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THE ADVANCE.
/r^cCi 7 ^yTr-c^y
Vol. V, No. 22.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1898.
$2,00 per Year.
D \V. JAKES, M. Il„ (!. M.
HY AITOINTMIiNT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE  :  :  :  BOUNDARY FALLS.
QERALD WILLIAMS, M. D-, C M.
VKHNON, 11. 0.
Late ok
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, Rno,
r\R.  OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, B. C.
Graduate of McGill University.
Late Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacific Ry. Coroner
for East Yale.
I T. MoLAREN, M. D., C. M.
Graduate of MoGill Uwversity.
Office: Aiimsthonm, B. 0.
DF
)R. CORRIGAN,
DENTAL SURGEON,
Graduate of tho Hoyal College of Dental
Surgeoim of Ontario.
Honor Graduate of Toronto University,
-ok kick-
Pound Block, Barnard Avenue, Vorn o 1,1 ,C.
w.
M. COCHRANK,
Solicitor SurnEME Court,
Notary Public, CONVEVANOER, Eto.
Olllco:Gilniorc'i. Block, 1'iirniird Avcnuo,
VKItNON. - 11. 0.
pitED. BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc
Office : Martin's Block.
Vernon, B.C.
ALLAN MACDONALD,
BARRI8TER AND SOLICITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B. C.
NOTARY  PUBLIC, ETO,
Vernon, 11. 0.
I   K.JOHNSON,
Law and Collecting Aqenoy.
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Bought
and Sold.   NotiryPublic.
GRAND   PORKS  ... -   It.  O.
pOBBES M. KE11BY, P.L.8.,
A. M.as.CIS.,
ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
MIDWAY, 11. (I.
-T  E. CROWELl,,
TRONSON ST., VrfllNIIN,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Olllco and Store Fittings a Specialty.
pHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VKItNON, B. C
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C.A.
Civil Eneineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates in any
Portion of tho Province Immediately Attended to.
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettle River
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
J. C. XLA.A.S,
MINING ENGINEER,
GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.   C.
Guess    Bros.
ASSAYERS AND CHEMIST^
PROPERTIES EXAMINED
Assays and Analyses of Ores,
Fuels, Etc.
MIDWAY, H. C. OHEENWIl.in, 11. 0.
M. I1ARRF.TT. 0. T. R0D0B0N
BOUNDARY GREEK
Engineering and Assaying Go.
G-i-eenwonil City, B. O.I
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
Thoroup-li Arqiinlntaiiee witli Hie Keltle
Illver nml llouiiilnrv Creel. Mining
Districts,
PENTICTON HOTEL
J. TllUltHKR, PlMll-ItlETOR,
Pleasantly Situated at Foot of Okanagan Lake
Sta.sk Connection with S. S. Aberdeen to
Fairview, Osimms, Boundary Cheek,
Kettle River and Points in Washington
All AniiANiiEMENTs Made 'van Providing
Guides and Outfits tor Hunting Parties.
Good Bout ing and Fishing.  How anil Sail Boats for Hire
ESTABLISHED  1H83.
MAINLAND  NURSERY COMPANY
""TUBIIiEE FARM,"
-   LADNERS,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
Our Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia;
'Irees Free from Pests.
FRUIT  AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,  PLANTS AND VINES.
Send for Free Catalogue.   !   E. Hutciiekson, Manager.
HUDSON'S BAY
ESTABLISHED
1670.
WHOLESALE AND
Retail Dealers in dry
goods, boots and shoes,
groceries and provisions,
wines, liquors and cigars.
Special Attention
Paid to Mail Orders.
Nothing but reliable goods
kept on hand..
A  REGISTRAR  AT NEuSON.
Writs   May   Issue   There   Instead   of at
Victoria.
j T. II. (iiilln, ilislriet regislrur uniler
iin- supreme eoutt nt. Neln.ni,   will
\ lii'iii'i'fi.rlli rnnk us ii ili'liulynf III.' ilis-
Iriei registrar ..f llie supreme court [or
llie Victoria, judicial llislricl. He will
l.e furnished with seals nf the supreme
court, which he shall ilMx In writs or
other processes to lie Issued ...it of the
en.irl, .mil nny wiil, nnler, decree or
other process hearing Bllch seal shall
Iiuv,. the suine force uml elfecl us il
waled liy fhedislricl regislmrut Victoria, Appearances mny lie made returnable ni Nelsun instead o( Victoria.
This will fneililule llie transaction
nf legal Inisiuess in Kootenay, ami
with iin- occasional siliings i.f lhe
supreme court In Nelson and Rosslaud,
lhe freipienl anil expensive journey-
ings of litigauls ami witnesses to Victoria will Le obviated, Kootenay will
mil, however, lie suiislled lllllll it is
miule a supreme court district.—Ross-
lander.
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GROUND SLUICING ON BOUNDARY  CREEK.
A.   TKIJU.   SOLIOrPKD.
Hudson's Bay Co., Vernon, B. (J.
*E>,  O.  Box.  64.
FANCY GOODS..
Glassware and Crockery,
School Supplies and Toys,
Stationery, Playing Cards
and Games, Dressing Cases
Wall Paper, Violin Strings
and Proprietary Medicines.
Agent for the
Pknix Fire Insurance.
ED. A. HAIN  ■  MIDWAY, D. C.
The Okanagan and
Spallumcheen . . .
Agrl. Society's. . .
V*
FALL
-fijETTS
VERNON ■ SAWMILL
SMITH k MoIiEOD, PROPRIETORS.
Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings Etc.
All Kinds of, Factory Wnrk Kept in Slock anil Made to [Order
Coast Cedar Worked into Furnishings a Specialty
All Kinds of Lumber, l.ntlis nnd Shingles Kept iu Stoek
Best Material Always Used. Write for Prices and Discounts
Sawmill on Okanagan Lake, handy In shipment, .Sash and Door
Factory on V. P. R„ Vernon.
J_____i
Will be Held in the
CITY OP VERNON. B. C.
Whilsl the multitude are engaged in
quai'lz mining, here und there will occasionally In* found un Individual who
plus Ilis faith in placer ground, und is
willing In risk his fortune delving In
bed-rock,  searching fur   the   yellow
melal.   Mr.  S. Strong, nn old  time
Caribou and Hock ereek miner, is one
of the Indivldualsdescrllied above, who,
to show llial lie dues lint miud backing
uph'.s judgment wilh plenty of hard
! wink, lias set himself (lie tusk i.f lllld-
I ing an old channel on Boundary ereek,
j By building a ditch und limning he
bus been able lu convey wnter inlo his
claim a mile distanl from ihe point i.f
divergence, and he is now busily en
gaged ground sluicing at a point jusl
i behind Messrs. Kerr Bans, ranch,
A large aim.mil uf surface dill bus
already been moved, and enough o
lbe boll.nu strata lias also been shifted
lo show lhat Mr. Strung bus good
grounds for bis couleiitlou lhat au old
channel dues exist, as already rim rock
protrudes on each side of lhe ground
sluice, and bed link bus already been
proven lo In. si . mI feel below, lhe
distance between rim rock and rim
rock is aboul (H) feet, wliieli shows a
very narrow channel has lo la. ileall
with. About llfleen yards of llle bottom dirt lias put through Ihc sluice a
few days ago and lbe resull wus n
very nice product of gold, which gives
un inilieiitii.il Ihal when bed-rock is
sluiced olf good returns may be obtained.
Just where lhe gold came from
that Is found on Boundary creek, is a
mailer nf grave speculation, as mining
bus heen carried on for years, and has
always been confined lo an area within
a comparatively short distance uf ils
confluence wil li llie Keltic liver, as It
bus always lieen found llial the run of
gold reuses al a point lielow llu* falls,
aud very nearly in lbe neighborhood
of lhe present winking. The fuel that
the present ground sluice is near the
bead of lhe run of gold, may lend to
show from what source (he gold is derived, and whellicr it came inlo lbe
creek from lhe inuiinlnius bounding
the creek on ils easl or west side.
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THE GOLD DROP ALL RIGHT.
Wednesday and Thursday,
Oct, 14 and 15
1896.
I to Lardeau on Arrow lake, wiih power
I it. operate BteaulboiiU, wharves, docks,
telegraph and telephone lines. As J,
,1. Hill of lbe Oreat Northern is behind
the Kaslo and .Slo.au railway, he is
generally supposed lo lu* ibe moving
spbii Iii the proposed company. Revel-
sloke people think lhat Ihere is u
chance of bis steamer running up ne
fur us Big Bend.
HERE   AND  THERE.
Aii appropriation ..f $12,000 hns been
placed upon ibe Dominion supplementary estimates,(or il.e purpose.of opening up tiie I'oliinil'iii riverain.ve Revel-
stoke, and for the protection of tin1
river bank al thai place. This granl
hns heen obtained lhrough Mr, B,.s-
Im-k's agency, whieh shows lu- is alive
lo the necessities of some portions of
bis constituency ai any rale.
The Inland Sentinel calls ibe alien-
lion of llie husiness men of Kuinluops
to lhe necessity of milking a mo.ein
uu endeavor to secure railwny construction not only to lhe norlh, lull us
well to lbe south of ili.it place, A railway running to the norlh would tap
Ihe coal hells on the North Thompson
river, and one lo file so.lib would have
fur ils objective point Pellllcton, ul lhe
foot of Okanagan lnke„S which Jwouhl
bring tiie people of Kamloops iu touch
with lbe Boundary creek and Kootenay mining camps, and would also
furnish lhe Inland capital nn allernale
route from the const, should the Vancouver and Prase!' River road be built.
The Tribune, referring lo lbe appointment of a supreme court judge,
says: " The action of the eousl lawyers
In protesting against Hie appointment
nf an eastern mini to Ihe vacancy un
the supreme court bench .should have
no weight what ever wilh Hit. L.iurier
government. The lawyers in Ibis case,
as in everything else, are looking out
for themselves and nobody else. It
would he in their inleresls thai Ihe appoint inenl slioulil be tiiail.- frum
among Iheir own set, but lhe inleresls
of tiie people of Kootenny demand ibal
a new man should he appointed, Those
newspnpeis which supported Hewitt
Bosloek iluring lbe recent elections,
should now urge him Io stand out for
ibe appointuictit of a new mail from
lhe easl. There is loo much power ill
lbe hands of one lillle set in lliis
province, and Chief Jusl iee Dane is
nl lbe bead of this set. The minimis-
nation of affairs in Ibis province is
sufficiently aiitoewfic, Last mouth
Chief Justice Davie was practically
the czar of Brillsh Cnhimbia, Menus
administrator of lho province; be was
the adviser and piuclirally lbe maker
nf Ibe laws, and be WHS chief justice as
well, lie bus sufficient power abend}'.
The province ri'ipiiri'snuew judge,who
is a stranger to lliis Victoria ring, whn
will reside iu Koolenay, and whose
conception of the province does nol
begin and end wilh Vancouver Island.
 »■#-.	
WHAT  ROESLAND  NEEDS.
I'l'lzn Lists, Entry Forms, olo,, nro
now reaily, nml togolhor ..ill. nil
othor Information, uiny lie luui by
addressing tlie Boorotary nt <>kn-
nagan Mission, Roil uood faros liy
the C. P. II. nml OkioiiiKiin Lako
steamers.
MARCUSandMIDWAY
stage Liism
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at i p. M
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 p. M
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a, m
Price Ellison,
President,
Vornon, H. C.
A. Postill,
Snin-i'tiir-a
Okanagan Mis-inn.
From some comments in lhe Rossland Miner it would seem thut Mr.
George Turner really duespive ven! lo
bis views occasionally, as the following will show 1
"The diamond drill," snid Mr. Turner, " is u gnuul I lung for these wide
ledges such ns we huve in Boundary,
(ll f lhe ledges imining lhrough our
property is IIII feel   wide.   My plan of
i operiitiini is this: I put a drill iu the
I middle nt lliu ledge und make a series
of borings i-neli uuy tow-aids both the
I fool uud bunging nulls.   I make lhe
pilch al 15,25 and I", degrees—just as
j I Drink will he the si effective. The
resull is Ihul 11 hen I get lhe borings ill Rat Porlnge, (l.iliuio, recenlly,
completed clear across, lhe ledge ispvor llie ii-snllsof a milling lest of Il.e
thoroughly pi impeded nnd I know Hint 100 tuns of oro taken froui ihe
pretty well what 1 have, I hnvo made j Mikado inine. Manager Aim, ofllie
thesu biniiigs In 11 depth of ISU feel, local reduction works, deposited hi the
and 1 .nu suy lo you I mn well pleased, j Impel iul hank lhhly*one and oiie-hulf
I have discovered a number uf flue j pounds of gold, valued ut .sv.ii-a. sir
bodies of ore. The ore is lunch tike I Roderick Ciiuier.ui, of New York, one
wIinl you have here iu Rosslnnd. I of lbe owners, wus presenl III lhe
Iiiul il grows luoie silicious with depth clean-up ill lhe mill, nnd he expressed
Tiie Rossliiiid Minersnys: "Rosslaud
needs a resiilenl Bllpcndlary magistrate
and a gold commissioner and govern*
inenl agent, The government al Victoria will never get into touch will)
lhe taxpayers of the Trail creek mining division until il bus eiiiiipeieiii representatives here."
The goveriimenl need give very lillle
consideration to lhe iippoliilmenl, for
surely if Ihere is one man more than
another deserving proinolion, il is he
who has helped su much t.i make Kn-s-
litiul whal ii is today,and whose name
has become known over nni- hulj of
I he American comment. We refer lo
Mr. Kirkup, and in lining so feel ier
tain that his appoint inenl would he
hailed with delight l.y a large majority of the residents nol only of
Rossland, bul the Trull Creek dlslrlel,
 ., 4	
C00D   ROCK.
There wns u greal deal of excitement
Thoroughbred——
Minorca and Leghorn
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL, FREIGHT AND EXPRESS
XX.   XI.   BlOBItlSOST,   PBOPEIETOB.
F
OR SALE,
greul surprise when he suw $711 pi'f
ton in free gold taken fnnn lbe plules.
The free gold, il is claimed, is only
aboul iv. percent, nf ihe total value of
lhe ore. The other 85 per eenl. Is coll'
tuiiie.l iu ibe concentrates, which,
when Healed, will prove lbe nre worth
over $100, The Mikado proposition
was bought nlioul six weeks ngo for
the British Columbia Gazolte thnt ap-1 $26,000 hy a Transvaal mining complication will he iiiaile lo incorporate I puny ,,f English capitalists, Afler
a company In build a railway from stripping along the surface of the leud
Kaslo l.y Kootenay hike to Lard.., for aboul Ull) feel nml sinking a lest
I lieiiee lo Upper Koolenny hike, Ilienee ' pit about twenty feet deep, aboul
by lbe Duncan river to ils headwaters, I $5,000 worth of ore lias been blasted
wiih a branch beginning near Lard., out.  The company will hn capitalized
l.ul also richer. As soon us I get whut
machinery I wunl here I sbull return
and continue my prospeel big work
until I have thoroughly explored all
uur properties,"
 4 9 4 .
AFTER B. C.  BUSINESS.
Nol iee is given  ill   llle  last  issue of
c. K, l'lTTKNiuiicil, Rock Cbrbk.    river to and hy Troul lake and lbei.ee al 81,000,000 In Isiiidon. England. THE ADVANCE.
W, II. NORMS I'llOI'IIIETOII
Pulillsliod   ncokly  nl   Midway,  11. ('.
tjubsu-'iplloii Pries, s*.u.i por milium, paynblo
In nli'auco,either yearly or iiaif-yoarly ul llie
oi.ii.iii nf tho snin-cribor.
AilvortlsiDg Itutcsscnl on application.
Th.iiiiii lie- oojaiiiiis uf Tm: Advance ure
nlwit.is opon for lin- discussion uf mutters of
pnblio intorosl nml ImporUinco, we ilu nol hoc*
cessurily ondorso uuy nf the opinions expressed.
Oorrcsnoiuloiioe .,f u porsonnl nni ure ivill not lie
published.
A erii-sin tlilsspaoo iiuli-
a-iiins llml your subscription
:ii. lliis paper has expired.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2S, 1890,
Wu will in ikes few plain statements
and perhaps ask n fow questions, and
I hen allow ... hers to draw Iheir own
ileilurlu.iis and answer the ijuestiuus
if they will. Fuur horse leauis are
consl..uily in living in Ihis district
from the Loner Okilllllgnil, lllden uiili
fl'llll, sueh us peuehes, penes, apples,
plums, grapes, toiiinlotis, elc, logelhcr
ii illl rlli.il.' ligelnlli-. Iilll I il*. eggs
and other fiiim pn.duie, nil iiiisidou
Alnerieiiii soil,
In many liistaiiees lhe produce is
buuleil on It-inns il dlslaiice of one
hundred and llfty mil. -.
The   pli.lllue   is su! jail   to CUsllllllS
dues, uml i- nol grown by lhe parlies
bringing lhe same iulu lia1 riituilry,
It hasa ready sale fur ens!., uud lhe
liusiness nill-l  he u  |-l'llit!Ul'l!tl[vc UIIC
or ihe freighters niinld m.l ...mimic
in lhe oeeup.-ition. The lelnll price of
lhe produce Is mil low, us apples felch
8 cents per pound, and u proportionate
price is i-liargeil"foi* all littler kinds of
fruit, etc, The s..il of ihe Lower
Okanagan is nni superior to llnil of
lbe Upper Oknnilg'in, and the country
ccrlninly has very llllleiidvaulagi.il]
climate,
Produce could he shipped from points
north by sli-anier to Pentictou, nud
I lien ii haulage of 76 miles wuuld bring
ii in market,
Under Ihese circmnsliiiices why i.s il
linn ilu- Upper Okiiliiigan farmer al-
lulls his Ameiiiaii eoii.-iu In monop .-
Smith's Camp.  Boundary Falls.Noii
Such, Lust Cli.iiue,(lule la,Republic
llllll Greal Hesper,
Summit Camp.—Enima and 11. Hell.
Long Lake Camp.-Jcwi-I, Denaro
Grande nud North Slur.
Pu ividbnob Camp.—D, A. nndOoiii-
hianlioii.
[nobam Moontain.—Texas, Bruce.
James Ubbbk,-Crown Poiul.
West Fork—Head Light,
Rock Cbbbk.—Sample of coal,
Camp McKinn t -Carihno,
Frum 211 lo 11*1 pounds uf ore have
heen lukenj'riun each eluiin, and the
collective weight of the samples must
he aboul 8,1X10 pounds,
 ►•<	
VERNON NOTES.
c R C£SRT0N GREENWOOD  CAMP
General Real Estate & Financial Asl
('rum Our Own Correspondent,
Mr. Muir, our iily druggist has
leased Mr. Mellvnnie's new house,
I um glml lu say Ml*. Price Ellison,
whii has been laid up fur l lie past twi.
weeks wilh lhe milder Iinui of fever
is slowly recovering,
Mr. Roi eii Liiuihly arrived on Sal ui-
ilny Insl wilh his speedy lillle Inure,
Evergreen. Il.li expects she will give
a guod account of herself nf the coining races,
An liuportanl slrlko uf galena was
luiilil- lusi week uhoill I.', miles north-
i-uBl of Vernon, The ledge is 10 feel
ii Ide and should prove ii liuiiuiizu. The
t'- til iinui <- hieulorsiire Messrs. O'Keefe,
Fuller, MeMullen nud llallniway,
Alilt'iiiiiiii Pound, cluiliTiiiiii uf lhe
liunl-d of works, like lhe sons nf Aaron,
hns heen Inking "too much unln himself," bringing upun his uver-zt-alous
hend Ihe censure of Ihe council, and
lhe innjurily of Ihe cilinens. Thenfore-
said nlderntnn hud received Instructions from the council lo lake advantage of live giiveriinient road scraper
nud grade Mara Avenue, hut Mr,
Pi.unil exceeded his Instructions by
grading Schubert und Tronson streets,
nud would prohiihly have graded lhe
loiin if he had nut heen slopped. Like
Ihe celebrated Budge nnd Toddy, he
lii.es lu see ihe wheels gn round, I
ipiltu agree wiih Alderman Uniikey,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
A-ttf4t3±,.tt  X?oxr—^~
Thk Royal Insubance Coy.
Tun London ami Lancashire Fibb
Insurance Coy,
The Insubance 'Coy, .if Nobth
Ambbica.
The London and Canadian Fire
Insurance Coy,
The Sun Life Assurance Coy he
Canada,
The Dominiop Buildinq and Loan
Association,
Appraiser fob the Canada Permanent Loan ANI. SAVINOBCoY.
BOUNDARY CREEK, B. V.
.. Tie Mi Drop Boarding House..
(iood Accommodation for Travelers.   First-oluss Meals Served
flood Livery Stable in Connection.
FRED GRAF. PROP.
MIDWAY
•SAWMILL
Lath and Shingles.
SASH - DOORS.
^LUMBER-,
lizen innrkel which peculiarly belongs who affirms llml  not  only  was ihe
to himself ?   Is ii for nniii. ul energy, | work unnecessary, Inil. positively bl
ur business push nml ability, or has Ibe
Upper Okiuingiiii fai'iner siub nguod
market al home, be can afford lo treat
with indifference Ihe nuirkel iu the
u.llilng camps i.f Ibis sec iiu;. ?
Surely there must he a soluliin of
lhe problem, mui if so, who will disclose it ?
 4 , 4	
NEW  TELE.MOl: COMPANY.
Our renders will remember lhat lasl
fall we.pulilished lhe fuel llml ileum-
puny hud heen furmrtl in Spukane,
bearing lbe llllu uf lhe Spukane and
Columbia Tclepboiic eon.puny, The
ohjecl of the ci.uipiiny as sel furl ll was
the rniisfriiclinn of a lelcpboiie line
between Spokane and Rosslaud,whieh
.should also have a branch tunning
frum Marcus il
creek. We also staled Ihnt a company ivi.ulil he formed ou lliis aide uf
lhe line lo  work   lhe Canadian end,
jurlousto ihe sl reels, wltlinnl going
un wilh lhe expensive ulher work uf
gravelling Ihem. II. sit-ins an almost
criminal net In wnsle llle city funds,
wilh such n leriihlc ill ml of sickness iiround, as every eenl should he
expended on oblalning heller wnter
nud drainage, Tlieru is snuie lalk
annual inwii Hint Alderman Pound
will he millet personally fur this nil-
dilionnl outlay, and stiii-ly if he will
dance hu ought lu pay ihe piper,
ll. is wilh deep ri-grel Ihul I hue
lllis week lu chronicle Ihe death of
Mr. Thomas Godwin, In my lasl
week's notes I mentioned llml he was
gelling heller, us indeed nil his friends
believed, hut un Wednesday Insl he
hnd u relapse, und gradually sunk
ugh in Bouudiiry | uiilll Tlinrsday uiglil, shortly afler 10
o'clock, he peacefully passed away, A
genuine sorrow perviuhs the lowu
lhrough ibis sail evenl, as Tom wits an
All hough liltle has l.ieu heard uf ibe | universal favorite, his genial, obliging,
in.liter recently, yet have the pro* uuuhlriisive manners milking him
millers been quietly working since popular mining all classes, The funeral
February Insl, nnd now we me in- look place nn .Saturday Insl, und every
formed by one of lhe ineinhers of lhe citizen ihul could possibly attend,
company, ibe l-ill granting powers of showed Iheir regard by accompanying
incorpiiralion to llie Columbia Tele- him in his lasl resting place, Thesadj
pin.ne company has passed ilssecoud college funned lulu prneesslnn nl 2
reading at Ottawa, and will no doubt o'clock, bended by the Cily hand, fol-
hecnine luw within u very few days. luivwl by fhe Knights nf Pylhins, of
The ohjecl of IlieOoluiiibiiiTcIepliune i whieh ui der ilie deceased was a mem-
eniupuny is lhe cunslructioii uml her, afler ivblcb alongllnenf carriages
uperalloil  uf  lines helnieii Trail  nil and pedesll'iiins   lean leal   wilh   .low
lhe (Juliiinlilil uml  Pelilicl ill Oka-  mul sol i slep lo lhe ei -lery,   The'
lingan lake, und ilu- puwer is helng Rev, Mr. Oiilerhridge official ed in u
si uglil lo cross the Inlcriialional sliiirt service, afler which lhe bcuiili-
huunilury line between Trail and fui burial service nf ihe Ktiighls of
Niirlhpo.l or Russland mill Niiillipiil'l) Pylhias was iinpresslvely rend hy Mi.
uiso ui Grnuil Furks, Carson, Midway  \V. T, Shalfurd, concluding veil lieucli
ami Osoyoos.   In dialely upon re   knight casling In lhe grave a sprig uf
ceiling lhe charier llu- company will evergreen, emblematic of lusting
cuuiuiciiee eonsliueliiiii, so ilinl the iiiiuuii ies, no meie einply furiii ill this
line will be eiunplele mul in working ease. The pull hearers Here Messrs.
order ns soon at pusslhle. Sundy McCauley Teddy Mortimer, Al.
The liuililing of the line will prove a O'Brien,   Dan McDonald,   Win. Neil
gi eat fuel in in the devclupmeiil ofihe ami Waller Cochrane.
Buundary creek and ulher Hecliuus of —
i mini ry,  as   il   uill  In ill
milling ramps urnl cenlers ul pu|
lion iiioie iu touch one wilh lhe oth.a-,
lo lhe iiiiiiii.il heiielb  ..I nil.   'I'u.. undertaking should he a prolltilhi'c une lo
VEENON HOTEL,
Hamilton & MeSillvray,
Proprietors	
Wont Etui ol \/
iiciiuril Avon...',   VERNON,B.C.
While. : Help ; Oi*)ly,
Flrst-Cliiss lu I'lvei-y Rospiiot.
Kvery Co*ltlfort nu'l I'niivi iiituicc.
Free Hus In nml fnnn All Trains.
A Call Sollcltod.
H__it
Stable : ii] : Cor)V|ection
__tXTX.
■isebe&s
The trade centre of the Grand m
,,„-„ Prairie,    Kettle   river    and %m
Pa Boundary creek mining and S
S agricultural country. H
_m          _ ffl®,
m        .—_       jjM
p| Situated at the junction of ml
ip the Boundary creek, Marcus K
ffl and Reservation wagon roads, fe
H| Nearest point to; the Colville S
s$o reservation mines. mj
ffl              mi
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of Iniproveiiients.
WOTICE.
Tun Last Ch.inci: Minlkai. Claim.
Situate la Copper Camp, Boundary Mountain,
Kettle Elver Mining Division of Yale
District.
TAKK NOTICK Hint I. W. Austin, froo
minor' oortiflonte No. 7.i!Jlls,by myngent,
C. II H. llreen. P. L. H.. inlend, sixty ilnys from
Ibo date horoof, to apply to the Mining Heoorder
fur a eei-illlnita ef luiprovcraents, for thopur-
|,iise uf obtnining a Crawl, grant to lhe above
claim.
Ami further lake notice thnt notion, under
seeliun 1(7, nnisi be commence*  befure tbo
issuance of such ccrlillciilcuf ilnpi-uvcnientH.
Dated this Snd day <>f Boptembor, ism.    'il
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Till: LliXIM.TI.N MlNKKAl, CLAIM,
Sltuato In Central Canip. In the Kettle River
Mining Division of Yale District, B. C.
TAKK NOTICK llml ivc.J.M. Taylor, freo
minor's cerlillciile Nu, 11*171; (I. W. Ilium
borgor, free ininer's cortlllciilu Nn. Ml; M.
Opiionholinor, froo mloor'e corlllloato No. ila-22S,
uu.ITIuiiiitis Kirk, free ininer'H imrllllciite No.
HV.'^I. inlenil. sixty (lfl)'B front the date hureuf,
tu imp., tu tin- Mining Itecurilcrfiirnccrlllienio
nf iiupriivi'iiifiilH. lm-lbe purpnso uf ubliilnlng
n i-i-u\t n grunt In llie uliu vn elulm.
Ami furl tier dike nuliee llml nellon, miller
BOClloll Hi. musl be cuuunencilil bofere tbe
Issunnco uf such certificate el llu|ir..v inenl-..
Dated tills Illl day lifHcplemllt'r, 181111        '27
ffl LOTS AS GOOD  AS GOLD ffl
m}      = — m
p»fcpi Fnv prices and all nthuriiifonnatioii apply '■> P?tV)
ffl C. E. STUART - ■ ■ AGENT ffl
S_Wl CARSON, GRAND PRAIRIE, 11. (*. Spji
mi
NINERAL ACT, 1806.
CERTIFICATE   III''   IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTICK.
TllH I'tlTTK.U I'Al.MKlt MlMUIAI, C|,AIM,
Situate In Graham Camp. Boundary Mountain, In the Keltle Biver Mining Division
of Yale District.
TAKK NOTIOE Hun I. K, 8. Graham, froo
minor's certificate No. xtUKO, by my agent,
V. W'olliiston. I'. I,. H„ Intend, slxly days fnnn
llie iluie horoof, to apply lo lbe Mining lie*
coi-itei- for a ecrlillciile uf iiii|ir(»veiucn1n, for
the purposool obtaining u crown grain to ibo
nbovo claim.
Ami farther take notico Hint nol Ion, undor
section 117, must be ciiniiiicnceil before tho
issuance of such cerlillciile of improvements.
l.nleil IbisL'lnl day nf September, ISIItl.     27
Should oaref uliy consider
the cost of material, cst.i
by figuring, find out thai
aSJ ttiii.'s af
Roiij! -:■ .ind !toi!;-: Lumber,
Shines, - UU;?, - Etc.,
can Sjo jiui'chr.sDd at tho
Grand Forks Sawmill,
CHEAPER Wif'.ii
Anvr/HErt:* else.
j $1 FIREWOOD $1 j
l per load. i
l 1 l
1 V.X'A S*«.H-Ji£-MiliES«i(   «1
If you are not troubled with
\CKS OR PRUNES
When you go to Carson call on
D.  DRISCOLL
General Merchant, and buy your
Groceries, Tinware, Saddles and
Harness. The best line0, and lowest
prices.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certifioiito  of   Improvement!!.
NOTICE.
Tin: Tkxas Min-kuai. Claim.
Situate In Grnhnm Camp, Boundary Moun.
tain. In tho Kettle River Mining Division
of Yale District.
TAKK NOTICE Ihul I.E.S. (,'mbnin, freo
miller's rcrlillcute No. KIIISII. liy my agonl,
K. Wolinsiun, 1-. I,. 8., inlcii'l, sixty days from
lbe iiiiiii lioroof, in apply tu lbe Mining Ko-
coriler for n eortlllcato of improvcineiils, for
Hu. ptirposi, of obtaining u frown grunt lo tlio
nbovo olnlm.
Ami furtbci' lako nolieo llml nellon, under
suotlon 37, musl I1ec11111t11cnc1.il licfiii'n thols-
siiiuioo of snob ooi'llllcuto of Iniprovoinoiits.
Datod this '.'nil day of Boptembor, ism.    '.';
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Ceififlelito  of  lniiiioveinentK.
HTOriCE.
Tiik Nun Si-en MixciiAi. Claim.
Situate In Smith's Camp, Kettle River Mining
(vision of Yalo   Istrlct.
TAKK NOTIOE Hint 1, W. T. .Sinilh. freo
uilaor's eerlilleaie No. 702111,ns agont fur
17ERNON QPRING RREWERY4aWfifS«S
V   .*___*____—_,        Vj——————m—.m—,      *-* ■       ...    " ......'.".'-  '.'I.;"l ' Unpii-v „i,Ij f.,r
G. K, Simpson, Prop
"VXUXtiNOX,  33,  o.
JOHN HAVERTY & CO.
I»Jl»OS»X»i©'boM"S,
large and well equipped brewery has been re-opened
under new management and will supply
Beei?, JL-.1& Ea,*Ks.«3. Poa»tea?
_$_i A,
Af >■ (Xl_?\if(i.
i -.a'"--,.; '.'. :'•   . *    '/al
£ft>'*~ftjS
xd
■ Of unsurpassed quality and at  prices which   will  be found
satisfactory to the public.
Special Attention Given to Orders from tlie Boundary Creek Country
lu! purnoua nf obtnii.iiigft Crown rmmiI of iho
nbovo cluim,
Ami furl her tnku notice tliftt tutloti* unilef
Boctlon 'M, must Iw on 11 nuniceil hoEiire llio
issuiiini' nf surli corUHcfltonf iiniirovonieiits,
Datod IIiIh -lllh day nf Mnyr 1SIHJ, :';»
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
ini; tha iiiiiii)' ; I
I'S  ni'  liiinula-   J'
P. .Mrl.Mllll,
Baiiiusteii, Si.ut'iT.iii, Btc,
lhe   |a..iiailana, ns Uiuiiuililcilly  nitli
the il.acl..pin..a;  nf il lining In-
iliistrv  a  large  iiini-lltil   nl  lui-siiicss
will he nssiiri'il.
4.4
HINEilAu  EIUIIBIT.
Ax.leiixPA, It. ('.
SITUATION WANTia
An oxpi rloiicod cook nml lioiiHokco|>crilcstrc
n ,li mil ion.   Cor partioiilau. nml referen
apply iu poison orb. loiter a>
Utas. IV IS, LYONS,
li, Okniiiujiui lulls, ll. i
TA.X3.Xi2_
Sliowii)*- tlle llntes unit Pllioos nt Courts
of AsbIzii,NI«I Pi'lus, Oyoc aiulTeeiuln-
oi- nml Oonornl Onol Oellvery fur the
yenr 1NIIII.
I'.U.l, ASSIZIIS.
; i 'linton Thiiminy -lib Soplotnliei'
j IiIcbtlclil Monday, 281 b Soptombor
Kiuiiloi.ps Monday, -ith Octobor
l.viinn I'rldny, Ulli Oclobor
Ven mn Mondny, UUi Oolobor
New Wesimisier Tuesiliiy, llrd November
Vancouver Monday, Bill November
Victoria Tuesday, lill. Novoinbor
Naaaltuo Tiu-mlay, '.'lib Novombor
A NACONDA HOTEL
♦ * ....,■	
♦****♦♦ ANACONDA,  B, 0.
♦ ♦ ——— ——
Visit..rs t... lhe Boundary Oreek Mining Camps, Stop at llu- Anaconda
Good Table  -  Good Beds  -  Good Liquors  -  Good Stabling
N. Tholl, Proprietor-
Certificate   of  ImprovementH.
WOXICE.
Tun Dundee Mineral claim.
Situate In Providence Camp, Kettle Rlvor
Mining Division of Yale District.
IKK NOTICK Hint 1, .liinuR Sutherland,
free miner's cortiflcato No. 80,111, llllll
Uitherl Wood, free minor's cerlillcate Ne.
Illlin. intend, sixty ilnys li-oin lbe iluie hereof,
io apply tn the Mining BccordorforaoertlflcntQ
ul iliiin-oveuieills. for Hie purpose uf obliiinint'
u drown granl uf the ubove olnlm.
Anil furtber tuke notico tlm! notion, under
section It*, must lie commonood before lho
issiiniice of such eerlilleaie of itnprovOUientS.
limed ibis Ullli ilny of August, (SKI,        15
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
V
The collection nf oic now mi Its nay
in Spokane, may iruly l.e -ni.l tu he
repieselilulile uf t' hill is lu hr fllllllll
ill the elitiius of tlle seieni! II .nml.iry
ereek lllillilia eilll|is, I*.IJ- if llliyllllllg is
worth dnliig il ia ivortli doing ivell.uiul
nml it ivns upnu lllis principle Ma. J.C,
Haas hiiseil his lal.iir iu making the
culleelinii. iu which lhe Following
camps uml claims .-in' represenletl:
(Ihuknivi.iii. Camp,- Sleiiiwlniler,
(Inld Drop, Haivlilde, .Simivslioe, Kiiuli
Hill. Brooklyn, Sliiudaril, I'liojulx.Oldl
ll'iilisliles.
Wellington Camp, flolden Crown,
WIlllllpeK, Uilllllliel uial Bllllei-clip,
SKVL.wtK I'A.ui'.. Huliy, Skylark,
Canadian, Ci'l'Scelil and Tip Top,
Deadwood  Camp. On-ai   Hopes,
Hidden Tiiaisure. (inld Bug, Ira
Lenni.-i, Mori Isoii,
1'iii'i'nii Camp,   Big Copier,
White's Camp   Cily nf I'mis, .link
uf Similes,  l.iieulii,  I, xlnglnn,  Ex-
cclsiiir nud Mahel.
Ssml Your Oriloi* ta-<:'«.>v^-
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones I"
For Implements, Wagons,
Buggies, Sleighs Etc., Etc.
Flour and Feed, Hay and Drain,
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $50
an acre, well improved.
& Lloyd-Jones. Kelowna,
,i. \v. K'lcici),
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLED
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
All Work WiiiTiuiMl.    oH'-ni
COUNTY COURT NOTICE.
*ll lings of lho Couuly Court of Vulu .vill be
ililcn ns folio..-:
Al Midway, Nov. I), 1800,
Al Osoyoos,  Nov. 7, IHIIII.
.11 tbe luui" of eleven o'clock in Hie forenoon
lly command,      c. a. ii. i.amiii.v,
liuveri -nl Otllce, Osoyoos, II. ('. 0,
Angus! :1llh. 1WII.
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of ii
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stoek Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving the Nursery
Certificate of  Improvements.
NOTIOB.
Tin: Laht Chanok MiNEltAL Claim.
Situate In Smith's Camp, Kettle River Mining
Division of Vale Distriet,
--pAICK NOI'll'K thnl I, W, T. Kinllli, free
1 miiiers oort.ldc.ito No. 1021)1. as agonl for
llio llopubllo Mining Co.. inlenil. sixly days
l lbe iluie hci I.to apply to Hie Mining
order for u ourlldcato of Improvomonts for
lie purpose of obtaining a Crown granl, tu tbo
above olnlin.
Ami fmiber tnko notice thul nellon,under
sccllon 37, must lie ooininoucod befure tliu
Issunnco ol snob oorllflcnto of luinrovomoiils.
Iinicil lllis 27th ilny of May, IM 'li
I'. ( ).
bPOK
Mux ",!!:_!.
\ N E    I-'A LI.
Wnshiinjltii]
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Coi-tifioatG of Improvements.
NOTicrc.
Till: W'.lti K.liil.l: Mim.ii.ii. Ci.iim.
Sltitntcd In Greenwood Camp in the Kettle
River Mining Division of Ynle District.
A KI
Tl
NOTICK Him nc, ttoborl flonslor,
inile.rs   eet-lltleitc   No.   IW287, and
liioiniia li.  Johns  free inbior's eortlltcilto
No. 02208, inlcii.l, alvit- days from llie iluie
lien of. io ntiiily to He .Minim; lieennjor for a
eertlllenlo nf Improvement*, for Ihc purposo of
.ii.luiiiing n Crown granl to lliu abuve claim.
An.l furtlior lake notion ibnl ncll undor
.cciii.ii :c. iniiai I initnonccd before the Is-
sniincc ul Blloll c -riill.-nleof iitiiiio.i incuts.
Datod this IBthdni of Anjint, 1S0I),        1
GRAND FORKS
HOTFI
(©)        (|) GEO. P. MIMS, Proprietor.
(&2»Bj,2a.dL S"oxaIs:s, J_». G.
STRICTLY piRST QLASS.
(§) JEnrvlSSI'50 AND $2.00 PER DAY-
MINER AL ACT.
Ooi'tlflouto  of Improvements.
NOTIOB.
Tin: (inn DiiMiitii Minkiial Claim,
Sltunto In tbo Kettle River Mining Division
of Yale District,
TAKK NOTICK Ibnl I. W. A. Corbott, frill)
miner's oorllRcatoNo.57D83, Intond,sixtv
days from tho dato hereof, in apply to the tlnlil
C'oninileslonor foraoorllfteatooflmprovoiaenls
for Ihc purpose of oblalning u orown grunt to
lbe nbovo clniin.
An,I further lake nut ice. Ihnt. advorso olalms
musl lie sent tn the Gold Commissioner und
action commenced befure the Issiinnooof suid
certificate ot Improvements.
Datod this 1st day of July, 1800, 2,i
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
(',. (). SHURSON, Prop,
PAIRVIEW. II. C
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stagos to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
II. KEYES, Prop.
G.uul Accommodation,
Best Liquors and Cigars,
First-Class Stnlillng,
ARMSTRONG  B, C. 1
ess•
LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Mr. James Mnniighnn, president of
tlle (anil  Milling company, passed
up to Camp McKinney on Friday.
Mr. Georp-t Ruse uf Kelowna is paying the district a visit nnd is at present a guest of Mr, Randolph Stuart,
Mr. HcKenzle, recently sick ivilh
typhoid fever at Anaconda, is, we are
glad to say, approaching a convalescent stale,
Mr. A. K. Stuart left for Montreal
on Friday, to consult the owners of
the Midwjiy townsite on matters of
Interest touching lhe future welfare of
(he place.
Colonel John Weir of New Ynrk
arrived at Anaconda on Tuesday last.
Mr. Weir is busily engaged overlooking the properties lie has under Iniiul
and development.
Mr. ,1. J. White of the Boundary
Fulls hotel Intends celebrating his
liirllidiiy on llu. 1st of October, by
giving n grand hall and supper, l»
which all friends nre Invited,
The peuple uf Boundary creek] have
sustained llieir proverbially generous
reputation by subscribing liberally
toward the fund, providing for the
conveyance and display of lhe Boundary creek collection nf ore, gathered
together l.y Mr. .1. 0, Unas for exhibition at the approaching Spukane Frail
Fair and Miners' convention,
Mr. J. McLaren returned home on
Saturday lasl, after spending n few
weeks at Kamloops In search nf health,
When he lefl home lie uns feeling
anything but well, and therefore his
limnv friends will he glad In know that
his health has greatly Improved as ti
result of the change. Mr, McLaren
reports liusiness in Knillluups guod,
und lie felt rather astonished al lbe
vast strides thu city bus taken since
the days when he run Ibe first construction train through the townsite,
when the railway was being built,
On Sunday last Airs. Simmons, of
Greemv 1   Oily,  met ivilh a  very
painful accident, During the afttn--
uinm she wasuiii riding with a friend,
Miss Castleinan, and whilst lhey were
descending lhe mini leading from
Greenwood ciunp to Greenwood Cily,
Mrs, Simmons' burse tripped and
falling turned .i cinnplote suineriiiult,
Mrs, Simmons was I brown a considerable distance, and alighting upon her
shoulder, dislocated It. Dr. Jakes was
called !u tm, putit-nt ns sunn as possible, and tbe shoulder having heeu
properly attended in. ibe Injured lady
is gradually recovering,
 1- • 4	
MINING   NOTES.
Boarding bouses ure In he ereell'd
hetween the Klinb Hill and Old Iron-
sides claims in Greenwood cuuip. This
looks as if a gaud deal of develiipiiieul
will he dune during Ihu coining winter
liy the differed t owners ot these properties.
• Messrs. Winiers & Leplante are engaged Inking lhe Wilier oul of Ihe
Lincoln and City of Paris claims in
White's eamp, and it is expected parties will lie in nny day lo lakeah.uk
at lhe properties. II. is hinted thai
Mr. Finch is (he intending investor.
Tbe west fork of Kellle river is at*
trailing attention at the piesenl time,
and reports are to hand Ibal several
good locations have recenlly been
Hindi, lliere. Since llie discovery nf
tlie Crown point un James creek, prospectors are turning Iheir attention lo
high grade silver ore.
Mr. Burns has completed his con-
trad fur lbe sinking.if 50 feet on tbe
Old Ironsides, and HOW il is staled the
company Inlend sinking still another
60 feet, and will besides run drifts and
crosscuts in Ihe ore body. Should Ihis
be the case, it is more I ban likely wink
on the claim will hecotitimicd throughout the winter,
Upun the Mother Lode hi Deadwood
camp new tactics are heing pursued, A
few days ago a shaft, wus started whieh,
after beingsunk a few feel, ran through
the ore, showing it was not on the
ledge proper. Tlu> miiiingeinenl has
now decided lo crosscut lbe ledge with
a tunnel, so as to exactly locate the
ore body, which is nf Immense size,
Messrs. Harry Morgan nud 0. D.
Saufoid have gone on a trip li ihe
wesl fork of lhe west fork of the wesl
fork of Kellln rivet. They intend remaining upon lhe ground prospecting
for some time, nud huve Ilit-rcfiuc
Inken llie preeniillmi uf having Iheir
animals hroiighl home, li lhey me
successful In milking a guud localioil
they will remain up tho river lhe
balance uf llle winter to wnrk un tho
claim.'
The Butterfly claim InSkylaikcauip,
Mr. E. A, Ilielenbeig's must reeenl
location, is turning out In l.e n veritable butterfly indeed, as lhe develop-
nient up tn the present slum's n
line body of well-mineralized urn,
which at llu- point at whieh work has
been done is some 10 or 12 feel wide,
The ore hudy is a while quartz, seamed
and heavily impregnated with enpper
pyriles, anil carrying as well gold nnd
silver. In conjunction with the others
n very dark metal is found, the qualities nf whieh up tolliepresi-nt have nol
been determined, as no assay has yel
been made of lbe ore.
Camp McKinney No. 2 Is situated In
the. south cnsi of Wellinglon camp and
close to the Fourth of July creek.
Several claims have been located ill
the new cninp, nml among lhe many
upon wbich wurk bus been done is the
Big Six, owned l.y Alex. Wallace and
JiiuiesT Bell, of Bnunilary Falls. Mr.
Wallace located lhe Big Six iu the
early part of the summer, und in show
bow unerring is lhe true miner's instinct, ll maybe slated that tbe location was made upon tbe merest outcrop iif mineral, ibe locator being convinced that a body of ..re was somewhere iu fhe neighborhood. His
theory proved to be line, as, upun
wnrk being dune Lbe other day, a line
ledge was discovered after a shaft had
heen sunk 12'feet tbruugb wash and
loose rock, As sunn as the ledge was
struck samples were taken from il,
which upnu assay gave the satisfactory rrl urns of $I7..)U per Inn. The
nre curried 7 per cent, cupper beside
gnld and silver.
. »-••«	
When applying fnr crown grunts fur
mineral elniins, request (hit the same
l.e advertised iu Tim Advance, ihe
tifficlally recognized paper uf lhe
district,
illBIl BALL:
—AND—
SUPPER
October ist
-AT TII I'l	
Free Dance
Free Supper
All are ojpJially iavitod to atW.
OSOYOOS HOTBLlPURELY ®^J.McNICOL^
Osoyoos, B. C.
Thos  Fetherston,  Proprietor.
The Hotel is Situated on Shore
of Osoyoos Lake.
Qood Boa.ti.ng
a.i\d. Fishiar,g.
Kruger Mountain Mines close by.
® ®
Though (in nol fail lo take advantage uf
this ratlior limited opportunity, und
havo your Photo liikL-n while you huve
that opportunity of obtaining a I rue uud
® ® Perfect Likeness
Dealer in
C3'-3ia.*s3r»ES,l   15iS!©i?C5la.E&3ta.dLi.*3<e-
Agent for
THE GIANT POWDER COMPANY, SAN FilANCISCO,
Powder Mauazini" at Anaconda,
J.J.WHITE
iiiii lixe!
If you want to poinl up n cabin,
plaster it house or build n foundation,
call for lime nt
Geo, T, Wells' lime Kile
Office, llendell-v. (Jo's Store,
Boundary Kails, II. 0.
A
S. A. IH & CO.
ISuooosaoni lo II. N. Taylor)
Chemists and Druggists
Vernon, B. C.
I'ce|)ii Cirsl-l'luss stuck uf
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Articles
Prompt mu Careful Attention
 OIVJJN TO	
MAIL ORDERS.
POBTOFKIOB I10X 111.
**TW'" _t  "*"-'  '" ' M"
NOTICE.
NOTICK is horoby ulvon tlml sixtv flays
lifter iluie, I Inlonil to apply to tlio Chlof
Commissioner nf Lands and works for permission n, paroliaso tlio fulloivini,' binds, situ-
ulcl in llio Osoyoos division ut Vale- district:
All tho unoccupied portion uf tlin ...Ml luilf
of sootlon 10, loiriiship 08, and nil tho iilllioou-
plod piil-li if the enst   luilf uf seelion ti,
township07. JOHN CUII'IIKI,!,.
Jul)-llli, 1KB. 28
\V. IIAI-KYMPLK
Greueral    Blaclcn-aiitlli
PAIRVIEW, B.0,
All  Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
Specialty.
And a neatly flnlshad ploturo, J. It.
Slinanci-l-u proftoloul workman In Ids
protluctlotis of art, nnd s-iuiriintees per
feet satisfaction. Cabinets only J*,,i«).
California (Jallopy, Midway, B, C.
MIDWAY AND ANACONDA B. C
Alta Vista Fruit Ranch'
k:.lov™a, _t. a,
Por Salens
f APPLES
I PEARS
I PLUMS
m
Hi HiHssliSiHsataisit at
ft ',14,1 4,14,14,irsTii4SiS
Write for Prlcos to
J.   L   P RID HAM,
J£ERR BRO
S.
BUTCHERS,
RENDELL & CO.
GENERALS
Greenwood City and BouniJary Falls, B, C,
MIDWAY,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS
Mont dollvorSd at Rjck Crook nml nil Lite
Mining t'niiiim.
J. Kerr.
R. D. Kerr.
AT ONCE
[E
Iii lho Boundary Creek District to know
tlmt Iho
BOCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OK HOCK CREEK.
ET.   Vi.-to-teax&iarl.g3a.   _Xi_a?.
KiiisT-i'i.iss Accommodation  nut Gursts.
GOOD STABLING
■jgrExcollont Fishing on Kottlo Qivor.Jlf
im.*itt:-^.T4i_TTWBr-9--.-rr'r-~7*- g r--i-'v-»-f
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
cr. jr. white
PBOPBIll TOIT.
Centrally Located Stopping Place for Three Different Stage Linos.   No
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
liood Stablim
H. WRIGHT
eryjiii
i m
Columbia Btroet, Greenwood City, B, C-, 1ms
opened with a nloo stock nf Groceries, Cigars,
Tobacco, Stationery, otc, A call in respectfully
Rollolted,
OLSON &PHELAN;
il
Mi
j)A * %
* * * BAKERY
Fresh Bread, I
Cakes    ancl Jy
Pies Always
^
On     Hand.
A WIDIHEB, Prop.
Ananon-Jn, Q. C.
RepairingNeatly and PromptlyDone
Ordora by Btago strictly attended In. Address
Anacanda Mercantile Co's 3toro.
Wo beg to Inform tho public llml wu imvu
opened our now Drug Storo nnd solid! n shnro
of their pationago.
Buying drugs is entirely u matter nf confidence, as in no othor business is sophistication
oaslor; uor does nny oilier avouuo afford eo
ready ameansof dlBposingof worthless articles,
You enn buy n pair of shoes for 81 or for $10.
Itlsentlrolyaniattor of quality. There is ns
much difference in lhe quality of drugs us
there is in shoes, except in purchasing one you
1 nni use your own judgment* nml in buying tho
oilier you nre entirely dependent upon Iho Integrity and judgment of the druggist, [none
case it is only a matter of comfort and np*
ponranoo, andin tlio other frequently of life or
death.
If;j ou waul ihe purest and best drugs obtainable, wc solicit your palronago; if ynu want
the cheapest, we eaimol aocommodato yon.
If you need modiolno, you need the hest nnd
purosl obtainable, compoundetl by a skilled and   BOUNDARY FALLS,  H. C
experienced  prcscriiitlonlsl, wiih iho  most
scrupulous care nml iiddiiy.
Human life may bu in the balaneo and dependent on the prompl action of (he remedy
proscribed; nml if lho latter lie nol of standard
strength and purity tho physician's skill Is of no
avail,and tbe patlonl fails of Improvement,
We carry a full line of patenl medicines, In*
vallds' specialties, toilol requisites, etc, In greul
variety,
Mail orders receive prompt, and careful attention, and anything not in slnek will hi: procured at once ivltlmul extra oharges.
R. N. TAYLOR & CO.
D, McDUFF
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. C.
All Kinds of Wnrk Kxccntcil In tlm Sill Is
faciiim of Customer0.
YOU CAN GET A
Good  Meal
for35cat
ii
ms-
Ann...in.In, II, 0,
AT THE«
Tij P.'CTpti),! PimiMy
GltttBNWOOD City, M. C
NOTICE.
Lost, near Uo\t bike, two light gray work
horses, ono branded with u circle S on left
shoulder, nnd lho othor branded SI wilh a
U bar under on lefl shoulder.
Any mio returning said horses to Mr-Bnod*
grass, Okanagan Kails, will rooolvo a reward of
S'.'U from lho owners.
K. JOHNSON,
IM F. GOODNKH,
McKENZIE,
BURNS &
MITCHELL
Bricklayers,
Stone Masons
and Plasterers. ANACONDA . .
SAWMILL . . .
Estimates furnished upon up-1
plication for all kinds of work. ANACONDA, B. C,
Brick, Lime antl other ma- V""vvil1 liml'" reason-
terial kept constantly on hand. able prices all kinds of
Rough and
Dressed Lumber
Is tlieCmiti'iil Town nnil Supply Poinl (iftlii-Boiiiidniy
Cii-ek Mining Oninps. From ihis New Tnivn romls
lend In lhe
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lnls nro Selling Finely nml nre n (Innil Investment.
Fur IVtee iif Liits .-mil Other liil'niiniiliiin, Ail.lii-ss
ROBERT   WOOD,
(Ireellllniiil Olty,  lliiniiilaiy Creek.  II. ('.
Or Apply i.i Agents,
C. F. Costkrton, Vernon, B, C,
A.  K. Sir\kt, Vancouver,   B, C,
it.m>-^it_r._.'ft.ft.:..:ft ;.-_l£_uL ..  ftft-:. ftr,   -V ritftA^Mii-t-i Jyr.
W.B. PATON
j..FURNITURE.. '
Gk***eexL*virood  Ci-ifcy,
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HALF WAY
JIN-
Shingles, Mouldings, Ete.
KETTLE RIVER —w —&.,
sjiETWKEN^y IA Call Solicited.
Marcus and Boundary Crock Points    A- R. TILLMAN,
-STAGE .STATION AND-
GOOD HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
KOI'.
Best Brands Lipors and Cigars
Qeorge Hdwnrds - - Proprietor
!•'. II. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VKItNON, B. C
win rail -
GREENWOOD CITY    ....
G. E, SEYMOUR 4. CO,, Props.
Situatbo on tm.: Main Road to Coi-i-kh,
iiuu,..unil. sun.iiiK. tiuiaasiM  i.'ixi: Terms: $1.50 to $2.50 per Day.
I,.tin; and (Itiii-.ii llnrxii.utv cinaa; Cam 1-8,
HOTEL KALEMALKA
-  -   -   VERNON, B C.   -   -   -
PADMOHE & PEERS   -   -    -    Pr<OFKIETOl--JS
'THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE INTERIOR kettle RIVER mininc division.      I ni. Alt ui c-it-t. 1 interest, A. L. Rugera
Record of Mineral Locutions for lhe Week 1" P, .Ininer.
Ending September 22, 18S6. J 21. Big Six, " inleresi, A. Wallace to
IB, Hill.ii-nt,  I'iiu'iei'ly e.-inip,   VV. T. 1 .1. F. Hell.
RnhiiiMiii. j 21. U'ehfni.l, j inleresi, ('. K. Brig-nan
lli. Piii'tiigi-,  Kiinlierly ramp,  W,  T. I" II. I.. Julius nnil P.. P.. linrr.
Kuliinsou, ! 21. Ranger, 1 interesl, .1. lingers lu II.
10, Bi'iidign,  Kiinlieily ramp,  D, 0. L. Junes and E. E. Bu it.
.MeAillnii. 21. 1 lull lord, !, interesl,.!.  Rogers to
16. Mae Murray, Kiinlierly fiiir-p, D. II. I., .limes nnil E, E. Burr.
('. Mi-Arlhn'r.
lli. Eiiii-litt, Central   camp, 0,   It'll.
Green,
111. Dniilitfiil, Greenwood   camp,  (
Gaiiieroi),
FLOURS    4)FLOUR
■■ ■ —
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r(>
-> • s
RECOVER  THE   RIGHT   OF   WAY.
Aii Important suit hns lieen Hied in
ilie Gulled Slnles cniirl ngalnsl   llie
Great Nurthern Ruilruad company and
111. Ruin,, Adair, Glarkes camp, J, K. Sl   |1;i,;i   AHlllHil]llllis ,„„, Mn|ll.
•,",."""■, .....        .    ,,   loliu Railroad company, to Bocurecor*
1(1. Goldiug Beaver, J reek,  »• talll |nuds oi- rhe valne t h<*i-eor.dotiHU-d
"  :l':l'  '  l"',,r' ll lefendanlH l.y ciil'/.ens of Spo*
kune. in niiisiili'i-aiiiin ul' n promise In
grunt teriiiinnl.'Jreiglil rules to thai
111. Fanny Bell, Mill ereek, (I. l.eines,
ami .1. Leyeiix,
10, Pig Iron, Pass creek, VV. E, Leigh
Hi   [hex, Brown'* rump, 8. 0, Gates,
lli. Union, Brown's camp, .1. Liiiizini
Ki
The pl.-iiul ill's in lhe ml inn nre : I'".
LewisOlarke, II. N. Hell. D, M. Drum-
Aiinte Cuviii..  .Ninth  rink. \\.  ',.   ,   ..      ...  .     .. ,.  ,.      ,,
! heller W, li. Norman, llully,  Mason,
,,' {'";'"'' Marks   .V Uu„  Wnshlnglon   Wuii-i
III. II,v.- i, iin gn- Ninth ■ '.nk, W. -.   „                             ,i     i   t i,i   ,
,  • Porter  company,   Inlninl   lelephone
**-. ( iil'lie. i   ,i- i          i                       ,.i       ,,
,„   ,,     ■ ft       , „   nnd   lelegrnph  eniiip.ini',  Gordon .V
III.  I .illtenlluli,     'lu. |i ein r  enlllli, I'.   ,,       ,           .    ,,....     ,',,.,          ,.
1 In., .limes k  Dillingham,  lli'iilniin -V
W.BuWCIIIllldA, l-i.-fll.-l-. Q).|ffltlW|   „,   1|ll|z||ml|   k  ,.,,,(;,,„.,
1(i  pynmiio, Skylark ci ('. I >■-'- JSwlllR lV- Co, ,lmUoun w, Graham
">«■■■ j,vc„.
17.  Blim (lin-.-, Si ii  e p, A. 1   |
Rllgrl*, 11.(1. I'...'  anil  .1. II. Ash-
We have commenced the manufacture of Flour and are in
the liusiness to stay, and we now offer the following brands for
sale: Hungarian, X X X X, Strong Bakers and Superfine.
Also Bran, Shorts and Chopped Feed,
Patronize Home Industry and keep the money in the^lis-
trict, Our flour has been pronounced the superior of any now
manufactured in British Columbia.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong, B. C.
We Hani Hardware and Hardware Only.
ARMSTRONG & LAWDER
Hardware, ■ Tinware ■ anil ■ Stoves
ANACONDA, B. C.
Otjlv  Stock  of
Crockery, Glassware, Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
Bellows, Anvils, Heating nnil Conk Stoves, Woodenwai-e, Sash
nntl Doors, Paints and Oils, has heen selected to meet lhe
requirements nf the counlry, and will he found most complete,
Specialties
The ciiinpliilul eovers thirl y-six
pages of typewritten mailer nn.l sets
liuii. at leiigih nil the facts relating in
the iliiniilk.il nf the Innil in Presidenl
Uill nnil Ihe promises of terminal
freight rules untile Ly him at Unit
tinie. Tlie properly Involved i.s valued
Ini "■nOOjOCO, anil Includes Ihe entire
la   llniiil nl, Ski In, k cninp,,I. Ink-Hrr.  ,.jkIm „■■ „.lv „f lhl, (:,,,„, Northern
17. Tiger, Summit camp, A, L Rogers,
H.O. I'ne nnil.I. H. Ashlleld,
17. Ileil Cms-, Summit, c.uiip, A. L.
Rogers, H. li. I'i,,. .niil.I. II. Ash-
Iiiiil.
Jessop's Steel (any size); San Francisco  Powder,
WWSMMMWiM$JM$i^       Cll,,s and Fusc; Miners'0utfits'
Sjgjj   Jol>l3ixi.g:   Shop
£&$ I Any order in the Tin or Iron Line will secure our
Wilt
eta]!*. Prompt nnil Careful Attention nl a Reasonaiile Figure.
ffl Armstrong k Lawder, tbe Hardware, Tin and Stove Men, Anaeonda.
IS. Sphynx, (Jetilriil cninp, L. Hind,
111. Oliservaiioii, North   Fork, (l. P.
McCai-li-i-,
III. Sunset, North Fork, p. JleCnlluiii.
III. Bi-iidslrei-t, Ninth Furk. N. Hi,,..
111. (Irnniie Nu, II, North Furk, N.RIce,
F. Mel'niiniii .uul .1. Older,
111. Single Nlniiil.itil.  North Furl,, ('.
K, Sinipsoii. ,,,   	
,„    ,,.    ,,      ,        \-      i   ,,    ,   ,,,,,        i 1*1    h'""' 'In!''. I   inti'inl   itmilvini,'   In   tlie
II).  Big Pui-phry, Nnrlh Fni-k.W.Gutt-  Chief  Uoinmliwioiier of   UiiiIh  aiicl  Wnrk:
through lhe city,
Tht-ncliuti is nnmliiallyhrought-latinise who sitliserilieil In lhe Greal
Norl hern fund ill 181)2,', In reality lhe
Shippers'assoefiitlon is hack ol ii.
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m   THE  FUTURE
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m
RAILWAY, MINING AND M
NOTICE.
NOTICE is liiriln given Ilinl, sixlv ilny,
(.  -lule. I  iia. o.l
ridge and ,1, 11. Hnrgruv
rur ]i..riiii.-i..iii tu iiiii'i'iiiiM- tin. fullowlng traol
. of Innil, slluntoil in llio Osoyoos ilivision nf Ynli
111. Odin, Pass creek, F. ,1. ('. Hngen, ill-trlot, mul nuni. particularly 'escribed us
,,.   .. ..   ,,   ,,   ,   ,. ,. i fulloii'B, vlzn Thonoi-tli Imlf nf .eetlon 27jiml
i.i. Samson, Nurlli l-urk, _. Culmsee,  tlio aoulli lialfaf section M, imvuslihi H.W
si-tins' i.l' III'I WTr
Mldii'iiy, Sonl 1.1800,
IV. II. Nonius
NOTICE.
NOTICK is lienrliv glvon Hull, sixty illivs
after llulo hereof, I inlenil In ii|i|,ly la til
iiiiiI fl. Bi-otlei'iis.
III. Tiger,  Wi-llinglun   camp, .1.  A.
l-'innk.
21. Sterling, Skylark ciimp,,I, Christie
.1. P. Black nud T, II. Mtilrniii.-y.
21. Liltle Pet, Nnrlh Furk, J, Putiiidei-Jllohomblo tlio Chief U-mmlwIoinir of l.nn
. ,,.   .   ,, Tlml Works for pertnlasion lu imrotmso in
"t"1 ('- A' Puuiidei-.  re,Umi sistj nci-UH. mnro or km-, of land,
211. (lolilen  Slipper.  Norlh   Fork,  ,1. sltuato in llio Osovoob IMvlslotiof Yulo Otatrlut,
., ,.    .    ,, , | lllllie I'i-iiviiii-i-i.l llrnialit uliiinlilii. VIZ.:
I'lilllitler und G, A. I'tnmilcr, r raonclngal Hie north wost corner ot llio
o,   -p, ,., v,,,,|,    i,',„i      \\- i    north woat quarter of Miction nhioloon, tiiivn*
a' m  'N""1'    '""*'    "• J'  sliliiBlxtr-nlglit, running tl.oneo norlli twenty
Schinuck. chains, (nolieo easl forty chains, thonco roiihi
.,,    ,,   i   , . ,,      x,     ,  i,   ,   ,,. ,    nlxly cltnliis, inoro or low-, lo tlio norlh bank of
21. Burkshiie Hoy, Nnrlh Fnrk, \\, .1.   Kottlo rlvor, mean u  •Ib-tvoslorlydlroe*
.SeIinui,-t- I Hon, following iiiciintlci-ingi. uf river iu potnl uf
coninionconionL     ItfClfAltl) J, I..Wills.
22. Ilieks, Kiss ereek,   11.   \V.  Uickp.     I aitcil this 12th (lay of September, IM,     i
ami .1. p. Flood. : NOTICE.
22. Minnie Hani.-. Skylark camp, D. |
\V. Ilieks .iinl.I. I'. Finnd,
22. Lillle Chief, McRae ereek, ('. Wi
g AGRICULTUBAL CENTER OF
Tie Kettle River Country
m
P
gc|{   Lots on Easy Terms to Actual Residents.
m
m a.
m
sfii Midway, B, C. Montreai,, P. Q.
m
For Particulars Apply to
K. STUART,   »« to   R. C. ADAMS,
ffl
n
ffl
Penticton Livery, Feed ani Sale Stables
■     +	
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
In tlio Mutter of Gus Hamlin, Doceased.
Inrsuii,
22 llii; Oliief, McRae ereek,!'. Willar-
son.
22. lleiaiiuiil. lli-ll,,,. creek, I'. Johnson,
22. Hoodoo, McRae creek, P. Jiilinton.
22. Hazel  Miller, Hindi's camp,   F.
W. I.llaiali.
21. Spukane, Nurlli Fork, H.,Nash,
22. Miiiiltnr, Norlh Fork, II. L, Nash,
22. Gulden Star,  Hiiniiuil  camp,  E.
Haloid.
22. Standard Fraction (IVuclioii),Nnrtli
Fork, P. lli-dill	
OEItTlI'lCATKS Ol' IVl.llK.
III. (linen. John Uuiiu.j
17. Kiilfmiin, J. S. McLean,
17. Tiviii.,I. ',Y. II. W 1.
TENDKHS ivill lie received bv 11 idor*
slgnoil iiii In noon un Hu- litbdnyof Nu-1
vombor, 1800, fnr Hie purchiuo nf ilia following |
nii'icrii claims, sllualo neiir Qrnnd l-'urks. in
Kotllo lilvor Mining Dlvltion of llie Dlslriol nf
Ynle. viz.:
Tiie    ' I'unsiiin,    "(Irunilniiiiiiii's   Hustle,"
" Lillle Ilelle Liniiii. "nnil tho "Coon."
C. A. It. LA Jl IILY,
linlil ('inuuiissiijiier.
HOUSE AND CAI^I^IAGE PAINTING
Plain and Decorative
Paper Hanging
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Oortlflciito   of  linprovonients.
NOTIOE.
Tin: MoiuusoN Minkuai, Cmim.
Situated In Deadwood Camp, Boundary Moun-
mln, In tlio Kotllo River Mining Division
ol Yiib iilsli'lct.
KALSOMINING
G-l-niid I-'oekH on,I Miilwii.v, H. ('
Prospectors' Livery, Feed and Sale
Grand Forks, B. C, Below tho Bridge.
Livepy Teams, Saddle and Pack Horses and Ladies' Saddle Horses
Hay, Grain and Wood for Sale,
Teaming of All  Kinds a  Specialty.
1, Grand Forks, B. C.
M. F. l-'OI.GKK, PROPRIETOR.
Good Accommodation and Moderate Charges.
BJo Cli.ixi.ese Help
Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.  Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.  Saddle Horses a Specialty.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Class Accommodation,  Good Stabling,  Terminus nf Stage Line
from Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
TUKK NOTICK ihul I.e. lill. Qroon,agonl
-i- for llie Morrison Hold Mining Company,
17   Prii*,|ii»clni'S   Dream,   W. K.   0,   froo minor's oorlldcato Nn. 1157(15, intond, sixty
,,    ,          ,,, ...    , ilnys frum tin- iluie lioroof, m iiiuilv in lbe
Miuih-y.and H. layliir. I m,inti Ueeordcr for „ mrllllciile ot li -„vi-
111. Tianiier, I-I.  Sullivan,  .1. Hiuilov  ll10111,8-''",' ni? Iiurpwo of obtnlnlng a Crown
''   ...   ,   .. ■'   granl uilhonbovo claim.
mul A. \\ nilileil. |    Anl fia-Hui- luko nolieo tlml nellon, undor
ill    li'iiiiUno K .lloiu.i.lincl sccllon»7,nnisi bo eoiiunonood boforo Ibo 1s-
lii. .11,1111,11111. I.a dust. siianeo of such cortillcato of I ravo nia.
111. Tip Tup, 13. Sullivan. j   tinted this2n;I ilny of iioplomlior, IM.      I
111   Lillle .Minnie..I. II. Smith 111111 F* | "
Slum-cheat,
MINERAL ACT,
CER'llFIOATB   OF   IMI'ltOVfONBNTS.
NOTxaxx.
' Tm: Alice Mini'Iiai Claim.
situated in i.ong Lake Cnmp In Hie Kettle
Kivor Mining Division of VHle Districl.
TAKK N'QTICK Hint t, V. Wollaston,ngonl
fill- Sir OlinrlOS Unas, free miner seerlillente
No, 70120, Intend, sixty days from Il.o dato
hereof, to apply in Hie Mining 't -ilorfoi-n
eorllllonlo oflniprovon la. fm- lho purpuso of
obtaining a Croit-n griinl le lho nbovo claim.
An.l furtlior luke Ico Ibal aoilon, undor
soollou37,mini lie com nn.l boforo tbe Is-
simiico uf -..eii eorllllonlo uf Improve nis.
Imii-il iiii-lib ilu. ul Sonl ember, in;,      1
111. Oopper Beef, tl, M. Tuliiusseii.
22, Muni r, C. M. Kendell,
21a  Big Six, A. W'all.li-e.
21   Sophie Shcmill, M,  II.  Kane, (I.
_, ti,nil li nml W, W, Spinks,
21   drey  Eagle, C. 0 Wnslilinrn unil
.1. I,. Wiseman,
22. Ana. inula, Iv S. (iniliiiiii.
22. I'.iyniinler, I-I. S. Ot'iilliim,
22. Hank oi England, I', S, Gi'iihum,
22, Noruiiinili, P. I'. Ilraliani.
22, Gl'i-liadil, I'l. S. Iliaili.iiu.
THANSI'ISHS,
1(1. Di-m-ro chien. nil Inleresi, Oitu
Dillier tu I''. A. Shiintpii'sl.
Hi.  Ilallaiail,  .,  ria-l, W.T. Iloliii -
son lo M. Ilnrl111.il.
HI   I'nrtilgi'i J, 111I1.ir-1,  \V, T. Unlill..
Mill lo M. il.ul,mil,
lli   li.1H.11ai, .', 11,I.a, *l.  W. T, llohii-
siui In 11. ('. McAllhur, Tin: Ji MHO Ml.M.n.ll. t'1,.11...
111. I'mliige, j liilei-i'sl,  W. T. ltulili,- situated in Conpoe Cnmp, In tbo Kottlo
-on lo ll l. Ml-Ai Llllll-. 1   Illver Mining Division ot Ynlo Dlslriol.
III. ('iiiiiii Silver,  1 Iii inti-iesl. Thus,   "TAKK NOTK'B tliat I, CIim li III liven, u-
., .,       ...   ... n  ,, .. I  ngonl for T, L. Savngo, froo minor's corl ill
McDu II to \\. I,, M,..Iiiiiii, oale No. IUSIB, liilonil, alxtr iIiu/h from Ibo, lute
III.  Queen nl  Shui,:,,   ',   ililirusl, Thus,    le-reef. I-- ill;-'; |„ lbe  M ining   lloconloi-for II
\ ' ' cei'llllenlooflinprovoinonls, for Ibo purpose ol
Mi Haiim-ll 1.1 \\. t,. .\li-.ilvnii.        ' oblnlnlngn Crown granl lo Ibo abovo olnlm,
Anl t*,n-r I, -.- lalo-  Ire ilinl aoilon, inulor
lection Hi, nnisi Iv eonunonoeil boforo tliu Ih*
iiiriioo of sueh corlhlealiiuf Impnt .aa-.
I   flnloil this 7tb ilny nf Hoplcnihor, 18M,       I
lli. riiehln, all Inleresi, T. Doimn tu
.1. II. Pax.
MINE.1AL ACT, 1896.
Cortitinate ot Improvements.
NOTIOE
III   li iiifSlli'lni, illl Inteli-t-l, Tin.,-,
McDonnell ami W. (I, McMyiiii in
lli. Glliriilliii, j liileivhl, J. II. Ileiulur-
soll to s. .1. Uvilllf,
II). Grizzly    Hear,   nil   inleiesl,    I).
Sum nnl luJ. C. Hans.
II).   lllllll Ullgle,  !   illleresl.T. Slllllla  ll.
II. A. Slleilll--.
111. Moii'iuiii Lode   !, inlel-esl, (I. M,
MINERAL ACT, 130(3.
Cortillcato  of  Improvements.
HOTIOB.
'I'm: Lkxinotun Minehai. Claim.
Sltiiuto in Ccnlriil Cnmp, Kettle Rivee Mln-
Ini! Division of Yale Districl.
, T-AKK NOTICK ll.nl   I,,I..lin A. Coryell, n-
Sluilll  unil  ,1.   .uiiin-   In   II,  A.     j   ngonl fur ,1, Taylor, fro Inorituorllllcato
Snuiik No. Uiili. anil lien, W. 0 borgor, free mi ''a
''• corllli  No, lia'lat. Intend, Hlxli ilnys from
lit,   Clipper  Keel',   |   illlelesll   ,1, ('.  J|,   llu' llnlO luavuf. pp|,,   lu llio Milling 111*
 'ilorfornei'i-Hllealoofiinpi-ovoii sfurlho
imrptmo nf nbtalniiig u i roivn griinl  In lbe
nliiiia- iliiini.
Anil t'n-llu'i'tiike notion tlml notion,nndoi
III. Clipper Keel.   I  inll-est, .1. ('. M.   acotlon97,iiiustI oi ineoil boforo lhoisau-
. nil.' - nf ■ :..|i cet'llfleitloof hnpi-oi'cinciils,
1     ll:llull'li-3ll:.l,iyn[.M:ij,l,*!l,;, ij
Toliliisseii to .1, A. -limit-}- uml (I.
\V, Averill.
Tol.lasscii io II. I.. C.iusliiii.
FURNITURE!
CHEAPER  THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
TWO CARLOADS JUST ARRIVED
^"UPHOLSTERING-*^-
ROSSLAND, B.C. VERNON, B. C.
Grand Prairie Hotel
CARSON,  KUTTIil*   RIVF.lt.   II. 0.
Situate in the Immediate Vicinity of the Boundary Creek Mines.
First-class accommodation for the Traveling' Public.  Stage Lines
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
McLAREN BROS.        ....        PROPRIETORS
=-jxt7-^ine,4rjM-^2r\
THE-
PIONEER-HOTEL
Gueknwood City, Boundary Creek, B, C.
Wu huve just opened llie iihove hotel al Greenwood Cily. nnd nre prepared
in ivi'leoini! gnosis uml provide good nt'comnioilafion, Guud Oaturing. First
elnss l.ivery Stuhle,
WOOD & WESTEL  . . PROPRIETORS.
OKANAGAN
SAWMILL
KELOWNA, E. C.
Vou cnn now imrchwo oodnr pa nol floors, bonulKiilly matlo hikI ilnislicil; windo-tv wikIi,
tullis, HiiinglCH mul nil other kinilu of Imiiwu [nriiisliings, ul Um OkattBgivti Hun mill. Hough uml
ilrusiKiii limihor constantly on hand, Orders from Kettle Itivor diatiiot Bollottod and iirluci*
furnished upon appllenlion to
NT, l!.--.Su-iii und Doors at Consl Prices, with Slitflii Advanoo to covor oost of freight.
THE FASHION
FEED - LIVEpy . |||iD - SJILE - SJJlBliES
GREENWOOD CITY.
Always cn hand Good Single and  Double Drivers,  Ladies'
and Gentlemen's Gentle Saddle Horses.    Pack
'   Horses for Hire.
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates.
VERNON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
_<<^^JA<,?ti_i^'J_iiiiri.ft'
Good single and double drivers and saddle horses. Ladies'
gentle double and single drivers and saddle horses. Horses
boarded by the week or month. Box stalls if desired. Horses
broken to harness, and horses ancl cattle sold on commission
Dealer in hay and grain; wholesale and retail. All kinds of
heavy teaming attended to.   Corner Mission ancl Tronson sts.
VV. Gardner, Proprietor.
O. B. & P. B. NELSON
RESERVATION TRADING COT
Carson, 11. ('., and Reserval ion Store, Nelson, Wash,
General .7 Merchandise
And Miners' Outfits nf nil descriptions,  Our stuek is largo
and complete and we helieve you will Hnd
Our  Prices  an  Object
If ynu wish (u save money,   (live us an early call,   Fair
mul square dealing is uur motto,

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