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KKRKMKOS, B. C, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, IW,
No. 47
MISS LOWNDES, WILL   HOLD   FAIR  HERE       Funeral of Mrs- Northco.
Teacher of l'ianoforto snd AccotDpeuHirt
(certificated [toy*] College of Musi.*, Lon-
don) open to cn^ajjvmtMit for accompaniments.    Termi on application.
HlPLtTi U. C.
J. A. BROWN,
Notary Public.
CONVEYANCING.  CUSTOMS BROK-
fcRAGE.   MRE INSURANCE.
Office   .   •   i Kssbmsos, B.C.
GEO. KIRBY,
Notary Public.
REAL ESTATE,
MIN ES.
A^ent for :
London & Lancashire Fire Ins.  t'o.
OOSSII Accident anil (iuaranteo Co.
Kkkkmkos,  H. L'.
EZRA MILLS,
Contractor and Builder,
KEREMEOS, B.C.
C A. STOESS,
B. C.  LAND SURVEYOR.
IRRIGATION WORKS.
Residence Sl  Old  Tevvnsile,  or  inquire
at this olliee.
JOHN KNUDSON,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Estimates Furnished.
Workmanship lliiaranleed.
SIMILKAMEEN
L. O. L. No. 1770
Meets Tuesday on or before
_                llie full moon iu each  month
-^fiZTitO   |„     K.remeos     Town      Hall
Visilinif members cordially  invited.
C. L l'i MNIIMIS, \V.   M.
D. McO iBDV.R. S.
Stage Lines.
Kl.IHR   SlVUF.
Leaves Keremeos ilaily, except Sunday,
al noon, arrives al lledlev  .' p.m.
Leaves Hedley daily, except Sundav,
at 8 a.m.. Strives at Kereineos 11 a.m.
Only through connecting slnirc between
I'entieton, Kereineos, lleillev \ Princeton.
I). I'.ll.i.isi'iF. Proprietor.
Kkkkmkos Hf.hi.fv M hi. St.vok.
Leaves Kereineos ilaily, except Sundav,
at I p.m.; connecting with all slaves   easl
anil wesi, arrives in lledlev al 5 p.m.
Leaves lledlev daily, exeept Sunday, al
8 a.m., arrives in Kereineos at 11 a.m.
I). J. Innis, Proprietor.
Kkkkmkos I'kntii ion Mail Si.viu-.
Leans Kereineos for Penticton on Mondays,  Wednesdays and  I'lidav s,  at  noon.
Leaves IVnticlon on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays al (> a. m., Striving in
Kereineos at noon.
\V. I-:. Wki.iiy, Proprietor.
FOR 8ALE.
One team of work   horses,   weight   aboul
1.1 cut.   each.      Harness   and   waifon,   in
good condition.    Enquire st this oaks or
of   J.   K.   Coulter,    W.    II.    Armstrong's
lower ranch.
Keremeos Fruit Growers Decide
in Favor of Local Eair Anxious to Co-operate With the
Upper Valley in an Exhibit
for the A.-V.-P. E.
At a well attended meeting ofthe
fruit growers of this district held
on Saturday afternoon several matters of interest were up for consideration.
A. Robertson quoted prices from
various linns on land fertilizers and
pointed out that hy the association
working together and  importing in
car lots a considerable saving could
he effected. It was deemed advis-
ahle, however, to do a little experimenting with the various kinds he-
fore ordering in larj,re quantities,
several being of the opinion that
the soil here does not require fertilizers.
Win. Riiif,r introduced the question of a fair for Keremeos. He
anticipated no trouble in securing
sufficient prizes to insure a nice
little exhibit of fruit and vegetables
and suggested that the choice from
this fair might he forwarded to the
Seattle fair. There was no difference of opinion as to the wisdom of
holding such a fair or of the benefits which would ensue and a resolution was passed in  accordance.
It was the unanimous opinion,
however, that if the   valley   vvas   to
be represented at the Alaska-Yukoo*
Pacific Exposition at Seattle, that
it should he done on a scale worthy
of the occasion, and for this purpose the secretary was requested to
correspond with the proper officials
to ascertain what space could be
secured in the Canadian building
and with the secretaries of the
boards of trade at Hedley and
Princeton with a view to co-operating in the expense and work necessary to provide an exhibit that
would do justice alike to the vvon-
ilerful mineral wealth oi our valley
and its unlimited possibilities in the
horticultural and agricultural field.
The scheme contemplates keeping a
man in charge oi the exhibit to
dispense information regarding the
valley and renewing the fruits and
other perishable exhibits when  IMC*
The funeral of Mrs. Bessie Northey, wile of R. VV. Northey of
Olalla, who died at the Washington
Hospital, Spokane, on Sunday,
Jan. 31st, took place on Thursday
of last week from the parlors of the
New England Undertaking Co.,
Spokane. The funeral services
were held in the chapel at that institution, the Kev. Alfred Lock-
wood, dean of All Saints Kpispocal
church, Spokane, officiating. Many
friends had laid wreaths and crosses
of (lowers on the casket until the
prolusion of lilies, roses and carnations completely covered it. The
interment was at Fairmount cemetery, Spokane. The mourners included R. \V. Northey, (husband),
ti. R. Northey of Creston, H. C,
and Stanley Northey, Spokane,
(sons), Mrs. \V. P. Spellman, Spokane, and Mrs. Robt. Anderson,
Rossland,   H. C,   (daughters), and
VV. P. Spellman,    Spokane,   f«f»n-ln
law).
Mrs. Northey had a large circle
of friends and acquaintances in
Rossland and Revelstoke, having
resided in' (he latter town in the
early nineties, and moved to Rossland in 1896.
yih'kk NUT   vr   im-:
Booster's Barber Shop
and Bath Room   |
A. J.  SAUNDERS,   Prop'r.      Be at tho town JmH tonight
Notice.
A matting is called for tomorrow
(Saturday) afternoon at 3 o'clock
in the Land Company's olliee to
consider the matter of organising a
board of trade Or some similar organization.     Re on hand.
LOCAL NOTES.
Attend the mooting tomorrow afternoon in the Land Company's
olliee.
Jules LePlant of Colville, Wash.,
was in town on Wednesday for a
short time on his way through to
Hedley.
O.   L.  Clarke,   of  the   Eastern
Townships bank stall, expects to be
transferred to the Phoenix office the
first of next month.
Otto Gaube of Penticton, an acquaintance of old standing of F.
Schneider's, was in Keremeos on
Monday on a trip east over the O.N,
"lei On Parle Prancnis" a laugh*
able farce in one act by I0..1I talent
and a select program of vocal and
iiistriimenl.il music in the town  hall
this evening.
ii. s. Lawrence ol  the  Beautiful
Valley Land Company left lor Winnipeg on Friday, his visit hon being shortened owing to  the   receipt
of a message stating that  his wife
was ill.
A special mooting of lhe Ladies'
Guild will be held at Ihe home of
Mrs. James Klmhirst on Thursday
afternoon, February 18th, at three
o'clock. A good attend.nice requested.
Encourage local talent and attend
the entertainment in the town kill
tonight under  the   auspices   of   the
Ladies Gui'o. Admission 50 cts.,
reserved seats 75 cts., children 25
cents.
George Loudon returned on Friday from a trip to Winnipeg, St.
Paul, Chicago and other large cities
in the middle west. He reports a
pleasant outing- as well as good
success in the business in which he
was eiifjajjed.
The first shipment of material for
the track west oi here arrived on
Tuesday and consisted of two car
loads of angle bars and spikes from
the Hamilton Steel P: Iron Co. Almost as weld me .is the arrival of
the material itself was the suj-ht of
the old Grand Trunk can in which
it was brought. They are Ihe st
of the old familiar brand vve have
seen during oui residence in the
valley.
F. Schneider returned last week
from his trip tc Winnipeg, He
BM succeeded in getting his business affairs st: lightened out to his
entire satisfaction and since his return has pu.chased no'i the Keremeos Land Company a three acre
lot on the   vest   side   of  I lie   town.
Ho believes tb tt there is an opening here for a i. ..line shop a.d intends erecting one on his property
at once.
A decided improvement na been
made in the RDpc.irancC I our town
this week by the ' ivinir of a substantial, six foot, nl.uik sidewalk 00
both sides of Maid o reet. It was
accomplished by the Tow tc Co.
taking the initl Itive and each citizen agreeing to wur the cost of the
walk in front ot hi. own property.
It now .eiuains to put n a couple
of crossings aid build across the
end of the block sO Wt to connect
with the walk put in by the railway
people. No dc bt this will be done
at an early date, as without it the
benefit of what has hoOfl done will
be only partially felt
Complaints   have    reached   this
olliee from resident living on the
bench of nuisance .a is, J bv a band
ol about ado/en hall -tan ed horse-
cast adrift bv th-ir owoets to foragi
lor   themselves,       We    are   not   so
much concerned about the la cow
lenience to the p, ool, re com
plaining (though ti. i is s, cneibkaj
which should nit ', ,->'■ rlookedl as
ne are for the ' ufbrtunatfl hoises
that ,ue tinned k'0'0 at this season
ol the year to tUSttO for themselves
feed which is not t I i> • had. From
a humane Standpoint it should not
be permitted and il tills gentle reference   to   the    subject   does    not
prove effective we trust  thu  the
constable vvill take a ind i" me
game and show the 0 neis of these
dumb creatures their duty, The Hedley Masquerade.
[By Special Reporter, ]
The winter of  llX)8-0()   vvill   bug
be remembered in Keremeos as one
of gaiety and standing out by itself,
to those who were fortunate enough
10 be of the number, will be the
Hedley masquerade ball. 'The day
was fine and the twenty miles in
pleasant company seemed like five.
As rij^ after rig drove up to the Similkameen hotel the excitement
grew apace and the Hedleyites
seemed to feel that if numbers had
anything' to do vvith it the success
of the ball was assured. After registering and seeing grips deposited
in the rooms the visitors explored
the "city" and after buying ;i few
needfuls returned to dine and dress.
Then the fun began. Dark passages aided the secrecy wilh which
costumes and characters had been
hidden from boon companions and
bosom friends. As the magic hour
approached weird figures might be
seen darting out of the rooms and
along dark passages to the fire escape not in panic though, but
merely to escape the fire of inquisitive eyes. As the masqueraders ascended the stairs leading to the ball
room they were accosted by a figure
who gave them a sign and alter the
counter sign was given they were
allowed to  proceed.
Quickly the large room began to
fill and dancing was soon in full
swing. 'The clowns were very
much in evidence with their nonsense and vied with each other in
an attempt to get into the good
graces of a mysterious female in
red skirts and hoops. Had they
been aware they were within reach
of the arm ol the law they might
have hesitated. Keremeos ladies
carried off the prizes for best costumes and desei v edly so, although
lhe decision of lhe judges vvas much
Commented upon, many being of
the opinion that Miss McLean as
"Topsy" should have had the prize
for the best sustained chain -let
amongst the ladies. Certainly her
"get-up" was gieat and her einrgv
nevet flagged from the time she
entered the room until she left it.
The prize winners from Keremeos
vveic Miss Phelps for best costume
and Miss Kirby tor best sustained
character. The former assumed
the , haracter of "The QtMOfl of the
Snow" and was (hooeod in a handsome COStume of white satin, trimmed with swan's down and silver
sequins; a fascinating cap of same
in. iict i. ils sat coqiettishlv upon a
fair wig. 'The latter vvas handsomely attired as Queen Elisabeth,
pink brocade trimmed vvith ermine,
high Elizabethan OOlat and crown.
Was it the responsibility of the
pageless train or the absence ot Sit
Walter Raleigh which gave thai
grave look to my lady's face }
Other noticable characters Were
a Japanese lady (Mrs. James Kim-
hirst) which was perfect in detail
and veil  becoming   to   the   vv eater.
Evening Star (Mn   F.  Richter) a
handsome black dress with large
silver stars cleverly contrived out of
tinsel. The hair vvas worn flowing
with a star over the forehead. A
charming     representation. Miss
Lowe's character escaped me but
she looked her neat and charming
self dressed in old rose with a conical shaped hat. Miss Lily Smith*
erani looked well as the Queen of
Hearts.
Red Riding Hood (Miss Rita
Kirby) looked sweet enough to be
eaten alive anh it was a good thing
no wolves were prowling around.
Miss ForgUSSOn as "The Goddess
of Wine" in wine colored satin,
with fur robe and carrying a golden
wand with a silver goblet at the top
was a great success. She also
wore a fair wig with flowers and
puzzled the "knowing ones" even
alter     unmasking. Miss    Annie
Innis looked charming in Highland
costume and was mistaken over and
over again for a younger sister.
Miss Lowndes (Hedley) vvas a very-
dainty Miss Mullet, and skipped
about as if she had not a care in the
world. Miss Myrtle McLean (Hedley) made a fascinating Scotch lassie, such as would have delighted
the heart of Bobbie Burns. Mrs.
Whillans (Hedley) looked exceedingly well as a trained nurse.
As to the men Mr. Han. Rogers
and Mr. Bob. McCurdy wore rich
and becoming costumes, lhe former
as a Mexican and the lattet as
Knave of Hearts. When dancing
in the Spanish Waltz with the
"Queen of SnOUf" and "The Goddess of Wine" the effect of the four
dresses was remarkable good. Mr.
C. V. Prosser, in the dress of a cowboy, appealed   to   good   advantage.
Mr. Hi neks (Hedley) wore a handsome dress as a Chinese potentate
anil looked very well indeed. Mr.
MacHallic as Mr. Pooley must have
given considerable thought to his
costume weich was a splendid disguise. Max Kwart, after getting
rid oi his hoops, donned the garb
of a Jack Tar, which became him
well. H. Richter as a clown and
C. Loudon as a bugler were both
good. There were many other
costumes too numerous to mention.
Miss Armstrong from Keremeos
assisted in the judging. Altogether there were about forty in attendance from Keremeos.
'The supper vvas laid in Fraternity
Hall and vvas an elegant spread and
UlUCh appreciated. The Hedley
people very generously extended
Ihe courtesy of sending the visitors
tii supper first and I can assure you
ample justice was done to the good
things provided.
Oood music, a good floor, good
partners and a good supper. What
more could the heart of man desiic?
or woman either? I only hope that
in the near future Keremeos will
waken up and show the Hedley
Iriends that they are not far benind
in the matter of entertaining. Why
should we not  have   a   masquerade
here? and soon?
When in
Keremeos
stop at th
.Central Hotel
Special attention to
Commercial Men,
Tourists
and I.anil-seekers.
I li'ulipi.irters for all
Stage Routes.
Livery Stable
in connection.
Good table.
I.ariro, any aiul
comfortable rooms.
Free 'bus to anil from
all trains.
Tweddle & Elmhirst,  -  - Proprietors.
The Big Store.
Bargains
Bargains
Bargains
Spring will soon be here and with it
our stock of goods for the new season
In order to make room we are offering exceptional values in what is left
of our winters'stock, including Dry-
Goods, Boots and Shoes, Gents' Furnishings. Big value for every dollar
spent here now.
" Royal Household" Flour   Ogilvie's Best Brand.
Rolled Oats.     Bran.     Shorts.     Feed Wheat.
A pleasure to show our goods.
Keremeos Commercial Go The Keremeos Trumpet
I'liMishwl M tsttta m tin- ..Hi«\
Ki-rrmros, ll.C.
Subscription $2.00 a year, $1.00 lor six months,
in advance.
AJwrtisinK Katrs. -Lt'K.ll notici-s, l.V per line
first insertion, l(V per line eaeh subsequent insertion.
Land notiees Certitieales of improvenieiil.ele.. $S.()0
for nO^lay notices, $5.00 for .K_day notices. CoStrSGt
display advertising. We, per inch [XT week. Transient advertisenu-nls. such as Lost. Found, Wanted,
etc.. not SBDSSdfaur OUS inch, $1.(X) first insertion, or
three insertions for $2.00. Local reading notions,
2.V. per line first insertion. l.V. eaeh subsequent insertion.
J. A. HROWN, Publisher.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1909.
Organization Needed.
A meeting, having for its object
the oriraniziiiij; of a board of trade
or some similar institution for the
purpose of advancing the interests
of our town and district, is to be
held in the Land Company's office
tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon at
three o'clock. The advantages
which may he gained from an organization of this kind have already-
been set forth in the columns of this
paper and need not be further enlarged upon; suffice to say that it is
hoped that every man who is in any
way interested in the progress and
prosperity of our lown and districl
(and that should mean everybody)
will lend enthusiasm to the occasion
by being present and assisting in
every way he can.
lhe fruit growers of Keremeos
have had an organisation for some
lime and this season intend to extend its field of operations and hope
to greatly increase its sphere of usefulness to the members. It is do*
ing excellent service but its work
must necessarily be restricted to i
matters either directly or indirectly
connected vvith the horticultural in-!
terests of the district. An organic*
ation less limited in its scope of
usefulness and unrestricted as to its
membership is needed. Municipal
Organisation has been broached but
it is extremely doubtful if the lime
is ripe for that yet. What is needed al the present time is organization to "boost" the town and district, secure such improvements as
are within reach and correct such
existing conditions as are not in the
best interests of the   town   and   are
amenable to improvement.
Be a "booster." Attend the
meeting tomorrow and do what you
can to assist Keremeos in taking
full advantage of the opportunities
which are looming ahead.
Express Charges.
This week a resident of Keremeos brought lo the attention of the
Trumpet an instance in which an
express parcel from the east addressed Keremeos, ll.C'., via Midway, had been sent around by Penticton vvith the result that the additional express charges of 35 cents
from Penticton here, via sta^e, had
to be paid. The directions would
have been quite sufficient to insure
the parcel coming in via the G. N.
if the Dominion Kxpress Co. were
at all disposed to consider the interests of the people here. Hut
they are not and as is their custom in
such cases they sent the parcel as
above stated in order to retain aa
additional few cents to themselves
and prevent it going to another
company. The additional expense
to the receipient of the parcel is of
absolutely no consideration to them.
The mistake in the above instance
was in having the parcel addressed
via Midway, which is not a transfer
point, instead of via (irand Forks.
We would emphasize this upon our
readers. Instruct shippers to be
careful and mark all shipments via
(irand Forks, then redress may be
had if the directions are not followed. In the case of small parcels
from the east, up to four or five
pounds iu weight, the mail will be
found cheaper and much more satisfactory than the express. As most
of our mail from the east is still
sent by Penticton there will also be
the grim satisfaction of knowing
that when parcels are so sent the
stage will still have the pleasure of
carrying them but will not have the
privilege of exacting its exorbitant
charges.
The trouble appears to be that
the contract for carrying the mails
between Penticton and here is taken
at a figure that is altogether too
low and the proprietor of the sta^re
is apt lo find it unreniimerative unless he can make good out of the
passenger and express business.
Chas. Were has been appointed
secretary-treasurer and collector for
the new municipality of Penticton
at a salary of §25 a month.
SIMILKAMEEN
SADDLERY CO.
Harness
Saddles
Whips
Bits
Spurs
Boots
Shoes
S per cent, off for cash.
KEREMEOS, HEDLEY
AND PRINCETON.
K
eremeos Hardware
Spray all your fruit
trees with the famous Myers' Spray
Pump.
We have them in
different sizes for
the large and small
trees at the lowest
price.
Turpentine and Gasoline always on hand.
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
Good Rigs
Careful Drivers
Draying
of all kinds
Prompt attention to all customers.
Land-seekers and  Tourists invited to give us a trial.
GENERAL STORE D. J. INNIS,
Proprietor.
Groceries
Boys' Clothing
Ladies' Hose
Shirts and Overalls
Boots and Shoes
Confectionery
Stationery
G. G. KEELER.
KEREMEOS, B. C.
HUGHES & MILBURN,
Builders and Contractors
I.imi'. CwttmA, lYnii'nt Mocka and Brick tor sale.
Plastering   Masonry    Painting   Paper-Hanging
KstiniaU-s given for all and every kind of Cement Work
and Building •geuera&y.
Write us for pines.
E. J. HUGHES.
Distance no object
G. MILBURN. Books For Reading Club.
The fir st order of hooks for the reading
eluh has arrived ami are now availahle to
inemhers at the oflico of the secretary, W .
M. Frith. Aeaeni hooks ordered were
not in stoek hut will he forwarded in the
near future, ll is also expected that another order of hooks will go in next week,
so that parties who ha\e not yet joined or
paid in their fees should avail themselves
of this opportunity. As before, the secretary will be pleased to receive suggestions
for new books. We publish below the
names of the books received and the number by which each will be known. This
list should be kept for reference. 11 will he
found very useful.
HOOKS
1 The Man From Hrodney's.
2 Cousin   Cinderella.
.' (.'v. W'hittaker's Place.
4 The Prospectors.
5 The   Man From Glengarry,
fa Duncan Polite.
7 The Spoilers.
S Lightning Conductor.
9 Sallh.ivcn.
10 The Divas Ruby.
I I The Coventors.
12 Sii- Richard Kscombo.
IJ The Trail Of The Lonesome Pine.
14 The Wild "llll
I.i Micah Clarke.
Ifa Last   Days Of Pompeii.
17 The Last Of The Mohicans.
15 The Light That Failed.
19 The  Shuttle.
20 Lorna Doom.
21 The Man In Hlack.
22 Masterman  Ready.
23 Not Like Other Girls.
24 The Pathfinder.
25 Prince Of The House Of David.
26 Schonbcrg-Cotta  Family.
27 Scottish Chiefs.
M  Sense And Sensibilities.
29 The Son Of Hag.ir.
.10 Tale Ol Two Cities.
3\   Thelma.
32 Treasure Island.
33 Two Years Before The Mast.
34 Under Two Flags.
35 The Vka_ Of Wakefield.
3fa The Water Rabies.
37 The White Company.
38 Wreck Ol   The Grosvenor.
39 Madcap Violet.
40 The Lerouge Case.
41 To Have And To Hold.
42 Call Of The Wild.
4.1 Cranford.
44 The Sea Wolf.
45 Castle Crancycrow.
4b John Halifax Gentleman.
47  In The Hishep's Carriage.
4S The Coast.
4') The  DcluKc.
50 Thc Wings Of The Morning.
51 It)   Friend The   Ch.uilleur.
52 The Spi mlers.
II EbOB Holden.
54   The lloosici Sclioohnaslei.
II  I'luoso.
M Rupert of llenlzau
57 The Piisoner at Zenda.
58 Donovan.
59 Westward Ilo.
60 Conquest of Mexico.
61 CoiK|iiesl of Peru.
Christian Endeavor.
Last Sunday, Feb. 7th, was the
anniversary of the organization of
the first society of Christian Endeavor by the Rev. F. K. Clark.
In the morning the Rev. Mr. Cameron called the attention of the Sunday school to the work of C. E.
societies, and the teachers and officers of the Sunday school were appointed tO consider the advisability
of orjjani/ing a C. B. Society  here.
The committee later asked Mr.
Cameron to call a  meeting of par*
j ties interested to be held at the
close of his availing service. Mr.
Cameron gave a concise history of
the C. B. movement. At least
twenty-five attended the meeting
and by an unanimous vote resolved
to organize   a   Christian   Endeavor
, society. Messrs Crooker, Prosser,
Albert Mattiee, Miss Innis, Mrs.
R, Klmhirst and Mrs. D. J. Innis
were elected a committee to prepare
a constitution and report to a meeting to be called by Mr. Crooker.
Later-Since the above was handed in and placed in type the committee met and decided to abandon
for the present the idea of organizing.
A much needed revision of the B,
C. statutes is to be made this year
and Parker Williams, Socialist member for Ladysmith, on Friday last
asked the legislature that in the revision all latin and foreign words
and expressions be translated into
plain English so that the ordinary
man could interpret the act without
the aid of lawyers whom he described as parasites on society.
Similkameen Land Diatrict.
11ISTKICT   OV   YAI.K.
Take notice that I, William Ring, land
agent, intend to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands :
Commencing at a post planted 20 chains
west of the south-west corner of lot 172,
thence north 20 chains, thenee east 20
chains, thence south 40 chains, thenee
west 20 chains to the point of commencement, being about the area within which
lies an island between lots I 72 and 27fa and
the Similkameen river and containing
about 31 acres to which this application
refers
William Runs,
Kcrcmoos, B.C, December 17, 1908.
Apex Mineral Claim.
Situate   in   the   Similkameen    Division   af
Vale Mining Diatrict.      Where   located     On Manery   Mountain,   adjoining
the Fclipsc group on the east.
"T»AKE NOTICK that the   Kelipse   Min-
*•      ing and Milling Company, Free Miner's   Certificate   No.   "19,232,   intend,   60
days front the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvement*^ for the parpoee  of obtaining
a Crown Grant of the above claim.
Ami farther take notice that action,
under section 37, must hi' commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of
Improvementa.
Dated this IM day of December, 1908.
Ki t trsi   IflMIMOAND Mll.i.lNt; COMPANY.
C. L. CUMMINGS,
GENERAL    BLACKSMITH.
horskshoeinc.
Carriage Building,   Repairing and Painting
Lumber
and
Builders' Supplies.
STAND:
Opposite the Central Hotel.
P. BROMLEY,
GENERAL
BLACKSMITH.
Rough
and
Dressed
Lumber
Horse-shoeing a Specialty
KEREMEOS, B.C.
Kstimutes of cost cheerfully furnished to Intending builders.
Contracts for all kinds of buildings in town and country promptly
executed.
J. KNUDSON,
Contractor and Huilder.
Kkkkmkos, B.C.
HOTEL KEREMEOS
OPPOSITE G. N. R. STATION.
ENTIRELY NEW AND FIRST-CLASS FAMILY HOTEL.
Headquarters in the Lower Similkameen for Commercial Travelers and Mining Men.
GEO. KIRBY,
MANAGER.
Keremeos, B.C.
Stray Horae.
Shaved to Um premises at tbe undersigned about Ibe middle of January last
OM gtmy horse, small si/*-, brand obscure,
marked on neck by collar. If not claimed
and exposes paid in ten days from date of
this notice I vvill sell blm to pay expenses.
R. C. Armstrong,
Lower Similkameen, February 4th, 1909.
Strayed.
Strayed to tbe premises of tbe undersigned, on or about 12th of January, 1909,
one 2-year-old bull, black spotted, branded on left hip. Owner is requested to
prove property, pay expenses and remove.
W. J. Mankry,
Lower Similkameen, February 6th, 1909.
KEREMEOS MEAT MARKET
Choice Fresh Meats,
Cured Meats, Fish, Poultry,etc.
FREE DELIVERY.
Special contract rates to camps.
Orders for  Cured   Meats,   Fish  and   Poultry  promptly
and satisfactorily filled.
HIGHEST PRICK PAID FOR HIDES.
GEO. CAWSTON. Keremeos Property
a Good
Safe Investment.
3-ACRE LOTS
Ready for
Planting
$300
Per Acre
8 and 10 Acre
Lots
$200
Per Acre
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 180 miles of Vancouver.
M
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.
Prices of
TOWN LOTS
7th & 8th Ave.
$250.0 each
1-3 Cash,
Balance in
3 Payments at
7 per cent.
5th Ave.
$200.00 each
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.
4th Ave.:
$100.00 each
N
Half cash,
Balance in
one year at
7 per cent
FOR  FULL PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Keremeos Land Co., Ltd.
J. J. ARMSTRONG, Manager.
I     KEREMEOS. B.C.
k	 Local and General.
Nigel Kwart returned on Tuesday after upending a month In Spokane.
). P. Gordon was in Fairview on
business this week, returning home
On Wednesday.
A. Turner, C. E., who assisted in
the G. N. survey here a couple of
years ago, and later was seriously
ill with typhoid fever, is upending a
tew dayi in town renewing old acquaintances.
Rev.   Mr.  Hibbert  of Penticton
will occupy the pulpit of the Keremeos church on Sunday, -1st inst.,
during Mr. Cameron's absence at
Revelstoke, instead of next Sunday
as expected.
Constable Ewart was in Princeton this week in connection with
wholesale cattle Stealing which is
said to have heen carried on in the
valley during the summer hut was
not detected until the round-up waa
made. With such a long interval
between the committing of the offence and the complaint to the officers, there is little chance of apprehending the guilty parties.
Mt. F. Richter anticipates a light
Crop of peaches throughout Hritish
Columbia and the state of Washington this year. He believes that the
fruit buds of peach trees cannot
successfully withstand a temperature of 15 decrees below zero and
says that his are already beginning
to show the effect of the intense
cold of January. The trees themselves will not be affected atnl the
loss will be lot the season only. He
expects that the tender European
varieties of grapes will also be injured.
Provincial and General.
The new horticultural bill was
the fust passed liy the present legislature at Victoria.
It is slated that in response to a
largely signed petition, hotel license
has been withheld Irom V. J. Rose
at  lledlev.
South African war scrip is now
listed im the Vancouver stock ex*
change.     Bids  range  about  $425
while   prices   asked   are   somen hat
higher.
Cleave Newman, hold bj the
police at Chesaw, Wash., charged
with  horsestealing and   complicity
in the Hridesville hold-up, was allowed to escape   while   I ho   est r;n.li-
tion papers were being arranged.
Last week Rev. C. VV, W livte of
Peachland had an encounter with a
clothes' line in a neighbor s back
yard. It lasted just one round during which the parson was floored
and badly disfigured about the  eye.
A petition has been sent to I.. VV.
Shatford asking for the toad at 4-
inilo creek on the oast side of Lake
Skaka to be exlended south to connect with the main WBgOfl road at
OlMUMgan Falls.     Penticton people
are also asking for a bridge .across
the Okanagan Bt a point near the
lake.
$'1,000 was the price paid last
week for 20 acres of land at (Irand
Forks, ten of which is improved
and ten unimproved.
'lhe lledlev Gazette made its appearance a Jay earlier than usual
last week, the explanation being
that Brother Megraw, who is Dis-
trict Deputy Grand Master of the
A., I'". & A. M., was working in a
trip up the Okanagan in connection
with the Instituting of a lodge at
Summerland.
Thermometer Readings.
Eastern Townships Bank.
ESTABLISHED   1859.
Head Office,
Capital and Reserve,
ShBRBXOOKK,   QutMK.
$5,000,000.00
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Savings Bank Department.
Deposits ol $1.00 and upwards  received,  subject  to no delay in  withdrawal of all or anv portion.
Keremeos Branch. R. H. CARMICHAEL, Acting; Manager.
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1F. Richter & Co. _;
Dealers in General Merchandise.
Tinsmithing.
All  kinds ol  Sheet   Metal   Work  in
lin, Copper, Sheet Iron, etc.
o
K.wktnoii.uiw, v Specialty.
Plumbing.   Pipe itting and cutting.
Pumps repaired.
—o—
Estimates furnished  on application.
o
Leave orders at
Keremeos Hardware Store.
H. B. Meausette,
Keremeos, B.C.
Acclimatized Tested Stock.
Seeds, Trees, Plants for the
Farm, Garden Lawn
or Conservatory.
Krii.title varieties sl reasonable arte
es.     Nit borers, no scale, no rumfgat.
ion in damage ttock.   No wind) agenl
ttt annoy you.
Extra limit r  let   of Prtlil    trees   now
coming on tor tbe fall trade, consisting
,.i 50,000 Peach, Pear, I'lnm and Cherry i 70,000 Apple in leading varieties)
100,000 small fruit pi.mis. Strictly
home grown without Irrigation and our
own propagation from bearing stock.
Ions oi Hiillis for fall planting. Choice
grass and grain seeds always in stock.
Fertilisers,    Bee    supplies.    Spray
Pumps, Spraying materials, Oil flowers, fit-. Oldest established nurseries
en the mainland of ll. i .   Catalogue
M. J. HENRY,
Greenhouse)   3010 Westminster Road.
Hraneli nurseries:   S. Vancouver.
You will save money by deal*-
ing here during the year  190).
Our stock is complete ami carefully selected.    Our prices  atlas low as the lowest.
Our specialty Five Roses Flour
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COLEMAN & CO.
Druggists and Stationers
KEREMEOS CENTRE.
Model Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.
KEREMEOS, B.C.
Freighting, Drajrine;, and General I.ivory Bualneaa.     Crab ami Hav.
D. GILLESPIE, Proprietor.

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