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Sixth year-No. 12
Grand forks, B. C, Tuesday, December 10,1906
Seml-WeeWy-Jl.00 Per Year In Advance
Report of Postmaster General for the Year Ended
June 30
Business Transacted by the
Boundary Offices During
the Year
The report of the postmaster general for the year ended June 30th ha-.
just been received. From it we glean
the following figures concerning Boundary pustotHces:
General Revenue—Orand Forks,
$4,036.34; Columbia, 8292,58; Grcen-
wood,J»4,012.82; Phoenix, $2,536.20;
Midway, $2,751.84; Eholt, $416.17;
Cascade, $318.93; Boundary Falls.
$244.88 '
Number of money orders issued—
Grand Forks, 2,156; Columbia, 872;
Greenwood,. 3,400; Phoenix, 3,720;
Midway, 2,43.r>; Eholt, 776; Cascade,
573, Boundary Falls, 279.
Total amount of money orders issued—Grand Forks, -t47.363.30; Columbia, $1,049.58; Greenwood, $64,
408.41; Midway, $82,481.40; Phoenix, $68,316.80; Boundary Falls, $5,-
886.25; Cucade; $8,760.64;, Eholt,
$14,925.14.
Total commission received from
' public—Grand Forks, $296.39; Columbia, $74.57; Greenwood, $422.05;
Phoenix, -*465.70; Midway, $494.72;
Eholt, $95.91; Cascade, $58.64;
Boundary Falls, $30.21.
Number of money orders paid—
Grand Forks, 1236; Columbia, 104;
Greenwood, 790; Phoenix, 508; Midway, 230; Eholt, 30; Cascade, 26;
Boundary Falls, 26.
Total amount of money orders
paid—Grand Forks, $40,818.84; Columbia, $1,721.93; Greenwood, $15,-
417.04; Phoenix, "{8,078.87; Midway,
$5,540.69; Eholt, $746.85; Cascade,
$1,409.84; Boundary Falls, $571.90.
Total amount of notes paid—Grand
Forks, 1,897.35; Columbia, 211.85;
Greenwood, 1,896.28; Phoenix; 939.-
28; Midway, 350.49: Eholt, 154.10;
Cascade, 88.94; Boundary Falls,
103.98.
eral touching phases of western life in
the early 80's. Pearl Reesor, as the'
school teacher, wag charming. The
reckless, rollicking cowboys were
largely in evidence and kept the audience in good humor.
The fact that Mr, Nelson was compelled by the illness of Bruce to assume a role entirely apart from his
style of the finished tragedian, stands
to his credit even though his impersonation of the character did not come
up to the highest standard. Under the
circumstances Mr. Nelson did well.
That he is an actor of marked ability
he amply proved on Friday night as
Sir Rupert, a role which by him was
admirably handled, and would be hard
to equal.
An excursion train was run from
Cascade on Saturday, about twenty
persons coming in to witness the company. Danville was also well represented on both nights, and the people
from both these places think themselves well repaid for their trip.
Only a few citizens stayed away on
account of an imaginary grievance. It
will be remembered that on the last
visit of this company Mr. Nelson, on
account of a few noisy individals, administered a just "roast.'' Any right
thinking person cannot get away from
the truth of the assertions he then
made. It is to be deplored the t our
citizens who appreciate high class theatricals should have their evening's
entertainment spoiled by a few un
thinking individuals who are dead to
a higher sentiment and consequently
cannot understand the deeper feelings
o* the heart. Derision and mockery
by any one is to be overlooked where
the play and players are below par,
but in the instance of a company
of the Bruce-Nelson class it is
wholly unpardonable and is an insult both to the citizen who loves
good acting and the actor whose lot is
hard and not to be envied. People
soon become tireu of the mockery of
thoughtless individuals, and the management would do well to stamp it
out forever inside our theatre doors.
In any event, those who cannot appreciate a touch of pathos or a pretty
love scene should at least be honorable enough to respect the feelings of
others who can. Furthermore,
"sassy" element is a poor advertisement for any city and ought not to be
encouraged by approval.
NEWS OFTHE CITY
Local firm Awarded Contract
fo   Iron for Fourth
Street Bridge
Ufcr. and Mrs. Frank Miller. The
ceremony will take place at the
borne of tbe bride's parents in Columbia on December 25th at 7:30 in
the evening.
Tbe Conservative association of
this city will hold a meeting on
Thursday evening.
Preliminary  Trial of Rovello
Postponed Until Next
Saturday
The Boundary Iron Works have
been awarded the contract for all the
casting and iron work required in the
construction of the Fourth street traffic bridge. This will mean a great
deal of additional work, and will probably necessitate an increase of the
present force.
Capable Actors
The Bruce Nelson theatrical com
pany closed a successful two nights'
engagement at the local opera house
on Saturday evening. In "A Soldier
of Fortune," presented on Friday
night, Harold Nelson has a role that
is especially adapted to his style of
acting. With the exception of ono
of the leads liis support was excellent
A more natural impersonation of the
Chancellor as given byt Geo. Dayton,
and Pearl Reesor as Yettive. would
be hard to find. The company was
11 a considerable extent handicapped
by the absence of Bruce, and this was
very itpparant on Saturday night,
when the "Virginian" was staged, the
play in which that gentleman is to
play the title role. As the "Virginian" Mr. Nelson is entirely out uf
his element. His slow, knightly tread
and priestly intonations are far from
doing justice to a dramatic hero of
the eighteenth century. The play is
interesting, and the scenes at Horse
Thief Pass and the meeting at sun
down in Medicine Bow are both impressive, bringing out as they do sev*
Tbe preliminary hearing of Sa*n
Rovello, accused of being an accomplice of Frank Cedio in the Niagara
dynamite outrage, came up before
Judge Cochrane last Saturday, and
was postponed for one week.
A general meeting of the 20,000
club will be held in tbe city ball
Wednesday e*ening at 8 o'clock.
Mr. J. C. Taylor, an expert jeweler of Port Arthur, Ont., arrived in
tbe city this week, and has accepted a position with A. D. Morrison.
Dr. W. H. Dickson, of this city,
has purchased Dr. Boucher's practice in Phoenix, and will shortly remove to that camp. Dr. Bouchei
intends to return to the old country,
where he will spend his reclining
years. It iB understood that a doctor from the coasthas acquired Dr.
Dickson's practice in this city.
BOUNDARY UNE
How It Is Marked by Copper
Monuments in Concrete
A Neutral Zone 66 Feet Wide
Must Be Left Along
the Line
E. M. George, the genial Second
street grocer, claims to have the cutest
"kid" in the Boundary. Last week
while Master George was engaged in
play on the street he accidentially
unearthed a pocketbook containing a
small amount of money. Immediatly
he called the attention of his father to
the find, whereupon the latter summoned Chief Savage, placing the pocket-book in his hands that he might
return it to the rightful owner. The
boy watched the proceedings with a
sinking heart for a moment and then
exclaimed tearfully: "Pa, I don't
think that's fair at all! I could have
had an automobile for Christmas; but
now—now I won't have more automobile than a jackrabbit!"
Hockey enthusiasts of Phoenix assembled last week in that city and
elected the following officers for the
season: Hon. president, R. B. Boucher; Hon. vice-president, Ma,yor C.
W. Rumberger; president, O. N. Galer; vice-president, E. A. Black; secretary-treasurer, W. D. Lawson; manager, J. E. Thompson; executive committee, above officers and C.L. Thorn-
ber, L. II. Cole and V. M. Sherbino.
There are about 30 hockeyists in the
camp. It is now up to local enthu-
sias s to get busy an show our neighbors how the game should be played.
James McArdle returned last Saturday from a business trip to Molson.
A. P. McKechnie expects soon to
be working sixteen men in his logging
camp up the North Fork. He has
contracts to get out one million feet
of lugs for IJ. Lequiuip, 5000 ties fur
the Kettle Valley line, and 3000
cords of wood.
Granby Dividends
At a meeting of the board uf direc
tors of the Granby Consolidated, held
last week in the New York office of
the eompany, a dividend ut* three per
cent of the par value of jutstanding
shares was declared out nf the net
earnings of the company, payable
Dec. 31st. This will mako four divi
•lends 4>f a like amount paid by the
company in l'JU6. As there are I,-
350,000 shares outstanding uf the
old. par value of $10, the dividend
amounts to $400,000, three having
been paid previously this year. This
will make, when distributed $1,620,-
000 paid out by this company in 1906,
or a total dividend record of $1,743,-
630, The first dividend this vein- was
paid in January, the second in May,
and the third in September. The
present rate of dividends is at a rate
of twelve per cent per annum on the
par value, or about nine per cent on
the market value of Granby shares.
Baste ynur turkey well. Carve it
with Morrison's silver plated ware,and
remembei if we can't all have the
drum stick there are other parts of
the bird just as good.
Hany LaDow, having resigned his
position at the Great Northern olliee
in this city, left last Sunday for
Northport, where he lias accepted a
position in the office of the smelter at
that place. His many friends here
wish him unlimited prosperity in his
new location.
Dr. Dickson was a visitor Ui Phoenix last week.
S. H. C. Miner, nf Granby, Quebec,
formei ly president uf the Granby Consolidated; has been elected us tho first
president of the amalgamated rubber
business uf Canada, tu be known as
the Canadian Consolidated Rubbei
company, with a capital of 5,000,0011
C. B. Bash, fieldman for the Do
minion Copper company, is nuw looking over the mineral field in the Si
iiiilkameen and Nicola districts.
One of Morrison's gold-ornamented
clocks a hendsomo present for the
dear ones.
Invitations have been issued for
the marriage of Albert E. Scott nnd
Miss   Elizabeth  Miller, daughter of
The coal tonnage at Fernie for the
week ending Friday, December 1,
shows an improvement over that of
the previous week, notwithstanding
the shortage of cars and the closing
down of the Coal Creek mines Friday
afternoon to give the men an opportunity of attending the funeral of one
of their number. Following are the
figures for last we*.k: Goal Creek,
11,639 tons; Michel, 6,289 tons; total,
17,828 tons.
For the gentlemen our shaving cups
and brushes, in silver, are the most
suitable gifts.   Morrison the Jeweler.
Last week James H. Schofield, of
Trail, grand master of the Masonic
order in British Columbia, completed
a tour of the lodges of the order in
the Boundary by a visit to King Edward lodge No. '6 of Phoenix. Wednesday evening he visited Harmony
lodge in this city and Thursday evening he was at Greenwood. At each,
place the grand master was tendered
a banquet, tliere being n large number
of visiting bretliern present. The
district deputy grand muster f ir district No. 7, George R Day, of Phoenix, accompanied the grniul master on
his Boundary trip.
The marking of the international
boundary line which is situated about
five miles in a straight line south of
the city has been completed in this
vicinity, although there is vet some
further work west of here to be finished up next year. A line has been
cut abont 40 feet wide through the
timber, and on the summits of every
mountain and in each valley a monument has been placed, These are
about four feet high, of copper, set in
a foundation of concrete, on one side
is marked "Canada," and on the other
"United States." In addition each is
marked "Treaty" of 1847." The line
follows the 49th parallel of latitude
and being and east and west line it is
naturally a curve. The curve is easily noticeable with a surveying transit,
amounting to about one minute of deflection towards the north for each
mile. The United States government
have established marks at most valley
crossings, showing the elevation from
careful leveling from the sea level.
The line was first cut out nearly forty
years ago, and had become almost obliterated in places. In some places
the line appears to have been defined
only on the mountain tops, and early
prospectors in low valleys were unable
to determine whether their mineral
locations were in Canada or the
United States, in some cases recording
their claims in both countries There
is one place east of the Columbia river
and south of the Pend d.Oreille river
where the present line differs several
hundred feet from the line established
forty years ago.
The British Columbia government
has recenty issued a circular to all
surveyors that in future a neutral or
mutual zone 66 feet wide must be left
along the boundary line and no land
will in future be alienated nearer than
66 feet to the actual line.
See Morrison's rich  Cut Glass  ft r
Xmas gifts.
At Greenwood work is again in
progress nt the mines and smelter of
the B. C. Copper company, although
as yet there is a shortage of men,
many of the men at the Mother Lode
mine having lest the district when the
strike occurred. The majority of
these will probably not return until
after the holidays, It is expected
tha a full force will be at work in
the the mines and smelter by January
10th.
Morrison's Dollar Watch.
For life-long keepsakes one of our
pearl biooches, 14k. gold, from $5 to
j}25, at Morrison the Jeweler's.
Broomfield k Garrison, who have a
contract for getting out two million
feet of logs for thc mill at Cascade,
are getting their camp in shape to
start work ae soon as possible. Their
camp is situated about one and a half
miles above Westbridgo.
Silver   thimbles   at   Morrison  the
Jeweler's.
A rich strike of ore is said to have
been made on the property of tho Similkameen Mfning and Smelting company, at Bear Creek. The present
work of the company is exloratory
rather than actual mining, and yet
they will have half a million dollars'
worth of ore blocked within tho next
six months. This in itself will represent a handsome profit, which should
be increased indefinitely when stuping
and shipping commence.
Morrison's Dollar Watch. ^THE GLASSES you wear do
nut suit you, or you are troubled In any way with your
eyei.eall on us and havetliem
examined. We (runrantee all
our eorreotloui for error* of
re f motion.
Our itock of Spectacle and Eye Glaus
Frames uow contains a large assortment of the very latest style* and Improvements In guards, bridges and
mouiitltiKSi while the lenses we use
are the oest money oan buy—absolutely faultless.
Our line of Barometer*, Thermometers, Field and Opera Glasses, Magnifying, Reading Glasses, Compasses,
ete.,1s unmr.iaased In the Boundary,
at prices within the reach of nil.
J. A. HARTLEY--a. CO.,
Expert Watchmakers,)Jewellers
and Opticians,
FIRST STREET, OPPOSITE FOSTOFFICE
Many years' experience in the optica!
business in London, England.
(Fin? Efamtttg Bun
Published at Grand Forks, British Columbia.,
Every Tuesday and Friday Evening's.
O.A.Evans ..     Editor and Publisher
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Advertising rates furnished on applioatia
Legal notices, 10 and 5 oents per line.
Address all communications to
The Evknino Sun,
Phone B74 QbaKDFobxs, B.C.
TUESDAY,  DECEMBER 11, 1906
There is no danger of the Grand
Forks correspondent for the out-of-
town papers running out of subjects
as long as he continues to reprint
the tales from the Arabian Nights.
It required the services of an up-
to-date correspondent to discover
that some of the Hindoos masquerading in male attire are really females. The question naturally
arises—but that'B another tale.
Only about forty people attended
the Socialist meeting in the opera
house lust rligbt.    Have their Con-
COWwairtD erin: uvyNSKiConot
MEN'S BLUE AND BLACK
CHEVIOT SUITS
JUST ARRIVED
servative allies deserted them, ur is
that the combined voting strength
of the two wmgs?
Everything is quiet in the West
end today. Up to the hour of going
to press no more cremations hud
taken place. But there is no telling
how many may be reported in the
out-of-town papers.
And now a lot of people are
wondering if the Grand Forks correspondent really did insist thut lie
was from Missouri when he niad<
tbat wonderful discovery concerning
the Hindoos.
Try This for Your Cough
To relieve a cough or break up a
cold in twenty-four hours, the following simple formula, tho ingredients of
which can lie obtained of any good
prescription druggist nt small cost, is
all that will be required: Virgin Oil of
Pine (Puee), one-half ounce; Glycerine, two ounces; good Whisky, a half
pint. Shake well and take in teaspoonful doses every four hours. The de
sired results cannot lie obtained unless the ingredients ure pure. It is
therefore better to purchase the ingredients separately anil prepare the
mixture yourself. Yirgin Oil of Pine
(Pure) should be purchased in the
original half-ounce vials, which druggists buy for dispensing. Each vial is
securely sealed in a round wooden case
which protects the Oil from exposure
to light. Around the wooden case is
an engaged wrapper with the name—
"Virgin Oil of Pine (Pure)"—plainly
printed thereon. There are many imitations and cheap productions of Pine,
but these only create nausea, and
never affect the desired results.
Morrison's Dollar Watcli.
James Anderson, proprietor of the
Franklin hotel, is in the city this
week. He expects to leave shortly
for Butte, Montana, where he will
spend the holidays.
LOST—A pocketbook containing a
sum of money. Finder will be ie
warded. Leave at Clark & Son's
store.
As The Sun goes to press a workman on the Kettle Valley line bridge
had his arm and hand badly smashed by the jjlle-driver. It is feared
that amputation will have to be resorted to.
J. A. Hartley returned lust Saturday from a trip through the Similkameen country.
Bracelets are still in the front rank
as suitable gifts. Our assortment is
most complete.   Morrison the Jeweler.
Special Values for the
Christmas Trade
MUNRO 8 STEPPES
S0EE AGBSTS
Bridge Street Grand Forks, B. 0.
Deputy Sheriff King of Curlew had
the pleasure of bringing two would-be
notables to the county juil this evening. Sheriff Hull met them at the
station and esc led them Ir Hotel f'e
C Cil .11 slu 11 o.'dir.     Tile  id   r.e   on
wmuh the.-e two youngsters "ire arrested was for stealing u S e del' at
Grand Forks, B. C.j and making th. ir
way to American soil Fur further
•e.isons we know lint unless jfc was to
avoid the strict laws of H. (', .1 mcI Io
s,ieed away with a railway scaler
winch is the pro| orty of an individual,
The deputy sheriff ni Curlew uus notified and  stijyeii   tiie   ''speeders,"
M.ssrs. Hubert Williams, t.v.'entv
years of nge, and '•tailley VVhite,twm-
tv-one yen*, nf.._;*■, ii they say. They
OUiitn l» be New Vui-ki s Tiny
huve Imhjiiu unsigned to iimiiw in t e
-superior isiurt. —Kopubl'41 Hioo.-d.
These are no do tlit tlie same
"speeders" wlui slowed up at a local
I ostein i-ei-eiith ulid in the morning
spend nwuy from their feed bill. The
owner, however caught up wilh them
are they hud reached the city limits
.nni in lieu ut u monetary consult*!-
ation fui' aceoiiiodatious took sweet
revenue ie lidding tn the.r speed bt
-iindry «•• I • i.i-isl kicks
I-'jy k .."ti <M (in? 'Iiu BiS!
A cheap fiesh buVin'iig corn reined \
is never sal Israel.11 \. i'he best '„.
I'alliums fiviiiicfcil Cm 11 l.xtiiieloi'j it
costs but a i|ii..rter. uml is |;n« run reed
to cure thorough.-'. Use oini i'i,t-
uani's
At the Trail Smelter
Two copper furnaces were blown in
lust week at the Trail smelter and two
more will be in operation within the
next week or ten days, as coke i.s
now coming in freely from the ovens
of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal company. During the time that the coal
miners' strike necessitate.I a close
down of the plant, two small copper
furnaces were lengthened out to It) or
15 feet. Two other small copper furnaces will be enlarged 'an soon as
water jackets for theie are received
from the east. The large furnace, it
is found can be more eyi-mimicalIv operated than the small nnes The new
copper furnaces will have a capacity
of 1700 tons a day. The work of installing a new and enlarged skiil'plitlg
plant is almost completed, This wiil
be used for sampling 'gild--upper ore,
anil is capable of handling 12-t.O tons
iu eight hours. Six additional Huntington Heberlein pots are being added
which will make a total of IS. These
are used in the reduction of both copper and lead ore. In the refinery the
new motor generating set has arrived,
additional tanks are completed and it
is expected that the increased plant
capacity will be in running order
within two months. When the uildi-
tiodal capacity is put into use 75 tons
of lead a day, instead of 50 tons, as
at present, will be the daily output of
the refinery. Manager Labarthe says
that very encouraging reports are being received from the east as to the
quality of the antimony that is now
being turned out from the refinery on
a commercial scale. The plant, it is
expected will be able to supply all
the requirements of Canada, so far as
antimony is concerned.
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist
church will serve supper on December 15th from 5 to 8 p.m., in the
vacant building on the corner of
Bridge and First streets. A sale of
work will be held during the afternoon.
Morrison's dollar Watch.
Jack Reilly and Barney Mullen are
again matched to box twenty rounds
at the Phoenix opera house tomorrow
night. A few of the local sports will
witness the match.
The Grand Trunk railway has given notice of an application to repea'
and amend clause three in its act,
which declares "the fare or charge for
each third class passenger by every
train on said railway sliall not exceed
one penny currency per each mile, and
at least one train having third class
carriages shall run every day thru
the length of the line."
Why Do You Faint?
Sometime!**, from shock or fright,
hut UHtiallv hecnuse ytiur system is
w ■•iVene'l and depn sst!,—Jfc lacks
power to react frnm twddeli strain.
This condition demand* rebuilding,
demand* nomishnmnt, which is best
supplied bv Ferrdssoiie. In every foi'm
of dehilitY Ferrozone i.s a specifi-.*. It
fortifies the digestive and assimulntivr
power of the body, promotes* the el in
Ination of wa-te mat-ariaJs, builds up
tissue, gives enery and r si tan-e. To
have rich, red blood, enduring nerves,
i Ktrolie cun(titut-on "'id lasting good
health, use Ferrozone. Hold everywhere ill'SOu Iv-xes or six for-jfj. "iU.
HOTiCE
V'>TI Blulterebj' t\wn tlmt tli#-"ourt of
'" R-jviVoi. for otirM*-t-ttn» uml r-vl-siu the
•iitert-' 1,1st for tltt« v--itr ID 7, iliull -It on thp
Jlit diiy nf l)i'c'*iii|i ■!'. Ht 'I (■'(■liM-H |-,iu ,iit tlm
niiucll < ItHnihnrt- in tli- (Ity Mull, oriin-l
'orki, IM7
J.A.M-f7\U.|JM,
Grfti-il ForV«<. B."., City I'lnrk.
lit ri'liilt'T li'tli, KXHi.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
1'n Win. Jiu'ich Nelson, of KoshIiokI, H. Cl
Vim nre hereby notified tlmt I hnvn ex-
|ienu>ri -jl'1' In labor at<<) tnpruvprneiiti* oi-
t.!»>*'Vr*rip.-T>t" Mineral Cluim, ftltnate'l in
H.e i.ihiiiI i.h'Us Mlnin* nivisl..;)  of Yub
DUti'l-t, In HrltUll C-ilumliin, tn count to*
iia-f-.tiil.-ii" nn •mill claim, Un "ill aimr-it r by
-.■ncili^'-itc of work rewirileil In Un* nfUce of
t!.c .Minin.r I-J"-! "Trier fur the »ai'l (inn id
Korku .Mini  (T Division. In order to hold *n*ul
In in' ii < l*-<- tn- niiiviiinii« ol Seotion it <>f
lie '.'in-i- .1 Ar**. -.ilrh  lielinf t'm ainntitit re-
i-i)  i*> ho'-l ti-e wiiil L'lulio for the year
,',dif ni the*?xiilmHoiiolWibiyiiof unhll-
euilt-u i t i ■■- st'otiffl ybn fn" oi' reftineti
pntiirlhnt • nr |i..rti<m of tin* expenditurp
iec|i iri'i uii'lep Sijptbui 24, injr-»tli-*r with uli
cOh-n-oi aiiv* rtbluif, your ititei'p-*' in mi re'
chili'i nbuil l»-.imif vested in Ihe nul)*>i>rlber
loiip of yen I t-o-owiiers] ni-ilcr BoAtloil 4 ol
Hip Mineral Act AmonmuK &ntl9(0,
lint nl nt   iitnd   KorltB. li  0.| this thp «rtl,
du. of No?eo*ber, A. I). 1W«.
DAN MOItKISON.
NORTHERN PACIFIC RATES
The Northern Pacific railway will
on January 14 and 13 sell round trip
ticket-* from Spokane and common
points to Denver, Colorado, and return
at the very low rate of $-}0.00,account
of the American National Live Stuck
Association. Going limit ten davs
from date of sale and final return limit
M0 days from date of wile, Stop-overs
in either direction will be allowed. A
small additional charge will be made
for return through California,
Further information will be furnished hv* A. D. Charlton, A.G. P. A.,
Portland, Gmgnn; G. A. Mitchell,
Gen Agt.', Spokane; W. II. Ude, T.
I*. A., Spokane.
Your daughter will be in fashion
iVi'th one of Morrison the Jeweler's
cold neck chains and lockets
The Lion Bottling Works nre sell-,
in-i Gooderlmm A: Wort's Rye Wilis-.
key the best rye whiskey in Canada,
for :?.U)'i i>er gallon
e!30<!. Purs, E!cH, Re-J
Hu«y glow in  the fcico, spiu-kling
BViWi vivneiuus s-iiills are all  tiie uut-
culm*   of  fjouij   iiluud.
.o surer «nv
exists of pui'stying ami enrlghlng the
blond Ulan tu use Dr. Hamilton's
I'iik By thuir gentle action 0:1 the
bowels, kidneys tinu liver the}' filler
every inijiui-iiy from llio synteni, lu«.v-
ing.it \\!...I--:- ,i,.- iiini ahiti t-i iiu the
wurk nec^;,i.. •. t'..i t..i' in.iii.t.-i.ui.ee
of health,
i To be well, look veil, mul E.-fl ill-
waya at your best, ese Dr Ham.ltni.'a
Fills bt Mandrake aiiii l.,utiei nui, a
truly \.ouilcil'u! i.ieilieine for young
ai.d old.     liiue 23u at a I dealeir.
BlllVCLKa ANii Klil'AIII Wllllli A
eoni'ilete line of lilOti models, A few
second-hand wheels cheap. U heels
to rent. Uko. (JiiAi'iM.rc, opposite
l'ost4ifiiee, First street.
Sinek OrliBi'iiti'H printed nl The
Sun job offloe.
T,r&ZL'zmi^^!iK^x>W5mt&r-4
Largest c^lssortment
Of New Goods ever brought to the city to -.elect from. When
you want Clothes, come in and see what PRACTICAL TAILORS,ue
doing before buying elsewhere.    We are selling
SUITS FROM $17.00 UP
OVERCOATS FROM$17.00 UP
PANTS FROM $5.50 UP
Guarantee Fit—and when we say fit, we mean what we say.
No trouble to show goods.
•w*E*U« EB Iti ASS It. reliable tailor
rf-'X*!. j***.A>*4i Xs% XJ\ ly% X&'l:
You have tried our Groceries you will not
require to be told that they are the hest
the market can furnish. If you hnve
never favored us with your custom, a
single trial will convince you that goods
are as we represent them, and that our
PRICES ARE RIGHT
We have the best of everything required for your Christmas dinner. Seedless and Sultana Raisins, Mixed Peel,
Spices, Fresh Creamery and Dairy Butter, Ranch Eggs.
Lawson, Baker 8 George
IS SBCONDST.
■■ '$'/•
»i ■*■-**
General Grocers
, ,,v,^^¥t^^vMi
A. Erskine Smith & Co
IF YOU INTEND  TRAVELLING
To i'ranl.liii Camp by Stage, 1'I'i Vat e Vehicle, Freight Team or
Horseback, ask for our prices.
Bridge and
Sts
P. BURNS & CO., LTD.
DEALERS IN AU MINDS OF FRESH AND CURED
oMEATS
Fish and Game in Season
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
For a nice hair cut or shave go to
tie City Barber Shop on Bridge street.
Until*. 50c. three for S1.00..
The Lion Bottling Works have cut
'-heir price on all case and draught
wines and liquors. i
r
!l
(^ANYWHERE IN
Canada and the United Slates
A   Dollar  is  Worth
100 Cents
at any time, but from now until
Christmas
It is Worth 125 Gents at Our
Store
We are having a lot of New
Christmas Goods sent us that will
please everybody", and we are going to sell you
H.25 Worth of Xmas Presents
for M.00
In order to show that we have the
right spirit at this time of the
year.
We will give
20°/o 06
ON
All CRritmas Goods
in general, and much more in special instances too numerous to
mention.
Don't forget that this is the place
where you get most for your
money. Stop in and see us, two
doors south of the postoffice. Best
assortment of Xmas Goods on
North Half.
Fours for a Merry' Xmas,
PETER B.
NELSON CO.
Danville, Wash.
©Ijp Butting *§tm
GRAND FORKS.
AS YOU LIKE IT
A pressing engagement is an invitation to waltz.
People with real troubles never advertise  them.
A close friend is one who refuses to
lend you anything.
The older a girl gets the shorter her
rainy day s'.tirt becomes.
A woman doesn't like a mirror that,
nukes things plain to her.
The devil   laughs   when he sees a
widow trying to appear bashful.
It's so much easier to hear of good
people than it is to meet them.
It's useless to have an aim iu life if
you are too lazy to pull the triggor.
Pudding Time
To  Properly Prepare for Christmas
EVERY KITCHEN should be supplied with the best Groceries obtainable. We have everything you need for a successful pudding or Christmas cake. Our fril'ts tire the finest
procurable.
.Seeded Kai-rins, Orange, Lemon and Citron
Peel, Finest Cleaned   Currants, and   a  full
line of Spires.
We have also a compleu* line of urtieles suitable  for  Christ
mas Premnts.
jTh. HODSON C&l CO.
Phone No. 30:
rCpposite C.P.R. Ststicn
23*531
p
SI3N   OF   THE   BEST
It can hardly  be  that everyliody
else is wrong and only you are right.
Some men get rich because of their
ability to separate fools and their
coin.
If tombstones were reliable the
devil would soon he wearing noi rains.
You can bag your game without
Ihe aid of a gun—if you play your
cards right.
Every mother pats herself on the
back when her daughter marries the
man she selected.
It is a pity some people do not lose
their their tempers where they could
nit find them again.
HOTEL
EMIL LARSEN, PnoPii.ETCR
Hot ami Cold Paths. Nicely FiirnMied
Srove-H-oitteii Rixmiu. fiutiraly r«t-
fnrnUlie-i mid renovated throughout.
PirKt.Hn--8 hoard by dny, week or
iikiiiIh. SpettittI rateB fo etead.v board*
em. American and Euroi*-*-*"*" plans.
FI:1*- si liar in City in Co linnet [nit,
BRIDGE STREET     GRAM FORKS, B. C.
When a man steals he does it for
himself, bnt when a woman steals she
does it for some worthless man.
Beware ot the man who is afflicted
with excessive politeness, because he
may have designs on your pocket-
book.
When Your Back Hurts
Of course it in liard. to work.
Stooping over hurts, lifting is tedious,
and you wonder what to do. Ever,
try Nerviline? Nothing like it for
weak or lame back. It penetrates to
the core of the pain, eases from the
first application, brings cure that defies a relapse. No liniment is so clean,
so soothing, so ceitain to kill muscular
rheumatic or sciatic pains. Your
dealer sells Poison's Nerviline in large
B5o bottles.    Why not try it?
Three quart bottles of Nelson beer
for 50c at the Lion Bottling Works.
Get your wedding invitations printed
at The Sun office. We have the closest
script type imitation of a steel engraving made. *
You c/4re Next
(At the
Palace Barber Shop
Kaior Honing a Specialty.
g&l
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
Victoria Hotel,
Bridge Street, Grand Forks, 11. C.
Foo Lee
Laundry
FINE LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICE   AND  IRONED BY
MACHINERY,    NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
NEXT CHINESE STORE
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
ASSAYING
C. S. B A K E R
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER AND ORE
SHIPPERS' A6ENT
Samples Given Prompt Attention.
Correspondence Solicited.
Complete Superintendence oi Ore Shipments.
P. 0. BOX 43 FH0NE S3
RIVERSIDE AVE., GRAND FORES, B.C.
Uunte nr thf fiummi. unci fnvorlt*?
NORTH COAST LIMITED
3-DAILY TRAINS--3
—IJBTWBttN-
Spokane, Butte, Helena, Fargo,   Minneapolis, Duluth and St. Paul.
—ALBO—
2-DAILY TRAINS-2
—BETWEEN -
Spokane, Billings, Denver, Omaha, St.
Joseph, Kansas City and St. Louis.
lf~-
THL
n.
Windsor Hotel
Serves the most carefully prepared meals
and the best brands
of wines, liquors and
cigars.
Finest Rooms in the City
First and Bridge Strests
BICYCLES
A Complete Line of 1906 Models.
Second-hand wheels always on
hand,  and   will  be sold cheap.
BICYCLE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
PULLMAN, TOURIST SLEEPERS
and Dining Car Service on all Trains.
CLOSE CONNECTIONS made at St Pa .ij
and St. Louis in Union-Depots foi all
points East and South"E**8t*
To enable patties woo so desire to visit
summer season of-1W6, the N.°|HH?ftS.'fA-
CTPICwIll on JULY 2nd end 8rd, AUGUS1
It "stfTind Wh, nud SEPTEMBER 8th and
OtniSl roond-trlp ticket. ''O" P"'"« "
this territory ito Chicago, St.>jonli.»..Paul.
MlnnARonlls 0*-*aha and Kansas city at one
"w. "llStcla.. f«e plus Ten Dollars, with
flTa" Mtirnlimit ninety *«■*to»*»*" o*
■ale, but not beyond Ootober 81st, IMS.
Extremely low rates are in afoot from
FebiuaSlSth to April 1th and September
f"th to Stober »■{.m from all point, ilithe East to points in this territory. II yon
H«.lr. to send for a friend or relative on
KratVw". ileiraph ticket.to Eastern
^T^SoTBE^'pAcfFIO have all as*
nnunoed very low ronnd-trlp rate, from
Joint, in the'Iart to point, in thi,, terr tory,
and ticket, will be on salepofttm tat to
September 15th inclusive, flnal limit for re-
%r;r%ntr?n?orm.tlon.ddre..anyoneof
undersigned.
A D. Charlton,    G.A. Mitchell
A G.P. A.. Gen. Art.,
Portland, Ore.    Spokane, Wash.
W. H. Ude,
Traveling Passenger Agent,
Spokane, Wash.
GEO. CIIAPPLE,    Opposite Postotifce
HEADQUARTERS FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'SGIGARSTORE
R. C. MDCUTCHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing, Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors and
Windows.
first Street
Grand Forks, B. C.
Geo. Taylor
General Contractor,
Excavator, Etc.
All Orders Given Prompt and Careful
Attention.
GEO. TAYLOR,
Grand Forks, B. C.
Pacific Hotel
COT. C.r.R. STATION
First-class In every re*ipect.
Sample rooms for commercial travelers.
Hot and Cold Baths.
liar in Connection.
Finest Brands of Wines,
Lhlllors and Ofgara.
CHAS. PETERSON, Prop. te
._L	 /?
w
-rM*/^**^*^^
CHRISTMAS GIFTS
CHRISTMAS GIFTS
CHRISTMAS GIFTS
We have nSw on sbow a splendid assortment of goods suitable for Christmas presents, and will have more shipments arriving this week. Our Stock is entirely hew, carefully' selected, and up to date in every respect. We have
bought from the best manufacturers and wholesale houses in the country, and our customers can be quite positive that
every' article is exactly as stated.
Your attention is respectfully" called to the following classified suggestions, with the hope ot helping y'ou out in the
solution of that oft recurring question, "what shall I give?"
Presents for the
Ladies
Diamonds and Precious
Stones
Rings, from j"?o upwards
-is*
Watches
10-k. and 14-k. Solid Gold Waltham
Watches, from 20.00 to 60.00
Gold Neck Chains 7.00 to 20.00
10-k. and 14. long Watch Guards—
From 12.00 to 25.00
Fine quality   Waltham   Watches,  in
20-year gold-filled cases... 15.00 to 25.00
-J*
Opera Glasses
Opera Glasses in Mother of Pearl and
Gilt Mountings, finest make,
from 10.00 to 18.00
Jewelry*
An unexcelled assortment of highest grade
Gold-Filled Jewelry, consisting of
Watch Guards, Necklets, Lockets,
Bracelets, Brooch Pins, etc., at lowest
prices consistent with quality.
Waist Sets
A nice selection of Enamelled Belt Pins,
Waist Sets, etc.
Presents for the Gentlemen
Gent's Watches Are Our
Strong Line
21-Jewel Elgin, soljd silver, dust-proof cases $30.00
In 25-year case  35.00
21-Jewel Waltham, in solid silver case  30.00
In 25-year case  35.00
21-Jewel Seth Thomas, in solid silver case  28.00
In 25 year case  33.00
The above are all high grade railway watches, adjusted to five
positions.
Solid 14-k. Gold Waltham or Elgin Watches—
From $45 to $100
20 year Gold-Filled Walthams, from $12 upwards
Finely Jewelled Waltham, in Nickel cases, from $6.50 upwards
Gold Rings
10 and 14-k.  Gold Watch Guards,  Gold Rings,  Lockets, Tie Pins,
etc., at lowest prices.
Field Glasses
Few men would appreciate anything more than a good pair of
Field Glasses.    We carry only the best makes ...From $10 to $20
Gold-Filled Watch Guards
Cuff Buttons, Chains, etc., ofthe finest quality**
Solid Silver Match Boxes,   Cigar Cutters, Pocket
Knives, &*c.
Presents for the
Folks
Parlour and Bedroom
Timepieces
In ail the latsst styles, from 2.00 to 35.00
•it*
Thermomters
Aneroid Barometers and Thermometers,
 9.00, 12.00 and 15.00
Silverwi
are
Silver-plated Butter Dishes, Pickle Jars,
Marmalade Jars, Jelly Dishes, Sugar
and Cream Sets, Salad Bowls, Napkin
Rings, etc. All best quality plate, on
nickel silver.
Napkin Rings
Solid Silver Salt Sets, Napkin Rings, etc.
'ases an
dBoh
w
emian
are
A   fine selection of richly decorated Vases
and silver-mounted Bohemian Ware.
For  the] children  we have a splendid line of Enamel Brooch Pins at 50c and 75c, all different styles.    Solid gold   ffj)
single-stone rings at $2 each, and gold-filled necklets and cracelets at very moderate prices.
We earnestly solicit an early visit to our store, so that in the event of our not having in stock your exact requirements, we can procure them promptly.
J. A. HARTLEY & CO.
Expert Watchmakers, Jewellers and Opticians
First Street, Opp. Postoffice QRAND FORKS OPERA HOUSE
Two Nights and Saturday Matinee,
Beginning
Friday, December 14
<*7,1R. C. P. WALKER PRESENTS
THE GREAT
McEWEN
And His Company
SUPREME MASTER
MAGICIAN
15,000 .Dollars Invested in Illusions and
Magical Equipment
SPOKANE OFFICE .
110   WASHINGTON
WHITE FOK CATALOni'H.
World's Foremost
HYPNOTIST
ST  A Scientific Demonstration of the Wonderfully Mysterious Hypnotic Force
Prices 75c and 50c
SPECIAL   SCENERY
CHANGE OF BILL NIGHTLY
Seats  on sale  one week in advance at
Woodland's Drug Store
THE COMFORTABLE WAY.
s. r. & N. RY.
Daily
Leave
10:10 a.m.
.5:15 p.m.
GRAND FORKS
Dally
Arrive
IF PALI
Spokane, Seattle, I
Everett, Bellini*--
ham, Vanoouver,
Victoria  and  all
Coast points ]
5.05 p.m.
Spokane, l-'eruie,
Witinineg.St Paul
and Miiineapolin..
5:05 p.m.
Northport,  itos*--
land,Nelson, Kan-1 5:05 p.m.
loand Sandon.... J	
Kepuhlic, Curlew
and Kerry (Mid*
ft-ao p.m. j Phoenix, B.C. ... I   tl:65 i
Connneotluff   at Spokane with  the fa-
mo ill
'ORIENTAL LIMITED'
2—Daily Overland Trains—-2
From Spoknne for Winnipeg, St. Pun I,
Minneapolis, St. Loult, Chicago and all
potitti east.
For complete information, TateB,
berth riiHervutloiifl, etc., coll on or ad-
' r<SS' H. SHEEDY, Agent,
Grand Forks.
S. G. YERKES, A.G.P.A,,
Seattle.
NOTICE
NOTIOE [thereby given that thirty day*
nfter date I intend making application
to tht* Chief CoinmiKitioiier of Lands and
Works for a ipeolal license to cut nnd re*
move timher from the follow hij- flescrihed
lauds: Commencing; nt thin pout, located on
the -pn-st bank of Suvase creek, a west branch
of the North Fork pf Kettle river, nt a point
75 fo«*t southeast of where a landslide or dry
wuf-.li enters said creek troin the west side,
ntid whrn* a small jam and pOnd In formed on,
and about three miles from the montb of
mi id creek: thence running west 411 chains:
thenee north 80ehntus.< thence east 80 chains:
thei.ee south 80 r'hains: thence -aest 40 chains
to place nf lii'-j-iiiiiiii*.*-. cotitaitiintr 010 seres.
Loonted this 20th day of October, into.
.1. F MAJ OR, Locator.
WALLACE
CHALMERS
A FRESH STOCK OK
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco.
MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of its kind in the city.
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
Hotel V
alhalla
RIVERSIDE AVENUE, GRAND FORKS
Newly Refurnished Throughout.
First-Class Accommodations for
Transients. Smeltermen's Trade
Solicited. Terms Reasonable.
Table Supplied with the Best the
Market Aftords.
The Finest Brands of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars are Always in  Stock  at the Bar.
S. NELSON PROPRIETOR
DRAYING
Heavy und Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly. Passenger* and Trunks to and
from all tniins.
Telephone A129
Second Hand Goods mm) forks transfer company
BOUGHT AND SOLD Rpthrrfori* Bros., Props.
Carpets Cleaned and I-aM.
Puniitnn- Repaired, Upholstered and ('leaned, and
other j'»hs In the hnuso-
61681111117 line.
Call or leave orders at
MILES' SECOND-HAND STORE,
Next Door to Lion Bottling Works,
BRIDGE 6TREET
NOTICE
NOTIOR In lirrcliy irlvpn t|if*t I will a-.plv, ul
tli*. next nippth.-r of the Li'"-"-.* ( om-
i,.i«.l,..,..,.«(or the iJrnii' Porkh I '•■■ i ».■ iii-
trlct.for l I'ik'erol tin lie e< Hqmr I.I
reuse fart' Nortl ern ho*el,lltllul' nl Hi n
unfit ' i..«. Yule Dl-M'lur, Iron, the uti-le.-
nil.'l.eil to li.ihertl.iiiiliMiliii.iif lliiniiiirk   City
aforo.nld,
Dated the 14th dny of November.
PRANK HAltTINOKK.
Winterg
Round-Trip
Excursion Rates
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
GRAND FORKS to Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and points
west thereof in Ontario and Quebec  $81.55
Dotes of Sale, November 24th to December 31st.
First Class Three Months' Limit.
Correspondingly low rates to other Eastern points.
SPECIAL LOW RATES TO OLD COUNT11Y
furnished upon application.
H. SHEEDY, Agent,
QRAND FORKS. B.C.
The Great McEwen
When the Great McEwen opens his
engagement at the opera house next
Friday evening local theatre goers
will see for the first time his wonderful illusion, "After the Ball." * The
startling and mystifying act has been
proclaimed wherever it has been
shown as the most elaborate in the
world of magic. The stage is set as
a ladies' boudoir and a large mirror, such as is used there, is wheeled in. A 'lady returning from a
party, steps in to arrange her hair
and at a wave from the magician's
wand, disappears in thin air. The
speed with which this illusion is
performed, the utter absence of
dark stage, strings nr black cloths,
make this illusion stand out from
the repertoire of any magician.
The new tunnel the Granby com-
pamy is driving on the Curie"' claim
is said to be showing Up a large tonnage.
Good progress is being made in
the unwatering of the Cariboo, in
Camp McKinley, and a man to operate the stamp mill has been secured.
The last car of machinery for the
new air compressing plant of the
Dominion Copper company, to he
installed on the company's Idaho
mine, has arrived, and the parts are
now being assembled.
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
Diamond drilling on the Betts
and Hesperus has been completed
for the time being.
The new line of electric current
from Phoenix to the Emma mine,
Summit camp, will be completed in
a few days.
The Vermilion Forks Mining Co.
will supply the Great Northern railway with 50 tons of coal daily as
soon as the tricks reach Princeton.
No Liniment Can Cure It
That pain between the eyes isn't
neuralgia. Many think so, but it is
catarrh, plain ordinary cataarh that
needs attention right now. Your
proper lead is to use "Catarrhozone."
Doctors recognize it as a cure that
surpasses all others. Sure, because it
does reach the trouble; safe, because
no drugs to take, you breath its healing vapor direct to the course of the
trouble, and cure is guaranteed. Two
sizes, 25c and $1.     Sold everywhere.
FOR BENT—Nicely furnished rooms
with bath, near the smelter. Apply
Mrs. Bitchie's.
The following table gives the ore
for 1905, 1906  and for the past week:
Granby Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe,   Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix.
Idaho, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood,	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, SummitCamp	
Senator, Summit Camp	
Sulphur King, Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Carmi, West Fork	
Sally, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strath more, Providence	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp	
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp...
Bay, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Helen, Groenwood	
Republic, Boundary Falls	
Miscellaneous	
shipments of Boundary mines
1905
653,889
,174,567
55,731
25,108
3,056
4,747
9,485
3,007
1,833
33
150
1906
775,314
6,606
94,400
134,829
2,960
22,736
46,128
3,263
12,023
6,404
PastWeek
13,539
480
1,914
32
7£6
792
72
30
145
770
105
20
535
689
255
73
20
40
90
80
20
500
586
30
86
76
9
1,140
40
140
20
15
529
30
60
20
45
25
171
Total, tons	
Smelter Treatment—
Granby Smelter	
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter	
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter..
933,548    1,101,796      17,675
687,988
220,830
84,069
800,493 13,939
107,869 2,902
207,855      3,606
Total treated       982,877    1,116,218      20,447
DRINK REPUBLIC BEER
The Purest and Best In the City.
On Draught Exclusively*"* at
THE VICTORIA HOTEL
NOTICE
I
tn tiie mutter nf thc "Land K-'tristr.v Aot,"
mul iti the nmtter of the Title to Purl 20
ac-ret* of Lot 5!ki, Group I, Osoyoos Division,
Vale District. ,
WHEREAS, the Certificate of Title of Mary
Yoiiiir*. heincr Certificate of Title No.
7860a, to the Above hereditament****, has been ,
lost or destroyed, and application hut heen
made to me for n duplicate thereof.
NOTIi'K iti hereby (riven that a duplicate!
ertificate of Title to the above heredlt-
I'mMil-, will be hi-iued at the expiration of
one mouth from thediite hereof, unless In
the meantime vulid idijeotlou to the con* I
miry he made to mc In writ hip.
W. II. EDMONDS,
District Reglitrar «f Title*.
iiUnd Itc.'istry Office, Kain'oopfS.li.C. Novem*
berMthJwe.
NOTICE
VOTICK la hereby Riven tlmt thirty iluy,
*  uftor ilnii* I iiitfnil iiitihinif fmul'ffititiii
to the I'hlff riniiiiiii..!iiin-r uf I.hiiiIn iiiiiI
vVurttH for ii -iii-HiiI Ii«•#-..-«• tfi rut mill ro-
iiiiiVp llinhwr frnm  thn following ili'M'rlhetl
lillliU:    ('iili'ini.iiciiii* ui Ihis  punt, I ih'il nn
the en ' 1 mnli -if Suviiyi. .T.'i-lt, ii ivi-t hriinrh
of tile North Fork ofKettll river, ut n jHii.it
7.1 fi.i't •ottttieait of where a latiatmde or dry
iviii.Ii t-niiTH -niil ereeh from the went .hie,
mil where « -mull jiim or pi,ml L fnrineil on,
■ ml uhoiit three mill- fi'iint the mouth of
.till ereek: tlienee rniiiiinif went 411 I'liiiim,,
h ■-(, nl h -.ii,.hni ii-: thence emit HO elm in-:
.Hence.nnrtn HO oIiiiIiih; thenee wt-.t 4uchain.
to place nf lii'L'Iniilii::, t Iniiiltiir I'M acre..
I.ucnteil thi. 2llth day or Oetoher. I'M.
J. P. MAJOR, Locator.
Billheads nnd Statements,
Letterheads nnd Envelopes,
Posters, Dates and Dodgers,
ISiisiness and Visiting Cnrds,
Lodge Constitutions and ])y laws,
Shipping Tugs, Circular* and Placards,
Bills of Fare and Menu Cards,
Announcement-- nnd Counter Pads,
• Wedding Stationery,
And everything turned out in nn
Up-to date l'rintery.
60   YEARS-
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Anyone landing a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Inrentinn ta probably pntent able, Comrounlen*
tloMetrlatlyeoiiflden^). HANDBOOK on Patent!
lent free. Oldest nKon<-T for securing patents.
Patenti.taken ihnnijh Munn A Co. receive
iprciat notice, without clinrt-o, In the
Scientific Jftiericait.
A hand nortl i'i y II In strut ed weekly. I-areest circulation -if any Bi-lontlUo journal. Terms, $3 a
jrenr; (niiriinnitlia.il.  Hold byall newsdealer*.
 LCo.38iB™»*"'-New York
Roe. at Y St.. Washington, D. C.
Good Printing—the kind wo do—is in itself
an advertisement, and a trial order will convince
you that our stock and workmanship nro of the
hest. Let us estimate on your order. We guarantee satisfaction.
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