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Keremeos Trumpet
Vol. I.
tffc^EMEOS, B.C.,  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11,  1908.
No. 25
MISS LOWNDE
Teacher of Pianoforte and Ai
Jcertificated Royal College of Mu
don) gives lessons in Keremeos
Town Hal1 every Friday and S;
and is open lo engagement for ar
irnents.    Terms on application.
Hkpley, B.C.
Nursing Sister E. A. Hancoclc;
A.N.S.R., C.M.B., I.on. Eng.
Will receive a limited number of ases
requiring nursing on and after the iSlh of
September.
Telephone .1.1, Penticton.
GEO. KIRBY,
Notary Public.
REAL ESTATE, MINES.
Agent for :
London At Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.
Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.
Kkrkmkos, B. C.
EZRA MILLS,
Contractor and Builder,
KEREMEOS, B.C.
C. A. STOESS,
B. C.  LAND SURVEYOR.
IRRIGATION WORKS.
Residence al Old Townsite, or inquire
at Ihis office.
JOHN KNUDSON,
OONTRAOTOR and BUILDER.
Estimates Furnished.
Workmanship Guaranteed.
J. A. BROWN,
Notary Public.
CONVEYANCING.      REAL ESTATE.
FIRE INSURANCE.
OmOB   ....    Kkrkmkos, B.C.
SIMILKAMEEN
LO.LNo.1770
Meets Tuesday on or before
Ihe full moon in each month
in   Keremeos School House.
Visiting members cordially invited.
D. J. Innis, W. M.
D. McCi'RDV.R. S.
Stage Lines.
Fi.ikr Stack.
Leaves Keremeos daily, except Sunday,
at noon, arrives at lleillev .1 p.m.
Leaves Hedley daily, except Sunday,
at 8 a.m., arrives at Keremeos 11 a.m.
Only through connecting stage between
Penticton, Keremeos, Hedley At Princeton. I
J. F. RoYKR, I'roprielor.
Kkrkmkos Hkdi.kv Mail Stack.
Leaves Keremeos ilaily. except Sunday,
at 1 p.m.; arrives in Hedley at 5 p.m.
Leaves Hedley daily, except Sunday, al
7 a.m., arrives in Keremeos al II a.m.
D. J. Innis, Proprietor.
Kkrkmkos Pkntkton Mail Stack.
Leaves Keremeos for Penticton on Monday's, Wednesdays and Fridays, at noon.
Leaves Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 6 a. m., arriving in
Keremeos al noon.
W. K. Wki.hv, Proprietor.
Similkameen Land Diatrict.
Manuel or nu i
•PAKK NOTK1 Ami Cli.i.. v  st.,..  Imwjm,
** of MHMHi IM'.. ImtOmm In appli fnr prr.
tni-.ion li. pur, hitsi' .1 ._CWO at raa ni Intnl. Unit: thai
<-, | i>r p.inrl nf latlil  known   it.   I.ol   MKlnS in  the
wttmtnom MvWmi oi %'.11.- in.in.t.
I'lMKI ■   V  Sl.'lv.
Ita. *^^
iers' Reunion,
cr I	
r^pur ilQuks are due to Mr. J. R.
JOTksonJMipway, secretary of the
Kettle ft«V#r and South Okanagan
Pioneers Mociety, for an   invitation
attei)<Ktheir annual reunion at the
l«I Hotel,Keremeos, on Thursday next, Sept. 17th.
This is the first time the reunion
has been called for Keremeos and
no doubt the oldtimers of this valley will fully appreciate the honor
and will all be on hand to welcome
their old tilicums ofthe early days
and do what they can to make their
visit here a pleasant one.
There has been some confusion in
regard to the date of the reunion,
which, however, is to be held on
Thursday, Sept. 17th. The business meeting is called tor five o'clock
and the banquet for seven.
As regards eligibility for membership, and the right to be present at these reunions, all that ap-
pears to be required is a residence
of twelve years in the district included in the Kettle river and south
Okanagan (including the Similka-!
meen) valleys. We understand
that formerly a residence prior to
the high water in 1894 was required
but that has since been extended to
include those who came in in '96 or
prior. The Trumpet extends a note
of welcome to the oldtimers and
trusts that their meeting at Keremeos will be one of unalloyed happiness.
Work on the Ditch.
E. L Bogart and his gang of
workmen are now busily engaged
putting in the first stretch of pipe
for the big irrigation ditch. They
have pitched catnp at a spot convenient to their work about a mile and
a half above town. Mr. Bogart
expects to be joined this week by
his brother, who has been laid up
with an injured eye.
The contract for Ihe bridge across
the river has been closed with Harry
Swan, and it is expected pile driving will be commenced this week.
The gang of Italians, engaged
across the river tin the reserve, are
rapidly pushing the ditch to the
point of intake. There remains a
considerable stretch, however, yet
to be done on the reserve on this
side of the river.. While a good
deal of it should Le comparatively
easy there are places where it will
be slow going and additional force
will be necessary lo complete it by
the end of November.
s'
W. J. Ryan, the man who ran
amuck at the Model livery stable
last week, has demanded a speedy
trial. His case will be heard at
VemOfl in the near future.
Labor Day at Hedley.
All trails led to Hedley on Monday. It was the centre of attraction for the Similkameen and even
beyond. In the program of sports
and entertainment arranged by an
energetic celebration committee
there was something to attract
everyone. Keremeos was practically deserted for two days by all
who could possibly get away and
could find means of conveyance to
the neighboring town.
The baseball tournament and
horse racing were the features of
the celebration. In the former a
purse of $200 was put up for competition and then $300 was spent in
bringing in players from Spokane
and elsewhere to keep the money in
Hedley. In the horse races every
event had a large field and was
keenly contested.
Of the winners from Keremeos
Hans Richter with Spanker got
third money in the open race, first
in the pony race with McGinty and
first in the boys' race with Black
Beauty, Charlie Allison up. In the
ladies' race May Smitheran took
first, Miss Everett second and Florence Sinclair third.
In the cowboys' race Tommy
Terabasket with two entries captured first and second. Charley
Shuttleworth of Okanagan Falls did
well with his roan, winning the
matched race against Frank Royer
and taking first in the saddle race.
Garrison of Penticton won the big
money in the open event.
At the traps Hedley again gave
evidence of their prowess, and in
competition with Fairview retained
the Shatford cup won at Keremeos
on the 24th. The highest individual score was made by F. H. French
with 20 out of a possible 25. Ed.
Richter was second with 19, while
four contestants were tied for third
with 18 each. In the shoot off Harris won out.
Considerable interest centered in
the rock drilling contest.for which a
big purse had been hung up. In
this, Tim tirilTin and Billy Trembly
were the winners, though their success was possibly due as much to
the hard luck of their opponents in
the breaking of drills as to any
prowess on their own part.
In baseball it was easy picking
for Hedley's Hired Help. They
won the first game from Princeton
on Monday afternoon by a score of
6-0 and on Tuesday administered
an even worse drubbing to the ambitious Nighthawkers, defeating
them 7-0. For two days Hedley
could boast of having a real ball
team.
The dance given in Fraternity
Hall   on   the  evening  of the   first
day's celebration was a decided
success hut with a larger hall would
have been much more enjoyable.
Up The Ashnola.
A party consisting of W. H. Stover, Arthur and Albert Mattice and
Jack Bouillard left here on Saturday on a hunting, fishing and exploring trip up the Ashnola. They
were driven as far as the canyon
from where they intended making
the rest of the trip on foot; their
camping outfit being carried on a
pack horse. Mr. Bouillard has received word from the Oregon Nursery Co. to report at Salem, in consequence of which the party were
timing themselves to get back today. Mr. Stover has heard that
away up among the clouds, on the
peak of one ofthe higher mountains
of the Ashnola watershed, reposes
an extinct volcano, and despite his
three score years and ten, intends
to explore for himself. He undertook the difficult feat of scaling the
lofty heights with as much energy
and pleasurable anticipation as a
youth of twenty. We hope to present to our readers a full account of
the trip in Mr. Stover's own dashing narrative. They anticipated some excellent sport with rod
and gun.
Later.—The party returned o.i
Tuesday evening, carrying their
game in their vest pockets, and
without the crater of the extinct
volcano. Jack Bouillard's haste to
get off to Salem is given out as the
reason for the abbreviated trip, but
we have heard it whispered that the
real reason is that the pace set by
J. W. in climbing the hills was too
strenuous for the other members e>f
the party.
Three gentlemen, representing
the express department of the C.
P. R were in Keremeos on Tuesday and after a brief survey of the
valley left via Penticton. We understand that the object of this trip
was to gain some idea ofthe amount
of shipping from ihis point, and if
possible divert it over the C. P. R.
lines via Midway.
Two more cases of typhoid de\ eloped during the past week Mrs.
P. Marks and R. H. Carmichael.
Mr. Carmichael was taken ill on
Sunday and on Monday left for the
hospital at Grand Forks, being accompanied as far as Oroville by
J. J. Armstrong and all the way by
Mike Costello. Mrs. Marks is
sharing a room with Mrs. Keeler
over the restaurant, which is temporarily closed. Moth are doing
well under lhe skilful nursing of
Mrs. Saunders. Mr. Meausette is
making favorable progress and his
little daughter is now  convalescent. Box Social.
The following program was rendered at the box social given at the
lown hall on Friday evening by the
ladies of the Church Aid Society.
It would be far from truthful to say
that all the numbers were rendered
in faultless style, but the large audience that had turned out was not
in a critical mood and the program
was thoroughly enjoyed from start
to finish, everyone taking part (even
lo Pete in the role of conductor) receiving liberal applause.
I'ROCKAMMK.
Instrumental duet, Mrs. Frith
and Miss I.owndes; dialogue, "Out
All Around"; vocal duet, Mrs. Frith
and Mrs. Brown; recitation, Miss
Oriel Meausette; solo, "There let
me Rest," Mr. Milburn; recitation,
Mrs. Pairell; dialogue, "Personating Elders;" solo, "The Swallows,"
Mrs. Hrown, encore, "Play in Your
Own Back Yard"; recitation, Mrs.
Carl; dialogue, "Trip to Chicago."
Rev. Mr. Cameron performed the
duties of chairman in happy style
and at the conclusion of the program called upon Mr. Menary to
auction off the brilliant array of
lunch boxes provided by the ladies.
While less fluent than most auctioneers we have listened to, Mr. Menary proved effective in getting the
coin as evidenced by the net receipt
of $63.05. This amount was increased by $2.00 hv little Helen
Richter from the sale of flowers.
Mrs. Frith and Miss I.owndes
performed the difficult task of selecting the prize-winning boxes and
made their award as follows : 1st,
Miss Jessie Phelps; 2nd, Miss Bessie Richter; 3rd, Miss Annie Moon-
ey.
lhe bidding throughout was animated and when a gentleman wanted to partake of the refreshments
provided by a certain young lady in
particular, he had to pay for the
privilege.
The box social over and the
MO** ready lo disperse, those, so
disposed, commenced arrangements
to wind up the evening with an impromptu dance, and il was rather
Unfortunate thai the scruples of a
few should have prevented their
doing sii, as many ol those who attended the function and spent their,
money freely, were inclined to think |
that it was, lo say the least, rather
inconsiderate treatment.
Abdul A/iz, Sultan ol Morocco,
has given up the struggle and relinquished the throne to his usurping
kinsman, Mulai llafid. In the
words of the poet, Abdul Aziz becomes Abdul as was.
Arthur Hickling, who has large
coal interests at Princeton, passed
through here on Friday on his way
up the valley. Mr. Hickling is impatient at the slow progress lhe V.
N. & E. is making in connecting
Princeton with the outside and thereby paving lhe way fa development
ofthe coal industry al thai point.
Quiet on the Shuswap.
Victoria, Sept. 5. -The difficulty
with the Indians at Salmon Arm
has been settled by superintendent
of provincial police, Hussey, without appeal to force, and a dangerous situation has been averted
through the tact and skillful handling of the Indians by the veteran
police officer.
Rescuing those of their tribe who
were sent to jail for an infraction of
the game laws, the Indians of the
district then assumed a threatening
attitude. Chief Hussey was sent
out by the government to quiet the
disturbances aud on his approach
the Indians fled. He sent out runners informing them that they must
come in and hold a pow-wow, and
such was their confidence in him
that the delinquents came. As a
result of the conference, the chiefs
have agreed to pay a fine, the
braves implicated in the rescue
have surrendered themselves to the
law, and all have promised to respect the fishery regulations in future. The Indians who effected the
rescue, in view of the surrender,
will not be prosecuted by the crown,
attorney general Bowser has announced.
When in
Keremeoe
atop at tho
Central Hotel
Tweddle & Reith,
Special attention to
Commercial Men,
Tourists
and Land-seekers.
Headquarters for all
Stage Routes.
Livery Stable
in connection.
Oood table.
Large, airy and
comfortable rooms.
I'tee  bus lo and from
all Irains.
Proprietors.
Okanagan College,
Summerland, B.C.
The Fall Term will begin on
Wednesday, Sept. 23, 1908.
College Matriculation, Junior
and Senior.
Commercial Course.
Stenography and Typewriting.
Vocal and Instrumental Music.
For further particulars address  the
Principal,
KvKKKTT W.   S.WVVKK.
Lumber and
Builders' Supplies.
Rough
Lath
and
Shingles
Dressed
Sashes
Lumber
Doors
Kstimates of i
:osl
: cheerfully fur-
nished to Intend)
11 g
builders.
Contrails  tor
all
kinds of build-
ings in town and
1 country promptly
executed.
J. KNUDSON,
Contractor and Builder.
KkkI'Mkos, B.C.
The Big Store.
The
Keremeos
Commercial
Company
wish to announce to their many
customers that they are here to
stay and will protect them with
the best prices going.
"Royal Household" Flour   Ogilvies Best Brand.
Rolled Oats.     Bran.     Shorts.     Feed Wheat.
Look over our stock and get prices.
Keremeos Commercial Co The Keremeos Trumpet
NHUad i-y.-ry PiMu .tt tit. aWto,
KlTt'tlll'llS,   ll.C".
Subm'riptiiin $2.00 a yi'ar, $1.00 tor six months,
ill advance.
Aa*trt*tUotJ Kati*s. I<t;.il nntii-os. lie per line
first insertion, 10e per line eaeh subsequent insertion.
Land notiees Certttieates nf improvement,etc.. $8.00
for fXWay notiees, $5.00 for .KVJay notices. Contract
display advertisintf. 25c. |ht inch per week. Transient adiertisements, such as Lost. Found, Wanted,
etc.. not oaXtmAAtM nnt- inch. $1.00 first insertion, or
thriv insertions tor $_\00. l.ts'al reading notices,
25c. iht line.
J. A. HKOWN, I'uhlisher.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1908.
Better Sanitation Needed.
A   health   officer   with   authority
and ability to enforce proper   unit-1
ary conditions is needed in Keremeos at the present time.
It is premature to agitate for ex- |
pensive systems of sewerage and
water supplv but much may be done
lo improve existing conditions by
individual effort and a little concerted action.
A deep well, cased so as to get
below the surface water, would be
inexpensive, and by being centrally
located c mid be made to answer I
the purrose of the village for tha
preset.
Thorough cleaning and disinfection of hack yards, the proper use I
of screens to exclude flies and the
boiling of all water used for drink-]
ing purposes will greatly mitigate
if not entirely remove the danger ot
fever.
It is better for the people of Keremeos to admit the fact that sanit-|
ary conditions are not what they
should be, and put forth an honest
effort lo improve them, than lo sit
mum and passive for fear the reputation of our town may suffer
abroad. Keremeos should be one
ofthe healthiest places in the province, and no doubt will be if proper
sanitary conditions are observed.
A difference of opinion exists as
to the relative merits of bench and |
bottom lands for fruit culture. Many
BU of lhe opinion, in fact, that fruit
cannot be grown to advantage on
our bottom land, bul the experience of old time ranchers all points
to the contrary. Nowhere do lhe
trees thrive belter or the fruit reach
greater perfection than in the bottom land orchards which we have
visited in the lower \ alley. On Friday evening Win. Manery brought
to this office a half dozen apples of
the "Wealthy" variety which averaged 14 inches in circumference and
17 ounces in weight. They were
all nicely colored and, though we
Cannot recommend the Wealthy as
a mercantile apple, the incident
proves beyond reasonable room for
doubt the value ol our rich bottom
lands for purpose of fruit culture.
The Trumpet appears litis week
as a six-pa^e paper instead of an
eight as formerly. We offer no
apology. A certain proportion between advertising and news matter
must be observed. Many of our
citizens have caught on to the fact
that a real live newspaper is a great
factor in advertising a district and
assisling   in   its   development    and
have accorded the Trumpet a liberal support. Others appear to regard us as a philanthropic institution, devoting its best energies to
advancing their interests and requiring nothing in return. As soon
as this latter class change their
mind, and are willing to do the fair
thing, we shall be pleased to restore
the paper to its former size. In
the meantime we must reduce our
staff and with less space at our disposal endeavor to do what we can
to hasten the development of the
district, a development which is
bound to come, which the lethargic
may retard but cannot stop.
During the month of July 11,332
immigrants arrived in Canada as
compared with 26,341 for the same
month last year. For the first six
months this year immigrants entering   Canada    totalled    107,451,    as
compared with 195,760 for the nma
period a year ago. For the six
monlhs to June 30, 437 immigrants
were refused landing at ocean ports
and 872 returned. For the three
months of April 1 to June 30, 223
immigrants were refused entrance
from the l'nited States.
Win. Splawn, agent of Uncle
Sam, has been ransacking the Palmer Mountain district for cavalry
horses and finding very few that
come up to the required standard.
He is on the wrong side of the line
to find A No.  1 saddle horses.
C. L. CUMMINGS,
GENERAL   BLACKSMITH.
llORSKSHOKINi".
Carriage Building,  Repairing and Painting
STAND:
Opposite the Central Hotel.
Tinsmithing.
All kinds ol Sheet Metal  Work in
Tin, Copper, Sheet Iron, etc.
-—o—
F .vKTmu'i.HiNi. a Specialty.
Plumbing.    Pipe fitting and cutting.
Pumps repaired.
Fstimates furnished on application.
Leave orders at
Keremeos Hardware Store.
H. B. Meausette,
Keremeoa, B.C.
If eremeos Hardware
Buy your Machine Oils at the   Keremeos  Hardware
and save money.
Buy a " New Century" Washing Machine  and
save mother.
xx
"Flintkote" Roofing,
the most easily and quickly laid, most durable, and altogether the most desirable roofing material to be had.
The price is low for the value.
XX
A full line of "(DotllX" Paints and Oils—none better.
E. M. CROOKER.
Alkazar Hotel
Keremeos, B. C.
PERCY  MARKS     -     -      PROPRIETOR.
B.C.
Livery, Feed & Sale Stables
KEREMEOS and HEDLEY, B.C.
Comfortable
and
Commodious
Stabling
for Teams
Prompt attention to all customers.
Good Rigs
Careful Drivers
Draying
of all kinds
Land-seekers and Tourists invited to give us a trial.
D. J. INNIS,
Proprietor.
HUGHES & MILBURN,
Builders and Contractors
I.imt', Cement, C'I'tni'tit   Mocks aiul   Brick lor sale.
Plastering   Masonry   Painting   Paper-Hanging
Kslimalcs givea lor all ami every kind ol I oment Work
anil Building generally.
Write ns for pii.es. Ilistanco M object.
E. J. HUQHE8.
a MILBURN. Local and General.
The rate of taxation for the fold-
stream municipality has been fixed
at 8 4-5 mills.
The latest estimate of the Northwest wheal crop is 110,000,000
bushels, oats 91,000,000, barley 33,-
000,000.
The Farmers' Union at Armstrong
have suspended operations. During the last four months they incurred a deficit of nearly $400.
The provincial government grants
to Kernie $25,000 for a new public
school, $5,000 for city buildings,
and $5,000 for sidewalks and
streets.
The Hon. Clifford Sifton has
stated definitely that he is again
willing to accept the liberal nomination for the Dominion constituency
of Brandon.
Alfred Sbelton,  a burglar   who
was caughl in the act, broke jail at
Ladysmith a few hours after his arrest, and put tO sea in   a   skiff,  but
was pursued and captured after a
long chase.
The rebuilt town of Fernie is still
without licensed hotels. Kvery
license was canceled at the time of
the lire, and as all the rebuilt hotels
are on different sites from the old
ones a total readjustment is required.
Wm. K. Edgar, a prospector,
aged about (>0, while working in
the shaft ot tbe Big Horn mine near
Ymir, a properly which he had been
developing for the last ten or twelve
years, struck a missed hole wilh
his pick and was killed by the explosion that ensued.
J. A. R. Rome, former manager
of the bank here and now located at
Vancouver, was in town for it low
hours on Kriday, arriving via slage
from I'entieton and leaving on the
V. Y. & K. Mr. Rome collected
what belongings he had here and
hade his friends good bye.
Hill Gainey, a former resident of
these parts, and at one time keeper
ot the way-house al Osoyoos, has
secured by pre-emption and purchase a Ine tract of 800 acres oi
land M the line of the Grand Trunk
Pacific, abOUl 100 miles up the
Skeena river from Prince Rupert.
Andrew C'ummings was sentenced at Prince Rupert to six months
hard labor for attempting to keep a
last bouse. The clerk of the court
wrote the fu.ding "six months II.
I..," and on account of the faulty
Wording the prisoner was released
from jail after he had been confined
one month.
K. Adrain Meyer, customs officer
at Vernon, died hist week, aged 69.
Before coming to this province sixteen years ago he spent many years
in China and Japan, and for important services in connection with the
educational system in lhe latter
country was created a count of the
Japanese empire. He leaves a wile
and three sons.
ENTIRELY NEW
AND FIRST-CLASS
FAMILY HOTEL.
Headquarters in the Lower Similkameen
for Commercial Travelers and
Mining Men.
HOTEL KEREMEOS
OPPOSITE G. N. R. STATION.
GEO. KIRBY,
MANAGER.
Keremeos, B.C.
SALE OF LANDS tet unpaid ctaHnnusnl taxes in lhe Kettle River AsNossmenl District, Province of British Columbia.
1 herein give notice that on Friday, the 9th day of October, A.D. 1908, at the hour of twelve o'clock noon, I shall sell by
public auction Ihe lands hereinaftei set ont for the delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the .Mst day of December
1907, and for interest, costs and expenses, including tho cost of advertising the said sale, if the total amount due is not
sooner paid.
DM INOl KNT  TAXKS
Namk or Pkrsox
A-SSKS-Shll.
Assi'sstll
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Sueur IH:si kii'iion uv Propkrty.
John Matlice Subdiv. No. 29 of Lot 110, Twp. 52 $ lb 20
VV. I.. DKath N. % of N.K. % of Sec. 3d. N.  % N.W. '4 Sec. 35 Tp. 53  lb 00
Win. Johnstone S.K. % Sec. 28, N.W.  ', Sec. 22, Tp. 5.1  60 00
Shultleworth Kstate . . l.ot M6 Tp. S6               9 00
DagaM l.illespie N.K. '4 Sec. 14, N.W.  \ See. 13, Tp. 88  25 20
A. A. Grant  Lot 3186 Tp. 89 '  13 20
K. II. Carey Lot 2454 Tn. 67    6 00
T. J. Smith Subdiv. No. 28 of Lol 4 Q 7 and Subdiv. No. 28.\ of Lot I O 7 .. 10 26
A. J. Aleock Subdiv. No. 44 of Lol I C. 7 and Subdiv. No. 44\ of Lol 5 G 7 . .
Lois 4 and 5 Hlock K of l.ot 4 C. 7  10 26
J. E. Bat.ll Subdiv. No. 64 at Lot 5 C, 7 and Subdiv. No. 04 a of Lol 115 ....
Subdiv. No. 77 of Lot 250  11 34
Unknown owner Subdiv. No. 53 of Lot 250  4 05
Unknown owner Subdiv. No. 85 of Lot 250  2 40
A. Wilson Subdiv. No. 68 of Lol 115 and Subdiv. No. 118 of Lol 116	
Subdiv. No. 120 of Lot 116  21 60
Svhool
turn
$ I  08
50
22
15
18
InUTi'st
to Data
of ad*
$ 0 80
75
2 70
45
1 45
60
30
1 05
Statutory
Cost*
and
I\\|S'I1NI-S
$ 2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
$20 08
18 75
64 70
11 45
36 15
15 80
8 30
22 S3
1 00
85
20
10
2 00      20 41
2 00
2 00
2 00
W. A. McLean Subdiv. No. 86 of Lot 115.
S. J.  Kinney Subdiv. No. 98, 99 and 112 of Lot 116.
  5 40
  9 00
Wm. Gravson Subdiv. No. 109 of Lot 116  5 40
R. I). Docksleader. . . Lot 1105 0 1  7 20
''. M. Cranes Lot 2312 G 1  9 00
Gilbert McConnell Lot 7 Block 2, Map 479, Penticton  3 00
W. K. Welby Lots lb, 17, Block 2. and Lot 1 Block 13, lYnlicton Map 479. ... 37 50
' Unknown owner Lots 3, 4, Block 10, IVnticlon Map 479  3 00
Unknown owner Lot 27, Block 25, IVnticlon Map 479  60
P. II. Jones Lots 6, 7, 8 and 9, Block 26, IVnticlon Map 479  2 40
Dr. Steward Lois I and 2, Block 27, 1\ nlielon Map 479      9 00
John Philip Lots 11, 12, 13 and 14, Block I, Psotkton Map _o9  27 00
G. R.  Thompson Lot 1 Block A,  Penticton Map 269  6 00
John llamill Lois 2<> and 27, Block 4, Beaverdell  11 40
J. V. Anderaon  Lot 2 9 86  3 60
1 00
2 00
24 60
25
2 00
7 65
40
2 00
11 40
1 42
40
I 00
11 22
55
2 00
9 75
60
2 00
11 60
15
2 00
5 15
23 75
2 75
2 00
06 00
15
2 00
5 15
30
05
2 00
2 95
1 18
32
2 00
5 90
8 85
95
2 00
20 80
17 10
2 00
2 00
48 10
2 95
65
2 00
11 60
50
2 00
13 90
15
2 00
5 75
lairview, B.C., Sept. 5, 1908.
II. A. TURNER, DopuH Assessor and Collector,
Kettle River Assessment District.
Similkameen Saddlery Co. J. Bruno,
Harness
Saddles
-   Whips
Bits
Boots
Shoes
8 por cent, ott for cash.
Keremeos, Hedley & Princeton.
Model Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.
KEREMEOS, B.C.
Hay ami Grain Store in connection. Seed Wheal ami Hai lev tor sale.
J. F. ROYER, Proprietor.
Confectioner.
—o—
A Kull Line of
Confectionery,
Fruit,
Soft Prinks,
Tobacco ami Cigars,
Bread, Cakes, Pastry.
—o—
Pool Room In Oonnectlon.
—o—
Ice Cream Saturday Evenings.
Thomas & Harcelo's old stand,
KKRKMKOS.
OO TO THE
Booster's Barber Shop
and Bath Room
A. J.  SAUNDER8,   Prop'r. Keremeos Property is
a Good
Safe Investment.
3-ACRE LOTS
Ready for
Planting
$300
Per Acre
8 and 10 Acre
Lots
$200
Per Acre
M
1-3 Cash,
Balance in
3 Payments at
7 per cent.
Shut in by the mountains and only to be
reached by stage, the Valley was not known. Now the Railway is completed to Keremeos and they are busy grading on
to the Coast. When completed this will place the Valley
within 185 miles of Vancouver.
Prices of
TOWN LOTS :
We have laid out a Town Site at Keremeos, and the surrounding land in 3, 5 and 10 acre plots. A
COMPLETE SYSTEM OF IRRIGATION is under construction and is expected to be completed this fall.
Now is the time to come and get a piece
of this property while it is going at the present price, for
when the water is running on the ground it will double in
value.
m
Home-seekers or excursionists from the
East have a choice of routes to Keremeos. The Great Northern Railway, which taps the Prairie Provinces at numerous
points, furnishes a quick, comfortable and convenient means
of reaching the Similkameen at rates the same as to corresponding points on the C.P.R Or excursionists may come as
far as Midway over the Crow's Nest branch ofthe C.P.R. and
the remaining 90 miles over the Great Northern.
7th & 8th Ave. :
$250.00 each
5th Ave.
$200.00 each
4th Ave.:
$100.00 each
Half cash,
Balance in
one year at
7 per cent
rO v FULL PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Keremeos Land Co., Ltd.
J. «ii. ARMSTRONG, Manager.
V    KEREMEOS. B.C.
Ik	 LOCAL NOTES. the  declaration,   that   he   was   the
man who downed Thomet,   and   as
Mr.   Myers,   U. S.   customs   col-  the two answered in a general   way
lector  at   Chopaca,  and wife, were   to   the   description   of the Midway
] murderers, it was thought   hest   to
I make sure of their identity.    An ex-
i animation convinced the authorities
that the prisoners had  had   nothing
to do with the Midway   affair,   and
they were allowed to go.
Rev. Thorhum Conn, of Hedley,
passed through here yesterday wearing the smile that "won't rub off."
He was on his way to Winnipeg to
meet a Scotch lassie, fresh from the
old sod. The interesting ceremony
is fixed for the 23rd, provided the
ocean liner is on time. The Trumpet extends best wishes.
The transportation facilities of
our local liverymen were severely
taxed on Monday and Tuesday accommodating the crowds that took
in the Hedley sports and gangs of
So pronounced was the perfume men going up the valley for eon-
of Mephitis Mcphitica around   town   struction    work.       On    Tuesday   a
in town yesterday between trains
Tom Watson, a former resident
of Loomis, has, it is learned, lost
his arm in a railway accident in
California.
Miss Kate Moves, who has been
spending the past few months at
the coast, returned to Keremeos
Centre on Wednesday.
W. S. Longhurst, of the staff of
the Eastern Townships Hank of
Phoenix, is acting manager here
during the illness of Mr. Carmichael.
Hilliard Innis, who has been in
charge of D. J. Innis' livery stable
at Hedley, is ill with typhoid at the
residence of his mother, Keremeos
Centre.
Mr. Wilson ofthe Department of
Education was in town yesterday in
connection with the free text books
which the government is placing in
the public schools of the province.
A bunch of beautiful red and
white chrysanthemums were left in
our office yesterday by R. W. Nor-
they of Olalla. They were a sample
of the thousands growing in his
garden.
School re-opens Monday with
Miss Fergusson, a teacher of experience in New Zealand and more
recently in England, in charge.
"I do not think that there is a
country quite the equal of this great
province of British Columbia in the
whole world for the hunting of big
game," says Philip Oberlander, a
noted sportsman of Australia, who
is now in H. C.
yesterday morning that people forgot for a time to complain of the
well water.
Snow continued in sifjht  on Cho-
gang of 25 Swedes, engaged by
Madden Bros., sub-contractors, were
taken up to their camp by Innis.
C. H. B. Asquith, for many years
Eastern Townships Bank.
ESTABLISHED   1059.
Head Office,
Capital and Reserve,
Shkkhkooke, Quebec.
$5,000,000.00
paca up to the middle of July,   and   a Canadian newspaperman, and   for
the   peak   was   whitened   again   on   Ote past two years   publicity   writer
August 2S.      Summer   is   short   on
Chopaca heights.
Rev.    Mr.    Cameron    conducted
for the Alaska-Yukon-Pacifie exposition of 1'X)'), at Seattle, varies
Sir Wilfrid Laurier's  phrase   about
. ,   the 20lh centurv belonirintr to   Can-
services at rairview on Sunday and j ' ■    s
...    , _■ , c        ., _   m_ ada.     "The ll*th centurv," he savs,
went direct Irom there up the Okan-' 3
 , . ..    ,      "has been the centurv of the count-
agan to attend the   meeting   ot   the
Presbytery at Vernon. He will return to Keremeos in time for service next Sundav.
John Knudaon'l planer has arrived and been placed in position
but so far work has not been progressing very satisfactorily. The
engine, an eight horse power, appears unable or unwilling to perform
all that is required of il.
Rev. Mr. White, Baptist minister
of Summerland, conducted divine prjni
service in the town hall on Sunday
morning and Rev. Mr. Baker, Baptist minister of Penticton, in the evening. Despite the short notice
there was a good attendance at
both services.
ries of the Atlantic. To the countries of the Pacific belongs the commercial expansion of the 20th century."
Section Foreman Hendershott is
on the hunt for men. The pay now
is $2.25 a day.
Jack Allison, son of Mrs. Allison,
was accidentally killed in the northern wilds of B'C, recently, word of
which   has   only   reached   home.—
JEWELLER
On Wednesday W. J. Stover
brought us in a sample of strawberries, which, though small, were
of excellent flavor. They ripened
on plants set out last spring and
Mr. BtOVer appears al a loss lo
know whether the lata fruiting is a
characteristic of this particular variety (a Hood River berry) or merely
an eccentric performance on its
part. Mr. Stover also left with us
some very fine peaches growa on
his young trees. Both were thoroughly enjoyed.
As an aftermath of the Midway
shooting affray, two traveling workmen were arrested last Friday
morning by Constables Fwart and
Richter and held for a day until the
Boundary police could be heard
from. One of the two, while in his
cups the evening before, was silly
enough   to   declare,   and   to repeat
And Watchmaker.
X
Complete stock including
Optical   Goods.
Horse-shoeing a Specialty
KEREMEOS, B.C.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Saving's Bank Department.
Deposits of S1.00 and upwards received,  subject to no delay in  withdrawal  of all or any portion.
Keremeoa Branch. R. H. CARMICHAEL, Acting; Manager.
KEREMEOS MEAT MARKET
Choice Fresh Meats,
Cured Meats, Fish, Poultry,etc.
FRKK DHL IV FRY.
Special contract rates to camps.
Orders for Cured   Meats,   Fish  and   Poultry  promptly
and satisfactorily filled.
HIGHEST PRICK PAID FOR HIDES.
GEO. CAWSTON.
JADDIC   Tr*e JEWELER
nMnmo   Pe„ticton.
Registrar of Marriage Licenses.
P. BROMLEY,
GENERAL
BLACKSMITH.
COLEMAN & CO.
Druggists and Stationers
KEREMEOS CENTRE.
GENERAL STORE & RESTAURANT.
BREAD  ALWAYS   ON   HAND.
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. KEELER.
KEREMEOS, B.C.
(Opposite  llie  Keremeos  Lead  Company's Office.)

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