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Madiii, organizer of the "Chosen Friends," is about to organize a lodge  of the order in Creston. This order is  fraternal and beneficial and both ladies  and gentlemen are eligible for membership. Mr. Madill has organized lodges  iu nearly every town, in B.C. from the  coast to as far east as Cranbrook, and it  is his intention to instal a lodge in evesj  town of fair size in the province, so that  people who join and travel from one  place to another will be able to find  friends. The society gives insurance  and benefits to both sexes on equal  terms, and it is making great progress,  both financially and in membership.  Mr. Madill has visited the Okanagan  and speaks very highly of that district,  but thinks the people in and around  Creston have better advantages and  brighter prospects lor the ft-tore.  Services in the Mercantile Hall,  Fourth Sunday after Easter, May 9th:  Matins and Holy Communion, 11 am. ,*  Sunday School, 3 p.m.; Evensong and  Sermon, 7.80 p m. Evensong at Alice  Siding Schoolhouse at S p.m.  Divine service will be held at Sloyie  every Monday at 8 p.m.  Evensong will be held at the srhool-  house,   Sirdar,   every   Wednesday   at  8 p.m. Philip C Hayman,  Vicar.  PROMINENT"   MAN'S   VIEWS   OF  THE FAMOUS CRESTON  VALLEY   ^-~''  J. D. AndersoD, B.C., land-surveyor,  during the past ypar has been profess,  ionally engaging a great deal of time in  making surveys around Creston and",  therefore, has au intimate knowledge of  the section and tho possibilities of its  soil and the characteristics of the cli-  UsILUsUls  elig  v Pi  ss  a ������������������������  -> ��������� r  LUMBERMEN'S CKALLE1  BASEBALL GAME TAKEI*  UP BY   LOCAL  FANS.  'OR  On the 9th inst. a large crowd of  Oresconians will cross the boundary  line to witness the much talked of  tussle at baseball-between the "Creston  Buzzards," and the "Y.C.L. Pine Oats."  The mixing of these two teams has been  eagerly looked for by the local sports  for some weeks. Th9 Creston team has  been training assiduously during the  pasc week, and a keen straggle may be  looked for. It is known that the teams  raised between the combined forces of  Pure Hiii aud the T.O. Lumber camp  contains many players known to the  fans of the west, and sa the event of  the 9th will be keenly watcbed. The  local team will leave for Fort Hill at  9 a.m., to be on hand at the scheduled  time of the game, 3 pm.  The make-up of the team will be  plucked from the following players:  Geo. Mead, 1st base;  Ted Mnloue, p.;  Jimmy Long, r.f.;  Jack Cameron, 2nd base;  : Claude Merrill, 3rd base;  - Roy Telford, c.;"  Alf. Cofcterill, p.;  Clarence Corb.tt, c.;  . E. Ryckman  s.s ;  S. A. Speers, c.f.;  R. McPeak,  The Musical Eckardts  E. Koakin and Miss Lund, both of-  Bed-Deer, Alta., were united in wedlock on Thursday, at the Methodist  Churoh, Oreston, tbe Rev. D. W. Scott  tying the nuptial knot. The bridul  couple will leave for Red Deer, on Friday, where they will spend a shoit  honeymoon. Mr. Hockinhasfor some  time been engaged on the ranch owned  by R. Long, of this city, while Miss  Lund, has been in the service of II.  Mifcoholl, Erickson.  The Lamont addition to tho towusito  has all been slashed and will shortly be  upon the market, Mr. Lamont is looking carefully after tho future, and ho  t'ilnkc the lewor end of tho town will bo  a very important point in a few years.  There will boa dauco in tho Mercantile Hall on Wednesday, next.  Iron bods, brass trimmed, *$B.2B. O.Q.S.  mate,   Mr. AndersGu was in Rossland  Tho Parish Guild of Christ Church,   recently, and ^n an interview soncerning  Creston, will hold a Sale of Sunbonnets Creston and vicinity, communicated "the  on Saturday, May loth, in the Mercan- (following to the "Rossland Miner."  tile block, bet.veen the Post Office and'     "The largest area of high grade laud  the Bank of Commerce. The bonnets  will be of various kinds;-bpth useful and  dainty, for old and young, including  some origiual designs in caps for the  baby. The sale will commence at 2 p.m.  Tea and cake, 10c.  Presbyterian. Church. Notice  Sabbath School on Sunday next at  3.80 p.M.     Divine Worship at'7.80 p m.  Divine Worship will be^held each Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock in the Erickson schoolhouse. N. E, RiiAjn.  The monthly meeting of tho Ladies  Auxiliary of ihe Presbyterian Church  will be hold next Friday afternoon, at  the home of Mrs. S. A. Speers.  E. J. Mallandaine, Soo.-Treas.  Next Saturday afternoon, from 3,80 to  5 80, the Girls' Guild will hold a dime  tea at the homo of Mrs E. O. Wilson,  On Monday lost the proprietors of the  stores in Moyie comraoucod" an e'u-ly  closing movement and have ngroecl to  closo every evoning at 0 o clock, with  tho exception of Saturdays, paydays aud  the days preceding holidays.,  FOR RENT ~ Furnished Houbo in  town. Four large rooms, pan ry, wood  shod, chicken house, oto. Apply Box D,  Review Olflco.  .WMitiminwHrn^rM-awmeaa1  actumng Co.Ltd.  in British Columbia is in the Kootenay  valley at Creston. The available lovST  laud extends from the international  boundary line to. Duck Creek, five miles  north of Creston, an area of 20,000acres.  This does not include the lands at present subject to flood from the summer  rise in the Kootenay. This flooded lnnd  will, no doubt, bo at least partially reclaimed, before many years. None of  the bonoh land can be bought in its unimproved condition for le6s than $100 an  acre, nud transfers aie frequently made  i������t ?150 an acre. Conductor Joe Jackson  sold last week 15 acres, not planted to  trees, for, $'800 an acre. These lands will  doubtless increase iu value to $500 an  acre. A very large acreage is already  cleared nnd clearing operations ax*e going  ou from ono end of the valloy to the  other. Oreston has grown greatly during tho past year and new buildings ore  going up all the timo. Nearly all busi.  nosseii aro represented. Tho Goat River  Power and Light Company iutond in.  stalling an electric light; system this  suminoJ* and1 plan a series of elecirio  tramways radiating from Creston. A  system of lrrignfc'on is n\m pnrt of the  the company's fiohemo, where city water  underpressure will bo supplied to each  settlor,   '���������������������������������������������..  ���������'This section is remarkably froo from  lato and early frosts and hence watermelons nnd tomatoes can bo grown successfully, and tho 'danger of fruit erops  boiug destroyed by frost is reduood to ft  minimum. The prairie provinces ore  for away and will forever niid nyo fiir������  uishing n market for tho fruits and  vcgotablo-������ grown in the vicinity of  Crestou.'-'  Concert and -Dance to be  Held at Sirdar  A social evening, will be given in  the school house, Sirdar, on Wednesday,  May 12th, in order to defray the cost of  providing new desks, and other school  furniture which have recently been  added to the school property. Price of  admission by ticket id 50 els. aud a  thort-tfghly" enjoyable evening is anticipated should local talent come through  as in former occasions. Refreshments  will be served and the concert is to be  followed by a dance. Pa'rons are assured of a good time.-  Two democrats will leave McCreath's  barn at 9 a.m on Sunday morniug for  Port Hill with the Croston baseball team  aboard. Their opponents, Yalo-Colnm-  bia, will be there with tho goods to meet  them, and a good game is expected,  J. Johnson has successfully concluded  his first\efforts as a farmer on the-  Bellovuo Ranch, at Wynndel, by planting two ncrciR down,to fruit trees. Mr.  Johnson tells us that when ho started  dealing his land, ho knew ns much  about ranching ns n beo does aljput  raising buttermilk. He is now ono of  our most enthusiastic fruit growers.  Tho Provincial Goyerhnieiit.is culling  for tenders for tho building of a school-  house in Oreston. 'Full particulars will  to found in another column.  Tho Eckardts, a troupe of high-class  musicians and Swiss hand bell - ringers,  gave an entertainment in the Opera  House on Thursday evening, before one  of the largest audiences ever seen iu  Crestou, who listened with rapt attention tiiroughonfc the whole of the evening to the various items in the program,  which was a unique and varied one.  This troupe has already established a  great reputation as entertainers, which  reputation they fnily sustained last  evening. The music produced on the  Sv?iss bells, alniuina'2i chimes, musical  glasses and marimbaphone, the latter an  instrument, which combines the xmisic  of three instruments in one, drew forth  loud and prolonged applause. There  were also several items of a humorous  character included in the programme,  provided by G. C. Eckardt, whose witticisms kept the audience in a continual  round of laughter, daring tho - time he  occupied the stage. This gentleman, as  well as being on excremeiy clever musician, is also a humorist of no mean  ability. As a whole the entertainment  was of an excellent character and should  attract bumper audiences at every place  they visit. -   ���������  The entertainment was given under  the auspices of the local K. of P.,; the  occasion being the anniversary of the  "Wild Rose" Lodge, No. 39, who are to  be congratulated on introducing such a  talented company of artistes to a Creston  audience.  Rili TNROWM OU  GRAND JURY  JB1NDS  BILL   AGALSBx  DOUGLAS  "NO  TRUE  Attacked hy a Cow  On Tuesday last, Kenneth, the infant  aon of Mr. and Mrs. J. Derbyshire, was  the" victim of a savage attack by a  cow, owned by Mr. Derbyshire.   -  It appears that whilst the youngster  was playing,the cow, which was gra>'  ing close to, suddenly attacked him.  Luckily, Mr. Barbyshire, who was working near by, heard the screams," and  rushing to the spot was able to.'.rescue  his son before any serious injury was  iuflicteu., hul ii.oi<. until iho victim's  clothes has been almost torn from his  ba^k, and ho had received several minor  injuries to his body, caused by Iho cow?s  horns.  Before J, P.'s Northey and Dow, the  adjourned hearing of the trespass case  Simmonds vs. Peterman ��������� was, resumed  last Friday. A further adjournment  until the 11th* inst. was asked for and  gr"a*ate"a;*-to nllovr���������of .the, presenco of  Harry Wright, tho Gold Commissioner,  who will look over the disputed grouud  and sit upon'the case. Both parties at  the police court expressed their wish to  see tho matter tattled for all time.  The local ouglors woro busy among  the trout on Saturday and Sunday last,  nnd fairly good oatohes are reported,  Big baskets aro not; to be looked for  until after high water. In the mountain sti'eainS, however, tho fish are reported plentiful.  The case of Rex v. Douglaa for the  alleged shooting with intent to murdes?  John James Baxter Rowlands, at Ores-  ton, on October 04th, 1908, was on the  calendar at the Kelson assizes, opened  on Tuesday.last.     Judge.Martin *ora������  sided, and after commenting upon the  new court house, he-began the -serious..-  business of iho day.    Is his. ch������cg���������.'������&-  the grand jury* Jus Lordship congratn-^   -  kled the city aud Keots-osy is. 'genera!*^  upon   the absence of   capital charges  from the calendar, and upon the pdacity  cf crime fcEftdistsicj- ������*������f so wid������ &xsn&������������',���������~  After commenting, upon two other in- _  dictments,;.,his- Lordship:.came -to .the,-.. .  Douglas case,.and his* remarks- on;this  causa ceiehre wwo JUsteaw^.j^.j"������ri?h s������^"-:"  thralling interest.  .The drop cf a pin  could have been heard: oa .im\ Lordship..  said, in part; "If a man entera:.anloth^rv,  man's house as au unbidden aad^-aawsl^-  come guest,.what is he .to do?   If. tho>;  unwelcome'party has been pre-rioosly.-.'-  warned tq keep oat of the house and, hq,  returns in- a stats oSi*'ist���������(SCRtfaH!i--|iiid''i  affects intimacy with his," th������ .ow^er'8;,,,  wis'e.-what has Jie'.tG do ti*. I-,- >'v  According to the, depositions Douglas  gave Rowlands some time in ^yrl^eitMitfv^-'  make his departure....Now, he. returned:.--  fifteen minutes later, and- after asking-*> *"  Rowlands to remove himself,   which 4 '  Rowland refused.tto,4ov.JDo*agla8 .sojld.: .^  "Then, take that,'^ and. he jMnnaadiatelsic....,  pointed a gun at.him.aud'firedi?.^;-:^; '  About an hour after the- grand "'jury!'  had retired to deliber ate on the v&yiyuS  counts ,lhey made their presgatmaat^tpi .���������������  his Lordship,-no true bill being retted.^t,  in Rex vs. Douglas.... ._  " The decision- was very popular "in Net*   *"  sojOj: andiu Creston, waeirtbe iuewsgame, .  pv.er the wires, t mauy-fayorable^vcpi*a- ,. -,  ments wore heard as ,tOythe Mjopd judg- ���������<-.���������<  ment of *he granddury.*  ; .-"< -.  J.   0.. Aaderson.has , completed, Igris,  survey of the Schofield.,AvenueK Ipts. .  Purchasers may now secure contracts.  These ore within.a stone's-throw of tho  depot, and business -centre; o������ the. town.  The lots are all slashed,* and! thorn is  "very little,dearing^tOi.Jfevdonei. 'The  price of theso lotB guarnniwafl^at'ipfled-jrv  salci. .    ���������  '���������** Once ' again. ;ijf.Whioh\r������4iiy' ifyMjHK? ���������  ceiobrate?,;.'jDqn't'iru;Bh; itir-y.- I^VB/^y  ,things properly,.if;w,o<are^to,;oelobra*^i  Croston hat mndor,������a*eat strides since it  held its last celebl*aUon!.aiyfS*r ago, and  wo must Bhow.oiWiviflltorflitljiat onr pub*  Ho Hpiritocbiosflt^Oi' growing with the  times.;;..:.;,^;, '-V';'       ..���������������������������^���������������������������������������������^.y"-''.^:^  Alber^ PrdvinbM^ I  tor atjprpts. po^ponjnd.at tbo^eroaji^  tile.;''.���������.*:;''��������� ���������    . /������������������':'���������: *.'���������.:..;;��������� y'y-"/.'y;,'i'.vl;.-:��������������������������� ���������'���������!������������������������������������;���������  .::: -,j., ','���������; ;;,::���������  ,i   niiiiii*nr������,y  rrwr  of  Complete    Stock  ROUGH and  DRESSED LUMBER  jmwjKMKtmmmmmn  mm*  ^Prompt oAttentlon Satisfaction Guaranteed  Let us Figure with you on that Building  is  ���������Jil.  "Wi  WW;  .'!���������"'������������������  ���������nw  mm*  We are SOLE AGENTS f6r  <R.O. BOX 24  CRESTOU B*C.  IHBAi  The ohostnnt trees nro blooming,'nnd  tho biittorfiios Imvo arrived. Sp'vihg,  glorious spring is' upon us in all its pris-  tliio gladuoHS. Tho fruit fcrooR nro.bo*  gluning to bloom, nnd 1 ho stmwborry  plants!aro showing . thoir potuls to tbo  snmnior sun. Vory hob woathor lias  boon exporlonood during tho past wook,  On Monday last the thonuomcter rcglB-  torodSO in tho shado. Think of that  yo pmirio runohors, who upon tho same  day woro ohorhig on yonr farms and  homostoads Jn fur coats nnd mitts,  I will soU a four-roomed cottngo, well  finished, lot nud worki-hop for $700 cash.  This offer only holds good for SO days.  Soo Athortou.  To play hnoobnll on Sunday In now a  pnnit-hnhlo offonco in North Vnnooiivor,  tbrt TTonnrnblA Mr, Fnlfon, ooHug fittor-  n������'y fjfu*������nl, having yivou full mid f*������������ni-  lofco authority to tho mayor to prosoonto  auy and all portvoiiM rospoofiihlo for any  Sunday ball playing.  SIMM E R'S S E E DS of *f I mm  f  We have received a Large Quantity of * ,  ts.  UilSOii 56IS  At 35c; pei^fb.  i.Viii������i������WIH  WW  mm  -whh  ^The Creston cWereaniile ���������q������s. *i^-Yi'������^S:i^^~ri*Si^^-'.r@^^  ������������������������/'.,*���������  "SSSs:  ���������THE'V-CSi-SS^S.'llEV'JEW-  ,man������m������  e canadia  mm:  ?K  HEAP  OFFICE, TORONTO  ESTABLISHED  1867  B. E. WALKER, President  J ALEXANDER LAIRD. General Kaaarar  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000  Reserve Fund, -   6,000,000  Get Your HARNESS  JS������.  WIN  Branches throughout Canada, end i.i the United States and Ehgiand  l..y:������?.;;.   .      . __-   C-fiiJ N TRY   B ���������? ������ I ^ ESS  T^"cT facility afforded to farmers and  ���������y':T;V-V U-j-jh.I.O"J       ethers for the transaction of their  Sales notes wi.l  iff  cashed or taken for collection.  Aocoiuts r.ir.y be opened  by mail   and  monies deposited or withdrawn in this  122  banking- business  Ibanking BY f  Mvay with equal fa^"..iy.  - PERCY B. FOWLER, MANAGER CRESTON BRANCH  HARNESS SHOP  Carver's Harness Store  Opp. Mc���������reath?s Barn  u<  !������58  V>f\  * ne  &\%r via, y?s  Fubblshed every Thnr?day at Creston,  British Columbia, by the Creston Publishing Co., at their office, Fleet Street,  Oreston.  Jko. J. Atherton -  Editor.  ;'..(  ���������Subscription, $2 00 a year, strictly in  advance.   No pay, no paper.  F^No stand off for Legal Advertising.  iQaack ads. introduced to waste paper  basket; same with unsigned  contributions.  _S0-Day "Notices, $5; 60, $7.50; 90, $10  Wild Rose Lodge No. 39  KNIGHTS  OF  PYTHIAS  Creston, B. C.  Meets   every  Monday  at   8   p.m.   in  Speers' Kail.  F. C. Corry, C. O.  A. E.  French, K. of B.  & S.  I Movie Brewerv I  j  ^  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  these remarks to their earnest consideration.  "We are here primarily to makes million  and incidentally to advertise the resources of the town and district. It  is our fr'm to see that Creston gets a  square deal in ail matters, and we  shall scourge the wicked and canonize  boosters. There are no strings on  the editor and he alone will dictate  our policy and take the medicine.  Everybody with the price can lake  this paper, and nothing extra is  charged for reading the ads. Tell ns  the gossip and the scandal, we need it  in our business.   Bring iu tout ads  I  3  MOYiE.   B.C.  Manufacturers of the Celebrated Lake Shore Export.  BOTTLED  BEER  A SPECIALITY  Pure Mountain Spring Water used in tho Manufacture  of our 13ot.  MUELLER^  Proprietor-   Movie.   B,  10&      -      -    '-  ston Hotel I  4^.  There are some people herein. Creston  who look upon this paper as a philanthropic institution.   They iwould  like  *os to keep up the good advertising program, but there.is never, from some of  them, any talk of digging up a dollar:or;  two to keep the wheels running.   They  imagine somehow that this paper is fed}  .  from heaven or by the B.C. Government,  tion of  but we can assure them they have another think combing.   We are trying to  keep up a gaod lick, andi it is up to the  people to see that the paper is fed materially.   We are not complaining,   We  earn every bean we get and many we  don't get.   We have had  a tough old  winter keeping up the glad shout for the  benefit of this section, and we  do not  . therefore think it just to us that some of  our most valued advertisers should withdraw their patronage at a critical time  in our young lives.   We recommend  "One of the greatest causes of melancholy in the present age is the newspaper. Remove the newspaper from  your home and you remove one of the  greatest causes of melancholy, etc."  These rather surprising words were  spoken by Rev. W. H. Hincks, pastor  of Parkdale Methodist Church, a few  nights ago, according to an evening  newspaper's report of his sermon.  Tha public generally, as vvell ks those  engaged in publishing newspapers, will  not be inclined to take Rev, Mr. Hiucks  seriously, because in ratio to their seriousness they become absurd.  His remarkB are on a par with some of  those "wise" ones who openly assert  they can do without newspaper advertising. In both cases the public have to  **be shown."  'OU   l\ I  make  HjSJ*  rscs  The Leading  Hotel of ihe  the  Fruit  Mr. J. Hyde, of the Oreston Lumber (  Co., Erickson, left Sunday for a business  trip to Winnipeg.  '���������Gh&sl(^:-'ilod^i^'has''Ve1ivirned.. from  a business trip to Nelson.  .; We cannot help  but- notice that in  the ' tenders " for the  construction of  the new school-house there-is nomen-  a fiag-poie.   Now this is some,  thing   that has   evidently   been overlooked.    It is most essential that-the  Cosmopolitan    nature   of    our   rising  generation   should   have   the sterling  -seeds of patriotism inculcated, and as it  now a statute law that every school in  the province should have a flag pole in  its playground or precincts, from which  the Union Jack must daily float, we  respectfully draw the matter to the attention of our school trustees.  VvY  ^mt  The Man With  A Millstone  About His Niofc  1*116 millstone is lack of  special training. It holds  ono man down to hard work  and small wages while  others, properly trained, %o  ahead. But every man and  woman wbo Is laboring  tinder such a burden can  easily rise to a better position and increased earnings  ������ and caii ft ml out how Cor  the asking.  To find out how, simply  write the 1. C. S., stating  the position you wish to  Rain, in return, an institution with 17 years ot successful experience in training thousands of others for  advancement will tell you  how it can fit YOU for a  bettcr-payiug position. No  risk to run. No books to  buy, Isn't such <* theme*  tor advancement worth this  tttuch to youf  INTERNATIONAL  CORRESPOHOEHGE SCHOOLS  >       Bex TAB, SeriBtoti, f s,  Or their &ocaI IU*r>r������������������rtUitlvi������j  .��������� J. W. BENNETT   ���������  r.o. nox w  I'ERNIB* B.C.  . Vitwm Ommmtox Kv*uv Mow tut,  J. C. S3ott��������� representing the Le Roi  Brewing Co., of Rossland, B.C., made  his first trip to Oreston. this week. His  business hero is to introduce tho famous  old-time Le Roi beer, that has stood the  test of many years. Speaking of tho  conditions at Rossland, Mr. Scott, who  is a former president and financial secretary of the Rossland Miners' Union,  and at present timo president of tho  Roealand Conservative Association, said  that owing to tho shut down of the Le  Roi mino, business, from a working  man's point of view, is extremely bad.  There aro now about 250 men laid off at  this mine, tho majority of whom have  left town principally for northern towns  and camps. There are now about 600  men working in the mines ndjr ent to  Rossland, namely, the War Eagle, Genre Star, and Le Roi No. 3, and two or  three smaller properties in the south  bolt. The Le Roi is expected to open up  and resume active work in the very near  future, when normal conditions will  again prevail in Rossland.  Speaking of the Rossland Conservative  Association be B������id that it was in splen  did shape, both numerically and finanoi  ally, and that tho majority of the mem,  bero woro composed  of   tho working  miners.   At tho present time tho Con  sorvativo party at Rossland 1b stronger  than tho combined forces of tho Liberals  and tho Socialists, and ho prognosticates  that thoy can beat thorn both if an ������lection is called.  Tho Orangoraon will hotdnoelnbration  on tho twelfth of Jnly, and thoy aro expecting that there will bo about six or  seven hundred members In tho grand  parade, and Mr, Seotfc, as tho Mnntor of  tho Afinooiation, extends a aordinl invita  tlou to nil other C^uyuii-on in this din  trfot.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS���������ORES-  TON SCHOOL.  Sealed tenders, superscribed " Tender  for School-house," will be received; by  the Hon. the Minister of Public Works  up to noon of Wednesday, the 26th day  of May, 1909, for the erection and completion of s two-room iraine School  house at Creston, B.O,  Plans, specifications, contract and  forms of tender may be seen on and  after the 3rd day of May, 1909, at the  offices of the Government Agent at  Nelson; of James Oompton, Esq.., Secretary Of the School Board, Creston;  and at the Public Works Department,  Victoria, B. O.  Each proposal must be accompanied  by an accepted bank checme or certificate of deposit on a chartered bank of  Canada, made payable to the Hon. the  Minister of Public Works, for a sum  equivalent to ten per cent, of the amount  of the tender, which shall be forfeited  if the par irjr tPiidering decline to enter  into contract when call-d upon to do so,  or if he fail to complete the work con-  trac ed for. The cheques or, certificates  of deposit of unsuccessful tend erers  will be returned to them upon 'the"execution of'the .contract.'  Tenders wsll not be considered unless  made out oh the forms supplied, signed  with the actual signature of the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes furnished,   y ..  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted  When you hear a man sneering at the  loci! paper because it is not as big, cheap  and newsy as the' city papers, you can  safely bet that he does not squander any  of his wealth in assisting to make it any  better, and that generally the paper  has done rapra for him than he has done  for it. The man who cannot see the  benefits- arising from a local newspaper  is about as much value to a town as a  delinquent tax list.���������Nicola Herald;  Belt  Guests  Alberta Provincial Government Butter at 30 cts. per pound at %'aai Mercantile.  |        LOOK!        !  I pilllfJi ��������� Huh t  I fws&ggE a 30fib*  ��������� ���������:- *  ������ We have purchased the Furniture x  > business of A. E. Myers & Son, and %  ��������� we are;about to lay in the best stock ���������  5������������������������������������jf Furniture to be seen in Western t  + Canada.   Come in ana see what we $  ��������� have.now, but be sure and come in J  S* and inspect our stock when the first $  consignroeht of New Furniture" ar- $  O rives, y we have arranged for a. coa- ^  5 tin'nbns shipment of New Goods J  o each week from the best wholesale |>  ��������� houses  m  -  V4J*  o   mistake  when you get off the train  if yon sigu the register at  Crestou   Hotel.      Travelling  i  men  will  substantiate  this.    We  J study . the  comfort of our guests..  "  The rooms are well - furnished in    ^g  a manner up-to-date.  Rooms reserved by Telegraph.  Headquarters ior Mining Men,  L/umbermen,   Ranchers,  and Commercials.  Tourists  ��������� ���������Mac^gpg^  ffleat*  :au  rops<  prircTnnrjj-e~oTToTrr*6Tr*^ innnrrpriiTrfYSTr*  I H   Kk*f }\  WANTED NOW  A rellablo pnrty to not m nffent and  saloiman in Crestou and surrounding  dlHttiotfor tliw Hitle of Hardy Ontario  grown fruit and ornamental troo������, Uood  pay weekly. IC-j-olntiva territory, As  wo gnarautoo d-ilivary ot flriit gnulo  stock in good cmnUtion our agents have  ovcrv clintuM of doing asplwdld bUHiiuifm  WiJIm Now���������  PELHAM NURSERY CO.  Toranto, Ont,  N.B.���������8al������*mn������i Imolr  orders far FuM  dallvery from now on.  eve:  Ip-I^T-k   <-lt>  jil ������ XJi.vixxs \jXiS..  IDDLE,  Supervising Architect.  Public "Works Department,  Victoria, B. C��������� 27th April, 1909.  I Creston Furnishing Co, ������  ?������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������  KM>.   CRESTON 1  tEtansfer, Xiv'er*g, J^eeb anb Sales 3  "ties i      ���������'-"���������������������������"������������������        ~~:~^~'-"g  3  va tr  V/OOD  PARTICULARLY IF  IT     IS     PLASTKR.  You can tell me your needs  with confidence because I  can fill the bill.  Ed. Fulljames  PLASTERER  P*  8e1  Aa>kyovtrGnoc&i* tor it.  irOR SALE IN CRESTON AT  5. A. SPEERS.  ������#.:;:;/^cA  & GRAI&C DEALERS  AND COAL SUPPLIED  AGENTS FOR MCLAUGHLIN'S CARRIAGES.   2  St  i  lJlJULJLJLWLaJLftJLl^AJU^^  mmamsBSWj&mese'jKeJBSssa  man  Tinsmith  and  Plumber  Tinware  Stoves  Wiping  Hot Air and Hot  Water Heating a  Specialty.  Starfte������ & Co.  Wholesale  Provisions,   Produce,   Fruit  tionornl Coirunltmlon Morcliaiit*  NELSON       -        B.C.  CJKJbS'i'uN  BAKERY  WE ARE HERE  FOR BUSINESS  The Excellence of our  HOME-MADE  Cakes   *Pastry   ��������� and *  Confectionery  IS UNSURPASSED  T. G. MAHON  IS NOW HERE  BUY YOUR F8SHIN0 TACKLE  ��������� AT TX1H ���������  L*KHo I UN JL/KUOr. & JuUUli  mmmtmmum ��������������������������������� t,,������mi������<mm*Mm������Mmmmmimmi0mi0*i<tiii  mvtmmmmimmm  mmmmmnmnn  m0mmmmmmtm\nT!m\m  Sll Slli lid  I  'A.'^tf.-iOi.j- >Vii>,i  READ  THIS!  We sell the Pure Natural  ���������   u  Fertilizer,  Tankage Fertilizer  Ground Bone  Blood and Bone  Blood  IN SACK LOTS  P. BURNS & Co.  Llmltad  CRESTON       -      B.C.  ���������  Tup pi App nrfl riFT  Your Furniture; Carpets, Rug9,Xace Curtaius  Linoleums, Ranges, Stoves aud Crockery.  We Furnish your Home Complete.  Standard furniture C������  Complete House Furnishers and Undertakers V  xfEPt C/1A7    12 S*  w-  Write for Prices JVJuJLOWJlVr J3#v# ^  ... (0<t<><>0COCK  m!������*j'.-':iij>?*i"  BMW..KVJ!. SV.I:i.l������,T..Vli;." ^a^^fcSasasssssssSssrfaftss^  .vi-XISWHS' -* - ���������*;���������.,"���������,.���������*��������� ������,%WT������r^P?J|������������,'t>.*-i*VTi  1 *,    " ' "  zm  THE CRESTON KEVHtW  FOREST FIRES  RESULT OF 3KVKST1QATIOK BY FOP.EST  EXPfifftT IS" CANADA  Forestry in Western Canada (na everywhere elee) means far more than the  planting of trees. The first step in  forestry. is the preservation ot forests  slready existing, and as far as Canada  ���������ea6t and weet alike���������is concerned,  that means the keeping out of flres.  Something in this direction has already  heen done ia Canada, but much remains  tc be dine. \  ���������   Forest   flres in   the  Rookies,   their  effects and means of preventing them  ,.fnr\T*JTi It ��������������� **  Assistant Inspector of Dominion Foiesfc  Reserves, in the December issue of the  Canadian Forestry Journal. His ar-  tiolo gives the result of investigations  made by him daring the season of 190G  in the Crows' Nest district of Southern  Alberta, more accurately defined as  the valley of the middle fork of the Old  Man" river between the Livingstone  range and the western boundary of  Alberto.  Originally this whole region was  heavily timbered, so the reports of explorers and other early visitors to the  district say, with the exception of a  small area (eighteen square miles in extent) situated above timber line. " So  numerous and so disastrous have been  the fires following in the wake of trav  ellers, settlors and railways," Mr. McMillan writes, " that at present, of tne  ������ r������J ������^ f������ *1  312 square   miles  forest,  only 83 square miles remain." Moreover, the timber which is easiest to get  at is always the first destroyed, and  what is left if situated at high levels  and in other places where it hard to get  at.  Not only has the timber originally on  the land been destroyed, but in some  cases all possibility of producing, wifch-  ouu going to jvh onorixiou**. oxpeuse for  artificial planting, moro timber (or anything else) on the land has been taken  away. In this Crows' Nest valley alone  there are, out of the 212 square miles  of its total area, 85 square miles of  such land, 0**'Dri'������*������*n'w f*nvf*v(*r\ bv ������>  heavy forest of fir, it is..now but a " poor  gravelly prairie, unfit for agriculture  and of very little use for grazing." One  fire alone does not usually havo this  effect, but a second or third fire rarely  fails to kill all the i'orf st reproduction  (i.e., tho little trees) to destroy *he remaining seed trees, to burn off the upper layer of soil, and leave a desolate  waste, such as the country "just spoken  of.  On portions *of this ai*ea nature has  made a good start toward making a new  forest. Sixty square miles of the area  are covered by a dense growth of young  trees, the land so covered lying too high  on the hillsides and being too rough,  stony aud gravelly to be fit for agricul  ture or valuable for grazing. All that  this area requires in order that it may  again be covered with dense forests, is  protection from fire.  ThuB fire protection is obviously the  great need of the region, and the Department of the Interior, through its  Forestry branch, is devising means to  this end. So far, the measures used for  the protection of forests -from fire in  Canada, have consisted of the patrol of  the forests by rangers,, who constantly  for fires (often discovering and extinguishing in their beginnings fires which,  neglected, would burn over miles of  territory), fight fires and warn campers  and travellers against the careless use  of fire. This patrol will in all probability  form the basis of the system of protection even tunlly put in operation, supplemented by tho visa of "look-outs" and  thg telephone.  Tho Cranbrook Co-operative Store  thanks the people of Creston for their  orders. "We are in the furniture business with the finest lines of fancy and  domestic furniture. Ask your Oreston  friends what they think of our goods,  and ask them how the prices strike  them. "We are after the Creston trade  aud if prices and quilifcy are to be the  criterion, we will fill the bill.  A new sidewalk is being built by the  Notice of Application for Renewal  of Liquor License  NO PICK Is hereby given that we, George  JMtwl and John B. Moran, of Oreston, B.C., Intend to ������pply to Ihe Superintendent of Provincial Police, Victoria, at the expiration of  one month from the dntU* hereof, for the renewal of our retail liquor license for the  premises known abthe Crobton Hotel, situated  at Creston, B C.  Dated at Creston, B.C., May IU, 1909.  ttKORGK MEAD  JOHN  ������. MOBAN  NOTICE Is hereby Riven that I, George  Munro, ot Creston, B.C., intend to apply.to  tho Stipei'iutetideuiof Provincial Police, Victoria, at the expiration of one month from  the daw hereof, for the renewal of ray retail  liquor license, for the premises known as the  Mnm-o Hotel, situated at Oreston. B.C.  Dated at Creston, B.C., May lat, 1909.  GEORGE MONRO  im  The Riverside Nurseries, Grand Folks,  | Are the Largest Nurseries in B. O., and the Nearest io CRESTON.  j NO.FUMiGATION I  I      Our Apple Stock is grafted with Scions cat from Bearing Tree*       1  1      Address WALTER V. JACKSON,' A������eit-  '  'Phone 9.' - *   ' Line BTo. 5  CRESTON, B.C.  Wm *i.'i ii  Notice is hereby given ui-ifc we. o, a. o'a������������p-  bell and H. Graf, oi Sirdar, B.C., intend to  apply to the superintendent of Provincial  Poliie. Victoria, at the expiration of one  month from the date hereof, lorthe renewal  ofemi retail liquor licenpo, for the premise-  known as the hirdar Hotel, situated at Sirdar,  B.C  Dated at Sirdar, B.C., Slay 1st. SS09.  J. R. CAMPBELL  H. GRAF.  Do you want  furniture?  b O.O.S. Cranoroc"  b. vnnchs*'" o������* ������ lrino-  Write to  the O.O.S. Cranorook.    y7e can supply  A ball will be given by Messrs. Grady  and McLeod in the Opera House, ou the  12th inst. Tickets, including supper,  $1.00, ladies free. A good crowd is expected.  Alberta Provincial Government Butter at 30 cts per pound at the Mercantile.  ne  Sirdar  A Home from Home.  Headquarters for mining  men.  First class in every respect.  Adjoining C. P. R. Depot.  v^sSuipbcIi  Graf*  Pmnrtetors.  B������ C.  u  \A/i&/>  ne wise  LIKE THE OWL   S&& "  And Stob at  MERRILL'S  Barber Shop, Munro Block  r^o CO  .v_>rvco  1  I  Climate  The climate of tne Creston district is so  mild in winter that seldom does the mecury  touch zero, and. in summer��������� the w.eather-is  ^ve'ry^warm which is so beneficial for the cultivation and coloring- of fruit. Cool eveu-  iugs, however, are a persistent factor for the  enjoyment of repose. The .early springs are  very favorable for gardening and budding  fruit trees. The autumns are very long  and the weather is of an ideal Indian summer. Violets and wild strawberries bloom  as late as November.  PwfA  ,-  While there is a splendid local demand  for products,.the principal markets for the-,-,  Creston district are the big centres of  ttie^  Crows' Nest Pass and all cities as far  east ���������  as Fort William and Chapleau, and as "far "  north as Athabasca Landing.    We are absolutely the closest producing, point to the  { I have been instructed by the owner to sell 42 Lots  I on Schofield Avenue, and these I now put on the  j market at $75 and $85.  markets  T*< *"v������T-������ o**   ���������*���������*-* f%*\*+  *&' ��������� ���������  -------  ���������  Soil  The soil is an alluvial clay on a clay subsoil. This does not apply, howeve , to the  entire valley,'as the lower bench lauds #re of  a black vegetable mould, while the land in  the vicinity of Erickson is of a sandy character. Four-fifths of the entire valley is  free from stones and gravel. The land is  practically level and mostly covered with  timber. ��������� Fine Government roads are plentiful, one being thirteen miles in length. Soil  to suit any kind of vegetation may be secured in" this Valley 1  /Ifooisture  Moisture is plentiful, as it rains every  month and is sufficient for bountiful crops of  every description.  by reason of our products reaching the mar-'  kets in shorter time and better in condition  than can be done by any other district.  Uranspoctation  Creston is well favored in the matter of  transportation. The C. P., R. passenger u  trains call here twice daily," going east and *  west. The eastbound passenger aud express . passes* through here at 12.12 p.m.','  therefore allowing berries and fruits to be  picked in the forenoon and shipped in a re-  frigeiator car with no further handling of  fruit until the markets are reached. The  G. N. runs trains- into Creston. The railroads pass through the Creston Valley, and  fruit may be loaded at eight points along  the line.  ri\xiic  i~i  T  I  ots  progress  y ';i  * '* .���������'  ',. 'ii  Beautifully situated south of town, quite close to business centre; one minute's  walk from the depot; three minutes from public school; overlooking the  ^beautiful Kootenay Valley.   A beautiful location for a home.  jptobttcts  ��������� ^hc;ianipi}8strawberry ^fields of Cresrton  outclassed every: other district in British  Coluinbia last year for production, quality  and prices.. In addition to this we raise hay  and all kinds ot. vegetables, apples*,fpeaches,  pearsi pluma, cherries, nectarines and grapes  as well as all the smaller bush fruits, which  grow in abundance.  ���������XI'ajW'l" ���������"'"��������� W'WMIIIBIWIIIIIMI'IIWIIWIIWW'W ������������l|������l������>i������������UIWWIMIIIII>>lll*l''IWI'll>Wllllll������llll������lll���������Mlll������ ilnnu,   ;MSliEFORANY  u  The progress of the Fruit  Growing Industry of the district has been very rapid.  Five years ago there was  150 fruit trees  shipped to the Creston district, while in. the  spring of 1908 about 48,000 were received  at this point,   There were also several hundred thousands of strawberry plants  and  berry bushes shipped in.   We have a rural  telephone system,  which will shortly  be  connected with Nelson  and Cranbrook, it  being already connected with Spokane,    A  system for waterworks and also for generating electric power has   beehyiustalled at  Goat River Falls.    Electricity will also aid  in opening up some of, our large mines. We  have   two Graded Schools with an attendance of So Dupils, three large general stores,  gent's furnishings, Canadian Bank of Commerce, photograph gallery, 3 restaurants, a.  hotels,   hardware   store,    tinshop, jewelry'  store, 42 barber shop*?, poolroom, 2 laundries,  blacksmith, furniture1 store, tailor, building  contractors, harness and! saddlery -store and  two livery -stables. ��������� The professional men  arc a doctor and 'government surveyor,  The Social advantages arc, Catholic, Anglican, Presbyterian and Methodist churches,  several frateinul lodges and three hulls.  one of These  They will be Valuable  25 down ajid $10 a  , -il'y.  ������������������V!.������:  w^mmmmmmmmmmmmm  Write or wire tof call on or phone J. L  mmmmtmmm *mi0mmmmmmmi(mmmmmmmm  Tel* 20*  AUCTIONEERi AND COMMISSION AGENT  .*���������     P* 0 Box 38, CRESTON, B*C  .   WW������������-^.^1*"JF,>^*   ������T**  ' vffttT&Ti'Zttzr;
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THE   CRESTON- REVIEW
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PROFESSIONAL
JAS. H. SCHOFIELD
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
EEAL ESTATE, Etc.
TRAIL
B.C.
CHAS. MOORE, C.��f
B.O.  XiAKD SUKVEYOR AND   ARCHITECT
Plans and Specifications
CRESTON '
B.C.
Summit Crook nud tho'. neighbouring
gold belt will be eagerly'scialchcd by
prospectors during the nest few months.
Fire broke out in the school-house at
Cranbrook ou Y/edncsdny' and hurut
the building down.
W. F. Gurd, bnrristeiyof Crnubroolr,
will shortly  open up offices in Creston,
where he will be in attendance every
Saturday.
FOR SALE���Eggs for Hatching from
thorough hred Brown Leghorns,,'-$1.50 a
setting of 18 egg*?. A pply Box L, Review
office.
FOR SALE.���Teii aores of laud with-
in \14 miles from town. All slashed
r. ady for burning. Good house ou the
propertv. Choice soil and location Apply WALTER T. JACKSON,  Creston.
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have them made up for you at a
reasonable figure monthly by a
qualified bookkeeper ?
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R. B. Beattie, of the Cranbrook and
Creston Drug tSrBook Co., was in town
Wednesday.
Br. Asselotine has been ia town for
several days ahis week, acting as locnm
tenems for D. G. B. Henderson, who
has been attending the Kelson Assizes
as a subpobned witness.
Arthur Okell, C.A., H.P., has returned from "Nelson, where he has been
for several days on legal business.
Guy Loweriberg has returned from a
business trip to Proctor and Nelson.
Angust Mueller, representing the
Moyie Brewery, visited town this week
to transact business with our hotel men.
J. Alien, representative of the Cranbrook Go-operative Stare, spent several
days in town last week, and did good
bnsineBB on behalf of his firm.
The Moyie baseball team are anxious
to try conoluBions with our local pitchers
and catchers and are trying to arrange
for a series of gamoB.
H, Graf, the genial hotel man of Sirdar, was a visitor to town, Tuesday.
Cop. O��rruthors arrived in town Friday. He is now representing Woods
Limited, Winnipeg, dry goods house.
Born���At Oreston, ou Friday, April
80th, to tho wife of W. Ripley, a
daughter.
Alberta Provincial Government Butter at 80 cts. per pound at the Mercantile.
Tho inauguration ceremony of the"
Knights ot Columbus will take plnco at
Oranbrook on Monday. Sunday will see
BOToral now members leave Oreston to
attend the ocremony and bo admitted to
tho Lodge.
Mr. A. T. Pomborton left for Oranbrook to-day to" toko up a position on the
O.P.R. All will join with ns in wish-
iutap Mr. Pemborton good lack on his
appointment, nnd a speedy promotion
that will surely follow.
Iiord and Lady Sholto Douglaa and
tb�� other parties connected with the
ooao havo all returned to town.
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EGGS FOR HATCHING
From Pure Bred Golden Laced Wyandottes and S. O. White Leghorns.
Heavv Layers.     Inspection of  Pons iis-
vited. *   Infoi-tih.'. El:;-;* replaced.
$3.00 per Set-ting of 15.
STOC3CS  &  JACKSON,
Mountain View Ranch,
Creston. B.C.
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111 tills flt.v oil N'ovcitttX'l-Olh, 1PU5.
'flio uiwci. 1'i'iiH- upon iho iiilinr.il olnhn,
"vvlih'li inc.Hul;s tr,o nunmiit of coiinquem,
tuxoo umVcoss ut. the timo ot" forfolumv with
loleivst.- tiix<?s u-hh-li havo -biocj: nwi'tiod, 1
costs of mlvoU'l-iln-j", un<l foo for t'jtnva Cnint
(sSJ5 0i��,;"l�� ?IH).S',>. which -Is the li'fist timomu
that wilt ho eimsiilorocl ns 11 toiutor.:
l'.'��<-h ti-nil^r iiatr-tho JK'Cdtnpanlitl by iin
suvojiti'vl olioQne for ihe I'll 11 ���Hnmuit, of tho
lemW. jm.viihlo to iho-ovilor of tho Assistant
('���inunissiotiOr of l^anils & Works at. Nolson,
V)iU.hV. :\L Xolso-i, U.V...   this--St'th  tiny of
April, may. iukky wriu'it,
'���? Uovormnont. Ai-ont,
87-11    ; Nelson, K.O.
WIT   AND WISDOM. Trouble is about the only thing wd;-
"~"  can bor;ow without being  pressed -to
Tbe cut-rate undertaker is naturally pay back.
dead choati. .    7    ,   , i.i_
-r-\    ,t 1* .    ' ,-���        ,,     ,.- A clock lias more sense than a.Jsan.,
Pont kick.-   kvon  the butoners aro When ifc   gets a]1 run    down ifc Btop8,,
^>>��<V*Wfc*��VV^
B   i.
FORIL
RASPBERRY
/PLANTS
Ciitlibert      ���-      $2.00 psr 100
v   Golden-Queen     S2.00    ��'   soo
y      -Apply RICHARD KOOD
King Creek Ranch, ur. Crestou, B.C.
not all hoofers.
It's the chronic kicker who always
wants something-��**��� boot.
When travel broadens a man, he, of
course, spreads him self.
working.
Arrangements  are 'being' completed-*"-;
for a long distance race s.t W&ncoixWv-'-
Ko man is so busy that  ho hasn't 'iu .Tune, between   Alfred Shmbb" and"'
timo to make a few enemies. Fred   Appleby.      It   is expeoted^that1
Many a man-has been disappointed in  Tom Longboat will ..also ran;-' - The dis->
love who isn't a bachelor. tance of the course will be 16 miles.
Tho   averago   man   has   his   hopes      �����-���*. -_       a. ���      ^-\    '
.    , ��� .... ��� , Kitchen chairs, 65 cts
raisca more irequenc-y tuan nis salary,  brook B O
O.O.S., Oran-
,��. rU��..B��jen Wire Fence fcer
The LOCF^ is Solid with no Loose Ends to Spring  ���;"���
Also Ornamental Gates and Fences for town property.       Easy Tens*.':
Write, stilting wants, and I will call on yon.    WALTER V. JACKSON,.    :"
Bos o3,   ORESTCSf, B.O.
���n-mrarxajianmifiti ^rf t-wfn
oopn
.umber
igarelfes.
Hot and Cold Baths
The Only
Shoe  Repairing
Shop in Creston
Best Workmanship
Boots and Shoes mnde to Ordor
A Speoiulity
S Five-Acre Blocks and i
k ���     '      *
I      One=Acre Block's
\    In Townsite, with and without
%. Buildings
% Houses and  Lots, for %
I     Sale and to Rent
���|> ALSO -
53 CI eared Lots i n
Townsite for Sale
Improved Properties near Crestou,
all ready for anyone who wants
an income-producing fruit ranch.
Houses built oa them. Orchards
and small fruits planted and bearing    Areas from 10 acres up.
Uncultivated Lands,  near transportation���from 10 acres up.
Also partly cultivated lands near
Creston.
For further particulars���
APPLY   TO
1
V&P
THE  SHOEMAKER
CRESTON     -     -     -   ' B-C.
A**/WVAAA/SAA'
Kitchen   chain*,
Oranbrook. B.O.
Jimmy Hartley, who nntil lately was
working for P. Boras in Oreston, has
fiooured a plaae aa cutter with tho wtmo
firm at thoir Fernio shop.
At last Fourth street is in tho hands
ofth�� Government road buildere. Ton
yearn ago a promise was mado to the
town, through Frod Little, that thin
road would bo put into good Hhapo, and
whon John Honnton was member ho
piomined to use hi* inflnnnce to noeom-
pllmh it. Then came Harry Wright and
ba tried to raiuo tho fundn, but fondfl
w��re low in hl�� and Ilonston-fl timo.
|0 in fortunate that Jit hiAt tho E.C
trcaoory will otand for ��nch improve*
montfl, but wo mnut not forget togivr*
��ifOdlt to Jim Schoflold, our prewnt
menib��r- for aoonring thin much noodod
, jljjijyivyviM'***'.
Percheron Stallion
"CYBRAQUE"
{Uoglfitoroa No. 42300)
Will stand as follows s
At McCREATH'S   BARN,  Creston
On Mondays, Tacpdaya, Fridays
and Snturdnyfi.
And at Huscroft's Roncli, Deer Lodge
On Sundays,  Wednesdays
and Thursdays.
TERMS;  $10, $15 nnd $ao
Huseroft Bros, GlBenney, Owners I
I,AN1> AtJT.
Vtclton tMttut liHllrU-l^-.Ulmrlcl. of Wont
Ko'ilcnry.
Take notVrii Mint Ci-.i!�� ���  Mooro, of CroHton,
n.C, a ProvliioiMl hnul nnrvoyop,  lutoiulHio
nr>t>lv for perm trikfon topuiohioii) llinl'oUow-
l-Wd^orlhoi* utiiil:   CoiiuiiomrlnK 111  it poKt
I.MIit-'il-tl Iho  lii.rU) Vt'M.  roPiiovof l.'it  MOHII,
1 ',1,(0. J. Htcplii.-n'K purcluiHo oliiliu), ilioito.o
north <oohulio��, thciioi! ciiHtVOoliuliiH, theneo
Month ���!(�� i*l��i'l��Ni (lioiico wo��t   3�� 0I1/1I11N   M
point of ooiiiiiMiioitiiioiit, ntul ciiiiiiiliiln-j; Hi)
ucn-Hiiiorr in- li t,u.
liiitod ot Crvr.Uiu, I��.(..'��� Ihlu 'A'lnl tiny of April,
'���7-43 (II AH, MOOHK, lU'.b.H.
Mouldings
MmMBmmatmMmmmsmm
BI>IMMWIMW,JW|--��WMIiWll<lll|WW>lU^WlW
4^\t/��!^v<**yl��iV^-��**'%^a>'/^
f       Now 18 tho timo to get your
8
res
i\"f..|non J,uinl I'lMi'l'.'t"DlKtriol of U'ohi,
I'out'inity.
T11I111 Nutli'ii thui WilMatii Jhirioh. or Criiw
liriioir.ll.ii.rnihvnv cunrhMMor, lnlfiiiln tonpiily
Jul' |,i.rir'li-!'t''ii i" ji'in-hrifK* the foiimvltif* ���(�������-
i-rllifil hnul,- 1'..iiiiii"iiolHM it) 'i l">��* I'lioiloil
nt 1 he wiriliv.vM i-iiriii-r ol .1. <\W,'|iIii'ii'h Id nil
i.'i   i^>l   V'<    *���' ,   ll.i-IK'l' H'|.��l   I.'ll HiulM.y    Ihl'lU'i'
I'llllll  W Ohllllil<,  llfl'il'M't (!'(��' '.'��  C'llllllIM,   flll'lll'l*
unrlil '.Ci rhr-lj-n Io  III" pulnl. ��\' ioiiiiui-im'i"
Jimiit,ntul <'iiitiiliiiii�� 40 ui'ivA 11) 1 iii' or Iuhh,
DuUil tlil-i U��it|j Oiiy of April, Hhi'i.
' Wlt.I.IAM IHt|l'!7��M.
tsustmsam
Lm
kmJMILJmjl\��'t tlLJ*^
S I havo a' InrRO nnd beautiful ns-
�� sortment of MonldiiiKS.      Every-
K body invited-to como in and seo
% thein, whether they buy or not.
0  I ALSO REPAIR OLD FRAMES
W. J. Downey
Photographer        "' CRESTON
Sei*0tto��Ni9������a��o������������ao��>����<
For FIRST CLASS
Horses a^^gs
UP-TO-DATE
SADDLE PONIES and
GOOD "DRAY
TBY . , .
CRESTON LIVERY and
SALES STABLES.
Dry and Grocn Wood
For Sole.
T. H. HIGKEY, Prop!
Letterheads/ Envelopes
Statements^ Invoices
cKpteheads, SMonos
Circulars, Shipping Tags,
oMenu Cards
Business Cards
Visiting Cards
tramtnes
^Dodgers, hosiers
Receipt *Booksj Etc^ Ett
<All Orders'Receive ^Prompt cAtlentlon*
Estimates Gitoen*   'Prices'^Reasonable* *    .
��^i��m^^ '
PAINT AN�� HA1N
do tint mix wo 11 tonothor, hut, wunrornlnturi
Jinrt Un-'omtorN, no Wimwmi worlc In tiny klml
nf wcathnr-whon it rnlim, wo warte in��n������,
mill vvliiK 111* ploiiMMil. uo work oaluhJc.  In
thhi wny wo Uccyi Itiiwy ai.waym.  Vt\
una tulle your piim 'Villi dm,
jo-ton In
JAS. ADLARD.......
RenWonco, Viotaria Av��. Xkrw Addition
mmm,wii*m:)
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