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TUESDAY, MAY 15, 190*
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WASHINGTON DAY BY DAT.
Best Speeches on Bate BUI Made
founder 15.Mlnat« Hale.
*i^S Knox's Victories. ."'-V.v
Bvcahuc Times Special Service.
Washington, D. C., May 16.—The best
speeches on the rate bill have been
made under the 15-minute rule. 'That
..^undoubtedly is. why senators have
thrown so much light during the per­
il,
iod ot limited debate.'
Senator Fpraker, without question,
tji threw a strong ray on the railroad
abuse situation when he Indicated the
large number ot Important suits that
have been won by the government un
der the Elkins rebate law. He might
have gone a step further and pointed
out that until Senator Knox became
attorney general practically all the
.£ laws intended to curb combinations
.1. of capital were dead letters. Knox
breathed the breath of lfte into the
Sherman anti-trust statue. The Knight
or sugar trust case appeared to have
f-r killed it His immediate predecessors
in office regarded that case as dispos
ing of the anti-trust laws.
And yet the Pittsburg man took it
up and-won the greatest case of tbim
all when he persuaded the supreme
court that the Northern Securities
-. company was a violation of the sta
tutes enacted to prevent restraint of
traffic between the states.
Nothing stands oul clearer now to
persons who have the intelligence to
vote the significance ot thingB than
that Knox was an active, not passive,
officer of the government. Instead of
taking it for granted that the anti-
i:
combination statutes were dead letters
Knox proceeded upon the assumption
that it was his duty to show that what
congress had done was a practicable
thing. He .showed it in the case, al
ready mentioned, in the packing liouse
products case, ujpon which proceedings
against the beef trust have been found
ed. and in the anthracite coal case,
in which the supreme court compelled
the production of books of the coal
carrying roads.
Some of the cases were brought
under the rebate case and some under
the anti-trust statute. For the pur
pose of showing where credit is due
in the "trust-busting" business the
two statutes may be considered as one.
They are both aimed to prevent and
punish the evils growing out of the
misuse of great wealth. Before Knox
came into office the Addystoue pipe
case had been won, bnt it was such a
clear violation of the anti-trust law
that there was no chance of losing it.
The next great case was against -the
sugar trust. In that the court decided
that inasmuch as the sugar made by
the trust had not actually passed in
7 to the channels of inter-state com
merce there had been no violation of
the federal statute. The federal gov
ernment has no authority of operations
wholly within one state, so the trust,
on an. ill-advised action, went free.
Parenthetically it may be observed
that the anti-trust and inter-state com
merce statutes had been invoked, and
successfully, too, against labor organ
izations. Debs went to Jail for dis
regarding them. He and his associates
are the only ones that suffer' the
stigma of having suffered incarcera
tion for violating injunctions based up
on them. Bnt notwithstanding their
imprisonment the assertion that the
pipe case fs the only one won by the
government before the advent of Knox
is substantially true.
With the advent of Knox came anew
era. He put life into the prosecu
tions and ever since his leaving office
his successor has been proceeding
along lines laid down by the Pennsyi
vanian. The fact that some of them
have not been pushed to as fine con
clusions as that which resulted in the
trial of the Northern Securities case is
nothing against the record of the pres
ent junior senator. A reasonable ex
planation can be thought of without
suggestion here.
And yet so perverse are folks that
instead of Knox getting credit for what
he accomplished as to actual cases
and the laying out of lines for the
guidance of his successors he gets
very little credit for it or uiy part of
it. The very reverse is true. He is
called a railroad, lawyer and every
thing he haB dope so far in the rate
bill fight has been attributed to un
worthy motives. The junior senator
is fully, capable of taking care ot him
self, but even after a superficial view
of the matter it does seem that he is
getting about as rough a deal as was
ever prepared for any man.
Even a cursory look at his record
shows that he was the busiest man the
country has recently had in office of
attorney generail. He was the pioneer
in anti-trust prosecutions that amount
to any thing in bringing the Northern
Securities case. He conducted the
legal side of the purchase of the Pan
ama canal.' He, made the safety ap
pliance law ot effect Before he be
came attorney general the railroads
paid no attention to the law requir
ing them to guard the lives apd limbs
of their employers.
The peonage cases in the south,
brought by him, made a neglected
statute a vital force, in the south. He
drew the statutes that provide for the
expenditing of anti-trust cases in the
courts and procured the extradition of
Greene and Gaynor after all his as
sociates, and the British and Canadian
lawyers Whom he hired, told him that
he could not make his propositions
stick.
That case is so remarkable that it
is a wonder that no more comment
has been made on it. Greene and Gay
nor, both rich and able to hire the
best lawyers in the English-speaking
world, appeared to be safely lodged in
Canada, free from t&e arm of Ameri
can law. Knox started after them.
He got them, but. It was a long way
he traveled to get them back to Sa
vannah for trial and conviction. He
had to take the case through all the
Canadian courts up to the privy coun
cil of Great Britain. It is the first
and only time that the American gov
ernment has pursued a fugitive from
justice to that tribunal. In the fiffit
place, it required a lot of nerve to
stand upi before the' Canadian lawyer
whotaa he had hired and tell him that
he did hot.know the law of the BritlBh
Empire when he said that Greene and
Gayner could not t»e brought back.
In the secdnd place, it was a nervy
thing to practically accupe a member
of the Dominion government, of brib
ery, as he had to do In pursing the
fugitives through the mates of Can
adian practice. And finally lt was a
rare exhibition of confidence In his
own powers^ to discover 'what the law/
was .to carry the case to the privy
council after defeat, and delay had
b^en the result In the lower courts
Have you trouble with your eyes?
See Thos. tafte, optician.
•Wl-
Lariraore, N. D.
vBoth
If yon want to buy or sell
If yon want help or want employment
If you want to sell your house
If you want anything
APPRENTICE WANTED—A YOUNG
man who has worked two or three
J'ear. at the printing business can
earn of a good chance to complete
the trade by applying to foreman of
The Evening Times job room at once
union office.
WANTED—DISHWASHER AT HOTEL
Dacotah.
WANTED—CEHENT WORK BY AN
experienced cement worker esti
J"?1.*8 «Iven also. Address Peter
CnristoSerson, The Evening Times.
PHYSICIANS AND 8URGEON8.
JOHN FAWOETT, M.A., &D.
DISEASES OF WOMEN AND
6ENEBAL SIJBGE09
Office
Over Stanchfleld Store Phone 161
DR. J. GRASSICK
OBce Northwestern Bifldlig
Corner DeMers Avenue and Fourth gt,
8. W. RUTLEDGE
HOMEOPATHIC
Physician aid Surgeon
1*8 8. Third St Grand Storks, N. D.
OSTEOPATHS.
DR. ORR SANDERS,
DR. MAYE. SANDERS,
Chronic and acute diseases success
fully treated. Treatment at home
if desired. Suite 56, Security
Block.
phones 542.
Grand Forks, N. D.
TAILORS.
PANITORIUM
Ingalis Hons* Annex
TAJLOBOtCl I
All Kinds ef Ladles' and Oenfs Ctotk*
lag. Cleaning and Pressing.
N. W. 661L Tri-State 416R
WORKING DAY AND NIGHT
First Class Cleaning, Pressing and
Bepalrto*
D. BOOBES, Prop.
N. W. 798L Tri-State 767L
Cor. Kittson Ave and Third St Grand
Forks, N. D.
WHAT IS THE USE
in buying ready made pants
when you can get them made
•-•f to order for 3.50 at
DAKOTA BOTTLING WORKS
Importers, Manufacturers and Jobber* of
Carbonated Bevsraiea. Pkospbatea.
Fountain Syrnps
and all Kinds of Flavors
Siders, Halts and Seltzer Waters
H. W. Fkose 1059-L Trieste Fkoas 818
Oissd Forka. No. Oak.
Greatness of Out-of-Door Peoples.
The great peoples are out-of-door
peoples, says the Reader. Ancient
Rome lived out of doors, and Gallia
Omnis. Great Britain was greatest
when she had rushes on the floor and
no glasB at the- windows—greatest in
art and literature and war. She is
great today only in her outdoor col
onies.
As for ourselves, we were greatest
when our roofs leaked and we did not
care when we wore ilnsey woven un
der a tree, and ate hominy hulled up
on, a stump. That, after all, was our
charter molding hundred year. Nature
sells you.cheap the high-domed thinker
or the anaemic, blink-eyed slave, but
she puts high price upon the red-top
ped sayage, .hirsute, freckled,' with
voice that does not cackle. You may
teach Kucb parage to think sufficient^
ly, but you qannot teadi a mlBflt
to be freckle^ or hirsute. What. If
Lewis and Clark ttul'been Indoor ment
Wh^t.lf Washington and Lincoln and
Roosevelt had been Indoor feien? What
if. opr Industrial captains were recruit
ed from indoor men? What If old
^Virginia had been an Indoor land, or
old Kentucky or the old Plains? What
If QUI birth as a nation had hot been
In thp wind, under the trees, sanction
ed by the: Btsrst What If America had
not spent her yonth In the ont-of
doors? Why, then Bhe would not have
been Aiberlca, that is all.
'ki^SWk
iMM
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COUNT THE WORDS Of THIS PARA*
graph: then writ* your advertise*
ment In the same number of words,
Mid It will cost you at cents to insert
It under tUs heading 1 day 11.00 a
week 18.00 per month.
WANTED—NIGHT COOK AT ROU
tler's restaurant. Devils Lake woman
preferred. Address Ous Routier, Dev
ils Lake, N. D.
WANTED-APPRENTICE, ALSO SEW
ing girls at Miss Kelly's dressmaking
parlors, 220 South Third street.
WANTED—AN EXPERIENCED NIGHT
cook at the Antlers at once good
wages.
Bour fK mm
Boys, who are natural swappers, caw
use this department for the exchange,
or for sale or want ads. If you have
somethlng to exchange, or to sell, write
The livening Times, describing what
you have and what you want, sad we
will Insert an ad two times tor II
cents. Knclose the dime In your letter.
TENTS AND AWNINQS.
DON McDONALD
VENTS, AWNINGS, SHADES
Waterproof Covers for Harvesters
Threshers and Ante Stacks
Cor. DeMers and Fifth.. Grand Forks
N. D.
WILLIAM ZIMMERMAN
ARCHITECT
•ssteW Bleek.
•tnet,
NORTHERN NEWS CO.
lbs. J. H. Burke, Manager.
MS N«t4k TUH tWfHt
PRINTING.
A.0.REINE0KE ft COMPANY
Clifford MMIig, esaad Vatka.
Both Pluin era.
N» ether prfatteg eatabllakncat la
the Northwest ku grown as rapidly aa
our*. Bnataeaa more thaa TREBLED
la the pa«t 14 moatha. booae growa
vrlthont a good eanae. We DELIVER
THE GOODS at RIGHT PBICES, aad
are PROMPT. THAT'S WHY WES
GROW. Deal with a growlag hoaae.
We repair typewrltera RIGHT.
We are ageata for MKILINK SAFES,
ABSOLUTELY THE BEST tar the
moaey. Broadest gaaraatee. Write tar
FREE catalogue.
NOTICEor
J. HEFFTER,
522 DeMers Avenue.
THE Isdspssdsat
hctsrisl aad Wholesale is
stitiiioss ikst askss Iks
City of Graad Foils lbs
aoat Isaoss is tks North-
H. i. MONLEY
AUTOMOBILE BATTERIES
HsU Orders FUled Graad Forks. I. D.
REDEMPTION or *ix OOTSTASDISO MRST
ROKTA»CJC SIX PER CENT BONOS OF THE GRAND
S-BTH DMTOUF
ELECIBI0
ICO*""*. OSASO WRBS,
Tli« holdtra of the first mortf*g« 6 per centtondi of tb* Onod
Fork! Gas and El*-trlc Compui/ aecuret) liy ito mortgkt* to E»
lit RollSntandSufit of Button, Mitti., Truvtee, dated July 1.
^893, are hereby notified, titat, pursuant to the right reserved
In-Articl* 8sf Mid mortgage, tlio Grand Forks Gas and Dec*
trie Company calls for redemption at par and accroed interest
on the first day of July, 16u6,the entire atnoantof bonds out
standing, being Series cambered ?i to 160 inclusive, for
ifioeefB.H.^RollInsbondswill
'tOOOoacb.' 8ad be redeemed and paid at the of
and Sons, Trustee, MUk Street, Boston,
on the fint day of July, 1606. The holders of t&id bonds are re
Smeandplace,
uircd tonrcsont the rnme for pavmcnt and redemption at said
.Intervstnn said bonds shal) eenae on July
1st. 1906. K. fl HOLL1NS AKD SONS, Trustee.
Boston, Esss.. April Si', 190a.
O. YOUNG
Wholesale Faraitare Fiaaoa, Carpets, Sewisi
liichiaas, Bask sad Office Faraitare
UB-OT-US Soath Third St.
Grand Forka, North Dakota
A Book Mark.
I marked this book some twenty years
ago
With a strange legend which so few
have learned.
But which the world will be surprised
to know:—.
"'Twas Borrowed, and—Returned!"
—Exchange.
THE
NEW YORK
Hotel and
Restaurant
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Everything Glean
and New...„
sssm
Spscisl Diassr. IMb W"
fisiastillis TUk*
Rs«|ylMshsdKsMSparsNaih|||
lf Yoa Coaaa Tossorrow
Yon wUlCoaaa Naxt Day
Hathesoa & Koeni^
1 Aw,
W%!'
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THE EVENING TIMES. GRAND FORKS, N. D.
OVER 100 RESIDENCES ARE NOW BEING CONSTRUCTED-WATCH GRAND FORKS GROW!
BULP WANTBD—MAUL HXLP WANTSTD—rlHALK FOR SALE. POSITION WANTfflD. FOB RUNT.
WANTED—A PRINTER 112.00 PER
week no boose-fighter. The Pioneer.
FOR SALE—A GOOD B-YEAR-OLD,
city-broke driving horse, weight
about 1100 pounds, and a rubber
tired runabout, with hari-ess. Inquire
at Grand.Forks Realty Company.
FOR SALE!—ENGLISH SETTER PUPS,
six months old. Philip Amand. Grand
Forks, N. D.
FOR SALE—THE HOUSE AND STORE
property owned by K. Golden & Son.
OVER TEN PER CENT NET
PROFIT EVERY MONTH
oa ENTIRES INVESTMENT, Is what we
Jare aiade oa oar prlatlag bualaeaa.
Have lae alter la other line and will
sell boalaess reasoaable. Hustling
pr!?i!rr
M. 9.
THE NORTHERN NEWS GO.
For all the latest magazines and dally
and Sunday papers. Ice cream, cigars
and soft drinks.
,.ey Fine patronage
eataMlahed. hree mea aa mad. Plant
(M shape. ((. s., care Times.
ARCHITECTS.
J. W. ROSS
ARCHITECT
aa SapeHateadeat si Ceaitnetlea
OSes
1MB. Third Bt Grand Vorka, M. D.
R. L. SMITH
ARCHITECT
Botk Pkones National Bank RwiMh.t
W.J.EDWARDS
AfiCHITECT
Northwestern Building, Grand Forks,
N. D. Northwestern Phone 466L.
MONUMENTS.
GRAND FORKS MONUMENT
WORKS
B» JEFFREY, Proprietor
Meaamats, Headstones, Cemetery
Fencing
Tri-State 292L 424 DeMers Am.
Grand Forks, N. D.
CASH
Fsr sD liaif of Ink, ,|
Scm Iras,
Cor,*T
fWl&Mvwtfv?sw
Sr
ud Bnss, OM
•shhst Boot* aad Shots, Is* ol sO
liads, tad Bottie*.
Spsclsl Price for Car Load
M. FISHMAN
N. W. Fkoae S17-L
Ed. Miencier
6ENEIAI
Contracting
Building
Minot, N. Ds
SSi.£°
1
tho only
RESTAURANT
Grand Forka
'•'s Hat hi sslrsd the astiai yroklea
Everythlnil Always
Ready
Everything the
gj "Very Best
y« #•,'„
Evening Times.
1'
WANTED—POSITION BY AN EXPER
lenced dry goods and general store
man. Care Evening Times.
WANTED POSITION AS HOUSE
Step?Ei,"I
a
Grand Forks, N. D.
SHOE REPAIRER.
FRED SMITH
(Ton Know Fred)
THE EXPERT SHOE REPAIRWt
Tonr Work Solicited.
Trl-Stste 218M 9 4th St 8.
HOTELS.
Columbia Hotel
AND RESTAURANT
Get your lunches here while
1: waiting for your trains :s
Open Day and Nitfht
0SCA1 LNUDSON, Prop'r
Rates: $1 and 91.26 per day
GRAND FORKS. N. DAK.
Opposite G. N. Depot
COMMERCE OF OUR CITY
BUSINESS PR0CLAB1ATI0N
When improvement in business conditions warrants a
community in declaring its prosperity to the world at large
or the purpose of increasing general confidence, it is fitting
tnat the representative commercial interests of that com
munity may become known abroad the great Northwest and
thereby enhance the value of its progress.
Therefore we desire to proclaim through the following
pages daily, that there has been rapid improvement in
tlons
Fostoffice Box 943. Loaf Distasce 'Fhoae 844.
C. F. WISNER si
Manufacturers' Aftnt
Fssd lUb, AstSMto Wkdarib, flswUss Ea
Jass, Fssriass Stns bdaa, haps,
Asnaotar Bxfaraa,F«etI«ss Stasa Flows
Graad Forka, Nitrth Dakota
Mrs. Harlz—They've got a picture
of our new prescher In the Strlngtown
Basoo thlr week. Mr. Harlx—Yew
dont say! What was he cured uv?—
Chicago Dally News.
SA
Grand Forks and that today no city in
the Northwest can offer present advantages or future pros
pects to manufacturers, investors and home seekers that are
more attractive than those offered by the City of Grand
Porks, North Dakota.
IKE AHEM BOTTLING ASSOCIATION
-Importers, Kaaufacturers A Jobbers of-
CABBONATED BEVERAGES OF EVEHY
DESCWraON CIDERS MALT
MINERAL WATERS PHOSPHATES
FOUNTAIN SYRUPS ROOT BEER
t?Dc?n?o„ STRAWBERRY SODA
SARSAPARIIXA .LGiMON SELTZER
GINGER ALE. ETC., ETC.
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fown Preferred. Address
Box 687, Larlmore, N. D.
WANTED MRS. BURLINGTON IS
prepared to do first-class dressmak
SSShHEiA1 Jea.ao,'able prices, at 12014
South Third street.
WANTED—YOUNG LADY
£ee er" Al5n°srapher
10lgU
DESIRES
or book-
Address Box 36. Grand
or
ca'l
telephone No.
WANTED—BY ENGINEER, A Posi
tion aB stationery ar traction enel
Ko°d license and good refer
la, KnoxtNrD?
Grahara- Bo*
WANTED SITUATION BY YOUNG
man who understands book-keeping
and stenography, desires position in
store or real estate office first-class
references gven. Address "J. J.,"
AN ALROUND PRINTER AND NEWS
P»»"lon. Capable
£r.»iak'PK,'u11 charge of business.
Son,anJc Spd editorial manage
?.r reporter on city
Times
8
care ot Evening
WANTED—POSITION AB BOOKKEBP
Wl*1° is now holding
wk?l««alo
iS JSJ'.10 somewhere
?^^°d ^,
wl^*
..Both Phones 833N
Grand Forka
Have you tried our
CLUB SODAf No
beverage ever in
creased in popularity
so rapidly.
Our drinks are su
perior to any used in
the State ot North
Dakota.
Our PERFECTO
MALT, non-intoxi
cating, la known the
state over and is in
demand summer and
winter. All drinks
guaranteed to comply
with Pure Food Law.
GRAND FORKS. N. D.
Rasmnssen, Be mis & Company
WhoUsala
Dry
Goods.
NOUOM,
Etc.
BUM F0US H. MIM4
Young Wife (excited and horrified)
—Jack, mother says she wants to be
cremated! Jack—AU right Tell her
to put on her things, and I'll take her
down at once.—Life.
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FURNISHED COTTAGES FOR RENT
.at Maple Lake, season of 1906: One
cottage at $60 three cottages at.f40
two cottages at »35. W. G. Smith,
314 South Third street Phone 404L.
FOR RENT—THREE ROOMS, Dp.
stetrs: modern furnished or unfur
nished. Apply to 611 North Fourth
street
WANTED—FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping, or would con
sider small furnished cottage. Ad
dress S.. Evening Times.
FOR RENT—SINGLE ROOMS. ALSO
rooms for light housekeeping. In
quire 203 North Sixth street.
FOR RENT—THREE ROOMS SUITA
"Shi housekeeping modern.
No. 312 North Fourth street
houss
be'^I
SP^°lnrflSi«AdJr#"
K. H. JOHNSON
WALL PAFEB AND PAINTS
Paperhaalag, Sign aad Fran Wort:
106 4th St S...
North Dakota
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
PETERSON & PAULSRUD
Porlnlt) Commercial aid Landscape
PHOTOGRAPHERS
Phone Tri-State 391U, 200 S. 4th St
FOR RENT—THREE ROOMS SUITA
ble for dressmaking. Inquire at 203
North Sixth street.
FOR RENT—TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
with bath and gas. Enquire 617 Uni
versity avenue.
ROOM AND BOARD
COUNT THE WORDS IN THIS PARA
•*Mn then write your advertise*
in tbe same number of words,
and It will cost you II cents to insert
it under this heading 1 day tl.M a
week 93.00 per month.
CUTTING SCHOOL.
TWIN CITY CUTTING
SCHOOL.
We teach cutting, draping, and the art
of making men's garments.
Publish a reliable and authentic trade
Journal known as The Twin City Tailor
And Fashion Journal. Send for copy*
We occupy 4.000 square feet floor
space for our new coat, pants and vest
shop. We cut, trim and make garments
for merchant tailors all over the North
west.
Write today for catalogue.
Coraer Hrancpla Ave. aad Eighth St.
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
FLOUR AND FEED.
The City Feed Store
DOWNR PFKOTR. hog,
Flour* Feed, Hay and
Wood of All Kinds
w. W. TnoasM
TB*8*A*I(M-L
«g DsWs ATrn.
GBAND rOBKB. M.
McGOEY & HANRAHAN
Electrical Contractors
Estimates Furnished
Repair Work Promptly Attended 0
Office 10 S. 3rd St.
Both Phones S2S
Grand Forks, N,
Leave Orders
PHONE RICE'S TRANSFER
FOB BACKS. DAT OS NIGHT AND RAO
GAGE WAGONS AT ALL HOUB&
mtiS2SFLZr-
PHONE 602L
paoi nro]
HE EVENING
all kinds of oflee aad
aad' suppUsg an#
with yon.
'V' -l
i.i
MISCELLANBOUS WANT*.
LOST—PACKAGE OF PAPERS
Grand Forks about April 28, beloil
ing to the Rock Island Plow 1
and marked J. D. Van Ruren. R|
Island, 111. Finder will be libera]
rewarded by returning these pap]
to clerk at the Dacotah hotel, Gri]
Forks.
WANTED THE EVENING TIM I
pays
5
cents per pound for cll
cotton rags.
WASHING AND IRONING DONE
home. Phone SOSM.
OF MIT
A SPECIAL RATE OF
11 A MONTH.
Will he made oa a space this
der this heading.
a|
WANTED
Two or three cheap quarter 1
of land.
FRED 0. WELLS ft CO I
Grand Forks, N.
RRAL MTATR.
F.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHIRORKEE.
In Grand Forka Music Hoaae]
Opposite Hotel
Dscolsh
WWES^"
364 IMl
6. 61 wunftfseswy j,
Ave years. ^aSTSSiSit^^
ttstoin, part-mSSSSTmS^ultm.
0. J. Barnes &
AU KINDS OP
field and Garden
SEEDS
Vs hsve ntrytUa^. DssH^
Garsstssd. Iks pricss «l
rifkt, a Writs ss
GRAND FORKS, N.
TYPEWRITERS
APPEAL TO YOUR SENSE AND YOUR
SENSES
The Smith Premier is the most silent typewriter on
the market. The action is quiet, no shift key.
Endorsed by mechanical experts.
THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER CO.
SYRACUSE. N. Y.
Branch Stons
Guarantee Stock Food Company
laoaryetalad
Capital Stock. $S0.000
Kntj wliers.
325 HENNEPIN A VE., MINNEAPOLIS
iUntfUtmn of Stock rood, Pool-
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