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legislative Libr»ry ~r)
f,        i   IXh
Ninth Year—No. 45
Grand Forks, B. C, Saturday. September 10, 1910.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
Substantial Grant Matte by
the Government for the
is to he slanting, put in before the
[air or not. Messrs. Clark, Morrison
nnd Hay were appointed a committee to confer with the directors of
the Athletic association regarding
this matter.
A meeting of the directors of the
Grand Forks Agricultural association was held in the city hall on
Thursday evening.
A. E. Craddock, secretary of the
Provincial Fairs association, in a letter to the association, stated that a
grant of $851 had heen apportioned
to the Grand Forks fail fair this
year, and that the department had
appointed T. Edwards, of Victoria,
as judge of the poultry exhibit, and
M, S. Middleton, of Nelson, as judge
of the fruit display. Mr. Craddock
offered tbe association any assistance he could give which might
help to make the first fair in this
city a success. The secretary was
instructed to acknowledge the receipt
of the letter, with thanks, and to
request tbat all blank,forms required
to conduct tbe fair be forwarded to
'he association here, and if the department did not have these, to wire
the secretary where they could be
The committee appointed to interview the ladies' societies of the
Presbyterian und Holy Trinity
churches in regard to serving refreshments in the rinks, made their
report, which wns accepted. The
ladies of the English church would
have nothing to do with the matter,
since the ladies of Knox church
had advertised to hold their annual
dinner during the fair. The present
plans of the Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian church would not interfere
with anyone who might desire to
serve refreshments in the rinks.
The chairman of the grounds committee reported thut the race track
is now in excellent condition.
The secretary was instructed to
write to the department of agriculture antl request that an expert
apple packer be sent to this city to
give practical demonstrations during
the two days of the fair.
The secretary was voted a salary
of 8100 till the business of the fair
haB been settled.
The secretary was instructed to
request the manager of the 15. ('.
Telephone coinpany to place a phone
in tho skating rink for use during
the fair.
F, Clark reported that satisfactory
arrangements had been made whereby J. 1). Honsberger would assist
Thomas Powers in collecting the
district exhibit for the Nelson fair.
F. Clark reported that the directors of tbe Athletic association were
about ready to let a contract for additions to the skating rink. These
included a Klxl7(i-foot lean-toon
the south side, which would contain
seats for spectators at winter sports,
and an addition at tho west side,
Kiix70 feet and two stories in
height. The partition in the waiting room in the east end of building
would also be removed, thus leaving
one large room. He thought with
these additions and alterations there
would be ample room to place all
the exhibits in one building. The
lean-to is intended for the poultry
exhibit, and he desired to know if
the directors wanted the iloor, which
An Erroneous Report
Editor Evening Sun.
Tokonto, Sept. 5.—A few days
ago, while I was in Toronto, I was
invited by a friend to spend the
afternoon on the bay in his gasoline
launch, and did so, and when I returned to my boarding-house I was
informed that Grand Forks had been
completely wiped out by forest fires.
I said that such a thing was impossible, as there were no large forests
in the immediate vicinity of Grand
Forks. I found, however, that all
the evening papers made the statement that Grand Forks had been
entirely swept out of existence.
I went down town to the offices of
the three morning papers—the
Globe, Mail and Empire, and World
to contradict the report. I went to
the Globe office first, and was shown
the dispatch. I knew at once from
the wording that Three ForkB was
meant, and told tbem so. They said
they, would put the matter right,
and the dispatch was given correctly
in all the morning papers. The editor of the Mail and Empire not only
gave the correct dispatch, but appended a note stating that an erroneous report had been circulated
in the evening papers, and that it
was impossible that any harm could
ever come to Grand Forks from forest
The evening papers, however,
never contradicted the report previously given out by them, and as
tbey have a very large circulation
throughout Ontario, the belief of
many persons in different parts of
the province is that Grand Forks no
longer exists. I have been asketl
repeatedly if anything escaped the
Barnes. The circulation of this report did harm to Grand Forks, as
then; are many persons wbo would
be afraid to go to live in a place sub
ject to danger from forest fires.
John Simpson.
Labor  Day  Celebrated by
Large Excursion Party
From Oity
John Connors, a recent arrival in
the city from  Keremeos,   ransacked
the rooms at the   Pacific   hotel   on
Wednesday   and   got   away with a I EleCtAC  Light Meters Being
watch, safety razor and  a few other
City Solicitor Sutton lefl today for
Nelson, where he will present the
eity's case against the Kettle Valley
Railway company hefore the railway
commissioners, who have tbeir opening sitting on Monday next.
li. S. Cook, who has been acting
teller at the Hoyal bank in this city
for a short time, has been transferred
to Victoria, anil will leave for that
city next Monday.
James Anderson, one of the pioneer hoiel men of (irand Forks ur-
rived in the city on Thursday front
Viotorh ou a business trip.
G. M. Fripp, mananer of the
Boundary Trust it Investment company, returned borne on Saturday
irom Payette, Idaho.
O. Dem Uth left this week for
Montreal, where he will take, a
course in medicine at McGill university.
J. A. McCalluin, city clerk, returned home on Thursday from a
month's vacation trip to tbe coast
The Labor day celebration at the
Christina hotel at the lake was attended by a large crowd of people
from this city and Phoenix. A
special excursion train of five coaches landed the excursionists at the
lake at 11 a.m., and from that time
until the train started on its return
journey, at 19:30 o'clock, the interest in the splendid program of sports
was well sustained. The lake was
rather rough, but not enough so to
mar the aquatic contests. Ample
provisions bad been made at the
hotel to feed the vast throng of
The following were the prize
winners in the program of sports:
Marathon Race—Grand Forks to
Christina hotel, 17 miles, $5 entrance fee, two entries; prize 850.
Won by Joe Madore, of Phoenix.
Single Sculls—First prize, pipe,
donated by Fred Downey, won by
Elmer Ness; second prize, tie, donated by Clark Bros., won by H.
Double Sculls—First prize, keg ol
beer, donated by G. F. Brewery
won hy Hamilton and Barrett; second prize, two boxes of cigars, donated by F. Russell and M. Frankovitch, won by Matthews and Broatl.
Double Sculls, Mixed—First prize,
50-lb. sack of flour, donated by N.
L. Mclnnes & Co, won by Mr. and
Mrs. C. Sandners; second prize, to
be selected from A. S. MoKira's
store, won by Geo. Traunweiser and
Miss Haverty.
Obstacle Race—First prize, pocket
knife, donated by Heron & Miller,
won by C. Fra«er.
Greasy Pub'—First prize, ham,
donated by P. Hums it Co., w in by
II. Broad; second prize, layer cake,
donated by O. K. bakery, won by
C. Roney.
Tilting Contest—First prize, razor, donated by Mann's drug store,
won by II. Broad.
Canoe Race—First prize, pipe,
donated by W. C. Chalmers, won
by II. Mann.
Swimming Under Water—First
prize, inkstand, donated by II. E,
Woodland, won by Thomas Mills
and N. McLeod (tie)
Swimming Race—First prize, 18-
gal: keg of beer, donated by Columbia brewery, won bv Thomas Mills;
second prize. I year's subscription
to tbe Grand Forks Sun, won by K.
Egg anil Spoon Race Prize to be
selected from Davis' store, won by
Thomas Mills.
Married Men's Race—First prize.
85 worth of barber's work, donated
hy R. Pribilsky, won by II. Dickson.
Fat Men's Race—Prize to be selected from Clark Bros.' store, won
by Chas. Flood.
H.   Dickson   won   the    married
men'B race by a cltiBe shave.
E. Barrett won the Sun's prize by
small articles belonging to the proprietor. While attempting to dispose, of his plunder around the city
he was arrested by Deputy Stack.
At the trial before Judge Cochrane
yesterday he was sentenced to six
months at hard labor in the Nelson
jail. This afternoon Connors escaped from the city lockup by
tearing a hole through the roof of
the building. He was recaptured
at the race track, and will be taken
to Nelson on Monday.
Frank Lathe, employed in the
assay office at the Granby smelter,
in this city, and Miss Annie Smith,
a school teacher of NelBon, were
married at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.  G. Smith,
n Nelson, on Wednesday evening,
Rev. J. P. Westman performing the
ceremony. The couple received
many   costly   gifts.    Mr. and  Mrs.
jathe left for a wedding tour to the
coast cities. On their return, they
will reside in this city.
Installed in Residences.
Routine Business
John Jacobs, the rancher who
was sent to Hot Springs, S. D., by
his friends a couple of months ago
to have an operation performed for
cancer, relurned to the city this
week. The operation was successful,
the physicians at the springs pro
nouncing Mr. Jacobs entirely cured
of cancer before he left for home.
H. W. Gregory returned today
from a month's vacation trip to his
old home in St. John, N.S,
Mr. and Mrs. A. K.   Savage and
daughter   are   spending a week in  l,ei"g '» 'he 8wiln
the North Fork country. !
N. D. Mcintosh made a  business      A geological survey is bein,
trip tojNelson this week. in Deadwood camp.
Mayor Clark and Aid. Follick,
Manly, Rutherford, Smith and
Wolfram weie present at the biweekly meeting of the city council
last Monday evening.
A communication from Heaton's
Agency, soliciting advertising for
their annual, was ordered filed.
A communication was read from
the Grand Forks Agricultural association, asking the council for a donation of 8500 in aid of the fall fair
lo be held in this city on October
4th and 5th. A. B. Hood addressed
the council on behalf of the association, and the mayor, speaking for the
council, assured Mr. Hood that the
city would do wbat it could for the
association. The matter was referred to the finance committee, with
instructions to report at the next
meeting on the funds available for
this purpose.
A communication from Percy
Andrews, asking the council to
grade a hill on __ Btreet near his
ranch, was referred ts the board of
works. Mr. Andrews also drew the
attention of the council to tbe bad
condition of the sidewalk on the
west side of Laurier hall.
The city solicitor asked for instructions regarding the presentation
of tbe city's case against the Kettle
Valley lines before tbe railway commission. The matter was referred to the finance committee and
the city clerk, who weregiven power
to act in the matter.
The chairman of the board of
works reported that a city team bad
been purchased, and that the sidewalk near Laurier hall was in bail
shape, and recommended the tearing up of the same. The report was
The chairman of the water and
light committee reported the arrival
of forty nine electric light meters.
There should have been fifty, but
only forty-nine had been delivered.
The city electrician was at 'present
installing them in residences.
The matter of turning on the
street lights at night was referred to
the city clerk.
The mayor reported that be, together witb Ur. Kingston, E, Miller,
M. P.P., and tbe health and relief
committee, had bail plans prepared
for an isolation hospital at au expense ol' 826, Tlte building complete would cost about 8880, It.
would be a one-story Structure, 22x
2ti feel, and contain four rooms and
a baib.   The matter was referred to
the health and  relief committee utnl
the city clerk.
Peter A. Z. Pare is the proud pos-
se.-ser of lbe only French dog in the
Boundary country.    Tbe intelligent
medal for tbe   best   individual dis- canine puts in its  Sunday  holidays
play of fruit at tbe fall fair to  be bunting frogs in the Kettle river.
held   iu   this   citv   on October-lib „■-,,,,
I he   Hritish   Columbia    ( upper
company produced 571,172   pounds
John McDougail   has   purohased of cepper during July, as compared
II.  B. Curran's general store   in tbe  with -tlS.UH) pounds for June   The
North   addition.    Mr. Curran   will gold and silver values fur lbe month
remove to Now Westminster, where amounted    to   ?42,,348.    The   net
he will engage in the grocery   husi-  profits   were    $11,918,   as   against
,„.s!i, r;|7121 for June.
The case of Farmer vs. Hartinger,
which occupied the attention of
Judge Brown in the county court
for several days last week, was concluded on Wednesday, the plaintiff
being given judgment in the sum of
805 and costs. E. Miller appeared
for the plaintiff and A. C. Sutton for
the defendant. The case of the Gazette Printing Coinpany vs. G. R.
Belton, which has heen argued for
a couple of days, was still unsettled
when court adjourned this evening
until next Tuesday. Miller & Cochrane are for the plaintiffs and A. C.
Sutton for defendant.
The Spokesman-Review on Thursday quoted Jay P. Graves, general
manager of the Granby Consolida
ted, as saying that only four furnaces will be operated at the smelter in this city until (here is an improvement iu the copper market.
The presence in Rossland this
week of William Yolen Williams,
of Spokane, consulting engineer
of the Granby Consolidated, and
W. G. Wooster, of this eity, treasurer
of the same company, prompts
lhe Miner to assert thut the Granby
has leased a number of mining properties in tbat camp. The paper
claims to have definite Information
that a big deal has been consummated.
The Eastern Townships bank bas
offered   a   special    prize  of  a  gold
and 5lb. IHRM        Fl      CprMfC1 ! its annual reunion this vear   at  the .
uuniN    u.   or-iiiNuri Paoiflo h()tel in Greemvood next
(Flir Stinting Bun
Published nt Ornml Forks. BrltUh Columbia
K.litnr iio.l Piiblisb.T
A ll \*> "f this paper oan be seen ut the offloe
or Mesar*. !■;, & j. Hardy A Co., Hn, ai and 82.
Flert Street, K.C.. Loudon. Run-laud, free of
charge, and tlmt firm will he glad to reoetve
iiibnorlMloiifl noil ndvei tispitientj <>u onr be-
One  Yenr      .   ,. $1,50
Due Yetir (In nrivnuce)  1.00
Advertising ruto-t fur*iUh-i I ttn nuj
Legal notices, li) tind I) oentt per tine.
Ail.in'ss all oomuiuutoatlona to
Thk Kveninu Sun,
Phonb B74 Grand Korku, B.O,
SATURDAY, SEPT, 10, 1910
The application of the Grand
Forks Agricultural association to the
city council for a grant of 8500 in
aid of the fall fair, has raised the
question in certain quarters as to
the exact powers of the city government in the matter of making appropriations to public and private enterprises, inside or outside the corporate limits of ..the city. Opinion
on this subject is divergent, and the
council should therefore court the
fullest expression of the wishes of
the ratepayers before final action is
taken. It is rightfully contended
that the fair is promoted for the benefit of the citizens, and if this contention is correct, there should be
no serious objections to the yrant
being made, provided the funds are
available, and it can be made legally
and without curtailing needed civic
improvements. Hut if it is to be
made at the expense of tearing up
tbe sidewalks in sections of the city
not represented in the council, or if
the grant means the stoppage of
permanent public improvements,
then the people who pay the taxes
have a right to enter an objection.
We shall leave this matter to the
decision of the citizens. As for The
Sun, it has always maintained, and
still maintains, tbat the hest publicity work a community ean engage
Thursday, tie loth inst.
Holy Trinity CnuROH,Henry Steele,
Rector—Sunday services: Holv communion, 8:1)0 a.m.; morning prayer
and sermon,   11   a.m.; evensong and
On Monday last a C.P.R. ore train
coming down the hill from Phoenix
began to run away.    George Beattie, sermon, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday  school, .1
the fireman who was   so   badly   in-  I1"1-    First   Sunday   of   the   month
jured   last  Ootober on   the  same
line, jumped off and was cut   about
First Sunday of
holy communion will be celebrated ut
the 11 a.in. service tis well as at 8
a.m. Week-day and special services
tbe head. He will be in the hospi-1^ they are announced from time to
tal for two or three weeks. The bid- time. You are cordially invited to
a'tice of the crew remained on tbe worship with us, and we would be
train and reached Kholt in safety.-  l,le"s'*'1 f" ""'< >'""■
Methodist Oilmen, Rev, Schliebter.—Services next Sunday at 11
a, in. and 7:80 p.m.; Sunday school
und Bible class at 9:45 a.m. Tne
Epworth League of Christian Endeavor
meet every Monday evening at 7:30;
Junior League, Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m.;
mid-week prayer meeting, Wednesdays, iS p.m.    Everybody will be w.el-
Greenwood Ledge
The third car of prunes shipped
from this valley this season left .1.
I). Honsberger's ranch, on the Covert estate, today for Winnipeg.
The third car of  apples shipped
from the Covert estate this season is come.
now ready to start for the east.
The Ladies' Aid of Knox Presbv
terian church will bold their annual dinner during tlie clays of tin
fall fair, October 4th and 5th.
All tbe young people of Knox
Presbyterian church are cordially
invited to an "at home" at tbe
manse on Monday evening, September 12th.
• When a concern becomes mortgaged to the limit, it usually begins
to circulate reports ahout the splendid prosperity it enjoys.
In future The Sun will  be issued
on Fridays instead of Saturdays.
C. 0 Robinson desires to thank
the many friends who have extend-'
ed kindnesses to his family during
the illness of his wife. Mrs. Robinson has now recovered sufficiently to
leave the hospital.
T. A. Love has purchased the
plant, of the defunct Keremeos
Chronicle, and intends to issue the
Pboenix Pioneer this week.
Tbe Robinson & Lequime Lumber company, of this city, have sold
one million feet of lumber to the
Kettle Valley railway for delivery at
The opening sitting of the railway
commission in Nelson will be held
on Monday, the 12th inst.
Knox Presbyterian Chuucii—
Sabbath services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.
in.; Sabbath school and Bible class at
9:45 a.m. All are cordially invited.
Seats free. Itev. M. D. McKee, pastor.
Baptist Chuucii, Rev. H. W.
Wright, pastor.—Services on Sunday
at 11 a. in. and 7:30 Sp. m.; Bible
class and Sunday school   at 2:30 p.m.
Mining Stock Quotations
New] Yokk, Sept. 9. —The follow-
ing are today's opening quotations for
the stocks iitentijited:
Asked.        Bid
GranbyConsolidated.    38 00   32 00
B. C. Copper       0 50     4 50
Bicycles and Repair Work—A
complete line of 1910 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo. W. Cooper, Winnipeg
Augustine, infant son of Mr. and
in is to beautify its environs and to [Mrs. Baylon, died in this city on
make public   improvements.     The |Sunday last.    The funeral was held
Monday   afternoon     from   the
world has contracted to such a small
size of recent yiars tbat it is no
longer possible lo hide the beautiful
and the meritorious from its alert
A year ago today the government
rain gauge was installed on Cooper
brothers' ranch, south of the city,
and during the past twelve months
the total precipitation of moisture
was 11.(19 inches. As thc rainfall
during past year has been unusually
small, there is no doubt that this
amount is far below normal. It is
safe to say that tbe average during
ordinary seasons will be over 12
inches. And a precipitation of 12
inches, according to the best expert"
on "dry farming," is sufficient
moisture to grow fruit without irrigation.
ittholic church.
A consignment of Hurlbut's Imperial   Vellum   wedding stationery,
with double envelopes, just received
at The Sun job office.
James McArdle returned yesterday from a three weeks' vacation
trip to the coast cities.
Roy Curran returned this week
from a three weeks' vacation trip to
the coast cities.
Miss M. Gaw will leave on Monday for a month's visit with friends
in Spokane.
David Whiteside, barrister, made
a professional visit to Greenwood
tbis week.
Mrs. X. Baker anil child are visiting friends in Greenwood,
Mrs.. J. C Arnold will leave
Spokane next Monday.
Idle Money
It you have a few hundred
or a few thousand dollars
that is idle, yon can put It to
work earning; you good inter-
esl by placing a Money to
Loan Ad. in our Classified
Want Columns.
People with gilt-edge collateral often require ready
cash unit wi" pay good Interest for It. Hut your money
tO tt'Dl!_.
A Dollar  Goes a
Long Way
when' you buy' your supplies at our market; we
sell you choice, prime cuts
of beer, mutton, lamb, 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
S»*      r* •    r     W/iy not gt
Hap   It   qUlCk   permanentpk
of some   ot
get   a
f picture
     _.    the
beautiful things in this district?   If you
with you there are many things you can get in
this way. Let us show you the Kodak Line
6c   CO.if
NEEDLKWORK wmiti.il t ii dost home,
on Mr.. Win   Keron, Second ftri'et.
Goon PASTURAGE for cattle dose to oity:
sufe faucet iilitt wince ot feril.   I-'or terms
apply to .loliii Hammer, l-'onith of .inly oreek.
WA NTBD—Situation as janitor or bartender.   Address W.  J.. Ofiiieriil  Delivery,
Grnnd Forlta, II. C.
rtlRNiSHBD ROOMS-Apply Mm. B.Oran
fird.    .
IIVEHTISINH SPAOU in The Siin.tlie most
wideb read newspupi r in the Kettle Vol-
TYPKWKITKK-Dllveri   new.
I    otfioe.
Apply Sim
I    Lion
I Intuitu. Worlm.
Nelson   liner    Mle.
BAliX AND HOUSE-The Forrester barn.
lots aud house, In Ooliinililii.   Apply. 1. H.
I AllliK BOTTLE Port Wine 7'io,
L   tlliiK Worki.
In the Estate of Wassil Kiszkoin, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against the late
Wassil Kiszknin, who died on the
Kith day of February, 1910, at Grand
Forks, B.O.,, are requested to send by
post, prepaid, or deliver to tbe un
dersigned, solicitors for the above estate, their names and addresses and
full particulars in writing of their
olaims and statement of their accounts
and the nature of securities (if any)
held bv them.
And take notice, that afier the 1st
day of July, HMO, the executor will
proceed to distribute the assets of the
deceased among the persons entitled
thereto, having regard only to the
claims of whicli they shall have had
Dated this 20th day of May, A.D.
Eckstein Bldg., Fernie, B. C.     '
Solicitors for Executors.
First-class work in every branch
of tlte business. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Let us submit estimates on work.
QIPYpirQ A full line of high-
DIU I ULCO grade 1910 models
of wheels.    Sundries and repairs
of all kinds.
Winnipeg    Avenue
Builderd Architect
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
City and Suburban
aft* 0\mm 0k\ -175X17.-. FT. LOT between
C lf(%n S'coii.U.ui Thl-d streets,
J|»l.lliB just all.ivi-JiidirU I-camy's
^T W* ^mw **\\w and K. Gaw s |.1oopb; separated from ull »»tber properties by 20*'t,
liuif: a* larite as leveti or eight ordinary lots.
adjoin I (iff lots lire worth $I>(); would nuthe
nice home, with sufficient ground for olilek*
ens. fruit, imrdeu und lawn; most desirable
locution in city.
Winnipeg    Avenue
PHONE   18
Parties Intending to build wl.l do well to con
suit mc.
35   ..('ItliS   lldjoinllu.
city limits nn   Hilltli:
14 acres oleiireili l-r»ti
fruit Hoes: new four-
l.ollso:   liiirn   f'>r six    horses;   linrse,
liiu'iry.iluiililii harden titnl turniiiii. imiile
nienti,  All tor 18200,  Bony tenm.
nml throe li.ts within
one blnok ul husluess
oentret lawn, simile
fruit 'roes, herry l>iisli<>«. Inrirnitfiritcii.
W III lllsn null flirilltltre  uf linii.-i.  If  ll_.nlr.nl.
Oiifl-lilUf oath, lull ii term..
LAND—ltln aorei (.mid timothy Inml.
llil, offloe.
Metal Quotations
Tho board of trade ia fitting up the
Sheads   hu Iding  on  Bridge street,
formerly   occupied  hy   the   Royal j    Xl!W Yl,HK>  's"l»t- 9.—Silvor, 53Jj S
,    i ,        ,        i.   i   ' standard copper, $11.75(312 10 iluii
bank, as permanent quarters,   Desks i    - " • " '■
SPACE fur uilverti.itii;   purpos s   in  The
PKl'lAI. (11,1) POUT SI per ku1I.ii..
Mottling Worlm.
Loniion, .Sept.  11.—Silver, 24 11-Kit
have heen placed in the  room, and heacj £12 Us 3d
fruit and mineral exhibits are to  be; 	
added as soon as possible. Some business men are so fond of
being   deceived   that they even en-
David Whiteside and family    wil deavor t() believe that they"can reach
remove   to   Victoria on  the  Istofl  ^e eonsunters of this district with-
,,      ,,,, .     .,     ,       out advertising in Ih
next   month.    Mr.   Whiteside   has
been appointed to a position in   the
attorney-general's olliee.
The   Kettle   River   and    South
Okanagan Pioneers' society will hold .glance.
Show curds for widn'ows ami inside
are a   fine form  of silent salesmen.
1 Make thcni  brief, terse  antl  pointed,
Print   tliem   plainly, to  be  read at a
Hoi Air, Lone Pine nml Lookout Mineral
Cl'llUlS. -ililnte  ill till' Grand   Korks  Miliiiiir
Division of Ynle Dlltrlot.
Where located:   In McKinley rump
TAKE NOTICB that I, Fred  W. Held, Fr™
I    Miners' Certificate No. BiQlffl, for myself
and as agent for J. w,  took, Fieo .Miners'
let-till  ntl!   No.   11211211(1. nnd  A.I.   Whiteside.
Cree Miners' Certificate No. Him, intend.
sixty da s from the dato hereof, to npply to
the MillingRcooj*der for Certlllentes of Improvement, for the purl use of uhtulnliig
Clou ii "Hints of the above eliilms.
., nil Ini ther take notice that action, under
seotion 117, must he cntiinieticeil hefore the
Issiiniiee Of stick I irtilienti-s of Improvement.
Ilnted this 28rd dny of July, A I) lulu.
••j in I let. from town;
-room Ihiiihh, pltut*
rPili Inrirt! iHlfrvjpiheil.
—    . _ _ .vouoiheai   lfiO   fruit
treei, 70 beitrfitiri 3»  aorei   MiruwlierHoH.
Koom'hori-ifs, rnrnnits, riiHjilterrlcs: fieu from
trait? the beat loofttiotiaround G.-.u.'_ Fork*;
plei ty of yii.j'l water) fruit mul crop in
■Between :< bud 4 arras
In West end of city;
first-(data soil, nil under gii) ivutlon; hiiiuII
house, woodshed nnd outbutldltiRB) well nnd
pump: u'ouii felloe. This is (iKucril.ue.Htiowii-
erliobont toleaveeiiy. Terms.
-$8000 eash, bal-
DtlOQ tenns. One
oi l)cst hotels in
the business eel)
rent Grand Folks]now doing u profitable
bllsllieMt owner detdres to remove to the
const. This is the l>e»t bargain iu this part
of the province, as there are but If Veil hotel
li«-eiisesin thu Urand Kurh tt. 'Hy Is growing
rapidly. No other town lu southern Krltish
Columhia has as hriglil future prospects.
For further information re
garding the above properties
call or address
Application for Transfer of Liquor
NOTICE is hereby given that I
will ut the next regular meeting
of the Board of License Commissioners for the City of Grand Forks
make application for the transfer of
the retail retail liquor license held bv
me in respect of the Colin Hotel, in.
the said City of Grand Forks, from
myself to Charles E. Peterson and
Gus Eastman.
Dated  at Grand  Forks, B.C., May
3rd, 1910.
p. i). Mcdonald.
To the License Commissioners for the
City of Crank Forks.
Ytilo Und Dlltrlot, DUtrlot ol Slrallkomeon.
TAKKNOTIOH thai Walter Oury, ut Bran-
■   don, Man,, .ooonpatlon Partner, intends to
apply for pprmlmloii to |illloliu_L' llio follow-
iltgplo.crihi'il lalldsl
Uommenolim at n post plnnted on the
smith lioiiiidiiry of I.nt WIS. nnd uliout ten
eliulim norih nl the N.W. corner of Lot 747 on
Big Sheep Creek; thenoe west 1110 oliuius;
thenoe south 41) ciiuins; thenoo enst Sll etinlits:
thenoe north .to olinlns; thenoe oust silchtiins:
thence north'JO cliniiii to pofnt nfciiinnictice.
WALTKRDERir, Applicant
Hv J. R Urnlistnn, His Aucnt.
Dated this Ull, day of ilnreli, 101U.
Don't forget thnt The San mis the
hest job printing deparrment in the
Boundary country.
The Sun job department dtill
lends all Boundary printing, estab-
raents lor modern material and the
up-to-date quality of the work it
turns out. THE
New Edition Issued Nov. 16, 1D0G.)
Is a dozen hooks in one, covering the
history, geography, geology, chemistry, mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology, uses, statistics and finances of
copper. It, is a pracica) bonk, useful
to-all and necessary to most men en
gaged in any branch of the cuppes
Its facts will pass muster with the
trained scientists, and its language is
easily   understood   by  the  everyday
Buttercup Ice Cream
Our .SODA FOUNTAIN is now running full swing, ami we
can give the best satisfaction as to QUICK SERVICE
Special Prices on Ice Cream for Garden Parties, Afternoon Teas, Etc
I Prescription Druggists M'i'V:'nW^s^^\P^l-:^'W^^^
Phone 35 Night Service | jljByfe^^
Hotel Colin
Opposite Great Northern Station
l=fg'f■■--".- -I  -
;iioti:i. IA1I.IN
man. It gives the plain facts in   plain   Tale Land District, DUtrlol ol Slmilfcnraeon.
_.\..,l:.l. ..",:.l      *i t IT AKE  iiotlcethnt  I. Aeness Ivllcn Paulson,
English without fear or favor. , |   „, i;,,»-i„,„i, n. c cuimtioit wife, In-
No  poetry  was ever  written in a
  dental parlor.
It lists and describes   4.i:i(i   copper *"«"*» to applv 'or'permission to purohane
i .        . ,, ...   the fiilliiwiiic'lc-crilied Imiils; Marrv fill' tnnliev   tlipn   spo    if    enn
mines antl  companies  in   all  putts nt     Conim Ing at   a  enst   t-ii> I   at tho'     marry ior money, men  see   ll   .ou
tlm wnclil  ,\„<„,.-„,f„„,< ,„„„;„„   f,.,„„  southwest corner uf .James Miller's pro-omp-  can get any of it to spend.
tne world, descriptions running   trom  tion, Lot 1188 S., on Deep Oreek: thenoe north J '
two Unas to sixteen  pages,   according |ge5ffiKit*hSSffoe^^■h&I™fanlm_"t0^IIelSoB      Some people would rather join  the
to importance of the property. sooth Stionainu; thenee east oo chnins to the I crowd than go to heaven
The Copper Handbook is  conceded  '"'"'"'"""ToTssSKLLBN PAULSON.
J. R. Cranston, Airout.
Dated May lOtli, 1001.
to be the
World's Standard Reference
Book on Copper
The mining man needs tbe book for
the facts it gives him about mines,
mining and the metal.
The investor needs the book for the
Ynle Lnnd District, District of Similkameen,
TAKE NOTICE thnt t,Thomas Heiirv Paul-
I son of I'nttlson, H. 0., oooupntion Merchant, intends to apply for permission to
pitrohaso the following desorlbed lunds:
foots it irivuu him nh_.nl    minim,   min        Commeiioliiir nt a post plautoil about sixty
tacts itgues him about   mining, mm- „hains northeast of the northwest cornerof
ing investments and copper  statistics. Miller's pre-emption.  Lot   1181 S„ on Deep
..",,.      .   ,,.    rf Creek t thence east 40 ohains: thence north
Hundreds ot swindling companies  are 10 chains: thence west 2(1 chainsitheuoc nortli
exposed in plain English. l.fKS.n^lLirL^W^s:.!.^^
*i?** T,iBu^,'ttm with gilt ,o,u'400hMVfi&o,iiBNUYoPAmi?»r,'t'
top; IS i.i311 in   tull    library    morocco. J, tt. Ornnst Agent.
Will    be   sent, fully prepaid, on   ap-     Dated May 17th, 1010.
proval, to any  address ordered,  and  i^— -^■
may be returned within a week of  re- THE
I ceipt if not found fully satisfactory.
Horace J.  Stevens,
Editor and Publisher,
453 Postoffice Ulock,
Houghton, Michigan.
Recently   completed nod
newly furnished throughout, Conveniently looated
for railway men. First-
class nceotnnindntloiis lor
transients. Hoard a o .1
roiinis by thc week ill pre-
railing rates.   Fine line nf
wines. Liquors and Cigars
always In stoek nt the liar
Grand Forks, II. C.
■Downey's Cigar Store
A Complete Stock oc
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Fresh Consignment of
Received Weekly.
Postoffice   Building
I Yalfi tiuni Uistrift, District uf Similkameen.
It tKE notion that St ■•« 0. Jones, uf Coleman,
I ■ Alta., ooaupaiion Miner, lu tends tu aj>-
I; ly ior 11eri1.js_.1uu to purchuse iho following
l"icsi'i Hied lauds;
Commenoiii - ui it post planted uliuiit sit
ciiuins eust ut tlie snutlieiis! eurner of lot
111 l'.i>, "u Ueep Oreek, nud un tlm >..uti. sidu uf
Itlie West Kuuienu^ I'ower it JJtflit L'uiu-
Ipany's ritrnt of way: tlieuoe west along the
■W.K.P.at L.Co.'s right nf way on I'liainni
It in -nee sunt li in ohains; theuco eust tit) eliains:
■ thi■[_•'■■ nuMli jn cliiiins   to  tlie   point nf eom-
8TAN C. -MINKS, Applicant.
J. It. Crunstou, His .Went.
ft   Duted this 16th du.vui April. 1010.
(Published Annually)
' Enables traders   throughout  the  world  to
euinnititiieate direct with English
in each class of goods. Hesidex licinjr a Bom-
plete com mere ml guide tn Loudon and its
suburbs, the directory eontalua lists of
With thp'Goods they ship, and Iho Colonial
and Foreign Markets they supply;
nrraugod under the Ports to which they Hail,
and Indicating the approximate Sailings;
of lending Manufacturers, Merchants, eto., iu
the principal provincial towns and Industrial
centres of the United Kingdom.
A copy of tlie current edition will be forwarded, freight paid, ou receipt of Postal
Order for 209.
Dealers seeking Agencies cun advertise
tbeir trade cards for £1, or larger advertise
incuts from £3.
t'o, Abtihuroh Lime, London, E.C.
A new lot of latest designs of pro
gram anrl menu cards just received at
Tun Sun job olliee.
mve some of the highest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Boundary,    kun Job Olliee.
The star attraction of the Spokane Interstate Fair, the one big feature
, which the management expect will bring the largest crowds to Spokane the
week of October 3d, is tbe Curtlss Aeroplane. This marvelous flying
machine is Lhe same one that won so many prizes in Los Angeles last
winter, the one that made the successful flight from Albany to New York,
and also from New York to Philadelphia and return.
The contract which the Spokane Interstate Fair management has made
witb the Curtlss Company of Ha mra ond sport, N. Y., calls for a payment et
approximately $1000 a flight, and under the terms of the agreement, the
Curtlss Company are to send two complete machines and their most expert
aviator. At. least four or more flights are to be made every day of the Fair,
| October 3 to 9, and the machines will also be on exhibition on the groundi
at all times.
The few matches made in heaven
do nut worry tho match trust.
A man can get used to anything
except being a good   husband.
A great man seems to know it a
heap more than the rest of the world.
A man's idea of house cleaning is
to have his winter whisker*  removed.
Speaking of her callers, a spinter
says single men are doubly   welcome.
Some things are better in the past
or future tense, but kissing isn't one
A man can make a woman agree
with him by appearing to agree with
A man's opinions are subject to
change—save the ones he has of himself.
Matrimony is ahout the on!}' thing
that will take all the conceit out of a
silly woman.
A woman wears colors for a man
till she marries him; then sbe Wears
them for other women.
The chief satisfaction in trying to
do a thing you don't want to is how
sure you are to prove you couldn't.
A man thinks he's worried ahout
his business when he's afraid he won't
be able to get away to a poker  game
To most bores respectful attention
means "come again."
The faults that a man finds in hi
self should be corrected first.
A beautiful old age is one of the
world's masterpieces.
A wise father knows his son-in-law
early in the game.
There never has been a style becoming to everybody.
A fat bank roll helps the nerve of
the most timid.
A joke too old to tell is too old to
rem bem bo i',
Public clamor is the froth of publio
Two pool' clients are soon compromised.
The proof of a Imnk roll is in its
I'ad tips are more catching than
good ones.
The talk that is not cheap is scarce.
Dynamite wastes no time in argument when aroused.
Tliere are too many weather eyes
for any amount of weather.
Painting the town red is a color
Sfhi'tne that doesn't wear oil easily.
No law can keep a fool anil his
money from exceeding the speed limit.
Home patriots like wearing a chip
on their shoulders better than wearing a uniform.
What useless I'dinforcementH are
those who come out to help cry over
the troubles that are past.
Eew millionaires think of their
monev more than the people who are
trying to get a hack at it.
The reason a man won't let his
daughter have a certain beau is she's
going to do it anyhow.
It's just as well that people talk
about the weather, else it would he
something still stupider.
A nice, jolly fat girl keeps all those
qualities when she grows old except
the niceness ami the jolliness.
A thousand men out of   a thousand
kftow water won't run up hill, hut !)!)!►
of them will bet it will if the odds are :
long enough.
June Mineral   Claim, sltunte in the Grand
Furies Ml id im Division ol   Valo District.
Where Lorain):   In Brown's Camp.
TAKK NOTICE thnt I. Albert K. Snvtiir**. Free
Miners' Certifioito No, U112B, Intend. Mxty
dnj-B from date hereof, to npplv to the Mining
Keeerder forn Owitillruteof Improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining crown grunts of thu
above claim
A lid-further take notice that action, under
section "1. must be commenced before .the Issn-
unci- of such Certificate «>f Improvements.
Dated af Grand Forks. B.C., this 4th day ol
June, A.D. 1910
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
that on the 23rd day of May,
1910, it was ordered by His
Honor Judge Brown that A. C. Sutton, Public Administrator, he administrator of all and singular the estate
of Patrick Moran, late of Deep Creek,
B.C., deceased, intestate. Every person indebted to said estate is required
make payment forthwith to the undersigned, and everv person having in
possession effects belonging to said estate is required forthwith to deliver
same over to the undersigned.
Every creditor ot other person having any claim upon or interest in the
listribution of the estate of deceased
is required before the 1st day of 'July,
1910, to send by registered letter, addressed to the undersigned, his name
and address and full particulars of his
claim or interest, and a statement of
his account, verified by Statutory
Declaration, and the nature of • the security (if any) held by him.
After the said 1st day of July the
administrator will proceed with the
administration of tbe estate, having
regard to those claims only of which
he shall then have had notice.
Dated at Orand Forks, B.C., the
2Gth Mav, 1910.
Official Administrator,
Grand Forks, B.O.
Railway Helt uf llritish Uoluinbiii muy ho
homesteaded by any person who is the head
nf a family, or uuy male overeitrhtneit years
of utre. to the extent of one-quarter section
of 1U0 ncres, more or less.
Entry must he made personally at the loeal
lund office for the distrlot in wliieli  tlie Inml
Is situate,
Tlie homesteader is required to perform
tho conditions ooilttfloted therewith under
one of the following plaits:
(1) At least six months' resilience upon nml
cultivation of the lund In eueli year for three
(2) tf the father (or mother, If the father ts
deceased), of the homesteader resides unon u
farm lu the vlolnlty of the laud entered fnr,
the requirements us to resilience muy I>h satisfied hy w i ifli person residing with the futher
or mother.
01) if the settler hus his permanent res)'
deuce upon farming Inml owned by him lu
the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence muy ho satisfied hy
resilience upon the suid lund.
Six months' notice in writing should lie
•riven tlte Commissioner of Dominion Lunds
ut OttaWa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal -Coat mining rights mav he leased
for u period of twenty-one yeurs at un annual rental of $1,00 per acre. Not more thnn
2.560aores shall he leased to one Individual or
Company. A royalty ut the rate of live cents
per ton shall be collected on the merchantable coul mined.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized   publication of   this
advertisement will not he paid for.
Furniture  Made  n> Order,
Also Repairing ui nil Kiwis,
Upholstering  Neatly  Dune.
r. McCutcheon
Prints mure live Boundary news tiuni
anv other paper published in the
district.    The   price of Tin;  Sun is
only 11.00 pur year   one-half il wt
of its competitor*. Tin: Sin is never
nn the fence regarding ijuestions of
public interest, Tin: Si v is acknowledged to be one of the brightest
papers published in the interior of
the province, Those who subscribe
uml feel dissatisfied, will have their
money refunded by callingat theolHoa
ut publication.
Tin: Evb.vino Sun and theToronto
Weekly Globe and Canada Farmer,
SI.nil per year in advance.
Tiik Evbninq Sun, The Winnipeg
Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer and tlm Montreal Family Herald
and Weekly Star, (2.00 per yeur in
Tub Sun is read by evorybdy be
Wlliie il prints all the Boundary news
Rubber Tires for
Baby Carriages
Second Hand Goods
$4.00 Per Year.   Single Copy, 10 Cts.
Sample Copy Free.
47 W. limit St., Nkw Yoiik.
Furniture Moving a Specialty.
All orders receive Urom^l attention.
llnlKI. Provincb,
I: ue .mil, l.i.ilic" uml (Ji'iiil 1 u. resident or da.  students! hat a oo leteCom-
mcrolnl or Business Course! prepares rtu-
dnntHo rain   loaohen1 CeftlHoatei of all
vradestglvei the four yean'  irte for tli*
H, A. degree, aad the fl rat .'onr of the School
of Science ooune, In alflllatlon »iili thn Toronto University: tm. u ipcolal proipeatore-
oourso for mitieri who work In B.O. In trite*
ii,,n ImilMi wvcii In Art, Millie, Phyileal Culture and uloautibu. Term opoai Sept. ll,
tink\  For' alendari, eto», nilJre..
You initiht n*   well   try  I"   reneh
the orb of day by walking on n sun-
beall) its to attempt tn reneh The Sun
renders by advertising in any other
medium, Women's Secrets
There is one man in the United States who has perhaps heard
more women's secrets than any other man or woman in the
country. These secrets are not secrets of guilt or shame, but
the secrets of suffering, and they have been confided to Dr. <
R. V. Pierce in the hope and expectation of advice and help.
Thut few of these women have been disappointed in their expectations is proved by the fact that ninety-eight per cent, of
all women treated by Dr. Fierce have been absolutely and
altogether cured. Such a record would he remarkable if the
cases treated were numbered by hundreds only. But when
that record applies to the treatment of more than Imlf-n- million women, in a practice of over 40 years, it is phenomenal,
and entitles Dr. Pierce to the gratitude accorded him by women, as the first ol
specialists iu the treatment of women's diseases.
Every sick woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, absolutely without
oharge. All replies are mailed, sealed In perfectly plain envelopes, without
any printing or advertising whatever, upon them. Write without fear as with*
oui fee, n> World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R. V. Pierce, Prest.,
Buffalo,  N. V.
%Ns octets.   Womoii  Strong.
fSicis.  Women tTVoll.
Sour Stomach, H artburn.Canker Sore
Mouth Cured by Mi-o-na
Sick headaches are caused by fndi-
gegtion and a general disturbed oondi*
| tion of the stomach.
Cure the indigestion, mul the headache, nausea, heartburn, nour stomach
and that "all in" feeling will   vanish.
token to tho Nelson jnil nn Thursday hv Cnnstnhla Ritchie For epllinp
Pete l'lissii, n Hungarian who hns candy without a  license.    Me   will
been flitting around the Boundary serve a thirty days' sentence.
towns for three or four  weeks, was
caught in the act of ransacking   onel    Occasionally   one runs   across a
of the Great Northern section men's bartender   who is so fond of witter
shaeks nt   Weston  on   Tuesday   by  that   he   persists   in falling into the
some Hindus.    The Hindus chased  lake every time he goes to  a picnic.
the   would-be  robber to tbe Pacilic The   man   nt   the   :   hotel   is  yet
hotel,    where   he   wns  arrested   by  soaked.
C'onstnMe Ritchie.    At the trial  the
following dny,   Rossa wns  ordered      The   present   enrollment  nt  the
to leave town. Grand Forkfl UiS" *ch""] is  twent.v-
  four  students,   with two more to
"Candy Jack" Carmichael, who come in the near future: This is a
has caused the authorities consider- substantial increase over the entile trouble since he was placed on rollment at the list term of the
the "siwash" list a month  ago, was school.
Our Special
Cabinet Photos
Now is tbe proper time to have your photo taken.
The onlv opportunity j'ou will have to obtain tliem
this fall will lie when
The well   known Vancouver Photographer, next visits
Grand Forks, whioh will be on
\XL Cabinet Photos for $0.00.
J Blome's Old Studio, Bridge St.
2,600,00 feet <>f commercial
timher on property; &"«>0 lietvit
lug home; Ninth Fork runs
through land] Kettle Vulley line
survey crosses property; deed
clear. $876 cash, balance terms.
Fur further particulars apply
Mi-o-na tablets will cure indigestion
or any other stomach trouble. They
will relieve almost instantly. Woodland ife Co. have so much faith in
them that they will give you your
money buck it* they don't.
Mi-o na cures by making the stomach Strong enough to produce enough
gastric juices to digest all the food
you want to eat. It promptly |»uts
new life and energy into the overworked and played out Walls of the
Use Mi o-na tor a week, aud you
ean eat what you want any time you
_v_ant it) and take pleasure in doing it.
Your blood will by richer, redder,
purer after taking Mi-o-na, and it
only costs 50 cents a large box.
Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs and Colds, or
money back.   Sold and guaranteed by
Woodland k Co.
Bridge Street,
The Imst; mid must
-ubstiuitiiil lire-pru'-l"
dftry country. Recently completed utitl
ne wis* farnlsliod
tlrmiylimit. Equipped with ul) modern
electrical conveniences, Centrally located. tfirst-cliiHa ac-
commodatlot.8 for tho
ravelling publio.
Hot and Cnld Baths
First-Glass B.r, Pool
and Billiard Rooms
In Connection.
EIMII-   LARSEN,   Prop.
Past Week
The following table gives the ore shipments of   Boundary mines
for 1905, 1906 and for the past week:
Granhy Mines, Phoenix  613,537
.Snowshoe, Phoenix  135,001
Mother Lode, Deadwood  208,321
B. C. Mine, Snmmit  1,712
Emma, Summit  18,27-1
Oro Denoro, SummitCamp  14,481
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood  	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix  43,21)5
We are prepared to do all kinds of
Commercial   Printing
On the shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style
We have the most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
Idaho, Phoenix.
Bawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Senator, SummitCamp	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King,Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big (kipper, West Copper	
Carmi, West Fork	
Sally, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Providence, (Ireenwood	
Elkhorn, (Ireenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Golden Englo 	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Cump	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp....
B. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp.
Bay, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedni, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Republic, Boundary Falls	
Golden Eagle	
Billheads and Statements,
Letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates and Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Cards,
Lodge Constitutions and By-laws,
Shipping Tags, Circulars antl Placards,
Bills of Fare and Menu Cards,
Announcements and Counter Pads,
Wedding Stationery,
And everything turned out In an
Up-to-tlate Printery.
Total, tons  1.148,237   1,598,715
Smelter Treatment—
Granby Smelter  687,626    1,042,887
B. ft Copper Co.'s Smelter...  841.MS      311,2,0
Dominion CopperCo.'s Smelter      _f_l_ _       	
Total Treated      1.183,017     1,384,107
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for   17
a Day!
We auounccd this
new sales plan recently, Jusi to feel the pulse of
thu people. Rimidy a Bmall chbIi payment -
then 17 cents a day. That U tho plan lu n nm-
The result has been mioh n deluge of applications i»r maoblnes thai we are simply us*
The demand cornea from people of all classes,
nil ages, ail occupations.
Tne majority ol Inquiries lias come from pen
leaf known financial standing who were attracted by the novelty of Hie propos. 'nu. An
impressive demonstration of the Immense pop*
uiarity of the Oliver Typewriter
A startling confirmation ol our belief that
the Kra of Universal Typewriting tent-hand.,
A  Quarter  of a Million People
are Making Money with
The Standard Visible Writer
The  Oliver Typewriter  is   a   nioiiev-makiT
right from the word "gol"  Hneasvto run that
beginners booh net in the ''expert" olass,   Kam
as you learn    Let the machine fay the 17 cent*
a day—and nil above that is yours,
Wherever you arc, tliere is work   to be d me
and money to be marin by using the Oliver. Tf>e
business world is calling for ullver opdrators.
There are not ctioligli in supply the demand,
Thelrsalarlcfl are considerably above tliose of
matiy'clnssesof workers <
An Oliver Typewriter in Every Home!
Thnt ts the bait leery today. *\b have made
the (i) I ver supreme In usefiiliiessaml absolutely
Indispensable in bubltiees, Now comes the conquest of the home,
Tbe simplicity and strength ofthe Oliver lit it I
for family use.   It Is becoming au important j
factor iu the home training of young people.
An educator as well as a monev maker.      r
Onr new selling plan puis the Oliver ou thel
threshold of every home In America. Will vou I
close the dour of vour home or olliee on this re- I
mark able Oliver ofT-r? I
Write for further details of our easy oiler nud I
a free copy of tiie new Oliver catalog,   Adcress
The Oliver Typewriter Company,
Ollvor Typewriter Building,
Always Carries in Stoek
a Fresh .Supply of |
Ice Cream  and  Summer DrinE
Palace Barber Sho^
Kazor Honing a Specialty.
rinnn p__HMTiN_f__~-tlie kimlwe ,1"—is |n iMf an
VH-'UL/ li\l\A ULlU ndvei'tiaement, and a trial order
will oonvince vou tliat our stock and workmanship are of
the best. Let us estimate on vour order. We tularin tec
satisfaction.,       jnjtff-
Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
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Total to    Latent
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 Caribou McKlmiL-) -(.old     ''SK       hi«»i     *B  161W0        KM!) Sent. 1906     .6
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietl
1st Door Noktii of Uhaniiy Hot|
Ft ust STREET.
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly, Passengers and Trunks to and
from all trains.
Tki.kphonk A129
KuTiiKiiFoitn Bros., Props.
60  YEARS'
Trade Mark!
Designs J
Copyrights *(
lent froe. Olilesl alienor for Bccurlili
Pfttoiiw taken tfiror
ntctatnotue. without
Pat'dnW tiikim tTirou,th~filuim"__;''Co. reeel
   "     large, IntM
Scientific Hmcricav_
A hondaoniuiy Uhi.itmteil wtiekly, LarROBt I
culntlon of n;iy ICieotlflO Journal. Terra* J
Qauaa__Lra.7o n your, pottage prepaid,
Braiivb Cdc l"" !}' bu Waeiuuj; ■ _i, D. (§


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