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 be IHe  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Vol. IP ;    No. 25.  HEDLEY, 3, C, THURSDAY, JULY o, 1906.  $2.00, in Advance.  |f HE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.    Reserve Fund, $4,500,000  HEAD OFFICE,  TORONTO  i. E. WALKER, General Manager ,    ALEX. LAIRD', Asst. Gen'l Manager  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES:       o  $5 and under '.' .    3 cents ,;  Over $5 and not exceeding $10......    6 cents  "    $10        " " $30:....;���������  10 cents  "    $30        " " $50....-   15 cents '     /  These Orders are Payable at Par at any office in Canada of a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points ill the United States.  NEGOTIABLE AT A KIXBD RATE AT* '.*.,"  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.  rhey form an excellent method of remitting small sums of money with safety  and at small cost.  WEDDING BELLS.  Penticton Branch  J. M. Christie, Manager.  WILLIAM E. BUKRITT  HAKTUSTEH,   SOL,ICLTOK,  NOTARY PUUMC,  cojrstissioxjsn, etc.  HEDLEY  B. C.  SCHOOL, CLOSING.  Closing Exercises   Mark   end   of  Most  Successful Term���������Excellent  Programme Presented  CHARLES M SHAW  ClVll, FXG-INEER,  DOMINION'   ANJ")    Provixciai.  ��������� Land Surveyor.  rders maij be left at Gazette office.  1EDLEY,  B. G.  ft.  H.  llOGERS,  M.A., B.C.L.  SOLICITOR CONVEYANCER  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  Vernon, B. C.  ������dw. G. Warren  Eledrical Engineer and  , Contractor  GREENWOOD,        -        B.C.  Estimates Fuhnlshed ox anyEi.ec-  TBIC'AX, PKOJECT KOll POWER Oil LlGHT  Grand Union  [Hotel ___  HEDLEY, B. C.  6HERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  OLIVER & GLADDEN  -:0:-  Civil & Mining Engineers  -:(>:���������  MINESand  REAL   ESTATE  HEDLEY, B. C.  JftS. GLflKK  Watchmaker  HED������~E"V, B.C.  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  CLAUDET & WYNNE j  ASSAYKIIS, MKTAI.l.UIMUSTS, AND  Jl INIXt'S KNOIXKICIIS.  MINUS    AND    MIU.S     EXAMINED,  SAM1T.E1)    AND    KHrOltTKD    ON.  Sample*   by wail receive  prompt  attention. CoiTCsiiatulouce soliuitcd.  H.H. OI..U7DKT,  JlOSSI.AND.  C. W'VNNB,  PRINCETON.  Closing exercises of the Hedley  school were held in the school house  on Friday, June 29th, when in addition to jl full attendance oi' pupils a  number of parents and other adults  were- present. The school was conducted during: the term by Miss Lahiont  to the entire satisfaction of those who  had children attending, and had ������������������thus  an opportunity to judge of the excellent progress ma.de.  The closing exercises consisted of  presentation of honor rolls, and a  lengthy piogramme by the |pupils,  nearly all of whom took part.  The creditable manner in which  these were given showed careful, intelligent training on the part of the  teacher, as well .as aptitude on the  part of the pupils to  benefit thereby.  The honor rolls were for proficiency,  regular attendance and deportment,  and were awarded respectively to  Sibyl Hardwick, John Woodward  and Gertrude Smith.  The programme presented   was as  follows;���������  1. Song,     Before ail Lands,       School  2. Recitation, A Boy's Dilemma, Harold Bowernian.  3. Reading, Mark Twain,   Sibyl Hardwick.  4. Recitation,     Awful   Slaughter   in  Noah's Ark,       Jasper Woodward  5. Recitation,      Uncle Walter told me  so, Florence Messenger.   '  0, Recitation,     Too   Full   to    eat  at  Meals,  Leo Brown  7. Recitation, Will and Won't,   Willie  Nelson.  8. Recitation, Housecleaning,     Edna  Nelson.  9. Reading,  Napoleon and the English  Sailor Boy. Edgar Woodward  10. Recitation,    The New Toy, Jasper  Woodward.  11. Recitation,    Tlie Misses at School,  Ruth Boweruian.  12. Recitation, Mis Bee and Mrs AVasp  Gertrude .Smith.  13. Recitation,      Flo's Letter     Sarah  Cootes.  1-1. Recitation, The Fate of the Grumbler, Gladys Brown.  15. Recitation, Miss Jones and the  Burglar, Austin   Henderson.  10. Recitation, The Boy that Laughs,  Jack Bromley  17, Song, isle of Beauty,   Sibyl   Hard  wick, Gertrude Smith, and Gladys  Brown.  18. Recitation,  Both   Web   and Dry,  Farrar Hardwick.  10. Recitation,' Sally .Salter and the  Preacher. Sibyl Hardwick.  21). Recitation, When I am Big, Jasper Woodward.  21. Recitation, A Downhearted Buttercup. Gertrude Smith  22. Recitation,   A very Funny World,  Leo Brown  23. Reading, The Dog and the Cat,  John Woodward.  21. Recitation,    Thunder   Scared   the  Cloud,  Gladys Brown.  25. Recitation,     Grandpa   is    About  Right, Farrar Hardwick  INNIS-CLARKE.  One of the prettiest weddings of the  season was solemnized at,the home of  Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Clarke, Green  Mountain, on June 27th, when their  daughter Winnifred was married to  Mr. D. J. Innis of Keremeos.  The ceremony was performed by  ���������Rev. .Mr.. Cameron and was witnessed  by only the nearest relatives and  friends of bhercontracting parties.  Mrs. F. H. Latimer played Mendelssohn's wedding march as the bridal  party, entered the parlor, where the  ceremony was solemnized.-. Miss Mc-  CleUand was bridesmaid and wore a  pale blue silk voile brimmed--. Avith  liberty silk niching, and carried a  cluster of roses.  The bride wore a beautiful gown of  ivory silk crepe, de chene with real lace  bridal veil and orange blossoms, and  carried a-shower of roses.  James Innis was best man.   ���������'.'.  After the ceremony a splendid dinner was served,' when twenty persons  sat down to the table, , which was  decorated, with ferns and roses. The  rooms were trimmed in green and  white. ���������'.'.-...,.','���������  The presents Avere numerous and  costly, and included a solid silver engraved tea set, a gift of the groom to  bhe.bride.  The relatives and friends present  were: Mrs. Innis of Keremeos, Mr.  and Mrs. McClelland of Okanagan  Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Latimer of Penticton, Miss Francis Latimer, Mr.- and  Mrs. F<n-besot" Hedley, Mr. aiid Mrs.  Farley of Sunny-side, Miss Gladys  McMuilen of Vernon, Mr. Leslie W.  Fmlay of Penticton.  IN CiMPJEDLEY  Some of the Conditions Prevailing In This Camp.  MISCONCEPTIONS CORRECTED  Some of the Results to Flow from Rail-  way Connection ��������� Enumeration of  Only a Few of Outside Properties. ;"���������  SHE BEAR VS. BULL DOGS.  H. B. Brown's Ranch the Scene of Desperate Encounter���������Bear Kills Two  Bull Dogs.  Last week H. B. Brown's ranch, two  miles above Hedlejr on the Similkameen river, was the scene of a desperate encounter, which was witnessed  by Mrs. Brown from the house, hut  being without a rifle she was unable  to interfere.  A she-bear with two cubs came into  their strawberry patch, and the three  bull dogs belonging to,Mr. Brown at  once attacked them.' The cubs scampered off, and the she-bear in covering  their retreat had to close with the bull  dogs, one of which was muzzled. The  two ii'nmfizzled dogs took hold of the  bear and in doing so sealed their own  fate, for the murderous claws of the  bear soon did their deadly work. The  muzzled dog ran back. to the house  after the other two had been killed  and the bear, having beaten off its  assailants, turned and followed the  cubs. The surviving dog received several nasty wounds.  Bazaar and  Dance.  The Ladies of St. Mary's Guild held  a bazaar in Fraternity Hall on Monday,  July 2nd.   Refreshments consisting of  ice    cream,     strawberries,     cherries,  lemonade,   etc.,   were   served,  and a  number of fancy articles were offered  for sale, while a fish pond was in evidence for tlie greater part of the afternoon.    In the evening the refreshment  tables were cleared away and the floor  made ready for a dance.    In spite of  the heat there was a good attendance,  the ladies if anything outnumbering  the men.    It was the holiday, and all  seemed  to  feel   that an  evening  out  was due them.    The  music  was supplied by Miss Machin, piano, and John  K. Gibbon, violin, and was pronounced  particular! v good   by all the dancers.  Dancing   was   kept  up  until  a little  after midnight.    The  proceeds of the  bazaar have not yet been given   out  but it  is understood that besides the  evening's enjoyment there was a good  balance for profit.  215. Song,  Spriiif  School  r A������/>/W<'W''WA������r'W'/W/W������  Presentation of Honor Rolls  God Save the King.  The river gang bringing down the  drive for the Hedley Lumber Co. are  making very good progress. So far  the condition of the river has been  favorable for driving, and the crew of  river men who are handling the drive  know how to take every advantage  of it. In any case they expect to have  the drive down here in about two  weeks' time and if the hot weather has  the effect of causing any considerable  rise in the stream, they will likely get  hero sooner.  Believing that the. public cannot hear  a good thing too often, and that they  will relish it better in having it served  up by another writer, the Gazette, reproduces .herewith a little story on  Camp Hedley appearing in the Victoria Times. 'The same victuals dished  up by another cook often seem to have  a better flavor, and the story told by  the Times reporter is the result of a  conversation which,he had with the  editor of this paper, arid? is for the  most part commendably accurate and  concisely stated, showing that only in  a few noh-essentials was there,any  misconception of-the matter given in  answer to his questions. At the risk  of being considered in anv way egotistical, the Gazette reproduces the interview .:'.-..  "In the. opinion of Major Megraw^  Hedley is destined to become a most  important mining centre. By a peculiar situation of affairs the camp  has been kept back for years, and the  development "on the various promising  ���������properties ���������has nob beeii what was  warranted.'  "Major Megraw, who is.editor of the  Hedley Gazette, has been -spending a  few days in Victoria as a representative at the Masonic grand lodge.  He says that he finds that outside of  the. town there is a decided misconception of the conditions in the camp.  There is a prevailing impression that  the only mine in the vicinity is the  Nickel Plate, belonging to the great  Daly corporation. This group of mines  has been persistently developed, and  the results have proved that the values  in the camp's mines are ssuch as to  Ayarrant the prediction that- once railway communication is afforded Hedley, it will become one of the greatest  mining centres in the province.  While the A\rork on the Nickel Plate  overshadows that done on any other  property in the camp, Major MegraAV  says it is a mistake to think that the  ore of the district is all centved'in that  put of the camp. Sufficient, he says,  has been done on other properties to  prove the fallacy of this.  For a long time it has been realized  that the railway would come through  the camp. From year to year the Avoi-k  has been delayed from various reasons.  The impression that the raihvav Avas  coming shortly has, however-, had the  effect of deterring owners of promising prospects from carrying out their  full development until the transportation facilities were provided, and the  work could be done more cheaply and  satisfactorily.  In spite of all the drawbacks caused  by lack of raihvav connection, there  has been considerable activity evidenced, Avarranted only by the exceedingly rich showings of the properties.  As a business proposition, the Daly  syndicate has continued Avith a large  force of men to extract the gold even  in tlie absence of railway communication. Avhich resulted in heavy charges  for freight.  Major   Megraw   says   that   Hedley  camp, from a geological'and mineral-  ogical standpoint, is peculiar. For that  reason its deposits have to be studied  by themselves.  The ore body is a huge  mineralized   zone    of     sedimentaries  crushed   between   bodies of  a.ndesite  and   cut   by   porphyry   dykes.     The  gaugue of the ore is sedimentaries, and  tlie ore is a mispickel, carrying gold  and a little copper, although in outlying claims  of the Nickel Plate group  greater quantities of copper are found  than in the Nickel Plate or Sunnyside.  The company own  a,  group  of 20  claims,  but of these only three have  been   opened,   namely,   Nickel   Plate,  Sunnyside and Bulldog. Extensive development Avork has been done on the  Nickel Plate, Avhich has been worked  throughout as a tunnel  proposition ;  all expense for hoisting or pumping  being obviated.   On the Sunnyside the  dcA'elopment has been solely that of  open quarrying. The ore body on tlie  Sunnyside was discovered only when  the tramline to the Nickel Plate Avas  being built. Making a grade cutting  rich ore was discovered, and hero a  large glory hole has been qun.ried out,  the entire contents of which have gone  through the company's mills at Hedley.  This fact in itself should be sufficient  to disabuse, in the minds of the public  the idea that large expenditures of  money are necessary before. large returns are obtained, for here is a mine  which is only a glory hole arid has had  paying ore froin the grass roots.  The company has done the Avork at  the mine purely as a business-proposi-  tion. The development''has been carried out in a systematic way.and. on. a  grand scale. But"a-Avaiting. the advent  of the railway, which it was realized  must come, and which had been expected from time to time, the fullest  operations Ave re not pretended to be  under way.  But while-the wealthy corporation  has been busy, it has not been the only  active agent in the camp. Among the  properties Avhich have been developed,  Major Megraw mentioned a number  Avhich in any camp would be regarded  as most promising properties.  The Kingston group first belonged to  Peter Scott, Avho still retains considerable stock. A company Iims been duly  incorporated and promoted, the principal OAvncrs being Quebec'men, among  them Mr. BosavoII. Considerable development work has been undertaken.  Several hundred feet of tunnelling has  been done, but the company awaits  railway connection before carrying  out the full scheme planned. The ore  body is large.- In .general it is not high  grade, but yet portions run up to  values of $-1.0 a ton.  As an indication of the faith which  mining experts of high reputation  have in the camp, Major Morrow  points out that Paul Johnson, who has  Concluded on Page l<"our.  PENTICTON SPORTS  A Gala Day At  the Lake Town���������Good  Programme Of Sports.  A very successful day's sport marked the celebration of Dominion Day at  Penticton on Monday last.  The weather Avas superb and visitor's  from various points on Okanagan. lake  as AVell as from the Ioavit Okanagan  valley gave tlie town a genuine holiday appearance.  While the programme of sports held  the interest of the croAvcl, Penticton  itself Avas the main attraction for visitors and the rapid and substantial  progress made during the past year  was entertainment enough for them.  In the programme of sports most of  the eArents filled and contest was keen.  The list of prize- winners however Avas  obtained by telephone and as the line  seemed to be particularly on the bum,,  many of the names and events had almost to be guessed at so no pretence  of accuracy is made.  HOUSE  HACKS  Half mile open dash,  1st. .1. Pierce,  2nd,   Hans   Richter.       Quarter  mile  dash, 1st H  Richter,  3,  2nd  .1.  llines.  Pony race, 1st D. Renwiek, 2nd W.  Munro. CoAvboy race, A. Kruger and  T. Shuttleworth. Tandem race, 1st  D. Renwick 2nd .). LaAvson. Gymka-  na race, 1st W. Richter 2nd H.' Richter. Pony race, 1st A Sebastian 2nd  Brent.  FOOT   HACKS.   JUMPING, ETC.  Klootchmau's race, Matilda  Hop step and jump, 1st Manuel 2nd  Kruger.  Broad jump, 1st Manuel 2nd Kruger  High jump, 1st Manuel, 2nd Kruger  Pole jump,   1st.  H.  Kent 2nd L. A.  Rathbone.  100 yd. race, 1st Manuel 2nd Kruger.  Boys' race, 1st T. Hardy 2nd Nelson,  Gisls' race,   1st Lou  Dalryniple 2nd  A.. Lynn.  Relay race, Revely arid V Haynes.  Half mile boat race, Twist.  Swimming, Twist.  Long dive,   W. Cody.  FOOTBAT.T. MATCH  The football match Avhich took place-  on the meadow was a  spirited  game  between Penticton and Sunnuinerland  and ivas   Avon   by   Penticton  with a  score of 2 goals to 1, THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE.   JULY   5,    1900.  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  .;.���������.; on Thursdays, by the Hi-aii.iiv Ga/.kttk  J'tUN'l-INO ANIl l'Ulll.ISIIINO C"().M 1'A.VV.  IjI.mitki).   at Hedley.  H. C.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Year. ; ���������  Six Months  .���������  Advertising Rates  Measurement. 12 lines to trie inch.  .sa.oo  .  1.00  Land Notices���������Certilicntes of miprovcinentetc.,  $7.00 for, (50-day notices, anil ������5.00 for 30-day  ������������������'���������    notice.".   , n      '     .  Transient Advertisements���������not ���������exceeding one'  incli. '������1.00 for one insertion. 2f> cents ior  each subsequent insertion. Over one incli,  10 cents-per lino for iirst insertion anil ft  c juts per lino'-l'or each subsequent insertion.  Trivivs.cutis payable in advance.  Com rant Advertisements���������One inch per month.  ������1.:..V. over I inch and up to I incites, 81.00  pur inch porinonth. To constant ad voi-fci.sci-.s  taking larger space than four inches, on  j th<'in they were then although  I administration-' <ifter   adminis-  I tration  made   shipwreck  upon  I them; but in  Canada we  have  | been saved from both.  I     Perhaps the greatest act of  I statesmanship which has niark-  i ed the  period  since coufedera-  Itioii and from "which we are today beginning' to reap  the  liar-  vest was the acquisition  of  the  west in the transfer to  the Dominion of nineteen  twentieths  of the lands of the Hudson Bay  Co. Closely associated with this  too'was tlie admisssion of British Columbia into the confederation and the completion  of a  transcontinental railway the C.  P. R. which did more than anything else to g i ve  Canada a national status.     But the industrial expansion-of. the Dominion  pr-actica-lly dates its origin from  the adoption  of   the  National  Policy in 187S.    Those were tlie  DOG WANTED.  WANTED���������A good  intelligent  collie  dog,  about a year old.      Coin'inunicnte with  23-25  A. A. Watson. Olalla, Jl. C.  WATCH FOUND.  BANK OF  | BRITISH NORTH AMERICA  Pound, on tlie road between Hedley and :  Sixteen Mile, mi open facet' watch, lilled gold I  case. Tlie owner way have same by calling at,  thisollice. proving property and paying charges. \  Capital���������$4,866,666.  HEAD OI>FICE TN CANADA.  II. STIIvEMAX. General Manager  Reserve- $2,141,333.  MONTREAL  ,J. KLMSLY, Supt. of Branches  NOTICE  There ciuno to my place about April 1st one  bay mare, weight about !J00 lbs., branded ( F*)  on right stifel, H white feet, small star in forehead.  Owner may havcsaine by yayingcharges and  BANKING BY MAIL���������Accounts of parties  living at a, distance  receive our  special attention. Deposits can bo made through the mail, and sums added  thereto and withdrawn at any dine.    A. General thinking Business Trans-  Drafts issued, payable at all points in Canada and abroad.  L. G. riacHAFFlE, Acting Manager  taking larger space than rour incites, on ���������*- "-"-.;   ��������� ���������*���������"���������. *v"'     .. i_  application", rates will bo given of reduced seeds SOAV11 :   to-day We are    eilt-  charges, based on sizeof space and length . , 4-:i:���������l   K.,,���������.,^.i-  0f time. ermg upon a bountiful, harvest,  Advertisements will bo changed once every  .mouth if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. For changes oftcner than oiicon. month  the price of composition will bo charged at  regular rates.  Changes for contract advertisements should  be in the otHcc by noon oik Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue.  - A   MEGRAW,  Managins Editor.  pon  in tlie freest and most fertile  country in the world, and at  each recurring Dominion Day  it is well that in rejoicing over  our prosperity we should examine the causes that have made  ! us prosperous.  proving property.  2o-l  F. Jl. BOONE,  ��������� Paii-view, B. C.  NOTICE.  THK PONTIA.C C0I>IJKRMINES,LIM1TED !  ���������*��������� (Non-personal liability) hereby gives notice that it intends after three months from  the date hereof to apply to the Lieutenant-Governor for an Ordor-in-Coimcil changing the  name of the said Company to the ���������" Kcremeos-  Ponfcinc Mines, Limited, '���������' (Nbn - personal  liability).  Dated at Rossland, B. C, 2:ird'May 1000.  l0-3iu WJ1, H. DANDY  Skcutakv,  NOTICE.  1*1  len's   Furnishings   Store  OUTING SHIRTS  Full Moon  nth.  Lasfcqnar.  13th  00^% -  \'cw Moon  21st.  First, quar.  1900  100(5  JULY  Sun.  iVlon.  Tiies. Wed. Tlui  . Fri. Sat.  r.  2  -..������  4       ������  6    .7  s  0  10  .11     12  1H     14  15  10  17  IS     19  20     21  22  -'>  24  25     26  27     2S  - 2U  80  31.  NOTICE is hereby given that (SO days after  date I intend to apply to the Honorable,  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works,  for permission to purchase 120 acres, more or  T'li������ locf Ju'cno   n#  flic  Vrtvnon   less, situated in the Similkameen Division of  1 he last IShlie   Ot  tile   VeillOn ; Yal0 District.   Commencing at a point at the  NeWS had four additional pages ; North west corner of L. X. Uitehic's land, ap-  . .        .-       ., -. ���������,*���������".     i plied to purchase, thence cast 20 chains to Dog  making ,lt a- 1Z page number   Ul   Lake, thence north along Dog Lake 00 chains,  honor'Of   Dominion    Day,   anA'������,0IMJO -^t to  Indian  Reserve line, theaec  the supplement contains a heap  of interesting statistical matter  about this Canada of ours which  was conducive to a legitimate  amount of chest swelling. Tin's,  by the way, is an exei'cise that  south along Indian  Reserve line to  point of  coinmeneenieiit.  W.m. Ditchik, .In.  Per .las. Ritchie, Agent.  Dated at Suinmorland. May 12. 1000.  extra large  With fancy silk stripe,  double collar,  size,   English make.  NEGLIGEE SHIRTS  In very neat-patterns, pleated fronts, the W.Cr.R.  make., some of these are made in the coat style.  and' light colors.  NOTICE  HONOR  DOMINION   DAY.  On July 1st. tlie Dominion of  of Canada was thirty-nine years  old. During that thirty-nine  years most substantial progress  has been made, and that the  future hay better days in store,  no staunch Canadian should  have any cause to doubt, for  those who will examine carefully the history of the past-  forty or fifty years and note the  varion.- things that luwe transpired, each contributing to the  general weal will not be disposed  to deny that the' harvest has  just begun. What is a year to  the individual is an hour or less  to the nation and it was to the  wise industrious seed time of  the first two decades following  the passing of the British Ivorth  America Act of 1867 that we  owe all the progress of the past  dect-ide.  The early .years of the period  that has elapsed since 1807  Ave re indeed the seed-time, and  it was Avell for Canada that .she  had statesmen of that wider  vision who in spite of carping-  pessimistic opposition, saw with  something of the prophet's, ken  the bright future that awaited  and never foi a moment swerved., from the ciear path of duty  to till tlie ground and sow the  seed.  When the provinces of Ont-  ntio, Quebec. A'ow Jh'iinswick  and Xovii Scotia were brought  together at coid'edcitation the  centre of population was then a  considerable distance east of  the confluence of the Ottawa  and the St. Lawrence. Since  then it has gradually been shifting westward until now it is  west of the Ottawa.  Ijven    before     con federation  was an  accomplished fact   rare  statesmanship was displayed in  Canada by hei- prince of statesmen,   Sir    John  A.   Macdonald  who in the   Seigniorial   Tenure  Act  and  tlie  secularization   of  the clergy  reserves settled  for  all time to come in  this young-  country,    vexed   issues   almost  wholly  analogous to those   of  the Irish land question and that  of the part played by a state  church in the scheme of national education.     These are  questions in  imperial   politics  that  have   vexed  successive   parliaments in Britain for over fifty  years and they are apparently  no nearer  settlement to-day  we Canadians do not indulge  in to the extent that, they  should, for it is healthful both  physically and nationally; and  when facts are set forth that  will help Canadians to realize  more fully the exceeding greatness of their heritage, a meri- j  torious national service1 has,  been performed. j  C.IXTV DAYS APTEU DATE 1 intend to  *-* apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to purchase Kit) acres  of land described as, follows: Beginning at a  postmarked M. Daly's northwest corner, thence  rulining 10 chains south, -10 chains cast, 10  chains north, 40 chains west to point of com-'  menccmciit and being southwest :| of section 2!)  township Si.  .Keremeos, B. C. .April 21st. l!!0(S.  KM! M. DALY  NOTICE.  Brimstone's Last Stand.  Greenwood Ledge.  All alarm, of fire was turned in last  Thursday afternoon, from the P. W.  George building, and on investigation  it was found to have come from the  Presbyterians, avIio were giving a  social of some kind in the building.  It is probable that the old brimstone  was making a last stand for recognition in the affairs of the church.  REGATTA SHIRTS  Stiff bosom, in dark,  medium.  These are very fine quality.  WORKING MEN'S SHIRTS ;  In 'ginghams,   moleskin,   flannelette  and   black  sateen        -       -       -       -       Price 75c to $1.50.  BOYS' PANTS *  Infancy tweeds, Avorth S5c and $1.00,  "Clearing  thein  out '"'at   -   -   -    -   -  65 cts.  ���������  Campbell & Shier, Hedley, B.C.  ���������'    ��������� ��������� ���������  TaOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that sixty  *���������* days after date I. intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for  .permission to purehnso eighty acres of land for  range purposes as follows": Commencing at the  northwest corner of section thirty, township  oO in the Osoyoos Division of Vale District.  (Siniilkameen Land KecordiiigDistrict!: tlience  east HI chains; thence south -0 chains: tlience  west 10 chains ; thence north 20 chains.  Dated at Kairview this Sth of .lune A. D. I'.IOIi. !  ���������������-������ KICIIAKDKUSSELL  NOTICE  BEAVERDELL DOINGS  ( From Our Special Correspondent)  Work has been resinned on the Car-  mi. The water has been taken out of  tlie mine and work is now in progress  both underground and in setting up  the 5 additional stamps.  Properties on Wallace mountain  continue to maintain their record of  turning out abundance of high grade  ore. To the former list of shippers the  Duncan is soon to be added. This  is turning  out   fine ore and they are  Avorking on 2 feet of high grade stuff.  Development Avork on the Sally  A\Thieh has been the principal shipper  up to date is to be prosecuted more  A'igorously.  News reached us this week that the  building of the railroad this year is a  certainty and the glad tidings made  the inhabitants jubilant for a time.  Mrs Smith has gone to  Spokane  to  brio  summer holidays.  HOTEL  FIRST-CLASS  IN  EVERY   RESPECT  CIXTVDAYS A FT Ell DATE. I intend to np-  *-* ply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands &  Works for permission to purchase the following described land: Commencing at a post  marked F. Daly's northeast corner, thence running -JO chains south 10 chains west. '20 chains  north. 4o chains east to point of commencement and covering the X. W. A of the S. W. \ of  Sec. l.'i Tp. iyi and "containing tli) acres more 01  less.  Keremeos 14. C, .June 0th 1!!0(!  2-2-'.) F. DALY  ILKAMEEN  NOTICE.  We have  received t������he largest, and best, assorted stock  of  Liquors  that*  has  ever   come  into   the  Similkameen  TSJOTICE is hereby given that sixty days after  ���������L' date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission  to purchase one hundred and sixty acres in the  north oast corner of Section 35, Township 55,  Similkameen District.   Heo.iiired for range.  ���������JH-!) SAM V KL D. "H.1X E.  Fairview, B. C. .June II, VMi.  NOTICE.  home her little daughter for the  OIXTY DAYS AI'TER DATK. I intend to ap  v-> ply to tlie Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to purchase 100 acres  of land described as follows: Commencing nt a  post marked E. Oorrigan's northwest corner,  thence running cast 40 chains, south 40 chains, j  west 40 chains," north 40 cha ins to point of commencement and being the -V. W. 1 of Section 17 I  Tp. SI. !  Dated at Keremeos .J line !)th  lWili I  Scotch  Usher's Black Label  House of Lords  House of Commons  Black and White  Caledonia Liqueur  John Dewar & Sons  Canadian Ryes  Seagram's 83  Canadian Club  Gooderham & Worts  American  Hunter's Baltimore Rye  Old Hermitage Burbon  Lemp's   St.   Louis   Beer.  ���������2-U  E. CORRICAX  METEOROLOGICAL.  NOTICE.  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending June I'Otli   :  .  urn  s  2!  2:,  2V>  27  2S  2!)  mo  AT  THE   J1IX1S.  , Maximum  To  ns  i")7  -12  .";()  r>]  78  Rainfall for Aveek .1.20 inches  Snowfall .25.  at the jrir.L.  Maximum  S5  87  (57  57  00  (51  74  24  or-,  Minimum  ���������IS  l-l  d-1  :}<���������>  82  Minimum  50  Zo  2(5  '27  28  29  30  Rainfall 1.02  50  ���������17  45  44  45  74  J. D. Springer, of Spokane, a mining expert Avas in town last Aveek on  his AAray to Aspen Grove Camp to  make examination of properties there.  IX THE MATTER oV Ihc Laud Kr-gislry Act  mill in the matt01- of 1 ho title to  Lot   f>  I Block ISaiiil   I .ol   1.".,   Dlock :>.'.,  Map  l.'������>.  j Townsilc of Ashnolii. in  Hie  1'rovincc of  lirilish ('oluinbia.  I WHEREAS llieCi'i-lillcite of Title of .John  j O. Vansii'klo. being Ccrl ilic.-ile of Title Num-  . bored (il'.uia. to the nbovo licrcditaiiicnts. has  been lostordcslroyi'd a'ml application has been  j made to me for a duplical.'j thereof;  XOTK'K is JIEREHVdlVEX that  a  duplicate Certilicate of Title  will   be issued  at  the j  expiration of one month IVoni  1 lie date  hereof!  unless in the meantime valid  objection  to the |  contrary is.made to 111c in writing.  c.  ermott (8h Mc  Propria ft or s  BsmsazuBamaani  .eremeos  STOP AT  Jiund Registry (i.'liec.  .Kamloops li. ('..  .lune -'.tli. .loot!  W. ir.'ED.AIOXDS  flisli-ict llcgistrar  Of Titles  L'^-l  TWEDDLE ������> REITH, Proprietors.  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  SPOKANE Mineral Claim, situate in the  Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.   AVhcre   located:-   Camp Hedley.  X^ICE NOTICE that I, Charles de Blois  *��������� Green, J<'rce Miner's Certificate No.  D,r)(i23, for myself and as agent for .J. Cory, J'-ree  Minor's Certificate No. iiod'M, intend sixty days  from date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of. Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must he commenced before flic issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this 21st day of Juno, A.D. 190(1.  Ode B.GREEN  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.  NOTICE  SIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE I intend to  applv to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works to purchase the following described  lands situate in the Siniilkameen Division of  Yale district and described as follows : Starting at a post marked .1. J'. G's N. K. corner sot  afc the N. W. corner of Lot 21(57. thence south 20  chains, tlience west 20 chains, thence north 20  chains, thence cast 20 chains to point of commencement and containing .10 acres more or  less.  Keremeos, April 10th, 190(i.  10-9 J. P. GOTIDON  NOTICE  CTX'J'Y DAYS AFTER DATE, I intend tJ  v-' apply to the Chief Commissioner of Landj  and Works for permission to purchase 100 acre  of land described as follows: Beginning afc 1  post marked T. Daly's southeast corner, fchcncl  north 10 chains, west 10 chains, south '10 chain!  cast 10 chains to point of commencement amf  being southwest J of southeast V of section  and southeast A of southwest :V of section  township 52.  Keremeos, B. C,. April 21st 'OG.  10-9 T. DALY,  Per E. M. DALY, Agcntl THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   .JULY 5,    1900.  Town and Distritf.  J.'K. Campbell and J.  Gillandrove,  down to Keremeos on  Thiu-sday last.  Eddie. Mott started on Tuesday for  Loomis where he, is going to play with"  the Night Hawk baseball teani in the  -.tournament there -on .the   fourth  of  July.  Sid Fleniniing, foreman of the Daly  Reduction Go's stamp   mill  has' been  under the Avca titer for a few days and  unable to  take his place in the mill.  ������������������* ,   David .fames of the  Hedley restaii-  * rant has taken the dining room of the.  Commercial hotel, and will run a bakery as Avell.     -  , W. C. Bate, road supervisor is in  town this week and remained for a  time with foreman 1. L. Deardorf, who  is making good progress on the new  road up Twenty Mile canyon.  The hotel staff at, the  (xt.  Northern  av.-is re-inforeed last Aveek by  the  arrival  of a  bouncing  baby boy���������a  12  'pounder which .arrived at the home of  Mr and Mlj Lind.VMr. Lind was set-  .,. ting 'em tip next day.".'.'.  The portion of the railway from  Spence's Bridge to Cbutlee which "is  still in the hands of the contractors,  Avill shortly be taken" over' by the  0. P. R. and a regular train service  put in operation.  L. W. Siiiitfowl, M. P. P. intended  last Aveek taking a, trip to Princeton  and other points in the Avestern portion of the riding, as it has been his  rule to do this annually. His illness  however, prevented him from doing so,  and he is yet tooAveak to venture out.  Mr. Marpole, superintendent of the  Avestern division of the.  C.  P. R.,  has  .given, out that the Spence's Bridge  branch Avill boextended on from Cout-  ' lee to Nicola and be in operation'* before the end of October, but he"..would-  make no statement regarding exteu-  ,sion of the road past Nicola.  , -Word has been recerved by friends  in tOAvn from A. P. McDonald, formerly of "Hedley who is now ! in Edinoii-  toh. He has bought out the biggest  barber shop there, AvithfiVe chairs and  three baths, and has all. he can do.  Edmonton] he says is booming and  everything sky-high.  Mr. L. Duffy has been engaged,  . Avith the assistance of two miners in  doing development avoi-Ic on several  promising holdings in Camp Hedley  and is meeting Avith success. Next  Aveek they' will be atAvork on the Reno  and other claims of the group in Twenty mile canyon just alxn-e the watchman's cabin.  The last heard from the V. V. & E.  track-layers Avas that the rails Avere at  the long trestle crossing Myers Creek  valley near Chesa-AV. As this was several days tigo and the trestle Avas only  expected to hold them for three days,  they are in all probability by this time  Avell along the south bank of Rock  Creek.  Government agent Hugh Hunter, of  Princeton was in town this Aveek. Our  readers may not believe it but the  tightness of money in the Similkameen so moA^etl him to compassion  that he forbore tapping the. people, for  taxes on this visit. At all events Mr.  Hunter savs he didn't, although he  may have been joking.  Mr. Kenneth Harper of the Vancouver branch of the B. N. A, is expected m Hedley this evening to relieve Mr. 'MacHafrie who is going off  on his holidays for three Aveeks. Mr.  Irwin will be acting manager. On Mr.  Maellaf/iie's return Mr. Harper will in  all probability remain I'or three Aveeks  longer while Mr. Irwin is off on his  holidays.  Hoad men are repairing both roads  between Penticton and Kereincos,  that by way of Green Mountain and  also ('hat by wav of Wliite Lake. At  present the stage goes bv wav of  While Lake, which is about four miles |  longer, but which is for the most pari; I  smoother, and the drivers claim thai j  belter lime ran be made over it. The;  (Jreen .Mountain road, however, will ]  lie the favorite with freighters, owing !  to its shortness and the more gradual !  climb to the summit.  Mrs. H. S. .loyner returned on Thursday last from Seattle where she had  been on a three weeks1 visit. When  she left Seattle Mrs.'' M. K. Rodgers  and Edwin had gone North to join Mr,  -Rodgers avIio is up the Coast.  , Fred Baker, and John Diginan left  on Saturday last for Ashcroft with'  their freight outfits, to do freighting  on the. Cariboo road. They have been  assured six months' work with their  outfits,,and there is little doubt that  when they get a few trips OA'er the  route they will have made for themselves (as they did here) a reputation  for careful, efficient. Avork Avhich Avill  stand them in good service, to obtain  all the freighting that they can handle.  This trekking of the freighters to fresh  fields and pastures new is an evidence  that the new order of things that will  ������������������be ushered in with' the advent of the.  railway is already at hand. Their  friends in the Siniilkameen '-will be  pleased to learn of, their success in the  new field.    ��������� '  '."BORN. '   '  la ITcdloy, on .June 2Sth, to Mr. and Mrs.  Lind, a son. . / -  HOTEL PENTICTON     /p  Headquarters .for Tourist Travel.  Rates Moderate.  A. Baunks, Prop.  J'extictox, B.C.  I ' *'  I  t  at  K  I  *  at  at  ���������at  K  at  K  at  K  at  at  K  at  k  at  ������  at  K  at  K  a?  K  at  K-  at  *  K  at  *i  v  H OT E L  HEDLEY  Under   New   Management  THE BEST PHOVJD15D  "IN KITCHEN AND BAB  AND KVERY CARE  TAKEN VOR THE COMFORT OF  P A T K O .\ S.  QOOOQOQOQCOSOOOOOQQCeO(^60SiQG090COOOSOSCOCOOSi9i800������  GIBBON   and  Mcdonald  P r oprietor s  Fresh 6ool Meats  tor Hot WeatDer  AT THE  tt&DbEy MEAT  MARKET  Kvcry provision lias been'.made for  keeping Meat cool and fresh.  Send in your orders and get evory-  ....;   thing that you may require.     .:  Game in Season.  fi ft. MESSENGER  HOTEL.  METROPOLE  VANCOUVER, B. C.  REVELY'S  STABLE  Headquarters for all Stage Lines  Express Office in Connection  ABOUT GROCERIES  and   DRY GOODS  Your Avants for Livery or Team  Work will be attended to  by calling Phone 12.  W.   F.  REVELY,   Proprietor  at &  $ ���������...-���������$  J        When  Choosing a Hotel      -3������  $     "try  ^ r    ; :   .: " ������  at ^.    . &  i The Great 1  American  and European Plan.  Comniercial Headquarters, and convenient to Business Centre,  Theatres,  Wharves  and Depots.  Steam - Heated,   Eleetrle - Lighted,  Elevator and other modern  conveniences.  GEO.   L. HOWE, Proprietor  Abbot Street  J  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  ���������it ii ii- -tr X  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  A XEAV HOUSE CONTAINING MOKE UED  BOOM. ACCOJLALODA-  T I O N T H A. X A N Y  OTHER  IX  TOAVN.  T A11 L E  A X D  11* A R  V IBST-C L A S S.  RATES    MO DERATE.  J������ PETERSON BROS. &. LIND     fr  at                n -      ���������*  %;                     Proprietors X  $ S  Fact I���������Our Store is the most attractive  in town and our stock is the  most  complete.  Fact 2���������We are stocked with the very-  best goods obtainable.  Fact 3���������We are up-to-date in all pertaining to our  business.  Fact 4���������We have one price for everybody, courteous treatment and  good  service.  Fact 5���������We shall be pleased to have  you call and inspect our stock,  whether you buy or not.  Shatfords,  Limited  STORES  AT  FAIRVIEW and  HEDLEY  &osoQoooeosoeososo9oocxx&soosooscc^^  he  THE COMFORTABLE WAY.  S.     F."   &    N.     RY.  Keremeos New Townsite  Now On the Market. =====  Everuthinij New ami  First-Glass  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the    'fable.  Dnily  Luiive  MIDWAY  p. m.  Spnknne. Seattle,  Hverett,   Hclling-  i.'.IJ ii. in. I liiim. A'nncoiivcr.  ,   I Victoria and   nil   I Const, points.   S|iokuiie.  Fernic,  il.l'i n. m.  ' Winnipeg. SI. I'.-iulj li.lo p. m. jgi  .    ,        j  ;\liiini-:i|i(iliv j  _ tf,:  Daily  Arrive  The V. V. & E. Raihvay Station Avill be in the  centre of the town.  Now is the time to get your lots, before the first  train comes up the. 'valley.  Choice 1, 2 and 3 acre lots all around toAvn site.  The. 10 acre Fruit lots are going fast,   Just a 1'cav  left.    Noav is the time to double your money.  For Full Particulars Apply to  Keremeos Land Co., Keremeos, B.C.  .1. .1. Armstrong, llaiuiger  Town Lots  $100,   $200  and $250  1, 2 and 3 Acre  Lots $300 Acre  10 Acre Lots  $200 per Acre  Terms Easy  h.i.'i a. in.  (.'rand Forks, lit  public. Mnrt'us  (1.1(1 p. 111.  Nurthport.   Holland. Xclsnn  Paul lirodh.'igen was in on Saturday  and brought Avith him some of the  rock taken from the latest development work done on the Golden Zone  group, upon Avhich they ha\'e been  working for the. past month or so.  It is particularly line looking ore. being heavily mineralized Avitli finegrained arsenopyrite and galena-, a.  class of ore that has invaria.bly yielded  high A'alues in the Golden Zone. The  ore body is all the while shoAving up  stronger and the prospects of the  Golden Zone.are decidedly bright.  Mr. F. P. Howard begs to  announce  to the people of Hedley and vicinity that  he will make regular weekly trips to town  with a supply of fresh fruit and vegetables  Reserve your orders for him.  BOOT &   SHOE  MAKER  MEDL-EY, B.C.  a. in.  1  ImisIo.  niliui  (i.ld p. 111  ll.lu p. 111.  Connecting at Spokane with the famous  9  "ORIENTAL LIMITED  Daily   Overland   Trains  /* ft i  M|     bL   i&*d ������ou4 sLor      ^Q&_������r      \^f a^sA KU^ li-ri    *\*#y  Fairview and Penticton  -ALSO-  l^roiii Spokane for AVinnipeg,  'aul  TRAVELLERS' DIRECTORY  J  "ALui.s a  n Stacks i>: the .Simh.icamkkx.  Hedley and Penticton Route.  AVelby's Stage, carryinff mail and passengers,  leaves Penticton for Hedley at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving' in  Hedley at G.I10 o'clock same days.  Returning, leaves Hedley for Penticton at  7, a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.  Connecting each way at Keremeos with  Roycr's line for Boundary points.  Hedley and Princeton Route.  Rcvely's Stage loaves Hedley for Princeton  at 7 a.m. on Wednesdays and Saturdays.  Returning on Thursdays and Sundays.  Only the Wcducscliw and Thursday stages  carry mail.  St,  Chicago  Minneapolis, St. Louis  and  all   points   east.  For complete information,  rates, berth reservations, etc.,  call  on   or address  C. E.  Proprietors���������FAIRVIEW    AND  STAGE   LINE.  PENTICTON  Yerkes,  A. P. A,. Seattle,  BANNEN & SMITH  General Blacksmiths and  Horseshoers  HEDLEY,       - -       - -       B. C.  Good Horses and Rigs and Careful Drivers.  Teams furnished to do freighting, transferring and  general teaming, and good saddle  horses always on hand.  WHEN    ANSWERING   ADVERTISERS,    MENTION   THE    GAZETTE THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, JULY   5,   1906.  IN GAMP HEDLEY  Continued from First Page.  a continental reputation and Avho has  recently been'.instrumental in the establishment of the Hadley smelter on  Princess Royal Island, has continued  to hold his interests iii Hedley for  seven years past.  Not only has Paul Johnson carefully  kept possession   of his  interests,  but  also  F.   R,   Hedley,  after whom   the  camp Avas named, has held on to his  possessions during the seven waiting  years.    About a month ago Mr. Hedley returned to the place after an absence of many, year's.   He Avas so satisfied with conditions, including those  ., at the liollo, the first claim located in  the camp by Peter Scott, that he took  bonds on two others���������the Toronto and  the Galena.  "'"""'"'The  Golden Zone group, known as  the quartz property, is owned by J. J.  Marks, PnulBrodhagcn and ,1. Murphy.  Considerable   development   has.   been  done and cold-blooded sampling been  made on behalf of investors, and invariably good pay values were obtained.  The ore taken from the dump extracted from the mine in development work  is of good shipping quality.    A wagon  road is being constructed from an appropriation obtained last session by L.  W. Shatford, M. P. P., and before; this  15 miles of road is completed the Great  Northern will lie in Hedley, and afford  the means for carrying'the'ore- out.  Close to the toAvn is Bradshaw's  Florence, group, Avhere considerable  has been done also. A good example  has - been set by the owner, who has  shoAvn absolute faith in the camp.  >��������� The Humming Bird group is now being tested by the diamond drill. Work  is being done by the Spokane Diamond  Drill .Company, which, showed its faith  in the property by agreeing with Mr.  Marks to do several thousand'feet of  work and obtain a small interest in  payment therefore. Up to date two.  bore holes ha\Te been put down, and in  each ore- bodies over TO feet in width  were encountered. :  Claims owned by S. M. Johnson, .las.  , Fiaser Campbell* and H. W. Yates  haA'C been bonded recently, through  Oliver and Gladden, to an English  company Avhich Avill do extensive de-  A-elopment Avork.  As shoAving that- there is continuity  in the deposits in the camp, it is mentioned that the Humming Bird group  lies north of the Nickel Plate property,  Avhilc this neAV ore to he developed is  south of the Nickel Plate.  Geo. Cahill owns a number of promising claims adjoining the holdings of  the Yale Mining Company, the name  under which the Nickel Plate group is  operated. Of the twenty claims oavh-  ed by the Yale Mining Company, scat-  eral were purchased from Mr. Cahill.  The Jumbo group on Ki-Mile creek,  about tAvo miles south of the Nickel  Plate group, is hoav being developed  1)A" Gilbert and Ewart, avIio are sinking  a .shaft to the depth of 'SOO feet.  The Oregon claim on 10-Mile creek  lies betAveen the Nickel Plate and the  Jumbo. It is owned by I. L. Deardorf,  L. W. Shatford and Frank H. French.  While all these mentioned are in  Hedley camp, there are other avcII  known properties Avithin a few miles  of the town, on Riordan mountain and  Independence mountain.  The leading one on the former location is the Billy Goat, oaviuhI by J.  Riordan. in the latter territory, the  Apex group, oAvned by W. D. McMillan and W. J. Forbes, has had a large  amount of development work done on  it, and particularly good values obtained.  In view of these facts it is evident  that the incoming of the railway Avill  mean very rapid development about  the town of Hedley. The Great Northern, in spite, of all obstacles placed  in the way, is steadily building to-  Avards the town, Railway connection  given, Major Megraw looks for an era  of important developments in the mining industry in the camp.  PROPE  IN  Is  A  Good,  Safe   In vestment  And  Will  Make  Money  Hedley  is the supply point for the Nickel Plate mountain, on which is situated the famous " Nickel  Plate"���������the richest gold mine in Canada���������and many other  promising mines and prospects.    It is the mining and business  centre of the  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  Similkameen  theneAv mining district which has already been proven, by a  small amount of development Avork, to be one of the richest  gold, copper and coal mining sections of  British Columbia.  HEDLEY is the chief town on the route of the proposed  Coast-Kootenay Railway; and with the advent: of this road,  Avhich is assured in the near future, it Avill unquestionably  become a large and important city, and toAvn lots Avill bring  big., returns on money invested at the present time.  Scott Ave. (main st.) ...  . .$400 to $600  Other Streets............  . $200 to $400.  ...TERMS...  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6 per cent.  For Those Who  Invest Now.  ���������purchase a few Lets before the Railway C������mess==E=  The  For F^ull F>a.rtiouila.rs, Maps Etc.,  -APPLY   TO-  L. W. SHATFORD,  *, Secretary and JTanager,  HEDLEY, B.C.  Keep Poste  On Matters That Interest You  Your local paper is a necessity  to you, financially and socially.  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ITS  AIJVKKTISIXG   VAI.UJS.  Perhaps you havo something to sell���������a  farm, a team, farm machinery. You may  wish to huy sr.metliin;,-. The best possible  ���������Any to communicate with people who wish  tn buy or anil is by Inserting a small ad-  wrtlsument   hi   The   (Spokesman-Review.  l-'-rmirs, stofkin.-n, lumbermen and minors  take  the TWICE-A-AVKEK.  Tf you wish to reach business men and  ri'---.-nri'>rs. use the DAILY or SUNDAY  Ki'UK :;.-4M AN-liHVI WW.  ���������fUii   TWICK-A-AVKKK   RATES   ARE  Ten   cents   per  line   each   insertion.   Count  *\x   words   to   a  lino.  'i'::  DAILY    AND    SUNDAY    HATE    FOR  i -ONSKOUTIVE     1 NS15R.TIONS.  time.,  times  times  13 Words j  24 Words j ;ii  30c  ���������Ifie  GOc  ���������10c  noc  SOc  : for sale by:  SttATFORDS, LIMITED  tteclleij and Fairview  at  H  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  I  at  at  at  at  I  The Commercial Hotel  Hedley,   B.C.  TU7AVING   taken  the  management  of  this Avell   known  house avb Avish to announce to the public that it Avill  be entirely' renovated and remodelled with ne\Ar and modern  improvements. Special attention will be paid the dining room.  The bar -will be stocked Avith the A'ery best liquors and cigars.  McDermott ������������ McArthur, Proprietors  ^*V**m.<lWJlMWW*MM^^  M  I  I  I  I  I  I  i*  I  I  I  at  at  Whew! Its Hot!  AVlien your collar climbs your nock.  Wlien your clothes are wet anil sticky  When you drug your feet at ;i  mile-a-year pace.  AVhen life seems lilank a ml your  tounge Jiangs out.  Then drink a, cool liottlc of  GILLAN &  CREAM  BRUM'S  oi- other  choice aerated  ljevcrngcs*  put up at the J  Similkameen  Bottling  Works <  Mail orders promptly filled. \  THE    SUNDAY   ALONE  Ten   cents   per  line   c*ch   insertion.   Count  ; !.\   words   to   a  line.  ADDRESS  THE    SI'OKESMAN'-REVIKW,  Spokane, Wash.  Write your adv. plainly, enclosing amount  In stamps or money order for number of  Insertions desired, and state whether you  wish adv. Inserted in Dally, Sunday or  T..*"e-a-AVoclc.  Try  .���������vwWYVWfc.  CEYLON TEA.  Pure and   Invigorating.  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  s  at  at  at  it  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  K  i  s  at  at  at  at  at  %t  at  H  at  at  st  St  at  it  WHY  EAT  MUTTON  WHEN YOU  CAN GET  SPRING  LAMB?  PORK, VEAL and  First-Class BEEF  always   on   hand.  GAME IN SEASON  SI  si  st  si  SI  SI  SI  St  SI  tf  tf  %  %  tf  ������  tf  st  tf  I  tf  si  st  st  si  st  st  st  Si  st  st  SI  s  SI  st  I  s  st  st  SB  st  SI  St  st  tf  .tf  Hotel Keremeos  GEO. KIRBY, manager.   '  First  Class  in  Every  Kespect.     Commercial and  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower Similkameen Valleys.     Post House on Penticton-  Princeton   Stajj'e  Line.  Mining;  KEREMEOS,  B.C.  yB8������0s������iji������ruyu^,^^,^^^^>^^,i^y0^(i������By0^e!;*!iB������  PENTI6T0N  Livery. Feed and Stage  STABLES  ==   ESTABLISHED 1903  ===  Pine New  Covered  Stage  Carrying Royal Mail,  Passengers and Express to  Keremeos, Hedley and Princeton  -:0:-  Special Bigs for Travellers, and  Every Attention Paid to Wants  of the Public.    :        :        :        :

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