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Saturday night, and with the exception
of Mr. Busteed, who remains until Tuesday, all left for home on Sunday. Mr.
Whyte carries appropriations east with
him and will also dis ss the question
of building an elevator at Vancouver,
I in conjunction with the dominion gov-
TELEPHONE SYSTEM
JOR GOLDEN
Golden ia certainly going ahead by
leaps and bounds the past few yesrs,
and this week arrangement.      w^j^^^^   8toMgeof Albertn
wheat, Overf2,0-H>,000wil!bespentin
special work on the Pai-ifie division thi*.
year in the reduction of grades, stee.
bridges, new depot buildings andfreight
sheds. Captain Tmip will Inter go or.
o Montreal in connection with the
transfer of the Atlantic Empresses tt
{he Pacific. .-.
completed where
by Golden will have a telephone system
throughout the town. The poles ere
being put up as fut as possible and
wires will be strung Immediately.
ammtes.
SUpEnil
Year by year the retail merchant*
are recognizing to a greater extant th*
necessity of urging customers to do
their shopping early. It is now only
aboit one week until we celebrate
Cristmas, and there is not very much
time left for holiday preparations as
store proprietors and their help will be
busy selling the goods, This is a
country in which it is necessary to urge
early shopping. Thousands of people in
this province csme from places so far
away that Christmas gifts for their
friends st the old home must be shipped er mailed in good time to reath them
by Deoaml.'-r SS. One. might wonder
f hy itwfei* necessary to ask people to
hurry up and get their holiday shopping
done. Likely those who intend buying
gifts will do so anyway, some wonld
argue. It has been the experience,
however, of those wlfo hav% tried it
that a very lively campaign at this
season is very profitable. If^customers
were persuaded to do their shopping at
a time when they would not be jamm-
edfand jostled by a great rush, they
would be better satisfied, and would
have more time to look for gift ideas.
They have time to sse and miy things
they had not thought of before entering the store. It is only natural to
argue that the earliest shopper gets
the pick of the goods.
Hits Greet ton*
The following is a clipping from the
Calgary Daily Herald about Miss Grace
Bonner:
The entertainment was a splendid
one and much enjoyed by those who
were present. Miss. Grace Bonner,
bar clever impersonstion of "Esma>
alda," gained many admirers. Her
ventriloquial specialties were much
sjpprsciated.
Miss Bonner will appear in the
umbia Hall to-morrow night.
Col-
" : FLAW
0;'P.R
Winnipeg, Dec 14.-The conference
of officials of the Pacific division of the
C. P. R., with General Manager Bury,
Wiieh began Iut Monday, concluded on
Will tm Miltrlj Ham
G. Gadston of Winnipeg, was in tow-
last week for a few hours. Mr. Gad
ston is draining the Moberly marsh
Last summer he had a gang of men
making ditches for the water to pat.)
out into the Columbia river. If Ins
plans are successful, he will haveabou.
GO acres of fine fruit land. He left
for Winnipeg, Thursday.
Repeat it :-"Shiloh's   Cure
always cure my coughs and colds.'
wil)
Ittwpts Sieontf Ur ir
New Westminster, Dec. 10.-John
Pertella. a colored man who killed his
mlstftss hi Vancouver last August an<*
who is now under sentence of death
and is to be executed on Dec. 18. tried
to kill warden James Brymner of the
•provincial jail Monday. That Brymner
was not killed is due largely to the
assistance of guard Alexander Turn.
bull, the lacrosse veteran. Pertella
was being conducted along a corridor
by the warden when he suddenly picked up a bottle which was lying near and.
smashed it over the warden's head. The
official was badly wounded, and the enraged negro would have renewed the
attack had not guard Turnbull arrived
at that moment. The warden's head
was cut badly and it will be several
days before he will be able to move.
ffutkir liport
The following is the register of
ti'B
thermometer for the past week at
the
Government Office:
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Min.
Decembers
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Advertise in
"The Times."
WIIDERMERE NEWS
(From Our Own Correspondent.)
Mr.. R. W. Patmore of Cranbrook,
is visiting Mrs. R. A. Kimpton.
Skating is the ore'er of the day, and
quite a number may be seen every day
on beautiful Windermere Lake.
Last Tuesday Miss. Gladys Pitts
sautrht two magnificent Char in the
Lake. One weighing 12 lbs, and the
ither 9 lbs. Gladys says it was a pull
landing the beauties.
Mrs. Martimer of Boise, Idaho, spent
i couple of weeks in town visiting her
sisters, Mrs. R.A. Kimpton and
I. C. Pitts.
Mro. Martimer left for Cranbrook by
last stage.
Mr. Martin the B. C. Timber inspector left for Cranbrook on Tuesday's staj'e.
Mr. and Mrs: Brewer passed through
town today on their way to Athalmer.
Mr. Thos Williamson leaves for Gol-
ien on Thursdays stage. AH regret
his going and hope to see him back
early in the spring.  	
There is a farewell dance on at
Athalmer to-night
Vangham Kimpton ^returned from
Cranbrook Monday.
R.R. Bruce left for Golden Wednei
lay.   Mr. Bruce intends spending the
winter in Scotland.
Mr. E. R. Herring is busy fixing up
the little house opposite the Government office. "Ted says he want3 a
house of his own."
Windermere, Dec. 9th, 1908.
RMLWir ACTIVITY
Busy States Inticift id in Sntknst Iut'
tniy.
i
••••••••••••••••••••••••••
{ All indications now noint to unpre-*
{cedented activity in railway con-{
•struction next summer in southeast*
•Kootenay. It is reported that the*
{holders of tiie Kootenay Central*
echarter have vinuaily prepared^
•their plans for the construction oJ
{this line. The policy of the com-*,
• pany has hitherto been a waiting*
gone, but circumstances Wffl compel*
{them to start work as early as poss.-J
•ble next spring. . •
Mrs * *^' ^" ^orDm nas constructed a*
{line fourteen miles in length from}
•McGillvray on the Crow's Nest*
^branch to his coal mines in the*
{Flathead valley. Application will*
•be made at the next session of the*
•provincial legislature for a charter*
{to extend this road 40 miles south,*
•to the international boundary.    The{
ADDITIONAL LIONS.
Repertt it:—"Shiloh's Cure will
always cure my coughs and colds."
The Public Schools will close Friday
for the Xmaa holidays.
Mies. Pearl Milliganof Spillimachene
is spending a few days in town, visit
•ng friends.
Miss. Dart, who has been teaching
school st Spillimachene for the past
three months, came down on Friday's
stage. She will leave Monday for
Wetaskiwin, where she Will spend her
holidays;   '    .
The Columbia River Lumber company
oie constructing a new shed in their
yards which will be used to store their
first date ltnhber.
Ihe Assembly Club held a dance in
the Columbia Hall on Monday evening.
•construction of this road will be thi
bringing a large number of!
into the Flathead valley,;
•setnlers
•and the promoters should be allowed;
{to complete their undertaking.
••••••••••••••••••a**
Soltfin Curlini Gink
The following draws were made last
week in the President ys Vice-President Competition:
THURSDAY.
President (F.H.Bacon) vs Vice-President D. Bowes.
Bulman
vs               Buckham.
FRIDAY.
Pughe
vs             Lamontagne.
Taylor
vs              Henderson
MONDAY.
Parson
vs               Warren
King
vs                Gordon.
1
CMLIN'T FOLLOW SUIT.
Two capricious young ladies planned
to have some fun when a certain
young man called to spend the evening.
They thought it would be great sport
to imitate everything he did. W en
the young man entered the parlors ha
blew his nose,1 which each of the girls
promptly imitated. Thinking it •
pecular incident, the young man proceeded to stroke his hair. Both girls
followed. Than ha straightened hia
collar. They did the same, and a few
dimples and smiles began to appear in
spite of them. Now it was the young
man's turn. He waa positive of hia
ground snd calmly stooped down am)
turned up hia trousers.- Ex.
Repeat it:-"Shiloh's   Cure   wil
always cure my coughs and colds." THE GOLDEN TIMES.
PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS
-BY-
T.   H. CONNER.
Subscription price |1 in advance.
Advertising rates on application.
Correspondence invited on matters of j-*mpty houses.
public interest    Communications
to the Editor must be accompanied
by name of writer, not necessarily
for publication, but as evidence of
good faith.   Correspondence shoula
be brief.
Timber notices inserted in tbe Times
at $8.00 per parcel
WEDNESDAY, DE "EMBER, 9,1908
MERRY   YULETIDE.
present in embroidered mottoes on the I
wall; but that the spirit of Christ-
■ hich is peace, justice, love forbear-
nee, temperance, patience-shall fill
'ie bosoms of those therein dwelling.
x where the spirit of Christ abides
.t, the spirit of evil Is sure to intrude,
a the spiritual and moral life there no
:
:
, This is the merry Yuletide seasor-
when all the joys of life center rount
the fireside. The members of th'
family, if at all convenient, gather a'
this time under the parental roof. To
enhance goodf feeling, presents ere bestowed and greetings sent to absent
ones. The home, be it ever so humble,
is the one sweet spot to which all eye*
are longingly turned, and from whicl
all happiness radiates.
The proud boast of the old Engils-
common law that "a man's home is
his castle." The four winds of heaven
might bio**, through its chinks ant
crannies, but the king himself might
not cross its threshold unbidden. Onlj
the law's stern necessity in pursuit ot
criSe could authorise an unwelcome
intrusion. a
The sanctity of former times still
scrupulously surrounds it, and the
sasredness of i a portal haa been but
enhanced by the advancement of civilisation. The modern home needs neithei
towers, battlements, nor bastions t.
protect it from the assults of thepowei-
ful. The humbUst citisen to defenc
his lowly shack can invoke the protect -
ing arm of the whole nation.
The government* of all the work
foster the love of home. Liberal law
a? j enacted with this end in view. Tht
public domain is generously bestowc.
upou bona fide settlers. The variou.
states, without, we believe, a single
exception, have exempted the homes
from seizure for even a just debt. It,
short, the protection and sacredness oi
the homes goes side by side with that
of the person. It is the commendable
desire of every worthy citisen to be tht
owner of his own home in fee simple,
and to encourage this desire have a
these beneficent laws have been en
acted.
But God muat be in all to insure thi.
full measure of happiness t at may
therein be produced. In our early Sun
day School lessons we we taught that
God was everywhere, and, spiritually
considered, this is true. Yet it is not
in this sense that the expression is used
Norin the sense that God shall be
I (iritis hiL
The following quaint account of a
iuel is taken from an old papsr, and
will probably be new to most people:
A duel was tatoly fought by Alexander Shott and John Nott. Nott was
Shott ank Shott was nott. In this
case it is better to be Shott than Nott.
There was a rumor that Nott wu not
mot, and Shott a avows that he shot
Not Nott, which proves either thst the
shot Shott shot at Nott was not shot,
r that Nott was shot.
Notwithstanding that circumstantial
vidence is not always good, it may be
nade to appear on trial that the shot
•ihott shot shot Nott, or as accidents
with firearmsare frequent, {it may be
possible that the shot Shott shot shot
sbott himself, when the whole affair
would resolve itself into its original
elements, and Shott woald be shot snd
Nott would be not. We think, however, that the shot Shott shot shot nut
■ liott but Nott. Anyway it is hard tu
it'll who was shot.
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SYNOPSIS  OF CANADIAN
HOMESTEAD  REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with-
n the Railway Belt in British Columbia,
may be homesteaded by any person
who is the sole head of a family, or any
male over 18 years of age, to tbe extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres
more or less,
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the land is situate. Entry by
pi-oxy may, however, be made on certain conditions by the father, mother,
son, daughter, brother or sister of an
intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plana:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in each
year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, If the
father is deceased), of the homesteader
ntldea upon a farm in the vicinity of
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied by such
l]>en,,,n residing with the father or
I moth r.
/af...    BvajllwN.'. a.  ■ --  ,    AS
(■it It the settler has his permanea
residence upon fi.rming land owned by
him in the vicinity of his homestead,
the requirements as to residence may
be satisfied by residence upon the said
laail.
Six months notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner Of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to
apply for patent.
COAL-Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-one years
st an annual rental of $1 per acre.
Not more than 2,570 acres shall be
leased to one individual or company.
A royalty at the rate of five cents per
ton shall be collected on the merchant*
able coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.-Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid for.
AMMU1
The "Times" would be
glsd for news items from all
points in the Columbia
Valley. We want to make
our paper welcome in every
home, and our patrons to
understand that our interests
extend from one end of the
valley to the other.
—Ss. WOMEN READ PAPERS s
IUUUIIUUIIIMMIh^
1171 •J"!™ I i laJITTUI 111 ■**
'It's quee. the way women read the
things in the paper that I  want     t.
unravel the sequels of, and  so   .   ■
got to reply, but she didn't minti.
" 'Oh, here is a sale of those new
Elisabeth ruffs, and I'm just aching in j
■**" fiflBSMMMfl
newspapers," observed Mr. Fattipose,) ^ for „ mnWh nitv gbe
aar i.a.a. : -a. * .IA I
"I fetch my morning paper home with
me of evenings, so that I can get the
real juice out of it, only having time
for headlines in the morning.
"Well, last evening after dinner I
started to fill my pipe, and was.Jugging my paper around the room with
me, so that I'd be sure to have it when
I wanted it, you know; had it tucked
under my arm in order that as soon aa
I got the pipe-a-going I could flop into
toy easy chsir and go through it system-
matically.
"But my wife, of course, saw the
paper tucked under my arm that way.
and she playfully pulled it from be*
n ath my arm while I was driving a
straw through the stem of my pipe, 1
knew then, of course, that I was in for
the old performance.
"She plumped herself into a rockers,
■nd without casting so much as a glance
at the inviting headlines on the first
page-which is the first thing that a
man looking nt a newspaper invariably
does—she turned, as usual, to the less
important inner pages.
"Oh, the Fishfacea hsve a son,' she
exclaimed the first thing. 'And mercy
onusl Who do you think's married?
•-been married ever since last April,
tod here's the announcement just
published-wby Kittie Cottonseed!"
" 'Huh-and Gertie Gitalong'a married too-married yesterday in Wilmington.   Who can her husband be
I'd like to know?  His name here ia
i
Perkins, But I never knew she went
with anybody by the name of Par*
kins. Maybe it's a runaway matcfc;
but, gracious sakes alive, if it is, why,
Gertie Gitslong's a pretty old-fashioi
ed girl to be figuring in anything like
that Wa went to the same school and
she waa always at least three grade-
ahead of me. Well, thank heaven,
she's got somebody for a husband, at
last. My, but what a tug she had of it
to be sure!
"Well, I wanted my psper pretty
badly by this time; but what could
do?
" 'Oh, old Gitgilt is dead!' she broke
out an eighth of a minute later.
" 'Dear me, poor Mrs, Tuffroad is
dead, too. I surely must go there to
morrow. It almost broke her heart
when her daughter Aggie went on the
stage, and it never seemed to comfort
her in the least either when Aggie began to earn, oh, hundreds and hundreds of dollars a weak as a chorus
girl! They pay lots of money to these
chorus girls, don.t they, for just standing around and looking dollish and
pretty?'
'"Humph! Here's an advertistmer.t
for one of those autumn trips to tht
West Indies,'she resumed a minute
or so later. 'My dear, can't we take
one of these trips this yean, Onlj
umpty-fivedollars for the rou.d trij.
Really, I think we ought to [go. Shall
we?'
"Well, I was thinking about a lot of
went on. 'And tomoirow is going to
be a big day for model suits. I want a
hunter'8 green suit. All of my friends
have got ibem already, and they're
flaunting them in my face wherever I
go.
" 'Oh yes, and there's going to be a
big ssle of counterpanes, and- oh, my!
here's an advertisement for those
lovely new pale green raincoats fer
men, and you need a new raincoat
badly; and oh, dear me, here they're
just giving dull brass beds away, and
I'm crazy for a dull brass bed, and
here's some selling for only $25—and
there's going to be an awful slaughter
in table cloths and napkins. By the
way, I wonder how the show is at
Klammerheims this week? When are
we going my dear, tomorrow night, or
the next?'
Then she went over the suction
the 'Lost and Found column,
ihe 'Apartments to Let' column, although heaven knows why, for we've
been living in the ssme apartment for
seven years, and have no idea of moving; and then she read aloud a lot of
stuff aiwut winter tours to Colorado
and California.
"Finally when page 7 was twisted into the place where page 3 ought to
haw been, and the whole darned paper
was in a hopelessly lopsided and disreputable tonuition; why, she tossed it
back to me, saying:
"Dear me, there isn't a thing in the
paper nowadays, is there?'
"Well, after about ten minutes of
careful and patient work I finally, got
bhe paper straightehed out so that I
could take a peek st it on the first
page.
" 'Huh, I said, as soon ss I saw the
headlines, 'here Roosevelt's written
another one of those letters of his.'
" 'Um-that so?' she said, musing-
y-she was out in the bedroom by this
time, fixing her hair and her mouth
Wis full«. hairpins. 'As we going tb
the theatre tomorrow night, or the
next, my dear?'
" 'And, b'jing,' I went on, 'here's
another letter that Bryan has written
right back at him.,
" 'Bryan,' said she. 'Who is-oh,
that Nebraska man. He running for
president sgain, isn't he?'
"No use talking at all," concluded
Mr. Fattipose, women couldn't get
along at all without their newspapers
could they?"
SWAYNE MISSION
PROVES /AILURE.
That the East Indians now in British
Columbia will here remain until sucb
time as they desire to individually re*
tnrn to India, is now practically an assured f set, although a few unemployed
Ba t Indians now inthe Okanagan may
take advantage of the British Honduras emigration scheme.
HENRY'S NURSERIES
*
Now growing in our Nurseries for
the fall trade:—
90,000 Peach, Apricot, Nectarines
Cherry, Plum, Prune, Pear and
Apple—in all leading varieties.
10,000 Ornamental Trees in all
leading varieties for B. C.
Strictly home grown and not subject to damage from
fumigation
Stock of Bulbs to arrive in August
an, Fri
lolland.
from Japan, France and
Bee  Supplies,    Spray   Pumps,
Seeds,   Etc.
*rl40 page Catalogue Free'ci
Ifflet, Crttnboists and tudftmi,-*
9010  WESTMINSTER   ROAD,
[VANCOUVER,-- B- C.
WINDERMERE
NURSERY.
Has now a limited
number of
VIIHIt ME TREES
FOR SALE
of the varieties specially
selected and suitable lor
this district
1ST CHOICE •   25 CENTS
2ND        "    *   28    V-
If selected by the purchaser, 1st choice. 20c. ;
2nd choice, 16c.   Apply to
El.HIH, mra
WILMER, B, C.
MAT FARMRES WANT.
The progressive farmer now-a-days
* the one that keeps himself posted on
he latest devices and practical know-
edge of experts to make farm work
jasy, and at the ssme time get the
jesi results.   The agricultural columns
of The Family Herald and Weekly Star
of Montreal are admittedly the best in
this country for the Canadian farmer.
i No purely agricultural paper costing
I twice the money furnishes the farmer
to-day with as good information as
Ihe Family Herald and Weekly Star
and at the same time gets a weekly
newspaper without a peer and a magazine equal to any of the best English
or American publications.   A weekly
I newspaper, magasine and agricultural
paper—all three combined—for one dollar a year is what one gets in The
Family  Herald and Weekly Star, and
.  farmer's home in Canada can afford
.o be without it.   Send one dollar for
1909 and you will find it more than fills
ne bill, ,
ft
READ THE "TIMES" FOR NEWS.
60 YEAH*
EXPERIENCE
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Trade Marks
Designs
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Bersift*
Ltyir licioti id
Notice is hereby given that one
month after date I intend to apply to
the Superintendent of Provincial Police
'or a renewal of my Hotel License t<
sell intoxicating liquors under th
provisions of the Statutes in that beht I
in the premises known and described a
the Queen's Hotel, situated at Golden
B. C.
J.* C.   GREENE.
Golden,   B. C,   November   2id.,
1908. 29-5t
LAND NOTICES, 60 DAYS
INSERTED IN
"THE GOLDEN TIMES"
4T $5.00 PER PARCEL
HUGH     MACDONALD.
Bareister a Solicitor.
GOLDEN,    B. C.
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
lime for the reception of tenders for
Vernon, B.C., Public Building, has
>ieen extended to December 30th, 1908.
Plans and specifications may also be
•teen at Victoria and Vancouver, B.C.
By Order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, November 20th, 1908.
CHIN    BOW
-RESTAURANT  AND BAKERY-
FRESH  FRUIT
CONFECTIONERY
TOBACCOS * CIGARS
MEALS AT ALL HOURS. THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
s\ohQ Fown
The Rink is now in full swing.
Notice
Golden Land District
District of North East Kootenay.
Percy Boyd returned from the coast   Take notice that Frank Richardson,
t -A*    A *■   _S__ W*.        «•"« .* —
Centrally located and fitted with modem conveniences.
Cusine Unexcelled.     The Bar is Stocked with the best
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
RATES $2.00 TO $5.00 PER DAY
J. C. Greene, Proprietor
OUR   NEW  STOCK j0   &
Of late Summer and Fall Goods has arrived at last
and you should call in and have a look ai the stock. .
There are some lovely pieces in the late st and most
up-to-dste shades and pattern*. No trou>>'le to show   .
«        them.
ALEX. J. MATHIESON,   Tin TAILOR.
COLUMBIA RIVER
LUMBER CO.. LTD.
MILLS AT COLDEN, REAVE,., KAULT & CARLIN
—£a-,Q9Q.f 0909aeooe#eoiOooeeoeoooeo<i<i*'OeeoaoaeeeeoS'*|
2 LARGEST CAPACITY IN BRITISH   ! OLUMBI >. •
•        ALL KINDS OF LUMBEit, LATH A   li SHINGLES.        {
mwoodToR ^ale.
TERMS CASH. HEADOFFIt t buLDtN, % C.
••••••••••••••••••••••-''■'-^
1 COLUMBIA •
JBarberShopj
First Class Work in
all branches of the
{ T0NS0RIAL ART
a
f        Bathroom in connection *
•o—
Woo4! wood!
A few Cords of first class dry Wood
-AT-
$5.00
PER   CORD.
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS NOW!
AW. CONNER, COLDEN
A    Til,. CHURCHES.
Romam ..in.'.icciiuich—Rev. Father
Loom.,  0. M.   1.  tasior.    Services
I vviv aw'-n ■. ouutiiiy  in each month.
vl ass 10-a. ui., uenedicion 7:30  p. m.
iinuay SCItuoi ewiy a>umi ly at 2 p.m.
;•.. .'tn.. * Aug.lean — Rev. C. F.
t&ibn \ . jViaiiiitci 11 a. m. Even-
| uiig 7:!10 p. in. every suntlay.   Sunday
i)l l.uaJI Z:'M p.m.
Uracaj Methodist church- Rev. F. L.
Carpenter Pastor. Services every Sunday ll i.. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath
Shcoui is.30 p. m. Prayer meeting
every W edm-stiay at 8 p. m.
j bt. Aim. t-wa i resbyterian-Rev. W.
L. Mat-Kae, Pastor. Services every
Sunday 1. a.m. and 7*30 p. m. Sunday
School 2;oU p.m. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday at 8 p. m.
WHY NOT THE BEST ?
When the best can be had at the
same prict asthe inferior article, why
not hau ii.e best? There is absolutely
rtp'doul.ii nat the Family Herald and
Weekly Mar of Montreal is the best
do I rV worth in the line of newspapers. It is an educator for the whole
family. It has more features than any
other half dozen big city papers or
magasihes. - Give it a'trial for 1909,
\and you will be glad of your bargain.
[Thursday.   ^^^^^^^^^^^
Repeat ia :-"Shiloh's Cure will
always cure my coughs and colds."
J. D. McCormack returned Friday
from a business trip to the coast.
Tom Williamson of Athalmer came
down on the stage Friday.
Wm. Scott returned Friday from a
visit to the Old Country, and Eastern
Canada.
Repeat it :- "Shiloh's Cure will
always .-ure my ccughs and colds."
R.R. Bruce of Wilmer, arrived in
town Thursday, and left Friday for
Scotland, where be will spend the
winter.
of Athalmer, B. C, occupation Store
manager, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:—
Commencing at a post pi .nted at the
North East cornel of William Palmer's
pre-emption, thence South 60 chains
to the northerly limit of Hector
Campbell's pre-emption, thence East
;i>) chains, thence North 60 chains,
thence West 20 chains to the point of
commencement and containing 120
acres more or less.
FRANK RICHARDSON,
William Palmer, Agent.
Dated October 10th, 1908. 30-2mo
Notice
Golden Land Distkict
For Sale-One Remington Typewriter
. . . District ok North East Kootenay.
in perfect working order.-Apply al
this office
6t.
of   the i
Take notice lhat William H. Palmer,
of Athalmer, ii. C„ occupation rancher
C. E. Sweiberg, manager of the i j,lte.ui,, (() app;y f:;r permission to pur
Laborers Co-operative G.S. &C. min-| ,Ul. the f : ;.;-vingd"S itied lands:—
ing company, accompanied b> his son i ('pmnicncmg^i » post planted 20
Alvin, left Thursday for  their home,  " "»<souths y inn. tho South East
in Chicago.   They do not expect to return till early in the spring.
Repeat it:—"Shiloh's ure will
always cure my coughs and colds."
Mr. Dave .Bales of Windermere is
spending a few days in town. Mr,
Bales hss just completed three miles
of irrigation ditch, on the west side of
Windermere Lake, for the Columbia
River Fruit Lands Co.
; ii
Jidlclois ilnrliiiii is the only real
nil to "stir things m." com lost (hau
HINDU, Ml briifs bitttr rsturns than ll
most silvery-topl hIimm could.  Try
llnTimis.
A meeting of the Golden Football
Club will be held Friday Evening, for
the purpose of electing officers fir
the ensuing year. After the footbail
meeting, a meeting for the purpose of
organising a Hockey Club will be held.
All who are interested in hockey are
urged to attend.
t-tter of my pre-emption near Sinclair,
'.', C, and in a line with the easterly
• nit thereof, tlienoe N ,h 20 chains to
s:iid South et!.'tnv..v .wrner of said
pre-emption, thpnee West 40 chains,
thence South 20 chains, thence East 40
hains to th.; p .ice of commencement.
WILLIAM   FT.  PALMER.
Dated October 20th. 190S.        3l-2mo.
NOTICE
Columbia Land District.
District of North East Kootenay.
Take notice that Edmund J. Mills of
Galena, B. C, occupation, Rancher,
inlands to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands :-
Commencing at a post planted at the
North Esst corner of Lot 9002 (E. J.
Mills pre-emption), thence South along
the East boundary of said lot to the
S.E. corner of said lot, on the North
boundary of the C. P. R. Lot Ne. 349
about 58 chains; thence East along the
N. boundarp of Lot 849, 40 chains;
thence North 20 chains, thence West
20 chains, thence North about 88 chains
tb th e C. P. R. Belt line, thence West
20 chains along the C.P.R. Belt line to
place of commencement, and containing 119 acres more or less.
.       E. J. MILLS. Applicant.
Dated December 10th, 1908.     36-lmo
NOTICE.
Goldem Land District
District of North i>. j
Kootenay.
Take notice lhat •»• d 1 ichardson
»f Alha-mer, B. C, ; ;,at!un Clerk,
iiiti-nds to apply for pej- :iiss;iin to purchase the foll"w;n  il scribed lands:—
Commencing at a post planted at the
.Corlh East cor- er of Hector Campbell's pre-emption, thence South following the Easterly limit, ut Hector Campbell's pre-emption 40 chains, thence
East 20 chains, thence North 40chains
hence West 20 chains to point of
commencement and containing 80 acres
more or less.
HAROLD RICHARDSON,
William Palmer, Agent.
Dated October 10th, 1908. 30-2mo
Notace
Golden Land Disthjct
District op North East Kootenay.
Take notice that John Henry Richardson, of Liverpool, Enp-land, occupation
Gentleman, intends tn apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:—
Commeneing at a post planted at the
North East corner of Gat-pard Levic'a
pre-emption, thence North 80 chains,
to the Southerly lim lof Duncan Yuill's
pre-emption thence West 40 chains,
thence South 8n chains, thence Eaut 40
chains to the place of commencement
and containing 320 acres.
JOHN HENRY RIChARDSON,
Willi!n. 1 a ir.er, Agent.
Dated October 13th, 1908. 30-mo

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