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THE  ADVANCE.
Vol. V, No. 26.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1896.
$2.00 per Year.
n W. JAKES, 51.1)„ CM.
BY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE      :      :      :      BOUNDARY FALLS.
ERALD WILLIAMS, M. D„ C. M.
VKRNON, D. 0.
G
Latk iii-
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, kni.
r\R.  OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, B. C.
Graduate of McGill University.
Late Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacilic Ry. Coroner
for East Yale.
I T. MoLAREN, m. d., c. m.     .
Graduate op McGill u.overbuy.
Oppicui Armstrong, B. 0,
D
R. CORRIGAN,
DENTAL SURGEON.
Orailunte of tin. Royal Collogo of li.-iital
Burgeons of Otitnrio.
Honor Ilrndiinte of Toi'onla I'nive.-sliy.
-.ll'l'l.'I'-
Poiiml Block, Barnard Avenue,Venio i I.e.
VERNON   EXHIBITION.
The Besl Show Ever Held Under the Auspices
pears and plums of ninny varieties,
grapes that mighi bnve been gruivn in
the most favored section of California,
of the Okanagan and Spallumcheen Ag- j held lhe spectators io aluiosl entranced
ricultural Society. delight;   while  in  the southern  ex-
Tbe   general    CO Il'lll    of   Iliose! Ireinily the hundiwoik of Ihe Iniliis . f
established'pre.-.-nl nl lhe recent exhibition held j Hn-disirici Iriiiisforiueil llml  purl of
1670.      ul Vernon, wus iiuu never before bad lhe hull  iul.. u veritable bower of
i such ii successful pxllil.il ion been held | beauty,
by Hie society, and when ii is taken    The paintings and drawing* this yem-
roods, boots and shoes,
groceries and provisions,
wines, liquors and cigars.
w.J
M. COCHRANE,
SOLIOITOH SlTUKMK COURT,
NoTAIlV Pl'IU.IC, I'llNTllY ISCI-Ut, K.TC.
Office: riiliiion.'s Block, Barnard Avenue,
VERNON. - II. e.
pilED. HILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
Omtoei Martin's Block,
Vernon, H.c.
»T*rT»,iTTir*rrr-~r~-"'~— MM—■--"■"•-—-•*—
A LLAN MAC-DONALD,
BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B. C.
N OT A II V   I* f II 1,1 (',  I-I'l'l'.
ViiusoN, n.c.
]    K. JOHf-lSON,
Law and Colleotimo Aqenoy.
Conveyanoer, Mineral Claims Bought
and Sold.   Noiir/Pablio;
tiu.vxn b-obks - - - -  n. c
bORBES M. KEI11IY, I'.L.S.,
A. M. 0,8.0. E„
ENGINEER   AND  SURVEYOR.
MIDWAY, 11. C.
"T E.OROWELL,
TIIOXSON* ST., IV.IIX0N.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Ofnce and Store Fittings a Specialty.
CH
\HAS. E. COSTERTON,
VERNON, 11. I'
Commission and Insurance Ag''t
NOT&nr PUBi.sc.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C. A.
Civil Etieitieer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND    SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates In any
Portion of the 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 HAAS,
MINING ENGINEER,
GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.   C.
PENTICTON HOTEL
J. Thurbkr, Proprietor,
Pleasantly Situaled at Foot of Okanagan Lake
Stacie Connection with S, S. Aberdeen to
Fairview, Osoyoos, Boundary Cheek,
Kettle River and Points in Washington
Ai.i, Arrangements Made .for Pn.iviiii.vri
Guides and Outi-'its por Hunting Parties,
Good Hauling and Fishing.   Itu.vnml Sail Hauls fin- Hin-
Paid to Mail Orders.
Nothing but reliable goods
kept on hand..
A.   T2EtXA.X.   SOLICITED.
Hudson's Bay Co., Vernon, B. C.
Xs,   O.   Box,   6-*3:.
ESTABLISHED   1HS3.
MAINL'AND  NURSERY  COMPANY
"jtnill.iflM FARM,"
-   BRITISH   -
COLUMBIA
LADNER'S,
Our  Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia
Trees Free from Pests.
FRUIT   ANI)  ORNAMENTAL TREES,  PLANTS  AND  VINES,! -     PIT'!
Send for Free Catalogue,   I   E. Hutcherson, Manager.    !©   ®   1-8PI6GL LlKGlluSS
Guess    SSa?©3.
J[SSAYERS ANB
PROPERTIES EXAMINED
Assays ancl Analyses of Ores,
Fuels, Etc,
miiuvav, li. .a iiitix,Nwn..i., ii. ia
M. IIAKIll-TT. ". I. IIODOSON
BOUNDAR'V   I'K'I'IIIK
Engineering anil Assaying Co.
(I I'.H.invoo.l C'il.v, 1-1. I'.
Assaying: and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
TIi.M-nugli Aec-nalntnnoo .villi tin- ICottlo
Illver nml Donndnrj- eroul. Mining
District s,
! And a noatly flnislioil picture, .1. II.
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! SI
VERNON ■ SAWMILL
SMITH k Mt'LEOI), PROPRIETORS.
Sashes, Doops, Mouldings, Turnings Etc.
All Kinds of" Factory  Work  Kept in Stock und  Mud.' to Order
Coast  Cedar Worked  into Furnishings a Specialty
AH Kinds of Lumber, I.atlis no,I Shingli-H Ki-|il in Stock
est Material Always Used. Write for Prices and Discounts
Siiiviuill on 01(1111111*1111 Luke, handy lo shipment.   Susli unil Door
Factory on C. P, I!., Vernon,
ARCUSandMIDWAY
STA&E   IrXKTCG
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at i i: M
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays ancl Fridays at 5 p, m
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 A, m
sit
§    #
Into consideration llml llu* niniilier of
I Hie exhibits lotnli'd lii-lH-een two nud
IOI.KSAI.K   ANI)'''"'1''' diousiiii.i, some i.liai mny in*
11  ,  -, <>    , - 1      gained as to the magnitude of lhe ills-
Kelail Dealers in dry    , , .     . ,.
-   piny presented tor ilia InspeclIon ..I
thus., ivli.i ivi-i'c I'm 1 unlit..' enough lo
lie nl.le to attend.
Willi ..hai unfailing energy llu*
iliri-i-iiiriiti- nnisi have labored, especially Ilia pri-sldeM, Mr, Pri.i' Ellison,
uml tin- secretary, Mr, A. Postill, is
Hindu manifest in the list of incnihci*
ship, which ihis Benson contains ilu*
niiincs of over four hundred persons,
Win-n Ihis fuel is home in mind, il is
little to he wondered at, lhat. il is pussilile for the assertion 10 tu. made,
thul nuver in Vernon, und perhaps in
any portion of the province, wus thoru
witnessed 11 (-renter Interest laken iu n
local exhibition, und never before per-
hups In any porlion of lhe broad Dominion wus there ever gathered to-
gcllii-riin exhibit of such general ex.
celleiice us wus contributed lo llu- Vei-
non full show by those Inking purl
therein,
(J 1 i-ul us wns the display llllllli', no
doubt It would huve been more, extensive, hnd the season just passed been
more propitious lor Hit producl ion of
some kinds of crops, such asgrulii for
instance, und yet little regret need be
fell, for those entering llle exhil.ilion
building musl have been conscious that
baldly uu inch of space was wlthou-
lls exhibit of frull, vegetables,
grain, fancy work, or soon, olher production, Thul il is impossible to coin*
incut al llu. present lime upon llle
excellence of Individual exhibits is
much lo he regietted, und is occasioned
l.y the fuel I hat the system of placing
the exhibition nnutbcis upon llie .-ill ry
tickets has mu been adopted by the
loiiiiiigeiiieiit of Ihis society up to the
present lime. Nothing, however,
sl anils in llu- way of general comment
und presently the occasion will lie
grasped to touch upon the general features of lhe show,
In Ihc absence of the governor,
general, who inleuded being present
at the opening ceremonies, the directors culled upon Mr. Justice Wnlkeni
lo open lbe show. On being introduced by die president, lit* referred to
lhe pleasure he hnd fell lust year when
called upon lo speak al the opening
I ben, uud suid lhat he did not illl.-lid
to iiinke nny leuglhy remarks on this
occasion, lie hnd been lhrough lhe
building und hnd viewed with delighl
ilu-wonderfully line display Ihere lo
be seen. Too much praise could mil be
given regarding the mil lire of tin- ex-
llll.il, especially lhe fruit. lie hud
been assured by Mr. P.iliiicr.proi-incial
frull Inspector, thai the exhibit wns
simply beyond compare; and iiiiolher
class of exhlhlls hud 11 Iho engaged his
nlleiilinii, namely,the mblesfilled wiih
I.rend nnd butter, which showed Ihul
the coiiiiiinnilv was never likely lo
lack Ihese indispensable articles, lie
1 hen declared lhe exhibition open lo
the public.
IN Till! II.M.I..
Oil entering the hull lhe Iirsl exhibit
to catch the eye Wjisii pyramid of Hour.
Ihe product of lhe Ibiriuers' Hour mill
nl Armstrong, 11. C, the varied color, .1
bugs tastefully arranged making a
Very allracliic display,
FANCY GOODS . .
Glassware and Crockery,
School Supplies ancl Toys,
Stationery, Playing1 Cards
and Games, Dressing Cases
Wall Paper, Violin String's
anti Proprietary Medicines.
Agent for tiie
EliBiiix Fire InsiHaiice.
:♦***«<••
ed. ft. mm - rtfsowAv, b. e.
T-aL.wfff'^anaag
URELY • • •
* •  " Dl'
Though iin mil fnil tn lake advantago uf
thin rntlior limilwl opportunity, anil
j have your Photo taken while you hnvo
j Ihnt opportunity of obtaining a true uml
U
Hs.
'.1
Fresh Bread,
Cakes ancl
Pies Always
On     Hand.
l-'miii Our Own eiirrcsjHiiiilelit.
There were over 2,(KKI exhibits at llle
full'.
Mi. T. P'll'k of Vein...1. il is said,
will take the nianiigeiiieiit of the B X
ranch.
A gray mare belonging In Mr, ll. L,
Thome! of Midway look second prize
in llu- saddle class, ll is Understood
Mr. Th 1 bud nn niter of $ir'lbathe mure, lull refused il.
While pinctising ivilh one of lhe
horses entered for llu- hurdle nice. Mr.
E. C. Thompson of Vernon received a
bad full. The horse acci.leiilally missed
ils footing iu Inking u bin.He and,
coining down a cropper, I brew ils
rider, who uliglil ing upon his shoulder
received very serious injuries.
Among llu- visitors ul the fair from
the Boundary Creek districl, were C,
[,, Thouiel, W. II. Noin-is, W. (I. McMynn and li. W. Deans, .Midway ; E.
Knightly, T. Humphrey, ,1ns. Wilbur,
,1. Lind,'.). Lucy, uud .1.  P. Mel I,
■Aiiuconilii; 11. Woods, T. Atkinson
und W. Black, Greenwood Cily; E.I.
Driscoll, (JillsunjM. Mcl'iinig, Rock
.neck.
0 if tho saddest deaths lhat Ins
ever taken place in ihe neighborhood
of Vernon was thai of Ilia McLaren ut
Arinslisng ou Monday evening lust.
The deceased hud only been a resident
ol the disirici for u few uetiil lis, having conic froui New Westminster, hut
dining Ihal time hud made ninny
friends. Up lo 11 very recoiil dale he
hnd been enjoying the very besl of
health, mid was, up to within 11 fiw
days of his death, unending to his
patients, Typhoid lever -vus lliu cause
of death, which was no il.nibl ucccl.i-
nled l.y lhe doctor's anxiety lo render
service Io ol hers, even when he himself should have been receiving nil.'II-
lioii. Many sad regrets are expressed
ul so young nud useful u member uf
Behind this was lhe stand, on either "1° community being cm oil lu ihe
side of which was arranged vegetables, prime of lib*, lie wus n nutive of
in every vnricly which the fertile vill- Flilice Edward Island, uud iviisaboyl
leys of  die Okanagnn mid Spalluin- <B Ve.irs of nge    II,.  .vns  an honor
cbeen produce.   Tl xliil.il  of vege- gradua f McGill onin-rsii v. uud en-
tables was by I'm- llu- besl ever shown Joyed the distinction ol bin iuu paused
in Vernon, second In a class of To students,   Ilis
On ihe top of lliis stand wns ur-j body has 1 1 laken for Interniei	
.  ..,„.„.  Irangedii  beaulll'iil display  of I se Ills old him In-I-I,.n.l.
liltskl'ls \\v\v M|-|)rll(|i'll frOllll-lltlllC'lllllH
liili..n.i.ii.ls«.m*.li..llril;lii.'i,ili.'.*IV,ri I   Thflfhui'i'hHmwiifOi'.ii'im-iMiiliH'iiI
..I' Un* nvfi'Kraev   cJuloimIIuhh   with |m,||ai,|t((teiilM ul iin- H11111I.13  .  .i.i.iu
w.onner i*--11 profloionl workman in Ms
protluctlonB nf an, nml guamutoes per
feet falisfiicliun.  Ciihlnels only $.*j.{H),
California Gallery, Midway, B. C.
ANACONDA * *
\
u_
were much lietLortliulillinseprevioiisiy
shown here. Among lIn- besl wen- Iwo
paintings ill oil by Mrs. F. Hillings, a
pencil drawing by Miss Buttock, 11
wnler color skclch h) Miss Easily, ami
n folding sciecu painted by Miss Nellie
O'Keefe.
Sn nil u display of Ill-pud IIH occupied
llle tables in lhe ceiiler we huve never
before witnessed, And it looked us if
aluiosl every lady ill the valley hud
Belli in a eon tl'billion tn ibis depart*
ini-iit, and il was lliiingly flanked l.y a
tempting cxhil.il of cakes, and l.ullei in
rolls, blocks, puis und crocks. Thai
the alleulioii ol the farmers is bra,ailing more und more dir.-cied towards
dairying was shown l.y lbe bill Ier display, in which class lhe honors Mi-re
curried oil l.y Mr. II. Jones, of Lli in by,
whonrriveil in the llislricl I bis.spring
lioin Manitoba,
Anew feature Ibis year was the
prizes given for Indian work, of which
there was a very good exhibit,
Then, was a very Hoe exhibit of brick
nn.l I Ill's from the Eu.lcihy yards, nml
floor from ihe (loliiiuhia mills of ihe
suine place, showed tu good advantage,
A collcclion   ol   vegelaliles, pol iu
among the fruit by Mr. Topp, was	
of lhe lines! displays ill the building.
(To he cootinueil.)
 ►-•-»	
VKHNON   NOTES.
|(ERR BROS.
A   SOCIAL   AT   OllliliNWOOD
BUTCHERS.
which lhe nulls lli-le I.lalcl'iiliv decked,
MIDWAY
sci vices, Iur no matter Imw olni-llul.l
Fiii'Miei Ill th her section of the *,-,„ V„IMI(, „,„„ wj„, ,.,.x, ,„|„,|„.
building uns uiiolher II,anl   display, Lord," llli* 8 g posl ill    ,,,,.,11
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS fi mired"'''" ' "'"" *'"'"" ' "  """ '' i" ' "" !""
'"" '• ..us io io avernge seeker afler I In.
:   Oul he lefl side nf the door the spnee ...i,,,^,, ,,,„l narrow way."  T.,raise
Moal ilollvoroiUI lUok Crook m.,1 .11 llio «"'« «l«"'M-",,,d 1'ill'edlsphiyof vege- fll|1(1, tu 8U|)|)|y ,hl{Uv |„ „,,;,.,	
Mlnl„g0 „ Inhlcs, Ilm top row of which tmiitiiliinil e|dcfrH lind p,,,,,,,,,,.,, n.b.rs „r I,.-
jM"111'  "' ,,l'k"lll>'   Nne   bunches  iifLdHgpugm, ,,„ B|,.B(J  coinforfiihiy
J' K™. R. D. Kerr, celery, ns well us cabbage nnd kail uf I ttna mioiv ttlldllily, llu* Indies uf (Irci-li-
lllilisuill size, j wood ure going login-u lug social lu
To the flu fib ■ wns l'nlc.l|K(.h|.,,||.s|mi|im Prldny pvpiiIiik. HOih
liny, timothy nnd clover seed, grnin jn I h|8l|   A tp\mM peogriilliine li„- been
sacks   and   sheaves,  which  entirely j „1T11IW,|| „,„, „ ..„,,,„„,.-• ||lnl>v„ ;„
filled the space llllulled lo  Ihese i-x-! (j
'ft
SPECIAL ATTENTION (UVEN TO-MAIL, FREIGHT AND EXPRESS   Wm SALE'     ^R,CI':  '^-v00'
XX.   X*.   MOEIilSOH,   --IIOJ'IIFIITOJK, i e. v.. I'l'ITKN'lUIIIIII, II loan.
Thoroughbred^
t       l niieo me space on....on ...  se «**|diii*n*j liiieriiibslon.   Of ciiuiw every-
fldfl   I iPmlflPn 'll"'"8' i'""' wllu lui8 i,n livi'1'''1 ln|erest lu a
UllU JUDHliUllll   Enlorlng Un- larger run f the fom..|,iL ptecB wi|l bo there.   Children
'J  Illlg, the tw Is were the object   (m|y m |M.,.(.     ,;,,,„,,,„,,,„   mi,,||M.
of special inleresi, ihoiigh the mil ure I pMnfed by ladles admit n payment
"' uhlhils were ns iv lydlssiini- L..lh„|[ ., hem|l0l. ,„„ ,■,„■ $|,   ■},,.
lams possible.   In the northern end lertll| ,„ ,.,„„„„,,„,,,,„ 7:;«, ,,„„.,,,
dame nature gave au evidence. f whal  ,,, 	
she Is capable of In ibis sunny clime,    Cnininercliil Job printing nt Tut* Au-
■1114.1  ruddy  apples,  luscious peaches,  v.iNt'B olllee. THE ADVANCE.
.I'mU'ltlKTi-
I their route one-iiinelh of lhe originnl
dial mice.
 -4* ■
Tins iii.-it.u-i- will perhaps be eon-
|iMp"raSiil!'*i!iial.le "idered of  re  Importniiee  by tbe
arly or half-yearly ni il..''i-,..sali.|iis uf Boundary Creek disirici
application, 11 luui lhe calling of lhe C. P. R. line of
ci: arc
f
W. 11. NORMS.
Published  weekly
.Sultsei-iplion l--.-i.-L*.
in advanoo,either...
l-(illull nf III,.' anl,,.'nl
Adverti-unx lain-- ■
Thougli II iiliiiini- ul 'Ihi: AiiV.imk i
.Unit- open I'm- ll..' discussion uf mailers
piiijlu luloresl and Importance, ive .In tin. nee*
*.-L-aa.,iii> ondome .toy uf Un; niiiiiiuna oxpresso.1.
t'urrespoiide uf i, persona! nature will nni lie
published.
: A cross ill litis s|iai-|. hull*
ealos llml yoiirsiiiisi-i-iplioii
in Una pap.-r lias expired.
MONDAY, OOTOBER ai, lXiKi.
EIIII'ORIAL  NOTES.
Asa resull of pressing represeiitul ions
llllllle by represeiilulives of ibepiess,
tin. ill reel, ualc of ihe Okiinagan and
Spnillllllbllcell     Agril'llllllral     society
bun- iliii-t in in. ,1 next year In adopt
lbe system of placing the mimes of
exhibitors upon ibe entry lick.is,
thereby giving each and every one n
chance of knowing ut n glance the
oivneiship of every exhibit to be found
in ihe i-xhililllou, 'Ihm ihis system
wus not adopted long ago wns perhaps
due lo the regard paid In a few individuals who, lieing uf a diseased turn
Isteniiishipsal  Victoria, going to and
: i lulling IV China.   While every one
uf Mr. Ilnsiock's constituents will l»-
j pleased lo know thut he rises above
mere local mat tern, they at the same
lime will he pardnned fnr expecting
from him mi occasional interest m tbe
affairs of lhe district which llu represents.
 ,..	
VEIINON   EXHIBITION.
(Concluded.)
As evening approached and lhe
crowd in ihe building became less
dense, ii wns pussilile lo make a closer
exaiulualliin of the exhibits, nnd thus
I wus revealed ilu- fuel ihal in ihc frull
I classes prizes hud been won by btli.ll
i well known glowers us Alex. McLillllllli, J. L. Piidhnin, Poslell k Crouse,
Cnlilst renin ranch, He... Whelaii, W.
M, Cochrane, Falher Cornelius Price
Ellison, .1, Thompson, II. Munson, F,
,1, Watson, Lanibly Bros, and others,
whilsl for vegetables, awards were
secured by ,1. Chrislie... .1 Saucier, S.
French, .1. Brenl, D, Mathesnii, It.
li. .bines, S. Soiiiervllle, R. Swift, I).
C. F. COSTERTON
VEIINON, H.O.
General Real Estate & Financial Agt.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Aj.*-<;i.t   Po*p^^
TlIK RtlY.U. INSUIIANCK ClIY.
Tun London and Lancashire Fire
Insurance Cot,
TllU   INSORANCE   ClIV.   UK   NllllTll
AMEllll ia,
Thk London and CANADIAN FIRE
Insorance Coy.
Thk Sun Life Assoranoe Coy op
Canada,
TlIK DOMINIOE BlIILDINO ANI) Loan
Association.
Appraiser for tiik Canada Per-
sianknt Loan and Savings Coy,
GREENWOOD  CAMP
BOUNDARY CREEK, 11. C,
.. Tie Gold Drop Boarding House..
flood Accommodation for Travelers.   First-i-luss Meals Served
flood Livery Stable in Connection.
FRED GRAF, PROP.
nl   miud,  perpe ually   advanced  the ,.    ,           ,, ,           ,. .   ,,
,   ',,. ,              ,.  ,      , .,, Nicholson, (I. spi.-ci, I-. S. Barnard,
llll-nl'V llllll il ilu-uu sol ll x li ilu- ,     ,     ,                    ,1,1 »     ,1.   I
,    ,                 .    .   , lu lbe keen compel iluin lm- Ine best
iocs we nili' known lo the judges        ,           . ,      ,   , .    ,
.,,    ,.,,.    , iwo loaves ot bread,  H was nutlced
II winilllbe.lllli.lt  I.i gel   lui'll   w I.n              ,       ,   ,           m      i,   ii ,,
, „   ,      ,      ..        IiiiiI .ilrs, J, Junes, Mrs, M. McQiinrrle,
would nol impart hilly iu such posil ions,
'Tlmt wu do nol belong lo this croak-
iug und suspicious class of hmnaniiy
we are free lo udiiiil, and llierefore we
highly coiiiiiiend ilu* wise decision of
the diced.mile.   No uinllcr how im
partial lbe judges may be, thole never
perhaps will lle an exhibition held on
earth wherein the uwards will please
everyone, und this being borne iu
miud, all lhe more reason is furnished
for causing as little inconvenience to
llle general public us pussilile. Those
who patronize an exhibition have a
right.lo not, only view the exhihils
placed before ihem, but to know lhe
names of exhibitors, and lids under tlm
present system is all utter Impossibility,
Having laken tlie lend iu llu. unit tec,
il is to be hoped olher sucielies will
follow the example set by lhe Vernon
sociely, so ihal next year lliis fruitful
source of annoyance In Ihose patronizing provincial shows i,my a eel I mi iiiiled.
 +.—
Tun Midway Townsite compiiuy bus
decided lo raise the price of lown bus
ou certain streets, Why Ilia company
bus conie It. lhe conclusion Unit lots
uru more valuable now than lhey haye
lieen any lime iu llie past two years, is j
not known, The Midway T'owiisiie
company has been experimenting in
city building for some time, and so far
their expei-iineiils have only been remarkable as an centuple uf how much
huugdng could be crowded into tlie
shod space of two yeurs,   Whal Hie
townsite needs more limn anything .
. scnlcd Ibaii on some toriner occasions,
else at lhe present nine isu piipuialioo, I
1   ', nud Ihc
and oue  way to  keep  people   troin, ,       .
,      „    ,      .        ...     horses, alilioiigh the
inii-sliiig iinuselthtighereistoraiselne , ..   ,        	
,7       ,,.,.., ,   ,   tisitiil display in tlie cattle classes inline
price ot lots.   \\ lib all the nnluial ad-  ,,.,',, ,
1 ,.,   , i liy ,I, M. Slcelc was iinicli coiniiicnlid
vantages which 111.- towtisllepossesses, i  '       „„   .    ,  ,.,, ,, , ,
,,     , upon,   the herd ot Polled Angus cattle
other plnces  less  tnvoriibly  silualed    , ,, u   , „  J   ,,
, ' ,.,.,-1 shown  liy  Messrs. Pusiell s  Crouse,
have'leeoinc Ion ns, ivhile lhe Mulivuv ; . ...        ..
,     ,,,       ' were noiiced to he m splendid coiuli-
lowusiteslill remains a lanch without.    . .    ,,
...                ' lion, us also were some valuable tmi-
ii ii    irr Killing   lllicll.     ll    is   aboul        i,i,        , •     i       i    ,■      ,,i
,      ,,  , ,■ mats ol llle Ayreslnre lu-ccil ol entile,
lime  tin.  Midway  coiniinnv slopi.cil
'    ,.   ...    shown by \\. 1. Slerling ot Keloivnu
experimuiiliiig uud cumiueuced l.tiilu-      ,   ,,, ,   , ,.   ,
nud which ainiiiala lorm part ot the
J splendid held of milch cows owned liy
.Miss L. llaicrly and others whose
names were not learned were the sue*
iees.al'ul co-npetilors, but so greal n culled lull coiifioiilcd the judges und public, that It was wiih dillicully a shade
of difference could be delected iu very
many of lbe siiinples shown. Bullet,
loo, lor iptalily nnd general excellence
of make up, wus much superior to former years, nnd nil bough the prizes
were awarded lo II. .1. Junes, W.T.
Sterling, G, Lyman and Mrs. Troydle,
yel were lliere ninny samples ou exhibition well worthy high comuieuda-
lion. In ilu- Held pioducedivisions for
grain, lhe following web known growers curried oil' uwands, (I, Whcliin, F.
I B. Young, ,1, Thompson, (i. Lynn, Sir
A. C. Slepl y, M. Hill,  Poslell k
I Crouse aud D. Mulhcsiui, nnd for
general produce lhe snme exhibitors
ciipllired the bulk uf Ihc prizes, In
lhe fancy work department those tak-
I iug llle g!eldest number of prizes weie
| mil iced to be Mis. il. II. Parke, Mrs.
Hurlier, Miss Carswell, Mrs. Nicholson,
Miss Babcock, Miss Cochrane, Miss
O'Keefe and Mrs. Math. son. So large
was lhe collection of work nnd so
iiuiiiertivs the individuals taking single
prizes, it is impossible to enumerate
iinui. A nu mu y glance lhrough lbe
stock yards revealed the fact thai the
poultry exhibit wus tin* poorest over
seen at any show held by lbe sociely,
and also I hat Ihere was a marked decrease in lhe number of suine on exhibit im'.   Sheep were much better rcpre
MIDWAY
Lath and Shingles.
SASH - DOORS.
ROM AND DRESSED
—LUMBER-
P  The trade centre of the Grand gi
g]§J Prairie,    Kettle   river    and W
p}| Boundary creek mining and S
ffl
ffl
m agricultural country.
?m J
m
Mine may be suid of callle mul
absence of lin
ing a lown on business principles.
Assuminu ibnl neither the postufUce
Inspector uur Ids de|.uly would grunt
a pel-mil. for Ihe violation of a contract for carrying lhe mails without
consulting the heiul ol ihe poslollice
deparlineiil. und iilso Ihal. llle post-
iiiiister-geiieral would not give Ilis run-
seui io such violation ot cunlraci
wil lu.ut Iirsl. coiiKiiltiug lhe represenla*
tlve of the district, il might not be out
tliuexhlliilor,
W. DALRVMI'LE
FA1RVIFW, li. 0.
All  Kinds ol  Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
Specially.
J. W. I-JEE1),
fpliieeioealltheHtleniluniifHewbt V/ATCilMAKER and JEWELLER
Bustuck,   iiiciuher of pailiaineiil   for
Yule-Cur -Koolenuy,   ...   U.e  fuel j MIDWAY. B. C.
I hut I wo conl ructs were let. previous lo | Fine Watch Repairing' a Specialty.
All Work Wan-anted,     oll-'.'lll
tUnl .lulu' Insl, I'm-currying lhe mail iu I
lllis dislllet. One of ihese conuacls
wus lo Mnolev ,*,- Av.-ii'l for a service;
bei ween Marcus uul Midway, nud the
in her to W. .1. Suoilginss for cm eying
a Ill-weekly innil belween Peiillcton
ami Grand Forks. Neither of Ihese
is being curried out accoiding to
the agri'l'iiuiul   which  Ihc piuplo of
llu- llislricl were   led    lo   suppose   llllll
hami entered Inlo, Api ari'iitly Ihe two
sluge liin*.- huie I.a uaal a combine nnd
syndicated their Inleresls, ilu- Siuitl-
grass line making ils Icianlinis nl
tlreenivooil City und Ihc Mar.an line
also.lei'iiiiiialesilsruuul ihesmnc pluce.
Iliiubtless this Is n greul. ci>uve|lluhcaI *m'(
lo lhe owners of III.' sluge lines,   doe j Aj'lj '
lessens his  run   ulli ilrs  nnd  lb..
other over twenty, whi.e Midway nnd
Boundary Falls are out just, three
mails each week.
CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION
111'  A
FOREIGN  COMPANY.
■'onipniili-s' Acl. l'ai'l IV. uinl Amending Acts
Eastern Star Guld Mining" Company
(VOItKIUN)
RWHtfTKHKD Till: DOl'll  l-JAV OK .Il l.V,  IHU
I1KHRUY (JKHTIKY ilmi I hnvo tills ilny
AT llli'liiiir U'luliTS wi'i'c t'tllli'll fill'
llit'ir wi'ir a nnnilior nf ms|nn».sil>lt-
piiriii's iu Llli' ilisl.iirt imximis tn gol
tin* t'Diilmcl I'm I'lirryhiK Ihi! mail in*
l.wiMMi Penlichui mid Grand Forks, tind
it Is only irnstiiuilili' lu sll|ip')iw livery
one.if thein tcniii-ird in ^hmI faith,,
anil wilh llu1 i»xpi't'iittion nl' I'ulliHin^
ihc terms nf lii> iigituMiitml hud Hi
Lender lteen nicepled by lhe depui-i
I  IIKHKHY
1  roKbtioruil tlio " IfaHloni KtnvOoW Mliiiny
I'   iKuvi Igti), iindt'i' tlie 'H!fiiii|miiioa
rl IWIli'Ki-imiioii uf Kui'olgn Uom-
I'liucH, iiii'l nnu nit Acta,
Thelii'iuloIII-jouf Hn1 until (' pany lnsltu*
ut oil ul ilu* 1*11 y nl' Hiiukiitio- in Hn- Slulc uf
WnHliliiKlon, U.H. A.
TlioowouLatm' whicli Un* (jorniHiiiylBoilivb*
IIbIiuiI uru: To buy, hcIU own, letwo, pi-oppoct
fur, equip ini'l iipei'iito ntinofl nml uiliiornl
I'liiiuisiii' Iron, gold, bIIvop, ouppor nml otlior
prooloiifl ihoUiIh, nml ulnysinul inliiuralflliavliiB
a eoiiiinorcliil vnluo, in ilu* tcrrkory of Uio
Unlloil Stilton iind nf tin- Province ot Hrltlsli
('u iiinbta, (liuuulu; to Iniv, own, .-ull. Ictwo mill
opcrat o mill*-, uom aiiLrutor^, Bitiultm'Siiiitl oilier
inacliinory and aiipnmliiH for concentrating
and treating wren and mliiornlH. niiilftlHoUibuy,
own. uall, lu.is'. dovolup nnd operate water
riglitH, (lllelics, llnmoH nml watonvays hocoh*
Bary nr propar for the working of llioBaino; to
buy, aw a, bj 1. lyiweaml oporaio all traiinvayB,
raflroadB, riKlii^ of nny nnd other moans <>f oun-
voyant'O aim eotntmuileiUlnii to nml fnnn nny
unit nil propoi'llca ivhleli may lm owned or
ujloasod iiv rt.ii-1 roni|iiinv; to do gonorally nil
i.! mattcrauml Llilngs which may In* nccoswiry or
proper for Hie comnlclo enjoymont ur use of
VERNON HOTEL
Hamilton <
Proprietors	
W'l's.1 Kl.il ol \ /
nnnicil Avenue,    V EFINON.B.C.
White : Help : Only,
First-Class In I'very Respect.
Kvery Comfort nnl Couvoiiionco.
Krco Hus In nml fnnn All Trains.
A Call Solicited.
<±^>
Stable :  ii] : Coririection
STD"izTj^ jB EiS
Should c.i-.rft.i.ftj oonsidc!*
the i.osi of Kici-is!, and
by .i!)U!'i.'.n,tin!l out '.l.ai
a.l [lint's of
BourIi -:- and Eressca:-: Lumhcr,
lilts, ■ Etc,
can bs p-iu'd-^s:-" at ilie
Grand Forks Sawmill,
CHEAPER THAN
ANYWHERE ELSE.
-♦♦*>«-
I -i-s*-ii««M- ir.v.-'x.!f.th'ji'ji-'r.m'Si^i
\ $1 FIREWOOD $1 !
i per load. 1
l r l
l«»»«J*e«"6««««««««»«*S9   «1
G. K. Simpson, Prop,
Mb,  Situa.tcd at the junction of |§j
S the Boundary creek, Marcus m
ffl and Reservation wa^on roads, ffl
B Nearest point to the Colville 8||
_m reservation mines. f$$i
ffl —-   ffl
ffl LOTS AS GOOD  AS GOLD ffl
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of Improvements.
WOTIC'E.
Tin: Last OJIanue Mineiul Claim.
Sltunte In Copper Camp, Boundary Mountain,
Kettle River Mining Division of Yale
District.
TAKE NOTICK llnil 1. W. Austin, froo
miner' ecrllllcato No, 76998, by my agonl,
i. 1. It. iiii-™, I', I,, s.. intend, sixlv days from
Un- ilnic hereof, loauplj lo llio Mining Hocordor
fin-a cerl ill,.rn.i ef impruvemonU, fnr lin. pnr-
peso nf iiliiiiliihif,- n Crown grant tn the above
claim.
Ami furthor take notice Hint action, untlei-
bocIIoii :>7, musl lie oommonood before llie
Issuance of such certlQeato nf improvements.
Iiiiled tills 2nd day of Boptembi-r,   'HI.     21
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of Improvements.
NIITII '1-1.
'I'm: l.axix.iTiis- Minkiial Ci.aisi.
Situate in Central Camp, In the Kettle River
Mining Division of Yale District.B.C.
TAKK NOTICK Ibnl iv,.. .1. M. Taylor, free
llllllCI''! eoi'llllcato No, 112171; (1. VV, II -
bbrgor, froo minor's cortlHoato No. 80320) M.
"I nliolmor, free minor's ocrltncntc Nu, 1)1228,
anil I'hoinai Kirk, tin. miner's cortlnaito X...
iM-.'.'l.iiiiiiul.aiM) days from the dati- licraif,
lnai.pl) loili' iliiiinc llocordor for ft oorUtalo
ni Improvements, I'm- Hu- purpose ol obtaining
a crown griMl lo tho abovo olnlm,
Ami furthor lako notice Hmi autton, under
secllon iii. musl lu- cmiimoi 1 bcfni*.. the
Issunnco uf sueh eoi'tlllcato of impi-ov ments.
linicil Una llli day of Hoptomhor, 1890      27
NINERAL ACT, 1896.
frMfi Fnr prices nnil nil otlii-riiifoi'inatioii apply to k.|j'
ffl C. E. STUART - - ■ AGENT ffl
#.*£.'-)  rf"t-C^.'.'j
CARSON, GRAND 1*1!A lliii':. 11. I
(S,
CRI.TlFICATti   OF   IMPIIOVEB1RNT8.
N"OTIOB3.
Tiii': P(itti:k I'almkb Minekal Cuim.
SlUmtc In Graham Camp, Boundary Mountain, in the Kettle Rlvor Mining Division
of Yale District.
TAKK NOTICK llml I. K. S. Omham, freo
minor'HcorUHctttoNo. 80480, by my n^cnt.,
K. Wollnsloii, I'. li. S., inlenil, sixty iIuVk Imm
tho iluie horoof, tn apply lo tho Mining lto-
cordor fnr it corllttcnto nt improvoniontBi fnr
lhonuvnoBool obtnliilng a crowngrnni tn the
above flaiin.
Ami further tako nolieo thai notion, nnilet*
Hiiciion ;i". must in* commonccd boforo the
iBsuancn nf rucIi cerlillciile nf ImprovoinontB.
Untod thistJud ilay of Soutoinbor. isjiii.    n
ED. DRISCOLL
CARSON, B. C.
Frost and Wilson, Cockshut and Wilkinson Ploughs on Hand.
VERNON gPMNG B^IIH
■srisiEB-roia', b, c.
JOHN HAVERTY & CO.
3P«^oj3-ii*-X©-toa*.S3,
This large ami well equipped brewery has been re-opened
tinder new management anil will supply
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Oertiflciito of   Improvements.
KOTIOB.
Tin.; Tiixas Mineral claim.
Situate in Graham Camp, Boundary Moun.
tain, In the Kettle River Mining Division
of Vale District.
TAKK NOTICK Ihal I, 14. S. Ilralmm. free
minerscoiittlcato No. 81)180, bv mv nt'cui,
K. Wollnsloii, I'. I,. Sa, Intond, sixlj days from
Ihc 'Iul.. Iici'oo", to apply lo lbe lllnlnt' Ho-
earlier tm- n cortillcato nf Imprci-oiuoiiU, fur
ihc purposo nf obtaining n Crown grant to lho
ahovo claim.
And furthor ink'- notice Hint nellon, under
sccllon ;17. must bo comuioucoii before the Is-
snniico of such cortlilcnto of Improvuincuts.
bated this 2nd ilny u( Soptombor, tail.    27
MINERAL ACT, 1816
Oertiflcato   of  Improvements.
3TOTIOE.
■■■ftftfcjtkt1"'
c-
Of unsurpassed quality ami at prices which  will  lie  found
satisfactory tn the public.
Specie! Attention Given to Orders from tie Boundary Crook 0fl^B•^|SJSffi,SS■S3^,l
Tm: MiuiiusoN Minkhal Claim.
Stluated In Deadwood Camp, Boundary Mountain, In the Kettle River Mining Division
of Yalo Hlsirict.
CPAKK NOTICK Hint I.C.ll'R Cra.u,ngent
I- fur ihc Morrison Gold Mining Compmiy,
froo minor's coftliicato N'o, U67tlfl, Intond, sixty
days from Ihc .hue hereof, in apply io tlio
Mining llocoiiler for n cortitlcate nf Improvo-
int'iii-. for tli,- purpose of obUiining n Crown
grain in i nc nbovo clnlm.
Anil finilii'r tnko nolieo Hint action, inslcr
seolton 87, must be commenced before the is.
suaiico of aiu-li cortldcato of Imnrovoiilonts.
Dated Ibis an.l ilny uf Septomhor. 1880,      1
MINERAL AC1',
C Illl I I I'l (A I'14   01-'    ISU'IIOVENISNT'S.
'HA.IS.X.tl
llOlvlllR (lle Dales nn.l I'llll'as of Curls
,..'Assl/.i-,Msi I'lllis, (Iyer uml Terminer und Goncral (l.'li.l Delivery I'm- tlle
ycnr JNIII1.
I'M.I, .ISSlZUS.
i illnloti Thursilny '.'llh Soptomboi'
lllchllold Mondiiy, Shlli Septomhor
ICiiniloo|ia Monday, .il li Ootobor
l.jiinn Friday,llth Ootobor
Vornon Monday, lilhOatolwr
Ni-u IVestmlsloi' Tiiesiluy, lint Novombi-r
Van..ouvcr Mimilay, lllh Novoinbor
Victoria Tuesday, lTlli November j
Xannlino  Tucsiliiy, 21th Novombor
1—mi mm——mim4mKmBc—ats—tUBana4m
ft:   ''2 ft, jfo
* fi|;** aa':  ,..
I- -'ft'ftl'      j     ..    ,,,
^m WM i
COUNTY COURT NOTICE,
Sittings nl the Homily Court uf Vnlo will be
holilon ns follow*.:
Al Mliltt'iiy, Nov. II, 180(1.
Al Osoyoos, Nov. ",  ' slMi.
Al llio lion" uf eleven o'clock in lin1 forenoon
By command,       ('. A. II. LAJI11LV,
Uovor il Olllee, Omiyuos, 11. C, C.
August Mill, isiii.
♦\ MACON DA HOTEL
ANACONDA,   B.  C.
♦       •> ,_, .„..,.,,.,  ,„„
Visil.ns Iii llie Iliuiiiilaiy Cieek Mining Cuin|>s. Stop nl the Aiinenmlii
Good Table  -  Good Beds  -  Good Liriuors -  Good Stabling'
STOTIOB.
'. Tin: Ai.ici: Minkiial Claim.
Sltualeil in Long Lake Camp In ihc Kettlo
River Mining Division of Vale District.
TAKK NOTICK Hull, 1. V. Wolluslon. iigi-nl
Iur Sir Uhiirlcs lluss, free mtuor'ncortttleuto
Nu. o.|.'.l. inli.ii,I. aislv iluvs fi-uln  lhe linl.i
or, lo apply io ihc Mining Stooonlor foi
if
Ami further lake notice llml ncttoli, under
lection37, musl be commciiucd boforo lhe is-
.nun.... uf audi ccrttflcato of [innrovnmoiils.
Datod this 7th day ol Soptombor, IWW.     1
N. Tholl) Iroprietor
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation, | —   mtmppat act iao«
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving' the Nursery |        tummhu au, ltsao
bPOKAN la   !•' A 1- I.s,
I'. < i. liox _Q2, \\.'nsliii|yii,i|
MINE RAL ACT..
Ci-itilii-ati-   ol'  Iniproveiiients.
WOTICE.
Tin: Oun DiiNouii Mixkhal Claim.
Siuinte In lho ottlo Rlvor Mining Division
of Yalo lllstrlot,
TAKK NOTICE that 1. W. A. Cni'iell, fi-oo
minor's ecrllllcato No. 871)85, inlciul. sixlv
. iin. s from ilm ilm,. hnroof, to apply i>. the Qolil
; Commlsslonoi' for n cortiflcato ..f liiiprovoliioiits
for thu purposo of obtaining n crown gi-anl tu
the nbovo olnlm.
Ami furl I,,-1- take notico, thai ml verse cliiiins
must lie sent! in ihc Uold Cnmmissioiior m.l
iielloiieiinniionccd boforo Hie issuance of sntil
I oerlillentouf luiprovcnicuui,
llnleil I his 1st ilny of July, 1801), '.'.'i
Ooi'tifloitto   of   Iniproveiiients.
SOTIC'E.
MINERAL ACT, 1898.
Certificate of  Improvements.
NOTICK.
'I'm: ll'.iii K.iiu.i: Minkhal Claim.
Situated In Greenwood Camp In lho Ketlie
River Mining Division of Yulo District.
AKK  NOTICE llml  ai;
ini'iil.   Tills Ih'Iiik lliHl'iue. «'llv sboulll ih. puvors heroin sol [iirlh.ondforlliocoinlllol ■ -rMsV. NOTICE thai wc. Iliiborl Denzler.
,,    ..    , r, ,    •      •  , "fnK ml mining business, '  I   froo minor's   eorllllculo No.  war. uml
Mr. SliiidKliiss—iiflrr I'lili-iing lulu nn    The enpltnl stuck of th i.l Company Is live Tlinmns li. Jnlmsun, ti  mltirr'  rarlKlonto
.,,,,.„,,., , ,,, a.. ,, ,.,.,.|,,ii, uiih,nnl nf liui.ili'C   ll mild dollars, dliidoil iulu livo No, 03108, Inlend, slxly days from Hm dale
.il-ii. nu nl in ui. .1 iiiiiii iiiiiiii "I  |nl|lllrai| lhol|Bam| Bll,„,,s „r ||„, lml. valuoot horoiif.loi ly lo lho Mining llwnnlerforn
work for n ci'i'tnin -.inn nt liloni'V—lio one dollar each.                                        ccrtlftcalo of lmprovemoiiUi for the purposo ot
,,       ,  .             I.          . .,    V i • Glvon iiiilor my band and sealjof ofllco at vie- obtatnliign Crown grnul to tlio above olaltii.
nlliiweil  In cm   nil  inie-sixlli ul his torln,Pvovlnco of British Columbia, Ihis30th    And fnrlhor lako nolieo lhat nellon,undor
orlKlnitl cuitmcl, or why should Mini- ilay of July, 1603,                                    sootlon 37, iiiiisl bo coininonccd before ilu. Is.
it    • [[..is,]                  s. 1. vii.oi ION.         Bunnco of snob orilfleuto of iinpruvenioiitB.
ley iv AmtI'ii be  ulloiveu :,i .-leirlen Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.   1   Uafod tills 25th day uf Augu-it, 1S0U.         1
OSOYOOS HOTELHALF WAY
Osoyoos, B. C. V*0N-^
 I innw. mii'iiii. msiy uiiyrt ihiiii  tin-  nine uu
T-TTTTY TCi   101171^^? t.,..in.i.vu>it..-mi gr.i-.-..nioi*f.,riiii,riit'.
Tlino    K,.|l-,,.,*etnil     i»i*,,lu*i(-tnr    AV***-. 1   1LE   J.\i V £1 i\  of iin|.i'uvi'in.-iiK far lhe pnrpiise uf obt.il
lllns   r clnci sion,    I injinctoi. a Crown grnnt of tlio nbovo olnlm,
The Hotel is Situated on Shore
of Osoyoos Lake.
Qood Boatipig
Marcus and Boundary Creek Points
-STAGE STATION AND-
GOOD HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
Tin: Dcxiua: Mixiilt.n, Claim.
Situate in Providence Camp, Kottlo Rlvor
Mining Division of Yulo District.
TAKK NOTICK thai I, .hum's Sutherland
free minor's cortiflcato Nn. ui.lll, and
Hubert  Wood, free  minor's  cortillcato Nn
I IIWH. Intond. sixty days ir  ihc date lioroof,
       •'- ": ■" "-*--- tlllcnto
niiilng
And fiirthcr lake nolieo that notion, uiiilor
[ aeetton 87, musl b nnmoncotl boforo the
i issunnco of such cortiflcato of linpi-ovumoiits,
Datod ibis Ullli day of August, ISIHI,        28
NOTICE,
In the Mattec of Gtis Hamlin, Deceased.
TKNHKIIS will bo received by the Ullilor-
Hlgnod up In noon nn lie-i.ath ilny nf No*
vuinbor, re. for Ihc lllirchnso "f the fuilniving
vuinbor, 18011. for Ihoiinrolinsoof tho follon'lng
a.i\d YisKlixg. Best Brands Liquors and CiprsiK^^Kii'ii-Miidili'iliWui^i^rV^'S
Krnpr Mountain Mines close liy. Goorgo K(1„~(i77. Proprietor
'I'lii!    ' PoflBUin,    "(iraiKlnimiiii's    HiiHlle,'
LittioBollo l-uiui',"antl Llio"Oooii."
('. .\.lt. LAMBI.Y,
liulrt Uommlrrwluuoi'. ■    - '
LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
R. W. Deans returned from Vernon
Tuesday.
C. L. Thomet returned fnnn Vernon
on Monday.
Miss Ashley of Wnlurville, Wash,,
is visiting in Midway,
Thus. Atkinson is very iii at Boundary falls, Jim n'illuir is attending
him.
Uolil. Pollard of Russland passed
through Midway Thursday uu liis way
to the const.
Thanksgiving Huy Thursday iWlh
November lnuii iu Canada uud lliu
Uuileil Slules,
Kd. Drlsi'ull of Carson passed through
Midway Monday on his way home
from ilie Venn u fair,
Mrs, C, J, Lundy returned on Tuesday, after spending u pleasant six
weeks' visit in Spokane,
The supplies for Ihu new postofflee
ul. Annul iiiiii iiiinu in on Friday, Jus.
McNicol will lie postmaster,
W, Powers relumed from On. Wednesday, where he hnd been uuguliaiuig
for ilu* purchase of a sun null.
McAuley k Lundy will opeu Iheir
new hotel wilh a bull mul supper on
the evening of Thanksgiving duy.
The Suuduy school at Greenwood
Cily commences next Sunday al 2;M
P. Al,, Miss E. 0. i'hoi'iilicr superintends.
Miss Birnie uf Vernon passed i brough
Midway on Wednesday's stage for
Anaconda, where she will in luiiire
reside,
M. C. Bourne, who has liein in Ihe
wheelwright liusiness here fur the past
Ihree iiiunihs, lefl Thursday for Seattle
where he will winter,
Thus, McAulay returned from taking in the Spokane full- oil Tuesdny
lust, and says the Boundary mineral
exliil.it wus one of lhe best ui the fall,
A. II. Lawder has retired [rum the
hardware liusiness at Anncuiida, L, V.
Birnie having purchased his luteresl,
The firm nuine is now W. J. Armstrong
•& Co.
M, McCualg of Ruck Creek came
down from Vernon on Wednesday's
.stage and went on up to Aunconda
lo look all er his milling inleresls up
tlle creek.
J, Stevens uf Anaconda returned ou
Tuesday from Spokane, where lie luui
l.eeu making ai-raiigemelits for the
Iransl'er of lhe Kiu.li Uill, Lincoln nud
City of I'liris cliiiins.
A .Suuduy school hi conneclion wilh
(lie Presliytciinn cuilgl'l-gilllutl wus
•opened in Midway lusi Sunday, uud
hereafter will be held every Sunday
morning ill 10 o'clock.
Road Inspector Cuppnge is making
nu olllcinl lour of llie disi.icl. ll i.s
|>rul.ul.Ic he will come lo llieeoiiclusinn
thul llle roads uud trails need Biiuie-
thing more llinn Inspection.
W.  II.  Rickards, acting  townsite
agent, received a Idler Wednesday
lusi froui A. K, Shunt, saying Hint lhe
•company   was  lunv  iu  u position lo
•carry mil the scheme fur pitting water
on lhe tocnaile, and Ihul. the price of
lots mi Fifth street would he raised nu
liis ret uru.
 ►»-<	
MINING   NOTES.
E. A. llieleiilii'rg is doing develnp-
lin.nl work on the Kootenay, Cnllliu*
i.iu and Auucouda claims in Dead wood
camp with very favorable results,
E. II. Brown has finished assessment
work on the Iva Leuore In Deadwood
camp. The work consisted of u 12-
fool Itinnel on the vein. Surface assays went ns high us $ltl in gold,
E. Shinier uf Chicagoanil F. Hldderuf
Il.'lroii passed through Midway mi
Tuesday Inst, They are on a tuur Inspecting the camps uf the district, having come from Okauakiui and Kruger
mountain,
Jus. Kerr returned lasl week from
the west fork of Keltic river, where
he and,I.C. Dale hud been doing developinenl work on lhe Oarini and
Butcher Boy. He rcpurls (be claims
improving wiih depth,
lu last week's issue an oi'l'ill'OCClll'I'ed
ill referring to tliu No, 7 iu Central
cninp. The sliiteiiient thai "siirfaco
ah..wings on the claim were SiKI feet in
widlh," shuuld have I n   "800 leel
of visible showings,"
Strung nnd llaiinnliaii have struck
pay dirt on llieir placer claim near lhe
Kenr ranch, hut m-u unable lodo much
sluicing on account of low wnter.
They inlend running n luniiel Ihis
winter unil expect In strike rim in Ics-
t linn 100 feet,
Spokesman - Review i " Boundary
creek makes ilie largest, display of
mini-rills. Aboul sixty mines are represented in llie exhil.it, nml Ihe wonderful resources of that disirici can In-
seen on the two tallies upon which the
display is grouped, ,1. (I. Huns is lu
attendance nil lhe lime und it is In his
energy und pi-rsevei cnci- thut I lie dis.
piny is due."
The Kunli Hill claim in Greenwood
cnmp bus been bunded lo P. P. Buck
and olhers of Sherhrooko, P. (J., for
.WOO, 10 per cent, cash, and lhe bill*
mice in (wo equal Instalments iu six
and nine months. The owners of the
claim are Henry While, 0, ,1. Lundy,
John Stevens 'ind M. W, I'lilinersloii,
The Knob Hill adjoins lhe Old Ironsides, unil uns located in July, Will, liy
Henry While.
Tlie owners of the Lincoln uml (lily
of Paris in White's camp have bonded
tbe claims In California capitalists for
|36,000. They are adjoining claims,
The Lincoln was located in August,
18111, liy Henry While, and I hn City uf
Paris by Mat tint (er in the snme month
and year,
Messrs, Douglas. Atwood and Wake
have recorded live cliiiins, all located
within a mile of tbe llolel uf Rock
(heck, giving good assays in gold,
copper und silver. The counlry around
Rock Creek bus been prospected fur
years and hundreds of prospectors
must have passed within ll few yards
of I he ledge on whicli lhe local ions
were made, Mr. Atwood did mil find
lhe murk of a pick on the whole five
locations, while further hack the country   for  miles   had   been   lluiioiiglily
prospected.
 ►-•-.	
VERNON FALL RACES.
SECOND DAY,
As anticipated, the second day's
races under lhe auspices of the Vernon
Jockey club, were of u much mine
siili.sl'acloi'y character than I Imse of
the first day, ns besides being favored
wilh the lhiesl kind of weather, il
much larger crowd of people was in
attendance, and lhe events contested
drew furlh horses nf u highei order
than lhe previous performances,
That the meet taken ns u wbule ivns
nol equal lo Ihose of former years cannot he denied, but can be accounted
for frum the fact thai nwing In mishaps some of the best horses did uol
put ill un appeai'iince. By local sports
lliese hud boen relied upon lo give
(-est. to lhe entertainment, uud when it
wns made kiiuivn thai they would nnl,
he competitors much disappointment
was fell.
Reciprocity having won the mile
race the day previous, was burred oul,
therefore fo the starling point, in the
half inile heal nice the Hrst race of lhe
day, best 2inB, came Chilcntin Tom,
Rob Roy nnd Shamrock,   After considerable scoring the  trio gol away,
nnd hnd uol  Shamrock reverted lo u
iilfle old lime trick, no iloulil a good
nice would bnve lieen put lip, bis hulling  Ihe   I nil-It   soon  lifter the  start
caused  him  to  be distanced anil the
bent went toChilcoltn Tnui, ivilh Roll
Roy a good second. Iu the seen id bent I
Rob Roy asserled himself and came in |
an easy winner, and kept up the per-
I'nriuiince  by  inking the third  bcutl
also, although it uns dime mure foci
I'orni's sake.   'lime, 52, 51 nnd  1.0.1.1
Purse, $150.
Upun lhe next nice, the free for all
I Irolling or pacing, mile heals, best 11
in lice, much inleresi centered, ns old
und new performers were lo he found
mining lhe conlcslunls. .Snohomish
Bay, Carrie S. nnd Waller E were
brought out, and ns the spectators
wero familiar willi lhe first and last.
horses mentioned, much iittcnflon Was
paid to llle Utile strange hay mure,
Carrie S. She sunn proved herself I
wnrihy of tlie regard besluwed upon \
her, usii more level, prelliec or swifler
performer hud never heeu seen upon
lbe Vernnn track, She bud nodiffl*
cully in capturing three sit nighl heats.
Time, 2,2:«, 2.211 and 2.25.   Purse, $250.
Ill tlie next evenl, lhe llininiile class, I
trotting or pacing, mile heals, best ll j
in 5, were entered Naughty Ben, Mary, I
and Maud Bell, As mny well be ex-:
peeled, Maud B.-ll captured the prince* I
pal part of the trophy of $150, and yet'
Ihe performance of Mary elicited admiration, as in tin- lasl henl she ciiuie!
inan extremely gnnd second in 2.50.!
Time, H.I 14,11.02 and 2.5(1.
The eighth on the programme, and
llie last..f the meet, was the hurdle
race, nnd the perfiirmiince of lhe green I
ones contesting caused much  inerri- j
ment among those assembled nl seeing >
horses take hurdles as if tlu-y enjoyed
lbe sport. Shamrock Monfonud liver-
green were entered, aud wilh the exception of Evergreen, the perfuriuance
mighi be classed us jumping iindei instead of over the hurdles,   Even Evergreen's lime, trials and tribulations, it
is besl nut lo record, as ill ll genuine
hurdle nice her behavlntit- wuuld huve
heen considered infra dig,
. , , 4
A lew Drag Store
Wo beg to Inform tho public tlmt wd Imvi*
oponed our new Drug store ami boIIcII ft Bhare
of tholr pul i image.
Bujlng tlwga is chtifoly a mallei* of confl-
di'iii'c, iwin no othor buRhton Ib sophistication
easier; nor does nny other avenue afford EO
reaily aincansof disposing of worthless articles.
You can buy a pair of shoes for $1 or for Sin.
tt Is entirely a matter of quality. There is as
much difference in lhe quality of drugs us
there is in shoes, exeepl in purchasing one you
can use your own, judgment, and in buy iug the
oilier you are entirely dependent upon lhe integrity ami,judgment of tho druggist. Iniuio
ease it is only a matter of comfort nml appearance, und in llie olher frequently of life or
ilonth.
If you want ihe purest nml besl drugs obtainable, we solicit your patronage] if you want
the cheapest, we cannot accommodate ynu.
If you need motllolno, you need tho besl nnd
puresl obtainable, compounded by n skilled and
experienced prcscrlptionls!, with the most
Bcrupulous care and lldeliiy,
Human life may he in the balance and tic*
pendent on Ihe prompl action of the remedy
prescribed; anil If lhe littler lie not of standard
strong th and purity ihe physician's skill Is of no
mail, and the patient fails of improvement.
We carry a full line of patont medicines, invalids' specialties, loilet requisites, elc. in great
variety,
Mai! orders receive prompt nnd careful at*
tetltlon, and anything nol in stuck will be procured at onoo wil hunt extra charges.
fl. N. TAYLOR & GO.
Tiie Ppsscription Pharmacy
Koi- S:ilc,tt^
I APPLES
I PEARS
1 PLUMS
Alta Vista Fruit Ranch!J, McNICOL'i£
UkaI.ik in
General  Mex»clxa*xi.cl.if3e.
Agent koh
THE GIANT POWDER COMPANY, SAN FBANCISCO,
I'nWDKn ftiAGA&NE at Anaconda.
•/Iv *!> /I?/I?^Iv ?I> */jv */Jwl> Si?
Write for Prices to |
J.   L   PRIDHAM.I
belted
ROCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OK HOC'-. I'HW'.K.
XX.   FitteudplB-h,   T*XK_-.
Kius'i'-I'uss  ACCOMMODATION  run llri'srs.
GOOD STABLING
•WExoollolll l'lslllllgop Keltic Hivcr. ."•»
MIDWAY AND ANACONDA B. C,
H. WRIGHT
GttBKNWOOD City, li, C
Send Your Order to
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones
For Implements, Wagons,
Buggies, Sleighs Etc., Ete.
Floor and Feed, Hay and Grain.
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $50
an acre, well improved.
Lequime & Lloyd-Jones. Kelowna.
ARMSTRONG HOTEL,
H. KEYES,  Prop.
Gmid Acciiinni(i(l;it,ii.n,
Hest Liquors and Uigurs.
First-Class StillilinR,
ARMSTRONG  B. C.
Anaconda, B. C.
Repairing Neatly and PrompUyBoDB
Order- by stage s| nelly allendcil lo. Addns
RENDELL & CO.
GENERALS
^.MERCHANTS
Greenwood City and Boundary Falls, B. C,
YOU CAN GET A
eal
FOR 35 CAT
Graham's
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
J.   J.   ^SVBITE
PROPRILlTOK.
Centrally Located Stopping Place lor Three Ditferem Stage Lines.   Nc
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comlortal.le.
Strictly Firat-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
tail Stiilili.;
Aiiiicoiiiin, ii, C.
s. a. sum k C8
(Successor* lu [{. X. Taylor)
iiiisis and Druggists
Vernon, B. C.
K.oop-1 rii'st-niiis., stunk nf
Drug's, Chemicals,
Job Printing,
'TIIK ADVANCE.'
AT THE**—	
ANACONDA .
SAWMILL . .
ANACONDA, B. C.
Patent Medicines
...
and Toilet Articles
Prompt and Careful Attention
—IIIVKN tu—
MAIL ORDERS.
I'OSTO-mOK mix 111.
-mi*-rsrxi-*w»\r'K-.intwn
NOTICE.
NOTICE is herein- glvon llnil sixlv -lays
iifuii- iluin. I liilen.l lni.|i|ilv lo tlio Clilof
iuu win iiuu ,u icabuii-icoiiimliwloiior ,.f I ils mul Works for nor-
i mission ii) pnrohnso tic following lands,situ*
.1,1,      ■      n   I *    I      r tilnil in the Os'iynns ilivision ol Yalo lllstrlot:
able puces all kinds ot   ..um,, .-,-.,,.i.*,i ,.,,,-ii,.,. ,,t tho m_t imit
ol sootlon 19, lownshlp 68, anil nil lie iiniiucu*
pled porll if ihc ensl Imlf nf soctlnn 21,
liiivnshiphT. JOHN CAMl'llEI*-,.
July llh, 1SHS. 2ii
NOTICE.
Rough and
Dressed Lumber
Shingles, Mouldings, iteJSll^sffi^^
°       ' D   ' IqMiiiul.silliiilodlnlhoOsoyoosdlvlsloiipfyalo
A Call Solicited.
A.R.TILLMAN,
GREENWOOD
Is I he Cenl nil Tiiivn'nnil Supply I'uiiil nf the tiiilinnill'V
Cieek Mining Oani]M.   Fi'iim lliis New Tuivn nuuls
len.l I.i lhe
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
l.iits ure Selling Freely nml n     ll (..mil Investuient.
Fur Price -if Lots nnil Oilier [nfoi-nml.inn, Ail.lress
ROBERT   WOOD,
(Ireeuivii.i.l (Illy, linuiulaiy I'reek, H, ('.
Or Apply in Agenla,
c.
Costkrton, Vernon, II C.
A,  K. Stuakt,  Vancouver,  li. (.'.
district, unit inoro unrtloulnrly doscrlhul n
follows, viz.: Tho norlli h-ilf of Bootlon 27 and
llie iiniiiil li.ilf "f soolion HI, township til, cop*
slslliigoftllilnoim \V, H.NOltltIS,
:   Midway, Sopl I, IBM. '-'7
. B. PAT
When iipplyiii-r for I'i'iiivii grunts fm-
iniiii-riil I'hiiiiis, ri'ipii-sl ilmi ihe s.i ni,-
lie   nilverliscil   in  TllH ADVANCE, till'   "
illlclally   I'l'i'iiglllzell    |inper   nl'   llie
list i-ii*t.!
Prop. ■        the nahonal       i| >
~T^T»r..-K        iMATTE  SMELTER.|| _  FURNITURE..  1
General Blacksmith,
WAN T E D
AT ONCE
qijv    1Y1 EL vi
In Hn. llinuiiliii-y Crook Dlslriol m know
llml llu.
€3-a?eenriL-«<(7 ood   CJi-t^r.
m
Columbia street, Greenwood City, li. C, bus
opened with a nlcoHtook of Grooorlos, CJgare,
Tobacco, SUitlonory, etc. A call ia respectfully
solicited.
OLSON &PHELAN
P. ti. JAOQUE8,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VEIINON. ll.C
APnVmnUI»
MIDWAY, B. C. oojiprr, Kid I silver ores,   In   locnliilos
ii'luirolond mas nml fuels aro sciircc uiidal-
,,,,.,  ,    , „ ,    ., ,,    iposl iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.li.,our pi'rlttc, water jnokctoil
A   Khid  o  Wnrk hsoo d to tlio Bulls- MalloHinoltorliwboonrroopliiod irlfli highly
tai-llonol i us icrs. ni-Wm-lory resulm, anil lm* boon llmroi«h|y
wn-.tr».*4n,_,_.*4.iM^—K___ta4IM.m,4_L.    Ii-li.l nil I'tll'lollS piTitlc, *ill|llli,lr lllld arflOlltdo   ———  ■	
Mi'l'li 'I'l. ores, iiu'a|iiiclly..f''l..ni in f oro per .Int. i
»"",il,f'i,»i,i|''"'I,"'.'I'1-''11"'' i;""1-1"! >l iiTTfrnflAn onmnT   greenwood city
iiiothad of gold and pllvororoiuattiniruiiflonn-l \M I 11 IflLllllJ   1^,1 'il'l'll
I'i, W. II. Nnrils, ,1, l>„ mul ||, 11. Sid-   coiltmllnit Ilinl la knnvrll I
,,... ,,  ,» Ii ronulros im oxlmordlnnfy akin, nn lorn! i
' ' ' hits, nu llnslnu umlcl'l.il I no fuel lifllliy
Oenti.bmkn i 1 lii'ii iii horoby nlvo y lotloo' I.imi for il Itor ufn t ll Is stnrtotl, Tlio
ilmi I mi. n.l, ni lin xi >ii Hm; ul' llio Moons. Iiilnir iii Ibo oro I* lls minimi fml only, and
Iiiki'iiiii-i, n. beheld f.,r llio lowor pi.rli.ui,if llu cosl bus no comparison .villi any olhorpro*
Iho Osoyoos dlvbil f vnlo dlslriol, lo apply cobs of co nitmtltig.
for nlioousofoi' tho snlo of liquors iitiny pronil-     Wc hit proparod m turiilsh nny size or cases noar Oanip Malllnitoy, pnclty plnni cninploto lo snlisLnnltnl mlnitiu
.1.1-. Mii'l'liliY.    ponplo, sot It up nnd furnlsl rmoii Id run fi
Ootobor 80, Isim. :t   . lor ihcni on easy nuyiiionls,  Prlcos mid sporlll.
""""'" fiirnlshoil wilh r.'f
I inonlnlsop appllonlfon,
'' i National Oro & Reduction Co,
G. L, SEYMOUR A CO., Pi     -
. . STniCRY   FIRST-CLAfjS
6720 Clu'telilinln Avrlillc. KI. huilis. Mn.
Manufacturers of Furnaces
itbd ns ina Main Hoaii h. Coi-pbii,
"ll"1'""' ""•"'JiiB.i.ii HKruiiK, liuiaiswiiiiii. LiiMi Terms: $1.50 to $2,50 per Day,
I.AKi: ami oriiiai Ilui'Miiiiv Ciii'.ia; ('luea.
NOTICK is horoby given Ihal, sixty days
nftor date, I liitona to apply In the Chief
Commissioner uf Latids and Woira for poriuls-
sion Ul purchase tho following doncrlhod Imctl foil
uf iinui, simmc In lhoi nullum port! .1 ilu Nickel, Copper, Gold, Silver and Lead
o.iiyuiisili.iaiuiiiifYnledlBlrlct.liilhol'rovhicc     -,,,        "   mivs
of llriiish r.iliiinliiii: All tho inn uploil  ■-      'm «■!»*.».
li I ilia aaa! llllll ul SOOlioll 8, toWllsllIPIB,
ami iill lbe miocoupiod portion uf tho oasl half
il'scciiini 7, township III),conlnltiliig Bllaor
liiul-c in-less. I. TIIII-.lr.SIIN.
Midway, Ootobor il, 18M, 7.
SITUATION WANTED,
Aii oxnoi'Ioiicod cook uud bouaokoopcrdeKlrc
ii Mltuniliiii.   I''ur imrlleiiliirs nml  referciiee
apply in person or by lottor lo
\1HS. \V IC, LYONS,
35. Okatiiuran l''nll>. It. ('-
NOTICE.
Lust, near l>ui{ Lake, two HkIiI grft) wurk
horses, ono branded with a circle S on lofi
nhouldor, nud tno other branded 5 I with a
U bur under un lefl Bliouldor.
Any ono returning said borBos lo Mr.Snod*
graaB, Okanagan KulU, will receive a reward uf
$20from thoownors, K, JOIIN'SON,
HOTEL KALEMALKA
.   .   -   VERNON, li (',---
PADMOKE & PEEI-JS    -   -    -    I'K't U'K'l la'rt-k >
rlSm, THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE INTER1   ■■ VERNON FALL RACES.
KIIIKT DAY.
Under the auspices nf llie Vernon
JiK-ltey dull, lhe first races nf the full
ineel look plnci- ml Ocli.l.cr llllll, thill, iy preceding I lie npening (if Ihe
Okiinagan .nnl Spulliiuiclieeii ngricul*
tnral exliilution. The attendance was
nut so large as on foi iner occnsiiins.liiit
111. lllllll.t Lllis ivus illHlll'llcell hy llie
Ilirealciiing.staleof llieivt-nllicr. which,
all In.iuh il tliil not rain, uais damp
ami chilly tlll'ullghiilll llie il.iy.
The Hrst race, ihe five furlong dash,
luoiighl Iwo io ihc stalling post-Op-
jiosiliiui nnil Mayflower— lo contest
for the purse of $12(1. Tlu-y were tine
specilllelis of hlll'SO Hesll, null looked
Very pretty ns lhey scored fur llle
evenl. Whal might huve heen an extremely Interesting nice turned out to
lie a very painful evenl, us no sooner
llml the horses been given u Llllt't Hllll
were well under uuy, I linn Miiylloiver's
rider- -Ollvei—wus seen lo he in Iniiihle
iiud soon he ivns precipitated lo lin
ground wilh greul force, The elfecl
ofllie lull   lulghl  mil  llill'c heel) w'l'l
Edward,  Copper cuuip, Jus. Bruce
| and Theodore Will.*.
OCTOBER ID.
Olyiuplu,   Summit   camp,    I).   M,
Snyder.
Mountain Lion, Cedar creek, James
Proudfoot.
Oro Finn, Ruck creek, Jim. Al wood.
Hecla, Koek creek, John Douglas,
Apache Chief, Hock creek, Thomas
Wake.
Oracle,   Khnberley   camp,  Archie
Muloney.
Black Diamond, Kiinlieily camp, (i.
Henderson.
Prince George, Copper cuuip, C. 11.
Brown,
M-.nl.-/-.iiiiiii. Mamillary  Pulls, John
Hnrris.
Ida, Puss creek, JI. T, Steward.
0BBTIF1CATKB OF WORK,
(ll'I'OIIIill 111.
Minnie Harris, I). VV. Hicks,
Union, Julius I.unznn.
Viiiicuuver, P. ti. llni-nnrd.
niTiilinit II.
ll W, I). VV. Ilolluook.
■   IIITllllHII   15.
lliili Hoy, A. VV, Siullli,
FLOURf    4IFL0UR
ft-
mis. Iiiii owing li lini nl' his 'h-j   Slurof the Wesl, A. W. Sinilh,
ing li.iH.ird, he ciiuie  Iii  the ground! OOTOllER 17.
jusl ill from of his mount,, which In    G"ltl Bu8' Wl1' Sll,ilh "''' N' '''
passing over  him   hilliileil   wilh her   ''"Hanlc.
hoofs Some very serious pijuries, from I   ^l.imhla, M. Oppenheiii.ei'.
which ilis feared ihe fiivorlle young L Lf '"K'""' °*W* »"»' wgoi-, J. M,
rider   will   nnl  recover.    This  evenl l'".^'"-'  r""»'  K"'ke  i""1   M' °II'M"
Ihreiv n gloom over lhe mealing,which ! '"-',l'11''"-
noiieoriheHiihseipii-iilev s.allhniigli     G"lllen  Rl"'f-  "'  M'  Jnhn»u"'   1!'
exciting, was nhle Hulk-pel.   The race  Heeveshach, R, Wells. A. Cartel' und
Squire Clicsutn.
TRANSFERS,
We have commenced the manufacture of Flour and are in
the business to stay, and we now offer the following brands for
sale: Hungarian, XX XX, Strong Bakers and Superfine.
Also Bran, Shorts and Chopped Feed.
Patronize Home Industry and keep the money in the district. Our Hour has been pronounced the superior of any now
manufactured in British Columbia.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong, B. C.
We Handle Hardware and Hardware Only.
ARMSTRONG & LAWDER
Hardware, ■ Tinware - and ■ Stoves
ANACONDA, B. G.
Otlx*   Stools:   of
Crockery, Glassware, Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
Bellows, Anvils, Heating nud (look Stoves, Wiiodeinviire, Sash
and Doors, Paints and Oils, hns heen selected tn ineet the
requirements of the country, nnd wdl he found must complete,
Specialties
Jessop's Steel  (any size); San  Francisco   Powder,
Caps and Fuse; Miners' Outfits,
„  iwa.     I
ffl
i*'1'}'***-!
: Any order in the Tin or Iron Line will secure our
Prompl  und Careful Attenlion ill  ll  lleasoualile Figure,
ffl Armstrong „ Lawder, tlie Hardware, Tin and Stove Men, Anaconda.
gwa i
of ciiuinc went to 0;i,i nil inn.
The open lint, heals, hest 11 in 5,
hroiighl out -M uul Hall, a much-mi-
mired dappled gray inure, and Waltei
H, n well known horse on the Vernnn
truck. Nn Irnuhle was experienced in
gelling llmse horses under way, yet
ilgalu it misfoi'lnni' came lo one of lhe
contestants, ns jusl nflcr starting the
gray mare's sulkey hroke down, and
Walter li look the licit nit limit u contest. Owing lo Ihis accident distance
was waived und ull liets made ou Ihe
lietit were deelnred nil. The purse heing
u good one, $2IK), il goes ivilh.ml .saying
lliallheij.ee was uu interesting une,
nnd those who luui Imagined lhat
Walter 10. lind nol uii-l his mulch wine
greal ly disnppulnted, as in ilu- nexl
three heals the dapple gray hud il all
her own way, Inking Ihem straight,
one afler nn.ilhcr. Tune, 2.;l"..l, 2,34
anil 2.1111.1.
The nexl evenl wus the mile and repeal, lies! 2 ill II, fur a purse uf $200,
This evenl hrnuglil lo Ihe scratch
Reciprocity, Shamrock und Evergreen
m
m
RAILWAY, MINING AND g
AGRICULTURAL CENTER OF
se Kettle Biver Country
OCTOBER 11.
Seal He, lis pendens, Predcrirk Punks | JffSjjj
v. II. Clark. iUftlgf
OCTOBER 15. Ypjfi
Ooliiiuliian, 1 Interest, R. 11. Farrell \fsjiif
K. VV, R. Murray. ]___.
Single Stiuiilui'd, J inleresi, C. P-j])*}"
Simpson In Olius. B. Huff. KSls	
The last, all interest, A. 1<\ Leiinudei- jWfflS
tu the Eastern star (Inld Mining o.     j&jjk   Lots on Easy Terms to Actual Residents.
Prens, iill interest, A. P. tienander SyS    ———————4————w—m——w——————m ■,-*—.,.——.*",
iu Eastern Star Hold .dining Co.        Was For Particulars -Apply to
October iii. r"res! :
Undine,), inleiesl, Ross Thompson JKjSi
Lo liuhen Wells. g$g
Sunsel, J interest, Thos. McDuunell  PUM
lo Waller L. D'Ealll. ifejg
October 17. i s»*Vw
Crown Silver,  Mil interest, Thos,
McDonnell to Waller I*. D'Buth.
! oorouEit 111.
Single Standard, 0   K. Simpson to
Chus. P. liulf.
Hunch (trass, .', inleresi, T. B. Perkins to D, J. tdi'Diiuald.
ffl
m
ml
m
Pentieton Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
ffl
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
is
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
m
A. K. STUART,   on to    r. fj. ADAMS
Ag.i.Hlueal'.d'frniil.leiiaisi-xnerhmce.lj    Atlantic, all liileresl, ,I.J. F.owrni.y
ill gelling Evergreen to make a starl
Inli. Henderson anil li, Murray.
"hutaft'ei^iHnVnii'suiuelime"lliey|   Oupper King, all -est, (len. Lynch
got away,   Prnni 111.* wire Reciprocity i '" "' Miiynionl,
 k lhe lend, uud nil hough Ihc olher     Lllst t;hil"1'"- "' ''■  ■'"•''»'''>""•■ lo
horses sti'iive hard, lhey were iinuhle  Mil>' W. PidineisHnu  ^
In overlnke lhe Utile hluck, wlio ciiuie     .,,, , ,    . .
,    ..       . . . ,,        When applying lnr crown grunts for
under the wire an easy winner ot the!    ■      ..'..-"       ...."..
"I"11'1' »•"' IS>- »■""""' "r ll,e ! iniueral claim's, requesl ihul "the same
heat. Time, 1,624, Tlie secniul hciit 11,,. advertised In Tiie Advance, Ihe
Wttsarepclitinn of the Iirsl, and wiib| officially recognized paper of lhe
easily taken liy Reciprocity, amid the
applause of lhe spectators, Time, 1.51.
The fund ll uud Insl nice of the day
wus Ihe half inile Irol for British Co-
Innil.ia iwieyeiir ulds, and iillliiiugh
the same standard of excellence ivns
nnl observed In helling lo this year's
crop as lasl, u very good race was put
district.
j   I*. McLEOD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Eti
*
RKS
loyal Hotel, Grand Forks, B. C.
M. !•'. KOIXIKK.   PJIOPRIKTOR.
Good Accommodaiion and Moderate Charges.
1ST© *OSs.i2a.'BS8© I3[©J.p*.
Finest brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.   Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.   Saddle Horses a Specialty.
/-~\
(e)        ®        GEO. P. MIMS, Proprietor.
CakfiPEMSidL J-ao3?iis:s, XI. G.
QTRICTLY piRST QLAS3.
(g) JERMS 81*50 AND $2*00 PER DAY*
Prospeeta' Livery, hi and Sals State;
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER,
First ('lass AmmuiuxhiUnu.   Good Stub! tag,   Terminus of Slag*,1 Lino
from Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
Grand Prairie Hotel
up, lhe favorite from slnrt In lllllsh T   T M Tl | [   I   Iff 11 8
heing   ,,   Utile   n,o,,s,,c,,ln,,d   uuircljj j }|| || Jj I lit Jj !
mimed Bessie, oiv I  l.y 11, Nicholson j **" * ■*•
CARSON, KETTLE Hivr.lt. II. ('.
Grand Forks, ii. o., Bciow the ijridg,-. iSituate in tlie Iiiniisfliate Viciojty of tlie Boundary Creek Mines.
-•• -,*, iLivery Teams, Saddle and Pack Horses and Ladies' Saddle Horses First.classaccommodationWe7ra;eiing Public sta^eLines
Hay, Crate and Wood for Sale. to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
Teaming of All  Kinds  a  Specialty, mclaren bros.     ....     proprietors
of Okiuiiigaii .Mission. The nlherlivn
were Bnsfuck and Alice. Bosloek,
owned hy Mr. S.  McAuley, looked u
If you wunl. to point up n eahin,
promising horse, hul lie-sic set lhe j plaster a house or hiiild a founilaiiun.
rail foe lime al
Geo. T, Wells' Lims Kiln
Office, Rcnilell&Cu's,Store,
Boundary Fulls, 11. ('.
NOTICE.
pace, und was nni overtaken in any
of lhe three heals, which she look iu
1.17, 1.48 and 1.85J,
■ 4.4	
KETTLE RIVER rillNIN' DIVISION.
Record of Mineral Locutions for tlio Week
Eliding October la, 1896.
OCTOBER 14,
New St,  .Maurice, Central ciunp, I-I,
la-fever.
Ili,i.|„,il    I',,,,,,,,,   ,.. ,,„„    iv   ia   |,'l„i   I MOTICK is hciTcliy ill veil ll.nl, slxly ilnys
lleiiieit, luppci  camp,  H..S. 1'lel-  ]\J   ,lfllT ,,„,,. |„., r, I Intend to apply u> llio
ther, i llini..|.|ililc ihc Chid Cominlasloiior at hnmls
,..    ....       ,,.     ,.      .,      ,.    ,       .uul Works far pori-Mon 1- pnrchnso ono
I'lendilly (Iraeliniiull, Deidivond hundred and sixty ncros, mora or hm, of Innd,
.■iniil W ti li'leiehei. slluatotii thoOjoyomlllvisloiiot Vnlo lllstrlot,
camp, w.o, iniinii. In tlio Prov oof IIi-KIbIi Colmubln, visa
Ulla, Cupper camp, w, S. Fletcher     Coininonoliig al llio -th ivosl cornor of tho
llill'lll .Vila' qlllM'tOI- i.f p-cclton IllllCtOOIl, t.il.ll-
OCTORE11 In, I shl|isiNiv-i-liilit, riintilng ill north twonty
,,,,„,„„„    ,,' ,1,    l„|, I.    ^    ,,*  , i-llilina. llicnc" cum  fnrly chllins, llirnra snlllli
Montana, I i-tli July creek, S, L' • | nisiy dIhiIiw. iiiopo or laM, lo the 'Hi hank of
Henivoilh. i Kiillliirlvor.II conn ii  •Ih-ti-ciilorlydlroo.
,       ,. .,    ,.  ..   .   „ ,. , lion, f ll-lllgllll Ierhigs.il river n. pninlnf
Mny Qt n, Norlh Folk, II. D,.Iniies, i ooiniiioiieomont,     IIItlllAlll) J. IIA VIES,
Unnsei'Vllliie, I'ass crack, Will.   p,|   llntodllitolillhilayof Boptoinhor,W,    II
Kennedy.
Morning Glory, Pass creek, 1'runk
llalliiii,
shnigiiii. Skylark camp, \V, Rmve,
Geo, Hiid-ley mid II, Tliuinus,
(ICI'OllEll 111, B
Scull, Buck -ii-i-k, II, .1. Scull, Tiik .Iimiu, Minbhai, cuim,
Soiioin. i l-'racl ion |l'racliniiiil|, Copper, situntod in Coppor Camp, In tho Kottlo
cnmp, M, Munis. |   Rlvor Mining Division of Yulo District.
„   ,     „   "f"""1' ";     ,  „ TAnwWTT»K% Wu have Jusl. ope Illie, ve hotel at Greenwood Cily, n ire prepared
*, I'l-kn I'raclion (lr„ciii,n,il| ( oppci .,.,,,. s,,,m,>. ,A.ii.,;,i,.|i,f,..,.,, ,.,,.,.!,,, „,,|,. KUl.s(s nud provide good iiccumiiiodalloii,   (J I OnUii-liig,   Firsl
eninp, Wm. Billion, lv"'"' ' -.'"■...--'■• -	
FURNITURE!
CHEAPER   THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS,
TWO CARLOADS JUST ARRIVED
—*UPHOLSTERING~"^
ROSSLAND, E3. C. VERNON, B. C.
THE FASHION
FEED - LIVEpy - jp - S/liiE, - SJJIBbES
GREENWOOD CITY.
Always on hand Good Single and Double Drivers, Ladies'
nnd Gentlemen's Gentle Saddle Horses.   Pack
Horses for Hire.
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates.
VERNON LIVERY, FEED ANfl SALE STABLES
_^^it.e<^-.^it_V_?.9i2.>i_^
Good single and double drivers and  saddle horses. Ladies'
MINERAL ACT, 1896,
Certificate of Improvements,
NOTW B.
u.^4_^-_i."jr'*ge,4.fr^_-r/ j.
TH E ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
PIONEER-HOTEL
Gkrknwood Citv, Houndauv Ckekk, !). ('.
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 and cattle sold on commission
Dealer in hay and grain; wholesale and retail, All kinds of
heavy teaming attended to,   Corner Mission and Tronson sis
VV, Gardner, Proprietor.
I,vn.l
Illl.-llia'S'iiaaaUl iul.anl.-iah.l.a.-liaiiiillira       «™^^«^™™^^^^^^^^^^
,   ,   ,     , ,    ,, hereof, loappl.. i Mhiliig llucuiilorlor a class Livery Stalili-.
Coiusl.ick  Lone, Anaconda, Uem-ge corlltlcntool*linprnroinnnUi.for ttiu |iur|imoof
'ilnliiliwa (town gmnt to Hianinve olnlm.    ! \»/ r\ f"M"*\    P    M'CQTuI
        Andfiirtlinr tnka Ico Hint nellon l"i"WUUU   (V.    VV CO I LL
Dl-, .Ilm,Skylnik camp, ,1ns, Flshei-.Uocllon ST.iniul ho eomiiiencoil hoforollio 1«*	
,   ,,   ...    ..,'   ,    , ,,   ,,. , Ulllllli-i* nf sl|,.|ic|.|.lllli-,il|. nf lllllll ivi- la.       I	
I, O, Yv., .Skylark camp, H. Bishy,   I   Datod thU *lli ilny nf Boptcmlior, ISM.      I
Trilllllie,   Kiillherlv l-nlllp, It. S. Col-1  ii
PROPRIETORS.
-10. B. & P. B.NELSON
lliiRaiid,). A. Crawford, MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Gladstone, Brown's ciunp, Krank 11. \
Suns. I Cortiflcato  of  Improvements.
Cliesnpeiikll'rnclion.'ill, Itrnivu's cuuip,
II. A. Sheuds.
haii'iliqiinke. Brown's ciunp, Win, K.
While.
f.
•J
ITOTIOE.
Tin; LuxiMiinx MlNIiiui, I'mim.
Sltuato In Central fiiinp, Kettlo lilvor Mln-
Inn Division of Yah' District.
Toronto  lleuilwiind eaiiin. A. Slum-  __,,.,. ..,,,,.,,  ,	
' *T*AICK NOI III. Mini r, John A, Coryell, as
llllll. 1   IWOIll fur .1. Tlllllll'. I'itc lllllll'll 'IlllciltO
K^»ton.*,    Brown's    e ,    Cecil Jl|ffl*,**!?aVa^Wj|S
llaugherlv. II"' 'Inlo lici'onMo apply In Un- Minim; lie.
,,,    . ;,        ,        ,„,     ,     ,,,. conlor for neortlltontoof ttiipi-ovomonls for Ilm
Allierl.l I'l-peilciunp, IhcnihireWilli. piupw? ,if obtaining a Crown grnnt tn tlio
«"rt Jnnu's Bruce, I °%i7rurnii« tnko nolieo that nellon, un,	
Hl.uk l*i i ncc. K imi cilv cm up, .In*. I nocll-inltT.iiiii.l li- pommon I boforo the Imm*
_ jnn-sinfi-'iehc'irtl'lcalopflmpi'ovemenls,
oiutte. i   Dtiod Ull* aHh day ot ilay, UM, 11
SA\
RESERVATION TRADING COT
II. I'., and lieacrvnlion Store, Nelson, Wash,
T-fELOWNA, B. C„
Von cum now pui'cliiwupctlar pilliol ilourH, bcailUflllty Itiwlo 'ind linislicil; wimlmv siisli,
liith*', sliinnlc-i ntnl nil otiior kinds of houaa hirnteliln^. ftf tlio Okanagan Sawmill. Rouffli and
ilrosHCil Inniiici' I'Diisiiinily nn hand. Oiilcrn from KotHo Hivcr dUtrlot solloltod nnd prioos j
furnlahod upon aiiplloaltan in
N. H.-Sasluiiiil Doors ni Coiwl I'i'locs, with SHgtil Advancotocovorooai nf frolglit.
33.   XnESQ'O-SaffiB, PBOP.
General .'/ Merchandise
And Miners' OulHts of all descriptions,   Our stock is large
end complete uud wu be!leva you will Hnd
Our Prices an  Object
If, you wish lo save money,   (live us au  early call.   Fllip
und square dealing Is mir motto,

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