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 IT  Vn-  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  !)!  Vol. I.  NTo. 18.  HEDLEY, B. C, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1005.  #2.00, in Advance.  Church Services.  IH In the Methodist'Cliiiri:li. on Sunday Kvuning  {Cot each week, at ~:.'l<' p. at.  .Strangers Cdi-dially Invited.  HKV. <'. K. nOCKSTKADKU.   ���������  IlR. H. ROGERS,  M.A., B.C.L.  SOLI CI TO 1!, CON V E YANCER,  NOTARY J'UllLlCy ETC.  V- "    ���������  '  Vehnon, B.C.  |jH. S. CAYLEY,  V,AIMMSTEU AND SOLICITOR,  Hedley. B.C.  CASE FOR  V. V. ft E. BILL  A  Masterly  Presentation of  the Subject.  GEO. E.  IV  WINKLER,  Penticton, B.G.  \\ Real  Estate and Mining  Broker.  I11' ���������-���������������- :  ll' Correspondence  Solicited  from  Those Having  ") Property to Sell.  [I QHflRLES flL SHflW,  Oivir., Encunber,  Domincon   and   Provincial  Land Sixkveyois.  Orders matj be left at Gazette office/  SIMPLE JUSTICE AND WW SENSE  Railway Draining Wealth of Canada a  Myth.���������Profitable Working of Boundary Ores a Result of Great Northern  Entrance.���������Precedents Galore for  Crossing of Boundary.  FLYER  HEDLEy,  B. C.  r    JfTS  GLftRK  1A/atchmaker  MEDLEY, B. C  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  DEWDNEY & SPRINGETT  Metropolitan Block, VICTORIA  Real   Estate,   /Wining &  Financial Brokers  Special Attention given to Similkameen Valley  and Keremeos Properties.  Owners of ALLISON Townsite Properties.  NICKEL    PLATE  Barber Shop  EiATHS  Alex. F. McDonald  O, WRIGHT-  Boot and Shoe Maker  MEDLEY, B.C.  ^���������fe������&������S-:SfeS-:���������-:feS-:S-:S-:������-:&S-:&S-:&&������S^-.  I Mrs. 6. B. Lyon  Hi  it)  \li  it)  it/  it)  Hi  Hi  tit  Hi  it)  Hi  Hi  iti  Hi  Hi  m  h>  iti  iti  tii  iti  iti  DRY GOODS  FANCY GOODS  BOOTS & SHOES  Millinery in Latest Styles S  (Duncan Ho.ss' Letter in Victoria Times).  History is .repeating itself. In 1898  D. C. Corbin made application to the  Dominion parliament for a charter to  construct a railway from Marcus,: on  the Spokane Falls <te Northern, along  Kettle river to the Boundary mining  district. The. people directly interested in the development of the great  'bodies'of low grade ore in the Boundary were anxious that this' charter  should be granted as the initial step in  securing transportation facilities, without/which no further development  could be carried out.  The application was opposed by the  Canadian Pacific Railway Company,  and not only was there a strong lobby  maintained at Ottawa,- but the services  of newspapers friendly to the Canadian  corporation were enlisted. During the  time the measure was before the railway committee the old flag was vigorously waved and column after column  of patriotic twaddle, was published.  The bogie man of a foreign railway  corporation draining the wealth of our  country for tlie benefit of our neighbors to the south was trotted out to  frighten the timid and arouse well-  intentioned citizens of this country who  are always ready to show their loyalty  to Canadian institutions when it entails no sacrifice of themselves or the  particular portion of the Dominion in  which their interests lie.  The Piunciple Involved  in the Corbin application was the right  of an important mining district in British Columbia to secure the best transportation facilities. That right was  never denied any other portion of the  Dominion. It wasa principle which the  people of British Columbia should have  stood by and fought for, but unfortunately at that time, as now, there were  men and newspapers in our province  who were prepared to accept the patriotic cry, and were prepared to be  frightened by the bogie man  in  order  The   Great   Northern    Now  Lands Passengers in  "   Hedley.  SPOKANE TO HEDLEY IN 36 HOURS  being made in connection wifch'tlioi.nAimrtjn AUPTIT i\TI\  .nu;lage<,fthe1argcMmantities<>f coal JfUlfcK J UVmLAWIJ  and coke, used at the Boundary mines  and smelter. The salvation of the  Boundary district depends upon low  transportation rates, and mining companies are extending their operations  strong in the* assurance that as long as  the Great Northern railway is a competitor of the Canadian Pacific railway  in the Boundary they will always have  reasonable freight'rates.  A greater Boundary district is anxiously waiting for a railway. The trend  of mining greatness in British Columbia has been westwards. In the early  90's Silver Slocan was the mecca of  the argonauts. Later on the Rossland  camp attracted the miner and the capitalists.    To-day the  ���������'HO.UNOLESS   BOUNDARY   DISTBICT  eclipses Rossland, and'the day is not  far distant when the. Suuilkanieen will  be the banner mining district of British  Columbia.- - .  The politicians and the chartcrinong-  ers built many railways on paper into  the Similkanieen. The Great Northern  is now prepared to build a bona fide  railway from the Boundary to the  coast. Contracts wi 11 be let in a few  days to construct the road to Princeton, and.later on this road will bo make connections and Royer provides  continued to the coast. The, railway the stock to do it with. In addition to  will be built under the. V. V. <fc E. the through traffic from the Boundary  charter.   There   is a possibility that  to the Similkameen��������� a traffic which is  VICTORIA'S  W  n  i\  ^  For the Sinful Folly of Turning  Down Corbin in 1898.  MM OF TJrA'DE-".-NOW- ATONES  Leaves Phoenix 5:30 p.m. and Arrives in  Hedley Next Evening at 8 p.m.���������  Passengers Have a Night's Rest  at Chesaw.  A welcomed visitor to Hedley on  Monday night was .LP. Royer who  with his driver Ernest Lenho and three  passengers arrived sharp on time in  the Overland .Flyer.' It was on May  15th, the date mentioned in the Gazette  three weeks ago, which shows that  when Royer sets out to do a. thing he.  generally gets there.',''  The overland 'flyer has  to  travel  to  And Passes Resolution in Favor of V. V.  & E.   Bill.���������A. Proviso   to   Secure  ^Completion to   the   Coast.-���������Why is  Vancouver Silent?  this charter is defective in minor details. A measure was recently introduced in the Doniiiubn parliament to  cure these defects. No sooner was this  done than, the same old flag waved, the  same old newspapers are publishing  the same old arguments, and the same  old bogie man is masquerading in the  same old clothes.  In no other portion of the Dominion  would the suggestion that trade is to  be regulated by destroying railway  competition be tolerated for a single  moment. Surely is is not unreasonable  to demand for the district most directly interested  THE SAME FJ^EEDOlf  accorded othcr.jportions of the Dominion in the development of a railway  policy. In the carrying and assembling  of our minerals we must follow natural  channels whether or not they conform ;  to political imaginary lines. Grades |  are jnore important than distance, and I  we must adapt- our policy to the phy- j  sical features of the country. AVe '  must not try to ship low grade ores on  high gnule railways. If no obstructions are placed in the way of railway  builders they will follow the natural  conformation of the country. The  construction of a. railway from Robson  to Midway by the. Canadian Pacific  railway shows great pluck and 'enterprise in railway building,   but it is not  bound to.-increase week by week, the  Flyer on the eastern end has a large  local patronage between Phoenix,"  Greenwood, JM id way a nd Che.sa w.  Leaving Phaiiiix at o-.yOp.iu., "on the  arrival of the Great Northern train  from Spokane, the Flyer makes Che-  saAV at 11 o'clock at night, and between  that hour and (i a. 111. the passengers  are required'to do their eating, sleeping, undressing and dressing.  Leaving Hedley on the return -trip  at 6:30 a.m., passengers are landed in  Phoenix at 9:80 next morning in time to  take the. outgoing train for Spokane.  TURNED THE TABLES.  Jim  Hill's   Ball-players  Put It all Over  Hedley in a Well-contested Game.  Acting upon the earnest solicitation  of Senator ..Teinplemah,' the Victoria  Board of Trade endorsed the VVV.&E.  Railway Bill now before, the Railway  Committee of the Federal House.  Senator Tenipleman wired Mr. S. .1.  Pitts, president of the Victoria Board  of Trade, from Ottawa, on May 5, as  follows:  "Strong resolution Board Trade endorsing V. V. & E. proposed construction to Princeton this year, and on to  coast, connecting at New AVestminster  bridge and Cloverdale for Victoria,  would be. of great assistance before  Railway Committee. Tuesday. Send to  Clive Pringle, who represents Board of  Trade: Boundary country, reply if can  be passed without opposition."  The request was immediately dealt  with, and on the afternoon of May 5  Mr. Pitts telegraphed as follows to  Senator Tenipleman:  "Council Board of Trade met this  afternoon to consider subject-matter  of your telegram and decided to call  general meeting board Monday afternoon, with view to having proper resolution passed. Telegraph full particulars V. V. <fc E. proposals, staling  route, within what time to be. completed, and if guarantee can be obtained  assuring connection with Victoria via  Cloverdale. Are present proposals to  Railway Committee being made on  behalf of Great Northern, and what  privileges are being asked?"  Then the Victoria board grew anx  ious about  Vancouver's share   in   the  ���������AUK.VTS l-'OIS������������������  MASON <������. RISCH Pianos.  HEDL&Y,  ^asg-s-ga-s-ssssisisi-s^a^ss:  B.6.  V. V. &  E.    PREAMBLE   PASSED  The preamble of the V. V. Ac K. bill  passed in committee in Ottawa, and  the bill itself is being considered clause  yby clause. The bill provides for a detour of some 12 miles in American territory between Midway and Oro to escape the high grade over Sidley Mountain.  i\Jr. McPherson gave notice of the  following amendment: "The company  shall within two years from the passing of this act commence the construction of the western portion of its main  line from Cloverdale and continuously  prosecute construction in an easterly  direction to Princeton along the route  as laid down in the original charter of  the company: chapter 75 and 00, Victoria, statutes of B. C."  that southern British Columbia might  be continued a preserve of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company. In  1S98 the Canadian Pacific railway  lobby was too strong, and the Corbin  charter did not pass.  But the road was built. Corbin sold  his interests to the Great Northern  Railway Company, and that company,  after encountering many difficulties,  succeedi d in constructing a road from  Marcus west through Grand Forks to  Pho'iiix. To-day the Great. Northern  railway is operating the road Mr. Corbin asked permission to build. Instead  of draining the wealth of Canada into  the United States this road is draining  the wealth of the United States into  Canada. Not a pound of Boundary  (-'reek ore is treated in American  smellers: tlie ore of Republic, Wash.,  is being treated at the smelters of  Grand Forks and Greenwood. When  the Canadian Pacific railway began  hauling ores from the Boundary mines  to the suit Hers the rate on ore from  the Granhy mines at Pluenix to the  smelter at Grand Forks uvis 75 cents a  The second  match   of  base-ball   between the Hed'.cv ball-plavers and the.  Gt. Northern survev team* resulted  in   ������;UI1,,< and wired Mr. William Skeene,  a victorv for the latter of IS to  .11.    It  secretary of the local Hoard of Trade,  had been arranged to plav only ^ven   asking what steps the A ancouver board  innings,  and at  this  time  the score   was taking m regard to  the  matter,  stood 10 to 9 in   Hedlev's favor.    Evi-   Mr- Skeu,le l'el,Hod thnt 1,e h;ld h,wl m>  dently the peg men   noticed   signs  of  ���������>m.nunication concerning it,  i weariness when  thev  proposed  plav-      0n Sunday, May 7, Senator Temple-  ling out the other two  innings.    Dm-   ������ian telegraphed from Ottawa to  Mr.  I jug the  next  innings   the railroaders   Pitts as follows :  Spot011 two runs, and in   the  last inn-      "V. V. & F. Bill removes doubts as  I ings chased   each   other   around  the j to right of expropriation,  grants  per-.  j bases to the tune of seven more, while   mission to cross boundary line between  ! Hedley in the last two  innings  were | Rock Creek and Osoyoos. to avoid very  ; j only able to add two runs, leaving the i heavy grade over Anarchist Mountain,  "   score IS to 11 against  them.    By  this J 1'eturning to Canada via  Similkameen'  time the Hedley weariness had become j river, and to construct a line from Oli-   ;.^':'-" f '/. *'"v l'.Y V"'"; j so palpable that the kids in   the  audi- j vers to Eraser river bridge.     We have  ordinary locomotive can easily haul, un^m, ]imkh,B mniU.ks al)(mt.  it. ! assurances that the line  will   be  com-  I-Iedley   battery    on    the  stal.t! ph'tcd to Princeton this year, and fr.,...  ait   the  rail-  Fro m   Robson  distance  of 31,  the way to carry  ore.  to Bulldog Tunnel,  a  miles, and down to Cascade,  21 mile  there is a 2 per cent, grade,   and from  Grand Forks to IDholt there is a similar  grade. On a grade of one-half percent.  an ordinary locomotive can easily nam 1  ���������K) cars of ore.    On a grade of one  per  cent, this is reduced to 20 cars, and on j     TIu'   Ht,<1Il'.v   battery  a grade of 2 per (rent, to 10 cars.    One ! Wl'n'- Mott !l,ld   Kt'lz,M  Canadian Pacific  railway  engine can j ������w"h.'>w went at Mutt ton fiercely and  haul   from   Pernio   to   the    Boundary i ������1'tlu" (",ul ,,rUu' st,(,<"������1   innings   Mes-  siuelters about, ten cars of coke: a (it.  Northern engine of the same power  hauls from Ferine to the Boundary  smelters 30 cars.    This  OIKKEKK.VCK   IS (fliADliS  is responsible for the reduced price paid  by the Granby Company to-day.  The policy which the Canadian Pacific railway and its satellites ask us to  pursue in British Columbia is the Chinese policy of the closed ' door. Such a  policy will leave many of our mining  properties undeveloped.  The contour of the country in southern British Columbia shows the need  of southern   connection.    Tlie   valleys  I senger replaced him and held them  down pretty well until the last innings when they became altogether too i  familiar: and yet- the utter collapse of  the home team in this last innings cannot be charged up against the pitcher  although they hit him pretty freely,  when it is seen that, the whole three  outs of the innings were fanned out  over the home pl.ite. There was practically no support in that innings. A  dry rot set in and the field went all to  pieces.  The railroaders  on   the  other  hand  ! that point through Canadian territory  j to Westminster bridge, as soon as siir-  j vey is completed.    Engineers   now   in  I field.       Company   has   tour    years   to  ; complete.     This insures eartv comple-  I   . '  1 tion of road from coast   to   Boundary,  be  ton.    With the advent of the  Northern into the district  G rea t  THIS   HATE   WAS   HKDl.'CKI.l  from time to time until to-day the rate  is less than 25 cents a ton. On a daily  output of 3,000 tons a day, which the  Granby mines now has or will soon  reach, this will mean a direct saving of  $1,500 a day to that company alone. A  saving of 50 cents a ton only those who  know the small margin of profit in exploiting these inexhaustible mines of  low grade ore can fully appreciate.  Similar reductions were made, and are  run north and south, and profitable  transportation lines must conform to  them. If our southerly boundary were  the 15th pa railed of latitude instead of  the? 19th, as it should be, we could have  had our own line east and west running  sembling ores where they would be ;  most profitably smelted. But it is no i  use to cry over what we have lost. We  must make the best of what we have, j  We protest against southern British i  Columbia being tlie victim of the folly  of forcing railway lines to conform to;  and without subsidy,   and   sliouli  strongly supported. '  The board then passed the following  lvsolution, though not without, opposition :  "Whereas, legislation is now being  asked from tiie Dominion Government,  to assist, in the building of a- line of  railway from ICootenay to the coast*  "Beit resolved that this board unanimously support said bill, provided that  a binding guarantee he exacted that the  railway be built from Princeton to the  British   Columbia   coast,   and   that   a  ;'er service be  our years."  : played better  ali-round   ball   than    in  I the first match.    The teams,   however  are sufficiently well matched to make  1 the games   interesting,   and   the   next j daily freight and   passei  few matches   should   be    particularly j given to Victoria within  ��������� good ones.    As the  camps  of  Bassett'  -"*   and Tracy are :>oth located near Hed- ; Last week was showery at limes, and  at present, enabling the railroaders to j up al'.the Nickel Plate they had con-  draw players from   both   camps,   they i siderabte   snow.     It   is   said   that   as  Is branches up these valleys and  as- '.���������,,, .,.,,.*,���������,.,.11...,,., ,,,.,..<-,. r.,;,......,,,, .,,,,] ' 1 en- ���������   1,  1 ,,     ��������� ,,   ,    ; can get together a. pretty lair team and much snow fell in one night as m   any  in the absenc of Rodgers the home j other single night during the past win-  players will have to put in a great deal ! ter. With the single exception of one  more practice than they are doing if j day in April, .lupiter pluvius failed to  they wish to hold their own. | put in a decent day's work at  raining  The match >vas umpired by E. D. j since early last fall. That one day's  Boeing who endeavored to hold the ' rain in April was the only one thai-  scales of justice evenly between the j would have made a ten-days-old chick-  contestants.  ('(included cm Piitfo l������'our.  en look unconifortabh THE HEDLEY GAZETTE.  MAY 18, 1905.  '������* iKdky '<Bazetite  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  Issued mi Thursdays, by the Ili-:i>i.i-:v Gazktti-:  I'ui.vtim; and I'rm.isinxo Comi-axv,  .Limitkii.  at Hedley, ��������� H. C.  T>>  Subscriptions in Advance  1 'ci- Your ���������   Six Months...   r-j.no  1.0(1  Advertising Rates  ^Measurement, 12 lines to the inch.  Transient Advertisements-���������not exceeding one  inch, $1.00 for one insertion, 25 cents for  each siibsci|iioiit insertion. Over one inch,  III cents per line for first insertion and 5  ��������� cunts per lino funuM-h subsequent insertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Land Notices���������Coi-tiHeat:os of improvement etc.  ������7.1)11 for (Ki-dn.y notices, ivnd ��������� ������5.(10 for ,'������l-<l;i.v  notices.  A   MEORAW,  Managing Editor.  Now Moon  4th.  first (imir.  12th.  19! 15  AA/\Y  Kidl Moon  .18th.  bast q'utir.  25th.  1905  Mon. Tues. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.  i  (5  0     10     11     12    .18  u  15  10  17  IS  19  20  21  22  2o  2-1  25  2G  27  2S  29  80  81  A brute majority to force the  objectionable educational clauses of the autonomy bill upon  tlie people of the northwest  provinces does not frighten the  Toronto Globe from its positio.n  but the crucial test for the  Globe's devotion to the principle of provincial' rights will  come when the bye elections iii  London and North Oxford are  in full swing. Concerning the  vote on the second reading the  Globe says:   ^  "On the introduction of these  bills the Globe took its position  definitely against any action on  the part of the Dominion parliament directing or determin-  ino;  the  educational  policy   of  ic member for Yale-Cariboo  certainly deserves credit for his  fight at'Ottawa for the V. V. ������&  E.  bill.     His course  on   other  questions   may be faulty, and  persistence  may be   lacking in  his attention to matters  of departmental detail for his Constituents;    but on   the V..V. & E.  bill he has done  all that  could  reasonably be" required of him,  and has done it well.     Fortunately for hmiself, for the bill and  for his   constituents,   his   fesi-  tlence in the Boundary which is  at'present the centre, of extensive mining  operations   in  his  constituency, litis made him thoroughly conversant with every  phase of the question and eminently fitted him to present it.  That he has used his qpportuni-  , ties is a matter for cougratula-  jtion and.his opponents in  thio  \ district will be as ready to grant  I hi in all the credit that belongs  I to him as those who are of the  jsnme politicalfaith.    And now,  ! if he were only a little more persistent in looking after the post  office"-department  and t^e department of public works to ��������� see  that a third  mail  per  week is  put on without delay and secure  the telephone extension asked  for, he would help out his constituents very -much;     To present a petition or a resolution  and to add thereto his own recommendation is very  good as  far as it goes but   it is   not   e-  nough.    To do this and then sit  down to'a-Avait meekly and un-  j complainingly the SAveet pleas-  j ure of a head of a  department,  i'Avill never do.     A head of a department is, after all, only a ser-  j vant of the people and not a being to inspire awe.     The representative   after   a    reasonable  time, say ten days from the first  presentation of his  request,  is  expected to make his round of  these departments    eArery   feAV  days; rap liis little knuckles on  the minister's door; insist upon  seeing the minister himself and  ask  the  questions "when" and  "why."  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby i  date, I intend to  ..hen that, lit) days after  "to"make application to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a  special licence to'Ctit and 'carry away timber  from the following: described lands, situated in  the Similkanieen District:   la) Commencing at.  a post planted on the cast shore of Otter hike,!  about one half mile north  of the outlet; and]  marked .lamesWatt'ssiMith-wesfccorncr: thence j  cast fid chains: thence north .SO chains:  thence  west .SO chains: theuco south SO chains along  the lake shore to point of commencement. I  (b) Commencing: at a post planted near the]  south-cast corner of Lot I'd, marked .lames |  Watt's south-west corner; thence east SO chains; '  thence north .SO chains; tlienee west SO chains, ]  tlienee south 80 chains, to point, of commencement. !  (o) Commencing' at a post (limited on the north I  side of the wagon road leading from Princeton  to Granite Creek, aboutli miles from Princeton  and marked .lames Watt's' north-east corner;  thence west 80 chains; thence south 80 chains;  thence east SO chains, along tlie bank of the  Tulameen river: thence north SO chains to  point of commencement.  Dated May 5th. 1!i05.  17-5 .. JAMICS WATT.  0090Oe0GO0QOS6O9eO06e0O������>6OOQ0GOQCQCe6CCO6O6Oi  BANKW  BRITISH NORTH AMERICA  Capital���������$4,866,666.  Reserve- $2,043,997.  HEAD OFFICE IN CANADA,  II. STIKKMAN, General Manager  J.  MONTREAL'  HLJVi.SLV, Supt. of Jiiunehes  NOTICE,  NOTICE is hereby given that HO days from  this date, I intend to apply to the Honorable the. Chief Commissioner of Lands and  j Works at Victoria, for ������ licence to prospect for  coal on the following: described hind, situated  on the east side of the .Similkameen river, opposite Ashnola: .'Commencing uta post marked  Emil F. Voigt's'N. K. corner; thence west 80  chains; thence south SO chains; theuco east 80  chains; thence north SO chains to place of beginning, containing (ill) acres.  Dated the,25th day of April, 1!I05.  EMIL F..VOIGT, Locator:  17-5 FRED WAMTOLE, Agent.  A General Banking Business Transacted.    Drafts Issued oil  New York, San Francisco and all Points in Canada. ....  SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT  g    Hedley Branch,       -       G. H. WINTER, Acting Manager  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that TO days from  thisdato. I intend to apply to the J-Ionor-  aulo the ��������� Chief Commissioner- of Lands and  Works-- at Victoria for a licence to prospect for  coal on the following described land, situated  on the east side of tlie Similkaiiieen river, opposite Ashnola: Commencing tit'a post marked  Fred WampoleVX. W. corner; thence east SO  chains; thence south SO chains; thence west 80  chains; thence north 80chains to place of beginning, containing (UO acres.  Dated the 25th day of April, 1!K)5.  17-6 FREDAV AM POLE, Locator.  NOTICE.  Not only on  is a matter of proA'incial rights, but on  ])iactical grounds as a matter of broadened their minds and lop  the new provinces,  consti tuti 01 ta 1 gi ���������oun d  British Columbia is drawing  heavily upon Manitoba for settlers, and as a class Ave could  have no better. They are thoroughly Canadian in sentiment  to begin with. Originally from  Ontario and the maritime provinces, a couple of decades or so  on the boundless prairies has  public policy, the Globe took it-  position against the educational  clauses in the autonomy bills.  "More than that, it was argued by the Globe that as a  matter of public policy all contentious and controArer.sial questions should be left for settlement to the people directly and  immediately concerned. That  position Ave-took at the beginning of the controversy. By  that position Ave still stand. The  debate in the house of commons supplied no adequate reason for abandoning that position. The strength and character of the vote haAre no bearing  upon it. A question of the constitution cannot be settled by  the yeas and nays of parliament. We find no'fault with  those members who have taken  a position essentially  different  from.  ours.  w  are not their  judges. To their own constituents they stand or fall, if they  can justify their conduct at the  bar of their own intelligence  and conscience and sense of  public duty and if they can give  full and satisfactory account of  their stewardship (o those  whose representatives they are  they need have no misgivings.  But if not, nothing else is worth  while.  "For itself, the Globe; is quite  content to await the judgment  of the future. The logic of e-  vents will show 'whether this  course or that best seiwes the  interests of the Liberal party  and the still higher interests of  the country; whatever happens  to these school clauses and to  the men responsible for their e-  naetment it is the duty of every  true Canndian iioav and always  to seek those things that make  for the unity of our composite  population, the development of  our varied resources and the attainment of these higher ideals  of individual life and national  character by Avhich alone a  country is made great.  ped off countless prejudices. Industrious and resourceful, they  accumulated a generous portion  of this Avorld's goods which they  are bringing Avith them to British Columbia. To call them ideal  settlers for this district Avould  be to damn them with all too  faint praise; they are better  than ideal, they are practical.  They wrought an almost magical transformation upon the  sun-scorched uplands that marked Avhat is noAV Peachland and  Summerland. They, are possessing themselves of the Southern  Okanagan Land Company's fertile Avastes betAveen Okanagan  and Dog Lakes, out of Avhich in  a feAV short years they Avill make  another Santa Clare Aralley, and  the transforming hand is already at Avork about Keremeos  in the Similkameen A-alley. British Columbia needs just such  settlers. Let us have more of  them.  SSALRD PROPOSALS  will he received until  May 30th. 1SI05, for 1000 cords of wood to  be delivered at the mill or on the banks of the  Similkameen   river,  Hedley,   on   or   before  November 1st. 1!)05.  'For particulars address  THE DALY REDUCTION CO.. Ltd.,  15-4 Hedley. H. C.  Wholesale and Retail  General     /Werehant  Groceries  Hardware  Dry Goods  Flour and Feed  Gents' Furnishings  Sash and Doors  Boots and Shoes  Lumber and Shingles  Etc., Etc.  Etc., Etc.  oh  Stores���������HEDLEY and  F^ErNTIGTOIN.  fS  NOTICE.  ���������KTOTICE IS HEREHY OIVKV that sixty  ���������*��������������� days after date I intend to apply to the  Hon. Chief Commissioner of. Lands and Works  to purchase 320 acres of mountain land, situate  about two-and-one-half miles northwest of  A7oigt's camp.  Commencing at a post marked .1. T. .lames'  northeast corner; thence south 40 chains; thence  west. 80 chains; thence north ill chains; thence  cast 80 chains to point of beginning.  Dated April 1st, 1905.  15-SI .7. T. .JAMES.  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  EDWARD ATII mineral claim, situate in Greenwood mining division of Yale district.  Where located: On Douglas mountain,  about one mile from Camp MclCinney.  "TAKE NOTICE, that we. Henry .7. Ilomann,  * free miner's certificate N11. 80450. mid  George M. Hennett, free miner's certificate No.  1**1897. intend, (10 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 be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 15th day of April, 1805. 15-8  NOTICE.  NOTICK is hereby given that sixty daysaftcr  date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission  to purchase 320 acres of land in the Osoyoos  Division of Yale District, as follows: Commencing at the N. W. corner, about 10 chains  N. W. of Clearwater Luke, Fail-view, thence 80  chains south: thence cast 10 chains; thence  north 80 chains; thence west, 10 chains to the  point of commencement.  Dated at Fail-view this 8th day of May, 1005.  18 5 W. .7. SINCLAIR.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that sixty days after  date I intend to apply to the Hon. Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase 160 acres of land in the Osoyoos  District, and more particularly described as  follows: Commencing at a post in Section 2(i,  Tp., 53, running thence north 40 chains; thence  west 40 chains; thence south 40 chains: tlienee  cast. 40 chains to point of commencement.  KDAV. liULLOCK-WEBSTKR.  Vernon. K. C, March 2!lth. 1SKII. 1-2-8  GEO, KIRBV, manager.  First Class in  Every  Respect.     Commercial and Mining  Headquarters'.of the Keremeos and Lower.Similkameen Valleys.     Post House on Penticton-  ton-Princeton Staj������e Line. v  KEREMEOS,  B.C.  When ordering FLOUR insist  on getting MOFFETS BEST  Do not permit your grocer to  Substitute, or persuade you  to take the Just as Good Kind  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO., Ltd.  VERNON   and   EINDEFtBY,   Q. C  NOTICE.  NOTICK Is hereby given that sixty days from  date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission  to purchase the following described land :  Commencing at a post on the west side of the  Indian Reserve, marked K. M. Daly's southeast corner and following the ��������� reserve line 40  chains north, thence leaving the reserve line  and running 21) chains west, II) claims south,  20 chains cast to point of commencement and  containing SO acres more or less.  K. M. DALY  Keremeos. H. C, March :51st. 12--8  Cawston 8 Edmond  notice.  TA1Y  J at I'rinccton, intends to apply to the Licence  ('ommissioners for the Nicola District for permission to transfer his hotel licence to Albert  Thomas JJryant.  Dated at Princeton, May Uth. 1905.  17-5 .IAS. WALLACE.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that, 00 days after  date, I intend to apply to the lion. Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works to purchase  Kit) acres of mountain land, situated on Wolf  Creek: Reginning at a post on the west side of  AVolf creek, and adjoining W. ]). A'ouug's preemption, thence west 40 chains; thence south  If) chains; thence east 10 chains; tlienee north  10 chains to place of beginning.  Dated \roigt's Camp, May nth, A.D. 1905.  17-5 JOHN AS'. C001C.  NOTICE.  rOTICK is hereby given that, (K) days after  1    date, 1 intend to apply to the lion. Chief  rue osoyoos division ������i i um di.suici.; *. oin  lncucingatn postmarked Athol Fraxor'ssoutheast corner, tlienee north 40 chains to the south  boundary of Lot 3,57!), thence west 80 chains,  thence south 40 chains, tlienee east SO chains to  point of commencement.  Dated at Voigt's Camp, April 1st, l!)0.>.  13-8 ATHOL KRASKK.  NOTICE.  NOTICK is  date, I  hereby given that, sixty (lays after  intend to apply to the Hon. the  Chief Commissioner of Landsand Works for  permission to purchase 480 acres of land in the  Osoyoos Division of Yale District, and more  particularly described as follows: Caiumencing  at the .south-east corner of l^ot 3,408, G. H. Cabin's purchase on 18-Milc Creek, running thence  west 80 chains to the Indian reservation; thence  south 00 chains; theuco cast 80 chains; thence  north fiO chains to point of commencement.  A. I). WORGAN,  G. II. Cahim,, Agent.  per  Hedley, Ji. C, 5th April, 1IHJ5.  14-8  J  to  0  I  PURVEYORS  OF  ALL KINDS  OF  Fresh Meats  Fish  Vegetans  AND  m  HEDLEY,  B. C.  MAKE  One Grade Only  AND  THEY STAND THE  Heaviest   Fires.  Never   Known to  F'ail.  We do not make  Thin Wall Safes.  \ THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, MAY 18; 1905.  *v  Town and District.  Now will you get out ami  practice ?  F. MeLeod, of Vanermver, was a  passenger on Tuesday's stage.    ,.   ;  Jas. Ii. Muir, of Nelson, was in town  this week, tuning pianos.  .,.', The railway engineers have been  working across the-rivet* for a few  days.   . ''���������'.'.'���������  Can the member for Yale-Cariboo  understand why- there are only two  mails per- week into the Siinilkameen ?  '"'������������������.Messrs. H. O. Iiussel, of Spokane,  iVnd E. H. Julieiv,; Nelson, came  in on  Rover's stage. -  ;   Frank Bailey left for Aspen   Grove  on Sunday where he is  interested in  ���������-��������������������������������������������� ���������, '  ������������������" ' '  various mineral claims.     ,  , v Chas. Hi Woltf of Spokane came in  on Saturday and is taking, a. look  around to investigate the meneral outlook.  ''"���������';��������� Geo. Bowerman is getting lumber on  the ground to erect a residence on the  north side of Webster street .west of  Scott avenue.  : Campbell '&,Shier have been getting  iii their cloth samples arid setting : up  the goose preparatory to looking after  Hedley's wardrobe.  Still another hotel is projected for  Hedley. Mr. Jackson from the Boundary is going to build on Haynes St.  on the lot between Schubert's store  and the creel:.  Chas. Henderson, who has been  freight agent for the C. P. R.. at Crah-  bi-ook, is. visiting his father, W. J.  Henderson, of Hotel Hedley, having  obtained si:: weeks' leave of absence.  Jno. S. Snapp, vight.of way man for  the Gt.'Northern was here last week.  Desbrisay vrho conducts the. negotia  tions with -individual land-holders will  he along a little later.  L. B, de Veber, of the Bank of  Montreal returned on Friday morning  from Copper Mountain. Messrs  Sweeny and Henderson went on  through the Nicola country to Spence's  Bridge,  Readers of the Gazette who have  been accustomed to the sort of mail  service handed out to this portion of  the dominion will of course be surprised (?) to learn that there are only two  mails per week into the Similkameen.  Spring Social and guessing competition will be given by the ladies of  Saint Mary's Guild, in the room back  of Mr. Schubert's store, Victoria Day,  May 24th commencing at 8 o'clock,  p. m. Admission 10 cents, Green  Lunch 25 cents. Music and other attractions FREE.  Mr. Jeffrey sold his house and lot on  Ellis Avenue, at present being used for  the school to the local manager of the  Bank of B. N. A., who in all probability has made the purchase for another  party. The general verdict [is that at  the price paid, the purchaser, has certainly made a gilt-edged investment.  In the. report of the Methodist Conference for British Columbia, the list  of stations for the Kamloops district  shows that the pastor to be. stationed  in Hedley for the coming year is Rev.  Louis Thomas. For Keremeos it states  that one is to be supplied, and this  may mean that the supply will be  from Hedley.  A benefit concert in aid of the Nickel  Plate school will be given on June 3rd,  and a good programme is being prepared. To enable townspeople to take  in the concert several cars will be  run on the tramway before and after  the entertainment. The admission  price will be $1.00, including refreshments.  Hedley arid Copper Mountain are all  the talk on the outside, and yet there  "sirei only; tAvei niailsper week.   ;   ./', M  Welby's stage is running regularly  to Hedley three .times per < week, but  only carries the mail twice a week.  Chief, Engineer J.; H. Ivenuedy spent  several days of last week with the survey camp in this vicinity.  Ed. Burr who has been on Copper  Mountain for the past four keeks was  in town on Sunday.  What will be done with the rooter  at the ball games ? He is becoming  very much of a" nuisance and his remarks are not nice.  Keremeos will celebrate oh May 24th  A programme of Athletic sports and  and horse-racing will be provided and  a good time is expected.  Wouldu't it be a. good idea for the  Hedley base-ball team to tell themselves off into three shifts, to take turns  chasing Pinto's cattle .around the ranch  and thereby learn to run   bases!  W. A. McLean returned from Sinn-  lnerland on Sunday night and reports  wonderful improvements in that part  of the district, no less than 40,000 fruit  trees having been planted there this  season, and an excellent class of settlers have come in.  W.R.Hocking, assistant in the assay  office of the Daly Reduction Co.,. is  taking a couple of months off, and  started out on his wheel for Spence's  Bridge on Monday morning. Mrs.  Hocking and child, Miss Katie Frush  and Geo. Shelder went out by AVelby's  stage en route for Vernon, where an interesting event is expected to happen.  Mrs. Voigt ivas in town last week.  She and her son, who has just returned  from a military academy in Portland,  where he has been in attendance; accompanied Mr. Voigt as far as Keremeos. Mr. Voigt, Junior, shows that  school life is agreeing with him, and is  developing into a husky undergraduate  whose 17(5 lbs. of avoirdupois will  make him one of the heavyweights  for the scrimmages.  Dr. McEwen returned from Voigt's  Camp on Thursday and the Gazette  learned from him that the injuries sustained by Mr Shaw in the runaway  were not as serious as they were first  thought to be. Bones were broken in  the right ankle, which in itself is bad  enough, as it will mean the loss of two  months out of a busy season, and all  caused by a $10 cayeuse that it would  have been good business to have shot  at the first hitching.  Messrs D. Morrison and A. H. Turner who were here last Aveek en route  for Copper Mountain, Avill in all probability be engaged in Sunset Camp  for the summer. Mr. Morrison who  has had charge of the Emma mine in  the Boundary will have charge of the  work and Mr. Turner provincial assay-  erAvill determine the values as the  work proceeds. In extent of the ore  bodies, Copper Mountain is said to  even surpass the Boundary deposits  and the A'alues are claimed to he higher.  Messrs. Hugh Hunter and .Tanies  Wallace, of Princeton, were in Hedley  on Thursday last, taking Friday's stage  to Penticton. They were on their way  toKaniloops; to, appear in the .-Voigt?:-  Barnes case, which is being heard  there this week.  Reports are persistent that the C.P.R.  are preparing to build in from Spence's  Bridge and that contracts lurve been  let. A revival of activity in mining  properties about Aspen Grove is already being experienced as a consequence of the, confidence placed in the  genuineness of the reports.  This week cattle-men of. the Lower  Similkameen have been taking their  herds up the river to the summer  ranges, .above Princeton. The cattle  represented in the droves that went  up on Saturday and Sunday number-\  ing possibly about 2,500 head, were  from the herds of Mrs. Lowe, Mrs.  Daly, Manuel Barcello, F. Richter  and  others.  ..Alfalfa Meat Market..  FRESH AND CURED MEATS  Wholesale and Retail.  R. J. WYNNE,  Manager  w  (HEN journeying to the  Boundary Country ar-.  range your plans to stop  and rest a while at the  IONA HOUSE, the halfway hotel between Midway  and Sidley. This is where  the stage stops for dinner.  Good;. Accommodation at  Moderate Rates.       <  ���������?������  HEDLJE-V, B.C.  The  Loading  Hotel of the Similkameen  Valli  This House is New and First Class in Every Respect,  Being- Equipped with all, Modern Conveniences���������Electric Light, Telephone, Baths, Etc.        :       :       :       :  A. [IcDermelt, Proprietor.  Hedley  ry-.  and  J. o.  Proprietor.  Spring  Sale  HEDLEY,  B.G.  Strictly First Class Service.  Special Attention given to  the Travelling Public.  Teaming oi all kinds done.  Horses Bought and Sold.  r*  ED Ley  At this Season a Good Spring  Medicine will assist Nature to  throw off "That Dead Feeling."  Look up that Old Family Recipe  and let us get it ready for you!  We have quite a A-ariety of  Spring Tonics already on hand.  Win, L. Bragg of Seattle arrived in  town last week and it is understood  that he will suceed Geo. Bowerman in  charge of the first station on the  gravity tramway. Mr. Bragg has  several children of school age which  will help out in keeping up the attendance at the Nickel Plate school. In all  probability more men of families will  become domiciled at the Nickel Plate,  mine and the maintenance .of a, school  will not much longer he a ��������� matter of  anxiety to heads of families resident-  there.  Spring Reciuisites  Such as Ammonia, Sulphur,  Chloride of Lime, Carbolic Powder, etc., etc., should be provided  for now.  W. F. REVELY,  Proprietor.  The  Leading  House  For  Commercial  Hen.   :   :   :  Best Only Provided for Table  and Bar.  W. J. Henderson, Prop.  ���������~ir-**'  Pull Line of Flower and  Garden Seeds.  v# hen in Keremeos  STOP AT  The Central Hotel  TWEDDLE <& REITH, Proprietors.  Good  Want  rmmodation and Strict Attention to the  blic.    Livery Barn in Connection.  '��������� ?���������? ���������;���������>  P  Dr. Mathison, Dentist, expects to  complete his professional visit to Hedley on the night of the 23rd. As generally happens, the last two or three  ���������days are crowded with work. Those  Avho require to have work done would  therefore do well to have their appointments made in time to permit of having it finished before lie leaves.  St. Mary's Guild wish to inform the  bachelors of Hedley that they are prepared to do mending &e. and otherwise contribute to their comfort by  keeping the socks darned and in good  order. This will remove any excuse  Avhich the bachelors may m-ge for  continuing the pernicious habit of  ���������"jumping" which every bachelor  understands. Prices will be reasonable. Bachelors also who may have  more fastidious ideas in the matter of  furnishing their apartments Avill find  that the Guild can not only make, valuable suggestions in that direction but  can also supply fancy articles for same  at reasonable prices.  During the past week   there   were  rumors that the Gt. Northern were being held up on their right of way by  sundry   ranchers in  the valley,  and  the stories were very pat as to  the  amounts asked.    Among them   was  that of Tom Gorman who was alleged  to have made   a  demand   of $15,000,  Mr. Gorman was asked by the Gazette,  concerning these rumors and replied  that no right of way agent nor anyone  else, representing the Great Northern  had spoken to him on the matter, and  consequently there was no authority  whatever for the statement as far as  he was concerned.    In all probability  if other alleged cases of hold-up were  investigated they would  be found to  have   as     little   foundation   as   this.  When the V. V.  & E.  bill is passed  which will set at rest all doubts as to  the rights of expropriation under the  V. V. & E. charter, there   will   be no  further difficulty in matters of this  kind for both the private individual  and the railway Avill  then be required  to settle on the basis of current values  for farm lands and town  lots,  as  the  case may be.  JOHN LOVE,  Druggist. <Sb  Stationer,  HEDLEY & FAIRVIEW  Fairview's  Leading  Hotel   1������ Golden Gate  H. JONES, Proprietor.  This house Avas lately overhauled and enlarged, and  is noAV comfortable and  convenient.  Charges moderate.  SegrOSGOSOGOSOGOGOSOSOOfieOM  Tiiis Illustration Shows  How   Our*  Spring  Model  SACK  SUITS  Look and Fit.  They are correct in every  respect, and will not only  wear 50 per cent, longer  than a cheap suit, but will  give  you   50  satisfaction  times   the  on    account  of the superior fit, great- S  er comfort and better ������  appearance.  If not the cheapest goods  on the market, they are the  best value.  , W. T. i na ttora & Co., Hedleu and Fairview ������ THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, MAY 18, 1905.  CASE 'FOR V. Y. &-E; BILL  M*M*i  Continued from l/irst I'lifc  political boundaries.     If we are afraid i  to allow .  HA II-WAY  (.'OMI'KTITION.   . j  in southern   British  Columbia we will i  drive off capita), and our undeveloped !  mines will remain dormant:.   We must'  go around mountain ranges, not across���������!  them, and this can be dune only by al- ���������  lowing the V. V. A: E.   to  build.     Mr. \ ,  Mill asks tor neither subsidy nor favor \  of any kind:   all   he asks is to be left ! '  free to give southern British Columbia 'j  the bi-st lines on the lowest grades, and ', !  thus insure low transportation charges, i i  Surely those who have faith in the;  province of British Columbia shouW j  Hot be found advocating a policy ol'.j ,  railway monopoly, of excessive railway ���������  charges, of ini-ieased cost of produe-j'  tiou, and of discouragement to those ���������  who are developing the natural re-j  sources of the province.,;, I  It is insulting to the intelligence an<l !  independence of the people of British |  Columbia that it is the onlv portion of i  the Dominion where the advocates of!  a policy of Canadian Paeilit- railway:  monopoly would dare oppose the con- ���������  struction of a railway from the. Ainer- {  ican side. To-day in eonjunctioii with I  I). C. Corbin the Canadian Pacific are  building a feeder from their Crow's  Xest -road to Spokane, Wash. The j  same patriotic, truly Canadian railway i  eompany has its feeder to Seattle, to;  St. Paul, Minn., to Duluth, through j  Maine, in fact at every point along the j  boundarv line !  !  WHISK E ���������UUSIXJ3SS OFI-'KHSS.  It is all right for the- Canadian Pacific \  railway to make American connec- i  tions, but all wrong for the Great j  Northern -to make Canadian connec-1  tions. The Dominion government j  heavily subsidized Mackenzie A: Mann's j  railway.in-the' Rainy River district.!  This railway-runs in and out along the*!  International bondary-line to avoid:  difficulties of construction. - Parliament:!:  PROPERTY IN  Is A  Good,  Safe  HEDLEY  Investment  And  Will  Make  Money  m^wlliva/ >-s the supply point-tor the Nickel Plate iiioun-  llvUluJ tain, 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  Similkameen  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 Columbia.  HEDLEY is the chief town on the route of the proposed  Coast-Ivootenay Railway; and Avith 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.  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  Scott Ave. (main st.) ..  .  ........ .$400 to 36oo  Other Streets .......  ........ $200 to $400.  .... 1 tUv-i'l^.. ������������������  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6 per cent.  in  For Those Who Invest Now.  j  s=ss=Purchase a few lets before the Railway Comes^=====  For F^ull F������artict4lars, Maps Etts,  ��������� ������F������F*LY   TO ���������  ���������  The Hedley City Townsite Go'y, ltd.  L. W. SHATFORD, = _ HPHI   PV     R   C  Secretary and flanager, iil<i/L(UI r u. V.  and the country endorsed this project.  The Michigan Central runs its lines  through Ontario, and there is even a  tunnel between Sarniaand Port Huron  to facilitate this awful drainage of  Canadian wealth.  Lakeview Bonded. ���������  The Lakeview claim on Kruger  Mountain, owned by Geo. and Harry  Bowerman, Ben Anderson and .Tap  .King, was bonded to Chas. H. Wolff.  The Lakeview is on the Osoyoos slope  of Kruger Mountain, and has a large,  body <;f low-grade ' ore, principally  magnetite and pyrhotite. It will thus  be seen to have excellent fluxing qualities for the sulphide, ores of the Boundary. The bond is believed to have  been taken in the interests of the  (���������.���������ranby Company, and the considera-  t ion Avas $.12,500. If the bond is taken  up and the Granby are behind it. this  will mean the construction of a-spurto  Osoyoos and possibly a branch of the  Great Northern up the' Okanagan  Valley.  PENTI6T0N  Livery. Feed and Stage  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.    :  -:o:-  W. E. WELBY, Proprietor.  F. RICHTER S.C0.I!  Mclennan, raj & co., m.  Vancouver, B. C  Wholesale and Retail  HARDWARE,  STOVES,  SPORTING GOODS,  General Store  KEREMEOS,  IS* CZ-������  A "Large and Entirely  New Stock of (icn-  eral   Merchandise  Just Opened.  .Prices  Reasonable.  SIMILKAMEEN  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable  BJ.WHH.1J  Grand Union Hotel  HERRING & WINKLER, Pkoi>s.  Choice   Liquors  and   Cigars  always in stock.  Good Table and Comfortable  Rooms.  Careful attention to wants of travelling  jdlifolic and regular boarders.  The GRAND UNION is the nearest to the works of the Daly  TCeduction Co., which makes it especially suited Cor regular hoarders.  Al,7. wiims H12LP.  HEDLEY, B. O.  iTi-w^rwiiMi irrm tm  Single and  Double  Driver,  Saddle   and   Pack  Horses.  Wood for Sale.  Give Us a Call!  THe Pioneer Carriage  and  Repair Shop  HOPKINS <8b McINNES, Proprietors, Hedley, B.C.  HEDLEY,  B.6.  Horse-Shoeing anil all kinds  of Blacksinithing clone.    :    :  GEO. fl. SPR0UL&,  Proprietor.  ^Commercial Hotel  HEDLEY, B. C.  LIVERY, FEED 0 SALE STABLES  Fairview and Penticton  ���������ALSO���������  Proprietors-FAIRVIEW    AND     PENTICTON  STAGE   LINE.  This hotel under new' management has been  re-modelled, and lias ample accommodation for  a large number of people. The table is supplied  with the best in the market. The bar contains  the popular brands of liquors and cigars.  J. K. FRASER., Proprietor.  Good Horses and Rigs and Careful Drivers.  Teams furnished to do freighting, transferring and  general, teaming, and good saddle  horses always on hand.

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