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Array AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Vol. II.  No. 18.  HEDLEY, B. C, THURSDAY, MAY   17, 1906.  $2.00, in Advance.  THE CANADIAN  ���������   OF COMME  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.    Reserve Fund, $4,500,000  HEAD OFFICE,  E. WALKER, General Manager  TORONTO  ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager  CORONER INVESTIGATES.  TRAIN ROBBERS CAPTURED.  Dr. McEwen, Coroner, Holds An Inquest  on Mine Accident.  BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND  '   THE UNITED STATES AND ENGIaAND  IN  BANKING   BY   MAIL  Business may be transacted by mail with any branch  >f the Bank.   Accounts may be opened, and deposits  ide or withdrawn by mail.   Every attention is paid  'to out-of-town accounts.  I!--  Penticton Branch  J. M. CHRISTIE, Manager;  [WILLIAM E. BURRITT  HARRISTER,  SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC,  COMMISSIONER,  ETC.  HEDLEY  B. C.  'hHARLBS IE. SHAW  j Civil Engineer,  Dominion   and   Provincial  Land Surveyor.  )rders maij be left at Gazette office.  MEDLEY,  B. G.  R. H. ROGERS,  1 M.A.,  B.C.L.  SOL1CIT011, CONVEYANCER,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  Vernon, B.'C.  BANK FAILURE AT MOLSON.  The   Branch   of  a Spokane   Institution  ' Closes Its Doors.  Edw. G. Warren  Electrical Engineer and  Contractor  GREENWOOD,        -        B. C.  {Estimates Furnished on any Elec-  JtricalProject for Power or Light  ���������iQrand Union  Hotel_ .  HEDLEY, B. C.  i BHERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  [OLIVER & GLADDEN  -:0:  Civil & Mining Engineers  -:C>:  MINE������ eiindL  REAL   ESTATE  HEDLEY, B.C.  The activity in railway construction  on the V. V. & E. which started early  last fall at various points between  Midway and Oroville had a quickening  effect on an emljrvo town called Mol-  son, in the northern fringe of Washington State, just over the border from  Sidley, and among the institutions to  open up and supply lubricant to grease  the wheels of commerce was a bank  known as the "State Bank of Washington." The head office of the bank  was in Spokane and a branch was  opened in Molson, known as the Bank  of Molson.  Two weeks ago the Spokane concern  got into financial difficulties and closed  its doors, which example the Molson  concern lost no time in following, and  as a result many depositors are suffering considerable inconvenience at the  present time, with a fair prospect of  final loss.  The most powerful and practical  lesson to be inculcated from this circumstance, is that the construction  gangs should hustle up their work so  as to get well up into this country  where they can deposit their earnings  in banks that don't bust.  Speaking of the failure the Molson  Independent says:  "The State Bank of Washington, of  Spokane, parent institution of the  Bank of Molson, closed its doors last  Saturday for what was announced bv  its president, Mr. F. W. Swanson, to  be temporary suspension. Mr. B. A.  Amy, cashier and manager of the local  branch, left Saturday afternoon for  Spokane, announcing that, lie would  be-gone for a week or more. Since his  departure the Bank of Molson has  been closed. Up to the time of going  to press, the only information this  paper has on the subject is that contained in the Spokane Spokesman-  Review.  Saturday's paper announced that the  People's Bank had closed its doors.  E. W. Swanson, president of the State  Bank of Washington, is also president  of the People's Bank. Mr. Swanson  attributed the trouble to a loan made  a local railroad concern, and which  the latter was unable, to meet on the  day the hank considered it due. He  announced that the State Bank was  secure. Sunday's paper, however, contained the information that the last  named institution had closed its doors  also. Interviewed again, Mr. Swanson declared that matters would soon  be adjusted and that depositors would  all be repaid. The assets, he said, are  more than sufficient to cover the liabilities.  The unfortunate occurrence has created considerable excitement in  Molson as many of the business men  and laborers here had made deposits  in the local branch. In addition to  this, there are about a dozen of our  citizens who took stock in the institution, aggregating some $(5,800. It is  not known what disposition was made  of the local deposits, owing to Mr.  Amy's absence, but many of the depositors fear the worst. Others are  confident that when the cashier returns, their money will be refunded."  The unfortunate accident in the  Sunhysfdes tunnel, which caused the  death of Isaiah Doran aud Joseph  Dumas on the 8th inst., was made the  subject of inquiry by the coroner,  Dr. McEwen, on Wednesday. May 9th.  A jury was empanelled, consisting  of Messrs. Wolff, McArthur, Burch,  Pleasant, Bergstrom and Lindstrom.  The jury first viewed the bodies and  identified them and then visited the  scene of the accident, in No. 2 tunnel  of the Sunnysides. All the fuse which  had boon taken into the tunnel by the  deceased was collected and was found  to be unburnt. No powder nor caps  were found.  The jury re-assembled at the school  house and evidence was taken by the  coroner.  Dr. Whillans testified to the examination which he had made and expressing his opinion that the explosion of  dynamite had caused the death of both.  Chas. Burch, shift boss, stated in his  evidence that he had heard the explosion and with McArthur had attempted to enter the tunnel, but they  were unable to do so on account of the  powder smoke. They waited for ten  minutes and tried again but were unable to remain. In about eight or ten.  minutes more they re-entered and saw  lights in the tunnel and heaid Mr.  Jones say " Here is one of them."  They found J. Anderson, whom they  carried out. They next found the deceased and carried them out. Witness  testified further that Doran and Dumas had been loading holes and had  51 pounds of powder.  The evidence of G. Bergstrom and  Geo. McArthur was corroborative of  that of C. Burch.  G. P. Jones testified that the explosion had occurred at sixteen minutes  to four o'clock, and also as to the finding and bringing out of the bodies.  The jury brought in the following  verdict: "AVe find that 'Isaiah Doran  and Joseph Dumas came to their death  by the accidental explosion of dynamite on May 8th, 1900, at sixteen min  utes to 4 o'clock p. m., at the Sunny  side Mine."  Bloodhounds  and   Mounted   Police Put  Them Into Douglass Lake.  News was received on Tuesday of  the capture of the train robbers, who  had been,brought to bav at Douglass  Lake where they. were located by  bloodhounds brought up from Victoria,  and gathered in by a party of Mounted  Police.  The Police were sent in by the C.P.R.  from the Calgary depot, well mounted  and thoroughly supplied with topographical maps of the district giving  minutest details of all the avenues of  escape from the scene of the robbery  to the American boundary line. From  the numerous surveys in the engineering department of the C.P.R. these  data were immediately obtainable.  The main force went out from Kamloops, while a detachment under Capt.  Church came down the Okanagan.  The bloodhounds were taken by the  police to the robbers' camp, where  they were enabled to take up the scent,  and followed it unerringly until they  reached the shore of Douglass Lake  and, baying in the air, they stopped,  when the three fugitives were seen  out in the lake in a boat.  Instead of being bold, bad robbers  from bad man's? country, it was found  that home talent, and hare-brained at  that, had done the deed. One���������the  tall one���������was a Princetonian, George  Edwards; another a Hedleyite, Billy  Dunn, whom the writer sent to Kamloops last summer under the Vagrancy  Act. He worked for some tinie in the  Nickel Plate, and when he didn't want  to work, loafed in.Hedley. The third  is said to be named Marshall, who was  formerly with Bud at Princeton, and  was known as a bad egg all through.  COUNTY COURT SITTING.  Judge Clement Holds Court in Hedley-  A Light Docket.  ANOTHER VEXATIOUS DELAY.  V. V. & E. Men on Eastern Section are  Out On Strike���������Tracklaying Will Be  Delayed a  Few. Weeks  In  Consequence.  What's In a Name ?  When the Molsons of Montreal allowed Geo. Meechain, six years ago.  to tack their name on to a little tovvnie  just over the border from Sidley, they  never thought how nearly they came  to casting a big blemish on the fair  financial fame of an institution known  from  end to.end of the Dominion of  Canada as the Molson's Bank.  Neither  did they think how innocently some  busy reporter might let his paper in  for a libel suit by heading the item  regarding   the   bank   failure over  at  Meecham's   town   as   " Molson   Bank  Failure."     The only  other  time   the  writer ever remembers any doubt being cast upon the stability of Molson's  was when the Exchange bank failed,  over twenty years ago, and evervone  began to  look over his   wad   to see  whether any bad  bills   were  among  them.     A hotel-keeper in a country  village who was not up in finance had  noticed in his pile an unfamiliar tenner  spot marked Molson's, and he at once  started for the post office, shouting at  the post master as he entered the door,  "Bob, is the moleskin bank all right."  Who 'Frew Dat Roof?  Myers Greek News.  Another-serious delay has come up  to retard the completion of the Great  Northern westward from. Ferry  through this country. Wednesday  about 200 men in Pat Welch's camp  northwest of here struck for a two  bit raise all around. The Italian and  Austrian common laborers want $2.50  and the rock men are out for $2.75,  $3 and $3.25. - .       ','  Evidently the walkout at the Pat  Welch camp looked good to the other  crews, as we understand that by  Thursday night the. 2000 men employed along the entire works were  out. John Berquist, of this. place,  who has been tunnel boss for several  months in the big tunnel down the  Myers Creek Canyon, returned Wednesday and states that on that part  of the road the Italians were out in  full force with pick handles, guns and  the indispensable red flag.  For the past three days the strikers  have been pouring into Chesaw with  their checks.and if no other results  come from the strike it can be said  with assurance the liquor dealers have  profited thereby.  Several weeks ago certain contractors near Molson voluntarily granted  this raise, which doubtless helped  cause the discontentment.  It is not known what action the  eon tractors will take.  For the second time'County Court  was held in Hedley, Judge Clement  of Grand Forks presiding in place of  Judge Spinks, who is not yet sufficiently recovered from his , illness to  enable him to resume his duties.  Tlie* court was held in Fraternity  Hall, registrar Hunter being on hand  bright and early and having everything in apple-pie order.  The most important case  was that  of Armstrong vs.  J. J. Marks, to recover payment for services in hauling  diamond   drill   from   Hedley   to   the  Humming Bird Mineral Claim.   Payment had been made by defendant to  Mclnnes <te Adair,   who   he   claimed  were the parties with whom he had  made the contract and that he did not  know plaintiff in, the matter, but regarded him as working in the employ  of Melhnes & Adair.    The plaintiff, on  the other hand, claimed that it was he.  who had made the contract of hauling  the drill and had hauled it, and contended that defendant had not been  authorized by him to pay anyone but  himself. ' Mclnnes also was examined  and gave  evidence  supporting plaintiff's contention.    The Judge held that  plain till' did not appear to have made  demand upon defendant for payment  upon completion of the contract in a  manner to convey the impression that  he was not working for Mclnnes &  Adair and the evidence being so contradictory in many respects, he could  not do otherwise than dismiss the case.  The Hedley Lumber Co. vs. W. A.  McLean,   with   Daly   Reduction   Co.  garnishee,   was   decided   in   favor of  plaintiff, with costs.  The only other case was that of  collection of a. note given for life insurance premium. Judgment was given  for plaintiff, with costs.  BASEBALL MATCH.  Hedley Takes An Easy Win From the  Princeton Nine.  METEOROLOGICAL.  W. J. Twiss of the Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada, was- in town  on Monday.  In a wind storm of a couple of weeks  ago up at the Nickel Plate the roof  was lifted oft" the school house and  blown over on to the track of the electric tramway. The noise was heard  by several, and-as the night was dark,  lanterns were taken out to investigate  when the roof was found, but no one  seemed to recognize it, and for a. time  it was an open question whether the  strange roof had come down from  Mars or up from Hedley. The school-  house had formerly had a mud roof,  and the new shingle roof had been  placed over it. The school-house itself didn't look much different, and as  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending May 12th :  AT THE MINE.  no other building seemed to be without a roof, the situation was most puzzling until someone, who had repaired  it a few days before recognized it by  the new shingles.  M  axinmm  Minimum  Mav  6  55  26  7  or>  2(5  8  55  27  9  09  32  10  69    .   ..  43  11  04      .:  43  12  57  40  Snowfall 1.5.  .  Rainfall for wt  ek  .01 inches  AT  THE MILL.  Maximum  Minimum  0  08  38  7  72  40  8  82  42  9     ���������     ..  83  48  10  80  42  11  04  42  12  72  58  Slight rainfall.  Sunday's baseball game between  Princeton and Hedley proved an easy-  victory for the home team, by a score  of 17 to 6." The Princeton team was  strengthened by the addition of one  or two outside players, and before the  game there was some, speculation as  to the result) but the Hedley boys  went in with a determination, and  after the first two innings everything  was in their favor.  Though the score ran up rather high  for a first-class exhibition of baseball,  some good fast fielding and strong  batting was done by both teams, and  this shows plainly that with a little  more practice the boys will be able to  bring into play all the fine points of  the game.  Messenger pitched a strong,  steady"  game for the locals and was fairly well  supported. The Princeton battery also  did good work, but the support given  them was very weak.  The teams were as follows :  Princeton���������McDonald, c., Luu.dy, p..  Campbell, lb, Young, 2b,  Hughes, 3b,  Scott, ss,   Broadfoot,  cf.    Davis,   if,  Lyle, If. p  Hedley���������Watson, c, Messenger, p.,  Irwin, lb, Allan, 2b, Mott, 3b.. Brule,  ss., Henderson, cf., Rotherham, rf..  Cootes, If.  E. D. Boeing umpired.  On May 24th the Hedley team will  likely play out of town. Offers are  now being considered from Princeton  and Keremeos.  Ex-Governor Dewdney, of Victoria,  came in on Tuesday's stage and went  on to Allison yesterday to look after  his interests there. While in Hedley  he made a friendly call at the Gazette  office where he is always an honored  visitor. A man is only as old as he  feels and in conversation with Mr.  Dewdney one is so strongly impressed  with his great vitality, his interest in  and thorough knowledge, of all public  affairs pertaining to the welfare of the  province, combined with his ripe judgment, that even his long years of pioneering are momentarily forgotten.  Mr. Dewdney has extensive interests  in various parts of the province, with  a warm spot in his heart for the Similkameen which he is now confident  will soon take her proper place. THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   MAY     17,   1906.  Ch; Ibcdlcy >t-azctt������  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  lf.sn"-! on 'Thursdays, by the Hedi.ky Gazkti'K  i'KINTINH ANI> l'CIII.ISIII.VCi C'O.MPANV,  Limitkd.  at Hedley, 15. C  either }i district or an,'assisted  school; was not,th0re and there js  ���������lib provision jiiade for" 'resiiWi-  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Vein-....  Six- Months.  .S2.U0  .  1.00  Advertising Rates  Measurement, 12 linos to tlie inch.  Land Notices���������Certificates of linprovcmentotc.,  ������7.00 for 00-day notices, and $5.00-for ISO-day  notices.  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding' one  inch, $1.00 for one insertion, 25 cents for  each subsequent insertion.   Over one inch.  JO cents per line for first insertion and 5  cents per iine for each subsequent insertion.  '  Transients payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements��������� Ono inch per month.  ,'...������1.25;  over 1 inch and up to.4 inches, ������1:00  per inch per month. To constant advertisers  taking larger.'space than four inches, on  application, rates, will be given of reduced  charges, based on size of. space and length  of time.-     ,    .���������������������������'........ ' ......  Advertisements will be changed once every  month if advertiser desires, without any, extra  -'charge. For changes of tenor than once a. month  the price of composition will be charged at  regular rates. ........  ��������� Changes for contract advertisements' should  be in the oilico by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue. ��������� -. ���������  A   MEGRAW,  Managing Editor.  nvgf Until' that liiuiriib^r can\ !b'e  'procured. i;'Mr. Mahery has five  children of school age and unless a school, district can be  formed to enable him to send  them to school he may have to  leave his farm'and' go where he  can. This is a rich prosperous  section which could well bear  its share of the slight expense  required by the present Act to  maintain a district school. The  existence of Indian reservations  in the" vicinity complicates the  situation, but only goes to show  that the hew Act did not go far  enough'in the way of compelling maintenance1 of schools.  NOTICE.  James Dimsniuir has finally  captured the position of Lieut-  Governor of British  Columbia.  Certificate of imj^vcmciits.  COPPERPLATE mineral claim,   situate in  Osoyoos Mining Division of Vale District.  Where located :   In Camp Hedley  'pAlv.K-NOTHJK'. that i,  Ainslcy  Megraw,  A    I'Vee Miner's-Certificate No B79221, agent  for Sydney M; Johnston. Eroo Minor's Certificate  No  1J9U0S,   intend    sixty    days " from  the   date   hereof,   to   apply   to the Mining  Kccoi-dei- 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 be commenced before the issu-1  unco of such Certificates of improvements.  Dated this 30th day of March, A. D. -1!KMi.  11���������������������  BRITISH NORTH AMERICA  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  FAIR Y    QUEEN,    SOMERS  FRACTION,     NORFOLK  First quar.  3rd.  Full Moon  10th.  MAY  Lastquar.  17th.  New Moon  24th.:  1906  The V. .V. & E. having now  purchased and paid for their  l'iglit of Avay oh thisside of the  i'iyer to brushy bottorhi will not  submit tiamely to the ruling of  the Minister of Railways���������arid  neither will Hedleyl  Sun.  Mon.  Tues  ..Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.l  l  2       ?,       A       5  (j.  7  cS  9     10     11     12 :  18  11:  15  10     17     18     19 \  20  21  22  28     24     io     26  27  '28  29  ;jy   8i         ���������".���������';  Local News.  SOMERSET, CASTLE  KRACTION,  TOWER FRACTION. STAG FRACTION, VICTOR FRACTION, and RED  TOR mineral claims, situate in the.Osoyoos  Mining Division of Yale District. ,��������� .Where  located':; Camp Hedley.  TAKE NOTICE that I John Gladden, Free  Miner'SiCci-tificato No. R7907I. acting for;  myself and as agent for James N. Paton, Free  Minors Cerlicatc -No U'.llB'iS. HVW. Gladden,  Free Miners Cirtsficate No H7i;073. D. Woods  Erce.rMiner's Certificate No. H7!;021; W.. E.:  Hodges, .Free Miner's Certificate. No. .1002,  .F.'M. Elkins, Free Miner's.Certificate NaBS5J80.  Clinton A. S; vAtwood Krcc Miner's'Certificate:  No. BSOUI, intend sixty risers from the date,  hereof to apply to the'Mining Recorder for  Certificates of Improvements for the purpose  of obtaining Crown. Grants of tlie above  Claims. ."���������' '  And further take notice that action  under  Section 37 must be commenced before'the issii-.  anee of such Certificates of Improvements. ���������> -i  Dated this 22nd day of March, 1906.  v 10-9  oooc  Capital���������$4,866,660.  MEAD OFFICE IN CANADA,  STIKKMAN, General Manager  Reserve-$2,141,333.  MONTREAL  J. ELMSLY, Supt. of Branches  BANKING BY MAIL-Aeeounts of..par. ���������        special attention. Deposits can he made through the mull, and sums added  thereto and withdrawn at any diiic. A Gbneral Hanking Business Transacted.   Drafts issued, payublo at nil points in Canada and ahroad.,  Hedley Branch,  coeosccosceo!  L. G. rlacHAFFIE, Acting Manager  '""see������  The amount of glorification of  the sneecli of Duncan Boss? on  the North Atlantic Trading Co.  debate in the House; of Commons which appeared in the  Greenwood Times, was riot in  good taste from that paper arid  reads rather brazenly after ' the  trimming down on that same  subject which Mr. Ross received  from Mr. Fowler, l^o champion  such a rotten concern as the  North Atlantic Trading- Co. is  creditable to no one and Yale-  Cariboo "will not thank Mr. Ross  for bringing the name of this  riding in association with such  a dirty affair. The action of the  Government in cancelling the  contract is an admission of its  rottenness. Mr. Ross' intei-fer-  ence in the matter not only cast  discredit on his constituency  but earned for himself the name  of -"the man with the muck  rake" and called from Mr.  Fowler a complete refutation of  the charges made by Mr. Ross  against Mr. Foster.  The harm that may be done  by an unprogressive sore-head  opposition is evident at a great  many turns. We have an ex-  ��������� ample of it down in the Lower  Similkameen where children of  school age are denied the privilege of obtaining instruction  because of lack of provision in  the School Act to form a. school  district and tax the property  for support of a school. The  province lias outgrown the conditions upon which the old Act  was framed, and when it became necessary for a change to  make it conform more to the  lines upon which the law in the  older provinces has been based,  there should have been sufficient public spirit and progres-  siveness on both sides: of the  House to have enabled the Government to go to the full length  of providing a school law which  would ensure every child ob  taining an education where  there was sufficient productive  land to pay for it. It was with  difficulty that the Act was 'amended' to the limited extent  shown in the present law; for  members of the opposition including John Oliver were very  busy trying to create dissatisfaction among the electors because of it. In the Similkameen  valley beloAv Keremeos the first  school was started and kept open for years before the present  Keremeos school was opened.  A little over a year ago the old  school was closed because the  requisite number of children for  The Hedley Lumber Co. are looking  for a gang of river drivers.  Major Anderson  of the V. V. & E.  right of way staff w;i in town  yesterday and went on to Princeton  to-day.  Government Agent Hugh Hunter,  of Princeton- Wfis in town on Monday  in his capaeity as registrar of the  County Court,  Mr. L. Duffy came in on Saturday  evening and expects to reihain a, considerable part of the siuriiher''-'looking  over his mineral "holdings and doing  soifte development 'work thereon.  .Toe McDermott\ left on Wednesday  for Cobalt to try his fortune in Lthat  new mining field, If things work out  right Joe will he wearing diamonds as  big as goose eggs.     :  The boiler of the Hedley Lumber  Co's sawniill was moved, this week and  they expect to begin sawing on the  new site on Monday next or perhaps  earlier.  C S. Stevens of Kamloops superintendent of the Gov'enintent telephones  was through on his regular tour of  inspection. It is reported that he is  endeavoring to have a local exchange  at Penticton and do away with the  nuisance that has been complained of  there.  Rev. D. F. Smith, who has come, to  take charge of the mission fields of  Hedley and Princeton arrived in Hedley on Sunday and held his first service on Sunday evening last. Mr.  Sihith is a graduate of Manitoba college, Winnipeg, and spent about three  years at mission work in British Columbia, principally in the lumber camps  up the i Coast.  Ed. Kirkpatrick and associates who  had the contract of takingOut logs for  the Hedley Lumber Co. about four.  mileS west, liiet with a serious loss last  week when their stock of logs was  ���������burned. Their loss was somewhere  about $700 all in logs, their'work being as sub-contractors for' Thompson,  Roughton and Ottuni, whose loss was  greater, as it embraced not only a.  stock of logs but the shutes which  had been constructed in readiness to  deliver logs to the river. In a season  so dry as this proves likely to be, additional care should be taken against,  the spread of fire.  NOTICE.  Certificate of Iniprovcmcnts.������������������;.'.���������  GAMP REST and ALICE .mineral claims situate in the Osoyoos "Mining Division of  vale District. Where located : In Camp  Hedley.  f* ' "  TAKE NOTICE that 1. Ainsley Megraw,  1 agent for George ..IT. Cahill, free,; minor's  certificate No. B79011, intend sixty days froni  the date horeof.'to apply to (lie Mining Recorder for a Certificate of improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining- Crown Grants of 'the  .above claims. .. ... .]  ' And further take notice that action, under;  section 37, must be commenced before issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  .  Dated this 10th day of April, 1906 1-1-9  NOTICE.  SIXTY DAYS from date Iintend to apply to:  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for permission to purchase" I HO acres of  -land in the Osoyoos Division of Yale Districts  described as follows: : Commencing .at the  S E. corner of the west A of east. A of section 21,:  township. 85. being; pre-emption No.-2251, running thence 40 chains east; thence .40 chains  north ; thence.40 chains west: ��������� thece 40 chains  south to point of commencement. .  Okanagan  AXDREW.HAMILTON  Falls.March 31, 1!KK>. 12-9  NOTICE.  "VTOTICE is hereby given that sixty days after  ������������������*���������* date, I intend to apply to the Hon. .The  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for  permission to purchase tlie S. E. A of the S. E. \-  of Section 24. Tp. 51 and the S. W" ;1 of Section  19 and the north ,V of the S. E. i of See. 19 and  the S. W. \ of the" S. E. V of Section 19 in Tp.. .50  JOSIAH GRAHAM ..  Dated March 8, liKM5. 10-9 ������������������  NOTICE  CIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE I intend to  *-* apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to purchase 160 acres  of land described oh.'follows: Beginning at.'a  postmarked M. Daly's northwest corner, thence  running 40 chains south, 40 chains east, 40  chains north, 40.chains west to point of .commencement and being southwest \ of section'29  township 54.  Keremeos, B. C. .April 21st, 1906.  16-9 . M. DALY  NOTICE.  ���������VTOTICE is hereby given that sixty days  A������ --from date Iintend to apply to. the Hon.:  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  for permission to purchase the following described land situated west of Dog Lake: Commencing at a post at the' northeast corner of A.  Ii. Laurence's pre-emption No. 3894, running  thence north along shore of Dog Lake 80 chains  thence west 40 chains, thence south 80 chains,  thence cast to point of commencement.  MARGARET MAY RITCHIE  Per .IAS. RITCHIE. Agent  Dated at Summcrland this  11-9 9th day of April, liXMi  LOST.  f\N or about the 1st day of May. in Hedley or  **���������' on the way between the Humming-bird  mine and Hedley, a watch charm ��������� lettered  A. S. H. on ono side.  Finder kindly leave same at Gazette oflice  and he suitably rewarded.  Alkkjit Dalktmi'LK, Fairview, IJ. C.  18-2  NOTICE.  r* A ME to my ranch about two years ago a  v^ dapple grey horse about 900 lbs, branded m  on right shoulder. "'  . Owner can have animal by proving property  and paying all expenses in connection with the  same.. If not claimed within 30 days, will be  sold. ' .  18 4  For Sale.  BY AUCTION, at Olalla, June 23rd, a sorre1  marc branded GT on the front shoulder;  weighs about 1100 or 1200 lbs. For particulars  apply to  15-3 W.W.HARVEY, Olalla  NOTICE  OIXTY DAYS AFTER DATK, I intend to  vJ apply to the Chief Commissioners of Lands  and Works to purchase 1(X) acres of land described as follows : Beginning at a post marked  G. M. A.'s southwest corner, thence running  40 chains cast, thence 40 chains north, thence 40 I  chains west, thence 40 chains south to point of  commencement and covering the southeast J of  the southeast \ of section 25 township .52 and  the northwest 4 of the N. W. \ of sec 29 township 54.  Iveremeos, March 31st. 1906  15-9 G. M. ALLISON  NOTICE  OlXTY DAYS AFTER DATE. I intend to  *-* ajjply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and VV orks for permission to purchase lfiO acres  of land in the Similkameen Division of Yale  District situated ivh follows: Commencing at a  post marked "M. K " and running in a /.igzng  no .lerly direction on the west line of lot 292  for 40 chains thence west 40 chains, thence  south 40 chains, thence cast 40 chains.  D. GiLr.KSPiH,  per Waltkk Gillespie,  15���������9   Dated April 19th 11K16 agent.  NOTICE.  H.  W. YATES intends to apply to the Licence Commissioners for the Nicola   Licence District,  for permission  to   transfer his  hotelliccneo to A. McDermott and F. McArthur, for the Commercial Hotel at Hedley  Dated at Hedley this 20th day of April 190(5  15-4 H. W. YATES  County Court Sittings  Sittings of the Connty Court will be held as  follows;  A11 Ted ley. on Monday May 11th at 11 a. 111.  At Princeton, Thursday May 17th at 11 a. in  J.5y Order,  HUGH HUNTER,  13-td Registrar  Seasonable  rations  mmmm  Spring Suits  Hate and Ops  Neckties   :  Fancy Shirts  Collars and Cuffs  Light Underwear  Clothes Renovated, Pressed  and Repaired.  Campbell &  S ll 10 JT   Hedley, B.C.  FIRST-CLASS  IN  EVERY RESPECT  We have  received t������he largest* and best* assorted  stock  of Liquors that,  has  ever  come into  the Similkameen  Scotch  Canadian Ryes  Usher's Black Label  House of Lords  House of Commons  Seagram's 83  Canadian Club  Gooderhan. & Worts  Black aiid White  American  : Caledonia Liqueur  :     Hunter's Baltimore Rye  ' John Dewar & Sons  Old Hermitage Burbon  Lemp's  St.   Louis   Beer.  McDermott ������������������> McArthur  Proprietors  :  When in Keremeos  STOP AT  TWEDDLE <& REITH, Proprietors.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public.   Livery Barn in Connection.  i  NOTICE  SIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE I intend to  apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works to purchase the following described  lands situate in the Similkameen Division of  Yale district and described as follows : Starting at a post marked J. P. G's N. E. corner set  at the N. W. corner of Lot 24(57. thence south 20  chains, theuco west 20 chains, thence north 20  chains, thence oast 20 chains to point of commencement and containing 40 acres more or  less.  Keremeos, April 19th, 1906.  16-9 J. P. GORDON  NOTICE  11  iff,!*  CIXTY DAYS AFTKR DATE, I intend tJJ  *-' apply to the Chief Commissioner of- Land."!  and Works for permission to purchase 160 acres;,!  of land described as follows: Beginning at t,  postmarked T. Daly's southeast corner, thcnc������j������  north 40 chains, west 40 chains, south 40 chains1!  cast 40 chains to point of commencement ani'i  being southwest! of southeast J of section  and southeast i or southwest \ of section  township 52.  Keremeos, 13. C\. April 21st, '06.  10-9 T. DALY,  Per E. M. DALY, Agent ^ THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   MAY  17,   1906.  Town and District.  Fred Daniels was up from Keremeos  on Tuesday! <  II. W. Yates returned from tlie  Coast on Saturday.  Mr. Peter Scott came in on Tuesday  night's stage. * ���������   .  These rains are a great boon after  the long drought. May it continue a  bit longer.        ,   .  A new front has been put in the bar  of the Commercial, which greatly improves the appearance.  ' It is reported that F. M. Wells is  shortly to arrive in: town and that the.  Kingston is to resunieOperations with  ii crew of 8 or 10   men.  Driver McKenzie has been off the  Penticton run for the last two trips,  the stage being brought in by T.  Roadhouse.  : Finlay Fraser accompanied the  Princeton base-ball team to Hedley on  Sunday, and shook hands with numerous old friends.  Captain Church's party of Mounted  Police which was expected in Hedley  on Tuesday night, were recalled to  Penticton before reaching here.  Fred Revely left on Saturday morning for the coast. He extended no  confidences, but certain attending circumstances have given rise to amiable  surmises.  Louis Praether of Spring Valley  Ranch died last Thursday of miner's  consumption. The funeral on Friday  "was largely attended. More extended  notice is held over, but will appear  next week.  The Ledge made its first appearance  ���������at Greenwood last week, with .1. W.  Grier as manager. It is ticketed Vol.  12, No. 44, but dated at Greenwood,  -and is a breezy newsy sheet, looking  ���������as much like the old Fernie Ledge as  -   two peas.  Chief Licence Inspector R. Hewitt  of Princeton is down with typhoid  fever. His work is being attended to  by'Goverhment Agent Hugh Hunter,  so that licence holders will suffer no  inconvenience. Mr. Hewitt is reported  to be doing as well as could be expected.  Rev. L. Thomas was a passenger on  the C. P. R. traiiv held up at Ducks  last week. '���������' He saw one of the robbers,  ' but the robber didn't get sufficiently  well acquainted with him to indulge  in the familiarities that they practised  on the engineer and fireman.  - L. W. Shatford, M.P.P., returned to  Hedley on Thursday's stage, having  made a speedy trip to Nova Scotia'in  company with his parents, who were  here a short time ago. He reached  Penticton in time for the annual meeting of the Southern Okanagan Land  Company.  R. B. Lamb has resigned his position as general manager of the Daly  Reduction Co. and Yale Mining Co.  The usual number of rumors to that  and similar effect have been flying  about, bub the Gazette does not give  it as a rumor as Mr. Lamb is known  to have madethe announcement himself to a thoroughly reliable party.  Mr. J. C. Lalor, president of the  Daly Reduction Co. came in on Saturday, having made a brief stop in Montana on his way from New York. It  is understood that Mr. Lalor will remain longer this trip and have an op  portunity of becoming more familiar  with local conditions effecting the  operations of the company as well as  the vast reserve of mineral wealth in  the Nickel Plate and other properties  owned by the company.  ������������������ Judge Clements of Grand Forks  came in on Saturday and spent Sunday in Hedley. On Monday he held  Court, and the Gazette admired very  much the manner in which the Judge  conducted his court. Ho was painstaking to the last degree and most  iinxious to get at the real facts of each  case, even if in doing so he hiul to relax, somewhat, court rules and admit  Apparently irrelaVent matter which  often proved to be the chaff in which  was concealed some kernels of material  evidence when sifted out.  Mr. F. G. White who has for the  last two and a half years conducted  the store for the Daly Reduction Co.  up at the mine and acted as mine time  keeper and purchasing agent to the  entire satisfaction of the Company,  left his post on Saturday. He spent  three days in Hedley before going out  on the stage yesterday morning. He  intended making a short trip to the  Coast bci'oie visiting his old home in  Ottawa which he has not seen for over  twenty years. Mr White leaves many  warm friends both in Hedley and at  the Nickel Plate.  Additional Locals on Page 2.  Strawberry Plants  '' '\ i . *  * -^������������������������������������   ' --",.-<���������"  Our trade in Strawberry plants ha* grown so  large that we have decided to make a specialty  of this branch. Wc now have large acreage and  strong, healthy, well rooted plants and can furnish thorn in, nny quantity. The 'strawberry  plant* woare now selling must not classed with  those offered and sold by fruit-growers who simply let strawberry runners take root between  the rows nfter the picking season is over and in  tlio fall dig regardless of size or quality. Plants  grown in oiir carefully prepared beds arc superior, will come into hearing earlier and' will  produce, liner and better fruit and more of it.  Clyde ^     Per Doz ���������    Per 100      Por'lOOO  Glomiuiry      r  Mngoon        ) 25c $1.00 $8.00  Raspberries  CUTHBERT���������The leading market variety.  Per Do/,., $1.50  ��������� Per 100, ������3.00    Per 1000, $20.00  Vegetable Plants  We grow large quantities of vegetable plants  and can supply all of the varieties listed below,  in their.proper season' in most any quantity. We  have made arrangements this year,so that; we  can supply all vegetable plants in two grades���������  plants, direct from tlie seed beds and those that  have been transplanted into shallow boxes.  TRANSPLANTED PLANTS are much  stronger and better rooted, and are well worth  the price especially in the early part of the  season. Wc can supply most of the leading  sorts. Let us have your order early and we  will ship them later or as requested.  No plants sent C. O. D. Write for prices in  largo quantities.  Cabbage         r      Per Doz 100 1000  Early or late kinds transplanted  ������ .20      ? .75      ������6.00  Not transplanted   ��������� .50        4.00  Add 25e per 100 for cabbage plants by'mail  Cauliflower Per Doz 100 1000  Eariy Snowball, transpl.    ������ .30      $1.25      $8.00  Not transplanted     ���������        1.00        7.00  Late kinds, transplanted..     .30        1.00        7.00  Late kinds, not transpl       ���������- .75        6.00  Add 25c per 100 for plants by mail  Celery Per Doz        .100 1000  Leading kinds, trans-  ,'    planted ������.25        S .75      $6.00  Not transplanted     ��������� .50        5.00  Add 2jc per 100 for celery plants by mail  Tomatoes                    Per Doz 100  Leading kinds, transpl'd       % .30 ������1.00  Xot transplanted     ������ ��������� .75  Add 25c per 100 for tomato plants by mail  niscellaneous Plants.      ,A11 transplanted.  Per. Doz i00 1000  Cclcriac .������ .25   /     ������ .75 ������6.00  Egg Plant 30 1.00 7.00  Pepper -.   .30 1.00 7.00  Garden huckleberry plants' 30e per doz.   Sweet  Potatoes, yellow skin, 30c per doz.   Several  Thoroughbred Angora Goats for salc,'������20. each.  Several pairs of white Rabbits at.$l. a pair  No orders for plants accepted unless accompanied by cash  S>. ������. Gellatly & Sons,  GELLATLY, B. C.  HOTELJ  I HEDLEY :|  I  i  Under   New   Management  THE WEST PROVIDED  IX KITCHEN AND UAH  AND! E VE H Y CAKE  TAKEN FOH THE COMFORT OF P A T R O X S.  1  it  ���������S  I  ���������S  . i  G I B-B O N   and   f  M c D O N A L D   I  S  Proprietors m  it  Furniture!  Furnitur  rniture!  1  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  "*-.���������*.     *     *  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Ev^rutliing New and First-Glass  (( " V  REVELY'S  S T A BLE  Headquarters for all Stage Lines  ��������� "' Express Office in Connection  Your wants for LKcry or Team  Work will be attended to  by calling Phone 12.  W.   F.   REVELY,   Proprietor   '  Ii : ))  Our stock of Furniture is now  nearly complete and we invite  inspection by all those who require  anything in this line.  Iron Beds  $13, $15, $17.50, $25 and $28  Including best grade of Springs.  Dressers and  Washstands  at $21.50,  $28,  $30, $33, and $40.  Furnishing hotels a specialty.  Our prices will compare favorably  with coast houses.  Shatfords,  Limited  Agents for  MASON   &   RISCH   PIANOS  and   SINGER  SEWI NG   MAC H I NES  ������������������  Keremeos New Townsite  Now On the Market.  The V? V. & E. Railway Station will 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 town site.  The 10 acre Fruit lots ar,e going fast,   Just a few  left.   Now is the time to double your money.  For Full Particulars Apply to  Keremeos Land Co., Keremeos, B.C.  J. J. Armstrong, Manager  Town Lots  Sioo, $200  '   and $250  1, 2 and 3 Acre  Lots $300' Acre  10 Acre Lots  $206 per Acre  Terms Easy  &60'S  LIVERY, FEED 8 SALE STABLES  Fairview and Penticton  ���������ALSO���������  Proprietors���������FAIRVIEW    AND  STAGE   LINE.  PENTICTON  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,   MAY,   )7,   1900.  McKENZIE'S AWFUL TRIP.  A West Fork  Man Almost Perishes In  the North���������Terrible Tale of  Suffering.  ., Two. years ago George McKenzie,  driver uf the West Pork .stage, gave  up staging and wont to the Peace  River country in company with Ed.  Sullivan and ii. B. Thoen, both Kettle  River men and noted prospectors and  trappers. About a year later he came  out alone, making a trip of 410 miles  on snowshoes to reach civilization.  Tiding back again a year ago, he met  Indians at the camp forty miles north  of Manson Creek, who told him of rich  undiscovered placers 100 miles further  north, where he found placer going 20  cents to the pan. He returned to  camp, intending to go back to the  discovery in the winter.      <  On the 18th of .Tanuarv he again  started with his pack for the scene of  his earlier explorations. The weather  was bitterly cold. The thermometer'  registered (55 degrees below zero and  the snow was deep. He had covered  about half the distance when the intense cold froze both his feet and being unable to get relief, he decided, to  return to camp, so leaving his pack,  he started on his return journey, reaching his camp in an almost exhausted  condition.  The camp had been left in care of  a fellow prospector, Charles Newman.  "When Mr. McKenzie left Greenwood  with his two companions; Sullivan and  Thoen. they had taken with them a  well stocked medicine chest. This was  taken care of by Sullivan, who was  camped four miles distant. McKenzie  and Newman had no medicines in their  cabin, and there was nothing at hand  to relieve the unfortunate man's intense sufferings. Newman did what  he could to care for Mr. McKenzie,  cooking food and dressing his frozen  feet but for some unexplained reason  he refused all the latter's requests to  go to Sullivan's camp for medical supplies. ���������',-'���������  ' ..rY>r eight weeks tlie_.'suffering..man.  lay helpless without relief, subsisting  on salt meats until a severe-attack of  scurvy added to his misery. At last  an Indian happened to visit the camp,'  and the untutored savage, responding  to the dictates of humanity, volunteered to go to Sullivan's camp and  bring assistance. Mr. Sullivan im-  c mediately came to.the relief and found  the well nigh exhausted man in a terrible condition. He was so weakened  that he was unable to turn in his bed.  The scurvy had wrought its effects and  six of his teeth had loosened and dropped from their sockets, while the  others were all rattling in his shrunken  gums. His feet were, literally decaying  and the flesh was dropping from the  toes.  Mr. Sullivan did all in his power to  relieve the poor man's sufferings, but  it was too late, and his simple skill  was unequal to the task. It was a case  demanding extreme measures, and  though they were upwards of 200 miles  from the nearest hospital at Hazelton,  it was decided that the only hope lay  in a speedy removal.  Sullivan took charge of the trip, and  with Mr. Thoen and two Indians they  started with a dog team about March  23th for Hazelton, on the Skeena river.  McKenzie was too weak to sit up or to  hold himself onto the sled, so he was  placed on a stretcher and lashed to the  sled.    He began to  think that relief  would soon  be reached and that his  sufferings would soon   be ended, but  the misfortunes that had brought him  to a   condition   of  helplessness were  destined to follow  him  to   the   last.  The ride from his camp to Hazelton  was one of trying adventure.   The dog  train  was wild and almost uninanag-  able.     in  writing to  his   friends   he  states  that if the   dogs   broke   from  their Indian guides and ran away once  they must have done so a dozen times.  There,   lashed   to   the   sled   he   was  dragged   at   a   flying   pace over the  rough trail, the sled bumping against  fallen logs,  bounding over dangerous  places and at times half capsized, with  the half senseless man dragging in the  snow.     Several   times,   when   night  came, he despaired of surviving until  morning, and for the last twenty miles  of that terrible journey he was too  weak to ride on the sled, but had to be  carried on a stretcher between the two  pack horses,  After eleven days of exhausting adventure, the party reached Hazelton  about April 5th, where Mr. McKenzie  was placed in the hospital and everything done to help him, and whore, he  is now slowly recovering from his  wonderful experience.  It was from there that he wrote his  brothers, Kenneth McKenzie of Greenwood, and John of Rock Creek, giving  details. He states in his letters that  the doctors had found it necessary to  amputate one of his toes, but there  were hopes of saving the others. From  several of them the flesh had almost  entirely disappeared, but every effort  was being made to induce it to grow  on again.  /������jfe  iivestrrient  And  Will  Make  Money  wai^t tin ajAX������(������.UEXwV4X{J������u  HA^IBaV *s the supply point for the Nickel Plato moun-  VWB'Gj tain, on which is situated the famous "Nickel  Plate"���������the richest gold mine in Canada���������and many other  promising mines and prospects, ft is the. mining and business  centre of the  .;��������� ���������.'-.Simllkjuneea.:-  the new mining district which has already been proven,,- by a  small amount of development work, to be one of the richest  gold, copper and coal mining sections of '  ������������������'".;.[     British CiliiiiSiia.'  HEDLEY is the chief town on the route of the proposed  Coast-iCootenay Railway; and with the advent of this road,  which is assured in the near future, it will unquestionably  become a large and important city, and town lots will bring  big .returns on money invested at the present time.   ''  TTTTr-ra-r^7.r.^.T^-ttag������uuwi}iiiywJ  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  Scott Ave. (main st.) ...:.  . $400 to $600  Other Streets ."'.:���������  ....   ....... $200 to $400.  .... 1 tylyiTLo....  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6,per cent.  For  Who  Purchase a few Lots bef.������n  nvest  Railway C<  For F"t4ll PairticuiSeLrs, Maps Etc.,  The Hedley City  L. W. SHATEORD,  Secretary and flanager,  MF'PL-Y   TO ���������  site C-e'y, Ltd.  HEDLEY, B.C.  FAIRVIEW NOTES.  Messrs Christie, Webster and Wade  accompanied by Mrs. and Miss Wade  drove iii from Penticton on Saturday,  returning on Sunday.  Mrs. L. Patten of ranch Best, Myers  Valley, is suffering from heart disease.  Samuel Hine has Messrs. Boone and  Greer employed building a large warehouse in rear of his store.  The cattle round up is to be held  Osoyoos on Tuesday.  Mrs. Bate and family accompanied  by her nephew, Wycliffe Thompson,  left on Friday 4th, for Vernon. Mrs.  Bate intends to stay till the autumn.  Ira Dalrymple was sent down to  Osoyoos on Wednesday night to tell  constable Venner of .the train robbery  and to warn him to keep out of their  way (or vice versa)  D. McKenzie, of Cliff ranch, is able  to be about again.  A fire nearly destroyed Gignac's  out-buildings jit his farm in Myer's  Valley a short time ago. His two little girls -were playing with m:\tches  around the straw-stack when it took  fire and was burned.  Miss Jessie Phelps returned .on Saturday last from ������i short visit to Summer-  land.  R. Russel came in on Thursday and  intends to remain for some  time.  AVe are soon to be without a drugstore, as Mr. Main intends removing  the Okanagan Drug store to Penticton  He is also going to take over the Penticton post office.  Arthur McCuddy, while chopping  wood a few days ago cvit aii'ugly gash  in his knee which required a few stitches, but he is able to be around again.  That rain fixed those long and sour  faces.  To make good bread you  must have good flour.  If  you want the best bread  you must use  the  best  flour.  I  x  Household  IS THE FINEST FLOUR MADE.  You can always depend  on it.    Use no other.  ������  x  X  The Commercial Hotel  Hedley,   B.C.  H!A  AVING taken the .management of this well known  house we wish to announce to the public that it will  be entirely renovated and remodelled with new and modern  improvements. Special attention will be paid the dining room.  The bar will be stocked with the very best liquors and cigars.  $  $  it  it  3  x  x  it  M  it  1  i  i  |   ���������..-.���������..-   . ' a  McDermott (Sb McArthur, Proprietors  : for sale by:  SHfYTFORDS, LIMITED  ttedleij and Fairview  Cawston 8 Edmond  Hotel Keremeos  GEO. KIRBY, Tlanager.  First Glass in  Every  Respect.     Commercial and Mining  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower Similkameen Valleys.     Post House on Penticton-  Princeton   Staire   Line.  KEREMEOS,  B. C.  TRAVELLERS'- DIRECTORY  prying mail and passengers,  ��������� Hedley at 7 a.m. on Tucs-  Maii.3 and Stacks in the Similkameen.  Hedley and Penticton Route.  Welby's Stage, ������arr;  leaves Penticton for   days,  Thursdays  and  Saturdays, arriving in  Hedley at 6.30 o'clock same days.  Returning, leaves Hedley for Penticton at  7, a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.  Connecting each way at Keremeos with  Koyer's line for Boundary points.  Hedley and Princeton Route.  Kovely's Stage leaves Hedley for Princeton  at 7 a.m. on Wednesdays and Saturdays,  Returning1 on Thursdays and Sundays.  Only the Wednesday and Thursday stages  carry mail.  ft ft WRIGHT  BOOT &  SHOE  MAKER  HED*-EY, B.C.  (I)  <  iii  J  0  I  PURVEYORS  OF  ALL KINDS  OF  Fresn Meats  Fisn  Vegetables  AND  Fruit  2  0  pi  -i  r  Cut Rates on Orders by both Penticton  and Overland Stages.  Inquire for Latest Fruit Arrivals.  HEDLEY,    -   -   -   B. C.  PENTI6T0N  Livery, Feed and oStage  STABLES  ==  ESTABLISHED 1903     <  Fine New Covered  Stage Carrying Royal Mail,  Passengers and Express to  Keremeos, Hedley and Princeton  :0:  Special Rigs for Travellers, and  Every Attention Paid to Wants  of the Public.    :        :        :        :  :0:-  W. E. WELBY, Proprietor.

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