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 THE  ADVANCE.
V
Vol. Ill, No. 27.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1895.
$2.00 per Year.
W.T,
BOOTS,  i  SHOES,   *   CLOTHING
HARDWARE, ETC.   ETC.
GROCERIES
We have just received a cauloai., and
we are selling the same at sufprjsing-
ly LOW l'UK'KS.     HA St. Si
If you are requiring any, call, and be
convinced that you can save money by
dealing with us.
W. T. Saatford k fa,   Fairview, - Camp McKinney, ■ Vernon.
^ PENTICTON
HOTEL
J. THUR13ER, Prop
* Pleasantly Situated at the Foot of Okanagan Lake. #
TXT   M, COCHRANE,
Stage Connection with SS, Aberdeen
to Eairview, Osoyoos and all points in
Washington.
All arrangements made for providing
Guides ancl Outfits for Hunting Parties.
ij]od Boating and Fishing.   Bow Boats and Sail Yachts for Hire.
LEQTTZBEE   BROS.   ■&   CO.
XBLO W X A..
Dry Goods, Groceries, Ready-Made Clothing, Hardware, Etc., Etc.
Orders from the Lower Okanagan will receive prompt attention.
Price j Reasonable.
VERNON SAWMILL
SMITH k CLEM, Props.
SASHES, DOORS, MOULDINGS,
TURNINGS, Etc.
All kinds of Factory work kept in Stock
and made to order.
Coast  cedar worked  into  furnishings
a specialty.
All kinds of lumber, laths and shingles
kept in stock.
The Best of Material Always Used.
WRITE FOR PRICES AND DISCOUNTS.
Sawmill on Okanagan Lake, handy to shipment.
Sash and Door Factory en C. I', R., Vernon.
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
('iinstaiilly nil hand at. Kcnsunnble hires.
LEQUIME   A   POWERS, Proprietors,
B. C. OABGIIiLan°CO.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of till kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAMS   AND   BACONS.
Write for prices.
A LARGE LIST OF  FARMS FOR SALE.
an, o. OAXtaxXat, <* pp.,     ,      ,      ABMSTRoiru
fioucrro't Scchemk Oocutt-
NtlTAItV Pl'llUC, t'oSVHVUNCKIl, Kl'C.
OIHce: Gilmore's Block, Barnard Avenue,
VKHNON. ■ H. C.
PROF. ROBERrSON
pilEI). BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
OpiOBi Marlin's Block.
Vrhndn, n.c.
pOBBES M. KKHBY, I',L,8„ -
A.M.C.S.O.J.'.,
ENGINEER  AND  SURVEYOR.
VKHNON, B. C.
r  P.. CllOWKLL,
TJUINSON ST., ViUlNON,
CONTHACTOR AND BUILIJKIt
Office and Store Fittings a Specialty.
ADDRESS  ITO   THE   RANCHERS
OF  OKANAGAN  VALLEY
At the Opening of the Okanagan and Spal-
liitiicliucn Agricultural Society's Exhibition at Vernon An Able Address bv One
Thoroughly Conversant With the Needs
of the Agriculturist.
,! —
'I
i    Inm veiy glad to lie In Vernon on
I' this ncrnsinn III set liow gond thine,*
llie people of tliis valley cnn product1'
|J The land Ih ii good one nnd sonic one
I has snid thai there, wus so much land
' ■ iu Brllieh I'ulim-hiiithiil lhe gond I a ml
! folded il up uud down lo make i-uiioi
foe It all,  and  thus lhe stupendous
iiii'U nt ii Ins   _ were     uceininled     for,
(Laughter.)    However, there  ai-e not
.enough exeelleiil exhibits nl Ihis show.
i;Tin- ipinlily is very ci'i'illtulile bill the
. nuinlierof exhllilts and exhibitors are
, Inn few to give Okamignn thut, good
inline which ils resources nnd ullnin-
' nicntsilesecve.   No uiiin in tlie valley
I lives unlo himself, nnil n farmer whose
C H. LATIMER,
VKHNON, II. C,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
Land Surveyor.
Mom. Amur Suit. Il-rig. Mugs.
Assaying and Analysis of JregIpublicspiritdoesnotTcad"him tobiiuir
the hest he has to  these agricultural
QERALD WILLIAMS, M. D., C M.     shows puis Ihe brakes on lhe progress
of his locality,   I cnnie here loduy to
mind made provision first andthesleel I leave the town, The funnel* would
followed where and how the inine of I spend it for what lhey needed from
the man led. Similar skill drought tn I the shops. Form a Farmers' assnria-
heac on a fruit und a dairy fnnn would! lion lo provide convenience for meet-
iis successfully overcome great dlffl-1ing ihe local demand for farm pin-
cultics. 'sometimes mourn to see men I ducts and when you have a surplus
tit'tlng just ns if lhey tried hy w liuck* i you may begin to expu-l with mime
ing cold sleel wilh their knuckles lo' profit. I recognize llie market difll-
llck it into obedient shapes—trying to cullies which face tbe fanners nf the
produce results by main luuscului- province; I huve nu pauncca Iii dispel
strength i-alhei-than bv mind manage, or remove them, hul I tint going in tlml
inenl. The application of guild, master* ll meant whereby you CAII solve tbeiu
fill, eeoiioiiiieul iniinugcuieiit lo hind and nverrnuie Ihem yourselves,
nud ils cullivalioii will iiinke it do bei- We huve Milliard in a luciisui'c from
ter ll) tlie growth of crops and fruits the fierceness of competition with nil
uml will make even ihe markets which! countries, Tin- building <>f gii'iil rail-
arc so troublesome in British Columbia iv.iys, the construction of huge slenui.
do heller foe you, A market never ships und the election of telegraph
"inuthers" ii man. It never gives him lines are all means whereby Ihe ends
lliure than ll can help; il gives only [of the em-Ill have lieen brought IO-
jusl as little as il. can gel him In pari ; gel her. aud nnw funnels in Aimruliu,
wilh his products fnr,  Vnu can only New Zealand, Denmark and India are
master the market by reaching lhe our next door neighbors In compelI-
consumer wilh products uf lhe lineal Hon, They play against us hy sending
quality,   Iu a town I know, liuiiecwns their goods lo our markets,   Wento
a drug on Ibe market a' 10 cents a
pound, Inil one dainty women pul. up
her butler In exquisitely nice, clean,
thus worse oil (ban wc were In losing
control of the market, unless we make
11 compensating gain in getting bettor
\ERALD WILLIAMS, M. D„ C M.
VKHNON, 11. C.
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, Eno,
I'Ateok learn—some other time when my hair
are gray 1 tuny venture to come to
j tench. One object of my coining was
to see bow the dairying service and
Hie experimental farms cnn furthei
help vou people to make the most out
of the soil and climate of the valley.
„        .'. , , .The object of ihe experimental farms
Commission and Insurance A&t|i8ll, ,„,,,, lhl. ,,,„,,,, who jive on land
NOTARY PUBLIC i'" "" 'l,"'s "''''""'"'" '" <»akc u better
Jmm^mmm__________-____, I living nut. nf its i-esoucces.   We may
lie able  to  aid   you to llnil out what
QHAS. Ei
COSTERTON,
VKHNON, 11. 0.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C.A.
Civil Krigineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates In any
Portion of the Provinco Immediately Attended to.
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettlo River
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
C. F. COSTERTON
VKHNON, II. C.
 A.g'oxa.-'b   For—
The Anglo-Columbian Co., L'td.,  Wholsale
Importers of Wines and Spirits.
Nlcholles k Renouf, Agricultural Machinery.
 Agt&aatt  Por—
The Okaiiagan-Sp«ll!.iiiitou Bists.
FOB I
crops will give you the largest returns
and by experiment to discover and illustrate how best to grow them witli
prollt. Peisounlly I may not lie able
lo assist ynu a very great deal; but 1
mn oiiuilfiil nf ,-i little maid who, far
from Inline in days long.ago, when her
muster Nitaiiuiii the Syrian, a greal
inan iu his country, neededtobeheuled
uf a dreadful disease, although she did
■ait know much licrself, was able and
rendy to say " There is a prophet In my
home land who call help you." Now I
can tell you that at. Agassi/. Experimental farm there i.s a superintendent
who can help ynu hi grow better fruit
und mole uf it. Use biin us much as
you can and lind out the varieties of
fruit nud lhe methods of cultivation
lhat are best adapted lo your soil and
climate and that, will tiring money tu
your pockels us Well ns great ability to
yourselves.
I Hnd that in Ihtevalleynud province
with iheir marvellously rich-resources,
the old gospel ottered by, Epictacnms,
the Greek, three thousand years ago,
still holds good: "To labor the gods
give nil good things." To intelligent
labor, the gods give wealth of nature
and wealth from nature, Nature has
been bountifully lavish In the endowment of British Columbia, hut man by
industry and skill must reap und realize
mil of her storehouse. He must glean
j and gain through the intelligence of
his lilind applied through bis handa.
It  is  very  pleasant  for you lu bate
tidy fm ni—nice enough tu make a control of the cost of production, Let.
man's mouth waler. (laughter,) and line cite one Instance, Two steers are
sunn everybody wanted lu buy her [being fed—one a thriftless creature, Ill-
butter. "Twenty-five cents a pound," bred and brought up in ihe way ii
"Oh! but 1 can gel hutlcc for 10 cents j should not go. If ynu bring up even a
u pound." 'Yes, lint not this lull Ida '.steer in lhe way il should mil go it will
She mastered the difficulties of her not depart from it, (Laughter.) Thai
market unci could not suyply the de- one steer fed on the best of fund wns
Illll nil at 25 reals   i pound.   Even in j being Improved,  hul every pound of
gain iu weight which In* made was
made at a cost of ill cents. Side by
side oc close by Blood a Is'ltcr bred,
well-behaved steer, fed in Ibe samo
way, and every pound he gained iu
weight was made ill a cost not. exeeed-
Itig5J cents, Besides, the latter steer
when tit to kill fetched u hetter price
by Ihe pound than lhe other. If the
ill-bred steer bud been fed ou unsuitable or expensive feed the dlfferunre
would have been all lhe greater iu
favor of Hie better animal and the heller management of which he was the
resull. We can lake control uf tin,
cost, of product inn of all things and reduce il. li cnn be applied in hull culture, to ii ti i ■ 11 ii 1 husbandry, lo dairying
and all branches of funning,
This province is blessed willi a fertile
soil where it. is arable, but ynu must
remember that that coin unions cropping and Ihe sale nf the crops will exhaust the fertility of any laud. Ono
tun nf wheat carries from a farm more
uf the essential elements uf fertility
the vicinity nf Vernon 1 am tnld nf
dairymen who gel 36 cents a pound for
butter while Imported butter nf poor
quality is hardly wanted at 18rents-
Manitoba and the Northwest territories cannot tutich ynu tn compete
successfully, for the best uf your customers. They are a lung way nil and
hutcer from them can find a mure
profitable uutlet through Montreal for
export to Great Britain.
Let me say further lhat it will pny
you hi tins proi iuce to effect a change
III llie direct inn iu which money goes
for llriiish Columbia foods. To market
nowadays means lo exchange coniino*
dilies for cash, lu ihis province it has
been Lbe exchange uf cash for food products from other produces for many a
ycnr. British Columbia money goes
over tlie llocky Mountains and down
into tbe Stales lo the south for goods,
mill il never COUies buck. There are a
lot of people uver there and dnwn
there whn are Scotch-like in une purl
uf a habit nc what, is charged as a habit
The Royal Insurance,
The London k Lancashire,
The Insurance Co. of North America,
The London & Canadian Fire Ins. Co.
The Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada.
The Canadian Permanent Loan& Invest- their excellencies the Govcrnor-denernl
ment Co.
The Dominion Building & loan Association.
NOTARY PUHLIC.
HARRY A.  GUESS,  M. A.,
ISucoessor to J. C. Haas, M.E.I
ANALYTICAL    CHEMIST
and
ASSAYER.
Xttrrrw-A-Y, s. o.
and ilis wife as residents nf this valley.
Ynu should do better than other folk
who have not Hint delightful eni-our*
agruicnt. Ynu ought lo magnify your
oppbi tiinilies, as doubtless you already do.
Your president's reference to myself
and work leads me lo suy thai while I
try to lill my place aiid do my work in
iny comparatively little sphere ns best
I can by faithful bind wink, I hope I
shall always try to serve well and never
bolber about living lu shine, Il is iu
Ihis way thai their excellencies have
 _.  j enshrined themselves iu lhe hearts nf
RATESi-Oold, Silver! or Lead, $1.00 each,; ,hl' I""1-5," "f ('""ml"- ''-v "'"""""'' ""'
Coppor, $1.50; Iron, $2.00; Cold,' K"'"1 and generous service lhey have
Silver, and Copper, $3.00.   Other given iu   llieir  exulted   Held of Inline.
ratos on application. Samples from ((llieers.)    The    encuiiriigen t   and
a distance will receive prompt at- „„„,,«,. wliirh u uiiin i-cceiyes rruin lhe
MltlOII, I, i     ll ii., r
kindly, wise counsel nf   lie unman ill
_      . „        -   .      ,    ^. ' his home
Send Your* Order to
real well,
arc whal makes him wurk
Ynu will llnil Ilinl where a
I..,,'    .     0    T |„„J   T/.-..A,  Woman wiih a noble beuri nud keen
Leoum & Lloyd-Jones m^ «^^ ^^-
' ! hand or her buys iiinke the farm pay,
! Ynu may lind Ihul lhe Wiiinun'sCnuu-
[cll which bus been slutted here by lhe
against Scotchmen—they keep lbe than 100 tons of tine hul ten and while
salibalh day and everything else lhey a ton nf wheal uiny felch $20, KKI Inns
Iny their hands nn. If Instead of send- of butter will letch $40,000. Therefore
iug British Columbia gnld for butler tu protect the soil against cxlimisiinn,
and liiinni uud I.eel, ynu would produce pai'K up what you have In sell iu small
plenty of these things within the compass or in. dainty forms, Thai is
province aud send British Columbia lhe kind of fanning whicli pays; nud
fruits in ull their luscious excellence we should all Iry to leiive colidiliiilis
for gold, it would iiinke a diffcreiitcou-1 for living heller for Ihose who follow
ditiou of affairs in this piovince. This us than we found them. Nn man can
Is the only province of Canada where j rob the laud nnd die in the largest
the fanners do not produce eunugh to sense an honest uiiin unless helsglvlng
feed Hit. peuple uf the province, and
still the producers claim that there Is
no market for farm  products.   Nu
an equivalent of service In humanity
in some other way.
It pays well to provide comfortable
For Implements, Wagons,
Buggies, Sleighs Etc., Etc.
Flour and Feed, Hay and Grain.
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $50
an acre, well improved.
Lloyd-Jones, Kelowna.
W, DALRYMPLE
Creneval     IBr-ffce-licHMxitlx
FAI1WKW, II. (',
All  Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
(Specialty,
! activity of Lady Aberdeen will resull
j in stimulating, strengthening and
broadening I he minds nf i lie v, unien of
iVeiiion, (A voice, "Thul is 111 the
[future,") Yes, Ihal is Iii thu fui lire-
land Heaven and many oilier good
| things we count on are also iu lhe
I future.
i    I   was once  Innking over lhe steel
I works in Nova Scot in where purls ol'
I many  farm  ilupli incuts  were  lieing
made,   I saw moulleli steel running
j into  many  wonderful shapes.    The
inelal appeared In splitter and boil
liki lard in n huge frying pull,   In lbe
fluid stale it  was led  hy dm Is into
moulds Ofshape such as il was desired
Ip have the hard steel assume,   Till'
iither province imports its butter, lls quarters for cttltln and other stock, If
bacon, ils cheese, while this province j a inun keeps a burse for speed, a cow
imports all these things und Ibmr to for milk, a steer for beef, a sheep fur
boot.  I do nut blame the farmer so mutton or wool, il will pay to,'keep
much for the slate uf matters—it is them comfortable.   If you havesl p
the peuple whn have been lhe business j growing lung wunl or short wunl und
men of the province who have not done i partially starve Ihem fur n fortnight
as much as they might have dune wilh ; during the winter, and put lhe wnul
advantage lo supply the consumers under Ihu microscope, jou will find in
Willi home-gl'OWIl producls, At. the lbe weakened Hlue lhe lell-lalr cvi*
same time nowadays the product of dence of the privation of Ihesheep.
tlie producer musl heek a market, A: The wool curries lnr the season a per-
butter manufacturer in Miuiitulm says j uiiiiieiit record of the mischief done. It
I will lind a market In China or Japan Is not so readily discerned byeycub*
if I cannot gel une nearer hoine-and servation in the ea f nlhei uiilinnli,
the peuple here settle dnwn leisurly to j bul I think it is no less direct, lu all
admire the wnndrously beautiful j animal husbandry lhe men whonireB
scenery—und to hope that Providence fur Ills beast besl gains from il ilu*
will upnu up > way fur llieni. They largest service iiiid profit for himself,
need iu seek tlie markets, lu suit tlie Tho traveling dairy will he In Ver
markets, and then they will keep the non nu Tuesday Ihe iind insl.. mul all
markets. (Cheers.) The distributors, who atlend uiav obtain a prncllcnl
ihe shop-keepers nf the province nre lessun on the making nf butler, from
nut. burdened with a spirit nf neigh- the sepiimlinn nf lhe cream In lilt1
burly benevolence and I don't think flnlshliig uf the huiter fm- market,   I
Hint lhey show as much discerning j examined s xcellenl lintleral tills
liusiness sense   .is  un ighl expect ' exhibition, hul a gnnd ileal nf  il hull
from llieni. Son f Ihem are too one small nnil yel sei'loiis fault, I mny
anxious to encourage the Importation he perinllleil In pnlm ii nut lIuu ll
d'f gouds when ll would |iiiytheiuhiilid- may lie remedied.   Much of the buller
sniiiely  In  eiienuruge  lbe  local   pro* I was salted Willi sail which isl oillse,
ducei-s by giving ibe premium if any Thu sail can he fell hy lhe lentil iind
lor local producls. If a shop-keeper! Imigue as uell us I list ml hy llle pillule,
buys Cnlifornia apples or plums ur Fine dairy sail only should he used.
pears or butter, ll wuuld pay him bet-[The butler will sell  heller mul keep
ier tn pay Ins farming neigbbni- une heller If It is mil. cons 1 when fresh
nr two cents a pound more, Why? made, from Ihe use nf line sail miller
Because lhe iiinney slnysiu Ibelucality | Ibiin cniirsi-grained snll.   ll  Is these
iiiid comes hack through bis bands ini little things Ihul  1 si iitlenllon,
many channels| in llie other case It You have a chance here in iiinke lbe
stays In California or elsewhere where best quality of dairy products, nud in
it dues him uu good financially. The fruit* and rnole, carnil*, imratiics ami
interests of (he meichiints and thu other vegetables, i do imt like in In*
farmers—if nut Identical are iu tbe the spokesman of the faults nf,what is
same direction, Let them both try In seen nn exhibition. Must nf Ihe ex-
keep ihe circulation nf money within | hlblli are surprisingly excellent.
I he proi hire or count ry. II could nni
haim ihe business of ihe merchants of
Vertlou tu have a fanners' market iu
Veriiun, where the fanners could lake
their wagons once a week with w hat
. iev .   .
could buy  and llie money wuuld never
One tiling mule. If you have any
iiilenlinn uf stalling a cheese fiictuiy
nr eieiiineiy. us has been spoken uf fnr
Luinby, my assistant, Mr. Riuldlck,
wlm is ill charge nf Ibelravelingibiirv,
... miu .
(Concluded no page 1.) THE ADVANCE.
MOI'MS ft COMPANY
.Phoi'RIRTohs
i upnu. Furuuisa also received tbe lecturer's attention, being briefly noticed
in its imputation of Chinese.pe-iui-buan,
I'ulilislieil   weekly   ul   Midway,  II. C.
Submiripi iuu Price, sit-in por uiitunu, payable
In llilvunee. oitlior yein-lj or Iml(-) early nl llie
pillion of tlie aiilwei-ilier.
Advertising Italussoiil on application.
Though tin- iiiiluiiiiia nf Tm: Advance are
Always open fm- the dlseiiaiioii uf matters of
subtleIiiterosl andlinporlaiiiw, wo ilu mil nee-i - •■>, ,..,11.,,.,i,,,,,„t-..M ,.,, ... ii,„,.ino„
"e-snrilj- oniluii.,.' nny, if llieuiiiiiiiiiiscxliivsaeil. ' " '"" '""" ,'"kul "I1 ff™
<-.i|.res|iiuiileueeiifii|H*m„»iliiiilure ulli mil lie   nf lbe  lecture,  tlie inn.mul   lit  which
published, . .Ilestilted   tn ilie liberality nf  those
j presenl, will Is* devoted In the schemes
i ni ilie church.
I t  huii.av.pe (Ill-Ill),III,
ilsu wus reviewed its
and savages, as alsu wus r
industries iu lea, su'giir^ cainphur, cual,
uud petroleum,
Future lectures, nf which due nil ice j
will be given, wili deal inure particularly with certain sections uf lhe em-;
pire, their resources, etc.
....,, ■"''«'     T. ELLIOT I
at
4,1
.MONDAY. NOVK.MBKI! I. 1805.
: A erilsy ill this sillier imli-
cittiis Hull y larsiitiaiTiiiliiin
ni iliis|i;i|i-rni; 'xptred.
Si
=s=f <S
MHTOiilAL NOTES.
THE speech deliveced liy I'rnfessiir
't.iherls.iu al lhe qpeulllgof lhe Ver*
11.in exhiliiliim. deserves llle iltlenlinll
id' illl who lire interested in lbe ngri-
•ailtural ailvanaenieiil, uul. only nf any
iinrtlcular seclluu, but uf I ||u province
lis ii'whole, Apart from lhe fuel Ihul
il is laden wilh Ihiiii.. truths us liliire
iiiirllciiliirly upplied in the people in
tvliinu ll »us delivered, ll lunches the
.l|lleslinll whieh is uf sueh villll ilnpult-
.11 llie In I he peuple nf III il isll Ciillllllhill,
\i/.., Imw i" check ihe tremendous
(enkiige In tlie wenllli nl' Ihe province
••iluseil liy ihe linpurliitiou nf such u
large itiiioiint of ihe uecessary fund
-tlqlfs, mul lhe conseqiienl drawing
fl-iilll p'-nvineiiil i-ireulnlinli nf large
-sums nf iiintiey. which can only resull.
iu liuililing up iit.hcr and alien stales,
jn the depletion and Impoverishment
in' our own. Tlie remedy lies in the
•hilllds.of the people. Will they by a
•jkilln.il manipulation of the grand re-
s.iurees of tlm provlncu iu llie iiialter
/if piotll.lt'lIon, 11I11I by cn-opef-aliiiii in
.marketing her producls, apply il 'i
IDIBEDTOBY OF ADVEflTISERS.
j Compiled in Alphabetical Form
And Intended iin it Rendy
Reference for tbe Busy Ones
Mm
» * A Full Stock d!
hft mmWs^ 1§;M)>#$ &M'§§$?
NERaL merchant, fairview, b, c.
!■
m
mm®. m®%M
W LaKGKST ANI) BEST-ASSORTED STOCK IN TIIK «,•
Hi Rubber Boots
-5|J Lumbermen's Overshot-.
mm
■ mum
i. 5f 1, W,;fivSP
Ha Manitoba overshoes.
t
INTERIOR
-ULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE ASSURED
ARMSTRONG.
^^mmmwm mmmmmmm
%
is
$
II.Kuyiii. -
N. M.I .1
Cnntlll & (Jo
 Armstrong Hotel
.Sash and Poor r'uriiiry
 General Merchant!
BENVOULIN.
h. N'loholHoti Ronvoultn lintel:
BOUNDARY  FALLS.
T. Ilimly Boundary KuIIh Hotel I
Coryell, .1. A Civil Ktjgiuei'i'
.lukcH. it. W Physician mid Surgeon i
Kerr UroH Hittehcru;
llciulcll, (J. A General Merchant i
* . .CAMP  M'KINNEY
S)iii|f(inl& Co General Menlmnts
FAIRVIEW.
ha Also a New Line ol'
ill Wtol Blankets
. . . W. C. POUND . . .
* idepmist and Furrier
*
§
*
McNICOL
MIDWAY, B, C.
JUST ARRIVED
Dftlrymplc, VV General Blacksmith
Klltot, T General Merchant
Simmon, G, 0 Golden Gate Hotel
Shntford&Ci)  GonorulMerchiintH
Hproule, U. II General lJlucknmith
Shechan, George J Ftth'vloW Hotel
GRAND  FORKS
.Iniiiixii hyipe past week's Irunsuc-
linns, i, wuuld seem Ibnl IheBniindtiiy
,1'reek camps are in he aroused from
.their presenl pni'liill lethargic slate
jniiiiine nf greul activity, For some
tuiinlhs past it has been uppiireiit tu a
/■lose observer that sooner or laler some
/ii'iinn itnulil be taken by llliise pill-
l.es whn, lliiring lhe present summer,
|i ne been paying this secfjnii u gnnd
/leal nl' utlelilinu, fur nut with uu aimless object bnve [he capitalists, experts
and agents appeared and reap*
lie,lied, und sampled and assayed, uud
praised au.l c-Olftluumed' the many
properties to lie I'mmd. in llie mining
/'amps uf tlie iielghhnrhund, 'One of
lh,... gri'iii iihjcclltms raised by those ,*,j#,m,,  uhimuh.
/lesiropsnf, investing in our niiiieshas -jKAINU  HKAIKIh LADIES
heen llle ciiiiiilry's lurk nf Iriinspurln-
J iin facilities, n uiatler which we have
always iiceu willing In ab nit. as nctiiig
"    . ,.     . a     .1 ,   .    ■ .     ,-    .M-'imiii, i . ii imnui i iiiiini   iiiiaiiiKiu T--      .._ -
,us u prime liielur li) Ihe deli inieiil. ill .,".... JriutlOIl Al'llu oil,
/iur progress,   This tpiestluu, howuver,
ill presenl dues mil seem   In lie  ellgug- KELOWNA
illg llie altcnljui) nf iiiniieveil iiieii iis j ,,
jnii.'h as Hie n)ie,ol'ni-ijuiriiig|ii-i perly,   !.'!!...";!!!.' '.'.'.'.i'.\'.i'.'.'.'.'.'.'. j
/mil ns a resull   ue ,ind I inn the pus, koqulino & J Joj-iWoncs Implement-lunula CHILDREN
week bus seeu_ I he purchase and hnnd-| i^jultiio liros. S Co Qinioml Morcluints   " *
l,miuiine, h  (Ikilliil'-iiti Sawmill ArCti- IS.
Units Ijiiiiiilry
Miller, M..: Keltle lliver Silljli l.ino
SliutiBon, C. K   Hitivnilll
Ward,-J im. .Brick uml IJmo
GRAND PRAIRIE
MEN'S
Arctics
Combination     slice
ar|d boot,
Liirnbermen's   Rubbers,
Snow Excluders,
Thrcp-bucklc     Eir|-
perors,
Rubber boots.
N'olsun, P. H„
 Grand l'rniri ellutel
.Hotjci'vatlod Trailing Co
niiim-iis, Birds and
Fish
Immntcil In Firnl-ClusH Sty'ti
SKINS TANNED  ANO
MOUNTED
Kill!   Itllis   ASII   Sliil H.II.K.
- II-
Deer Heads a Specialty
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Onlcrs by Mull Will Itocolvo
Hroinpl. Atlvullini.
Musk Ox Robes Kept
For Sale.
Khi-h Mad<' to OWler
HIGHEST PRICE PAID
FOR RAW FURS.
—0—
dinner of Gold Medal
At Chleago, IW, ami Won
KirKl Prize Whcrovcr
Hhown.
Pest Office Box 105
VERNON,   B.   O.
JOYFUL:,NEWS
^-QKANAGAN gAWMILL,
mm kelowna' B- c"
You can now purchase Cedar Panel doors, beautifully
made and finished; Window Sash, Laths, Shingles and
all other kinds of house finishings; Rough ancl Dressed
Lumber constantly on hand.
Orders from Ke tie River District solicited din.l prices
furnished upon application lo
!:■>. X3X&<Q,xrxm.m0 :!p:'so3p.
G RAND PRAIRIE
HOT
«: ANU P1IA1BIK.H
1,|)WI St
Ln, iOPS iilld uljjiifS
hot aX.
BRAND P1IA1BIK, KETTLE iilVElt.
(.nod Snsik ul
.    .    .       (iOOu- StlliliBg.
PRICES KEAS0NA11LE.
hclaren bros., proprietors.
IILACKSMITH   SHOP   IN   CONNECTION
Stage Leave every Monday and   Wednesdiiy
for Muruim. Witsli.
ENDERBY HOTEL
H. W. WIIIGHT, Pnoc.
:-:   ENDERBY, B. C.   :-:
Livery* in Connection.
Flrftt-clotut iKT.umiiiiwlaUnii for (-umiuerctel
TnivcllOM.
lIiiniiiiK and KUIitng in ahuiKlanuo lhrough
thi* dlitriot.
Park HiiraoM and CliifduN fiimUhoit to Spnrtt*
mon on kliortflnt nolieo.
PAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
EXCELLENT BOARD
600D STABLING
Camp Fairview, B. C.
HOCK CREEK HOTEL . .
MOUTH Of HOOK CltEEK.
XE.   nttendvicll,   TtXg
FntsT-Cuss Accommodation kuu Ocksts.
GOOD STABLING
iiirEsiU'lltilil l.'i.aliin(; un Keltle Rlvc-Mra
nmiii.     st
i"4 a   i   ''    M  «
iueaul suine uf tlie hest. niiniii},' pi
peels to he found in tlm district, Th"
'money va uu of the prupei'ties sold llllll
bonded is represented hy the sum uf
#107,000, und ve! K'-cnl as Ihisillllillllll
Js, It represents only a liilie of lhe
•value of IrniisnctioUs now |)i'iidiii«,
;nnl which ul iiny iiiuiuent may he car*
lied loeiiiupleliiiu. A few more trail*
■siieliuns sii|iil.'ir lo Ihose of llie pasl
wi-k, nnd lhe I'm ure of lhe lliiiuiilniy
/'reek eunips Is assured.
. e r   	
CATUFJ STEALING.
liy the resull.-, viz., lhe arrest uf
.several parties ami I ltd coiivielion of
-ainne, this poi'lion of lhe province
seems fur sonic lime past lo have heen
sillTel'ini! from n regular epidemic'of
.entile sl ("ill illy: wliieli. like ull n'ller
.e'iileinies. uiiisl surely run its euui-se,
'I'll - iuu1, e is mil I'oiiiiiied In ihis side
ul iiie line, as only a week or so ago a
party hy lhe iiniiiu of llulfulu [lill was
;irresli'd uiel laken lo Oro. Wash., on
llie chill'Hi' iifsleullnn eullleonihe Oul-
villei'eserviitiini. '1'lie man wlioislhe
iiniiiil possessor of lhe eelelu-iled and
nigliMiiunliiiK psi'iidunyiii has, fnr
;s!inie veins past, heen a resident uf lhe;
reaerviilinn. having lived upon .Myer's
.creek, a Irilinluryof Kettle I'l vur, w hieli
euiptles iulu the iaver just un ihis side
nf the lima ll is In he hoped Mr. liuf
la'ii William will receive justice at tlie
tenuis of llie milliiirilies, There isa
*.lying ihul lnill aliuiil is fair piny,and
if ihis he I he case there is nothing unfair ahuiil lhe nelinii nf our ullirers
Aiil'i. as a resull nf illforlllilliull re-
l-eileil a lew ilnva ll(JO, lllTl'slI'll two
llleil I'm- ennllllllling lhe siime ull'elice
/mil tiink Ihem In llle Oanyoiis luck-lip,
■w'i.'ii- lhey auuil no invesligiilinu
jnli. llie enae. .Inek Reims ami Al'lliin'
llhlt'k are lh" liiilues of llie ueellsed.
Ii is eliiimeii they huve heen paying
,iiii.iiiinii io Mr. T. Ullls'linndnfca'tlle,
,4 4
CHINA'S RESOURCES,
On Wednesday evening liwl n very
Interest lug nnd Inslruytlvu lei'lure was
ll 'liven i| in   llle  seliniil   house   111'   tile
It ■.. Mr. I'.iluii of (iriinil I'rnirle, nn
III'- RlllyVl'l, "Olllllll, and Mel- He
s iill-ces. Whal hul illlllilinlllll In-
liae-l In lhe I't-tilli* lias llie fuel llllll
Mr. I'.iimi sp .l.e I'm,n pei-sniinl ex-
uei'lenee, and (llsi'iini'sed inily on side
Jells tvlliell hull eiilne under his nl'Sel'.
'. ali'in whi!" ail illg us ull ilgiail nf llle
.Scull li und lii-ili-.il mul Foreign Billie
socldlies, n p ii-ilinn wliieli lie Iii lil I'm
il i "rind nf fifteen \e ua. (lining which
lime he It'iiveli'd uver n greale pul--
/i ui nf lhe I'hinc.e uinpil'e, As this
w.is n surl nf |ue|i;ii'iilnry leelure In n
.- 'I'll'S which will he  given ill stilled in-
.-a1- 'liiaiig ll|" winter; (1111 snhjecl
 Okiuiugiiti Sniviiilu
LADNERS
lliiiclicrson, K Mainland NUrscry'Co i
Vi
GERMAN SOCKS anil FELT BOOT..
MEAKIN
IDl'Kli   .'        I'll
•f -,-'   ■.    -r    -,-m ■., a,-   .    •»■■    •i'*  .a
k A ''  H *v  : \\  $? A
ikO, i.,-i.........i,i-.j:..i. ai,jAi,! ■
■   PROPRIETOR
a.
; . L* ••   , i "
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.  .  ' I
LUMBY       Resepva n pa ing Co.
Moi'iuid. \t Ram's Horn Hotel;
MIDWAY ,,,.;;
 ti
 Stationer, Kto
.. Feed ami Livery .Stahle ffi^
 ..'....'. Hnteliei'H W)
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,1. S. DOXALDSON
(Joryoll, J.A	
Qucss, Harry A..
Huns. .I.A	
Hunt, Edward A
Ingiliii, JI	
Kei- tll-us	
L'liuiine'v Pott'OW Suwuitl
MeNii'iil, ,1 (lenel'lll Mercliant
Mi-AuliiyS: Liunly Htiniidary Hotel   (ffl
Jlilliiir.il llliicksinllli  X   i o ii,.        r
Karris, W, H Agont Midway Tovvnalto \ffl a l"n Ll"e ol
Huod.J.W  Wiiliiuuiikei' uml Jeweler iffl
:::::::::'::::::::::::::::::::::::;::;:: m
PENTICTON 1|
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S|i|.|iulii, A. (I Express uud Hlttytu line ' ,;£)
Tluii'lmi', J Ponticton Hotel; tjv
Walker, II... t'liiilii-ton Livery mul Sule SUililc ] ti)
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ROCK  CREEK ti
■.-■!.'. 111,1
MAIN U •   ERY  COMPANY
".TTfBII.KK FARM,"
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA   -
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Civil Eiigilieer   2C pr
 Asmtye.. cMl vS'1/--, r* it ,,    r    , ,.,,*• i    r-   i
Mtiiii«Knginucr ^ CHEMIST & DHtfutfliiT fMI i"'ECtALTIES—Varieties Profitable m British Columbia;
Trees Free from Pests.
VERNON, B. C.
Drugs
Patent Medicines
ToilctJAiticles
Trusses, Ac.
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I'unkle I< lioiiiild Teamsters uml I'-relgliteiH
PlltOllllflgll, II Itoiik Creek llolel
t Mall   Orders   From   the  Lower
Country   Will   Receive
Prompt Attention.
SPOKANE
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(Jenowayn & MoAvlney Nuwory ■
SiiukniiL' KnllHand Noi'ilu.ni Rnllway j
SPOKANE FALLS
mUT   AND ORNAMEXTAI, TREES,  PLANTS AND VINES.
Send for Free Catalogue.   |   E. Hutcherson, Manager.
SADDLE HORSES
. . 8INQLE AND DOUBLE DRIVER8 . .IBUQQIES FOR HIRE
n
dWay
Feed; ar\.d Ijiv'ervj
Maokay Inqrim ■ • . Proprietor.
Slab
;es
. Pahtibs Driven to Mauoub, Penticton anii Otiiek Points
VERNON
and
AniiKlrong, IV. .1       tliii'ihviu-ii Jli'i'rlinnl
Hunk of .M .mu .nl IJ. A. 11 iinl
Hillings, IVoil. ll.u-i'lKloj'
i'niii|ilii,'ll Hi™ Kiiriillui'i'
Ciiiliiiini.. W. JI     .  HuuVltur
I'l-uivell. T, V.   .   ...
I'lirtlerlnll, ('. V       .I'liluuiinniiill llllll llimu'illli'li
Coryell, J A  Civil Engineer
i -i.iiieriiui, (', K UiiwiiissiDii uml lnsurnlioe: A ,    »«,_,..._•,  ■■_-   »_   u_. .
, a,i.i„i,.i.s    Chemist and Urugglsl 0n|y thpoufln line to  Nelson
iini'diicr, w,     ..Livery Eoed antl Bale Stable
Hiili'liliiHini uml lliiviilnnii Kliiill- mid l''uiid
Jacques, K, I) IViitcliniokor tuul Jowoler
ICortiy, [i'oi'Iios JI Civil Engineer
liitlnur, E, ll Civil Engineer uud Assayor
Jtiii'llii Urns IliirilWiu'eJIcreliiinls
ile»ki.,.\V..I KiileiimlkuIIuleli ll'|-";i','kly   lwtwue"   Nurtliport   mill
llynr, V. A Vornon Private College i      Nelson.
Ireuleil   weli.n Inn   vurleii'ln niiniii nl j Mnr|iliyillul Eiilllklinr Victoria llolel I omS{, N()11T„ ,,.„„,. S()U,ni
their lieini! repui-li'd   in   exlensu, lhe  S'lclipllos and Honouf Agricultural Imp. UAPfllti       ami
(INriiliiiiillimnie   Soda Water Works llllll. "1 MAHdUS 2.20 p. in.
siiitlfui-il uinl Co ..: (lonoral McrcliniitR ~ ; •
^,  .,   . ., , ,.„., „ , , i,ii,in.,„,.     On liieKilii.vii, IliurailiiyN.iindSiitiii'ilR.vs.imii
Hlmtfotd. S. A Dry Hoods and Milliner) . „.„. ,.„„ t||,,,;„t,ll ,„ N.(||s',mi     ( 1|)j( a| j.^   ,„
Siiijtli mul (Ilerlli  Vorniln Hiiwinill, niaklug close eonnoel tun wtt ll tlio steamer Mel-
Tnvlor, It. N I'licinlBtanil llnigglst.w'n'oi'Kiislo iiiid a" luko points, arriving ul
,,,.'„,      .,   ,,        ,,i   ii     .io ..  .   Kus o a  coo pan. iiiiiin i am.   (ettirnltig, nan.
\,-il!im,ia.(l.:i-,ilil..    ...Pliysoini aiidSuwooii U        „.n, |,,,u.c ,„kc ^lm ,„„, Nl,,;,'„> „„
Win-gun, A.!» .' '.... l*linlogrii|ilier Mondays, WeiliHis.liiys unit Eridays, iirrlvlng ul
:;:::;: NORTHERN RAILWAY
.,,.,,    Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway
ALL RAIL  TO NELSON,  B.  C.
Kaslo, Kootenay Lake
and Slocan Points.
Daily (except Sunday) hctween Spn*
■   kiine nnd Nui'llipnrl.
I leu nf Illl. Incline! lieing In review lhe
w hiile held, in, ll wile. Ill the inlirse
i f,lliu leelui'iai*|iii:e idea wns given nf
I he   iiu-l   exliilll   ui  Iiie uinplrc,  lhe
Illl 1111-111 I'.aillirea nf l|i" ennillry, llle
p ill ill' inn i|f llu''  llill'erelll   |iriivineeS.
rlassllleatliiniif i's elites, Inn iin mill
Hi'ii'ir plii'-es: i'iii ilsiillteiuls,diiileelsi   -
mi In*, nl Huve! an I lhe great utility nf   '
in. rirert  nnil  iiuiala I'm- traffic (lite
fortuity uf listnll,/is seeivln llieprn-  .
ihiels, iind nf Ilm IreinendniiS wenllhl
/if iier mil.em!...   The dlffi'i'i'iit I loll*! ruiiuiiiiiii Itnhd Drill Co
pi  "I«   lit   il illll*   Were   lllsll  Inllehed.; Jhirlln Kir/. Afiii-('o,
[VilSCELLANEOUS
■ Hpdltnno sanio cla-
Paanoilgcra fnr Kettlo Hirer and nmnidary
Creek eonneet at MwenH wiih nl»tfc D.ui.y,
For THAIL CHKICK MINKS connect at
Northpott willi Htiino lino dally.
Kiir Nakii«]iaiid Itovolsliikeeiinnect nt NorMi
. , |1-1 '   "'    .'"■"■■-'ll .IUU   I IU Ilinl 1IIVV I.IMIMUIII   IVI   illl
■ Slii'i'liruoke. Qun  porj ,v|||, |„.„| WcluuHiliivs fti-'l Sutui'iliiyB.
Ni'ir Itnveti. I'inlii ; nus,'IMf
4.14.i v*> 4.14,4 4,14,4 4,14,14,1 <,?<iv7;f ?j?v* *KWwv;rtiw;rf;?5;??;j'
^iFURNITUREl^
Si     —«*-       Is
gg I CHEAPER THAN EVER I »
g I -Campbell Bros.-1 g
ml
Ph
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I -Campbell Bros.-1
M   HA St &   I
cp
^ I TWO CARLOADS JDST ARRIVE!) Iw
iii   ROSSLAND, B. C. VERNON, B. C.    X
a.iSt at^tt, ataiKitiit at^it,atat at aJiaJja'' at at at at at at at at Kit at
<Si,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4.1 4,1 4,14,1 4,1 4,1 4,1    4,4 4,14,i ftft 4,77,14STST'S4SVST'S
Have You a Cough or Cold?
TRY"TUSSINE."
SS £ixi.«i BOc. poi- Uoitlilo
Hpopftrcd and Sold Only by
     MANUFACTURED AT    	
GRAND. . .
.. . PRAIRIE
R.N.TAYLOR,- ", WARD,
THE DRUGGIST, VERNON, Bhicki.aykr Axn 7>i.abtkiikr.
II.   KEY.I"  ■■.   i 'rop.
I loud Aci onnnnilation,
I .     l-,ii|uni<s iiwI i .■ irs
Ifirsl-I'l'l ■ ■' a    a...
. ■■/■:,:.'   :  ;-. ■-;■,
■r'QR -ir\.-i- .
BlpOU'ltP JHOJEL*
OKAJIACAW ms/m. R. c.
i Ins iB <t sp!t:i)'.litlly rtlilshod liuusc iuuido
and iMit.aiiuivi new, ,vithgjud dtnblo and but
bnildingK, is contrally lumie;! in the Ta'.lcy
and oominamla a good trade. It stands mi iu
own grounds of two and a hall aercs in extent,
and ina good lnvcKimont.
ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP
WITH
COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
This building in two slums nigh and eta
on its own ground nf half un acre in extent   n
is in a commanding buRincx* portion.
Foil ThkmhAitlyto
D. NICHOLSON,
Okanaoan Mission
MARTIN   BROS.
liK.WHNCJ HOrSK FOK
Hardware, Stove, Tinware, Paints, Oils
TTex^xxozi., B. C.
:All orilers promplly attended tin-
Grand Forks, B.C.
Table Showing the Dates and Places of Courts
of Assize. Nisi Prills, Oyer and Terminer
and General Gaol Delivery for the
Year 1895.
PAH ASSIZKB.
(1111111111 Thursday, ami September
llhihllold Monday. .Kllli Seiiliimlioi
Iviiniloops Monday, 71 ti (lutnbai'
Vernon Monday, Uth (lelolw
l.vlton l''i'l'la,v. Illli IJotobui
Ne\vW(.»liiiliiBler..WeillU'Silny.Ulli Nnvclllbor
Vioiiuti ver Mundiiy. 11 Hi Nnvoiiilier
Vielorin Tiliisduy, 181b Nuviiiiibet
Nannlino 'fnraday, 2U|li Novombff
'Spfi'lul A(l|r HUMS %
•llaTlll'ltOUHilC.U.   BEPOBT.
Lit 10 l/ing 118" 50
Altitude. 1,800 feet above sea level.
'iiiinf.i 11 for week. .00 of an ineli.
rKMI'lIUATl'llK Slltt   WKKK   KS1IINO     SUV.   3.
Max. Min
Oct. ffl  10 15
" -29  Sl 11
" 30  50.S 19
" 31  45 10
Nov. 1  H.i 22
•' 2  12 9.5
" 3  14.5 12
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LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Mr. H. A. Guess, whn recently broke
Ilis leg, is progressing favorably,
Mr. D. Mi'liluiig, who recently was
so very ill, is now convalescent and
utile to lie around again.
The Town-rite company ndvortise in
tliis issiio for tenders for the erection
ofJi dwelling house.
All placer claims in the Osoyoos
division have been lllld uver hy the
gold commissioner from 1st November
1806 to 1st June, 1890,
Mr. Seott Mcllue a few days since,
returned fi mn a very successful hunting and prospecting trip up the Wesl
Fork of Kettle river. Some nice mountain sheepiiud gnat heads were secured,
asalsnsouie good luo'. ...J ..pechneiis
of quartz.
On Wednesday lust another large
drove of lieef cuttle passed through
Midway on llieir way to Hussland and
Trail, lieing taken uver by Mr. (laws-
ton. The enormous number of cattle
consumed this summer points a true
index linger to the activity of thai
section, and would suggest Unit the
cnnsiiiucrs were not nil Americans,
lint part at least must have come from
across the (Kind,
A four horse loud of brick passed
through town un Friday lust bun ml
for the Okiinagau. When n commodity like this has to la* hauled 100
tulles by team, to say nothing of its
being an expensive luxury to Ihe purchaser, il shows lbe necessity for the
establishment of a blanch of this business right in our midst, nn thai at any
rale would materially shorten the distance to haul, and good material exists in llie neighborhood fur lhe manufacture uf brick uf tile very best
quality.
Mr, I'. 1!. Nelson, manager of the
Reservation Trading cimipauy, is liav-
ing'bis store uiuvea clnsi'i-In the line,
and iu future will have a place of business ou i'u ill side of the boundary, one
on iIiu (,'iilviile reservation and ibe
oilier ul (J.irsnn, the new town that is
being surveyed uud pul upon lhe uiiii-
innrkel at, a poiul un Keltic river, formerly known nml licliin^iiig tii Mc-
Liil'tius, This enterprising Hl'tit are de-
l.eriiiineit lu iiinke u strung hid fui the
Hell trade of the Boundary Creek
camps.
McLaren Bins., uf Grand Prairie,
Kellle llivri, nre having their ranch
surveyed Inlo u townsite by Mr. J. A.
Coryell, and almost immediately luts
will be iiiuced upon the market. For
some time past this hus been one of
the i-ecognized future points of the
country and nu doubt tlie nucleus of a
town whicli is already in existence
there, will soon expand to very respectable proportions. The new town,
whicli is to he named Oarsou, is shunted close to the line, at a point ou
Kettle river Where llle Foiutli of July
creek empties into it, and is close lo
and undoubtedly will hen central point-
for the many mines in tlie neighborhood. The future of Carson is a bright
one, as is the future uf all the other
towns on Kettle river, for undoubtedly
the mining camps tributary lliereln
are about to enjoy the greatest amount
of activity of any un the North American continent, ami will lie as soon as
the mines are thnioiighly developed
and transportation established, second
to none.
In former issues notice has been
given of the liuililing of a line hotel at
Boundary Fulls by Mr. T. Hiudy. This
hotel, although not as yet fully completed, has however lieen thrown open
for tlie accommodation of (lie traveling public, whicli lo say the least was
badly needed ut this important and
busy place, The building is two
storys, containing iu all some sixteen
In twenty rooms of a commodious
character, tlie house lining extremely
well planned. Tu ciiiniiiuiiiiiriitc the
opening uf tills Hue edifice, a grand ball
was given nn Thursday evening, Ihe
31sl, al which a very large nuinbernf
people were present, snme thirty Indict,
frum different puns of (he neighbor*
hood having responded to lhe invitations sent uut. Willi guud music, a
perfect floor, a spacious bull room and
everything dune lo add lo the couifort
of the guests' nu wonder lhe verdict
has gone forth thai It was tile must
pleasant nffail' nf llie kind ever held in
lhe district. Piincfuiilly at 12 the
guests retired frum tlie mazes of the
waltz and the Intricacies of the quadrille to thu equally pleasant occupation nf partukiiiir of llie many
delicacies provided for nature's- fortification, Aboul 118) sal, down In the
splendid cullatinn which had been
prepaied lor thein, afler partaking of
which lhey reinl'Ded again In I lie ballroom where dancing was kept up to a
late hour iu the morning. A repetition
of so pleasant an entertainment is
eagerly looked forward to, and those
taking pari, in this one hope that it
may take place iu the near future,even
ivillnaii tlie opening of a nny bul el,
Boundary Falls towtisile, which was
formerly platted, is uow lieing surveyed
intu towii lots liy Mr. J. A. Cnryell.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. Woods arrived in
Midway mi Saturday, and today proceeded to Greenwood, their fiiliue
home,
Sume forty tons nf freight now lie
at Penticton, awaiting tlie advent of
teams In haul it iulu the new towh of
Greenwood for Mr. 11. Woods.
Judge Spiuks and Mr. (!. A. R.
Lamlily came in oil .Mm.day lasl and,
after holding court, returned lo the
upper country the following day,
A petition has been largely signed
and forwarded to the postal department, praying thut the mime of the
pustolllce at Kettle river may be
changed to Carson, the name of the
new town.
Tlie lieutenant-governor bus lieen
pleased to appoint W, 11. Nnrris uf
Midway (Esquire) a justice nf the
peace within und fur the county uf
Yule, Il is lu be hoped Ihe appointment may lie have real ruining influence
upon Ihe lighting editor of llieAli-
VANOB, for if not lle will Hiu*ely be indicted for tlie first olfence.
Mr, W. Powers, uur sawmill owner,
is about tn erect a dcy kiln of sufficient
capacity tu insure a constant supply of
good seasoned lumber to tbnse desirous uf liuililing In tliu neighborhood,
This institution has fur some time past
been much needed, as the lumber in
this vicinity has for some time past
displayed a peculiar shrinkage characteristic i. e. in the lumber yard.
Mr. Siisman, the (I.P.H. mining engineer who has for Hie past week been inspecting some of the Boundary Creek
camps, left on Friday for Penticton
nnd puinls north. Before leaving Mr.
Siisinan expressed himself asagieeably
surprised ul the Immense bodies of ore
to be found here, and slated that as a
result of his visit the 0, P. B. wuuld
receive a very different report of the
resources of the district toany formerly
received by them, With all others he
readily recognized that, all the camps
required was a means of transpurta-
tiun for their ores, and mote development work, und all would be well. It
wus a great, pity this gentleman's time
was rather limited, as, liad it been
otherwise, ennugli Information might
have been gleaned and properties seen
lo warrant liini iu strongly urging
upon the ('. P. R. the necessity of railway exlonsinn iul ti these camps. How-
eel' through tho many channels uf
inl'iamalum and personal Inspection,
no doubt Mr, Siisiiinti has heeii enabled
lo gal her, and curries away with him
a fairly gond idea of llio district's
varied resources, llie possession nf
which knowledge may redound to lhe
country's guud.
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MINING   NOTES.
Mr. W. T. Smith Intends taking a
trip to Chicago on business connected
wilh the mines of this vicinity,
A good ledge of ore hus been struck
nn the Scotia, u claim belonging to Mr,
W, McMynn, and located in Dead-
wood camp,
A shnfl house is being erected on the
Sleinwinder claim, Greenwood camp,
whicli will give belter facilities for
wurk during the winter,
Il is uiidcrsluun Mr, Austin Hammer
has bonded the half inleresi in the
Cupper eluiin, Copper camp, to Mr. W.
T. Smith for Hie sum of $25,000.
Mr. Ballurd, the gentleman who put
through the deal on the Winnipeg
claim, has gone norlh to examine the
Monachee mine ut Cherry creek.
It is reported' that Mr, Schofleld has
given a bund on his .} Interest iu the
Phoenix cluim, Greenwood camp, to
Mr. W, T. 8niilli, the consideration not
yet made public.
Mr. Kehne's eluiin, the B. Bell, in
Summit'camp, is attracting the attention of capitalists. Recent development wort on the claim bus disclosed
a very nice body of ure.
A bund uu the f interest of the
Phoenix cluim, Greenwood ciinip, bus
lieen given lo Mr, W, T. Smith by the
owner, Mr. Thos. Tigue, good to the
Stli [of December, The consideration
tu tie paid ut Hint, time tn be $1,000.
A working bond on the Anaconda
fur a period uf HI months has been
given to Mr. ,1. King and Captain
Kawlnton, liy Messrs. McDonald McMynn  mul   liieleuberg,   lhe   owners.
The Anaconda is a copper proposition
uud is sil Hilled opposite Prior creek, a
tributary of Bnunilary oreek,
Mr. T. McDonald, while recently
doing assessment work on the Scotia
came unto an unexpected body of nro
which, upon being opened up, proved
lobe about, fuur feet wide and of u
eharacler similar to that found in lhe
Gem claim in the same cainp. The
quartz on the surface is greatly decomposed and carries free gold,
As a consequence of the recent Winnipeg deal, a general air of activity
prevails in the whole of Wellington
camp, as lumber is being gut out for
the building nt houses, ure bins, elc,
and a force of men will be put ou at.
once to carry un lhe wurk of development, Three shifts uf men in all
probability will be made use of and before
spring lliere will bea shaft sunk to a
respectable depth upon the cluim. The
development wurk upon Ibis as upon
other properties now changing hands,
will be closely watched hyallwhoure interested in ntlier properties in uur
camps,
WINNIPEG   SOLD
MARCUS   DALY  OF   ANACON
THE  PURCHASER.
Duncan Mcintosh Receives $60,0,
Claim Located This Summer-Fair,.
Wages for a Season's Work C. H. Bn,
Put the Deal Through-The History of I tli
Claim and Ore In Sight.
Our mining men and prospectors n e
jubilant over the deal, whieh was-.n--':. 'uf the Magog variety ill this gen-
ried to completion here on Tuesday ;a nan's orchard bore ISO pounds uf
The Grand Prairie sawmill ia running nl its full capacity, which shows!
thill the demand fur lumber is incrcas* I
in   and consequently thai Hie country
iug ahead.
i ue coustittilicpni'l of blast lug shows
Ihal wurk is ptogressing on several of
tie claims that were laken up iu the
. hborhood of   Grand  Forks Ibis
ai nier.  The prospects are favorable
foi igood winter's work iu the mines.
Ml. Covert who for snme time past
has been indisposed, is now much better and able to ne around.  One apple
BOUNDARY FALLS
D W. JAKES,M.D.,CM.
HY APPOlNTMEVr
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVEl
DISTRICT.
OFFICE      :      : BOUNDARY FALLS.
last, when J, R. Toole", acting a a 'hi
for Marcus Daly, purchased from ! >un-
can Mcintosh the now famous W npi-
peg claim iu Wellington cainp, foi the
sum of $00,000. To 0. H. Balh ia
due the credit of having eugin
lite deal, and tiishow wilh whnte
he musl have worked, it need only lie
staled lhat just u month ago lie ce*
elved uu option on thu  property,
lellcioiiB fruit Ihis year. Fur the size
and age of the tree this was really a
■ underfill yield,
A very enjoyable time was spent liy
Imse who attended the recent dance
given by Mr. W. L, Wiseman nt Grand
irks. Kight couples occuplid lhe
floor and Hie music was nf an excellent
character. The dunce wus held in I he
new uil'liliiiii built lu lhe hulel.
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
THOS. HARDY, PROP.
Centrally Located Stopping Place for Three Different. Stage Lines.   No
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comiortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
(id Sklliip,
whicli was given for thirty days, and
in Ibis lime, such was the chi.rucle nfl Hardy Urns., not content Willi the
thuorcto lie found iu the mine, he j splendid crups taken frum their ranch
was enabled tq Hud u purchaser.   The ilhis summer, are erecting a flume mid
digging a ditch from the mouth of
Hardy creek, for the conveyance of
wnler a distance nf uver half n mile, tu
be used fur domestic uud Irrigating
purposes, They are determined not
only to make Iheir ranch al tract ive
but. also a fruitful and profitable one,
II. is reported that Messrs. Johnston
uud McCarren have bunded the Kalii-
met claim in Wellington camp to the
parties who have purchased lhe Winnipeg.
terms of purchase are—$1,000 dnwn ;
$1,000 as snun us the crnwii grunt is
obtained, winch will be as soon ns the
eluiin is surveyed and it can be issued,
and (65,000 before the 16th of July
next. Between the present ami the
15th of July the purchasers ure given
permission tu curry un development
work at their nwn expense, the proceeds from the ore shipped (if any to
revert lo Ihe original owner,
Mr. Mcintosh and Ihe country are
equally tu be congratulated upon their
good fortune us, in the case of the
furiner, it, represents the remuneration
for a season's work, and in the. latter
it will have . the effect (such is the
nuigic power of lhe name fnr whom
lhe properly was puichased) of drawing the eyes uf Ihe mining world
generally Inwards this purl inn of
Biilish Columbia's mining regions.
Tlie history of the claim is u brief
bill somewhat interesting one, as it is
seldom that a claim, even in the must
favored camps, is located in the middle
of a prospecting season and snid the
same fall for a sum of money such as
lhe|abiiyebasiielleditsdisenvei'ei'. Thai
Mr. Mcintosh is a fortunate, or what
might, lie termed a lucky man, may be
Inferred when it is stated lie came intu
this section only Ibis summer, being
one of a large iiiHux nf nutside prospec
tors, and selecting the neighborhood
uf Wellington cainp. set to wurk and
sunn was rewarded by striking tlie
Winnipeg ledge, a body of ore. which
where developed, has proven itself lo
be some IB feel, wide, 8 feet of whicli is t1sl ,l"*v '" fi'ivcrabor, I8DJ, lo lhe 1st day ut
June. 181111.
22nd October. 18IK1,
HIS HOKOI1 THK I.IKI.TKNANT-00VKII*
nor hns been pleased to appoint Willliun
Henry Norris, of Midway, Enquire, to be u Justice of the Peace, wllhhi and for lhe County of
Yale.
NOTICE   TO  CONTRACTORS.
Tenders are lulled for llio construction at
Mitlny of a dwelling house, for whieh plans and
specifications niny bo viewed ul the olllee of
the Toivnslto Agent.
Tenders lo bo sent In nol Inter than Wctlncs*
day evening next.
W. II. NOH1IIS, Agent.
GOLD COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE.
ALL PLACKtt  MINING   CLAIMS  AND
Leaseholds legally held ill lhe (Isiiymis
Ilivlsiun of Yulo nisti'It'tare Iniil ovor from lhe
of a eharacler to lie classed with ores
of good workable quality, us it is understood an average assay of the ore
will run as high us $iio to $10 per toll,,
The character of the ure may be suid
tu be similar tn Hint of Trail creek, as
it carries irun in the form of hematite,
tt high percentage nf cupper, uud a
guod gold value.
C. A. II, LAMIILV,
Hold Commissioner,
Government Office, Osoyoos, 11, C,
30th October, 1M6.
THE  SNOWSHOE  BONDED
Together With a Half Interest tn the
Phoenix - Both of These Claims Are
Situated In Greenwood Camp.
Following fast, upon the intelligence
that tbe Winnipeg hud changed hands,
came the news tliat Ihe whole of tne
interest in the Snowshoe claim and
one half interest In the Phoenix mineral I
claim in Greenwuod camp bad been
bunded to Mr. W. T. Smith, acting
agent for Messrs. Farrell and Midgeun,
by the owners, Messrs, Denzler, Gibbs
and McDonald.
An interview with sonic of the parties interested soon conlliincd the report of the deal, antl a subsequent
search through the records disclosed
the nature uf the bond, in which the
following is stipulated j That for the
sum uf $100 paid down, and a further
stun uf $10,000 lu tie paid tin or before
the Slh day of December, the owners
covenant to deliver a sufficient title
to the purchaser of the properties, As
there docs not appear iu tlie bond any
stipulation as to development to he
done, or any other proviso, il may
readily be construed Hint the bond Is
really tt bill of sale, with un option of
80 days payment,
The significance of the deal, if carried lo completion, cannot be over-
estimated, as the purchasers will undoubtedly work the property, or at
least develop il, whioh would mean
ilie employment uf a large force of
men. Gradually the purchasers ure
absorbing some of the largest proper-
lies in the counlry, uud up tu the
present the Snowshoe may lie looked
n|ii)ti as the must extensive purchase
that has yet heen niinle, when Inking
iulu coiisidci'ul ion llle size of Hie ledge,
which by net uul measurement iu the
crosscuts to he found ou the claim is
10 feet wide.
 ► • 4	
GRAND PRAIRIE NOTES.
The different ranchers of the valley
lire making great headway with their
fall plowing.
Oniuns weighing 2 pounds nnd call-
bilges 80 pounds ure trifles hardly wort h
mentioning, but. it. shows what Hie
cuiintry can produce,
Mr. Richard McCaiicn's new residence, whicli is being built upon his
pinperly, is fast neaiing Completion
and adds quite an alliactive feature to
' llie place.
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
Certlficnte   of   improvements.
nj-otriOB.
The Coiidick Mixiat.u. Claim.
Situate in Summit Cump, Keltic River Mining
Division of Yule District, B. C,
TAKK NOTICE lhat wc, Hubert C. Alliens,
free miners eerlill oate No. .Wi-2. mul
Holier! Hoc, free minor's eortlftcnto No. 67010,
inn ml, within sixty days from tha dato hereof,
to apply lo the Hum ('iniiliilaaiiinei' foi'iieertitl-
catcof improvouiouts,for lhe purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of tlioabovo claim,
And further luke notice tliat ndvcme claims
musl be sen! !o lhe Mining lleeortler, nnd
action commenced before lhe issuance of such
cortillcato of Improvements,
Dated thin Uth day of August, ISM.
KERIj BEJOS.,
BUTCH ElvlS,
MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS
Meat delivered a! ltock Creek and all llie
Mining Cames.
J. Kerr. R. D. Kehr.
J. W. I^EKD,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
All Work Warranted.    oS-Sln
Vernon Private College,
VERNON, B. C.
F, Admen Meyer, Principal.
SEND KOIt I'llOHI'ECTCS.
DO YOU GO HUNTING?
OP COURSE
You will buy a MARLIN.
BBCAU5B        it—
It Inm ii loltd tii|) 1'rotation.
It ejects at tlie Hide  ('on vcnlnnm,
It Is light wi-lKlii   Comfort.
It lias tbe Ihu,* lit) n-nnvl • Ari'iir**j,
Uli&i fewest parti- simplicity,
'.lend fnr complete ruin [nunc, froOi 8p«clBl jmclc
of cm (In tut 14 t'ciiih.
THE MARLIN FIRE ARMS CO.,
New II•▼eii, Conu.
GRAND PRAIRIE SAW MILL.
-—♦—
Hough  I.n in li.'i-
Kroiii $10 to $12.
Dressed Lumber
From .$1(1 to $18
Per Tliousiiiid,
G.ARTHUR RENDELL
BOUNDARY FALLS, B. C.
JUST RECEIVED
.   A FULL SUPPLY OF  .
Men's Woollen Underclothing,
Overshirts, Fancy and Heavy.
G. ARTHUR RENDELL.
CONKLE & DONALD
General Teamsters and Freighters,
ROCK CREEK,  B.  C.
Ilnlcs from Penticton to Camp McKinney, liuck Creek. Midway ami
Bnunilary Falls, iwo cents per pound for two tons or under. Marcus to Midway, Ilm same i-alii.   Marcus to Grand Prairie one cent pec pound,
 §	
Special Rates for Large Orders and Ore Contracts.
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers oi
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving the Nursery
S PO K A N E   F A I. 1. s,
P. O. llox 582. Washington
Ui
ooiiro south
will leave Penticton 7 a. in, every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, arriving at Fairview i p, in., and Oro, Washington,
the same evening
GOIATG   MOKTH
will leave Oro, Washington, 7 a. m., Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays, reaching Fairview at 11 a. in., connecting with
SS. Aberdeen and S. & O. and C. P, Railways.
A. J. Sprole, Prop.
VERNON SODA WATER WORKS
O'NEAL &. DOWNEY, pnoPRiETona.
Manufacturers of All Kinds of Carbonated Drinks, Including
Ginger Ale, Sarsparilla, Club Soda, Lemon Soda, and Cream Soda,
CHAMPAGNE   CIDER.
A Specialty Made of
Raspberry, Strawberry, Orange,  Pineapple,  Vanilla,  Lemon,
and Gum Syrups.
All in Pint and Write for
Quart Bottler. Prices.
The Canadian Rand Drill Co.,
SHKKBKOOKB, (JUBBBO,
Manufacturers of
ROCK DRILLS AND AIR COMPRESSORS.
In All Particulars the Best
Special Compressors driven by
PELTON      WATER
WHEEL
mounted direct upon crank-shaft, es-
poclallyadnplcilror
ullllzlni* the power
ol mountain Memos
hs shown in illu.s-
Iralton.
H. P. PALMERSTON,
Agent for Midway and District. PWK*. Klllli(r.j).<'-i Hi'BB IU.
jiifurniiitiuu'on lhat sulrjerl. By co*
,ii|i('|.ativi* dairying you can Iiiul a way
,of marketing large quantities nf products mul also a way nf lifting the tax-
lug lalinr of dairying "ill of the hollies
.and mil of llie lives of the women.
lly co-opcriilion in learning from
,each other lluungh exhibitions and
fiiriners Hirelings Inm- hest to niunnge
itlte soil, tlie fruit uml other crops, you
wil iiinke | ingress inni*• ru| idly. Cnni I'l-alinn will alsu assist you Iii get*
,li i; yoir prnilucts fuvurnlily knuivn
ju Hie innrb'ls, iii getting preference
in tlie nini'liels. If you will pull to*
uelhei'mil | ufh tugither in all these
Mais, if yon will full into line and
stniiil .-.li..uiiler lu sliuiililci ynu can
•stand against..ciimpetllitiii and not go
under. 'Ihu experimental farina are
I lie product of giivuniui'lil net Ion or
•mother fnnn of cu-nperiitiun of Ihe
llu; people for Iheir own lll'ticllt. Much
inloi-iiialion nf a usetiil sort is tu lie
found in llicaiiiiii.il iepulis and any
lirinci' uiui- ul'lain a cupy nu applied*
Uol).
I um fairly astonished und delighted
III seeing the progress you have made
.(IllHllg lhe past live veins. I hope yoli
u ill.111\ .iiiii- iis much unite during lhe
,t an live years, " with pal hull nullum*
Since in well iliiliig,"lii'lliHliigho|ipfillly
in yiiiirsehcs and in ymir locality,
'I'lius you will makc llie must nf ynur-
selves, gel gnnd rel urns I'm- yourselves,
.uml .au. ,iiav all hold up I "Hi hands in
glailililile In Ilia gin a uf ull guod.
!-• 4	
COUNTY COURT AT MIDWAY.
Ilis Honor .In Ige Spiuks held court
l/ierc vn .y.uiilny last, and lirfule the
;iriiinnry I'iiiii inn uf tlie cuurt was en-
teretl iulu, Messrs. (I. Saunders and It.
II, Junes were admitted as llriiish subjects- Mr. Alux. Wallace alsu made
.-ipnlienliini lifter lhe close of lhe court
and wiM referred lo Ilm silting nf the
lli'Xl 1*1,1111.
'riie unly i-iiHi';i.l)ut eanic up fnr hearing was I he une nf Covert v. Syinn.iils,
Wallace iiiid Dillier. This act inn was
liruught io recover, an iiuioiinl of iic-
/•iiiiiiI lor the hauling of ore from the
.defendants' .mine Iii Milieus, and al*
.though not Hie full amount of lhe
.claim, lhe plaintiff received judgment
■far tho sum uiXltW ,-is against  Dillier,
 —4.4	
COUNTY COURT AT OSOYOOS.
<lu Saturday,  the 2(llh insl.,   His
iiiuuii- ..I.iuigc -Spiuks held cuurt  at
rfU.snyuos, when the I tvu fnlluwiiig cases ;
,weie hiiiught l>cf,yi' luui:
T.  I'lllis  v. Aiiliiiut'-lu   Ihis  case
''    'eii iid.inl appeared in answer lo a I
mill siimniiins.
tli- v. Clnektice-I'lainlilf in this
es ilefendiinl  for aiiaanil of ai-l
'zillion lo It* kept iiifininid of the j
work being dune in each seel ion of the
counlry.
Au elfin t will he maile In have geo- i
logical sucveys of the territory, as such
surveys will assist us greatly in tlje de- ]
veltipmeul nf lhe  mining lesniirces.!
Appropriations for trails and wagon
roads will lie looked after and every
effort made in promote the mining in-
iluslry which has heretofore received |
sn little attention.
The association will ro-oper'afe wrn-
the California, Colorado ami other or-
ganizatinus which arc already doing a ■■
good work in iheic respective sections;!
uiui to do Hi is we must have llle hearty
support nf every mining uiiin, whatever his position may lie. ll isa plane
mi which ull mining men should meel;
lhe prospector, lhe miner, lhe opcru-
lur. Hie assayei'i mill man, smelting
uperatnr and investor, Iu this way we
will soon place the mining industry nf
llie niirlliwesl iu ,-t pnsiliuii which it
should occupy, We want ynur name
nu Ilia ineinliership list and trust ynu
will order copies of Hie proceedings of
lhe first, aiiiiuul enliven!inn. which will
cnu lain several speeches nf inure than
usual inleresi un mining laws, mining
melliiiils, mining anil ils relation toj
commerce, silver ami ils importance In
cuunncceial iuleiesls, other liic lopics,
nml ii full ineinliership list, uml is published ill a neat pamphlet form.
The iiiemlieiship fee is $1 peryeni,
and copies nf the proceedings of lhe
cniiveiiiiun 26 11 nt.**. Address nil cnni-
hmllli'iitliius In L K. A'rmslmug, secretary Niiiihwesl Mining association,
Spokane, Wash,
^-AJJiATFORD
Dry Goods aixcl IIIillixxe3*3r
VEWNON.
The Only Store in the City that Has a Complete Line of Ladies' Goods.
IM  ORF^ COOn^ w^mvoAniiniuciiKoiWKtjrtincni with all tho Laleflt IVlm-
m   i/ivloo \j\j\JUJ miii^toiiiatc,!!.
IN   Mil   [  I N P R V W(J arc 8aro Wfl nu^ i''t;,WJ V(m> W VVO hnvo a first iluss milliner, ami
i***'W-W.Ai3i.WJ.VX   (,„„ jfivc you tilt; Intuit in thoriugomlMiitiirit^K never before hoard of
(IUR   I )T?K SSM A K F R linahad large experience al the liiipliiess, and a per/eel
w \j i\   uiiii.JomAiMi iv j); isguni'aiiteedpmviiliitKJ'ou send the uurrect measure
Remember tve carry everything that a lady requinea, and can save you money if you Betid your
Orders lo iih.  Semi one to-day and lie cuiivinu'id. Tr.itMw CABH With Omiuu.', (
Armstrong Sash and Door Factory.
ALI, KINDS OF
DOORS, SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE  FURNISHINGS, ETC, ETC.,
Manufactured on the Premises and Kept in Stock.
Write for Prices to
N. McLEOD,
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
VERNON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
STOVES!  STOVES!
EDWAfiD A. HAIN,
i.   DEALER IN   ,
Stationary,       School-Supplies,
-:-      Toys,     -:-
Cigars, Tobaccos,
Notions and Patent Medicines.
MIDWAY, B. C,
P, 11. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VKHNON', B. (J
i
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
Certificate   of [.Improvements.
HORSES boarded by
week or month.
Box stalls if desired.
HORSES broken to
harness, and horses and cattle sold
on commission,
w        oi,t\0l,e Drivers   .
0 5
j
DEALER in hay and
grain ; wholesale
and retail.!
ALL KINDS of heavy
teaming- attended
CORNER Mission and
Tronson streets.
'q     Double BriVers
D    Saddle Jiors.es
CHATHAM Bob-Sleighs, Essex Centre Plows, Oliver
Chilled Plows, Cook Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Box Stoves,
Camp Stoves, Hardware of All Kinds, Window Shades,
Iron pipe and fittings, pumps, paints and oils, varnishes,
rifles, shot guns, powder, shot and shells, plated ware,
enamelled ware, wooden ware, tinware, wash-tubs, washboards, spades, shovels and axes, crockery ware, lamp
goods, glassware.     All  the above goods will be sold
CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE
W. J. ARMSTRONG
•vxuRj-frois-. B.C.
NICHOLLES & RENOUF, L'td
Tictorla,   S.  O
L-
A
iKBlCULTNAL MACHINERY.
kolk aqiiN'I's roil
Qentle double driers Brantford 1 Binders § and •§ Mowers
D      Qentle single drivers.1
I£ :|
c  Qentle saddle horses1
TIIK IIKST IN TIIK MA1IKI T.
W. GARDNER,
'PROPRIETOR.
m
P
if
I
fi iiaiiU'i km ia
ITOTICB.
. ,-   i     ,   , Tin; Dm:; lliiitu: Mixeiiai. t.'i.iiji.
/.•mint lnr Knolls .supplied.   JiulK'i>«nt SUimto,n skyIark ciivmj,, Kettle llh,.,. MIiiIhk
fui'iiluintj#/ j   Divlsl [ Yu'o District, 11. t'.
 •-1 *,	
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION,
'TUSSINE'
(UU111U)
ETC., El'(
n
TAKK NOTICE Ural I. Iliilmrl  Wood, [rob
minor's cortlftonto X". Ittli. iul I, sixty
, il:i,t> fi-i.in llieiluli. Iii'ruiil, lnn|i|il.v U
  l-(iiiit]iiK.aiiiiierfiirin.arlill...iti!(iliiii|ii.      	
' fur lliu |iiii-|iom: nf iiliiiiliiin^ a Urdivn llnuit uf j i|g!
Record of Mineral Locations for the Week  tlionliovoelnlin. ! fllr
1,-rtHlnn ft-mUn ',,1 '       All.I f,11*1 Ill,l* lllke lllllll'll, llllll IllVIIIHH   dlllilllS
Liidiag octotior jo.                 : |mlsl |l(,ai,n| tl> t)lI. j,,,,,,,,, Keuordornliilaollaii, -,
2i. I'mlinc Suiniiiit I'liinn, li. Tliunin- « raicoilbefore Hie Inmuuieoofmielicerllll- *
1 '   , rillc of llll|il'(ivi'lll|.|lls. "'
s,ui. | lliiiltil tillsIHiid dny of (Mnliiir. IROi,
;iS. Triuli' Dnll.ii, Lung Lttkii (iiiinu, E,
S.illivni).
■'i'l. llivi'r View, (Ininil  finks, A. I,.
ClilllTIIK'.VI ICS UK WORK, | THK BEST ItKMKIIY KOU
21. Nn.-I, AI. W.  I'lilnifi-stiin it ml H,
While. Ilflll
...   '„ . „ ,.,    ,   . ... T,   UUiiiiiuiUui'-iu. uiuiiuiuuiu,
it. St.. Iaiwreniis  li. Wnnil, ,1. \v. 11* O     7 7 i
VViiuiJ, l„   11, I'mllii'i-nniljillii'is.
•t- !;-kwi''r,rl,''T!',''im''; « ,i     Prepared  From   the   Original j**
li. IIik \V nnlv..( . I..  Iliuinel, ti. Hun- r ° jit
iii'iiiu'ili uud (J, A. Peti'isnii, I Ifnpmnla Onlv hv ISE
25  'li"l,1 ' ?""'•"''(' '" Tl""""t ,lnd R. N. TAYLOR, THE DRUGGIST,
,.    ^""'""•Sl;!'",\„ I VKHNIIX. >,.('.
-'- Norlli Stnr, 0, I,. II -I. ! C9- 35celitH rfnil 60<ioiil8 por bottle.
;2I. Ui'iiyfuKii', ('. A. Miti'liell, ,.    __
T'tANSI'KIIS
;il. Kiiili- Ilinl.Jinliwsl,Henry VVIllte
In llllll] Haillt's.
2."i, Big AVinily,:', Inti'l'i'iit, ti. Brunei'- j
man In (J. I,. Tliimii'l.
'I'i. lli|i:liliiiiil  (Jui'i'ii,   ,\   iiilt'ii.,il,   ll,|
Sliiiirl in r. I,. Tl it-t. "HEALTH ACT, 1SH.1."
'_'i   Xi-llic. ,', jiilnre-il, II, Duvis  mill 0. i 	
P. T!|.ii-|||.||.|lil lu Allllinilil .S.illil-   »T0'|T('KI» licrebv Kiviiii Unit "An Ail ro-
f,i,.,l                                                                 IN    s|iiiiailiK   Illl'   I'lllllir   Ill'llllll' III nniv 111
fiirri', llllll thai initial-Uio*; '
33If Railway, Mining and Agricultural
Centre of the Kettle River
Country.
at
4.1
MIDV/AY
T3io    I' 1:11 n r i
:M%M
§   Lots on Easy Terms to Actual
Residents.
FQR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Formula Only by ||    W. H. NORRIS, ,„t ,„  R. C. ADAMS,    I
if
I!
Midway, B. C,
mmm
Montre;
0.
%
UmmMmmmmmmisU.
II
u
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows be., be.
WAREHOUSE AT VKRf-'DN.
G. F. Costeirton, -A-g-exi/t.
BAN ^MONTREAL
CAPITAL (all paid up) $12,000,000.
REST     6,000,000.
SIR DONALD A. SMITH, Pros.     HON. GEO. 13. URUMMOND, Vloe-Pwi
E. S. CLOU8TON, GlnxKitAi. Makagbb
SjSl^Z^TO-cS branch.
IIATKOK INTEREST AT I'ltKHKNT 3) I'KII CKNT.
BULLION AND GOLD DUST HANDLED.
Brunches in London', lUns., New- Ynrk nnil Oliicngo, niiilitiiill the principal citi'i
in Ciinndii,   ilny nnil Sell Sterllncf Exi'huugo anil (JiiuleTransfers.  Grant
commercial nml travelliiig oi'eiiil»s,iivulliil)lu in any pnrtnf the world,
Drafts Issued.        Collections Made to all Points.
nit.iM'inis iv mirrisii ronMiiut:
-   ni:\v Westminster,
-     -     -     -        NKLSON
: S. A. HENDERSON : Hunger.
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
VANCOUVER
'VICTORIA
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES
H. E. WALKER, PROP.
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
Si   Hi'l'i
 ...,,„„.  „,„ ,„„,,ntotis of tlio Hftill
I, II.   Dm is 1111(10,   Art Alfrcl T. Wall, nf u,■ city nf Victoria,
I*'   Tisi.|ii.|.,.in   Iii    11,1,11.Iii   N11111I    Kai|iil>|., M. li„inia'Iiiiiiii ii]i]iniiilHl Siicreliii')
1.   1.1.-1I1111..111 in Allllinilil Nilliil- or Tlio I'rovtiMMal Boanl ot Hmlth.
furd,
hn-lill lllllll'll uf I'ltillltli,
  IAMKS IIAKK1I
iv; .. 11   ■ ,      .1, ProvincialSoerctury.
\\iiiiii|.i%   nil   Intrri'st,   Dunciin     provincial Bocrotary'sOlllco,
lib Hoiitonibcr, l»ii.
MaliHnsL l.i.l. H. Tniila.
am   Piiyallup, -j inii'iisi, ll. I,. Tnii'in
.lnill, I'nillia-,
4 * .
N.   W     MINERS'   ASSOCIATION
lOlllalal Staieiiicni el' llie Plans and Purposes or Iho Nortliuosl Mlnli g AsfOOla-
lloll OiM.i'il/ud 11' Spy'iaie.
Tin. fulliul'JllK ,1'iii'iilui' li'llrr, il III
im ilia iiirpnii'- nml iti.i In nls nf III
VICTORIA HOTEL
VERNON, B. C.
MURPHY & FAULKNER, Props.
: 1008:4: FEED :
Hutchison & Davidson, Proprietors.
Flour and all kinds of Feed always in stock.
Rolled Oats, Oatnteat, and Cornmeal.
Fresh Eggs and Butter.
All kinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruit In Season.
A choice line of Confectionery, Biscuits, Tobaccos A Cigars.
All kinds of Summer Drinks.
Corner Barnard Avenue ancl Vance Street, VERNON, B, C.
NOTICE.
No Trouble or Expense Spared  to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Llquers and Cigars.       -       -       Good Stabling.
GrSSO.   21.   SIPKtOIJX.23,
1    nnil.ll    NII'I'IrK   IS   IIKIIKIIY  IIIVKN, 	
" " ""'""'"""""';!> """-'i»'"vi«i" (.tin. BLACKSMITH  ANO.'WHEELWRIGHT.
,.   ,,      , mi , ■   ,    ,    . I.11111I An Amend nl Acl,'IHM,'tli«
• •nillitti'.-i Hi u iissiu'lillloll ha-li.aai  rmr,,,p,,,, ,ir,,. fitliumtir iiiirelnuumonlslailil
mill mil li)  lin- Ml'li'lill'V;
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
Accommodation.  Good Stttlillng, TermlniiB
 H        fiuiii Marcus, VVaslilngton,
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
I'li-sl Class Aaiaiiiiiiiniliilinn.   (innil Stttlillng,   Tri'iiiiiius nf tituge Lino
from Marcus, WiikIiIuu-iuii.
HORSESHOEING  AND  GENERAL  REPAIRING.
Feed Stable Run In Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIEW, B. C.
iiii; mi Ilia Jlal ilu) nf |.'ili|.|iii|.,v, lijli, nre pay
^    ulilr In llu- i.i|iml iuiiiii.il limlaliiii-iii.. tuL'cilii.i.
Illl' lll'sl  inm 1.il nun 1.nl inn nf Ihu  ulib llitcrwl uu llu- inipni.l biilmico nl llio rate
N.„-,l,tv,'M   Ali,,i„K i,-s,„.i,i,i„n, irl,,,-), $ffi^\%Sl^nRfcig^
Mn- hi'lil iii Snn|,,..iii. Oil. •>  nnl ;| ».|S Ki'liriinry, 1MB. Ih (lliu nnd mini be pniil on ur
„    ,    , ',   ,, '  ,      , boforo list Ifoco ', 1SW. In dofiuill of,	
/iglviil   success,   uml   llie liiuililiillun kiioIipnyinoiil lu Unto steps will I ib-n' —   bbbm—ar-e	
»;»*Wf'»'nelu'iter Mntuwim-^SmutmaUX ri" "'^ GOI DFN GATF HOTFT
/lil iiiii ii- iniiiiiiK nii'ii,   Manv of the I W.s.coiik.     i UVUL/L.1>    Vjri 1 J_   HU1LL,
» ,'" '"''*'" « """h- vrX'ro!.tip'r;ui:tftmnT
IN.ii-Miivivt. u/Ti' prcsi'iil nml nuennil
ul! ui hu nl mi  jnliii'sl   ujiiili shnivs: FOR  SALE
fhe niuvi'iiii'iil In lm n pupiilin* nni'.       I
I'Veilni} Hun inn iniiy.uuiiii.fmniimi'' 169 Acresof Land. All Meadow,
11 illi lliu prnpiiMil unrk nf llir nrg/in-
i/.iliun, I litirtly iiiilliia llu* uinjn hm-
Huts, wliiili uyoi   A ci'iilraliiiiMiiizn-
(inu tiltl,i lu'iiil-iiiii-lcis at rii'iiluiiii'.
mul li/a,,ii.|i nr ,'iii\ill,i(V urglllllzillluil.i
ri,i,v/uy niiniii',' iilmHlit III llle leni
Ini"' i-nlclT'l ly Mulllllllll, lilaliii,
llriiish Piiluinliia, Ori'pui nml AV'ns|i-
f igiuii j nli in unrk tugctlier in Iwj-.-
(/(iinv, mul lli.li;i/gli lll,e trnlriil urifij))'
BBTWEKX Kixt,vr.iidt*iiv<!iil.v Achis Cleared
nml lii'iiincil.  Six mill's from I'linip Mc-
liliinoia (inn Mile fruln ivntfKon i-iiiul.
.1 -   : .. 1  u 1
FOR SALE
TN TIIK IIKST LOCALITY OX TIIK VKII
1   XOX Tiiwin.lt*'. a toll nnrn uml Imlf-inr,
Inls. oltilOl far luiililillll ul" Ktirilil.li'i'.
Apply lit Ihis iillli-f ur In
V. AllllIAX MKVKII.
'   Yj-iiMi-*-.. B,p.
G. O, Sl-iUKSON, Prop.
PAI1IV1UW, B. C.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
D. IHoDUFF,
General Blacksmith
MIDWAY, B. 0,
All Kinds nl Work Kxeciiliid to lbe > II,
action ufl'H; 111 ii',.   	
A. D. W0RGAN.
Por
VEIINON, it. a
;/|i;WS OF THE DISTRICT FOB SAlE,
The Kettle River Stnge Line
Running over the MAIL ROUTE
Between GRAND FORKS and PENTICTON
Leaves Penticton on Thursdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Grand Foks
on Fridays, at 6 p. m.
Leaves Grand Forks, on Tuesdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Penticton
on Wednesdays at 6 p. m.
FARES AND EXPRESS CHARGES REASONABLE.
M. MILLEK,      -      Prop,,      •      Gnirici Forks, B. L
HJLm.'S  HORN  HOTEL,
LUMBY, B, C,
First-Glass Accommodation fur Guests. Guod Hunting and Fishing
Stages to Vernon ami Blue Springs.
XiOTLiE? Mopand, Prop,

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