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MIDWAY, BRITISH ,C0iI/MBJ.A, WEDNESDAY Q&fQigR 1?, 1894.
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AM. AT THE J/ttVE^f CA8H PRICES,
W.T.SHATFORD&CO.
Fairview and Vernon,
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PENTICTON
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J. THURBEH, Pkop,
Siluatuti nl the foot of Okanagan
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Stage Connection with SS. Aberdeen
to Fairview, Osoyoos and all points in
Was ingtoiL
jAJl arrangements made for providing
•Guides aud Outfits for Hunting Parties,
Boating inil Fishing,  low Boats and Sail Yachts for Hire.
LEQUIME   QBOS.   &   CO.
xcxaxtoyr nr a..
jDry M% GToeepies, Heniiy-Maile Clothing, Hardware, Ete,, Ete.
Orders trom the Love,!' .Okiiuagiui \y|Il receive prompt attention.
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The best kind  of evidence Uinl  in '•■' ' "°- ,1-- :>'■'!•"'• '"•' where lhey are
jspi f hard  times this  sectl F fl'011', or from whom descended, the
country from  Enderby Bouth to the [major portl f us do mil cure, noi
llwiajai'V line has been steady going !"•'>,-   ..- Id tiioj  li ipl tliclr do-
aWd is iurnWwd by whal  it is ho-w city and disiippearaiice from I be scene,
nnil ua.'iil it sviisafuwyearsago,   Four ln marked ilistintiuctuui to the United
yea is nasi Armstrong was nol in ex- SliKee, is llu- way }i. which  Canada
I UUinee, Vernon nol a i|iiiirler ii pre* has tA'ut*.dh.-ri.ulive population) mid
oul  size, I,i|iiili.'* siinpl.l a raneli, Keb ''-'  '■  oils have been  poiuilur in  Ihe
oivini ii liny meadow piire and simple, ".".Ireine.   There js no bloody record nt
Penile a |iiiiui nl' little importance,  butchered settlers, nf In a di-vnsli'd,
Fairview a mere surfrtre quartz show- i''"'1  iucrcdihle cruellies p«»e.lruled..
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Hardware Stores,  Tinware,
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BARRISTER,
QPflOE, llAllNAUl) AVKXCE,
VB11MOK, B.C.
/COCHRANE k BILLINGS,
IIARRISTKltH, SOl.K Tl'OHS AND
NOTARIES PUBLIC,
OII|i!i): Qilmoro's Block, Barnaril Aviniuc,
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IV". M. Coenn.isE.        •        1'IMD. BlLMNOS
D   F. BOYCJ5,
Physician and Surgeon-
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SMITH & CLERIN, Props.
Iflanufarturortt of
Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings, ete,, etc.
All kinds of Factory Work kept in
stock and made lo order.
The best of material used.
Coast cedar worked into furnishings a
(specialty.
Write for prices and discounts.
All kinds of lumber, laths and shingles
kept in slack.
Sawmill ou Okanagan Lake, handy to
shipment.
Hash and floor factory on 0, P. Hallway at Vernon.
^M^iiWliilitiSiitti
J. E. MATHESON
MERCHANT TAILOR
Stock complete, fetra good quality and
value in aljtthe latest patterns for
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Excellent ffirinmiings, Good Fit and Gaofl
Workmanship.
I can give Satisfaction.   A Trial \Vil|
Convince.
gARNARD AVENUE.
VPNON, B. ti.
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly on hmid at Reasonable Prions.
|EQUIME   &   POWERI,  Proprietors,
KKI.OWNA. 11. ('.
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L. BEOKINGSALE, M.JD., CM.
EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY.
VERNON, B. C.
Kiii'ini')'ly mi stuff of Huntington County,
Sliieliivell Fever nml Sinulliiiix, Queen Charlotte's Lying-in, und Victoria Hospitals for
Children.
'T  E. OBOWP.LL,
' TltONrtOX ST., V.'IUNON,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Olllce and Store Fittings a Specialty.
O  W.RAYMER,
'     CONTRACTOR and BUiLDE.R,
KELOWNA, 11. 0,
l'liins nml Spoeiflcations pronnrod nml esli
unites furuished un all kinds of hujllllip,
P H.LATIMER,
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DOMINION AND rROVINCIAL
band  Sur-royor.
Mmn. Amur. Sue. Iri'ig. Kngs.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A. M„ B. C. A.
Civil  Engineer,
PROVINCIAL    LAND    SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation rrojects, Engineering nnd Survey Work, with Plans «ml Ustlmntns,
In Any rortion of tho Frovlncc, Immediately Attended to.
Maps and Plans of nny Portion of
Osoyoos District,
VERNON, BOUNDARY CREEK. KETTLE RIVEI1
C. De B. GREEN,
Assoc. Meni, fan. Soc, C, E.
PROVINCIAL LAND  SURVEYQR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Surveys of Every Description In .he Luwoj,
Country fi^w t|\5 Slmllkameen to Grn.tlrt,
Prairie Immediately Attended, tn,
Payment wffl Ij? n?.ceived eithui \\, fjnjh,
Stock, Pw|(|«ce or Lalior.
W. W. GIBBS.
ASSAYER,
BouNiiAuv Falls.
.samples by Mall will retoivo prompl ntlontlou.
FQR SALE
160 AQTdSi Of Lajid. All Meadow.
BETWEEN Sixty nnil Seventy Acres ('lenreil
nnd Drained,  six miles (him Camp .Me-
Kinney.  One Mile from waggon road.
Apply ADVAN'CK lll'-l'tl!]':.
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A Kull Lino of ICngllsh, Caimillnn
and Aiuei'iiiin
PATENT MEDICINES,
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
FANCY AND MEDICINAL SOArS,
PSftP'JMERY, BRUSHEa,
And all Requisites for ihe Telle! ainl
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Orders hy Mall rcceivocarofn! Allen-
tidll nnd l/iiiek Ilispnluh,
AliliST lain
B. LAURENCE'S
Ing just discovered, Ciinip McKinney
practically deaerted, and lbe Boundiirj
camps nnd lbe Kellle river districl
aboul us well known to lbe urdjnary
iiilialiiinnt nf the Province us the wilds
of Patagonia, Uveryone who is acquainted yvith litis sei'liii.i.i of Brilish
Coluinhlit knows whal nil these places
' ni'i' now, nml it anyone is liiclini il Jul
lieciiusu enshis hard in colloul in imagine I hat, this section nl' I);!' );,until
has not, made siibslanlial progress, he
need only cast bis memory buck a few
, years to nscertaiii thai he is mistaken.
What the fin ure bus in store For tin'
j district i.s not a intilterof prophesy or
uncertainty nnd any ma'  wlm really
knows ils rcsoi.irpus can only arrive nl
une conclusion   Unit its population is
certain to he doubled  ten  times over
before the next leu years.   The same
inny he said of B. C. its n whole,   Now
llnil the real estate craze i» past and
gone attention Is being turned in llu
natural   resources  ol'  the   Province.
They are practically untouched.
People who have no foil li in British
Columbia and think thai its population
will nt best grow slowly, know very
little of the country they are talking
about.
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Tho Coming Motul.
Fur years, ever since 1827, men have
known I bul there was such u metal us
aluminum. A scientist named Wotaler,
who experimented upon ourlh wilh
electricity, discovered several mc-tuls
unknown previously. Among llnan
was calcium, which, cosl $30Qun ounce,
on account of lbe difficulty nl' separating, although every human skeleton
contnins about $1,800 worth of it. Hul
of nil  these nietals aluminum is the
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' while queen,   ll has a number nl' won
derful qualities whip))  ipako it Vjiry
J"'!'r'.l.
aiii-lt a- the anna!: of o,i\\ days in (hi'
greal Wesl Inil loo fruijueiitly show,;
aial while tlie victims were frequently
I" .a i I'ul, law-tibidiiigcitizens, ihe men
who aroused the ptissluus of tho snv-
tlgesti) aiiiiiuil Fury were ns often us
im; richly deserving of the awful lor*
lilies by Hit ami iutows Ilinl their Foes
iiilliiaeil. 'lite setllcini'iil nl Lbe Clip-
ii'liall Wesl was inial I i'li,'|,aj l.-r blll'll
scenes nl horror, w ii h u consequent
saving in blood and treasure, lit lbe
Northwest territories nothing could
he more judicious and fair than tin
trealuienl our Indians receive, while
fii,n: ilie older pruvinces there conies
in, h,i,ii„in i,t discontent, \a i 'an-
adians we are proud In uphold lbe fn'ir
naine nf Brilain, which in her dealings
with native races bus always observed
the principles nf mercy and truth, Nn
ilmilit there is troth in lb" saying Ibal,
'■'ruin and niissonary" have proved,
the .destruction of many heirless iwur
ct'iils; Iinl a,, $Qou ns nny form of
|,'iiillio,i'ity bus been asserted Inn new
le.ml tbe ancient possessors are the
first to receive attention. The troubles
tu II. ('. witli Indians havo bcuu ievv
nnd nt the present tiny probably tt
more contented people could not bu
Found on the face of lbe earth. For
good humor they uro unexcelled. Tick™
ihe i oust Siwash of small stature, with
a face closely resembling the hideous
idols Ibnl his pagan forefathers carved
out of cedni'j anil bill) "Johnny" nnd
lie smiles blandly from ear In .-ur .
nnil it. is n gnnd distance, He is puli.
ini nnd to it certain cxtr.111 jiuljistrious,
although he is capable of much (J''veL-
opinenl in ibis direction,and "some,
limes" eleiiiily. He is found hup,
nicking, ciiniiing snliigiHi,  fishing, in
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a' H.iiliH.alii'S, Ha H.ii'.tHti's Hfat
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the sawmills, in tjui hlllilwr woods, aud
•-  .—■ • 1 at all timns 1)0 is happy.   His vices are
valuable, aud nature, when her time is ,..,„,.  ,|(,  ,t;cs .,,•..,.,! |iki„,; f,„. fi,.,,,
 '   '"' watfir, that loo often results in an upturned ("nun', nnd a siiiiih'ti injiss Ihiat-.
ing face upward; hul hejs fairly lion-,
e.-l and chaste.   In  Iii,a, Mr. Johnny
Siwitsh of ibe enasl is liy nienns un iin-
earth.   Every day hank is fit!! nl' it, L.m,(ilv ppi^n,
ad all rocks are beds of it, j   ButhoW about our own pari nf lbe
Thus far |t has been possible to take Pt.f,vinc,,1?   |„ Spailnniciioi'ii nl  Pen,
'.uuiinum nut nf only two suliattinLt'a | t.k.ton> ,.hero 1U.L. 0n«i-gefJp Indiiiiis who
-"cryolite," it mineral found iii'.ir.-en- ;iiW|1,.,,,,,. u.mU ,,, ,,„,.ki gou(1 hmm
I land, nml "bauxite," another mineral' ;||||| im||,(1| s ,,.ul .„.,, ,|,,„v ljf ihm
lately discovered in Georgia und Alii- hi|J]lly ,,iviii;,,,i, Tli,>e are bul few;
luiion. In 1883 Ihere were Illl pounds [h„.^ m, ,„„ |||anv „m| i)eim,gto ;l
of Aluiniuuiu prnduced jii tl|e Cnited mlK,h 1(1U,.,. „,,„,,. Tll, lllisi.mi,|(>
nml  in  1802  200,000 pounds.
ripe, evidently iiitonds that il shall In
the most useful ngeul known, as aha
has c!'e;|tcd it mure abundantly than
any Pill0!1 metal, ll forms ulniost halt'
Ihe substance of the sqrfacc of Ua'
aa
am! nil rocks are beds of il
Thus fur il has been puss
aluminum mil nf only two substaiici
"■' niiin Ibnl now ekesnul n precarious ex
When tbe Aluminum cap was pul mi
W. C. POUND,
TAXIDERMIST.
niltDS, ANIMALS AND KIS11 MOUNTED
IN APPROPRIATE STYLES.
Native Birds and Heads Kept for Sale.
Orders   hy  mnil  rocolvo prompl   attention,
Mounting Heads a Specialty,
VERNON, B.C.
RED -j'STAR
•:      Premier
Three Star
Two Star
Equal to any from Pacific to
Atlantic.
Manufurtcivil only by
Go.urr\bii-\f\ Flouring
MiHs Co.,
ENDERBY, B. C
F. B, JACQUES,
patches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Speolaoles and
Silverware.
REPAIRINfj A SPECIALTY.
yniiNo^, a ('.
Vernon Private College.
VERNON, B, C.
F. Allkll'N   Ml'.YKK, PuiNCII'Ai-.,
SKNH li'yil I'l.OSl'Kl'TI s
the Washington iiionninent, in 1885,
the metal cost $;l u pound ; no"" il can
be bought fur (17 cents a pound, li
does not tarnish nnd acids nave un
effect upon it. This lpnki . il very
valuable for surgical Instruments and
for tbe wires which are used in sewing
up wounds. The racing men are putting aluminum .slums upon nil racing
horses. Not only are. I hey very light,
but Ibey preserve the feel nf Ihe horse,
The rowers, wltn are always looking
I'm'new boats, have had racing shells
built of the new motul, They can he
made of single BhoQUiilHe-niueteentli nf
an inch lliiik,
Sheets of It. are also used for roofing
houses, !l dues mil have lube palnleil,
like Hn, ns rust am! dampness have
no effect ii|inii il. For Ibis reason ii i-
very valuable in cooking utensil),
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KOOTHXAY CliOPPIXdS.
(C'oiulonsoil I'i Iho Ti'lhuito,)
Between twenty ami thirty men ure
employed e pletlug Hie  Pilol  li.u
smeller.
1,1,-1 iiiinilli I,lill Inn- nf can. \,,liaa|
$102,si\ were shipped from the mines
of South Koo! I'liiiy,
Locating fiaclltins nl mliieral claims
in Hie Slocan is III'1 Infest fail milling
prospectors,
Kaslo is by no moans dead because it
is without a oni'-boise newspaper in
tool ils praises.
II. McGllllvrny slnteii tlm! the Nakusp ,V: Slocan Railway would j.. • \vi \.l y
be turned ever in Hie C, I'. I! nn November 1st, and If turned over would
be operated Ibis wllller.
The N'iikusp l.ialge and New Denver
Prospector nre lo lie consolidated and
Hie plants moved In Three Porks.
\\. M. Newton bus been appointed
general ngcfll of Hie new; town of lioss-
Innd, Trail nropk.
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ESSAYS ON EVERY-DAY TQP1CS.
No. ii.   Indians in II. O,
\Ve have no gvoal nu'ii of science in
o.uv young prnylnce, nr else Hie ethnologists might have  attempted  In
isttuicc hy trapping nnd. guiding hunting parlies, might never have exactly
been "lord nf l!"' forest," bul in days
nf nli! liis anei'slnis knew tin peer nnd.
tilled undisputed over thousands of
I ncres of untenanted wilds. Game wan
plentiful, the while mini unknown, and
Ihe iiintmlniiy of existence was pleasantly varied bj casional tribal wars,
For tho improvident few we have
nothing bul pity, I'm' ii is not their
fuiill llnil they are reduced sn low; but
their presence amongsl us demands
.sunn' reuwvka up m ll|t>lv relution in
us. As every one knows thousands of
acres of lbe linesl lipids in lbe I'm-
vlnce have been devoted tq their qsn
.uul now lie unlilii'd, while the few
Ihal hold them now range the 111111111:
tain- ami [uresis iu quesl of gmilti
No donbl ii i" rigid tlml Hiei'i' slmuM
he some proper place for ibeoi, lull is,
it mil linn a." nun li nf thoscanty fi\riu-.
111^ l,ni.l.i,i valui! sluiiilil he 1,11 qiule-.
I'eloped, when they might U, |iro!lt:
nl .ly occupied by an Industrious pupil.
I i'i.ai. i\lm would conlrlbiilu in Hie
(>xche(pier "I Hi a !''■'" luce, There aro
il.nl. Iiinls tlm in in\ i,.,i'i'Vi's are
nierelj held as such nn behalf „f
IVIend if Hie (hivi'iinnenl who will
li.'v. llir lii.-l choice as snnii us lite,
tidjaceul | roperl ics shall have !,ji(''ned
II high llguiu, but Ihis may mil lie SO,
If hlaine does nol nttncli In llu: Govs
eriuiHinl in Ibis respect, il. .s'li'i.ly does,
in thai it sitfl'ei'.s Hie l.l\(\(ft|is In lie-,
gleel tin: ciilliviilion nf lbe. soil. AI-.
though a non-revenue producing race,
lhey migh.1 aiid in Hn' wealth of tlm
country insl end nl' rather beluga wetm-.
mass in il, ns al iii'i'setit. Of, for a fair
ei)ii.',pens;itinn,iis is oil,,11 done iu the
Iniliil Stiites, lhey inigltl surrender
their rights, relnining only enough
laud to support llieniselves and faini
lies. Givi'. i(i"in tin' mountains, they
waul game, and Iftt the setllers have
the valley.-, instead nf frittering uwny
their tline in eiinsli'iictiiig such a
slinky platform why did not the Oppo-i
siiimi brhig Ihis inatter forward us a
part of their policy) it is obviously a
"—"-ra n 1      ,.... ,
tfiice lbe descent of our nborigliier, respect in which the preseut Govern,.
Many nf Hie unlearned seek to Irnco a! inenl bus prnved deficient.
eesi'iiililnoei' between Hie Cliiiii'se iiiiil iConebnleil ini lll.il'd pti) el, THE ADVANCE.
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Ia!! Contpaet.
1'   illb'hcd   a, ,.',   .a   .a livui    Ilo Inrj
Creek, H.i'.
; SuhHci'Iption 1'i'i
'in adviiueoi I'lihei yearly oi I'uif-yiiiU'lj
Ii|ilinll nl ia.   lubsi.:
Advertising Itati    ..a on apjil   it'on,
Thougll the '■ '   aa-. "I   !'   '," a ..r,
llll'll 111.    a;-, ui   lo)]   .      • .     ■
puhlieiu   : ' .'!■'■''.■;■• d" i"   nee   QK^LcI) I'KXDKII.S adtlnwed lo Ihe Post-
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W, R. MEGAW,
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VERNON, B. C,
fiener
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A  C.i'-loail  of Waggons,  Binders,  Afowers, Rakes and.
■ 'il'l ' I! nu I'l'lian. llu   a ,,| ,,t ;,,,,,■ii,i„ia iin-    . . ,;,|     .. ■        i , a',    ' '     -        /'      1
i)  mull,, iin ii Ui.ills jusl arrived.   Lneap tor bash,
pro: .-. a ,.;.'■ ■    .    our ja aa- uneu po>' a,a k
FAIfiVIEW, B. C.	
Keeps the Largest and Hest Assorted Siock of
A lellt a irppeareil in Ihe Daily V us-
Advertiser nf Oct. II, com pin ini ng m
tlie inn  : a ia a liicli llu  iyi i road
a   Ii aa.        ill ■ .      Iietween  (Jump
McKinney   a,;  Ihe month nf  liock
.. a ......'   ,   ii
tad Forks and Beatiaton
from l he i i January nuxl
Tlie uoiivuyuiicc Lo I    i.iih'.i! in u suitnblo
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Tho mull i tn 1     . I'i nlli inn early nn Titos-
tin .'!■.',,   .,   .,.:.,..,: urnml i■>. k- [Mi'. I..
■ '.;   ■ .,),nr ii   |,.. i   iiiii,',' ; ,i-   ie, ii up
mi'k, ffjiicb, •'■  ll   limy havo  hepii      , ,, .       ;,   „   KuPk8 wr1j ,in
vrt'dil and  havo tivalwl  nrvonil   Thin  Itiy morning awl urrlvual  lYiitjcto   un
*'•""« "'I'i    Ions, we do nnl " sh lu    .::;   , , ,,    ..,,,.,,, a.,,,,..■,	
allow lo |"      unnoticed, nl1 IjOtlfrll Ihe   n ytinc  ul in        ivh:  |iei  | roil
,    .    . uvc nluees, i     ki'lii'/tn tuition tin Ir
I eiUpaee ... nre oi pnial pievenii .... ,; ,       . ; ,:r   ,.  ,..■,■!■, i  |
un- m ikill    ; .        . .ul' a: -ei ii   in de-  ' 'imrluro,
,  t,     ,.. ,   ; ,       i I,,,, I rinli'd '    a i'l- ,-,
Inil.   ! ''-:l  "•' '  niml'!   '   ' . a ,i ,,,, , ,.„„,.,.., m
Ihe "ni ' is i'li i'   Mr, Chrislieji i- in- m        hi ' f ' '"dor inn) |ic
I   !
Full  l,n,s of llryCloods,  Gi-oceries, Hools and Shoes, GrO^neS, ]},_   P     fa D     |-     £  g£™   fa
Hardware and Clothing on Hand, v j >
Concord Harness ami Stock Saddles Kept in Stock or
Mad- tpprcier.
■w. iss,. aniica-^rw
A. G. FULLER
nny place smith of Vernon, and sells on terms to sun the times,
Cheapest Place to buy for Cash in the Qk.auagan Country,
FULL.  WEIGHT  AND  MEASURE  ASSURED,
.iluilii ii!'.   In  denv,   am!   I" Inform I!. II. iri.E'l't'lIFJl,
1 ' ■  ,       ,   i   i   .   , i i  ■ i'. (l. Inspector,
everyone Intere I Unit  the roiul is ,,,, ,,.,;., |„    , ,,„■ n|i,,,,.
being pushetl nn very   satisfactorily,       Vlelorin, li, I J  .      "'■"!'■ i '"•
Ca«H S  1.'  ASSISE.
'I'li., I'onil I) i, i' .ini,' nol Bo well "nnil
I     vish.'il  hot il  a. hotter to
r,y,;., ",(  f,,|i,'  !,,,.    cm!   limn   no Table Showing the Dates nnd Places of Courts
ol Assize, ra .i Prill'  Oyer and : a minor
llUUll
ii '■'  Vrnion, Hentlc!-   TrvTTMTini/v t TATTAT4/Y
"vi:Ti'!";,,: " ■  '■,: "'" '        -;- fflfllioi lIUuUJIB
It lUUtjj     JUI^UU^tlW
Barnard Avenue,       Vernon, B. C.
Q
through cnni' "tinii, nnd ll is the well-
Jiiiowu iiile'Uti ni "I ihe nuthorities to
l„,provc ii if lin ie is I line to do so before the ui'.iilii a breaks up nnd work
inns! of in ' ■ s '..;, hn stopped,   We be-  ill iiilnld
ilieve  in   making a  kiel  nnd a I ird     ,Mm,|
kick, when  Ihi""   ;    "'     ;  ,tg lo Ki "I. ,'■■ '< '!'..
:. bu!       ' .  ll   '. lis nppe ired  ir
nud General Gaol Dal!', .ry'loi'
the year!..,;.
FALL ISSI/ES,
('!! -
 Tliiii.-ilai. 20lli s pleiuhci'
 llmiiluy, illli Si'pionihoi'
  Moniliiv, Is! Ileluhcr
 M(iiiiliiy,8lliOcli)hc)'
 Friday, lUlli October
. r. . ..Tiiewiiiy, (Kb November
ul .  kii'S ns appeared  in   Vuiienuicr      Monday, Kill November
(tieTeller mi/iit'iiineil origlnnteil ill per- N'|"|'j,        ' ,j-|
sonal spile and does more harm than   ~    ~     ....      ,__n_i.'..
go,,,!-. C. i". COSTERTON
INGRAM & BUBER
General Teamsters and Freighters,
ROCK  CREEK,  B.  C.
Hates from Penticton to Camp .McKinney.  Rock  Creek.  Midway und
Jiih NovouuYr I Boundary Palls, two cents per pound for two Ions nr under.   Marcus to Mid-
'-,in Ndvoinuor i .   ' ..... ,
vi:i;.\ii\. ii.i.
A.&.caa.'b Jli^ois.-
\s will be seen in iiuolher column, |
■{liiBt'iOtllw't'lui iaiulei'- fTthn'co'n-  The Anglo-Columbian r0    L'td.,  Wholsalel^
Importers ol Wines ind Spirits. r
, 1-1
Kicholles St Renouf, Agi'liulcural Maolilncry.   *->
way, the same into.   Marcus to Oiiuid Prairie ono cent per pound.
Special Rates for Large Orders and Ore Contracts-.
voyuiicu uf mail from  Peuticlon lo
0iiuul Forks via   Camp   .McKinney,
either once or twice  n   weak.   Mr,
Fletcher Is liiiiietiluuly iguoruul ubotil  „ , ,.. ,
il,,.   Kettlo  river   country,   Ihough Tufl Okano^n-SPllllliDlCMCn DlStS,
leely nii't't'mi than ;la iivi.rago in- fnj
futliiianl of lie' I'liture teruiimisi f .,lie
British Pacific, We niny therefore,
state for his benoHl nrnVfor that of the
posl 'iiie" ilcptirUnent, tbtit it would
I, ,i,ii>,t as Well Iii leave the mail set-
v'fce us at, presenl (vllliihiuus us it is) as
tn couteiuplalo n weekly service by
(tuother route, If the Dominion Gov-
inint.'iil evur intuuil In ruceive nny
revenue from the Ki 111 river mail
service, they will hnvetoftirnlsli some-
thingtiett,,than,.r,aiie,tst,its'good SLQAN£-?AINB-BIGHMOND C3.,
IIS, lbe nri'si'til tiiibscriplioil service to '
Wrens.   Otherwise Kettlo river  peo- The U-ihIIiir
pie will continue to use the latter ir. WHOLES&LE  &  RETAIL
■ inference. U) the furuier,   If private & ft M & si irl ts
jllbsoription can furnish two mails a Of the Norlbwest,,
weak   lo  Mari'i,a, the  homuiuiu Cov-j ft»»o2«aa».o.  Waaii.
i'1'nuieul can suiiily give I hit ili.'St'i'ict a I B0,'E AdRN'l'S Will
-Siu
Tho Royal Insurance,
The London £t Lanoaslilro,
Thu Insurance Ca. of North America,
The London S Canr.dlan I'lre Ins. Co.
Tho Sun Life Assurance Co., of Can-da.
The Canadian Permanent L.ftuivlnvesl-
mentCo.
The Dominion building a. loan Association, •  -.   .
General Real Estste & Financial Agt.
NOTAltY PUBLIC.
ENDERBY HOTEL VICTORIA   HOTEL
VERNON, B. C.
BAN ^MONTREAL
CAPITAL (all paid up) $12,000,000.
IILST     0,000,000.
S|ll IKI.NAEIl A. SMITH, Pros,     HON'. GEO. 15, l)Um.Vi(>,NI>, Viee-Pres.
li. S. ci.oihS'J'ON, Gunuum. MANAiaiit.
RATE OF INTl.'lll'.'ST AT I'llKSKNT 3J PER CKN'T.
BULLION AND GOLD DUST HANDLED.   -
Ilrtiiiclii's in London, Eng„ New Yorkand Chicago, undinall tbuprineipal cttti
•   in ('mind.').   Buy und;Sell Sterling Exchange and Cubic Transfers.  Grant"
commercial and travelling credjUuivuiiuble in any purtof the world,
Drafts Issued. Collections Made to all Points,
tiBANCuics in nuiTisn eoi.uMuiA :
VANCOUVKJt     -     -     NEW «V^T^jfifaO!|t.^
YKTOUIA'    ---     -       'KKESON''
Vernon Brancli : G. A. HENDERSON : Manager,
ltlC'S-'    -:
-'»' -T=mr.-r^w.«a.'i?J: n. wi wym bkitw-
tiffeofin
II. \V. WIIKIIIT,
ENDERBY, \\.\}.   :.-:
I,ill'!', ill Cvl'l .l..,i,t0H.
First-class nminnnodalloi)  For Coinmorcial
Trill ellel'S.
Iliinling and Fishing in iibiuidauCo Ibrougb
this district,
l'aek nurses and tluiilea Furnished to pbpvls-
iitcti on'shortest, nolieo,
McAuley & Grant,
'.cinti.   If. Lipton's Celebrated Ceylon Teas.
Anheuser-] ... oh Budweiser Eoor.
"Diamond" Creameiy Butler.
*''"' u r"^ZAu>1 ft0|CR,''\N'D  PR/ilU!'ii
SLOASE-lMINE-JlKlllMONl) CO,,
ulll-310 BVOKAjilt WASH
-can-wee'.';,' : I'l .'"•'  li
|i i-y ".m in I .a s.n. lhey can look 1'or-
ujttil'ln very i'i".','  Caniidimi   postage
stainjis lieing sold  in  Ihis section of
llritisli Coluinbiti,
Mi George llnhiiu Jltirtin, Ilie mein-
lier lm .N'"lb Yule, has received the
tiiii'f Ci'iiimi sioiiership o[ bands and
Works i',,U'!i''i'i' t'cniil by the defeat
of the liuii;'!? ii.. Vi mon iu Ibis riding at Ihe lale gcite'i"I eleetlon, Mr,
Martin will, we believe, tilnk.e ; good All Kinds ot Repairing, Horsoshoelng a
cahluet member, and provided Iii- will] Specialty,
give  as  slraiglilforwai'il nnd   nuillly
Assurances on the British Pacific mil-
Gilbert's Resort.
OKANAGAN LANDING,
HUNTING, FISHING, ipil.
TllOKOCGlHA* ,';.IHl''()l{T.\HI.K.
—Fh'fll.-clfttia—
LIQUORS and CIGARS.
£-2 O 'J? i3 X.
IlilANII l'UAllllliKIarfl.'K.I.'IVi'.ll.
PHOrRIETORS,
FIUST-CI.ASS in EV-EltY i!i:.si'i:er.
ciiAiiiiiaa. MODiatATt;
(LI MIT Ml))
.WArf
Ha    Ha    iii
Vt,\ "ft        'fff;
Financial, fe! Estate, Insurance k General Agts,
W. DALIIYJIPLE, aoodSlocko
soaemi stoci^r^ft. Liquors uHu Sjigars
FAIRVIEW, 13. C.
ivay question as Mr, Vernon did, we
see no reason why mero parly
Ieeling should cause n conlesl fm the
fiip,i; .."V'.ii'lh Vale,
.,.'..' ■■ * s
The Ai'V.i.'.a ia ihtii.1 of i isity be
printed on yellow wrapping pnper for
,, Few weeks lo come, We are sorry
In infllcl such a sickly color on our
.inn i ;' i i six iiionlhs't'onsigiiiiienl
if pup "r l.a'ii :.a;.,ai 'Ildwa;,' Insl wee;,
in n Boiled coiiditfon, and we nre
obliged In line whal we mil gel hi'l^i
I- * -I
I'niiieiliii!, ;•' iii'Hi le .ai 11.C, I idiiiiu
ivill j ii-. .li) 1 ii v he replied to, so we ru-
I'i    a, enminenling on It, In yond
stilting I'htii Ihe id mail ii sole!;, under the nut li 'I'iiy of ilu' Doiiituion
ami not nf tbo I't'ovineiul Govurmiiunl,
a fuel ivhieh ' onlrihutflr appeiti'B to
have Foi'giillnii.'
> .' <
Owing i" mil' ha) ing In devote n
large una mil of s| are litis week In
events up north, cnni id ruble dlslrlcl
. i a I I news of nu ia1 re - Iu; n dure
ha   had In In lllll'd,
23.   &r.   £»'Ixt.-3i^A:-,-.g-xT.tii,j.iia'.3
MAC!-! LINE.
Osoyoos, Itock Creek. Boundur) (Veil.
and Grnnd Pruirie
Carrying Pnnsengers and Kxpross,
iiu;;;i; v a t
Loavo ;: 'an ' Prairie (Nu) b Fork, via Me
Llll'i a'-l  nil  '.'. I'llncH I li  liiiaaiii.;,'. lll'l'lvltlti
0 ni,..,- Tliar a..;, , i viiim.
UOlNll I-1A8T
11 ..a    ii ..;       Frl luy innrnhtg, tit'l'lvlnjr at
li'iind I'mlrh Snl irdt y uvonl a..
& Stabling.
I'lUCKS !IKA^i:.';\lll'l':;,
PLAREN BEOS., PROPRIETORS.
HLACIvSMlTIl   SHOP   IN   CONNKeTlON
sillies  1,1'li.U   :■:        ' !,„l,,li'.   ... ,;  V.aillll'Sllnj
f,if Marcus, Wash.
E. Wo DUFF,
Geneivl Blacksmith,
.MIDi', ',v. Il, c.
All Kinds of Wni'l, aae. in.,i in lbe Satis
(action of CiiBtniners,
i%&0
eEqgfflim j
bounty Court Itieo.
glTTINOSfof the County Courl ol ,,■ a.  will
p bu holdonas follows I
At Osoyou.,oil Woduosilny, liih Oolob'or, I ;.|
At Midway on Saturday, 20th Oclobor, 1891,
til tbo liiiiiriif olovoii o'clock in Ilie foronoon,
l'v l iiiiiiiiiiiii!
.',    .I.A. I;. I.a Mill. V,
II.C. ('.
'"'aaia-Miaa']' Ol'Kii a. Osnvoos,
i'i. enli.luli. I ;e
\.-,i/&'.'./'l\,^
'^3
i
c^';,^,y^^'-!aii3
Pf vincial Mi of Hortiouliure.
n^HK rulliiwhifi |>ln«oi iciM'itc.i'ii PowtlLuluil
1    i|iinnutlln(! hUvIIuii i \xh(*vv mil' ■■<■'   \nv\<
Ihi ('i'i. lm c IiiiihI lie iii-M''i'i''fi beforu
(HxIribuLluii, \i/,:
Virl irln   Tlio lii-|nTh.r.)f Kniii Tc-N,
\ ,i- ■ ', ,'   r 1
,\'c\v''\V"■niihi-hT .TIi'im. CiiiiiiiiiKliniH, iisi;.
Uvorpoiil, '
Sftiinliiui  N iifj'   Cvow,   Run,,, qunvantliia
HP;;;'.     '
I iilan   No oiie.ijppriiiitoii,
Mi-Tui ciiy (i.W llonry, ICtjq,, qimraiitJno
OlHcLT.
HlenuiiHi    l«n(ic K. Ilmm, Esq,, qnnmiitlnc
olllur.
Osoyoos  Wm.   II.   u."N ■I'-UYIisU't',  Jteq,;
qilaraiiUno ofllccr,    '!
All nii'i'.ii.ii- i'i" Hi" Hciifii iri.'nl*)Atithorlstod
In lllflliei'l llllll i>s.|i'!'('|':l.ii,;'(";,
N'uiwry • tiwlf lnl ntlotl foi poiul   inutli of
Hlcntiifiiiii imij  bo Uilii ii lo Vofoofi rj \i\ tbi co
I ; |i ■ ''il If lnill; is nut bcolit'i).       '    ,,
.1. U, AXDKIISOM,     '
FAIRVIEW 119
ifi'oxl in Mr, Klliui.'s alure.l
JOHN MOFFAT, PF.0P.
EXCELLENT Mm
im, STABLIM
i'rovlni'lnl Hi u'llnrllorllcul!.;
viiiiii'iii mill Sup!,, im',1.
)a"'l'eti,.,|v
NOTICE.
Horses and Buggies for Hire.
MARTIN BROS.
ve, 'fin-
ware, hkk
and Glass.
FOR SALE.
IflilPABK FALLS HOTEL.
Centrally Located in the Boundary Creek
Mining Camps.
HKST (IF LIQUORS AND WV-X\ih.
('IIAI!(J!i]p.:UwJ;)M<:A'iJK.
Mining, Men Pci'Roiially Coiiftudtod to Any of
tHd'Camps, dp Uorsoa Fumfshod.
'  THOMAS. J. HARDY, PROP.
HOCK CREEK HOTEL . . )
-liv.1 '!',r Ou.IIOiilt M1RKIC.
llANKKUS AND CORRESPONDKNTS
Klllt
anic oi jttntisn uoium,
Agents foi;' Sa| fWM tlie Aberdeen and Lyons Estates;
WULFFSOHN & BEWICKE, Ltd.,,
Dock House, Bii.litkh Sthebi), London, Unoi.axd,
VAXCOrVKIi, II. C. and VUKNON, Ii. C.    .
J0HANN WULFFSOHN, Manag-ing- Director.
Vernon Branch, G. A. Hankey, Mana|e.r.
oi»T'«»f^w-i*'ai{&'£«rcaR",T*f^ti.-"i,r*.-*«
The Tvin Livorv
riHST-ChABS   ACCOJIMODATIQN   VOU  GuJflJTfi
6U0.0 STABLING
It; K.'aallenl Fi-liiiiKiin k'cllle lliveia.K)!-
I.XT1MC 33:nBEi
GENERAL STORE
ROCK CKF.F.K.
Miners' Supiilloa,  Also Chinese (hiiuls.
em
fmm
wii&-
,'l:    'll
mm
il .
II   if
M ei Ei Stales.
VERNON HOTEL
VKiiXux, ii.e.
A First-Class House in Every
Respect.
Free Bus to all Trains
Seated-'Liquors a Specialty
only white help employed.
HAliltV MoINTOSII, I'liiii'Kii.rtiii.
ARMSTRONG   HOTEL
Hiving taken,over Ilie sluliles of Gullaglioi' At Stevenson; nml (lioiiiiifi'lily. over
li.'iuli'iiuiiil leliiti'il the promises, 1 am .{jrujiutioil tonieet lliedeinaiids
of tlie nulilic.   I have on liniiil a complete slock of new rigs,
(iloulile nml sinu'le) for public use, n'od also n good lot
of well In'oki.'ii ciiri'iugc nnil saddle horses,
Tourists desiring to see the country would do well Co rail;
Good Single Driven      flood- Boiie Drivers,
Good Saddle Horses.
Lacli'es'igentl.e double and single drivers, nnd saddle horses.
Horses lionrdnd by tlio week or oionlli (box stalls if desired).
Horses broken to harness, nnd horses nnd entile sold on commission.
lleiiler In hay and graiiu wholesale null 'retail.
W. GARDNER, Pii.ii.i,iEto,i.
Unposlto W. R, Megaw's Sloro
a I   1'i'Sl. Ofllec llox llli
Note,  This Rtnblo will bo run strieily ilrsl-eliss in uvci'.v luii'ticulHi'. Sly ilrlvcra are nil froi
ll|lil K'ntleilisl'iisitian, llli'l III!- liiu>l lllll'ill'l" stoek till) IlllO'kel- cull ]U'iiilllee.   S|)eeinl Ultelllitll '
111 tlillisiellt ll'iute llllll to liiiill'ilel'S. '
Ui, All kintls of beuvy toiillllllR (it'Ouiptly aUeuded to,
.r,r-xwrm:vM*\»M-^<'7'.-.?vn.tsr-.M^uKv^x.:iu.
II.   KEY
Top,
In tho Mat     ol Richard Thomp
son, I It i.a:' li      ;.,!.. ta.to.
T'ue ono-uluhlh li i ':■ tiji'i I  nf lliu nbovo
tlci'i'iwi'il in tne " Moliict' l/viln" mil mil clnitn,
aillliite in 111" Dei llWOOll ' aain.i"  Illl) I.i I!.,'
Itlvei    ■  Illvlshin, ■ III lu    ild ■.,- toiuiof.
Ten'''      fill la- I   .a [veil   Uj   tlU    a'l lei^lUll! ;!
nl lit ■ llle,'. Oho; ooh, tin Lolillll ti   ItrttVl m die
a li,  aij'i.l'ii.'   .. ,a I8(ll,
C A, R, LAMlJfA",
a'l a Quid Comtiil   i.,.,,'
jfuuu naiurilt
> Champien Shingle Mechino
Citpnulty, 20,000 per day,
Solf-Fucdur, will) Jointci' and Pnckei
ciioipli'li'.   Terms rensonitlili'.
Ajipiy Advance Opjiioe or
MAJMJ HILL,
Ol(ANA(!A:;  I', O,      VIF.VVK or THE U!.ii'|iICT FOR  SALE,
Good Accommodation,
Best) Liijuors aiid Cigars.
First-Class Stnliilog
ARMSTRONG, B, C.
J^airxtorx's Music Store
-OLD   POST   OFKIOE-
409 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
Pianos and Organn-Easy Terms
Sheet Music, &c.   Speclri! nttcntlon given (o
Hull Orders.
A. p.WORGAN.
Portrait & Landscape Photographer
VERNON; 11. V.
DEiiOlL5*   TiJkJ&J)   FOR   S-^-XsE
—-AT-—
OKANAGAN MISSION, B. C.
 U	
JL'l-f-i-C-C-ir*!1-;:*  Ojpcasi.   3QoiX03a.   jCtocicl^r   fox*   1 JL»*«-B'Jl>-
PORTION  IN  CROP
All Under Large Irrigation Ditch l'roni Mission Creek.
Cheapest ancl Best in the Market.
:-: Also Choice Acre Blocks in Vernon :-:
Address FORBES M. KERBY, C. Eg
OKANAGAN MISSION P. 0.
NICHOLLES & RENOUF, L'td
VS.ctos.-ia,  13..  O.
iiilftli MACHINERY,
'-jlll.I'l.AUENT.S I'Oll
Brantfbrd i Binders § and § Mowers,
I'I IK IIKST IS' TIIK MIUKCT.
A Full Ljne of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows &c, &o.
' WAliKtlOUKK AT VERNON.'
"•  -i '.." ••■     ;    i i ..
/ THE VEBNON SIIIW.
Both gentlemen were very reticent as
in any "ileitis'' liming or nol having
'
a.        .-,   .      ....      IS.
■'•
been   ellVeied,   lint   Captain   Wood.!
u„n,),,..„ „f hi .- i   .        ..    i.       slated npeiilytli.il  the properties ex i-
-,tMounce of Which Any  Portion ,  ,     ,-, ,  .,     .
„-/-,        . ,,,    ' ,nmiiiei    liy  linn ivro lie Cr in evi rj
of Caiuidii would be Pidud, -,„     ,      ,. •   , ,
respect i linn he anticipated.
a,  resident  of  Midway received n
amiiseini'iil, i'l'inii I'n-I tllliei Inspeeloi
Fielchor this week, fo tin . iTc.-t that
Ins department might entertain the
idea oF a. weekly seeiii'i' between Mill-
way nnd Marcus, provided the cosl did
nut. exceed $5 per trip. Considering
llnil Midway and Kettle river have al
service created holiltlo riicrfjlnonl
Messrs. Timolol and  llelslad, who
Opening Speephos, bj Mje. .lus-
tlce Wnlkeni, .Mr. Mnriv und
1'resiiteiit Fortune.
(From eiir own corresiioudonl!)
A day oF bright sunsliiiie, a large attendance u( visitors Fi'iuii allpurlsof
the province, commodious grounds,' it
fine new exliiliiliou building, a goodly
assortment of agricultural produce nnd
fruit, n grand display of Indies' fancy
work, a large collection of minerals; all
combined to make Ibis year's exhibition at Vurnon the toiisl attractive on
record,   To attempt a description  of
lbe dualities nml natural advantages' and prospecting up Ihe innii Keltli
of tlio gronndiantl buildings iu  which  river returned bMidway on Tltur day.
Ibesoeiely hud t|iuiiisolvoB in posses- They nhol a large brown bear nml on
slon at present, were but to coui'L^fullr woIyeHne, besides n tiuiinllty of deei
'ire; sitllice, it Iberi'l'iit'c, In suy that nnd small game.   'I'licy report  Ihal  in
the spirit oF ibe President's address thocuplitry nortli of. Bald le deer nn
wns  beiirtlly concurred in by everybody, ahd, we all hope Hint pros-peril y
iiiiiv attend those who luive liy their
energy and cdnfldenco in lbe future
greatness of Ihe country, placed the
'society in tlie position which it enjoys
to-ilny.
The last, .finishing touches having
been given lbe ekhibiLs by tbe Hull
Committee iu the early morning, tlie
judges wei'u set f,o work, nnd being
thoroughly conversant wilh llieir
duties (gained hy formor experience)
no time was lost, nnd their labors were
'successfully and satisfactorily brought
'to a close about 3 o'clock iu the afternoon,, whereupon IhePrcsidonl, accompanied liy .Mr, ilnra, M. l'.i, Justice
Wnlkeni, Judge Spiuks noil 0. A. Scio-
lin, AI. IJ. P., usci'oded Ilie bandstand
nnd delivered a very good introductory
'address,
He paii! a very touching tribute to
Ibe iiiejniii.y of Ur, Moses Lumby, (he
pioneer 'president ol Ibesoeiely, which
Was very lieu-lily iipphiuded, und
thanked ul! I hose who by llieir efforts
nud work.bud helped to make the show
u success. In bis remarks he also coin-
niended lbe praiseworthy enterprise of
Mr. Geo. Hutchesoii, who had creeled
such a fine building and one so suil-
nble to the society's requirements, Al
Hie close of his speech lie culled upon
Mr. J. A, Mm a, M. V.V., who made a
short bul very appropriate address, in
'which be referred lo Hie many nnd
great, changes lor Hie belter 'whicli
had taken place within Ihe lust thirty
years, and also to lbe good accomplished by Lord Aberdeen in stimulal-
llig coolidi'iice iii the agricultural and
horticultural capabilities nf the Okun-
tigan.
Mr. Justice Walkem, before declaring tli'iisliow open, coiniiienceil his remarks by referring to the very regrettable absence of Lord Aberdeen, nnd
then referred lo lbe great benefits Ibnl
hud already been reaped by Ibe district through thi' holding of iihuuiil exhibit inns ut Vonnm. He also touched
on lbe greul mineral wealth ol lbe
S(io,i,liei,vi,uuil of the riding, ill picsenl
iilio'iist. entirely undeveloped; He con"
grnluluted the district generally ou
ihe Fact thill he Iind been presented
wild a pub' oF while gloves nl. tbe Hr.,1
court of assize held at Vernon, la
nil'ordc.l bint the greatest pleasure to
declare the fourlji exhibition of the
0. & S. Agricultural Society open Fur
(lie inspection of Hie public,
Late/ mi, in the day a telegram was
received Front' Locd Aberdeen regretting dis eitl'iireei! absence and expressing a wish Foi' Ilia prosperity of the society,
' Every purtlouof Dhe show was highly
interest ing and it would be difficult to
,'■ '    h     i" ing  i.-i-ccted   ia a'l
fi !• Ha teleplii in; .erviee.
The 'lini i' ei    k   pa ih  wagon  road
!.:., wtthoS, i;. k  .. "  ;'.  itlou ■ . 5.
I   a.
>'" "iiiieuiion whicli  caused  much  Xenrly Perfect Track nad GoodI   'I'Mpresbyteriau  church al  Grand
'-. Grand  Suei .   .  From Biwy
Point   (II      lOW.
■  ied
UP!
HorsoH to ('■"(,"    I
Several Gvi litis.
ill: ■ 1- nlnio I    ■■''.'       I will
Ilurlly bededii id i
The'traiii ■ ' ..."" ib, j h pMirr I
mini   i  ini npi ,,,,, „,,,. jt ii,..-.ui, -: « '--^ V.a' , .■
■ •  DWAY, B, C
a 'a illl I 111" ua :\ cul'l'i in .: I  aa
limigin ;' tree! an., ..;;; . • ,
A day full of sin ihtiio, gronnils and I    ;,,. ,. ,,.|Jh„.,,,,,      ....    ,
grand slaiijlfiiil of interesl/.'d   ,   "       , ., „;.,.a:.j:l ,.  , ,  :      : ■
present aisrtiii.-wcekly service to Mar- 0,.s, attack recently made but .'duiosl,     ,    '
ens, I,avviiic!., vi-yl'inl,  |a,as ..!ci'i„.  ,,.,,,■,,.   ,,;;i   .„,;,    ■ „,,  .     ,„    ,■„,   :"   Iwimu ill.. }eUhr«l. up in .ll
a month, and saves money by doing so,  ,•,„„ ,ls om,8  i„ ,,,,;,  |   the several      !''""''"' '""'    i'"1  ;!;'   l}".m',,ft|,J   (nnftr,   CUftfilr   nf
as iwo cent. I'. S. - nnips are used, the eVen     ,      ■   ,       ■.,..' '" " ' ' ' :,; l '" ':    »W ':'"'::'"  lill      I   -,-.. .'.      I
i'lenoF exchnngiiig Ihis For a weekly   i |,.-, ,„s under which, tllej   ling L1!'".1 "}U^H ''"'
G. Arthur Rendell.
Gener.al Mercha^
r
BOUNDARY FALLS, B C.
I   '    !: Rf    '-"I
|{\'   GOODS,
GKOCEBIBS,
MlMaltS' SUPPLIBSi.
A'.L  At   rait   LOWEST   PRICES-
association  ii corpm      |    ti   ;       tli       "'"'-' Rresol   ; •■       ■'.■'.'    wo ure
sj,yleand ti;'''"1' '   .        ,1    ' ej   ■ " nn ': gi -'    '    '     '   ' -:.    eflli
forever« month  lm I  lieen Inintlng Clubiicllvel, - m ■!., '  jftrbill   vn       I.i;   uirning i
.;■..., a ■...,. a..,-,,, a; ;■   ■    dmud tu : ,■..    '.
i" I"'" in ■;■ uiui ed on 11    '    li ' '    'liiin-up u    ■    by  the  NVIson '
n    iiieriii '■     !i He !u i  'I ij's  spnrls II      itiilic Jliiiitig I .,       , ..  '
\,      I'lirried in      ltd il' 111 ialinii    reek proved  Ivi    " in
iiillii'l'i Lo tlieiy ru
11     ions il i    '   '    ' a   a       ' ' : ' ':   Illll
ill Ilia iietir ft'    I'l   \         al   I
tie ia' lbe f in un  ' a: ; : tg i r a i'i ■ ,.
nl  ai the provim     i    on llu
very plentiful and Hint there are also
soon- Few cariboo. They nunc a":'"
several l.nj'go leads ol' Free milling
qtiat'fe, wliii'li,'i|ipe.ii'i'il liiLnlowgriule.
Mr, Thoioel. mi Siilui'il.'iy returued
In Hi" same region In trap beaver and
will be gone ubotil '.', months,
 m	
Upper SiiiiilkiDuee:,. N',!"s.
Tbe company on Njiwton creek
(south fork of Granite creek) lire working foiir men opening iipthelr'd'igglngs
wilh bue inlention of hydraullcing
next spring. This is it gold proposition though small specs of platinum
nre met with, Hie largo depots nl' the
latter metal lieing found on the Tulil-
meen river.
The Black Channel cninpaiiy, Gran
He creel;
good pny since ittajthig (hi opening un
lbe upper part, of llieir tunnel, which
bus given I belli gnnd air lo work ill.
This in it deep, bench digging, which
has been prospected every season since
'86, nml is a gold pro-position.
Neartho junction uf the Tuluineeii
and Siniiikanieen a nuiuher of companies have lately deen doing preliminary wink preparatory to hydialio-
hig ni'.'il next season. No less Hani
four have secured ground for thai purpose,
Angus I,anion! and l-Vte Giiernder-
son aro reported In ltuve "struck ii
rich "on the Siulilkaiiioen, six miles
above the falls.
Jits Hiiird.in, u well-known prospector nnd one of the best hydraulic men
in the province, has been working a
'"ducking hydraulic." This is a. contrivance which iicls aulouialicully,
storing water  nnd  dia-a-l.ut'gilig saute,
can ',
M'a.. | ,,,..    |   ....   . ,       ,,  !   | ., ,,.,'
ether ti  uu iiht i:   of bo   -    am n
which mi ■   lie    en tb    now  faun in
All Hmoke,  Cyclone,  fjhaniroi!:  an !
oi'  rs, und il i- net die t   to Bay  thai
With -.licit (lyi B| ill III iell'l.lliee LllU B(!V-
da! I'Vl'llls I'l!'.' hotly Cilllieslell.
The Iirsl iie ii mi ii1" progriimme the
[•inilc dan li 'i ghl "in Ijitlle George
Sliaiiiroia;, Hiaia, !■■-■'. Chuck and
Dni'i lJe Ian, .nid afli!' a ;.'""'! de d of
;iii'" had li an spent   in  sea.an ■    I) iy
aail away and ii renllj   • !   race  was
ivitoessi tl. till imrocl; look llu li. il
an! nlthougb hard pressi d lield il in
the llnish, with Little George only n
neai. Iiehiiid for second place.   Xinie
re said to bo working in  J^i Becoiids.       .,,.,,,,.
The second evenl Ini' I Ul 18 trbltin,'.: or
pin lug foi' horses in the 2,16 (in-.- ivns
cnuli'sled liv.I, '!'. \V„ Itiiynl 11 'venge
'■'•!   ! il,
Mr. CoryeUe, ('. 1!. ia  urveying For
..'!..! Ill, '.    r  "i   ll   |ll'
posed irrigulii .. bli Ij i :,l In I g
ivi    ■ :."ii' a ' ■   '.,        ,   ....      hcii
GROi   tIES,
;a :   ■.   .
r.      . . .■
'
IBINE IS' SUPPLIES,
i. V'.'. km;I'D,
WATCHMAKER and  JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C
I Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty,
11    l"ili Wiii-l-uiileil.     o3-2lll
Tlie (lazy Sliojflg FhpIoi1
( .     '."'-. H.I .
The.Gil -     Block,
'':".;''.: liic Post Oflice.
.     I.i ..      .   .    '     '    .       i,..;,., in,ji,,;  „,i,|
....
■ a. a ;i l;"IIV. I'l'iill.
"..
Mr, a   ' ■ ,      !   ..a \.';.i in   !i
tlie recent sales iu I'.,    ■•■.■   .,'„■ a t .;
I   ve reliirni il  .i I 'oiv lie  where they
V, II   pul ill    ia '    '.. illl    a     'I'l 111-11 ill a    il!
lbe ■, ring In develop    '!: a  location;
in l.bc giiino camp,
Sniupli .a ol' or Fi'i)!ii lbe (' .a.ll.i,
claim i: Summil eiiinji, lm at,,! thi,
lutnmer foe Cnjil, li, C. Adiiins, .a'
a!, oTrei!.  give  ■,-:' ■ "'  III   silver am'
flU.Mu '■'      old,        I!   !    '    !    ..'      ' ll.lil    i: a
Inn liy nss iy of  1';. ..   !. ,'.   Dot     !
Mtpil' i .■;. und ■ a .a . .a silvi r und .
gi Id   ni- a total af I,;-';.;!.! uot ton by
assay nl' '■'.. 15. Durlinghiinic nl' Denver.
( nl.   Th.   ledge  i-   twelve  i'i"!   v.ui
am!  tlie samples a,a a sell!  ilie culiae
J. PI
luuL.
."".'a:\
Imperial (in en eel \\ alb r I'l. uiui c ; ■"'
GRAND FORKS
I IU ■ LL
KKTTLE   KtV'iCK,   1.1
,' :.",   i.    Mil! ,'!!!-,   Wnsli.,
i     ...•.'.!.
suited in 111 I liriil li nt in iii\ni',,l',!. '','.
W. wild W'nilar P.. second, After lbe
iirsl in',;! Imperial Quet u nnd Royal
!{evongc di'opp il nn! of I!:" I'n'ee leaving',). '1. '.'. an I '.'. niter i . I" conlesl,
ilie .-ecoiid und iiiiiii Iienl ftltilie, a.a!
this thev did in gr; ndslyle, a. T, \V.
having Vi'ul'.er Gnrdiierat Iho end of
ilie ribbons wlm haiidli il bis horse in
such ia manner as to draw loud praiso
from the spectators. The heal ul-
Ihougli closely contented resulted in u
I') .'.'.',:  ON ..' -    . .' TO! i'
(Conclude'! from !1; page.)
Fill lllv, in aai ',.■■,' ii ai" a, una r,a,i
lions with Id" unlives ire nnl i utisfne.
to'ry, and thai i in m id to Hi • gnmc
law... Wc all know !■ i well tlin
every year Uio liiiupil'iins lilnze with
Hn a kindled by Biwrsbe.-i in order lo
victory for .I.T. W.    Jiiue first heat (M    fc, , ,     ;,       f''," ,  , ,
2,oi, second ,i,UU,
The live-eights of nuiilubroiight mi uml thai too, when Ihi Fauns tiro yel
to the trjldTd All Sinok;e, Cyclone, young, and long ia To: a Id ■ , o aa. o.- -
Shliuiroek, Puna,-ma! fleciprosily nwV, llu;]ltoi ,;,,.]..,, ,| .,;, , j,,,, „„..,..„,, [.,
it is safe to suy that never bus a  morel t, ,,       ,- ,,,
a!st,,,nishi.(gperFi.,'manceheeuwilmlss:   l(eso aclions l„,ey ari;  gudly ol   «
ed iu tliia|ai;'t ii! Hie country,     iitcr  dienches ol  lbe law, iii  selling   ■
some amount of scoring, had  been  in'-Ta'inl killing out ot season,   ll  ia .a's ■
dulgedinlirwMchthe-perfecttraining- -notorious thai   Iii" lisiierv laws ure
of'All  Siiioke  wns noted,   the  ting ,    ,. .,.,,',.
dropped and   the  tivo  Favorites   AD "Ponly disregmdod by Ilie a...:.: m
Sin:ik« ami Cyclone got away tog u r   netsat tliemouthaol   reeks and thus
thereby fncilitutins' Hie' remo'vul   of gl'Iho turn near.tlie , iii I f-posl   Al   wafitonly prevenling tlienseeut of the
■ ■■ - -:_y
ANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY,
, ,"iic     Wi u I'i';-,     i ! iuljw.'ty
I.;, fi'diii   Atlantic   to   I ';k fi;-'
—   -+-    -
und       STEAMER ABERDEEN
LEAVES PENTRT0N
Tuesday* TDM SL'/-.'. i mn   -.-iurday;,
Every Attention ( ivan tO G.UCGtE a8p.ni„ Connecting ai
okanagan lauding
,). !.. '. ' I .- : .;-.:   a;\.  i'laii).  ■     wild Trains for tho East, nnd West
iruuffli l''i!-l-('liiss Sleeping ( nr.
Hull}' llulwecii V.i.ieiiinee ,i:.:l Moll:
tivnlnn    t. I'nnl.
!. !'.
aa.
;.. :a. r.'j-.it.
I
!a!\'
\ 1
.'. " IS.,
,i   in i'":iN'S,
HID
WAY
an I
BOUNDARY FALLS
Mi
Ui
■ j n
ri ii
ti» ;:;im(itii
Ini'ge quitntitios of gravel Ihat. would
S miki
side Ini
,;,i:i;"  "' J "1"'  Ul°, i;'"  !: -!i in spawn,   tn  defence, thev sav
nil   I 'llu   /illll   I. Ill      Tit', l       lull)-
ui Cyclone the  two  Inn:
otherwise  have  to   1"'   removed  by j ched together causing the former to | Umt alVthts'-is dnue for  foo.d; and
hand.   Il iafhetirsl to do operated in drop back four oi: five lengths, did this tli.il is it) more sluini ■ lo tlm
III 0„ and is doing worked sdou! nix ai,i '"" ''ll'"'[   lho, !V"':   ''"' ;,,:. ';'!is  :"; '!l' ,:'''!' ".'"" """ r'"
.    ' ,       r. ,     , uiomenl I.i" woiideiTu! power,  O'   lm
tilth's above Princeton. ,, ,.   •.,,,„, ,
well-known   and   extremely under whi|
!■ was rulli d lijio'li an :
S| III'     Si!.'    I'l .Slll'lllll'l'd
tlU'lil  ,.
I,',' .11
pOi ition .n grow fooit, or tb
place   them    ou   suitable   huiil
genial  !!. 11, Cameron diseovM'd i!i r- oijerhimliiig Cyclone al   tlie  half and  grounds,   Soon,  our    Ion  of   Id'
dig Hie season  a  valuable  hydraulic cjime in it  winner by- just a  d.aul  in I province will have little attraction fo
.      ,    ,     ,    ,        mi        ii    s   i IH" ia.     line ol I., .in.                          I., ,„.i,.,.,„„     .. I..-I,    ,,,.,,,,,.,a   ■      .,,,
bench about nine miles above the forks The next uvent, lbe green trol   hull    .'• ")'' " "' ,        .    I"".''1""    '"
of the Sliiiilkainw.Mi,, nnd   bus sold an  yi0 heats, best Iwo in three-liroiiulil   luuwy ranchers diil |i  cimu
inlensl m the s.,me !,.- Mi, ,i„n. Aie- out Kitty Ciuin, Grey Dick ami '■'■:■   tion will have difficulty in  |    eurin
Lureii.n coast cnpiliilist,nii,! it islsaiil """ l3''5'' !1.lul Br™b. was tlie hiiiusq- i',„j;;, aud thai ienotaverj lm; .y mi
to be their intent on to work this nros- 'V™1 !" mmoaca "J.^pui tormance oi  ,   ,   ,t,  r ,-    .;.   ( !,v,.. ..    ,       ,,
uiui nun mn i.luai in wiuiv ,,ii.. pin.- |.[)(,Si, lueses, or rather the perforuiiince         ,
peel next next Sanson.
.ni Kilty ('nun und Vermin  Boy,  For  I" "a-
uteres ing ana it would Liu. difficult, to     Tbe iiulofu,tigablq Holiert St. veusoo Hiey proved themsolves so green i'a"   K,    .    .... , .;"','., V' ,.,
i.ai'l iciilnrr.'.e und al Ilie snioe time do        , ,, ,   , .    . tl-,. (llaiiioeo I lair drnnned iiooo'lbbni   ••'•'"-   'H.'-   •'■  ■
iislire lo Hiilc'-'hi'iits     \ tuiliceable  (hetter known ns Job Stevenson) is, tl l';'    ls   "    i ,., <n ip," . '.,   |i   m,
us n     to 1,11.0, (.all),uta.   -l iiiii ki.inn.,; .       ,    . i at  (de lo-st. atienipt, nil.!   Mi'i'V I-'"-:-! M0ATJOX KEOOllDS,
md ni Ihe same lime regrellable tact, ■ is understood, nt connection with Mr. (.nuic ill ti winner liy iibou! two ininil
lowever, was tlmt the Mission Valley' i[ogKi Forming a company For tho do- red yards in the first beat!   ' Tho "Juinli >" mill n) eluiin, H;
wns not well represented,
Ihe ladies' fancy work wns one nf
the most interesting features of the
show und tlie exhibits liy long odds Ilie
Lest yet, seen, ar, Vernon. Tlie collection ol' minerals from the southern
country attracted a great deal of at
velopinciil    oF    valuable    hydraulic    The one-and-a-quarter mile dash, the m\l eimp, o. S, Bowen, Oct, I.
bonehasdu.tiio upper's iknineon.     ||!lu'»sl ''''■"! '■' th«.P™?f1"11  f(";    "Hol.li'n i ■.-. ',„;,: ml claim, White'
,,    ,.. .,   ,, ,7       „   , ,,  ,.    I In,    Ireo   inr  nil, lor a purse nl ,   ,,  ,        ,       ,
Ur.W.Ol McDnugiill  bus  sold Ins.,,.,...   ||:;,1„ll,   ,,,   ,,|(,   ....,.;;,,,.   p;, .'"in,., ,.ia. ,.',,,,.„,.,.^ ^
interest in the Rloroon liyilriuiliceluiio , |{itty, Evergreen, All Smoke, Cyclone,,     ' itmiton '  in te isil  cluim, 'A bite
Inn Mr. Watermaii.   Ml', MeI)ouitn!l :und Spokmie,  mid ngiiin All Smoke; camp, Kva Bin , Oct, I.
ciiinill'V uiii'ucici u   m'cu, ueiii   in  m-;,       .     , ,        , .    ,        ,.',      .-lii,,,i„l   li-"- witiu'i'ia'nl   I'.lciii,,'lii','-i--  i     .. \-  i „      • i     i   •        ,,-i-,   -
leoiino   -iml Ihose nihiliur men  who   ins but nn dole  at lie forks o   the '""'"'u .'"„  ;,""'"/ "]l   ■      ?■' '      "Volcano" mineral   claim,   iVlnte
lelitiini, .lliu iiiose mining   mill  woo ,.,    ,:lid again (vcloneiiisf nusnoil me ,mini. _ ,„
saw   them   were   unnninioiis. in   the   lidiinieen   und   Smnlknineen,. whicii .,,(■ vi,.'i,0I,y funtlidougli Ihe ra. e v.ais a   cm'p' «eorge town, Uct, 1,
iipioion that ns an evideneoof Hie re- will bo a great convenience to tbo"trnv- long one and tried tiie ehdurance'of     "Midway" niiueral cluim, hetwee
sources of the loiver Okiinagiin und
Keltic river, tho exhibit could scarcely
be excelled.
'WONDENSUD LOCALS.
-♦■
Mr, W. Powors leFt on Friday for
the Mission,
Mi1'. T. MeAnley bus recorded assoss-
mijliton the Number I, While's camp.
The hurdle 'race (150 yards) .last
Tluii'sdny, wns won by Muckuy lug-
rain.
The name of Hie post, office lias been
cljiviiged from lioiuulary Creek to Aliil-
vvny,
f;'pie school has been moved from
riuhuster mid Greco's building to I'nlm
erstoii's hull,
Lynch and Ilelstnd ate putting up.
no nssny ol'llee for Mr, llnss 0. Ji. be-
twi.aui tbn store and lintel.
Mr. li. Lefevre reached Midway lost
Wednesday from Pairview, where he
Intends to jmt in the winter. Ho is at
present Inking o, ihe camps,
Mr. Randolph Stiinrt, lirotder of the
editor of this paper, and Reginald
Sadler arrived in Midway on Monday
Fri i^Kugliind. lhey intend to nntke
this country their Future homo,    , *
Mr. phna,Kuunin6 of Tiujoma is In
town.' He is inlcrcsled in l,l).e old
Tnconui, which ltns been rcTociled nnd
called the Midway. Mr. Klenime bus
several claims In the Matljpw und is
irgnnizing B joint stock erunpany to
Handle them,
ng
elliiig public, and will also, run a store,  lbe horses lo the utmost, there was the "TSlkliorn" and "Ih A," mineral
He can look forward to u. good patron- Wely half it lengthdiilereucebietwcen claims, Fred Thoniet, Oct. li,
1 tlie two forulrst and second place, and
age, tharuco wa; run ill the li il  time of     CERTIFICATES ov WOBK UEi'tiRDHi).
Tho Tunnel," nei r Bpiiiularv Fall i
The: new bridge at the fork:! Intely 2.3),
eneleil by Mr. Jlci'niignll was wnshed     Judges   D,    W,: Crowley, \V.   !'',  ^ MjIcCur
.,„ i,-11,, ,•„,,,„,! i,;,,-ii u-.,i,,i-,,.,,i,i.ii  W. F, Cameron,X Mclver,
,IW,1!   'A  I'Jl'tei I'lll  lllgll   Wul.'l   (,ltl.-lll        c ., ii'i',,,   ",,,      ',, \:,c,„,   '-   „nnni
,   ,,' .       ,a , Starrer—Mr. Hrowu, 11"   ""■'   '"■■    aiwoocis camp,
by the heavy nuns ol two weeks ago. |   Ti,.„, i,. .,,„,.,   ;■. jnHliKiali nad Cr.  Alex; Wtillace,- Oct, ii,
Mr, nod Mrs. Kindltiy, From Ontario, i Gatewooil.
ure  visiting  Mr. W, II. Holmes near BKCOSD DAt.
Princeton, aud,willaettlu in tbeSiinil- , WUhiit could  do cliiinied For tin
kuineen.
The  entile on the upper range  nre
wandering south,
llrst'ditv as regards weatbei: aud nil
"tli ■ oro,' AtiVo.od    camp, .mln
"   ad"., (lei   ft
:,     Liiitii hi    ' i    up Me : im ■;
leiidn iconiiistbeacci rd tl the second,   •'■!i- Sidley, Oct, '.
wilh i lu- inl'liiioii lii.ilii.ci i.e.'.'! v..a,a     " Tliq    Orpli   I,"     Willi '     viiiup
I'llll'iall/.r" ill" ,;aalal al.lllii v.l!a:"   till!    !,,,;,.  Wlllce, Oct, 11,
Death of Edw.tyd. t'oriow
Fdwiii'd fiii'i'du, ... wnll known clli- thoreliy reducing lbe gate  wcelpts,  ii
i        -, -, .   . . ii,.,,i...  ,. .11,, ,   ,. 11.
a    a,,'   litrgi a     ll| !"'       led  lij      ,  .,    ..    ,   . .   ,..
thunuinb i-of] "'" p.-     ■•".    -I" ,    ll;,'   ''"'•'■ ■ ''
1,1)1, ...   „m| i.i^i.i  oi,   ||„. ,„.| ..',|„ Iiunes I Miel.. Ilcl, I...
HlOre iy .'I'lllleill:; llle gull'   l'0Coi| '  .   II .   , .    .   , ,     ,,., ,,|;;iI,.;
mnliea whicli loiichcsn young  ussoci     '
...........    .,.„...        --"■'        :Iabion  in a  tender spot,    Tito   pro      "i"1'' ni    '"'■ t,M,i>yinont
popular millers nf Ihe „,.!"!, «,,!, I, „,„;;„„. ,,,s a ,: I „„,, ' ,„ ,,,.. va.,.... . | a a    ,.
ul  ns residence, four miles easl ot Col-,    The Iirsl heat in lbe   oft le   Wis     ..,,,,    , ,„ , -, ;,„„.,,..,. Ju,ln
ville, lasl week, aged ,admit, lliirl v-lwn  laken byJJom fudro, the  secoud   and .,  .,   ,      ..      ,.   ,        .      ..
              .                    ,(,(...) i... C....I,..,..     li .,■..,,;,..!.:•. ...,i I', I-'-' '''ll" ■''■'' a-" e : "'"''■
zen iu Kettle riivee nnd one of Hie m.,..i   matter which touches n young  	
Ken..a" half Intel jst, .Inlni .Meyer
years,   "Tedilie,"us lie ivns known bv ' t-lili-.l In ('yelonc.   It vy|is in this 1011I
,. .,    ,     ; 'ibni ii Inl'iei: nr  wns c,nun c bv H' ■ v        ICono,   hnlF inte!'|i
eyery one, wns a nativc.Qf Lnglnnd,, h]lm,^_ ,„„ ,,,,   ;,„,..,, .Urulinn  to D. McLttr Icl. 1",
and spent tho first half ot Ills life ns a the same the rnco was [liuced  |:o the    ',|,t;l!„,'   (.i,.-iilor   inferos
printer, spending seven  years, ns itjt i credit oi' Cyclone. ' v,','...■ ;'. | , n, -n,.'; „,.,,„, ,,,    ;_;,
apprentice   before   venturing   ns  al   Tlie next_event, trotting orp;
For .several   years   he
saw Little Joe nnd ei"i'uj"ii,; a a a  ijd
journeyman, cor several years nei.-i ?m, j-^ .,„ , ■,l,,|,„,!;;h' ,;,,;,
was employed ns u compositor ol i ,lne wnn thi lies! heal and closely con-
musii; in ono of the largest music pud- tested the other llove, .alnauaaii
tishing bonsi's in London, lo the early ' !™u;'yih''.vi;;11M''' "ll' """' h"ill;' '^
purl, of ihe last decade be wont lo sen
for t| lime, but. on lauding at Quebec
he returned to his trade for a time, finally drifting west und Inking up his
permanent residence ou a farm, near
Colvillo. IK) liecniiii) ijit'i't'iulcd with
mining and followed Hint ns nu employment since 1885. Last summer lie
spent ns superintendent of tho work on
the Skylark mine.   Alibiit two weeks
igu !u
ant lo look nftef bis farm, and
ri37,2:IO;,2:HHV,
I !■"   ,: ;:".     ..    ;i,
.' Htlll 11. lnni Inlei o .   Wallace
lo Otto Wilier. Ocl   11
...,-',
Tlin ;:i,a   Tic!,
:i,ul I'u 'llh !''.■: I'olnls,
:'),),ii- ] nn .,,, Ijlhon fl IV 0|Vp 1,'n!'
'- .--"'vi       -     lA.'J     --'.-.I      *I-.U
i'.i .' ISiitos, Time Ae... Apply to
ii. S   GiSWrNG,
on to
ft.GENT,   PCMTICTON
H. C. COOPER
T
MAXl'l'll"IT Illll! 01
If] Qq,
rerii ana saner
V. :,     '.'. u.c,
FOR
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G, lyi'L. BROWN,
Oist. Fairs. Agent,
l/ANCOUVER, B. C.
QDnFAIffPi PATTQ
feruMM pALLo
an<)
KilEIl BAI1WAY
Nelson* Fori Skeppard Railway
ALL RAIL   TO  NELSON,   B.   C.
Only  HirouaSi yne to  Nrison,
Knsio. Ktotenay LiiJifc-
.-.,..; Slocan Points.
TfaroDgh Trains Ssmi-Weekly.
Daily, e:;ei pi   Sunday, belween Spokane and Marcus.
'     '   T *,)
SILVER
EXTRACTIO-N
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a; \ ■ i
r. .'i:;ll |i.iu.
Ill   .-: i
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Iiaiius will
a a. |
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ins
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lints,
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1 a: In li.))).,
aaiel-N'el-
uTlvins 111
ll'liilia, I'lla-
1   N'els ill
tmliij ■
Ill'l'il
UK ul S|i,i
mi for Kudu nnd
Kaslo ul WW p.i'i-
■ i ; ■ , ' -   \\ III   |l':i.V(!
\\f, mIuj-h mid .'
■ mi -.!!.■ i!:i;.
f'mnmi ih'Iiik   M!1   -'   piw oiikwk for Ti-mi
L't'oi k, Nukusp, .•(■,'. Hi "i\-.. liuMilsluIto nut':.
all itohils ■ i' lliu Ciiiitulitui  I'iU'flli' nulwuy.
-     luys
will kavo S|ii)kivii(i on Wciliipdiiysiititl Satur-
: i. ■  nl 7 ''-.ii.   ■ iliiiK ■ ■  N'ortlipoi'l willi
.:-,.;,,- rt'oimiilriu (natiiuday i i1 ' p.m.
i';b-!iL'.i.  I>) tttuiniui' riimii bovupoiiiUiU'
FKe Gassel Gold
/ *
t-                           r        i    I ■'   I"       .'....'■
I v ''-ai -I'liAr!  hn     I .(-4 I'u    unci's fur Kultli  lllvcr iiiiiI lluuiulw)
LAI. d-,.[il\L'  DO., LiU.,  , ,,., i_ ,  ,H  „    ,,..,.„„ Mll„
ilu) , I'u   In; ■. I'hui'i In)  ."nl I'ililiiyn.
(Tiioli IrtlitiT-F presl Praeas
UKlOtl
in I      Matli    of Ki hard Thompson, Di." ■ late.
Havi     ' a .    imontal    Wi irks    a!
VANCOU^   a..'...    , : ,.. I   . ii'i
, ll ll: ,1   la   vi. I ue (1)1
ll   ill   Illl     .li... I'   -reti"!..
It-  , . I  Ael, UHl    llllll iiu'eiiil- .
to 2,i 0 i..... ". thi  Ci mid   Pro-  in      I        ....'.. iiheni ■ •
..     ' ■ ' ' i Cn'i'l
' '      .       ■ '     '• I ll".  Ill' ■'       || (tic Ki II I'liln   I'i-'
inn ri : "'I' I. II, (-„ -     ',',',,
"•:i required. , „, ,,„..
i It llMtdll   1       HI'         Illl
I    i'l1    ti  :.:   ■     ai-     to i .)'.. eiah.,: lm! '.   ,.,      .-.i'i  ynu . forth
lliiniidiill . nu ii   '   ilni
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i|   i   ('Ill III) "III''''.
W, PELLEW HARVEY, F.Q.S., J.!;,?:;/- . i"1"1 ' Ubm'""
ASSAY OFFICE >'i   ' '        n I will  nl in dlslrlbuto,
.. ih,-   ii   . tnti inniiiiti nu
rill   ■ VANCOUVER, B.C,   m«\,      .        ■■    ,li ' |in'|l >m;s In
till rliil i-lil lillulln      . II aaai li.ne liuon
tu ti'i: ... "     '   1    I   111
ipany's Superin       (  ■   .
tfg&X,
tA /
t
ut.''o.t    ' ':\A -.
^
C, A. II,
UIIII.V,
hi I i,iilu!-.
Aii\,ala'.\i.    .(;';',  L801,
Ocrtiflcntc of [mnrovomonts.
Provincial Sccretapy's Oico,
The one mill' Iind' repent, nr; Ir the
Iirsl. heal had been run, wusglvi n to VII
Smoke, the others denning il ano!
policy In gracefully retire, knowing il
lo lie'usel '■■■• i" try and wrest victory
[pom the little mure.
At ibis junction in tlie day's proceeding's ii very inlcresfing even; look
place, viz., ii 100 y.nds Font race, on
which Iv gran! uiui)'.ml oi' money wan
ponied, hotwceil Allen of Cnlgnry and T'AKK JCOTIl'E lliiil 1, milium Mi'Loin,
i,       ,.'.,        ... ..'.i.i.i. ..,;.,i     i     I    [run iiiluci'   curl   cute   .a ...,.'ia, aiiei'il
Jul. Itichlei ' I Osoynn., which rusiiileil  .   ... ,,.,       „ .,;.,, |„th-0
' i an '., iy victoV.y lor   Huh,
IVO'I ivii.
Till'. CllllNIt I'l'IA  MlSElUl, ( LAI 11,
'.eii: hi Uio ICI :. ver Mining Division ol
Vtilii nbtrli.. ii, il ■- Hnnunll liotwoun
lltKindafy Ci. .a nil,! I'liui'lii of ,1a1 tin Dk,
in Wliilos (Jtiiuj).
1! il : i
in lbe inn lint.;'or put ing, three miu-  i.tcnUt,
* ,, 1 ■ .    I ., ,■!,.!    I    , , .    ill,.,,,,.'
'.Oaptaln Wood of,-Mw^ukee,-capl- dliitl wiihin Iwiaiiy-Fniir hours after
titlist und mining expi': i, ,''icci!!iip!inieil, Ink'ug i-'i',. l,)i!.a,l!i rcsiiiii'il from
by Mr, W.T, Tlioiniisoii, .'iiiiic down   >MpoisohliigInduced by n boil on
, , ,    ,, In-1 heck.   Mis luni'i'iil was condiicicd   ival   a;,. v\.. i, iii.m un.i ......,., a ;. ,.
troin   lbe   Greenwood,    .)'!l . < "l'l»'>', „ d,, Ull, „„,„!; „!'ilia I. U. 0. !•'., I,a  I ,  ,i; i,,,.,   in,.,!.;   U   ,-it,   a,.;!..'	
riiuips ou Sunday, bul li of wbiebwere bciijjj n meilfbei' of the lodge ill Col
v.dorouglily inspected liy'the  former, | vtll'w  ■
In the Iriii.liiii'or pacing, thaee mm-  i ".'in , tu   nui
lite cliiSH,   ilie  hist   mill  'ii' Hie .ia,  :''';i" 1;""''   '
.:■  '    ...    .,.... it, .i ,,,, :   .......a  ,,..',,,       Ami lui'llii flu'., nul   i
lleill
II
, .. I lawn
del iltil, l-al.
lj la IIOXOL'II IIiii Lloiitei n i I'liivurnor lias
1*1   lii'in |)lui mil i il ■ (hi! :' illuivlng ni1-
lioliuiniii.t. via, i
Oiaaaa: tl'iln \ MAHTIN of   e.itii 1 holllpHOll
ii    ;'   I  null',      ; iiu i Hr.f I '     laiur al
Lllillls 1111(1 ", i'l:a I,,:- .!;■    I'l'ovl    Ill'illKll
i tltiluhlii,
NOflOE.
STHAYKU '■■>' lo Hi   i'.:,'i| < f ii.>   iimlur-
Hi   mid I'M   I ■lin      in" ■.
in'H'.'i, leu1-, ii,.,!.., ; (.,.   i'. ■  liuuliliir,
.   .,.    - ■ in ,   miloil.
Tli ov ii ■! may v .■■.... pnyiiig
;';\. I)"'   I '.!;-l ■'     ll,     ; Ml || Ihi   ..,,,.
. - i .: ...,; ;, [III     the
...:;,. .    ( ['.'.■ hul--' Hill bO  -"i'i    ■'.   !"i:in
iii;;km..   I'dv hifiisolf fi niarK ol   " : ,  .-i-; ■.  fci.Timpi ... MULl.Ol K-WK1 ti'i   I   mtOH.
wllicll >ii;i Uul ii!i,;M' li:'.- nn nt-;'. I)       " i .:.-! h i:.n iii : i ,1(1 iiilii i. ISI11.  ti-.'h .      ,,,r ii , i; ('
CANN. &; CO.,
BflOKSELLEJ S. STATIONER^
Anil il.al'irl. la
NIUSICAL INSTRIJIVIENTS,
SEWING   MACHINES,
WALLPAPtH,
TOBACfOS, Etc., E 10.
.Nei'dli! for All Mukcs of Sewing,
Mni-liiill's Kept ill Stock.
Mull orders from Ihe Lower!'mini rj,,
will receive pi'llllipl nl I'll.I iiill.
( .\,\'\ iS: CO.,
v v. .ja. m o mt -   '»'»-   c DISTRICT NOTES. The Midway Races.
"- The races ut Midway lasl week nt-
Mr. East has disposed of all his inter- traded a largi iber of people und
esta in' the Ingram camp tn 'Ir. Bra- |[fieu Interest was taken ii; every event,
hunt. The. weather was  iierfeci  am! gener-
Mr. II. C Walters ha. aeeiai! alirspeakingn verj eiijoyadle time     „,              ft    ,
.oonilon Mr. .1. Easts nil'Teat:, ,'n the «»j, had (jy both visitors and residents.
Sunset    nod   Silver  frown   uiinerkl The follqwjng was tho prqgraiuine:    t Slttur
claims in Deadwood i'iu.st day.                     ^
The recent high vale" in lm- Iv tile ftmu'ter mile; IY. .• for.VI; purse, $25.
elver is declared by almost every old Entries-
iimertob  ,|i,ilei„,,.i eeih'tiied nl litis, BuliersMau^.,
tiuieof fltj'yeur, nnd wiis'attribiited In Shuns'Brown Hess,
excessive rillii up ndi'll). Batiste's Pole'. "
The tests  recently  made   by   the. Tjpdby Maud S, nni] Pel e,
Piu'rview, Foot  race,   $10,    Kniii
iii   y a. ni. (avury Tuesday, 'Jhursjay  and
day, flfriyipg at Fairview i p. ra,, and Oro, \ya.s!]in,i/ton,
<: same evening!
gurnet woBUfi
Strathyre Minmg'Company, Fairview,     """i   race,   $iu,   rjntries   Ingram,
nfpock'fr Ihe main vein hi HieBrown  Powers,  Sinister nml  Martin,    Men
Jlenr were  made  In see whether it easily hy Ingram
will leave Qrp Washington, 7 a. m., Mondays, Wednesdays
and FrjfjjtySi reaching Fairview at 11 a, m„ connecting with
SS. .-Iii:i-i.li'(!ii and S. & (.). and C. P. Railways.
A^ron Johnson, Prop.
$10,
150,2nd $10.
Indian race
Mill lies
William's i'inlii.
Jack'' Lie)
W'.in bv IlieCicy.
SI'.'CliMl  IIA V.
Qiitirler mile   l-i  prize
I'.'nlries
Ingram''! nig.
Bnlisl '  While stiicklngs,
Ruber's".!!' I S„
Powers' Put'
f-l Maud S„ 2nd Wlilty Stockings.
Ilulf-llllle   1st prize .Sail, 2nd $111.
Entries
Ingram's Nig,
Hiltls'te's Peie,
Ruber's Old Blue,
Quiirter-inlle suildle
Knlries -
Aeneas' Buy .lini,
Kwing's Slim Jim,
Hulier'sOld Blue,
tn Pin ule's Seven Up,
Indian Jnck's Blaze,
Won by Hay .lint.
Foot race 100 yards
Kiitrics-
i.vnc!;,
Wilcox,
Ingram,
Black,
Won bv Ingram,
prize $10.
would pay besl In sorl tlie nre i r iiiii.
The decision arrived ui lins nol  been
lo.'ule public.
We have bail  v Ham one lelter
lately  ice mending Ihal   a  certain
limn be Uplnci d mi the Siwn ii list,"
,'l'his is inn:" of nni' Ini-i , and weie
vii In publish, "vllting to that cH'ecl
tvo might have repson l" wish wc bud
lint.   It   is  n   mailer  fay  lie.   . inn's
friends nnil relations in look lifter,
Wild day selling ill $10ill Hie stuck
mil I'l- in SIS In $20 bailed.   Illl)' loend-
iuvs lu'igli't in pay pretty well in this
section,   ll is pretty evident Ilinl no
such prices will be realized if a railway
ever lap-  Kettle filer, a- bailed  hay    ,.( |V|7-)'],',l.Ni'r
sent loKnnt,!'  ;-!'i'"i".'ieriiss lbe line1
pin |ic laid mi the nips |"! s;'a top,
Parties freighting between Kettle
river aiid 'McKinney ami Penticton
complain greatly of the insecure milliner In which g Is of all kinds scul
south from Vernon are packed, In
most instances the cases tire nol properly nailed, Merchants up north
k|u 'dii I'l-ini'iiibei' tlml Hie freighting
iiiis'to be done over a very rough road.
Nine-tenths of the ham and bacon
consumed In the lower country mining
ciiinps. mine ti'.m amiss the line,
tl'here is absolutely nn reason For ibis
ji, . nd I lie Fad that ranchers in this
proviiice e.ither do not realize what n
Inline innrkel exists For such produce,
.irui'outti'iiyiiidiltorenl.whotlicrsuchaU n,,.v enjoyable iill'air, and relleetoil
market exists or not. Awclhniuiiiged m.(lll mi the coininitteo who arranged
pork packing establishment run in the it, ,\i midnight supper was served al
tipper Okanagan liy men who under- t.ho Boundary Creek Hotel, nnd alto-
ptood the business nnd had Hie energy getber Midway's littlecdijliration went
In push For trade, wouli] ije, sure t" ;„n.'very well,
jii'ovcii good paying industry, especi-
$111.
I; Judges, Conklt
COLDSTREAM
HOTEL VRN0N,B.e.
qPPOSITE TO RAILWAT DKPOT,
XX.   O.   BI XT X, X. 30 Jt,   Pruprietoi-.
BEST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
GOOD STABLING.
'ERMS - FRpM    $i.oo - PER - DAY
UPWARDS.
 >-4j	
Okanagan Saw Mill
Kelowna, B. C.
liiy'as lliere is nn Import duty of three
cents tier pound in favor uf Hie Cun-
iitllan product
We have frequently been informed ' ilium as much nsnny other. Any class
by residents of tlie lower Oknn- of people who will help in any way to
iignii und Kettle river Hint at develop the natural resources of the
Hie lust Dominion ejection Mr. country and try to grow up with it are
Mara wits nominated and elected uy desirable, whatuvor lltijr ordinary
acclauiation witlioul voters in ibis sec- occupation in life nud no matter where
lion having tbe remolest idea when Ibey come From. There is, however,
jiooiinnlinii winilii Ink,' placu, ur oven one type of immigrant which we do
not want and is only it detriment
any country. We refer to tlie v
runt class, with which the community
ol' Ihis locality have lately lieen afflicted. Such people nre more parasites on
the public and n conliminl l,ill ot ex-
iiipne- pense. They serve nn other purpose
than to give the districl nn unenviable
repiitiintioii For "toughness," und nre
calculated lo keep respectable people
from settling among us. They ure not
wanted in Kettle river.
CORRESPONDENCE.
Starter, (.. Car
nnd Must.
On Wednesday evening a dance look A Large Stock of All Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber,
pi„e i„ Paimcrsinn's iinii which was] ()|- Superior Quality, Thoroughly Seasoned, Con
stancy on Hand,
ISii*   **tioL*fe' tj  Specialty.
Orders  Promptly  Filled.
Lath, Shingles, Sash and Doors.
Goods  Delivered at Okanagan {'"alls tlt Reasonable   Rates.
LEON LEQUIME, Proprietor. ly
CAMPBELL BROS.
[jlPOETEiis am Manukact'UHEHS in., Ai.i. Kinds ot;
Not Wanted.
British Columbia needs Bottlers and
Ibis section of the Province requires
i hut un election was pending,   In those
ilnys Keith' river Iind, together with
the rest of tbe lower Okanagnn ly n
iuoiildly mail, and a very Irregular
iiiic'ni that, At Hie nexl election, unless we iii'e greatly niisliiken, lliere
will be "another kick rbiuiu
ly. tlml !i"i "in' dull' tlio residents of
|i,'o lower country who are entitled In
voto will find their names mi lbe list,
I'd" mere fact of a county courl having ti^p I'.pvei'tised lobe held til Mid-
way on lbe 20th of litis month, dues
not scent in nny way lo have affected
ihe old system of drugging Keltic
river people over the Rock creek inouii.
tain tu Osoyoos in order in attend to
county court business. Recently n
casein which every single litigant and
every witness is a resident of Kettle
elver wns entered, for hearing at
Osovoos.  This naturally nieiins nihil-
.; FURNITURE
l-'tilr an tho o'U'llost boiunof Enntorn light
Wlie'.l lil'st hy the boivillloi'etl Pilgrim Hplcil,
It lights up the nioiuitain pass
.lm! sllvor'so'oi' tlie toi'i'tnit'n fottmlng li'le;
J''ltil' ns llnil eill'lieal lieiiiu, yen, filil'el' fill', ete,
Cnnillhell,
Ti, 'he Editor of Till! Advascu :
Sik—The quotation above I leave for
.'ilninlunder to finish.   I do not purpose
tionnl and unnecessary expense, loss ol
, ,      i,   , i    i     ■  i "  ire viiur renders Willi unv more dis
tune, nml irouble to evervhoily inter-        .   '        „ . ,    ,        ,',,,,
, ,       .    ; mission   on   Muinland VS.   Island,  but
listed.   \ sepnrale county court regis-   ...      ,,    ,    ,      ., "■{
,     ,,     , ,,,    .       ,. , . |siiiii.lv, since Ma n a iter a owed such
rar for Ilie Kettle river district is re-    ,-..,.     ,   ., ,  .     , ,
,,   ,n apse ol lime lo inlci'vene before I,akin stale Hint   ,,,„,.       .    , „ ,
legal business can  I one will, the »* t,,c MA "« tom\A '""' W,'"'(,S
ui Osovoos from Keltic river liy '" >'"" i"'""" ""',",' ''" sn| "l",ul,
iniiilnslbe n   service is - i-  Hainlander s last nrlIcle,   Why should
Upholstered Goods, Carpets, Lipojeuais,
Oil Cloths, Table Covers, Curtains,
Down Quilts, Window Shades,
Baby Carriages, to,, to,
PICTURE FRAMING AND REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
AMPBELL BIOS.
6ino
VERNON, B. C.
JigjMIMIIMHft
If "l'!a,M|i.'iF|?,-,
I 5 I,
tpiireil,   ll is ridiciilm
nice a
would de-  ^a'"'::."'-,'.1' Iinvo troubled himself to
write such a long article after coining
lo the conclusion tlml it wns "nothing
I'i.mi no une?"   Certainly the two
negatives seem  to have doubled on
. 1  him,   When I pn! 111 v Frenzv on paper  I
i'|iiirei'":iils'iiii,l.r.i|e   „l,e,l a!    ia.l im tl
In •' ,.i, ol on the par
|ies,'
K	
become producers nud  thai  thai dls- tiieqitcHtloii iilalnlandoi'does 11 v-n
fHcUs nod todly going ahead, the mftk(],,,..,     ,      ,„„ si|11|llv ,,,;,,,,„
I'"'   fi"''"l>','o    ', m""llv   "I1   ,l,lHl1   take Ihcl'i'lll"' lly   (.nriis nud  Hikiw
should agiiln ngltnte the cia.siriiclioo |dlnov'fr tile d!|nip by main force, One
of a through road to Fire valley. The { A^ , W;,M||(| m.,. ,„ ilsk „.,;,,.
only portion lefl now to bo competed la]i(li,|.   ((| ,„ ,„_ [m ,h(J av
lies between (■Ii,'rry,'r,.ek,i.ii'i;1el„.„dl(,|i|i;ii|.||||is||mc,h     ,.(,(l h) |,,lli(ils ,,s
rotten that unsensible 111,111 wooiouc-j
1',1'tul 011 il in nnylbiug of Ihe iinport-
ftncii ,1111 Inw suit, Tins nect'ssllates 11
trip to Osoyoos even lo file iiocossni'y
pnpel'S,    Kellh' river dues lint  only I'C-
ic'ami'inri- (,,H Mnl"'f('»luV. '"'"V.  H,W  UHlylu  '  3
I wroli'l I llllll im idea llllll   llle -Inil WUS
going 10 strike so direct, much lest
'""■'■ '!.'!•  I' "  we (.hat It was hot.   If I kriuwnly begged
UK
H
I
I
■■
of li,,v i.iiilV.y,' mid ho nppriipiiiiliun
[or ilseoiist.riictioti slinllld be 1 le by
the government next session. The
benefit of n through I'oml connecting
kontetiuy with the upper Okanogan
H.P,
a Nova Seotlun?  As to Mninlundcr's
coinpiti'isoii of ores on Mnuilttnd nnd
Islnnil, llnil,eiinipiu'i'ion is niitdii on un-
leiinbliiirt'i'i'i'il. n.i l^itle or iii'lbing is
knownill'lne ciipi'icity'of tlio island in
,„,, S1,,r,.,.|y  bo over estimated.  At ^ ^ „ hr gwiW nirttaB (if
||,e presenl, time Ibeonlywa:; in winch :|h(, |s|.m|1 ]js ,(m,|,],,(,,i l(1 itfe Mnlll-
,|IP „,„,„,„„ ,-y rnnehers cuu renel, lbe |,     , ^     ^ y,, UU(,x|1,„|.,,a.    , «
Slocan nnijtet is by the thfwwlded I ,jllAl„ j ,;m8t 8ay thai I am sarl'-y t"  .
iiuil.fi pi ilu S -V <>•-'- I- I'- im ' |,|lvu ,,mse,i ,\,,|„„ to launch forlli In ||
U'WVnlilnriver steaihers.   Un, nnliir- .l,Mmii(,l.,.„m„,( ,,f s.ircnsiii unit ri'lsfi- JtuteifeMli
al|y means a high frolghl rate, which ,.,,, ^^ iM , hm,  n„ ,,,„, f   ■   ;   '
Would be insl ly lowered wore Ihe [lm( ||risM,,|, ,,;,,„,„ is ln.„li|';.,l
tbrongli  read ill V'^'"", '.'omplolud.   ,„        |mv,      ,;,,„,,,,,,,,,  ,,,,„ „,-,  ,, .,„,   | ^
W:SI(icnnd.i.wsiil. lbe faest'lll   Ii>»- ■ ,.,,„,,;. ,;j,„,„.u, "„„„ ;,,.  ,i||,.,l hli&H ll       'l>       If
its meat supply   from   AlberPi   and U| lv[Mmi    si„,,;v,   hy   ,|„. ;;„„, ||
almost the whole of thefnnu produce Mai)1,ftn(ki|. (ntys thiil I shall find 'my-  ■
it  ,.,„,siimi.s  Fruin  ncriisj   the  line     s(,|r ,,,,„„, mv |,nt,|,v ,vi|| |H, ,.;,'(,;;,„ ,„
('liien'yifi'(\tl\ theColville valley.   If the (] ,,,,,„, ir,','u |y |mVe the pleas-
miner country 1 uiunlty areallvc^o ,,,.,.,,i'M.eiog Malnlnndei'at llle bend
their own interests thiy, will see thai  oi'tlieopposlns'leglon and of'bowing | Armstroni?, n. C
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MIDWAY
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1 Railway, Mining and Agricultural IE
' Centre of ftg Kettle River      |
Country.
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual   ||
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FOR PARTICULARS A.PPLY TO
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W. J, ARMSTRONG
HAPWABE, TIN Al STOVEIAN,
Stoves, Ranges and Heaters of all Kinds
Agricultural Macbjnery.
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Rifles and Shot (inns.
porce and Lift Pumps.    Iron   Piping.
General H'o'kiblxLfg Shop ±j\
W.J.ARMSTRONG,
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R, 0CHSNER, PROPRIETOR.
First Lapp Beep Brewery io B, C,
ffl Keep Money in the Province by Patronizing Home Industry, m\
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The GARDEN TOWN oF II. 0.. and the natural
.Shipping und Distributing point for the famous
tj*     Olszaixi.a.g'a.xi. Valley,,
This new town affords the best and safest investments to be found In British Columbia.
The smallest size being 50x120 feet,
with 100 feet avenues and 20 feet
lanes, Acre blocks, frppi ft Ai'fes up.
wards.
Town ^ots
FOB  I'llll'l.H  Al'l'l.V  TO
DONALD & SUTHERLAND,
ly AGENTS, KELOWNA.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY. KETTLE I(IVl':i(.
First Class Accommodation,   Good Stabljng,  Terminus of Singe Lino
from Marcus, Washington.
T. McAULEY   :  :   :   :    Proprietor,
Golden Gate Hotel.
FAIRVIEW, B. P.
F. R. KLINE, Proprietor,
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STMIUNCj
Stopping1 Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
Umax's  HOKN  HOTBL,
LUMBY, ii. 0,
Plrsl-Clnss Aecouunodalion for Quests, Good Hunting ami FishhiR.
Stages, to Vernon and Blue Springs,
XjotlIs B£ox*o.|n-d, Prop.
Midway Livery, Feed and Sale Stables,
GOOD DQUBLE AND SINGLE DRIVING HORSES.
Rigs to Rock Creek, Pmiticton, Grand Prairie, Marcus and all other point; in,
the Country.   Parlies desirous ot seeing the mines should
Give us a ^11.
Heavy Teaming Prorijptly Attended To.
RILEY & DONALD'S
Agricultural  Machinery  Kept in Stipck,
CONKLE & DONALD,
 MIDWAY, B. O.
xi. a cij».b»ix.:[, dc co.
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" M   '.,,    1       ..... ,.■     ;.: ,   tbes ■ man, iron wot'tli ,1
gl'i'litl..' .Mill '!:'■''" .;        , runty pliant tlliijii
net ...  Ibis, Ihe loos,, den
to bis supeiw Foresight, I will I ben
ilny
nemo,        i\ large list of farms for sub
Dv;y; (ioorts, Groceries,
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
FOR SALE
T i 1'II.K BEST MKIAUTV OS, THE VER
i 'NON Tulvnnite. n few a,erp nnd liulf-aefc
$1.,, cit nor'for bunding Qpgtmii iiiui;.
1 '\niilj'llllliinulll(!C(iclu   ''"'
KaVIUIIAN. M1CVKH,
'   '" "Ykunon'. II.C,
QgfJOWAYS & McAVINEy~ "
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers o^
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK,
All Stock Grown, WUhwut Irriijatip,.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving t^e Nursery,
gt^QIJA^l^   ('ALLS,
V. O. llox 5HQ. \Vashi11gtor1.,

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