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 AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Vol. I.  No. 43.  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY, NOV. l>, 1005.  $2.00, jn Advance.  I  Methodist "Ghuroh.  HEor.Ev, U.C.  I Sunday School .at 3 o'clock.  Kroning Service at 7:30 o'clock.  ;   Everybody  welcome.  \y��������� L. THOMAS, Pastok.  ! CHARLES M. SHAW    ,  Civil Engineer,"  Dominion   and   Provincial  Land Surveyor.'."-*  ' Orders'mau be left at Gazette office.  HEDLEY;      :      :   " :      :       B. 6.  |)# 6QRISTINE, V. S.  Consulting       -;  ��������� , .   ������������������Veterinarian  ���������        ==OSOYOOS, B.C.  Advice and prescription by mail, $1.00.  To make good. bread you  must have good flour. Jf  vou want the kest bread  ������;      you-must use the jjest  flour. ��������� -  THE PREISER'S VISIT  To Address A Meeting in Hedley  on Tuesday, Nov. 14  WORKON V.V.&E.  TO BEGIN  WINKLER & MOHR  ��������� Penticton and Princeton  Real Estate and Mining Brokers.  Correspondence  Solicited from  Those Having:  Property to Sell.  R H.'llOGjERS,  7,1.A:, 13.C.L.  .  SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCEII,  "'   '     NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  Household  IS THE FINEST KLOUR MADE.  You can always depend  on it.    Use no other.  .HON.. R. P.. GREEN-ACCOMPANIES  Also at Keremeos and  Princeton on  Nov. 13th  and 15th���������A  Banquet Will be Tendered   Him   At   Hedley  Building Operations AVill Be  Under Way in the Simil-  kameen by Dec. 1st  CAMP TO BE. FORMED hV TEN DAVS  The Section Between Keremeos and the  Boundary Line-Will Be the First.���������  Pat Welch's Men Will Do the  Trick.���������Kcllet, His Walking Boss,  Expected Along Any Day.  :for sale by:  SflflTFORDS, LIMITED  fledleij and Fair-view  Vernon, B.  C.  GILLESPIE & fiflSLAM  REAL*   ESTATE  ���������AXD-  WIIINIING   BROKERS  Insurance Agents, Conveyancers, Etc.  Next to Post Office. HEDLKV. B.C.  Edw. G. Warren  EleArical Engineer and  Contractor      -..,..  GREENWOOD,        -        B.C.  Cawston 8 Edmond  Estimates FuisxisriED on AN Y.ELECTRICAL PKO.I ECT'KOK POWER OK LIGHT  H. ft WRIGHT  Boot and Slioe Maker  HEDLE-V, B.C.  Grand Union  Hotel .  HEDLEY, B. C.  HERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  OLIVER & GLADDEN  j  <  .(fl  j  0  I-  PURVEYORS  OF  ALL KINDS  OF  Fresii Meats  FISH  VeoetaDles  AND  3a  0  '.%  PI  F  Cut Rates on Orders by both Penticton  and Overland Stages.'   ,<  Inquire for Latest Fruit Arrivals.  The, Hon. Ricltiird McBride, Minister of Mines and  Premier of British' Columbia, will honor the Similkameen  with a visit next week. He will be accompanied by Hon.  R. F. Green. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, and  by L. W. Shatford. M. P. P.. the representative of the district. The Premier and Mr. Green will leave Midway on  Sunday next, and on Monday, Nov. 13th, will address a  meeting- at Keremeos. proceeding to Hedley next morning.  Here he will address a.meeting in Eraser's Hall on the evening of Tuesday, the 14th. and after the meeting he will be  tendered a banquet at the Hotel Similkameen, to which  all are invited, for it will be in no sense a political function.  No invitations are being sent out, but all are invited to  attend and do honor to worthy visitors.  [t is hoped that there will be time for the Premier and  his party to get about while here. As Minister of Mines,  and thereby head of that department, he will see many  things to interest him. and among them the banner mine  of British Columbia.  Everyone should come out and hear him on Tuesday  night.    A cordial invitation is extended to the ladies.  A   HEARTY  SEND-OFF.  The   Citizens of  Hedley  Do  Honor  to  ���������A. H. Brown.  The citizens of Hedley did themselves  credit at the banquet held in the Commercial hotel on Saturday night in  honor of A. H. 'Brown, superintendent  of the Daly Reduction Company's mill  and cyanide plant, it was an altogether impromptu; affair, for it. was  not very'-generally known until the  day before, that he was going\outon  Monday morning's stage, but the banquet in his honor was none the less  hearty for the shortness of time in  getting it up, and chef Gibbons, who  presides over the cuisine of the Commercial for host Yates, demonstrated  his skill in that line by the excellent  The doubting Thomases of the Similkameen will soon have to strike their  colors. "1 won't believe' it till ! see  them shovelling" has been a favorite  expression of the inconsolables, who.  with hearts sick from hopes long deferred, .had quit believing ,-my and all  promises of relief. Well, we're now to  "see them shovelling." or at all events  those at Keremeos and below will see  dirt fly with the beginning of December, and before another issue of the  Gazette will have reached them they  will see the advance guard of those  who arc to make the dirt fly.  Contiactor Pat Welch's men. under  Walking Boss Kellet, will cover the  ground, and the latter gentleman in  company with Qhief Engineer Kennedy will be on the ground in the  course of a few days.  The grading is all done between Oro-  ville and the boundary line, the only  thing remaining being the long tunnel  which has been under way since early  in June.  Penticton freight handlers, will experience a little of what Midway has  been getting, as a considerable portion  of the supplies for the work will come  in that way: '"���������"'..-  MIXED   ON' THEIR   FACTS.  Coast Papers at Sea on Railway Geography of Southern B. C.  HEDLEY,  B. C.  :o: ���������  Civil & Mining Engineers  /VUINES and  REAL   ESTATE  HEDLEY, B. C.  sang " The Midshipmite" to the delight  of the company. When coining to ihe  toast, " Our Guest," the chairman announced that the employees of the mill  had something to say, and, Mr. Clare  presented Mr. Brown with a, handsome  toilet set with the following address :  A. H. Brown,  Superintendent Daly Reduction  Co.'s Mill,-  Dear Sir : The mill crew of the Daly  Reduction Co. have learned with xe-  gret your intention of leaving Hedley,  and cannot, allow the opportunity to  pass without tendering to you an expression of their warm regard.  Your treatment of us at all times has  been such as to command our respect,  for while you have always in the interests of your and our employers, in-j Vernon, which in leaving Midwav is  sisted upon efficient service and a f"iv ,,,, the saine side of the "river as'the  day s work.for a fair davs wage,   vou   ,,  T->   .-.     ',,���������  -���������������������������,,., .. A.  never treated anyone, "unjustlv,   mid i C" T ��������� R-     ' ht' Mlchv;,>' * Vernon were  ;we felt that in   you we had  both a ! credited with having purchased Myer-  spread which he provided at less than j friend and a supervisor who thorough- j hoffs ranch, and if so. they should be  thirtv hours'notice.   A general outline | j������ ku.e.w his ,vofk<  !,ml und?,r  WJ\OSO ! able to hold their own in  any dispute  ���������       " ,   , . ...    ; direction we had an opportunity of mi- ���������    ...   ,.    /<DT>  .. <      *.-       ���������  w  of what was needed was given   him m j proving ourselves. j with the C.P.R. tor construction rights  about a minute's conversation, and the j     We beg of you to. accept this little j on their own property.  hour was set for nine o'clock.     All de- j souvenir as a token of of our regard. I    The report credits the G reat Northern-  Coast-papers last week gave considerable attention to a collision between  construction gangs of the V. V. A: R.  and the C. P.R. at Myerhoff's ranch, a  short distance west of Midway. In  this they appear to be very much out  on their facts,"for the V. A'. A:E. does  not go through Myerhoff's ranchatall.  Thev evidently mean the Midwav and  BIG HORN  BRAND  tails were left to himself, and at nine  o'clock, to the minute, he had everything ready. There, was no committee,  to look after anything and no invitations extended to anyone, the whole  thing being entirely spontaneous���������one  party telling another of the place and  the hour, with the instruction to pass  it on. Thus-it may bo said that there  was nobody running the affair, for no  one lost five minutes time in getting it  We regret that it was  impossible  to   with having  obtain in Hedley at so short  notice,  anything better, but we know that, in  this instance,  you  will   take the will  for the deed.  'We wish you success wherever your  lot may be cast, and trust that you  will retain a. pleasant recollection of  vour connection with the mill in  Hedlev.  tartc-d in at  Rock Creek  to   build  eastward   towards  Midway.  and that   in   their  progress eastward  they encountered the C.P.R. men who  ! were building we.-t ward from Midway.  up.  The caterer was first instructed  REGISTERED  wjssfefee���������-:6������6ee:6fees6Spse������-������fe-s������^  vii  Hi  Hi  Hi  m  vii  Hi  vto  Hi  Hi  *  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  \b  Hi  Hi  ������l������  Uli  M  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Mrs. a b. Lyon  DRV GOODS  "FANCY GOODS  BOOTS & SHOES %  Millinery in Latest, Styles  -AGENTS KOU������������������  MASON ������> RISCH Pianos.  Butterick Patterns  HEDLEY,        -        -        B. C.  Union Made  SHIRTS <8b =  OVERALLS  As a matter of fact the Great Northern  men building the V.N'. A: K. would not  lie at Rock Creek at   all.   but  over on  Myers ci-eek.   a   considerable  distance  .south of the point referred to as   Rock  Creek: and on   their   way eastward to  Midway they would not come out  on  to   the Kettle River  until  they had  made a point farther east than   where  the men. attributing it to the superior j tht> (,_ ,,   R   ,.���������)SS(.S   tlu.  vivi,r  t<)  thl.  class of workmen that he had   met  in isol|tll u.mk#    Th(.   .Midway A: V  Hedley, for lie had never at  any  time  asked a man to do anvthing that was  The  toast   "Our Guest'"   was  then  drunk, that  Mr. Brown's reply could  serve for both.    In his reply he spoke j  of the pleasant relations  that  had al-j  ways subsisted   between himself and i  to prepare for twenty-five and later on  he was told to allow for ten or a do/en  extra covers.    Forty accordingly were  laid and every place was rilled so that���������; 'v'1 ���������--"-"-"��������������������������� "���������������>   ���������������������������������������������   ���������"; south bank.    The   iUuiway iV \ ernon  those who came ten minutes late avow ! H<!,lk'>'- ^ '������' hiul "������>v������r at any tune i i(. is UIulorstoo(i. keeps the north bank  crowded out, and there were 'several | nskwl a nmn tu (1������ "ytlung that was ()f t]u. Kl.ttU> r5vtM. .,n t1lt. w,y between  instances of this. j "ofc <U,ul' l������������������������P������y and agreeably, and ( milwnv nuA R()t.k t'reek. as the Y. V.  The spread was an excellent one and ! d���������u.5 f'.S 1,H w{������ltwl ^ d������ne'.. ^������ ������Poke !& K keeps the south   bank, and  it  is  was thoroughly appreciated by all the j  guests.     The chain was occupied by j  Cannot* be Beaten  Sold by All Stores  Turner, Beeton & 60., Ltd.  VICTORIA,      -      -      "       B.C.  Pinlay' Fraser, who discharged the  duties with tact and kept the company  in good humor. There were few in  toAVn who knew Mr. Brown better, and  the tribute which he paid the guest of  the evening, in his opening remarks,  was indorsed by the whole company.  The usual patriotic toasts of ���������''The  King " and " Canada " were proposed,  the company singing in response to  the former the national anthem, and  to the latter "The Maple Leaf Forever," led by Mr. W. J. Twiss, who, in  fine voice, sang the verse, thecompany  joining with spirit in the chorus. "The  Army and Navy" was responded toby  A.   Megraw,   after .which Mr.  Twiss  done as he wanted it done. He spoke  of his love of,the science of chemistry,  which made his work a pleasure to  him: of his intention to learn as much  crosses in   its  quest   for   trouble  with  each  of  the  other  two.    In fact  the  as he could of the practice in older and j v#v#.& E. oniv ufl(:. ai,out fom- miles of  more extensive plants, and assured the  men that if at any future time he could  be of service to them he would be glad  to do what he could.  "The Mining Industry" was responded to by W. P. Rodgers, assisted by  Messrs. Oliver and Studd. Mr. Rodgers, as a mining man. had abounding  faith in the future of this camp, where  the entire Kettle River valley between  Midway and Rock Creek, for at the  mouth of Myer's creek they leave the  Kettle River valley altogether, for the  other two to squabble over.  The C.P.R. hold-up of the V.V. A: K..  which was adjudicated upon in Vancouver last Saturday, was over a piece  of grouud that the the C.P. R. claimed  he considered the geological conditions | belo���������ge(1 to th(J)U lln(lcJ1. thoil. Oolum-  wore right for great mines, and he be- 1)hl &. Wostevn ]aml ffvant. n wasn-t  lieved that the camp was on the verge | ��������� mnt.tei. nf conflict in the tracks at all  ofgreatminingactivity. V. Bailey's re-1 foj. th<1 {, p R fUH.sn't ���������,������������������ ne.���������. th(,  citation,   vThe Prospectors Lament," | lM)int wlu>].e t]u,y yVvn, eIuieavoring to..  A; E. from building.  I'nticlmloil en l'njjc Four.  pi'(>vent the V.V THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. NOVEMBER !>, 1005.
~be 1kdle.v Oazctte
Similkameen Advertiser.
Run    From    Midway    to
:.->���'��� iuil on'Thursdays by the Hkw.kv Gazktti: j
"     I'lfl.VTIXC A.\'l> 1VHUSIII.\'�� CO.MI'ANV, I
Li.miti:i>,  ;il Medley. H. C. I
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Subscriptions in Advance
���J'or Year.... 82.1 m
Six Months   l.W
Advertising Rate*
' Measurement, 12. lines to the ineli.
Transient Advertisements��� not exceeding one
inch, ��1.IK) for. one insertion. '-'."> cents for
each subsequent insertion. Over one inch.
II) cents per line for first insertion and a
cents per line for each subsequent insertion.
Transients payable in advance.
Land Notices���Coitilieate-of improvement etc.,
S7.IHI for (K)-dny notices, and S'.'UW for .'today
Contract Advertisements���One inch per mouth,
The people of Hedley, and the travelling public generally, "will be pleased
to learn that travel with the Boundary
by the Flyer is shortly to be resumed,
but with some alterations, both ;us to
time and route. .1. V. Royer is now
arranging h:s plans to run it as far as
Keremeos to connect there with Wel-
by's Pciiticton-Hedley line. This is all
that could reasonably be asked of him
under present conditions, and it will
serve nicely. When business warrants
it the. old service will be fully restored.
How to HelD a Town.
��l.'i">; over 1 inch and up to I indies SLIM) J     u '.     . .,
per inch per month. To constant advertiser* ;      Help to  Ulipro\e it.
taking larger space than four indies, on
application, rules will be given of reduced
charges, based on size of .space and length
of time.
Changes for contract advertisements should
be in the otlico by noon on Tuesday to secure
attention for that, week's issue.
Advertisements will be changed once every
month if advertiser desires,  without any extra ,
charge. For changes ottener than once a month i        "  .  . ...
the   price of composition   will  be charged at   terprismg   citizens
regular rates.
Talk about the town.
Patronize its merchants.
Advertise in its newspapers.
Speak well of its  public-spirited   en-
NOTICE is hereby given that, (ill days from I
date. 1 intend to apply to the, Hon. Chief i
Commissioner of Lands and Works for perniis-1
sion to purchaso 10 acres, more or less, of land. |
situate in "tho .Similkameen Division .of, Yale ;
District, and described as follows: C'ominen-'
eing at a post planted on the northerly limit of |
the Columbia & Western righl-of-way, marked |
S. K. Corner. Lot 2701. thence running nor 1,11 a
chains, more or less, to the south boundary of I
Lot ol.'i; thence east .'iK chains, more or less. ,
along said south boundary of Lot ."ilH to the i
angle post of said Lot M'.i: thence -oulh 12'
chains, more or less, along westerly boundary]
of Lot fil.'lto the northerly Jimitof the Columbia
& Western railway right-of-way : thence west-1
erly, following the said northerly limit of the j
right-of-way. -id chains, more or less, to point of ,
commencement, and containing 1(1 acre-, nmrc j
or le.ss.
Dated at Midway. B.C.. October 12th. I!M>.
40-!) W. M. XOlMtlS. Applicant.
Capital-- $4,866,666. Reserve��� $2,043,997.
II. ST1KKMAX, General Manager .��. KLM.SLV. .Supt. of Branches
Ai.<HlAXIi CNIIKK      -      3CKNTS. I OVKK JjlO.OO TO SM.OO  -   1(1 CKNTS
ovi:i: &'>.<HHo$lu.(i0   -   (icKXTs.        I       ovi:it $KM)(l to $50.00 - 13 cents
Hedley Branch,     -     L. G. fiacHAPFlE, Acting Manager
Managing Editor.
First qiiar.
Full Moon
- ���' ��� ��� ISth.-'
Last (]iiar.
Xew Moon
Sun. Mon.'Tiics. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.
,! If you think of no good word to say,
I don't say anything bad about it.
If you are rich, invest in something,
' employ somebody, be a "hustler,"
I       * ' 	
!    Be courteous to strangers that come
! among you: they may go away with a
| good impression.
i ���
Remember that every dollar you in-
��� vest in a   permanent improvement is
i that much on interest.
I Always cheer on the men who go in
'< for improvements; your portion of the
I rust will be only what is .just.
���'     Don't kick at any proposed improve-
i ment because it   is not at your own
door, for fear that your taxes  will   be
. raided a few cents.���C'ranbrook Herald, j
SIXTY DAYS from the date hereof I intend
to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for permission to purchase 1(H) acres
of land, beginning at a post atthe S, E. corner
of Lot-MX!, .Similkameen Division of Yale District,  thence south  JO chains,  thence  west.  10
chains, thence north   in chains,   thence east
along the south boundary of  Lot   Kid to point
of beginning.
Dated the 10th day of October, nm.
10-0 Iiloii. Li:nt. Agent.
CIXTY DAY.S from the date hereof I intend'!
vJ to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands j
and Works for permission to purchase 100 acres |
of land, beginning at a post on the west bank!
of the Okaiiagan river at the south end of Vas-'l
seaux lake, thence northerly along the waterfront-10 chains, thence west 1(1 chains, thence
south 40 chains,  thence east 10 chain-, to point
of beginning.
Dated the 28th day of September. ISK)."..
40-!) Hl-oii Lkik. Agent.
VIOTLCK is hereby given that, lio days after
���^ date, we intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission
to purchase 120 acres of land, as follows, jn the
Similkameen Land Division: Commencing at
the S. W. corner of Lot IDS."), Oroup 1. thence
west 00 chains, thence north 20 chains, thence
east(10 chains thence south 20 chain-.
Kequired for reservoir site.
Till". I'auk Uaxciuni; Co.. Ltd.
Fairview. Sept. Stli, NW.i. :��-!!
Shouted up the Stairway.
The question.of ;i wagon roadtocon- j Shortly before going to press, a voice
nect Hedley with Nickel Plate Moun-1 called up the stairway, "Hello there,
tain and the camps adjoining,   is'niie   Gazette, where's Dave Louie ?   Better
fjjetDayo around and get that catapult
fixed iip." Yes; come to think of it,
where is Dave? There's no flies on
the catapult idea, either.
which 'Hedley 'should always keep in
view. To have no means of communication  by wagon  road   between   the
town and camps within a . radius of
from 5 to .15 miles, except by a difficult pack trail or by a private tram-j
way, which may or may not be"1 avail- j
ablet, accordingly as it- may be conven-!
ient or otherwise to the owners, is'a. I
condition of affairs well nigh intoler- j
able.     Tile   direct   loss   to   the  town ���
whicll it entails   would   be   very'difti-i  A  MICETJN'C of the  Board of Licence Com
cult to estimate.     Just   iast  week w<
CIXTY DAYS after date. 1 intend roappb to
^ tho Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works
for permission to purchase 320 acres of mountain land situated in the Similkameen Division
of Yale District:��� Commencing- at C. C. Clay.s
X\W.' corner, thence north 80 chains, thence
east'iO chains, thence south SO chains, thence
west JO chains to point of commencement, containing 320 acres.
Dated this 2nd day of Sept.. l!K)."i.
30-!) I-H.1.NK I). RICE.
had a very forcible' illustration of it;
when. Mr. Keffer and his sitperinten-:
dent, M. D. Hall, of the Apex, group; ,
were in town, Mr. Kofiler bad '<leci.fl--;
ed to take up the bond on the Apex j
and extensive 'development work for |
the winter was being laid out. Among {
the prep.-irations being made;   was the \
Certificate of Improvements.
'.COWER J'LATE" Mineral Claim, situate in
thu Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.    AVhoro located : (.'amp.Hedley.
���"��� missioners for S. 10. Vale will be held at 1 THKK XOTI.C'1% that. T. Ainsloy Megraw. F.
tin.' (Jovernmcut Office. Fairview, November,, M.C. No. H<:)221, agent for Sydney M..J0I111-
2Ilh. 180.5, to consider the following application I son. K.M.C. No.- .��!,'] JOS. intend. sixty days from
tor a Liquor Licence : ; the date hercot. to apply to the Mining Record-
c n Ti,������,.u���MATnin'ii-iiii'l.   i>m..1- Mnini- ' cr l01'"  Certilieate of Improvements for the
r./^n   ^i.T,;;;i,      V  �� Il"(k-Mo,m   I purpose of obtaining a   Crown Grant of the
i.im.   ..i.. jiiunui...    .M..H. above claim.
Chief Licence inspector.
!    And further lake notice that action, under
I Section 37. must be commenced before the issu-;
j ancebfsncli Certilieate of Iniprovements.
1    Dated this i'Mth day of October. A.D. 1SI05.
purchase of a,  large  (piantity   of sup-   lyrRS. T. 'M.  FARRELL announces to the
nli.-s-      Tin' list fm- s-im,. w-is- m-uli. oof ' Ladies of .Hedley that she is prepared tn
pin....      I ll(   list roi. .sum   "^ ]n.UUf()Ut-j(lo I-)l.css||mkilw in thu ,.ltot sty|Cf._      Orders
in Hedley. but could   not   be ,,bought
here. - because   there   was   no   wagon
road   between   Hedley and   the  Apex
ill Hedlev.  but could   not    be .bought ' 'any bo loft with Mrs. (.}. H. Lyon, until further
, .    ' , i arrangements arc made. 12-5
here. - because   tlvere   was   no   wagon
mine without going over forty miles i NOTICE.
around/   and   the  direct   distance  lie-! 	
twe'en the two will scarcely amount to
more than eight miles. What other
place, as favorably situated to benefit
by the development of its surroundings, is so badly handicapped:' It is
ti ue that the claims of .Similkameen
riding have been diligently pressed in
the legislature by its representative,
and that the appropriations secured by
iiim have been as good, if not better
than those to other ridings, but nevertheless, here is the state of affairs ex-1
isting in Hedley in reference to a. wag- i
on road to the camps on  Nickel   Plate!
1 j
.Mountain    a state of a If airs disastrous j
alike for the town and for the  camps. \
Surely it, is a matter of sufficient sen'- j
onsness to call  for greater  effort and
concern on tJie part of our townspeop- J ('<,nveyancer.  Real  instate. Mines.   In-
le who are thus situated. \ suraiire, Crown Grants applied
Certificate of Improvements.
���'GOOD VIEW" Mineral Claim, situate in the
Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.
Where located :   In Camp Hedley.
TAKE XOTIC'E that T. .L Frascr Campbell,
Free Miner's Certificate No. 5804. agent for
myself and Chas. E. Oliver. Free Miner's Certilieate Xo. H7SJ072. intend, sixty days from date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certilieate of Improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action, under
Section 37, must he commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated thi- 2Sth day of October. A. D. UW.
Certificate of. Improvements.
Notary  F��liK>Mc-.
"Two Ukotiikhs." "VicTOnr.v"and "Oulaxdo
Makockhitk" Mineral  Claims, situate in
the Similkameen  Mining Division of Yale
District.   Where located ���  On Sixteen-Mile
f*AEE XOTK'E that I. F.W. Groves, acting
x   as agent for A. Serapelli. free miner's certificate Xo. HSt'iloi, intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for
Certificates of Improvoinents". for the purpose
of obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims.
And further take notice that action, under
section 37. must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of 'Improvements.
Dated this 20th day of Sept.. 100.5.
37-!l F. W. GROVES.
Certificate of Improvements.
John Wanamaker's Opinion.
for under Land Act and
.Mineral      Act.
B. C.i
I Agent for:
' The Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada,
About advertising. John  Wanamak- London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co.,
��'i;. Hie millionaire merchant, gives the ! The Ocean Accident & Guarantee Co.
following sound ad
heaviest adverfisin
Then is when people look more keenly j
for bargjuns, anxious tn know how |
much things-cost and where they can |
save money. I advertise particular j
tilings, give prices, and. take as much j
pains with my announcements as 1 do j
with stock, i never pcnuit my an- i
nomiremenis to lag and never miss an j
i.ssm.' in my cliosen pub!;ca.uo.,is.     A.'!- :
"I'owia.i." Mineral Claim, situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District. Where
located:   In Camp Medley, east of 20-Mile
Creek and adjoining the Indiiin Reserve.
'TWEE XO'ITCE that, I. F. A. Dovereux, part
x     owner and agent for  R. IT. Parkinson and
]!.   A.   Whillans,   free miner's certilieate Xo.
I H8fl(i.5.5. intend, sixty days from the date hereof,
to the Mining Recorder for a Certilieate of Improvements, "for the   purpose  of  obtaining a
j Crown Grant of the above claim.
I    And further take notice that action, under
I Section 37, must be commenced before the issu-
I a nee. of such Certificate of Improvements.
j     Dated this I.Sth day of Sept.. A.D. l!rtt.5.
!     37-il F. A. DUVEREUX.
.-:   -I do the; f-fedley,
in   dull   times, j
Certificate of Improvements.
vei'iismg Hi
made !!,;.- .store- it will |
make oi.iier.-i grow to eiiormous jiiojior- ,'
lions:. IV; v- advice to -lien-hants. no:
!iiafter ];o\v smaii. '-��� '��� ��� ��� ���'>������
and l:c-..-p   everlasl in;^
is    '-lil-e/'
to   advertise
at   it- -snecp.--
Jr'iire   and   Invigorating-.
i Fi.oiir.xci-:. t'i::"..\M or 'inir: Camc, KoAnsniK,
! Sii,i.;.\"r KiiiKXi), \,r/;/.u; D. and Gukat
; Kastkun   ;\Iinernl  Claims,   situate in  the
j Osoyoos Alining jl'vision i.>f  Yale  District.
Where located :    ')lal!a Ca-mp.
I '-f'AKK 'XOTIC1-: that i. iiichard 1L l'arkin-
j *��� son, F.M.C. J17!)I.Ti. agent for L. W.Shatford.
: F.M.C.'lJ7,.lli:!, Da.nCo\itnev. F.M.<'. l'.7;��0!5, and
; Steve .vlangoi!., F.M.C. Xo. I'.7!ifi(i.';, intend, sixl-y
! days froii) (ia'nr hcrcol". i.o apply to the Mining
1 tcc<i.i'd 1 'r lor :���. Certii'iciite of Improvements
for the purposed' o!.Vii.i:i'u:,g Crown (.'rants of
; rho above claims.
I     And furl her inke not ice that a.-tion.  under
I -���cctioii 37,  mu.si. h(!cominciicf!il. uei''.>:e theissu-
j a nee of .;mc!i Cor! i lira to of .Improvements.
j     Dateo i-liisSlli i!ay of Sept., A.i>. leiie.
R:ci!Ai:i) .11. lV.;aci.vso.v.
!     :!"::) ���!.!.'. L. :���������.
J. ft. S6HII6ERT
Wholesale and Retail
General     Merchant
Dry Goods
Gents' Furnishings
Boots and Shoes
Etc., Etc.
Flour and Feed
Sash and Doors
Lumber, and Shingles
Etc., Etc.
When in Keremeos
The Central Hotel
TWEDDLE ��. REITH, Proprietors.
Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the
Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.
The CJanaciian
Bank '.of Oornrnerce
'������- CAPITAL���$8,7(J0,00p.'. '      -       .��� -        ' REST���$8,i-5O().nO0.
.    Total Rehou'rcjss (Nov. 30, '0-1)���$91,000,000.
Penticton Branch
A liranch of-the Hank is now
oiicii at Penticton, B. C.
Princeton Branch
A Branch of this Bank is now-
open at Princeton, H. C.
SAV2NGS BANK DEPARTMENT���Interest allowed on deposits of Sl.Wand upwards.
Deposits may he made and withdrawn hy mail.   Special attention yiveu to this
class of business.   ::   Drafts and JVloney Orders issued on all points.
A General 'Banking Business Transacted.
,,."    '"������.-.      Manager
]����?"   V'/s   VVani Your Trade.
Call anil ;���(".��� nor new sloe!; oi	
Cloih:;if;and iAi.tesf. Style of Hals
W. 'i. ���.':. II.  Fancy Shirts
Fin:'  lOmvhsi'  Fl.-'.nncl 'i'oji Sin'rfs
iMiU'li-'li am! Can,'die.:: Wool Ciiderivcar
Weiiliu.'i- Jiij'ture Wool Sox
iiein ;-��� 'i'uee.i Lined  u< ei'e:.-
V/e .Have the Goods
��> SHIER. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 0, 1905.  Town and Distrkft.  King's birthday ! ! ! .   ,  M. K. Hodgers wont out on  Friday  jnbrning last.  King  Edavaiid  old to-dav. -  1 The' ladies of St. Outhbert's Guild, Messrs. Innis and Dignan delivered  ! Princeton, will give an entertainment the first of tho two big boilers-at the  land a dance on Thursday, November J Daly Reduction Go's works on Friday  123rd. ' Admission to entertainment, 5fJ| j- last.     The   boiler is a   large.tubular,  cents:  The  is sixty-four years !start  supper ������i.iid dance,;2."> cents.  Ehrlich projected company to  a    brewery   in    Princeton   fell  through, and it is said that Gosnell &  Mountain sheep were seen last week J Al si lone, of NeKon,  .ire likely to take  a few miles from the Nickel Plate.        ! it in hand.  Dillier   \-   Scherbauei'  along with their brewery  Mrs. J. D. Brass left for thu east on  ���������.Sunday of last week, and expects to be  gone about a month or so.  .1. A. Jackson, of the Hotel Jackson,  Princeton, was in town Saturday, but  made a brief stay.  Good progress is being made on the  crib-work in the creek near the old  brewery site.  Some senseless Halloween prank*  caused several of the lioys* to be suspended from sehool last week.  riF. N. Lagerson and O. Hull, of Knob,  California, came in on "Tuesday's stage  to work for the Daly Reduction Co.  H. H. -Morris, Inspector of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, was in town  on Saturday. He came in by way of  Nicola and went out to Penticton.  Emil F. Voigt and wife, of, Voigt's  Camp, returned on Saturday last from  a trip to the Portland Fair. They  were accompanied by Mi*. D. Good-  sell, banker, of Portland.  Dr. Mathison spent a couple of days  .���������it Bradshaw's this week, professionally. As Mr. Bradshaw put it, he " was  having a ��������� well, a certain kind of a  time; and, incidentally, so were some of  the rest of us."  The telephone extension between  Penticton and Kelowna is making  good progress. Last week Sumiher-  landwas connected with Penticton,  and the gang were half-way between  Sumnierland and Peachlancl.  Henry Main, who has for something over a year, conducted the drug  and bookstore for John Love, at Fair-  view, is going into business for himself.  arc  at  getting  Similkameen City, 'and will be turning out  hi-yu schnapps before, any others can  get stalled.  Tin is. Bradshaw is preparing for a  winter campaign on his claims in-  Twenty-mile canyon. A pack train  went up on Tuesday with supplies,  and a plentiful supply of firewood is  being laid in.  Fred Wilson representing McLennan MeFeely & Co. hardware, was in  town over Sundav. "He is looking,  forward with pleasure to the near future when he can make the trip in here  on the train.  weighing 13,000 lbs stripped, or a little j  over 25,000 lbs when set up. Theyhad j  a. hard time getting1 it in, owing to the  state' of |the roads. About three, days  were spent by them road-building to  get through. They started back to  Penticton on Saturday, after the other.  Mr. A. H. Brown, late' superintendent of the mill and cyanide plant of  the Daly Reduction Co., left on Monday morning's stage. He is bound for  his old home in London, Out., but intended first going to the coast and  thence down to San Francisco, taking  ill on his way east, the largest cyanide  plants in California, Utah and Colorado. Mr. Brown is a thorough chemist, and his experience , in cyaniding  brought him in contact with more  difficult metallurgical' problems than '���������  generally fall to the lot of the general  run of cyanide, men, for the heavy mis-  pickel ores 'of Deloro, Ontario, in a  silicious gangue, and the Nickel Plate  ������00Op0QOeoeO0O0QOOS0OCOOSOSO6O6iai9OSCCO0000(  weather Prophets  Preduft a Hard Winter...  BUT WK AUK I'UKI'AUKI)  FOB  IT  WITH A VKRY  LAlidK STOCK OF  I. .1. Malone. one of Nelson's alder-1 mispickel in a gangue of ��������� more or less  men, came in on Friday night by special from the Boundary. He was accompanied by Win. Gosnell,- also of  Nelson.' They represent hotel and  brewing Interests respectively, and are  having a. look over the Similkameen.  He got tired working for love and  is  now going to work for money.  G. LawrenqeandC. Onthett, of Kain-  loops, are. in town this;weekorganizing  a lodge or court of the Ancient Order  of Foresters. LaAvrence worked with  telephone gang which put in the exchange here, and while engaged in that  obtained sufficient signers to proceed.  Rev. E. P.-Flewelling Avent out on  Friday morning's stage, for Vancouver  to attend the meeting-of the Anglican  Synod,- being summoned thither by  the Archdeacon of the Diocese. His  service-at .Princeton on Sundav last  Avas therefore cancelled, and in all probability the service in HedleyvHoi' Sunday next, will also be cancelled. ��������� :..  Price Ellison, M..P.-P.," and C. B.  Schmidt, who represents the underwriter's of the M. & V., drove up from  Vernon oii Monday. Mr. Schmidt was  much impressed Avith the beauties and  possibilities" of this district, and remarked that he had Avritten his firm  ���������not to wait for his report���������Avhich AA'ouId  be ultra-favorable���������but to "go ahead."  ���������Vernon Ncavs.  The, Hedley Rifle Association Avill  meet in Fraser's hall on Saturday evening at S o'clock. The association has  suffered a severe loss'in the. reniOAral  of two of its most active and experienced members, but it will not do to  allow the interest to lag. Two offices  Avill therefore lnwe to lie, filled, and.  arrangements made to carry on the  monthly matches.  Dr. Mathison came down from  Princeton on Sunday and avi'II be found  at the Hotel Similkameen for several  days. Those who have any suspicions  characters among their molars, would  <lo well to have them closely quarantined during tho remainder of his stay.  To have a tooth become unruly after  he goes away, and he subject to that  " hell o' a' diseases" for the space that  must intervene until another visit,  would be to come in for rather hard  luck.  W. J. Twiss, manager for the mainland, of the Mutual Life of Canada,  was in town last week and left on  Tuesday, being delayed a. few days  longer in getting away than he counted on. .Mc. Twiss stated that while  the investigations in Ncav York have  created a. certain amount oil unrest in  the public; mind, he believes that ,it  will redound in the end to the benefit  of! genuine life insurance. He is in favor of ;'.. ihovnugh investigation into  the affairs of Canadian ��������� companies as  well, sot-hat if any plague spots be  discovered,   the   knife   inav    be   used.  Jas. E. Jacobs -who has sold his  ranch at the mouth of Wolf' creek, to  the Great Nocthern. has bought 150  acres from Antony Nisse.il. His daughter. Mrs. A. H. Soukup, with her husband and daughter, have come out  from Kansas to Hvo with hiiii.  Stockmen in the lower Siinilkameen  are bringing doAvn their herds  from  the ranges above Princeton to  winter  on the ranches below, where a good  store of   fodder -has   been , pi-ovided.  When active railway building will be  | in operation during the Avinter months,  j these bullocks Avill prove good  stock  ' for their owners. , The herds of Lowe  and Richter were largely represented..  FORTY-FIFTH YEAR.  56 PAGES : WEEKLY : ILLUSTRATED.  INDISPENSABLE TO MINING MEN  $3 PER YEAR  POSTPAID.  SEND i'OK SAMPLE COPY.  lining a* Scientific Press  :.20>MARKES ST., SAN FKAXTCI3CO, CAL,  altered andesites and  sedimentaries;  Avere each posers; but in both instances  he Avas fully equal to the task and obtained excellent results.    In Hedley,  difficult and all as was  the task  in  hand, he scored a,decided success,  effecting a saving of from 89 to 91 per  cent, of the value of the pulp giVen to  him, and Avith  the improvements  in  the plant,  Avhich he had laid out,  he  fully expected to add to that about 5  per cent, more!    With the change of  management it became evident to him  that the unwritten, although none the  less inexorable hnv of change of departmental heads with'that of change of  general managers, would obtain here,  and he tendered his resignation.    It is  seldom that a manager of a. department can get from the men under him  the loyal support" Avhich  he obtained  here, and this Avas largely due to the  fact that he treated all his men in a  spirit of   fairness, and consideration.  By doing so, he accomplished more for  his employers and Avon the confidence  and support of the men.   If there were  more overseers of labor Avho, like him,  could combine thoroughness and effi-  oienc\r in themsolA'cs AA'ith justice and  consideration for the men. there Avould  be fewer conflicts between capital andj  labor.    Apart from his connection and  Avork with  the  Daly Reduction Co.,  Mr. Brown Avas a good citizen, and Avas  ahva.ys prepared to lend ahand in any  movement to adA'ance the. interests of  the town.    The people1 of Hedley are  very loth to see such nie'u teiA-e the  place.  Cold Weather Clothing  jJN   WOOLKN*   UXDKHAVliAK   a lid  U Fj,ANNHL SllIHTS we have the  largest and most complete range  ever shoAvn in the Country, and  "can 'supply the wants of the  most  fastidious   ' We Want* You t>o See These Goods  SHftTFORDS, LIMITED  fledley and Fairview, B; 6.  >S���������CCOSOSOSG���������OSOCOSCOOSOGO0  a7\T^E are just opening up a  shipment of AVtXTisn Suits  and Odd Pants, which, for pat-;  tern, style and fit, beat anything  we have ever seen in the ready,-  to-wear clothing line   PATRONIZE  YOUR   HOME  MILLS  Ask'your grocer for  Moffet's Best  ���������mw-wn  WW "VS  and help us to help  British Columbia  by employing more men in. our mills.  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO., Ltd.  ENDERBY  AND   VERNON, B. C.  Two Strong Points  FIT WELL AND WEAR MELL,  IF YOUR DEALER DOES NOT CARRY  "THE AMES HOLDEN SHOES" WRITE  US AND WE WILL TELL YOU WHO  -" ���������===��������� DOES ������~-Hvirr---^w_-  The Ames Holden Co, of Montreal, Ltd.  Largest Manufacturers of Sliocs in Canada.  VAN'COKVKi;. H. (.'  ������2  Now in the Market  8  Allison Town Lots  ���������"���������The .Mutua! Life of'(-!anada," lie says,  being wholly in the hands of if>- policyholders .'iiid with no bucket-shop in the  shape of a twist company at its backdoor, has nothing to fear but everything to gain, by the' closest scrutiny  of i!'i affairs.''  Future- Great Railroad Centre  LLTSON is the terminal point of the C. P. R. on the  .Similkameen, and is the supply point for the Copper  Mountain District and others.   .  Allisox will, be the junction point for any x'aihvay lines  running west and connecting with the Canadian Pacific.  IRaihvay, who agree, in-the operation of said railway, (o  make the town of Axusox a point of general importance  in connection with the Avorking thereof.  i>"VKST.Ari'".N"TK now in Allison will surely bring large  profits in the near future as l-ailway construction proceeds,  and this is now assured.  Tku.ai's : one half cash, balance in six months and a  year, with, interest at (i per cent.  sT=.:r^-:=!=E=iT=: For IRusMI Particulars ^.���������k=^=  ,.  ���������ASM't.Y TO ���������  HILTON KEITH, Ageni,, Allison, B.C.  L  HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN  HEOI_S-V, B.C.  'he  Leading Hotel oPthe Similkameen   Valley.  This House is New and First Class in Every Respect,  Being- Equipped with all Modem Conveniences���������Electric Light, Telephone,  Baths, Etc. :        :       :        :  -������������������ *������������������^Rates ModeratecN^.. ���������*, _  A. McDermott* Proprietor.  mini  in i i in i ii   in i i iii i  nimnm urn i���������mm  ������l5e mdkv. original ileshJnj.'iPEiiic filch*  in^5,'rWionas mZho er ffspper-^*  ������ur ������Etrk is dvicihj FirakW ;<?���������<?  ������iir prices ore'laser faHfie same-.  guriYtjy af cosrh lf?on etasaWe v? & ���������&  &mt lake tr-urasrS fori! tf^Bsuihuau  (riot orSerK'}? Qlhep^ales preve \\ v?v<-*'/2y*  M    - ������  to,  '���������^r.'i&SSff.wps'-'-   MA  #  ���������������������������tiO������*������������a������- THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, NOVEMBER U, UMtf.  IN HEDLEY  And  Hediey  is the supply point for the. Nickel Plate mountain, on which is situated the famous "Nickel  Plate"���������the richest gold mine in Canada���������and many other  promising mines and prospects. It is the mining and business  centre of the  Similkameen  Make  Money  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  (Joast-Kootenay Railway; and with the advent of 'this road,  which is assured in the near future, it Avill unquestionably  become a largo and important city, and town lots will bring  big returns on money hn-ested at the present time.  vmuimimjujtu i "'"���������������������������������������������������-������������-������"-������"���������"  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  Scott Ave. (main st.)     $400 to $600  Other Streets..    $200 to $400.  .... 1 dviTLd.oi  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6 per cent.  For Those Who  Invest Now.  ������  s==^^Pirch8se a few Lots before the Railway Comes^===  For F^ull Particulars, /VVeips tttc.  -AF'PL'V   TO-  ity Townsite Go'y, Ltd.  L. W. SHATF0RD,  Secretary and flanager,  HEDLEY, B.C.  e  Commercial Hotel  HEDLEY, B.C.  This hotel under new management has been  re-modelled, and has ample accommodation for  a large number of people. The table is supplied  with the best in the market. The bar contains  thepopular brands of liquors and cigars.      ���������. ���������  H. W. YATES, Proprietor  & 60'S  Hotel Keremeos  GEO. KIRBY, rianager.  LIVERY, FEED 0 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,  First  Class  in  Every  Respect.     Commercial  and  Mining;������������������=. ,���������. -  '���������Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower Similka- j^      - #-^       *     ' ' j.tL       f** A '"#T"<>T<T<T^  meen Valleys.     Post House on Penticton- iSUDSCriDe TOf \X\Q  (jAZfc 1   I fc  Princeton  Stage  Line.  KEREMEOS,  B.C.  1ENTI6T0N  Liven, Feed and stage  STABLES  =   ESTABLISHED  1903   '  Fine New  Covered   Stage  Carrying  Royal Mail.  Passengers and Express to  Keremeos, Hedley and Princeton  OTEL  EDLEY  -:o:-  Special Rigs for Travellers, and  Every ..Attention Paid to Wants  of the Public.    :        :        :        :  -:()'.-  W. E. WELBY, Proprietor.  The  Leading  House  For  Commercial  flen.  Hedley  Livery,   Feed  and  Sale Stable  HEDLEY,  B.C.  ...  Best Only Provided for Table  and Bar.  W. J. Henderson, Prop.  Strictly First Class Service.  Special Attention given to  the Travelling Public.  Teaming of all kinds done.  Horses Bought and Sold.  W. F. REVELY,  Proprietor.  A  Hearty Send-off.  Continued from.Firk't I\ige.  was a   very .-good thing,  well given.  "The Lumbering industry'* fell to the  lot of Angus Stewart; "Mercantile Interests " to Messrs. French, Shier and  j Rolls;   " Sister Towns,"  to F. Bailey,  Similkameen jC'ity, and A. D. Worgan,  C'ehtrominn,  but the latter gentleman  was not   present.    Mr.  Bailey contributed .'i poem by (Jims. E. Oliver, part  of  Avhich Mr. Oliver contended was  spurious.    Messrs. I<\ G. White and L.  G.MacHaffie answered for the genuine-,  ness of  "The Ladies:"   Dr. Whillaus,  "The Medical Profession;" and A. Mc-  gr.-iw "The Press." "Banking" brought  up Mr. Irwin, and " Monetary Institutions "' Mr. Twiss.  who" tefused to talk'  shop even  with  the great extent to  which  life insurance occupies public  attention ������'t present, but gave instead  a Transvaal battle song to the tune of  "A Hot Time in the Old .Town."   Mr.  Brass gave some reminiscences of pioneering, showing the steady advance of  settlement westward- from  Winnipeg  in tho earliest 80's. comparing primitive  conditions with latter day fulfilment,  and drew therefrom lessons of hope for  greater things to come in the Similka-  ��������� meen.   The chairman's inexhaustible  ' store of stories, grave and gay, were a  constant source of merriment.    Before  , closing the toast list he gave an opportunity to others to propose  "toasts,"  , and like "sons of the native-born" they  I "drank to the whole creation," with  1 the result that   while  none  were, put  [ under the table, .the drag *net was so  1 thorough that almost everv man with-  1 . "  . out exception was brought to his feet,  i and in each,case  a tribute, of regard  j was paid to the guest of the evening.  j The health of M.K. Hodgers was drunk  j with great heartiness and brought re-  j spouses from W. P. Rodgers and Mr.   .  Brown.    Mr.. Yates did the honors of  "Mine .Host" and   a   very   pleasant  function was  brought  to an ��������� end bv  Auld Lang Syne."  FOR SALE.  (~).VK hundred ton.-, of Timothy liny, at ������112.30  *-'    per ton.    Apply to  :������i-|n .1. 31. TTfOM AS. Ok. Falls.  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  "Ckackkk .JACK"nnd "O. I. O." Mineral Claims. I  situate in the Osoyoos'--Mining, Division of  Vale District.   Where located:    In Camp  Hedley.  TAKK NOTICE that I. F. W. Groves,.acting-.  A as agent for L. O. Hcdluml. free miner's certificate No. BTiKWM. John Greenhill. free miner's  certificate. No. JiTiKlSJ.1 and Hans P. Nelson, free  miner's certificate  No. BlfKRMiS, intend,- sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of  the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under'  Section ;J7, must be commenced before the issuance of such .Certificates of Improvements.  Datedthis "21st day of September; 1SJ05.  37-0 ~    F. AV. GROVES.  Now that the. Great Northern is coming sure, just hustle in ���������-your jobs of  office stationery into the Gazette print  shop and get ready for your share of  the rush.  Be Pioneer Carriage  and  Repair Shop'  HEDLEY,  B. C.  Horse-Shoeing and all kinds  of Blacksmithing done.    :    :  GEO. fl. SPR0UL&,  Proprietor,  The  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL...  #    ������  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Everything New and  First-Glass  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.


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