
8 to!).
Provincial    Exhibition,    Vitooria,
September 27th to October 1st.
SICK AT YOUR STOMACH
Perhaps feelings as if the bottom bad
dropped out of your life. It's Nerviline you want. Nothing restores quiet
and order to the stomach so quickly.
All sipieaniishness anil nausea goes
away the minute you take Nerviline,
and an extra dose or two is always sufficient to set you up inlirst-elass shape,
Nerviline is an old tested remedy for
stomach and bowel troubles and always can be relied on. Sold in large
25c bottles. H. E. 'Woodland, drug
gist.
For a nice hair-cut or shave go to
the City Barber Shop on Riversidi
avenue.    Maths 2."ic.
"You're next" at the Palace liar
her Shop.
Nicely- furnished   rooms,  with or
without board, at the Winnipeg hotel.
n , iik i   To write a irooil baud.
ll J. I I I    '     To writ". Hliorlhlllld.
Yon run llien always secure n iiood position.
i'lli, best iilni'e is lit
THE BLAIR BUSINESS C0LLE6E,
Oatal.aiiio Kw. SI'nKANK, WASH.
Auction  Sale
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE PROPERTY
IINPBR AND HY VIKTIJK OP THK POWERS
U   ofSftja contained  In  two  cftrtnln  Hurt-
rrrtMHi which will be prwuMg «t time of
•ale, there w ill be oHerwl for ".tie by
PUBLIC AUCTION
nt the Court   Hoiihp, Grand   Fork*-,  at the
hour of 10)80 in tlm forenoon* on
SATURDAY, 17 SEPTEMBER, 1904
the folloivlinr ilosl-iiihlo reslileneo property
In lii-aml Korlls, namely:
Parcel.1- In tbe Van Ne»«   Ail'ltloii:   All
Unit rail oll.nl  High 11, llloek Mne, fliu,
'Iwentv-iwo, not conveyed to  the V„ V. AB,
Itallfiay for right otwsy,
I'nreel 2 - Uu   KliM Street:    '■"'    Somber
Three, III llloek Klehtecn. Plan Mltytfwo.
Until  these   I'I ertles  are    conveniently
.Itiuileil.   Ilneaeb is sabl lo lie a well-lnill!
Sml ennunoilIons ilwelllin! house.
1 he unreels will be mill senarately.
For tonus anil rn.nlltlnnj nlioU'lo
Illilon lllooli. Ill-ami Jnrlis,
Solleilors for MOrtgagm,
Ilateil August 2Mb, Will.
TRANSFER OF HOTEL LICENSE.
To the   iiiiiinl nf Lirtx-ilntr (Vimmirwioiiers
In inmI f,.rth.> City of Grand Forhn. ;
NOTICE  is  hereby  given thnt the iinler-1
itgned wl'l «» tit* "»*xt n*-.*>»!n-r if the
Hon.*i. of   Uneneinjr Commissioners fo-*. the;
City nl   Grand ihiUm, npnly tor nt.-initfer
of t.Ve   M-i    ■ i •iTiine   ■.•!■■■ nt nl in rem** ot of
the "WliinipeR." Winnlpeif hvpiiiib.   Grnod
i ork'i, from me to Kmll I.iit-m'-i.
1 nti'*l nt Grand    orhft, it.<■„ tIii*, 8th dny of
All-'IIKt, iv l.
NOKMAN.JACKSON.
WM. F. NEWTON
A PRE8B STOl'K OK
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobaccos
A hnndsoinely fitted up
Ice Cream Parlor
in connection.
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
LTOR   SALE
GOOD DRY
WOOD
mWl- toany$4.50S^:
psirt of the city
Send in your orders
in advance, as we nre
always busy.
W. GLANVILLE,
COLUMBIA P. 0.
|    Heavy teaming of all kinds done
i y J. W. Jones.
COLUMBIA HOTEL
"     JONN PETERSON, PROP.
FlNKSt IJtlANDS OF .   .   .
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
NBAIt 0. P. li. STATION,
Grand   Forks. B. C.
WANTED
A LOCAL SALESMAN
For   Grand   Forks   and utir-
rou«ding territory to represent
CANADA'S GREATEST NURSERIES
Newest varieties and specialties in Hardy Fruits, Small
Fruits, Shrubs) Ornamentals,
and Roses, A permanent
situation, and territory i-e-
served for the right man.
Pay weekly. Handsomeout-
fit free. Write for particulars andfsend 25 cents for our
pocket microscope, just the
thing to use in examing trees
and plants for insects.
STONE <fc WELLINGTON,
Foothill Nuhskriks,
(Over 800 Acres)
TORONTO,     -     -    -    ONTARIO
NELSON FAIRj
Second Annual Exhibition of the
Nelson Agricultural and Industrial Association
September  28th and 29th
NEW BUILDINGS
FINE GROUNDS
BIG PREMIUM LIST
NOVEL OPEN AIR ATTRACTIONS
WHITE FOB I'HIZK LIST.
J. E. Annable, Secretary,
Nelson, B C.
Granby Hotel
Most Conveniently Located Hotel
in the Citv. . . .
JOHN TEMPLE. Prop.
Hur Supplied witli the
Finest Brands of
WINES, LIQUORS
AND CIGARS.
FIRST STREET.
FIRST-CLASS BOARD.
COMMODIOUS,   WELL
FURNISHED   ROOMS,
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
RBurns&Co.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OP
FRESH ca. CURED
MEATS
FISH AND GAME IN SEASON
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
i
0
THE
COZIEST
AND
MOST
UP-TO-
DATE
SAMPLE
ROOM
IN THE
CITY.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING,
THE CLUB
FIRST STREET
JOE THATCHER,
PllOPHlETOII.
THE
COOLEST
PLACE
IN
TOWN.
ELECTRIC   •
FANS
IN  EVEHV
CORNER
H
=0 Daily Arrivals
of PT?Or,'R,"PTT-i,Q By buying in raodei^to quantities
& U-XVW^I^IN.AXl/0 mVi r-igkirig quick sales our stoek
is always kept Iresh.   Our Prices, too, are ALL RIGHT.
PPTTTT TATPQ The timig.put up vour winter's sup-
ri\Ull J.rt-IS.0 p*j „r j,,ms ]„w-now iirrived. We
carry a large stoek of jars.   All sizes.
BOOTS AND SHOES {SffiKffi
in these lines is complete. It Willi pay you to inspect our goods
hefore buying elsewhere.
Phone 30
J. H. HODSON
Opposite C. P. R, Station,
R. 0. IMTCHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turniug, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing,(inn Repairing, Manu-
faeturer of Screen Doors und
Windows.
Riverside   Avenue,
Opposite .1. W. 'one.' Furniture Store.
WATCH REPAIRING
Regnl&ting an<I Adjust;ing a
NpecinltV.    Good work
promptly done by
A.   D,   MORRISON,
Jeweler und OpUeinn,
UKAM1    KOHlv,   H. C.
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'S
CIGAR STORE,
CALL NOW
And get measured for a swell
FALL AND WINTER SUIT
We have all the latest styles and
ran guaruntee vou satisfaction,
and our prices are right. -See us
before ordering elsewhere.
W. H. DINSMORE,
MKHCIlANTTAn.Oll,
OltANIi CORK», B. C
Dr  FOLLICK
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental
College.
Office over Bunter-
PIkTiic 27. Kendrick Co.'s Store.
GEO.   CHAPPLE
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
I Carry a Complete Line;
nf Plumbing Specialties. I
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING,
OPP081TK POSTOFFICE
DR. MACDONALD
DENTIST
fi'l'ildllllle I'elinsylvalliil College nf
ilendil Surgery, Philadelphia.
Olliee ill MogftW llloek.
Phone 188.       Grand Korku, ll. C,
Pacific Hotel
J, J. McINTOSH
Opposite O.P. It. Station,
oiie.'iB. L'olnmliin II.C
Foo Lee
LAUNDRY
KINK  LAUNDERING.'
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASH.".' CLEAN  AND
NICE   AND   IliONKD   HV
.YIAClfJNKI'Y,     NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
NEXT TO CHINESE STORE
HIVKKSIDE AVENUE.
WHY GO EAST
Over Ihe sun-burned, sage brush
and alkali plains, when yon may
just as well lake a delightful, cool
and comfortable ride through Ihe
heart of ihe Rocky Mountains in
view of the grandest scenery on the
American continent?
This you caii do by traveling on,
the Kin Grande system, the fai-
famed "S-enie Line of the World.''
the only transcontinental line passing through Soli Lake City, (lien-
wood Springs, Leadville, Colorado
Springs and Denver enroute to east'
ern points.
Three daily express trains make
elose eonneetions with all trains east
and west, and afford a choice of five
distinct routes of travel. The equip;
ment of these trains is the hest, in-
eluduig free reclining chair ears.
standard and tourist sleepers, a perfect dining ear service, and also
persoimllv conducted excursion eais,
each in charge of a competent guide,
whose business is to look after the
comfort of his guests. Xo more
pleasant and inexpensive means of
crossing the continent can be found
than is provided by these excursions.
Foi; additional details address .1.
I). Mtmsficld, Gen. Agt., RioGraiulo
Lines. No. 12*1 Third Street, Portland, Ore.
THE MILWAUKEE
A t'amiliiir name for tha Chicagg,
Milwaukee it St. Paul Bailw*oy(known
all over the Union as the greai rail
way running tin* "Ipibneer Limited"
trains every day and night between St.
Paul and Chicago, and Omaha Mil
Cfrcago. "The only purfeol train*, in
the world." Understand: Connee-
tit>ns air mm!.) with All Tiiuikci nd
nt'utal LinoH, assuring t*» passengers
tho beal nervico known. Luxurious:
coaches; eleotnc lights, steam heat, of
a verity equaled by no other line.
See tbat your ticket, reads via "T!ie
Milwaukee" when going tn any point
in the United States or Canada. All
ticket agents sell them.
For rates, pamphlets or   other   in-
formatioi), address
It. I, Foud, U.S. Howe,
Trav. I'ass. Agt.,     Gen. Agent)
Spokane, Wash,    l'ortland, Ore
5HORT ."-TORIES
olr F-i^&rhiK fr:" vs, tho fnmmiit
lisli surgeon, wllu astf just retired, l'si.iIi
lislii'tl a record in fterfol'miug one tlion
Kiitiil consecutive o|icr-ilions for appendi>
eitls without a death-
Great interest has been aroused In
London by Uie (innouneonieiit that tin-
Marclieae BTarlo di Riulini, son of tlir*
former 1 tn 1 ian Premier, ia to marry
Dora Labouchere, daughter of Heart
LaboucliSre, the noted c.iilor of "Truth.*
During his lifetime Gordon McICirj
the weiilthy inventor of I he ginelilnp
that revolutionized Bhoemaking, who died
«t Newport lately, deeded all his pro
perty, valued nt four millions of dollars
to Harvard University, retaining an in
come for life.
Mark Twain nnd his wife have lea-seil
the Villa Papiniuno, which belonged originally to the sculptor UaccJo Bandinel
li, a contemporary and rival of Michael
Angelo. The villa is pleasantly located
about halfway bet wren Florence nnd
Tie-sole, and conneefert with the modern
town and the old Ktiusean stronghold by
ft line of electric airs.
That much-quoted superstition, "three
times a bridesmaid never a bride" seem*?
to hnve no terrors for Alice Roosevelt,
who has accepted an Invitation to serve
in bids capacity at the approaching marriage of .Miss'Liiin McCnuley and Mr.
Wblcotfc Tuckerman, ivMoli will take
plaee in Washington, DC, November 25
Miss Roosevelt was a bridesmaid at thf
wedding of Miss Huth I'ruya and Mr.
David M. Goodrich, in Ala-ny, List June,
and also at Ihe marri jrt. of Miss Madeline Jackson to Mr. pi-orge C. J-.ee, jr., in
llo-iton, several years flgu.
Pope Pius has appointed Mgr. Merry
del Vnl to be Pap.il secretary, of state.
It is reported that the n iminationj however, will not be made officially until
tiie next consistory, when the inonsignoi
will also be made a cardinal. Mgr. Del
Vnl is under forty years of age, and is
descended from one of Spain's noblest
families. His mother was an Englishwomen, and he was bort in l-'mrland, rr-
eeiving his early eihi ■ tion from the
Jesuit fathers in S!n-n-lnii i College.
His higher education wus received in the
Academy of Nobles, i'1 Rome, the institution of wbieh he is president.
New York clubmen are going in  for
ftolitics with a vengeiinc:*; It is evident-
y the intention of both Democratic and
Republican parties to [imp repre^-nta-
tive men as alderme'i. Eddie ('ro.viijn-
shield. who ia a member of the K-nieker*
booker Club, one-of the Kmin-h Rfd*»r**i
and a leading spirit in a great many
social and other enterprises. ■- tu r.i
on the Tammany ticket for alderman i'i
the "kid-glove" "district, lu the Republican eamp. there is Beverley R. Robinson, son of Dr. Beverley Robinson, who
i-i to be the candidate in the twenty-
ninth aldermanic district, wbieh comprises the territory on Fifth avenue, between Fifty-second and -■Fifty-fourth
street*.
Helen Keller has just begun her senioi
year at Radclill'e. Her studies this year
will consist of Professor Kittredge'i
Shakespearian course, Dr. Nellson'-a Ens
iish literature, Protestor Moore's course
in Plautus. Cicero and Lucretius, and
Professor Morgan and Dr. Rand's course
in Latin, which covers the a-Minis of
Tacitus, the satires and epistles of I lor
ace, nnd selections from Catullus. Up
to the present time Miss Keller has
passed with credit nil her college examinations. When she lias completed tlii-
year's work, as outlined, she will have
accomplished more in the way of aebolnr
ship than any other porsoii who Ir-*
been handicapped with the loss of sight
hearing and speech.
When Eleanor CflWioun. the Crtlifornii
actress, wns married, n few month-* affo
to Lneznrovilcih. the ■•Vr.inn leader, slu
pnnounecd to her friends that she rtiiadil
some day return to tie stage. She In-
now, however, abandoned nil such *m
bftionfl, and has thrown herself -■nihil**
iastieally into assisting her hnsbnnd ivitl-
his political writings and info Ipoklnj.'
nfter his three children, it will be re
membered Unit Laczarovitcb. heenrdiny
to   his   own   stiitr-i'-t    w-io   ■■■:-.,-i;iHie(l
by certain R»rvinni :"-;."' fo the massa
ere of King Alcxa-'J-r "nl Quern Drag:'
and nsked to accept t!-i- throne as next
in lino of Rucee«r-n dioijld the plot
prosper. ItHoznrhvitcV hnfrever, hiving
no desire to rule the lin^lom, not only
refused to be a c-rdhhite, but left the
country. \t was then 'o came to London, met the California actresl, nnd mar
rind hev.
UNION HOTEL ANDMU51CHALL
Bar Supplied With the Finest Lines of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars. LUNCH COUNTER---
Meals Served at All Hours, Finely Furnished
Rooms in Connection,
PETER SANTURE, Proprietor
IF YOU WANT ANYTHING
IN CLOTHING
It would be advisable to call and see
what we are doing. No trouble to
show goods. For Quality, Fife und Price in Customs Tailoring you
cannot do bettor. ] also have an agency for one of tho best Eastern
Houses, and if there is any
way of getting fit by sending
away for a Suit of Clothes, I
can get it for you, as J thoroughly  understand taking  measurement
SUITS FROM $15 UP
hly understand taking  measurement
f~y r^/~\        [^ V*\    i   p   *^I f~} BRIDOB STREET,
UtU.   C.  i lASi>IC, Grand    Forks.
J. W.Jones
Furniture Dealer
A largd consigmncnt of Lounges, Dining-room Chairs;
Tables and Sofas just arrived. Call and inspect tbem.
Aim* a stock of Blankets, Quilts, Pillows, etc., to be sold
at greatly reduced prices.   Sec our display of Pictures
for Christmas.
Kiverside Avenue
Grand  Forks
K1SB^BBBSS&€@S^
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Q We Sun Office i
(linicil DIRRCTORY,
KNOX I'KI.SMII.KU.N ClIUHCHj lira,,.I
F(,rli. .1. ||. Iluliertinii, B.A., uwtol1.
Servloo. I'vi-r.v .siin.iiiv at ll ii.iii. in .1 7:80 |>,
in.:.*>iiinlav>i.|i.ii.l mul Hilil.. .'In.., .1 li-ni.:
toefttiuiiLtflr IJullu nf ('.  B.,  1'iiuNilii.v. H
KCIISTMBTHoni'lTCIIUUCM Cn'iii'i MiiIii
anil I'lllltMs. .1 Iv lli'lu. IniKtni'. SiTvicii,
i'V,.|.v Siiinlav at II a. in. anil   ".80 IKin.l
olns> meeting at olojo of moriljiiff nrvloei
SiiiiiIiiv  icliooi anil  1111.1.- olaii.al I p. in.;
inavi-r ti tiuir i'Vit.v Tlinr.ila.v  i'viiiiIiik
ai Ii.'i'liirli. i'lii'iiiililli.'lHi'i.iilliilljliivllel.
III'I.V  1K1A II V CHUIIi IllUlinri'li  "f K.iif
lilinl). (ilanil   Klirk>, Hi'iu.v SI....I...  vl.ai-
Huly Communion, 8 a, in.] morutou prayer
mill sol mini, H a. lll.l S lay 1001*01,8 ii. in.;
evenioon ilmlwrmon, TlOu p. in.   All  lire
1'iiriilnll.v lnvlti'il.
Mrs'RiMi. ii r,
CERTIFICATE    OF    IMPROVEMENTS.
Nonnx,
PKKII Mineral I lain. .In.ale In th,. Ornnil
|m,-1..  MinIn.-   I ivi.lon   i.t   lull.  Ili.lili'l
HI,mi' Inontl'.l;    In Itlirnl Kll.li .
TAKK   oi [i'H linn I li.. ninth I.   Unmet.
1     nr llntalanil, ". ' ..a-   III  ftif   Koll»rl    K,
Craiif.inl. '-mi. il. ''.(Vri'llriite No, lt'A780;
I'reil   l.anir",  Prec   111 .er'. t'urtitlpnte   \<
I1UH82, ami John Sia.1.   ree Miller', lerllll.
.■at" *.i     "il;;..i "il.-im 'lay. from tin'
ilnl.'l.iTi...f. luaimli mi     Mlliinu llneonler
r i Cerlll i,. nl   [nun. , ■mniil., for the
liiirims ' nt nlilniMii :  il1  l- .„ ii 'irM.it  nf   till'
alniv 'iilnltn.
Ami fnithertaheiio ltetli.it nili" tnli'i'
Seotion 87, inn.i l i '"I before the
IlliiaiiOiml hi', ililinnl   nl 1". .pinenta.
Unfit ii. •'>■..'[ i,   iiyn' I  ly, A.D nml
|(. .\s   I . I. nl H.VKT, I'.L.S
giiAND forks ri:in:i!.\i, i..\-
Imr Union X.i. SH, A.b.C—
.Meets everv Wednmiflay evening
ut K ii'eltiek In   Kederiil   Union   hall.
|H\    Kill,I,!',   I'll'!-.
Jas. A. Hani.'i>. Se*.
W   II   I'. '■t.K'll'.VT JOHN II. hl'I'.M-B
/ti lUIPX'l1 I' , IM'V/ll'
UiUifeN 14 SrhNufc
Barrister.., Si.lK'lli.rn.
Nomrl.. Kt-'
Itiilni. ni.ii'U, Corner IVI'itilin'K Ai ie nml
Klr.tS t.
illlAMl KOIIK-. U I*
l
-s»RIDERAGENTSWANTED
In each town to tufce orders for our Dew High Grado
Guaranteed Bicycles.
New 1903 Models
"Bellise," Complete $8.75
" CoSSack," Ouoronti'L'il High Grade $10.75
"Siberian," ABeauty $12.75
"Neudavf,"      hottd i:acop      $14.75
no better bioyoic at, any price.
Any olio r nmlcc or model you u-ant ut one-third
usual price, Choieo of auy standard tires aud best
equipment on all our bloycles.   Strongest guarantee,
Wc SHIP OH APPROVAL 0. O. I), to any one
without a cin( deposit aud allow IO DAYS FREE'
TRIAL before purchase, is binding:,
500 SeuondHand Wheels %q .  & ,*j
tnbiin tn trail.' by our Chicago retail stor. s, Ql& If cSg;
all roakis nml niuih.-ls, gnoil nsnnw	
MIMT DIIV "• liU'J'i'ln until ymi havg writen fnr pi
llU I   DUI   FACIOHr PIIICF.S AMI I'I, ft 1' l.'.l. '.in
I Tire*, cooipment, lundrie. anil Rtmrlitig gomls of nil lilmls. at linif rogltlor prlc
In our big tree sundry calniog. (. mt n ins a world nf psontl liti.i.iiiitkni. \\ii;- for J-
i. L. MEAD CYCLE CO., Chicage, ill.
i
(> "LIKE THE OLD FRUIT -AIRS."
ELEVENTH ANNUAL
Spokane Interstate Fair
.   Spokane, October 3 to 9
WITH LARGE DISPLAYS MALL DEPARTMENTS.
$2000 OFFERED FOR FRUIT AND FRUIT EXHIBITS.
MORE THAN 8:10,000 IN PREMIUMS AND PRIZES.
FIVE Oil MORE EXCITING RACES EACH DAY.   812,000 IN
PURSES.
DOWN TOWN CARNIVAL EACH NIGHT.
FIFTH REGIMENT HRITISH ART1LLDRY RAND.
FREE HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE ATTRACTIONS DAILY.
FINE MINERAL DISPLAY, DOG SHOW, ART EX III HIT, Etc
REMEMBER— LOW RATES AND SPECIAL EXCURSIONS ON
ALL RAILROADS.
Concession Privileges for Sale.
Write for Premium List and Race Program.
ROBT. H. COSGROVE, Seoretary and Manager.
fi
-«-
W.K.C. MANLY
1)
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines for   1900, 1001,
1908, 190-1. nnd for the past week:
WOO
Granbv Mines, Phoenix  64,588
Siiiiwsliiie.   I'lioeiiiN        297
Mother Lode, Deadwood,;    £*,840
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Morrison, Deadwood	
B. ('. Mine. Summit  19,494
Emma, Summit	
Senator, .-Summit C>iih|i	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Hrey Fogle, Summit Cnnip	
Nn. 87, Summit Camp	
Mountain Rose	
Winnipeg, Wellington    1,070
GoldenCiown,Wellington    '2,'2oO
Athelstan, Wellington     1,200
No. 7 Mine. Central	
Citv of Paris, Central     2,000
.lewel, Loll!* Lake         100
Providence, Providence	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
E. P. I', and Goldfinch	
Miscellaneous    8,380
1903,
1001.
1002.
100.1
1004    V
ul Week
31,7112
309,858
393,1,SI
866,440
10,230
1,721
20,800
74,212
90,034
141,320
188,079
122,400
3,652
SO-1
7,455
15,731
150
3,339
47,405
14,811
10,305
060
8,530
22,987
303
88,886
'   1.750
1,287
15,637
15,731
222
354
298
99
132
1,040
7S5
2,435
550
5,040
2,968
065
482
350
2,175
219
993
400
107
501
306
220
6,801
325
Total,  tons....
Iranby Smelter tn
ated
00,730
02,387
390,000
230,828
507,515
312,310
084,426
•101,921
0 13,710
896,367
16,300
9,919
...DKALKIt IN.
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Groceries and Gent's Furnishings ======================
The first consignment/of a
large and up-to-date stock of
lill L-l'il ID I UjJ-UJ-1,1
/ PHONE 6
Boots and Shoes
Just Received,
BRIDGE STREET
\
6
A PLEASURE TO SHOW.
Supplies
Also,
Developing
and
Printing.!
H, E. WOODLAND,
DRUGGIST.
PHONE 13 FIRST STREET
IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW
That haif their IHh are due to im
poverished blood, they would use Foi-
iozone and lie saved lots of pain and
Buffering. Ferrozone is a perfect food
I r the blood and auppl o< £'e strengthening elemrnta needed to maintain
health nnd vigor. Ferrozone is a
splendid tonic for weak, nervous women and drives away those dej rested
ft elinga of t\rad weariness. You'll have
strength, lots of it—your complexion
will improve, you will feel ten years
younger alter a course yf Ferrozoue,
which builds up the whole human organism; try it. PrioeSQc. It. E.AVood-'
land, druggist.
dining Stock Quotations
AsM.     Bid
«
Ice!  Ice! Ice!
Leave your orders tor ICE at DONALDSON'S—PHONE (il.
Heat lee in the eity. Prompt Delivery. All kinds of TRANS-
PEE WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
FRANK   J.   MILLER
N. D. McINTOSH
FIRST   STHHtt'l', IIRAND   KORK9
A Complete, Lino of Furniture, Hardwire nnd Cutlery Always
Carried in Stock and Snid Bod-Rock Prices. Largest Variety of
Goods in the City.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
Bought and Sold.    Call nnd inspect My (i
of New Articles Constantly Kept in Stoek.
lods
A Great Variety
STOVES A SPECIALTY,
SEE MAC FOR BARGAINS
FLOUR
IN ANY
QUANTITY
Hay, Grain and Feed.
N. McLELLAN &  CO.
White Bros.
Jewelers and
Opticians
Careful attention
given to
Watch Repairing.
Engraving a Specialty.
BRIDGE STREET QRAND FORKS, B. C.
American Boy  1
Ben-Hur  2
Black Tall  3
Canadian Gold  Fields \
Caril>oi.|(MeK.)ex-div. I
Centre .star  *25
Denoro Mines.,  '11
Fairview  <1
Fisher Maiden  3
Giant  2
Granby Consolidated, $4.25
•j
Morning Glory	
Mountain Lion	
Nortli Stair (E, K.)...
Payne	
Quilp	
Rambler-Cariboo	
San Poil	
Sullivan	
Tom Thumb	
War Eagle Con	
Waterloo (assess, pd).
White Ileal .,
1.1
tl
5
10
15
II
1.1
4.1
13.50
1
1
10
1
THE
taOQOQ
AND THE
(fa ' THE   TORONTO (fa
&AILYNEWSI
I
GRAND FORKS SUN m
2.2qa Yeara
EOR    ONLY..
TO KNOCK OUT COLDS "'
And oure them in an hour without
resorting to nauseous drugs just use
fragrant, healing Catarrhzone—the
most pleasant and prompt eure fur
colds ever discovered, No medicine
to take, you simply breathe the balsamic vapor of Catiiri'bo/.one. It never
fails to root out the worst cold aud is
so simple nnd convenient to use that
no one can oiTbrd to be without it* i
Carry a Catarrhozone inhaler iu your;
pocket, use it occasionally and you
won't have colds. Complete outfit
81,00; trial size 26c. ft. E, Woodland,
druggist.
Tho question: What will we hu\
for dessert? The answer: Call u
Donaldson and get some Qaselwoo
ice cream,   Phone 64,
Maths -lit cents at the Yale Maria
Shop.
"You're next'
Shop.
at the Yule Barber
Now is the time to bring in your
bicycle atjd get it repaired and put in'
shape for the wheeling season, duo. |
CiiaI'1'i.i:, Bicycle Dealer and Repairer, j
MANAGER WANTED.
Trustworthy lady or gentleman to
manage business in his county and adjoining territory for well and favorably
known house of solid financial stand
ing. §20.00 straight cash salary and
expeuset paid each Monday by chock
lireot fnun headquarters. Expense
money advanced. Position permanent. Address Manger, 810 Como
Block, Chicago, 111.
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thc Toronto Daily News. The eyes
of the newspvper world have
been upon The News for the past few
months, during which time several
departures havo been made which
have given that paper u widespread
reputation for enterprise and originality. This latest move is to place
The News nt the price of 81.1)0 a
year by mail, Only u deep-founded
belief in the future success of The
News could lead the publishers to
.make such a reduction in price.
But just us the dollar magazine has
taken bold of the people, so, wo venture to predict, The News will secure a vast and ever-increasing circulation, based not only on the popular price at which it is sold, but
mainly upon the intrinsic merits of
he paper.
We have arrangements concluded
which enables US to club tbe Toronto
News with our own paper at S'2.'2."> a
year in advance, Such a combination presents many unique features
—our semi-weekly giving you all
the home nnd district news, and
the big I''-page daily kocpihgynu In
touch with events nil over the world.
Send us your subscription to The
News, or if you would like to see
the paper first, write us nnd we will
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