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Vol. I, No. 26.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, WEDNESDAY, 0O#,ER 24. J804,
$2.00 pitf Year.
W. f. SHATFOBD &
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, W. .1. Armstrong, Vernon.
Tlie lloiu.n.-iv members i lecUld wore..'
X '.,(-., c c n. , l .. , u !.'• I'lal-alii. .y.lM'.. Hon. K.C. i'el'lliill,
►'li Ol theS,&0. AgricuK nnil So. ■ '   , ;        '• ■   '    .     '
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j;4     cii'l.v lor i-.lect ton ol Ollieers. , '.        , ..
v;> .Main. M, I'., and Mr, Justice Malkcni,
Hi]      " ' a-i "".'■'''!■ «a,'ii nt-iiuee.i     i    it was then proposed that the presi.
at,    'J'lie annual ineeling of the Okiuiagiiii dent lie reipiested to wail upon Lord
iii ■ Spnlluniehcen Agricultural Society Aberdeen and request his becoming n
''$ Fori), lection of ollleers for thceiisu-  patri Fide Society for lite eusulng
-ft ingyearwas held in lbe city clerk's year. A vote of llmiiks was tendered
► );. olllce on 1,1)0 .evening of October  11  ill   to the judges for services bo efficiently
)i, which it  large  uuniber nl  members |
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(Vnnnl     lm,Ji«™J   f  U"ir''  '""',','" '"   ,'   ,""'"'",,'S   n' ''"'I. "-I"" iall.v to .Ma. S lin  Fo'.'
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DEALER IN
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ul  opened   lii.s  I'i'iiiiii'l,::
'Once  each year il is
t necessary thai it lueetliigof this kindled the meeting
should lake place  For it is not' duly
V'..').''ti li.urn for kind services render.
ed ni the opening ceremonies terminal
ALL AT Till: LOWEST CASH PRICES.
• lift Groceries, Dry Goods, Gsnts' Furnishings, Hqtgfcnd Caps X to elect the future ollleers who shuil
\YJ "ft take over the duties   nod   burden;
i$;$ Ready and Custom Hade Clothing $$| which we at present dear. Atlhesa	
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Boots ancl Shoe? Drugs and Stationery
Hardware Store*,  Tinware,
Si\ time Iiiiust remind you geiitleiuen  oft	
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Ha the fuel tlmt ive ure not allowed to set |
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CORRESPONDENCE,
Indians in ii. r.
liter of The Adcince;
'if. Agricultural Implements,     Minors'Supplies of All Kinds. „''>.■'';
iljj aside Ihe duties and  responsibilities
ft I of our positions until the  end  of the
■NTICT
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HOTEL
J. THURBER, Prop.
Pleasantly Situated at tie Foot of Okanagan Lake.
Stage Connection with SS. Aberdeen
to Fairview, Osoyoos and all points in
)Vas ington.
All arrangements made for providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties.
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Silt -I dope voo will permit me spud
in your columns to reply ton few of the
remarks made and conclusions drawn
,„,    Many things which I  would liko to by "Contributor" in his essay on Ibe
HA have said iii niysp ih at the oi ,,g L»ve subject which oppeured in your
X ot'the exhibition were I urn sorry tosay lllst iss|'"'-   ''«-'o"ti-iImiU.i-" appears m
„   „,     ,  ,        , ,,        „„,.„,     (jj forgotten, so it is with pleasure '(take 'Wto have got very badly mixed, in
Of   Dret ImpOrtatlOnS Of SeOtCh fir09(IS.  <j-  theprcsenl opportunity „f thanking f<>ct* <-'«i't™J>ots himself many tunes
& all the directors for the part they have •»*«'•    -Nmv'    in    lll°   lil'sl    P,nce<
 1_     .. iii taken in helping to make this year's m,3     whn    llM    evi'r    I|VI"'
A}, show u success, for the  manner in 1,",h '" ""' i""'1'""' "'  ""' Plwlnc"
I HOMPSON.
xr.A.xxzrwnna'Vir,   s. a.
Booil Boating anil Fishing,   Row Boats and Sail Yachts for Hire,
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HsHs^liH.iHsHsHiHsa£Hi.Hs*yA'H.iili HiSiH***tKitKitKit at .va, v, -.
ftftft*v,V5l\ft*iw;c^i>'?i\Vi> ft, ft^.v /,?ft*l?ft5i%/iwiwiwjC/iwiwic
■vt> I w.tik'li  you have unitedly laboured,
X I and for the good feeling  Unit  has ill-
W ways prevailed al the ineelings for the
-/?' Iransuclioii of business up to the pros-
HA ent time,   Al nil Hie  meetings called
ft 1
Si, for the. transaction of business il  bus
A, always been my pleasure  to  meet n
if iiuoi'iini and often times more,
i inusi hImi iiiiuii   tluiiiks  to the
Secretary for the eiilcient, and  satis-
nitd on the coast must of unt.'pjislty be
uwure lliu! t'liu Indian of the' interior
jsjn every respect I be superior of lbe
coast Slwash, Contributor must have
culled his ideas of tin. laltoii from sotus
tourists' guide book or equally inireli-
abli! source, Tbe actual fuels speak
for themselves; the line reservations
held by tlio Indians nn the const lie
idle und uncultivated, thair oivijpcs
contentingtiieinseiveswii.il u-t,i,,sc„,»
A   MACDONALD,
BARRISTER,
Ol-']-,!')'., H.IHN'AUI) A'.'KM'ta.
VlallNOX, 11.0,
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QOCllliANE k BILLINGS,
HAIilllHTKIlS, S()l,tl'ITI)l;S AM)
NOTAUIKH I'l'lll.lC.
Olllec: (lilni'ira's llluek. biiriiiii'tl Avonuo,
VKUNIIN',      -        . ('.
IV. Ji. I'nemt.iNi:.        •        li'iiiiu, Hii.i.iniis
D   !•'. BOYCE,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Ready-Me Clothing, Hardware, Etc., Etc. | ' Physician and surgeon
Orders from the Lower Okanagan will receive prompt attention,
Prices Reasonable,
kelowna. n. o,
fuctory uuioner in which he bus Illled
W'WiV this position and In say thai I trust this IM»K. while the majority of the inland
 1 gentleman may be retained, as it would |,'1' ''n'('s :uv I'"1''" K"'"'<' Poetical use
■••■-•■ either stopkj'iiising or farming,  Before
^S^^I^l^^^^^^i lie Hard I"  Iind anyone  more  puma
*r. ft ^.> ..■» .'a. .'iv.',,.'.-,,',-. ^i-v ft <.> ft - )
Hf, Si, taking.     Il'niiv ollleer more than  an
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R. N. TAYLOR,
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St! PATENT MEDICINES,
►Jv DRUGS AMD CHEMICAL:
iii FANCY AND MEDICINAL SOAPS,
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SMITH & CLERIN, Props.
MauufiMiturors o(
Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings, etc., etc.
All kinds of Factory Work kept In
stock nml niadu to order,
The best of material used.
Coast coder worked into furnishings a
specially.
Write For prices und discounts,
All kinds of lumber, laths and shingles
kept iiisli!,cli,
Sawmill on Okanagan Luko, handy tn
shipment,
Sash  und door factory on t' P, Hull
way al V t  >n
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TT)   L. BECKINGSALE, M. I)„ CM,
EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY.
VERNON, B.C.
Foi'inei'ly uu snitl' uf  Huntliigloti County,   Kit
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we lull; of inking away the reserva,
;tj I uLlier clcBci-vesoui-kiiiiUv(;.itisideraU<in I'to,,s heM i" the intwior by the hull-
3? | surely II is'tlielinrd worked secretary lln£'lel ll8 consider the advisability nf
of  this society,   Years ago, before | drilling with the reserves nl (lie const,
cunie tu the country I was nccusl ed 11lP 1,!,li;l" ,li''n> ,lnes "'" ' ll 1;""1 "
lo bear il  spoken  „t us conluiiiing ""l   i""1'"  lh;l" " slip for it slmck ut
jjjlnollilng -e tliiin iiioiiutaius, hul re- lll'sl-   '" ""' """''i'"' ""' sivvash u
if  cenl developinenl would lend lu shew  "UlC-lier, In many cases n pour one, it ii
-ft thul, not only in  her  vitllevs   nniv  I™'. still, us he is nlwnys in the wid,
fntindian $6 wealth be found but in 1 ho  inotmtahis ',l1' '"'  ll,usl l»»'o laud mi which to
a $» us well, for who can measure the riches gr»w hay for his horse nnd  to raise
Hi, of the dills.  And for evidence  of tbo some kind of a grain  crop.   Lund is,
$ vnst mineral wealth of it   • i d'I tbcrefore, a much greater necessity tq
f n<U' district wc owe thanks to .Mr. Nor- lhr interior siwasb than loins const
brother,
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__„...,,„.. „„„-„pC 'ft ris for the collection of minerals placed, i
ruHFUHERi.BHUSHiS, sjt | (|]) ,,..,,;,,;,:„.,.  And in this respect we    Th"" ;,;-'li"'  "Contributor" is, In
llloqulslto for t!i3'l'i)llot i„id i'u, ;,!;„„!,; lm dimlilv thankful asm) dou y humble csliinali mistaken In his
Sick Boom 3i tho futiiit'uf our coinmunily  largely I il,('"s lls '" "l" ndvlsaliiliLy of allow-
if! deneuds on the dovclopiiienl  nf our
ing Indians to sell their lands.   Tbeor-.
iX^Ir»^"SS^^ffi|^ O.'.lorsby.Mnlh'M.Ivci'nt'cfulAlto,,   f ' 'ioinvZiiui I'm',,, a labm-polm „F "w.'-'w. ""*'"•»>'. al !e isl, it is (be duly of the
Chililroii. i/jf tiau ami (Juiek Di,i uii'ii. V;>'! we n:e pail ieulai'.v Fiivi Hell iii  tins re- Onvermncnl to protect the Indian, and
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B. LAUREHCE'S
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Office nnd Stone Fittings a Specinlty.
LT   W. RAYJIER,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
KELOWNA, 11. Cl.
I'luuii nud SpoollluatlonB ni'onai'od uiui c.ati-
lllllta.a I'lll-ui.alli'll uu nil liiiiilsuf lillili'illK.a.
Jjjlspect. In othercomitries, if agricultural inl"' l'nl nilin  w,'n' nl,mml lo (lis"-
ih or other occupal s aro not lucrative, l"'s'' "r llls  l'!'"l"''''>'  thupu |s little
"'' side and the In- ''oulit Unit within a very short space of
|., lime nnl an acre would be owned hy
■-'  Sl-lPn»1plp^ illld lilvflillwene iii, everything Is thrown aside and th
...  Ouuuuilo.oj uul iii-.' ;...ja,..,   vlv , i n
Ki,    r J ^ if,  borer seeks some older country
F.
II. LATIMER,
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E
ATHESON
MERCHANT TAILOR
Stock complete. . Extra good qualify nnd
value in all lite latest patterns for
* Sis and Handsome Stripe Trouserings. *
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DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
laEli-ACl   &ax.ar-w&ryo:er.
Mum. Ainor.Soc.IiTln. Kngs.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A, M„ B, C, A,
('ivil  Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AMD DRAUGHTSMAN,
Irrigation Protects, Engineering and Survey Work, with Plan.1; nnd Estimates,
in Any Portion of the Province, Immediately Attended lo.
Maps nnd Plans or nny Portion of
Osoyoos District.
VERNON,    M1DWA1,    KETTLE    RIVER.
0, De B. GREEN,
Assoc. Mom. Can. Soc, c. E.
PROVINCIAL LAND  SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Surveys of Every Description iji the Lowor
Country front tho Similliniiictn to Grand
Prairie Immediately Attended to,
ft'.!..!.A.».»..w.<! .1   . ..      X  liere.if agriculture is nol in ii flourish- lm" '"  lhl' ,'",ilr Province, und tlio
9^W&^M^Mm i«g condition, « nl  present, at lost \ "'^ would then in stern ,, y be.
   Ihe bus Iheulteiiialivc of turning his r"":l' " h"[v> hU] "f ''xl"'lls'"   Asl"
ailenlion to the mines which ure right  H* Provincial Government or Opposi-
,     int.!iis(l,u,r,!indfortl,eyoungnndsfrongiti''nl,cn,8tol',ftm1t'l:o1' [»» fact of the
,en  there are many  worse  ,„,„,„. ''"'1 ™„ mvnttig Int-ge Irnets ol Innd
inns id,- ittlng," Turning I at- "'"^ could be put to much heller use
IllltllS, ANIMALS AND fish MOHXTED lew personal, Mr. Fortune said il  Iind \~cv^' ' k'"™'s or should know that
^^^^^ j been their plcnsure lasl year to exttll, " ,l""s' '","rl'" thc '"'"vi,"T at a11'
hiuitothepositi, I'presidenl of Hi.-';l11 ('""l,lii"1 lo'linnsdeingwurdsof Ihe
I society,   lie had endeavor  Illl Ihe  1)"1""""" li'm'''"""'»''   !" throe rt..
Innlcowilh eii  1" himself nnd all.  S1'C<!U' '"'"'"ver, I  fully  agree with
He was sure thev woulddemercirullo " Uontrthntor naiiielv that luilinns-
old age und infliinitios, nud lie would ' :il,"u!'1 ,"" '"' ''lllmv"'1 (" kil1 P"110 ^
ask them no« lo accepl bis ^i^. of season, neither should lhey de per-
tioti.  (Cries of iio,no.)  For thirty- 'Ddl<''levei'yyeartosiit.l.irgescetions.if
two years fie had ha ,,lsi„M ,„,',.; contry „o 11,'e ivitlmul l.euigpi.ni.sltcd
tptire medical assistance, but   nature f,"'s"' 'B.""'"lost'ttluiILshery rog..-
Lukes no distinction, and he would |l,lllnns   l"tll,15' •'"   dcfll»liee,   Hoping
conjure the y and Iind some one I"° 'il,i'""'" wl" havo " " "'' '"*
inui-u ni'tlvB and belter able to give to i'lriisalterodbymy ren|.i|.k8,andlh,ink.
the posit ion, not only his time, bul his ing yoo l'..|'sp,„'e, y„i,t-, iroly,
inllii'iae ami money, There wereinany
in llieir inldBt, no doubt able and will-
r, C. FOUND,
TAXIDERMIST.
11M M.s AND FISH
IN Al'PBOl'UIATlS STYLI'.'I
Native Birds and Heads Kopt For Sale.
Orders   by  iiiuil  rocolvo  prompt  uttunt
Mounlliig IleitdsuSiiei'liUly,
VERNON, B.C.
RED •;   STAR
FXiOTTJBb
Premier
Three Star
Two Star
Kl'M'ITX
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DISTRICT NOTES.
Ing and ipiiillfled lu lill Iho position,!
nnil il was lliciiiliilv In liiing lliein lo,     ,  ,.     ... i^H ,   ,,
,     , ,, i,       ,   ,  .   •     ,i Aclliill is being l.ik.ul   In   I'leel    Ml,
be front,     e won d not de an  hem -
longer Inil prnceeil with lliu biislnc
the ineeling,   (Applause,)
II. Cameron from oil ibe Onrlbooululiii
nt Ciiinp .McKinney by the Caribou
Million !',; ilinumli their repreBcntn
Payment will be received cither in cash,
Stock, Produce or Labor.
Excellent Trimmings, Good Fit und Cloud
Workmaijsbip.
1 can give Satisfaction,   A Trial Will
Convince,
1ARNARD AVENUE.
VERNON, B. C.
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rpugh and Dressed Lumber
Constantly on, ||und at Il^miiible Prices,
LEQUIME   &   POWERS,  Proprietors.
W- W. GIBBS.
ASSAYER,
BouNiiiKv Falls.
Samples by Mall ivill rooolvo promnt uiteiitliui.
l''.(iii,i| di nny from I
Atliintic.
Mniiiil'neliu'i'd only hy
Columbian Flouring
Tlie minutes of the lusty ly meet- UvM Miwr4i bocHf.nip k Hillings of
ing having been read hy the socl'Plary,  v.-i-nm..   Tbe mining  cninpani   own
•lll'< It WHS   pi'oposed   dy   .Mr. Nonas, see-  ||„, Mll.fu,-,. figdls of HicirclninisH l„,l,
were local ed In 1887.
Wc were recently Informed oF u case
in which, n rancher on the lower friii
zer grew from one pmuui of sped no
less tlinn I80J pounds of good pololoes,
This would lie considered a good crop
even in Ibis section   of the province
onilud by Mr, l„ Glrouunl, Unit lhey
be adopted us read.   (Carried.)
The elect inn of oflicci's wns I ben pro
curded wild and Mr. Fortune was
pressed to do so nnd .again accepted
tlie position nl president,  with Ve.
liiMnFRRY q r   IMsr"" lls ls!  vi'',"i"',''si'1''111'   W'-
 ..      PINUtHBY, B, tv Thos, I'lllis 2nd vleeiu'esideiit. and Mr.      ,.          ,        „ ,.    ,,   ......     ,.
,, ,. ', ,     ,   . ... .-. ,,                            .1    ,,- ,,   aiid also speaks well for the fertility o
F, B, JACQUES W, F, Ciimernn treasurer,   Mr. \\. It.   ,   ,,      ' .         ,,
1      ' n i   ,         , •     ,i                  i,   i il"' Frazer river vullev.
■tches, Clocks and Jewelry. ^<^<\>^  »'' -.'etn.ysinp                          ■
'' Tlie following directors were also up-    A very plut\sinu «ui| qui Uiue custom
apeetaCl8S atlfl pointed i    Alex,     Mcyopnkl,     lllue which iHimy wi|l reinein'iic.yns associa-
Silverwiirc. Springs; Mayor Mnrlin, Verhon; S. tei^ with their childhood. d.n,Y8 \viis re-
repairing A SPECIALTY. C. Smith, Vornon; II, 0, Mnllcr, Yer- vlvpil  by  the settlers op Aiuirchist
VBRNON.B.C. , ii.iii: 15, H, Wood., While \MH«5'i 11, uio\piluin Inst week,  iiiiuiely u  burn
Swiinsmi, Spall(ppclippn; L, \joriind, I wising at whicli no  less, ibuu Hfteeit
FQR SALE
1 CO Acres of Land. All Meadow.
•V
BKTW'KKN Sixty ami Barents- Acres Cloproil
mill lii'uiui.'il.' ,-aix utiles from Camp 'Me-
Ivtlinoy.  One Mile 1'i'uiii IVagRon i-onil.
Ipply .IDViM'i; nt-a'tcr
T CFilOfl   f P1V318  lfll!']^8. j iC'lll, 'Okaungnnlltolons ".'(iii'..u
VERNON, B. C,
F, ApRIEN   MlA'l'K,  I'klN'l HAI
scltli'fs iii Hie pi'ig|ib;ni!'lioi:cl took
part, Tbe result of tholr otforts before
nightfall \vus represented by the walls
aTN'll I'll!; !'i D-ITl IT-
ai'd, Vi i-'irn; I'. Ilialtleia l)so\ ,in,s; Wj
,!.   lliley,  I'uu'ie'.'ay;  W.   II,  Jlegaw, I of a double barn 80x80 aii(|8Qx40 under,
Vee ;   .l.-ini. ;   Ci'ii'.'.ier,   Okiilingilli oneroof.   This Imilding when linished
i Mission: (i. Whehm, Qkanngiin Mis; will add much to t\\o nppenrnnce of
slon i <i. Lynn, Siihunn River; ,Tc\lii\ Tedruw'e rAiicli. and llP HW bi' eon-
Hutchison, Spulhnnchecn; R, Mini ; gvul'.ilnii.l upon the revival of so,
son, Okanngan Mission: ('. O'Keofe, pleasant a custom and the happy tiin.Vj
Okiiiing'in:  T.   Iv   Crowell,   Vernipi ;■ spent by iliose tiiking part llircin. THE ADVANCE.
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ISTUAUT & XORIIIS I'lioi'iiiCTOiis
Fiilili-lii'il   iveekly   nl   Mltlnu)    H. C.
Subscription I'r'"' s:'i"'ier auimai. I'.iy.iliii
u miu ,-. eltln-i   • irl) ai luilf-yeiii'l! i)l llu
pplion nl lie' -ill,-    '
Ailvertuing i: a in application.
Though Iho ijOluntiiH 6)' Tin:  I'iivanci: nre
nlsviiys upon tat, the discussion tit in titers "i
plllilfeillll'l'iaal'illiil i!!i|,.,i'l.il,i,' ae (1(1 not lee
pcmarlly endorse nil) ul theuiilnl iu i si ri   ed.   n i. ii.Kli TKNIiKUs addressed i„ tlie Post
.(' a Icncoofi) pei-soiinl nature mil not be   4"J' mnster-doiioriil will borcralriWal Ottawa
Mail Contact.
publlshwl,
W.'RMJEGAW,
VERNON, B. C,
■ General Merchant
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\\ 1 !)\l'-ji\\   OCTOBER 1\, M'i
Thk Advance bm
AV  Carload of Waggons,  Binders, Mowers, Hakes and
tlio couroyniiuo bf Her Mnjualy'ri mails on n   Drills   USt aiTlV.jd.     Cheap loi'  Lash
lironoaoil contract for tour; eait; onco per week i
_ "icliivny between j'u|]   J j,1( ,   ()f   Diy Goods,   GlT),;i:ric.s, Boots  and   Shoes,
j„.„n six!   Grand Forks and Penticton   , i [ardwarc 'arid Clothing on Hand,
nibs iii  existence   Mid   we  musl   from the 1st January i
., ,, :       Concord Harness and Stock Saddles Kent in Stock or
thank the public of this district for tho M,^ ":■""''' "'''"' """'" "' "■ raItaM' ' vy. i . t „. " '
Wieral patronnge extended lo it,   .1.-    <t\ nils to leave l'onllcton early on Tnos   .   '"'''   " el"
the success of our elttei'lU'isc musl  of diout g nnd urrlve nl Uriind Korks IMr. I/.       QardeE-js  Will Becei >e  Pi-oaipt Attention
1 '. '.!;'.' i h, where u pusl oftleii lata boun up-
■i iccssity de| end ou thecontlliuiiii I ill un Wcdiiralny evening,
stub Slllipoll ell'iil'l   will   di'  Slllircd   „„l(olU)'llillg, lu i  Uraiul Korlu early  nu
11 . lliurfilnv nioriiingnml iirrlve nl i'enttetoii on
mi i lie purl  nt  lbe proprielors to gel   \ riilitj o'venlng.
W. SS.  1^E€£j&."W
I «  LJ Ly Li I \J 1 %
Genera! Merchant,
FAIRVIEW, B. C,
Keeps the Largest and Besl Assorted Slock'of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, &e.
nny pluce south of Vernon, nnd sells on terms to bpit tlie limes,
Choapest Place tu buy for dish jn Ilia Qkanagnn Coiind'y.
FULL WEIGHT AND  MEASURE ASSURED.
districl generally.
► #.
A bill will bo Introduced in lbe Legis
out  ns guild u sheet us possidle, nnd     St!|>iimli lenders will In receli-cd iot tliocon-
,. ,       ,,, ,       ,. .    .   '•  in ufinuilK iea, per week lipttvoon tlie
one which will he ol   ioliie pructicul nlwve plncim. purlieu :,   a", a. ntliolr
use in nd vn ring ilie Interests of the ,      .„,      '''-'" "'"! '"'"'"' "' "n'lvnl l""1
l'riiiiiii i .aa-.   . [iiitnliilng furlhor Informa-
O":!..- ■,,,-■ .a,,i ,;' |ir„|,iiHed contract limy
, eon in ' !■'■ -I. rnrniH ol touder may In-
i.liliiluodtil tliii'pu i ill-. - ul Vornon, Penile-
1,'iliirc llti.-' coming session for lliu es- inn, I'lili'iTuv,-, 0..iiyuiis, Ituek Crook, Midway
, ir , .,!■ ii, ,.;.,,; i a,.i, i r nnd '''ii'' Kiver; tn .Ur. Nicholson's, Cninn
labhshineiil ol a  I rovmciul School ol   \,. ;,:.,,.. ..,.,: ,; ,;,. ,;,,,;,,,. iiromi forks.
Mini's.   As thu milling indu^ry is by "'"' "" '!    - !" '"ulerslgnKl.
far the mosl  iinporlunl   In tills Pro- R. H. l'LETCHER,
,    ,      ' ,   , I'. ii. Inspoolor
vmre, und the fijtnri of lbe country I'ostOdlc b -p- .-i-.a- (ini'e.
will greatly depend on if, the idea of
establishing spell an Institution iscer-
lainly practical in llierMii-nn-,uiui unless the act in question is very badly
framed  M  ttHqiild receive iiiiaiiiuious
siippiA't.
i-..  	
COUNTY COURT AT OSOYOOS.
A. G. FI
■ii~i
WT1
f
COURTS  OF ASSIZE.
Table Showing the Bul-:- aud Places of Courts
of Assise, Hisi Hri'e,. Oyer and Terminer
nnd Cei'.:. al t;,a,-,l Delivery for
.1-'; aar 1311-1.
LIQUORS Al GUIS,
Barnard Avenue,       Vernon, B. C.
KALI, ASSIZES
(loldcliOol, 17, Before Ills Honor ijuilgo
Bplulis,
I'liellslielidel' vs. iiiuiiiii, .Mull.II.
Crowder, Walj.uis and Cornthwailhc
(Great Hopes .Mining Co., Deadwood
Cam]), Bouudaiy).
Tins case was tried under the county
court mining jurisdiction and was a
suit for the recovery of wages. Judgment by consent nud order made by
the court fi r monthly payments liy de-
c,,.,!,,,.;.-..(. it,.- i-.uu ur •?-" i" ■  uiuuili,   "•'»i>»«« * »'"'"' ';''■ affrleultural Machinery.
This case should have been entered fur
.i ,-,,-! i   .    i     i-    ,    .■ Jk.sg&aa.li  For—
Ihe court at Midway, but ilie fuel ol
its doing entered for Osoyoos was in no | TllB 0kan8p-S|lillllKHIIIini DiSlS.
way tho fuultof the, regislrur,
INGRAM & BUBER
General Teamsters and Freighters,
Cl'-,,1111      Tlitirsday,20lli Scplonibor
llielillold  Monday,211bSoplombor
Iviunloiiiia Monduv, 1-1 October
Vain .i ll luy,Sib October
bytlou I'Viilay. I2lh October
New W'e-tuiiiisier Tuoidny,Uth November
iriii...'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '.'.'. Ti'''"'ii'uy', a'lliXi.vi-iuiiei' Hoiuiiliii'y Fulls, two cents per pound for two tolls or under,   Marcus to Mid-
■"'""■   I1'  it,,.'...,„ ,i„    Jlai'cus to Griind Pruirie one cent per pound'.
C. F. COSTERTQN
VERXOX, U.C,
The Anglo-Columbian Ct..   L'td.,  Wholsale
Importers uf Wtapfl "-"^ Bpimlto.
ROCK  CREEK,  B.  C
Kates from Penticton to Cnmp JIcKiuney,  Hock Creek.  Midway und
uudiiry Fulls, iw
wuy, the suine rule,
Special Rates for Large Orders and Ore Qontracts.
IjUfl otliei' enses of Johnson,  Wells
nil;
antl McDonoll uguinst the sumo company were withdrawn by the plaintiffs,
owing to their being entered ul
Qooy&s,
Ellis vs. Oioc^stio- Deleiidniit ordered to pay amount sued for ns able,
either in cattle or produce,
McAfee vs. Kline-Tdis wns a cluim
for $380, wages as bartender ut the
bidden (lute hotel, Fairview. Mi,
Stevenson appeared for the defendant.
Vi.tu,',! Ilie plaintiff was cross-examined
it ivns proven I Inn lie bud been n purl Ti"' Lcal,1»B
per of Mr. Kliue the dufendunt in hi.    WHOLESALE  &  RETAIL
Intel business.   Ilia cluim to recovci ' GROCERS
wages as bartender wns therefore no. ! Of the Northwest,
allowed by the judge,  Tho particular,1 fSpoJiane, Wasii.
Of the plainl were altered by the ruin-! j stll.15 AGENTS FOR
who ordered the partnership accounts , .       ,  ,-, , ,        , _   ,     m
to be gone through by the registrar   LlPlon s Celebrated Ceylon ^s.
His Honor remarked thai   then'  up- Anheussr-Busoh  ■-.-ii.veisar Beer.
neared to have been an evasion of t.he|"Dlamp.ni ainery Butler.
law, wbell Ilia   I'.e.'ia ,.   i,.,.-.  taken   out
in Mr. McAfeeV linme, owing to Mr.   "1',t0  '"
The Royal insurance,
The London k Lancashiru,
The Insurance Co. of North /tlii(-.;'lcn,
Tho London k Cauaiila'8 tire Ins. Co.
Tl,(i S„n i.it'o Assurance Co., ol Canada. I
The Canadian Permanent Loan & Invest-
ment Co.
The Dominion Building ,\: Loan .tsso-
oiatlon.
General Real Estate & Financial Agt.
NOTARY l'i:iU-,l('.
SLGANE rAIWB-RIUHMONlTcO.,
ENDERBY HOTEL
ii. w. \vmoHi' I''..'.'',
:-:   ENDERBY, B.C.   :-:
Llvoi'j in Coniiuclion.
First-cltwia tiuconimodtiUoti for Cominorcial
Trii\cllii'ri.
Iluiillng und Fishing in abuiulanco through
lliis ilisli'lut,
Puck Horsus and Guides Eurnishcd tn Hiioris-
mon un shortest notice.
VMTOM HOTEL
VEKNON, B. (".
IVIcAiiley & Grant,
I'ROPltflsTORS.
I'ila-.l CI.AS? 1+ KVIUIV lU'tSI'KCT.
I.'IIAUOKS HODE1IATK
BANK-MONTREAL
 +	
CAPITAL (lill pgld DP)       $12,00U,UOO.
1IK5T            0,000,000.
SIB DONALIJ A, SMITH. Pros.    HON. GEO, 15, DEUMMOND, Vice-Pres
IO. s. ccoLsi'ON, General Manaoeb
IIATKOl'- 1NTKUK.ST AT IUIESENT 81 l'Hlt CENT.
BULLION AND GOLD DUST HANDLED.
Brunches in Loudon, Mug., New York and Chicago, add In all the principal cities
inCanada,   Buy and Sell Sterling Bxcliiinge and Cable Transfer's. Grant
commercial aud tra\
Drafts Issued.
'I'lmgclli'linngo
•lliog credit s,,icallable in any partof the world
Collections Made to all Points.
iiit.iNciiKs i.s nniTisn Columbia:
VANCOUVER     -     -     NEW WESTMINSTER.
VICTORIA    -     -     -     -       NliLSON
Veraon Branch : 6. A. HENDERSON : Manage^,
-"—-,
^ewicice
)
(LIMITED)
§
«
Sl'
Real Estate, Insurance k General Agts,
BANKERS AND CORRKSPONDKXTH
FOB
Gil^ERT'-S RESORT.
OKANAGAN LANDING,
aUNTDfft, FISHING, BOATING.
TllUKULGMlV COM,V,O^T.Ui.t.l':.
-rii'sl-cIiisH—
LIQUORS and CIGARS.
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL.
Centrally Located In tho Boundarv Creek
Mli.inc Camps.
BEST Of I.liil'!','
AliD (Tii'AKS
lank of British
tUUjtUiag ftJODKUATR.
Mining Men Pcrsoiidlly ContluqUnl tfi Anj of
tho Can ik oy IfiVi,>*o>» Vuriiiahuil,
THOMAS. J. HARDY, PROP.
Agents for Sale of Lois on tne Aberdeen and Lyons
WULFFSOHN& BEWICKE, Ltd.,
Dock House, Bii.i.ithk Stbeet, London, England,
VANCOUVER, B. O, JIND VEItNON, B. O.
J0HANN WULFFSUHN, Managing Director. j?^
Vernon Branch, G. A. Hankey, Manager.
Kline not being a British subject,
  ...
CORRESPONDENCE,
-.    :.;;;;;;;,,l,,J',,,(,,«,,,:GRAND     pRAIR|B   |BOj]K   [EEEK   HflTEL   t    (    (
SLOANE-PAIMI-UICIIJIOXD CO.,
KI'OKAXE, WASH.
W, DALRYMPLE,
3; S3i'>r!!li      :j>.L; tcri3CEj:t.x^ ia2i
FAIRVIEW, 11. ('.
All   Kinds of Repairing,   Horseshoeing a
;"(*v.,'U'i,,
2H.   Cr.   Sltt.K^arl.^rK^la.txaa.x'13
STAGE LINK.
CUI'I'VIII!
lotlic Editor of Tne Anvjixoii;
Dear Ilnmi EDiron I vas laki
mooch gcnl in your pnjier, ll vas so dul
I vii8 over tickled soinetiine, nnd I vus
mooch interesl In your,'irl icules on mining, lm! Mein Gott, van I dut first iirli-
culoby llei-r Malnlauder have seen 1
suv to meinself, dul viil nnl step der,
der vill be von nncer to dal, or mein
on me sbiill nol bo Schneider. I liglil
nieiii pipe und vile 1 look over dec tup J
of mein specticle, in mein 'owl d 11 Osoyoos, Rock Creek, Boimdiiry Crce
nny lo metnse.lt, dul, mis tor to sopaiate
er province; und vat wis der const1-
/fiionce?, vylderiuoosl dennoder legis
lnlor, und den 1 smile trill leellle in
mein sleeve mid Buy —Achl lllinme! I
he van I to bo ein grosser I'i ina". Deo
I read sonmioro nnd 1 fufgel meinseh"
"iilil I dec paper gut mil dill aneer
Maim lii'.nii, Coll Inllimmel ,lm\v der
(ear ml! il'nwn Ihein liu.k mid I liuigh
,i!l i\or vny down nieiii pmiy, nud .nv
to tnciitsi'lf, vns'bit no! seln' go >| f nnd
how vill lli'i'i- Miilnliindei' like ,\,u ':
Den 1 sily lo tneln leellle vlfe, dul is
vei'guilt for del- IIcit Editor, il vill
bring 1 ■ iin mooch cupy; dm I vas ver
llisscrpolnt, for I now see nu more uf
dim, nun ao toe nml mein \i!',-, v.. joiisl
talk ndni'ii'iiini, ven in rome der puper
mil der Inst rti-lleiilii from lleri' Alnin- i
(ir.-ind Pruirie
i, -engei's und Kxproi
Leaves Gt'iintl Prnlrlo (.Vnrlli l-'oi-k, viu Mo
[ju'cn'sl "u U'.'ihies'iiiv imli-'iilng, arriving
i Klin..:- Tliiu'.iii,, ovcnlug,
Loaves Ottoyoos t'rliluy morning, Keying nl
Gl'llllll 1'iaa'ie a.illll'iluy OVOIllllg,
SCOT' 22 X.
(lllAN'li P1UIRIE,KKITLE IUVEH,
Good fcluaa v
Liquors and Cigars
,   ,   .   (Ibiiii. Stabling.
I'iUGES REAHONAHLE.
McLaren bros., proprietors.
ULACICSMITH   SHOP   IX   CONNEOT10N
Sti,g.e., Leiive overy Monduy and IVcdnesday !
fin- Mureii-. W'nsli.
FAIPIiW HOTEL!
INoxl la Mr, Elliot's store.)
JOHN MOFFAT, PROP.
povincial Board oi' Horticulture.
Tllla full,,nil
qiiiiriintlii
UK lillleealiitli; ll, ni  OQIlStltlltCll
e  KllllldlH ll'llCI'l!  MlHOI'J  .-Iinl:
lander.   Deo I ivcoinii sm n -d ex
cited I mein speed! !.!>' no! find, nod
me nud ii,ein vlfu hilhl fui' il, ia lill sdi
sny llert' Schncli'e", no i- .1 tl mi your
liriiivsi'l' Veil! Velll 1 out  link of' der
hrmvse, but of der snectwe,    Dan I  enu.,.AnimSlC'bi™n,,,Htbolu#0i'l.,i[l,otora
life der spi'cliclesii  I  nn!   ,„r■■ snuie illstrllnilloii, vls.l
.'■ifilernrlicule, onddi'ii I rean ti  vord     victoria The Inspector ol r'rult l'csu.
mil vord iiil.il 1 vas nt dor tail, j   Vnncimror
Doiini'r welter iiocb ein inal! vat ein    Vow IVoslinlustor ITIios, Cuiuiliigliam, Km
scorcher dat vas.   All dal about need    L»-orpool )
H., r.ihilh't, und lulling dnt man Neindl   ^"'jfljf0 " ''   Clw'   ''-"'l" inarnntlno
he v/i.-i ,',n ;u,$, all dul. out mooch more1        '•      '■
vns vnt iiiiiit,: nn' place me muln sped-    ''"""" N""l"!i"li|','"l''i-
iclconinein"lil'„wse und lake   In;   Mi",",ll'|l1"(!l?'y °',;V.Henry,Esq,, qunrantlno
del'study,   Veil I It.ui lunneli study  1     Slcnmous-lsni
kookliide dut der llerr Mninlantler Vas iifMei'.
got It In der neck, so mooch so, dat it    n-inn,,- .,■:,„.  ti.  (iiiiiock-Wolistor, Esq.,
der llerr Mninlntidei' vns like (lend rail.      ' iimD'unline "Ulcer.. '
bit he not sqoil ngnin.   Tetlfel! vnt vns-   All ineinlioraaf tliallos t] are also iiuthorkod
dul, I I -II vou Herr Editor? vns suv you ■'" "s"001":"' i"'"'''''1'1*"""1'
In (lill b ,i le'ir, lleri'Ni'liui'J   vniira Nill'sel')' slm-l: llltondwl ''uf pulnts smilli uf
to nut nty ii..m nun nemo    vouih,     H|c , Iln). ll0 tak    ,n-,^0'rll0„ „,„, lhl.rc
SCHNEIDER.  Inspootod, If bulk is not lu'iiian.
-***' J. It AND1SPSON,
EXCELLENT BOARD
GOOD STAB ; a>
MOUTH OF ROOK CREEK,
Er.   X'i-fc-fcGmi.ia-fJ g-Ja.,   TXtBar.
l''insT-('t,.is.s Accommodation eon Guksts.
GOOD STABLING
it;.''Excellent I'lslilnsiiu Keltic River. -H'
GENERAL STORE
ROOK I'HKKK.
Minors'Sti]iplio3.  Also ChincBO Goods.
le Yernon Livery      S
Feel end Sale Stables,
e-
ffj'
'.!    a
fcM
llnving tnken over lbe studies of '.yitighrr k Stevenson, nnd thoroughly over
hauled and refitted the promises, I am prepared to meet the demands
of tb.'' public.  :l have on bund a complete stock of new rigs,
(double nnd single) for public use, nnd also a good lot
ol well broken carriage und saddle horses,
Tourists desiring to sec the country would do well to call.
Good Double Drivers,
■Good Me Drivers,
Mr.
I'l lliniii, Esq,, quiiraiitln
There were, no I™ than thirteen
ilill'i'i-eiitpiirfiesiiri'g"iila bnying ore ''"^riwte^iuii'itollriiS|UUr0'
:n Ilie ICoolennv country lit olio  lime
I"       ,
recently,
NOTICE,
rtoui'otni'y.
NOTICE.
In   '..: Matter oi Rioharjl Thomp-
,    .v.     -.      j      ,,,„,,     ..   m  ,-„ .ai:.;,'.:    .     I, tl a a.l,",te.
In th>. Goods ot JAKT..:, M 131,ACK
r, ;^p-,=0h                                    ■  ,TI"' '"" "ii-'i"1' d-i ii""'-1   't Hi" iilmve
Dwceo.secl. ,,;,,, , ,„   ,hl, ■ rf„t(ltI. I, aincml elulm,
All persons liavlna .my olalin against tlio {{"jWl',l.'° rWff'LK f'RiWSlil"
.hove ostato must 'si'iul   ho samo in to tho    ,|V'>,."'; ,   ," '' fflffl ''■ 'i
,,,,.,.,a.iKM,.iwi.t.ii,„i.o„,.„.....f,..,„..,.,..,.,.,0/ :i, 1t:iv,;:,i,..::,(!.,.''.:,::;'::;:;l„^„;,1?^''ivV-^r'n;'.'
f       (Slgnedl  FKAN'K IL ULACIC , ™ day of (lelul
A i'l vav Oct 21,
1 Ililii! ''
ll'.'l-llll
Executor,
21-11
I'. A.I!, LA1111LV,
(low ConliriltiVooiior.
Horses and Buggies for Hire.
MARTIN BROS.
LISA 1)1 NO IIOt'SK fOIl
Hardware, Stove, Tinware, Paints, Oils
and Iks.
FOR SALE.
Good Wateriioiis
Champion ShingleMaebme
VERNON HOTEL
VERNON 11. ('.
A First-Class House in Every
Respect.
Free Bos to all Trains
Sealed Lprs a Specially
ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED.
HARRY MoINTOSH, Propbhstoh,
ARMSTRONQ   HOTEL.!
II. KEYES,  prop,
Good Accommodatloii.
Best Liquors und Olgnrs,
Flrst.Class Stuhllng,
ARIVIgTRONG, B. C.
j^ainttoiVs JMvisic 5io.i€
OLD   POST   OFFICE
408 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
vifjinos and Organs-Easy Tonus
Shoot Music, &c.   Spcclnl ntteiitlon Klvon to
Mull Orders.
Ladies' gentle double ancl single drivers and saddle horses.
Horses boarded by Ilie week or month (box stubs if ilysired).
Horses broken to harness, und dorses nnd cuttle sold ou commission,
Denier iu buy nnd grain, wholesale nnd retail,
Cornell OIF ECTijsiaioix na.cU Tronsoii Streota
W. GARDNER, Pkoi'i..,':.,),..
Opliosito W. I;. MoffaM''H
lJQ8l OltlcoJiox lid"
Nq\8. TIiIb ntnblo will lie run slri.-lly (IrstojlntMin ovory pnrt^ulivt. Mydrlvora aro all froi
fundKoiiAlodlsiHwilloi),mul tho iiiohI iliimUc stuck tlio iimrkot can produce SpecialftttoiiLlou
to U'miBiont Irado ami to bonvdoiu.
irl All kinds of heavy toaming pi'iunplly attontlod lu
—AT -
OKANAGAN MISSION, B. C.
s   	
i'i.a.-fj.-di-CJS.t.i;.-*!-.  Open  ^Soaxcslx   JtXfTiicl.v   fox-   X*lo-u.£^lx,
PORTION   IN  CROP
All Utidiar Large Irrigation Ditch From Mission Creek.
Cheapest and Best in the Market.
;-: Also Choice Acre Blocks in Vernon :-.
Add
ress
FORBES M. KERBY, C. E.,
OKANAGAN MISSION P. O.
NICHOLLES & RENOUR L'td
Victoria,  -JS. O.
Ciiimcity, 20,000 per tiny,
Self-Feeder, with Jointer und
'I'MI'li'la,   Terms renSnuiilile,
\|i|ily Advaniik Oi'iii'i' ,,;
MARK III!.!,,
OKANAOAN  I'. I.-
A. D. W0RGAN,
' ' 'Portrait &Lantapo Pliotapa|i!ier
VKIIXIlN. H.C,
VIEWS OF THE DISTRICT  F0.1  SALE.
''J        ->*>•■ 	
AGBICULTUEAL MACHINSBY,
SOUS MIKNTS t'Olt
Brantford § Binders i and i Mowers.;
THK IIKSTIN THE MARKET,
A Full Line of VVaggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Hia'i'ows &c., &c.
AVAltl'lIIOt'SlO AT VERNON;
p.. I". Coste^toxt, Ag;exxt. LOCAL ITEMS.
Mr. J. McAfee ol' Fulrview ij .11 town.
Mr. Klemme returned to 'Imaunu 011
Monday.
Mr. und Mrs. John Mauley of Kettle
river nre staying nt Mr. II. P. I'almer-
/s ton's.
Judge Spiuks, Mr. C. A. II. Lnutbly,
nnd Mr. 0. A Henderson left on moodily for Hock Creek on their way north.
^Tm ",■,.. ''' . .    1 ' '     —I .k. ^..t..r^-'aaat- ,,-._.
very varied experience, btygrmrpck
known   nud
und nn iiniuense rust Ier.
Mi-. Joho Douglas moved cum))from
lin- Viable I" de Skylark on Friday,
Tlie sum of $1,500 for a half interest
in lite Helen in the new camp was
lately refused,
During (he pasl week there have,
been several flurries of snow on the
highest peaks of the Boundary range
The Kcno, the lute discovery of Mi
mi both sides, This winter Ibey v, i,!1 'i'/i'' fn oi) llie bench.
■Two dii-ti.i(,ii. cl .tbi Strathyre Mill-
u,:g Co., l-'iiii'vieiv, are expected In
reach Ibnl camp this week.
The liny iron throughout Ibe country from the Jlission south ul tiny
rate—wns tin-, best ever known.
Mr. F. Di-llnar's new cluim tbe
Mamiiiont,as stoked out, lakes in 150ft
of the Helen.   Tlie dispute over  Ihis
FUEDING FOI! WOOL.
The  I'erci'iitiigi'..   of  the   Directions   In
Will" iiuiil AnBluillntea,
Mr. Ralph Stephenson, barrister, of John  Meyer, is  looking belter than mailer has nol yet been fully settled
Vernon, spent a couple of days in M id
way lust week on professional business
and returned north on Sunday.
Mr. Bernard Lequime of Okanagan
Mission, accompanied by Mr. W.
Powers, arrived in Midway on Sunday
'ind is taking in tlie mining camps,
His Inst visit to Boundary creek was in
1887.
Mr. Jones, Canadian customs officer
on tlie Columbia river, came in by way
•/ Oi'.jnd Prairie und ilu,1 camps on
Monday and took a trip up to ltock
creek wild Messrs. Doiiglus, Boss and,
AI wood yesterday.
County Court was held nt, Midway iu
the temporary schoolroom above the
store on Saturday, 20th. Mr, Stevenson represented the bar. The only
cuse. that ciiuie on for bearing wns
Ij. Bosshard vs. 0. Dillior. This wns a
case for the recovery of board und
wages for work done oil one of the
recent locations near the new camp.
The defendant admitted agreeing to
give the pluiulilf a half interest in the
[claim and an order to Hint ell'ect was
Hindu by the court. The cluim for
board und wages was disallowed.
Mr. Aduio Miller. reprcsentiiigMesst's.
Hilel Bros,, proprietors of the Bridgeport milling company. Wash., paid
Midway a visit ou Monday. He dime
in liy way Coucoilcully, and Fairview,
He is Inking in the lower country wilh
a view to securing a markpt on this
side of llie line for the Gold-dust nnd
.Graham brands of flour tunned out by
1lie Bridgeport mill, which lias now
been running two months, and turns
out two, barrels per day, by lite steam
roller process, lie appointed Mr. T.
Elliot of Fairview agent for this district,
The ease of Dell iner vs. Haas, which
involved tbe ownership of Ihe old Mystic mineral claim in llie new camp,
ciiuie on for hearing before Gold Commissioner Lamlily Inst Saturday, ll
appeared from lbe evidence given by
both parties that lbe Mystic was first
located by Mr. Unas dot mil recorded
ny him, that the same claim jvns iiguin
located am} staked off later ou in the
inline of a Mia Baxter, but again was
not recorded, and that a third time
locations waro made by Mr. Detliner
und Mr. Hnas, both of which took in
tlie greater part of the former locations nnd which were recorded, Plans
were drawn by h il h parties of llie situation of the various locutions. The
gold commissioner decided  that Mr
ever.   The ledge shows up now three
feet between walls,
The bridge at Penticton is now be
Ii is fairly certain that the stamp-
mill at Fairview will be kept running
this winter 1 if not by the Strathyre
f.McNICOL
MIDWAY, B, C,
it up where ibe ferry was ran. company, by other claim holders who
nig pi
last summer,   The she is iu every way
preferable lo the original ope,
will lease Ilia mill.
The improvements lo the old homo
Mr. Leon Lequime Is Dotting up n "nl"' Mfliiiino family nre nearly fin-
fine new residence clnsn to the sawmill, i"1"''1' What wild complete altora-
Kelowna. Mr. 1). Junes is also erect- ''"'"a ,,lllh illsil1'' i>"1' out, lh,o old
ing two neat residences in the same bunw is scarcely recognizable,
town- One of the   most   joyful  men mi
Ouo hundred und fifty pounds of P "}'»'>' mountain ie Mr. J. Taylor,
Greenwood ore were taken byCaptuin ""' '•''" nmi K"'11!-' right by bis ciiinp.
Woods lust week lo Viiucouver for
treatment by the cyanide process as 11
test,
Mr, Taylor has the reputation of being
the best trainer of cats in the district.
This may nlgq account for hi;; "feline
Mr.  Jas.  Kerr,  ,1. P.,  returned to ?""L';"   ,       	
Only aboul lluiTiuilt.unl the through
GROCERIES,
DRY GOODS,
B00T3 & SHOES
HARDWARE,
MINERS' SUPPLIES.
Boundary from Chlllwack 011 Friday
by way of the Hope trail nud Osoyoos.
lie reports a little snow on the Hope
mountain. On his way wesl ho made
fust time, reaching Cliiiliwhnrk in,in
Boundary in two and one-half days by
Hie same route,
There nre nilendy several ton of ore
rendy for shlpnieutattlie Helen, which
will be sent to Everett or Tacoma as
road Boundary mountain mud rcinalii
uncompleted, About hulfof Ihlsislietivy
grading, ll is expected that by the
lHlli, of next mould tliisrond will lie
finished, The other section (from
McKiiiijey In llu. inniithof ltock Creek)
will probably take a week or so longer
to complete,
Hops were a great success at lbe Mis-
—t—
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mm.
, , ■ , ,  ,   sion tills year as fur ns the crop wns
soon  us  tbe  new road is completed, i -,   , . '  .
,,„ , ,   11   ■     -ii- .    concerned, but prices nre low, pruici-
the owners stole their willingness to I .' .      .. '
ship via Penticton provided an equally
low rule is quoted hy the C.P.H. us by
ihe S, F, A; N. railway.
pally owing to Ihe exceptionally good
crops in Europe especially Germany.
The entire Mission valley crop wns
wns dried tit the Aberdeen hop kiln.
The growers are inclined lo hold on ill
The vast majority of tho mining men
ofthissectionareof the,, jon that , h ,:l ,„■,,,:
were   llie   milling   law   of   |8II1  re.-
enitcteil il would give belter satisfaction than the law as it now stands.
More on this subject will appear ill this
pnper shortly, nnd discussion on the
subject be invited,
The Helen cluim, which bus been attracting so much attention, is a gold
proposition. A depth of twenty-two
feet bus been reached, and thu vein und
pay streak ore both widening out. It
is not unlikely Hint u sniiill concentrator will lie brought in before next
spring to work Hie ore.
Mr. Clms. Ilaywurd, Provincial tlin-
School is at present lieing held lit Mr.
Chi'istien's house in llie upper .Mission
valley, no new school district das, however, as yet been gazetted. If is expected that when Ibis is done Miss
Thompson »f the Mission will de appointed teacher. A school is certainly
required for tlio section around Duck
lake, as there aro 17 "kids" of school
age,
Mining men in this district who ure
desirous of having amendments niiide
to lbe Provincial milling laws should
communicate at once with Mr, Donald Graham, M, P, P., the member for
HOT
CL
ber inspector for the  interior, took iu j thfa H|,i||(, „.,,„ „,„,  g[ve  (,V1,,.V  (.,m.
the lower Okanagan and- Kottlo ijver sjd(!1.,,tiou t„ the ideas and wishes of
last week on un official visit,   His ob-
liis constituents and   endeavour   to
ject was not so much to collect stump- bpil)g abo,}t wh,lt cbanges thoy ,M.|y
ige
as to see the sawmill  men  nnd
make them    thoroughly  acquainted
with lbe law.   He will probably pay
this sectiou another visit within 11 lew
months,
Mr. Tood Leosof the Western "World
who made a trip through Kettle river ~d"' Thisrond would make a very mat-
„ laat week, returned north on wednes- erial diflerenoe-at least two mlles-in
Haas hud no title, having re-located lla>''  Though unable to take 111 the hauling grain and produce to Kelowna
desire,
Farmers nt the north end of the Mission valley would derive a great deal of
benefit if lbe road which was long ago
gazetted bei ween Mr. Dell's bop ranch
ami lbe Aberdeen estate were const net -
ground previously locuted by him
without having received permission to
do so, as the second local ion (Baxter's)
could not count, owing lo there being
no record of it He, therefore, held
tlmt Mr. Dottuier's location was good.
Mr. Haas was told that should he make
application to record the portion of the
claim recorded by him which was not
included by Mr. Del liner's location
(the Miiiuoiil) he would r.xi'ive permission to do so, Mr. Lanibly stated emphatically that lie hud no sympathy
with claim jumping.
' mining camps, Mr. Lees saw quite en
oiigh to convince him that lie dud
struck 11 good country, und a good
write up in Ihe journal he represents
will be llie result of dis trip. Mr. Lees
was greatly taken wild Ihe whole Oka
anagan counlry, !]olb !]orlh mil] south,
The wagon road connecting the St.
Lawrence inine with Ihe road lhrough
the reserve ba» been completed by Mr.
C, C. Sands.   Some heavy rustling wns
DISTRICT NOTES.
Mr. W. T. Smith is expected back
from Spokane this week,
Mr. T. Ellis is bringing in a machine
for lulling day lit Penticton.
for sale or shipment, and in most, case
three trips per day with a waggon instead of only two could be niailo-
liuli vs. McLean—Mr. Nenl McLean
wns tried on the I7th before Mr, C, A, |
11. Liimly J. P. al Osooyos for obtaining
11 promissory noli' for $350 from Mr,
Geo. Inch under l'nise pretenses,
Mr. Stevenson appeared for the prosecution, The court concluded that tlin
prosecution bad not brought forward
Dropping the wool is n frequent
trouble with sheep. There nre many
ilLi'.-ront explanations for this annoy-
mice tp the flock mnstor, but few of
these hint at nil ai tl;c fact that wool
must be fed, or it cannot grow, nnd nny
failure in its nutrition ninst result in
stioh if weakness that tlm floe-e-Q fails to
keep up its connection'with the kin,
and thus drops off ns ii -,t. were^ewed
- as il really ia- a! Its ruot. '!'!:■■ fleece
01 a himili'eii-pi.'Utal ali'.'i'i; jj, aia:,' up feu
pOl'    Cent.,    ill'    llllll':',     '.(" ;!'.  (j (fluid's
weight, Ilinl it constats'.! s gi-i-rn." pre-/
portion pf tho most "-a. thjgi! .11 .i.fsuf
nutrition than tlie flesh uf the  sheoii   t ,'i{     \       p
does.   Flosh has sevouty-fivo pcr'cenf,     iflPfffi   MftPH   ft
pf water (nit; wool has out) lifteon per   *MU Qv   UOi,ta»   yi„^
cant.   The flesh has in ltd dry matter
Ihe following eleiin uts, upij  ,yool has
the qnuntitii's set opposito tp tlinni,
i'l.;',:. tlie ci"i!|".. ::i,,!i of flesh is;   Car-
lion, 51.81) per .cunt.; hydrogen, 7.57; ni
;.' igi a. 15.01. „x;.a:i a,a!.:,: ii.,lios, 4.21),
Wuol; '"ii'i' 111, 411.1)3 pur cent; hydro-
gi a. 1; .,.1; m; a ..'en. 17.8] uxvgen, 83.11)
a. lies, "a,; sulplmr.
Taking lulu inciiuiil that ilu- wool bus
only 0111: liuii a. 1 ■ ic!i a,.: t In it as tho
lie h, il i;■.... ilj . ci; Iiiul il ie piirusflvu
thn.s us much of iin' olenieulK nf nutrl-
lion for euiii poiiiul weight n- the flosh,
nnd thus, if the fleece r,l 11 SI aaiai weighs
flftoen pounds nud tlio ear. uss, ufter
^hearing, weighs seventy live |ioiuiils,
, pud uuitnlitiuaot le ii tire reiinlreil for
Iho pro Inctioi) of each. This is, perhaps, never thought of by any feudal' of
;i.e Hock, 1,a-, bi) .' ::■ : scums I" b ive
been completely ;; a rt 1 by all writers
ngon sheep husbandry; and yet the uu- , QP A Mf) FORK"^
portunco of it is pai'iinioiiuf. The com- \ *-" A**** ? M A vJAI^O
taiin ignornnco at these urgent denmnds
of tlia flecco for special nutriuieiits is,
doubtless, the cause why the sheep stif
furs so much for tin: exhaustive requirements of the wool. As till! Ileal',' must
he snppliuil after the' tuiiinid itself, the
wo '1 suffers wliilo the sh"e]i escapes, at
least to soinu extent; un 1 us the wool
pimnot exist without ils neccssiiry iu:
compiuijineiil of Hie yolk an 1 grease,
whicli naturally protect it from injury
by Ilia ruins, heat, or co! I, this ia to bo
considered as culling for re pil it ttri-
ment as well m lit" nctni',1 I e Ij of tho
animal. It is worthy of note, too, tlmt
ns wool contains considerable sulphur,
fhis in also to bo provjdeu in tlie food.
Every time tho sheep is nn turfed, or
suffers from any oilier cause, it appears
in the wool, tho Slier at which shows a
thin plueein it, uiui each of those weak
spots represent a fault i:i feeding, qt
other part of the management. Tins
weakness in tlio fiber is ruinous to the
wool, as it enmes it to break in the curding or combing, nml thus become too
short for tlio spinner, nnd III only for
felting. This defect is known hy the
woolen manufacturers nnl buyers us
" break,"and makes it. unsaleable Con-
soquontly, the nutter of feeding, and
till! regularity of if, nr-: special polite tu
be regarded by tlio she,,iienl. Yet it
uiVist' '. '.,0 supposed thin tb" wo il only
winters: tlie sheep must necessarily
Biuler, for tbo damage to thu wool is only
one of Uu' vi idle signs of injury to tin,
whole animal,
}n ostininting Ido amnmit of too;
r.pccsaary for a sheep, all these points
uro to bu taken into ncrouut, uut the
gross wcighl of the anitiinl is to be in
er: used, fur cstiiunting the ulluwuiico of
fun I by the proportion to be udilud, on
account of the oxtrn dry subitanco of
tho fleece. Tuba 0:1 the s:i.'e situ, ii
will bo quite reasonable to mid  tnthn
live WC) (lit of   tli"   sheep   fully I Oil |'"1
o nit,; li.at is, to doiiblo too weight, niuj
■a.ii'.i;,",!.! the ration nccor!in,,'!y. Tlio
uorinnlullowuiiou of throe per cent, of
dry matter par 101) pounds of cui'Ciiss
iit.'iy tliua lie duubloil. witlioul uuv fear
rn' overfeeding.—B, Henry, in Auiericuii
Agriculturist.
JUST   .    ,    .      Q, Arthur Render
OPENED General Mer.eha.iii
1 IP I 1 BOUNDARY FALI S; 3. C
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1"- 1
2LLER
V/ATCHM      R
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;   a    ■'.     a  I '   . 1 ialtj
ill  M iil'l-   '.', „,ia, ale I.
Tbe Cozj Siiaviiig Parlop
i'i i; -ai'.. n.c
The Gilmore Blook,
Opposil; the I-;,,; Office,
,.   Luili     n : - liuii    ■ ..      .1
K. liDllD.lH   it I'll V,  I'     la
done to make this road, there being Luffl(,ient evldonce ,„ Wftl,rant „ ,,„,,
over three miles of grade and one mltmeut imd dismissed the case.
thii'thy-two  foot  bridge across Kus- ,        ,,,,,,,,
,     „„ . , ,,ii    Mr. .1. Douglas having sold llie.,Manic
moos creek,   ihis road runs through „    .      ...       ,,  ,.
,,   „   .   T.     ,       ,,,       .   .,     , group ol mines 111 Atwood s Cunip to
tho Paris, Lincoln and tho majority of ?,       ,, ,,     , ,,   .,
,,    , .      .   ,..,., , ,'  .,, Mr. .1. B, lioss, lias moved In lie Sky-
the claims in Whites camp, und will ,   ,      .        „   ,,     ,,
1 I •, 1 ! 1        nilli       '.li- \ 1 11 ■....   1 !!,.,
greatly reduce bhe cost ut' shipping on
ADILHOHNlUCuvV.
•lie Looks niuih i.i'ki floroo nml Dntigo
UUU I'll!!.: Willi lltii'iib.
Kl-rr'i'l.I'.   WIVKT^,   B, < '.
Stages  to .11,-irens, Wiish,, nni!
Midway. II. (!,
Every Attention Given to Guests.
• I. !.. W I Si; .MAX. Prop,
J. Kerr. R. D. Kerr.
Ki! !','!< ISl\;OS„
BUTCHERS,
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CANADSAN PACIFIO
RAILWAY,
The    World's     lli-!|\v;iy
from  .\li;n|lic   to  I ';n ii(■•
— 4, —
STEAMER ABERDEEN
LEAVES I'EX'rft'TON
TUESDAYS, 'rtuiESDAYS  and   SATURPAVfj
a S p.m., Connecting at
0 K A N A G A N  L A!. I; I Ij g
Willi Trains for the East and IVost
+
Tlirmiglt    lli'sl-l lii.-.s    Sk'e]iillS'    ('iim
l,ui!,v lletivecn Viiiieouver nnil lioiu
ii-iiil inul si. Paul,
MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS 'thm"*h 'rMi'
llllll i'.e iiii' !
Jliaii ilelivct'cil at duel; Creel; anil nil
^tinilij: I'aaui-.
a   on   Sole   li
ins! Points,
Kiwtern
Datos Lowor TSmi Hoy Ote Lino
—-
Eor RntcH, Time &e,, Apply to
H, S, SCADDING,
Agent, Ptr: riOTON
OR TO
G. Ml. BROWN,
Dist. Pass. Agent,
Vancouver, B. C,
SPOKANE FALLS
and
NORTHERN RAILWAY
Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway
ALL RAIL   TO  NELSON,   B.   C.
to Marcus. Mr, Sands has ton men at
work putt ing up buildings and has a
large mortar on the way in fi'iintSpo.
parties driving from Vernon to Kelowna could suvcu round of seven miles,
A party consisting of Miss Jones,
Mrs, Lundy, Mrs, McDonald, Judge
•Spiuks, Gold Commissioner Lanibly,
Mr. Palmerston und Mr, Henderson of
the Bunk of Montreal paid a visit to
Atwood's .'ind White'spamps Inst, week,
Iind a look at the mini's and a very
pleasant day's outing!
Mr. J. B. Boss, who lately purchased
the Mnlile group fioni Mr. Douglas,
clime In on Wednesday, after sending
jn n large amount of supplies, and milking other nrrnngeinenls for the thorough development of llie properties
acquired (iv him. His foreman nud
timekeeper came In a few days del'iuv.
Mr. Boss' advent In Boundary is a mater of great importance nud rongi'e.luln-
live men.
Mr. King and and family left Hock i kane which will be used to crush the
creek last week for Spokane. j richest ore.   The St. Lawrence Is now
The stampmill commenced crushing | sufficiently developed, to work twenty
ore again at Fairview lasl Friday,
Mr. T. G. McCormick left Inst mon-
day for Vernon. He will de abseil t
aboul a fortnight,
Fifty ton of Brown EJear rock and
ota of Wide West ore are being put
through the mill at Fairview,
Most of the Mission wheat crop was
purciiwod by Mr, B. Lequime for his
mill,   lie paid $16 per toil for it.
Cuttle sales continue to be few and
far between in the Okanagan, The
Kettle river cnltlo are however finding
their way lie a near and good market—
the Trnjl creek cunt]).
The ''short cut" road in the Mission
Valley, which bus been promised to the
settlers in thatseotion for the past ten
years. Is still unbuilt, By Ihis road,
which comes out near Mr. T. Wood's,
terms of the side nre ns yel private,   it
is the iiiieiilion of Mr. Douglas nod associates lo continence  operations on
the .Skylark us soon ns possible, und
oro from this well known claim will
again  shortly  Iind  its  wuy  to  tho
smeller.
The Okanagnn lake, stoam (led now
The Idea of reclaiming land along'consists of four sleamors andonopri-
the shores of Okanagan lake by thejvate launch, to wit: tlie Aberdeen,
clearing out of the Okanagan river has owned by the C. P, 1!. and a first-class
H. C. COOPER
MA.M'I'Ai TL'UKH nl'
fjlPllflQQ PH(1 fiflfllllpPV    0n(y through sins to Nci-jcn
! di liCufi allU OdUUHil J Kas.o. Kootenay l.ake
and glocan Points,
ThMDgb Trains Ssiiii-Woekly,
VERNON, II. C.
FOR SALE.
t'lalal). DATS, HAY AN'll l'OTATOKH.
,V-li lieiii'li', ■ i"l at "l.aaaaia fall:, a- -miu ,1-    Dililv,   eNl'ep!    Sllllll    ..
liaii  itl'iliucl' ail!,- uu llu:; l.al,,a ' , ,   ,',
, „,.„.,,,.,,.,,.   ,. .une and .Uureus.
. .     1     I       '..-l)\, ',  i INI1M.
7:1)11 n.in. bv.
SI'OKANla
Ar. '.' ■ a., i.
attracted the attention ot land owners
in Hint section of the district for a
long I due pust, It Is to be hoped that
some practical action will be taken
this your and assistance obtained from
the Dominion Government. Therecun
be no doubt thnl to thoroughly cleun
out the bed of the Okiiungnn river between Okanagan und Dog lakes would
serve u double purpose. Il would mil
only render the river navigable nnd
extend navigation to Qtytyiysp Falls,
Inil also by giving Oknnugan Imte 11
belter outlet reclaim un Immense quantity of land nt the dead of the lake,
Kelowna, Boiiehcrie's, Trout creek nud
olher points. II, can serve 110 good
purpose to let this project lie dormant
another season.
boat ill every respect] lbe Lucy (old
Okiiniigiin) willed is used for lowing
logs und sued Hko business j tlio Fair-
view, which is tied up ut Oktinugaii
Landing und will probably not run until the (iknunguii river is nitiilc navigable, ;,nd lliu City of Vornon, which
hij.'.ls ihe commodore's pennant und is
I'liiiiniandcil dy tlie only und original
Captain Shorts, The Bteaui' launch
Miriniuchee is 11 prlvutii pleasure bout
only uiui is uwued ut ICulowna. Mr,
Snodgriiss has also 11 steam launch on
Dog hike.
Tlie bench sel tiers who took op
places within the past three years behind what is known as the Priest's
range nt the Mission, have been gelling
011 well.   Messrs. Kerby Bros, uuu B,
About forty men in all are placcriiigl.miiiime are buildin-g nn Irrigation
on Hock creek, of whom fully th-ity ditch three miles long from Canyon
will winter there.   Messrs. 0l'i|, Dona- creek, w^ich will next'year place one
hue nud Madden, who have lieen working a bench digging close, to While's
bur have been averaging t\\mnt $0
per day to the man. Thev. have been
working the first benyh, dark of the
old cabin Wiethe old ditch, and have
reached bp,d rock, and are thirty feet
In on the face of the bench, They are
going to drift this winter. Messrs.
Pemherlon, Davis nod McAfee (the
Sunday Oompany) whoso claim lies
thousand acres of their respective
places under irrigation—all good
bench. The contract has been lot for
lbe grading of one and,qno-hulf miles
of the ditch, the rest of which will bo
mostly limning. There is little dutllil
thai Ibis bench land will ill time produce more fruit than the bottom lands
in the valley, wWeh are. better sidled
to hops. Mr. l'l'itcUurd, one of the
bench settlers hud this season grapes
ripen In the open ittr,  The vines were
about n  mile  iielow,   the falls—thi'
hundred yards belovf Jolly Jock's old never watered,
cabin—have a  very good bench prospect, r>l i.i' which they have been Ink.
tion to all interested in mining In'this I ingfalr pay,   They consider that they I  ,, . „,   .   „„, „ , ,    ,„„,,.
,    .        ... aa     ,,  ,       '',•■■, ,,    ,        ,       ,, MAnra-OnSaturday,EOtliOolobor, 1801,tlio
section, us he is 11 mining uinii ,u well bevy itr-uoK an old channel, as thev wifouf.Mr. s. Miii'iinut n sun.
II1KT11.
I'm cut  1'ViiIh.
Tho Homestoud hits Ihe  following
about I'.'Uidiini'iitul!' I. coii lit ion powders etc.: "We sometime sin uposo I
the clinrni'ter of pociilled t'liinli'iiolititl
food, claiming Hi .1 nn nrli 'In of pro
ci:: ly similar composition co:i] 1 lie inn I"
by mixing common lee.in::;, lull in pro-
per la'ia.erli"!!. Tho lull : would uol
cost over i;;l '-'.'i porewt, wi ilu ii s |iiiteut
I'o'.id, no butt •!• in coiiip(»>it 11 or ,a 1!
ity, en-: >; pur cwt, Wei i 01
' ,. el pes [or liinlilnft on lin:.' fo ils.
■' :., . . tlll'Si :a" . . 'sun ' eldllllg
I naiiiiiils ni!' ilu ii i" .1": 1 lillii a 111
co li 1111, Siaiillet'ij'.i 1:.titii ■ 111 he 1 il.
oil in mi - Kitne 1 '..]''■':: m 1 n\ idvon
'i'i-":" intiules, iilluuiil •::.• I'letl 1] wiblit
i'.Iiou I bo yery ctii'el illy iiu 1 liiifroiighly
iui.'.eil 'aa'clhei'  na ut 11  Hllluotll   floor.
!'.. li    I' li iiu.'!'.;,..i'.'|ii.".]i!"' BllgiU' will   do,
ir tin ■ In a]ie-! brown thai etui be had.
If cottonseed ea.eil is used, ::< l Hi t
ilei'iU'li,ailed. ' 'I'll"   sail]' 'Ier.    Iiu' Bill-
pluite of iron nnd tlin suit slionld lie well
inlvei.a'.e.l niu! slfleil, iind tltnsiilccs bo
:,, ., of tin best qniillty and liucly
•;..a,i:ul Tho fenugri.'okis n plant he-
jonij-;'.;,- to the clover funiily, the seed of
ivhiaii iiuve n stt'iing, peculiar snioll und
1111 oily, bitter tutite,' snaa iso.l to bo 11
tonic and stimulant, S;io'.'iul cittllufoed:
Locust henn'ni'ciil ti ai lbs, corn meal
lulu) lini, linseed inenl iliiu lbs, sulphur
-ID lbs, saltpeter in lbs, suit 80 lbs. fenugreek '.'0 ilis, geiitidu in lbs, Btilplinte of
iron ,'1 His. inn-:'! fell 1 Ids, ginger li lbs.
A lluuil l'ullll,
An, exchange Biiysi '.'Don't got mad
mil kick tiie rum (lint uses his head
occasionally; for ".'rain that cun't knock
ii mini iliiwn (iins'in It while Is not worth
having; n sleepy ram is a poor sire."
Tins ii!.!ii'B,ti's. unit its author gels his
ido.i nt f:yi'iii'iig irom a long ihstnnce
SILVER
EXTRACTION
] Kc Gasssl Qold
.    On Willi, stlny*   ""I  Satunliiy.-   (mine will
rim llmjiih'li 10 X' linn, nrrivhiji
niukliiK t-lii>«i*«jii !-      11 ...'   ■    iiiur Xul-
SDll fill' t\.--- li  ■■ .;. ■       1 vn |i 'ini
l| !;,;   ,       il >!     1   1 .  I .      11 111]
'<     - iiii''   !•'] ■':■■'
,■
: ■ . ■ .....ia. }, ■ :,:'■" LL': vi fur Trail
, ,.,:,■ Ni . ■■ •■ ■ 11 uver, Id v. ■'■ k m ■'
nil tmfnlK >:\ rliu' 1 'niiiulinn 1 ncilli; mllwii).
will luitvuHimkiiiHi "U Willi ustliiys miil   mn
■i.i 1 ■   il 1 ti.in, 1' ■ ■iii!-1 ■' Xi rtliporl willi
' slwimcr (Jdliuiiljiii isitmd iliiy.) ul i |i.in.
En .       , l'li^-n,;,'':'.-  !),-  Mil Illl) ' ■ fl'Dlil llbol " |Hiillti IVV-
vfr^rfinri   [,o        <r      riwin S)iiiftaiii! rtinii evening
—^ fivi 1; ('(HlllL'i 1  111   Mlll'i lit- v,: !, -'..-■■ ■■:    Villi
i|:i\ -, Tin sdnys, Tin': (lays an I i'VIuuj -.
(The MeArthiiP-Foppest Process)
aNiuco,
BOOKSELLERS, ST^TIONPS
Illll I...a .    11
MUSICAL  INSTRUMENTS,
SEWING MACHINES,
WAtlMPIHR,
TOBACCOS, Etc., Etc.
(foodies for All Mnkos of So\vlny.
Jlilihiiii's Kept in Stock.
Mail orders IVoui Iba Lpyyer.Country,
will receive i".'i'.iii]>t ultention,
il ivi     I''.;" rim intal    Work ;    .,'
VAN! Ol   . 1 : . ■■.  in ■:
to tn        aa      of oi   from 1 lb,
ti 2.0 '     , ;a.  Cyan! :■   Pro
:ae '.',    tin 1 endn  I mi
lug required,
i'oa Full Particulars apply to the
Company'i Superintendent,
W. PELLEW HARVEY, F.C.S.,
ASSAY OFFICE,
nlOan VANCOUVER, B.C.
D.  fScDUFF,
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, KC.
All Kinds of Work 1'a.iiLinuil lo tlie Suit,
faction of Custoiuei's,
CANN rv Co.,
VBBlfoKI,      S .
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County Court Notice.
MINERAL   ACT, 1891,
 •«	
Ocrtlflcnt^ of Improvements.
•c-
.VOTH'K,
'I'tiKCiiiiNK'iii'i.i MiM'iii.ti, Claim,
Situate iu the Kottlo Pivot Mining Division uf;
Yule district; ou ilie Summit octivoon
Itoinnlnry t'rook Mnl b'ourtli of July rml; , "•
In WhlroHCnmi). ffiJTTIXGS of tlio County Court of Yalo will)
TAKK NOTICE tlml I. William MiiLoju, O  bo holiloniwfollows:
free liilncrs eortillealo NVWMKhiloiliI,-    A, Osoyooson Wednesday, loth April, isn.v
mid cousldorf the man and the nun a  g0s|,| ^Xim f* a ffllroWitevo0.    At Midway on SnturdaX. isu April, 1805^
puituf agreiVt aiiiiiiiitod binilsciiiio, the   „,„,|U. (,,,. ,1,,, ,,„,.,, ,.,., hbtnlnlnij'ji iS'oivn nt the hour of cloven o'elbck'l'ntho fordiioon,
iCciies    r'whicn tii'ii eiuicii'l  lor  his   grnntofllienbovoelnlni, nyCoiiii ul
iluilis :a. nt.    yo'ltiO, -,'iviliy.e.l,    Bolf-ro- ;   Antl furllicr tnko notice, Ural mlvowo olnlins ,.  \ ji''i \MUI Y
.a|''"'i'.:i:; 1.1111 would li.'.'' to get 11 whack   must ho sent to ,Iho Gold (.'oiniulsalonei'nnd
;u tlie icliow who thinks no must bo
action commenced boforo the Issuance of Btieli
corllflciito of liiini'ovomcnts,
» niurdorto jierpotate his riice.-.:   DnW this 20th day of Soiitombci', 1801. oll.Sin
,'Iul' aim .I'iii'iU'.r, j
R.0.0
QO^'pHNMKNT Ol'KK'K. OSOYOOS,
Wril April, 1891 Should be Assisted.
li is ii notorious fact Ihal tin re ni
i tiiimla-i' of on 11 along lbe line wh
'iiinke their  living solely by ■ a nlin
■.'iiii  ant horses.   For  Ida.  class  i
FR5ESIA RtFlieCTA ALflA.
(.'liiir.'U'li'lihll,-. ul 'r]i,a:u Wiluoi  Jlt'liilti,).
I nun Hie Cum      10,.ml  lli,|ie.
These bulb; a,'., conspicuous, says C,
     -  ,      ,.      , H. Allen, jn American   Vgrieultnrist,
I""'!'1,   ""' '"|V|!I,!  r"''"v; "   l,;,s amongthormn.iy thai have beenintro
always been a place nl refuge, and will .,„,.,, ,-,.,,„ the Capo of Good Hope, not
always dp so more or I  nl u will only for thpir graceful forms and pleas-
Imve liaef-ei'l.l an dv v'lot '• ;u-i i|i!e. imt. fragrance but for their uses ill the
There is, however, no n ssity why window garden, and for florists' uae .-.a
horse thieves nnd cattle lifters should entllowers.   'l'ne siiecies war icasion-
, -,,i, ,      .   .i   ;.   ,     i aid' fouu '■ in boliin cul and iinvub   col
'"' l«'''unUed to carry on   heir trade ,,.,.•,;.„,„.,, ,.„.;,. ,,B mr,   ,,Ht ,,, , lli(1
will; ini'pi inty mi the Untish sale, and   ,,,,, ,„.. ,,,,,. tlf general use until wjlhin
it  is certainly r,  di   Imped that the   the last leu years Whether thereismorc
authorities wiil de rendered every as- tl1"11 °"° "l.1™"* is ",. 'i'""'; '■' i:.:  ;ia
, .,   ,   •; .,,     ,' ,.ia  . liuii li.ei'e nre da .oa i  i-unctfcs,
-Menee  by  residents ol   the   lower ',., „,:.. ,■.„• i  watched llieir growth
"'. '.ic'c und   Kettle  liver nt llieir ivill deny, and thai there is a Bud mix
(lull:, i,at, „ei i "iii.'ins of ibis desorip- ttire in- rniiiiing together of I base'is
mm ww STii p
.p-oiKrcs- snxT'xrxx
will leave l'< ntictoji   j a. m. every Tuesday, Thursday and
Satiirday, apri.v'ing ..t Fairview i p.'ill,, and Oro( Washington,
ih.: same pyenjrjg.
ra-oxxre uroitTB
will leave Oro, Washington, V a.m., Mondays, Wednesdays
ancl Fridays, reaching Fairview at 11 a, m„ connecting with
SS, /Aberdeen and S & 0. and C. P, Railways.
Aaron Johnson, Prop.
WJ, ARMSTRONG
STBiausrowr, 33.C       X*. o. xso^ia-y.
IABDWABE, TIN Al) STOVEMAN.
0 .Siiives, Ranges and Heaters of all Kinds 2
Is   -J Agricultural Machinery,
ion n whole  reaped for British   nh'ioly r.|. - mj    Freesin refracts ulbi) l -^r\TT\   Y"=-\   ii
)TEL
l	
Only Insl week a  mull who was 1,111-   .]j-i,tly relieved by a tint of yellow and
bering for Camp McKiuuey mimed   dclicaloslleaks of lilac in  the lower
inn tinm   I fl  the countrv, hiivlug   I"'1'1  "'  ""' ">!'■», There have In n
,    . ,    , ,       ',,.  i   i ,    ■• ■. '     Iwo varieties oi Ibis, the one
''"I''1'"  "' v"il1' "li'lcu cuttle in Ilia   ,,,       ,.   ,   ..,,,,,   B.1)lch  ,,.„  ,,,;,,,,
liossession,   There is no doubt llitit, the   -.;:,     lowers  tliu'two being cointid
mill, |.|||    mi tl '    :,l ■ i,i' the line an,   ■ red  llie a.'.,.   ,•; ceies     F,   I   ii hi
lob    il.eia  sl input u slop In   '"'i'l   '-  "' ■" '""•"' yellow, witli an
,         ii,      .    ,   '    :, brown throat, mid  a  less deli
I his slulc otiiliuirs, and aro determined   ,.  „,„,,,,,„„   Thl rricia bulb is i-erv
lotto so if possible, an.! il is lliu duty easily niuiiugeil, but il admits ofbul uue
if everv right-minded  person to run- ci   ililii    nf growth' That is in n cool
Icrthcni iisssinlniico. grn iiboiise uii'l wiliiont unyullcni't al
, 0, li g.   i' a bulbs uinv bo planted ut
(Joins of Edljorlig Wisdom. , "• !;!'»'fi'nni August ioCctoVriaflei
' tin Incy I i't'lli Iii ilrv u]i and In ■ their
ll'ullMlfl'iilllAlliel'i.alll.iillirilulal vitality, '   ', ill V call lie   gl'OWU ill    I.IOi'CI
Tlie Worm Turns,   The ludv (?) who   orpins: if iu l'mxei lhey bIiouIu uol  lie
,,-l"'il:,v .-a ! the attention of an-   !"»than four inches deip live would
i id niter, as thev met nml form now
other fo i : • nil.boil breeches, whereat im]|,,„ ,■,.,,.;.,.. Although the br.ibs are
i..;. I io Ll) laughed su lieurtily, is lu- i miu.1I, ibey succeed best ivhcn nlloweil
formed l.hul n new pair will  lie  pur-   '•oinidrrubie rnoiii. The lirst sine shoul,"
rhaseifwlii ribband's bill is set-   " fh'm] lw',' »,}''1M upurt  im.-l, way.
and   covered  with one  inch of sou.
"«!•   " ll:ls been din arly a year.   |, n |.otS( ,„,,   :,.„,.,   jjv„   tu  ,.,...-.■,.
Don't criticise a  printer's dress  loo   ai.il.- in  a six-inch"pot.'    Press the
sidy  while  vou an- wearing silks   soil   lirmly over them,  and  put  the
• ""■', ,'    ,    ii      mn ]-ol's,    or   buses,   under  tho  bench,
ntl '" i' ,1'"'" '"''''     ""   v";"'   gi ing tbcinonlv sufficient water to keep
liusliuiid to send ua$20.7u nnd suve the in,. ..nil moist, but not wet. Let them
cosl of uu entire suit,—Sivinsdoro Cor- remuin until the tops appear above; ilu
al.
.Meeting the enemy,  This morning,
us we and tlie wife of our bosom were
'..iiinig nni' humble repast ntirnllicoboy :      \s\
'•nine in in gronl haste with theinfor-    .-'■iO'-'l
malioii Ihal. a man from Indianapolis        "&$
a us ai nut'nfiice waiting lo interview i
us nn the lliiuucliil situation.   Flensed
ai this supposed metropolitan recogni-
,i ui of our Inunblc talents, ive pul on
our coal, noil putting one of Billy Wat
son's justly celebrated cigars in una
pockets in do llie honors in the city re-
' I'ler willi, we hastened In find in our
saiietuii,   whal r    A   man   wlm   dad
,101110 down In see what we could i!u ill
our pitper lull,   We hope subscribers |
in a.liars will come nobly In Iho front I
in this, our hour of need,—Pliiukville       /,
'Jingle. /'
Nulled to our niaslljeud.   Our uiui    !  \ )
Tell iia   I ia.: d  i hough ilie   heavens    '
Limbic.   Our paper   Of the people, by    A
'Hie people, I" de paid for by lite pen-    ] '
pie,   tint' religion—Orfhiidox, with a      l]
I'nij  [(gliuf in  deaien.  Our motto—
I'uke nil iu sigd! and bustle for more. .     I
Hut' policy   To love our friends and   surfnee, then remove to tho bench when
injure our euuiiiies,   Our oln'ecl   To   t'-tey ure lo grow,   It is hest to grow in
...:u.e„„ I, .; living and pnvnm jus!    !"ts.lecnuse i.ic.iscofvigoroiisgj'ow-lh.
, ,       .„    '  ...    ,. ,     ,'  -.     •'       ilie pola cm do plnci'd so ns to give tin
debts,   Flunkville (.Ned.) Courier,        ; phmts the reipilred room.   The tenipcrn
^   EililoriulFarewell, -Forfourteen   :"" "' ;'" lu'uso *nmM ""'■ At '"'■■
'*, i i i . : a     rise ubovo ?ii   P., tititi eood via:
months pas we have been niak.ng an    , ,.,„, ,h„!,:j ,„„„,,,„;,_   k,^,,llllow
'.'Uort at endeavoring to attempt to try . ibe soil io become dry.   After flowering
ii  I'lulf uf running a newspaper,   A tlioy s!-o::ld be givenuiprolieiit, to ripen
special collapse some six months ngo '' ''; ; '  :    Ti"' too coimnnn prncticuof
',, ,.        ,i,T I'litlinc tie plants tinder the bench In
lircie,i!o,l!ii,,.N|>„si;ro.:l   memal ,i,s- : , ,.,: „:,'-s ,!l!t , K0(,,] „„„. «B tht> bullir
VERNON, B.C.
OI'I'iisiti-: TO RAILWAY DEPOT,
II.    C.   7;'K XT .Tj, IU :U n,   Propi-iotoie.
"S, LIQFOBS
GOOD STABLING.
Terms - From'- $1.00 - per - Day - Upwards.
a^a. :i,..tfi.''.'.;/,',   /( '';•'.'-,
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KANAGAN SAW MILL
Kelowna, B. C.
A Large Stock of All Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber,
of .Superior Quality, Thoroughly Seasoned, Con-
s,t.'!|il]v on 1 land.
s31il   S-fc-dfiC a,   aasiJccisil-ty.
0.u-tJ.S3,2ss   X-ta*om.jr,±7.~5r   X"iIZed
Lath, Shingles, Sash and Doors.
Goods  Delivered at Okanagan Falls at Reasonable   Rates.
LEON LEQUIME, Proprietor.
iy
/   a     -) .ail!,,, i/.'V/V-' .':-'-:'''' . .'
F11EESIA KEFEACTA ALUA.
■nbility Inter on,   We desisl   with 1
ill-will towards the paper or its put
I'l'iniiiced will be small mid weak.   In
itli all oilier bulbs, the pre
a, ns ithern greul linioi il'collccl- i !"'"li"" ["''„|k Mxt. ^^ &VM?>'
..."     ... ,   . iMii.pl leu lbe previous season; it is
ibk notes,   \\ ,.■ ".ini.i |lHV0 eked out [iMW{0Wi important to give the bulbs
ini' existence wilh some pleasure had every pos. iblo liulp, not only to develop
health permitted, but that is neither, bize'but blooinitig qunlitiog.
l',i     nor there.   Now, since we'uns and
yo'ii'ims    must   part,   'lis   sail   that
CAMPBELL BROS.
I.Ml'OKTKUS AND M.'IJUFACTOItERS OF ALL KINDS OF
NI
Upholstered Goods, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oil (lofts, Table Covers, Curtains,
Down Quilts, Window Shades,
Billy Carriages, to,, k
PICTURE FRAMING AND REPAIRING A SPECIALTY,
.- -wCS'    'i!,1!-" , .-■.'"'"i'A
•n    )-,
0   yA    r
-^ 0
5 u
Rifles and Shut (inns. 0
'orce and Lift Pumps,   Iron   Piping,
::■.(. J J. ■■sts ■^:.-iu,«»aj-.r.ii»J/wfiK.
W.I. ARMSTRONG,
1
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II SPRING BBEWER
R. OCHSNER, PROPRIETOR.
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First Lapp Beep Brewery in B. C,   1
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$$ Keep Money in the Province by Patronizing Home Industry. S$|
Orders From All Parte Promptly Filled.
m
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mmm^m^iMm^^m^mm
S.liiiii!ii.|iii.« for 1804.
ynu'ims havo stole ive'uns heart] but
In preparing for tho strawberry sensou
of i MM one of tho most Important things
it will bu sadder if you'uns don't bring   i,  mulchine;.    Tho  mulch   not only
in your bill before we'uns depurt, .And   -"!" llie berries clean but holds Ihe
to our debtors:   Kxpecl, tbe vengeance   :'"   l«3t-: an luira nif Rood strawberries
„    .      ,, ,     .   . , "lai miilcued nnd cleaned is worth
ni ii jusl Ijiihoiniai) s wrath to over-     t... - |0 t.tKH) moru an acre, ami the
lake ynu.   \ye trusted in God, und we     mlch alone will Lpnej}( the soil more
I   ie 11 o'i been forsaken, for we have   t'.uin the cost itself.'
ioiiiid a fellow as green as ourselves tu    , Thermits «» f;!1"1" M™, of, the next
^■" '  liiiu,'in order will bu getlmir rendy for
CAMPBELL BROS.
VER N ON, B, C.
Ha      St      sit,      at
*?> ft <S ft
Tho GARDEN TOW
Shipping and Distril
$U    $U    OfeaKiagfEfcaa. "Valley,
This new town i
ineitts lo be foil
Town Lots
The GARDEN TOWN of H. ('., nnd Ihe natural
Shipping uiui Distributing point for the famous'
This new town affords llie best.and safest investments to be found in British Cphimbiu,
Tho smallest size being liilxlSO- f,-j">.
with IIU) feet avenues null 20 fuels
bines. Acre blocks from 5 Acres upward.'!.
i'OI!  PBIOES  AI'l'LV  TO
DONALD & SUTHERLAND,
ly AGENTS, KELOWNA,
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
Accommodation,   (loud Stabling,  Termlnui
from Jinrciis, Washington.     H^^^^^
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
First (,'luss Aci'oiiiinoilntion.   (loud Stubllng,  Terminus of Stage Line
fromMiiriiis, Washington,
continuelliisdesnenilostruggle, Wild
leiii's and prayers we bid him God-
S|i. eii.   J;;'!,.: Ij^i|tTimes,
Wailing in Hope, The wind blow-
ell' lbe furiiier snivel li, and the slid-
.,liiier oweid. iiiiil the Lord knoweth
wuure in wunl of oiirducs,   Si mc u
I'uiiiiio', this tiling of diuiiiln' gives ii,
tin- bines.   Mllledgevillu  Union   und
d'ei'iil'der.
iking; lbe lime will soon be lure and
icfove wo tiro I'!::.,";, fur it if wo don't
vn I ch out. Thii elides lead bnsl ets
oust bu in readiness fur the c<nuin^r
: p. For the must suitable crates lo
ti e, cm !i grower must decide uccording
-, his ucuriicss In market. Every per
mi who owns or rents a small garden
lionld -' e llnil he bus u strawberry
iiitcli; it will givn p'u.iii pleasure to llie
nnil wife nnd ui'iili'tfen, Frinu KK) lo
i   mi i.Iiiulh will iniiko u nice i.ed for u
,.   .      .,    ,     ,,    ,  | -urn Ifuu.ilv, iiiidbyplunliuglbecnrlii'sl
.•"•li    'I'     UiH'lu    ll'1'1"   I'nvle ml hm*t niriuties yon have along sen
iliiuk Siepuiii walked iulu our office mi.   ffl.cn ones you get n stock of
yesterday nod  im|d  Ill's Biiliscrlptlun - •::''-' " l"'v ue" h,l"n1,1 '"' "tiirtotl
wild a durrel „f liirnips,   We In  every year hecimso although the two
,. ,,, ■ en;'ol'l lulls I'i'ilie in ll lew tluvs e.ifllei'
mess for (llnni'i', Juicy and luutlis •: ,;,,, i„,,;,,, ,,„ ,] ,. Vi„11- ,,i.i bed arc
us possum  meal,   ('nil iigulu, L'ncle   iniich Inrger.   pfulot try to raise gen 1
-trnwbi riles on poor luii.l. Untie dllsl
und wood lislit'B mc un (!M'!'llent fertili
/.or. Ki i |i clean from weeds, nnd above
nil do nnl forget your mulch nml be par-
no gross or
[■lovers I In your iiinlch or the mini-
uro yi- u'c—Country Geiitleuuin,
Centre of the Kettle River
Country.
Iltlllk,   Tennessee Mugl
U'oinuii'i .Aihiinci'.
•' Wjll you," lie asked, in trembling, | liciilai'lykit'iircful' there is
hopuful tonus, "lie mine;-''
"Hardly," she responded, in u rich
buss voice,
"You havo given me hope Hint you
.voiild," lie pleaded.
' "How?"
"liy  almost   iiromising  I'
ivotild nol, rejucl inc."
"That I, auotlier thing," sir
.i softer lime,
:  ll'gnj'f liiiii great hope,
" And ibcii yOii wiil do my ,, ife?" In
exclnliilcd, with a brighter light iu hit
face,
"Hardly Ilinl, I Ihhilj.'l she told llllll
.villi lliu edill again in ina' vqjc I,
■ This ii:ai'le dim uliuusl despbl''ilte,
' Wliv do V"il ti'i'al on'so:j" lie im
It     Villi
mid in
ilored,
'Wljiil ivoiild you htive mc
■Site drew herself mi proudly, almost
lelillllllv.      '      '
i ;| lin?" :!"• i schijineil,   ■, I.i,,'.'   Ask
an' !f jim inay l"' my Iiii ihand."
I /Mid lie InVed her so ihnt In- obeyed
,! ,, and lie oliei'ed lief I'VIII' and over
m
an Aiuilii Uuo.tTun iieiililiiil,
The question us to whether apple
orclinrils should lie cultivated or kepi
in grass bus long been a subject of dis
I'Ussion, Tbe Mussnchiisells horlicn]
jural society has decided Unit upplos
grown iu .crass land yyill keep louver
thiin others, and thsiefpre" niijirovos
of I lint mullipil Ut h-iist for lute keeping
sorts.
'II.  0,1   A.   Villi   l'lt'llHO.
The orchard is planted In most nny
kind ol a way, nnd is cultivated whenever tacie is time, whether it is in Ben-
sou or out of season.
winter Wiitcrltnt,
Water sbo'tld he judiciously given at
iliis se„si)ii ol tbe year. tthllltB lu a state
,.t rest I'i i,ailing bill J11tic
A   I'eiuliir.
Take iji She study of certnin crops and
learn ml t.uit yun can about tliem, unu
,e |,n i'..ia! in put the kuowlodge inio
. I'uellL'e I'e.'.t spriug
*2C Xx o    X' aa -fc XT x- e
t f      at,
;,i i      '      ft
if fi
Ti f s
.2.   :!'»|iil5£|Sii
p
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Golden Gate Hotel.
FA 111 VIEW, Bi'l.'.
F. R. KLINE, Proprietor;
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STABLING
Stopping' Plane for Stages to Penticton ancl Oro, W'v-ih.
Railway, Mining and Agricultural |»"'« m^l!w ^^"^^^
ris
[LtMIIIY, II, ^^mmm-m-M-m-m-tttttttttttttm—
Pli'st-Oluss Acconiiuodittion ror Guests, (loud Hunting and Fishing
Stages to Vernon nnd Blue Springs,
JLaOTDiliS JMo:K»£a,:ra.dL, 2Ps?op».
^ur*rr.,m*m'*..m..*r.r..
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual
Residents. 1
FOU PARTICULARS APPLY TO
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MIDWAY B.C
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Arnistroiiff, B. C.
D|;y floods, Groceries,
Boots and Slices, Etc,
A large list of farms for sillo,
FOR SALE
TN TOIS BEST l.tli'AI.ITY OX TIIE VKII
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lula. uilliei' fui' luiililiii'. ur aairiii'iiiiii;'.
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!•'. ADRIAN MMYEIt,
I'uns'os n,r,
Midway Livery, Feed and Sale Sl
GOOD DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRIVING HORSES
Kigs In Hock ('reek, Ponticton, Grand Prnltie, Marcus and all other pod.ii,,,. u,
the Country,  Parlies desirous of soohig Ihe mines should
(live us u. Call.
Heavy Teaming Promptly Attended To,
RILEY & DONALD'S
Agricultural  Machinel'y  Kept iq stock.
CONKLE & DONALD,
 MIDWAY,  B.  fi.
GENOWAYS & McAVFnEY"""
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected (lefore Leaving' the Nursery
s PO K A N E   I.A I. L s,
P, O, Box 582, U'iisliii|o|i,i|

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