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Grand Forks, B. C, Tuesday, September 20, J 904
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK
Road to the Shonee Mine to
Be  Constructed   at
Once.
Brown's. Mr. Brown is busy making Oregon grape wine. He expects
to put up about -'000 gallons this
fall.
M. Burrell Will Make a Big
Fruit Exhibit at the Armstrong Fair.
Geo. Taylor, of the firm of Taylor
it Fisher, contractors, who have been
awarded the contract for building a
wagon road from the Shonee mine
In the Kettle Valley railway, will
leave today or tomorrow w;ith a force
of eight men to start work on the
contract. The Shonee is located
south of thc international boundary
line, two miles west of Covert's
ranch, near the City of Paris, I.one
Star011(1 Washington properties, and
thc road, which is to be a first-class
one with easy grades, suitable for
heavy teaming, will follow (loose-
man creek from the mine to railway. Thc road will strike the Kettle Valley line at a point four miles
above Danville, where a platform
will be built to facilitate the transference of ore and freight. As soon
as the road is completed a boiler
and ait compressor will be installed
at this mine. At present some excellent ore is being taken out, and
as soon as transportation facilities
can be secured the Shonee will be
added to thc shipping list.
A construction train, which made
its inital trip yesterday, has been
added to the Great Northern service
between Marcus and this city. It is
expected that hereafter the passenger trains will arrive and depart on
lime, as all freight matter will be
handled by thc construction train.
A. .1. Colqiihomi, M.E., expects
to leave in a day or two for New
York, lie will make a visit of several weeks' duration to England and
Scotland before returning to this
citv.
TO J. J.
1 PIT
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Mr. Miner Says He Has Disposed of His Interest in
Granby Company
Thinks Great Northern Wil!
Get Carrying of Ore to
Smelter.
tobcr 5.    The British Jack will fly
high and everything British will be
in evidence.    Big races will come off
that day, including tho Sl-'OO nurse |
for the Interstate Fair stake for 2:17 ;
pacers.    Many entries already are in Herbert   Redpath,  a  C.P.R.
j for this   race and thc sport will be
.great.    Besides  this big purse and
j race there is the gentleman's driving
| race, mile heats, 2 in 3, mixed trot
pace, hobbles barred, owners to
drive. The prize is a solid silver
cup. There will be three running
races on the same day—perhaps
more. In the running races SG00 is
up.    On this day also   conies   the
Brakesman, Loses His Life
Near Greenwood.
M. Burrell, of tbis city, will send
a large exhibit Of fruit to the Armstrong fair, which is to be held on
the 25th inst. Besides a big variety
of apples, plums and pears, he will
also send three bunches of Campbell's Early Blue grapes—something
that has never before been sent out
of this valley.
Miss Grace Bonner gave a rather
unique and pleasing entertainment
in the Methodist church last night
to a small but appreciative audience. The four-act drama "Ksmcr-
olda" was presented ill the nature of
dramatic readings. Miss Bonner impersonating ten distinct characters
with a great deal of skill and artistic
ability. Between tbe acts humorous
recitations and ventrlloquiul specialties were rendered in a manner that
brought forth generous applause.
Taken all in all, tho entertainment
was very goml, and desciveil a larger
house.
A gun club is being organized In
this city. The objects of tl.e organization are, it is understood, a strict
observance of the game laws among
its members and trap-shooting contests.
The Great Northern tracklaying
machine is now daily expected toar-
rive in the city. Thc laying of steel
on the smelter spur will probably
be commenced before the end of the
present week.
Oliver Galer, G. A. Home and Ti
Wells have returned from a hunting trip up the North Fork. They
brought back about thirty grouse.
While up the river the boys
made   their  headquarters at K. A.
Aid. Neil McCallum left hist week
for Toronto, where he will visit for
about a month. Mrs. McCallum,
who has been visiting her parents
and relatives 111 that city for some
time, will return home with her
husband.
Today is the Great Northern's payday on coestruction work in tho
Boundary.
There arc reported to be two marriages oil tin- tapis among the smelter employees. One of them has
already started a furniture factory
for his private benefit.
Miss Webb's millinery opening last
Saturday proved to bca very successful affair. A large number of ladies
attended, and the display of fall and
winter styles was very artistic.
The annual Harvest Home services will be observed in Knox
church Ihe first Sunday in Gclober.
On thc following Monday,' October
jji'd, tue ladies of the church will
give their annual Harvest Home
supper.
Discussion on the skating rink
proposition is now warm enough to
melt ail thc prospective ice that is
liable form in this vicinity during
thc next six months.
The Yale Transfer company commenced to do business in this city
yesterday. Alex Mcintosh is the
proprietor.
Thc prizes in tin.' children's department io connection with the
Nelson fair arc very good, and include twelve prizes (or penmanship,
four prizes for drawing; also prizes
for map in colors; two prizes of |5
and *I! for relief map of West Kooto
nay by pupils uf high and public
schools; three prizes for collection
of postage stamps; two prizes for
best bouquet of wild Mowers; two
prizes for best three house plants
grown by girls under 15 yens.
Prizes aro also ottered for embroidery, crohet work, monograms, darning, best six button holes, and for
tho best dressed doll to be done by
girls under 15 years.
A special dispatch to thc Toronto
Daily Star from Montreal, dated
Sept. 12, contains the following
statement from Mr. S. 11. C. Miner
in reference to the passing of the
controlling interest in the Granby
smelter into the hands of the president of the Great Northern railway:
"S. II.C. Miner, the organizer and
president of thc (Iranby Mining and
Smelting company, on his arrival in
the city today, informed Ids friends
that he had sold out his Contn 1 ing
interest in the big mining and smelt-
ins company to Mr. J. .1. Hill, and
other interests of the Great Northern
railway of the United States. The
Company, which is Ihe largest of
its kind in British Columbia and
has always been controlled by Canadians, now passes under American
control. The entire business of the
eompany, which totalled close tn
tSO,000 a month, l.as, up to the
present time, been handled by ths
Canadian Pacilic railway, btttily the
ohiu ge in ownership the entire business will be bundled by the Greul
Northern railway, which has a
branch line to the works."
Slipped and  Fell and an Ore
Car Passed Over His
Legs.
second day of the ladies' relay race.
In this race each woman  rides four
miles   each   day,   changing  bore
each   mile.    On   British  Columbia
day there also will be a great variety
of vaudeville attractions in front of
the grandstand, and there will  be a
wild west show.    A stagecoach with j
.    , .    ,   ,    ,,        ■        ,     ,   Uvas 111  charge   of t (inductor   Wells
*"v horses starts lor the mines load-1 b .
was made up of the engine anil
ed with passengers. The coach is
attacked by savage Indians, killing
thc guards, who die manfully, lighting to protect thc lives of the passengers.
In addition to these special attractions for this day, there are ull
manner of midway features of fun
hooked this year and a big carnival
in the evening down town by the
Nalt ReissSouthern Carnival company—the best carnival ever on the
Pacific coast. Thc fair itself pro-
mi; e- 11 be better in probably every
department that it has been at any
time in the past. The mining department will be much better than
it has been for veal's.
The annual ordinary meeting of
thc (Iranby company is advertised
to be held on Tuesday, 4th of October, at thc company's ofiico in the
cast, 82Canada Life building, Montreal, at whicl w directors will le
elected and such other business
transacted as may come before the
meeting, .lay I'. Graves, general
manager of the company, was a vis
itor in this city a few days ago, and
will shortly start cast, probably to
be present al the annual meeting of
the company.
In the recent lire at Midway, Mr.
McNicol, thc general merchant, lost
about 812,000; insurance $5,000.
The lire was discovered in Mr. Me-
Nicol's building. -This and the
Midway Dispatch, owned by C. M.
Crousc, and another building wero
destroyed.     Another building  wus the close, or  bofore.   This will in
Spokana Interstate Fair
People living in tho towns along
ihe line of the Spokano Fall- A
Northern railroad wil! be able Iii go
to Spokane Tuesday, October 4,011
a round-trip ticket which will cost
just what a one-way tiekel costs any
oilier day. That is. on thai day a
person can buy a ticket for half fin,
good In return the 10th or any day
prior thereto. The Spokane Interstate fair opens October .'1 und_ closes
October !), The railroad company
provide traius for large crowds October 4, and there is every reason to
believe the attendance "ill be great-
(a Irom ihis pail uf the country than
it has been at any time ol the previous fair.-, for ihis rate given hy lie
railroads is heller than any excur
sion rate In the Spoki ue fairs which
has been given for si vend years.
Besides ihi- one (arc rale tho mad
also oiler.- a rule nf a fare and a
fifth, gund "li any other (lay ..f the
fair and g I lo return the day after
To Smelt This Month.
Thi' Montreal and Boston Consolidated Mining A- Smelting company in two weeks should be shipping ore to the company's smelter at
Boundary I'': 1 s at the rale of from
2 ill lo -100 tons per day. By the
nd of next week the rethnbering
and widening of the Brooklyn incline shaft will probably be completed. Al the Stemwinder men
started to e.0:t the new 'ga'lowS
frame. Until the new air compressor that has never been used is
placed in commission, the Brooklyn group, hy arrangement with the
(Iranby company, will lease BUffi-
cient air lo operate live or six drills.
I'hc work of stripping and preparing
ihe Rawhiirc, another of the Brooklyn group, but located a half mile
distant, i- progressing steadily, and
ii is expected to secure a considerable tonnage from this property,
Colonel (ieorgc Pope of New Vork,
president of the Montreal & Boston
company, and a well known business man nf New Vork, logelher with
A. II. l.iioinis, secretary of tho company, and possibly some others of
those who recently became Interested, will shortly lake a trip west and
visit the properties of tho oompany.
An accident, through which Herbert Redpath lost his life, occurred
near Greenwood at 8:55 last Friday
morning. The deceased was breaking un the ore train which runs
from the Mother Lode mine to the
smelter at Greenwood. The train
is i
ul
four ears. At the time of the accident' the .ears were being shunted on
the weigh scales and Mr. Redpath
was engaged in cutting off three of
the cars. He slipped and fell and
the trucks of the empty car next lo
the engine passed over his legs before the train could be stopped. His
legs were horribly cut and all the
bones shattered. He was immediately taken to the hospital where a
consultation of the medical men of
(Ireenwood and Dr. Gordon of
I'bocnix was held. Tbey decided
that there was no hope to.save his
life by amputation as tbe shock was
too great. The poor fellow passed
away at noon Friday. Herbert Red-
path was about 23 years of age. He
was born near Niagara Falls, Out.,
where bis aged mother still resides,
lie has lived in the Boundary for
several years and was a universal
favorite with ull who knew him.
Much sympathy is expressed for his
brother, E. R. Redpath, C.P.R. station agent at Greenwood with whom
Herbert generally made his home
when in that city. The remains
wero taken to Niagara Falls for
interment.
Miss Jessie Shirley and her company wid be ihe attraction al
ihe Nelsiin opera house during
ll..- fail week. Contemporary
reports pronounce Ibis to be the best
blown up with, dynamite to arrest
the Haines, the origin of w-hicli is
yet a mystery.
commodate those  who for any reason, eunnol g( thefouiili. British
Columbia dny al tho fair will he Ou*
theatrical    organization    thai  hasj.m,,
ever  visited the Kootonnys.    Tl
The City Council
The city council held its regular
weekly meeting in the city hall last
night, those present being Mayor
I laminar. Aid. Clements, Feeney,
Martin, Hutton and McNee.
(in motion of Aid. Clements,
seconded by Martin, the board of
works was authorized to lay a crossing on Winnipeg Avenue at Fourth
street,
On moti f Aid. Martin, a resolution was passed In ihe effect that
hereafter no supplies -hall be purchased (or the city unless authorized
by the council, exeept by ihe city
clerk, and then only on requisition
tn Ihe clerk, signed by the chairman
uf the committee "f tho department
in which thc supplies arc required,
On motion of Aid. Hutton and
McNee, Ihe mayor was requested to
deolare a public holiday on the 2.stli
of September, being the Nelson fair
day, and the clerk was instructed I"
notify tho secretary ofthe fair of the
days that will he presented by Miss
■Shirley   and   her  company during
Tho following accounts wero ordered paid: lie... Chappie. J48.40; M.
II. Bums, Sin..'ill; (iranby Co,,
their engagement are all eompletol jq33 33. ModolLivory, 823.00; .loll'
royally productions, and are rarely |,.lvjSlV r*o., $12.00.
seen outside nl ihe large cities. Ill-
lending visilnrs In ihe fair will du
well in reserve one night al least lor
the theatre.
Fred Russell, ol the Victoria, is
spending a few days al Halcyon
Hot Springs.
-k Millinery  Goods
The largest and must carefullv
selected stuck iif Fall anil Winter
Pattern and Ready-to-Wear Hats
Children's Hats, Baby Bonnets, Etc.
Ever brought to Grand Forks has been opened up for the inspection of the
Indies of the eity. The goods have now arrived from Winnipeg. Cnrreel stylos. Moderate prices. Inspect my goods before making
ymir fall purchases.' FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING iu connection.
cTWISS M. E. WEBB
Case Block, Cor. Bridge and Second Streets-
uJhr Burning &ttti  | sunset suanterings
I'flll.lSIIKU KVKIIV TIT.SIIAY AND FRIDAY
UVIININOS AT QRAXD FOHKS, O.G., BY
G. A. EVANS.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES!
One year..,42.00 I Threemonlhs. .'tit
Sir. months .. 1.00 \ flue month 20
Advertising rule* furnished un appli-
calinn.
Legal notices, 10 and 5 Cts. per line.
Address all communications tn
Tuk Evening Sun,
Phone BB. orand porks, b. 0.
'I OESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1004
Archibald Hardy, of th: (Iranby
smelter force, Und Miss Mary Wray,
of this city, were united in marriage tbis evening at the Methodist
parsonage, Rev. Elihu Manuel performing the ceremony. The happy
couple have a host of friends itl the
city, all of whom wish them a happy
married life. Mr. and Mrs. Hardy
will lake up their residence ill the
house formerly occupied by Mr.
Sable.
Sir Wilfrid Lauder's remark to a
Toronto Star correspondent last
week, when questioned about the
probability of elections, that "Lord
Minlo docs not return to Ottawa
till the first of October," means that
there will be no immediate announcement ofthe Ministerial policy
in that connection. Everyone looks
for an election, but there will be no
di solution until after tho governor
general gets hack to thc capital, and
that puts the probability of an appeal to tho country in October
simply nut of the question, Aside
from this consideration, the lists are
not ready yet, though the government bureau and several priming
offices are turning them out With nil
possible dispatch. The party
workers can do very little in thc way
nf organizing work until the voters'
lists are in their hands. The circumstances, taken together, mean
that there can bo no general election
between this and tho middle of November ai tho very earliest. On the
whole, it is much more likely that
it will not occur before the last of
November, or the first of the month
following.
It is years since so dry a summer
was known all through the northwest, and in almost every section
the shortage nf water has become so
serious a question as to greatly
hinder mining operations. In thel
Cneur d'Alcncs, concentrators havi
been forced to suspend operations,
and this has also happened at lie
large new plant nf the Centre Star
War Eagle al Trail, as well as at n I
number of Slocan mines and al tho
St. Eugcno at Movie So far the
Boundary has not fell tho shortage
to any extent, although the C. P. ll.
is now hauling water by rail from
Greenwood for the use of the engines
on the I'bocnix branch. In Phoenix
if it should become necessary, mi
nceouut of the domestic supply gelling low, to cut off the 'Brooklyn
mine from the mains, that mine can
still use the mine water itself, and
bus a water right of its own to fall
back upon. At thc (Iranby mines,
while the supply is low, Supt.
Hodges states that he has no fear
but that the mines will pump water
enough for all mining purposes till
the wet season starts once more.
"The best is tho cheapest," is an
old truism, and it is more so with
fruit than anything else. Tho best
will always be found al Donaldson's.
It is reported ihat injunction proceedings huve been instituted restraining a Ureal Northern contractor on the Phoenix branch from
crossing a certain ranch near this
citv.
D. A. Bemis, Toronto; C. James,
Montreal; H. N. Galer, Coleman;
L. E. Shields, St. Paul, and C. I..
Smith, Spokane, arc sonic of today's
arrivals at the Yale.
Work has been started on the ore
bins on thc Great Northern tracks at
the Granby smelter. The initial
capacity of the bins will be oOOO
Ions.
L. IC. Shields, one of the head
contractors of the Phoenix brunch
and smelter spur, is a guest at the
Vale today.
Taylor & Fisher, who have the
subcontract for grading the (iranby
spur liclwci'n the smelter and the
dam, including the sidetracks in thc
inciter yard, will complete their
contract today.
.1. P, Loftus will leave:in a day it
two for the East Kootenay country,
where he will make a thorough examination of the Southeast Koote-
nay Coal & Coke Company's group
of claims, and make an exhaustive
report on his return.
II. N. Galer, general manager of
thc International Cole & Coke company, arrived iu ihe city" today from
Coleman, Alia. His marriage lo
Miss Belle McLaren will take place
at Carson tomorrow.
11. C. Alexander, Yakima; I.. Mc-
Niel, Win. Dawes, Spokane; T.
Tiiwnseinl, North Fork, and K.
ICromer, Newark, Ohio, arc registered al the Granby hotel.
ONE CAUSE OF ANAEMIA
Is well known to bo constipation,
which can he avoided if Dr. Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake aud Butternut
are used occasionally. Uneipiuled for
the stomach, liver and bowels. I'se
only Dr. Hamilton's Pills; price Joe.
II.' E'. Woodland, druggist.
"You're next" al thc Palace Barber Shop,
Nicely   furnished   rooms,   with  or
vitlmut board, at the Winnipeg hotel.
I hi I'imtue Binxa.
•Viisl ii'llu«s have n fancy barmaid,
i.i- "Uivid Etihim" in me "Syilacj
I'.iil'.tin." "My fancy i- 11 pretty liltli
mil) tiniliiT, wli.i brtfi tu I'1' every uuin
nun .Inaiin.i in ci'i'iilie'i nailer Ihe eliin
■ I'll    -Ull'l   'llilll    Willi    imili    tongili*   nil J
lii'ii-li iii. Ll... s.oii,. ti,,' It make* nn
itNliuilai I mil lea limi' tit"""' a week
^inl'mlly ;»i -.u-l, inn -. nnii as -en-
-i-iajn- iim in- ,ii- Oh- nit- her troubled
nltil Minii'li ni', nliuw.s 11 !)!>.' tear lu tl.Op
nn   1,I.i   mi-e
"She ivtirku frm.i li:|u tn ll on week
dny- ami tiil la 0:1 Siiiiini iv.. niul got*
til;    -.i.iliiig-1   per   week. '  There   hit
twn utner women in the .'hop—ihe pro
man. who tines the •'.one and gets tiie
same—viz.,   lilteea   hliimiu-    pel    Week.
My idrl reckons the hawk-eyed proprie
ties- is a devil tn pet nil with, mul
Blears £11) a week. s|,e lines the girl-
tlxncnee every time they cut a tuaii. My
zill loses oil un average four shillings n
week at tlii--. 'Unless yon goon earn
enough   tu   marry   me,   I'll   he  cutting
stuni'ieie's   iliroa*.'   she   -aid   ye>ten|:iy.
Poor Utile leggiirl She'- miserable; Took
her nut list Sunday nflernooii. Passed
two .Johnnies; henfil otie uf them snv.
There's the Utile girl from the barber's
>]ui|i!' Tilt mud, ami would -have
tumped 011 him—uti.y it wus Sunday.
I'm only n Btrtiffgling iourniilint. nnd a.
iuon n*i f am able to dig my hand deep
ir into the pocket where 'The Bulletin'
ieeps Us nui.'i".'. my 'huh barber f unwind I will he wedded.   Oil, happy day!"
NOTHING EOOSEN:. UP COLDS
On thc chest and relieves that tight
feeling and hard cough like Nerviline,
writes E, P. lleiislndl of Sutton. "I
never use any othor remedy but Nerviline nnd lind it serves ns-ugeneral
household liniment best of all. Chil
dreu's colds and iullaniinatnry pains
are quickly cured by Nerviline, and its
action on colds, coughs and sorcthroat
is unequalled by anything I ever used.
Nerviline is both powerful, pleasant
and reliable." Every mother should
use NiTviline. Price 'Joe. II. E,
Woodland, drngList.
TRANSFER OF HOTEL LICENSE.
To tlio   Himril   uf Licensing Cnmiiiissii'iiiTK
in mill fltr the ('ity nf (Jrnrul Porks.
NOTini  [„ hereby triven tlmt the under- '
sljriied will, nl the imxt inrftiinr  of tho |
Hoard of   UcdiMHtr ('omrtiKKiom-n; fo/- tho
Oity of Grand r'orUs, upply for ft transfer
of tin- Hotel Uitiim- (-ranted in reiipert of.
tlio "Winninew:*" Winnipeg avenue. Grand
Forks,from ineto BnillLaraeii. I
Dated at (*rund i orUa. ".■'., this 8th dny of
Armiist, 1004.
NOKMAN JACKSON.      K|XKST ,mANDS 0J
I    Heavy teaming of all kinds done
, y J . \V. -Tones.
COLUMBIA HOTEL
•**      JONN PETERSON, PROP.
NOTICE
All perponn aro hereby forbidden
In crttss tin* si'linol grounds wilh
tennis, horses nr cattle.
Ry r.rderof IhnSehnn] Hoard,
H.C. Hanington.
Sinvtnrv.
Baths 26 cents at. the Palace liarber
Shop.
Tor a nice hair-cut or slmvo go tn
the City Barber Simp mi Riverside
avenue.    Hntlis 20c.
WM. F. NEWTON
A  FRESH STOCK III'
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobaccos
A handsomely fitted up
Ice Cream Parlor
in connection,
COR, BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
pp-QR   SALK
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
NKAII ('. 1'.  It.  STATION,
Grand    Forks, B. C.
GOOD DRY
Delivered to any
.-•■red tunny QA   rft  (*.   <>.    )
paro of tho city    UTiuU per  Cor
Send in your orders
in advance, an we nre
alwnvs busy.
W. 6LANVILLE
COLUMBIA P. 0.
n. I
rd.l
WANTED
A LOCAL SALESMAN
For    (IraniI    Forks   and surrounding territory to represent
CANADA'S GREATEST NURSERIES
Newest varieties and Hpeoial*
ties iu Hardy Fruits, Small
Fruits, Slirnlts, Ornamentals,
and Muses. A permanent
situation, und territory reserved for 'the right man,
Pay weekly. 1 lunilsonieuut
lit free. Write for partieu
lars ana-send *2"> cents for our
pocket microscope, just the
thing to use in examing trees
and plants for insects,
NTONK'v WKI.LINliTON,
Footium. Nri'si'iui.s,
(Over 800 Acres)
■TORC)NTO,    -    -    -    ONTARIO
NELSON FAIR^>
Second Annual Exhibition of the
l\elson Agricultural and Industrial Association
September 28th and 29th
NEW BUILDINGS
FINE GROUNDS
BIG PREMIUM LIST
NOVEL OPEN AIR ATTRACTIONS
WRITB toll I'llIZK LIST.
./. E. Annable, Secretary,
Nelson, B. C.
I   I,1 l HKl     T" "lit" 11 m. ml.
Vim ran llien iiImiii- «i-i. a kooiI iioiitlmi.
" THEBLAiR BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Cotaloitiie free. SI'okank, '..msii.
NOTICE
NOTtna is iii:iii:uy <;ivi:n that thi:
 iinrtuenlilii lioretof'ire oxlitlim lie-
in theliiiitaralirneil >.hotelkee '-In Him
1'iii-iiii, lii.t.-i, lira,nl Porlii, o t)„ miller Hie
liiin inn f Slow* 'V 0 ...il I. I,n. Iioen He■
ilnydUiiilii.il 1,1  rani.,.1.11,1.   All ilebla
iIiik   the -ui.l   linn nro tn   lie imiil to O   V.
Slofrny, mill "ll |M\rtner-lili>t!elitn n mini
tut- tn thn lii'in urn In l,i> tialil l-.v liiin.
('. V. SI.IMIOY,
THOS, 1IHNAI.I).
wu,,,..,:  i.. 6*.Moniino*i.
1'iitnl thi. 12th iln>- of September, 1604.
See Donaldson's fruit before yon
buy. He handles (lie best fruit
money will buy.
For Sale—South   African    Wni
Scrips,    Apply at this office.
Auction Sale.
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE PROPERTY
Usniiit ami iiy viirrri-iiii'Tiii-ii'inviiit
l.tSftll tltllilinll Hi ll nnl'lllill    Mo!'t;ril<ll-.
iililnh nllllieiil'iniiinnil nl   tho   tiinenl  Mile,
therewllll ITeroiHor .nloliy
I'l'lil.ir AUCTION
at thn t'liiii-t Reti.e, Ornml Portlfi lit tin.
limn-iii lnmo in ihe liiruiiooi	
SATURDAY, 1st Oi'TOBBR., 1004,
tin- ftilltm Inir iloilruhle rriWotioe property
in lii-nnil K'.i-Iih, iniinnl.v:
Ut Niinii  Ihree, in Blook  five, Plan
I'itlylw,,.
On the property l> mid to In. 11 well-built
nml nniotlloPsilwelllliilioiiie.
l-'in- ti-i-in- mill niiinlithilis neelv tn
til.HIII'iXT A si'l-'.NfT-:.
, llhii-n llloolii Urnntl l.ni-li-,
Snlii'imrs fin- MortgHitoeB.
Dated Sn|itrliil,i>t'llith, HUM.
Mortgage Sale.
UNDRR AND MY VtRTL'K OF THB POWBK
of Sni« ooiitntnetl Itiaoortalii Morttrutro,
which will Im> pro-iiici'tl ut tim«uf Salctlit'i'i.
Hill ln-oll'.-n.il fur Mill' h.v Piililip AllOtl  hy
| SATUROAY/THEFiRST DAY DF OCT,, 1904,
nt eleven o'clock in tha forenoon, at tin*
Conii Mn-is-> Urnncf Porhii thnt pnuiierty
iltimteil in tin. Citv of Brand EorUn, Hii-|
otitniioaeil nf Lot Nnmbei* Two, in Hlm-U
Kit in lie r Koiirtcen.aooorilliifftq MapTwentj
I three of the until oity.
i On tlio proiierty U suhl to hn the two-itor.v
htilltlttig commonly kifowii uh thn Miner
I Homo.
i Fnr torm-j nni cotldljtom apply tn tin.
I Auctioneer, or tn
UAOOONKLti. MrMAHTKK A GEARY,
'    M ITotige Street, Torontii, Out.
Dated tlili i^ili dayofSoptemuertlllOJ.
Granby Hotel
Most Convbnikst-
i.vLocatp.p HoTKI.
in 'rim Citv. . .  .
JOHN TEMPLE, Prop.
Bar Supplied with tlio
'''illi'st Brand- of
WINKS, LIQUORS
AND I LGARS,
FIRST STREET,
FIRST-GLASS BOARD.
COMMODIOUS,   WELL
FURNISHED   ROOMS
GRAND FORKS, B.C.
P.Burns&Co.
DEALERS IN ALL  KINDS OF
FRESH Ct% CURED
MEATS
FISH AND GAME IN SEASON
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING.
THE CLUB
FIRST  STREET
JOE THATCHER,
PltOMtlETOIl,
Till'.
COOLEST
PLACE
IN
TOWN,
ELEC-
TRIO
FANS
IN  KVKItl'
CORNER
0
______^^____ Daily" Arrivals
of *™,T?Of~"TyiPT"C,Q  By buying In moderate quantities
&  yjss-KjKsiitr^LiitZi m& maklng quid. S11|,,s our 8tock
is always kept Irosh.   Our Prices, too, nre ALL RIGHT.
■p"J3 T Typ TATDC The time put u|> your winter's sii|>-
i i\Uil   J-fVlXO p]y  „[   -em8 |us' 1UIU. ,ln.jn,,|.    \\v
curry a large stock of 'are.    All sizes.
BOOTS AND SHOES &" ''Xl   " i:
in these lines is complete
before buying elsewhere.
SHORT STORIES
Phone 30
R. G. MCCUTCHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing,(Jim Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors anil
Windows.
Riverside    Avenue,
Opposite J. IV. Jones' Furniture Store.
WATCH REPAIRING
Regulating anil Adjusting a
Spceialty,   Good wurk
promptly done by
A.    I).   MORRISON,
Jeweler and optician,
C1KAIMD    FORK, H. C.
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAWS
__ CIGAR STORE,
CALL NOW
And get measured  for a swell
FALL ANO WINTER SUIT
WY Imve all tin- latest styles and
win guarantee yb\x satisfaction,
and our prices un1 ri&ht. See us
before ordering elsewhere.
W.  II. DINSMORE,
MKUCHASTTAINUII,
• •KAMI FOR KB, B. C
Out of the five niiillori s'-ir-tmiiiii.'*..:;,'
women in the United Ptnti-a (flioae in
domestic service nut counted), few com
paratively have bocontf journalist-.. ()•
those the majority gtiin their training
day.   Many fall out of the ranks early
■■       d .' "■-   •'■•'   ■Jirrntlw-
it age, some advance una attain nil tin
lionora in the <?ift of tne prufusslnn
That new3j>ii|ior work eliuma the ifreai
er number ia due to the fact that new*
papers pay hotter than any other join
mils. Hut whether in the atrerin nml ex
eitement of work on a iitonwuj piper, or
following the quieter routine ol a week
■, i v,   ■  , i      ,    i    'j- or  the  more literary  duties  of   i
HINGS. Ourstock  monthIyi in no ))thlir ,:;Mjn,r lir|l then
It* Willi pay you to inspect our goods   inch possibilities: not so much for for
tune or for ambitious iiuvaneement, a
for gaining an ever-deeper knowledge ol
■niniuiiity; for giving and winning svin
pathy; for keepitiy in touch with growing and widening movements in whirl'
the worker mav «lt«»
inexcusable  Stupidity.
"i iiotlacd,'* aaid i!.v riruggbl  to hi%
is-i.iiu.ii.   'that  a   gfMik'iniiii  came  in
with a   ines.-ripliou. ind  that yon  took
it ami gave him (he -Mull' in about three .
minutes.   What do yon mean by thntT [
When a prescript ion for *all nnd watei
-ir ]»'j perminl and cnuirli syrup is handed i
io v it. -.on must look at it doubtfully,
as If it were vi ry hard to mnke up. The" (
roi;   . ■■ ■ i   briny  n   to   me. and  we  wil;
both read it and shake our heads'. Attet
thn;  \ o    jo back to Lb? < u-irm-'r and
ii-4 bj    i- lie wnnts it tVtlny. W'iien h*
*avs   i e   iloi>-    yon   hm-ivim-   i li <l    ynil'i
mn''* ;i s.erial cllbrt. a pa.lent appre
<*;jir-r*- n pi'0*erlnl ion thltl I here Im*
been -» mntli trouble over, and when h-
tiikc* i' In1 derives aoiim beuellt from i'
[tn! id 'I you do ii'iy ipure of thai line*-
min i.' p e-i-rintinii ;iu*-lne-i<«. my bey, t
vou Wit'.t to 'jei-onn* *i jlrst-ebu-  ilm*1
a
o
5
w
0
0
D
The City Wood Yard
Is now ready to sup-
ply Tamarack and
Fir Wood in any
length.
Yours for orders,
FRANCIS & STONE.
Office:  Rutherford's Stable,
Second Street Phone 129
oc--ecvoea£Ooa»ooeoooo*.oooo<.ooo.;.OOUOOOOC-0000 06000 $-,0s>
J. H. HODSON
Opposite C, P. R, Station,
u
Dr   FOLLICK
\
DENTIST
Graduate nl' Philadelphia Dental
College.
Phone
Office over Hunter-
KendriokCo.'s Store.
GEO.   CHAPPLE
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
I Carry n Complete l.im
nf Pluilibing Specialties.
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING.
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICI
NION HOTEL AND MUSIC HALL
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
Has Las. Say.
DR. MATJONALD
UK NT 1ST
Graduate Pennsylvania College of
Dental Surgery, Philadelphia.
Office in Megaw Mock.
WHY (10 BAST
Over the sun-burned, sage brush
nml ullciili plains, when you may
just us well take u delightful, cool
and comfortable ride through Ihe
heart of the Rocky Mountains in
vii'w uf tho grandest scqnory mi the
American continent?
This you can do by traveling nn,
Uu' Kin Grande, system, the far-
famed "S-iMiic. Line of thi' World,''
tin' only transcontinental lino passing through Salt Lake city, Glen-
wood Springs, Leadville, Colorado
Springs and Donver enroute to eust-
ern points.
Three daily t'.\|uvss trains make
close connections with nil trains eust
and west, und-afford a choice of five
distinct routes nf travel. The equipment of these trains is the liesl.'in-
cluding fnr reclining chair curs.
standard and tourist sleepers, n perfect dining cur service, and also
personally conducted excursion curs.
each in chiirgcof a competent guide,
whose business is In look after the
comfort nf his guests. Xo more
pleasant and inexpensive means 0]
crossing tho continent enn be found
than is provided by these excursions. s
For additional details address .1.
D, Mansfield, Gen. Agt., RioGrande
Lines, No, 12*1 Third Street, Portland, Ore.
THE  MILWAUKEE
A familial'nnme fnr the.  Chicago,
.MiIwnulor & JSi.l'nul Ruilwuy,known
ull over the Union ns the incut   rn I
way running tlio "Pioneer Limited '
trains every day and night between.St.
Paul and Chicago,   and   Omaha an I
Chcago,    "The only perfect trains  in
the world,"     riidersiund:    Conneu
linns nre made with   All   Traiisconti
nental Lines, assuring   to   passengursl P!5[!H|'"
the   best sen ice    known,     Luxurious      Wliern
coaches, oleotrio light*, steam heat, of  TAi^.r'i7,,71i!.'17i i!"c ™"T'f!,hr 'it,
11 verity equaled by 1 ther line        I Crawford!"1""
"Say, pa," fiuerieil  little   Billy   BI"
in'nper,   whitta an eclio?" It-.. .  .       *
-An eoho, ni.v son," v.l-i...i the oil 1 Riverside Avenue
un with a sigli Leu dm iv n uut, "ia tli |	
Illy  tiling  Hint  c.in   liiin lillll  11   wnmai
nt of the last wmd."—"Lyre."
J. W. Jones
Furniture Dealer
A large consignment of Lounges, Dining-room Chairs,
Tables and Sofas just arrived. Call nnd inspect thorn.
Also a stock of Blankets, Quilts, Pillows, etc., lo be sold
at greatly reduced prices. See our display of Pictures
for Clirislnins.
Grand  Forks
Little Ozro—Paw. what Is n ell
■ I horrors,!    Former   He-mover—W
•nod land, Ozzicl   Dmi'l you know w
uiir maw's spine bedroom lo '
'Puck."
More than fori}- per ecu. of thn peopli
if Great llrilnin could nut mitr tlieii
iiamea when Queen Victoria aw-ended tin
hrone. Now only seven pur vent, are tn
hat condition. '
lint Salesman—So you iuvntled Franc,
i-ith your line?   How did you iiniki'onl?
,v wha!  •>! J
like"!-   K&l
EEEBS&eeSSSSS
Commercial
J
a
m
cyelo   Snleaninn—\'r
'iiiio I handed  uuy    otto  my   enrd    Im 1
houglH I wanted to light a duel.—( iii ,
igo "News."
Brannhjrnn—Tlm rioftiji* tnld me fco ga\
porous plnsther for mc strimi'.cli. Drug- ,
lat—Yes; sir: what   ovt do you wantt
irannigan—Tl« llttjp I cure what sort it j
ia an '.onjr ns "ti** ai«Iy digested.—Cath'o i
lie "Standard anu Times."
ft is reportPd that n young married
man of Goleondn, wrflpped in flip great-
-i px.-ii.-'ihiil. flow l i Dip felrgraph of-
flee of his town anil \vir*»d lii-j wifp'a
elativiw ;i !iii|ijinnir: ag full iwsi "Twins
lo-day, more to-morrow.'.—"t-yre."
Philanthropy.—Andrew      Cnm-'gi.—I | fXj
library. Leading citizen—Thank yon-
Mr. Carnegie, li ia very noble of you lo
propose Riich a thing, rjow much iln you
want 11s fo aubscrJhn for letting you put
-/our natup over the entraneel—Chicago
"Reeord-TIernld."
A posfnl enra »p'i| f-roi DMlvt-llp to
one of tho ah*pnt lr.-iiin"i red- "Dear
Jim—N'utiiln' bu gui-il newa to UU you.
Your crap p:uu o.i c'iic mortgagit, your
brpther br< lie out o' \. i!. an' your ^1 idily
has jest '-'■>! 81.00.) out the railroml fer
runnin' m er hi*i i if Ain't I'rovidcnc
proviitln'!"— Vil.intn   "t onaHtution.''
Printing
W
ti
C_At
'Are ,vn
piny'
itenlli-i
■ ililren.
in,'.'
"We
inr?" nsked the
,, ,n, takes an in-
i0SB;i:S^^ pfe Sun Office §
■MT,,lffl m
MIM.It.U, A("l
CERTIFICATE    CF    IMPROVEM
 -it, riaiiii
Mi ■:   Mi
liieilli.il!    In
I   I'nle In.I
Ill-Ill.
See that your tioket reads viu "The  ii7i,i.77."M.'ir.'r'.',i,7'
I ,'rlilli.„lr   V.
Mill
Phone 138.
Foo Lee
LAUNDRY
FINE  LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,   CUKKS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICE   AND   IRONED  HY
MACHINERY,    NEW
MEN EMPLOYED,
NtXT TO CHINESE STORE
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
n tin' United State or Ciiiuuk
ticket agents noil them.
For rates, pamphlets or  other   i
Grand Forks, 13, C.' formation, address
...—..,——, | 11. I.. Fouij.i II. S, flown,
Trav. l'n is. Agt.,      Gen. Agent,
Spokano, Wash.    Portland, Or
i„
80 ur
„ , lata hsranf, to'ai
Ml   linn Car i,t„
ininii,.„i,r, Ini.o
above, alnlai.
'    Anil further nil... i.,, i,-„ H, ,1 aotl n
Section 81 st I,,, rum il h, l,,,,
l»iini„.,.,,r I,r,.,tili,-i,l  [mural	
lintM till, tweirili 'iivii'J Uy.A.n i:w
lil.N.\..T.i   I.  IU I1M-.T. IM
ill*
ilnj-s (
 H 1 unlet |
 for tl,,.
Oront ,,1  Hi,-
cill'lit II DIRECTORY.
KNOX   I'ltl-.slivl i:lll,\,S   OHUKOHi Graa*
l-'ni'liK   .1.   It.   It,il,,.its,,ii,   II.A.,   nantor
Si'l vil'l's I'll', v Ml 11, Nil lit II II. III. II I'll 7180 |,.
iii.iSiiiiiluvM'l I ami lllble oIobs, ll ii.in.:
Wafltnilastor tiilllil of  0.  B., Ttiewlay, 8
PtRSTMB'rHOIHSiaHUUCH   ' ,„■  Main
ii, id PHH> sts. .1. I". H.tts, |,ii.I,,v. Servleel
I'Vi-r.v SiiikIii.v ut ll a. in. iiikI 7.80 n.m.l
oln.H iiHji-iliif.. at alone of moralliK BOrvloel
S lay   icliunl an,I  Billie i-lu-iit » n. m.i
nrayer meetiaa every Thiirsday avoalau
at -i.'i'liii'U. Tlii'i,iil,li,'i«i',.i,liiillj Invited,
HOLY TRINITY CHUHt-'H (Clinrali af Uatf.
Iiinil). Grand Fork., II y sti,,.|e, vloar-
Hn|. I'm im I *■ it. ra.t niornlatj: prayer
anil si'I tl,,,,,. II il. in.; .Silmliiysi'llintl, II ll. in.:
eveutbna>anilserinati, 7tBU n. in. Mi are
cordially limited,
QRAND FOHKS FKDI'.KAI, i.A-
li.il-   Union   Xo'.   l'31, ALL.
Meets    evory    Wudnt'silav    evening
at ti o'clock in   Fi'deral   Union   In
Das Km.i.v, fins
Jas. A. IIaimiis. Sit.
,:l. I,. sI'I'.Ni'B
rnmi i mn
Hid ,Ui
rlBlurn, Sollclta
NbturleH. lito
PlrntSti-,','1.
(iliAMI 1','IIK-. I'  t'-
s
in eaoh town to take orders for our Dew High Grado
GuaruutoL-d liievclti.
New 1903 Models
"Bellise," Complete $8.75
" COSSack," Ouaranli.'iil High Orotic $10.75
"SibQlisn,"        A Beauty        $12.75
"Neudari,"      RoadRaeerr-       $14.75
no bettor bicycle at any price.
Any oll.i.r tuiikc or vioikl yon want at one-third
usual price. Cltoiuo at any standard tlrea and la-st,
eouipmont on all our bloyolos.  Strongest ouurant'o.
Wc SHIP OH APPROVAL V„ (i.'j). to any ono
uyWuntt a cent dopoji* and aUow 10 DAYS FREE
TRIAL before purchase Is binding
500 Second Hand Wheals £ « ,   ->ri
inlo'ii In trado In- nnr Oblcaeo retail Blome, v!)».' '" 00
all n.»li.~s nii.l i,i,,il, li. (.-ikhI os new  T T
■l\   nfl UnT DIIV » SIlMlo mini y,,n Imv,. wrltan t'>r „■ ■
*•   UU RUI  DUI FAi:i6Ry prices and fkce t"iai. omi .
tires, equipment, siindn.'s -in-l s|„.|,iiil'i',„„N of nil l.lii'l.. at Unit ri'ii'il'.r nrli
In nni bui iter lundneaiiloa, ( alniiaworloofQaotullulnnn&tloa. Wrlti '"tl .
J. L mm mil CO., Oh]eagos ifi.
mm Wednesday, October 5th
WILL BE
1TISH Willi I
AT THE
Spokane Interstate Fair
Railroad Tickets can bo purchased at ONE FAllE FOR
THK HOUND TRIP on Tuesday, Out. I tli, good returning
until Oct. HHIi.
Band Concert by Fifth Regiment Royal llritish Artillery
Band of Victoria, B. C;
Big Vaudeville Program in Front of Grandstand.
Six Exciting Hunt's, $2,JO0 in Purses.
Send for Race Program.
ROBT. II. COSGROVE, Sir. nml Mgr.
SPOKANE, WASH.
w
ammmwmamm
6$ ' rnmrn^ \
W.K.C.MANLYf
W BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
w) Tlir Following table gives the ori; shipments of Boundary mines fur   1900, 1001, 1903,
t|7    1903, 190-t, and for the past woek: I
-W                                                            looo W01.       1002.       logs       mo',   Past Week
hii     Granhv Mines.Phoonis  64,538 281,762   300,858   303,181    888,700     11,820
W    Siiowslinn. I'hoonlx       297 1,721     20,800    74,212       	
\J*    Mtitli.T I."!''. Di'iiihvuiiil..    6,840 99,084    141,826   138,079   129,120      2,762
W    Sunset, I Vudwood  804      7,455     15,781        	
f    Morrison, Deadwood  ISO               3,330        	
B. C. Mine, Summit  19,494 47,405     14,811     19,805        	
Emma, Summit...!	
Senator, 'ummil Camp         	
*W*    Oro Denoro, Summit Camp         	
>jj7    Hrey Fugle, Summit Camp         	
s|/    No. S7, Suiuinit Camp         	
f    Mountain Rose         	
Winnipeg, Wellington     1,070 1,010
Golden Crown, Wellington    2,250        	
'W    Allifl-tiin. Wellington     1,200 550/
f    No, 7 Mine, Central  665
citv nl' 1'nris,Central    2,000
Jewel, UmgLako        100 350
f    Providence, Providonco         	
IClkhorn, Greenwood          	
12. I'. I', nml Goldfinch	
Miscellaneous     3,380 5,8(11
650      8,580    22,!>:!7     28,180       1,088
  :iii3      I.Toil        	
      15,1
16,781
OO")
354
103
785      2,435
Olio 	
5,0-111
•IS2
2,9118
'-'ID
993
-mo
107
(121
305
220
Total, tons  99,730   3110,000   507,515   884,426   568,459     16,7
Irnnby Smelter treated  62,387   230,828   312,340    101,021   -121.-122     12,088    W
6/769    &k
2,088    ty
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Groceries and Gent's Furnishings 	
The first consignment of n   -q        , A CV* IS
largeand up-to-date stock of DOOtS anUbllOeS        \
Just Received.
BRIDGE STREE
/ PHONE 6
ET V
Pacific Hotel
FIltST-ri.ASS INK VERY
RESPECT,
SAMPLE ROOMS FOE
COMMERCIAL
TRAVELLERS
C. V, 8LOQQY. Proprietor
Bar in Connection:
Finest Brands Wines, OPPOSITE C.P-R, station,
Liquors and Cigars, GRAND FOHKS, li. C
N
Bam
A PLEASURE TO SHOW
Supplies
Also,
Developing
and
Printing
H, E, WOODLAND,
DRUGGIST.
PHONE 13 FIRST STREET
2*asB3""*"*3 x.;r- ■'
N. D. McINTOSH
rin-ST   BTRISST, ORAND   PORKS
A Complete Lino of Furniture, Hnrdwnro and Cutlery Always
Carried in Stock and Sold Bed-Rock Prices. Largest Variety pi
Goods iii tin' City.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
Bought and Sold,   Call and Inspect My Goods.   A Great Variety
of N'nv Articles Constantly Kopt in Stock,
STOVES A SPECIALTY. SEE MAC FOB BARGAINS
JL      JL/Vy V-J XV   QUANTITY
Hay, Grain and Feed.
N. McLBIXAN &  CO.
White Bros,Jewelersand
Opticians
Careful attention
given to
Watch Repairing.
Engraving a Specialty.
WHY C \TARRH POISONS THE SYSTEM
The catarrhal gfenn excites intlam-
mation, offensive SHuretiona are thrown
oil'and pass into circulation, contaminating the river of life and thus wi-eek
tne whole body. Every catarrh victim
should use fragrant, healing Catarrho;
zone, the iureat cure for every type <>t'
cut hit] ; yet div covered' Catarrhozone
can't fail t>> cure because its vapor kills
tlu* gerins and removes ihe cause of
the trouble. Then it soothosand heals,
stops,the cough and relieves the i-tuffed
ii)t condition of the nose and throat.
Tens of thousands have been cured by
Catarrhozone, which is pi irantecd.
Use only Catarrhozone, Complete
outfit -SI.(It); trial size 25c. 14, E.
Woodland: druggist.
SBSSHiSBBESBS
*.
THE   TORONTO
.8
gDAILY NEWSg
AND THE
■■vs.
Mining —... .,.„	
Asked.     Bid
American Boy  - l',:
Ben-Hur .'  2.j 2
Klaek'iVI  3 2
C'anadinji Gold Fields       U ">.',
Cariboo|(MoK.)ex-div.       l|
Centre Star  25 22j
Deiioru Mines  22 20
Fairview  8 -
Fisher Maiden  3 2
Giant  2
Granby Con»dlidated.$4,2o     83.50
Morning Glory        11 I
Mountain Lion  ll" 9
Xmi.i .Sim-, E; IC.)... "i
l'.'lVIH'  Ill
Quilp '  15
Uamblor-Cariboo  22'
SanPoil  2]
Sullivan  •>.',
Tom Thumb  2
War Eagle Cop  II
Waterloo (assess, pel). 1,1
White lli-iii ., 'J
stock Quotations   jj GRAND FORKS SUN
.. FOR    ONLY..
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RIOI COLOR AND SOFT SKIN
May In' imitated, but beauty is more
llinn skin deeep—il is hidden in the WP"'-
blood. Eliminate tin* poisonous pro-
duets nt' indigestion by Ferrozone and
complexion rapidly improves. Increase
the red coloring matter in the blood,
give ii more nutrition and more red
ci lis, do this ai:d cosmetics won't bo
needed.   Give  up    cosmetics,   they
wither   I |iiickly.    '*' Ferrozone
and liuvi, your complex on lirmlyts-
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color thai can't In- quickly remedied
by Fer'ozon6. Try it Pi'cafiOo, II. K.
Woodland, druggist,
The question: What will we have
for dessert? The answer: Call lipl
Donaldson uml get some Hazelwood
ice cream.   Phone 34.
Now is the time to bring in your
bicycle and got it repaired and put in
shape for the wheeling season, Geo,
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A radical change from old methods and prices has been made by
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he paper.
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