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THE  ADVANCE.
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Vol. V, No. 19.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1896.
$2.00 per Year.
D W, JAKES, M. D., 0. M.
BY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE     :     :     I     BOUNDARY FALLS,
QERALD WILLIAMS, M. D„ C. M.
VMtNON, B. C.
Lath or
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St. Thomas Hospital,
London, F.no.
QR. OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, B. C.
Graduate of McGill University.
Late Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacific Ry. Coroner
for East Vale.
J T. MoLAREN, M. D., C. M.
Graduate of MoGill University,
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Office : Armstrong, B. C.
QR. CORRIGAN,
DENTAL 8UROEON,
Uradunte of tho Royal College of Dental
Surgeons of Ontario.
Honor. Graduate of Toronto University.
—OI'Ii-IOB—
Pound Block, Barnard Avenue, Vom o n.l'.C.
w.
ft, COCHRANE,
SlllJCITOII Sui'ltlil.E COUHT,
N0T4KV PUBMC, COSVEYANCBH, KTO.
Office: Gllmoro's Block, Barnard Avenue,
VKItNON. - B. C.
pitED. BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Ete.
Office : Martin's Block.
Vernon. B.C.
ALLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AND SOLIOITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B. C.
NOTARY PUBLIC, HITC.
Vkiinon, B. C.
I    K. JOHNSON,
Law and Colleotino Agency.
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Bought
and Sold.   NotaryPubhe.
GRAND   FORKS   ....   B.   O.
pORBES M. KERBY, P.L.S.,
A.M.C.S.C.E.,
ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
MIDWAY, B. 0.
*T  E. OROWELL,
TaONSO!* ST., VilOfON,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Office and Store Fittings a Specialty.
QHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VKRNON, B. C
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A. M„ B. 0, A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates In pay
Portion of the Province Immediately Attended to.
Haps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Dining Camps of Kettle River
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
J.  O. H
S,
MINING ENGINEER,
GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.   C.
Guess    Bros.
PAYERS AND CHEMIST^
PROPERTIES EXAMINED
Assays and Analyses of Ores,
Fuels, Etc.
GIlKIINWOOn, U. 0.
U. BARRETT. 0. T. IIOOOBON
BOUNDARY CREJSK
Engineering and Assaying Go.
Greenwood Olty, B. 0.1
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
Thorough Acquaintance with the Kettlo
Biver and Boundary Creek Mining
Districts.
GROCERIES.
Large Shipments Arriving Weekly. We buy the
the Very Best Brands, and sell at Wonderfully Low
Prices. Give us a call and lie convinced that our
prices are the lowest in this section  of country,
ani Shoes, Clothing, Etc,
We carry a large and well-selected stock of above
and as we purchased our goods for SPOT CASH we
are enabled to give our customers the benefit of the
Discount.   Give us a Trial Order.
"W. T. Slxa/tf bvd asx-xl Co.
Fairview, Gamp McKtiuioy und Vornon,
PENTICTON HOTEL
J. Tburber, Proprietor.
Pleasantly Situated at Foot of Okanagan Lake
Stage Connection with S. S. Aberdeen to
Fairview, Osoyoos, Boundary Cheek.
Kettle River and Points in Washington
All Arrangements Made |for Providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties.
Gooil Boating nnd Fishing.  Row and Sail Routs for Hlro
KSTABLISHKD   1883.
MAINLAND  NURSERY COMPANY
"JUBIIjKK  FARM,"
•   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
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Our Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia;
Trees Free from Pests.
FRUIT  AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,  PLANTS AND VINES.
Send for Free Catalogue.   |   E. Hutcherson, Manager.
VERNON - SAWMILL
SMITH & McLEOD, PROPRIETORS.
Sashes, Boors, Mouldings, Turnings Ete,
AU Kinds of, Factory  Work  Kept in Stock andjlMade to Order
Coast Cedar Worked into Furnishings a Specialty
All Kinds of Lumber, Laths nnd Shingles Kept in Stoek
Best Material Always Used. Write for Prices and Discounts
Sawmill on Okanngan Lake, handy to shipment.   Sash and Door
Factory on C. P. R., Vernon.
J
■SI'S Ul
established
, 1670.
WHOLESALE AND
Retail Dealers in dry
goods, boots and shoes,
groceries and provisions,
wines, liquors and cigars.
Speeial Attention
Paid to Mail Orders.
Nothing but reliable goods
kept on hand..
A   IFIZIAIm   EOLICITEH.
Hudson's Bay Co., Vernon, B. IJ.
3P,  O.  Box,  G_.
Glassware and Crockery,
School Supplies and Toys,
Stationery, Playing-'Cards
and Games, Dressing Cases
Wall Paper, Violin Strings
and Proprietary Medicines.
Agent for the
Pknix Fire Insurance,
♦♦♦♦
ED. A. mm ■  KSIBWAY, E. C.
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Tiie Agricultural and
Trate Association of
gan mission
Will hold nn 'inhibition ni,
KELOWNA, B. C.
-ON-
Seat- I
1896.
ARCUSandMIDWAY
ST^LCS-jES   ImXNH
Leaves Marcus Mondays ancl Thursdays at i p, M
Arrives Creenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 i>. M
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a. m
 Si	
Reduced fares by railway and sleambrml
linefi. For information, priz-a lists, entry fumis,
etc., addruhriHit!Hccrutury at,UI,,Miillan MUsiou,
W. F. Raymcr,
PtOstdcDtuKolownn.B.O,
Fn J. Watson,
Scurelui-y, Ol-uuiagaii Mi sinn.
Thopoaghhred——
Minorea and Leshopn
t
'or sale.   Price $3.00.
0. li, l'lTTKNIillllill. Rook L'iikkk.
■SPECIAL ATTENTION (J1VEN TO  MAIL, FREIGHT AND EXPRESS
XX.   X>.   HOBRtSOlT,   PROPBIBTOB.
ARMSTRONG HOTEL
H. KEYES, Prop.
Good Acconiin.illation,
Bent Liquors and Cigars,
First-Class Stabling,
ARMSTRONG  B. C.
LESLIE HILL OPERATING.
The representative of the Prospect-
ing Syndicate of Brilisli Coliiinliia
(limited liability), Mr. Leslie Hill, M.
E., is in the district, nnil hns lieen for
.some litne past looking over property
in the several camp.*.. Although ninny
experts have visited Long Luke cninp
recenlly, all of whom were lllipressed
wilh the appearance of the veins of ore
lo he found Ihere, Mr, Leslie Hill is the
firsl lo operate, having secured opticus
upon ilie Jewel and Denaro Grande
claims, livo of ihe besl properties iu
lhe eamp. In ilia Jewell Mr. Hill hns
secured no option 00 Mr. Busshuit's
I Interest, and the price 10 he paid is
no less a sum than $7,600, Ihc terms of
which are as follows, $750 down, $760
before the 1st of Maich next, and the
balance, $8,000, before tbe 2!)tli of
August, 1807.
One-half inleresi hns lieen secured in
the Denaro Grande, and ihis was
bonded hy lhe owner, Mr. T. Shun-
quest, who receives for lhe same I In.
sum of $10,(1111), on the following terms
of payment; $1,(1(10 down, Sl 1X0 before
1st March, 181)7, and $8,CC0 before
August 211,181)7.
Long Lake cninp was only discovered
in tlie spaing of '1)5, yet ninny trans-
fers have taken place, anil ns time
posses they are growing in frequency,
Beside the Jewell an.l Denarollrnnile
several other claims are located on file
same vein of ore, wliieli for appearance
ami rich character cannot perhaps l.e
excelled by any other vein in tlie
Boundary creek country,
Not a great deal of development
work hns been .lone upon nny of the
claims, yeb in eveiy instance ill wiiien
work was carried on, very satisfactory
results were ol.liiiui'il. The acquisition
of properly l.y powerful syndicates
and individuals wilh plenty of capital,
is much to be desired, as hy such
means pay rolls will be started, nnd
lhe true value of many prospects
(which at present is uiicerlain) will be
iii.a.le manifest.''
GEMS OF THE RESERVATION,
The best develop, ii and most prosperous looking property on lhe Colville
reservation at Ilia present, lime is tlm
Lone Sttti nnil Washington claims,
situated on Le Fleur mountain, within
a short distance of Nelson, Wash., nml
Carson, I). C. These claims nre owned
by the Reservation Mining uud Milling
company, whose headquarters are at
Spokane, Mr. Taylor being piesi.leut
of (be company, and file, Dohin secretary,
Tbo claims, which wen. located last
spring liy Mr. Henry While, are upon
a ledge which is nothing more nor less
Iluin a contiiiiiatii.il of lhe splendid
vein of ore which runs through While's
camp on lliis side of Ihe line, upon
wliieli years ago claims were located,
and upon snuie of which much work
has been done, The ledge can betrnceil
across thirteen claims—n distance of
more 111.in three miles,
The piesenl development upon Ihe
claims consists of a tunnel I'M feet in
length, which tups the on. body,at a
depth of fi.) feet from tlle sin face, nn.l
a crosscut in which wink is now being
carried on shows tlle ledge lo bel.'O
feel iu width, Willi no sign of walls nt
either end, The surface outcrop of
tbe vein is over 2(10 feet wide, anil nt
the presenl dupih of 80 feet lhe
management me wondering how fm
lhey will bnve to crosscut before they
slrike the walls. The ipmllfy of the
ore is eveiytbing loo llial i-oii'il lie desired, ns assays show it lu have in gold,
copper mul silver a value of !*i.*iO per
ton, Only the tieitsuiy stock of lliis
company is upon Ihe market, nnil this
hnsiiilviineeil,hi,ing llie post week Kill
per cent.
Reduction works mul n railway lo
carry awny ninth- is nil that Is needed
to make lliese claims paying inlnes,
.ROCK CREEK I'LAIERS.
Old hands ul the business claim Hint
lbe finest chance eaists I'm a good
hydraulic claim upon llu. I; ereek, Inn
jusl .exactly ill. wllill point il is haul lo
get,ihem to divulge, ili.uy of I hem
huve prospected Il.e benches lor miles
along the cieek, and no doubt nro
thoroughly t'uilvei"iinl (villi ihequnlily
of gravel eontnlllt'd lh iu.   The fuel
lhat iii.inv llum-ands i.; d..Ilm*, have
been taken I'i um lhe lied mid iuirsof
thecreekin lbe pnst, nnd men lia ve
iv,irked upon  il  even lo Hi., piesenl
lime,   lands color I" li iq 11   llioll
that good hiibaulir gnn.iid din's naillv
exist Ihnt iu the near flltlli'.' Uliiv yel
he worked. Lusi Btiinnier found a
goodly force of miners—while nnd
Chinese -wm king up in tile en al,, and
if anything lbe force has been increased ibis summer, as. '.eildes ihe
men workingupiin tliehydraiilicclnliii
nt. the mouth of Hoik neck, the old
lime hands are pegging away upon
White's, Disaovei vjiiid ulher bars.
A visit lo the ground discovers such
well known men aa  I'm Ninon, W
Stevens, J. Tiulcy, 1). Rankin, ,1. Hill,
J. Black, J. Ord*' A. Dohoghiie, Tom
Hawkins and Tinli iin by, besides which
at. the I',iol of thu falls and at olher
points some 2"i to III) Chinese arc
working.
Last summer upon Ah Slice creek
lhe Chinese did nol dovery well.sothey
gave up mining ihere .md returned io
Rock creek, where Ibis iiiinuier lhey
are doing heller Ulan limy have ilone
foi some years pasl.
What the creek Utseds in deep pros-
peeling, and it good strong companies
ii.iild be formed wilh capital enough
lo undertake the work of opening up
the ground thoroughly, very lillle
ihiiibl need be enlerlaiiied but Ibnl. the
enterprise would be found profitable,
lu the past companies huve been
formed which have done a great
niuouut of work, bul as they were
composed principally ol laboring men,
who could give Utile else than Iheir
labor, when llu. crucial point was
reached in operation, such as furnishing pumping machinery, elc, then
lhey were obliged to suspend opera-
lioiiK for waul of funds, and, in some
instances, just at a time when a very
lillle more capital mighi haaveassured
success.
Seeking Hie precious metal in quartz
ledges is all the rage al. presenl, hut if
a little [more attention wus puid lo
placer mining if might be found, ill experienced hands and under good
management*, a business equally us
lucrative as Ihe foriuei, witli certainly
no more, and perhaps less, risk attached lo il.
WHAT VOU MUST DO.
Few people seem lo unilersland Hint
certain regulations are necessary nnd
certain conditions must lie complied
wiih to expedite business transactions,
One half of lbe people applying for
crnwii grants of laud fail to comply
with nil lhe conditions, anil then us
this entails delay, instead of Illuming
themselves, lhey are apt to east relied inns upon the business capacity of
the officials of the government, This
matter hus bean touched upon before,
hul as mistakes ure still being made,
the following rules are published for
the guidance of those applying for a
pre-emption crown grant in this district, and I" sustain such application
the follow iug documents must he produced :
Original pre-emption record; original
certificate of Improvements- original
certificate of purchase.
The fees necessary are: Certificate
of Improvements, $2; ceiilftciite of
purchase, $1 per acre; crown grant
fee, $5.
In addition lo the above a survey fee
1". eenls par acre is charged on all lands
surveyed by the government,
In eyery case the pre-emptnr's name
in full must lie given.
No crown grunt can issue iinlil livo
years fnnn the dale of the pre-empti.m
record, nnd until nl'ler the survey has
been gazetted.
In every cuse lhe fees and dncu-
inenls must, be sent to llie government
agentnl Vernon.
A proper compliiiiiee wilh lhe above
regulations w'll save itnncceftsury
trouble and expedite lhe Issuance of
crown grunts.
KILL,  OR  KILl NOT.
Aii Intimation in our lusi issue to lhe
effect I hul cerium seelionsof t he Game
Aet would be published for lbe edification of those who wish lo live up to the
spirit of the law, even if the letter of
the law as il now stands is very diffl-
uu.lt to Interpret, is hereby compiled
wilh:
The i.pan Sanson for blue grouse.
ptarmigan, fool ben and nieadoiv lurk,
extends from the Isl of September lo
the lOlh of November, For wild duck
..full kinds, hlller n, plover uml heron,
from llulsl nl September lo Ihrlll-I uf
December,
(l.iril.iio,   deer,   elk,    nioose,   hare
mountain gout, and mountain sheep,
tram tlie 1st of August loihi, iiistof
; December.
The provisions of this act do not
; apply io Indians of ihe province, or to
settlors, .villi regard tounygamekllled
', for their own immediate use for food
only, and for ihe reasonable necessities
of the person killing lhe suine uud his
family, nor do llie provisions of lhe
net apply lo free ininers aolually engaged In mining or prospecllug, who
may kill game I'm- food, nod provided
lhey ure nol mining nl u ramp where
imm.ling houses me maintained.
St. lion I) of I he nuiciided ait stipulates thai lo the easl of the Cascade
range il shall lie unlawful for anyone
nol, exeinpleil under sccllon 6, In kill
prairio hen, prairio chicken, willow
nn.l ruffled grouse for I he spuee of two
yeiirs from lhe time ofthe passing of
lhe net-April 17, 1811(1,
 . 4.4 	
Commercial Job printing of every
de-.ripl inn ill the A I.van. k olllee, THE ADVANCE.
W, 11. NORRIS I'u...-niKToii
Published   weekly  ai   Midway,  H. C.
Subscription Frier, $'2.iki por niii.nni. payable
in advance, either yearly ur half-yoarly at the
option of tl.o subscriber,
Advertising Hutes sent nn application.
Though the oolumns nf Till.; Ai.vax.'K nre
always open for U.e discussion of matters of
public interesl anil Importance, we (lo notneo-
cesimrily endorse any of the .i|iii.ions expressed,
Oorrespondence nf a personal natiiro will not be
published.
: A cross lu this H|nf,e inili-
: elites I lint ynur HUuScrlpi ion
:to tills paper has Qxpired,
MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, I8IH1.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
Mr. Donald Graham, our representative In the provincial legislature, is
now paying n visit to lhe district,
Which bus iii.ule such vast and wonderful strides siuia' he was here Insl, just
upon lhe eve of his eleeliou. Mr.
Gratlutlt will spend a week or two
visiting tlie camps, nnd will, during
Ilis siuy, giiilu-r all ih.. available dat.il
touching mailers affecting the prosperity ind development of this porlion
of his constituency, so Unit he will be
in a position to piesenl to the house
many Interesting fails when il again
convenes. As Mr. Graham is extremely painstaking in searching for
the truth, he may be relied upon to
gather valuable information upon tlie
subject of necessary roads, trails,
bridges, etc., ne also upon Ihe subject
of freight rates; lbe source from wbich
goods coming into iho country are
drawn, their line of transportation and
the amount consumed ; lhe increase ill
the provincial revenue here j the administration of jusl iee; the pres*
present developinenl of the mines, and
many other mailers will also claim
bis attention, and when he again has
an opportunity of voicing iu the house
the pressing needs of the district to
government recognition, all may rest
assured his argunienls wili be fortified
with such an an ay of indisputable
facts and figures as will compel lhe
government to grant such aid lolhe
districl for the carrying out of public
Iniproveiiients, as will be compatible
with its pressing needs, owing lo tlle
rapid development taking place therein,
 1	
The very serious question of supply*
. ing lhe City of Viniiin witli good
wholesome water is again receiving
consideration at the hands of the
council, On mure than one occasion
tlie taxpayers have been given tlie opportunity of voting upon the matter,
and ns they would not sanction tlie
borrowing of certain sums of money,
they' were evidently possessed wilh
llle idea that lhe several schemes presented for their consideration were
either not favorable or were too expensive, As grave diseases, liow ever, ure
making themselves felt in lhe cily.it
will he apparent to every one lhat tlie
vnsillating policy hitherto n.l..pled will
have to he abandoned and the issue
fairly and squarely taken up and carried through at whatever cost. The
scheme, now under consideration, i. e,
the piping of waler from the B. X.
creek to a reservoir set at the lop of
Hmiiaial avenue, and then carried in
mains through il.e lown, should commend Itself lo every taxpayer, as no
doubt, it would l.e found lo render if
tried a very effective service, and one
wliieli could be installed without any
very great expenditure of money. The
.citizens shuuld remember that upon
their own shoulders rests lhe responsibility of their town being inudo healthy
and lit to live in, und Ihis being llie
ease, I hey should not. be slow iu lending
n united support to lhe council who are
so strenuously endeavoring to carry
out their wishes in this und olher
matters,
t!Et,^_i____T_S2^_____^msM_m
GONE  TO  REST,
placed in a conveyance and Ihe funeral
procession, which consisted of several
Carriages besides many on fool, moved
slowly toward Ihe hui'lal ground, the
spot selected being a beautiful plateau
at the hack of lbe town. Arriving at
the grave, lhe first burial service ever
heard iu Midway, was read over the
reinuins, which were reverently lowered
to Iheir resting place by Mr. Tims. McAuley, Mr. W. G. McMynn, Mr. W.
II, Norris, Mr. Henry While, Mr. J.
McNicol and .1!.'. Wilcox, who acted as
pallbearers, and who, having fulfilled
this duly, moved sadly awny and left
a brother In lhe fond embrace of
nml her enrlh, nta spot where the ill sl
(lower that blooms in llie spring will
deck his grave, wliieli will be kissed
by Hie first and lasl rays of I he sun as il
rises and falls o'er Ihe valley, lhe scene
of his recent home and labors.
A New Drug Store
Wo bog to inform the pnblio that we have
oponod miu- now Drug Store and milfoil a tdiarc
of tholr pntroiiago,
liuylngilrugH is entirely u matter of cnnfl-
doiico, as in liootlior buslnoss is sophistication
eaflior; nor doon any othor avenue afford eo
ready atneansof dlsposlngof worihlnbHnrtielcH.
Vou can buy a pair of kIiws for $1 or for $111.
it, is entirely a mailer of quality, There is an
much difference in tlie quality of drugs as
lliere is in iihoes, exeepl. in purchasing one you
can use your own judgment, and in buying tbe
oilier yon arc eniirely dependent upon lbe Integrity and judgment of lbe druggist; In ono
case il is only a nialter of comfort and appearance, and in tbe olbur frequently of life or
death.
If j ou want ibe puresl and bent drugs obtainable, we solicit your patronqgo; if you want
thu cheapest, we cannot accommodate you.
If you need medicine, you need tbo best and
purest obtainable, compounded by a skilled and
experienced prescriptionist, wi Lh tbo most
scrupulous cure and fidelity,
Human life may he in Ihe balance uud dependent, on lhe prompt action of the remedy
prescribed ; and if tlie lai ter he not of standard
strength and purity (be physician's skill is of no
avail, and tbo patient fails of improvement.
We carry a full lino of patent medicines, invalids' specialties, toilet requisites, elc. in great
variety.
Mail orders receive prompl and careful attention, and anything nnl iu slock will be procured at once without extra charges.
R. N. TAYLOR & CO.
h) Ppjsjripiijj hum]
Greenwood Gitv, H. (;.
C. F. COSTERTON
VK1IXON, 1). V. '
General Real Estate k Financial Agi.
NOTAIiY PUBLIC.
A*TOnt   For*^-
TlIE Rll?AI. INHUHANL'K C'OY.
Tim London and Lancashihe Fire
Insurance Coy.
The  Insurance Coy. oV North
America.
The London and Canadian Fire
Infurance Coy.
The Sun Liee Assurance Coy of
Canada.
The Di.MiNioi.'Huii.DiNii and Loan
Association,
AlTKAlHEll   Fllll THE CANADA PERMANENT Loan and Ha vinos Coy,
Many were lhe expressions of regret
heard when lhe news of Mr. II. I'.
Palmer.ton's dentil reached .Midway
on Wednesday Insl, tillhougli owing In
his prolonged illness his demise ivns
not unexpected, As n mining inan
Mr. Palmerslon could l.e looked upon
as oni. of ihe pioneers of Boundary
creek, he for some years past having
been Intimately connected with its
development. No doiibl lbe pleasant
memories attached to his sojourn
mining lhe Iiiuiinliilns mul valleys of
Kettle river, induced him iu his dying
moments lo long to lle ai. rest in the
vicinity of bis recent net ive llllll pleas-
mil labors, mul therefore his request to
be hurled al Midway rather' than at
Spokane, where he died! em. easily mid
naturally be iiccounted for. On (-iatur-
.lay lhe 20th be bri'iilhi'tl his lust in
i In* arms of his grlef*sliirken ami much
beloved wife, anil on Wednesday his
remains reached Midway, Immediately
preparations were commenced for Ihe
funeral, which look place aboul I
o'clock in the afternoon, Preparatory
lo proceeding to the grave, a service
was held in lhe large hull of the Mitl
nay hotel, I" whither hud congregated
fi lends from near and ufnr, wlm came
Ci pny Iheir Insl murk nf res| I. lo the
departed und lo lay floral tokens of
hue upon his grave,
lliiring the service, which was feelingly conducted by ilia Rev. Mr,
Irwin, il.e cnskel rested upon a dais
ui aped iii while mul embellished wilh
beautiful white flowers,
liter lhe service lhe casket was
Send Your Ordsr to-Wie-*.**"**-
Lspno 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.
NOTICE.
NOTICE Is horoby glvon tlml, slxly .lays
nftor ilnln horoof, I Intend tu apply to
I Ik, Iiuu. tin. (lliiof I lotmnisalonor ut' lauuls uml
Worts fm- pormlBslon In purctiiiBO eighty acres
..f Innil, Blhialn in tli" Osoyoos Division uf Yule
llislricl,in tin. Provinco uf llrilisii Columbia,
viz.:
Conimonotng nf tlio soittli-wosl am ner of tho
iiui.tli-.vesl qunrtoi'of Suction Niiiotocn, Tu.vn
sliie  Slxty-olgbt,   running   llu nre   wesl  -il
i-linlti.., II .oaiilllli 2U ■•liniiiH. tlicn.-.i ensl III
chains, llionoo north 211 olmlits, thonoo wost tn
cliiiins In ilu; imiiii of coinmonoomoiit.
WM. 11. McMYNN.
Mid-ray, n, 0„ July 6th. ism. 20
THE  NATIONAL
MATTEJ3MELTER,
APlUCTIOAL AND SIMPLE METHOD
of matting sulphide oi'os, euchfts nlckol
ooppoi', unlit nml alive? ores. In localities
whore U'inl orcfl iui'1 inch aro Rcarcn nnil nl-
mosl unntljvliiftblfl, our pvi'ltlo, water [ackotod
Matlo Bmoltor Inm Uth recognbiod with highly
pallflfaotory results, and has boon thoroughly
touted nn various pvrltlOi milplildc antl arsenide
ores, In capacity ol 2 to 80 tons of ore pert ilny.
M Is tho must praclioal,eheftpcs'iainUimplosl
method of gold and Bllvororo matting and eon*
contratliig thai Is known to-day.
It roquirofl nn extraordinary skill, nn lend
ores, no fluxing material, and no fuel of any
kind fnr ihc Binoltoi' nft<r ii tn started, Tho
8tilpl»urln Mm nre la its natural fuel unly, nml
Its cosl has un comparison witli any othor pro*
OCRS of concentrating,
Wo aro prepared i" furnish nny size oroa*
pnclty plant complete t" substantial minim;
boojilo, sol i' upniid Furnish our men to run It
For thorn nn easy payments. PricoHaiul specifications fnrnislicil with rrffrcnecs and liNll-
moidalson application.
Nations! Ore & Reduction Go.
6720Cheltenham Avouuoj si. Louis, Mn.
Manufacturers of Furnaces
Nickel, Copper, Gold, Silver and Lead
MM o:m3S3.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certiflcfite   of   Improvements,
NOTXCB.
TllR LEXINpTON MlNBUAl CLAIM.
Situate in Central Camp, Kettle River Mining Division of Yak* Distriet.
TAKK NOTIOK lhat I, John A. Coryell, as
lureht fur.!. Taylor, froo minor's cortillcato
Nu. 'i.'lll. and (ion. \V. Uumhorgor, fnr minor's
cortillcato Nn. 021S1, Intend, Bixty days fnnn
tlie dato hereof, to applj in tho Mimiig Recorder For a peruflcttto nf improvouionts fm-1 ho
plirpDHO i.f (iliniiniiiK n CroWll grant In thu
above claim.
'.ml further tftko notice llial action, under
section 87, nniBtot) cOtniiionootl bofoto tbo Issuance of siioh corliflcatoof Improvements,
Dated this iflih dor of May,-1806. »
MIDWAY
ILL.
Lath and Shingles.
SASH - DOORS.
ROUGH AND HISSED
-^LUMBER—
GREENWOOD  CAMP
BOUNDARY ('HIOHK, B. O.
.. Tie Gold Drop Boarding louse
Good Aceommodntion for Travelers.   First-class Meals Served
Good Livery Stable in Connection.
FRED GRAF. PROP.
Hamilton k Mofiillvray,
Proprietors	
West Koil »t 1/
iiriiai'd Avi.n.u*,   V ERNON.B.C.
White : Help : Or|ly.
First-Class in Kvery Respect.
Kvery Comfort unit Convenience.
Free Ilu*. to nnil from All Triiins.
A (.'all So'tolled.
Stable : iif : Coiiriection
BUiE'liD-SB-S
Should carefull'y consi-lcr
the cost of Lns'loi'Sal, and
by flyurlng, find cut lhat
all kinds of
Bough ■:■ and Oresscd:-: Liimbop,
Shingles, ■ Laths, ■ Ete.,
can bs purchased at the
Grand Forks Sawmill,
CHEAPER TA.Vi
AWT/HEBE ELSE.
1» a«*««5a«»»«4-r«-««««*» "6951
1 $1 FIREWOOD $1 J
l per load. i
l r l
l«*a-© «-««««"e««a.»*y:-a:*«3ffia<Kl
G. K. Simpson, Prop,
W^^XmXA
Showing tlio Dates and Places of Courts
ot'Assl/e.Msl Prlns, Oyer mulTertiiln-
er und General <iuol Delivery for tho
your is!»J.
KALI ASSIZKS,
Clinton Thursday 21th September
Uichflold Monday, 28th Septomper
Kamloops Monday, .'ith October
Lylton Friday, iHh October
Vornon Monday, l'ii.h October
Now Wostnilstor Tuesdivy( 3rd Novonfbor
Vanoouvor Monday, Uth Nnvombcr
Tuesday, iTtli November
'uesday, 21th Novomber
COUNTY COURT NOTICE.
Sittings of tho duality Court of Vulc will be
ln.lil.jn in. follows I
At Midway, Nov. II, 1S9II.
At llHiiyiios, Nov. 7, 1880.
At tl.o liuii" of eleven u'elock In tlie fnronoon
lly C..111II1.H1.I, ('. A. It. LAJIIILV,
lliivoniincnl, Olllee, Osoj-iiiib, It. C. C.
August ffllh, 1800.
e. w. Mcdowell
^-urrajBixxxt,
ANACONDA,B.C.
I'rimest of
Beef, Pork, Mutton and
SA,r>.«r.-3.
■tii*'])olIvory wagon 10 all towns and camps lu
the neighborhood.
The trade centre of the Grand
Prairie, Kettle river and
Boundary creek mining and
agricultural country.
Situated at the junction of
the Boundary creek, Marcus
and Reservation wagon roads.
Nearest point to the Colville
reservation mines.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of Improvements.
NOTICE,
The Last Chance 5Iim:iui, Claim,
Situate In Copper Camp, Boundary Mountain,
Kettle River Mining Division or Yale
District.
TAKK NOTtOE thnt I. W. Austin, free
miner' certificate No. 7S998. by my agent,
C. ll'B. Green, P. L.- 8.1 Intend, Kixty days from
the date hereof, toupply to the Mining Recorder
fora ecrllllcato of Improvement,., for the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant to the above
claim.
Anil further take notico that action, under
section 37, 111 list be commenced before the
issuance of such cortiflcato of improvements.
Dated Ihis 2nd day of September, 1890.    27
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of  Improvements.
MOTIOB.
The I.iaxmi.TiiN Mineral Claim.
Situate In Central Camp, In the Kettle River
Mining Division of Yale District, B. C.
TAKE NOTICK that wo, J. M. Taylor, freo
minor's certificate No, 02171 *, Q. VV. Hum-
berger, free miner's certificate No. 8(1320; M.
(Ipiieniioinier, free miner's certificate No. 05228,
...nl Thomas Kirk, free minor's cortiflcato No,
(ifi'l'il, Intend, sixty days from lho date horcof,
tontiply It. Ihc Mltillic Recorder for accrttflcato
of improvements, fnr llie purpose of obtaining
a .'rn., ii grant to tlio nbovo claim.
An.l further tnko milieu that action, under
soetion 37, must lie cminioiicod boforo tho
issuance of such cortltlcnte of Improv.'meilts.
Dated this llh liny of September, 1890.       27
NINERALACT, 1896.
OBBTIFIOATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS.
ffl LOTS AS GOOD  AS GOLD
rajj'-l Fur prlcos nnd nil other information apply to
§jf C. E. STUART - ■ ■ AGENT
CARSON, GRAND PRAIR1H, B. C.
M
If you are not troubled with
•^s?
-R
T"\
When you go to Carson call on
D.  DRISCOLL
General Merchant, and buy your
Groceries, Tinware, Saddles and
Harness. The best lines and lowest
prices.
NOTIOJD.
The 1'iiTTEit Palmer Mineral Claim.
Situate In Graham Camp, Boundary Mountain, ln the Kettle River Mining Division
of Yale District, .
TAKE NOTICE thai I, K, S. Graham, free
miller's certificate No. 804811, by my agent,
F. Wotliiston, P. L. S., intend, sixty days from
tl.o dale hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for n oertill.-Jitn of improvements, for
the purposo of obtaining a oroW'n grant to the
above claim. ,
Anil further tnko notico that action, undor
soctlnn 37, must bo commenced boforo the
issunnco of such certificate of improvements.
lliitc.1 this 2nd day of September, ISHfl.     27
MINERAL ACT,
CEll! IPICATH   OF   IMPKOVENENTS.
JfOTIOB.
The Texas Mineral Claim.
Situate In Graham Camp, Boundary Moun.
tain, In the Kettle River Mining Division
of Yale District.
TAKE NOTICE thai I, E. S. Graham, free
miner's certificate No. 811180, by my agent,
I''. Wiilliistini, I>. I,. S., intond j sixly .lavs from
[he date hureuf, In apply 1.. the Milling 1(0-
eorticr I'm- a certificate 'if improvements, for
lhe purpimi! nf pbtaiuillg a Crown grant lo lhe
above olnlm.
And further take notice llnil action, under
sccllon 37, must lio commenced boforo the issuance nf such eerlilliiile of improvements.
Luted (his 2nd day of Soptcjnliiir, 1890.    27
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
VERNON £PRING RREWERY
•VEBKrOHir,   2.  o.
JOHN HAVERTY & CO.
Pi-opriotoi-B,
This large and well equipped  brewery has been re-opened
under new management and will supply
Beer, Ale sR.xa.s5L Foxr-bei*
Of unsurpassed quality and at prices which  will  be found
satisfactory to the public.
Special Attention Given to Orders from tne Boundary Creek Country
A NACONDA HOTEL
♦■•♦ — —
♦♦
ANACONDA,  B.  C.
Visitors to the Boundary Creok Mining Camps, Stop at tin. Anaconda
Good Table - Good Beds - Good Liquors - Good Stabling
N. Tholl, Proprietor.
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving the Nursery
SPOKANE   FALLS,
P. (). Box 582. Washing lor)
GRAND FORKS
HOTEL,
♦♦♦♦♦♦H*«H**>*H*>-**«=r—
®        (§)        GEO. P. MIMS, Proprietor.
€3rx*a.-n.d Porks, B. G.
5TRICTLY piRST QLASS.
(§) "pERMS $ I -50 AND $2.00 PER DAY.
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
G. O. SIIUWSON, Prop.
.FAIRVIEW, 11, (J,
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
Certiflcntc  of Improyeincntg.
NOTICB.
Tin* Non Stiiai Mini-'Ual Claim.
Situate in Smith's Camp, Kettle River Mining
Division of Yalo Distriet.
TAKE NOTICE Unit I, W, T. Smith, froo
minor's cet'litlcutc No. W21H, as agent for
lho ltep.il.llc Mining Co., intend, sixty days
from the dale horoof, to-apply to tho Mining
ltceordor for a eei'Litiente of iniproveiiients for
the purpose of obtaining n Crown grant of the
above claim.
And further take uollco that action, under
section 37, musl bu commenced before tho
issuance of such eertttlcate of improvements.
1 luted this 27th day ot May, UM. ''5
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Cert ideate   of   Improvements.
NOTIOE.
Tin: DbNDEE Mineral Claim.
Situate In Providence Camp, Kettle River
Mining Division of Yale District.
TAKE NOTICE that I, James Sutherland.
free miner's certificate No. 80,111, and
Robert Wood, freo minor's certificate No
illHli. inlenil. sixty days from tho date hereof,
lu apply to tlio Mining Itecordei* for a cortillcato
of linpi'oroiuotite. for the purpose of obtaining
a (Irowy grant of tho above ofalm.
Anil further take notice that action, under
seelion 37. must, bo commenced before tho
Issuance of fiuch certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 10th day of August, lSOO,        'li
MINERAL' ACT~896.
Certificate   of   Improvement!-.
•nffotssxaxx.
Tin: Last Oiianok Minhu.ii, Claim.
Situate In Smith's Camp, Kettle River Mining
Division of Yalo District,
TAKK NOTICE Unit I, W. T. Smith, froo
miner's certificate No. 70201, ns agent (or
lho llopiibllo Mining Co., intend, slxly .lays
from the dale horoof, to apply Lo lho Mining
Iteeiirilci'for lueiiiileiile nt improvements for
llie piirtxisc of oblnining a Crown grant to tho
Abovo claim.
Ami further take notice tlmt notion, under
seelion 37, must bo commenced before tho
issunnco of such oortlfloAtO of Improvements.
Dated ll.ls 27lli day of May. 1800. ffi
"~      MINER AL ACT.
Certificate   of   Improvements.
HOTIOB.
TllH OllO IIBNIIHO MlNRIIAI, CLAIM.
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Division
of Yale District.
TAKE NOTICE that t, W. A. Corbolt, froo
miner's iierllfiailo No. 570IH, Intond, sixty
days from tho dale h.ircnf. lo apply lo lho Gold
Cniinnlssiiiiior for a oorl ideal., of Improvements
for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant to
tho above i-liilin. , , ,
Ami furtlior lako nutiec. Hint ailvcrso claims
must be sent' lo the Gold Commissioner and
aollon commenced before tho issuance of said
cortiflcato of Improvements,
Dated this Isl day nf-Iuly, 1890. ffi
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE Is hereby given tlmt tho part norslilp
lioretofiirc existing between tlio undor-
signed In 1'iirrrliig on Ilm hotel business nl tho
l'lonocr llolel in tlie Olty of (ireeinvood, Hritlsh
Columbia, has been dissolved by mutual con-
scnl. .1. 'if. Ituhbell retiring.  All dobtn owing
bv Ihopartnerslilp will In- puid by Frank Wood
nml .1. IV. Nelson, to whom nil dobls due anil
owing to lho Into partnership are to bo paid.
I'TIANK WOOD.
J. W. NI-LSON.
,1. M. HUHBEU,.
I'lIlHI' WESTEI,.
Witness, C. W. II. SAN.S0M.
Uiilod30thJ.ily,A. II. 18W. HI LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
On Friday's stage Mr. Monuhnn came
down fnnn Camp McKinney and proceeded on to Spokane. •
Mrs. W. 3. Hurlier came in on Friday's stage from Vernon and proceeded
the same day to Greenwood City, there
to join Mr. Hurlier.
Mr. and Mrs. Lamb moved to Greenwood City the past week. Mr, Lamli
has decided to engage in the newspaper business there.
The Vernon city fnllieis are installed
in their new premises, and they flatter
themselves they now present a very
respectable appearance.
Mr. Wilcox of Spokane cnme to Midway on Wednesday last, having in
charge the remains of the late Mr. H.
P, Palmerston, who died in Spokane
on IhefSIl li, and was brought here for
burial.
The finishing touches are being applied to Messrs. Onctrouski k Ures*
law's store at Greenwood City, und us
soon its their goods arrive, they will
open up a general merchandise anil
wholesale liquor business.
Mr. J. B. Brown returned from Penticton on Thursday last, having wilh
him Mrs. Brown and family. Mr.
Brown hns a piisilioninlhegovernnient
office and will no doubt lie a resident.
of Midway for some time to come.
Mr. J. P. McLeod, formerly of New
Westminster, hus come to reside in
the Boundary Creek district and lias
opened a law otllce at. Anaconda, Mr.
McLeod is a barrister and solicitor and
will be quite an acquisition to the legal
fraternity here.
Mr. Thos, Wake, who met with an
accident whilst, driving a buggy lhe
other day, whereby he broke a leg, is
now we are pleased to say hobbling
around again, and will in u few days
move from Boundary Falls to Mid nay,
his place of residence,
Mr. Henry White was in town on
Wednesday, and reported everything
moving on splendidly nt his milling
properly on Ihe reservation. Mr.
White says a railway is all he will
want, iu the near future, anil he will be
able lo show the world a shipping mine
equal to any in British Ci.luii.bia,
Mr. A. K. Stuart, whilsl chasing a
cow bell through the woods in lhe
middle of a still, starry night of lhe
past week, met wilh a stumbling block
iu bis way ill the shnpe of a hole in llle
ground, into which In. fell,..nil Ingoing
8(1 severely sprained liis tinkle. The
pniient, buoyed up with llie consolation nf having captured llie echo of lhe
bell, is we are pleased lo say, rapidly
.-ippriini'liing to a state of convalescence
Billlnlin No. 2, or Professor W. A.
Carlyle's report on lhe Trail creek
milling district, is lo hand, and although a careful consideration has nol
been given the same, lhe fact i.s lulled
that. Mr. Carlyle Jias the faculty
thoroughly developed of crowding n
vast amount of cold-blooded fuels nnd
tt large amount of unvarnished truth
into a very small compass, The report
will be eagei'ly'suught. after by those
desirous of gaining a knowledge of the
Trail creek minis, and llml it may
reach the many we propose publishing
extracts from il from lime to lime.
We have heard of u system of irrigation lieing applied tn liens to make
them lay, i. e. in Greenwood City, but
to prevent them scratchingupagni'den
when sown in the spring, I he following
unique method was adopted byiifai'iner
of the neighborhood who prides himself upon being somewlint of an inventive turn of mind, viz., that of
covering the feet of the chicken with
iiioi-i-itsiiis. To prevent the roosters
following their natural proclivities for
scratching, they were doubly handicapped liy having their legs hobbled as
well. The ludicrous sight presented l.y
the movements of the birds under such
conditions can better be imagined than
described.
Typhoid fever seems to be gaiiiing a
foothold in Vernon, as several cases
have been reported recently and last
week it claimed a victim iu the person
of Miss Middlelun, a young lady who
up to the time ot being laken sick
might have lieen looked upon as one of
Vernon's healthiest and most robust
residents. Many cases of mountain
fever mv also to be met with all over
the country, which can only lie attributed to the state of the weather,
which, to say the least, has been extremely trying to any but the strongest
constitutions. Wherever the dreiid
disease of typhoid has made lls appear-
mice no doubt its presence may lie attributed lo the use of bad water nn.l
defective drainage, and ns Vernon is
noted for bolh, no surprise need be
manifested if ol her victims are claimed
by Ihe same disease,
. *■-•-•.	
MINING   NOTES.
0. L. Thomet returned Friday from
completing assessment work on the
Elkhorn in Providence camp.
Spencer Beiinerman and C. L. Thomet leave this week to do assessment
wort on the Fremont and Big Windy
in Providence camp.
It is slated that. Mr. W. ti. Rush of
the Tacoma Suiel ting woike lias organized a syndicate for the purpose of
building a smelter of 200 tons daily
capacity at Vancouver. It istheinten"
tenlion to make it a customs smelter,
and it is aniinounced tin company hns
a capital of $750,000 to put inlo the
enterprise,
One of the largest. |mlning deals that,
has ever taken place in Brilisli Co-
liinibin up 10 the present time, is Ihe
sale of the Crown Point group of claims
for the, sum of $1100,000, the greater
portion of which was paid in cash.
Jim Dale returned on Friday from a
three weeks' prospecting trip'on the
West Fork of Kettle river. He located
one cluim, the Carnii, nbout 00 miles
from Midway. The ..re is quurtz well
mineralized, carrying galena, zinc
blende and iron pyrites. The vein is
aboul 4 feet. wide.
A rumor is afloat to the effect thut
the bond on the War Ea"("le in Rnss-
Innil has been taken up, lut no direct
confirmation of the news is forthcoming. Tbe bunds included nn option of
purchase of oilier properties at llie following prices: War Kngle, $1,000,000j
Iron Musk, $500,1X10, nnd Virginian,
$125,000. II is generally believed tliat
the War Eagle only has been taken at
the figures above quoted.
Upon"good;nulhorily it is reported
that a very rich chute of ore bus been
discovered;upon 111.) Volcanic claim
on Ine* Norlli" Fork of Kettle river,
nwned'liy Ihe new Olive Mining company, The ore has only just been
broken into, so thai tbe size of the ore
body "has not yet been ascertained, hut
thficliaracter of the ore is everything
that could be desired, as beside', its
gold viilne, it is freely Impregnated
with native copper.
Articles of incorporation were filed
on August, 31 for the Olive Mining
company, the capilul of which is the
enormous sum of $20,000,000. The
officers are: Presidenl. ti. P. Shope,
Chicago| vice-president, John A. Man-
ley, Grand Forks; secretary, Hurry
W. Treat, Chicago! treasurer, Edward
W. Blewi'tt, Seattle. The trustees in
nddilion to llie foregoing names are
Mr. McOnllj Midway, und Neils Lntsen,
Grand Forks. Tlie company is formed
for the purpose of working the Volcanic group of claims on "llie North
Fork of Kellle liver, siluateii;about 10
miles above Grand Forks, The development already cairied out and
which cost several thousand dollars, showed enormous bodies of ore to
exist in the group, which it will take
years lo thoroughly prospect, nnd
which in Ihu carrying out 'nil eat up a
considerable amount of the cnpilal of
file company. Willi a railway, malting plants und good uinniigeinent, Ihe
company should become one of tbe
most, influential upon Iheciilinunl, us
there is no denying the fact Ihnt lhey
huve a great property upon which to
experiment,
The past week has seen another
force of men put to work In one of our
camps, for on Mo inlay last ten men
started development un the Mother
Lode in D.'iidwooil. A bond wns taken
.. slim I. time ago on lbe Mother Lode
l.y Mr. John Weir of New York who,
logel her «il li his associates, are at lhe
present time developing Iwo olher of
the principal claims in the Bnunilary
creek districl, viz., the Big Copper and
the No. 7. The Mother Lode was lo
caled in the spring of 1801 by Mr. W,
McCormick and others, and basnlivuys
been considered a properly thut would
upon developinenl prove itself to be of
enormous extent and richness, Th
surface showing uponjllie claim is so
immense thai no Idea can lie gleaned
as lo ivhul ils size will be when deplh
is iillaiued and ciossintling reveals
lhe true character of the ore deposit,
To facilitate development; no doubt
diamond drills will he employed in
prospecting, besides the sinking of the
cusU.niili'y shnfls, which ill this case
it is intended lo limp down to tt depth
of 150 feel. In the absence of Mr,
Weir, Mr. Kelfer bus sole charge of
operations and work is being pushed
upon the several properties with great
energy,
Osoyoos, E. C.
Thos  Fetherston,  Proprietor.
The Hotel is Situated on Shore
of Osoyoos Lake.
pope! Boating
&f\ct Fishing.
Kruger Mountain Mines close by,
S. A. IU k CO.
(HucccKHorH to It. N. Taylor)
Chemists and Druggists
Vernon, B. C.
Keep a First-Class stock of
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Articles
Prompt and Careful Attention
 GIVEN TO	
MAIL ORDERS.
l'QSTOl'FICE BOX 111.
NOTICE.
NOTICE Is hereby glvon tliat sixty .lays
after .Into, 1 intend 10 apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands anil works for permission u. inircliaso tho following lands, situ-
atc.l in the Osoyoos division of Yale district:
All the uiiiiei-iiiiieil pnrlion of tlie west half
of section 111, township (is. and all the nnnocii-
pled porlion of lho east liulf of section 21,
township 117. JOHN CAlll'IIKLI,.
July llh, 1890. ta
W. DALRYMPLE
-5-oaiei-al     Blnclcsinltli
FAIRVIEW, B. 0,
All  Kinds of Repairing,   Horseshoeing a
Specialty.
®      ®      ®
®   ®
Though do not fuil to take advantage of
this rather limited  o|iiit>rtiinity, nnd
have your Photo taken while you havo
that opportunity of obtaining a true and
® ® Perfect Likeness
And a neatly finished picture, J. I).
Stonner ina prdfloleht workmiin in his
prouUOtipul of art, and Kiiarunlees per
feet sati-ifaetion.  Cabinets only ?;j.oo.
California Gallery, Midway, B.
Alta Visia Fruit Raneh
XfiliOnrXTA, 33. o.
For Sale/sjs^
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Si HiiliH.iiliiliiliH.iH.tSt.
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J.   L   PRIDHAM,
PROP.
J. McNICODi£
Dealer in i
Geneval   2Sffle3?e5lr-a,aa.clxse-
Agent for
THE GIANT POWDER JOMPANY, SAN FBANCiSCO.
Powder Magazine at Anaconda.
IB WI
MIDWAY AND ANACONDA B. C.
RENDELL & CO.
GENERALS
^MERCHANTS
Greenwood City and Boundary Falls, i. C.
VERR BROS.
—-BUTCHERS.
MIDWAY,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS
Moat delivered at Ibck Creek and nil (no
Mining Camps.
J. Kerr.
R. D. Kerr.
AT ONCE
In tho Boundary Creek District to know
that tlio
Columbia street, Greenwood City, Ii. C, lias
opened with a nice stoek of Groceries, Cigars,
Tobacco, Stationery, etc. A call is respectfully
solicited.
OLSON &PHELAN
HA
4.1
ROCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH 01* HOCK CltKKK.
EC.   X"*L-fc-to3ix«ai-it3-2»,   IVZ-g-x-.
b'nisT-Cuss Accommodation kok Qi'iisra
GOOD STABLING
. *arExcollont Fishing on Keltic Rlyor.^H
hTwrighF
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
j. or. "vtrxxxirxx
PROFRDUTCIt.
Centrally Located Stopping Place for Three Different Stage Lines.
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
No
Best Brands Liquors aad Cigars
Anaconda, B. C.
Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done
Orders by Htage strictly attended lo. Address
Anacanda Mercantile Co's Store.
#
#
P. McLEOD,
BARiiiHTEn, Solicitor, Etc.
Anaconda, h. 0.
J, VV. I^KI),
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing; a Specialty.
All IVork Warranted.    oB-Siii
NOTICE.
NOTICK is lirreliy given tliat I, Clin*, lli' B.
lirci'ii, iis agent for A. Wood, inlenil wij
days fnnn iluie iiiiil.iiigii)i]i!|..iilliin In lliel'hief
Connutssionoi'of Lantfijantl Wurks fnr jn*rniiw-
sloii t.iiitireliiHe ii aarliiiii imrl imi ul tain) sit utile
111 tlio Osoyoos division of Vnlo dlslriol In llio
liriivlnee of llrilisii Cnliiiiiliin. Vi/.: the UI10C*
ouplsd fraction nf lilli.l lying .veal nml nd'inning
tlioQovoriunonl rosorvoon l-ami creek.' Nurlli
Fork nf KYI Ilo river, nnd cnnlnliiliig 11)1 ooros
linn- .less. C.II II. (JltKI'N.
Sidley. II. C„,l illy 111. 1890. SO,
maat.nt4._wi
NOTICE.
Fresh Bread,
Cakes and
Pies Always
On     Hand.
a msm.ii, Prop.
NOTICK iH hereby givoi) that, sixty days
from date, I Intend applying to the
Chief Cointnmioiier of "IjiihIs and Works
for perminsion to pyrohaBO the following traot
of land, situated in Ihc Odoynns division of Ynle
district, nnd more particularly described as
follows,- ViiSit Tlio linrLli half of seolion Wand
the Hoiiibhalfof section 34, township 83. con*
Hlsl liyr of filO acres. \\. H. NOH HIS.
Midway, Kepi 1, \m. 27
NOTICE.
Notice Is liorcliy given Hint the partnership
heretofore existing botwoon N. ll. Muck and
N, Tlioll, under lhe linn name of Muck k
Tholl, In the hotel business nt Anaconda, II. C,
hns been dissolved.
All accounts contracted hy the llrm provlous
to August 10(11, WW, will ho nettled hv N. Tholl.
who will In future conduct the business of lbe
Anaconda lintel. MACK (m TIIOI.I..
Anaconda. 11. 0, August tilth. ISM. Ill
McKENZIE,
BURNS &
MITCHELL
Bricklayers,
Stone Masons
and Plasterers.
Boundary Falls, B. C,
Estimates furnished upon application for all kinds of work.
Brick, Lime and other material kept constantly on hand.
D. McDUFF
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. C.
All Kinds of Work Executed to the Satisfaction of Customers.
YOU CAN GET A
Good  Meal
for35c-at
Aiincondii, IS, C.
HALF WAY
KETTLE RIVER
JIETWKEN,
Marcos and Boundary Creek Points
-STAG 15 STATION ANO-
6001) HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
Best Brands Lipors and Cigars
George Edwards - - Proprietor
AT THE«*——
ANACONDA..
SAWMILL. . .
ANACONDA, B. C.
t You will find at reason
able prices all kinds of
Rough and
Dressed Lumber
Shingles, Mouldings, Ete.
A Call Solicited.
A. R. TILLMAN,
'ROP.
F. B. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VERNON, a (:
GREENWOOD
CITY^-
Is lli.'OiilriilT.iwii and Supply Point (If the Boundary
Cieek Mining flumps. Fnnn lliis Now Tuivn riiurls
loud In the
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lota are Suiting Freely and nro n Good lnvi.stini.nt.
For Price ..f Lots and Oilier Information, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood City, I'lmnthry Crook. B. (!.
Or Apply lo Agent*,
C. F. COSTERTON, Vernon, B. C.
A.  K.  Stuart,  Vancouver.
iMMzmzm-i
W.B. PATON
1..FURNITURE..!
♦♦♦♦♦^^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦^♦♦♦♦♦^♦♦♦♦♦♦^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦t
G-i-eeix-'w-oocl   C±"ty.
WINDSOR HOTEL
GREENWOOD CITY    .   .    .    .
.   .   G. E. SEYMOUR 1 CO., Props,
STRICTLY   FIRST-CLASS
SITUATED OS TIIK  MAIN  IiOAII TO  COWER,
iiKAinvoon, skylark. liiiwiNivooii, loot Terms: $1,50 to $2.50 per Day.
Lake ami (Itiiku Boundary Oreek Camus.
HOTEL KALEMALKA
VKRNON, B C,
PADMOh'E & PEERS
PROPRIETORS
THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE INTERIOR KETTLE RIVER  MINING  DIVISION.
Record of Mineral Locations for tlie Wceli
Ending September I, 1896.
25, (ii.lili'ii Home, Bimvn's camp,
Annie Owens.
25. Hartford, Knight's camp, J. J. Holland, V. Bell, and J. J. Cordnu.
20. Coniiiinii.l.T, Knight's camp, II.
W. Il.ilaliiin, F. Stonechest and J.
ijiii'iui.
26. Sminot, North Fork, \V. Uul trldge
ami G. VV, liii'inliain.
2(1. Brittnnie, North Fork, W. Quit-
ridge and-G, W, Ingiahain,
26, Ri-giiliis, lliu-s.iii, 11. L. Tnrlii't.
20. Polaris, liaison, II. L. Tiirliel,
26. Bi'llutrix, Carson, J. D. Anderson.
26. Mineral Ranch Lode, Ramlilcr
camp, 11. .1. ',Millar and P. W, Me-
Grego>,
20, Gold Crown, Pass'creek, 0, Frank.
2(1. Gill Edge, Pass Greek, 0. Frank.
20. Contact, Skylark camp No, 2, T.
Clinic
20, Monarch, Smith's camp, A,Oheyne
iind II. Wright..
27. l,i. Seui', Brown's  camp, A. P.,
Junes and,), \V. Aliliult.
27. liiitiher Buy, Deadwood iaiiiip,,.l.
B. Brooks.
27. Lost Hatchet, Providence cainp, ,1.
Ohrlstie and T. Beck.
27. (.'upper Chief, fractional, Boundary
creek, J. M, Jaiieltu.
27. Iron Chief, Boundary creek. J. Al,
.liirretlc.
27. Dickens, fractional, Brown's camp,
A. Laugfoid,
27. "vfiiaiivliiT, Brown's camp, A, Lung-
ford.
27. Alice, Brdwn's cuuip, A. Langfoid.
27, iSiiniiyside,    Browu's    camp,   A.
Laugfoi'd,
27. Center Star, Brown's ciunp, VV. J.
Selnnuck.
27. While Tail, Kellle liver, N. Bice,
28. Belchtir, Chrisllno lake, T. Ryan,
28. (iiapliile,J'islii.rinuncieek,E.CIa.k.
211. Clear    Grit,   Copper   camp,    D.
Bryant,
20. ION, Clark camp, J, Davison, A.
Preston and J. 11. Smith,
27. Loni'.Jtick, Brown's camp, T. Brady,
,1. II. Smith, J, Davison and A,
Preston.
21). Darlington, Brown's eamp, ,1. H.
Sinilh, A. Preston and .1. Davison.
211. Sliiiiniirtl,   Long   Luke camp, P.
Lumen.
21). Clyde, Long Luke camp, J, Riley,
21). .Midway,  White's  caufp,   W.  il.
.Steele,
81. Trilby, Wellington camp, J, Mun-
ioo and C. Harrington,
III. Jumbo, Wellinglon camp, J.Nc'i'lry
... 81. Queen of Oioru, Brown's ciunp, A,
Mason,
I'l. Adisonuck, Klinherly camp, M, II
Kane.
81. Old  Ki'iiliickiaii, Kiinlieily rump,
,1. M. Jiii'i-eli, and P. T. Kane,
III. Gertrude, Skylark camp, II.  H,
Shttllenhei'gei'.
81. Stockton, Greenwood camp, P. W,
Peterson.
III. Exchange, Summit cainp, A. B, 1*.',
Clai i.
21. Summit, Summit camp, A. E, El
Clink.
31. Golden Eagle, Kiinlieily cuuip, C.
,1. Lundy.
l.-EBTIKIOATUrt (IK WOH.K.
2.*.. Whale ttfck, li. G. Po.'.
25. River View, A. I.  Rogers.
25. MounUiiu View, L. D. Woiildford.
Ti. Blue Eye, Ella llfyiiulds,
2.V Sunny Side, A. L. Rogers,
AT. Mammoth, A. L. iMcLuino,
25. Famous 11. C. Pile.
25. Valley, C. W. Diiiul.
15, "21," G, ILISiillierlaiul.
25. Eiwlii, E. Jesseph,
20. Dominion, 11, P. Bin mis and J. P.
Shannon,
26. Queen, II. D. llaii.es und .1. P.
Summon.
•in. Pilgrim, II,  I).  Bailies and .1. P,
Sliiiiiiii.n.
2li. Newark, F. C, Harper and J, Fliin-
negiiii.
2.1. Troy, E. Nugent and JL'. C. Harper,
20. Luko, E. Nugi ul. nnil P. C. fLuper,
211. ll.il'l, P. Hm per uud P. C. Harper,
27   Ilei'lieil, 1'. Miiyi'i,
_;, Wulford, A, McLiilue.
27 Pyriiiniil, A. 1, .11. Lilno,
,.    Rival' Side, I., ll. U'.iliiud.
29. Hold Bel. A. tiiislleiumi mul .1. C.
Dale.
2D, Gland Forks, .1. L. Wiseman und
0, O. W.isliliurii.
211. Iliihuionil, W. II. Sliil,..
81. Vancouver, C, Barbour and A, 0,
Hoggs.
81   Yellowstone, II. II, Shall turgor
and II. ..Iil'illliiei..
il   Mountain Hose, W. T, Smlili,
id. Teutonic, li. Bryuul,
I'KIIIII.'irATU OI' IMI'ltOVKMl*.VTS,
28 Roderick Dim, M. J. 51, Wood, J,
W, Powell and J, B. Jones,
TliAN*-|.'|.:ilS.
21 .M.'iinmolli, j Inleiesl, W, II. Ilnli.-
linn In 0, A. Waterman,
21. Florence, S inleresi, \V. \V. Ilolo-
linn loll. A. Wat, -i man.
21. Duly Chance, '.  inleresi  W, W,
Hololnin lii'0, A, Win iin.
-I, Bloodier Girl, • inleresi, W. W.
liniiii C, A. Wiileriniiii,
21. Muuiitiiiii Ciiiel',,;, hiturest, W. \V.
Hul..bun lull, A. W.,lc,inun.
21. Bloodier Giil, J iuleie 1, F. J. C.
H.igcn lo 11. N. Hololliilli
21. MuuuUiin Chief, i inii'iesl, F. .1. C.
Hngen, I.> II. N. Hula!	
2-1. Only Chance, !, interesl-, P. 1,6,
Hngen lo II, N. Uolubiin,
'-'*.. llaulScriiicli, i interest, J, A. Milters to Mrs. A, V, Davis,
..   Amunily, all interect,  I'.  Wilson
to G, Thomas anil (i. N^Cuilius.      Price Ellison,
26  .Miner, all iniorest, II. Wil-mi to Proililciit,
ti. riiomas and C, N. Collins. Vornon 11.0
35. Yorkshire Luss. j inlii.-l. C. Iliu-
rmglon lu I.iMiiiiroe and P. Amain-
wall.
20. Minnenpolis, h interesl, .1. B. Williams to W. T. Stoll.
27. Mountain View, 3 Interest, J.
Christie I..T, 11. Miijinney.
27. Nightingale, | imeicsi, ,1, Christie
toT, 11. Miilimiey.
27. Mavis, ,■ inleiest, ,1. Clui.alic InT.
11. Muli'iiiiey.
27. Fraclionul (fiaclioiiul), all interest,
0. Beiliieil to H. E. II. a. li.
27. Fraclionul (fractional), II. I'i. Beach
ti.O. I'll wood.
28. Commonwealth, J interesl, B. Perkins In T. Clinic, A. Hill mill All
Ling.
28. Brooklyn. } inleresi, T. Curry to
B. Pei'kl'us, A. Hill und Ah I,ing.
29. Russland, J inleresi, (I. A. lieiulcll,
L. II. Hastings und II, l„ Tibbals
tn E. P. Suydiiin.
2S. Russland,.) iuterest, G. A. Rendell
■ I,i H. P. Snydum,
28. Greyhound, \ Inleresi, E, P. Suy-
lllllll lo W. .I. 11,11 i is.
28, (lulil piillnr, 1 iniaicat, P. BuyerI...
M. DesjiuAllies,
2S, Silver Dolinr, 1 intm-sl, E. Buyer
lu M. Desjarillnes,
28.  AlIIOl'IciIll    Eagle.    |    ililcl-eal,   ,1,
Dul'iuir iii.I. P. Flood.
28, Cilliiberliiin, all Interest, N, J,  Le-
pliintc lu W. II. Steele,
H.I. Yellowstone, all Interest, 0, Dillier
lull. II. Shalleiitieigei'iindR, Me-
Cullock,
31. [dola, J interest, 11. Slialleiibei-ger
tu R, McCullock,
31. Mohuivk,   1   interesl, II. Slinllen-
berguf lu 11, iMeCiilloek,
31. Crescenl, 1-21 inleiesl, J. C. Huns
to Jl. 11. Shalleiibergei*.
gl. Iron Chief, J interest, J. 41. Jiu-iell
to (J. J, Lundy.
31. Gulden  Bugle,   J inleiesl,   C. J.
Lundy to J, M. Jiii-ielf,
 . ir	
U. S. VOTERS IN  B. C
Citizens nf the United Slates residing
temporarily in liiilish Columbia, unil
there ure,many in ibis camp, will not
unlikely he anxious to learn whether
or not they are entitled lu voli.utthe
coming election in tin. precinct nearest
their present location, uu flu. ulher
side of llu. line.
The Spokesman-Review wns asked
lo settle this point and replied as
follows:
"TlieSpokesniaii-Revicwisiiifoi-mi.il
on reliable authority that, persons
claiming a residence in (liis .slate will
be entitled to vole ul their places of
iT'sideiice, but riot! elsewhere. Even
those un the reservution win. huve
families in Spokane cm.nut vote nt
Mm ens, Nnillipurt ur nny ..flier ..luce
Solely* by leiisnii uf Iheir proximity to
such voting pluce, Unmarried men
residing nu the reservation, wlio have
resided in the stale one year, the counlry I In ee mouths and lhe precinct or
territory Ibnl would nutorally be included in lhe precinct foi' the* 30 day"
may vole ut such pulling place, bul
there is no provision uf law authorizing a citizen living temporarily in a
foreign counliy to cross the line and
vole al a pluce where he luis no resl
deuce. Thisils quite a hardship upon
miners living in Spokane mul wurkiug
iu British Columbia, as they will be
required; to come liOiric ten days'be-
fine lhe election und leglst.el' if they
wish tu vote. Shis wuuld lie expensive
und the probability is Ibal few will
avail.themselves of lbe luxury;"
Ja
-  I .   —
FLOURvf    ->!-FLOUR
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 Hour has been pronounced the superior of any now
manufactured in British Columbia.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong, B, C.
M
ma   THE  FUTURE
lm ———
f 1 RAILWAY, MINING AND ||
tm Cft\.
I AGRICULTUBAL CENTER OF
am —— —
1
m
ffl
mi
'ittle Eivep ton
ml
PS8
two
ffl
•ft
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual Residents,
For Particulars Apply to
A. K. STUART,    or to    R. C. ADAMS,
Midway, B. C, Montreal, P. Q.
m
ml
if-
1
HOUSE AND CARRIAGE PAINTING
^TOT^TyTinrr) h»k *__ ^miM
r QTfiMC H       Paper Hanging
GuLUJUailXljU KALSQMINjNG
Grand I'lukanni! Midway, H.C
Prospectors' Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Grand Forks, B.C., Below tlio Bridge.
Livery Teams, Saddle am! Puck Horses and Ladies' Saale Horses
Slay, Cirain ami Wood for Sale,
Teaming of All  Kinds  a Specialty.
Better Tkan I^er.
The Okanagvin and
Spallumchcen . . .
Ag'i'l, Society's. . .
I
*.
I
3HAT
wili, m: Hold in' tiik
GITTOFTESNOH.B.G.
Wcdncsuiiy and Thursday,
Out. 14 as
l'ri;:i; LlsUb Kiilry I'm-nis, otO,, nre
iiuu- ready, and logothiop willi nil
uilit'i' Information, may bo hud by
addrofiBina lho 8oorotnTy nl. Oka*
nagau Mission, Itpducod furoaby
tfjo C. P. It. und Oltanogftn I-ako
utonmors,
A. EJr'^;,
Hi'cniiiu-.v,
Olfamigmi MMou
Btn war un-jji
We Handle Hardware and Hardware Only,
ARMSTRONG& LAWDER
Hardware, ■ Tinware ■ ani - Stoves
ANACONDA, B. C.
Oto.:e»  S-fcocslz:  of
. ■. ■■
■ .   ■
Crockery,  Glassware, Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
Bi'llows, Anvils, Heating and Cook Stoves, Woodenwiii-e, Susli
nnd Doors, Paints and Mils, hus lieen selected to meet the
rei|iiiri'inents of tlie country, und will lie found most complete.
Specsi-ail-fcles
Jessop's Steel (any size); San Francisco  Powder,
Caps ancl Fuse; Miners' Outfits,
CTo'b'bxxi.g-   Si__.ojp
:i
Any order in the Tin or Iron Line will secure our
Prompt and Cartful Al lent ion at a Reasonable Figure.
Armstrong k Lawder, the Hardware, Tie and Stove Men, Anaeonda.
Pentieton Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
I
, B, C.
M. F. P'OLGIflli,  PROPKIETOH,
Good Aeeomiodation and Moderate Charges.
Mo •ClaLixi.e'SKe H&Xjp
Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.   Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.  Saddle Horses a Specialty.
IY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Glass Accommodation.   Good Sfidbliugj  Terminus of Stage Line
froui Marcus- Washington.
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.     '
Grand Prairie Hotel
CARSON,  KETTLE  RIVER.   B. C
Situate in tlie Immediate Vicinity of the Boundary Creek Mines.
First-class accommodation for the Traveling1 Public.   Stage Lines
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
McLaren bros.      ....      proprietors
CHEAPER  THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
TWO CARLOADS JUST ASRIVEB
—"UPHOLSTERING*--
ROSSLAND, B. C. VERNON, B. C.
,, it. \t^iti2-.' v:.'_i -p.-.'.
Vi --i\-~. '.ir-.  '
iji.vi..-u; . .r.*'.--»rii^j>tj;iT<»r;Trn-?.--7-™r
■bt-7^ .-wr-* ?_f\-.wji*i>_fA?\
- HOTEL
Gueenwood City, Boundary Creek, H. C,
Wo lin ve jusl opened Hie above. Imi el ul, Qroenwoud (iily, iiiid nro |ir.'|iur.;.l
In tveleiuiie gllimtH mill j.r.ivi.l.i good lua-uiiitiiuilutiiiii. Good (lutt'i'lnf^. First
.•luss Livery Htulile.
WOOD & WESTEL  .  .  PROPRIETORS.
SAWMIL
, KglJQWNA B. C.
Ymi nni nuw purchase oodav panol tlooi'8, boaultfttlly nmdn uml llnishod; window hhhIi,
Intliti, HliiiiKluii iind nil nil iur kiiul.i of limi*-') fiu'tiitiiiin^-, nt Ilm (Jltu iingivn Sawmill. Hough und
dwsHiul liunbt!]' conflUintly on Imnd, Order*- from Kottlo Rlvor district aolloltod and prices
rurnislicd upon application to
N. H.-Husli iiiiii Doors'nl. Const Prlciw, will) Slight Advimco to covorcosl of ficight.
13.  LHQtitiaMCH, FXLOF.
THE FASHION
FEED.. pipl . J\.p, j, S||g . spBliES
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.
VEEKON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STAflLES
Good single and double drivers and saddle horses. Ladies'
gentle double and single drivers and saddle horses.   Horses
boarded by the week or month. Box stalls if desired. Horses
broken to harness, and horses and cattle sold on commission
Denier in hay and grain ; wholesale and retail. All kinds of
heavy teaming attended to.   Corner Mission and Tronsqil sts.
VV. Gardner, Proprietor.
0. B. & P. B. NELSON
RESERVATION TRADING CO'Y
Curson, B. 0,, uud llcsurvulioii Store, Nelson, Wnsh,
General .7 Merchandise
And Mineis' OulliU of oil desia-i|itioua.   Our stoi-k is large
und complete und we believe you will Hnd
Our Prices an  Object
If you wish lo s.tve money.   Give us un  eiuly ettll.   Fair
uud sijiituo dealing is our iiiollo.

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