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 THE  ADVANCE.
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Vol. V, No. 20.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1896.
$2.00 per Year.
15 W. JAKES, M. 1)., G. M.
BY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE      I      I       :      BOUNDARY FALLS.
QERALD WILLIAMS, Nl. D„ C. Nl.
VEItNON, B. C.
l.ATK OK
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, Km;.
QR. OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, b. C.
Graduate of McGill University.
Late Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacific Ry. Coroner
for East Yale.
J T. MCLAREN, M. D., C. M.
Graduate of McGill U.uversity.
Office: Abmhtronh, B. G.
QR. CORRIGAN,
DENTAL SURQEON.
Graduate of lho Koyiil Collcno of IlouUil
Surgeons of Ontario.
Honor Graduate' of Toronto University,
—OKKIOE—
Pound Block, Barnard Avenuo, Vorno l,,I'.C.
w.
M. COCHRANE,
Solicitor SurumiK Court,
Notary Public, Convkvanckr, Kto.
Office: QUnlore'fl Block, Burniiril Avonuo,
VKItNON.  - II. C.
pitEl). BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
Office : Martin's Block.
Vernon, B.C.
A LLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B. C.
NOTARY   PUBLIC, KTC.
VEIINON, II. C.
I    K. JOHNSON,
Law and Collectino Agency.
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Bought
and Sold.   NotaryPublic,
G-ItAND   FORKS   ....   B.  O.
pORBES M. KERBY, P.L.S.,
A.M.C.S.C.E.,
ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
MIDWAY, B. 0.
'T  E.CROWELL,
TRONSON ST., VrfRNON,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
. Office and Store Fittings a Specialty.
QHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VKItNON, 11. C
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C. A.
Civil Erieineer,
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 IZ.A..-A.S,
MINING ENGINEER,
GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.   C.
Guess    Bi'os.
^SSAYERS^ND CHEMISTg
PROPERTIES EXAMINED
Assays and Analyses of Ores,
Fuels, Etc.
MIDWAY, n. 0,
UltllllNtVIIIJII, ll. C.
M. II.IIIIIKIT. O. T. IIOIXISON
BOUNDARY   CRKIOK
Engineering and Assaying Co.
Greenwood City, B. C
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
Thorough Acunulntiinco with tho Kettle
River nnd Boundary Crook Mining
Districts.
GROCERIES.
Large Shipments Arrivlui! Weekly. We luiy the
the Very Best'Brands, nod sell nl. Wonderfully Low
Prices. Give us a cull nnd lie convinced thut our
prices ure the lowest in lliis sect Ion  of country.
Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Etc.
We curry a large nud well-selected slock of uliove
und ns we purchased our goods for SPOT GASH we
are enulilbd to give our customers the lieneflt of the
Discount,   Give us u Trial Order.
"W. ■2F. Skatf oa?«l sanci Co.
Knit-vie iv, Cuuip McKinney nml Vermin.
PENTICTON HOTEL
J. Tiiuhiikr, Proprietor.
Pleasantly Situated at Foot of Okanagan Lake
Stage Connection with S. S. Aiieui.eenTto
Fairview, Osoyoos, Boundary Greek,
Kettle River AND Points in Washington
Am, Arrangements Made kor Providing
Giiihesani) Outfits for IIuxtixo Parties.
Ou.t.l Boating uml Elstilng.  Row uml Hull IIouls for liini
'       ' *^**Bg**JBSBg^a*gBBBMWB*i
KSTABLISHllD   1883.
MAINLAND  NURSERY COMPANY
"JUBILKW  FARM,"
■   LADNER'S,   •   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
Our   Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia;
Trees Free from Pests.
FRUIT   AND ORNAMENTAL TRUES,  PLANTS AND VINES.
Send for Free Catalogue.   ,   E. Hutcherson, Manager.
?*____-
VERNON - SAWMILL
SMITH & McLEOD. PROPRIETORS.
Sashes, Boors, Mouldings, Turnings Etc.
All Kinds of, Factory  Work Kepi in Stuck mul Made to Order
Coast Cedar Worked  into Furnishings a Specialty
All Kinds of Lumber, Laths nnd Shingles Kept In Stock
Best Material Always Used. Write for Prices and Discounts
Sawmill on Oknniigan Luke, handy to shipment.  Sush nml Door
L                            Factory on 0, P. If., Vernon. |
gg  rcgggj
ARCUSandMIDWAY
__\1!A.&X1   ImXHSU
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at i p. M
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 p. m
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a. m
 r-*	
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL, FREIGHT AND EXPRESS
XI. X».  mOBRISOD-, propribtob.
ESTABLISHED
1670.
WHOLESALE AND
Retail Dealers in dry
goods, boots and shoes,
groceries and provisions,
wines, liquors and cigars.
ial Attention
Paid ' to Mail Orders.
Nothing but reliable goods
kept on hand..
TRIAL  solicited.
Hudson's Bay Co,, Vernon, B. C.
Z>, O. Box. 64.
FANCY GOODS . .
Glassware and Crockery,
School Supplies and Toys,
Stationery, Playing1 Cards
and Games, Dressing Cases
Wall Paper, Violin String's
and Proprietary Medicines.
Agent for the
Ptaix Fire Insurance.
ED. A. HAIN  -  iSDDWAY, 3. G.
EXHIBITION
_-<2-
Tiie Agricultural and
Trades Association of
pn mission
Will hold an Exhibition at
KELOWNA, B. C.
Friday, Sept' 25th
1896.
Reduce;] furrs liy railway nml sii>H.itil)i>ai
llnofl, Kor Information, prl&o lists, entry forms,
pic, Address the secretary al Okanagan Mission.
W. F. Raymor,
President! Kolowna, B. 0,
F. J. Watson,
Secretary, ok.nmKi.ii Mission,
Thopoughbred—-—
Minorca and Leghorn
MINERAL EXHIBIT.
Fur sunn, t imt. ii looked us if Bound-
ury ereek wnnlil I.a the (inly district uf
greal imp..itun.t ilint would not con-
Iriliuli' specimens I., tlie niincnil ex*
hil.it I.. he displayed nl lliu Spokane
Fruit fair, lull imw mailers nre taking
a different course, and llu* exhibit tlu.l
will lie forwarded fnr llie inspection of
visitors fiuiii east uml south, ill fa a I
from all .platters, will lie ..III. llllll will
lie truly rcpresenlallvii of the liilllt'l'ill
lleposils of III.' ili-llirl, iiiiiI one which
will, we are certain,nunpure fuvuiuhly
willi nny oilier I'lllli'l'lillll, from what-
ever soili't'e,
Mr. .1. I', linns,   vice presidi'iil   fur
Bn lilt'}'   ereek   of    ilie   Northwest
Mining association, will luke charge of
the collection of ihc exhibit, uud will
personally ns fur ns pussilile Illlike
selt'clions of Die from llie claims to lie
represented, ll is luteuded llml four
of ihe principal claims in each camp
shall lie sulci!ed unil samples laken
therefrom,
Asa gmally number of rumps exisl
hereabout, there should be nn dilll-
cully in collecting about two tons of
specimens, nnil these if lhey ure
properly displayed nf ihe exhibition
will give a very good idea of Ihc ores
uud iheir characteristics I., be found
in Ibis, the grealesl. mineral bearing
region of Brilisli Oollliublil,
Every minor and prospector wid do
well lo lend every assistance In Ml'.
Haas, so Ihal the collecting of specimens mny be made us easy ns pussilile.
 4.  4	
FACTORS TO  DEVELOPMENT.
Professor W, A. Onrlyle, provincial
tllinei'illoglsl, hns lllis I., suy touching
the menus tlml must V employed to
ensure I lie greatest ninoiint of develop*
ment In oul' minus uiui the .grealesl
amount of beneflt l» llie province, lb'
says;
"Peihnps ilie grealesl factor llial
will deleiiiiine llie progress of milling
and llio renliznl Inn of Iheweallh llial
undiiiil'tcdly is now locked up in lliese
moiinliiins, is Ihc menus of loniiniiui-
cal.iuu und transport, The ores must
he curried In llie metallurgical centers
for treatment, nnd if the orodeposlls
now known lo exisl, nnd those llml
may yel be discovered, are lojic'iiiiule
available und to become a mosl valuable purl of our resources, Irnils, run.Is
und inilronds iniial .l.e cnlislrucled to
make pussilile ihe conceiilratlon of llie
ores, fuels and supplies .-.I llu most
favorable pomis; unil if lliis part, uf
llie industry is lo lie retained in
Canada, Canada must assist In boldly
advancing these means of comtnumca-
I Ion .to make easily accessible die nml
fields nnd lbe mines fa  which Ihu
different classes of ore cnu be iihlaincd,
tlmt separately lire dillicull lo treat,
but brought togelher and Intermixed,
cnn be "reduced ai minimum smelter
charges. Favored by lhe (rend nf lhe
iiioiuiiiiiits und valleys, Americuu railroads iii'.'lj'i'l'i'l >'.entering from lhe
south to transport •• loleuay ures In
the Americnn smellers; but, iintwilh-
slandlng much grealei1 difficulties uf
coiislrucliou, Caiiiitlian roads musl be
energetically huill, and, not only will
more mines be opened up. bill the
large reduction works with the lurge
employment nf capital ami labor will
lie mostly relaiiied wil bin tlilsprovince,
The opening up of Konleiiay dining
the Inst ,-ix or seven years luis been
rapid, Imi llie mosl marked advance
bus followed llie luui.ling of the vtil'l*
uns lilies of iiinnei lion already completed, ns is seen, for one iuslunce, iu
llle rise nf llle new camp lit Rosslund,
bul  more rapid advance is iiiviiiling
and largo markets nru"opening npln
British Colululiln, American business
men ure iiinkiiigstroiigelBfrlstosecure
lliis trade, und lliocul'li'lll once set in,
il will be difficult In defied il into that
channel Innsl' beiielieiul to the com-
tncrelal inleresls nf lliis country,"
 *■»*•-,	
CROW'S  HEST PASS CQAL,
The Fori Steele Prosperlne, sp, liking of iin* foul fields id Easl Koole*
uay.-siiys,:
" The western outcrop of the Held is
on ilie side of tlie mountain in iho valley uf Elk liver, one of the largest
tributaries of ihe Kuoleniiy, Oo the
eastern side lhe eoul scums have lieen
I cured ii distance of III miles, with surface crosscuts Hindu al Intervals, showing senilis and walls, The lowest
known scum is some 1,600 feel abuve
Ihe driiiiingc level of lhe valley, und
HU feel   ill,llli.ikllessj 100  feel   lligllec
lliere is another Beam mi feel thick,
then conies nuni her seam 15feiil I hick,
I hen a small ll-fool one, I lieu a 7 fool
one, I ben another 80-foot sen in, uud
above Ihese nre Dvii more wiirkitble
senilis from 4 to 10 feet in thickness;
Eleven scums iu nil, making u total of
118 feel ill llliekliess of eoul exposed.
These senilis dip uiih Ihe lijounlilltl
easterly ut un angle of IKI to itti degrees,
t lie upper senms having (lie least dip.
There nre Ihree lurge creeks culling
this coal Held, and the senilis ure ex-
posed ou lhe bunks of these creeks,
und openings can he uiiide to mine Ihe
eoul wil Iinui much preliminary expense, I lie cuts iimd,' by 111'' creek
being mure valuable Ihnii so iiiauy
tunnels In prospeel tin- conl, because
there is room to ..penile on hnth sides
of the creek, nnd the mines are proved
lo be permanent, withuut any cosl, in
fuel imi me did the prnspecl Ing,
" 111 ad.Iii inn lo the eoul oil Elk
river, further east on Martin's creek,
nnd olher tribuliiriesof Mitchell creek,
which is a fork'nf Elk river, there is
ituother large bully of conl, ubove the
Elk river Held, but of smaller area, a
great amotiut of lliis Held having lieen
curried away through ibe different
ages since the, cual was formed. The
aggregated! lhe -tepid in Ihe upper
hush) Is somewhat more Iluin nn Elk
river, so llml if a shaft he sunk through
the whole Held, there would be 800 fee!
■if coal in the workable senilis,
"It Mould la' hind In Ihul mail tier
Held of coal wilh iis much coal to lbe
acre, and su easy and cheap lo work.
"The eastern outcrop is near the
summit of the Rocky mountains, the
average distance from wet-tern crop
being 10 miles, showing a coal Held
HI miles tiiiilh and sinilh by 10 uiiles
enst. nn.l west, and un area exceetfiug
250,000 acres. The eoul hi Ihese Holds
differ, invliig no doubt in the dlffi-iwit
ages of lhe conl, there being Ihree different qualities; the lower seams are
iiiilhraciti. in Iheir nature, while Ihu
upper seams nre tlle bituminous coals,
in between are a number of seams of
coal different from anything heretofore
known, Il is soinetilial similar [..funnel cnni, hut. supeiioc to any ctiuiicl
conl known.
"The coals have heen assayed and
tested hy Professor Hoffman, government assayer al Ottawa, for the geological depart inenl, nml the n.suits
shown in the depart men! reportsprovo
Ihnt these coals Would lose nol hint,' by
comparing Ihem willi lhe best coals uf
the same variety iu Pennsylvania,
(living In Iheir piisitinn thesucnnlscall
lie mini il ut a small cosl, anil ami he
pliieeilj.i) curs ready lor shipment ut
$1,23 pec Ion, nnd with ordinal'} freight
rates cnn be placed on all the weslern
innrkel s, to compete with nny mil all
these hellci facilities, which il  is safe  the ennl now used.   It Mould lm well
to predict will be called ou lo carry a | foi- thogovei'iiii tin liuslen in. rn
in regard In the building of the Crow's
Nest railway, fur experls from Ihu
olher side nre investIgaliiig Ihese llelds
of eoul, wliieli are wnllleil by nil lhe
smellers, und Works nf ail kinds on the
olher side of llie line, und we call lhe
lillelllion of Iliose III I crest I'll In lhe III-
tcrillices nf Ihe presidenl nf tie. Ureal
J, J, Hill,  Whn, nil
the consl, Iiiid the
heavy tonnage.    Several   Imporluul
lines are seeking aid lu be Iniill; lines
that will open cnuuli'y thai alrendy Is
proving musl pnoni-higua ii Is further
prospected, and il  is Imped  thnl Ibis
aid will In- granted, so us lo permit the
immediate I'lmmieiiceiuent   uf  ihese
fmpoi'liinl lindenakings,   Nut unly is
llie hulk nf Ibis nre being shipped In j Nnl I Iki ii
llle soulh, Illll lhe huge prnpnrl Inn uf ] his iiaaa.i  tup li
the fast Inci'i'iisliig demand fur mine peuple of Kullspcl lhat shuuld his intend lueri-iiufilc supplies Is being sails, purls, whn are now nl lhe mul Holds,
lied by lbe I iti.' ll hl'l'  side iil'tsiihstunliille the lepnlls   all emly ill Ills
lbe border, villi il -nil iiiiii n greul  piiBsesslim ciinccrnlug lliecnal Ileitis ul
revival iu Iheir business affairs has lhe Crow's Nest pass, I hey would Imvu
or sale.   Price $3.00.
C. K, PlTTKNiiiiKin, Rook Cam-it.
ARMSTRONG HOTEL,
H. KKYES, Prop.
Good Accommodation,
Best Liquors and Cigars,
First-Class Stabling,
ARMSTRONG  B. C.
I'llllnweil llle  npclllllg up of lln-e g 1
markets 111 Hillish Ciilmiilila, greatly
due to the fuel thai  tinier-, full be nuw
mocejpromplli Hlled and forwarded from
this source, I his advanlngu more than
eiiunlerliiiliineiiig lhe customs dulies
llml ure imposed upun impiii-ls, .Not
only ihis. hul much nf tlie mining machinery ninniil'iieiiire.l in Eastern
Canada, nml now being extensively
ordered, Is being brnughl mosl uf lhe
way nver Americuu mill nails tu ihe
point uf entry, Northport. If our
own centers of Iriideare tu hencHl by
this growing business, strong efforts
musl, be made lo gel Ihese facilities
I'm rapid und prompt delivery which,
with customs dues,   uill   more than
au Inland cily Becnnil t" none un lliu
Ureal Null hem railway,"
 ,04
WAR  EAGLE  NOT SOLD.
Pulsy Clink, lh.. pre-iilem of Ihu
War Bugle company, positively denies
lhe sulc uf Ihc great inine, nnd is
greul ly displeased al the newspaper
lalk whicli is inking pi,i.a with reference lo it, Ili'snysthe build expired
on llie 1st. of Angus! nnd nu extension
of liiiie was ever given,
The repnrl nf the sale ofllie War
Engle originated from a telegram sent
by Frank Loclug from 'I'm.mm in F.E.
Nnodgruss nf Spokane,slating thai Ihc
War Eagle deal had been consummated.   Where or how Mr. [.orlngiifot
give Canadian concerns the advantage, his Information is nni, known, hul it
us the fuel Should be realized Ihnt new  dues not appeal tu have been correct, THE ADVANCE.
W.H. KOUttia lJitoi'i«ETOi(
Publlsltod  weekly  nl   Midway,  Ii C,
Subaoriptloii Hrioo, |&0U per annum, payable
tn advance either yearly ur lialf-yoariy ai Hie
option ui' tlie mthserlber.
AdvorlMns Itatussent on application,
Though llu* columns of Tin. AiiVASOK an:
ulwuys iijiuii fm-tlie dlscilHslon nt mutton) of
public Inierest nml Importance wu do uol uec*
eeiaarlly endorse any of the opinions oxpn sued.
C irrospondeiioo of a personal nal ure will nut lie
published,
A New Dpi tecF' C°—RT0N GREENWOOD CAMP
° ; General Real Estate & Financial Agt. bodndar?chbek, b. c.
.. Tie Gi Drop B
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
Wo beg to inform llu- public llml ..a- Imve ! A-eeat Por«^-
I,]... I our now Drug Store and solicit a share     Till* II..YAI. Issrit .isci*: COY.
; :   A i-rna.a in tlilsspuco hull*
: leafed Lliat.yourstiibsei'liitiun
: :tu this paper hus expired.
 **	
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER II, 1800.
That uu stone may lie lefl unturned
tu bring lhe perpetrattirs of the recliul
nf lliolr iinttonugc,
Bu) ing drugs Is entirely a matter of confl-
lleni", IW ill nil i.llna-llllainuaa is au,ilii-li-,iliiill
oasior; nor .lues any olhor avenue afford bo
ready anictiusof disposlngof ivortlilessnrtlclos,
Vnu can buy ii imi.' "I siines for SI ur for ?in.
It is entirely a matter of quality, Thero is us
much tlltlcrciico in Ihc'quality of Urug* ss
i lioro ia in allocs, exeepl in purchnstng ono you
oni use your own judgment, uml iu buying tho
other you ure entirely dependonl upon llie integrity and judgment ul lho druggist,  I
gold brick lonbery lu justice, llie Ouri- ,,„,,. ii Is onl>  ultcr of comfort und up
boo Mining company imw offer Ihe
liiiiiil.-oiue leivut.l of $l,u(XI for the recovery of ihe stolen property, und
.$2,111.1) lor lhe del eel am nnd convicliiin
of the robhci's, unil
Tun l.uxnoN* and Lancabhibe Fibb
Ixsi'hanci* Coy.
Tin; Insurance Coy. ov Noiith
America,
Tin-: London and Canadian Fire
iNsi-itANiK Coy.
Tiik Sun Life AssI'iianck Coy of
Canada,
Tiik Dominioi*Building and Loan
Association,
Appraiser rnit tiik Canada PERMANENT LOAN  AND S.\VINOS CllY.
Oood Accommodation for Travelers.   FirSt-clllSS Meals Served
Good Livery Stable in Connection.
FRED GRAF, PROP.
peuruncu, und in the oilier frequently of life or  ""
dciilh,
If j on wiiiit lbe puroKl uud bosl (IriigH idilaln
able.,wo koIIcII your palroiiaKC! if yon want
•'' -   the cheapiiHt, we eaiiuol accoinmodule you,
•l"*1   Hil-V    provincial aulhorill.-s    „- ,,. ,,.,„„, ,,. ,,,..,„.„, „,„,
iiresoinucliveii, in,, niniie,  iii, hard   ,,„,.,.., „liliii: ,,,.. „„,„,„,,„, ,„,„ .,„,.,, .„„,
todutermlue. yel  lhe present,  ,.,,„.,.,,,,,.,,   ,,,.lli|„i,ni-,, win, llie  mosl
we are mil aware thai any reward,
supplementing llml of lhe cinopniiy,
has been offered by the governuient,
llllllli Ugh UMl Mile ill similar lal-es il ia
generally dune, We iuu reuiiiidcil
Hint when ml,heiies have laken place
in olhei |iuria nf Hie province, Ihe government have immediately slopped
forwaidaud huve offered a guncnuis
coward us iiii liicenliie lo I be detei't ion
and capture of I lie cchuinals, The
upillllelie muiiui'l'iif lhe aiilliucities in
thole Ireatmcul uf lhe musl during
robbery ever pcrpetcatcd oil lhe Pncilic
coast, is hegiuliiug lu gull lhe peuple1
of ibis districl, and ilie state of feeling
of the members uf ihe Caribou company upnu lhe siihjecl.cnn fur more
easily be imagined Ihundesccilied. We
have lielore on formei' occasions
pointed out tin, necessity of an auxiliary force of detect Ives lieing added to
the police force of lhe province, nnd
when a buld rubbery like lhe receni
one lakes pliue ami llie criminals lire
nol speedily hroiighl lo justice, we me   jMll^dycrMliitagfilvlllonof iho District of
all the more conduced lhatadeleclive    Thi    "Possum,   "aratidmninn's   Ilustlo,"
service is an  imperallve necessity, If "L  ,U°"°L" "(TA.'ll'hAMilhY,
due regnrd is paid In  lhe lives mid Onld Commissioner,
property of uur citizens.
irupulous care nml ll'lellty.
Ililliiiili life niny In- in lin- billunco llllll lie*
|ii.|iili-iii mi iin priuniil in liini nf llie remedy
proscribed; I If lho lutlcr bo uol i.i alandard
strength nud purity Iho physician's skill Is of no
iiviiil.niifl lie- pattcnl (nil* nf [niproroluoiil,
Wo carry a full line <>t patenl medicine**, invalids'specialties, lnile! roqulHlles, nli'. in grcut
variety,
Mall orders receive prompl mul careful lit*
l.-ntinii, andniiytblngnol in stock will be pre-
eiireil ut once wil bout nxirn eliargcs,
R. IM. TAYLOR & £0.
Pi) PflWljjib] h\?n))]
QjtEKNWOOD CfTV- H. 0.
_i-i-i^i_-/*rx_t!tLMi.4^T-r*ivs -•.•Miirr '. -evrtsact ~iutam____^
NOTICL.
In tlio Mutter of (ins Hamlin, Deceased.
TENIIEHS ivill lie received by llu; undor-
' signed up [n iinnii mi tin. loth day of November, ISM, I'm' Hie purclim a nf the folio wing
ilalius. siiimie nour lirunil l.'orki
MIDWAY
SAWMILL
Lath and Shingles.
SASH - DOORS.
ROUGH Al KHSSEB
—LUMBER—
§2$ The trade centre of the Grand ffl
m Prairie, Kettle river and M
jjjjg Boundary creek mining and |p
M agricultural country. ffl
I "       ■
NOTICE.
NOTICKIs lioiToby given llml. sixlv days
afterdate hereof, illniipplj to the
balmier nf hands
uul Wnrk-  fui' ticrml
--inn in purelinse
un.drcd and *i>av ncri
•■•.111 : 'l.|. l.:-,i.fl
ailllilli' ill tl..  'I   ,,
Ivill   ail Vnlo Hist
ll llu' I'liiria....! Hul:
i.i nhunblii, viz.!
Information has heen received by
Mr, Siiimi In the effect tlml lhe Mi I.
way lownsiie owners really intend lu
curry nut lliis lull the project of bringing water lulu Ihu town, mul ulsu-uf
furnishing the whole valley wilh wnler  '"(
f'oi- icrigal ion purposes,   The company ! "bmVxiT'aq'iT'ni ifl S°i!"di c"'"Ul-l'"i' .-"T*
hnye many acres of land which ivuulil chains, llicncc cosl forty olialns, the i smith
he extremely vuluahlu If supplied u ii li - Kr'n'.1"'!''.!-'. ''hru^":'o!'';r'iM!.-ih^''esi'erlyVt'ie,*Vf
waler.     The tuwns|ieoiile   here bine ' lliin. following mcaiKlcrlinm of rlvor In poinl i
,        .   ,,   . i   ,   , ,     ,.     cmnnioncouionl,      ItlCHAItl) ,1. IIAVIIffl.
been juslly incensed at t he apathy displayed liy ihe company in lhe pa.-l,
and if again they aae disappointed
their only prayer will be thai the com
puny step down nnd dm, of llie town*
site business all nge I her,
VERNON  NO'J.\ES.(
Ki-niii Our Own Cdrrespoudoiil.
I. Ogden Graham, nf Ihu Hudson's
Bay company, paid Vermin a Hying
visit Insl .leek.
.1. A. Moiiieiin wus in town Monday
and Tuesday  lasl.   T  leralaud he
bus received souic guvernuienl up
piiinltiii'iil.
Neil Thompson 1ms lensutl ihe Benvoulin hold fnnn Mr. Dun  Nicholson,
With lhe eiiiiihinii i i.f lhe  lilnck-
Hiullh shop and hotel, Neil., light luilu
Dated IbisI2thday of Kopioiulior, 1K15.
"MINiML a i •'•.', 1390.'""
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTIl   la.
Tut: Al.lei: MINERAL Cl„tlM.
Situated in bong La'ie Camp In ihc Kettlo
. Rivee Mining Dlvisl'iii of Yalo District.
TAKK NOTICE llml  I. V. V.'ullnatnii.ngi.iil
I   fnr Sir Charles huss, fn iliicrscci'ttUisito
"■u. a L.i, Intend, sixty days fnnn the dal,.
hereof, tu apply in lin' Mining -'.lauiiritar fur n
i'..|.| i lieu le nf iniprovciiictils, fm' Ibopilrptisoof
tibtnlnhig s I'linvii grant in thoabovi olaitn.
Ami furlhcr i;.' c si. ■;■■.  ;i al action, under
BOCtlini llf, Ina-; I .■   ,       a. i ;■ Hn. i--
minnco nf -mli eorllfii-nle ol I nfii'uvcill nils,
Hn'  I Iiii- Till tin-,- nl SuptonlUor, ISM,      1
MINERAL ACT, 1890.
Certifioato of Improvements
lM^_4___mm
VINOS HOTEL,
Hamilton k Mofiillvray,
Proprietors	
\V,.sl   Coil ..I \ /
iienne.l Aveiuio,   VERNON,B.C.
■4t7*i>4
Wliilc : I li*lp:( )i|ly.
Klnt-CluHs In Every Ilespcet.
Every Cinnfortntul Convenlonco.
I-'nui Bus tojind from All Trttlns,
A (.'nil Hollcilcd.
<a_i>
Btablb  :   ii| : < '. .nnt-clitm
i_i^xj____T__T__h&
SSiouiHl oarefuSly consider
tine aost o. mjilorSal, sstd
by figiiriiiy,fInd out itxtPi
ail uin so*
Bough -:- and Dressed :■: Lumber,
Sliioiks, - Ldis, - Elc,
can bs purohasetl at ilie
aad forks Sswiil,
GilZItPliUtiik'ii
Spj   Situated at the junction of if,
%k\ the Boundary creek, Marcus ffl%
ffl and Reservation wagon roads, ml
$.4 Nearest point to the Colville Sea
_m reservation mines. m\
ffl m
ffl LOTS AS GOOD   AS GOLD Ml
m        m
Hi
c-j)V» Cur prices ami mi titner information apply to Ffli'i*}
M C. E. STUART - - -AGENT ffl
£h$i CAIISON, (IliAM) I'llAllill'), 11. (1. $b:(fi
mi _      RrrV.?
If you are nol; troubled with
T A PICS   OB  TD-!IWF^
When you go to Carson call on
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTIOE.
Tm: Last Ciianck MiNBRAL Claim.
Situate in Coppec Camp, Boundary Mountain,
Kettle River Mining Division of Val»
District.
"-PAKE NOTICK Hint I. W. Austin, froo
1 miner' icrlilliiiln No. 7.10118. by my agent,
C I) II. Qreon, P. I,. S„ intone), Hixty days frum
1 lie dat t- hereof, I o apply to the Milling Hecorder
fora ciTliti|.|ii.i uf I'nipruvomeliu,for ihepur-
pusn of obtaining n Crown grant lo the above
eluiin. ...
And further lako notion that action, under
section 117, must be cniiiuienceil  before tlio
iasimni-c uf such ecrlilk-ute uf hiipi-nvciiionta.
lluled Ibis and ilny „f Boptoillbcr, 1SU0.     27
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of   Improvements,
STOTIOE.
TUE LKXINQTON MlSKIlAL CLAIM.
Situate In Central Camp. In the Kettle River
Mining Division of Vale District. B. C.
TAKK NOTICE tlmt we, .1. M. Taylor, frto
minor's rarllllcate No,02171; ll. ft'. Hum.
burger, froo minor's corllnento No. mm; M.
Opiionliolmor, fr nlnort tllteatii No. 09888,
mul '111 ns Kirk, freo minor's lei'lllleiilo No,
ir*.|-'), Iiilmiil, sixty days frum lbe .late hereof,
to apply to tlio Mining Uocordcr for a cortlllo-ito
uf Inipi'Ol'omonts, fur llie piu'iiuso of iililniiiiiig
i. iiiii, ii grant lu llu. abuve claim.
Ami furtlior tuke nolle,, that antinii, under
Bootloll it*, lull*,! be eouiliicnccl before tho
ii-simi nf sncli cerlillnito uf linprovmenls.
liniiii lllis Iih .lay uf September, isiki     27
NINERAL ACT, 1896.
CKlt'l'IFK'ATK   OF   1MPBOTBMEHT8,
MOTICK.
Tin: PiiTTKit Palmuii Minimal Claim.
Si 1 mi in Iii Graham Camp, Boundary Mountain, In tho Kottle River Mining Division
of Yalo District. ':*
TAKE NOTICK tlml 1,1, S. Gmbnm, froo
miner's i-ni-l iilcHtti Nn. 80480, liy my ugeut,
l*. Wolloslon, I'. I,. H., inlenil, sixtv days from
Um iluin hereof, tn apply lu the Mining lie-
eordor fur n eertilli'iilc nf linprnvcmculH, for
tin' ptirposoo] iibtuiiiiiig a crown grunt tn the
abovo claim.
And furtlior take notico Unit netinn, under
section. 117, musl be Qommoncoi] before tlio
IsHtiaacoof such eerlilinile uf iniliruvi'inents.
Dated lliis 2ml ilny uf Soptombor, ISM.     27
MINERAL ACT,
H
V
General Merchant, and buy your
Groceries, Tinware, Saddles and
Harness. The best lines and lowest
prices.
f-JC*. fKU.'.-L r.-ltT-.-aTT .---.iM '2.'W *^»-e*,'.t'.-..^< ,T, .* '
ftp,
Ull
Tii;: Ji'MHO ,Mim :,-\i. C'i.aim.
iitunted  in Copp'ji' Cainp,  in  tlie  Kettle
River Mining Division oi' Ynle District
"T-AKl'l NOTII I'l Hi
!   ngonl fnr T. I,. So
: 1   Clint
ill (Inn ii, ii
iiii'.i'- curtlll-
. ,.:■'■.:.  "Via. i  ..
1x1 y .lavs
'.■ .inil-iluin
1 ,-:■:,   !r::na . ■-:   an
Mining  '
mm?, fi   i
il lull -III
■ run!. I- fur ,i
io purpose iif
..... clahn.
Tin' town ia full nf Indians en mule
In llie Imp licldsut Ihc Alierilecn rnnch.
Thev  i-ouie  i'i   the   Slinilkitiiiccii,
Head of lhe Lake. Spulliuiiclii-rii, i.lal
giinilness knoivs «heie. Tie- cl j. is
very heavy, so tlieru will he work for
all.
The ivealher lias suddenly li mgcil
frum the oppressively Imi j, ii lode-
cnl, illy chilly. Oa fuesilu) ai.l.. Insl
theie ivns ipiilt. Inaavy  I'cost lu-ie. an.l
Ilm Inn a::..ai.n   of'Ihu a iiiiuiiyl   And fiuiher laki unticn Hin
lire   lia^i'iiiiiea   to   -..".'•■   over   Iheic suction^, nuisl be ciiniiiietice
siunini'i'euriiinirs, . ;' V,,,l;;i.,|'iiii'.l';;V/(a|hl,V.'''ni,.|n'i
To ilia  surprise ..I' Vermin, .ludf-c **———■—=.
t'urnwall Kiislalueil the senli.ni :
l'liliccMuxisiruie Iniiiul in lli.. Ueec's
ease. In I'uhniuiy lusi mu local aaaai-
iinie eoiiiiiiiii..| hin I,, six n il,..   Cortlflcittu   01   Illlpi'OVOlllOlltS.'
hard liilinr, lm- lieing a  frei| Ier ..fa
llnllse of ill-repille,    Tin-  cttsc  Wild lip- KTO^XOXI.
pealed d nttui'M'vecul iidjuiiciiiniuils
1111,,iit411 a peciud .1,' seven uioiillis.
Air, Ireland1   senleiicc ivns conllcnied,
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Tin: MnmusoN Minkiial Claim.
uud Hear:  ll ia   iimie   In   Kninlni ji   '
dili'.iuce vile.   Tiitly Ihu ivns nf flic
law uec past huding .aa.
The nl in u Inenn ■.-.' tnaleli I rl iveen
Ki'lnivnn ami i'i,. a, pluycd hell
.Sained,iy, resiiltid ia ,-i |>i   i,  viclury
f.ia Vernon   I hive it nils In in    Tie
lloine Ilium had -pain! iiii pitins to irel
llie gr I iii good shape, an ! n really
was in ax.a II. i i    iii.ilil aa   ih'' Will.mile- uml In,- la.ii  playing well lie
P'-llnaa   i ll   pin -ii.a.   ell .   l-il   nil*
lluilliledly ill" i esl a.In :!i .1 pi iy v iis
llllllli lea Ihc hi . HI I ll Iuu   .   ;'   klllouil,
Clll'lK,   I'i     '.   a. .i   I'll -a j.   ,,   und I
I'l'ilgt'll' pul  up  a  rciillj   a,,    ..,,,,,   !\/!ATTF      C^/|rl   TTR
While nil   II'" Vernon sill"  Huh Bell,   '»•" '   ■  ■*-      OIVICLI Cn.
Ilaverlv, -\. Il-rnie. Poole ami .linen,
lime. .I   ci  -   peclnl  a-a.. „,   The   A''of n. t! li   sulnl   !   ']"'>: '"■■f>,<">
IH'Kl mai. h niil he ]   lyed .: Keli wnii      ...".■: ,',,.       \,' ''i ,',',,,,',
till tlin 251 li ii -i,, uml :i- ih.. a!i   i ui   '    a .a ■,        .hit,, ,i,(| a|.
Situated i:i Deadwood Camp, Boundary liluun-
tuln, in the Kenie Rivor Mining Division
ofYalu District.
MiAKl'l NOTK.'K ia- I,i, DH, tlroon,ngonl
•'• for Hi- Sluri'l* ' Uulil ,M i, i linpTuiy,
free i.iin-ra . ertllfcitlc N .. ii.il a.. Inti-nd. ini,
a. :a ill- a.a., here .. in npi,|,  ■. .','.■
-a n.'    i- a a. i , a . "lai-i.. .   : hnpnivi
ii an . f..r iii- imrposo ..f - ilahiing a ( rotvn
;:•'.;].! i , ilu Itlllivi  , Iniill.
.'.inI f. ala r nil ■  nnlln lhat n. ii under
, i  iH7,n .i In. * ..—,1 buf.ii'i  iii- i-
Itll  ■.■   ii'-ln    a -  |i .,.' a. :i , ■, a- ,ie.
I .ii       a       a,;     ||| .. |,|, ml   .. i a.;.        i
t:*ic national
.;          lltilinublr, .an ;.,ri.| a ll'iiter Ineketed
Mall.' SlllOltl I Ir   I. a lllllll uiih |||g||||
' . iwuil ...I... I t, a.,.,, ifuirmiglili
Lcslcd ..ii,.n't.a inrill ilplil nnd iirsenld'c
iii*  , e. rflp   .    .      a,   i [uu   nf on. |i-,. d,i».,
.     II l« lb   nn  ■■ ul, ell ..le a ... .   I I. ,i
lihinketed liurses, and  llieir inline is mollindnlgold nn.l 'llvci'iironiiuiiiigniiilcnii-
i-ibiv,
um'   skill, mi Iiiul
nn  fie! ufiuij
Ii i' sinrlnl, Tlio
races priuiiise lo he iinusiiuliy Inleresi-1 Ruliiluir hi iin-nr- i* li- itiifuml fuel unly, nml
Illg,   The grenlesl in im ..'i-'inii i.-I ; I' a ha«no.iiiiuparlsoii iflibaii) olhorpro*
Is centered III the two yeur-ohl I col I ing ''{,"■',..n.'''!^','.''™!"1*!,, riirnl-sli ■ .,/ -
match, I'm- whieh   evenl   len   are   iu  pacliy plant enmp  a  i--ul-.'
il'llllllng,    As lliev inc ul' mil clcl.t'tl'll   penplc, sel ii up nn.l lui'nlsl r
nlicisu dark hoes,., which  ,„„,,rally  ffi^Tr»ffl^!S,,fef^*Cl
causes excitement lo run nigh.    I mils monin] ippllcallnn.
ure cnn   uml   kepi   willi a   priifiiuiiil I..   ,.        ' „       _   .,    . _,
secrecy, Ihal ivoiild .1" cicdii to lhe Nstlqna! Gre & RG-Inctton Co,
iliplouiiicy of I.i  Hung Chung,    ll ia.     r,720 (.'liollcnb AvcuucHl, hnuls, Mo.
peeliaps a reiiiiirkalile  imi.1.ail  llml,
willi one exception..-iIIthese voinm-lius
were sired  I y the sunn, lines.'   1'-.. poa-
Moi-i--.il—lhe jmiperlv of .Me   D. Gal- K. ,   , r r ,, ,-.| , ,     ,
Inula r.   A  lillle nei'irer ilie rnci's 1 Nickel, Copper, Cold, Silver and Lead
w ill c mu til-til upun I hepiulialile winner,     '-ij-i oiaioas.
Iinv.a an-   fully    a  Ihi ia llial il, "
lieili.nvea lhe Vl'l'ili.ll hoys I" look 1. ell
oul if lhey would siisiniii llieir lauiels,
Ami now I'liuilliencelll (lm se.i.-iuii
leginil,   Never hefinc ia lie- hial a \- of oi nling I Is kiinwn
V..i-linll   hllVU   -o  many   local   llnVsesih  "'ft'' '.."" ™»:"
I II pul llllll Il'llllllng, and lhe c ill}; i |J|,„( >m, ||„, sin-il-inl'li
ininiii-
Manufacturers of Furnaces
fl*j¥^;;i*f*~ ELSE.
I •/.■•/.■ ■-/.■■?. v.-'/.X- -i. a a y.-*c-y.-».y,a-«-K«i
1    IP-I     T21T_;^-KT,-tr,T-,   a. a      1
1  $1   FIREWOOD  $1
I I
I per load. 1
l-'/.a-vi-aa jraa-a-aa-aa-a-a-aa*  «1
G. K, Simpson, Prop.
rrJll-^ji^.--mcjsj-2i.r,:m...f      ■- ___W_______  I——
l/ERNQN gPRING gREWERY
•V".*B*K3JJ*<OMir,   23.   a.
JOHN HAVERTY 8r CO.
3E»«r o jc» x>X ot. o aril,
i Th;
I'his large and well equipped brewery has been re-opened
tinder new management and will supply
tees?, .ir-Ll©  ShSndL IP©:ii?'ibes:E»
Oi'ft
■■; MM
-   .;.a-."'l
-!-*V
Of unsurpassed quality ancl nt prices which will be found
satisfactory lo ihe public.
Special Attention Given to Orders from tlie 800011,117 Creok Country
"X-A-VltX. .iS
Showing the Dates aad Plates ol' Co.irls       Q
ofAsstaf-isil-rliiMlytii'iiiiilToriiilii-     ♦   A
cr nn.l Ooiwi'lll (Inol llell.ery lor the
yeur in'.lll.
]'-,ll,l, A.-SIZCS.
1 'iinl mi Thursday :!ll h Hcptomboi'
lllcli Held Mondny, 2S1I1 Sopl omhor
Saii.;i...i|i- Mnn.lii.v. .'.1I1 Ootobor
hyllnn ft'l.lay, tllh Ootobor
Voriimi Monday, L'lli Ootobor
Ma..' Wi-iini.iiT Tun iin... :inl Nnvcinbci'
Vancouver Monday, fltb November
Victoria   Tuesday, l"ili Novoinbor
S'niiultno Tuosdny, '.'tlh Nuveiubcr
-J^^-,*.«.'«rgtf?-^5awr-.-p^FBCT*«»a,»^-5.^,,ag-Tj
"'I,..
^ JSi fa
:' .■■■•■'■..•.'.■'.:  >a
f'l- '  'fty^f rX'oSZS
COUNTY COURT NOTICE,
Sltllngs of lho Ctniiily Coiii'l nf Vnt- will be
bullion as fii|liiiv»'i'(
AI Midway,  Nov. 0,  [81)0.
At   (l,..y„n»,   Nni.   7.   IHIIII.
Ai ibeIi'iiciifeli'vi-ii ii'iiiH-li In Hi- forenoon
Bj couunniid,       c. A. II. LAM IILY,
[iovon n' iiiii-. ii . .... , ll, ll, ('.
Aiigiisl ffllli, KM,
Oortlflcate   of   linprovonients.
bioxicb.
Tin.; llcNnKt: Mimoui. Claim.
Situate in Provldonco Camp, Kettle River
Mining Division of Ynlo Distriet.
•"TAKE NOTICE llml I, Jainos Sullierliuid,
I froo miner's cerl Picnic No. KO.UI. und
KuiiiTi Wood, (roe miner's cortiflcato No
lllln'i. inlenil. sixty ilnys Iruiu the .Into hereof,
lo apply to the MiningKocomorfQracortlflcato
of iniliriiv-liielils, fur llie purpoSO uf obtaining
n Crown hi iuu of tho abovo olnlm.
And fan hor lako nutlpo that action, imdor
section :i". must lie coniuionooil befure lho
Issunnco uf such cortiflcato of hnbmvomonts.
llnlcil lllis loth ilny nf August, l-nl. 25
' ^~MINfRALlHT896!
	
Oertiflcato  of   liniirovonionts.
NOTICE.
Tim Last Cu.ixei: Minkiial Claim.
Situate In Smith's Camp, Kettlo River Mining
Division of Yalo District.
'■PAICI'. NOTICK Ihul. I, W. T. Smith, free
I minors oorltlicato Nn. 7U2III, imuguii fnr
Hi- llepiililli- Mining Cu„ Ii.lenil. wixly days
Innii Hi- iluie lioroof,to apply In lhe .Mining
Recorder for a corlllloulo nf lmprovonionli fnr
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of aio^ucK.or*ol,t4ll,,,,,,rn gro,yh Bra,,t t0 tl,°
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.     "'" "
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving' the Nursery
SsPOK A N E   K A 1. I. S,
1'. ( i. liox 583, Wiisliiiiyliiii
h NACONDA HQJEL
♦      ♦ ANACONDA,  B,  C.
Visitors to Ihc Buuiidnry Creek .Mining Camps, Stop nl Hie Anaconda
Good Tn.bie  -  Good Beds  -  Good Liquors  -  Good Stabling'
f-i.jj. ■■ j- ■ ,■  r. . ■    ■   rn 1 ii --   nun 1 in 11-| rnrn mi mmrinami— —**•— ilu
N, Tholl) Ffojirietor.
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
llllll II'ICATH   01''   IMPItO.VHNHNTS.
no'xxgxx.
'imt Tuxas Minkuai, claim.
Sltuato tn Grnbam Camp, Boundary Moun,
tain, in the Kettle River Mining Division
of Yalo District.
TAKK NOTICK llml I, E, s, (Irnhani, freo
minor's certificate Nn, suisu, by my agont,
I''. Wollnsl P. I„ s„ Intend, sixty ilnys from
Un- iluie hereof, tn apply lu u.e Milling lie*
corder [nr a ..crlitlt-nte uf liupi-yvemoiits, fnr
Ihepui-pusc nf ubhllnlng ii Crown gralit l.ubu
illiui 1; eniiin.
Ami fiu-thcr tnku nolieo llml notion, undor
Section 117, must iii common-fed before tin. is*
hiiiinc,' nt suob corlillolUoof iinproyomuiits.
I.nli'il Ihis 'Jml ilny uf Hoplcnibci', luini.     27
MINERAL ACT,' 1896.
Cei'tilioulo   of  Iniproveiiients.
Tin: Nun Hrt-ti Minimal Claim,
Situate tn Smith's Camp, Kettle River Mining
Division of Yalo District.
TAKE NOTICE thul I, W. T. Smith, froo
minors coi'ttftcnui Nn, 7112111, as agent fur
Hn; li.■imlili- Mluihg Co., intend, sixty ilnys
from llie ilulc liereuf, lu iipnly tn the .llinltig
iteenrder for 11 ccrlillcuto of niiprnveiiicnts fnr
Ibo purpose of iiliiiiii.lngu Criuvn grant of llio
nbovo I'liiini.
An.l fni'llici- Ulku nolle' Unit netioti, undor
section :17, must bo commenced before the
isailiilini uf su-b iTi'tilli'iucof ilnlU'oveinontH.
I I11l.nl lliis 271b ilny of Mnja ISIKI. 25
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of Improvements,
x.rni'K.
Tm: IV.tu E.itlia: illiNiaiti, Claim.
Situate-] In Greenwood Cnmn in tlie Kettlo
Kiver Mining Division of Yalo District.
-TAKE NOTICK iiuu w... la
!   rn- minors  corililcntc  N
Tl o. la   Ii.lni-ini. free laim
li-nzler,
ul
O
_*'   Jt   X-/ A-* .4iiH'W*Wtt4<iifai~^:r
®        (•)        GEO, P. MIMS, Proprietor.
•0-apEi,xa..*i Fo_?l__m, 33. €3.
STRICTLY fTIRST QLAG8.
(D JERMS $1.50 AMD $2.00 PER DAY*
i*. ecrtlllcal
mn ilm dul"
horoof, lo apply Iii the Mining II rdcrfir n
... eiiiii.il,- of iinprovonuiiiU fir Ihc pui'poWof
nbtatningii Cri.wn granl to tbo above claim.
Ami further luke notice ihul notion,undor
seelion II", innil   I,. ,-,,,:,|,lt.|,,*cil  liefure tlle is-
-suntn i- (if-iliell e'Iliiienli. nf llnproVOIllblllS,
l.ni-iliiii- atli day of liiguit, lSMl. 1
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
<',. <). si I URSON, Prop,
PAIHVIEW, B, ('.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION ' - - GOOD STABLING
Stopping' Place for Stag'es to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
lOollon 117, musl   tin 00 leneeil  befure   tbo
liwunnco ul such cortlllcalo nf ImpniM'iiioiils.
Daloil tills 11 lh day uf Mny, ISPO, 2d
II '■. i'i   '     .1, .1(1 ■—w^ —
MINERAL ACT.
Oortlflcilto   of   linpcnvi'iiii'iits.
nrotrxoxi.
Tin: (Uin I.K.viiiui MlNUIlAI. Claim.
Situate In the Kctlle Rlvor Mining Division
of Yulo District.
T-AKH NOTICE Hint I, w. A. Corbott, freo
I    minor's oertiflcato No, 47II8J, Intend, sixty
days (r the dm., lioroof, lonnply in th" iiuld
. i'Ullulsaluni'|. fur n eerl illenle nf iluprnvelilenlH
for llio purposo of obtaining n crown granl lu
u.e above ulnim,
And fiirllu r iako nut iee. Hint advorso olalms
musl be sen! iu Hu. (iniil Commissioner nml
notion coi need boforo Hm tssuanoo of'said
oui'liflcntoofilnprovemoiils.
Hated this 1st day of July, 18110, JJ
dissolWiWoTpartnership.
NOTICE ia hereby given Unit Ibo unrllierslilp
heretofore existing bniiveen n,e nndor*
signed I irrylngon ilm hni.il buslnessat the
Piiilieer llolel in Hie t'ilyuf (Irceinvnoil, llriiish
Columbia, hns boon dissolved by mutual oon>-
seul.-l.'ll. Iliibbell retiring. All debts owing
by Hie purl uerslilp ivill lie pnld bj |.*niiik M'onil
uml .1. \\. Nelson, lo .vlioui nil debts dun mill
owing In Uin lule imi'tiicrslilp lire lu be paid.
KIIANK M'llOII.
.1. \V, Nl l„S()\'.
j.m. iiuhbei.l.
I'llll.lP WKSTIOL
IVIIness, C, W. II. SANKOM.
Ilnleil llillh .liilv, A. II. ISIKI. 21 LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Miss Haynes of Rock Creek is at
present visiting Mrs. Thompson at
Midway.
Mrs. 0. J. Lundy left lust week on
a six weeks' visit with friends iu
Bpukane.
Rev. H. W. Irwin, left last week
for Enderby to attend a meeting of
the Presliytery.
Mr. VV. T. Thompson passed out lo
Rossland on Friday lasl, and during
Ins absence mining men of great repute will confer wilh him upun matters of interest lo the Boundary Creek
district.
Discipline will soon he instilled into
the young hopefuls of Greenwood
City, as on Wednesday Inst, Miss Grace
Thornlier arrived from tlie const, and
the opening of Greenwood City's Hrst
puhlic school takes place to-day.
After making a careful Inspection of
the district, Mr. Griiliiun, our representative in the provincial legislature,
returned north on Tuesday last. Before leaving, Jlc. Graham expressed
himself as  simply  iislmiislieil ut llle
vast strides in development ihc Bound,
ary creek country lias made during
the past two years.
A corps of engineers are at presenl,
camped near Okaiiagau lake, win. are
engaged looking up a ruiile for the
proposed Vancouver and Frazer Valley railway, whicli il is Intended lo extend through Bnunilary creek and un
to the Columbia. It in stated no difficulty was experienced in llnding a
feasible route over Hope mountain, ns
it tvus ascertained a good grade could
be had, which would nut at any point
exceed ji pec eenl.
Tlie legal fraternity uf the neighborhood object io the jiiurnnlisfie fraternity wearing leggings, claiming tliat
the community is not an English One
"(lonelier know." In return lhe journalistic fratccnily desires lbe legal fraternity lo spend an denial sojourn iu
the land del apart for thein when the
world was created, and in which the
temperature dues not admit of their
bodies ever being troubled with
rheumatic pains, und in which lhe
only sounds ever heard are Ihose of
slsslng and sizzling, and—
Mr. Ci A, R. I.iinihly came into Midway ou Monday Insl on hi
si'spiiieijl tunc.    Mr. Lanibly
will necessitate his being
Mr, E. S. Graham of Spokane came
in on Friday's singe nud will busy himself looking after his mining inleresls
on Ingniliiiui mountain tor lhe next
few days.
Tlle first issue of I he lloundni y Creek
Times, published at Greenwood City
by Messrs. Harhec k Lnuib, came
out Friday lasl. Typographically, the
Times is very neat. The Advance
withes the publishers every success.
The Rev. Mr. Irwin nf Rossland
visited the district Inst week and held
I divine service iii Midway, Anaconda
nnd Greenwood City. At each service
u lurge congregation assembled to
listen to Ihe reverend gentleman, who
issu wellund favorably known I hriiugh-
ont the length and breadth uf the
province.
If there is nne thing more than another that the average prospector und
iiiinec hns a supreme contempt for, it
is llie bloomer aud legging attachment,
to young Britishers dining Iheir Hrst.
Benson in the country, A young man
starting In the newspaper business in
one of one towns, wns fust becoming
popular among lhe hnys, until nne
morning ho sidled down tbo street en"
cased in nn extremely aggravating
pair of corduroy gunny sacks, wilh
running siring nnd while legging attachment, A ineeling ..f citizens was
held nnd it legal gcnlle.nnn deputed In
cull upun the prospeel ive edilnr and
suggest that the liluinner ami mixed
drinks eru hud nnl yet iiiTlvedJln llml.
town, and alsu that blue overalls nnd
straight whiskey would be cousideted
sufficiently advanced for the present,
 h+4	
MINING   NOTES.
Mr. J. C, Dale has gune up the Kettle river und will start at mice to develop his claims recently located, from
which such gnnd specimens uf ore
were shown a few days ago.
Mr. Marcus Daly's agent, Mr. W.
McKay, is sojourpiiig.in the neighborhood, and under the guidance of Mr.
.Scott McRae is Inking a look at lhe
several cainps, As Ihere nre ninny
gnnd prospects yet imtnnched by capitalists in mir rumps, it is ipiite likely
it will he po.ssil.lt'-.In chronicle Home
transactions before very lung.
The water is heing taken nut uf the
Stein winder shaft iu Greenwood camp,
und under Mr, \V. T. Smith's guidance
he (iwnecs, Messrs, Farrel nnd Mid-
will have il Inree uf lllell
nee, ns it. lots lieeif tie-
-ml lhe development  nf
I
i'k
Osoyoos, B. C.
Fetherston,   Proprietor.
The Hotel is Situated on Shore
of Osoyoos Lake.
Qood Boating
and Fishing,
Kruger Mountain Mines close by.
S. A. Mil k CO.
(SucoeasorH to !t. N. Taylor)
Chemists and Druggists
Vernon, B. C.
Kiu-pn Kll'st-l'liiss stock uf
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Articles
Prompt and Careful Attention
—GIVEN TO—
MAIL ORDERS.
® ®  ®
® ®
Though do not fui! to take advantago <>f
ihis rather limited opportunity, and
have your Photo takon while you havo
thattopportunity of obtaining a true and
® ® Perfect Likeness
And a neatly finished pleturo, .). It.
stunner it--a proficient workman In hin
productions ot art. and guarantees por
feci satisfaction.  Cablnots unly $5,00,
California Sallery, Midway, B. C.
Alta Vista Fruit Ranch
XlZ'22lX.OW_TA, XX. O,
I'm- Klllejhfe.
APPLES
PEARS
PLUMS
J. McNICOL^
Dealer in
*G-©3ae3?£8,l  |K£©a»G]h.*ai3.cl.i"se.i
Agent for
THE GIANT POWDER COMPANY, SAN FRANCISCO,
Powder Maoazike at Anaconda,
MIDWAY AND ANACONDA B. C
Hi
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Kit
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•/*■>   *•-,•*■ 4k\ -fi* •*•*)> ,'■> -/iV 4i\ ./■> /■>
Write fur Prices to
J.   L.   PRIDHAM,
I'UKTDI'I'H'K BOX 111.
NOTICE.
* llllllUtll US*
...     ■ eaenn nt Mill 11
dulies ft
,        , j tviii'kuig ill  i
llns purl !  .,  ,   '
 ,. . .      , coed to exl
of the distriet fur several days I.iconic,
., .,, ,   ,1..,   i,„   ' Ihc pi'i'.ierly  to a   verv eniisit eruli c
iis the great development  Uinl  hus |      i" e "-
he lust visited llle   l'xlc'"1
liikeii pluce since he lust visilci
district in the like cupiicity, provides
plenty of work for hiiii to do, and his
labor will I... made apparent when lhe
assessed valueof properly over previous
years becomes known.   Iu the near
future llle mover cut will derive a
very handsome revenue from tlie
southern porlion nf Ynle district, if
tlle progress of the past year is lnniu-
tained in those to come,
Mr. G. B. McAuley, accompanied by
Mr. Ohniiiberliiln of Spokane, passed
through Midway on Tuesday last, en
route to Camp McKinney, and returned on Friday. Mr. McAuley un
his way up signified his intention, or
rather the intention uf Ihe Cariboo
company, of putting up u first-class
hotel nt Oamp .McKinney, so thai belter accommodation he provided for
their employees, it is said Unit Mc. McDonald and Mr. Conkle, who lind intended liuililing a good hotel nl tlniiip
McKinney, have changed their minds,
and instead will erect one at Rock
Creek.
In a new country, divine services
ace held anywhere nnil under any circumstances in which the parson Minis
himself, and sometimes very Irving
incidents   for   him  crop   up,    Nut
ANACONDA NOTES.
lly ilur Own CorrcBtioiitleiit.
Mnily improvements nre being nuule
iimunil lb.. Palace hutej, und sunn
Mine Host Hiitily will have every thing
in upple-pie order.
Mr. A. 11. Tillman, our enterprising
sawmill innn, bus hulll himself a residence here, which for beauty of design
and finish it wuuld he linril.lo equal
anywhere,
Upon Ihe Molher Lnile iii Dendivood
camp, the Weir syndicate have erected
two line buildings for Ihe men In live
iu, und sinking on the ledge commenced Friday,
Several men ure ut work clearing nn
the townsite, nnd before long Ihe place
will assume tiuite n city appearance, ns
many new buildings will In. erected
before buow Hies.
Your correspondent paid n visit ti
Copper camp tbe past week and fuuuu
everything prospering lliere, as the
drift which is heing run in from ihe
bottom of the 50-fool shnfl, hits pene
(ruled 2(1 feet nf solid ore in the crosscut without any indication of Hie null
on the opposite side heing apparent,
N"
OTICM is hereby given Uml sixlv iluvs
aftor dato, t inbuilt to apply to tho Chiof
fjooiiiilsslono). nf Limils uml »orks fur nor*
mission in purchase tlie following lands, siiu-
iiteilin tho Osoyoos division of Yalo district:
All tlio iiiuiiTiiiiii.il portion uf Hie west imlf
iifsiTlinn 11), township Ii'i. iiiiiI illl llie 1111110011-
l.ii.l purlin]) nf tin- enst Imlf uf si-eliun 21,
Iiiivnslii|iii7. JOHN CAMPBELL,
July iih, mm. m
W. DALRYMPLE
Gr_3a.__._,_     Blacl-camitli
PAIRVIEW, B. 0.
All  Kinds  of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
Specialty.
KERR BROS.
—"-"BUTCHERS,
MIDWAY,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS
REN DELL & CO.
GENERALS
^MERCHANTS
Greenwood Cily and Boundary Fulls, 1. C.
Meal tlollvorot
nt
lock Ci
ou!. nml nil llie
lllnlng Camps,
J. Kerr.
R. D. Kerr.
ROCK CREEK HOTEL
MOUTH OF HOCK CREEK.
XX.   X*t±tlBaxKS—r±s^a,   TH_:ar.
1'[ust-ci...ss Accommodation cnu Goissts.
GOOD STABLING
ll;nt Fishing oil Kellle Itlvorj***
itxsi i u ,n~£iai'..in'3CTE*.M '.r B Bap • I "r*ari*rr**i
H. WRIGHT
i
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B, C.
J.   J.   WHITE
FBOFRIlXtlR.
Centrally Located Stopping Place for Three Difloretti Stage Lines.
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests. Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
No
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
Good Stabling,
Columbin street, Greenwood City, H. (!., has
oponorl witli n nicoatock 'if flroeoriw, Cigars,
Tobacco, Stutionory, otc, A call In respectfully
snlifitcil.
OLSON &PHELAN
n
n
Kit
TS
HA
4,1
Anaaoiiala, D. C-
Repairing Hfeatly and PromptlyDone
Ordora by stngo strictly attciitlort to, Address
Aimcandn Morcatttilo Go's Store.
i's
at
TS
I
. If development were ciirtie.l nn furlong ago in one of our ninstnniliilious! tll(,r;sU|| ,,„,,.,,,,,„,,, „,M||(] ,„. „ ^
tun.nig lhe big mines of Ib-ilislt Co-
Fresh Bread,
Cakes and
Pies ^lways
On     Hand.
A WIDMER, Prw.
I). M'cDUPF
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B, C.
nf Work Executed In tlie Sal
GREENWOOD
?!^Y^-
Is I Iiei'cut iiiITowii ii iiii Supply Poinl ofllie llinniil;
Cleek .Mining Camps, Frum Ihis New Town I'm
lead to Iho
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
All Klndi
furl lull uf (
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lots are Selling freely und nre
nl   III.
nl' Lots uud Other liil'oriiinli \,|,lr
ROBERT   WOOD,
young cities, just us the parson bud
•announced the hymn, "The Church is
the Sure Foundation," lliere was a
•crush. On looking lip, whi.cen in cnl
before ant the elite and beauty of lhe
city, Ihere was an Indiscriminate mixture of frills, furbelows, legs and feel,
This was tun much for fhe parson; he
just dropped the hymn book nud bud n
If cart y laugh, widen wus joined In by
trie congregation. Before fhe laughter
had subsided, the frills, legs nnd feel
Imd adjusted themselves nnd Ihe service continued wlthuul further interruption.
On Wednesday last nt Midway, before U.A..R, Lanibly, S, M„ nnd VV.
H.   Norris,  .1.   I'.,    .Messrs. Sliwarl,
Simmons and (loinstock, ofGroenn d
Olty, iippc.trcd lu answer n suminnns
charging thfl.ll wilh nn infciicliun uf
the License net, viz., allowing lupine lo
be delink on their pceuii.es, lhe Intel',
national hotel, ul Greenwood during
prohibited hours. As lhe license appears in Messrs. Stewart .t I'ullersiiti's
niiino, the charge wnsdlsnir-fsedngaliiBt
Meants, Simmons and Ootnstock, who
only recently purchased an interest iu
the Inisiuess. Mr. Bluclf of Greenwood appeared for lbe defence, nnd on
behalf of bis client, Mr. Stewart,
pleaded guilty to the charge, Heing
the first case of the kind happening in
the Boundary creek district Ihal has
come before the court, the magistrates
exercised their dircreliuniiry powers
and inflicted the nominal fine allowed
by law, $20, nnd costs, at the same
time observing thai as this case would
form a precedent, offenders In future
must nol expect to he treated with the
Biiiuc leniency,
lllllll'ia.
'. MoI.I'OD,
Barrister, Solicitor, 1'tc
AN.te.lMi.l, II. ('.
YOU CAN GET A
Good  Meal
FOR 35 CAT
L
Or Apply In Agenls,
Send Your Order to-*'*0'**"—
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones
For Implements, Wagons,
Bllg'g'ies, Sleighs Etc., Ete.
Flour and Feed, Hay and Grain,
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $50
an acre,  well improved.
Lopme & Lloyd-Jones. Kelowna.
^Restaurant
Anne.uiiin, 11, V.
,). VV, K-KKl),
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty,
AH Wurk Warranted,    ei am
NOTICE.
NOTIOR in horobv given thnt, sixty days
from (Intl., I iiiicnil applying tn llio
Chief ConutitflsiQitor ot 'JjinBs and Wurks
[or poptnlsslon in purnlnwo Llio following trad
uf Innil, situated in tin- Onyoofl aivl-slou <>f Yalo
district, uml mon' particularly described us
follow*-*., viz.; Tlm tinrth half of section 27 and
the south luilf iif Bootlon 34, township 53, non-
slHtlngof Otllacres. \V. II. NOUII1S.
Midway, scpi t, \m. -J"
McKENZIE,
BURNS &
MITCHELL
Bricklayers,
Stone Masons    at the--***—
and Plasterers. ANACONDA
Boundary Falls, li. C,
Estimates furnished upon ap-
prication lor all kinds of work.
Brick, Lime ancl other material kept constantly on hand.J :ll,lr prices all kinds of
Rough and
Dressed Lumber
C. F. C
Oreemvnoil cily, Buuntl'.iy Ci k. I!. ('.
■tun', Vernon, li. C
i
A. K, Stuaut, Vancouver, li. C
fciPriWti -.'"wy.-ST*
**♦*>♦♦•*>♦'»«♦«..
♦
SAWMILL
anaconda, b. c.
You will lind
.ii reason-
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FURNITURE.'. ]
Js ♦♦♦♦<>•»♦»>->*■»♦ •>♦•»♦« »♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦'••♦♦♦♦♦ •/♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«*
GveexL*wobd,  CJi-fcy-.
wisoh hotel
CREENWOOO CITY     .    .    .     ,
.   .   G. E. SE'/MOUR A. CO., Piloi'8.
HALF WAY HOUSE
kettle river
•v-BETWEEN^
Marcus and Boundary Creek Points
-STAGE .STATION AND-
GOOD HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
Shingles, Mouldings, Etc.
A Call Solicited.
A. R. TILLMAN,
i'l'OI'.
Best Brands Liquors anil Cigars
Gooi'ifo Kchvnrtls - - Proprlbtor
!•'. li. JAOftUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VERNON, H. c
SlTiaeliai iin   nn: MAIM  la.,a in t'l
|ii;\inviiiui, Suvi.uui.   ilmi-swu
l.lh'i; AM' OTIIKII HijIMitl.v CltKKK CASH'
STRICTLY   FIRSLCLASS
Terms: $1.60 to $2.50 per Day.
HOTEL KALEMALKA
VERNON, li C
PADMORE i-* PEERS
I'lv,'' )PKIET( )!•'
ITHE LEADING HOTEL IN THE INTERIOR KETTLE RIVER H1NIN0 DIVISIOI*.         4-. Kxeefsinr. T. Colliy, ll. T, Town
uml J. II. .\el.-un.
Record of Mineral Locations for Ihu Woek ; 5. iiulller, J. ii.liiiu*., ,1.  Liiyeux, A.
Ending September 8, 1898. Union and tl. Toronto,
1.   I'eiiil Musi'iitt, Oliilutinit Luke, W.J7. CiilV, .1.0. Green mid W. .1. Hiirris
|.; |/W,.,..                                     i 7. Woodbine, A. 11. FinRiild iiiid E,
1.   Reindeer, Rtss (' k, T. Sunk .1. J* Kendall
Au.-lu.l nml \V. Purr.
1.    Ileurer, llinwn'.s .-,iiti|.,(I. tinnier..u
unil L. If. Perrine.
1.   Mate, Summit eunip, T. Duuan, J.
Anstnd, .1. (lonneliy mul W. Ket-
ehutii,
1.   Venus, Siiinmii. camp, T. Datum,J,
TRANSl'l'ltS,
I.   Oily of Pekin, J lulereut, Ah Ling
Inil. Perkins, T. Curry uuilA. Mill.
1.   Gulden Giunt, J interest, I!. Rubin-
sou tu V. Nelson,
1.   Northern Hell, 1 Interest, 0, Nelson to 11. Robinson.
Austad, J, Donnelly nnil \V. Ki't-j3.   Cosinopolltnu, i interest, .T.Thoiup-
eluiin. SOU In.I. I. While.
1. Mn(»net, Suiiiinll   camp,   W. .1,
Doyle.
2, 'Buck, Browu's cngip, T. Rynn and
.1. M. Lynch.
II. Buiiaii'-a Lnile, I, inleiest, ('. M.
Miller and I'i. liraus lull. P. Mitchell.
ii.   Brady, ). Interesl, .1. II. Smith lu
2.   Missing Link, Brown's camp, .1. .1. I      T. Brady,
Holland, V. Hell mul ,). ,1. Condon,
II.   Argn, Skylark r-iiup, R. lot nun,
li.   Hesperus, Fourth July crook, T. li.
Diilln nnil ti. I'l. Alexander.
8.   Greal  George, Wellinglon camp,
T. Ilugnii.
:i,   OrysWl, Puss .reek, (l. Hicken,
II     Ll    Kiln   Chili,   Puss  ereek, 11.
Hamilton,
II     Vuleher, Puss ereek, I, Schorl),
II.   (Ileal Nuilhern, Nnrlh Pork, .I. II.
Pox iiiid J, W, Ruddy,
if    Homes!tike. Brown's camp,' .1. W.
Ruddy,
U.   Little Piltsliiieg, Brown's camp, A,
(1, llt'eellllilll,
I),   (Inniii, Greenwood cuuip, L.  A.
Manley,
11,   (Iiililen Seal, Greenwood cuuip, ,1.
M. Uuigi'iive,
li.   Due Little,   Brown's  camp,   W.
I'feifer, T. Parkinson, and VV, L.
.McKuy.
.'(.   Mold iif Erin, Long Luke camp, F,
McfJulluni uml N. idee.
8.   N.i.il (fractional), Binwu's ciunp,
K. R, Shannon,
.'!.   Key, Pius creek, P. ,1. (I. Hngen.
8.   Multie Viekers, Siunniil cainp, I{.
Titylne.
it.   Queen  Il.e,   Norlh  Folk  Kellle
river, i'l. T. Sleele.
8,   Winchester,  Nicholson ereek, 3.
Hurl lei I. ntnl F, K. JI. Bi'uwii.
II.   Idaho, Nicholson creek, ,1. Ii.uileft.
nud P. K. ,M.;Ur...vii.
■1.   Leap Year, Skylark camp, L, Boss-
hurt.
•I.   Mitliilghl, l'-.nii  Mile creek, P. Ii.
Penrose.
■I.   Ravenna, Ueiilrul  ciunp,  ,1.   Mc-
Nienl,
•1.   Silver   Slur,   Stnllli's cuinp,    il.
Donagiu,  0,   Harrington and   .1.
Monro,
•1.    Pnelilii, (Jriinil Porks, Thus JJiiumi,
■1.   Roaring Linn. Long Luke camp, 11.
(I. MeOnrd,
4. (inn-ell, Long  Lake cuuip, V. P.
Tascheraiise.
u.   Ooppet'   Sliiel.l,   Skylark   camp,
Andrew Hiinsuu,
fi.   GulLenliei'g,    Greenwood    ciunp,
Andrew lliinson,
5. Berg, Skylark calup, Andrew Him-
son.
6. Bisi cli, Pnui-ili .Inly creek, W.
linlil,ian.
5.   Tullii,  Nnrlh   Fork   Kellle river,
W.J, ll.u-i i-.
5.   Key, Eusl   Ftirli  Keltle liver, .1.
TliHouriiudJ, iMeMiilmn,
5.   Little   Maud.   Lasl   Furk  Kellle
river,  .1.  McMahuii  and  -\.   E.
Pul ill.
5.   Diamond Drill, Easl  Pink  Kellle
River, (l. Vnu N.as.
ii.   Toreador, Grand Prairie, A. Hump-
field,
5.   iM.-iiiiil.ire. Grand  Prairie, V, Sl,
George,
ii.   Butcher Buy, Wesl  Fork Kettle
river, Jauies Kerr,
5.   Onrinl, West Furk Kellle river, .1.
('. Dale,
ii.   Xir, Central eamp. F. W.McLaine,
7. llaitoilly,   Skylark   camj
Brown,
7.   Eiskine, Norlh Fork, A. McCai'ter.
7,   Uolil   King.  North Fork, A. Mc-
Curler,
7.   Antelope, Nnrlh  Fork, (I. li. Kil
lain.
7.   Aiilnine, North Pork, W, Wailtls,
7.   (Iniil,',Innil,-,i.I, II. Schuiiilt,
7.   Newark, Norlh Fork, A. G. While,
7,   Frederick S(l'i'iii'|ioiiul),Pruvidi'iiec
camp, (I. W, Mpi'iiccunil A, Speuce
7..   Hen Pranklin, Nurlli Fork, -I. Mc*
Leiinmi.
7, Lillle .Ine. Nui'th Pork, I. Wltchi'i'.
7    Gui'don, Norl li Puck, J, McLennan
II.   Jewel, J inleresi, 1,. Ilnsslinrl to
M. Garlaud,
11.   (lui.i Drop, 1 interest, L, Hosshnrt
In.M. (imIinui.
5.   Wiishlnglon, 1-15 inleresi, .1. Gili*
hiinsto J, A. .Mi Diiu.iiil.
,j.   Tiger,  l-l.i inleiesl, .I. (iililions In
J. A. McDonald.
.*..   Fiiieipri-e, 1-2U Inleresi, F. Rice
to ll. II. Levsnn.
.*..   Lukeslilc (fritclioiial),JJ Interest, ('.
P. Olldlll In <l. Thrasher,
fi.   LilXle, J  inleresi,  ,\|. McGl'llW, T.
Cui'khlll .uul T. Kuritieii in Anti-
lew II.nullum,
li.    Twill,  |   inleiesl,   M.   McGl'llW, T.
Curkhill ami T. ICii.rilien In And-
le.v II.tiiiillr.tr.
B.    Bllll'k   I'llnee,   I   inleiesl,   M.   Ml-
(irutv, T, Ciirkliill nnd T. Kaiinen
in Andrew Hiimilluii,
8. Idaho, | inleresi, ,M. McGraw, T.
Cnrkliill mul T. Knrinen tu Andrew ll.tiniiion.
8.   Hi ning Bird, ,| inleiesl, .l.lleeee
lu ,1, W, Seale.
8. Liuiilniiilerry, ull interest, E, S.
Weadon to J. Connelly,
FLOURS    4)FL0UR
We have commenced the manufacture of Flour and are in
the business to stay, and we now offer the following brands for
sale: Hungarian, X X X X, Strong Bakers and Superfine.
Also Bran, Shorts and Chopped Feed.
Patronize Home Industry and keep the money in the district. Our flour has been pronounced the superior of any now
manufactured in British Columbia.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong, B. C.
Sra   THE  FUTURE
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RAILWAY, MINING AND |t
We Hani Hardware and Hardware Only,
ARMSTRONG & LAWDER
Hardware, - Tinware ■ anil - Stoves
ANACONDA, B. C.
0-0.2?  Stock:   of
Crockery,  Glassware,  Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
Bellows, Anvils, Heating and Cook Stoves, Woodenware, Sash
aud Hours, Paints nnd Oils, has lieen selected to meet the
requirements of the country, and will he found must complete,
Specialties
Jessop's Steel  (any size); San Francisco  Powder,
Caps and Fuse ; Miners' Outfits,
■■Jo'b.'bixa.'g-   Sls-op
Any order in the Tin or Iron Line will secure our
Prompt an.l Careful Attention ut n Reasonable Figure.
Armstrong k Lawder, tlie Hardware, Tin and Stove Men, Anaconda.
1 A6BWITIAL
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Better TKan EVer.
The Okanagan ancl
Spallumcheen . . .
Agrl. Society's. . .
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ITY9FVEBN0N.B.C.
I    Tie Kettle Biver
Lots cn Easy 1 erms to Actual Residents.
For Particulars Apply to
A. K, STUART,   on to   R. C, ADAMS,
Midway, H. 0, Montreal, p. (J.
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Pentieton Livery, Feed ami Sale Stables
 +__ ,
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HOUSES
AND
GUIDES
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
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8
i'vho Lists, Entry Forms, do,, nro
now rtady, nnil logolhcr wiih nil
other Information, mny bo luui by
addressing tho Sccrotary nt Oka*
('. | nagnn Mission. Reduced (ares by
ihc c. r. It. anil Okanagan Lako
steamers,
Price £Hison,        A. Pos-ii&l,
Proaldonti Secretary,
Vornon, 13- ('.     Okanngan Mini-ion.
NOTICE.
NOTICE I* horoby bIvwi llial, stxty (lays
ufltir (lulu lun-if, I in I anil In apply in
Hi,. Iiuu, tlio (Ilili'f Coiiinilralnnor ol Uiiilii uiui
WorkH fur poriuln.ili.li In inu-ditmo olghiy uereH
ol! I. aiin.iii.il. Uio Omiynn'. Illvlaloii nt Vnlo
DWrl.it, ln tho Provlnoo ..f Hrllluli doliimhln,
via.:
('iiiiiiii..nrliii: nl llu1 Houth'U'twl mn nor uf tlio
noi'tli-iviwi nni. iia'' f Soot tun Nineteen, Town-
ln:i     i.a- -t '•    ■ a ia.i.     v ti...   tvt-Hl   Illl
HOUSE AND CAIi-I^TAGE PAINTING
OTToTT^ Flilin and decorative
"\ ?. v r-• 3       paper Hanging
Royal Intel, Grand Forks, 1 IJ.
M.l.'. ll'Ol.GKW,  PROPRIETOR.
Good Accommodation and Moderate Charges.
Finest brands of Wines.* Liquors and Cigars.   Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.   Saddle Horses a Specialty.
.RY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First (!|»ss Accommodation.   Good Stabling,   Turin inns of Stage Line
from Maims, Washington,
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
JLLLOXSLJLO "J KALSOMINING
—•»**»«-*'Vw*"w-'V^N»-Ata>NwA^^-*'-**w,-*V ^'S-^^*' C-rj. ■'■.■-•VTXXM-i_X_7--__rct.TU.,UJ2STaZi*l
Prospectors9 Livery, Fid and Sale Sta&les
Grand Forks, II. fa., Below the Bridge.
Livery Teams, Saddle aiid Pack Horses and L:iJios' Saddle Horses
Hay, Grain and Wood for Sale.
Teaming of All  Kinds a Specialty.
Grand Prairie Hotel
CAIISON, KETTLE RIVER, B. 0.
I Situate in the Immediate Vicinity of the Boundary Greek Mines.
-jaaw ^:^.?.-.-i---^.r-i_...._,:-_  _. -.■,-jaa.
_      ,....     , ,, ,,. . i Iniill-. Illrlli-'. 'Ullli llu '-llllllia, III,-urn I'.ial lit
.s    (li'iinlln     ul.iiniliiln,     Flalli'rinilli I uhains, thoiiiio nnrlh.SO i-hntiiR. Itivnan wml 'Ji
i'1'i'i'k, Ellu niiirli,
n    Bliick Shi,i.  limun's niiiin, J, P.
Uiilililiighniii mul ,\, II i .lilinii,
k   Tip Tup, X nth I'm-k, O.AIli'lilunn,
K       Kveil II, C.'llppi I  a,inn, .1, J|,  |,|ny,i
iiiiiI R, !!".i.|is|niri.
(IIJItTII ICAT1W lit' V.iillK.
ohuillt. 'ii lini imilll nf 1'iili'iil'a Illi'lil.
W.\|. ll. MoMYNN,
MI.I.viij. II. ('.. July lllh. I»|ii. -2ii
NOTiCt-:.
NflTIimInlimiiby Ijlvon Ilur I, Clin*. !:,. II.
drooii.im lu-'iaii fur A. IV I, Inloiul an
lliiyil frum llnlo aail, inn iiiiiilai linn In tho lllilof
".aiiiii-iiuii.|. nl I.iii>iIk uinl H'ol'k8 lnr irnula.
I    BoMmiTn-iunu'-, I'. Bryml. ffiXySlvW.uM.f'"'..''"i^i..'1 i!!"llla
1.    Viilluw Mulill, .1, Slliiliitlinn iinl I'.   |.n.yiiiooiifllrllliih(Julin.ilila.   Yin: Ihciiiiiki*
,,  ...iiiiiii nana i Iiiiiii Ijliign-MliiiiiliiillnliiliiB
Wllliiilliu, |lliojloyoriiiiionti'oi.orvo.,ii Pun creok, North
iinui. I'-. Mi-
i   ' i.-a. i. .i. ii nni. f, m,-;!;';::;1;,^^!1"1 'Iv,'r*»l ™r. .■■ ■■ ■
c. iraoiiKUN.
Sl.lloy, H.C, July 13, ltM. W,
r.t. M ,L.t~~ ■-nvttr 4mi,..,'ut.-.~--, ajj.a-
MINERAL ACT, .1896.
Oertiflcato   of   linprovonients.
xsoTxcnsx.
Tin: I.KM.iiarnx Mixta: u. Claim.
Carlliiai'il II. \. WIIIIiiiiis,
I Spntli'll ilnraia II. II.ani..a.
I!     l/l-l ('luui.ia   I'.   II lis,   \V,   IU,
Ol'llllllllll nnil ,1. II. I'-nx.
II.   Biiiuinnu l.'il.'. K lOviiis. U. .Mill, i
mill II. I'. Milaliall.
II.   txlin. A. Sliiiniinn. .1.  Hamuli  II.
I,. Mnnilv mill  \V, (I. Entup,
ll.   Mnry  I,. A. Slinniiun, .1. Hamuli    ,
, ... ,,   ,, : .Situate ui Central Camp, Ktiltlo River Min—
""" " ' "' '--"T- i„fe- Division or Vain Olstrlct.
8.   Mni-iniu,', .I.AIir i,ui.innil). W'ikkI.:.,      	
* 'TWM'. Ml! I. t. llml I, John A. Coryoll, an
lii'iid, I  1  auont for J. Taylor, IVoo inlnor'ii corlllicalu
-,    ,., .,„„,,.   i   \i..,..,, ,,a i,  \>.    ,i   No. (Mill, nml Qon. \V. Itiunboi-gor, froo minor's
.1.    ( nppi'1,,1, -Mill..11. a, mil I). Wtintl*  cirllflciUo No. 11*131, Intend, nTslv .|ny< fnnn
hi-utl. II"' 'lule horoof,to apply in Ihu Milling Ilo-
,,     , ,   n   ,,     ,,     co|.[lci'fiiracoi'tlflcntonfliii|iriiveuiont.ifortho
,(.   In,./.. .1.  lliii'tli'tl  mul  I1.  I\.  Mc- purpono nf oblaliiliig a Oroivu grant to lho
.,"",'"',, ,      , i   Antl lurtlior tnko nollcn tlial notion, undor
1.   iii'iuiu, ('. <■ iiiiiii iiiiiI A. Dumpliy. ] "ocllonSf.tniiKl bi ininonuRd hoforc tl.c[ssu*
i      m ,   v ,. in , n *n, ancoof fliiobr.rrtllli'ati. nf lintiroveinoiilfl.
i.   Almi.r.A. N. (i»llinsiiiiil(,,ll),,iniis    Datod this SOth daj- of Mny. tm ii
FURNITURE!
®
CHEAPER   THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
TWO CARLOADS JUST AfflVEB
--^UPHOLSTERING-^-
-tOSSLAND, B. C. VERNON, B. C.
*-WT-^7{T**^.j»--«-****V**«*^^*-^^ ■■.i4tXK-**"*~itir*-l.-.'i.~.2%'l.,:j_-i'4r'.riBr_ «n-Tj-;ww
First-class accommodation for the Traveling: Public.  Stage Lines
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
McLaren bros.      ....      proprietors
THE FASHION
FEED . biVEjiy - Jip - S^E - SABLES
GREENWOOD CITY.
Always on hand Good Single and Double Drivers,  Ladies'
and Gentlemen's Gentle Saddle Horses.   Pack
Horses for Hire.
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates.
THE_
r\\t
Gkkknwood City, Boundauv Ckkkk, H. C.
H H  W
HOTEL
VERNON LIVBflY, PEED AND SALE STABIES
Good single and double drivers and saddle horses, Ladies'
gentle double and single drivers and saddle horses. f-Jorses
boarded by the week or month. Box stalls if desired, Horse:'
broken to harness, and horses and cattle sold on commission
Wu Inni' j'lal npi'iii'il Ilia iiliuvii linln1 iit (Irt'i'intuiitl Cily. mul nre pri'pilicd
lu wi'li'iniu* kiii'kIh .uul provide (?"•"' iitTuiiiiiiniliillun, Ouud (Jiifi.rlii-{, Firsl
lllllHS l.iiaay Slnlila.
WOOD St Wf-.STEL  .  .  PROPRIETORS.
OKANAGAN
KELOWNA, B. C.
*■ •*•__,:„_r      i       i i hi i ■■ ii rmuTirra
Von ciin now purclmao owlar panol doors, boauHfully mwlo ind flnlnhodi window Baflh,
liitlis, sliiiiKli-M iiiid nil ollidr kinds oniuiiKL'fnniisliingH.al LlioOkmmgiin Sawmill. Umiyli and
driiBScd 1iiiiiIji:i* cnnslanlly on iiaml. Ordei's fnnn K'ntllo Iliver dlslrhil Bolloltud und prit;us
fiimislicd u|»in appHcttlion to
N. H.-Hasliaiid Doors at Coast PrlooB- willi Blight Advanoo to cover coBt of frolght
33.  Z-EQTJII&IB, PROP.
Dealer in h i\r and grain; wholesale and retail,    All kinds i.f
heavy teaming intended to,   Corner Mission and Tronson sis,
W. Gardnkr. Proprietor.
0.B.& P. B. NELSON
resekvation"trading CO'Y
(lursnii, li, 0,, und llcst't-yiiliiiii Store, Nelson, Wash.
General .'.' Merchandise
And Miiiurs' Oulllts of nil descriptions,   Our stock is lurge
und complete und we believe yoll will Hnd
Our  Prices  an  Object
If ynu wisli lo save nuuiey.   Give us uu  early call,   Fair
and stpiiu-u dealing is our motto,

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