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THE "ADVANCE.
Vol. IV, No. 10.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JANUARY   6, 1896.
$2.00 per Year.
•t
pi
. FALL GOODS.
Groceries, Drj Goods, Boots and Shoes.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishings.
Hardware, Etc.
W'ti havu Jiwi rouolvotl our Full mul Win tor 8U)ok *>f tii_ nbovo and nro
.i.'Hiii^i'jiiii' ni v'ory Inw prlooi Ho boforo piircliiwlnif yourtvintorBitppUcwbo
411     Biiro mki nivo us a cnll uml bpcoiivtnuoil that our iirlccunro tho
II   Iio^t* est ixx -tlxe TMLa,vJaz.&-t   ,'i
I W. T. Shatford & Co. |
w.
M. COCHRANE,
Sou-iron Bvronu couht,
N'OTAKY Pl'llLIC, CONVEYANCER, KtC.
Olllee: Giliuures Block, Ilarnard Avenue,
VKHNON, • B, 0.
DIlEl). BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
OFFICEl Mart ill's Block.
VEItNON, B.I.'.
UNITED STATES WAR SHIPS.
ago platinum  cost 2.71)0 roubles nor I lytic refining, hul little profit itcel'iied
pond. A French elect ileal ennipaiiy bus from lhe pi-eniiius inelals.
BVe have heard u great deal lately nf just completed a conlruct with the re-     "The reserves nf ore fairly In sight
ll\ success of recent effort.nf tbesbip- luulnlng Qrnl inlncs, for ten years'mil-i lu these Iwiigciips of mines nre vocy
liulUei's  nf   the   United   States.   Il  pm „| tin* rate of i'l."/*) rnublcs per eimservativelv cslluiiiled by Ml. Hague
seeii\.  however, that there are still |„„„|,   The next advance is likely In I to he 8,000,0(1(1 lonsi ihe iiiiiiiagi't' of
son..'few points ill which British build- be largely In advance nf thet* Hgurcs-   the cnin|iuny I'stliniilcfl i mil larger
ers might insl mil llu'in.   It lm. been | Western Mining World. Iiiuanlity.   What Ih nf far miire cnnsi"
found Impossible tn dock the newj The second largest plnlllinindepnslla
United .Slates bullleship Texas, as she | in i],r world me kiumii lo exist iu
begin, to go io pices h« soiiu as the Hellish Coluiul.in  llpnn lhe Siti.ilk..-
Fairview, Camp McKinney and Vernon.
I!
in
PENTICTON
HOTEL
J. THURBER, Prop
Pleasantly Situated at the Font of Okanagan
#
DOUBISB JI. KI'HHY, P.L.S.,
A. M,0,8.0, P.,
ENGINEER  AND  SURVEYOR.
VEItNON, H.C.
water got low iu tlle dry dock
bmv far lilt' smash-up could bate
gone ii is Inipusslhlc in say, for at lhe
Iirsl uppi'iii'iiiu'c of rending plnles and
ci'iieklng ci nu in  llie  w.lei  una n-
inco......I iis ti'lluiiatit'., therefore tlie
ailiiiiii*,* iu the price nt plallniltu will
menu everything to the owner, nf ibe
ground Liu.tt a In ciilll.lill Ihis Hiatal iu
tpiillilllv.   The hnpc is expressed Ihul
! nii'iii'il in ilu< duck,   There is n ifiiml j thu supp!) • f |. ill i '.ill ho cell
T B.OKOWELL,
TIIONSON HT„ VflltNON,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Otllce and Store Fittings a Specially,
p  H. LATUl'lt,
VKUNIlN, U.C.
DOMINION AND C.IJVIN-1AL
laancl   hux-voyoi*.
Mem. Amor Sue. Il'lig-, ting's.
Assaying and Analysis ot Ores! i,,,,- ,-ei i , hroughi forward, Thi
' j chief tiling ihal the  Untied Slntei
natal Authorities have In len I'll is li
build ships (I Ilia liisl chapter h
lbe lesson is that  wlinn they have ill*.
deal nf ili-i lissimi as In it ho... lo l.b.uie
I'm ihi' hrcitk'Up, The plans nf lhe
ship were ihe resull of n compelItiuu
forn pi'lun iif $15,000, and were prepared l.y it Brillsh draughtsman,
They were aiiieuded hy tlie United
Slates naval  authorities liefnle i*.in-
st l*.li-l if ,1, WUS Iuu.III. h. tt et...,).. I llf.l
no I.Iiiiiii' foi' lbe failure inn a'l,nli lo
Ihe original di'iiiigliiKuiau. it lias ben
nince ihnii I.iul.'.I in Aineilean papers
Ihul faulty work was purposely pit' iu
j to throw discredit, mi tin; author "f ihr
plans, lull uf course no evidence of Ihis
forced,   ThUrelnforr ml  will coin.
so.uiei lb" i i. exp I'led, ns in lhe past
sen mil I'Xiei sn I- ii
nil Upon I 111- al nt r
.! bus been carried
annul river, in pre-
i|iu.|ice, however, Iluin lbe i|ueslliili of
reserves is tin* outi....anee nf g.usl or.'
wilh Inci'l'lislllg .leplbs; my gene.'..I
cui.clusiiins nre ipiile luipelul in regaill
In this; ul the depth of 1,180 feel in
one of the in I ties au entirely new ..tu
body has I Ills year been dlaenveil'll,
carrying nr.' .if high grade, and the ill"
|insit promises to he of large extent;
I Ills risen very I ci.usl.lei1 t.. be a most
iu.p.iitanl iiulii'iiliiili. anil impresses
mc it illl lhe belief Ihul tvliilesnine of
the existing ore b.alies may give nnl
paring large hydraulic plants which j wilh deep.'., working, uthei nre Imdlci
will lie In opeiatlon nexl suininec, and j will he found lo replace tl I,   Tin
ERALD WILLIAMS, IVI. U., C. M.
VE..XON, 1). C.
u
Late or
St. Thomas Hospital,
jLox.o_, V.su.
ceptetl it plan il slnuiiil be carried out
 1	
Stage Connection with SS. Aberdeen
to Fairview, Osoyoos and all points in
Washington.
All arrangements made for providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties.
Ciod Boating and Fishing   Row Boats and Sail Yachts for Hire.
LEQTJXarlE   BROS.   &  OO.
-BCX3X.O *W IV A.
Dry Goods, Groceries Heady-Made Clothing, Hardware, Etc., Etc.
Orders froni the Lower Okanagan will receive prompt attention,
Price* Reasonable.
VERNON SAWMILL
SMITH k (MIN, Props.
SASHES, DOORS, MOULDINGS,
TURNINGS, Etc
QHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VKHNON, 11. C.
Commission and Insurance Ag-'i
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOHN A. OOKYKLL, A.M.,B.O.A,
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND    SUH.tYOh
AND DRAUGHTS-IAN*
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survoy
worn, iviiu Clans and -siiintues in any
Portion of the Province Immediately Attended to.
May- and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kett.o Kiven,]
M.nlng Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
time paal.
KETTLE RlVi'l M
III tlie must inlliiitedetails; Ihu si'ciiuil j vigor limn has In
is that when they are carrying nut a
plan I boy should do it honestly nml
put good work into every inch of ll,—
Uiltludillll Engiiiei'i'.
If this ia Ihe kind of tvur shi|is the
United Hlules is possessed of, hoc
statesmen li ul heller buckle down In a
solution of the lliiaiiciul problem mid
leave Monroe doctrine und Voui'-iielai
linuinlui-y line disputes al'iiie. A lull.
tie ship llnil would full to pieces when
b. ing dry-docked, wuuld stand very
little linn ki i if living Ihiuugh alien*
giigeiiieut, Denmark it would seem
is nut Ihe only country there Iss.nue-
Ihiug rotten In, thu United Slnles In
! rntlen Wiirshlpi,
 _•-«	
A TEST CASE.
il is from ihese livdi-iiulic grounds thill
li.tsof pbilliuilii tt il 1 e -iiken. as lhey
are kiiuwn lu eonlaln a large villllc
in pialliium ns .i-n in gnld,and ahiuild
till' |i| ic. ..I J...V a'inn   be llnllble   VV llf.l
ii is at presenl, then llu. value of the
oni put uf p'ul inine will nearly e(|unl lhe
gold uiilpul  upon ilic-e  ptuprrlirs.
sl Ill the melal leach anything like
lis value of a few years sun. a greal
incentive .till In- liu'iii-hi-il the owners
of plntluiun ground in British Ooluin*
Ilia lo attack ll uiili renewed energy
and  in  prosecute  unrk   witli   inure
played foi'somc
. DIVISION.
m
exlenl of mining grnlind, known In Is'
prnductive, owned hy ihe cnoiuiny. is
so greal llnil this fail indicates a long
life lu lbe properly, even wilh working'
conducted upon lhe present gigantic
scale. The mines can easily supply
nre which will yield 1,000 Ions of fine
copper per iiuui'li.
" Reduction Works Tliea * situated nl the Imvu of Anacond-, iiIhiuI
twenty miles from Butte, the nil1 helng hauled over n railway controlled
by the cnn.puny. There are two set.
of works, an lui|uil'lliut safeguard in
case uf lire. Their ....iled I'lipncllJ' foi'
producing pig cupper is easily S.-OU
inns per mnnlh,   An eleclrolyllc re-
J. C. HAAS
MINING ENGINEER,
MIDWAY, B. C.
Ail kinds of Factory work kept in Stock
and made to order.
Coast   cedar worked  into   furnishings
a specialty.
All kinds oi lumber, laths and shingles
kept in stock.
The Best of Material Always Used.
WRITE FOR PRICES AND DISCOUNTS.
Sawmill mi Okanagan Luke, handy to shipment,
Sash and Door Factory en C. P, R„ Vernon.
C. F. COSTERTON
VKHNON, H.C.
 -A./groin.t   ror	
The Anglo-Columbian Co., L'td.,  Wholsal.
Importers of Wines and Spirits.
Nicholles & Renou.', Agricultural Machinery.
—Ag-oiit ro__"--
The Okaii-gaii-Spalliiiiicliceii Disk
FOR
The Royal Insurance,
The London k Lancashire,
The Insurance Co. of North America,
The London k Canadian Fire Ins. Co.
The Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada.
The Canadian Permanent Loan k Investment Co.
A case  which  is  mm   before  the
Unllcd Slnles' courts, mny I f iutei-
est. lo shippers on t.liis side i.f ilu- line
8 iiuetinii'since a Spokane firm, II'ilz*
niiin &Co., received a cuiiHlgllilieul of
goods, and up.in the siltlieniTiviug len
duretl llie Norl hern Pacific li'y Oo. the
iiinouuti of freight charges In cm.si
points, hut this was refused. Till,
goods, however, were released under
bund. The lien, uie now suing fur absolute possession of the goods or lhe
value thereof 5,8,-KK), if this delivery
cuu nol, be made, and .$1501) damages
fill' (letl'Illioll, together wilh ciisla nf
the suit. Tiip termination will interest all Spokane shippers, us it Involves
the right of ti'iiiispurUitloii con.piinles
tn disci'iniinati' uguiiist iutei'iuediateot'
finery is now producing l.r'll tons ..I'
Record of Mineral Loealions for the Week i refined copper per nmnlli, audi heal'
Ending January 1. f,.nlll ,',,, U.M\,. ||,„|  ||H (|„,ility is nut
21. Maryland, (leal Oamp, 8. Ben- excelled, being Aral class fnr c.ndui-
ni'i'iiuin. ilvity.   Another refinery of equal .-..-
211. Wiillflniver,   Brown'a   cninp,    H. j pncily is now being elected, whicli ttill
Clark, I In, coinpleU'd Ihis year, so Ibnl by WW
211. Boys, Brown's camp, Kiln Clark,     !|iocti|ii|'tniy nni produce J'.OOO tnnaiif
211. Jennie Denis, II,.,tin's cninp, li   ,..,., t i-,,]yl .<- copper per month at Its
^ ■ Lloiins. I ,,tvn works.
211. B ack Hawk, Dentin I camp, P.     "Suhsldlaiy Interests  Theeiinipnliy
Schoiiley, j mviis u 'urge liuiber estate willi saw-
211, Ben Aley, Oopper camp, N. Beti-| mills attached, a coal mine wllha coke
ii'niit. nn extensive foutidary iiiid niii-
cllinu shop.au electric tramway anil
light company, a waler supply cnni-
p.ny, u line liotel al Aiiaconiln, town
properties in |Aniietinda, nod brick
works, ll iilsn nwiis ol pei-eenl. nf lbe
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^'t'.ipiti.l slock i.r Ihe llulle, Ana.......la
"'■  i-'  •■   ""■'  aim .p.   K- and Pacilic  I'ailwnv cnnipnny, now rt
Kiegu. i->. 1 priispei'ous enterprise.   The ciiinpuliy,
-'■ I"'dy    i i-i"     Uude,    Grniid ||„,|,(,fn|.|,) prndut'ea nmsl of its sup-
•'"'i'i''. 'I-  Hi b. and A. Black- „\\Vfi m] -„nl<l |ml. |ty |„. |„„ ,„„,.,. ,„.
Inirii. depended! push inn.
-BRTI.1.ATES of w.ntK. |..(.„st „f c„ns|ruction- Our aci-ouul-
ii. i.i.
II. (!i '  ir a-
'I  W . I
II. Van.-...!-. -.-, J	
S. il ill.
Ii   JI i a.slli     ,   Ulli . a'a ci.Ili|l.
Ilg, t'cllll'lll   I'llllip,
■ Like  rami),  1''.
!•'.  I'.
Hills est'lllilte I hul. I lure bus been ex*
ail  M. (Ippcii*   pciideil upon the property uliniil Sjilu.-
!,i0tl,IKI0 for construct inn and subsidiary
2S. ButteUiiyt E. I*. Suyd.im.
2H, On.; .1. M Tn;
bfiiiier. ^_____________________________________________
2H. Ophil'i .1   'i. t'nylnr, inleresi,  which  nil!  give ni'u smut*
28. Butte 1 J. ill. Tiiylnriiiiil M, Oppen-! idea uf the magnitude.if IhcAr.-iciiiidii.
Hi. Bi; li'.l.'..: i). '.V. ilnllu'onk. Takell fofilll innll,ltcanbeci.nslder('(l
heinier on.I (I. (Junk. ; the mosl exteualve ininlng propeiiy iu
the world. '
21. iN. . 111.
, h.leresl, II. 1.. Morga |, "|',,i"uiicial ('ondilin..   Thi'c.in.piiii.i
15, A. Bielellhei'g
look over the properly ".. .Inly I, 1811.5,
interior points and iu la   ir nf lei'iuli*-|_t, fj",Tl D.iip, all ini nml, .1. llelu to|K!"l"l!'l„L'!l,,il.K""_,""  "' ",'UV.i '"
als or consl j) .hits.
Should the nii'i'i'linnI In I his case In'
successful in Ilis Sliil. the elf .'el will   be
that llie trade at interim' points will
he  revolutionized,  and   llle    railway
 .panics  ttill  be   thrown    lulu   a
quandary, Whal Is guod but in nne
cnuntry should he guud law In mmllicit
nnd if cumpuiiies are uol upheld iu dis*
The Dominion Building k Loan Asso-I criminatingilgilillHl in'.aiur |uilnls as
clatlon' | regards rates, I lieu  niiitler shuuld
General Real Estate & Financial A3
NOTAUY PUBLIC,
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Const'intly nn hand at Reasonable Prices.
LEQUIME   4   POWERS,  Proprietors,
Wood, Cargill and Co.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Hoots and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.    A specialty
made of Home Cured
H A M S    AN D   BACONS.
Write for prices,
A LARGE LIST OF   FARMS FOR SALE,
WOOD,   OABGIl-l.   A   OO.,       -       ■        ARTWBTRO')ra
HARRY  A.  GUESS,  M, A.
-Successor to J. C. Haas, M.E.I
ANALYTICAL    CHEMIST
and
ASSAYER.
MIS-WAT*, IS. o.
RATES: Cold, Silver, or Lead, $1.00 each;
Copper, $1.50; Iron, $2.00; Cold,
Silver, and Coppsr, $3.00. Other
rates on application. Samples from
a distance will rocolvo prompt attention.
Send four Order to-*M«-i—
Gei'in.it.d In 0, I,, Tlliiiin.il.
28. Uul iriinsides, J interest, J.  P.  II.
II  I ..I. I'. Graves,
23. Nni'thSliii, :( iiiii'i'.'st, I,.  Wagnei
in (I. T. luui.
28. Sle iu. J luteresl, I, Wagner to G,
T. ('inne.
2S. Nnl ic J Interest, L. Wagner tu (I,
  T, ('.an'-.
.'.'.-.'iv Iisiilfi'iillou al   il.e hands nf ;u. B, (J. (Vuliiil. .11 inleresi, N.   Brn-
inerch'tiil-i and diippera liis side ..f        ,„.M t„ ;.; |.   |j,
llie line, as ills well known thu g I-   n   i   ,,  : ,     inleiesl   S.  Beniieriuati
hy carload lots can be .shipped in ninny        In J. A   a'.    ,
Inslniices fi'oin li isle, n points in (.'ana-  ;,|   i; . j i'       ,  ; . ,s, Beuiici-
ilu hi lh" roust,  .a I   hack  uguin  Intu        nl ml        ,. I'dn.,.
Uu'i.n'' ' llriiish Culm  ai a ;;|   . .       rit-..il,     i itereat, S. Ben-
rate eipi il in Ihul or less than cluirged ;      neruuin lu .1. A. iinuk.
trom Kiislern points lo parts in the in- ;j|. Golden liigle. i   Inleresi, S. Ben.
leriur 200 or 100 miles from the const,       nerinau io K A Frank,
Ills J.HI  llli.*. (lliciiuilnutlon  in  Hn' :i|. Bin ;. Hi.,,„,,  1,1 Interest, S, lien-
llllll Ier lli llll'IIUgh rales ill 11 pIllel'H   be In. null, lu ,1. A, I'Vunk.
uiei'.'liillll nf ib,. inil.iinl iii   iiii ,,|   Inm ,M,i,k, | Intereat, S.  Ilcmiei-
ii) u.i I fouling wilh his l.i-i.l Imi' ii.i.h's-       -,„„ ,,.1 \ Prank,
tnnn at coiiil pilnts, nnil thesooiiei an ,,|   \   ,   . i ... .-i.s. Bt.uneriiiiiu in
IllldlTSllintlillg :     a lil'l'd 111   ia    111   mill- ' j     t    I
ter the heller, i icti if  u  I.a   in j    ,   :].  , ,,,!,,,
go in law, n.- ilia ..| .....in.   men li in \. \   I mll|
,, ,, , about $75(1.(100. which were less I linn
2(1. Lilt,if  IheLike,  |  inleresi.   15.""' vMl f "'" ,'"1'1"'1' '"!   I"""' "'
pimi'S^   nf   limiUlflK'lUI'i',     l<   sliiilcil
Lsquime k Lloyd-Jones
For Implements, Wagons,
Buggies, Sleighs Etc., Etc.
Flour and Feed, Hay and Grain.
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $53
an acre, well improved.
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones, Ketowna.
W. DALIIYMPLR
G*r«B_-*-H«-__     BlncltiRinl ttia
FAIUVIEW, B. C.
All  Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
.Specialty.
bus iluiie.	
PLATINUM,
ll is  In l.e hoped ihul  ibe world's
ai    .1   „ . Iiii,,!. A, Frank,
1,8, Beiineruuiii In
i. S. Beiini'i'iniiii
ItEPOIll ON THE /. .t   JilJA fOMi'ANV.
ntiinai-
wllh no iioikiug capital, tlie Idea It-
j ing lliiil by the end nf l.flo the pn.lit-
1 for lbe six in. nibs it.'iild be ...111.lent
In pay ..If this debt. In eon plcle all
cnnsi ruction work, such iis llli i.i tt le-
finery, mil thus *o couunence lhe year
Mtt wilh ll fn'l- numlllll of ll'ul'killg
ciipititl in bund.
"t'nsis nf Cupper ami Pl.illls ll
mighi i'i- Injudlciniis in slate tlie exticl
insl nf producing cn| IC, Illl I feel
satisfied ihal il is less than ul anv
'other of llie larger copper cninp mil's,
Tli is is ihu- In I he roc nerval reus, nni hi
expense nf lbe silvei'amlgotdcmilaiueil
in ll c pig i.ip| a i ly I'leclrolylli i-ellu*
ing. Fm- ihe year 1805 lhe Anileuiidil
silter producl will in-nbublv bn over
("i.r.lHI.I'IKI ..unci's Ih.c. und nn r 22.IK.
nuuceii of line gnhl. I lltliik lho Ana-
(•inulaproduces more silver iluiiinny
iithert'iiiupany iu tlit* world except the
Broken Hills I'rniiricli-iy.
"The [lllllll*. In be  rXpert.sl   ilcpiunl
so uiui li upon llu* den uud for copper
mul lls | iii c. llllll .sthenics must I.'
largely ciilijccluriil, Siippu-lng tlin
I'liii'i.nnv call innrkel BO.IKKl Ions pel'
all..11.II.   I'tel.    llllll   a   low    iiuige   nf
|aiiii, ki,innil dividends uf sit.t.io.itti
,..   .nit ,. i     r       ran I'eiwiinahly be .'xpecttilt ivlllill
,    ,  ,   , ,„ ,      , ,      ,;   Ihefiillimlnulsuui'xcei'pl taken from     . ,    ,    .  .  ,
Hupply ul pialliium will be reinforced  .,,.,.        ,.   ,i,. ,t.    ,,,„■_   ..,,,,,.,.,.. prlt'e tu clipper ninlnlalneil al llie rilles
lit the nnlril   . M.i'l-i
who reeenll)     inn      I Ihu prop"rty
by new ili-cinerics nf ibis melal.   ll
nlmoslu iiecessiiy iu  ninny surisuf
electrical tinikfui' which im aatlsfnc-
tvliicb luiie Illlml   lnr   III.
tury sul si it uie litis been found, while
lhe supply ii ceiIni.lly imi i -n-ii-
an:l I'l'porled  l|l "
English in cull
Iluin Smith, """'" l""t' '"'"' ""   '"" I1""'  "v"
mooilh. tlie lunlli- tti.u'.l lie far III eX'
ii'hnlf of Ihe cess of Ihis -uio.   I'm- lhe \••ni- ISIHl,
tin mallei- if the net ('timings m-c much
__ Oopper nnd Mliei Mines   T in-  ' "' " ls ""' I"'1"'1" "'t''"1'"!! "f tli*
l'"''1"11 "I,l;""1' "l,d   I'1'1"'1" ing pi-uierltes nn id greiit exlenl uml t'"'lt.igcn.ent tn only divide »H,000,OtO,
consl ani ly advancing,    S  ''"I"'",,,.,.,!,,,,,,,, „, ih.  slulc ,,f Mnnlaiin, P*ll*»hli1 i|uiirlel'ly. nnd I bus iicciuiiii-
wei-uexcited that tlie hlack snnils nf
nioai of I licni licinu iii nt'iieiir I be city
late u cmtsiili.i'ithle cash leseitr.   As
the Oregon benches would l-i-cniuo con- „r Bullt>| U.b iihmI linpnrli hnsfar ll1"1''""' I.-M.0C0 a  ibis wm, ,1
lril.ut.u-s to Ihis metal, but Iheinv -  lvm,kt.d |1|ln, | ,, lhe Anaconda.,- - '"' *2iV) I"'1' sl -   •'''I'M'Unlly   I  feel
galions of the United Slates geological      .,      |1|r ||||W , ||)(, g    d,t mlher nplinuslic us In 11 mul for
survey li.t-e prut'cil  levhal disap- p|(1  euinprialiig  live inliies, enpper tinting tlie next livn or Hue.
pointing.     A   scnicelt   appreciable xiicse intnpH Iiilvi. 1 n developed to a V'"l(:-Kmi1  intltleswlll'l.e needed,
iimouul nf pin tt t> iiiii  was found, al* ,i,,,,||| of | aK) fee. and since 1880 when ' "'iuki fur tl,.- dHveliipuuill of elec-
though ilu* siiuil conliiius ahout IJ w0,.k WM' „„,, t.('„„inenccd, have pin- Htc tmillon, mitl lhe ,itii„d iiorld
Pl'll'yWM'lg f gold per Ion.   The en* duced ore yielding very neirlv 100.0(10 wil1' '   "ls"  ll,lnk' J"1.™  "   I"'1'1"1 "f
tire platinum  output,   of   lhe Ural Um u, fl|w             ,ogl,th(Jt w„h H great prosperity, which uieansau ic
liusin hns been sold ul. very high prices large amniiiil of silver and some gold, creased deiuaiid for co|-pvr,"   Wialeiii
fur len years al.r.ul.   But a few yenrs Until I lie lule development of electro. Milling World, THE ADVANCE.
midst, and we expect to get thein
when a new order of things reigns at
-:  Oltawa.
Iv. II. N .111:1.' I'lioi'in-rou     „. ... , ,   . .
Pul.li.li.sl   it-cokly   al   .Midtviiy. ll.C.       ,    »e were given to understand that
Subscription I'rloo, $2.00 per annum, payable i wo would be blessed willi a bi-weekly
In a.!vnu...-. ritlirr trurly nr halt.)-early al lhe | [nte,.m,|| ,| mR|| sl,,.v|,.,,  f,.„MI   jjid-
iipi ion ui Ihrsiihsri-Ilair.
A.lvertislng Huns sent on applioaU.il. I "'">''" Marcus nn the 1st nf December,
Though llu- oo'umiia of The Advance nre 'and yel where is it ?
always oyon far llio discussion of matters of     «,,. ,   ,1 ,       , ,. ,
public Interest uml i -.lance, ive do um nee-1    i hese, and .tiller examples might be
j*es«irilyi*ii.l..wc any i.f the (.iiiniiaisuxiiresseil.; given ail Iiiiil mn,  Imt   we refrain, for
Ciiu'csfiiiiiih-nfiiiita iu'i'suliiil nntiiri: will nut lie  n
piiblialiial, ' we haven pust-olllce .nspecl.uc and a
niemher nf parliament whoae feelings
nre rather sore ou tlie point, and we
have no desire In wound thein.
We only wish lo show lhat the
southern Okanagan is blessed wiih the
rirffivcst excuse for a mail ayatem that
il is possible to conceive, and Ihal no
other people. In any portion of British
t'oiiunliiii bnve so gnnd a right to he
disgusted with lhe mail service, and
Ihose who have the supervision of ihe
same.
 ,.4	
A mul Ier of grave  import'  having
J.McNICOL
§!§§.«.§# SSiSilS _§#»8§i§*
Si   Si   H.i
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T. ELLIOT!
§
Imiam
MONDAY, JANUARY b\ M.
A cruss ill this sluice iluli-
rules Unit ynur s inscription
.to this paper lias expired.
PR0GHE9S.
Are ive progressing 1 That is lbs
ipieslioo: iind to answer it we will refer to official figures, and hvcomparisnn
Jiist»._„    mm
"ffl L
% * A Full Stock oL^JI'
ha m GENERAL MERCHANT, FAIRVIEW, B. C.
IN THE I
Hi Rubber Boots
Ha Lumbermen's Overshoes
Hi Manitoba overshoes.
&   &   &
4,1        4,1        4.1
endeavour tu furnish imr readera wil li' l"'(''1 Innught to our notice, in which a
Indisputable evidence nf uur rapid nil-, decided ineiiiic.' is being nlTeird lu lhe
vaiici'iiieol. ' uinriil well-being nf ilm young ill one
In the year 181)1, lliere were Isatied |»' IIIM' '■ 'MiiiiR cominuiilllea, we
In the Kellle It iter .Minion division 202
free miners ecrllllctites: of mluerul
claims I'sciil'ded lliere were 0,1, und
pl.laiT, 18. la ll'ltllsI'l-l'S n! pl'iipcr-
ty, Ihem iter: i,i, niiuernl mid 1 placet
claims. Cerlilicales nf work issued,
8,11 cert idea test f iuiproveuieuts, -;.-ind
water grants, it. The sum total of revenue derived f■ <.in these atiurces wus
s'ltnewhiil under ttvti thousand dollars,
in fact the total revenue from al'
sources approximated lhat sum.
Now to note a comparison, we will
torn lo llie llgures for the  year jilit
tt nul.l wish lu ask will) are lhe trustees
nf tiie Ifi.-iinl Prairie Public Sohonlf
and whn rea| sihlelhal they do nol
di. llieir duly? If the trustees uf Ibis
puhlle iiialltulloii have imt Ihealaniina
tn dlschaige ... teacher wlm is addicted
In lhe drinking hal.ii. then lhe electnra
shuuld tuke matlei's inlo their own
hands, und by applying io the minister
nf education, seek a remedy without
loss of time,
We die given to understand lhat mil
of a total of bei ween BO and 10 pupils
unly iihnnt half the number lind llieir
$•$ Also a New Line of
All Wool Blankets
Ha Ha Ha
■5v« *••■« *■•<
■/_>      •/■>      <k\
McNICOL
MIDWAY, B, C.
■VR-EST ANI) BEST-ASSORTED STOCK IN
lill,
SOUTHERN   -   IST^XIRIO-Et
}f FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE ASSURED J?
JOYFUL NEWS
"^OKANAGAN 5AWMILL,
tmn  KELOWNA, B. C,
You can now  purchase Cedar Panel doors, beautifully
made  and   finished;   Window Sash,  Laths,   Shingles and
all other kinds of house   finishings;   Rough and  Dressed
past l-ito, and we see Ihul there j "'">' to sclu.nl, Ihe parents prefering to j
lias been issued from the Recorder's '""'" "",|" remain at home rather
office at Midway un less than 451 Ibnu Ihal Ibey should receive Instrtlc-
ininers cerl ideates | uf mineral claims ,l0" "■ ""' hands of one who i.s evi-
recorded there have been 771;  I runs- [deiilly unfit for the position be holds,'
JUST ARRIVE1)
owlng'lo the hal.il above referred to,
 K| 4	
VERNON NOTES.
The Presbyterian Sunday .School
held their animal Christmas tree mi
Tuesday evening lhe 24ih nil. The
church was filled lolls utmost capacity,
...id the audience were delighted with
llie excellent programme rendered by
lhe children. The special feature of
llie evening was Hu* fan drill, performed hy eight Utile girls In such an ad-
fera or conveyance records to mineral
property, 211; cert ideates of work, 110;
and cei'iiHenies of Improvement, 11.
lu placer wc have 0records, 1 nbandtin-
 nl; 2 pern.ils, il water grants, and
H conveyances. The revenue from these
and all oilier sum cos tula! the respectable amount uf $fi,:r*1.25, which is
made up as follows :
From free minerseertllicates, lit) ut.
$o, $22to s 1 for 1 wo years, $1(1; 1 substituted eerlilleaie, $1; total $22511,
General   mining   receipts.   $3152.25;
provincial revenue. $702; Iradeea and   '*l,le ""''tllHl  ,l"  fl"''"'e  wus
freighters licences, $211); and Justices i l"1"">r  ,l1'"1"1"1"11    Th"  l'lllll'<'h    was
MEN'S
Arctics
Contbiiiation     sl*|oe
ai|d bout,
LutT|beriiieii's   I^nb-
bers,
Snow Excluders,
Three-buckle     Emperors,
Kubber boots.
nf lhe Pence court Wiles, $50.
An iidvance of over $l.lHKlin revenue,
very tastefully decorated  wilh over-
rrerns, anil   Ibe  Cbl'islmas  tree,   lie-
ami the record of over 7(10 mineral ,ltH'kl'd w,lh V™™1* !m •''" children,
claims is cerlninlv  very gl'iillfylngt '""' lll,l"""il"''1 «'lth numerous wax
mil if the same rate is kept up, and tie 1 ''alH,,l's' Pm''»"'11 •' ™ V ,"'illi'"" '''I-
'     ' 1     1 ri..., 1	
have no doubt that such will be ihe
case nl least this year, Ibis districl ivill
sunn attain a position as a revenue
pii.il.ifci', und fur mining, which will
place her utiiiii an e.ipul fouling wilh
lhe very best district nf British Culiini
pe.-ii-aiice. After (lie | rnginniuie was
rendered, Hie presents vt'oredistrlhtiled
in I he delight ot Hu* children.
On Christmas evening a similar en-
lerlaininent was given In the Mul hud-
isl church  allbuugh   nnl   on  such   a
bin.   The Bniiudiiry Creek   1 s will j l'»'g" scale, as this Sunday schonl lias
twelve a great a it of attention at I! ". «;n'"ll>' ''"'""i"1".'*  ■'>'   People J
LADIES'
Arctic*-*.
Button Aragon,
CHILDIi.EN'S
Arctics.
Lumber constantly on hand.
Orders from Kettle River  District solicited and prices
furnished upon application to
Ii.   LEQUIME,  PROP.
GREENWOOD
City Lots and Greenwood Camp
Ores are both good investments at
the present time. Greenwood City
lots are selling readily, and Greenwood Camp ores are being mined.
For further information as to prices
etc., write
Di
the hands nf capitalists and mining P''"*'-"*** tmvn v'ilhi"  ""' l"ls'  >'"'"'• GERMAN SOCKS and FELT BOOTS
men   Ibis caning su mc;  and Hiei""'  I1"'"""1"" «'«". however,   very
fnieguimr llgures will give an  .m,slJ creditable to tell, scholars aud teach-,
dial the prospects of tlle district  willj™;^\""cIiuii'Imv.'s hundsoniely de
witrraut all Ibeiilieniiun Ibnl may he
lavished upon ii.
SI.	
MAIL I'AIMUTH'S.
  *
Tin- .Veiv Deliver Iieilge in apeaking
nf Ihe innil facilities in Ibnl pari uf
Konlfniny represented liy il. has Ihis
to suv; -"The mill service iu Knnlen-1 J"SI"Pl1 W "*"'    ' ll<',',, "m '"'" "il*
ay Is still delicate, and ii, had enndltion, I "' '""*^'""*'' '".,, *n ibe case was
Il is'leii'iimci'il on all sides, und is
'Hied uud mnii' l.eiiii'iful presents
were displayed un Hie Christinas tree.
The nii'ichiiiils reporl trade vn-y
iuiicIi duller this Chrlatli.as than last.
Another assault case was hroughtup
In the police court last week. The offender in this case was David Thomas
who   tvus  charged   nitli   assaulting
103EET WOOD,
Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, B, C.
Or apply to agents,
/alien Trading Cg,!c'■ Co;tkrton' a' d* Burnett' a' k &™.™>
° V.      II    r O.— l    Tn7...,l. TT 	
Vernon, B. C,    Spokane, Wash.     Vancouver, 11. C
>&~	
I     J.S. DCttALIWON     l|ipiiipi«PI^IIiiiiiliiiJ(|«i
I CHEMIST & DHUGU1ST ffl
standing disgrace to the Government,
This district la one of the most, Important hi (a.int.la, und befure lung will be
the inoal, Inipiirtiint, yel ils mail service is the slowest nnd musl cxaspcrating in llie Dominion. Al -bunion Ihe
n.ei't'hanls say Ibnl le'l 'its run be sent
ami replies received tpdeker fnnn
Spokane than froui Nelson. Add In-
fninpclcnl pnsiillusions In the other
troubles nud we have a postal system
Ihul would irritate the blandest nf in-
divldnals, i,ol us pray for 11 change,
Pui'hnps that will make a dilftrcnce,"
In Ihe nli ive rnuipl iinl uilr couloiu-
poraiy ivmild wish, ii would seem, lu
eluiin I'na its district, llle lisli icli 1 1 of
having Hu- iiinat exiispi'i'iiiiug innil
service in lbe Dmuiiiiun. N'.ni the
ciaiinln-iuch.lisli.il 1 ioni-i iii-lly tin.mils
 'feelings, fnr is mil  this district,|
otving lu  the lung
decided apaiiisl him. It seems the
nsaaiill was 1 cciiu'i.iikI by a quarrel
liel.tvceii Thi'inaa in d Weeks nier a
seal nf a ctitter. His Worship suid
such I lit nil 11 ill lees should never be
hroiighl inlociiiii'i us lhey could much
easier be settled outside, hul as Tliutu-
as was guilty nf the offense he lined
him Hie costs of llle court.
A veiy pnllt 1 iilcrlaiiiiiienl in the
way of a Christ mas tree was given in
I'uiiiernn's Hall, Tuesday afternoon for
ihe children of Ihe Church of England
Sunday schnol,
There wns a free opening of the rink
nu Tuesday nlglii i the hand tvus in
attendance 11111I11 large number were
on the ice. The ice tins not. in the best ,
cm.iiiii..it ..wing lu ihe mild weather
ive liu-.c lind Intel . bul every..ne
seemed lu enjoy tlie first skate uf the
season,   The baud  have spared
ffl VERNON, B. C.
ffl  x	
ffl A Pull Line of  ^&l
I DruB8
•^ Patent Medicines
ffl
ti JoiletiArticles
ti
ft Trusses, &c.
ffl
ffl
ffl
ffl
ffl
SADDLE HOUSES . . SINGLE AND DOUBLE DRIVERS . . BUGQIE8 I'OII HIRE
ffli
t|4ldWa\j Feed and LiVery Stables
Maokay Inqrim - - * Proprietor.
I'AIITIKB   llIUVKS  TO   Millets,  Pl.XTIlTl.N  1NU  OTHKll POINTS   .   .   .
Kp Mall Orders From the Lower V?
ffl Country Will Receive ffll
ftJ Prompt Attention. ffl\
'kmmmmmMw
FAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
EXCELLENT BOARD
GOOD STABLING
Camp Fairview, B. C.
ROCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OF ItOCIK l.'UKEK.
*__.   I"itte»i«l»-iijl_,   I_C(_>.
PuisT-('i.Ass Accommodation con uciuti,
GOOD STABLING
larSxoolloilt KIhIiIukon Kfttl. Itlver.jif
H. KBYES, I'rop.
(Laid AcconnniHlalion,
Best Liqiini's and Cigars,
First-Class Stabling.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
FOR SALE
W.V.yu. W
OKANAGAN MISSION, B. C.
Tills  is 11   splendidly   IliiiiOn-ii   Iiuiihc inniill
and out, allUOBt nuw, willi 1,'iiod shililii and out
liiiildiii^, Ik ceiilrully locfttod In tli* mlluy
and oomnmnttga tfood trade It ntantls nn iw
own KmumlK nf t wo and a hulf hitch In extent,
and is 11 guod iitveBttilODt
ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP
WITH
COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
Tills building Is two Btorayn iiifrli and utatid*
'in 1(8 own ground Of half tm acre in extent and
is in aciiimimnilint,' IiurIiicbs i)()>Hi<>n.
Knit Tkrma Aim lvto
D. NI0H0L80N,
OKANAOAN Ml33Ii)M
MARTIN    BROS.
LKADINQ I10V8-. VOU
Hardware, Stove, Tinware, Paints, Oils
anil Glass.
Vernon, S. O.
:All orders promptly attended to:—
Gpand Forks, B.C.
A. D. WORGAN.
VKRNON, 11. 0.
VIEWS OF THE MSTMCT  FOR  SAlK.
,              nniiis In iiinke llie 1111k iiltraclivu Ihis
cnni ed   nliiisc.' . ,     , 	
ivliicli il has auirered, ,- Iv unlltlwir    ""'. '".   *.   ""J'1h""rf,,l|l"l<le'»-
IHlie! ..'linn of lielu. the -...'»>""'""' """«nn.l svcrgrecils.
■___-dl-,--      IM-W   m ■ ■*•— m*—— HW-WIMiHI
iii'L;,irii'il in ilu* tiiiillcr ol' innil fiirlll-
NOTI01
•T-HIBTV IIAVH Ini... dato I, llie imtloi'.
*    1   -In 1, Ililenil ii|i|il,vliin In llie AshIsIiiiiI
liesul'i.uy, um unly in I'm D.imliilui
hul in any ulliia |iarl  nf lhe civilized
ni' iiiiiiiilizcil world, ns n few explain
n'ii.n will sliiiiv, r „ij,iaii,iirri,f i.niiiaiiini Works for n llaonao
We lini-i. iin   second   longesl   mull 10 nnaipact for conl on llio fnllnit'lng iloiorlbeil
ronleln Rrlllah Cnliunl.l.i and vel  n trart of land 1 (.'01 nclngatoaUilioaot about
m. favored nil ily mm mull a ivcnl. """ "'" "< "' ""' '" '' "' ll"rl1 m":k'
We are 150 llllll. I'l    Vermin, nnil
yel il lakes 10ilnys lo receive nu a; -
Hiver Ion ciiuiiiiunii'iiliiiii.
We are IS.*, miles froui Spokane, and
yel niiMvci.a mi' received III II ilny-.
We are, We niil mil sny liow iniinv
miles froui Vlclni'ia and Viincouver,
for the reason Iiiul replies frum lullers
sen! tn England have laken losa ii	
fo reach us limn from those points,
We have lh" Iienl illloliliiilicd |ios|.
inaslera Iii ihu wnrld, anil yet tie have
known n lei ter In lake 12 days till In vi I
12 miles, Ann Ihen again ive huve
known lellors ilinl never reached
lllria ilraliiiiilani nt nil.
Snuie nfiuii'pi.st*ullli'es are kepi in
saloons, and others mil kepi uuyvvhci-c
in pni'liciilai'.
We have lieen seeking llie la-lnlili.-li-
ii..i::il of 0.000 y  "iiii r  ufflcts  in uin
nn.I running tlionoe oast ono mllo. llionoo aontli
...ii- iitjl,-. tliouco u'cat nne mi 0, tliouco norlli 1
nne iiille in llie nnlnl nf coinmoiiooinoiit,
a s. rowi.nit,
Hock Crook, Ootobor St, ihis.
FOR
SALE
-  ■
r
TIIF1 IIKST LOO,
\I,ITV ON TH
C VKR
M.N Tn
vnaill', 11
few (icm nml half •■ civ
nllliorf.
I'linllilln.
orgarnojilrif-.
A
iplynttl
i..|||ll(!l!l!
Ut
l'\ AIIIIIAN MlaVKI
VKKSON.
Lc
N
0TICEI
ilioi-obyg
ven iiiiii :in davB afler
llnle 1.
.i.w.ifiu
1 Wood, 111 toiidti
ii,.*
ClilofCo
111111 alntii
■ nf [.anils an,
Works
fm-
1 lirilinr
-1 eii jin 1
carry away Hm
lor fnnn
um
f.illl|.,lll
: ilcM'i'i'n
I liiiiiip, sitnn'
] in the
lis-
■iiih I'iv
-ill! "I V:l
0 Dlnlriuf J
.
iluuionei
IK II. II ll'i.a
aboul niio and
Miii'-lm'f
nit1
'•!   IPl.ll
1.1' ' iccn
c  Falls. Kofi!
I , Iver,
riu
lillf.' tlll'l
rren.ll _t
ulintne, llionoo
di-lli 12(1
elm
iiajlieiii
■ mat hi
chaiiiR, thonoo 1
c.iiili iii>
dm
m Willi
point nf 1
Duiiooucomonti
■ nlttin-
ln»
ii'i .iflroH
more or 1
fi.
, \\\ !ir(J!l WOt.]).
K
•nl» Kit
■r, K. C, December'. IW.
SPOKANE FALLS
and
NORTHERN RAILWAY
Nelson & Fort Sheppard Hallway
ALL RAIL  TO NELSON,  B.  C.
Only through line to  Nelson,
Kaslo, Kootenay Lake
and Slocan Points.
Dally (except .Sun.Iny) l.etiveen Spokane mid Northport,
Ti'i-wei'kly l.etiveen Nurthpnrl and
Nelson,
DOING NORTH OIllNIl H01ITU
ll:-fla.m MARCUS 2.211 p, in,
O..Ttioatlaya,Tl.iirsdayn, and rlntnrilnya, train
irlll run tliroii.li tfl N'olaon, ari'lving al (lilSp.m.
making oloae oonnootloii will. Iboatoamor S'el* 1
mm fnr KobI.i nud nil lako imiiii-, arlvlng al
KiihIiiiiI |1:(K. p.m. name .Iiivia I laicniliR, piiH-
flongom .vl'l Irnve lake p .'iiIh iiu'I N'elfnm on
Moniiaya, Wottnoatloysan.l t'llilnya, arriving ai
-poktrno -laiii!! (lio.
Paaaoiigora fnr ICottlo Illver anil llotindiiry
Crook connoot nt Mdron. .'iiii stngo Iiailv.   |
For THAU. OIlEE'v   MIN.'SS connoot at]
N'nrthnin-t wiI h ntnKe lino dally.
For NukiiHii nnil Rovo'atokoonnnool at Nnrtli
port with boat Wodncaliira ami Sntiirrlaya.
s.wistf
Stat at at
4,1 4,1 4',14',1
C_5^
7—*  Sit
i'sa.tKitKi,atKitKitat a,  at a,tata,t atatat at at
ft '.I 4.1 4,1 4,1 4.1 4.1 4,1 4.1    4,1 4,1 4,1 4.1 4,4 4}, ••y?|VViV
FURNITURE
Hs. Hi Hi
T'S T.1 4.1
'!*
03
EH
CO
G_D I
i=
at at at at
ft ft ft ft
ft
I CHEAPER THAN EVER
sit
AT
-Campbell Bros.-
Ha Ha Ha
-s,i s,i -ft
1 TWO CARLOALS JUST ARRIVED
ROSSLAND, B.C.
VERNON, B.C.
at at at at at at at at at atatSi at at at at at at
4,1 <1V S.I "4,1 ft 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1     4.1 4.1 <i*T ft 4.1 4,1 f,1 4.1 4.1
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stisitsitsit
MARCUS and MIDWAY
®*XJ!*.G-X*   ___E_3ff_E_
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at i p, m
Arrives Midway Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 p, ,\i
Leaves Midway  Wednesday and Saturday at 6 a. m
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a. m
 Hi, ____
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL. I'lililGHT AND EXPRESS
xi. x>. n_o3KS.x-.osr, x>*Rox>xtxxi'rox-.
F. B. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY,
VERNON, B.0
KI'.K'K HK<)„
BUTCHERS,
MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS
Meat ilellvered ill Itmik Creek uinl all tlio
Miiiinn I'iiiii.ih,
J. Kerr.
R. D. Kerr.
D.  IWcDOFK,
General Blacksmith,
Mil, WAY, B. C,
A'l Kiniln of IVnrk Kxecille.l to the Sntll
.I'-tlilll 'if   1 KlDilini'S.
GRAND PRAIRIE SAW MILL.
Roiigfli Luinbor
From .fl 10 to $12.
Dressed Lumber
From $1« to 9 Hi
Por Thousand. H J... -.J  .        i    .   .
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
Ut 19   Long IIS".*
Altitude, 1,80(1 (cet above sea level.
Snow fall for week. .Hi! nf an inch.
rKMPKItATUKK I'OB   W.HK   ENDING    ...IN.   3.
Mux. Mill
Dec. 28   211 12
"  20    28 -U
"   30   31 25
"  31   13 3
Jan.   1   IS -13
"    2   13 -5
"    3   10 it
LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Don't for|?et this la 180(1, and don'l
forget the good resolution you madeiia
the new year was ushered in.
To ft.-6niui.ipat- the extra iiuinunt
of express and freight, to he lii'iDel
over the Penticton and Grand Porks
stage route, Mr. Miller lhe contractor
Intends enlarging Ins rigs and driving
a four instead of a two horse team,
Mr. W, Murray of Grand Prairie
who was laken quite sick lhe oilier
day, as a resull of a severe attack of
palpitation of the heart, hits we are
pleased to say, regained his normal
condition, and ia around again attend*
ng to liusiness.
This Is ISDO, and it is to he devoutly
hoped that those few suhsc.lhers who
are in arrears nf silhscripllnn In Tun
Advance, pledged themselves with
the advent, of llie new yen.' In the gond
resolution of paying up nl once. No
one who has an unpaid subscription
hanging uver his head caii possibly be
prosperous, as the knowledge of il
clogs his conscience and interferes
materially ivilh his general well-being.
The paid up suhacriptlnn lots just the
opposite effect upon the newspaper
proprietor.
On Wednesday evening Insl W,
T. Thompson, S. S, Fowler, and John
Juds..n came in from Peiiliclon, nnd
are making lliere headquarters nl Mid*
way whilsl exploiting the many prop*
ecties bold under cnuslderation of pur-
'a.i*n'. in lhe contemplated purchases
we Inclti I'd snme ot lbe largesl properties in llie Bnunditry Greek llislricl..
nnd nil bough everyone is eager for Il.e
eoinplel inn nf lhe deal, it will yel lake
a liille lime in brio!.' everything to a
-aii-fnatiii'v conclusion, in tin' meantime niilt.ter8iiii;pi'(igi'i'ssingf.ivoi'al)ly.
The parties applying for a charter
I'm' a lin. .if |.iiiliva\ io In* built from
Christina I. i.a In ('..pp. r Creek, seem
nnl In hnvo been very pai'llciilnr in
layi if* "il : h" route nf tiie railway. ;|a
lie 'in- Iold Mail lin' Mulling i uinl i<
tn b" wilhlu live inili'.aiifClnisliiuiIiiike
il'ld In rail ileal a in an easliirly (11-
reali.ni hi Gran ! Forks, li'llii- Hue is
i.i run ia nn enslei'ly diicelion from
iin' -aiiil starting point, lhen lhe gaol
i: neil il .a -' In.Omuil Forks,Daknt.i,
mil, lb" una nil liic liellle Hivi'l', ns
llial Is ill an entirely ilill'ei-cnl iliii'c-
l inn.
I,"ini bin alia „f every description
printed at Tun Auvanch office,
     , c -
NEW YEAR'S BALL.
A new years ball given by lhe citizens nf Midway, nml held in Pllhuor-
slim Hall on Tuesday evening lasl.
furnished nnl only a joyous time lo
Ihose who look purl therein, bul. ns
well gave nn evidence liy tlle great
number  uf  Indies   present,  of    Imw
rapidly  ibis ueighhorli 1  is   being
set tied up. There were over thirty
ladies present, of whom a great proportion took part in lhe duueing,
Among those present were noted, Mc.
and Mrs. Cstloiiuiii and Miss Castle-
inan, Mr. ...id Mrs. F, Davis, Mr. anil
Mrs. W. Davis, Mr. aud Miss McAuley,
Mr. and Mrs. McMynn, Miss Lewis,
Mr. and Mrs. Liuiily, Mrs. Thompson,
the Misses Elsie, Delia, nnd Jennie
McLaren, Mrs. Simmons, Mc. and Mrs.
Hardy, Mr. and Mrs, Jackson, Mr.,
Mrs. and Miss Murray, Mr. and Mrs.
Ken, Mr. and Airs. Martin, Mr. nud
Mrs. Powers, Mr. and Mrs. Winters,
Miss Wilkins, Miss ilnllie and Alma
Hopper, Mr, and Mrs. Ingrhn, Tin.
bachelor gentlemen present were
plentiful.
The hall ivns beiiulifully nml Inslc-
fttlly dec..'..ted, nnd Ihi' music wns
certainly hetter I hatl ever furnished mi
any similar occasion. Tlio scene in
the lnill as viewed froui llu- orchestra,
when Ihi' quadrilles anil  lancet's were
lieing danced with four seis tipun il.e
llunr, nil keeping guud time, wns quite
inspiriting anil ll very hrllllaiil one.
Just before ini Iniglil, the gu sis repaired lo Ihu Boundary Creek llolel,
where ii .pleiidid repnsl wns pnclakeu
of, which wns provided for the occasion by hosts Messrs. McAuley und
Lundy, mul il nun' truthfully he said
iho tallies gi-niiui'il under lhe ivelghl ul
guild nud delicti u iia mis. Over a linn-
died giicsls partook ul supper, ami
ushered in lhe new year, whilst en*
gaged ui ihis pleasant occupulloii,
Afler paying ample attention lo and
heartily appreciating Ihe cuisine uf
thi.-Ji nil.ills hoslelry, llle guests report! I again In the Illll where dancing
IVIia kepi iq. In nn enrly boo...
RAILWAY CHARTERS.
It never rains hul ii pours is an old
adage, very applicable in thu matter of
moisture, we understand, to one coast
climnltj, It is also applicable in U.e
tinnier of railway charters just al ihe
present lime as applied t.u this secllon
uf counlry | fur all nl once ibe ralltva)
promoters seem tu be performing or
endeavoring lo perform the acrobatic
feat ol tumbling..ver each otherln their
~    1<
haste tosupply railway facilities to this
section of country which is how demand-
illg so much nil cut ion. and which lies be
tween the Columbia riverou the east.
..nil the Okanagan river nil the west.
Truly lhe fame nf lbe Boundary Creek
camps musl hespreiidtngahroad,
One cnn.pony seeks a charter for tlle
liuililing uf a railway from a poiul at.
or near the mouth uf Trail Creek in.
lhe Columbia river, extending through
orjnear the towns of Qnssland mid Midway, In a poinl un lhe Okiiiiiigan Lake
nl or neai-Peiiliclon. Another seeks'ii
charter for the consl ruction M a railway, the starling point of which is
designated to be about 5 miles from
(in isl inn Luke, llicncc cunning in nn
eusterly direction to Grand Forks,
thence in a nurtherly direction along
llie Norlh F.nk of Kettle river through
Eholt puss In Copper creek.
The third charter sought, of which
nolieo appears in the present issue nf
ibis paper, is for lbe construction of n
railway extending frum n point al nr
near Penticton, thence sinilh and east
in Midway, thence north and east
| Ib.'.iUgh liic Ehnll pass'oiheNorth Fork
of Kellle Hivi'l', I hence soul ll li. (Irani!
Forks, I hence east lo a poinl nl or near
Cascade lily.
One .spnee is too limited ill Ihis issue
fo]. un extended criticism upon llie
merit of ihese different charlei-s, su we
will reserve ibe same fur future consideration.
 I.I4
A MEW DISCOVERY.
Quiten little excitement wns occn
sinned ul Carson tlie oilier day ..'lien
lbe loeiil assayer tested a piece nf flout
found nboui twu miles from that place
on lbe ra..ch of Messrs. Coryell and
Murray, which run as high as 2 oz. in
gold to lhe ton, and contained as well
some tellurium,
Upon tbe value of the float being
ii inile known lo the piospectors lhey
lmmediiilely started mil In look for
lhe ledge, antl afler a guud pntient
search, lhey were fort unale iu (hiding
llle outcrop, and Immediately slaked
out their claim, which they christened
ihe Lady Franklin Lude,
As soon as the news spread around
Ibnl clitlnis wore being slaked out ou
lhe bill iu which lhe new discovery
was made, quite a numlier turned oul
to see if they could mil lie fiuiiiiinle
enough tn make a locution, and ns it is
generally thought that Ihe new claim
has been sinl.i d ttpi n a ledge whieh is
• .-opposed lo run through lhe counlry
[for quite it (li.-lmicc, and upon which
the Amei icnii Hoy iind American Girl
cliiiu s mc lmnlid, il is quili1 pitihahle
ililigrnl    rail h n:ll\ Illll.llllll il insulin
oilier place, in d nunc locutions be yet
III!.ill'.      Ill  lllllll! I'S   I.i     lllillil g,     p   ISC'
vei'illici' is geneiully rewarded.
■ i- •.
(lei yuiir bill heads, letter heads, en*
lelups, elc, ill  Tlin ADVANCE.
 , v .	
GRAND PRAIRIE NOTES.
! Several claims are being developed
! in lbe neighborhood,
Dr, Averill left it few days ..go for
Spokane and oilier puinls nn business.
The Rev. Mr. Pnlon held service al
[Oui'son fur lhe lirst. lime nn Sunday
afternoon last, and it great many nl-
I ended.
The lake nl Grand Prairie is in good
condiiiiin fm- skating, mid many of the
young people are inking advantage uf
lhe .same,
The recent frosty weather has not ns
yel lind 'he effect nf closing down lhe
I saw mill ut Grand Forks, which is run-
I ningnii full time.
Mr. M. II. Manley has Icl a contract
for building a large since basement, nf
stuno nl Grand Foi ks. Mr. ,1. Wind In
iug I he successful tenderer,
A. very pleasant social gathering
took plnce al the Rev, Mr, Pnton's
residence nn Christmas ilny, a large
iniiuliei being presenl, Dining Ihe
afternoon .. skating liuii'iuinicnt took
place upon the lake, ilii.l In lhe evening, uuisle, singing nud recitations
were indulged in.
NOTICE.
NOTIOfi is hereby glvon tlml application
will be nnuli'lu tlie Loglfllatlve Auserably
of the Province of Hritisli Columbia, iti ii«
nexl Scrisjuji fur i.» Acl ni Incorporate u -torn,
piMiy for the purpose <>f constructing, <.tiui|»-
ping, maintaining antl operatliign railway, ox:
tending from a point at or near Penticton on
the Okanogan Lake, mid running thence south
and east to Midway, thonco norlli and cast
through Kholt Posh tn the North Fork of Kettlo
Kiver, thenco south to Grand Forks, and thenco
cast to a point at or nour Cascade City, in the
District of Vale, British Columbia, with powors
to construct, equip, maintain, and operate
branch lines therefrom to all mines tying in lhe
vicinity thoroof; and also lo construct, equip,
maintain, and operate telegraph and telephone
lines, and to build wharves and docks in connection therewith; togethor with the powers »f
acquiring lands, privilege*., bonuses, or other
aids from any Government, Municipal Corporation, or other poraoiis or bodies, and lo make
trallle or other arrangements with railway,
steamboat, or othor companies, antl for 'ill
othor usual, necessary, or Incidental rights,
powers and privileges in that bobalf.
CAMP11KLL& WILSON,
Solicitors for applicants,
Dated this20th day of Decombrr, 161)5.
DIBIjTOBY OF ADVEBTISEBS,
Compiled in Alphabetical Form
And Intended as n Ready
Reference for the Busy Ones
BOUNDARY FALLS
R.
VV. JAKES. M. I>..('. M.
OV  AITUIM.MKM
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO K-TTLE RIVEII
DISTRICT.
OFFICE      !      :       !      BOUNDARY FALLS.
ARMSTRONG.
H.Kfayos irniBtroug Hotel
i X. MuLu.'ii Sash and Door Kftctoi'j
Cargill&Uo Gonoral Merchants
BENVOULIN.
•_■
( D. Nic-holson Benvoulin Hotel
BOUNDARY  FALLS.
T.Hardy Boundary Falls Hotel
Coryell,.I, A Civil Engineer
i Jakes. It. W Physician and Surgeon
j KerrHros Butcher
I McDowell and Nelson Butchers
ltendell, G. A General Merchant
CARSON.
| Mrbmai Bros ((mini Prairio Holol
Xelsim I'. II  ltoierviit-.il Traili-ui u
BOU1JARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
THOS., HARDY, PROP.
Centrally '.ed Slopping Placo lor Three; Different Stage Lines.  No
Ti ai Expense Spared to Make Guests ComfortaLlo.
Striotly First-Clasa and Charges Moderate.
Best j. ;: s L iuops and Cigars
Goii Stablioj,
CAMP  IV.'KIIMNEY
Shatfonl-S Ci
.Gonoml .Merchants
NOTICKIb horoby given lhat ;n days from
date I. William I'otvora. intend to apply
to ilie Chief Commissioner of I.amis ami Works
fora license in cul and carry away tituhor from
the follnwiiijf doserlbod tantls, situate in tlie
Osoyoos Divisinnor Vale District:
Commencing at a iiohI sol In tho south bank
nf Boundary oreek, u miles from i's mouth,
thence oasi \\ miles, llicncc sunlit I mile, tliuiico
west 1} miles, Ihonce north 1 mile io poinl of
commencement, containing wm acres, more or
less
Miiiway, It, ('.• Deeemliert, 1800,
County Court Notice
Sittings nf tlie County Oonrt nf Vulc ivill lie
liiililcn nn follows |
At Osoyoos on Monthly, 4th Mny, 1890,
At Millway on \Ve.lne«(ln,v, lltli Ma-,,-SHO
Al the limn, of eleven i.'clnck in lin* fnreliiinli.
lly ci.iiiiiiiuiil, C. A. II. LA.MI1LY,
(Iiivenniietit Ollli-e, Osoyoos, It. t'. I'.
Dee. Ullli, 1SII5,
i    iiiiii       hi nn   MM— 'iw    miw.   b——
AGENT WANTED.
'.}  A Man who wants to make MONEY to sell
Hidden Mines and How to Find Them
BY W. THOS. NEWMAN.
This book sells itBolf-doscrtbcB evbhy oue
and minukjl of valuo to c iinmcrca, including
ohms ami pubo.ous sto.vks ami lells inw to
test llieni for yourself, Ilmv lo find, leal,
work, sell or dovclop all kind:; of mines, [Ettml-
reds sold In Hriilsh Columbia without any
ugents. Yoi* i'.:- 811.1. 1 thul'h .mi li.oirr
win m: viii' i.'vr, lilhoml commission lo live
agents.   Write nn now.
"Price hy mail,:.!..V) cloth ; 82.03 loalhor.   Address TIIK M. UtlOIJHS Putt, Cn„
."i| VoimgSt.,Toronto, Out.
N'
OTIC!-. IH UK :K:iY GIVKXlliaUpirtiea.
i in lion will he mule lo iii:: Lugialaiivc As-
i Ropihlvnf British Columbia, at Its next session,
for au net io incorporate a company for the
purpiso tif ooiistfuciing.oporiuing and work*
Ingduon tuunolr, tlrif.s or abaft h fur tlio purpose of oxplorlng for, discovering, working,
gotttng. acquiring and recovering miueralH
Bituato in hlinii veins, lodges or lodes in the
[H-trictH of Kast ami West Kootenay, Yale and
Cariboo, in lho Provinco of British Columbia,
and for entering uiun and ttctiuiring lands fm
such purposes, and for collecting h-iln for tha
usoof such tunnels or workings by any othor
porsoiiBor conipanlos engaged iu mining and
for acquiring such water powors or privileges
as may he necessary or convoiilonl Ihcrcfor,
together with such other powers or privileges,
rights nr incidents, na may ho necessary for or
iiieiilental!or|c nidueive lo tlie attuiniilClil of
the foregoing onjects or any of them.
A. 1-3. Ul'MI'llllKYS.
li. Applicant.
EM Al LIME
    MANUPACTUllBD AT	
GRAND . . .
. . . PRAIRIE
Al'I'I.Y TO
J. WARD,
Hlilt'KI.AYHU AND PLASTERER
FAIRVIEW.
Dnlryinplr, \V Qonoml llliieksiulili
KlIlnl.T  tlcni'i'iil .Mereliiini
Shut* tl.O Hollloll dale llolel
Slll.lf'tnl i** I'll  llrlil'l'lllMu'rlllllilH
Sproiile, li. II Qonoml Blacksmith
-hoohnn, Ucorgo J Fiili'i'ieu llutel
GRhhlNWOOD
Wood. H. ic t'o General Merchants
GRAND  FORKS
LouIb Laundry
Miller, M Kottlo Illver Sla,,c Une
Hinipson, 0, K Sawmill
Wanl, .1 Brick and Dime
KELOWNA
Lequime & Lloyd-Jones Implement Agents
Lcqulmo Bros. & Co Gonoral Merchants
Lcqulmo, L Okanagan Sawmill
LADNERS
Hutchorsoi), K Mainland Nursery Co
LUMBY
Morand, L Ram's Horn Hotel j
MIDWAY
Coryell, J. A Civil Kngiuccr \
Guess, Harry A Assayer ■
IliiiiH. ,1. A Mining Bngliiucr
Hain, Ktlward A Stationer* Kte
Ingrlni; M Food and Livery staiile
Ker-linifl - Butchers
Lequime & Cowers   Sawmill j
McNicol, ,1 General Merchant \
I McAuIay_- Lundy Bomulary Hotel:
MeDuir.D ".... Blacksmilh
Norris, W. It Agetil Midway Towiisilo :
Deed, J. W  Watchiiiakor aiid Jeweler \
PENTICTON
Slironlo, A, Q Kxpniwiiuil atn. .iur
Tla.iai. r, .1    Iiailii,..:,   iulel
Wnlker, II... I'onlli'loii LiveryunilBiileSui.lo
ROCK  Cr^bEK
I'lltcnilrlgli, II [look Crook Motel j
SPOKANE
Goiiowa ■ & McAvltioy Nursery
VtRNON
Armslrong. IV. .1 Hnnlwnni Mcrclmnt
Hiink ot lldiilroiil (I.A. lloiiitcn.nn.M-gi'
llilll!l,,'a, Fi'.il ilnmnlci'
Ciuiililiiill Hi ns Fiirniliu'e
Ciirhnine, IV. II Solirilnr
Cron-.ll, T. E  L'onlradoriiiiil llnililer
t'l.ntefliil!, I'. I'' I'liinaiiHainn iiii.I linniriuiec
Coryell,,I A Civil Engineer
Costortoi), ('. 10 ('(iiniiiissinn nml Insurance
IInliiililaiin,.!. S L'lionlisl mill IInigghf
i innil,ri', IV  Livery h'ooii nml Snlo Stable
lllllelilns.'... ntnl Diil'llnin Kloiu'1111
Jnenncs, !•', ii .       Wiileluniil. r in.: J
Kerliy. F..|-li- ji    I Iril
I Liillinci-. !■', II Civil Engine i- tun! A-'-'iiyer
Mnrliii Urofi   lliii'ilivnro McrclianlH
Jlcnkin, W. .1 Knloiiialko Hotel
tlyar.i'.A Vorii-in I'i'li i ■ '
MuriiliyiiiiilKiiiilknor  Vlcl ii.. lintel
Nleiinllcs nil 1 ilaiiaiif  Agi'Ieiillnnil lm;,
IINrnliiiiil I.iiivnk-   Kniln Water Works
1 slniii'iir.l nnil Co llonoral Mcrclianls
Sliiiif-.nl, s. A   Dry linirls nml Millineiy
Sinitli nml Clei'in Vornon Sn.viiiill
[ Taylor, It. N Clietnist nml Ili'uggisl
IVlllintns, (iri'nlil l'liynii'iiin antl Surgeon
I Worgan, A. I) I'liotographor
MISCELLANEOUS
J Caniiijlan Band Drill Co Shorhrooko, Quo
' Marlin Kll'O Anna Co Sow llitven, ('l)ll
, Morrison, 10.1) Mm-car* (inil Mldivny singe
CARFUUR RENDELL
BOUNDARY FALLS, B.C.
Headquarters   for  Miners'   Supplies.
 A GOOD STOCK nl-'
Sn8w, Ciotliiiig, liGcts and Shoes, Powder, Etc,
— OHDI5HS TAKEN lull ALL KINDS OF
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
JUST RECEIVED
?      .   A FULL SUPPLY OF   .
| Men's V/oollen Underclothing,
Overshirts, Fancy and Heavy,
G. ARTHUR RENDELL.
BJ©-^ar    2Sx_.-fc-cls.e3?     BixsirieBS.
a card—,     \MmWk
1!AV.Ml ,.|,,.iiril , liulclicr business. I, ! IUUJUU VV CU   \X
Itiinniliiry Creok, ive nre nrcparcil tn
furnlsli Il.e very cliolcesl meats liic
I..,..ii... n -m'-io Hioee wi.,, uin fiivm- Crser.wcod anil Bound-:ry Falls.
imivl.l   lielr c-.iiit.iin. l'rlcos rcnsonablo       I'LAIL your onion early  fnr I'.inlu.i.
nmloi'ilrrH delivoi'id nt rosltlcncosand
tlir dlircronl inlniiigciuniis.   Vni.r |mi-
I'onngo respcelftilly aiiliriin!.
MtlldWILL  ,1-   Ni'LBO.N. I Jl( IIDWI Ll,   .'. .MI.IIIS.
Ill TCIIKHS,
llinf. Million, I'lnk ni- ani.iii,.!.,  i
Hie  Inal la in   in   ■• k.  iinl   |n
lillaiilllll.il.
4,1
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a Kit at Kit at Kit at a, Kit at a^.iiK'^Ki^i^at^a^ata^atat,
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2idJ - MARK - LEARN!       |
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*,V    -...-...'.' to vnu Ihu very IckI l.iii'((..lns iu illl liui'snf Jfc
geenrAl merchandise ... 8
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&'®f&-£*i:x}& f.
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li. WOOD & OO.   iW
ft
a, a, a* a, at a, at a, at at a^a^at a,t a^at a,,- at,a,t,
Tsyiiysysys'i'iiTsyiiysTsyi^'sytiTtiytift'-iit'syii',''
THE BEST IIEMIODY FOB
C..niini'1-i-iiil juii printing ili.tic ui
tills "llial- III lll'lllg lilies.
Have You  a Cough or Cold?
TRY "TUSSINE." !Coi!gllS,!]olt!stI!P3!l-ll;&,
ETC., ETC
Prepared   From   the   Orirjin ,1
Fo-rmih Only by
R. N. miOH, THE DRU0QI8T,
GL .OWAYS & McAVINEY
Whole ■    e and Retail Dealers in snd Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving- the Nursery
s IM ) I. a r*. K   l- A I- I. s.
\V'.isliii|t;li.i|
i'. t' I,..- soy,
,1. W. l^EEI),
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C,
Fin.' Watch Repairing „ Specialty.
All Vt'orli lVii.....i.ile(l,     oll-llll.
25 -ix-cl SOai. pex- Bottlo
frejinreil and Sold Only liy
R.N. TAYLOR
THE  DRUGGIST,  VERNON.
VIOKN.IN, II. ('.
ittt UK conts and 'Oooiits |ior Imltlo.
do vou oo HUNTING?
Vernon Private College.
VERNON, R. C,
I'' Ani'iiix Meykr, Principal.
SEND Ftlll PniTsPKCTUS.
MINERAL ACT.
Ccrtilicntc   nf  Improvements,
WOTIOB.
Tin; (lin.ni-N OiioiVN MiSKiut. Cum,
Hitnate  ill  lVi.illligi.il   Ciunii.  Kellle Itivor
Mining Division of Yalo District, II. c.
TAKE NOTICE Ilinl I, iv. .1. Porter, free
minor's oorllfloato No, iWI•*), Inloiid, slxly
days from tlio dali hereof, lo apply to Uio Bold
Commissioner tat n eertHlcateof improvements
fnr tho purpose |of nldiiinliig a Croivn gram nf
thoiihuveoialui.
And fni'iliri- tnko notleo Uml adverse claims
must lie sent to tho Oold Conuiiisslonor and
action I'oiiinii'iiccil boforo ihe Issuance of inieii
e.ei'tillrnle of lipprovomcnts.
liiiirillliisiiihilnviif Novoinbor, ISIK3.    I*.
OF COlll'SH
You Mill buy a MARLIN.
BI'CAllSE.___-__--__i
11 linn m.illil tnp-1'roleellon,
it ojecll nt Uin i-liln- ('....veiiloneo,
IllalWitwrlBllI Clllllflirl.
Itliiu tin- Uai.i.aiiii linrriil-Aeeitmcy.
Il lift, filll'iml |i:irla     liniiii.•il,..
1'eml fiiriiiimpli'li! rnlnlinnii!, freo. KimhiIhI nnck
el -arclH fnr 1!) i'i'iiih.
THE MARI.'N FIRE ARMS CO.,
New Haven, I 'inn.
GOLD COMMI^IONER'S NOTICE,
ftU  PLACEII   .MINIMI  CLAIMS   IND
"   Loiucholds legally hold In Un- Osoyoos
: Division of Yalo Dlsirlcl aro laid o'vorfi the
li-t ilny nf Novomlior, l6ilS,lo Hie Ist lill) of
Juno, 1800, 0. A. It. I.AM 111.V,
ii.iiii Conuuisilonoi'.
(li.veri.iiirni (iillr,., Osoyoos, H.c,
m.ili Oolober, IS0S,
. EiiliOti SOLA WATER WORKS
0       .,   ,   a OWNEY, l-itoc.i.-iofic.
I. , of Ail Kinds of Carbonated Drinks, Including1
Utn,;-i .1,..    ■■ -v-i...a, Ci • -o.'i i. Ls.'uon Coda, and Cream Soda.
CHAMPAGNE   G I O E h<.
A Specialty Hade of
i*?-r • -nwberry, Oranp, Pfitoapplo, Vauiiia,  Lemoi
. . — ■. j
Ail iii Finland
Quart ,'u tl
Write tc
Prices.
Win..
Canadian Rand Drill Co.,
Mll'UhliOOlil., (:ii i iliit .
Grand Prairie Hotel
CAHSON, l-IOTI'LIC KIVIOII, ll. (',
Situate in tlie Immodiats Vicinity of tlia Bajndapy Oreek I!o:s,
—§—
First-class accommodation for the Traveling Public,   Stage Lines
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
McLaren bros.
PROPRIETORS,
. ■ of
jCK 0K1LLS AND Alll COMPRESSORS.
in
A'.l i:;ii*ii-,u!ars tho Bet
***•-
S|)(*ciiti Conipn '■
--1            ^    ■    -,   :    -j     ...
/       -
.'
.
sors driven bj
I'ELTON      WAU
WHEEL
'I
mounted dlfeci up
.,            oi. crank-shalti c«
peolally Adapted To
mlll/iiiK lho powui
'   '•.'
rt! mountain v I e^, rr;•
' ",
us shown in   lllui
i ration,
H. P. PALMERSTON.
Agent lor Midway and District, ALUMINUM.
MINERAL ACT. 1893.
Certificate   of  Improvei
Tin. iiitnl roslnfpri-luuingnliiiiiiniiiii
[..'a |hinnil has lieen I'stiiiinti'il nt 25
mils, nn.l il is Inn-lily piolnil.lt' llial ii
will I'lin- In- in-inlni-etl for a much
Inivi'ti in....tint unless il can l.e pro-
ilu.'.'il in large I'linntitics, as i.ntl or
i'..||i.-r.
Tin- price ..I' aluminum, like other
liii'litls, is mnti'i'iiilly iilfi'ctcd liy the
ili-tim- ul' purity, The prices in llie
I'l.lied sillies iiii' tixt'd liy the Pitts*
ling Keiliielii.n foinpiiiiy, and range
In.in HI in HI cents per pound.
In regurdto 111. output of lhe mel.il,
ni |.ii'M'!ii Sirllxerland is Ihe largest
1.1.'ill...'.', prudui'ing nhuul BO per cent,
inure iluin ilie L'nileil States, whlt-h |Certificate   of   Improvement-.
In.-i ycnr prntluciil nlioul .....'-lhi.il nf 	
llu- iini-ld's supply.   This may lie HX'A NOTIOE
Iiiiiii lu In' greatly Inur-Hscd when       Tun Dakk H0R8R Hi-_ua. Claim.
lhe Nlugill'il tiui'ks un* i'iimpl|.|eil.        | Sltmiie in Skylark Camp, Kottlo Kiver Mining
SOTiCI
THE WlNNII'-tl CUIH.
Situate in Greenwood Camp,   Keltle llivcr
Minii.K Division of Vale District, 11. C.
TAKK NOTICE that I, Duncan Mcintosh,
free miners eerlilleaie No. -SHUI, intend,
slxly days from the date hereof, to apply to the
Oold Commissioner fur a eerlsfleateuf improvement*., for the purp.se ol obtaii.i.iK a . iuwii
Knuil of llie above claim.
And forther take notice thai adverse claims
must be sent to tbe Mining ttocordor and action
efiinmenccd before the Issuance of such certificate of improvements.
Dated Ibis oth day of November, 1693.    Ill)
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
Division of Yale Distriet. II. (I.
CORRECTION NECESSARY.
TAKK NOTICK thill I, Hubert Wood, free
minor's cerlitlente No. lltNLi. Intend, sixty
| ilnys frum the date hereof, to apply lo the Hold
Tin- Hi 11 i-li i i iluin liis Mi n ine llei'ind . CommisHiolierforiicertllli-iileoriiiipriivemeiils,
,,..,, , ., f . fur the purpose of obtaining n Cl'iiivn (limit nf
i . lls iiniiiil iiiiinl. ri ami ill sulise.|.l..'lil   ibe above claim.
 I,,.,-nn in ii„, ,i,i,i*iu,ii  linn, hu.i   And further hike notice, that advorso claims
"'""""•"I' ■ '  I'"" me.nHl iiln,tl»M|ittolhoMliilii|(llooordcrniidiiolloii
pieseiilcd in In I uhiii'il I'u.-in I lit-mining commenced before the Isiuniico of auefi ccrtlll*.
,.   i, ... i    ,. ,      ,, ,,       I elite of iinpriivenielits.
ii'lilii-s I'l  lliilnli ( nli nil iii iiiiiI huw ,   Datod Illll Wad day of October, 1MB,
Iimiiii'Ii  lln-ni, uliirh, ns ie|;uids lhat |
Yule
S. A.   dATFORD
;« St'TvH.a.'S'Si'.■•_•_*?:y-s-aa_r.-_.__.
Dspy G-oq-Iss e-.-_-.cL B2"illi3ti.e*i?-y-
V E R N O NT.
The Only Store in the City that Has a Complete Line of Ladies' Goods.
IN DRESS GOODS "" '""'" a" •"M*-**1*"-' uwrtment will, ull the IM-It Trim-
IN  Mil   f  INRRV »*'a re sure .veeniiploiiweyou.iiH .vchiivca lli-sl class lililllncr, and
111     11 ,.,. i ii 1.1\ i   ,..,11 give ynu the lateHl in Ihose goods nl prices never before beardof
Oil H   Il"RP*-i*-ilVI A k* I'* k* has had largo experience at the business, and a perfect
kjkj i\   -/iii,j.)lillll\l,l\ III is guaranteed providing you send lhe correct measure
Ileiiirinliei' we carry everythingthai n lady requires, and can save you money If vou send your
orders to us,  Hend one to-day and be convinced. Tkkmh C.isu With OKD-li.
Armstrong Sash and Door Factory.
ALL KINDS OF
DOORS, SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE  FURNISHINGS, ETC., ETC.,
Manufactured on tho Premises and Kept in Stock.
STOVES!  STOVES!
CflATHAM Bob-Sleighs, Essex Centre Plows, Oliver
Chilled Plows, Cook Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Box Stoves,
Camp Stoves, Hardware of All Kinds, Window Shades,
Iron pipe and fittings, pumps, paints and oils, varnishes,
rifles, shot guns, powder, shot and shells, plated ware,
enamelled ware, wooden ware, tinware, wash-tubs, wash-
boards, spatles, shovels and axes, crockery ware, lamp
goods, glassware.     All   tlie above goods will be sold
Write for Prices to
N. MCLEOD,
    . Armstrong b. c CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE
port lull of lhe I'lnviiiic I,.uiiin
llislricl, Is 11 y limn unite, Welhei-e-
I'm',, lake n m*. .mil .'pi'inliiiiily of re*
pl'i.ilucil.g Il.e Inlli' lefeiiid lu, nnd
append itgttlu lhe necessary enrrec-
liiuis:
lliiuiut.-iry Creek Nearest railway
Mul Inn, Vi'iui.ii.
I'alriilev, Uiiinp -('luniuuiii-atliin hy
Innil from I'l'lllli'll'in, nnd l>y Btngu.
Kellle  Illver    CuuituiUli.nliuU  hy
sluge will. Kiiniliiiipjami Vernoii.
'  Mid ii ii v   111) mill's fit.in Okiiiuignn
Lnii.Hug, tv.tgnn iimd, weekly mail.
(Ikniin.-iii Kail In.ni Sll'llllli.118slit-
linn on (1. IMI,
Uk.iuagaii Mission—Kail from 8l_a-
un.us Iii Vi'l'luni, theiici' liy singe,
ila.iviius llaii.iml stageInOkuuiigan
iMissiuu, I hrn.-.'liy lively.
Hmi Creek Kail frum HiciiinnHs lu
Vermin, stage lu Mission, and thence
hy livery.
Hpitlliiiiiehecn Sicuiniuis to Euderliy. ami llu'ineII miles,
Vi'l'luni   Hail li. Simmons.
II uin,Inry Ci'i'i'k -Neareat railwny
slntiiin mi llii'S, nnil 0. R„ Okanagan
i, Hiding, llietice hy steaiiu!|. to Pentif*
Inn (inil nu hv singe tn Midway.
MINERAL ACT.
Ortlflcutt'   of   I in pi; vuinents.
NOTIOB.
Jack ok Ht'.vplfll minkuai. ('mim,
Sttuato in liic Control Cninp, Kottlo Hlvor MJn-
Ing Division of Yalo District.
TAKK KOTIUK thai we, Hobwt Wood, hoc
miiiLTh corliflcftto Nn. HOW, ami ,1. W,
lliiffli Wood, frcu minor's cortitlctitc No. H1KW,
nnii Frank Uomo, freo minora ccrtiflcrto No.
mtV>. intend, sixty days fiom IlicdaU'horcof.to
apply tu tho Gold Commissioner foi atvr.itlniiu
nf Iiiiprovci 11 ontb, lor tliu jiurpoBi ul outaiiilng n
Crown grunt of tlio abovo ulalm,
And further take nolieo, ilmi advewo olaiina
iiiiihL bv Hen! to tlio Gold (iiiiiinissioiici- and
uoliou coiiitiioiiood boforo thu Usuatiooo! Biioh-
cerlilluilo of i m proven i en in.
Hilled Uiis i'liii) day of November, IKM.
VERNON LIVERY, PEED AND SALE STABIBSL A r  T   A niv/ro^0^vr^
*J*_«r W. J. ARMSTRONG
Single Drivers    .    .  vmOT-aa	
Double Driers .   .   NICHQLLES & RENOUF, L'td
D    Saddle jHorses   .    . vlotorlB- **■ °
HORSES boarded by
week  or  month,
Box stalls if de-        Q
sired,
-WR-°{-< _*i-**"fiit-
MINERAL ACT, 1391.
Certificate   of   Improvements.
WOTIOB.
St. Lawhenou .Misi.;u..i. Claim,
Situate in Central Camp, Kettle Illver Mining
Division of Vulu District, B, 0,
TAKH NOTICK llllll ive, Lulicrl Wood, Iron
miner's eerlitlenle Nn. (HUH. mill .1. VV.
j Knell Wood, free miller's eerlilinile, IIIH!.i, in-
I'liinii'iv C.-inin -('..nu. inniciiliiin liy j toiiii, uixly days frum lhe date l.ereot. to apply
.,„,,. ,.   ' ' tn tlie linlil Lun.lnlBiiu.icr for a eerlilinile of
hnal ir Okaungaii Landing tn in ■ improvements, fur tin. purpose of obtaining a
.linn .iiiiiilii.ni.il in- uiiin, I crown grant of tlio a bovo ulnlm.
Ill lull, 1111(1 luetic.   n>   stag.. Anil liullier Hike inilicc, Hint nilvcrseeliiiiiis
Kettle illver—Steamer Irun. Okuna-1 musl be s.m in the Uoiii uomiiilssionei' and
lirlinll riilinnrllrril l.rfnll! ill!! immune,! uf snell
HORSES broken to
harness, and horses and cattle sold
on commission,
Qenitle double drivers
DEALER in hay and f    " ' 	
grain;   wholesale ft       1, r     il       •   .,1      J • i
and retail.        fi     u      i\zt\Wz single drivers.
all kinds of heavy 1        5 Qentle saddle Korses
teaming- attended  " 	
CORNER Mission and
Tronson streets.
W. GARDNER,
PROPRIETOR.
gall I, Hiding tu Pelltil'tnn, thence hy
stage,
Milivny -Hall frum 8ic.iiix.iis to
Okaungaii Landing, steamer tu Penile-
Iiiii a.uI no hy sin1!;.'.
Okauaguii Missiun—Itail IV..iu Sion-
iiiinis in Vernon, thence hy  singe,  nr
hy-li'iuncr fi-nui Okiiiiiigau  LiukIIii
in Kelowna, thence hy livery.
eerlilleule uf llii|inivellieills.
liulcil this aiili day of .November. 1««.
NOTICE.
THIKTYDAYSfroindatoI.tlioumlorflignwl,
i
intend applying to lhe ABsiatatit Coiitmtii-
stoticr of Li nds ami Works for a license lo
proBpcct for coal on the following doserihed
., .. i tract of land: Coninioiieliiir ai a slake net
Osiiyiios-Billt'iOliiiiiiigmiLiiudiug, ato,lUw„m|iOBm,to(,„„llt|lll(noo*.ol.ockol)d
btciuier lu iViiiii um, mul thence '.>'i ruimtng thimco nasi one mil-.', il.euco south ono
singe. | mile, ilienee wost nne mile, thence nurlli una
Unrk   ('.-.'ek-Uail    to    Okanilgilll   nillotothojiuliitof coi onceinont.
I). A. CALllICIIAKL.
1, uiiliiig, sleamer In Peilllcton, and
I hence liy stage.
Any of these puinls mny l.e reached
hy rail from Spuknne In Marcus, und i
thence hy nlage, twice a week.
Mall singe le.ives Pen.irtiill fur
Mi'iunv every Thursday uiiu-ning.
Hnek Creek Ootobor 2.5, ISM.
A CARD.
NOTICE
TIIIHTY DAYS from date I, llio under-
Biujnotl, intond applying to tho AbhIbUidt
Comtnlasionor of LandHanil VVorkafuralicoiiBo
^"! to pnwpeet for coal on the following described
Iraet of land—commencing nt a staki sot in bed
of Rook creek, and adjoining claim of John
Weir and W. T. Thompson, thenco one mllo
wost, thonco otic mile north, thenco one mile
oaat, thonoo ono ml osoiiih to the poinl of com*
monooinont. JOHN CAMPBELL.
ltock Crook. DccombcrO, Ittti.
mmimmmmt!imMmmmmn\HM
f      I f
if ha 8 w &
listmt mmm
MIDWAY
Tiro    X*-vl -t. ur o
Railway, Mining and Agricultural
1       Centre of tha Kettle River
I
Country.
To  the  Boundary  Oreek  and
Kettle Kiver Miner. .....I ltcsi-
ilciitH Oenornlly:
(IiiKKTiNii.   We  Leg lo niake  thej
iiiiiii.iiiiii'ini'iil  Ihal we have opened
n general store at the new town of
Gieenwnotl on iluundnry creek, when'
ng
huge Hlock uf general nieii'liandise.        Coinmlsilimor of  Lands nnd  Works fnr
NOTICE.
Gieenwnotl on Buiindnry creek, where -pjiMTY DAYS after date I, tho under.
in-huve un  halitt nnd dully arriving a; 1   signed, Intotul to apply io the Awilslniil
in siilh lllng ii sliiire uf your piilrun-
ilgc, we tin nu feeling (•nnlident llllll if
y .ii ivill mil I list ui tillll y.nil' fa vi ns,
iieelise III prospcci for cnal (ill lhe follinviii)*
deserllii'i] Iraet nf Innii-riininiciiciiie;at asluke
Hltuated about three miles east from ltock orooK
nn.l I'liiiniiir; east nne mile,thonco smith nne
We shall he i'.|.i.nly mul mutually hene- j mile, Iheuoo wist nne mllo, thenco north ono
j|( ■i,,,\i j mile to the iHil.it nf commencement,
('ILMtLKS WILSON.
llei'K Creetl. Deeeinber 11, Uiili.
Many ye.-i.-s' experience iu other
purls uf llie province has cnn-
tiuced us ihul lhe puhlic generally
innil.I much prefer Inilu liusiness upon
n cash luisis, providing I lie- price of
goods is consistent wilh thin system.
I'ccilng I'liulldcul thai, such Ih the case, luommlmlonor of Lands nnd Worts f,
ive llcg lo suy Ihul  we have ndiipted loproipoot for coal on tlio follow! (,
ihi*. method of doing htisitieas,  vi . | laud-soiiniioniilnK al a sUiki plan ■
I'llher fin* cash or Iriitle, nnil io doing
hu ne believe ive tire iicliug in lhe hesi
iiiti'tesls pf our customers.
An iiiapii'lli.n uf mil' slock  llllll  Mil   ItoeK, CreoK, lleeeinlicrll, IMli
...iipiii-y ns In price, will cuuvine .ill  Jmmm"^™> u* ■       .-~——	
thai SIII'll is llleCIIHC, MDTII'Kisllereli.VKiyi.ll Ilinl III ilnys fl'illll
,     .                         ,,               , ll    dnle I, .1. K. .MrLrlillilli. niiniii liiniii.il
I.i   I'lini'lilsii'li,  tie iiniiiil  SIIJ'   Ihul : liillir Chief riiininissi ruf Ijiiidsium ll..|-ii*
„  ,.,..  ,„.,,,,.,,,. ., in l iilii,ii„,il In fur a llrriisrtii nil mul riirrj uuij liniliri fiiun
e mj up; iiiiiii.ill tun lie i'l .....I UJ iMl,. |„||mV|I)(( dawrllri I  s.sllnuto In Un
ll-In fii Ier .nil I-'I (Ier .usislani'i' rn  llsnyooH Dlvtilun of Ynlo iilslrlei I
,      ,                , ,.      i ,.. ,      .    t'limini'in'liiiiii! n prini hi I In- inni li riiil ni
He di'velnpiiii'lil ul ihe rich, milling t.lirlalliu Uiko.uhulu ono luuiihoil feci« ,
ll'l'l     llgl'IcllllUrill     I'l'SUIIICes     uf   this   Ol   Wilbur  rreek.   I'lllilliliK  Ilienee  linrlll   lill
'••■■«■' I nolieo ivml li! oliiilni, llionco scnili lin eliiilus,
ll'l'l illll, ' lllOIICt) OOll ll.l'llllilistii|l..illlliri..illllllrl|r|.|iirli
NOTICE.
qrillliTY  DAYS after dati 1, the under-
i    signed, intend lo apply io ti,i ,'i,
four miles casl fromnoeKercoic.lhoti
mllo, thonoo aouth quo mile, thonco w-on <
mllo, tllOliCO north OIIO inile to lhe ];iij|il
I'oninioitconionl, J. I1. HA u>
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual
l» Residents.
H FOR I'AHl'ICDLAUS APPLY TO
f.  W. H. NORRIS ..,..0 R.C. ADAMS,
Jf Midway, B.C.  i Montreal, B.-Q,
I
Si    m
ijl      ft      **
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY.
SOI.K AGENTS KOIt
Brantford ® Binders 1 and ® Mowers
TIIK IIKST IN TIIK MARK! T.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Plough., Harrows be., &c.
WAREHOUSE AT VERMIN,
C. F. Costerton, Agent.
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES
H. E. WALKER, PROP.
FURNISHED
HUNTIN6 PARTIES
St_4liii||i|iiii
* i-ils-Hi lltiif
I
Hi    ?
VERNON : FLOUH : k : ™
Hutchison & Davidson, Proprietors.
Flour and all kinds of Feed always in stock.
Rolled Oats, Oatmeat, and Cornmeal.
Fresh Eggs and Butter.
All kinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruit in Season.
A choice line of Confectionery, Biscuits, Tobaccos A Cigars-
All kinds of Summer Drinks.
Corner Barnard Avenue ancl Vance Street, VERNON, 11. C.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
First CJIhss Accommodation.  Good Stabling,  Terminus of Stage Line
fnnn Marcus, Washington,
VICTORIA HOTEL
VERNON, B. C.
MURPHY & FAULKNER, Props.
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
Accommodation.   Good Stabling,   Terminus
from Marcus, Washington.
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
The Kettle River Stage Line
Running over the MAIL ROUTE
Between GRANO FOK»S and PENTICTfN
Leaves Penl ol in on Thursdays at 6 a. a., arriving at Grand Foks
on Fridays, at 6 p.m.
Leaves Grand Forks, on Tuesdays at, 6 a. m . arriving a.. Penticton
on Wednesdays at 6 p. rn.
No Trouble or Expend Spared   to Make Guests Comfortable. FARES AND EXPRESS CHARGES REASONABLE.
Strictly First-Class iind Charges Moderate. ,,   .,,, , .,„
Best Brands Llquers and Clflfars.       ••       -       Good Stabling'.  s ' '
i ti .p.,
( ',i;ii|il J-'i.rl-s. li. i.
O-JEJO.   Eii-   &pJ_td>,i_3X.E,
tiUCXSIHITH  AMD  WHEELWRIGHT.
HORSEStjOEOr-JO AND Gl'l-ICRAL HEPAtniNG.
Feed Stable Hun in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel. FAIRVIEW. B. C.
',....nki.iK inn in iiiitli'liiiitlon fur  iiiiiiKiiiiii.rri'..iii.ii'1'i.ri.aa. /^-T* T  F\ C TvT   PATC   TTrtTTTT
vi'iir yf.i. I.'.-.'.....!.. i-.a*i..'.-i-; gen -waui>eri&W      b-J-.'UhrJ u-AIh hUlbL
l.lilV llllll.*.. 	
li. WOOD .V ro.
il ,, i ii,.,,i„i...... i',.,.,._ H c    ' MOTlllK Ih horoby Klvra ilm! tlilrli ilny,
 "" ■ »"ll""lll> ' ""■■»■'■   | 1\ Iromilntol.KltrgoralilMcL'loorj-liiioiiillo
Wiil'kH lm- ll lii'iiliHii I'l Ulli   uml   rilll'l   niviiv
V\i\k) flWH    fl      UAIM tlllltwrfl illiiil iwltwil .'ilinl Inn.l, »ini-
LUWHf\U   H,    ll HI IN,      nle in imoyoriH Dlrlnlnn of Yalu lllvlrloU vis:
'        ' i  i'iitiiini!ii.iliiii nl n iiniiii utioiil nnu mllo ivohI
,-,,,.„,„ ill rli|-iatllli(Cl'H|.|(.  l-lllililni;  llirllri!  -una  |:»i|
..   ul-.AI.t-.il IN  ■• .'luiiiiK, llii'iic.. rasl SU iiIii.I.ik, ili.'t urllilai
,, rllllilh. llldliT WOst Nl I'lllli.in lllllll. Hill nf
Stationary, SchOOl-Supplie*. wminai-Mniotit, i nlnliig IWO linn, in,,™or
I. -a. llllll  yin- ...nil li-rl a III ,1'al ,r I.i ini; .1. IV.
T . i Hni.-li Wood8olnlm.
-:-      loys,     -.- iTrwii'iiali. Moolrkrv,
Kottlo Illver, ll. ('., Docombor2,1809,
HOTEL KALEMALKA
-   -   -   VERNON, H C.   -
W.J. MEAKIN PROPRIETOR
THIS   lll)T|a.I,..\,l*l''.l>*-t   NO   SI'LiCIAI.   II l«l'().M M MN IlA'I'ION
tit' Fii'-t'clniM Aoooniiiioclntlon at u..* Hioamoua .Tunotion House, 'Mi
Cigars,
Tobaccos,
(i. (). SHURSON, Prop.
FAlltVIt'W, li. c.
GOOD ACCOMr.iODATION - - GOOD STALLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
A, J,
, _.    ,,,,.. -ll/AXTKl).-A....... fm- ovory iM.jiloil
Notions and Patent Medicines.. VV, .ii'in.i of Manitoba, x. w.t, mid
llrltiali Ciiliiiiililn, In !-(.|iii!si.|i! inn- luu-ily ('nlin-
MirtiAiAV  D  n I dlmi ui'iiwn inii'aci'.VKlni'k nml now uood niilii,
IUWAY, D. O. I tram,   |,|bom| Imluoomonti. to wliolo or |mrt
___—       ... . .     ..   _ | Ullli! nil'!!.   Lxiiciionroil KIlioKIIU'tl ivill llllll ihiH
,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,. oll'or a tiiHitl uiio,  Iniploinonl ngonU, (nnnore,
k'< ) A I) \\ <) I v I.. | (nrmop. »on», clioom inakow ..ml sul on! loncli-
: orK will dn well lo look Inlo IIiIk. Mon iloviitinn
i Inil jmrt linio iin woll witli im, Sloch cii'i'liilly
WAXTKI)  FiioIh .'.'un.' linn' roftdHi prosont ffrown for tlio Wostorn nootlnn, send inwini tu
■ 'nli- nml Kvslcin nf work In y mr vi- Toronto,Out.,forparllutilar*.
chili)   lin ll.i'liiliolll nfllii- IjiiiiIk nml WnrkR KTOM', ANO WmUSOTON,
|.r|ii'iiiiirn! nnd nut- l(o|i,'cH(iiliilivi!K11H0 Iblii! PropHotorsof "roiitlilllKiirnoiioif.
limine i«.loti. Addi-oHB I-irgost In tho Dominion-Over .ooaoroi*.
Tiiniii Vnlli'v. ,1, ll, (lllllsi'iK.      Ile_ilolffiio.Toi.nlo,Oiit,| branches, Chicago
uiui.. Villi.'*, li.., I".      flf,, and Montreal, P. Q.
will leave Penticton 7 a. 111. every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, arriving at Fairview 1 p. 111., and Oro, Washington,
the same evening
will leave Oro, Washington, 7 a. m„ Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays, reaching Fairview at 11 a. m„ connecting with
SS. Aberdeen and S. &. 0. and C. P, Railways.
A. J. Sprole, Prop.
I';STA1IUSIII'',I>    1HHM.
MAINLAND  NURSERY COMPANY
"JUBILEE]   FARM,"
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA   -
Ouk Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia;
Trees Free from Pests.
FRUIT   ANI) ORNAMRNTAIi TREES,  PLANTS AND VINES.
Send for Free Catalogue.   |   E. Hutchkkson, Manager.
XtJk.THL'S   XXO-EL-S-"   HOTEL.
LI'JIHY, B. V.
Firnl-Clnss Aiimiiiiniiniation for Guests, Good Hunting and Fishing
Singes to Vernon nnd Blue Springs,
Iioiils 3MEovEi,rj».d, Prop.
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