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Array .y:\hu: !.'W  *'<Vs  y  v..  UL II 1904     ^T j  U'  Tl  Legislature  = 1903       ������     Lib  far.y  Vol. 8.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, JULY S, 1004.  No. 45  DO YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS ? It means that we have a  larg-e assortment of up-to-date Trunks���all new goods���which we  intend to sell at reductions of from 10 per cent to 25 per cent. Avail  yourseli of this opportunity.    It will only last for a short time.  lei Bags,  Telescopes  ana  Suit Cases,  Luneli Boxes  25 and 40c.  SCREEN DOORS  and WINDOWS  ICECREAM  FREEZERS  Screen Doors, assorted sizes, from St.50 to  $3.00. Adjustable Window Screens. Wire  Cloth in six widths.    Misquito Netting-.  White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers. Sizes  2 qt., 4 qt., 6 qt., 8qt. It pays to have  your own freezer. It pays to have the best  ���the Triple Motion.  LAWN  MOWERS  15" Baylor Forbes Lawn Mowers at    ����  . Who would be without one? Cheaper  ^"  than borrowing1.  ���Jew York Life Insurance Co. 1  Assets,  ill! SUPERVISED  $352,000,000.  ��� ���������  ������������  ������������  BY 82 GOVERNMENTS llii  ill Is the ONLY Company that issues an Incon- ;j::  testible policy,   free   of all  restrictions   and  _,���__^tomatically non-forfeitabler-  ������������  ������������  ������������  ������������  F. M. ELKINS  DISTRICT MANAGER,  GREENWOOD.  eoe<-  ������������  ������������  ������������  ������������  ������������  !!J!a*3ai83!K^^  4��  RENBELL & C��  9  4��  4��  4��  4��  4>  Big Pay Day Sale Now  On X Bargains For  Cash Buyers X See  Bills For Prices X  AGENTS  FOR MASON AND  RISCH PIANOS XX XX  RENBELL & C  4��  *  *  CANADIAN  PACIFIC  Officials    Worried    About  Hill's Advent to Boundary  I WESTERN DISTRICT  Company   May   Build  this   Summer  from Spence's Bridge-  F. W. Peters, general freight and  passenger ag-ent of the C. P. R.. with  headquarters at Winnipeg; H. "Si. McDonnell, general freight agent, with  headquarters at Nelson, accompanied  by R. H. Hedley, superintendent of the  Hall Mines Smelter and a party of  Manitobans arrived here on Tuesday  on the private car Earnsclifte and remained here over night returning via  Phoenix and Grand Forks on Wednesday. Mr. Peters stated he was here  merely routine business and that his  visit had no particular significance.  When prominent railway men have no  particular business something of importance often happens. The C. P. R.  is no quitter and its officers enjoy a  battle just as much as any railway  men. It is not to be supposed that the  big Canadian company is going to sit  idly by and allow that awful man Hill  to gobble up all the good things in the  way of freight in Southern British  Columbia and before the snow flies it  is more than probable that the C. P. R.  will do a little railway building on its  own account.  Nature plays no favorites and it is  just as difficult for the C P. R. to get  over Sidley mountain as it is for the  Great Northern. No suitable pass has  yet beeu discovered and to build a road  on present information would mean a  lengthy detour of expensive railway  building. But the C. P. R. can reach  the Similkameen in another way. The  Daly Company at Hedley is alreaby in  a position to give a railway a big tonnage. Other mines can be quickly  placed on a shipping basis aud the  Similkameen and Nicola are today the  most attraclive field in British Columbia~f6r~a."new "railway." While "Hill is  busy in the Boundary, there is nothing  to prevent the C. P. R. building from  Spence's Bridge through the Nicola  coal fields, Aspen Grove,' Tulameen,  Princeton and Hedley and as far eastward as it cares lo come. By the time  Hill could reach there the C. P. R.  would be installed and would have the  cream of the trade in a district which  is bound to become the banner camp in  British Columbia.  Harry IS. Macdonnell is going into  Similkameen and Nicola on a voyage  of discovery. The Daly people have  already contributed thousands of dollars in freight rates to the C. P. R. exchequer and Mr. Macdonnell will  doubtless size up the situation with a  view to informing the big guns of his  company that here is a district where  the railway that gets there lirst i.s sure  to do a large and prolitable business.  The route from Spence's Bridge to  Hedley offers no serious difficulties. It  passes through a comparatively open  country without serious grades and  but little heavy work. The road could  be speedily built and should the C.P.R.  decide to begin this summer could be  completed to the latter point before  fall.  RESIGNATION   ACCEPTED  ^^^^^^^^^���fc*^^^*^  W.  Yolen  Williams  Has  Moved to  Spokane.  William Yolen Williams, whose  resignation as superinteutend ofthe  Granby mines was accented to take  effect on the 1st instant, has moved to  Spokane, where he will make his headquarters, being retained at the same  time in a consulting capacity by the  Granby consolidated. For a year Mr.  Williams' health has not been of the  b.st.  A. B. W. Hodges, who has charge of  both mines and smelter, has appointed  C. B. Smith, Jr., as superintendent {of  mining operations, Mr. Smith having  been resident engineer at Phoenix. B.  C, for the Granby company under Mr.  Williams for several years, and is a  graduate of the mining* department of  the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  Before leaving Phoenix Mr. Williams was the recipient of two testimonials of the esteem in which he has  been heid there, one coming from the  men under him at the mines, the other  from the residents of Phoenix. The  men presenned Mr. Williams with a  valuable diamond ring, together with  an address engrossed and framed.  Half a dozen business men of Phoenix, headed by the mayor, waited on  Mr. Williams and informed him that,  as an expression of the appreciation cf  the residents generally, they had arranged to fit up his Spokaneoffice with  suitable furniture.  It is'probable that no man in the  Boundary today has more friends than  Mr. Williams, who has been a resident  for more than six years He has won  friends without ostentation by his uniform kindness, courtesy and consideration for all with whom he came in  contact. He carries the sincerest  wishes of every one for his future success and prosperity.  W. Y. Williams is a native of North  Wales, and when he arrived in New  York city, at the age of 17, could not  speak a word of English. At the  early age of 10 he went to work in the  slate quarries i:i his native land, where,  he worked till he came to this side of  the water. He spent a number of  years in Vermont, aad later in Michigan, and then began a westward movement, going to Denver, Leadville and  then to Mew Mexico. In the latter  territory he had charge of some large  copper mines at San Pedro for three  years, after which he came north, Iu  August, 1884, Mr. Williams went to  Butte, and after working four shifts  had an accident that laid him up for  months. Then he spent some time in  California, and later went to the Coeur  d'Alenes, remaining there nine years,  being foreman and superintendent for  of the Sierra Nevada group, owned by  George B. McAulay and Mr. DeLasii-  mut.  In November, 1895, Mr. Williams  went to Rossland, and had charge of  the Nickel Pl.ite mine for Scoit McDonald, holding that responsible posi.  tion for two years. Then he accepted  a similar position for O, G. Laberee  and the Big Three group. When  these properties were organized by S.  H.,C.���Miner,_aud_ -..Jay^J^JGraves,���_Mj\  Williams was selected to have charge,  aud also of the Boundary mines of th;  Miner-Graves syndicate, as it was then  known. This included the Old Ironsides and Knob Hill.  When Mr, Williams first came to  Phoenix, in March, 1898, the present  Granby mines had but little work done  thereon. Since that time the group  has had 23.000 lineal feet of sinking,  raising, drifting and crosscntting done,  beside about 1500 feet of diamond  drilling. This does not include work  in the extensive open ore quarries.  The mines have also shipping more  than 1,250,000 tons of ore to the company's smelter, and have been equipped with the largest ore crusher and  compressor plant at any mine in Canada This was all dene under the  siiperinleudcucy of Mr, Williams.  Mll^  IE GREAT  NORTHERN  Reported Control of Granby  Mines by J. J. Hill  Progress of Railway Construction in  Boundary.  500 assorted rocking, dining aud  kitchen chairs. Just received.���A. L.  White, New and 2nd Hand store.  IT'S WHAT IT LEADS TO.  That makes Catarrh such a dreaded  disease. If you have Cattarrh taint,  dropping in the throat, if you hawk  and spit and have a stuffed up feeling  in your nostrils you should use fragrant healing Catarrhozone at once and  get cured. Thousands have been  saved from Consumption and completely cured by Catarrhozone, so there is  no reason why you shouldn't stamp  out your Catarrh also. Catarrhozone  will really cure you and prevent the  disease from returning. It's very  pleasant, just balsamic medicated  vaper,��� no nauseous drugs. Absolute  cure guaranteed to users of Catarrlv  ozone: il can't fail, try it. Complete  outfit ��1.00; sample size 25c. For sale  by the Thomas Drug Co.  The construction of the Boundary  branches of the Great Northern railway is being rushed with all speed.  Usually railway contractors are allowed their own lime to complete the  work undertaken without the enforcement of the penalty clauses, but Mr.  Hill has given early notice to J. W.  Stewart the contractor for the Grand  Forks-^-Phoenix branch that the work  must ba completed within the time  stipulated. Unless something- unfor-  seen happens,' the work will be completed before November 1st and trains  should be running over the road before December. Good progress is also  being made on the Curlew-Midway  branch.  Mr. Hill's hoste in securing the construction of these branches after a  policy of delay for over a year leads  the knowing ones to the conclusion  that something has happened in the  meantime. The statement that Mr.  Hill has secured control, of the Granby  mines is.still adhered to notwithstanding the denial of H. C. Miner, the  president of the company. It is also  rumored that the change of control is  responsible for the numerous changes  in the officers of the company. W.  Yolen Williams,- the big successful  mine superintendent has already taken  his departure; P. Dermody, the mines  foreman is no longer connected with  the company; H. N. Galer is out and it  is even reported that A. C. Flumerfelt,  Mr. Miner's confidential man is giving  his entire time to the International  Coal company at Coleman. It is even  rumored that Jay P. Graves who successfully floated the big Granby company is devoting his time and energies  to his'strcet'rail way" scheme-in Spok--  ane. A W. B. Hodges, the erstwhile  smelter manager is now general manager of the company and the mines are  iu charge of C. B.. Smith who heretofore was connected with the compauy  in the capacity of mining engineer.  The Granby mines are now shipping  about 2000 tons a clay and this can be  increased at anytime. The distance  between the mines and smelter is about  30 miles and the distance between the  smelter aim the Fernie coke ovens is  considerable. The distance between  the converter and the New York market for copper is still greater. Now  2000 Ions of ore a day wilh the necessary coke to treat it, necessary supplies  for mines and smelter and the long  haul to the eastern refineries look good  to a railway man like J. J. Hill. He  is always after freight anil iu order to  gel a cinch on tlie Granby business it  j i.s said that he quietly secured control  of the big company and will now be in  a position to deliver the goods to his  own railway.  There is also a rumor���not well de-  lined���but still a rumor, that Hill is  behind the merging of the Montreal &  Boston and Dominion Copper companies, that when this company is successfully floated, the smelter at Boundary Falls will be increased and the  railway will be rushed from Mid way to  Eholt. Mr. Hill will then have the  Boundary mining district encircled  and having control of its principal big  mines and smelters, he can revel in a  heavy tonnage without being worried  about rates quoted by his rival the  Canadian Pacilic Railway.  j Lost���SI gold stick pin "American  '. coin" between National and Pacific  i hotels.    SI reward.    A.L.White.  ! Don't forget that Hiiiiter-Kendrick's  guessing contest closes July 10th. See  that your guess is registered. BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES  New  Furniture  Just   received    a  car���  selling-   fast and cheap.  Dressers,        Comodes,  Bureaus,     Chiffoniers,  Sideboadrs,     Lounges,  Extension, Dressing and  Centre   Tables. Folding  Cribs, Iron Beds. Springs  and Mattresses for the  old and the Young.  A- L. WHITE  The 2nd Hand Man,  *-  STAN0ARB  BATH TUBS  >���," >9V" '���K'      A Turn     *+����� ^c fST  LAVATORIES  E.   W.  BISHOP  PLUMBER  CARPETS  CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  The  largest   hotels  and finest  !'       residences in B.C. were furnished by us throughout  WEILERBROS.  VICTORIA, B. C.  r r  * /7r  4  t  $   MACHINE REPAIRS.  r  BICYCLE AND  | SKATES SHARPENED. $  | PAINTING AND J  i _._    &  SIGN WORK. X  I Copper St,    Greenwood, |  .J. ��.  ���x-w-x-x-c-x-x-x-x-x^x^^x*?  S.BARRY YUILL  ADDITIONAL LOCALS  The joint installation of the officers  of Boundary Valley Lodge, Greenwood; Snowshoe Lodge, Phoenix, and  Gateway Lodge, Grand Forks, I. O. O.  F , took place in the Oddfellows hali,  Grand Forks, last evening. Fred. B.  Holmes, district deputy, assisted by  a staff of Grand Lodge officers, conducted the ceremony. The visitors  were royally entertained by Grand  Forks Oddfellows.  Thos. Kiddie, superintendent of the  smelter at Ladysmith, Vancouver  Island-, arrived in the city today. Mr.  i<iddie is on a pleasure tour and is  visiting all the smelters in the interior.  Thos. J. Hardy, who recently sold  his business at Coleman, has returned  to the Boundary district.  of $87 have  been   obtained.     Where  I this ore has oxidized on  the surface it  is almost blood red in color, and a few  handsful of the dirt will  show  a  long  string of very fine colors in  the gold  pan when   washed.    Only  a  few  feet  from this principal showing a fourfoo  vein    running    in the  same direction  has  been   exposed   by   open  cutting  which assays S30 to $120 in  gold  and  $1.60   in  silver.    The  average  values  are between S80 and $90 from this lead.  Work has been contined  principally  to   open   cuts.     The   greatest depth  reached was by sinking SO feet  in   ore  running about $10 to the ton. Where  the  lead  becomes   wider and    richer.  however, the deepest cut is not over IS  feet. There is plenty of water fora  large stamp mill in close proximity to  the building of a road 6 or 7 miles  would make it possible to bring in  machinery from Penticton by Connecting with the Nickel Plate road.���COMt  DISSOLUTION  OF  PARTNERSHIP.  Hogan, who figured in a holdup  scrape here a few years ago, has been  arrested in Vancouver on a similar  charge. Hogan and a man named  Glencross were arrested on a charge of  conspiring to rob a gambler named  McGuigan but the charge could not be  proven. In the Vancouver case the  robbers secured about $7000 from  Quann Bros, and Hogan is supposed to  be the leader of the gang.  EARLY CONSTRUCTION.  Application For Liauor Licence  All Indications are Very  Favorable  to Railway Building.  Nicola, B. C. June 27, 190+���AP  indications point to the early construction of a railway through the  Nicola valley from Spence's Bridge  and connecting this promising section  with the Similkameen and the Boundary. It is felt that the C. P. R. will  not give up this territory to the Great  Northern without a struggle and that  the activity of the Great Northern in  the Boundary will prove an incentive  to the slower going Canadian road.  During the past two weeks a well  known mining engineer has been in  the district bonding coal measures. It  is believed by some that he is acting  for the C. P. R. while others claim  that he is representing the Standard  Oil Company and that he is securing  the coal measures in order that coak  may be secured for their mining interests at Hedly. The Nicola coal is  first class coking coal and will prove  invaluable in the treatment of the ores  of the adfoining districts  Henry Hewett of Tacoma is also  here looking for investments. Mr.  Hewett was formerly one of the owners of the Tacoma smelter. He is now  a large shareholder in the Tacoma  Smelter company and is heavily interested in Texas mining properties.  He states that the Nicola valley is,rich  in copper, iron and coal and that the  district offers the greatest possible inducements .to .-capital. ^He^has -been  out in the hills several days looking at  properties and he will probably invest  extensively for himself and his associates.  GOLDEN ZONE GROUP.  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER       AND  JEWELLER.  AU work guaranteed   GREENWOOD.  Owners  Developing   Bonanza   Gold  Property in Camp Hedley-  Possibly, of all the comparatively  undeveloped properties in Camp Hedley, the Gelden Zone group owned by  Marks, Brodhagen &Murphy, and situ  ated about four miles north of the  Nickel Plate mine, as the crow flies,  will prove the most promising and  attractive to the eye of the mining  man seeking a profitable investment  for surplus capital when the transportation difficulties that hamper this district have been removed and the public  generally become awakened to the fact  that in this camp there exists the  largest and richest bodies of gold ore  yet found in the province.  The owner of the Golden Zone origi  na'ly located the group on a white  quartz vein tour feet wiee, running  from S5 to $15 in gold and silver. In  trading this lead by shallow shafts  and open cuts they discovered what  appeared to be two separate arsenisal  iron veins lying parallel and within  a distance of 70 feet, but work now  being done on the property would indicate that one ofthe arsenical leads  is in reality a continuation of :the  white quartz vein, the character of the  ore having changed and the vein widened to nearly twenty feet. The arsenical iron showings are fully 1000 feet  from the outcrop of the white quartz  vein where it was first discovered.  This main lead at the eastern end  has a remarkably fine showing of  arsenical iron of a massive, fine-grained character, from which  gold assays  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tlie  partnership heretofore existing between  ihe undersigned,.under the firm name of Dempsey & McPlurson, carrying' on business as  Hotel Keepeis at the Boundary Palls Hotel, at  Boundary Falls in the District of Yale, is this  dav dissolved bv mutual consent.  Dated at Boundary Falls, B. C, June 27, 1904.  Witness. CHAS. A. DKMPSEY  Geo. H. Gkay. ALEX. McPHERSON.  Business Directory.  Large assortment oF bedroom  suits  at Clint's, Copper Si.  Timber Notice.  Notice is hereby given that thirty days after  date we intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Laud and Works, Victoria, B. e  for a 21 year lease te cut and carry awav timber from the following-.described "lands: commencing at a post placed ou the West side of  t'.ie main fork of Kettle river near the mouth  of Canyon creek marked Heylaud and Hamilton's South west corner post, thence East 400  chains, thence North 400 chains, thence West  160 chains, thence North 800 chains, thence  East 400 chains, thence North 400chains, thence  East 640 chains, thence North 40O chains,  thence East 160 chains, thence North 400 chains  thence West 4oO chai..s, thence North 400 chains  thence West 640 chains, theuce North 400  chains, theuce West 400 chains, thence South  64o chains, tlience East 160 chains, thence  South 160 chains, thence East 160 chains,  theuce South 40o chains, thence West 320  chains, thence South 2000 chains to said place  of commencement.  Dated this 12th dav of May, 1904.  A. R. HEYTAND,  W. 11. HAMILTON.  Locators  L. S.  Law Stamps,  50 cents.  IN  THE     SUPREME    COURT  BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  OF  IN THE MATTER of the Land Registry Act,  and Amending Acts:  and  IN THE MATTER of the amendment of a certain Map and Survey showing a subdivision  of a portion of the western part of the South  half of the North-Eastquarter, and the North  half of the South-East quarter of Section  32, In Township 70, in the Osoyoos Division ot the District of Yale in the Province  of British Columbia, deposited in the Land  Registry Office at Kamloops, and numbered  LET ALL THE PARTIES CONCERNED  attend before the Honorable Gordon Hunter,  Chief Justice, or such other Judge as mav be  sitting-at the Court House in the City of Vancouver at the time specified at the foot hereof  upon the hcaritier of an application on the part  of Frederic KelTer and Marv Garland for an  Order that the Map or Plan' numbered 97, aud  depos ted in the Laud Regisirv OtTice at Kamloops, and showing- asubdh islou of a portion of  the Western part of South half of the North-  East quarter, and the North half of the South-  East quarter of Section 32, iu Township 70 in  the Osoyoos Division of the prstrict of Yale in  British Columbia be amended or altered bv  striking out of the said Map that portion thereof described as fellows:���Commencing- at the  South-Westerly corner of Lot 1, iu Block 3, be-  insr the intersection of the Northerly limit of  Garland Street witli the Easterly limit of Vancouver Street; thence North thirty-three degrees aud /oar minutes East 330 feet, or to the  North-Westerly comer of Lot 10, iu Block 3;  tlience 40 feet North fifty-six degrees and fiftv-  five minutes West, or to the North-Easterly cor-  ,ier of Lot 10, in Block 7; thence430 (eel North  thirty-three degrees and four minutes East, or  to a point in the North-Easterlv limit of Norway Street: thence South fifty six degrees and  fifty .five minutes Ka-t 9.8 feet, more or less, to  a point in the Westerly limitof Block58; ther.ee  85.8 feet South fourteen degrees aud five minutes  West; tlience 301.5 feet South forty-eight degrees and forty-seven minutes East to a point  on the Westerly bank of Boundary Creek;  theuce Soulh-Westerlv along and following  the bank of Boundary Creek lo a point in the  North-Easterly limit of Garland Street: and  thence 243.7 feet North fifty, six degrees and  fifty-five minutes West to the place of commencement:  Dated this 28th day of May. A.D. l'XH.  GOKDON HUNTER, C.J.  Per \V. G. M., Reg'r.  This summons was taken out by Isaac H.  Hallett, of Greenwood in British Columbia. Soli  citor for Frederic Keffer and Mary Garland.  To,  W. H. Edmonds, Esq.,  Registrar of Titles,  Kamloops, B. C.  And to all parties interested.  In support of the above application will be  read   the   affidavits   of   Frederic    Kefier   and  Thomas A. Garland, sworn and filed herein.  NOTE.  If you do not attend either in person or by  3-our Solicitor at the place above mentioned  at the time mentioned  at the foot hereof.  sr.ch Order will be made and  proceedings  taken as the Judge may think just and expedient.  Let this Summons b�� heard at Chambers at  the Court House at Vancouver. B. C on Wednesday the Sixth day of July. A.D. 1 W4, at the  hour of lO-SOo'clock iu the forenoon, or so soon  thereafter as the Judj-e may sit and Counsel  can be heard.  And further let this Summons be served upon  W. H. Edmonds. Esquire. Registrar of Titles.  Kamloops. li. C. and notice of application published, in the Boundary Creek Timts, a weekly  newspaper published in the City of Greenwood,  until the return hereo'.  1   GREENWOOD   I  G. HUNTER, C. J.       J      May 23. 1904  (      REGISTRY,  f  Notice is hereby g-iven that I intend  to apply at the first meeting- ofthe  Board of T.icense Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood held thirty days  after the date of this notice, for a  license to sell liquor by retail, upon  the premises now known as the Windsor Hotel, and being: situate on lots 31  and 32, Block 7, in the said City of  Greenwood, either under an Hotel  License or Saloon License, .whichever  may be granted by the said Board of  Commissioners.  Ernest J. Cartier.  Dated this 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given that we intend to apply at the first meeting- of  the Board of License'Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood held thirty days  after the date of this notice, for a  license to sell liquor by retail, upon  the premises known as the Arlington  Hotel, aad being situate on lot 22,  block 7, in the said city of Greenwood,  either under an Hotel License or Saloon  License, whichever may be granted by  the said Board of Commissioners.  Thomas Peickart  Phil McDonald.  Dated this 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given that we intend to apply at the first meeting of  the Board of License Commissioners of  the City or Greenwood held thirty days  after the date of this notice, for a  license to sell liquor by retail, upon  the premises now known as the National Hotel, and being situate on Lots  18 and 19, block 7, in the said City of  Greenwood, either under an Hotel  License or Saloon License, whichever  may be granted by the said.Board of  Commissioners.  J. W. Cascaden  D.  W.  HONNLEY.  Dated this 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby g-iven that I intend  to apply at the first meeting of the  Board of Licencing Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood, held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for a  license to sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Victoria Hotel, and  being situate on lot 24, block 12, in the  said City of Greenwood.  Gilbert Gunderson.  Dated the 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given that we intend to apply at the first meeting of  the Board ot Licencing Commissioners  of the City of Greenwood, held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Norden Hotel, and  being situate on Lot 6, block 14, in the  said City of Greenwood.  Andrew Sater  William Johns.  Da.ed the 3rd day of June, 19<H.     _  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given tli.it I intend  to apply at the first meeting of tho  Board of Licencing Coimni.-isiuii, rs of  the CUy of Greenwood held thirty days  after the date of this notice fcr a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  ae hotel licence, upon tho premises  known as the Queen's Hotel, and being situate on Lot 5, block 14, in the  said city of Greenwood.  David Manchester  Dated the 3rd day of June, 1901:  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting of the  Board of Licencing Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood held thirty days  after the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, urder  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Commercial Hotel,  and being situate on lot 8. block 5, in  the said city of Greenwood.  Geo. H. Collins.  Dated the 3rd dav of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting of the  Board of Licencing Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood, held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Pioneer Hotel, and  being situate on lots 20, 21, and 22,  block 5, in the said city of Greenwood.  John W. Nelson.  Dated tha 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notioe is hereby given that we intend to apply at the first meoting of  the Board of Licencing Commissioners  of the City of Greenwood, held thirty  days aster the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the, premises  now known as the Imperial Hotel, and  being situate on Lots 35 and 36, Block  12, in the said City of Greenwood.  Graham & Parry.  Dated the 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting of the  Board of Licencing Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood, held thirty  days after date of this notice, for a  licence \o sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises'  now known as the Kootenay Hotel,  and being situate on lot 16, block 7, in  the said City of Greenwood,  Thomas Walsh.  Dated the 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting of the  Board of Licensing Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood, held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Pacific Hotel, and  being situate on Lots 33 and 34, Block  7, in the said City of Greenwood.  H. B, Madden.  Dated the 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given that we in-  intend to apply at the first meeting of  the Board of Licencing Commissioners  of the City of Greenwood, held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for a,  licence to sell, liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Royal Hotel, and  being situate on Lots 27 and 28, Block  F, Fisher addition, in the said City of  Greenwood.  Poupore & McVeigh.  Dated the 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting of the  Board of Licencing Commissioners of  the City of Gieenwood, held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises'  now known as the Greenwood Hotel,  and being situate on Lots 20 and 21,  Block. B, Sutherland addition, in the  said City of Greenwood.  W. J. Simpson.  Dated the 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting ofthe  Board of Licence Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for  a licence to sell liquor by retail, upon  the premises now known as the Rossland Hotel, and being situate on Lot  30, Block 12, in the said City of Greenwood, either under an Hotel Licence or  Saloon Licence, whichever may be  gran ted by rtj^sjud^jtoanrl ofL .Com-  rnissioners.  Geo. Wewvood.  Dated the 3rd dny of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the tirst meeting of the-  Board of Licence Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood held thirty  days after the i!a e of this notice, for a  license to sell liquor by retail, upon the  premises now known as the Clarendon  Hotel, and being situate on Lots 13 and  14, Block 12, in thesaid city of Greenwood, either under an Hotel Licence or  Saloon Licence, whichever may be  granted by the said Board of Commissioners.  Julius Ehkmch  Dated this 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence-  NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at the first meeting of  the Board of Licence Commissioners  of the City of Greenwood held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, upon the  premises now known as the Ottawa  Hotel, and situate on Lot 3, Block D,  Sutherland addition, in the said city of  Greenwood, either under an HoteJ Licence or Saloon Licence, whichever  may be granted by the said Board of  Commissioners.  Frank Fera.  Dated this 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  No-ice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting of the  Board of Licencing Commissions of  the City of Gieenwood, held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Alberta Hotel, and  being situate on Lot 4, Block 12, in  the said City of Greedwood.  W. H. Craig.  Dated the 10th day of June, 1904. y\  W  BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  __  _  ^<-  From June 20th to July 16 inclusive we offer  *  OFF ANY PIECE OF FURNITURE IN OUR LARG  WE MUST make room for new goods now on the way and during the next three weeks are offering  "' our entire stock at the liberal discount of 20 per cent for CASH only.   This offer includes many  new shipments just opened up and comprises about everything you require in the furniture line. ~"   ~  m-  *y  IRON BEDS  BED SPRINGS  BEDROOM SUITES  MATTRESSES  BUFFETS  OILCLOTHS  LINOLEUMS  CHINA CABINETS  CARPETS  PILLOWS  BLANKETS  QUILTS  CUSHIONS  LADIES'  SECRETARIES  BABY CARRIGES  CARRIERS  GO CARTS  CURTAINS  ^  m  a  a  m-  mr  *  m*-  m-  It you require anything in our line you cannot afford to  overlook this opportunity,  __  GULLEY  GREENWOOD, B. C.  m-  0.  m-  X   NEXT DOOR TO BANK OF COMMERCE  ��w��w��>i  T   f  Hf\  ���f��l��i  OLDEST SENATOR  IS THE WORLD  Career of the Hon. David  Wark, of Fredericton.  Came to New Brunswick From Ireland in 1825-An M. P- Since 1867.  Hon. David Wark, a member of the  Senate of Canada���to  which  body  he  was called  by   royal  proclamation on  the first day of Confederation, July,  1867���has recently  completed his one  hundredth  year cf existence.   There  are not many wellestaolished instances  of such a long life.    A well authenticated case in recent years  is  that of Sir  Moses Montefier, an Englishman, who  was born at Leghorn  on October 24,  1784, and who lived  beyond  the centennial anniversary of his birth.   Mr.  Wark   was   born  near Londonderry,  Ireland, on   February    19, 1804,  and  educated in the ordinary parish schools.  In 1825'he came to New  Brunswick to  seek his fortume.   The  whole population the  Province  was then less  than  75,000 souls.    Mr.  Wark  in  telling of  his life relates the fact that when he  came to the Province there was  little  to be done at clerking,  so  he readily  too up work at shipbulding.    After a  time he   got employment   to keep a  trader's books, then he taught  school.  This was at what is now Moncton. but  which was then known as the "Bend"  of the Petitcodiac  River.    An  earnest  Presbyterian he found no church of  that   denomination   at  Moncton,  and  soon   removed   to  Richibucto,   where  there was   one.    He opined a school  and for some -tirne taught the  young  idea of the place all the English  branches, and also navigation mensuration,  trigonometry, then in request as  studies for boys.    But this was hard work  for one teacher among children  of all  ages and conditions.    Mr. Wark abandoned it and entered  upon  mercantile  life, in which for thirty years  he  was  engaged.    He also gave great attention  to agricultural  work,  and in time became one of the   most eminent  and  successful farmers of Kent county, lu  1842 Mr. Wark was  elected  a member  of the House of Assembly  for Kent  county, N. B. his colleague being the  late Judge Weldon, father of  the  late  Mr. C.4V.-Weldon.of���St.^John._Asji  legislator Mr.  Wark  soon  made considerable impression  upon   the  House  and the Province.    He was a  prudent  safe and rehsonable man  of excellent  judgement, moderate in the expression  of his opinion, and well informed upon  many of  the  matters  which  affected  the welfare of the people.    After some'  years in the House he was appointed  to the Legislative Council  in 1851 and  he occupied a seat in   that  body  until  he  was  called  to  the Senate.    From  1858 until 1862 he was in the executive  council,  being  a colleague of Fisher.  Tilley and other liberals of  that time,  and for a time he held the office of  Receiver-Generel.    In such  matters as  developmeni of agriculture, the diffusion    of education,   the  extension  of  trade, Mr.   Wark  was  an  active promotive.  steady, earnest life which is better for  the country   in which  it is lived than  any  meteoric display  of brilliant but  erratic intellectuality.     It  is claimed  for him, and  probably correctly,  that  he is the oldest legislator in the world,  not  merely in  age,  but   in   the  long  career which  began   sixty-two  years  ago and has continued ever since. Perhaps   the  King  of  Great  Britain and  Ireland-:.nd. of all  the British  dominions beyond the seas ought to   be  congratulated upon the fact that he has in  these dominions the~6ideslTlegisTat6r!  living  and  that  he is a man well-deserving of honor.   The men  who were  in public life in New Brunswick when  Mr. Wark entered  the  Legislature in  1842 have  all   disappeared   from   the  scene.    Of the Senators  when   he was  called  to  the  Senate  iu  1867 there is  only one other in the body now.    Hon.  William Miller, of Nova  Scotia; of his  New   Brunswick    colleagues   in   that  body  in   1867 one still lives���Hon. A.  R.   McClelan,   who   ceased    to   be   a  Senator when he became Lieutenant���  Governor of  tliis  Province.    In   1860  when fifty-six years of age, Mr. Wark  married Miss Elizabeth Annie Burpee,  of Sheffield, Suubury county,  a  sister  of  the  late  Hon. Isaac Burpee.    Mrs.  Wark died a few years ago.    A daughter survives.  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  | ._Steam_Heated. ....Lighted   throughout....with  electric  lights,  1     We  offer  special  inducements   to  "travellers, as\ve have trie'  finest sample rooms in the city.    Our  bar  excells   all others.  Head Office : 204'Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.  ��  *  *  ��  ��  ��  As early  as 1847 he promoted legislation  in   the  Provincial  Legislature  favoring reciprocal trade between the  Provinces, which had at least a partial  influence  in  securing what was desired, and it led, or at least helped to lead  up to the reciprocity treaty of  1854 between the Canadian Provinces and the 1  United States.   Mr.   Wark in his long  political career, covering a continuous  period of sixty-two   years,  has   ever  been on the side of movements to help  the  people  to help  themselves.    The  New   Brunswick Saving Bank system  as  perfecte    was largely  due   to his  judgment.   In the Senate of  Canada  he   has  ever acted  with  the  Liberal  party,  but  towards all  parties he has  been just and moderate.    His  life has  been  actuated by a  strong  sense   of  duty, and he has regarded public position as a trust given to him to be exercised for the benefit of his fellowman.  Conscientious, honest, single-minded,  temperate,  methodical,   prudent,   Mr.  Wark's   long   life   has   been    a   must  excellent example of good   living���a  HURRIED AND WORRIED ALL DAY.  And the worst of it is you are a little  run down and havo mighty little chance  to catch up. Everything seems like  a grindstone wearing down your nerves  . You are irritable aud get less sleep  than is absolutely necessary. Better  stop before things get worse. Your  best plan is to use Ferrozone for a  while and give your nerves and brain  a chance to pick us. Ferrozone is the  finest tonic a busy man can take. I  makes uevv b'ood, nourishes the body,  strengthens the nerves, improves the  appetite and rehabilitates the whole  system. Try Ferrozoe. Price 50c  For sale by the Thamas Drug Co.  FINANCIAL | MINING AGENTS  MINING    PROPERTIES    OP   MERIT    PUR-  %  CHASED   OR  'DEVELOPED. 1  * ��  :THE:  NOTICE  To J. W. McKinnon, formerly of  Deadwood, unless the charges due on  your horse arc paid within the next 30  days, the sa horse will be sold to  meet cost of   . s keep.  STOOKE BROS.  Dated June 10,1904.        Midway,B.C.  Copper Street.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  MEALS  AT  ALL   HOURS  PRIVATE   KOOMS   FOR   LADIKS.  *!4  Charles R. Tittock  TRY  OUR   COFFEE  ^ropr. BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES  PROFESSIONAL   CARDS.      criticism,   the remarkable  state- journal   suspects  the  loyalty  of  HALLETT& SHAW  Barristkrs, Soucitoks,  Notaries Public.  CohlR Address :      hai.lbtt."  Cooks  (. H. IIALLKTT.  Bedford M'Neill's   Greenwood,  More!tig- & Ncal's Bi c-  Leiber's.  II. C. SHAW.  M��LEOD & BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notariks Public, Etc  Offices: Wallace-Miller block. Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  J. R. Brown. J. P. McLkod.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  OHARLES AE. SHAW,  Civil Engineer,  Dominion    an?)    Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Office with Gaunce & Wickwire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD,    :   ' :      :    , :    B.   C.  A. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial  Land Surveyor.  fining and Engineering Surveys.  Underground Work a Specialty.  Wood Block (next Customs office.)  GREENWOOD. B. C  GREENWOOD BARBER SHOP.  W. D. Flinn,.Prop.  Sharp Razors. Clean Towels  Porcelain Bath Tubs.  Copper Streei.       -     Greenwood, B.C.  BOUNDARV   VALLEY   LODGE  "^i^*" No. 38.1. 0.0. F.  Meets  everv  Tuesdav Evening at SOO in  the  I. O. O. F. "Hall.     A  cordial  invi tution i.s ex  tended to all sojourning brethern.  E. Foyle Smith, Frbd I!. Holmes.  N. C. Rec-Scc.  Che  Boundary Creek Times  ��1s$ued Guery Friday  Ouncan Ross Managing Editor  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Yeak        ... .   2 00  Six Months .".  1 2J  To Foreign Countries. 2 50  ment is made that the Morrison  has not been .profitable operated  in the past. Any ore shipped  from the Morrison was hauled in  waggons a distance of over a  mile to the railway track and  then shipped to a custom smelter.  The ore paid under these exceptional circumstances and  should yield a big profit with a  railway to the mine and with  treatment at the smelter of the  company owning the mine.  The capitalisation is large it is  true, but possibly the Record  could suggest a plan how properties like the Brooklyn aud  Stemwinder, the Sunset group,  the Morrison, the Athlestan, the  Emma and others many of which  have been already heavily capitalized could be merged into one  company with a smaller capitalization. To secure the best results  in a low grade mining camp like  the Boundary, conbination is  necessary. No more promising  combination of properties than  those concluded iu the Montreal  & Boston company's deal could  be suggested. The merger has  in it every element necessary to  secure the best results in the mining and treatment of the big ore  deposits of the Boundary. There  is no good reason why the company should not be a big success  and with wise and efficient management investors and the Boundary district are sure to profit.  It is a difficult matter to interest capital in legitimate mining  enterprises in British Columbia  and the B. C. Miuiny Record if it  Sir Wilfrid Laurier. The Progress of Victoria, B. C, an ably  edited Canadian journal answers  these critics as follows:  "What is loyalty as understood in  Britain beyond the seas? It is not  subservience to the arrogant assumptions of a coterie of would-be rulers  who never touch imperial questions,  except to muddle thorn. It is devotion  to the llajr because of what it implies.  It is keeping faith with the men who  transmitted to us the principles of  self-government, which they won by  blood and sacrifice. It is the maintenance at all times and everywhere of  the high ideals which alone make  British institutions worth preserving.  It is the utilization for the common  good of the magnificent advantages  won for our race in days past by the  hardy adventurers who made the name  of Britain syonymous with energy aud  the capacity of government. It is a  determination to maintain our "crowned republic" in its integrity, so that  within its borders "freedom may  broaden down from precedent to precedent."  When a Canadian wishes to learn  how best to fulfil the obligations of  such a loyalty as this, he need not go  to the Saturday Review, The men  who made and are making Canada, can  give him all the instructions he requires."  CP*  CP*  (P*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CF*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  P,  �� 9  Capital, all paid up, $13,973,560.  Rest..  ..$10,000,000.  President.   Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal,  Vice-President:    Hon. Okokoh A. DkommoND.  General M:ut:iirer :   15. S  Clouston.  Branches in London, Eng. \ c^r^'cluiadi f New York, Chicago.  Dny and sell Sterling- Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Cram Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partfof Ilie world.  Greenwood Branch,       L. B. deVEBER, Manager.  x=9  *=9  TiMMMMMMMmmmmmmMMMMMmm  FRIDAY,   JULY 8  1904  A KNOCKER  In a recent press dispatch from New  .York the statement was made that the  scheme arranged at the instance of the  Montreal & Boston Consolidated Mining & Smelting Company, of consolidating, .-therewith^ the -interests of the'  Morrison & Dominion Copper companies in the Boundary district, was  likely to be successfully consummated,  the shares of the new undertaking  having been already underwritten. As  the new company is to be capitalized  at the absurdly high figure of six and  a half million dollars, and as neither  the Sunset group, owned by the orgiti-  al Montreal & Boston Company, nor  the Morrison have been profitably  operated in the past, for the reason  seemingly that the ore so far treated  has not been of payable grade, the outlook for the new concern, excepting always for stock-mongering purposes, is  not a particularly promising one. It is  true the Dominion Copper Company's  Brooklyn group is of value, though the  ore-body is relatively small when compared with the deposits in this district,  which arc now being successfully  worked. In any case the possibility of  the new company earning profits on  its inflated capital is remote to a degree, and this view is evidently shared  by that exceptionally astute person,  Mr. Jas. Breen, who insisted on payment in hard cash before relinquishing his interest in the Brooklyn.���B.  C. Mining Record.  Tt is noted in the Kootenay  Mail, Revelstoke, that W. H.  Galliher. M. P., whose photograph is reproduced for the beni-  fit of readers in that constituency  was bora and raised in Bruce  County, Ont. So also was Duncan Ross, who is running- for the  Commons iu the adjoining-county  of Yale. As a large part of the  Northwest of Cauada and the  United States, is populated from  had the interest of the mining Bruce, and there is a large num-  industry at heart, would refrain J ber of Bruceites in 'Pariiment, we  from knocking those who are i appeal to the electors if this is  energetically striving  to  secure! not clearly  a  case of too much  the necessary money  to develop  our miueral resources.  AS TO LOYALTY  A few "Little England" newspapers have been using the Dundonald incident as an excuse to  impugn the loyalty of Canadians.  The chief offender in this respect  is the Saturday Review.    This  Bruce.���Victoria Colonist.  And Malcolm McKenzie wlio is  the Liberal candidate in the  Northwest constituency adjoining-  Kootenay is also from Bruce. It  is impossible to have too much of  a good thing.  A guess costs you nothing if making  a S5 cash purchase. It might mean  $60.00 to you at Hunter-Kendrick's.  Greenwood  "'Wliolesale Dealers in  Choicest Brands  of Wines.  Liquo  rs  Sole Boundary  Agents For  The above is the work of a  knocker. It is the usual practice  of the Record. When a company  is about to be organized to develop Brit'sh Columbia mineral  resources the Record gets out its  little hammer and knocks. Fortunately this journal has little  influence and anything it may  say is not likely to interfere with  the successful organization of the  big merger. l  To  show  the absurdity  of its  and  PABST  Brewing  COMPANY'S  CELEBRATED  MILWAUKEE  m LAGER  ~f   BEER  Cigars.  Drink Iron Brew  The Ideal Drink  JAS. McCREATH, Prop.,   Greeenwood  Having- bought the Vienna Bakery  and the Bakery conducted by the  . Greenwood Fruit Co. my intentions are to amalgate the two in one  first class bakery, excelled by no  other in the interior. Mv \va<jfon  will call 0113'ou every morning with  a strictly fresli supply of breads  and pastry.  Your Order is Solicited  J- B0CKSTEABER  PHONE 28.  MANAGER.  THE fANADIAN RAM OF COMMERCE  With Whfch is Amalgamated  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Paid-up capital $   8,700,000  Rest      3,000,OoO  Ag-greg-ate resources (30 Nov. 1903) over    83,000,000  Lond06n0��ffSbart St. E. C. New York Agency     K. &r \ ****���  lb EXCHANGE PLACE.  In addition Uie Bank lias 107 branches and ajrencies in Canada and  tlie United  States,'  including- the following- in British Columbia and the Yukon Territory. i  ATLIN. GREENWOOD. NANAIMO, VANCOUVER,  CKANBRCOK,      [KAMLOOPS. NELSON. VICTORIA,  DAWSON, LADYSMITH, N.WESTIvIINSTER, WHITE HORSE,  FERNIE.  Branches in the United States:  NEW YORK;      SAN FRANCISCO.       PORTLAND,      SEATTLE,      SKAGWAY  Deposits received, exchange; boujrht  and sold and everv description ot   banking-  business transacted, GREENWOOD  BRANCH,  W. ALLISON, Manager.  Real  ^44^4*^4*4*4,4,4,^4,n^4,4,-4>4,4,.^.4*4*^*.'i,4,'4'^  REPRESENTING:        /  The  Phoenix Fire Assnr-r  ance Co. of London, F,ng-.'  Liverpool and London and}  Globe Insurance Company. 1  America As-  of Toronto.  The Caandian Birkbeck)  In-vestment and Savings)  Co.  J  Estate  R.   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If  that will not do, try our stock of second hand machines of all  makes.    A full stock of needles and sundries for all standard.  makes.  a  ��  a  ���a  *  a  ��  a  a  a  i      SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.      f  a T. m.'Guiley & Co.'s Furniture Store.        N.   H     LAMONT,   AgCflt.     %  a a  aa#aaaaaaaa��*aaa*aav-aa**aa*aaaaa^^aa**>-va��*aa��aa^a**a y 1  (A l  1/  BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES.  WESTERN  ELDORADO  Similkameen   and   Nicola  Rich in Mineral.  Cryinz Need of Promising Districts  is a Railway.  A recent issue of the Vancouver  World conta'ns an interesting- articles  by a gentleman who recently visited  the Similkameen and Nicola. He says  in part:  ' "Much has been said and sung about  the Similkameen and Nicola valleys  and the heed they have of the railway  that the present government's policy  shows little sigrn's of producing, but the  half has not been told.  "These two valleys running up from  the south aud down from the north to  meet each other, where the headwaters  of Graveyard and Quilchena creeks almost mingle as they rise to flow in opposite directions, from what is possibl3r  the richest belt of its size in the province, rich in both mineral and agricultural resources. ^Miles upon miles  of coal beds over which the grass grows  on vast expanses of natural meadow  where thousands of cattle and horses  now roam, rich deposits of iron and  copper, tae latter bearing gold, plenty"  of timber for industrial purposes water  in abundance and a beautiful climate,  such are some of the. advantages and  resources that rank this district second  to none among the many rich districts  of this naturally wealthy province.  ''Some have been into this country,  some are there now, confident in the  fature, knowing what they possess,  crying to deaf ears that a railway is  all that is needed to turn a wilderness  iato a hive of industry, and they are  indeed as one cay ing in the wilderness.  "What is true of this district is also  largely true of the Okanagan country,  and as a means of enjoyment and of  acquiring some real knowledge of a  portion of the natural wealth of British  Columbia a trip from Kamloops through  Nicola and Similkameen to the Boundary country and north again to the C.  P. R. at Sicamous via the Okanagan  valley, would be difficult to equal, in  the enjoyment found and knowledge  gained, by any similar trip of equal  length.  "Fifty miles south of Kamloops, by  ..._>vagpn^road^J|^^e.^cpajfields]of^^e  Nicola valley in a rolling, parklike  country where immense well-watered  pastures are interspersed with belts of  timber and the bunch grass of the  ranges already   feeds   50,000   head  of  Put The  Kibosh on  Headaches  Our headache tablets  will relieve the worst,  cracking, growling-,  tif-ave racking- headache  in a few minutes time  ���all pain vanishes  within an hour.  There are people who  believe that there is no  headache that these  magical tablets cannot  cure.  Large'Box 25 cts.  White Bros.  Dispensing Cbcmists, Greenwood  I have for sale some of the finest Ranches and Fruit Lands in the District.   These can be purchased for p  cash or on easy terms. X Improved Land and Young Orchards which can be bought cheap NOW will  soon be worth considerable money and bring in large incomes to there lucky owners.  BE WISE AND BUY NOW.  For Full information Apply to      pre{JerIC  W. McL^lIie  Broker &'General Insurance Agent, ." . Copper Street, Greenwood.  cattle and 12,000 horses, the property  of some stock raisers who have gone  into the district and prospered.  "Not so numerous as these, but still  large, ate the herds of Similkameen,  where the natural features of the country, which lies some 19,000 feet nbove  sea level, are practically identical with  those of the Nicola valley.  "About forty miles from Kamloops  on Quilchena creek and commencing  near Nicola lake, is the large Triangle  ranch, the property of the B.C. Market  Co. of this city and Victoria, and a  most magnificent ranch it is. With  some miles of range land, the gem of  the'property is several hundred acres  of bottom .land, once a lake, on the  level of Quilchena. creek and below the  benches. This bottom, which never  floods, is composed of the silt of a geological epoch, and there are many such  places along Ihe course of the creek.  No more fertile and inexhaustible land  is made than this. The benches themselves present the appearance of a  huge park, as stated before, and fully  half the laud could oe irrigated aud  made to produce heavy crops. Even  now some Indians who have been cultivating in a rude way some of the  land in this neighborhood are raising  from two to four and a half tons of  timothy hay to the acre and the potatoes grown there are equal in' size,  quality and weight of crop to the  famous Ashcrofts.  Coal lies under a portion at least of  the Triangle ranch and adjoining it to  the south are the 30 squaee miles of  coal ffeids that the Diamond Vale Coal  and Iron Mines company, of which Mr.  T. J. Smith uf Vancouver is manager,  has been prospecting and developing  for the past couple of years. Here the  coal formation of sandstone extends  for many miles and over and over  a'gairi'seams bf"coarcair_bc"seen crop-'  ping oM on the sides of the gullies cut  by the creeks that flow into the Quilchena. It is possible to ride for miles  through this district and come on cropping after cropping until the traveller  almost grows to think that.coal is the  country rock of the Quilchena ranges.  Some pf the seams are only from one  to two feel in thickness and are consequently of little or no commercial  value but others again have a thickness  of four, six and even more feet. On  one claini belonging to the Diamond  Vole people an open cut shows six feel  of hard coal, another four,, while another claini lias 15 feet of clean coal.  On another claim the company has run  a tunnel in six feet of solid, hard coal.  This is known as the Jackson scam and  by chemical analysis, is shown to be  oueof the best in the province. The  analysis of Ihe Diamond Vale coal  gave a result of 32.5 volatile matter,  59.2 fixed carbon, moisture 5.0 and 3.3  ash. In the lable from which these  figures are taken and which includes  coal from Law's seam in the Nicola  valley, Crow's N,est, Similkaincei),  Vancouver Island and Ashnola, the  sample from Law's seam takes second  place among British Columbia coals.  This seam belongs to the Nicola Valley  Iron & Coal Co., whose claims are situated about nine miles northeast of the  Diamond Vale property. This seam is  named after Mr: Charles Law, of this  city, who is largely interested in coal  and, indeed, Vancouver men are largely interested in both these properties.  "Here in this coal region is wealth,  wonderful wealth. There are many  promising copper and iron properties  in this district which alone would provide a,large home market for much of  the Diamond Vale coal, which is of  good coking quality, suitable for  smelting purposes, and all that i.s need-  The water is down and now  is the time to go fishing  Rods,    <:Reels  Lines, ^flies,  and other tackle at  reasonable   prices.  COLES & FRITH  Books,   Stationery,  Cigars,  Wall Papers, Etc.  I  I fill  IIP  PROVERB  What is more annoying  to a man ot* a woman,  who wishes to get up at a  certain hour in the morn'  in y than to find that they  have overslept themselves?  nu  t  insure punctuality in get'  inc, to work "on time" in  the morning, There can  be no "second nap" when  this alarm clock calls.  Isn't it well worth a lot of  money  for such services,  I IL 111$1.50  JEWELLERS, Greenwood.  ^������^������������������X'*********^*****  Comfortable Rooms.  Everything First Class-  THE SWAYNE  HOUSE.  Silver Street,  Greeriwooa,  c^~x��<k��x~x~X'X��<"X~x-X"X��'X��>  I  ii  Continued ou page 7.  June 7th, 16th, 17th and 18th; July  1st, 2nd and 3rd, and August 8th. 9th  and 10th. from this territory to SI.  Louis and Chicago. Are you going '���'  If so. write me fur detailed information. The Best Service between St.  Paul atid Chicago over "The Northwestern Line.".  H. S. COLLINS. General Agent,  Spokane, Wash.  ��**a��a��a��������s��a*a*��*��#��a��a*��*������aa��a**aa��a������������������s&  *  a  a  *  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  " a  a  a  a  ��  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  *  a  a  a  a  a  ��� a  a  a  K  *"  a'  aa  Greenwood,  ��w****a��#a��*��*��a��#**aa��a*aa����a*��aa��**a#����a��������0������#  rp=  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  r "M �����  *     ���  ' ^TheElkhornLager Beer Contain^ only Pul^ Malt Hoj^ Try  It! It is kepton draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  '4im  m  Drink Old Fashioned  p  w  (��***  m  m MADE BY THE  m  LOUIS  FORSCHNER BREWING  CO.  m  ���- "We  live  to eat. and eat to Live" is an old axiom 2  tr but in order to live you must get the best to eat. 2  TRY   OUR  Ef 81*, If lis, on fit |  g       OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME IN SEASON      %  I The New INDEPDNDENT MEAT MARKET I  SZ   "Phone  S^   NV 20.  __ The Union Meat Company |  ^iiiiiiiiiiiiaiiuimaamiiaiiiaiiuuuiaiiiiuiiaiiiuuaiia^ BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES  Synousis of Regulations for Disposal of Minerals on Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the  Northwest Territories and the Yukon  Territory.  Coal.���Coal lands may be purchased  at S10 per acre for soft coal and S20 for  anthracite. Not more than 320 acres  can be acquired by one individual or  company. Royalty at the rate of ten  cents per ton of 2000 pounds shall be  collected on fjross output.  Quartz.���Persons of eighteen years  and over and joint stock companies  holding free miners' certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free miner's certificate is granced  for one or more years, not exceeding  five, upon payment'in advance of S7.S0  per annum for an individual, and from  S50 to $100 per annum for a company,  according to capital.  A free miner, having discovered coal  in place, may locate a claim 1500x1500  feet by marking out the same with two  legal posta. bearing location notices,  one at each end on the line of the lode  or vein. .    .  The claim shall be recorded within  fifteen days if located within ten miles  of a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The fee  for recording a claim is $5 00.  At least $100 must be expended on  the claim each year or paid to the mining recorder in lieu thereof. When  $500 has been expended or paid, the  has been expended or paid, the locator  mav, upon having a survey made, and  upnii complying with the other requirements, purchase the land at $1.00  an acre.  Permission may be granted by the  Minister of the Interior to locate  claims containing iron and mica, also  copper, in the Yukon Territory, of au  area not exceeding 160 acres.  The patent for a mining location  shall provide for the payment of royalty on the sales not exceeding five per  cent.  Placer Mining, Manitoba and the  N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Terri-  tory,_piacer mining claims generally  are 100 ft. square; entry fee, $5 renewable yearly. On the North Saskatchewan river claims for either bar or  bench' the former being 100 feet long  and extending between high and low  water mark. The latter includes bar  diggings, but extends back to the base  of the hill or bank, but not exceeding  1000 feet. Where steam power is used,  claims 200 feet wide may bj obtained.  Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory.���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each  for a term of twenty years, renewable  in the discretion of the Minister of the  Interior.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged bed or bars of the river below low water mark, and subject to  the rights of all persons who have, or  who may receive entries for bar diggings or bench claims, except on the  Saskatchewan river, where the lessee  may dredge to high water mark on  each alternate leasehold.  The lessee shall have a dredge in  operation within one season from the  - date-of-the, lease-foreach/five.miles,  but where a person or company has  obtained more than one lease one  dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction is sufficient. Rental, $10 per annum for each mile of river leased.  Royalty at the rate of two and a half  per cent collected on the out put after it  exceeds 810,000.  Dredging in the Yukon Territory-  Six leases of five miles each may be  granted to a free miner for a term of  twenty years, also renewable.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged 'beds or bars in the river  below low water mark, that boundary  to be fixed by its position on the 1st  day of August in the year of the date  of the lease.  The lessee shall have one dredge in  operation within two yeats from the  date of the lease, and one dredge for  each five miles, within six years from  such date Rental S100 per mile for  first year, and $10 per mile for each  subsequent year. Royalty, same as  placer mining.  Placer mining in the YuKcn Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill  clainis sliall not exceed 250 feet in  length, measurid on the base line or  general direction of the creek or gulch,  the width being 1,000 to 2,000. All  other  placer  claims shall  be 200 feet  SOI1"*  viaimes are marked by two legal  posts, one at each end, bearing notices.  Entry must be obtained within ten  days, if the claim is within ten miles  of mining rec.inl^r's office. One additional day allowed for each ten miles  or fraction.  The person or company staking a  claini must hold a free miner's certificate.  The disenveriT of a new mine is entitled t In im .ii 1,000 feet in length,  and if the i>.iity consists of two 1,500  altogether, on iii.-output of which no  royalty will be charged, the rest of the  party ordinary claims only.  Entry fee 510. Royalty at the rate  of two and one half percent, on the  value of the gold shipped from the  Yukon territory to be paid to the Com-  dtroller.  No free miner shall receive a grant  of more than one min ing claim on e"ich  seperate river, creek or gulch, but the  same miner ma3' hold any number of  claims by purchase, and free miners  may work their claims in partnership  by filing notice and paying fee of 52.  A claim may be abandoned, and another ob'ained on the same creek,  gulch or river, by giving notice and  paying a fee.  Work must be done a claim each year  to the value of at least of $200.  A certificate that work has been done  must be obtained each year. If not,  the claim shall be deemed to be abandoned, and open to occupation and entry by a free miner.  The boundaries of a claim may be  defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing notices in the  Yukon Official Gazette.  Hydraulic Mining, Yukon Territory  ���Locations suitable for hydraulic mining having a frontage of from one to  five miles, and a depth of one mile or  more, may be leased for twenty years  provided the ground has been prospected by the applicant or his agent;  is found to be unsuitable for placer  mining; and does not include within  its boundaries any mining claims'already granted. A rental of $150 for  each mile of frontage, and a royalty  at the rate of  two and one-half per  cent, on the value of the gold shipped  from the Territory are charged. Operations must be commenced within one  year from the date of the lease, and  not less than $5,000 must be expended  annually. The lease excludes all base  metals, quartz and coal, and provides  for the withdrawal of unoperated lands  for agricultural or building  purposes.  Petroleum���All unappropriated Db-  minion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon  Territory are open to prospecting for  petroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual or company  having machinery on the land to be  prospected, an area of 640 acres Should  the prospector discover- oil in paying  quantities, and satisfactorily establish  such discovery, an area not exceeding  640 acres, including the oil well and  such other land as may be determined  will be scld to the discoverer at the  rate of $1.00 an acre, subject to royalty  at sush rate as may be specified by  order-in-council.  JAMES A. SMART,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.  Department of the Interior,  Ottawa."'  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  TO DAVID HEATH, HENRY SHIELDS, otto any person or persons to whom they may  have transferred their interest in ihe Paymaster mineral claim, situate in the (ireeuwood Mining Division of Yale district.  You are hereby notified that 1 have expended  the sum of $1000 for siirve.finir the above mentioned claim and $2.50 for recording the same  for an assessment, such beinir required and  necessary to hold the said claim for the vear  ending- October 11,1903, under the provision of  the Mineral Act and Amending Acts; and if at  the expiration of ninety davs from the date of  the lirst publication of this* notice in the Bound  ary Creek Times, you fail cr refuse to contribute your portion of such expenditure,  namely, ?51.25, tojrelher with all cosis of adver-  Uk'iiikt, your interests in said mineral claini  shall become invested In me, [ your co-owner]  upon filiiiff in tlie proper office in that behalf  Uie affidavit required by section 4, of the Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1900."  Datad this 9th dav of June, 1904.  ROBERT WOOD.  Rocking chairs for one dollar and up,  at Clint's, Copper st.  MINEKAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "DIXIE" mineral claini, situate in the Greenwood Mininp Division of Yale District.  Wherelocated:   In Deadwood camp.  TAKE Nt )TICE that I, Robert Wood, agent  for the Vancouver and Boundary Creek Devel-  opiiic-and Miniii).'Cott pany, Limited Liability. Free Miner's Certificate No. B8S418, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Milling Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grantof the aboveclaim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificateof Improvements.  Dated this 30th dny of June. A. D. 1904.  ROBERT WOOD.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "Gold Drop Fraction" mineral claim situate in  the Greenwood   Mining  Division   of   Yale  District.     Where  located:      On   Wallace  Mountain,  joining   tlie    Gold    Drop   aud  Alaska Mineral Claims.  TAKE NOTICE that 1, Sydney M. Johnson,  acting  as  agent  for  Wilfrid   Cookson,   Free  Miner's Certificate No. B85419, and Thomas W.  Murray, Free Miner's Certificate  No.   B5SS99,  intend .sixty days from the date hereof, to apply tc the Mining Recorder for a Certificateof  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further lake  notice  that  action, under  section 37, must be commenced before  the issuance of such Certificate of Impiovements.  Oated this 14th day of June A. D., 1904.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Connection Fractional" Miueral Claim, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of  Yale District. Where located: Skylark  camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, J. P. Myers-Gray,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B85695, agent for  James Sutherland, Free Miner's Certificate No-  B85587, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorder fora Certificate oflmprovements. for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant on the above claim.  And further take notice that  action,   under  section 37, must be commenced before tbe issuance of such Certificate of Improvements,  a Dated this 17th day of June, A.D. 1904.  J. P. MYERS-GRAY.  t-V^  '#���  on ��our  mm  close '^^>LPrintn  * ^ggggf^���  Styles are constantly changing and you do not want to use  out of date stationery. We are keeping abreast with the  times by adding new stock, new type, and all material  necessary for the execution of first-class work. Look over  you stationery and if you are in need in any lines drop in and  make known your-wants and we will do our utmost to satisfy  j'ou, or easier still call us up on phone 29 and our solicitor will  call on you.  Che Only  Printing Plant tn Cbe  Boundary Country Run by P0i��er  This enables us to turn out a greater amount of work  than the other offices. The capacity of our three presses for  a days work of nine hours is 50,000 impression, thus enabling  us to do your work quicker, cheaper and better. If you have  never seen a power printing press work, come in and we will  explarh  it to you, it is kept here for your purpose���printing.  ..Cbe  Boundary Creek  times..  Published by us is recognized as the leading weekly in the  Boundary, giving the mining news seven days earlier than its  neighboring weeklies. The progressive business firms of  this city recognize this by the liberal use of its columns to sell  their wares.    In price, one year's subscription is only $2.00.  Cbe Boundary Creek times  Printing $ Publishing Company*  i. ��.  SISSBIE  V  I  ���.���Wrtrt&tt&v^^.^"^^"^:"^ *y;  BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES.  .���*\*r*\*s*\~r'\*s/\*r'\**  ST00KBBR0S  Havinp something else in   view  offer their well known  1 V  For Sale  706 Acres  ISO acres suitable for cultivation  balance pastures and range.  100 foot hay and cattle sheds.  First class fencing.  Extensive Hog pasture��� creek  running thro���well fenced���pig  proof.  Young Orchard just coming into  bearing stock at option of purchaser.  SO acres Timothv-Clover-Brome  Grass.  Barns all floored���chicken and  root houses.  Current prices paid ranchers for  dressed meats, etc. Pork 8 to  10c. Beef 8 to 10c. Eggs 35  to 60c dozen. Butter 35c lb.  Oats 50c bushel, wheat $1.00  bushel.  There's Money In Ranching at the  above prices���you can't get away from  it. There Is no section so well adapted  to stock raising or fruit growing (as  Boundary Creek) that produces so little  of what It consumes. Market at your  door.  The Freight is yours.  \ The Boundary for the  ) rancher is an empire of  ^ its own.  X  Our market Is protected on the East ty  c   the C- P. F-, on the south by the Custom  House, on the West and North by Land   1  limited and undeveloped. \  For further infotmatlon see: ��  i   Five Miles North  of  Midway,   B.   C.  RAILWAY.  The only all rail route between points east  west and south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand  Forks and Republic.  Buffet cars run between Spokane aud North-  port.  ':��� Effective June 1-ltli, 1903.  Leave  8:45 a. in.  10:40 a. m.  7:20 a. m.  10:35 a. m.  8:30 a. m.  Spokane  Rossland  Nelson  Grand Forks  Republic  Arrive  6:15 p. ni.  4:35 p. 111.  7:20 p. m.  4:00 p. m  6:15 p. 111.  In Connection With  GREAT  NORTHERS  RAILWAY  TICKETS To All POINTS  SHORT TJNE TO  . ��T.   PAUL,,    DULUTH,    M.NNEA-  POLIS, CHICAGO and ALL I OINTS  BAST. SEATTLE, TACOM/   VICTORIA, PORTLAND and all t ACIFIC  COAST POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.  Dining   and  Buffet Smoking Library  car.  2 Fast Trains Daiiy 2  For rates, folders and full information regarding trips, call on or address a agent of the S. F. & N. Railway, or  H. A. Jackson, H. Brandt,  g. f. &. p. a., c. p. & T. A ,  Spokane 7sl W Riverside Ave  Wash. Spokane, Wash  WESTERN ELDORADO  Continued from patre 5.  ed and must come in time, and the best  and in fact, only available route for it  is already surveyed, and lies through  the heart of this coal area, following  the creek through the Diamond Vale  claims.  "From the Nicola Valley Iron & Coal  Co.'s property on Coldwater creek can  be seen the young and healthy town of  Nicola, distant about eight miles across  a succession of park-like benches.  "Leaving the northbound Quilchena  behind, the wagon road and proposed  railroad crosses the watershed to  Graveyard creek which flows south, as  it belies its name by taking its way  through some of the most cheerful and  beautiful country on the map���the dry  belt of British Columbia.  Near the head of Graveyard creek is  Aspen Grove, a place destined to be  much better known than it is now, for  in this vicinity, ibout a dozen miles  below Quilchena and 38 miles from  Princeton, are located some t'ery valuable copper-gold properties. Here, as  all through Nicola and Similkameen,  the interest and enterprise of Vancover  people are in evidence. Princeton, sit-  tuated at the junction of Graveyard  creek, with the Similkameen river, is  the centre of a splendid mining country. Here is an enterprising community awaiting with excusable i in patience  the advent of the railway, the lack of  which they regard :i> tin-only bar to  their grent proaperity. indeed there  are strong indications that several  Rosslands and Fernies would spring  up through this country if it had the  means of transportation The Princeton townsite company, managed by  Captain Waterman, owns a valuable  coal field in the vicinity and about six  miles southeast of the town, on the  Similkameen river, is the famous Copper mountain, said to be almost a mass  of ore, where the Sunset Copper company are developing their valuable  properties as well as wagon road communication will permit. Just across  the river is Kennedy mountain, which  is also almost entirely staked for mineral claims. In the opposite direction  about 10 miles northwest of Princeton,  on the Tulameen. is a valuable coal  lield in which prominent Vancouver  business men are chiefly interested and  the coal from which is said to be  second to none in the Province. In the  same district, about 18 miles northwest  of Princeton is a copper-gold property  owned by Messrs. W. H. Armstrong  and Charles Law of Vancouver who  with Kiddie, the Ladysmith smelter  man, are on the property at present  and have started development work,  while not far away on Boulder creek is  a very promising property of the same  nature owned by an Iowa syndicate  and already partially developed.  All these properties which give every  indication of great value, are absolutely dependen t~f or-their-proper development on the building of a railway over  the proposed route.  Princeton is the centre ofthe Similkameen country and has some enterprising citizens among whom tne  Similkameen Star is conspicuous for  his persistent efforts to keep the advantages and clainis of the district before the public and the govern merit,  while Mr. Jackson, the proprietor of  the Hotel Jackson, also does his share.  The latter gentleman has marked the  distance to Princeton every mile for  25 miles along the government wagon  road oil each side of the town has a  and has a cabinet of ores that is said  to be among the fiest collections in  the country. These two gentlemen  are now preparing a collection of Similkameen ore for exhibition in the  rooms of the Vancouver Tourist association.  From Princeton to Hedley is 25 miles  and the latter place i.s now, thanks to  the enterprise of the Daly Reduction  company in developing the Nickel PI ate  mine, a nourishing little town. The  mine has beeu fully developed and the  company is just conniencing to operate  the new 40-stanip mill for crushing the  ore which is subsequent}- treated by  the cyanide process for which an extensive and complete plant has been  installed. Hundreds of men are employed and Mr. M. K. Rogers, the very-  able manger, conrary to the more  usual practice, shuts everything down  on Sundays. Mr. Rogers is reported  to have said thatt he mines that pay  the biggest dividends don't work on  Sundays. And Mr. Rogers cannot be  scoffed at, as a weak-kneed victim of  superstition either a" his ways and  work in and around Hadley win prove.  A couple of yean* or so ago Mr. Rogers  asked the government to build a road  to Peniticton from Hedley This load  would be thirty miles long and would  cut off   a   considerable   distance,   the  government road going around by  Fairview and Okauagnu Falls, besides  avoiding a bad grade on the xisting  toad. The government cotil'd not see  its way to building the new road just  th<Mi, so Mr. Rogers said no more, but  put out his own engineers, surveyed  the route and build a first-class road  himself, which has now superseded the  old one. Altogether the Daly Reduction company, under the supervision of  Mr. Rogers, have spent over a million  dollars on the Nickel Plate mine and  Mr. Rogers is reported to have under  consideration the building by his company of their own railroad to the boundary line, if the government does not  soon make some move, in  the matter."  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICK  "Alameda"' mineral claim,situate in the C.reeu  wood miniiiu- division of Yale District.  Where located:   In Deadwood Cam p.  TAICH NOTICB tliat 1, Isa.ie H. Ilallelt.  as agent for Kvcrctt K. llartlcu. I'm-  Miners' CiTtilicaii- No. I!.sil373, and Helen II.  Harlli'll. Frcr Miners' Ceriilicate intend si.\i v  tlavs from the date- hereof, lo applv in Ilu;  Minin-r Fceorder for a Ceriilicate of Improve-  inems, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grain of Hit; above claim.  And furtlier lake  notice tli.it action,  ninU'i  section  37,  must he commenced   liefore  the issuance of such Ccriilicati: of Improvements.  Dated tliis Hill il.-it- of Marcli. HUM.  T. II. Ham.btt.  T  June 7th, 16th, 17th and 18th; July  1st, 2nd and 3rd, and August 8th, 9th  and 10th, from this territory to St.  Louis and Chicago. Are you going ?  If so, write me for detailed information. The Best Service between St.  Paul and Chicago over "The Northwestern Line.".  H. S. COLLINS, General Agent,  Spokane, Waslr.  GRAND FORKS SUMMER FAIR.  The official programme is as  follows:���-  First day, 2 p.m.-���No. 1���Running-, Xnlile dash, purse-$50. No.-  2���Running, 3-4 mile, purse $250.  No. 3���Running, 3-8 mile, in  heats, purse $150. No. 4���Running, Grand. Forks Derby, one  mile, purse $400. No. 5���Cowboy race, 300 yards, two turns,  $40 in prizes, entrance free, post  entries. No. 6���Running, 5-8  mile; purse $150.  Second day, 2 p.m.���No. 7���  Gentlemen's saddle horse race, %  mile, owners up, prize $40. No.  S���Running 1-3 mile, heats, best  two in three, prize $200. No. 9���  Pony race, 1-4 mile, 14>^ hands  and under, purse S50. No. 10���  Seagram Cup, distance 7-8 mile,  all ages, winner of Grand Forks  Derbjr to carry 7 pounds additional weight, for a cup valued  at $500 donated by J. F. Seagram  of Waterloo, Ont., and $300 cash  added py the association. Cup  to be won two years consecutively  by same owner to become private  property, purse eivided. No. 11���  Cowboy race, 1-4 mile, 2 turns,  purse $20: fist $15, second $5,  post entries, entries free.  Consolation races will be run  on__.t^e_itbJrd....d_ay_,_;August 27^  They will be open to horses  which have failed to win prizes  in the other races, purses Avill be  appropriated from 90 per cent of  gate receipts on third day.  Horse exhibits���Parade before  the grand stand on August 25 or  26. Liberal cash prizes will be  offered in the fo'lowiug classes,  namely;  Best thoroughbred stallion,  best saddle horse, best standard  bred stallion. Conditions: Four  to enter in each competition,  prize in each class $10.  The conditions for the horse  races will be as follows: All  purses divided 70, 20 and 10 per  cent. Tlie rules of the New California Jockey club to govern.  Entrance fee five per cent of  purse with live per cent additional from winners. In all  races four to enter and three to  start. Entries in all events close  with the secretary, Yale hotel.  August 24th at 6 p.m.  A programme of athletic sports  is being arranged.  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements-  notici;.  "Alma1"' and "Scorpion'' mineral claims.  situaiL- in the Greenwood Mining- division of  Yale district. Whero locaied : AI Cani]>  McKinney joining the Pend re minora  claim.  TAKIC NOTICE that Sydney M. Johnson,  actinu- for 1'hilip I!. S. Stanhope free miner's certificate No. 11554*". intend, sixty pays  from thedate hereof. To apply to the Mining- recorder for a ceriilicate of Improvements, for  the prrpose of obtaining a crown Grant ofthe  above claim.  And furtlier take  notice   that   action,   undei  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such certificate of iniprovements.  Dated this 30th day of January A. O., F>o+,  Sidnkv M. Johnson-.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICIi  "Duncan" mineral claim, sitnats in the Greenwood niininir division of Yale Dislrict.  Where locator:  On Wallace Mountain.  TAKE NOTICK that I, Sydney M. Johnson, Froe Miners' Certiiicate No. it55250,  acting for self and as agent for Robt. Wood,  Free Miners' Certificate No. 11.15517. and Ralph  Smailes, Free Miners' Certificate No. B55521,  intend sixty days from the date hereof, to  apply to tlie Mining Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  11 Crown Grant of the above claim.  And   fiuther take notice that action,  under  section 37, must be commenced  before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this lltli day of March, A. L). 1904.  Svd.vky M. Johnson.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  DOUBLE STANDARD Mineral   Claim,   situate hi the Greenwood   Minim-   Division   of  YaleDistrict.   Wherelocated:     Iu Central  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson,  ac'iug as agent for ElizabeUt  McKellar, Free  Miner's Certilicaie No.   IS  77140,  intend,  sixty-  days from tlie date hereof, to apply to the Miuiiij- Recorder tor a Certificate of Iiiiprovenients  for the purpose of obtain Ins.'   ii Crown Grantof  the above claim.  And furtlier take notice   that   action,   under  section 37, must be com inclined before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated tliisoOtlt day of April, A. D. 1901.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  MINERAL ACT  1396.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  OWT. Mineral claini. situate in the Greenwood  Mining Division of Yale Dislrict. Located  in Deadwood Camp joining the Tiulic M n  eral Claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Sydney M. Johnson,  Free Miueis Certiiicate No. B. 5525C, acling!for  self and as agent for George R. Naden. Free  Miners Certi licate No. Ti 4KJ55. John N. Greden,  Free Miners Certificate No. H 551-15, and the  British America Development Co.. Ltd., Free  Miners Certificate No. Ii 71612, intend, sixty  davs from the date hereof, lo apply to the Milliner Recorder for a Certi licate ol Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grantof  the above claim.  And fiuther take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced liefore tlie  issuance of such Certificate ot Iniprovements.  Dated this 30ili dny of April, A. D., 1004.  ��� SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  MINERAL, ACT.  CerlirkJf.e of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "Luclcv   Boy,"   "Red    Jacket"    and   "Never  Sweat" mineral claims, situate in   the  Green-  ��� wood   Mining    Division  of   Yale  District.  AVhere located:  On China  Creek,  on West  Fork of Ketlle river.  TAKE NOTICE that Svdnev M. Johnson,  Free Miner's Ceriifieale No. 1:41751 for  self and as agent for Geo. R. Nadeu, Free  Miner's Certificate No. 1141055: AV. G. Gaunce,  Free Miner's Certificate No. l!X0205;Tlic British  American Development Co., Ltd., Free Miner's  Certilicaie No. 1571012, and F. F. Ketchum, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B55500.iiileud, sixty days  from tliu date Iiereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a certificate of Iniprovenieiiis, for  the puoposeof obtaining a crown Oram of the  above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the isstt-  anceof such ceriifieale of improvements.  Dated this20th day of February, A. D. l'>04.  Siouuy M. Johnson.  _..__ MINERALACT.,_.__  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Makkiiai.t.,   Mjrsiiau   Fhaction,    Litti.k  Annus. Litti.15   IJiioo  Mineral   Claims,  situate  in   the  Greenwood Mining Division  of A"tile District.   Where locaied���Iu Greenwood   camp,   at   the   head  of   Providence  creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Sydney M. Johnson,  acting   as agent,   for  James   MeNulty,    Free  Miner's Ceriilicate No. B55171.John Bresuahan,  Free   Miner's ��� Certilicaie   No.  BS020H,    Danie:  Bresnalian. Free Miner's C.Tcilicate \fo. 1155170.  aud Thomas Clark, Free Miiier'sCertilicale No.  B552')'i. iulend. sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining  recorder  for Cerl-  licates of Improvements, for the purpese of obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims.  Aud . further take uoiice that action, under  section 37, mustbi ('oiiiineuecd before the issuance of f-ticli Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 22ml duv of Jauuarv, A. D. 1904.  apl SYDNEY  M. JOHNSON.  TO RICKARD   McCULLOCK  or to any person or persons to whom he may have transferred   his interest  in   the  Klondyke   and  Nordae  mineral   claims    situaied     in   tlie  Gleeuwood   Mining   Oivision  of   Yale  district.  A'011  are  hereby   noli lied   that  we   have  expend,-il tlu, sum of r4U> iu assessment  work-   011  the above claims  io|>elucr with   ��10.1.(1  for  tv  cordiuy lh,; same   such  work-  being required  and necessary   to   the said claims for the years  10H2-3 ending August 2nd,   '.'Kl:i.   under Ihe provisions   -.(the Mineral Act and ,\ mending Acts;  and if at the expiralio.: ol ninety days from the  dale of  the   first piihlicatiou   of  lliis notice iu  the   Houndary   Creek   Times, you fail or refuse  lo contribute your portion of such expenditure,  namely 5153.75. together with all cosls of adver  Using,  your   interest   iu   said  mineral  claims  shall became vested in us (your co-ownersjiipou  filing in the proper ollice in" thai behalf the alb-  davit re<iii!ml   by  section 4 of  Ihe Mineral Act  Assessment Act. 1900.  Daled this 22nd doy of April, 1904.  Geo. A. McK,\fitii:,  H.VKUY A. SlIAI.I.KNllRKGHK.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  TriE KNIGHT  RAMBLER   Mincnil   Claim,  situated in the Greenwood Mining Division  of Yale District.   Wliere located:    In Camp  McKinuey, adjoining the Fontenoy Miner  al Claim 011 theeast.  TAKE NOTICE that 1. Henry Nicholson,  Free Miner's Certiiicate No. B41SSS. acting as agent for W. A. McKay. Free Miner's  Certiiicate No. B41841. aud J. TI. McKenzie  Free Miner's Ceriifieale No. B 41847, intend  sixty days from thedate hereof, lo apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improve  meuts for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  . And   further take notice that action,  uuder  section 37,  must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 20th day of May, A. D., 1904.  HENRY NICHOLSON.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "Anglo-Saxon'   "lleer Bell" and "Little Pete"  Mineral Claims, situate iu  the  Greenwood  Mining Division of A'alc  District.     Where  located : On Saw or Baker Creek on or near  Anarchist Mountain.  TAKE  NOTICE   that  1. John  P.  McLeod,  Fiee Min  r's Ceriilicate No. B 80240, acting as  agent  lor Thomas McDonnell.   Free   Miner's  Ceriilicate No  I! 553S1   and   Marv    A.    Desro-  siers,   Free   Miner's   Certificate   No.   B   8015S,  intend,      sixty        days      from       the       date  hereof,   lo   apply   10    the    Mining   Recorder  for Certilicatesof Improvements  for the purpose of ohtaiiiing Crown Grants lo Ihe above  claims.  And further  take notice that actions, under  section 37, must he commenced  before the  issuance of such certi licates of improveinents.  Dated lliis 2Slh dav nf May, 1904.  ���      J. P. M'LEOD.  MINERAL   ACT,  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  TOBOGGAN Mineral Claim, situate in the  Greenwood Mining Division ofYaleDist-  rici. Wliere located: At Hartford Junction.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Svdney M. John-  sen. Free Miner's Certificate No. 1355250,  acting for self und as agent for Joseph Bassett,  Free Miner's Certificate No. IJ55154, Harrv L.  Morgan, Free Miner's Certificate No. IJ55290  and James Neivby, Free Miner's Certificate  No. B 74437, intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply lo the Mining Recorde  for a certiiicate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining erou-ugraut of the above  claim.  And   further take  notice that action, under  section 37, must  be commenced  before the issuance of such cerli licates of im provemeiits.  Dated thi-* 10th day of April, A. 1).. 1901.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  OS; FLOYD;Proprietor,���������  PURE  MILK   AND  CREAM  Delivered Daily to any part  of the city.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  King Solomon, Queen of Sltcba and Jumbo  Fraction Mineral Claims, situate in the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  AVhere located: 011 Beaver Creek two miles  North of Beaverdell.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson  acting as agent for John A Crawford,  Free Miner's Certiiicate No. B.siJ20i. Win. Olsen,  Free Minei's Ceriilicate No. 1!30572. AVni.  Kiuu, Free Miner's Certificate No. IS5.-H30 ami  Joseph P. ICcllv, Free Miner's Certiiicate No.  USS3S0, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  lo apply lo tins Mining Kecorder for a Certificate of Improvements foi the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of ihe above claims.  And fnrlher take notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced before the  issuance of such   Certificateof   Improveinents.  Dated this Villi day of March, A. p., 19U4.  SA'DNEV M. JOHNSON.  MINERAL, ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Springfield" Mineral Claim, situate in the  1 Geeeiuvood Mining Division cf Yale Dis  I trict. Where locaied: ���In Denver Creek  I        Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac II. Hallett. as  agent for James Nupier 1'aioii, l'r.:-  : Miller's Ceriilicate No. l:i,:i!'i,. and Ralph  1 Smales, Free Miner's Certificate No. KrsS-l.  I iulend. sixty days froiii Ihe date hereof lo  I apply lo the Mining Kecorder for n I'ertirieme  'of  Improvements for the   purpose of ol.liiiniin:  a  Grow n Giiint of the above claim  i     Ami further take  notice  that net ion,   under  'Section- 7.   iumk',   be   ?(iuimeu'~��ii   before   th;  I issiiaiite of such i'ei tiT-nte of Impiorem.,-,..  1     Dated ;hi�� V.I day of March. A. !>., i')iH.  I. H.Hali.ktt.  . . RAILWAY . . .  World's Fair Excursion  Rates  GREENWOOD TO  ST.  T���OUIS    S62.f>5  CHICAGO     67.75  TORONTO         90.00  MONTKRAL, ....*      100.65  HALIFAX  124.45  NEW YORK  103.65  3 MONTHS LIMIT.  DATES OF SALE:  June 7,  16, 17. IS; July 1, 2,   3;   Aug.  S, ���), 10; September 5, 6, 7.  Low Excursion Fares  for all eastern points will also he  quoted K��'iuK vi:i I-'ort Arthur all rail  or lake route returning- same or via  Chicago ami St. Ltjuis.  For   full   particulars  applv   to local  agents.  K.  R. KKI)]��ATH. Ag-ent.  Greenwood.  E. J. COYLE, J. S. CATER,  A.(i F-.A. Vancouver D.I'.A.Nel son BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES.  -<*<!��-  K. C. B, Frith, postmaster,  is at St. r  Leon.Hot Springs.  ttlfoat is Going on Hnd Being Done by People Ulb��  Inhabit tbe Great Boundary country.   e   ��   ��   ��  ��  R. K. and Mrs. Stevens are enjoying-  a holiday at St. Leon Hot Springs.  J. A. Anderson, inspector for the  Bank of B. N. A., paid the local branch  an official visit this week.  Rowland Machin who is the western  representative for Bennetts fuse and  the Holman drill was in the city on a  business trip this week.  Duncan Ross returned on Monday  from a successful political trip through  Similkameen and Nicola. Martin  Burrill the conservative candidate is  at present in the Cariboo country.  The electric current between Cascade  and the Greenwood smeller was cut off  for an hour Thursday morning by railway workmen who blasted the wires as  well as rock. Repairs were quickly  made and operations at the smelter  were not delayed for anv  great time.  Mrs. John Mulligan of Yorkers, N.  Y,, arrived here on Monday last on a  two months' visit to her daughter Mrs.  (Dr.) J. E. Spankie. Mr. and Mrs.  Spankie accompanied by Mrs. G.  Arthur Rendel! went up to Revelstoke  to meet Mrs. Mullisran.  G. Arthur Rendell last week visited  the Waterloo claim at the heal waters  of the North Fork of Kettle River and  took out through Fire Valley 1000  pounds of ore for a smelter test at the  Hall Mines smelter. The ore runs  high in silver. Mr. Rendell secured  an option on the property last fall.  Several other properties aie being- developed in the vicinity.  The Foulds Bros., won the drilling-  contest at Nelson on the fu'st and at  Chesaw on the Fourth. At the latter  point they won a side bet of $300.  Their opponents drilled 41 inches and  were sure of winning- but the big  Greenwood drillers were not satisfied  until they drilled completely through  the rock and started over again drilling 48 good inches  F. L- Underwood president of the B.  C. Copper company, W. H. Thomas  the company's expert and Frederic  Keffer the general manager visited1 the  Kamloops district last week. .-There'  are a number of promising mining-  properties"near'Kanild6ps~h6tably "the"  Iron Mask which contains large quantities of iron and it is possible that the  B. C, Copper company may acquire one  or more of t'rese.  Last Saturday the Toronto Globe  published a 76 page paper to com men-  orate the sixtieth anniversary of its  birth. The Globe made its first appearance on March 5, 18+4, and since  then has been largely identified with  the history of this country. It is easily  Canada's leading newspaper' and its  anniversary number is in keeping- with  its general policy of being always at  the top.  Wanted���Furniture and cook stoves.  H. J. Clint.  E. H. Thurston came down from the  Carmi this week.  J. W.   Nelson   is   applying   for   an  hotel license at Carmi.  C. Sc<.tt Galloway and J. Galloway  are up West Fork doing assessment  work.  Chas.   Galloway,  jr.,   has   returned  from a visit to the coast cities.  G. O. Guise the West Fork merchant  was in the city this week.  Gus.   Wheatley   is   down   from   the  West Fork.  Alex-. Robinson and associates have  bonded the Silver Cloud mineral claim  in Skylark camp from J. W. Nelson, I.  H. Hallett, J. P. McLeod, A. S. Black  and Duncan Ross. The consideration  is 310,000. Since going to v.��ork Mr.  Robinson has uncovered a vein of high  grade silver ore that gives assays  values of S115 to the ton. Three men,  are at work on the property.  score of years and whose delight it is  to criticise the younger players were  given good opportunity from start to  finish to point out errors and rotfen  playing-. Some in days gone by had  kept tally on a stick by notching both  sides and even atte.mpted it at the  start of this game but at the end ofthe  sixth innings there wasn't fence rails  enough around the grounds to hold the  notches for every run made. It was  awful! fierce! disgusting and trying on  the nerves to watch it. Grand Forks  won by fourteen runs. We do not  want to give the whole score. "Nuff  sed."   The Star bakery, opposite the court  house on Government street, has been  opened by Mr. F. Jaynes. Mr. Jaynes  who has been connected with the  'Vienna bakery for the past three years  ,and who is well known to evety resident in Greenwood is sure to give perfect satisfaction in the bakery business.    He solicits a share of the trade.  NOTICE.  Tuesday next, July 12th, at 8 o'clock  p. in., the Catholic Social Club of  Greenwood, sliall meet in thelhall opposite the Greenwood hotel, rfor the  election of officers. The ladies of the  Altar Society shall serve refreshments.  All Catholic men of Greenwood and  vicinity arc cordially invited.  FathkrJ. A. Budakd, O.M.I.  G. H. Olney, counsel for the New  York syndicate, who are negotiating  for the Midway and Vernon charter,  was in the city this week after visiting  the coast where he looked into the  charter of the company. Mr. Hazen  and another New York engineei went  over the route again last week and the  principals are expected here in a few  days. Until their arrival no definite  statement will be made.  Hon. Charles Fitzpatrick has "in tro-  duced two bills. One was to amend  the Election Act and th<" other was to  amend the Representation Act. The  amendment to the Election Act provides that the Returning Officer shall  fix the dates for holding the elections  in Comox-Atlin, Kootenay and Yale-  Cariboo. The constituencies which  will be treated in this way in other  parts of the Dominion are the two  Algomas, Ontario and Gaspe, Chicou-  timi and Sag-inaw.  Father Bedard is to be congratulated  upon his success in organizing a Catholic club. The objects of the club are  mutual aid and recreation and to give  its s'.iongest support to-the priest and  church.- Greenwood is the very centre  for many miners working at the development of new properties. This being  so, it will be but a little while before  the Greenwood Catholic Club is as  prosperous as any.  DR. MATHISON  DENTIST  Naden-Flood Mock, Greenwood. Ii. C.  A meeting of the Boundary medical  men was held in Greenwood on Tuesday last. Among those present were  Dr. Northop of Grand Forks, Drs.  Gordon and Boucher of Phoenix and  Drs. Schon, Spankie, Oppenheimer and  Foster.of-Greenwood. .-Matters relating to the profession were discussed  and an association formed with the  following- officers: President, Dr. J.  Edward Schon; Vice-president, R. B.  Northup; Sec.-treas., G. M. Foster,  and these with G. S. Gordon and S.  M. Oppenheimer to constitute the  executive committee. *  Tlie ball game last Friday afternoon  between Greenwood and Grand Forks  was witnessed by a large and enthusiastic crowd. The game itself was  throughout very poor playing on both  sides. Old fans whose days of ball  playing   have been over for the   last  LODGE I. 29  Meets everv Wednesday evening  at 8:00 iii the K. oi P. Hall.  All Brothers welcome.  A. D. HAT.T.KTT, A. S. KMHRKE,  k. of k. and s. C. c.  I. /*   ���^A��/l  All the World Loves a Lover  ANB ALL L0VERS LOVE L��VELY  PERFyMES.^^  WE have the finest and most varied assortment of fine  odors in this country in E. Pivers, Roger and Gallets,  Colgates, Grossmiths, Briedenbachs, Wampoles, and Sovereign  Co. Goods. . . . ANB THEY ARE FRESH.  50c, 75c, and $1.00 per Fluid Ounce.  WHY NOT BUY THE NEW GOODS ?  Thomas Drug Co.  NOTICE.  I wish to notify the public that I  have sold my bakery business to Mr. J.  Dockstoacer and bespeak for him the  same patronage from my customers  that I have enjoyed in the past. All  bills owing me must be paid on or before the 10th of July, 1904.  Rout. Hay.  If you are- in   need of Underwear it  will pay you to look at our stock.   As  jf a special we offer  DERBY RIBBED $1,51) a Suit  We carrv a full range of  "BIG HORN"  Union Made Working Clothes  which speak for themselves.  In clothing we can give you the latest  cuts, or if you are hard to fit we can  take your measure for the Crown  Tailoring Co. of Toronto, who ijuar-  . antee every grment sent out.  We also carry a full line of  Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Etc,  Russell-Law-Caulfield Co. Ltd.  <KHH>0<XX>0<>0<>O<>OOOOO<X><>CK>0^  OOO  o IHTOTlk  BEST $1 A DAY HOUSE IN THE CITY  Nicely Furnished  Rooms.  Hot and Cold Baths  Free to Guests.  WM. GREEN, Proprietor.  )00000<ioOOOOOOOOOOOOO-OCK>(>00000000<X>00<X>0<KXK��>00<>0000<?  a    ��� -���*  ft w-fe.      �� t-sra* _ .   .   . . . >3t�� a      ��   a *  ft     -���  ���  .Bannerman $ tuvls..  Proprietors.  ft  ft  *  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  *  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  t Our Phone Number is 13. 5  ft ��  ��ftftftftft-sfti��**ft��ft^��*fttM����H��ftft*��**}:fT:H��ft������fti:H:t��ft��#��������!(ftftttft#��ft  & LATEST  & CHEAPEST  & BEST ^  2~ Elegatn new designs, patterns and colorings.    All ^2  S^ the latest "hits" in artistic effects.    Blank papers ������  |~: for kitchens,   etc.     Tapestries  for dining-rooms -ZZ  ST and  bed-rooms;   ingrains  for  halls   and  sitting- ^'  ��T rooms; gilts for parlors, and all   sorts  of  combin- ^5  ET ations in beautiful wall papers.    Prices  begin   at ~3  5~ 15c and go up to $1.50 per double roll. ZCZ  S^ Don't  think that you must bin- if you come in to ~2  ~~ look  at   these   Wall  Papers.    We  want  to show ^2  t^ them   to  everybody in  this  part  of the country, ^3  ��~r whether they buy or not.    We  want  them  to see ^3  S^ '     what the newst, cheapest aud best papers are. ���;  ������"- Remember the place, and trade where your 5 does double duty. -^2  EE AT i~3  H SMITH &. MC RAE |f  S^ Dealers in Stationery, Hooks, Kodaks,   Peridocals, Etc. ~-���  "���^ FREE, a booklet���Decorative Hints for  the  Dealer and Consumer.    -^2  ^liiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiuiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiauuiiiiiiiiiiii

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