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Ninth Year—No. 43.
Grand Forks, B. C, Saturday. August 27, 1910.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
Allotment of Space at the
Fair Will be Made on
September 17
NEWS OF THE CITY
laid out will require six years to
complete, and will be the most thorough line of development ever attempted in the northwest.
The cyanide plant will have a capacity   of   100 tons per day, but isjSchool  ReopOUS Next  Mon-
being constructed in such a manner
that the daily output can be   easily
be a   warning   to   other   editors,-
Greenwood Ledge.
doubled.   The tram has a capacity
of 500 tons daily.
The directors of the Agricultural
association met in the city hall on
Thursday evening, President Kerman presiding.
The officers of the poultry asscia-
tion had a conference witb the fair
directors, and it was agreed to add
two members from the poultrymen's
organization to the fair directorate.
The directors decided to set aside
8200 for prizes for poultry exhibits.
This, with the $150 which the poul
try association will receive from the
government, should make the prizes
in this department sufficiently
tempting to induce all poultry-
men in this valley to make
their exhibits at their home fair, instead of taking their fowl abroad.
The poultrymen present at the meeting were very enthusiastic over the
fair, and stated they would have an
exhibit of at least 200 coops.
Several communications were received from parties desiring space at
the fair. These ware all referred to
th'»buildings and grounds committee.
J. T. Lawrence, the managing
director, was instructed to visit
Greenwood, Phoenix and Midway,
and to make a thorough canvass of
these towns for exhibits.
All the committees were instructed
to bring in their reports at the meeting on Thursday night, September
1st.
The secretary was instructed to
write to the deputy minister of agriculture, \V. E. Scott, and to ask him
to act as one of the judges of the
fruit displays.
All applications for Bpace at the
fair must be in the hands of the
secretary by September 17th, when
the allotments will he made.
The directors decided to use hoth
rinks for exhibition purposes. Tbe
skating will be used for fruit displays, while poultry and vegetables
will be exhibited in tbe curling
rink. The athletic sports will take
place al the association's grounds in
the Ruckle addition.
day—Two Changes in
Teaching Staff
The building being erected by the
Great Northern railway near their
station in the West ond for the imuii-
gratiou department is now noarine
completion.
Napoleon Resumes
The Napoleon mine resumed work
this week after a long shut-down,
says the Majcus Messenger. Several mechanics in Marcus were telegraphed for and responded. A targe
force will be employed on the surface for some time in the Work of
excavating frit the new cyanide mill
which will be installed. A portion
of the machinery for the mill is already ou the ground, und the remainder hns been ordered from a
machinery house in Denver.
The Napoleon is considered one
of the best mining properties in the
northwest, and the prediction is
freely made that ore shipments from
this property will more than equal
those from the First Thought before
very long. The property is now
owned by the Hritish Columbia Copper company. Mr. Keffer, superintending engineer of the company,
has the work under his personal supervision, it is said on good authority that the plan   of work   now
Lesson of the Peach Trees
A western fruit grower, having
picked and marketed bis crop last
fall, decided to enjoy a vacation,
says the Youth's Companion. He
and his wife had a two months' trip,
journeyed over a good deal of country, and stayed at the best hotels.
The yield of just seven peach trees
paid their entire expenses.
This little incident Illustrates tbe
success of intelligent and progressive
methods of agriculture. The farmer
used to be a farmer and nothing else;
he still remains so in some parts
of the country. When he has become a student of natural science,
and a shrewd business man as well,
his income has increased ten, twenty, one almost dares to say a hundredfold.
The secret lies in thorough, intensive farming, and the men of the
west, particularly thoBe who are
growing crops on irrigated land,
where tbe supply of water can be
exactly regulated, are the most successful in applying that discovery.
Their potatoes are planted above
the irrigation lateral, so that water
never comes in contact with
the tubers themselves, but is all
taken up by the roots. This insures
the soundness of practically every
potato. Tomatoes ale tied to a
stake, and every stem but one is
pruned away, so that the plant
grows vertically, and produces fewer
fruit, but eaeh one large and perfect.
Fruit trees are sprayed regularly
and carefully, and trimmed to a uniform size, so tbat picking is easy,
and the ripening ef the crop is not
delayed or made irregular by the
shade of leaves. Orchards are furnished with rows of heaters, electrically connected, so that in time of
frost the temperature may be raised
above the danger point. Some are
strung w th electric lights, that picking may be done at night when immediate marketing is desirable.
| All this ia expensive, but, as experience proves, profitable. Not
every tanner can carry things so far,
oris so independent of the vagaries
ol the weather; but there are few
who could not apply to their land
recent discoveries and improvements
in agricultural methods Which would
greatly increase the fertility of their
soil and the market value of their
crops.
The public schools throughout the
province will reopen on Monday next
at 9 a.m. There are fewer changes
than usual in the staffs. The local
stall of instructors is the same as at
the last term, with the exception of
Principal May and Miss Moore, both
of whom have resigned, the former before the close of the last term and the
latter a few days ago. The provincial inspectorates have, however, been
rearranged in the direction of improving their efficiency. J. S. Gordon) assumes his new duties as high school
inspector, and J. T. Pollock and D. L.
MaeLaurin take their plaues on the
inspectorate forces Both of the new
inspectors are from Revelstoke, which
has attained high standing as an eilu-
:ational centre, Mr. Pollock having
heen principal of the Central and Mr.
MaeLaurin of the high school there.
Since the last school term the education department has enlarged the
scope of the free text book branch,
now supplying fifth reade-s, Latin
grammars and drawing books to the
pupils of the lower high school grades.
Rev. J. W. Williamson, of Vancouver, general secretary of tbe Provincial Sunday School association,
visited this city last week, and , '
dressed a gathering of Sunday school
workers in the Baptist church Wednesday evening. His address was in
the nature of a report of the World's
Sunday School convention, held in
Washington, D.C., last May. All
those who heard Mr. Williamson were
delighted with his address. The only
regret expressed was that so many of
the citizens missed hearing him.
If we only had a little soot to go
with all this forest-tire smoke, it
would not be difficult to imagine that
Grand Forks is a second Pittsburg.
Grand Forks Poultrymen Are
Successful at the Vancouver Exhibition
||A special excursion train will be run
over the C.P.R. to Christina lake
from Phoenix, Grand Forks and intermediate points on Labor day.
Four or five coach-loads of United
States soldiers passed through the city
Tuesday, en route to Republic to fight
foress fires.
Al Farquhar, of the Dreamland,
opened a moving picture show at the
Phoenix opera house on Thursday
night.
The Kettle River Lumber company
are now operating their fruit-box
printing press.
Frank Hoelzel is erecting a 82000
residence on his ranch, nine miles up
the North Fork.
The new Greenwood postoffice will
be built on the site of the Pioneer
hotel.
PERSONAL
The first band practice was held in
the band-rooms on Main street on
Thursday night. The attendance was
not as large as it should have been.
Another practice will be held at the
same place next Tuesday evening, and
it is requested that everybody interested attend.
The battery at the Granby smelter
has been reduced to four furnaces,
and this "ill bc all' that will be in
commission until the damage caused
by the Phoenix lire has been repaired.
The force at the works has been
slightly reduced.
J. D. Spence, one of the pioneer
barristers of this city, who has been
living in Greenwood during the past
three or fouryears, will shortly remove
to Toronto, having formed a partnership with a law firm in that city.
T. A Love, proprietor of the Phoenix Pioneer, whose office was destroyed in the recent file at Phoenix,
passed through the city yesterday, on
his way home from the ei.st.
John Rugbee left for the eastern
states on Monday. It is reported
that the railways will charge him
double fare on his return trip.
J. T. Lawrence, managing director
of the Grand Forks fall fair, left yesterday for a business trip to Greenwood, Phoenix and Midway.
Miss H. Olding, of the staff of public school teachers, returned on Friday
from Vancouver, where she has been
spending her vacation.
James Rooke, secretary-treasurer of
! the Fruit Growers'  association, made
I a business   trip   to   Greenwood   and
Phoenix this week.
A. D. Morrison roturned from the
Vancouver exhibition on Tuesday, In
tbe poultry exhibits he was awarded
two first prizes for Barred Rock fowl.
Mrs. W. H. Dinsmore, of this city,
also captured two first prizes in the
same department.
The British Columbia Poultry association was organized at the Vancouver exhibition last week, delegates
being present from the local associations throughout the province It
was decided to affiliate with the
American association. It is evident
that the industry is going ahead in
this province. A year ago there were
but live organizations in the province,
but within the last three months five
more have been formed, thus bringing
the total number up to ten. Another
interesting indication of this is, tlmt
the new British Columbia association
already numbers a total membership
of 175, which certainly represents an
excellent day's work. E. W. Cale.
of Buruabv, presided at the organization, and the following delegates were
in attendance: T Edwards, Victoria;
W. Stonehouse, Vancouver; J. Isher-
wood, Nanaimo; H. Koelkenbeck,
Ashcroft; R. Waddell, Enderby; W.
Wright, Summerland; E. W. Laing,
Rovelstoke; W. S. Pierce, West
Kootenay; A. B. Smith, Cranbrook,
and T. A. F. Mackintosh, Grand
Forks Besides tbese, quite a number of fanciers were present.
A forest lire started near Cascade
on Tuesday, and the iong wagon
bridge at the foot of Christina lake
i was in danger of benm destroyed,
| The workmen at the Fife mine and
the people of Cascade turned out and
saved it, however.
Penticton a Divisional Point
The electorate of Penticton has
almost unimously passed a   bylaw
I granting 825,000 to the Kettle Valley   railway.     The    measure   was
] passed on an understanding with
Pres. Warren that the town would
be a divisional point and extensive
yards and cur shops would be constructed   there.    The  lailway   has
j been given the right to run along
Centre street to the waterfront,
where the depot and wharf will be
placed.
During the past week some excitement was created in Greenwood by
hush fires near the powder magazine
and up the gulch on the Phoenix
mad.   Both fires   were extinguished.
One of the enlarged furnaces at the
Mother Lode smelter, Greenwood, was
blown in last week. It has a capacity
of 900 tons daily, and is the largest
copper furnace in Canada. Thu enlargement of another furnace is now
under way.
An important meeting of tin? Grand
Forks board of trade will   be   held  in
J the  city   hall next Monday evening.
Every one interested in the welfare of
the city is requested to be present.
In their first match at the coast, the
Kootenay- Boundary     cricket     team
were beaten by the narrow  margin ol
| 11 runs, thescoies being: Vancouver,
I28j Kootenay-Boundarv, 117.
A wreck, in   which one   man was
killed, ou the   Great   Northern last
Saturday, delayed thc arrival   of the
west-bound   passenger'   train   in this
city for six hours.
T. A. Love, editor- of the Phoenix
Pioneer, went east to get married, and
his olliee burned down.     This should
A Spray for Weeds
The destruction of weeds hy spraying was begun in North Dakota in
18!l(i by Prof II. 1,. Bolley, who is
widely known also for bis researches
in plant diseases. He sprayed growing wheat witb solutions of copper
sulphate and mercuric bichloride and
found that the tops of both grain
and weeds turned black, but the
former revived in two or three days,
while young mustard and other
weeds withered and died, The difference in effect is attributed to tin:
fact that Ihe broad, rough and soft
leaves of the weeds retain much of
the chemicals which run off harmlessly from the smooth and slender
stalks of grain. For sulphate of
copper has been substituted the
cheaper sulphate ol iron, of which
many tons are now used, killing
most weeds without injury to the
grain, including false llax, shepherds purse, peppergrass,corn-cockle,
chick weed, dandelion, Canada thistle, binweed, plantain, pigweed,
ragweed and others. A solution of
two pounds of sulphate of iron in a
gallon nf water has been found effective in a similar way for freeing
lawns from young dandelions.
Death of Mrs. G. M. Fripp
The sad news was received in this
city yesterday of the death of Mrs.
G. M. Fripp at the Hot ■ Lake (Oregon) sanitorium while undergoing
an operation. The news received
here was somewhat meagre, no details being given with the exception
that sbe expired while under the
influence of chloroform.
Mr. and Mrs. Fripp left this city
about a week ago for Hot Lake for
the purpuse obtaining medical treatment for the latter, and Mr. Fripp
was wilh his wife when thc unsuccessful operation was performed.
Deceased was a young lady of
most excellent character, and she
was deservedly popular witb all her
acquaintances in this city. Prior to
her marriage, four or live years ago,
she lived with her parents at Payette,
Idaho. She leaves a husband and a
four or live months' old daughter to
mourn her loss. Their numerous
friends in Ibis city extend sincere
sympathies to the bereaved   family.
New Burbank Creations
Horticulturists ami fruit growers
of Santa Rosa, Cal , are united in
praise of two new varieties of peaches and one of plums produced by
l.uther Burbank, the plant wizard.
Crosses of the Crawford and Muir
species have resulted ill a fruit of
greater commercial value. The
Bartlett plum seedling i.s also a betterment in shape, color and preponderance of Hush over the pit. Most
of the juiciness and high color of
the Crawford peach has been transferred by Burbank to the smaller
and firmer pit of the Muir. Tbe
color-free pit of the Muir is also retained. The vigor and ability nf
the new trees to resist disease is still
another recommendation of the Burbank creations. JOHN   D. SPENCE|DRBAf^iK!5        0HURCH SERVICES
BARRISTER.
SOLICITOR. ETC.
GREENWOOD.
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Address all ootnmunloatluni tn
Thb Bvbning Sun,
Phonb B74 Grand Forks, B.C.
SATURDAY, AUGUST
1910
On every side today Lord Rose-
berry sees luxury and the passion
for pleasure, while thrift is disdained. 'Thrift," he snys, "is
character, the basis of sound national, as well as of individual character. If we lose I hat cornerstone
the imperial structure is in grave
danger of unsettlement, and if Scotland ceases to be thrifty she will
have lost one of the main foundations on which the success of ber
sons has been built up. Let the
spirit of Duncan and Ruthwell speak
once more among us. For thrift is
at the root of independence and self-
respect, two vital principles in national life, more especially in the
life of an ambitious and aspiring
people like ours."
Expert cruisers in Spokane, who
are now compiling reports from the
burned districts in Idaho, Washington. Oregon and Montana, estimate
that the recent forest fires destroyed
or damaged more than 750,000,000
feet of timber in the four states.
Converted into merchantable lumber
it is estimated this timber would
bave supplied material for the construction of from 50,000 to 55,000
four and five-room cottages, ,or
enough to house the entire population of any city in the four states
named. To reduce this timber to
commercial uses woulj keep 400
sawmills busy from live to six
months, while at the present cost of
cutting and marketing an army of
skilled and ordiniuy laborers would
have received  87,500.000 in   wages.
And Associate Players
— IX —
"Pierre of
ttie Plains"
Sir Gilbert Parker's Picturesque
Play of Western Canada.
POPULAR    PRICES
Reserve Your Seats tarly at
Mann's Drug Store
NEWS OF THE CITY
The school trustees bave selected
D. P. McCallum us a teacher in the
public school, to succeed Miss
Moore, resigned.
Hoi.vTinxiTY Choboh,Henry Steele,
Hector—Sunday services: Holy communion, 8:00 a.m.; morning prayer
and sermon, 11 a.m.; evensong anil
sermon, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school, 'I
p.m. First Sunday of the month
holy communion will be celebrated at
the 11 a.in. service as well as at 8
a in. Week-day anil special services
as thev are announced from time to
lime. You are cordially invited to
worship with us, and we would be
pleased to met you.
Kxox Piu.siivTtiiMAN Chuucii—
Sabbath services at 11 a,m. and 7:80 p.
in.; Sabbath school anil Bible class at
9:45 a.ni. All are cordially invited;
seats free. Rev. M. 1). McKee, pas
tor.
Methodist Church, Bev. Schliebter.—Services next Sunday at 11
a. in. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school
und Bible class at 11:15 a.m. Tne
Epworth League <tf Christian Endeavor
meet every Monday evening at 7:30;
Junior League, Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m.;
mid-week prayer meeting, Wednesdays, ,S p.m. Everybody will be welcome.
Baptist Chuucii, Hev. H. W.
Wright, pastor.—Services on Sunday
at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m.j Bible
class and Sunday school   at 2:30 p.m.
Mining Stock Quotations
Rev. Father Rocher, who has been
charge of the Catholic church
here since the departure of Hev.
Father Hartniann, has gone to St.
Louis to attend college. He bus
been succeeded by Rev. Father 'L.
Choincl, late of Cranbrook.
Mr. Johnson, of Danville, was
successfully operated on for appendicitis at the Cottage hospital Wednesday.
Born—In Grand Forks.on Thursday, August 110, to Mr. and Mrs.
John McDougail, a son.
Born—In Grand Forks, on Tues-
day, August '23, to Mr. and Mrs. A
C. Burr, twins—both girls.
A sitting of the county court will
be held in this city next week, commencing Thursday.
Some business men are so fond of
being deceived that they even endeavor to believe that they can reach
the consumers of this district with
out advertising in The Sun.
TRY THE  MONEY-BACK  CURE  FOR
PERSONAL
Norman Ross left for eastern   Can
ada this week.
Fred McKeehan, of Marcus, was ii
the citv on Wednesday.
B. K. Allen, the new principal of the
public school, arrived in the   city
Thursday.
D. McCallum returned on Tuesday
from a two weeks' vacation trip to the
coast cities.
Neil Matheson returned on Wednesday from a three weeks' vacation
tlip to the coast cities.
Alex Miller, one of the pioneers of
Grand Forks, arrived in the city on
Saturday from the coast.
L. A. Campbell, manager of the
West Kootenay Power A Light company, was in the city on Monday.
J. L. Manly and Fred Allen left
on Tuesday for a short trip to Chesaw, Wash.
Ernest Miller. M.P.P., returned on
Monday from Vancouver.
H. B. Curran has returned from a
two weeks' trip to tlie coast cities.
Mrs. F. E. Cooper and children left
this week for a three months' visit to
Calgary.
Bert Lang and Gus   Lindley   went
up  to  Greenwood  and
Wednesday.
J. 8, Currie is confined to his home | money back,
with an attack of typhoid fever.
Nine times in ten stomach kerange-
ments are responsible for sallow complexion, dull eyes and thin body.
It i.s the stomach that supplies
nourishing blood to the muscles, the
nerves, and skin. If the stomach is
healthy, plenty of nutritious matter
will bo absorbed by the blood. If it
i.s not healthy, the food will ferment,
and undigested, will pass along through
the bowels, furnishing so little nutritious matter that the blood becomes
impoverished, and the glow of health
vanishes.
If you Buffer from nervousness, sick
headache, belching of gas, sour taste
iu the mouth, heaviness after   eating.
tNisw YoiiK.Aug. 2(i
ing are today's opening
the stocks mentioned:
Asked
Granbv Consolidated.    38 00
B. C. Copper       5.50
—The follow-
quotations foi
Bid
.-._.' 0U
-1.50
A Dollar  Goes a»
Long Way
when you buy" your supplies at our market; we
sell you choice, prime cuts
of beer, mutton, iamb, pork
and veal at as low a margin of profit as we can do
business honestly upon
and give the best you can get anywhere. Our meats
are tender and delicious---our poultry fat, fresh and
tender, and our hams and bacon fit tor a king at
P. BURNS C& CO., LTD
Taj?."* =.':;v>1"
Metal Quotations
Nuw York, Aug. 2G—Silver, 5.'U
standard copper, -SI 1.75{2 12.10, dull.
London, Aug L'G—Silver, 2S 11-10;
lead, _£1'2 ils 3d.
A MIS-HIT
Did you make a mis-hit
the time you employed the
last " help."
Don't worry. There are
lots of good fish in the sea,
and a sure bait tocatch them
Is a Want Ad.
WORK   WANTED
I EEDLEWORK wanted 11 do at home.
l   on Mrs. Win  Keron, Second ttreet.
PASTURAGE
GOODPASTURAGK fnrcnttle close td city:
safe feace: iihiiiiilntio ol feed,    lor terms
apply to John Hummer, l-oiiith of July ereeK.
SITUATIONS   WANTED
Snap it g(iiick
Why'   not  get   a
permanent picture
of some   ot    the
beautiful things in this district?   If you
have: a camera
with you there are many things you can get in
this way. Let us show you the Kodak Line.
COST IS SMALL.
-3 WOOD LAND    6c   CO.i(-
PHNONE 13
DRUGGISTS AND BTATIONERS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Estate of Wassil Kiszkoin, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against the late
Wassil Kiszkoin, who died on the
Kith day of February, 1910, at Grand
Forks, B.C., are requested to send by
post, prepaid, or deliver to the un
dersigued, solicitors for the above estate, their names and addresses and
full particulars in writing of their
claims and statement of their accounts
and the nature of securities (if anv)
held bv them.
And take notice, that after the 1st
day of,1 uly, 1910, the executor will
proceed to distribute the assets of the
deceased among the persons entitled
thereto, having regard only to the
claims of which they shall have had
notice.
Dated this 20th day of May, A.D.
1910.
Eckstein & MoTaqoart,
Eckstein Bldg., Fernie, B. C.
Solicitors for Executors.
GEO  W. COOPER
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
First-class work in every branch
of the business. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Let us submit estimates on work.
BICYCLES
of wheels,
of all kinds
Winnipeg    Avenue
A full line of high-
grade 1910 models
Sundries and repairs
J.B. HENDERSON
BuilderS Architect
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Rates.
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
ANTED -Situation ns janitor
er.   Address
Grand Forks, H. C.
W' "er." Address W." J..  General   llelive
FOR   RENT
rt'l-NISIIKIi BOOMS-Apply
T    f.ml
Mrs. li. Craw
ADVERTISING 8PAOK in The Sim.tlin most
widely read newspaper ia theKettle vol*
FOR   SALE
rVI'KUKITKH-Olivor:   new.
I     otlice.
Apply   Sua
niRKK BOTTLES cold  Nelson  Beer   HOo.
I    Lion Bottling Worki.
BARN ANDHOUSE—The Forrester barn, J
lots nnd house, iii Columbia.   Apply .1.11.
or anv other   miserable   stomu.'h   dis    Plath, Box 10.
turbanoe, you   need   Mi-o-na, and the
sooner vou get it the quicker you  will
AlKiE IIOTTLli Port Wlne7.'>c,   Lion  Hot-
.  tllnjr Worki.
Bargains
IN
City and Suburban
Property
$350
17;">X17"> FT. LOT ItRtwenii
S-t'uti'l ii'nl Tin (I street«,
jugtabnvo Judge Loamy'*
aud H, Ouw'e plm-ps; *ep*
arated from ull other properties l<y 211-it.
lane, us large as sown or eight ordinary Iota.
adjoining lota are worth SiM)| would make
nice hornet with sufficient ground fur ohiok-
oiis. fruit, uunleri uml lawn] must desirable
louutiou in eity.
35 A.ORK3 adjoining
eity limits on s >utli;
14   acres   elenred:  lfiO
fruit treeii new four*
ham   fir six    lioisns;   horse,
unhle harness   nnd   farming   hi) pie -
All for$8200.    Kusy terms.
-FOUR-ROOM ROUSB
uml three lots within
une block uf business
oentre;   lawn, iliade
1 reea. fruit irees,berry bmhot, large garden.
wm also sell furniture of house if desired,
One-half cash, balance term*..
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE:
Winnipeg    Avenue
PHONE   18
Parties Intending tu build wl.l do well to con
Kill 1 me.
AM) -160 ncres guod timothy   laud.
-   this office.
Apply
$3200
room  house: barn f
bttHgy. double hnrnet
nients.   All for (3200.
$2000
treei. fruit o s.ln-r-'
tt III also sell furuitu
One-half cash, balant
5 ACRES
he healthier uud happier.
It will relieve any distressed   stom-   OPACB for advertising  purposes  In Th
O   Sun.
Ii condition almost immediately.   It  —
SPK01AL 1)1.11 PORT $1 per gallon.
will cure if   usetl   according to di
tions.     Woodland it   Co. sells   it  for '
50 cents a parge box, and  they  think
enough of it to guarantee  it to   curei
indigestion,
Bottling IVorltH,
Lion
CERTIFCATE OF  IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE
91 (PMNOIIHCtD H15H-Q-MZ)
Phoenix 0.11 CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,
Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs and Colds, or
Sold and guaranteed bv
I Woodland & Co.
IIot Air, hone Pine nnd Lookout Mineral
Claims.situate in the iiruml Porks Mining
Division of Vnle Divtrlrt.
Wheie Infilled; In McKinley eamp.
TAKE NOTIOE thut 1, Fred W. Reid, Free
I Miners'Certificate No. BJ6J60, for myself
aud as agent for J. Vf. Cook, l?ieo Miners'
Certificate No, 826280, and A. L Whiteblde,
Pree Miners' Certificate No. B188B6, intend,
sixty da*a from tbe date hereof, tu apply to
the Mining Keoordfer for Certificates oi Improvement, for the purpose of obtaining
Crown 1 -I ants of tho above claims.
And further take notioe that notion, under
paction Hi must be eommenued before the
Issuance '»( Buoh Certificates of Improve
ment.
Duted this 23rd day of July, A D 1010,
FREDERICK W. REID,
miles from toWM I
nuiu   house,    plim*-
d: Ittrarebuirgyshed,
otlsbed; IM fruit
70 Insuring! 2[,2 acres strawberries!
>errh *, onr rants, raspberries] free from
trust: the Ijest location around Qrand Porks]
plenty of gu.nl water) fruit nnd orop in
eluded.
Het«een It hint 4 arms
In West eud of eity;
first-class soil, all undercut ivation: small
house, woodshed nnd outbuildings; well and
pump; unnd fence. Thia is a sacrifice, as own*
er is about tolcavecity. Terms.
$1500
bouse, woodshed mid 0
pump; itood fence. Thi
er is about tolcavecity
$15,000
._■ !■    .■_ 1    !__,._■)_._- I..1.
—ISOOOcaih, bailee terms. One
heid hotels in
the business cen
.re of Grand Polks {now doing a profitable
blislue&st owner desires to remove to the
const. This Is the best bargain in this pnrt
or the province, as tliere are hut seven hotel
licenses in the (irand b'orks. ''Ity Is growing
rapidly.   Soother town in southern  llritish
Columbia has «* bright future prospects.
For further information re
garding the above properties
call or address
THE EVENING SUN, GRAND FORKS, B.C.
Application for Transfer of Liquor
License
NOTICE is hereby given that 1
will at the next regular meeting
of the Board of License Commissioners for the City of Granrl Fork"
make application for the transfer of
the retail retail liquor license held by
nie in respect of the Colin Hotel, in
the said City of Grand Korks, from
myself to Charles E. Peterson and
Gus Eastman.
Dated  at Grand  Forks, B.C., May
3rd, 11)10.
p. D, Mcdonald.
To the License Commissioners   for the
City uf Qroi.lt Korks.
LAND ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
fale Land Dlltrlot, UUtrlot of Similkameen.
takk, NOTICK that Walter Gery, ol Bran-
1 (Inn, Man,.ioooilpatlotl KurmiT, intends to
u|i]ilv lor permission to purohase the follow.
ini:described lands:
Commend ml at i, post planted on t he
Kontli bouutlary uf Lot 8418. ami aliout ten
I'lialtis norih ot tho N.1V. corner of Lot 747 on
Biff Uheep Oreekt thenee went 160 ohalinii
thenoe south tfohahut thenoe east .iirhuhia;
tiirrin' north -iichiilim; theHoeeastSOohatnit
thenee north 20ehaim to pofnt ofoommeuoe'
ment.
WALTER OBBr, Applicant.
Hv .1. tt Cranston, His Agent.
Ilatt-il this Utn iln) of Maroll, mi".
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The Sun job department still
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out, Oonventeutly loooted
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y=~a     Orand Forks, B. L
LAND   ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
Tale Land Dlstrlct.jpistrlot ol Slrallkaraeon.
TAKK notioe that f, alupss BUen Paulson,
of Rnsslautl, 8, ('.. oacupatloti Wife. Intends io apply for permission tu purohaxe
the followluff.dtaorlbed landsi
Commencing at a post i>li»nu><l nt tlie
southwest comer of .Ijihh's Minor's pre*pmp-
tton, bot ii:i:is.,on Deep Greek; thenoe mirth
80 chains) thenoe west 20 ohains i thence south
20 ohains; thenee weMi 4<i nhslns! thenoe
couth 2n chains; thenoe east AO ohains to thin
point nf commencement
AGNBSS iibl.KN PAULSON.
J. K.Cniiislim, Agent.
Dated May Kith, 1901.
AS YOU LIKE IT
LAND   ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
Yale Land District, District of Similkameen,
TAKK NOTICK that I,Thomas Henrv Paul-
I son of Paulson, R, C, occupation Merchant. Intends to apply for permission to
purchase tbe following desorlbed hinds:
Commencing at a post planted about sixty
ohains northeast of the northwest corner nf
Miller's  pre-emption,   '.ot   1181 S„ on  Deep
CreeK: thence east -IH ohains; t In-nee  north
40 chuins; tbence wesl 20 chain-;; thence nortli
80 chains! thence west 4ii chninsi   thence
tilth 80 chains; thence en«t 2" chains; thence
mill 10 chains to point of  commencement.
THOMAS HENRY PAULSON.
J. U. Cranston, Agent.
Dated May nth, 1010.
Evan the honest pretzel is crooked,
Most luiruiful truths are innocently
told.
No borrower  can   afford   tu hilve
stage fright.
A compliment that isn't   exaggerated seldom makes a hit.
The uncertainties of the strenuons
life   make it interesting.
A   fine   crop   nf   suspicion can be
grown from a uud and a wink.
And many a politician   makes   his
mark  only by   throwing  mud.
After   burying   the   hatchet, some
men   go out  and dig up an ax.
If you would please  your   friends,
keep your troubles under   cover.
A man who has a funny   story  always on tap is iiis own worst euerny,
The man with  a   noble aim in life
isn't always shooting off   his  mouth.
CERTIFICATE OF   IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE
June Minora)  Claim, si tun to in the Grand
Fork.- Minim- Division nf Vale District,
Whom l.mileil: I,, Brown's Camp.
TAKR NOTICB thai I, Albert B. Swan, Free
■ Minors' CcrtMciite No. 86712B, intend, sixty
days from date hereof, to apply to Iho.Mlulnc
Rec Trier for a Owilliiciitool Improvements, for
ihe purposo of obtaining orown grants of the
ibovu claim
And further tnke mitteo   that notion, under
lection 87, must he commenced before tne Isbu-
nice of suoh Certificate of Improvements.
Duted at Grand Forks. B.C., this 4th   duv ol
June, A. I). 1010
ALBERT E. SAVAGE.
Downey's Cigar Store
a coMpj.ETH Stock of
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Fresh Consignment of
Confectionery"
Received Weekly.
Postoffice   Building
LAND ACT
FORM   OF   NOTICE
J ynle Und Distrlot, District <if Similkameen,
I taKK notice tlmt St in C. Joiioft, of Coleman,
I ■ Alta., occupation Miner, intends to ap-
i ly for puriii.xi.ion to piiruhane ihe following
;desL'Hhed lauds:
oiiimunciii' at a |iosl planted about B0
Lins east oi the MMithi'n-i corner uf Lot
Iln in--, mi 1'iM'p Oreekj and on llm eolith side of
lthe Went Kootenai I'ower A Light Uom-
1/putty's rtgtt uf way;.theuce west along the
I W.K.I*. & L. Co.'s right of way 6u chalnx;
[ tin -nre south 20 eliains; thonoe east t>o oliaiust
I thenoe norih 20 chains to the point of oom-
Imi'uceiuent.
sT,^N,<;■J°NBS, Applicant.
.!. K. Criuist HIlAiieut.
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Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
Regulations
IN THE COUNTY COURT HOLDEN AT
GRAND FORKS
IN   PROBATE
\ J OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
;\ tlmt on the 28rd flay of May,
1910, it wns ordered by His
Honor Judge Brown thnt A. 0. Sutton, Publio Administrator', be administrator of nil and lingular the estate
of Patrick Moran, late of Deep Creek,
B.C., deceased, intestate. Every person indebted to said estate is required
to make payment forthwith to the undersigned, and every person having in
possession effects belonging to said estate is required forthwith to deliver
same over to the undersigned.
Every creditor 01 other person having any claim upon or interest in the
distribution of the estate of deceased
is required before tbe 1st day of July,
1910, to send by registered letter, ad-
Iressed to the undersigned, bis name
aud address aud full particulars of his
claim or interest, and a statement of
his account, verified by .Statutory
Declaration, and the nature ofjthe security (if any) held by him.
After the said 1st day of July the
administrator will proceed with tbe
administration of the estate, having
regurd to those claims only of which
he shall then have had notice.
Dated at Grand Forks, B.C., the
26th May, 1810.
,A. C. SUTTON-,
Official Administrator,
Grand Forks, B.C.
The Miner
The old prospector finds the claim,
Tlie surveyor he marks the same,
Aud the carpenter he builds  the gal*
lows frame,
And the teamster hauls the coal,
The foreman tells 'em tlu way to do,
The engineer hoists a cage or two,
But listen to this I'm a-telling you—
It's the miner that digs the hole!
Colonel—another bowl !
I'm dry as a roasted soul;
I've had to choke
Ou powder smoke,
My teeth are full of tke rock   I've
broke,
For 1 am one poor son-of-a-gun,
A miner who digs the hole !
When the Lord first planted the  copper ore,
lie said: "I'll pack it away in store
Where nobody' 11 get it out no more,
Unless he's a human mole."
But he reckoned without   the   miner
man,
Who isn't built on the regular plan,
Aud so, since the blooming earth   began,
The miner he digs the hole !
Colonel—another bowl !
My tongue is black as coal;
Aud my ears still sound
With that tall ot ground
That nearly caught ine   the second
rouud,
For I'm classed with the boys   who
blast—
The minors who dig the hole.
Hu must work in the gas  and see in j
the dark,
The music he hears   is   the air drill's
bark;
It isn't no "picnic in the park,''
It isn't no cinch he's stole, Furniture Mnde  to Order.
He's carpenter, plumbei, 11.11 -hiiiisi - A|S(. RepnjPjnx ,,f Hj| Rinds.
ye* Upholstering  Neatly  Doin
ANY available Dominion Lands within tlio
Ruilwuy Belt of British Columbia may be
liomesteaded by any person who is tlie head
af u family. <>r any male over eighteen years
of aire, to the extent of one-quarter  section
of ici) aeres, more or less.
Kutry must he made personally at the local
land offloe for the district in whioh the land
is situate.
Tlie homesteader is required to perform
the conditions connected therewith  under
tie of the following plans:
(I) At least six mouths' residence upon antl
cultivation of the land in eaeh year for three
years.
CD If the father (or mother, tf the father in
deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a
farm lu the vicinity of the land entered for.
the requirements as to residence may he satisfied hy such person residing with the father
or mother.
(H) If the settlor lias Ids permanent residence upon far mine lnnd  owned   hy   him in
the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence muy be satisfied by
residence Upon the said land .
Six mouths' notice in writing should he
Blven the Commissioner of Dominion Lands
at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Ooal—Coal mining rights mav he leased
for a period of twenty-one years ut an annual rental of H.M per aere. Not more than
2,li6(iaores shall he leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at tho rate of five cents
per ton shall be collected on the merchantable eoal mined,
W.W.CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of tho Interior.
N.B.-Unauthorized   publication of   this
advertisement will not lie paid for.
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PICTURES
AND PICTURE FRAMING
A sort ot surveyor, loo, 1 ^ucss:
A little of everything, more or It
Tlm miner who digs the hole !
r. McCutcheon
IIK5I STREET. NEAR CITY HALL
aty?Emntimj§uu
Colone|- -aiiother bowl .'
I'm t'at with my pay tlay roll
Willi rent rimI surii
it ain'I id iniit'h,
Bub I'm glad I'm   walking without
,t efuteli ! Print* mnn' livp boundary news than
For I am oue pooraon-of a-gun, "".'   uther  paper  publiahed   in   the
A miner who digs the Hole ! diatriet.    The   price of Tin; Sun in
only $1.00 per year -one-half theco_>t
There's the tire to light and the "min „f ,,. Com|ietitoi..   The Son ia never
erscon, ,,,,  the  fence regarding questions of
Kiekety ladders to step upon, |m|,]j,.   interest.     Tin:   Son   is   ac-
A   missed   hole found—and a miner kuowleclgcd to I of the brightest
J.0111', papers published   in   ilie interior ol
And you'll hear the uhurcli bell toll, ,|„. province.    Those  who  subscribe
Rut hell!—we've got to make her pay, ,„„|  f„.i  dissatisHed, will  have their
And we get our three and a half a day, money refunded by calling at thoolHcs
.So have anothef on me, | say! ,,t' publication.
Vou miners who dig in tlie hole ! The Kvi.vim; Su.v and theToronto
....         .1111 Weekly  Globe and  Canudu  Parmer,
Colonel—another bowl : _,,,,•
i,         ,            a,,, -VI .nil per ve;ir in uihiinee.
aeaved a our nnal goal ■ .,,'..•       ,...
.,,,                     , I in: l.viAiNo   SON,  lhe   \\ innip."'
I he mines are hot, ...   . ,   ,.     u           . .,   .      .. '
......     n     ,        . Wiei.iv \, ree lress and Prairie rurni-
But they re all we ve got, •          ,.                       ,
.    | ,,      ..j,,,.,        ,,,           iii, er   nml   the   .Moutrea  I'limilv   lento
And they Kill lust it while, its   111;■■
its not,
.Vinl we ure the ones—poor son-of
EXPRESS, DRAYING
AND ALL KINDS OF KAliLINU
Furniture Moving a Specialty.
All orders receive dronipt attention.
PETER '  I IANSEN
Hotel Pko> ince.
li^_^?fc»^^w*
COLUMBIAN    COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER.
3. C.
and Weekly .Star, 83,00   per   year  in
advance.
The ininet's who dig the hole ! Tin-: Sin is read  by everybdy  be
—Saturday livening Post,      cuuse it | nnta all the boundary news
llorolvf, both Laillei and Oentlemnt, bi r,. ■
.l.'iii or day itildeuU: hn*i imiletoC -
in.Ti'iul ,,r  Builnen Cotlrsot prepare* *,,t-
i ,le, i train    Teachers' CertlllcalM of nil
! trradesiirlvolthfl four years' eourie for n,e
H. A. degree,aud the Hrtl )mrol the Sahool
of Seieoco oourie, lit afHllatloii with tlo- T,,-
: routoUnlverilty; imi i, ipcolal i,rosi„.<.o,r_-
. roio.' fur miners win, work lu II C ln.tr	
tton is alsofflven In Art. .Mush-. Physical Cut*
no,' nn,I Elocution.   Term opens Sept. ll,
. IW...  Kor Calendars.etc., address
COLUMBIAN i uI.i.kiik.
Vmi might us well try to reach
the orb ol day by «;ilkin_: on n nun-
liemii as to attempt t" reach Thc Sun
reaileis by advertising in nny other
medium, Silence!
The instinct of modesty natural to every woman is often a
(treat hindrance to the cure of womanly diseases. Women
shrink from the personal questions of the local physician
which seem indelicate. The thought of examination is abhorrent to them, and so they endure in silence a condition
of disease which surely progresses from bad to worse.
It has been Dr. Pierce's privilege to cure a
Great many women who have found a ret arte
[or modesty In his ofter ot Flint: consultation by letter.    Till  correspondence is held
as sacredly confidential.   Address Dr. It. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, /,/. Y.
Dr.  Pierce's Favorite Prescription  restores   and   regulates
tlie womanlv functions, ahoiv.hes   pain   and   builds up. nnd
of   health   on   every weak woman
the finishinji
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T-->ak Women Strong,
.   omen Weil.
secret nostrum as a substitute
. .. u: I..NUA.M COMPOSITION.
PIERRE OF THE PLAINS:
•ii seen in thn opera home fc rniny
mtlis, s.tvs   the  New   Westminster
'•Pierreof the Plains" is one of thel News     T tctint; of Harold Nelson.
best, if not the Im st, shows that  havo I who portrayed the   parr of   a Frenoh
HAROLD NELSON IN "PIERRE OK THE PLAINS."
BOUNDARY    ORE    SHIPMENTS
The  following table gives the ore
f„i 1905, 1806 and for the past week:
(iranby Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe, Phoenix	
Mother I.ode, Dcndwood	
H. C. Mine, Snmmit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Jackpot	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, I'hoenix.
Idaho, I'hoenix	
Rawhide, I'hoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Hose, Summit	
Athelstan	
Senator, SummitCamp	
M unison, I lend wooi 1	
Sulphur King,Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Riverside	
Carmi, West Fork	
Sully, West Kork	
Rambler, West Kork	
Butcher Boy, West Kork	
Duncan	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, (ireenwood	
Striitlituorc, Providence	
Qolden Eagle	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Lust Chance, Skvlark Camp	
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp...
Bay. Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
Dun Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Republic,Boundary Kails	
Golden Eagle	
shipments of   Boundary mines
1907 1909    Ptwt Week
fil3,537 1,067,983       21,118
180,001 170,360         2,070
208,821 350,433          7,500
1,712 	
18.271   	
14,181 8,1)53            322
032
half-breed, who, although educated,
and iu every sense of the term a
Strong man, hud been kept below his
proper sphere in life by prejudice and
unfortunate parentage, was splendid.
He did nut overdo his dialect, but his
costume was a little unusual for the
Canadian prairie, where the scenes
were supposed to take place How
Pierre mastered seemingly insurmountable obstacles and killed several
j men to help the girl he loved, was
' told in the play without the audience
betng aware that anything particularly me udraiuatio was being enacted,
"Inch is itself a feat tn he proud of,
The oilier suu- of the play, Miss Grace
Johnson, who acted the part of the
heroine, who found that she loved the
right man at the right tiine.acted well
a difficult part, and won rounds of applause hv her artful, simple efforts,
She forebure front hysterics, which
shun.d win bet' lusting fame in an ago
uf dramatic shrieks and suits. The
finer parts nf the piece were somewhat, spoiled liy the use of the orchestra tn accompany all tne thrilling
passages. The music was all right,
but entirely un necessary. Altogether,
the show was remarkably pond and
tliose who we,-e unfortunate enough tt,
be absent probably, missed the best
show  nf the season.
PERSONAL
Martin Bunell, MP., left on Tuesday for Kamloops, from which point
he will accompany the Laurier  party
to Nelson.
Miss Edith F. Gilmour, who has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. .1. C.
Taylor, for a couple of months, returned to Vancouver un Tuesday.
160 ACRES IN FRANKLIN CAMP
2,500,00 feet nf commercial
timber nn property) $fiU0 hewn
log house; North Pork runs
through land: Kettle Valley line
survey crosses property; deerl
clear. $875 cash, balance terms.
For further particulars apply
SUN OFFICE
HOTEL    PROVINCE
Bridge Street,
GRAND FORKS, B. C
The   best* and    most
uubttttiiitiiil five-proof
lniUiHiitf Intlie Boiiu-
tlnrj country. Ite-
oentl,v completed mid
newly furnitdied
thronu limit. Equipped «itl. all modern
electrical conveniences, Centrally »i>-
cated. t'irst-cliiss ao-
umnmodatiopsfor the
ravelling public.
Hot and Gold Hat lis
Firsl-Class Bar, Pool
and   Billiard  Rooms
in Connection.
EMIL   LARSEN,   PROP.
Printi ti:
1
We are prepared to do all kinds of
Commercia 1   Printing
On the shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style
BECAUSE
43,296
12,'263
64,173
31,270
31,258
10,740
3.802
.5.10
120
(H9
"96
(IB
40
700
20
66
(iO
We have the most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
40
WE PRINT
160
390
224
30
Billheads and Statements,
Letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates and Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Cards,
Lodge Constitutions and By-laws,
Shipping Tags, Circulars and Placards,
Bills of Fare and Menu Cards;
Announcements and Counter Pads,
Wedding Stationery,
And everything turned out in an
, Up-to-date Printery.
_Pn._fin PDIlMTIlMfii-1,'° kinrJ  we ('"—is '"   itse"  ""
vlV.'UL' rRILl 1ILIVI   advertisement, and a trial order
will convince you that our stock and workmanship are of
tbe best.     Let us estimate on vour order.    We guarantee
satisfaction.
20
Total, tons     1,148,237    1,598,716
31,042
Smeller Treatment-
Granby Smelter	
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter	
Dominion Copper Co.'s .Smelter	
037,020 1,042,887 20,050
341,952 341,270 8,762
153,4.1!)          •  	
Total Treated      1,133,017     1,384,107
28,812
We
The Oliver Typewriter
for 17 Cents a Day!
Please rend ttie lieadline'over again. Then its
tremendous utmilfleanoo will inwn upon yon
An Oliver Typewriter—tho standard visible
writer—the most highly per. ted typewriter
mi tlie market—yours fur 17 cents    tiny!
The typewriter whose conquest ol the commercial world Is a matter of nlstor —yours ior
n cents a dayi
The typewriter that is equipped with seores of
such aotiveuieneoB us "The Bnlanou shift"—
"The Killing Device"—"The Double Release""
•'The Locomotive Base"— -Tlie Auioraotfa
Spacer"—"The Automatic Tabulator"—••The
Dlfiappeariitff indicator"
-"The Adjustable I'n-
"I'hf
ei-
loused Key-
Yours for  17
Gents a Day!
-  We atiounoed   ihis
new Bali's plan recently, just to fuel ihe pulse of
the people     Kim ply h small   cash   payment —
then 17 oents a day. That Is the plan iu a nutshell.
The result has been Riioh u deluge of application! ior machines thm we are simply tis-
lounded.
The demand comes irom people of all classes,
all ages, all occupations.
Tne majority ol Inquiries lias eome from  pco-
lc of known liiiniiehii siaiKiintf who wore attracted by the novelty of the propos. 'on. An
impressive demonstration of thn Immense popularity of the ullver Typewriter
A Btartling confirmation of our belief that
ihe Bra of Universal Typewriting Is at baud..
A  Quarter  of a Million People
are Making Money with
TJ)e.
OLIVER
• ***
The Standard Visible Writer
Tho Ollvor Typewriter Is h money-makei
right from tlio word "go!" Snemyto run that
tJOKiiiiien aiongct in ihe "expert''clan   Korn
h»voii learn.   Let tin hlne i ny lhe 17 bents
n iliiv-iinil nil above tlmi |a yours
Wherever you ere, there Is work to bo d mo
nnd money to bo mode by ihImr the ullver. The
diimiuw world Is calling for Oliver operators.
I here arc not e gh to supply tho Somalia:
I heir salaries are considerably above tliose ol
manyacifl8sesoi workers.
An Oliver Typewriter in Every Home!
That Is the battle cry today. ,Ve have made
hopilvor.siipreiueln usefulness ond absolutely
indispensable in busiuess. Now ramies the 0611
• inesl in the homo,
The simplicity nml Blrength ofthe Oliver lit ll
for family use.   Ii is 1 omlng on Important
factor lu the imine tracing or young po 0.
A11 educator ns wel I ns 11 iiii,nev inakor
Our new selling plan puts tlio Oliver mi the
threshold pf every borne In Ainerlon. win von
0 oso nie door of your home or oltlco on this re-
marknbtc Oliver offer?
Write for further details of our easy oiler nnd
a rrcecopy 01 tbo new Ollvorcatalogi  Aijfross
The Oliver Typewriter Company,
Oliver Typewriter Biilldlti:
CHICAGO. ILL.
g.
W. G. CHALMERS
Always Carries in Stock
a Fresh Supply of,'
FRUITS, CANDIES, TOBACCOS
AND CIGARS
Ice Cream  and  Summer Drinks
COR. BRIDGE ANollRST STREETS]
Palace Barber Shop]
Kaior Hotilnc a Specialty.
Grand Forks Sun
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietoi1|
1st Door North of Granby Hotel,;
First Struct.
DRAYING
Heavy mul Liglit Dray Work
Attended to Promptly, Pus-
sengers and Trunks to and
from all trains.
Tei.ki'iionk AIl'I)
GRAND  FORKS TRANSFER COMPAN]
KuTiiKitFoiii)  Hitos., Props.
60  YEARS'
'EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks ,
Designs     I
Copyrights 4c. •
Job Department
BOUNDARY   DIVIDKNDS.
-HIVIDBNU8-
Authorized _--shaker-^      Paid   Total to   Latest     Per
Nam* of Company. Capital.   Issued. Par.      Mgaw^ •flSSftfan t&^&HiSSfS
Granby QonwHdated-pppper...$15,^t0W, J35/HW $100 11,620,000 tt.MBgM gjg. «gj ?3;!J{
' 88.224 Sept. 1906
Providence—Sliver
200 000       81000      $5 16,000
1*011, Copper-Copper','.'.'.'.'.'.'...'.'    8,000,01)0    .ftOS.OOU      #5
201,200 Sept. llHtl
Anyone lending a nketeli nnd description masB
quickly ascertain onr opinion froo whether ai||
IrTeiitlon iBprobnl.lytmteiitnMa
_■ opinion froo
..  ./patentable. Communis
tlnMrtrlctlyrnnildcutlul. HAKDBOOKonPatenl
•ent free. Oldest agencyforaocuriugpatenta.   _
I'ntcnta takoa through Munn & Co. lecelwi
tnecial notice, w ithoat chnrue, la tM
$«fic American.!
A hnndsomoiy Illustrated weekly. Largest ctil
cuIatioD ot any pc.omi'iu jounml. Terms foi
Caimdu, 80.76 u year, postage prepaid. Sold bl
«U nqymie.,,,e"'. |
.^yG9ileJB«.*«r.fhvYn|f
"Branch Ot&c* M y Bt,, WasblDgtco, 7). C.

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