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 THE  ADVANCE.
Vol. Ill, No. 28.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1895,
$2.00 per Year.
W.T.
General Hants.
X>csi*1oi*-h  :  Xaa
TXT   M, COCHRANE,
fiOUCITOIl KLTllOi: t.'Ot'RT,
NllTAHl- PllBlIc, CONVEYANCER, Kit.
Office: Gilinore's Muck, Barnard Avenue,
VEBNOK. - II. ('.
VERNON AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITIOM,
Matched team, In harness, to weigh    Half hnshel autumn wheal, 1st  I)
,800 pounds or over, 1st I. Hin-il, 2ml Matheson, 2nd II F Young, itrd (■' Lynn
The doors having lieen thrown open Q. Faulkner. .   Half liusliel liiirley;(Chevaher) 1st ,1
to Ihe puhlic, ilu* first thing io attract i       horses-qenerat. purpose,       Thompson, 2nd G Lynn
attention wns the display of vegetalilea j   Stallion, 1st A. L. Fortune. I   Half hnshel liarley (Rough) Isl 11 F
BOOTS,   *  SHOES,   §   CLOTHING
HARDWARE, ETC.   ETC.
We have just received a carload, and
we are selling the same at surprising-
GROCERIES:    ly low prices.   §      %      §
If you are requiring any, call, and be
convinced that you can save money by
dealing with us.
W. T. Shatford k Co.,   Pairview, • Camp McKinney, ■ Vernon.
pilEII. BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
Office! Martin's Block,
Vernon, B.C.
poilllKN M. KERBY;P.L.S„
A.M.U8.0.K,,
ENGINEER  AND SURVEYOR.
VKHNON, H.C.
T  K. CHOWKLI,,
TKONSON H'l'., vziinox,
CONTRACTOR ANI) BUILDER
Office and Store Fittings a Specialty.
PENTICTON
HOTEL
C H. LATIMER,
VKHNON, H.C,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL   .
Laud Surveyor.
Mem. AiiHir Soc. Irrig, KngH.
Assaying- and Analysis of Ores
•
J. THURBER, Prop
Pleasantly Situated at the Foot of Okanagan Lake. #
Stage Connection with SS. Aberdeen
to Fairview, Osoyoos and all points in
Washington.
All arrangements made for providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties.
M Boating and Fishing.   Bow Boats and Sail Yachts for Hire,
LEQUIME   BROS.   &   CO.
KSt OWWA.
Dry Ms, Groceries, Heady-Made Clothing, Hardware, Etc., Etc.
Orders from tint Lower Okanagnn will receive prompt attention,
Price* Rkasonaiile.
VERNON SAWMILL
SMITH k MIN, Props.
SASHES, DOORS, MOULDINGS,
TURNINGS, Etc.
QERALD WILLIAMS, M. D., C. M.
VEIINON, a c,
l.ATK OV
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, Knq,
pHAS. F. COSTERTON,
VEItNON, H.
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C. A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
ANO DRAUGHTSMAN.
to the right of tin* entrance, nnil al
though it must lie acknowledged that
the exhiliile were nol as extensive or
as good, laken on llie whole in in foi-
int'i■ yearn, yet some deserved Iheul-
tenlinn bestowed upon Ihem hy lhe
crowd of sightseers thai thronged the | less Hutu 2,600, ('. O'Keefe,
liulldlng, nnd more especially wns this
lin-ia.se wiih Ihe verelahles, the up-
pies and tin* Indies' fancy work, 'to
the left of the I'lilinni-e tliu grain cx-
hiiiiis ware arrayed, which, luacniinlry
fini'ions for ils agricultural Inula nml
ilsi'ei-eiil producing qualities, needed
nvety foiiions apology, ns Instead of
ns in tnnniT years a line display lieing
in place, the few samples shown de-
noted the lack of interest taken in tbe
exhibition hy those for whose benefit
n few years ago il was gotten up. In
the centre of tbe hallway a fine exhibit
of stoves, ranges unit granite ware, all
manufactured by lhe McCleary Co. of ner, 2nd W. Mlddletoii.
Mare, with foal ai foot, 1st A. L, Young, 2nd M Hill, Srd G Lynu
Fortune. j   Half hnshel oalu, 1st W Middlelon,
Gelding or filly or entire, 1 year and 2ml II Lynn, 3rd 11 P Voting
under 1st A, L, Fortune, 2ml F, ti. Bar-I   Hale timnlliy bay, A 11 Knox
mi I'd. Twenty.fiveJponndB llmolliys I. .1
Matched team, in harness, to weigh Thompson
Six turnips (Swedes) 1st M Hill, 2ml
swine—rehkbiureb, Postell k Crnuse
Boar, 1 yam old or over, Isl JI. Hill.    Three mangold wurlzel, glnlv, lit .1
How iu  farrow, or wns within fl L I'rldliain,2nd FS Barnard
months, 2ml .1. .Murray. Three mangold tuulssel, lung, 1st T
swine yobksbisbb. \\- sterling, 2nd S French
Sow, in farrow, or was within 0    Slxsugarl ts, FSB.trnard,
months, 2nd,I. .Murray. |    Shenf full  wheal,  Isl   Postell  mid
SHEEP, jCrous,., 2nd M Hill
Bam,  I  ycnr old  or over, 1st 0.     sherf mils. 1st  Postell nod Crnuse,
O'Kccl'c 2ml .1. Murray. 2ml Postell antl Crnuse
II,.in lamb, Isl J. Murray. sheaf barley (Chevalier), Postell mid
I'uri.TiiY. Crnuse
Pair turkeys, bronze ur hbit-k, Isl    Siluipleof dried hops, 2 pounds, 1st
W. Miildlelon. ; aml 2nd Cnldslreain ranch
Pair geese, Toulouse, 1st Q. Faulk- fruits
Toronto, and placed on exhibit Ion hy
Mr, W. ,1, Armstrong of Vernon, met
the eye, and was greatly rniumented
upon, as wns nlsol.be display of harness nnd saddlery exhibited by Mr, H.
C. Cooper, and the furniture exhibited
by Campbell Bros., also of Vernon.
In the right wing of the main building
the fruit exliinits were placed, and the
ap-|ilcs, whicli greatly outnumbered all
other kinds of fruit, were perhaps in
point of size, general appearance, and
excellence, as Hue a lot as tins been
gathered together al any exhibition in
the province for the present year. In
tin'lefl wing of the liuililing was displayed the Indies' fancy work, nnd al-
ibough in point of numbers the ex-
biliils were not so numerous ns in former years, yet the quality of work Inni
never been surpassed, afacl I Iinl should
bring consolation to even those who
were not, fortunate in taking prizes.
The display of vegetables by Mr.
Irrigation Protects, Engineering and Survey [ French, of Vernon, that took tile prize
Work, with Plans and Estimates in any offered for  the same  hy I'l, fi, Pi lor
Five varieties winter apples, 5 nf
Portion of the Province Immcdintoty Attended to.
Maps and Plans of Any Porl'-jn of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps' jf Kettle River
Mining Division.
B0UNDARV FAUS, M1DWAV and VERNON,
J. C. HAAS,
MINING ENGINEER,
MIDWAY, B. C.
C. F. COSTERTON
VKRNON, I). 0.
—-A.*§**o:*n.-fc M^oa?—
The Anglo-Columblnn Co., L'td.,  Wliolsale
Importers of Wines and Spirits.
Nlcholles k Renouf, Agricultural -Machinery.
All kinds of Factory work kept in Stock
and made to order.
Coast  cedar worked into   furnishings
a specialty.
All kinds of lumber, laths and shingles
kept in stock.
The Best of Material Always Used.
WRITE FOR PRICES AND DISCOUNTS.
Sawmill on Okanagan Lake, handy to shipment.
Sash and Door Factory en C. P. R„ Vernon.
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly ou hand at Reasonable Prices.
LEQUIME   A   POW EDS, Proprietors.
E. C. CAEGILL/CO.
ARMSTRONG, B, C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots antl Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAMS   AND   B A C O N S .
Write for prices.
A  LARGE  LIST OF   FARMS  FOR SALE,
E.   O.   CAXtdXX,X,  Af   PO.,        r ABMSTBOITG.
 SLBt&aat.  X'oar—
Tbe Okanagan-Spallumcheon Dists.
FOR
The Royal Insurance,
The London k Lancashire,
The Insurance Co. of North America,
Tlio London k Canadian Fire Ins. Co.
The Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada,
The Canadian Permanent Loan k Investment Co.
The Dominion Ruilding k l-oiin Association.
General Real Estate & Financial Agt.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
HARRY  A.  GUESS, M. A.,
(Successor to J, C. Haas, M.E.I
ANALYTICAL    CHEMIST
and
ASSAYER.
HMD-WAT!-, B. O.
RATES:-Gold, Silver, or Lead, $1.00 each;
Copper, $1.50; Iron, $2.00; Oold,
Silver, and Copper, $3.00. Other
rates on application. Samples from
a dlstanco will receive prompt attention.
Send Your Order to
Lequime 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 $50
an acre, well improved.
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones, Kelowna.
k Co., of Victoria, gave n true indication of what the ctiunlry could pro.
dijce when put to the lest liy an experienced hand. A glance at. lbe list
aV.I iliaduse In the reatlei* those who
Were tbe most suceessfiii prize winners
In the differed! t-lns.-n-s nnd divisions,
us .also Ihose who were fortunate
enough In capt ure special premiums.
In tin* slock yards a notable shrinkage In Ibe number of minimis on exhibition wus observed, when cumparetl
wilh former years, yel at the sume
| time,many from among- Ibuse shown
might lie selected llnil would do credit
io nny show yard, and especially in
this respect mny be mentioned .ill-. J.
T Steele's herd of shorthorns, which
we do uol hesitate to suy cannot, lie excelled liy uuy similar Iienl in ihe
province of British Columbia, Following is lhe list of prize winners:
DURHAM CATTLE,
lliill, it years old, 2nd ('.O'Keefe.
Bull, 2 years old. 2ml It. .Miiuson.
Milch cow, 1st,!. P.Steele.
Yearling heifer. 1st and 2nd ,1. P.
.Steele.
Heifer calf, isl and 2nd .1. F. Steele.
HEBEFOBD CATTLE,
Bull calf, 1st O. O'Keefe.
Milch cow, 2nd C, O'Keefe,
Vearllng heifer, 1st. Q. Faulkner,
HOLSTEIN CATTLE,
Yearling bull. 2nd C. Lunisseiir.
Bull calf, Isl O, Larasseui',
Milch cow, 2nd ('. Liii-nsseui*.
POLLED ANGUS CATTLE.
Bull, II years old, 1st Pusl ul I & Crnuse,
Bull, 2 years old,1st Postell & Crouse.
Yearling bull, 2nd Postell k Crouse,
Hull calf, 2nd Postell fcOrouse,
Milch cow, 1st and 2nd Postell k
Crouse,
Heifer, 2  years  old.   1st  Postell k
Crouse.
Heifer calf, 1st and 2nd, Postell k
Crouse,
JERSEY OATTLE,
Bull, 8 years old, 1st. \V. II. Megaw.
Milch cow, Isl W, R. Megaw,
(IBAI1EII CATTLE
iMih-h cow, Isl, Postell k Crouse, 2nd
Q. Faulkner,
HOUSES—ROADSTERS,
Stallion, led, 1st, VV, Lawrence,
Pair geese,   China   white,   1st Q. each 1st Fal her Cornelius, 2nd R Mitn-
Faulkuer, son
Pair ducks, Aylcslniiy, 1st Q. Faulk-    Three rnrlelles slimmer apples, 6 of
ner. J each, 1st II. .Malison
Pair ducks, I'ekin, Isl VV. Mlddlct      Three varieties fall apples, 6 of each,
2nd E, Blrnle. J Isl Alex McLennan, 2nd D Giuliani
Pair ducks, Rouen, 1st W. Middle- SUMMER APPLES,
ton, 2nd M. Hill. |   Five  yellow   transparent,   Father
Pair dark Bi-aluuas, 1st W, Middle- Cornelius, 2nd Postell k Crouse
ton. Five red asl radian,   Alex McLen-
Pair light Bral mas, Isl B. Birnie.     nun, 2nd Coldstream Ranch
Pair Litngshnns, Isl E. Biinic. :   Five  Duchess nf Oldenburg, Alex
Pair white Plymouth Hocks, 1st Q. McLennan, 2ml ll. Graham
Faulkner. |   Uravenstein, PoslellandOi su,2nd
Pair S. 0. white Leghorns, 1st Q. A B Knox
Faulkner. j   Any othrr variety, Alex McLennan,
Pair Ha.,    , s. nny kind, 1st E, 2nd, Mrs W F Cameron
Birnie. WINTER APPLES
Pair B. B. ml game, 1st E. Birnie.     King of Tonikins, Father Cornelius,
Pair Guineas, any kind, Q.Faulkner, 12nd A li Knox
Pair liniiliuus, any kind, E. Birnie,       Baldwins, Father Cornelius
Piiultry—HATCHED IN 181)5,       ;   Golden  Russett,  Father Cornelius,
Pair Turkeys, bronze or black, W. 2nd RMuusnn
Miildlelon. |   Northern Spy, Postell and Crouse,
Pair turkeys, white. K. Birnie.        I2inl 11 Miiuson
Pair geese, Toulouse, Q. Faulkner.   |   Mann, RMunsnn
Pair ducks, Aylesbury, Q, Faulkner.    Pewnukee, J Crnzler, 2nd 11 Munson
Pilir ducks, 1'i'kin, it. Mi-Qtiiii-I'ie.     J    Han  Davis, Alex  .Mil.eiiiiiiu.2iul A
Pair ducks, Rouen, Q. Faulkner.      i B Knox
Pair ducks, Cayuga, Q. Faulkner,    •   Rhode Island Greening, A 11 Knox.
Pair S,  C.   while   Leghorns, Q. 12nd J Ci-ozlei'
Faulkner, j   Any other variety Postell & Crouse,
Pair Dorkings, any kind, (J, Faulk* 2nd Father Cornelius
ner. !   Hyslop t-i-nli apples, .1 L I'liill.nm,
Pair Guineas, any kind, (J. Faulk* 2nd Postell and Crouse
ner. i   Transcendent ciab n|plrp, Mis, W.
DAIRY PRODUCE. j> Cameron, 2nd J Thompson
Three pounds table butter, made by I   General Grant, Postell uml Crouse
exhibitor, 1st ('. O'Keefe, 2nd Alex,'    Pears,  Louise Bonne De .lii--iy.lt
McDonnell, Hul Mrs. ,1. A. Miilir.        I Munson
Crock or lull of butter, not less than    Penis, Bnrlletl.J LPridhitui
20pounds, for winter use, antl made    Pears, Flemish Beauty, Culdstienlu
by exhibitor, 1st I. Hind, 2nd Alex. Ranch
McDonnell, 3rd Mrs. J. W. Riley. Five summer pears, any Kind nut
Heaviest 12 (bens') eggs, 1st W, Mid-1 lu d iu this list, .1 I, I'litUinm
d.etun, 2nd E. Birnie i   Fl™ autumn pears, any kind mu
Honey iu comb, not less than 5 lhs„; named in this list, J Ci-ozier, 2nd J I,
1st li. Miiiisoii , Pi'idhitm
Bread, two loaves, home made, 1st!   l-omhard plums, J I, Pridhnin, 2nd
Mis. VV ('. Pound, 2nd Mrs, Lynn.    Ooldstrentu ranch
VEGETABLES ■   Cue's (iolden Drop plums, J Crnzler
Peek potatoes, early, any kind, 1st 2lld J Thompson
J. Thompson, 2nd Postell k Crouse.    ]   Green (Inge plums, .1 I, Prlllllillll, 2ml
Peck potatoes, late, 1st J. Thompson, J Thompson
2nd J  Crazier I    Oollecllon of plums, II of each,  1st
Peek pota s, any three varieties, 'U'd2nd .I L Piidbaiii
named, 1st Postell k Crnuse, 2nd II.     Six red or blue plums, Cnldslreain
gicQu-mie ! rai"h. 2ml .1 L Prldlmm
Collection of i largest potatoes, 1st It.1   Six yellow or green plums..! Mur-
Munson, 2nd R. McQunrrie I"W, 2nd ■■ Thompson
Two cabbages, summer, 1st 8. F.    Six prunes,   German,   Coldstienni
French, 2nd A. K. Wright j lti'"1'1'' *"''' <'"""''■
Two   cabbages,   winter,   1st,   8.    Six    | es.   Italian    Coldstream
French, 2nd A. B. Knox """'' ""! ir	
W. DALRYMPLE
Creueral    JSliioJ*cHa*,iil<.l>.
FAIRVIEW, H.-C.
All  Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
Specialty,
Two cabbages, red. 1st H. F. Young
2nd A. B. Knox.
Brussels sprouts, 2 stalks, S. Freni-h
Ranch, 2nd .1 Thompson
six  pi lines,   uuy oi her variety, ,1
Crazier,
Collection of peaches, It of each, It
Six turnips, 1st Postell & Crouse, 2nd ! Munson, 2nd ('O'Keefe
j, Thompson. Six peaches, any variety, Alex Me.
Six carrots, 1st .1. Thumps  2nd [ t#iiimn, 2nd H Munson
Fal her Cornelius !   Collection •■' m\«% :*  hes of
Six parsnips, Isl Postell k Oaronse, ''"Hl variety, If .Munson
2n,l(<. Faulkner >   Three bunches lib purple grapes,
Sixni'ile heels, long, 1st, J. Thonip- B Munson
son,2iiilD. Graham I   Three bunches whileorgieengrapes,
Six table iieci-i, round, 1st ,1, Tl p.! Al,'x Ml '■'""""
son, 2nd ti. French ' mm>« """! A,IT' "ATURAI. iiiht,ii,y
Twelv ii 1st ,1. Crozioi', 2nd .I.i   I',lil' h'uging Imskels, S French
•|.| |D||U11 '     llouipiel l III llowers,   Mis  A   llilllie,
Quart picklingonluiis S. Freneli       -1"1 " Mt-QiiiiiTlu
Six em* corn or maize, 1st R. Mun-    Collection la  grasses, Mm A Blr.
mu, 2nd .1. Crnzler
lie,2ml Mis W Lawrence
Filly, gelding or entire, yearling, C,|    Six cms sweet corn, 1st A. II. Knox, |   oil P'lllltiug, original or copy,  ,V
lliililii-iiu
Pair carriage burses, geldings or
marcs, ovei 15.1 bauds, iu harness, 1st
F. S. J tn inm 11. 2nd I. Until.
Pair carriage horses, geldings nr
mares, not over loi hands, io haruess,
1st. fl. Lynn, 2nd N. Thompson,
Single driving horse, mare or gelding, over 15J hands. Isl K. ('. Davidson,
2nd F. S. Barnard,
Saddle horse, gentleman's, 1st KG,
Davidson, 2nd W. R. Megaw,
HORSES—OLTD8DALE8.
Mine, wilh foal at foot, 1st F. S.
Barnard,
HORSES—HBAVY DRAUGHT
Gelding ni' lllly, H years und under I,
1st 1. Hunt.
Gelding or filly or entire, 1 year and
under 2. 1st (j. Faulkner,
\v Lawrence
Collection native stuffed birds .md
animal heads, mounted, VV (' Pound
i.-,'Mv irmiK,
I   Collection of latlios' tnuoy work, tiiileponilt-iiL
fivo vegelabl arrow,IstJ.iluiiii|i- <rfoUioreiitrle»,bjniinumtoiir,Jim 11N Koimy,
2nd II. Munson
Two table squash, S. French
Two pumpkins, |lsl S, French, 2nd
,1. K. Wright
2nd al,-11,; Phillip,
Hiinail lii-l. Mis." .1 TllollipMOl), Tllll .Mi- N
0'Kcclo
sou. 2nd .1. 11. I'li'lliaiii
Twelve tomatoes, A. H. Knox
Four cticuuibers, A. H. Kunx
,„ ,,,, - ,   ,,   ,,      i   i   Appllnuoon n iish, MrsKiistor
Two  can flu'vers,    s    S.  French,;    , .  ,,   „.,
Ainai'iii' milk, Mr* U lAtvrcllC
2nd.I. K. V light
Three citrons, 1st ,1 Thompson* 2nd J
K Wright
Two water melons, S French
Six roois Salsify, lsi TW Blurting,
2nd S Freuoh
lliiiiilki'iTlili-r mirk. Miss OKo.cfo.2nil Miss
llillieuik
I'riiis-stllili I'luliiiililiry. Mis Ii It l>lillllj»
Kinlinilili'i-ril sllppera, liltu A Cliu-ki-. -.'nil Mrs
C Thomas
I'tabruldory in taco Rtltohui, Miss Unbcuek.
Crni'lii'i work in cotton, Mis* Crano, 2iiiI mm
Two bends kale, 1st .1 Thompson, 2nd I itrtjnarrlo
RMcQuarile Crochot work in u-ool, mi* Mc«iian*lo, iinl
field PRODUCE |' Kmhroldory on satin, 2nd MlnClarko
Half  liusliel spiing wheat, Island!,, fmlrolilgy on boiling ill Mr* H R I'nrks,
1      n ' L'li'l Mm II N Keiinv
2nd M Hill, Hid 11 I- Voting | K'piillniicdnii Piikc Kour.l -"
THE ADVANCE.
the soil, and lbe l-lillliile.if I he llivl net,
niny huve thought Ilinl   hen
exempt frum the princiiili
KOItniS ft COMPANY PnoeniRTons        ,,',.   ,,,,., ,     ,
Published  weekly  ni  Midway,  n.C.      \Kw^tur > ills lnboi'-unlil Ibe even*
Huhscrlplinn Prlco. ---'." r ainni i, narahlo  '''-•" '"'; •" ,,IH ll"'.v •'"'l' niislakeii.foi',
•In ailviuice. clilioi      rl      ina    u-ly at UmI f.n* our elTorls to he crowned with sue*
,..;,ll..n nf llii. .Ui-a.-ri- ■■:-. .                     .
AAvarlMiig Bates senl in n|i|ili.-atlnn lrs"' " "'" li'<|MII1' Illl the effort, labor
Though tin   'iiluiiiii       I'u             '   ira nud hraina we lane.   When thernil-
jlSffiiSuninn,;!!   :, .■.,-*■' -i." ■.;:;'','.: -wyw.1. I,„ill  l„,o Ibis country, you
.fiKHarllj cii'ifii'-1mi) i'i' llr- <iiiii,i.ni- ■ ipi'e-wt! 1. nil 1 linughl ynu wiuiUi In* gretilly licne-
ii' irroHp(HHloin.*o uf n pcimmiil nature will imt bo ,.,.   .   i,,,,    '   ,   ,      ,   . ■        ,,'
Aiiblbiiiod. Html, inil  such has nol Iihmi Milmwu1,
tus the high fToitflil   i-iiteH  ure utfuinul
Kit Kit \1t
TS   i'S   iS
§
MONDAY, OCTOBER 2.:. 1895,
A CT i    In la!    a i ■" iinli-
ciitOH ilia:your   iu   .... Ion
I i llli-li.l||.|- '„.-. ■ JXpIl'Ull.
ynu, These obstacles, however,should
not greatly dismal, ynu. lhey should
only have lhe elT.-el of placing you
upnu yum- met tie. One thing we
should certainly all agree upon, and
ihul i-. the oftcner we attend Ihese
shows ami exchange Ideas, lhe better
ii will lie nil' in I was re-
VEIINON AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION,      minded  nf Ihis uhil-i  listening tn a
very forclbleaddie.ssdiilivereillheothei'
(Opening Spaoohos by President Fortune and day ul the Mission liy Professor Robert*
the Oovernor-aonoril. js""-    This gentleman will piesenllyl
\ii..|. innil,. nt waiting, weeks of have something tn suy lu iis.undfr	
.•,... ,,ii*,liici. nu 1.1 tys of anxiety, al lasl 'llls wunU rt" " ''.v l"11'''" l'1'1' '■«' »"«'
the period nickycd  ■ Dili inst for | uesl Ions which will enahle usloiidopl
Ihose nielli .il- which will lend themselves In ilie advaiiceuieul of mil' conn*
try, uinl whicli all recognize as su
necessary  al   lhe  presenl   lime,    In
. iGENERAL MERCHANT, FAIRVIEW, B. C.
t i§§p§§§§§§§§ mmmmmmm
W i W)
}p. LARGEST AND BEST-ASSORTED STOCK IX THE }*{
mm§mmmm'§ m^mmmhm
Boots and Shoes, southern - xwraBXt-xoii
Groceries,
Dry Goods,
GRAND PRAIRIE
hot:
GRAND PUAIlUli, KI
Uood Bto
Liquors and Cigars
HOT33L
QRAND PHAIRHC, KETTUt HIVEB.
Uood Block ut
.   .   .    Good Stabling.
P1U0KS HKASONABU5.
McLaren bros., proprietors.
BLACKSMITH   SHOP  IX   CONNECTION
Singe Lcuvc every Monday nnil   Wednesday
fnr Marcus, Wash.
Hardware, Etc.
§ $§®®§$$i$i*s mmmmmmm
;''FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE ASSURED ||
@f Mi id WWW WWW M § :!iJ D$1$$I§§§
A Full Line of
. . . W. C. POUND . . .
Ta aEiLcLexNUl.l.B'ti Ea-n.cl. 3?ira.3?3:ii'iea?
J lie opi'uln ' of III • liflb aiinii it exhibition "f llu- Oa in tg 111 nn 1 Spillum-
,-!,-.■:, Agricultural - iclely, To say
ill it lhe Fifth exhililll f the society
evils upelie I   llll'lel-  IlllSplfiullS  CU'CIIIII*
glances, would he bul  lo mildly ex-
All Sizes,
closing. I would   say.  we  have every
reason to he llinnkl'iil   Mail   wo have
Hs.   Ha   Ha
4,4 4,4 4,4
pres, lhe  11 ill It,  .... llie  presence of -'"'J' "  "Plenilld^ funnily  In de.elop,
;l!i nrexcelleiii'les, Ibe Mini and Conn*
less of Aberdeen, a cheerful pi'esldent,
A. I,. Fortune, Ustj., a nnied Onmiuiiiu
.ollicinl, I'lail'essna Iinlorison, a large
...ilieolll'se of people   I'l- no  ilia! nil   nml
iiiljiu-eiit valleys, sweel .-nnl seductive
Jiiusic by the Vt'iiitm Oily hand, aud,
c
above .nil. -glorious sunshine after the
rain, donated liy an ever kind I'rovi*
.ileiiee, leiiiV'i) each to lend respective
aid in ihe Jnyousness it' the opening
exercises, Their excellencies having
arrived al lhe appointed lime, Ibey
were .shown theiiugh lie- exhibition
liuililing by lhe |; evident and ineinbers
nf ihe bull coniiniltne, after liisperting
wlni-h,.indftje choicer exhli.ils having
J ii pointed oni lo I hem, they ascended In llie aaa I -laid iu front "f lhe
liuililing, where, in a iivnl uml up-
propi-iiiie speech, lia- president, Mia
Fuel une, introduced tbe distinguished
gue.-as In those present, -uyim
n n ii'iiigiiiliiin ul' ibis Inil should
lie a ,-ulliai.aii enlise Io determine us In
use all nnr skill un I nhlllly in em eying
i.Ill inn WOl-k, SO Ihal lhe future niny
Iinl see II. beaten ill lhe cue uf pro*
gress by any otbei-section of (Innuila,
in- by any other pari nl' lho world.
(Applause,)
Ai thi- juncture Professor Robert-
sun delivered his address, whieh will
nppeiir iu mn- ncxl issue, after which
his excellency emheaced ihe uppni'-
l unity of referring to the reslguatiun All'* N >
ni' Ma. Kelly, inauagei' nf lhe C,,!,l-
sli'i'inn estates, who, he said, was compelled to come lo this decision owing
mill bcallb.
Thanking 'he president, nn liebulf nf
Lady Aberdeen uud himself, fnr his
kindly reference in llieni. he then de-
c lu i-ed llle exili IliC ion open to tiie public
nmiilsl great applause. Before entering the liuililing. Ilii'i'e rousing cheers
were given I'm- each. I heir excellencies,
MIDWAY, B, C.
Animals, Birds and
Fish
Mounted in Klrat-OlnraBty'o
„
SKINS  TANNED  AND
MOUNTED
hill   III as  ami poll BALK,
! Dut Heeds u Specially
lliil..!.- le Vft. Will llerelvo
IS 1} I'l-.'nial  Allil.ii. la
El
Musk Ox Robes Kept
For Sale.
B'111'8 Millie l" tleilne
ii -
HIGHEST PRICE PAID
FOR RAW FURS.
Winner of Gold Medal
Al Uhlcagii, TO, anil Won
Pint Prlzo Wherever
Shown,
I ...-i i Mlloo Box 100
ENDERBY HOTEL
II. W.WniQHT, l'HOl',
:-:   ENDERBY, B.C.   :-:
Livery in ('iniiuii-tiiiil.
Flrst-rliiss lUiiiuluuiiHliilltni  tin- Culumeit-lal
Tl-llVI'lll'l-ri.
tliiiitiug nml Fishing iu ivliiuulunno lliniugb
this district.
PUCk HotSOl mill llai.l.a furninlnil tnS|Kirls-
llliill nn Shortest uol [I'll.
Ladies .-ind  gcntli'in/m,   I   will mil
Ir.iul.leyn;,,ivilh Il.e speech I hail |„.,.. Pre.siileiil Fuel.me ami lhe Queen
|:uro-l In-   lhe  I'liilsii li,   hill   will coll- " s "■
lent myself with it few remarks whilst VERNON  NOTES.
jlilrndlicllig to vnu the wnrlby guests
'hut are now present, for hardly is il l*'ml  ami   l.a.lv  Aberdeen iiri'ived
Arctics
C '()ll|l)i:pllir >!1 Slli'd
iniil boot,
I .iinili'*;-!iii'i
I K'l'S.
StlOW    la.Xl'ltl(ll'|-s
Threc-b tickle
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fliKANAGAN  CAWMILL
FAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
EXCELLENT BOARD
GOOD STABLING
Camp Fairview, B. C.
I BOCK CHEEK HOTEL . . .
\,
Jim TH ul'' BOOK CHEEK.
'.i ft.    Pitten*Lr.ia'llL,    Tft/Xfrar.
lN'ill:
perors,
l\'ti!)hi*r boots.
FELOWNA.B. 0„
You can now   purchase Cedar Panel doors, beautifully Lust-class accommodation mn Guum
 ; |
made  and   finished;   Window Sash,  Laths,   Shingles and|
l-,i,r  -il  other  kinds of house   finishings;   Rough  and   Dressed
.umber constantly on hand.
Iicccesacy In < in c an  nilroilui-liiin un
! tack  on  Fi-idnv's  train   frinn   Nei\
'JiehiiM'uf ihnse wlm ul une time were
strangers from ufur, bul wh iniv now
n i lunger so. I ill are friends living in
,nai-miilsl. As presidenl of the society
1 feel il n greet pleasure In lie afforded
Ibeopportiinily of meeting sn repre-
ai nlnlive un uiulieiiee from oiii'sevcral
iigricitlliii-iil disliicts, iintl iu ull'erliig
you all a lieiirty welcome.   I am sure  ua.
Arctics,
Wcsliuilister,   wh    lhey  luui   heen   LADiES'
.illending lhe exliihilioii, They went
Ihi-mcfh I" Keluwiui on Friday's bunt,
returning ou Saturday, Button Aragon,
Monday's train I rough! io tpiite n
lllllllblT nf distingiiisheil visitors In
Vernon, tinning llieni .sir Wm. ('. Van
tlorne,   nml    Mia    Obtusion,   general  CHILDREN'S
f  llu-   Bank   of  .Moiilrenl.
GOOD STABLING
l'.l Kxaellfnt.Fishingtin Keltic Itivov.JI
ynu, as well jiH myself, feel piiiuil of Wliilc here lho party were lhe guests
h iviug iiiiiinig us sueh perstinttgesas of llu* Furl of Alieidcen. They re-
Loitl and Lady Aleidccn, wlmnreiiow turned In Siciiniiius en route lo ilu
,su well known as Ihe repi-eselllillivc nf
,0111'   gracious   and    beloved    Queen,
Arclics,
easi hy „ special Iraiii Monday night.     GERMAN SOCKoO.nd FELT BOOTS
Mi-. .1. li. Yule mul family nf Kiini* 	
Ibi-niig! he lonu-lh and hreiidlb nf  hmps arcivcd nil Monday's train.   .Mr.
' I:;!::;;!' C."'s;r'ii!;::i,l;,:ga Boservaticn Trailing Co,
Tin' traveling dairy  arrived   here SjH jit,
Monday evening and was in opeiiitinn S      J, S. DONALDSON      (&
itainnilii. nail wli i nro. noted I'm- lhe
.greul inleresi Ibey take hi llie welfare
,n:' lbe homes and ii"-- of Ilia people
ji.uiiug-t whom limy al presenl dwell.
When I tramped over Ihese siuTiiund-
jng lii's suii.e 31 years ago, I hud Utile
i.i.ai nl' lhe many i lianges in llie inler-
leniiig lime, between past um! present
ill day   Tuesday   in   (' ei-nu's Iiu
Quite n number nf people wen! in si
ffl
y«""'!" '«'■"' -';•/";' "«'"",i"' L i»..:,> m ™* ^ g-i, .,, i„ ti CHEMIST k DRUGGIST ffl
''1",'■'"l ••""  i!   H0"1'1   "V 1"' '  Ihent'tofbiillei-iiiakiug.
privilege as ii is loday to introduce In
ymi frum Ihis pliillii.-n  Iheir excellei
,cies,  Lui'd nud  Lady Aberdeen,   Ii
gives me greal  pleasure In cull upon
|,be governor general lo open lhe fair.
ills excellency . e-] muleil by delivering 'he following -pi i'i li:
Ma. Presidenl, Ladies mul (ienile-
ii.en I mu gienily uliligcd lo lhe
worthy presidenl fol lhe ready manlier with which l.e lespniulcd In a
hint 1 vi'lilurcd In ultcr, jusl ns be wus
aiiiuil. to suy 1 wits In spank. I ventured in suggesl lhe wnrds - u few re-
mirks -lhe nppiiiprtaleuesanf which
I;. at once ivan rni.-.eil. especinlly nn
your pail (binchlci) of bnviiig mv
,-peeeb us thoroughly condensed a-
p.i.-sihle   iii   ijiianlily.    Vnu  will  mil.
ANARCHIST MIUNTAIN.
If
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VERNON, B. 0.
Mr. Lilly, the discoverer ul' the im- ti
mouse nun ledge mi Anarchist inniiii- gjt] A Full Lino of««SBI
lain, ensl nf Osoyoos Like, wus in town rfS
i'liesday.    lie says lliere nro n gnnd rfo
many  pruspecl.oi's in Hie inoiinlaliis 5c
yet, iiiiii lhe counlry between Osoyoos fW
nml   Boundary  crook   will   lie  heard ti
from in a way Ihal  will surprise Ihu!l$g
unlives liefiile lhe enil   ul'  mini her sea- ,;Ja
sun.   Mr. Lilly has dune some work on }k;
his eluiin, and  wilh  results I'm- frum *Sj
discoticaging.   The ledge hns nu Iron cM
capping, which nu ihe surface carried ti
Im:   a   I race  uf gnld,   A   shaft   was ..a.)
started nml -it a dentil nf six feel a ft,
sample of the nre went $1,17 hi gold, '-'
Drugs
Patent ritedicines
Toiicf; Articles
Trusses, &c.
Hull   Oriiers   From   tlie   Lower
Country   Will   Receive
Prompt Attention.
Orders from Kettle River  District solicited and pries  A P§fQTR()|j(}    HflTEL
furnished upon application to
 I '.'  11.  KEYES,  Prop.
Xm.    IlEQTEJEUffilB,   PROP.      Good Accummodatiou,
Hest Liquors and Oigure,
M i
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a. -t n.ft:
Ficsl-ClassStahling,
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
-   -   -   VERNON, I1C.   -   -   -
W. J. MEAKIN PROPRIETOR!
FOR SALE
THIS  MOI'lOI, NKKDS   NO  SI'Ki'lAl,  RlilCOJIMTCNDATION
US' Fll'St-C'lHSB  Aei'iilllllliHllltiini   III    III,'  Sirllllliilis   .Illlli'liiill    IIiiiisi-.'M
«a.w,a«iu..!ir-ia***.L:.ro<uv! a\:.f a..   «;.■,.*    t--.-.i.. ^.,   '-JSCi :?..    aAi ■um. i...ii.a—i^
ESTABLISHED   1mw:i.
MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
".inni,'.'!.'. I'-au'.m,"
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA   -
-•l.»r-.»-|ii' IS-JE" JJi«a»* IJSJTV.
Our Specialties—-Varieties Profitable in British Columbia;
'Trees Free from Pests.
i'ltllT   A?il) ORNAMENTAL TKHES,  PLANTS  AND VIN'HS.
Send for Free Catalogue.        E. HuTCHHRSON, Manager.
! SADDLE HORSES . . SINOLE AND DOUBLE DRIVERS . . RUGQIE8 FOR HIRE
^jVfidWay Feed aad, LiVery Stables
Maokay inorim
• Proprietor.
Parties Duiven to Marcus, Penticton and o-i-inat I'oix-rs
H———|—  "'
OKANAGAN MISSION, B. C.
Tills is u splniiillilly lliiialu-i! house In.iile
antl out, almost now, with good stable ami out
buildings, is coutmlly looatod in tha rallcy
and commands a good Iriule. It annuls on iu
own grounds of two and a liulf acres in extent,
and Isa guod investment.
ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP
WITH
COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
This building Is two storeys lilgli and it*
on ils own ground of liulf an acre In cxtout. unit
is in ftoQinnuuirtliig biiBliioaa positioti.
Por Tkkms Aitlyto
I). NICHOLSON,
Okanagan Mission
MARTIN    BROS.
i.KAlHMi  lliif'SK KOH
"II III |'il*   I 'I     III'       "I '        null      «pi . 1 I    I II   j^'llll. v»
Imiu'Vi'i'i I'utisidir   it    luappi'oprlalc AkhIii, al a tlcplh of 12feet, another «$
lniiil.1 I emlir.ue Ihi* uppuilimil.y of L.llin|.,,,.,,, ,,.k .„ and n -S'l assnv in ©^i^i^-S'i^iSii^ffiiS?^^^ *r-t,M^I^ir4*!44!4*tl4-M-tiIai!$il4fil4i:4  A^i>!i^ii!«!^«i«!i:!ii!«!',j!4
11                                  j S.lllipie H.1S   lllkl 11    llllll    II    lt).t   ,1SS,1\     III I'^v'ija;.).   ;.;.■■;>■  \ftH   1**   ft'J2  \';jl_'l!&':  14,14,14,14,14.14,14,4 4,14,14,14,4 4,14,4       4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,4 4,1 4,4 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,74,1
Ktild was the resull,   He says It is their -•
inlenlinii tu sink nl  least "il feet, and /
if ne .I run! ha. MHI1K AIMK H'AltliS   Ictef rUiM^ll 1 UIVDS^
Hardware, Stove, Tinware, Paints, Oils
STETk IFURNITUREI *J     and filass,
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r-iirnj^i.- ,ir.o#j.-™if,j.
.'IIUl
K'<~(    '|V
Kit  a^ at
SS   t',i   ft
T
Kit
,i .(rilluinl he.;    ymi    upon   lhe  evel
InrreiisiliK favoi'ilble pin.-paels I'm llie
develiipiuelil nf ihi- dislllcl,   As you
filler    ibe    exliil,iiiim    which    wli:l|,ni,eeilwlllbfgotidfiiiiugll,   (II;
1 >-.--■ i, 11 >- l.e I brown npi-ii in vnu, ymi Outlook
will si'espi'flnic is, Ilia product of this .«"■"«>•»
•districl, wlnc/ii think sl ipiltc Havo Vcu a Cough op Cold? |Jfir-'!,J?FF.W PAUW/AV
»uHicieultoconvlnt.'o tilt.mostsccptl- lNUKllliinlN tlAILWAI | J      '"■'■
(nil ivganliiiK lho capabilities uf Ihese ..„„  n—i iooimc "                                                          i-."*'  i'S
regions,    (I'heeis.i    I   um  sure  yoll I III          I UoCmIN.-..                                                                     i.„/I3   HA                                                                                  ..,-.,
willcuincldewilhmiMhi sagoud| NelsoncfeFoptBheppiirdRallwii!   ^ kU ^-^3,11100611 DfOSt"  4 fe3
- at i--.-i-.-i
-a- ^3 "Veapaaon.. B. O.
TTWivlS ICHEAPERTHANEVERf »
AT
lllillKlll.il ue    huillil   he Killbcled   In-   2B amis a   ,;;-*r Eottlo   ^    j,^    'j-q    (iJ^L^Qf-     jj,    {_     CwD   i'A
jfellier nu nccaslons like ih" |reseut,j " t*.'"'"1   Kit
lis il iillowsn I'u e Interchange uf Ideas, I'r lured and Sold Duly by
a mailer nf g|l',ll   IllOUll'Ilt,  e-peeiilllv
;"";:11-'1' ■"• '- I'D    N     TAVT  OR and Slooan Points,
We oftentimes men persons spending  J.* ■   ■!•' ■     1 Ji I. JL.U1V ,,,,    ROSSLAriD, B. C
ii lui ul' ninny up iu   their lauds, uml j
think perhaps Ihal ibey nre fools fori      THE DRUGGIST, VERNON,
/tiling so, lull lei ns uail -i Utile before Ir Tri-neekly   lietwcen   Noi'tlipoi'l   uml   ,
ft   Gti3
Ha Ha Ha
4,4       4,1      4t1
Only through line io NjEs-.m, r=-  .ft        _    ,      „ ,''  '    ';' ,„„,„„„ JK
"SfiSBtf   i^ 1 TWO CAB10AI1S JDST ARRIVED 1
at    ROSSLAND, B. C. VERNON, B. C,    m
Dally (except Sund'iy) lietwcen Spu-  ^f<lf^,'$,y,,y,,,,,^,,,,.,,,^;>>i.*;>  ;Vi;i,.;>»;4i;i>;{,'.!{*;i*;i;;i*!i>!'';!'
laine uml Nuilhiiorl. ?J?;lf?li';l?Vi?>I??i?'''I?/i?.'iv'51?>i?'j;?  <T?*1V<I>*I>•'*>*I**■£>♦i'*W>'!>'Iv<l>VI>
|r..-...*j      :AI1 orders piomplly all ended In:-
"4 t^l! Grand Forks, B.C.
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™.nNo"^h        tmiMi«„,-,-„. .   GRAND OPENING BALL   . .
Ik'D.t.in MAIU'I S 2,20^111.1 	
i   DtiTucstlii.VH.Tlnir.iiliivs.iiiiilSuliinl.ivB.iriilii ' ...    AT TIIK    .    ,    .
;;:t:;:!i:::i:::,:!:;;:::::rGRAND.. .     i^sgjl§s§iboundary  pALLS H0TEL
pinking so sure '.vim nre lhe funis,   1:  i^Trajirjlf
luyself have spell I a In! of ney upon   il-j; M I 'l , j-,
pi'opei'ly ia Ihis (UMgliborll mil, nn.l liy ■ UlllvJ
,- nne il may he thought. Ihal   lhe en|
may  III  iu  my  case,   (Laughter,)   I
MANUPACTOHED AT
in repilils llle icterus In he ileriveil
I'inlii l,e*f| eriinenlilej, it Woil'd lie
well   li,   iieineiulu'li Ihal  even  in   ilm
besl of ell lia noil   wilh   lhe  hesl  nf
•aiils llllll oilier fldvillllllgl'llllS condi*
ijuus, sueh n llllllg Is necessary. Some,
|.j.'C.pg|lililllg lbe exeepllnnal fl'l'lllll) of
I,       .„.,.. ......  .        ■  ve Iiike iiiiinl- uml Nelaim un
ID A T D T |h   Mondiiys, VVodifsdnyBand bVhlnya, arrlvlrignt
.'.VlilJ   ill.-   ...11111111111.-111111,. llliv.
Piissongcrn fm- Kellle lilvor and llouiidary
' Tn fuel; eniiinii-t nt Miinais willi nUigo Daily.
„,    ....  l-'ei- 'I'll All, CltEKK   MINES couuool nt
T     \A/ A P Fl Nni-lliliiil-l Willi slm;.* lineilnily.
I.    VviT-lVL/, i   li'orNakuspatidllovolstokocoiuicotatNorth
liui'l witli Innil WcflnosdaYSfind Saturdays,
lllili-KI.AYIIII AND ['UBTBHIiR, iiiikI'MI
ON
THURSDAY   EVENING,   OCTOBER 31.
FLOOR   MANAGERS:
fl. CAHT.MKld,    l     E, MoDOWKLIi    |    J. UNO    |     R, MoIiAREN
THOS, HARDY, PROPRIETOR.
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COURTS  OF  ASSriC.
Table Showing tho Dates and Places of Courts
of Assize. Nisi PHus, Oyer and Terminer
and General Gaol Delivery for the
Year 1895.
FALL ASSIZliS.
(Union Thursday, 20th Septembei
llielilli-lil Mniiilay. »itb Heptumbo,
Kamloops Monday, 7th Ootobor.
Vornon Monday, lllh ft-tobe**
Lyllun Friday, llth October
New Westminster..Wcdm'Hdny,lltli NOVembU
Viiiienuvcr Mundiiy, lltli Novembtf
Victoria Tuesday, loth Novonibei
N'luiiiimo Tuesday, 20th Novembtf
-.S|meliil Asslj.
utm METEOIIOMHIK Al,  HEI'OHT.
Lat 19 Long	
Altitude, 1,800 (uul above sen level.
','ainf.ill fol- week. .00 of nu ineli.
rKHI'KUArCUK  Klllt   WBKK   KMIIXU     OUT. 27.
Mm. Mill
Oct. 21    ti 2.1
"  22  .ill 111
"  23  58.5 19.5
" 24  51 111
"  25  55 2(1
27.
LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Dont fail to lie at Houndaiy Falls on
Thursday next, when Tom Hardy's
dance will tags place.
C. L. Thomet has put up a two-story
stable and barn al the hack of his
house on Riverside avenue.
Mr. Melville, our local contractor
nud builder, is making a goodly addition lo ills residence, which when
completed, will greatly enhance its appearance.
The number of brick chimneys thai
have recently sprung up from lbe
roofs of dwelling houses, slores, etc,
would indicate lhat our residents are
preparing themselves tu enjoy llie
largest, tiiiioiiut of comfort, Ihe lowest
insurance, aud ihe greatest Immunity
from loss hy lire possible.
Three six-horse teams, all unloading
goods at tlie su inc lime uu Thursday
last, al tlie store of one local merchant,
Mr. McNicol, nnd from whence did
they come? One frum lbe north, Penticton, and two from the south, Marcus, Tbe mercantile index linger
points in Which diii'clion?
Mr. Hubert h>cr uud family have
moved into town, having come down
from the ranch on Wednesday lasl,
For the future Mr. Kerr will devote
his attention to bis butcher liusiness,
und will Immediately open up a meat
market In Midway, an institution the
need of which bus heen felt for some
time past.
What might have been ll very serious
accident, hut which resulted uuly in a
had slinking up, occurred lo Mr. McAuley uf this place on Thursday, lu
ittlcnipling to ride a horse he was
thrown violently agalnsl lhe corner of
(be hole!, und received such injuries us
will confine him to inactivity for some
days-to come. Accidonls of ibis kind
seem not to happen singly.
Mr. Snndgrass, the Okaungaii Falls
townsite pioneer settler, cuine uvea mi
Wednesday last to take u look ut u hat
is becoming the fm- famed Boundary
Oreek country, li is needless to say
Hint tiiis shrewd imiii uf business
recugnizes lhe fuel. Unit Ibis section
Ileitis the brand of a greal aud
mighty (from a cuiuuierci.-il point, ot
view) ciuinli-y, nnd it would uccasiou
Ilo surprise if ill the future he sbull,,i
remove liis base of operalioiis fruin hi.,
presenl. loeiiliou fo come mid rustle i..
the hive uf Industry thul. will soon
spring up within our midst,
Mr. W. Murray, a gentleman formerly' itssueiiiled in liusiness with Mr.
(lui-ycll, and sliil part owner iu Iheir
Hue ranching priipcrl i nt Grand Prairie,
and for a lung lime n resident nf Ibe
Upper Okanagan, came to Midway
from the Slocan counlry a few days
ago. Mr, Murray reports things
flourishing in the Slocan, and is very
much surprised to see the marked iin-
pi-uvetnent that bus taken place throughout the district whichiiinldi'ii times was
his camping ground, iu all probability
he will spend the winter ut, Grand
Prairie, paying attention to tlie Improvement of flic ranch.
A sad inni serious accident happened
to our local assuyec, Mr. 11. A. Guess,
on Thursday afternoon. While engaged in mounting bis horse, prepiu-ii
tury tn taking a ride, I be animal reared
aloft and coining down, fell upon ils
side, with lie, Guess'leg heueatn it.
When released from his perilous position, it was found that a clean fracture
of llie leg above the ankle bud heen
sustained, beside oilier buddy injuries,
Fortunately for ihe sufferer, I'm- whom
great, sympathy is fell, uur resident
physician, Dr. Jukes wus sunn in attendance, and with bis usual surgical
skill, Ihe linili was reset, and lhe
patient made comfortable in the
shortest spaee of lime possible Enquiries liuide jusl before going in press
elicited lbe infill innlinn Ilinl lhe
patient was progressing us favorably
as circumstances would penult,
Koi- some time past lhe boiuitliiry
line ipiestiim, us applied iu n purely
local sense, bus cccn a live one between
parties owning land mi ihe (Jtihllle
reservation and tho Mlihvnj Townsite
company, owing to llie tact thul lbe
pri-finplur un ibe other side, claimed
that a fence which was built by lbe
company.had been put upnu ihe resei-
..iiina lauds,   \  rcipiesl bailing been
iri1,. ■ -I ' - it-moved, the
in; nslle igi i ' ....- 'ing i... . ; -"-lice
die axiom in il * ' ii   •*' [i -i ..-ail.rn
i" worth a puiind of cure, employed
Mr. J, A, I ii-j-i I to di li - lh
tween the established in
which in,this vicinity are inm miles
apart, wilh lhe resull that it. was
found lhe fence was iu its true push
timi, a fact, wliieli being established
should have Ibe effect, of setting nl
rest once and foe all lime the little
local tpiibhle. This, however does uol
affect the locution of llie Iii s applied lo olhei puttIons of the district,it
niatlci which, us before poinled out by
the ADVANCE, should receive Ihcul-
teiitioo of the authorities,
A grand ball will be given al the
Golden Gule hotel, Fail-view on Friiluy evening, Nov 1st.
piniiij wiia fiiituimic in giittln:* llie inside piiid- 22. Golden Heel', Suniinit eamp. li. if
linn, which siiiniiwiiiit compensated fur ibe fact
liuii lu; was being ridden by u jockey nowto
tlm turf, but [linn whom never n more olovor
J.ihnslon, 11.   Wells, li. 1,'evesheeh
ami 0. Curler.
The Hev. Mr. Palon will deliver a | ridernppenrcdou nice course, The conililiin- 23. Ira Lenore, Smith's camp, .1.  1
lecture in Palmerston bull on Wi dees-
evening on lhe subject, "Chinaand
Hci- Resources."  All arc Invited to
attend,
Ml', Guess of Fab-view arrived  in
town on Satudray,  and   during   bis1
linn uf Malona nnd McAbcC, her rider, two well
known uml colobratod performers, was sutil-
olonl In give llie inure first clinico in [be belling
and she sold in iho pools even with tbo Hold,
with Cyclone second clinicc. Tlio betting how-
ever dues im! always win races, and the spc-c-
iiiiurs were forcibly reminded uf this when,
of tor a good start uml u hotly contested run,
Reciprocity wlm up to llnil lima luui never bad
a chance In show bis powcrd, caino in ahead nf
llie bunch, wiih cy.l • nml Mary Kenny u
doad Iienl, nml Maleuu Insl under the wire, uml
virtually out of Um nne. Time, 1,181.
Tn say tlml ilia crowd clioerod ilm little black
Harlan und T, D. Johnson.
CKBTIFICATE8 OK WOKK,
11). Falcon, Thia Hardy.
■il. GoldBug,N. .1. Loplnnte nndW.
T. Smilh,
211.
brother's illness will take charge ol
the assay business, ns well us render
assistance iu nursing Ids brother tu
convalescence.
A new Inwiisile is lu he Blurted at
Grand Prairie, three milcs.friiiu Grand  bursa fnr his performance, would convey but
Furks.   ('. Sunders sold nut recently to taperfoctlr ilm oiilbnslasm Unit prevailed, mul
.,       -, ,■ ,       ii- i ' >n that It changed tlio tenor of the bolting may
Montana capitalists and his ranch will ,.,,„,„,. to , ri{im[. ,„„ ^ |hi, n,ir J
'ulb Finder, Thus. Parkinson mu
W. A. ITcifcr.
RY FALLS
D W. JAKES, M.D., CM,
11V APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE      :      :      :      BOUNDARY FALLS.
he laid oil' inlo building lots as soon ns
possible. It is reported the new town
will lie given lhe name nf Cenlervillc.
i Ki,,,, yrai1=;E.A.Be .BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
i
berg lo Charles Doherty.
IS. Sovereign, j Interest, John Shana-
laiii In Florence .ilcCurlhy.
IS. liUgCahiii.liuleri'sl,.!nu.Shnniibuii
in ii. A. Williams,
IK. Yelluw  Melal,   i. interest,   John
Slianiibun lu li. A. Wlllliims,
IS. Trillin  Dollar,   1   inleresi,   John
Shiinab in lu I!. A. Williauis,
IS. Su\ereign,|iiitiucsl,.lnlinShiin,ihaii
lu It. A. William
not yet won, and Mm knowing ones proiticl lhat
tlio second heal will put ijulie a dltterciit complexion on iilluiis, fur does not McAboorlda
Muttnn, say tiiey, and watch Iilm now, for thoy
Work  upon  llie govei-ninenl road Uro scoring lor lho second heat, which evidently
being built up  Bnundary creek nud  It Is liitondod the noted Malona shall win. And
which  would have given good coin- so It looks as llioy got nwny, for, quick us a |g  Piee Colunge  ! luteresl   F   Mi
I icatl 0     III"    nucleus   nf    lhe   ""■*• ""d  befnre  lhey  llUVCg ire linlil I'I
...              .,                    yards McAbce crosses tlio track and plants bin
youngest city „. .nn- midst, hearing ,„„„, „„,, ,„„„,.„„. ;„„,.,, „,,. , ,,„
the title, or I'll I her misnomer, of Green* phiou from him. which again happened to bo
wood, tins I n partially slopped, ow- tbe Inside,  Away lhey go in tlio half with eying il.  is  undeistnod  in shortage mV'1""' '"""W, Maiy Kenny .econtl, Iliile,,, ,,   Alalia, J luteresl, J, M. J. (tire I,
funds.   Thnt this shotil greally t„ I """''""' li,T!|""""J K"'""'"ll)' ,""k,"!: """-
Boundary Falls, B. C.
THOS. HARDY, PROP.
Centrally Located Stopping Place, for Three Different Stage Lines.   No
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charfjes Moderate.
Host Brands Liquors .ind Cigare
ood StaliliDg,
Uiirthy io.I. Sbannhaii mul It. A.
Williams.
III. Mother Lode, i Interest, W, W,
tlibbs to James Scholield,
■ iiiiciiiiifiirliilile. At the llireo quni'tcr tlm |«ici
he  regretted, us nu piece of roud In gl.0»*a too fust and Mulenn drops ho Heel-
the districl would su much serve In ac-
euinimiilnl iuers and others vlslllng
the different camps of Hie neighborhood,    Having undertaken ibis Ini-
lii-.ieity, who, making u  good eilin-l   uiidci
whip and spur, ovorrcaohos Mary Kenny, uml
closing thugapbetween binis-ir und Cycono,
loses lho heal by only halfatonglh, Inn receives
tlm appluuso ui' ilm Hpjctntors for his plucky
provenieiil, il Is baldly lo be presumed  performance, Time, 1,'7J.
Ibe govurnwent  will   relimpiisli  lhe!   Tho rule having been established that any
woek uul il eoinplel ed. |'""'"'"'" •nktaB,"11' "'"' "f '"'" I'01"* sl,""lil
I retire, ibis lefl llu- field open tn Iho two chnui*
Che 281 hnf October and peaches sl ill  phras for lho Ihird heat, Cyclone nnd Hod.
iu llie  market  and  home growu nt proclty. bolh blarkfi aud half brotlicrs, and both
Ibnl.   Dues Ihis mil speak volumes for I -Ii-U-iii.ii.--*<l to win Ilm  crown   ul   victory.
.,     i- ..,,    ,., 1.      I'i'isiiiih ihoicoiiK sounds, ihu Blartci" Bhouts
llie cllnmte ot the Okanagan, and also j ,„..„,,„„ ,.„„,. I„llw „,,,, U|„ ,g im m
enst reproiicll on those who pay alien- betting stands 8 to Ion Cyclono. Tlm horses
lion to seedling (mil instead of graft-' oro eager for lhe fray, and ilm spectators turn
ing the trees, and thereby turning into i crimson nml white hy turns with suppressed
the market a superior lii'lleleal leasl I"™'''""'"1- Tl"'v » '" "l"'"' twioo.tho flag
, ,. „„       drops,  'lie aliuler ...liiillla I'll, mill   llie  llllieka
six weeks or two months earlier.   Tin
seedling fruit ul present in the market
generally ranges fnnn li in 10 cents per
pound, while lhe cultivated varieties
would readi'y felch from III to 25 cents
1
alinnl under Ilm wire nud uwuy like
ileniiiiis possessed. This limolleelproclty lubes
tho outside iintlmcrll musl win. A good start
having been had, nil tho adriintngo thero is bo* 23. Hard Cash,
I', ('uuiiiiicr
21. Sl. .Mum iee, J hit
(lire In I'. Ciiulin-ier
21. Alalia. | Interest, .1
Miss .M.tlire.
21. si. Maurice, j bile
(lire to Miss M. One,
22. Gnld Bug, f Interest, M.J.Leplaule
In VV, T, Smith.
22. Bee,!. luleresl, A. Cliffiird nnd .1.
Bjorneberg In 11. Da'.'eiipurt and
II,.I. Doherty.
22. Mary Lode, 1 inleresi, A, Olitfoul
uinl .1. Bjorneberg to 11. Daveii-
purl uud li. ,1. Dnlierly,
22. Glen, J inleresi. A. Clifford nnil .1.
Hjiiiielierg lo 11. Davenport ami II.
.1. Doherty,
lit. Mnrgrie, ), Interest, 0, J, McArthui'l
p. I'i. .1, McAi-lbiir,
i si, 0, .1. M
G.ARTHUR RENDELL
BOUNDARY FALLS, B. C.
ens,, j. m. j. Headquarters for   Miners'   Sunplies.
..   . ,,. A GOOD STUCK (IF
M. .1. (.ne lu
.t, j, m. .,. Groceries, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Powder, Etc.
lungs in Cyclone, bul seel tlionunrtoris reached
An bur in 15, .1. McArtbur,
■ . "   nnd tbo two nro rnunlng ns lovol ns two arrows oi i........  l liilwiwl   I'    I   MeAcllini'
.ier pound lllld would reipiire nre .,.,.. .,„„.„„ „,, tho „.lml, .,,„, „„„,,,.,,„„, "!- "' 'ja,'" '!, nuu"""
attention to raise anil place upon the Thotui-nintothchnlflsaiailoaiidstlllthcybotli "     ""Ai'tlmr.
market.    How long will it lake the liavo hold Ihclr own, iiiider tlio wire at lira half 23. Di'Mfio Grande, 1 luteresl, C. J
long
borliciilliii'isl  lu recognize bis true in*
lei-esl in Ibis direction ?
Ml	
MINING   NOTES.
tlioy go, swift lis birds mi wing, and here for
McAlllllll'to E, J, MeAilhu
RECEIVED THIS WEEK A LARGE SUPPLY OF
Msn's and Women's Shoes,
Dress Goods, Hats, Ribbons.
Orders Taken lnr All Kinds til"
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
G. ARTHUR RENDELL.
lho Ural il i Ileal Itoclpi-oclty bus jusl i j|, Llqtlidnlur,  .', inleresi, C. .1.  Me
Arthur to E. J. McAi-lhur,
shade lbe lead. (Cheers.) As limy inula, llie liirn
uml runic Into lho slrulgbtslrotchfoi'lhc throo*
quartet's, and ll Is nollcod limb- positions Imvu
nnl  changed, tho ox-'ltoinanl grows intense
21. Butte, i Interest, G. Cook lo Mis.
.1. It. Gallagher.
Mr, Morrlsey lias returned In Van-1 ,    . ,    ,
.aliual ll'.e In linn- Iul.   Ninv ihev inula-Ilea
cuu ver lifter spending  several weeks turn nnd circle Into tho straight stretch home, I
nud spontaneously Ilm people In tho grand 123. to, Alex Wallace to G, Conk
MINERAL ACi', 1893.
up lbe Norlh Fork of Kellle river, in-  und as this Is done a silence falls upon tlio in
spcctlug lhe mines in thai   neighbor sqniblodm*iltit.ii..lo, which laslsliuwavoronlyfor
liuiiil.
8. Beneciiiiin retiirned on Saturday
from the  Snowdrop,  Midway  n n-1 and boforo tlio initio d
lm gucsn winner by
a second, funis lhe homes draw near II appears j Cert ificnic    of   Improvements,
that tlm people's favoi'llo lakes Ilm itad.and
then up goes a mlghly shout el iloctproclty, ] Hu"0^l*z;C?U.
away, iimlcr lira Wlro |       fm D ,,,. Homsk llKtMAi, Cum,
lain, having c deled llle ilssessinent  l'» S'« a wliincr hy a nook, iuy,d I raring situate in skvlurki'.unp, K>>il- i.lver JHuii.g
,       ,,,,                  ,             . ,         ,   ,           _ nl j.lilli.i.i llllll la lllii.   lilts in..' v. iif. n,i.a um   :     ,„  . .       , v..    ie .  ■ .   |>   ,.
work,      he vein has wu ened   iiiiii n i   ,   •     i         ,    , ,   -i   ,   ,     ,      ,i   lib Isloii nil ale District, 11. (J.
" dcatiiiliigchen-s,blended withslrnlnsof niiistc ^4, .,...,,,,,,.,, ,  ,.„.  „-,„„, ..,„„
lo 8 feet, aud Is nu linernlized Ulan from Vornon Clly Inind. Thnc,1.5l.  AboiiI  1 •,','1ii'i; A ','•'■; i.i'ii' No. IIW,hiionil.'slity
liel'iirc. the sliouldci-s ot man Ilia owner, .Ur. II. W'.i -  dnji In 111 Iho dato hereof, lo apply Iii Ilm Oold
CONKLE & DONALD
General Teamsters and Freighters,
ROCK  CREEK,  B.  C.
Itulc- fiuiii Penticton tn Camp McKinney, Hock Creek. Midway and
Boundary Fulls, two cents pel- pound foe Iwo Ions or under. Murcus to Midway, the same rale.   Marcus to Grand Prulrie one eenl per pound.
Special Rates for Large Orders ami Ore Contracts.
heals with Uonnoi-sci 1. Time, UU, Lill, 1,88
Slil'IINII 11AV,
Tlie Iirsl nf llu; second day's rimes wns Ilm
Certificate   of  Improvements.
WOTIC'B.
Tin.: I'm nicic MlNKHAL claim.
from the Snowshoe,
lliviaiinicf ', nle District, 11.0,
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
tolesale and Retail Dealers in and Grower
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
jf, lo apply In ilm Oold
Some particularly line samples nf ore j tuuug tulbnii Th,it".e«'r "ii ith liroitod I SE&iS?"^1"'^" "'"""""'"uf | Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
have been   recenlly  sent down from thoy soon so Hue a race, Scluli. I   And fui'llior luko notice, that ailvoreo c'nlm
Gccenn 1   camp,   laken    from   the)   Tbo Inst event of the day, tlio half mile trot-  "^^i^Vtc [^"'■■i'mn'.'^fs.mh'a'riii!
Snowshoe claim whieh is now being  |j"«»''P'Wl'* brought out.W.J, Ai-instwnge caio of iiiiprorcnionts.   '
,      ,      ii,t         1,     ,         , ,,     Bonnor, W. V, L'aiuereiiB Trilby, aud A. Mc*     paled lliisSVnd day ot Oclobor, UIH,
developed bv Messrs. Denzler and Mc-i A„,,iys Mlir), Aa „,„, „,„ , ,,„„, bm, L  - 	
Donald.   The mining bui-enu, whe.11 il horses, considerable lnlcrcs  conlercd In lbe MINERAL ACT,  1893.
receives   Ilia samples -tbtUniHie-being race, bid Trilby suon dltplnycd her superior
collected, will be enriched  by sped- Pcwciunnd won Um ruco in throo straight|
un ns which «ill compare favorably
with those sent, from oilier purl ions
of British Columbia, and not the least ,
 , ,        ,        bub niilc '-iiniiiee, bciii..;, 2 in 3, fnr whicli was   ..,,.,       ., ,,        ,       ,,, .
conspicuous will be the samples taken , „„,,,„.,, „,„,,,, ,.,.,,„„„ „,„, •■«,„,.„,,•.,,  |tcd. Wl»adu bun nilt Cainp, Keltic lilvor Mining
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving the Nursery
S PO K A X E    I-' A LLS,
P. O. Hii.x 58a. Washington
' " """•"""                               proclty, However, Having taken Ural money rpAKKNOUCK Ibnl wo PnlerlC lilnins     1      I OT^^T TITi Ti ^JTlVi If l\
Mr. G. W, Averill came over from   ""*» before, wnshnrred fm- lira nice, which ■ T ' e ' int.! rt cer" II cn'lo N,,'.' Uaml'  k {{ L f                ' \ 1   ]   f-1 ti     VJ
,, 1 tp....., ,„, *,.],„,  1... ,   ,,     ■      loft Sub 0 and Cyclo lily In the Hold. Tho   icrtllno, hoc 1 era ccrtlllealo Xo. 57010,   (J    f 11     [\\\ III'      I VlAl   II I'll
Grand Imrks oil riiursday Inst, having;,         .,   .      ...   ,   ; ,                   Intind, within sixty itnys from the iluto hereof, il I U« UI iltUJU U illiVi. AHAJU
I.     ,. 1       ....      .        , ,     ,,      n  ..     . . ,,>... I    .-.,!,.    ."...'Ill    III.-    I..' '      111.      Cl till,    .in    Cli-       I,.  I.. II... I ,   .1,1   I-,.,' i ,..,.....   r     Ill
iu his company Captain I lull nf llulle, a iv ilm lenses were iiiii iiiii inilii.ii.'i,,i,i..i,-i   fo«nplyl°lbo(li
1     - 1 uuuiiyuionoraohwoiouoi.puttoineirtopinosi catouf iinprovomonts,for tho pitrposo of uli-
.M011I., 11 geiitleinnn who it is under- speed nnd the public do not pay In witness tabling n Crown grunt of tlioahovc claim,
slood is 11  representative of Marcus **«"• SaWo won in two stvulgbl bents, Tunc .   Anirfurlhor tnko notice. Hint .■ . . . . ..a.
Daly.  Together wilh the above gen- 6*J,l,,lda
1 in the Mining 1 ccordcr,and
iced before lira [seiuincoot audi
L'ho froo for all trot wus mil tlllcil.RO il wns eorllllenlo of Improvonicnts.
1 i''""'" w,ls Ml'-  "''',,f Cllic"g° "I'd j arranged Hint Snohomish Ilny should give nn |   Dated lids 8lh day uf August, I60J.
Dr. McCtilloch ol Seat lle. Km-the past   oxhlbitlon trot nnd attempt In honl illl),  Tins j ——: :—:	
week they bnve beengivingtheseveral '■ wasoosllydone innsecondattompl with Slur-      ICE Iv'I*^ i',\\\( )S,,
mining camps Iheir ntlenti and ex-1 »tnsaconi| lou. Time,2.31 and2.281. r,Wstn,no
piessed   llieir   dele,- nli,,,,   ,,,[,,,,,;   Tbe lbii-,l,,cni was,lm ipinrier onnn.h.g IU    l(IIl-,Kb.
. . , lli'IllS'.1   Ill   .1    Ml    Willi'])    WITH   t'llllTCd   ,llllll,IV ;
leaving of   again  returning  111   lbe  p„;,;I,,,  'cdro and Iteciprcelly.  In Ihis MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS
spring.   Ilis lo  he  hoped  that such racoDoui I'otlro for tho lirst tlmo slnco his np-
Wlll be the case, and that again they penmncc 1 Vornon track, demonstrated tho " j cia   ,\ 1 „.,-, t,.,.,, -mil S  ft Cl   nni] C   I1   Railways
will be fortuunto enough tu receive the I"- """ ™ '" '" J' " * '" h™ Mbiii'" """V'TOl "l "™* ^ """ "" '"":        AiHuIlu1 anCl b' cV   '' '"Ul l ' ' ' lv,"A '-   '
17 ' ui,..il.rl.l     linnlo      ,,,,,1    I1...I     imatli,      IJ....1, II..     ''IKIII
will leave Penticton 7 a. in. every '1 uesday, Thursday and
Saturday, arriving at Fairview 1 p. 111., and Oni, Washington,
the same evening
will leave Oni, Washington, 7 a. m., Mondays, Wednesdays
land Fridays, reaching Fairview at n a. m„ connecting with
., ,       i-m     .      tn - .,      stvulghl heats, uml tlml cosily, Reciprocity     '
(Uldnnce of Mr. Averill, for none oilier t„k|,,„ 90«,0,„i ,„„„„, T|,no2Jand 2o. J.
InlngCii
t'.Ertn.
R. D. Kerh.
A. J. Sprole, Prop.
Is there who could more clearly nnd    The next ovcnl, tlie lliroc-inliiiilo trotor pneo, I
more pleasantly point, nut the attrac* Man, was watclicd with great Interest hyall,
lions to bu met with in our mining '» ' ippenrod Sontng, Hon Morrill and ....     ,   ...       .   ,   ,•,*■-,■■-,.    t ATm TITADT/O
district than he who has so recently ™»y,wl'»™ «.o previous day hadsbown  WATCHMAKER   ami   JEWELLEH I V EKiN Ul\   oOiJA   WAlCK   WUKKb
•   such croattnblo spoed for a two year old. Hrl-|
.1. W, KKKI)
laken up his abode I rmidsl, I Hunt aa had tot r prevlota- perforinaucc, It j MIDWAY, B. C.
' liowovor wee ontiroty eclipsed ln this raco, and', ,   _      , , , ,
VERNON RACES. uic llnle local-hrod niiire nol only ninilc u' Fine Wfitch Rcpini'iiig ;t Specialty.
record fur herself hy winning tlirooalralghl All Work Warranted.    t*2m
A Very Successful Mooting nt the Grounds  hoals hi 2.50|, 2.11), and 2.15, but also made a    .,,,..„   ...         .h™.,,™,,™.—™.
of the Vernon Joekoy Club on tho lOlh  ra''"''1   ''"'   l,rllMl Colitn'oh lwo*ycni'*olds.
T:™ot:r , , , -^
riioprogmnnnobeingagoodono,thewontlrar doublcdly ii will encourage lho brooding ul                                                    °
lino, horses In the pink "f conillllon niullraln* racing stock hi llda port ol the provluco,                           \ FRNflnl  R  C
Ing, largo crowds of pmplo, and lira "finest half 'j'lic Inst nnd closing ovcnl was lhe hurdle                    v annuel, d. h.
mile i i-n.-k mi earth," whal wondor limn Ihnt   race, in wbidi J , Kllhlrnlo uml lb,lly were   ,;    \, .,,,..,   M,.,.,.,,   |i,,,. ,,,
Hm racos hold o so and third dayB of lira outorcd, Owing, however lo lbe Ural nnd lasl   ' ' *»llKII'N   "1EMJR, 1 KIM HAI
oxhtbltloii should havo I n a grand aimce-a. hnrsc refusing lu luke llicllrsi liurille II rail
I'm!II' nntliorwlsoII wouldlmvohoe -c  provedn vcrj a afflilr.nnil ICIlblrnlo look
tube wondoi'od al, since novor liefuro hndsu Ural pi'luo,  Tills closed ilm num successful
in nli Inenl inua-i'si conloi'oil lu Ilm illll'ci'onl moo mooting ever held in Vornon,
events, owing in Um (net tlml many of tlio Tlio judges wore Mosm. Snoilgrass, Jnnica
ehnlccslperformers wore oltirar Iniportnl nnd  Ocliiiboi-I nnd U.K.H li, Mr. \V, Lawrence
lucnllv uwued, or, ns in mniiyeasos, holti locally ,Viui iturler,
bred iuu! lucnlly owned iiniiniils. The perform- y • "*
nnccs of Itoolprodly unit Trilby were such, thai. KEITI.E KIVEII HININu DIVISION.
sn lung ns inomory holds good In tlioso wlm
wllnosHud Ihem lhey will novor be forgotten.
The iipcnlng event on Ilm program was a R<"""'i 0|' Mln01'al *-OOft-lons for the Week
llvi.-furhingiliiBh fnr Hriilsh Columbia2-yoar-1 Ending October 23.
nbls. ('i.niriii-yiii cxpcini i, 'Idsfor |g, Broken Iiiii. Hardy creek, K, P..
tlm ovcnl were throo in number, Chuloroltn, ,        ,i   \r  n ,i   .            , r i
,     ,.  ,       ,         ,i    , , i ,        , !,"i*,   11.   il. 1 .il i.aniill  nnl .linlil
hi*.'.] uml Independence, nlloiilstdotioracfl.hul ,
II.ilm.
O'NEAL &. DOWNEY, Proprietors.
Manufacturers of All Kinds of Carbonated Drinks, Including
Ginger Ale, Sarsparllla, Club Soda, Lemon Soda, and Cream Soda.
CHAMPAGNE   CIDER.
,,•" A Specialty Made of
Raspberry, Strawberry, Orange,  Pineapple,  Vanilla,  Lemon,
and Gum Syrups.
RENI   I'tilt PnOBI'KCTUS,
All in Pint and
Quart Bottles.
Write for
Prices.
.r^E£sj,;oir--~.~riS
§      OF COURSE
You will buy a MARLIN.
BIXAUSG——«*
UliHHii:'..;,.l:"|i   I'i'iiti'i'li-iil.
Ii ojecta nt tliu Kidc- Coiivi'iilonoo,
It li light wolght-Corafort*
It Iiiih tin? Ua li,a itti Ilmrcl-Accnracy,
Itliai fowost 1'nris  Hlnipllclty.
The Canadian Rand Drill Co.,
SHEIiimOOKI?, QURHBO,
Manufacturers of
ROCK DRILLS AND AIR COMPRESSORS.
In All Particulars the Best.
uf cauls tnr is cents,
THE MARLIN FIRE ARMS CO.,
.V'lv r.iiviu, i'inlii.
GRAND PRAIRIE SAW MILL.
.icrbnps Ilm neiUe.a! anil cciuieal let uf 2-year-1
olds over  lovorod In Ilm provinco,  Hanoi,  10. (ialciin. (,'edur creek, Mil. .Sullivan,;    Sond*forcomploato cnulagim, freo, special ihoIe
uwued by .1. 11. height nighl Ilm eye u„ : '\_\ Mulligan llllll Alex. Wltdllell,
favorite, hut sadly thanp ntod her admirers,  „, (join, ■Jwlal-c k. lid, Sullivan, T.
as after scoring and getting a neat start bIic, nl ,,  ... . ,,     ,,.  ,. ,,
thoquartcr turn, took innllers inn, ber own Mlllllipill lllld -Vlex VVildllell,
hands mid holtal tho Iraok, thorohy spoiling 18. ill b   Grass,   Ceilui-   creek,   .1,
whal mlgi'l otherwise bnve been n very pretty j Triiines. .1.11.1'nrks and ,1, 11. fer-1
moo. Clntlorolla thorenpon took-tlio lead nnd \,\t\e,
camo In au onsy winner. 'I'lino, 1,074. i ,,,.,.•    i       i  i ,, i- i*    !
„„       „ ,        ,  „   on.™, .   1 ■ Irm,  anil? Like cam >,    .1', Cos-
Tlm second event, the 2.11 Irul ur pimn. nut.; it- m
having been (tiled, llu- sinrlcr rung mil lbe' ter.
biases fnr lhe I bird event, tho ono mllo nnil ro*  HI. Cliff, .Skylnrk cainp, ,1. (I. Green,    I
prui, best 2 Iii 3, to which responded tho fol, 121, Globe, Skylark camp, J, W, Nelson |
lowing, Malona, Oyolono, Mary Kenny and ffl_ ohftl,|oa   Dk.^m   B|,,wn-S ,,„„,,,
Roolprocity,   nra weighing having boon skll* ,,. ,„..,,     ,„   ,,   ,. ,  ,,
\\. Pleilcr,   I.  I'iiikinsoii und P.
-*\ ASM v
•y/'fti
fully iitliaubiil In uml Ilm wolghta adjnstoil, tlm
.jnekeya liiuunlcil uinl aciiriiiKcuiiiincncinl, Heel,
ni'odhagen.l
Uniinb Lumber
Prom $10 to $12.
Dressed Lumber
Prom *$Kt to $is
Per Thousand,
•      - „/        '   i    //
s
> :   $  ■
•>
Special Compres-
aors driven by
PELTON      WATER
| WHEEL
mounted direct upon crank-shaft, es-
pcclnllyndaptedror
utilizing lho power
of mountain itir.nu,
as shown In Illustration.
H. P. PALMERSTON,
Agent for Midway and District.
yfa pHim.tMv, oosTiNt'W-y.vKoy work,     i foive will be increflBed to iiO men in n
UmldiiiK. Mis. Babcook | few dflyH| M,,# Amleiwti having wine
•Kmljioitlury on linen, wi H K Pftrko, 2nd Mibp '
N O'Koota
•Knncy Blltchingon linen. Mw Matliwon, 2nd
Mrs Venn
PaiicK worked, Min. II X Kenny
Piano ov inblu scarf, ombroldorod, Mra W
JjlWI-t'Ilt'l'
Unsket, ilocunitcil, 2nd Mra I- Moraud
Fin ttuibion, Miis H I! Parke, ^n«l Miss N
OKoofo
rlifft pillow, MUs (irtiunlmw, 2nd Mra Venn
Tabid clotli, Mrs C \V Irulaii'l, 2nd MI»Oreon*
||I1W
Toilut not, Mm )' ic Phillips, 2yd Mrs i)
flinmiw
Tea ctwy, Mta Wabcook, 2nd Mrs c \\ Ire-
laud
Drawn work, Mrs S ,1 Thompson, 2ml Mrs ('
IV Iroland
S"I tulile nmls. Mifi-iOlHeii
IConio mndo sliiivitiy case, Miss N O'Kccfo
Itiili'i wool iviirk, Miss ltobcock, 2nd MrsS
,] Thompson
Miii'i'iune work, Kdna Mohr.
Quilt, cloth patchwork, Mn M Hill, 2nd Mrs
11II Ityko
guilt,log rabin, Mrs M Hill,2nd Mrs WC
pound
Quilt-JapnuoHO or craxy patchwork, 2nd Mrs
JVC Pound
Kimry wool shawl, knitted. MrsCTlionms
Kancy ciitton.Hjouklnipi fcnlttud, Mm Kill.
Plain iv,ool ttocklu h, knlttod, Miss llahcock,
-tfml Mrs Mm,sun
Plain wool mils, knlttod, Miss Baboook, 2nd
Mm J llurd
I'luin woo] gloves, knlttod, Miss UabuooMml
>liss\V 11 Hiiirctl
Wool shirt or drawers, knlttod, Mrs 0 Finn,
£(1-1 MinS.I ''j'hiiiuiiMin
Suiliulys undcn-liitliiiiK. hand made, Mra I>
j; Phillips, 2nd Mm 8 J Thompson
Cotton sliirt, hand mado, 2nd Mrs Kimlcr
jdiHiiuis, MnJfuMullon
}}ttf\\vtt socks, Miss Babcock, 2nd Mn Venn
MjaulJLLANKOL'B.
poKonbriok, A Haird
Jiozen brick, pressed, A Ualrd
Assortment of barn as, heavy lcam,< trrlago
jind single,, li i' Cooper
Display of hm drossod and mounted, W ('
pound
tCxhibit stoves, W J Aiy^^cong
Kxhiblt fiiniitiirojCampJoll llruu
Exhibit implomonls, W it Megaw
Kxhibil wood carving, Mn l> K Phillips
M'EUIAl. I'HI/.KS
silver cup, awarded by.) A -Mara (or tbe bust
.display.qfttyfry produce, Mrs (J O'Kocfo
Twu loaves of bread, made from Kndcrby
Milling company's flotir, MnC Q'Keofo, 2nd Mrs
li liVIHI
Bust brood maro with foal at foot, PostolIS
■Crouso
t(*«ld.V|g or mn.i;«. 2 ywif s pjf) and under 3,2nd
postell & Crouse
Yearling lilly, guiding or entire, Postell k
^Crouso
Besl display of fail and yvjn^er apples, prize
tit 2.V|i|iU treed from sir. Wlutormuto of Vancouver, awarded (o Alex McLennan, west side
of Okaungaii lake.
Largest number of prizes In field produco, I)
Matbeson
largest number of priMB taken in fruit division, prize nf 2,i fruit trees from Henry -S:
Jiiizimliy, Halzle, B.C.. won by It Munson.
Okannguu mIsbIoh.
Besl dis|i.iLy flf Vogotablos, prize an flljvcr
j'lillled plow by E, (J. Prior fc Co, Victoria,
nwanleil IiiS. I''reneli, Vernon.
      r t 4	
■TRAIL CREEK NOTES.
S. A. SHATFORD STOVES! STOVES!
.■' ia N ON.
in Spokane to send up 100 extra men.. ..      ..„..,.
Th.u.L«r« inokhiR well in this!      v^.mavsmmmtmmm*«
vicinity.  The I* Koi hns contracted Dry   GhOOClS   CfcXTCL   IKSIillxH03t»3r
to furnish 60 tons of ore n tiny.
A new strike wns nmdeon Ihe Wnr
Engle, which nranyed $80 per Iuu in |The O.uj
gold and 7 per cent copper.
The Crown Poiul nnd tl"' fi"'i Horse   I \      R |
nre employing nbout forty men under tvi  VI11 1 I V I ■'■
the superintendence of Mr. Fnrrell.      I        lVU^  ""vl ■»» *>**«« ■ ■«"*> '
Thelioluinhinnnd Kootenny will ho OUR  DRfcSSMAKJlk [jfyj ,»Sniocd'p?oS !yoa* i -
worked thin \\ Inter, nnd development: ttomemhor wo carry everything that a lady requires, and can tare vou money if .
..... ' ordoretous. Stood ono to-day and be oonviuced. Tjjrus Uasu With Ob-dku.
work   is  lieing done  on many other
claims in lhe vicinity,
KEEP A-GOIN'!
If yon strike a thorn or roue,
Keep a-goin'!
If il hails or if it snows,
iHKeepa-goin'l
'Taint no two to alt au'whine
Whon i lit: llsh ain't nn your line,
Bail your hook au'keep on tryin'
Keopa-goln'l
Whon tho weather kills your crop,
Koopa-goiu!
Whon yon tumble from Hie lop,
Koepa-goln'1
S'poso yoii'rooiit of every dime!
(lillin' hrokoatn'l nny crime;
Toll tbo world you're feolln' prime!
Keopa-goin'l
Whon II looks liko all is up,
Koopa-goln'l
Drain the bwcoIijcss from Hie cup,
Koopa-goin'1
See tint wild birds nn tin; wing!
Hoar the bolls thai sweetly ring I
Whenyoufcol liko Bigliln' -slngl
Kelp a-goiu'l
- Moscow Double Standard,
'. ..,--.«.*...     TV r-aTWil-tTT-d  ■ TB
Armstrong Sash and Door Factory.
AI.I. KIN11H OP
DOORS, SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE  FURNISHINGS, ETC., ETC.,
Manufactured on the Premises and Kept in Stock.
Write for Prices to
N. McLEOD,
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
VERNON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
■i*»m*»rvivw»i»*>iHMV
Q
HORSES boarded by
week or month,
Box stalls if desired.
0
Single DriVers
EDWARD   A.   HAIN,    !HORSES  broken  to
harness, and hor..
i.   DEALER IN   ..
Stationary,       School-Supplies,
-:-      Toys,      -:-
Cigars, Tobaccos,
Notions ancl Patent Medicines.
MIDWAY, B. C.
F, B. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VEIINON, B. U
ses and cattle sold
on commission.
DEALER in hay and
grain ; wholesale
and retail.
ALL KINDS of heavy
teaming attended
CORNER Mission and
Tronson streets.
q     Double DriVers ,   ,
D   Saddle Morses .   .
MXMWtO-WfV
ll
„ Qerxtle double drivers
D Qerxtle single drivers.
IE	
c Qerxtle saddle Korses
W. GARDNER,
PROPRIETOR.
iiiMyiiiiaiiifiiti!iiiirMii|iiHirMi
«5
%
alia.
if
Kroni Diir mvn (lurriwti imluiit.
,i!ii,.ii.|iiii.snii|iiiiui l»travelingtlirtiii«li
llie l-'nnlciiiiy,; llie nellvity tlln|ilnyeil
;il, Trull Creek i.-i nonietliing initi-icl*
),ins Thirlyiliiys^Mvork wi,sl,,i,a | DRUGGIST
.<ni lhe sitlOllt'l1 uv .Messrs. AlultJl'SUll iv ' '
VIOKXOX, II. ('.
'TUSSINE'l     I
^^   "^ "^ | i\'2 ft' ft ft Jl ■ 4
TIIK IIKST IIEMKDY VOU j li'1"1"* •»*'»
Coughs,CoIds,        j If
ETC., KTC.i
Prepared   From   the   Original I
Formula Only by
ID WAY
Tlie    P-u.t*ix>e;
H.i     "J
TS     a
1
ait
I
m
gtif Su cents ami iVii-niita jior bottle.
i'nsLclln   ll'llll  ,ll:l|\-,l*  tile   ciuilcai-t   fill'
liuililing tjir sjfic.tci- eiiiu)ilfite mill cut*
liny iiiul tleliveriiig l'COOeitrtlsuf wood.
A few Htirds -uk Jn llii< cii|i:icityii|nf
the pl.-uil Illll}' Illll lie mil. nf place. The
-Miit'lltT i.s.siiiniicil un the l.enell iiIiihc
•'J'n|i|iin's lintel,  This will prevent the
(•iisiis .wjiich escape fi'iiin  lhe slacks
i/.|.lJj,llKr llniVII  nn   the   town, ns llle
fiijiiiiliiliini isiiliiiiit 2IKI feet alinve liic
liavclnf llle(M-eu-lll Inwnsilc.   Tlicsizel
J ,. '   ,       .   .,„,    ,„,      |  .     OITTINCIS of llio County Court ot i^'ale will
nf lhe A-xinvutli.il is ■KKl.xtKl.unil in ^ ,,„ ,,„,,,„„,„,„„,„„.
Millie plnces JH feci deep.  A snlill stnne I    At Osiij-mis im Fi'lilny. lilli Ooiobor, 18.1,1;
fiuimliilinn is hciiiK linilt, 4 fec|, wide     At Midway <ni Momiay, 28th October, ism,
,-u  the Iinl Inm nnil 2 feet nl llie lop,  ut lira hour of olovmi o oloek In tlio forenoon.
ami will i,„.,,. 12 fee.  high.    The [ ^ "TTS. LAHBtT.
i'nii,l;i:ucl<irti 4vl|l reiii.iire 700,(100 feet nl'
lumber, anil huve let  lhe contract for
ii'llllillg il In P, (lenelle, whn is pulling
in ,il  sawmill tin   llu*   bill   ulime lhe
)..-ijittlilg,   llisnply eight ilnys since
Mr. (lenelle wus,iwuiileil t lie ci ni I met,
•mil in a cample nf days will I e culling
lnKs.   Aliinit tM),tMI bricks willjiere-
ipiiretl, Ihese being uiiitln iiiilliegrnuiitl
;ii the rate uf 20,000 u tiny,   The cluyjs
li.iuleil aliiiiil llu'ee-qiinctecs of u mile
lojtlie yuiil.   Water is riiniiiug Inlo
Iheyitld frtiin  u ditch tupping Trill'
GOVKItNMKNT ficrieia Osovoos,
18th Soptoiiibor, ls'J,i.
It. O, ('.
"HEALTH ACT, 18iK{."
NOTICE'S linreliy ulvon tlml "An Aol re
Bpooliiut tlm I'ulilii- Hinilili" in now a
creek I'iiiii- miles iilinve   INuiicIv nil of  foriio.nnil Uml unttortlioni-ovlsiunsol tlio aniil
 '        ' *'   '"'- ''    Aol Alfred T. WM, ut tlm City uf Victoria,
Jills ililch llllll In lie llumetl. The ditch
look iusi two weeks lime lugeliu i-tui-
lilug order,
NOTICE.
K*i|ilii'i', M. 11.. lias lieen ulipoilltod Si'i'mliiry
n(Tlie I'roVillolnl lliiuriluf llcatlli.
JAMES llAKKIt
Provincial tiecrotary.
, ,,.,., .,,      ■   l'i-iiviin-inl Scorotary's OIRoo,
A I iiiiii mini is lieing Imili from lnill 27th Soptombor, 1805,
In the mines .nl   Rnssliiiul, anil will lie ': • - .   i     '       '."      	
iiiii hy electa icily.   A passenger ear is
lo hu uuiiebcil 'n the train,  The rails
>uc all nn the ground uiui ure the snme
Hint weie finiiieily used lietwcen Dim-
ninri'iiiid l.clliln-iilge, Alia.  Tin cnn.
I iinl culls I'm. ihe completion nf Hie
••mul in IKIiluys from Oct. ib,
The entire smelter cnulracl musl be
l-iilllpl/'lil) bj' |lei-e,iiiliec PL The
i-iip'icily will lie Illll Inm, ii tiny.
The suieltei- ciiinpiiny expect In in*
/•reuse the ciipnclly us lliedevelii|imenl
;if Ibe mines will juslil'y.
liuililing is being rushed ahead as
fusl us lumber cuu lle obtained,
Messrs. Dell, Nodcn k Cu. are mov-
i,ug/hejc|iiill Civiip liiissliinil in Trull
/mil expect tii tic riiniiiug iu three
«\ ecks.
Mr. Ill-ayiliiii nf llulle. .Muni,, is
building a .since 2.1 x 100, uml will open
lip it illl ll  $IO,IX>0 Stock  nf hill'llwill-e
tijiil .milling iiiiicbiiiecy. Tims. Wilson
■& On. are opening out n general stuck
of iiici'cl)i|,'|()ise, uinl .Mr. Slciul ni
Itcvelsliilte is nisi, opening l)p II stuck
nt gunl** furnishings, liimts nud shoes,
He,
'(wn hotels inc neiicly iu luiiiiiiiy
(ii-dec.
Aimnt 1WI men lire now being cue
Railway, Mining and Agricultural j
Centre of the Kettle River
Country.
o.
I-.
I
i
j*
n
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual
Residents.
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
'it   W. H. NORRIS, a,,,, R.C. ADAMS,  !
' '      i .
Midway, B. C. Montreal, P, O.
Ir
as
lHHSilii
at
4,1
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il
4|t«|Ei|si|Miiiii
Sil!l^!:^H'^l*iil!iii;i
'     :
I i .   aiiju   iltil Jilk. .
: ' leyhs,   i.a ex   Centre   Plows,   Olivet
Chilled Plows, Cook Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Box Stoves,
Cmp Stoves, Hardware of All Kinds, Window Shades,
Iron pipe and fittings, pumps, paints and oils, varnishes,
rilles, shot guns, powder, shot and shells, plated ware,
enamelled ware, wooden ware, tinware, wash-tubs, washboards, spades, shovels and axes, crockery ware, lamp
goods, glassware.     All   the above goods will be sold
CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE
W. J. ARMSTRONG
VERNOSl,  B.C.
NICHOLLES & RENOUF, L'td
Victox'ia,   IS.  O
A&BICULTUBAL MACHINERY.
SOLE AGENTS KOlt
Brantford 1 Binders ® and ® Mowers
THE IIKST IN THE MA1IKJ T.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows &c, be.
WAREHOUSE AT VERNON.
C. F. Costerton, -A-g-en/t..
BAN ^MONTREAL
CAPITAL (all paid up) $12,000,000.
REST     6,000,000.
■silt DONALD A. SMITH, Pres.    HON. GEO, E. DRUMMOND, Viec-Pm
E. S, OLOUSTON, (tuxKUAt. Manaokii
S-A."VIB5T-Q-S   3SX,Jk.XJCXZ.
HATE OK INTEREST AT PRESENT 9j PER OENT.
BULLION AND GOLD DUST HANDLED.
Brunches in London, ling., New Ynrk and Chicago, and in all the pilnclpal cltl'l
in Canada.   Buy and Sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers, Grant
ciiiiiinercinl nnil li-avclliugci-eilils.uvuilalileiiuiiiy puclnf the world.
Drafts Issued.        Collections Made to all Points.
mtANi-lli's is miiTisii ini.t-Miii., :
VANCOUVER     -     -     NEW WESTMINSTER.
VICTORIA    ---     -        NELSON
iVrBM Br-ineb : li. A. HEL^i
imw.
I \ tl ton Livery, Feed and
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
VICTORIA HOTEL
VERNON, B. C.
MURPHY & FAULKNER, Props.
No Trouble or Expense Spared  to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquers and Cigars.        -        -        Good Stabling.
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES
H. E. WALKER, PROP.
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
: FLOUR : k : FEED :
Hutchison & Davidson, Proprietors.
Flour and all kinds of Feed always in stock.
Rolled Oats, Oainiu.it, and Cornmeal.
Fresh Eggs and Butter.
All kinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruit in Season.
A choice line of Confectionery, Biscuits, Tobaccos A Cigar*.
All kinds of Summer Drinks.
Corner Barnard Avenue and Vance Street, VERNON, B. C.
Pnil.tr  NOTICK  is HEREBY GIVEN,
iiinlei'iiiiIIk.iHv nf tlie Ih'iiiIkIiuis i,r tin.  pi APUCMITH ANO.   WHEELWHlflHT
"Liiiiil A,i Atiionilliiriil Aei.lMij.-lliul „Hi,|..-«**!.Al»KSmiTn AW" _"_.._""_...
■I'lirs ii|iijii |i]'r-|.|li|i;i.ilia nr |iiirrliila|.sinllsliui(|. --..-_-..«
Iiil' on flui Stnl tiny ol l-'eliriiui-ja IMW, nro iiuy.
ulife lu the ei|iiul iiiitiinil iiiKliiliiicnla. toffollior I
ii iiii iiiieri-si mi I In- iiiiimlil linlnuco ut I he ruin |
uf sis pel'eenl. Imp milium. Tlie iii a iiiMliiliiicnl,
l.i|*elll|.|. Willi IlllortWl (llllll Ilie.JIsl ilny nf
|.'iilil'lliil'y, IMI.i, ia ililii i.nil 111 tint lm |iiijil un in-
bofoni llie lllsl lli'i'iillllier, ISM, In ili'dnill nf
sueh ii.iviiimil  iiiiiiieiliiilii steps will lie taken j	
:;;::,^er;;:s^,,s.^;;-m-:GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
GKEIO.  K.  S3PS2,OtT^B,
HORSESKOiEEKG  AND  GENERAL  REPAIRING.
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIEW, B. C.
Doputy Commlfwlonor of Lntidfl nud VVorkR.
Vii'iiH'ia. It. t'.. Mli AuKtiHi. IJHW.
InvcrJ in uur] jiiMUi'i! (he Win Its,   Thi*
FOR SALE
160 Acres of Land. All Meadow.
'GOOD ACCOMMODATION
G. O, SHURSON, Prop.
KAMI VIEW, B. ('.
GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
BETWEEN Slxtynnil Seventy Aden Cleared
nml I'liiiiuiil.  Six inllcK friuii 1'iunp Me-
[Clniioy.  line Mile fnnn traggoti rnuil.
.i        -. : . . i   11 i
FOR SALE
TN TIIE IIKST LOCALITY ON THE VKIt
1    NON TdWIlsiln, ll few  iiere lllld half 11V ■
lots, ellhcr for DtlUtilllg nr unrlliaai-ir.
Apply III thisollli-r m- In
K. AI1IIIAN MKYEII,
vrrnon, n.f
D.   RIcDUFF,
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, II. ('.
All Kin'!" nf ll'iu-k Kxiiii||I.i:i1 to tlie Snlis
iii-tinii if Cli'i ll l.'.j, L   .
A. D. W0RGAN.
VKHNON. 11.(1
yiSWS OF  THE DISTHICT  FOR  SAlE.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
Fii-sl Class Aieiiiiiiiiiiiliiliiiii.   (Innil Sttllllillg,   Terminus uf ISU|je Line
i'i-'iiii Milieus, Wueliinntoii.
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
Tbe Kettle Biver Stage Line
Running over the MAIL ROUTE
Between GRAND FORKS and PENT:CTCN
Leaves Penticton on Thursdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Grand Foks
on Fridays, at 6 p. m.
Leaves Grand Forks, on Tuesdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Penticton
on Wednesdays at 6 p. m.
FARES AND EXPRESS CHARGES REASONABLE.
M, MILLER,     -     Prop.,     -     Grand Forks, B, C
XtAIKE'S   HORN  HOTEL.
LUMBY, B. 0.
Flrel-Obiss Accommodation for Guests, Guud Hunting and Fishing
Stages to Vernon and Blue Springs.
Iipnis Bt£.'o]n?EB,xi.d, Prop,

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