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 StffiSrSSM^a^^iffi*^  5������wiNe;#������  of the  cfc  *i -i -%_  '  ^ !  -  r  a fl mil. Si m Hi      B       "���������"*"���������.    1  r-i *^.,.,. i     # ���������  ^  -     Jb,        "*  ~v '-^.       -or  ;i /IF?  No.  37-  Vol. I.  CRESTO^i ilTC.^THURSDAY,  APRIL 29. 1909  Single Copies s������.  =&=  (SQ������������������^SSS������^^S������������@#^^������^  ������*  he  ualitv  ^tc  g  We are Agents for the House of Hobbedin, Toronto, Ont  eire nasariP-fn-iBrrsiir  bsba a a a  ��������� ������������������ via  as  :Bbbss ������ s a is es ������        aaa  :!��������� ��������� ��������� 1*m *%S %9       %*MF  I   ES    SSB9S  a uvb  BBBBSS sgaat._.  And would be pleased to show you  5ampies ol  M   1I|V  1   aj.aej.  t4W������.VOf  vl  We absolutely guarantee a Ferfect tit and Workmanships  r  General  Merchant  A  A  S;nrr?r>o I Cres������">. I $���������  . orccrvo 1 bc ���������Lft  !   U.  A l^spuiar Appointment  (Cranbrook "Herald) ,  James Bares has been notified that he  is about to be appointed Deputy Game  Warden for this district. This is excellent news for the people, as no one could  fill the bill any better than Mr. Bates.  A thorough sportsman himself. Mr.  Bates will take au interest in ihe work  that few other men would. Those who  have been in the habit of shootilig or  fishing out of season would better be  very careful as the eagle eye of Mr. Bates  and the heavy hand of the law 'will be  upon them without mercy. The people  are to be congratulated on the selection  of a game warden made by the government, as Mr. Bates-kacws this part of  'the*coimtry thorougnly and'tho habits  of the fish and game which it contains.  J. A. Montgomery,' the Nelson candy  man, was in townSunday.  A. C. Raworth, of the jewelry firm of  Ra worth Bros, waa a guest of the Munro,, Tuesday. -'  - J..D. Morrish, who represents a large  fruit canning concern, of Hamilton,  Ont., was a visitor Tuesday.  Crestonstreetswill bea thing of beauty  when the graders aro through with then*  work.  Write the O.O.S , Oraubroolc, B.C.,  for prices on furniture.  ' *' -   * y:-U  J. Carver is daily^receiving enquiries  for ogrioultural implements and lias  made several good sales this week. Ho  is putting in a line of 14-tooth cultivators, potato diggerB, etc., in addition to  tho lines of. plows, harrowB, wagons, etc.  whioh ho handles.' ^  .  . Nice Four-Room Cottuge for Sale or  Rent. .Cottage and about an aoro of  ground in orchard with small fruits  planted*.   .     -'-  *     ��������� Apply OKELL, YOUNG & 00:  Church of Hagtasd  . Services .in the Hercemtile Hall,  Third Sunday after Easter, May 2nd:  Matins, Litany any Sermon, 11 a.m.;  Sunday School, S p.m.; Evensong and  Sermon, 7 SO p m. Evensong at Erickson Schoolhouse at 3 p.m.      ������  Euensong will be held at the sohool-  house, Sirdar, every Wednesday m  8 p.m. Phxtjop G HaitmaKj  Yicar.  Last Sunday morning the congregation  at the Mercantile Hall had the pleasure  of listening to a fine sermon preached  by the Yen. Archdeaooa Beer, of Kaslo.  Dan Babbitt and Jc& Walker, pioneers  of j-JijricksGn^ W6re Tusstcrs to v/reston en  Wednesday. They are now running in  double harness.  ��������� The Barfcjn hand, will shortly be olaced.  ou the market. v  The Kaiser ia reported to have choked!,  on a fish bone, which sesms remarkable'  in view cf the sn^n** things his "sibs hss  had to swallow in the past few months.  ���������Fernie "Free Press. ���������  The CreBton Bakery, which has been  opened on Sirdar Avenue*-by T. G.  Mahon, late of Nelson, commenced business' this week, the first batch of bread  being turned out ou Tuesday.  Kitchen chairs, 05 cts. O.O.S.,  Cranbrook, B.C.  D. J. Elmer has just rettirncd to Cranbrook from.his trip-east, whoro he put  through a big land deal. ' '  . R. G. Haddon, Wia^ipeg, Tepi-esent-  ing the Western Masons' Mutual.. Life  Assurance spent two days in towna this  week. He purchased flvo town, lots  whilst here. >  chooi Report for the Moiith  Following is the average juuxnbar-^p^  marks for conduct, application to stud-?,  and general proficiency of each pupil of  the Oreston Public school for the* month  of April 1909. -'    '   "  BENIOB SCHOOL.  SPECIAL MEBIT.  SENIOR FOUKTH.  ���������Jessie xjo"*.v   ���������������������������������������*.*-������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������*���������������������������������������������������-'*( ���������'y  EffleArrowsmlth    '.   ������0  JUNIOE FOURTH. "���������      ������  Ethel Has croft" ; ....' Od  BerttoaSsirr*?- v.l. DO  INTBEMEDIATE.  Bessie Hurry    '. ;r.   85  Hazel lioynt  85J  V  SENIOR FOURTH. ;%'.  Eftio Arrow smith ^ .\." 90  OCOeitj lltlW ���������>������������������ t������tet-i*t*4-f������M-t������*'-t(������i **i*9Jf      **  Ella Byckman   ^,...,,.. '���������' 86  Marshall Barton'.  7  85"  MUJfflOR FOURTH.    - ��������� ,  Etneljtiu8c*x)ii/   ....................^.���������������.������... vv  Bertha Hurry .....*  9D  Elsie Hendren I ������������������ 86  BoyStodcs   .....���������������*���������������.....������.......������..*..���������*������������������ ���������>*  Capltola Hlokey   ....-;  85  Gertie .Gilpin  o0  Few peopla stop to consider how largely  the Success of a district is due to good  and effective cultivation of the land.  You sssy hs?o a district; where the climate ia all that can be desired, where  evesy kind'������? fruit and vegetable ,cau be  produced. < Tou may eyen possess a district that is famous for the quality of its  productions, and yet it may be years before the place is as successful, and the  ranchers as prosperous as they ought to  be.     ' . -- '  . In the cultivation, of land lies a very  large factor making for'the success or  otherwise of ������ district ha^dn^ tho ^rsat-  est possibilities. Old fashioned methods  whilst they may be thorough and productive are cumbersome and costly, and  by scarcity of band labor ,less laud is  cultivated, and as a consequence less  value is produced than would be if up-  to-date methods of cultivation, were  adopted. Some time ago travellers were  in this town selling potatoes, and what  is mere, they sold lets of them, Ws mentioned in our edition of that date this  fact, and it seems to us entirely superfluous to bring potatoes and onions to  Creston. Onions grown here last year  were equal to the best produced iu the  world. Creston can produce potatoes as  good as any grown anywhere, and with  VUO JAICUWOV OXf 1UUOU JUA IHYUl   UL     V/AC01AJJL1  it is a pity that more is not made of this  highly productive tuber. Some people  don't grow potatoes on account of the  cost of planting, digging, bagging, etc.,  and yet if modern methods are employed  potatoes cats be grown and harvested at  a price that will yield a very handsome  profiit per acre. There is no harder  work than digging potatoes by hand,  and a potato digging machine will be  a- profitable investment, even where  there is less than an acre to be dug up.  In cases ^hera Sve or sis acres ars being  grown a potato harvester which digs,  cleans and elevates the potatoes, is the  money saver,. We cite this one instance  of saving in both money and labor, and  as time goes on we shall deal further  with the question of labor saving implements, which means less labor to our  farmers, more land cultivated, more  money.made out of farming and an increases prosperity for our district, the  result of up-to-date cultivation and the  consequent enhanced reputation of our  More LuiiBiber Wanted  .   T.O.Phillips, O. P^R.  in town Inst Monday.  auditor,., -was  B. L. T. Taylor has arrived frr ,m Minors villo, Alta., where ho owrui a bio/  stock ranoh. Ho is sizing up this district with the ultimate objoot <rf locating  hpro. " i  'Ai. ^1 .   Creston iLumber  cManufacturing Co. Ltd.  INTERMEDIATE.  Bcssio Hurry     80  Hazel Loyst    '.  85  FrankBamford    ,  80  Andrew Patterson   ,..'.  8Q  StanlFy Hendren  8d  Ella Bow     80  Jennie Nichols     80  Bert Arrowsmith     80  Frank Patterson  >7S  OlivoGllpm   .'. i... W  Floyd Rogore    ."....^  75  SECOND READER  PorcyHendren " '. :..'..'...'.';.;  80  BertloHobden    '. .....;  80  Vera Dlclcson     '801  BlanchoHendren <  80  JAS. E. KING,  v Principal.  ������M  Of  Complete    Stock *  RiOCJtiti and  DRESSED LUMBER  '-^rempt dittenUon Satisfaction Got minted  letctts Figure with you On that Bt tilding  ommmrn  mo.:B,0Z:-24.  cRisnw, MX,  JUNIOR SCHOOL.        ���������   ~  FIRST READER.  Herbert Gobbett*     86  IrlsUlckoy    '.    83  AgncuColo ".     80  VldaGobbott v h...   75  Franccs.Talarlco    , 75  Philip Harry       70  JonnloColo ,,.,.���������������   OS  TronsaWalker   .,.���������* ......,,���������������������������   05  Joseph Carver    '.'.",'..*...'.* "...',.   00  "*:    SECOND jPRIMJJtt."   '<,    .   ,  David Dow       85  Chaa. Mcl'oak    '.   US  Uorotliy Barton   <U  Murlol Hobdon       70  Arthur Hurry    '...; ,...1;. ,0ft  Nolllrt Wilson    }r,   05  FIRST PRIMER. ,   .'   ' "  Harold Oobbott   > 8&  Allco WJMamHon   80  Ivlnbol Iluccroft       76  RobbIo Atherton  79  Affiled MoPculc   ..,   05  JUNIOR FIRST PRIMER,  Btanoho WlUlnmnon      75  Franeon Barton    .t 70  Vlvlanno Mooro   05  IlGKoWIobdou      03  LUy uhorrlnitton      oo  Lionel Mooro   00  RoboOhorrlngton   55  Arthur Gobbott   ,..,..,.,   CO  May Laurlo,,... \    50  lameuCole ��������� ...,*,,....������<  At)  Frank Romano  ������������������������������������������������������-������������������ ��������� ��������� M  Arnold Balnea  ,.���������.���������������������������������������������.������.������.������������������<������������������..,  50  ArdroWllaon  ��������������������������������� .........i,,.  50  ���������      *       "MUB.WARIlYBHTnW,  Analatent.  Bobt. FltuGoraldhnB augment������4 bla'  poultry atook with a celebrated etealri of  Minoroea, The Bonoombe tniioh fill  boepmo fMMWi fpi' jjitti;* bredfl. :.^'*  Iron beda, braa* trimmed, $5.36. O.O.S,  ��������� 'BArtle't'd'ifo' Oo. Huaneiem of Oalg������ir.:>,  puKjhjtwt'd UiIm woukulO acrcH in (lieeouth*.  ���������aifc quarter':K������i 'mtiAnfa 1������, It In their l������i  ���������ention of *nlttv������tt������i0 thin pawe! and  then ajtploltiug otbtw lauda.  H. W. Madill, organizer of the ''Chosen  Friends," arrived in town yesterday,  with the object os forming a lodge here.  He is registered ac the Creston.  , Geo, WiUiajja*)" and Rod. McLeod  have left for a trip to-Nelson,  ^ The case of Simmonds ys. Peterman  will be heard before Justice Mallandaine  this evening. The offence alleged is one  of trespasD.  O.O.S. stands for Caoubrook Cooperative Stores.  Great activity is .now noticeable  among our ranoheSw. It- would surprise  many of our dld-tlmor'e if they journeyed  through tne Vast* area now under cultivation in this district.  The Rodgers -mill is now working  full blast, and a full working crew is  being employed. ' The Eriokson mill is  also working at full strongth.  Thos. Brown, the well-known Shcop  Crook mining man, woe in town Sunday.  FOR   BENT ���������Furnished House in  u^ J?9*^!*ftrooui8> P,m ������y. wood  shod, chtoke^ouse, oto. Apply Box D,  Review Offlco.   { '   l ���������  '���������' Conditions in the prairie provinces  are better than they have been for the  past two years. If the crop is only an  average one, the demand for lumber  this fall will be the largest since 1806.  The demand at present is excellent,  but prices are at a figure which leaves  no profit for the coast mills. The  acreage under cultivation in Saskatchewan will   be   double   that   of last  ���������WW...     >"  wUCij. was buo opinion ejvj^resseu  at Vancouver by Mr. J. O. Shields of  Regina this week.  Mr. Shields is manager of various  lumber 'companies, including the Independent Lumber Company, which  are the largest distributors of lumber  in   the new provinoes.     Recently he  Iin0 -Mmn^UnJI  _-.!. a     XI��������� : 1_.  ������������������  vacwawaaoia UUb   BUU     bill? "^UUI.^-������������JLU-JO U*J  organized with a paid up capital of  j^yy/vjyu will own inree sawmuis in  British Columbia. One of the new  corporations Is the Pitt River Lumber  Company, whose mill near Westminster  junction will be completed in less than  two months. It will have a capacity of  70,000 feet daily. The Sovereign Lumber Co., another of the corporations  controlled by Mr. Shields, is building a  sawmill at Sioamous. It will have a  capacity of 60.000 feet per day. The  third one is the Monarch Lumber Company, whose plant at Savona recently  went into commission.- It is cutting  70,000 feet daily. The output of the  three mills will be shipped to the prairies.  ���������Bevelstoke Mail-Herald.  Telephone Company fleets  At a meeting of the Creston Power  & Light Co , held on the 26th inst. in  the company's office, it was considered  amongst other "things tbo offer of the  Kootenay Telephone Lines Ltd, io purchase the plant of the company, After  a long discussion of the pros' and cons  It was decided that the company, had  woo Ta*uavAe a proposiuAon $o sei^'^v Tne  price'"offered, ��������� and the--secretaryt; was  instructed to decline the offer. Acting  on the xuiuutes.of the previous, meeting,  the arrangements to raise further capital'"whs considered. The capital is  subscribed for the purpose of installing  a 5300 drop switchboard, a new metallic  circuit, private lines to those who wane  them, and a constant 16 hour service  each day including Sundays and holidays. A central office with directors'  board room will be constructed, and the  company will employ a live man who  will not only bo ablo to, attend to the  switchboard, but also will* have tho  necessary ability to attend to tho repairs  and keep the line always first olais. .  * By this, arrangement tho people of  Oreston will have a splendid telephone  system, and without doubt <6ne of the  finest in the province. In a > few weeks  we ahall be ablo to talk with Spokane,  the towns on tho Paoiflo const, and tho  towns and oitios of Alberta.  Wo understand that the now arrangement will bo begun at an early dato and  that Mr. U. Smith will be the company's  central operator, bookkeeper and  mechanic.  #������H a.  oiiuuiiiiy  ���������u>  ��������� 1.11  -".'II  m wwiii  hiw ���������*-*���������*��������� vi m  HUM  On Tuesday next, at Nelson Assizes,  Lord Sholto Douglas "will surrender himself tc stand his trial for the alleged  shooting of, or as the charge reads, that  he did unlawfully wound, with intent  Mjr   uu   giiovu'uo    wv/MUjr    mcuIu    uU,    uusiu  Jamas Baxter Rowlands, on the nieht of  October 24th, 1908. This case has caused  considerable interest, and the result will  be keenly awaited. Briefly tho foots  are as follows:  Rowlands went to the residence of  Lord Sholto Douglas during the letter's  absence, end as he -arrived there in a  state of intoxication, his presence was  very unwelcome* to Lady Douglas.  Later Lord Douglaft returned from a  trip to the hills, where he had bees  hunting grouse, and upon aim finding  Rowlands in his drawing room, he requested him to remove himself immediately. This, Rowlands'refused to-do,  and be rushed ripon Douglas and closed  with him. . The defence is -that the  shooting was all an accident, and it is  alleged that Lord Douglao entered the  room, after his trip into the hills, -witch,  a gun in his hands.  Rowlands, who receiyed theehet la  the neck, was seriously ill tor a sew days.  He is an ex-British soldier, and together  with his wife occupies a small ranch outside the town limits.  A f nil report of the proceedings will  be published in next week's Review.  Whioh day ehnll wo celebrate ?  Max Berger, representing the Rex  Tailoring Co., of Toronto, was in town  Wednesday., Ho did good business here.  V Jack Philips' has returned: from a bug- 'u "  iness trip to Nelson.  J. D. Eldridge, better knowa through*  VUU VUV      IVWOI/        4-W* ^-i-i^^rf**,/ ���������.w..������.. .��������� ��������� ���������������������������  ���������  Jack,"  arrived iu   town   Wednesday  ���������.���������^���������;���������~    xar.x ������u.������w>������^n ������. ������������. sssstsssful  Ulu7lliu(Ji       **w .ujyv.w   .���������   IV.J     mm.**mn*j+.*������  winter for the trappers.  1 Okell & Young are about to put  Baeohler'a subdivision ou the market.  These aro good lots, and we take pleasure in recommending them.  T. B. Flanagan, Pinoher Creek, Alta.,  arrived here Saturday.  D. O. Lyon, who has purchased and  located upon land near* MdNeillte, has  been joined by his wife and family, who  arrived from the east last Thursday.''  Good progress is being mode en the  Proabytoriau Church bnilding.   ,,  TENDERS FOR OLEARING.  Tenders at a price per acre (readtf "for  t/uo plow) for ono or more acres on^Lots  101 and I30B will be rccoivad by" the  undorsigaed up to May 1st.   Olearlpg to  bo done by October 16th, 1009.   For for*  ther information ees A. u. Farr, Orcstca.  W. H. McLBAN,  Minnedoaa, Man,  '���������JtSSSSu^StlStvm  THIS IS SEEDING TIME  ���������'���������"  '    ���������   ''  *"'   u   ' i  We are SOLE AGENTS for  SIMMEffS SEEDS of all kinds  Wc have received a Large Quantity of  ... ���������'l-'i'- |v.  Shallots, English  uiiioii Sets  ��������� ���������   ''At'';3j3C.^pe"!ri':Jb.  Whe Creston Mercantile Co. '-^".-^^.-"iTTT**-^."  .,.1, ^i,^fttfj^.v^.jw��������� i^,.���������ii,,^ ���������  t1*:'"'.'."*'  -?*-:���������������������������������  '", " '< -  \  THE   C8E&TO&-. REVIEW  B^-^tjfi-mf.  HE CANADIAN BANK  "OF.* COMMERCE'"  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO fll ESTABLISUED  1867  Paid-up Capital, $1 0.090,009  Reserve Fund, -   6,GO 0,000  Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England  1% as  S. B. WALKER, President  ������������������*������A*ffE>������B LAIRD, General Kaua^r  a?   KU"  ���������^  Get Your HARNESS REPAIRED at  ri jc  mpIBbV  OE1EY  O^Oei^S  ISSUED  AT THE   FOLLOWING BATES:  $5 and under    Over $5 and not exceeding $10      "    $10        " '" $30       "    $30        " " $50       3 cents  6 cents  10 cents  15 cents  HARNESS SHOP  g     B    _  s*f*  These Orders are payable at par at every ofiioc of a Chartered Bank in Canada  (except in the Yukon) and at ihe prir.(.-ip;il b-mking- points in the United States. They  are negotiable at $4.90 to the ������ s*i*rliii;- in Givut Britain and Ireland.  They form an excellent method <-f romittinj*: small .sums of money with safety  Sadat small cost, and may be obtained without delay. 121 ���������  -rxrwiTT Tpo   tit atc a.m?p f/Rir'GTrYW trtj AxroTi  carver s riarness oturc  Opp. McOeath's Barn *Best Quality.      Cheapest Prices  The Creston ^eviel^  Wiu> Ross LoDGE No- 39  KNIGHTS  OF  PYTHIAS  Published every Thursday at Crestou,  British Columbia, by the Creston Publishing Co., at their office, Fleet Street,  Creston  Crestoi!������ Si G  every   Monday   at  8   p.m.    in  .Tno. J. Atherton -  Editor,  Meets  Speers* Hall.  Y. C. Corry, C. C.  A. E. Frpuch, K. of R.  G. Hendren, M. ot* F.  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ^ is  *  Movie  1 WV \^\  & s.  Subscription, $2 00 a year, strictly in  . advance.   No pay, no paper,  Wyv o#������2yi if? for L?"! Advert i3lncr.  Quack ads. introduced to waste paper  basket; same with unsigned  contributions.  SO-Day Notices, So;  60, $7.50; 90, ������10  WU*-|ft,    D.W.  ������  Creston Hotel i  ������  *  Manufacturers of the Celebrated Lake Shore Export.  for?tc?tr-fc    a    cncriAi frx/  DATTl    ������**"**.  "������SVr S   ������ S_j*U<LJp  Gft  squelch any uumbskull who thinks that  forest couservatiou is a " farce." There  are myriads of other uses to which lumber or timber only are adapted, and  for which no substitute has yet been  "We are here primarily to make a million j found, nor likeiv to be.   But with the  and incidentally to advertise the re-1 *  flources of the town and district.   Ii 1 vast amouut of white paper which must  iB our aim to see that Creston pets a  -^ s\ie& wj.th printed matter these days,  jpui-e Mountain Spring Water used iu the Manufacture ^  of our Beer. 5k  ^      J.  MUELLER,  Proprietor, Moyie,  B.C.      |  square deal in all matters, and we  ghall scourge the wicked and canonize  boosters. There are no strings oa  the editor and he alone will dictate  our policy and take the medicine.  Everybody with the price can ������ake  this paper, and nothing extra is  charged for reading the ads. Tell us  the gossip and the scandal, we need it  in ovr business.   Bring: m tout ads  it is inevitable that much of the matter  is "fool sniff." Fortunately ,the work  of foresc conservation and enlarging will  keep on its majestic march in spite of  fcols or cranks.  NO FURTHER USE FOR FORESTS ?  A fool writer found some fool editor  of a journal of some kind to publish a  long article on the " farce of forestry,  as the writer termed it, because cement  had now made timber or lumber unnecessary.   This being the case, the fool  foolisly argues that forest conservation  and regrowing is a useless labor and expensed   It is true that cement has come  at a most fortunate time to substitute  timber largely in building operations,  but that it can be devoted to all the useB  of lumber is a proposition too idiotic to  refute.   The one faot that from 50 to 60  per cent, of the present lumber output is  lined for paoking cases and crateB, barrels  and like purposes,   is enough to  Tho Mail With  ft Millstone  Aboisf i&h Neck  The millstone Is lack of  special training. It holds  one man down to hard work  and small wages while  others, properly trained, go  ; ahead. But every man and  woman who is laboring  under such a burden can  easily rise to a better position and increased earning  P arid can find out how for  the asking.  To find out how, simply  write the 1. C. S.i stating  the position you wish to  gain. In return, an institution with 17 years of successful experience in training thousands of others for  advancement will tell you  how it can (it VOU for a  better-paying position. No  risk to ruo. No books to  buy. Isn't such a chance  for advancement worth t/iis  much to yottt  INTERNATIONAL  CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS  ���������m 708, SoranUtt, fa.  Or tUtilr hn?al lt>j>rf.w������nUUtv*:  J. W. BENNETT  i������.o. wox n  PRRN1H, B.C.  Yi*rr������ en**���������* liremr Moanrif.  R. O. Edwards, editor of the Calgary  Eye-Opener, is considering a wry flattering suggestion from some Toronto business men to move his well-known paper  a from Calgary to Toronto, and will prob-  >������ j ablv accept.    The Eye-Opener will probably be turned into a joint stock company  will 3Ir. Edwards holding the controlling interest ���������"Moyie Leader.  There is now an offer from a Spokane  syndicate of ������75,000 for the Jeffries-  Johnson fight to ba pulled off at a point  in Idaho. Creston people may yec have  an opportunity of witnessing the greatest light of the century without going  too far to see it.  An advertisement of the fishing season  and of the attractions of Kootenay as a  fisherman's paradise, contains the following description of the conduct of a  fisherman: "He riseth up early in the  morning and disturbeth the whole household; mighty are his preparations; he  goeth forth full of hope; when the day:  is far spent he returneth smelling of  strong drink and the truth ia not in  him."  A. W. Coulter, of the Oreston Fur-  uishing Co., is arranging to instal a  confectionery and ice-cream parlor in  the building now known as tho "Nelson  Cafe. We understand that this parlor  \y ill be one of tho most up-to-date to be  found in tho west. An elegant soda  water fountain will also bo installed.  There is every prospect of the berry  crop this year being a bumper.  Efforts ara now beiag made is arrsnge'  a baseball match between Creston and  Y. O. L. teams on the tiiuth of May.  Tbe teams are very auxLous to get together. Creston players also have hopes  of journeying to Cranbrook on the 24th,  and mixing with the players there.  Canada now seems to have a bad spell  of Dreaduoughtitu*  Chas. Moore, P.L.S., has sold ali his  lots in Block D. Atherton put through  the deals.  ^jer  The Leading  Hotel of ihe  Fruit    Belt  READ  "  Guests  <Again  L_l SO \  i n io s  44  *.   AAAA.A.AAA. ^AAAAAAAA  PWWVWW WWW WW  i omul  I riiniii  We sell the Pure Hatu;  Fertilizer  \ /OU will make no .mistake  Y when you get off the train  if 3'on sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Rooms reserved by Telegraph.  Headquarters \ox Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Kanchers, Tourists  aud Commercials.  ������  moran  1 fUjJ&i  JtSEk  XBf   e. *  linn  % "We have purchased the Furniture ������  ������ business of A. H. Myers & Son, and 5  Swe are about to lay in the best'stock ������  ^ of Furniture to be seen in Western T  $ Canada.   Come in and see what we ������  ��������� have now, but be sure and come in ���������  ������ and inspect our stock when the first x  X consignment of New furniture ar������ ������  ��������� rives. We have arranged'foracon- ���������  tinuous shipment .of New Goods T  each week from the beit wholasala S  hoaees.  | Creston Furnishing Co. _  !���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  t  Tankage Fertilizer  Ground Bone  Blood and Bone  L5SGGG  IN  SACK LOTS  p. Burns & ^  I    ���������      WWIIIVV      *W     VVI  CRESTON       -      B.C.  ^o*Tnr"rsTr"*r*5Tr^  iVlri Kb*A!*-$  RPDs I  CRESTON  \Evanstet% Ifvet^ feeb anb Sales  Stables i ��������� ��������� ' -        i  PARTICULARLY IP  IT     IS     PLASTER.  (GRESTON  BAKERY  WE ARE HERE  FOR BUSINESS  Bring in your Orders  BREAD  And when we say Bread, wc mean  BREAD  ������  Cakes  Pastry  Biscuits  Confectionery  AM.  HOMR-MAIH2 ClOOOf.  T.  G.  MAHON  You can tell me your needs  with confidence because I  can fill the bill.  Ed. I^ulll^mes  PLASTERER  i^jmz&r m  A������UyouvGnocKK tot* it.  FOR SAtE IN OUBSTON AT  S. A. SPEERS.  1 v99wvVw6w9wO'  JLj+ JKyckman  Tinsmith  HAY & GRAI&C 'DEALERS  AND COAL SUPPLIED  AGENTS FOR MCLAUGHLIN'S.CARRIAGES.  Ul&j'tgJlJLgJLPJU'J^^^ ILSLSJULSLSLSUUtJ.  ���������   -..'���������-��������� ������������������ ��������� ���������        ���������  .  ,...���������-,-������������������         jla3  and  Plumber  Tinware  Stoves  *Piping  Hot Air and Hot  Water Heating  a  Specialty*  /.. ��������� .  Stacfte'g 8. Co.  Wholesale  rrovlolono,   Produce,   Prult  Ooncral Commlwulon MerchuntH  NELSON        -        B. C.  To let you know that we have now  A Large Stock of the Lateat Styles in  MEN'S SUITS  ���������   At Prices ranging from $12 upwards  Also a full Line of HATS and CAPS  Call and Inspect these  Before buying Elsewhere ,   > ;  S  S  Pfiflk^ Store of Plenty  HI       M0 wtt tu M       ^mr   ������������������^'^r���������"^-*"*���������"-"���������ri m - in-"- "*Lr"jn*'*T���������mr1!1! 1 irr��������� ������������������!"��������� rm "tit  m  mmmmmmmmm  FISHING SEASON  Opens 1st of May  ��������� ���������    *  BUY YOUR FISHING TACKLE  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK  STORE  wi*"iw"t.r 11111 t m 1 r' 1 "-I - ii"- 1 -  ���������in jinin > ,,iin<m.mMi������m |  THE PLAGE TO GET  Your Furniture;  Carpets, Rugs, Lace Curtains  Linoleums, Ranges, Stoves aud Crockery.  We Furnish your Home Complete.  Standard tfurmtureG  Complete House Furnishers an) Undittakers  Write for Prices NELSON,   B.C^ >  ^  .^1  staA ������au> tti&&       -^. .6%   &s������ *s. &*������ ^������ ������ <���������  K^VliSW  ;.|V������W  WANTED NOW  A reliable party io act ea agent and  salesman ia Otestou and soi'toundiiig  distril-t-for the sale of Hardy Outnrio  grown frnit aud ornamental-trees Good  pay weekly. Exclusive territory. As  we gnarHKtee delivery of first grade  Btock in good condition our agents have  e.'cri* eh 11 nee of doing a splendid business  ,   Write Now���������  rcLnA^ iNUKScRlf nn>  ���������U.  Toronto, Ont.  N J3.���������Salesmen   book   orders fir Fall  delivery from now on.  Alt". Slirubb, the world's ch impicn  middle distance runner, easily defeated  St. Ives, tbo Frenchman, in a fifteen  miles raco at New York. Inst Saturday.  Munches tor United won the English  Football Association Oup at the Crystal  Palace, lust Saturday, before a crowd of  300,000 people. The score was Manchester United 1, Bristol City 0. This  is the first time the winning team has  got beyond the third round. Manchester  was en fete on Monday last when the  victorious team returned home.  Ohas. Moore, P.L.S., haB now five  more five-acre lota surveyed and ready  for market. These are ia the Moore-  Darbyshire addition to the, townsite.  See Atherton. *  to as  Ymir  Sect-  List of Persons, -whose names*-have&been  obiected  being retained on the  Register   of   Voters   for the  Electoral District, as provided by paragraph (dd) of  ion io of the ''Provincial Elections Act," 1903-4, as amended  in 1909. .  Court of Revision to be held at Trail on May 3rd, 1909  An tell, Mercer  Gileson, Joseph  Kgloff, John "  Aiteheson.Jas. B  Gruber, Michael  Traves, Michael  Rymell, Wm. Henry  Murdock, Wm.  Knapps, Walter O  Jordon, Kdward  Allan, Alex  Youup-, Henry  Bell, Claude,-F  Blaney, Arthur Wm  Blanchard, Ernest Jos  Oarley, David Mark  Chipman, Jos. Howe  Kugel, August W  Brnst, Louis  Farnell, Chas. Wm  Gardiner, Geo.  Hopper, John J  Hoskinf"; Geo  Kelley, Cnas A  Miles, John  Monroe, Norman S  McDauiel, Robert  Md?on������"sll, DtiD'*.'1!?  Orchard, Geo W  Pateraon, John  McLeod, Finlay  Smith, C Dell  Warren, Wm  Wood, Robt  'Bell. Bryant,David; "  Antle, 'Geo,-*-- =:���������%.-    ���������  Atkinson, Xhoa Henry  jBarbrick, DuncaE JC  Bradlsy, Walter    ,  Campbell, Murdock  Cameron, Dugald  Carruthers, Stewart  Clare, Arthur"  Oollis Robert S  Cosgrove, John  Orooke, Jas  Crowe, George  Daly, Patrick  Daly, Jim  Edgar, W F  Erwin, Alex H  Fancher, Mack  Graham, Lee  Grant, Millsn  Grantham. Fraak  ���������CT- T   Hnfifrobmidt, Wm Aug-  Johnson, Ohas Ludwig  Kearns, Henry  Livingstone, Thos  Malmlm. William-    ���������  McDonald, Jas N  MINING STOCKS  (Beale & Eiwell, Brokers, Cranbrook)  April Cth, 1909  Bid  Aurora Consolidated  B.C. Amalgamated  .04i.<  0.25  77.  .80  .04  L.afi  B.C. Copper  Consolidated Smelters  Canadian N. W. Oil  Can. ,Goldfields,  Canadian Marconi  Cranbrook Fire Brick  Diamond Coal .50  JD.amond Vale Coal       .Vby*  Int. Ooa! & Coke .05  Nicola Coal Mines .04  Nipissing 10.75  North Star        ���������        .08^  Nugget Gold Mines      .70 -  McGillivray C. Coal      22  Rambler Cariboo .14  Royal Collieries .353  Society Girl -  ���������  Sullivan  Veteran War Scrip 500.00  Western Oil ordinary 1.25  Western Oil preferred 3.25  Pinoher Creek Oil Co.  Asked  .25  .06  0.75  83.00  .05  .05  1   C.t  .. . . t#  1.10  .58   -  ���������JOT  .4^  11.-25  .   .12  1.00  .25  - . *.14U  .m  .25  ,>A  850.00  -  4.75   -  4.00 ,  .     1.00  Pat Dnmphy arrived fsOxh MoGuigan  QofnWloirr"'  daughter at Moyie." Pat/ is'blacksmith  at the ' Rambler-Cariboo.   Whilst, here  " 'a  he purchased two town Iqtsfrom Atherton.  F. E. DOCKERILL^  Registrar of Voters- ,, .  Ymir FJeotorfll Diefarictr.     J  ������j*eo. jaunro is aoouc to duuu a. nana-  some residence on Lot 3, Block 3. Geo.  Hendren has the contract for stone work,  masonry aud carpentry.  Tlie Riverside Huiseriesf Grand- Fofkss B.C.  T  !  Are the Largest Nurseries in B. C, and the Nearest to CRESTON.  MO FUMIGATJON      ..  Our Apple Stock is grafted with scions'cut from Hearing Trees  Address WALTER VV JACKSON,  Asent-  '     ..  .    ' 'Phone 9.   . ,    .     . Line No. 3 f  CBESTON, B.C.  J. VC  Sirdar Hotel  _ A Home from Home.  Headquarters' for mining  men.  First class in every respect.  Adjoining C. P. R. Depot.  A!l(WAnt*|T  Campbell & Graf,  Proprietors,  /  s, crass LiiixLui&u, $>5.2o. u.u.o. >  Sirdar;  B, C  H&   Wiza  LIKE THE OWL  \my~  And Stop at  iyir:rvixii->i^ o  Barber Shon. Mtsnro Block  d^"f c  ^i*.* 1 taw  /HIS 53 Hb*>ta  I have been instructed' By the owner to sell  42 Lots  on  Schofield  Avenue,   and * these  X now put on .the  1 ,niarket at $75 and $8s. _ ' '  1  The climate of the Oreston district is so  mild in winter that seldom does the mercury  touch zero, and in summer the weather is  very warm which is so beneficial for the cultivation and coloring of fruit. Cool evenings, however, are a persistent factor for the  enjoyment of repose.  The early springs are  I" very favorable for gardening and budding    f"������  .   fruit tree.    The  autumns are  very  long    ^  While there is a splendid local demand  for products, the principal markets for the  as Fort William and Chapleau, and as far  north as Athabasca Landing.    We are -ab-  sS  \  reason of our products reaching the mar-,  and the weather is of an ideal Indian summer.    Violets and wild strawberries bloom  as late as November.  Soil  The soil is an alluvial clay on a clay subsoil. This does not apply, however; to the  entire valley, as the lower bench lands are of  kefs in shorter time and better in condition,  than can be done by any other district.  Creston is well favored in the matter of  transportation. ' The C.  P.  R.  passenger  trains call here twice daily, going east and ,  west.   The ea stbound', passenger and ex������ t������  press passes through here at, 12.12 p.mr,  therefore allowing, berries and fruits' to be*j  a black vegetable mould, while the laud in    picked in the forenoon and shipped in a re  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  f^o suit; any kiudv of vegetation may be se-  'cured in this valley.  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. ���������".'��������� "���������"'���������" ��������� y/'    .������������������'.'.:-y .;���������������������������:���������- .'.  ll/ll1    ** -������������������  THESELOXS ApE GOING LIKE WILDFIRE  I Sold TEN Lassf Week  t.  **i  /Iftoistiire  ..j5J-.>  1 Mpisture; is plentiful, as it' raitis ' every  month and is sufficient for bountiful crops of  every description.  B>ir6biicts  The famous strawberry fields, of CreBton  outclassed every other district iu  British  ^Columbia last year for prbdtiction'i quality  and prices.   In addition to this we raise hay  and all kinds ot vegetables, apples, peaches,  The progress of, (tfye Fruit. Growing' Iri^  dustry of the 'Msjm^.'h^hekn^ye^mpiSl.-  Five years agp^ there was 150 fruit ti-rees  .shipped to the!Creston distnet*,.;while in* fl^s*  spring of 1908 about 48,006 were: l;eceiym: ���������  at this point.   There were also sevei^al liuirV ^  dred thousands of Strawberry pla^f0and[  berry bushes ��������� shipped in.   We have a rural  telephone system,  which will shortly be;  connected/with Nelson and Cranljrook, it  being already connected with Spokane.     A  system for waterworks and also for ge������crat-  ing electric .power has   been installed at  Goat River Falls,   Electricity will also aid  in opening up sonie of our large mines* We  have   two Graded Schools with an attendance of 8b pupils, three large general stores,  Beautifully situated south of town, quite close to business centre; one minute's  xvafy;]ftomyfae depot;; three 'minutes from ]jpublic school; overlooking the  beautiful;Kootenay Valley.   A beautiful location for a home,  S   vm.  i'tt'fflfi4--  They wJll  be  Valuable  '���������"v.*V'  ':;:')y  1  ."'������������������ ".','3.''  '('���������'.v-',i.'  pears, plums, cherries/nectarines and grapes   gent's furnishings,, Canadiaii Bank of Com-  ... JL JL -JL Vw^.'*������'JL. .v/JL'jL '  mam  as well as all the smaller bush fruits, which  grow in abundance  miMU>WM���������������OWWW  WRITE FOR ANY  INFORMATION  tnerce, photograph gallery, 3 restausf*atits,v2  hotels,   hardware   store,   tinshop, /jewelry'  store, 2 barber shop-w^poolroom, 2I wtndrics,^  blacksmith, furniture store, tailor,(builrlin^  contractors, harness and saddlery store/euttk',  two liVery stables.���������'���������'���������The professional men  are a doctor auft government sntveyor.  The Social adv������������itage������. are,,Catcholfc, Anglican, Presbyterian autLMelliodiMchuittlieit,  several fraternal lodges and three halla  Write or <oAreiof catt on or phone j* J.  tmmmtlm  mmmmmmmmmm  L   Tel 20*  ������1,  AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AOBNT  "���������^^mf  .#.-  \  k<-j���������llgjiiji|yMitot%^jgA^ ������~^".������������,��������� ss&as&&&Qit&il a_   ���������.*������a������'n'fw������-vft**>j.j-jTS'Wi  tth^'ZV^r^X"^ J ���������'���������-���������'���������'  |^n*������''4jCWir*^W-*'.  ^"^^TC-Sft^  :^*t^j&ite,x.������i4 s*Wf i-v^rt-fTiS^;^  .. i   * k.rimtr{ i ���������Er*iiirm.T*i*rtl4^T*TfrTTfiir- J* *'" . ...   -.'.���������-��������� ..��������� .-..'������������������������.���������'    ��������� ..-:.'���������       ���������'', ��������� ���������-''**'***'-. .-'������������������:.    ^���������..w ���������    r......... ������������..^*������h���������... ���������..>.. ..in j. im-'-"   ���������-  -������������������ -���������tnii.^n..Ll ���������-���������' ������������������'-'   ������������������mi'i'"    ���������        ��������� . ������������������    ^������������������i^m.i'  ^^^.������������������-auiiiii ji ijbii ��������� in j  ������-^*$&-4W!'&������w-������ ������������������ ��������� ������������������;���������  ������ nMW,i^j-ff iiftifrwwfSVff  ���������rtr-itf^wtTH  s^^s^iffa  aF^^asj^l  PROFESSIONAL  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  JTirs, Life sni Accident iBSurssee  REAL ESTATE, Etc,  TRAIL       -       -  -   13."o.  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  B.O. Land Subveyor atsd Arohotkot  Plans and Specifications  CRESTON -  B.C.  J,  D.  ANDERSON  SBmSE    COLUMBIA    LAND    StrRVSi'SOK  TRAIL  B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & CO,  "The date for thesale of lots at Prince     FOR SALE.���������Ten ocreB of land with-  Rmsert is  now set for Maoist next, in IX n������les from town.    All slashed  - .     .   ..- Mi, vr, .,.������������������* Sna i ready for burning.   Good house on tne  about the 2Srd uate toa* bas, vt0������rtyr   n^^  This is  been given out, and those who have  waited for the past two years to buy up  the G.T.P. terminus may be able to get  a May-day lot���������and maybe they will  get another wait."���������Phoenix Pioneer.  They will, Br'er.   May 25th and 26th  is the "latest."  Write:,the O.C S-, Oranbrook, B.C.,  for prices on furniture.  Choice soil and location  Ap-  ply'W ALTER V. JACKSON, Creston.  PAAAIWUb    ������mf**J     lUVAVOW'U-  We will celebrate by trying to extricate  some of the stumps ou Fleet St: cot.  \jru\r urr^ t> e> v  Over your books, when you can  have them made tip for yon at a  reasonable figure monthly by a  qualified bookkeeper ?  P.O., ORESTON, B C.  SMOKE the  TL.%  i  I  ssmMmmmmmm^m^m  OIGAR  Sold at the Munro and Sam Hatfield's  Union Goods   ;  Blacks nil thing  and Shoeing  I   >     v>  DUbKnian  ^rcai^ss  I  irOK bALc  1  ���������'    Real Estate iand Insurance.  CRESTON     -  B.C.  _   _   _  w ***r p������q *s������ ��������������� *m    B  -    -    >  k-** m���������    M  V *w   ���������  -     ���������   - m     ������  o     *   ������_*���������        r -     -     **--=*  Thoroghbred Brdnze.  Two Gobblers and Two Hens  R. 0*B. FITZGERALD.  A.   C.   B OWN ESS  Wholesale wine and Spirit  Merchant  Cranbrook  X* r*  With a Local Flavor  EGGS FOR HATCHING  From Pure Bred Golden Laced Wyan-  dottesand S. O. white Leghorns,  Heavy Layers.    Inspection of Pens invited.      Infertile" Eggs "replaced.  as.OQ per Setting of 16.  STOCKS & JACKSON,  Mountaia View Ranch,  Creston, B.C.  1   lip ar\ri^  I nnliisi ii  n     ��������� ��������� ilffa WML ca sssi  ���������      i   i i M 1 i  B 1     ���������   I =  L.UPlflUl.I!^  '  r  rpTTfA  ���������sf;  382 "gK SSeu  tiss tiss <m\  "O  J3.  TENDKUS WANTKD FOHTITK TUnOIIASB  OK A M1NI3RAL CLAIM.  T".i5������*:"N atlrtrosi-e-1 t" tho uudoislgncl, at  bin i>ni(*n In tlU' courthouBo. lit ttio city of  *\Yii">������OH, will   lit!  received   Uli tUl lUa  iion.Vnf  !   ftve o't'ioolv in   tlio .aa������**iioi>ii.of r'l'iciiiy, ai&y  istb, iuo9   for tlio   put-clmso or llu> M  diwisiiis  The logging railway of the Yale-Col-  ���������umbia Lumber Co. is now in commission  The members of the Methodist church  "had a vejr,r es^o^sbls social at tho Jfsth*  odisfc church on Monday evening last.  Swan Swaason is nearly through with  the clearing of bis land.  The Canadian ArnvsemeBt Co. with  their moving   picture   and illustrated  song entertainment, presented "nscles^  Tom's Cabin" to a large audience on J 5  Saturday night. ||  Tho Baseball Club intend holding a  Grand Ball in the near fnture.  O.O.S. stands for Oranbrook Co-  eperaUvs Stoses.  Thos. and B&sil MoKeir hare pur-  chased:40 sores of land on the other sid������  of the bonn������i.i-gy line from 3. Sticts.  ^>^-������/MSVV>^^^*������#>i^^>^-j^A^A^S|  SAM HATFIELD  THE  CRESTON   BARBZR  PAT'S RESPECTFULNESS  Jack Bibbitt  left  and George  Seymour  ~ ThursSay.  and 'all  iars   i or j-riuco xiuperc   ou  Petri k arriyed Kiiwh the vra?* for Satii iS.d very 0id-timer3 he:  aS'itin "wow-   One eyehvas closed, his nose was      .,,    . v t. ,,    ,  .     .   .       -���������   ,  i_M^������^fnv.i.o^^G^������p?upotS broken and hiL face looked as though it ^^ ^vish them good luck m  heirsearch  District, which \\������<" fDrfo'tcd to tho Crowa for   -L^-. ._���������      . ,    v " "    ' ~  unrald tuxes ami cosls.'at tho Tux Sale hold   ttatl ������*bn Stung by bees.  "   "Glory be!" exclaimed his wife.  "Thot Dntohi������a������  In this city on N.ovemboP 6th, 1K>5.  Tho uiisot price uiiontho inliitrnl claim,  \vhli������h inoUuU-s tl o uhiount of dollnanc-nt  taxos and oos'.h at tlio *lno of foiToliuro, with  intoi-oi)t. taxos which have 8liiC3 accrued,  cot-ts of advertising, and fee for crown Grant  (SAVIN)), iti SUi'.SO, which Is the leant amount  that will ho consldoi ocl as a tender.  Bach tender must ho acoompanU'd hy an  sicet'i*!?*! oh������?������ue fov tho full amount of the  ti'iidcr. payahis to tho order of the Assistant  Commissioner of *U*.nds& Works at Nelson,  B.C.  Dated at Nelson, W.C.. this 26th day ol"  April, 1909.      ..'���������.:..UARKY AV11IUUT,  Qoveranieiit Asent,  87-11 Nelson, B.(J.  for a fortune.     Mr., Seymour has Bold  his ranch to Bob Laruont.  Cranbrook's second annual race me**f-  IFOR SALE  Bflfli   biWL   ruuL   IUJUIY1  RifllARnS  - Yen, Arohdeacon Beer, of Kaslo, con-  ^^������<������->m^  ���������j.,,.,T**m.*.  aA ^1--..   AmnllAfif.    f*U-KMM*U  on Sunday last.  xTOvf,    all    j"Ct������   aJruDut    diiOiploS    Ox  Isaat Walton, the period oi abscinenco  is nearly o'er. It will be legal foe you  to go joshing at break o' day on Saturday next.  Fourth Street is now in fcha hands of  the Government road-builders, who are  acting under the orders of Geo. Benny.  The big bump in the hill opposite  Grady's house is being out down, and  the grade of the street, generally improved.  Landstekers continue to arrive on  eyery train.  The man -wanting land or town lots,  and tho man selling, meet on common  ground in the columns of this paper,  8. A. Speen and wife and Miss J.  Cameron loft for Nelson on Tuesday  last. Miss Cameron will receive medical  treatment there.  I will sell a four-roomed oottage, well  finished, lot and workshop for*700 ocah.  This offer only holds good for 30 days.  See Atherton.  Claude Merrill took a flying trip to  ACbyie lost Thursday. Owing to the  aooident to a freight train, he had the  mortification of spending seventeen  hours in a passeugor cosoh on tho return  journey. He sang the Hallelujah Chorus  for the benefit of the Seepeeore whon  he arrived homo.  B. Carrie, E. A. Ourrio and P. Livingston arrived from Moyio, Saturday to  look over our fruit lands.  W. F. Teetzol lias returned to Kelson  after ohasteg round the Oreston valley  for two weeks.  T. 8. Graham, O.P.R. pole and tie  inspector, spent several da;,rs in town  this week*  FOE BALE���������Eggs for Batching from  tharoaghbrcd Brown Loghoras, ft.SO a  sotting of 10 eggs. Apply Box L, Meview  omoo,  Tho Paolflo Mock ia now in the hands  of the pointert. Adlard is tho artist  ���������who is doing th* beautifying.  J. JT. drmdy noittemplate* putting on  ��������� ftttyy* under glow us soon as he secures a  ���������caiable site.  Hobfc. Lament ii clearing the laud he  pnrohiuw^ from tho GoTernmsnfc at the  land sale. Wa believe he intends to sub*  dlvid* thl# into lots and jwt th������* whole  ikil tho fuarlcel as an addition to the  iownslte.  * and *  RJIDRCD QUftD  uniiuB.i& vaiui  RASPBHRRY  PLANtS  Cuthbert       -      $a.oo per ioo  Golden Queen     $2.00   "   ioo  = Apply RIOHABD HOOD  J King Creek Ranch, nr. CrestonTiB.O.-  'twas him," exclaimed Patrick-  "Shame on ye!-'   exploded his wife 'ng is scheduled for M07  24 and 25.  without sympathy.    "A big sphalpeen The pr'zi list tots up to $2,400.  the likes of you to get bate up by a little T   ^    ._^  oinadhaun of a Dutchman the size of "* "'  ^"ersoa   iS   B0W  survey ing  him!  why-!" Root. Reid's land into town lots that  VWhist, Nora,''said Patrick, udo not  Atherton has ou the  market.     These  spake disrespectfully of the dead." lots are going like hot cakes.  I Fine Cigars  and Cigarettes.  I Hot and Coid Baths  The Only  Shoe  Repairing  Shop in Creston  Best Workmanship  Boots and Shoes made to Order  A Speciality  I  THE  SHOEMAKER  CRESTON     -     -     -     B.C.  Rough ani  IU  LUmDO!  Shingles  Brick  t  Percheron Stallion  "CYBRAQUE"  (Iteslsterod No. 42888)  TO stand as follows:  At McCREATH'S  BARN,  Creston  On Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays  and Saturdays.  And at Huscroft's Ranch, Deer Lodge  On Sundays, Wednesdays  and Thursdays.  TERMS: $10, $15 and $ao  HuicrofiBros* SBenney, 0*uners\  LAND ACT.  Kelson Land Dtllrlot-BUtrlot of Wort  Uootenry.  Take notloo that Ch uIck Mooro, of Crouton,  H.O., a Provincial land surveyor, intends to  apply for normlMlon to purohnwo tho follow-  log detcrlhfd land: Commonolnii; at a post  thoncu  apply for mr-nltalon to purohnwo tho follow  '   b deaortb-'f   "  "  it������dnttli.   _���������..   ...    IV. J. Hwphen'n purohoau claim),  north ������0 eHahnn, thnnce ft*������tao ehalrm. thenro  5Unt������dnttlia north w������������t oornnr of Lot flODO,  .l.f   *     " *      *  ���������outh 40 ohalitM, tlisnoe went vo ohalim   to  point of cornmonoomont. and oontnlnlna 80  acre* moro or lew. M M  PsUd at Ure������U>n. U.O., this 30rd day of April,  low.  M-i* C11AB. MOOIIIC, H.CL.H.  nnt;  Doors  Window^!  Mouldings  0. B006ERS  NslNon Land DI������trloU-Illi(trlctof Wont  Kootanny.  , Take HotlMi that William nurton. of Cran-  ijroolf.Il.C.riillwuy nonductnr. tnuiiida to apply  fnrnmrmimon lo ptirel'sss tlio following aW  crlb������d land t ("ommenolnr at ������ po*it pluntsd.  ut ������h������ Tjon������^������j cornor or J, o.fff-inhwi's laud  In U>t No. b08O,thouo������W������*it30ohafnM, thonos  NOIItIt-J0������ljlkl|1������, tli������n������M������ **Mt 90 nliiiliia, ilioiico  north 90 rimUi* to tn������ point of oomih<ju������>-  m������nt, and conialnlnir 40 mw������ mora or lovvi,  j-Dattd this tWUH dsyV April, 1000.  WILLIAM HUltTONT.  Subscribe  i  Five������Acre Blocks and 5  One-Acre Blocks  In Townsite, with and without  Buildings  Houses and Lots for  Sale and to Rent  ALSO  : 53 Cleared Lots in  - Townsite for Sale  ���������^ -    "���������.'.-ii.',  Ininroved Properties near Oreston,,  all ready for anyons who wants  an income-producing fruit ranch.  Houses built on 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  Oreston.  i C" 11UIUC1   JHUUUUUUU��������� .  APPLY  TO  OKELL, YOUNG  =tco  The Frost Woven Wire Fence  Is a  Winner  The LOCK is Solid with no Loose Ends to Spring  Also Ornamental Gates and' Fences for town property.       Easy Terms.  Write, stating wants, and I will call on yon.   WALTER V. JAOKSOK,  Box 53,   CRESTOK, B.O.  j  |*<MW������M9M������������������������>gl������������<MDaca������<H  g       Now is the time to get your  I havo a largo and beautiful assortment of Mouldings. Every-  'body invited to como in and see  them, whether they buy or not. *  I ALSO REPAIR OLD FRAMES  ���������,     .   i      I.      ���������        i' ii i ��������� . .  W. J. Dowii^  Photographer    r      CRESTON  caesise  ' .V    mro-iurs  -SADDLE PONIES and  GOOD <DRAY  TRY  Dry and Green Wood  i For Sale.  I. H. HIcicEY, Prop  ,->  cNpteheads, cMemos  Circulars, Shipping Tags  efflenu Cards  Business Cards  Visiting Cards  cMenixs, Programmes  ^Dodgers, ^Posters  Ifeceipt *Booksf Etc, Etc  Ml Orders ^Receive ^ompt cAtientlon.  iw*Miii>iiiW������w^^������-������������--Wi������iw iwili������������i^i���������������������������wiiiwm i ���������  i��������� i Man M*tmmmm������������������ mm iininn,   lm��������� ,  Estimates Gtbetu   '���������Prices 'Reasonable. ,  CRESTON  rt^^*mtUmmmmmmwtm^m  ������   IS.  ������   ������   ������  i>OOOOOOOOOO<XX>0<>OO<>O^X  I  WHIR.Kcmw  ORANBROOK - B.O.  )'"���������'���������' ���������   -     ���������"'     '  .,-.,'.' Th������.,. .  Funeral Director  , l'AINT AND UAUNt  do nnt.mlx.WMlllpnfltiioi-, hut wonroralntcm  mid |iM>orat4>rs,.urt w������ ������<n\\ work,hi uiiy JatnU  of w.'-jthor.-wlieii it rnHim, wo work 1n������ld������r,  nud whon lUi* I'Uiihunt, w������ work oulMklo,  | n  a^ut^yo^rte ������i^WAm ���������0MM. Ux ;  '. vv JAS, ADLARD     ,  ������e������ldettoef yiotoria Ate. Bow Addition  |*,n.yV'.V....'    ..IV ���������'.'���������������  ftl'r-   - .'���������'/.. ~.*i.,rv7v ���������'('  WM ������������������

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