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XI. No. 21.
MID'*, ''..
dhitish Columbia; momday, September 25. 1
S99.
S2.00 per Year.
LEOU,
gi-jTEB. Solicitor, Etc.
midwat. a c.
JHOLSON,
—: NoTABY PlTBUC,
\i estate.
FINANCIAL AGENT
and MINING BROKER.
SKlNNEY, B.C.
\r. R. Mathison,
 : DENTIST.
FLOOD  BLOCK   •   CREEMtOOD.
■LCgHaw.
lHallett & Shaw
DUSTERS. SOLICITORS,
>our>e* PeMk.
..-Hauxn."
s: Bedford McSeill«. MorriBjc &
Veals. Lettwrt
rOOD.B.0.
JDwood Assay Offiee.
] J. C. Luckcfibd, Prop.
jiver   and   Aiialytica''
...Copper and Gold...
The Sfflitkatneen district is noted for
its ledqes of Copper-Gold ores.
Quality and Price.
While W. T. Shatford. ■    . - .*.
price of the ROSP1
MINERS    peratii .■   -.     ,   ** -      „ ..   ,.    ' ..'..'^ T
mining caj ps, w        to well 1
where • „j :n .l     •      1
Instea:. _ ...... 1
money, an I this     re nan -. * -   •    ■ -
into the district abovi referre   to
"W". T. Sliatford & C
VKi'.N'i.V.   FAIRVIEW,   CAMP   >!■ KINNEY   *_
\V
"MIDWAY THE BEAUriFLL."
A brief History of flidway and
a Sniff} of iis Advances.
 x*-—- Irtequalled as a Residence Town
A Picturesque Townsite Affording ' For ■•"■•■•
Special   Inducements  for
1 ,iry bracing atmosphere,  ao
.>:••- '• alrr,  favor-
•■-.'.' ns, an enlire ah
ience "i   1   .    .    .-   diseases,   ample
ranni fur oat*d .ir   sports   and level
mods fnr riding, driving, cycling, etc.,
Business and Residence
Purposes.
rienda . ,jnt.-u.
W'tt.'.   ■■■ ...  .   •. .-     T
e a good "lie.
11 the Bulimia
j t;   '.vn as
- fun her r-nuisites of
phj -n'iai. -' bon-ogb-
1   scboolmastei  and  a
' detgyn
- ■-. - -.; lias I
o.
'X A.N   I ITY.
j   .Mr. L. tnii.t in ,,f,
R. C. Adams, of Moo- ifln
Chemist.
SIMILKAMEEN ¥r
;»^% JOHNSON'S HOTEL,
Princeton 2S miles, ty *av_._i*j.*
mt. o.
|p-..,denies Ki .rereed an. V.- ■
SUTHERLAND,
.   .  .   MIDWAY. It.'*.
URT   FTBLir.
1 rsrosis MB<>kvn.
oswosnoa agf.ni.
j t.i entries paned.    Mineral Ac:
Und Aet  pipers dnwn nf.   Aft-
Ou taken.  Aostracu made.
c--. jvc.t-ans ty mall or :c.i;- *r.«
".f.ir ttunded to.
' . I>ALKYM'".E
.   • ml     TOl»«sU-iii i*__
FAIRVIEW. B. C.
-it  of  Repairing.    Horseshoeing
A «1>eci»lT.
|KKiTH. r.r.orcsn h.
(IITH&KETCHUM.
Fairview   30 miles.
Keremeos Jo miles.
Vi/
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Oiu
15 Mile Creek.
and Siore in Connection.'-v---
H      tJ.    1' .   ii   - • ■»•     '
real,   P.   xt..
The original
- M *.   WH '■• 13 '  iJijed Bound ,1
1 . ...    it -.- -:.   be     . .
- inilariy   mined  a   new nan
el j:tid ixir this town Wo
registration  could he secured,   x i-
:..-  -  ttttuaily  dectd«-d  upon
. -   f Midway :  r   lbe  --i-m Ib
ibe I tm :..--■■ r-  .    it   .ix ,i
B ■.-:. C .; n   ..-  B   •
y   inlains
:..- I    rears heen tbe chief
eK   lie Rim Mining   Ui-
Bria    -^jise.    Here has
I    .- ii*lrict .iffiies ,.f
-ni.   «>   thai
*-   • th th ■ Mining Recorder,
v   1     in   Registrar and the
*   f Mm     _■•■>:.■■1., i«* Iran*
I ti    * i    ronef and
1 .    :   x   notable  Is.th
.'■;        ..   'h,*iv i*. too. the
** ..      tr.d the only Cus*
h^ d^lriet.    Ueie. too,
1   ial y csn.e. in Auaust
ji r.    ijv.iM _. the first new?-
■ .: -.-l'*-*j Iii '.he B<undary dis*
. •:   j- ti :z\r be ad.ird to show
flown i- >   '  -itiV.r one fr-mn
1 inrestinent   »nd  a   residence
;%]••».   It ii>- ptxiiiwi!!^ inin*
•• tails immediate neigb-
itlh ."   '■■ .elopiuen' : as a
bas n -.iy ..dvantaae* :
us   ran<mer   arracu.ins  :o lhe
, .       .     '. ri-hing and shooting
tbe  « ij et   tlir st .::*nj  and
tgare so zisid   as to I * inrival-
Practical House and Carriage
PAINTING
Paper H.suging, Graining and Sign Painting. Mso Kalsomining ,     .. -,
and all kinds of DecoratKe Work evecuted bv :
E. Nash J Co., Midwav and Greenwood City.
HP. P   a
'-'.- mu niidr in l&H 1 ■ Mr
D..ugi >-. ■.. b Kill read sinU
A Picturesque Townsite
Mid'v.v c«tuii v    - .       -j
growth.   Th-
pmebased fr'
Ltd., whi, h a
lbe
\u
be ....
I . igdisl«
l'\ l-ecouie an ii
•[:<■
The Riverside Hotel,
AL ESTATE
ANU
MINING BROKERS
*g Properties   Eximined   and;
Reported oa.
K'REENWOOD  :   : B. C.
<n-im. M. A. H. A. Gris*. M. A.
GUESS BROS.
iemists and Assayers
He  01    h -. '■"•:■:
.   Stoppiofi
Good Fishing -:- Good Hunting -:- Best of Accommodation. .
,
S. Iiaji-aoJ^   aianagei*.
wattu via ihe I
A J ti   iv;h,!J
nigkly   familiar   with   Kairriew aod;
■>«larj Creak Xiarral Properiie*.   Proper-
Euaiiied.   A war* and Ar_Ir«s of Ores.
IK Kte.
ORttr.XWOflD. B.
! = Midwav Meat Market •= |"
* i h_
* K. \. MATTHES. Proprietor. %  rt..
«  .  *
+ 4,  ..,
I At this establishment customers cin fetch okest cuu of *    ,, .
* BEEF, MUTTON. PORK aad VEAL ^     *   -...
I      "TTnetx-igror-ator on tbe pu-emiaw.      ■ I
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* TherefowM     • "      K     J       j|   'l!
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8. M. McEnlire.
**ff«*ef'e'r'f^'--^*>«&^etJ*Jf^te^^'eeJf5*f**f***^*
A Distributing Centre atMj
■d^ :ue . i.■cltidinu  („ ,\
liheiLiuinc   .   ;•  fBoundary  ,,.,.
^ritxxt'
leDoDDell & MeEntire,
Mines and
-:- Real Estate.
greenwood and Camp McKinney.
Ml CHEEK HOTEL . . .
MOITH Or Rt3CK CRKKK
**ttt«_i_plK_,   Mg»'
I':-   It, ih.i
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USE OX FLOUR:
^ The Best Flour in Canada.
: 1 M Kim ty, .-..
Washil ." 1  -   ill
9 Creek      Pal
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ind.  as   »eM,
•  j  is Hvailahle
_*, in lo s (if fiom nne
.\ a. ;r* nnd oUaioahte
rrred x-x\ tuent    Unns.
■   - idy in cnliva-
..-  .:. muiieof baWog
j t.   system   t.i   a.v>ist
siuitll holdiiJkts can he
TbeMidwa; LV mpjiny,
- ... lown lot*—i-oth
■ _u -" u j residatH—at re—woabl'i
;'■■ --    ■  j "il  r,■■-■;'■' ni.s ut 'uTinflOt.
The  town   is   BrowtBft romioetrlally,
j.   lim,  nuujen*ns I i_inr«$ and liad>s he-
.     ,1-   tag either already rt*pn*setitfd at ahout
xrxl   pv-s   tola*.    Ai'.'Ci-ther Midway  N  »>'rthy
nd vxer-t  °*  '"1••  all-ntnn of  ih"se  sjwkiii** a
.i--lit.nl   lomlMJO fin   (■ ;r i u.sitiesjs or iesiden<-e
|Mir""i*se*s. tthii^l to iheinrratniril iffers
-pevial inUiitenieiils  l"i   tni.e*  iring
j, still lo» and tbe town baring a i'right.
u    n.d trouii-itiiC future befors* it,
 M- '
The Lottie F. Oroup.
'" '     Urate   .    ,_• caption of "luine* in
-.:... Spokane" the''Spo_es-
•:   in Renew" last week published the
: .   wing ■': -;.'..._  from (.Tt*eenwi«>J:
•AJ :•-::.. 1:. iimei-on  retunied last
•''•!! ng from she uuiin fork of   the
'   Kettle river.   He 'nr*,ut*ht about  lm
"n pounds of ore bom tbe LatieF. Gi-oup
on   t'oppt-r   ereek,   where tin   gieitt
strilti Was made some time ago.   It is
the tinest ow tbj'.t has i>e^n s<-en in
Gteeuwood for  some  tine. niDuiug
"  fn'tu 2a to 40 per cent cupper with  a
in gold.   H** s;iys th-y
' irepnepi   ' -'.j-: .ti jirvaof eround
. Binking a number of
i there,   Iu exery hole
.• .'. j.* ..f n.jh o*e h;ts l>eeu di**
. proving the existence oi the
mrta •   *.   wings that  have
i-eii -een in  Br tish  t'ohimhia.
f»-rty Ls nnder bond t>> liessts.
n.  Ca uphell .in>i  McGregor.
of men i; tw '• en put at w.,rt
fluent will he done
mine to some extent  th- et-
i vaiuc of the ore I ixiy.
etning   this properly, W. S.
"•   Keith, mining engit>oer, made the  ful-
:,,n*  lowing report;   'This group consistent
»' in tl    >.        F-. Magnolia and Steriing-
.   '. cl.iinis on I' >ppei   i.r*vl;
1 i"  ni       •      .th.   Thi*  rtfk Bows into
'•    the Kettle river apout  55 miles fn*in
I :   Rock cteek, ahd almost ditectlj north
■nld of thai place.   The cUims are apout
.   .. shorn Green wood, whence they
irei   . bedbrtrail,   A survey   for.i
',n' railway has been made as for jis t'an-
>re appear t
\ inn f
es ht-re
Winner ol tst prize at
New
ex
hibitir
1AINST ALL
minster
\IERS.
~, ii will i>e  , ■ •   t
iteri.ii- toi iu ■
les     T! .
nurt*. a
miyis nu*
l   in   tbe
P,*t*Ci.im  AcroMMODiTiOM  roa Qvtasi
GOOD STABLING
^XMilert nduiw oa Keltic River^ff
-superior l Hour in the  ilritish Co
st   Ourllour is heralded By ever)
from Penticton to Grand Forks.    Insist on
0. K. flour and you •.sill get the best.
I  OKANAGAN FLOUR MILLS CO.
X ARMSTRONG   B.C. Y
.   immediate
\ '.-.::';•• |l .ui.ii;.'  itl
lt« favor, since il .-- res ' th>' I a u
(he Influence uud t-uj |-tt of - i:»'
powertolcompany, whi.h has ji!i* idj
expresMd-iti* intention to make Midway a di virions] |toinl and ihe j inrtion
of two branch tail ways,
As a re-ideniv town Midway standi
alore in lb** Bound irv Creek di-triit.
\  i creek, about—1 miles south of Copper, and as the vallej  is level and an
• ,-v _•:- de ■ mid be    bta ned, it   will
• -. .:   th    fut        •■ contjnoed
further north, pr*   ihlytn ascend the
. .-■     rkaod thi   ig    i    ■-- to KiUar*
• whirh   are
Arrow :.
es distant.
•tintry    s'
T.inite f..;.
No
ther  lown  in   tin
winding   the
i. through
ni - .  southerly
. dyke -if porp .ry. Lying
between this dyke and the granite is
a ledge ofroineraUied p*. k Ihe surface
orcropp-.gi of wliieh appear to l*r a
limey   qu irt
iiilitnt for about
biommepeial Job Printing. &0<>co$oe<><^^ t::^: zz*x^tr:""M ta S2J5STcn,p
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int ADVANCE.
JOHN VVITIIKI.I. PROPRIETOR
10. JACOBS Man.uiuii
Published   weekly   at   Midway,   B. C.
Subscription Price, S2.(«i pit annum, payable
in advance, uithcr yoarly or half-yearly at the
option uf ilm subsonbor.
Advertising ttatos sent on application,
Though tho column! uf Tun Advance aro
always upon fur ilu1 dlsoussion uf mattora uf
publlo Internal and Importance, xxe. du nol noo*
iiijssai'ilyundurso any .11 lho opinions expressed,
Corrospoudunoo ofa persoual nature will not bu
published.
MONDAY, SfiPTKMBKI? 2.5, 18110.
We regret thai we are unable lo accede to a millibar of requests we have
received for copies of The 4DVANOE
of llth inst. in whlcb appeared an article headed "Blggenl Mines on I lie Continent," our supply of that, issue being
exhausted, It. Is gratifying though to
have received assurances of apprecla*
linn of our efforts to show whal the resources of the Boundary district, really
give promise of being, "Glittering
generalities" and boom tactics may
seem lo .suit (he ends of some people,
but our sentiments are similar to those
ot a Butte mining journal quoted elsewhere in this issue, which remarks,
"Exaggerated statements no longer
go."
"When a man throws down two
plunks on our marble topped counter
and makes ibe declaration that he
wanls Ihis paper for a year, he immediately has our admiration audarecelpt.
In our eyes lit* is a greater hero and
more ofa prince lhan any of ihe titled
personages of Europe,"—New Denver
"Ledge."
"A MAX can hardly be called a hero,
even for taking the 'Ledge', but the
man who takes his local paper is even
heller than a hero, fur he is ainati who
'does his duty.' "— Kauilonps "Standard."
The Advance acknowledges, with
due appreciation, lbe fact that an increasing nunilier of Midway residents
have lately "done their duty" in this
respect, whilst the additional support
il is getting from outside is also
gratifying.
The Vancouver "World" says "It. is
reported that an extensive coal hearing area has lieen discovered near Midway in the Osoyoos district of Yale, in
which some parties In Vancouvei are
interested, With coal at Grand Forks
and al Midway, the Boundary country
Will he well supplied with fuel for industrial purposes," We regret I hat we
arc as yet unable to confirm this report. There are indications that coal
may he found near Midway and the
owners of Ihe land upon which coal
iiiensiiies are stated tu occur are endeavoring lo arrange for thorough
and systematic prospecting, but at
present we think it premature to assume that coal exists near here iu payable quantities,
pursues a different course,
ports aud exaggerated statements do
,,ot go with him. He watches for accounts of shipments to and from the
diggings, lie looks for statements
from a reputable source, of assays of
ore, links over the surrounding conditions and is governed by thorn. He
knows that the first at a place is often
the lasl one to bo benefited, Tho forty niners are not the ones who made
ho money, they were those who came
alter them, The history of thc old-
timer is repeated in every new camp.
-The Klondike yarns of twoor three
years ago never went down with the
oldest timers In the west or east. Tbey
rightly sized up the boasted diggings
when it was declared that Klondike
eclipsed California placer mines in
their days. Their expressed doubt of
tbe fabulous richness of the country
was verified by the published gold
shipments from Dawsun, It has since
heen learned that quite as rich, quite
as easily-worked, and quite as or more
accessible mining ground lies nearer
home. But Ihey need not exaggerated
statements to hoom them. Such statements do more harm than good, iu the
end, to the localities supposed to be
aided by them. The truth, the whole
truth and nothing but the truth about
f, mining camp is the best that can lie
said aliout it. Exaggerated statements no longer go. —"Western Mining World."
First iti- A party well-known as
Said, "B.V freedom W
Oniii Paid
.stand or we 11
fall
•Hurrah I that's our view.
Cry the Citlanders, too;
•Oh, 1 didn't mean you,"
Pal11'        _"i,>jrnd," hloemloutein.
(loin
Meeting of the Legislature.
A proclamation summoning the
Legislature of British Columbia to
meet on Thursday, Ith January next,
will be published iu the next issue of
the British Columbia Gazette. The
date is perhaps the earliest at which it
would be convenient for the House to
assemble for the transaction of husiness. A few newspapers, which have
only their party's success in view,
have been clamoring for an immediate
session, but the Opposition leaders
know that it would he useless to convene the members at a time when it
would be impossible to have the necessary preparations made for the work
of tbe session. Public and private
hills have to he prepared, departmental
reports printed and the estimates of
revenue and expenditure for the coming financial year must be ready for
presentation. These important matters could not be accomplished before
the beginning of next year, and it
would have been a waste of time and
money and a childish trifling with
public duties hiid thc Lieut. Governor
permitted himself to lie influenced by
the gabble of the Opposition press and
called the House together at an inopportune season. The fourth of January will suit all parties very well.—
Victoria "Times,"
 r* t •
EXCHANGE CLIPPINGS.
One-third of tbe revenue of the province is spent on the public schools.
This is out of proportion. The province shnuld support schools in the unorganized districts, hut every municipality (district as well as oity) should
lienr Its own school htirdens.-Nelsoii
"Tribune."
It is a little more than ten years
since the Hank of .Montreal established
its first branch in this province, yet it
has in that .short lime expended more
money in the erection of permanent
buildings than bus the Dominion of
Canada in the thirty .veal's that it has
bad an interest in the province-Nelson "Tribune,"
Said Sir William Van Home "I could
die in peace if I could see lbe fast Atlantic service established In connect ion
with the Canadian Pacific Kailway.
If the C. P. R. had control of the Inter
colonial Kailway Ihey would establish
a fast Atlantic line for a subsidy of
$750,000, This would mean an outlay
of $20,000,000 by the C. P. K.—Halifax,
N. 8. Press Despatch.
There is nothing in recent legislation,
as there is nothing likely to be placed
wilhin the scope of lbe future legislation of Ihe present Provincial Government, for which successful appeal cannot be made lo well established precedents in other parts of the Empire
which enjoy well ordered constitutional
government— Vanrnuvei "News-Advertiser."
Thc eight-hour law, designed to give
living Wages to British Coliiniliia laborers, is one of tbe most deservedly
popular pieces of legislation enacted by
a British Columbia Government British Columbia labor is a solid phalanx
behind the eight* hour law, and this
feeling will not be reversed by the
threats of angry capitalists to laki
their money elsewhere. — Toronto
"Telegram."
President Hill of the Great Northern
Railway Company holds the key to the
smelter problem a.s it affects Spokane.
Hp has said that, if Spokane ca pi t.i lists
will build a smelter here, he will foster
the enterprise, and it will succeed, To
that statement comes the ready response, that if Mr. Hill will guarantee
favorable freight rates on ores, coke
and fluxes lo tbe smelter, and on the
bullion from it, the money to build the
smelter will be forthcoming.- Spokane
"Spokesman-Review."
H
All the Latest
Fall Styles.
C
A and A
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At the
Lowest
Prices.
P
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The Hidway Trading Co,|j
J. R. JACOBS, Manager.
--HARDWARE
Chambers & Co. Venn
Dealers in Shelf nit Heavy Mmr*.
PAINTS,   OILS, STOVES, TINWARE
: Jobbing Tinsmiths and Plumbers :■
{ACETYLENE GAS. a_~rj
We solicit tht: patronage of the public
ing, and ri^ht prices, to me
ami trust bv t
t your confidence
flail
r€-*y%
orders receive our prompt atteftl
Tut "Spokesman-Review" observes
"A amelter at Spokane  could  command ores in the Baker City district
of eastern Oregon,  in the  Uoeur d'Alenes,  in the Kootenay district   of
Briiish Columbia, unthe Colville re.i'
ervation, in Montana, and in ihe Cascade milling camps tributary  to thi
Greal Not them.   That is a broad Held
rich in all the ores essential to exlen
sive and economic smelling."   Leaving
lhe Kootenay to take care of  itself,
capitalists interested in the Boundary
country should see to it that ores from
tbeir miner, are smelted in lhe district,
A good beginning has already   been
made in this direction, but ii  remains
to he seen whether the  (!.   p. |{,   (;„.
will keep transportation rales oilplant,
fuel und ores low enough to make the
profitable operation of large reduction
works practicable.   If it should do so
there should not he very great dilll-
culiy in obtaining thp capital requisite
for the establishment of such works lo
the full Oul put capacity of the district
Spokane Falls
..& Northern,
Nelson & Fort Sheppard,
- - a nd--
Red Mountain Railways.
THE CANADA]
Bank of
COMMERCE
Head Office:
ESTJIBUSM
■<>
given
'Immense'
mineral
Exaggerations Do Not Oo.
"There appears a disposition among
nol a few of the publications iu mining
section.-, to exaggerate their mining
possessions and tbeir prospective mineral wealth.   Of course,   experiei ,\
western men can pretty accurately
measure the value of any
statement concerning th
the 'vast' the 'boundh
Wealth of this or that section of
the country. They take them all with
a tew giuins of salt and let them go ut
that, But I he average, comparatively
new, comer is apt to be deceived hy
exaggerated statements, When he
reads Ibat certain newly discovered
mines put the early day placer mines
of California, completely in the shade,
he is among the first to stampede to
the boasted Kl Dorado, lie gets away
as he call, curves the country, gives it
a 'black eye' and then woiks fora stake
to get iu the next rush,   The old tinier
The miners are becoming very tired
of the whole eight-hour trouble, for
tbey find that the more trouble and
less work there is, the more union dues
they are called upon to pay.—Nelson
"Miner."
Itis said that the Victoria First
Battalion Band will lie unable to fill
their engagement to play at the Seattle
exposition on account of the United
States alien labor law.— Victoria
"Colonist."
The liossland "Miner" recently referred to Hon. P. Carter-Cotton, Provincial Minister of Pittance, as "the
strongest personality in the Government and the ablest man in puhlic life
in the Province."
Canada is rapidly widening her industrial field, and if the present rate of
progress continues she •■ ill soon be in
a position to attract a goodly share of
the world's attention as aland of hig
enterprises, - Vancouver "Province."
Tliere bave been several purchases of
British Coliiniliia six per cent, bonds
recently and consequently tho price
has advanced to 118 to 118. Other
Government securities are unchanged.
—London correspondence of "News-
Advertiser."
Thereis no reason to suppose that, the
mining industry of the Kettle River
and Boundary Creek country will he a
Whit behind that of any Kootenay
district, and it has the added advantage of splendid agricultural resomoes,
—Vancouver "Province."
Cascade has been "kicking" at the
alleged daily mail service supplied to
il by stage. For ,*, time at least the
town wilt have three regulardollverles
a week. The mail will now go over
new Columbia and Western ex-
the
tension  line.—Vancouver "News-Advertiser,"
At the Liberal-Conservative gathering last night, the great future of the
cause was heralded, and the rottenness
and demoralization of the Liberal
parly unequivocally demonstrated, by
the Hon. N. Clarke Wallace and Sir
Charles Ilibbert Tupper. -Vancouver I puny in Mohtreal'
"News*Advertiser," i .)u„y,
The Lottie F. droup.
(Continued from pnge I.)
ping in several places for the entire
width pits bave been dug, and invariably uncovered copper pyrites or hornite at the depth of from two tu four
feet. One shaft has been sunk alwuit
eight feet, and some excellent hornite
has been obtained from which the following assays have been received:
From two feet depth, 5 per cent copper, trace of gold; average assay at
four feet depth, S per cent copper and
$1.00 in gold; average assay at. bottom
of shaft, 80 per cent copper, fJ1.80silvOr
and 91.50 i n gold. A nother pa rt y sampled the ore dump and received 21 |icr
cent copper and $1.00 in gold. An
assay from the richer appearing rock
ran 10 per cent copper and $8,00 in
gold.
" 'As one side of the ledge is a precipitous bank descending to the river
tor over 280 feet an excellent tunnel
site is obtained from which more lhan
'foot for foot' of depth will result,
" '.fudging from surface showings
thc property is the most promising |
have seen in the entire country. It has
been reported upon favorably |,y
Messrs. Ronald Harris, M, _, and .1
Ed wards-Leckie of Greenwood, who
took the second and third ass'iys mentioned In this statement, Prom surface indications I believe the property
isthomaklngofamlne, and from the
presence of chalcopyriles among the
hornite I feel more assured that the op.
exists In large body, and if the high
grade continues I shall certainly bo
confirmed in my belief."'
Far from lieing"around Spoknne"l he
claims mentioned are about 200 miles
nearer to MidwaylhanloSpokiiue, |n
fact the survey for a railway referred
to connects w|t,h iho Columbia and
Western Kailway at Midway, tvhloh
for soiiio time-perhaps a war or two-
will he the terminus of that road
When the time shall arrive to give
railway communication to upper Kettle river points (be connection will he
made by a branch line from Midway
This is no m,.M. Idle assertion I,,,, „'
statement of fad based upon in, as
sunince ^giye,, |,y tj,e 0i p, u  (,n|n
'  " " to the Midway (!„„).
The   only all-rail route, with
out change of cars, between
Spokane,   Rossland
and Nelson. . .
J^r
DAILY THA INS.
OWN!) NORTE,                   DOING BOOTH.
12141 a. in    M AIM IS Ill it I n. in.
Traiii leaving Marcus at \2:l\ a. in,
makes close connection! at Spokane
with trains fur all
Pacific Coast Points.
Close connect ions al Nelson witb
Steamboats for Kaslo and all Koiilenav
Lake points.
Passengers   for   Kettle   Hiver   and
B idary Greek   Conned   at   Marcus
with singe daily.
JAOl
MOW.
O. P.SiT.
A.
Administrator's Notice.
THOMAS Vf
I'ATKItsoN,
hereby riven
unity (nun
Doooosod,
PAID-UP CAPITAL,
[six MILLION l
REST,  -   -   -   -
$6.C
ou
$
Af-
m
President  Hoi», ('HiA"!
General Manager li R N"
Ass'i. (len'l, Manager,..J.H.PU"1
This Hank ba« the bug**** M,IJ
Branches of any bank In i'^iuM
agencies at New York, Ciktm
Orleans, Skagway snd D.iws-mtVt|
AocounU of Corporation!, Mi
and Individuals received n
terms.
Drafts, Commercial Cr-sdit* m
lers' Credits and Circular N**i»B
available in any purl of the rltm
Approved Notes niscountrd i 01
tions made.
A general Banking hualn**
sacted.
GREENWOOD BRANCH. |
l). A. CAMBR0|
NM ii R In hereby riven il.nl bj an ont
lljllilr ill Ihe Count.)'  ('„,„ I  „f    Villi), dated   Ilie
17th day of Adjust, 1KB, tho undoralgnod tnu
iippninlcil Administrator iif Ilie gooSt. fliull.*!**
nml credits of tho abovo im I Thomas VV
I atcrson. deceased,   AM persons having j'lnlins
again**, n„. muxu> nt said doooaspd aro ro-
quMtedlosolid In same, duly vortfled, in the
undonienod on or boforo tho Wnd day nf Bop.
-enjoof, 890 innd nil pomoni Indebted m ibn
swdoatalonrorpquo-dodto romll tho amount
"i --■•<*•> iiidobtodnoM te the uiidondgnod forth
with.
Ilnled
Ullt 82nd ilavnf August
KKKHJCIiroK .1. PULTON.
. mn.
ie n iiiiui ,|,
Official Administrator for tbo County
U-iiirl District, of Vnlo.'
i, H. (.'.
NOTICE  TO TRESPASSERS.
M"'l K'K Is hereby (f|von Ibat nil persons Ires-
ii-i.i..!""". !* ".'! '".v j>i>V'""t Trout Orook.for
fishing or thooting win be prowomod,
September 1st 1800,
DUNCAN WOODS,
H. KEYES, Prop.
Qood Accommodation,
Bust, Liquors and Cigars.
First-Clans NtahHng.
ARMSTRnwrs   o «
The Cellar
********
Sinks, Garbage Uoioa ami Qffl
need attention now. s""irll""|||)( -
nossln Uw Jummorjmotitlwtt^Jij
ItOk of disinfectants.   Bl
•ddt-uso OBKOUN novr.
llti>
■»■>»»*««
ORKOUNIi a proi
wife disinfectant.   [l
and that Is one of 11"'""""^ i.t |
»m\
OM
ivll' «'
rolw
lOl I""""*
In such deliiiind.   I"'"1'1 '
hollo acid Is frequent,
M*W«*««
JUT"' ■"* I
lnaddlUontoll*niMas»ii«T^||
Infoolant. OBBOLIN Ih »' <* A
deodorliier for the »lek reel'•» "J
homo wmirfy for bnrnM11  ""
hurts i and a.iiof ulap »g
IngsklnblomlBhoBaiidpfiw"
of animals,
9»j»»<*««C
Throe tabic ipoonfolh of   "
mixed withagallon of »»
good disinfectant.
MILLERBROs
DRUGGISTS and JEwtL
GREENWOOD. A'0, Week     Ending
tor   the
Lmbera*>n««.»»W
SKlTBMnBB 15.
luff, Kock creek
Thomas
BEITBMBBIl 18.
_   „ rat.k. Louis Pelkey.
KlUlemk, Dick Linn.
SBRPTBMPEB ID.
Wde, Second creek, Cluude
lliff, Kimberly camp, D. B.
Id Hitch, Kimberly camp, D.
.Xtction, Summit camp, D.
in.
(•KITKMHBB21.
ow, Rixtk creek,   Robert A.
Vent, Rock creek, John Mc*
ijBRTIKICATWi op WORK.
,       8KPTBMBBB 10.
L| Sellers, W. L. 0. Gordon.
Eo, W. L. 0. Gordon.
lin T. Bell et al.
.Dion, Jewel Gold Mines. Ltd.
Kce.T.E. O'Brien.
BtJFTKMBER 20.
Pointer. Albany and Columbia,
ler.
TBAN8IT8B8.
8BPTEMBKB 18.
Ln Point, No. 2 and No. 3  all
Leslie Hill  et al  to John
„etnl.
(quit claim), Ida G. Thompson
, Randolph Stuart and Hugh R.
(.' (quit claim). Leslie Hill and
r N Pellv to Randolph Stuart
uKl'i R. Elliott.
• M., I interest, J. B. Moodv lo
, Holmes.
ABANDONMENT.
HKPTEMIIHB 10.
Lim, Edgar Dufour.
j nn crowing nine,
And the blowing time,
But, Canada cun never forgot
the grandest lime of all;
'Twiih the sowing time,
In the Old Chieftain's time.
Ah! That wns seed time,
We now reap the fruit uf hie
labors,
The grand old polloy bearsfrtnt.
To-day is harvest time,
—Tom Swai.vvkix,
in Toronto World.
The Oold Drop.
Speaking aliout the Gold Drop a
Oreenwood camp property in which he
is interested, Mr- George A.8onneman,
a Spokane mining engineer is reported
to have said: "We have on that property a peculiar situation. There is a
ravine or gulch running through the
cluims and tlm appears to have mused
more or lesn disturbance. On one end
of the claim Ihe vein stands up quite
erect and in aliout 7o feet wide; ou the
ot hei end il is IIjiI and goes into the
hill horizontally. We are now run*
ninga funnel In on the Hat vein and
tlu* foot wall makes the Hour of I he tunnel. Wc are running along under the
ore hody. I hope the vein will Dually
right. iUt'lf. In any case, ho we vet, we
have a large hody of flne ore,"
The open seasons for game are, re
spectively, as follows, hotli dati
inclusive !—
jt.es lieing
September 1st to
Bittern, ducks of
February
all  kinds.
28th-
heron,
meadow lark, plover.
September 1st to December 31st—
Caribou, elk, wapiti (hull), grouse of
all kinds, including prairie chickens,
hare, mouse (hull).
September 1st to December llth—
Deer (buck), deer (doe), inountain goaf,
mount tin slii'i'pd'iun.)
November 2nd to March 81st-Beaver,
land otter, marten.
Unless specially provided, it is unlawful to shoot or destroy tbe following: Insectivorous hirils.Knglisli black*
bird, caribou (cow or calf,) chaffinch,
HOST 0FFI0E-
Mails going west, close aliout 2:110 p.
in,on Tuestlays/rimrsdaysaiid Saturdays j going east   on   Sundays,
Wednesdays and Fridays at about
11:30 a, in.
P.O. Money Order Office,
Edward A Main, Pos!master,
CUSTOMS OFFICE-
Olllce  hours I) a m  to 4 p in ;
Salnrdays 0 a m to 1 p in.
II. (iardoni, Acting Sub-Collector,
MINING RECORDER'S OFFICE-
Offiee hours I) a in to 12:30 noon,
and 1:30 p in to 4 p in ; Saturdays
On m to 1 p in. | _ -
Win (i McMynn, Recorder for Ihe gftjS
Kettle River Mining Division. w'-v-'
COUNTY COURT OF YALE-
Win Ward Spinks (Vernon) Judge.
Win 0 McMynn (Midway) Registrar mid Clerk of the Peace.
A (I Pentheittnn (Ducks) Sheriff,
O B Taylor (Greenwood) Deputy
Sheriff
utiu, cannon i cow or can,, cnamncn, *      -j*»g T   (x)MMISSi0N.
deer (fawn under 12 months), elk, wa*     ki?s_
pit! (cow), elk, wapiti (calf under twi
Hications  for  Certificates  of
Improvements.
hti""'«  advertned   in    this week's
tuscv. nre those of :—
an iie and Banner, Camp McKin*
f luidor, Camp McKinney.
Fino and Independence, Fair-
Free Miners' Certificate Pees.
The following scale will show the
fees to be charged for free miners' certificates covering only a portion of the
year : Certificates issued lietween June
1st and lKth, $5 : lietween June lllth
and July Oth, $1.75 : between July 7th
We
Print
On good paper,
and in the most
approved style
years), gull, linnet, moose (cow or calf
under 12 months), mountain sheep(ewe
or lamh), English partridge, cock
pheasant, quail of all kinds, skylark,
thrush, uud eggs of protected birds.
Fanners only may shoot robins in
gardens, lietween June 1st and Sep*
teniher 1st.
It is unlawful to buy, sell, or expose
"j~P McLeod and Win O McMynn
Commissioners   for   taking affidavits within Briiish Columbia.
PROVINCIAL POLIOE-
Wm G McMynn (Midway) Chief
Constable for Southeast Yale with
constables stationed as under :
Cascade City, D J Darraugh,
Grand Forks, I A Dinsmore,
Midway, Geo Cunningbnui,
Camp McKinney, Chas Winter,
Fairview, J R Brown,
for sale, show, or advertisement:  In* i DI8XRl°?„9PP°^??r« „, „ I
-    -• ■ !       Dr R W Jakes, M D, C M, Coroner
for Kettle River and Grand Forks
sectivorous    birds,   bittern,  English i
blackbird, caribou (cow or calf), chaffinch, deer (fawn under 12 months) or
doc, elk or wapiti of any sex or age,
grouse of all kinds, except hlue grouse,
which may he sold during the open
season;  gull,  linnet,   meadow  lark,
I moose (cow or calf),   mountain sheep
,ui  (ewe or lainh). English partridge, cock
aud 21th, $1.50 ; between July 25th pbeasant, hen pheasant, quail, robin,
and August llth, $1.25 ; between Au* skylark, thrush, at any time. |
gust 12th and Ulth, $1; lietween Au-' It is unlawful to buy, sell, or expose'
gust Hist and September 18th, $3.76; for sale, show, or .advertisement: Carl:
between September 19th and October; on, hare, hull moose, mountain goat,
7 th, $8.60; lietween October Sth and ' mountain  ram,  before October 1st;
26th, $*! 25 ; betw i October 27th and ] buck deer, blue grouse, plover, during
November  14th, IftUlO ; between  No-: the close season.
vember 15th anil December 2nd, $2.75 ;     [t js unlawful to kill and take in one
between December 3rd and 20th, $260; j 8eftgon, „„,..,, than five caribou, ten
Mining Divisions,
REGISTRY OF MARRIAGES--
Wm G McMynn, Registrar.
PUBLIC SCHOOL-
A A McPhail, Teacher.
BOUNDARY CREEK LICENCE
OISTRICT-
E Jacobs (Midway) and T W Coleman (Trail), Licence Commissioners.
D J Darraugh, Chief Licence Inspector. All Provincial Constables
are Licence  Inspectors.    Regular
1 meetings of Board on June 15 and
Dec.15; special meetings when ever
called by Chief Inspector.
NOTARIES PUBLIC-
Forbes M Kerby, .1 P McLeod,Win
G McMynn, W H Norris, Jas.
Sutherland, R H Bergman, .1 S
Harrison (West Bridge).
LETTER HEADS
BILL HEADS
NOTE HEADS
ENVELOPES
STATEMENTS
POSTERS
HUSINESS CARDS
CALLING CARDS
BLANK FORMS
of any kind.
</\/n/\
BILL OF SALE
$/$! forms for Mineral Claims
SURVEYORS'
affidavit forms fcr field
notes, etc., etc.
between Decetnher 21st and January
7th, $2.25 : between January 8th and
25th, $2 ; between January 'i'liil and
February 12th, $1.75 ; between February lllth and March 2nd, $1.60; between March 3rd and 20th, $1.25; between March 21st and April 7th, Hii ;
between April 8th and 26th, 75 cents;
between April 28th and May 18th, 60
cents ; between May llth and Hist,
cents,
deer, two elk, 250 duck, two moose,
five mounlain goats, three mountain
rams, and to hunt deer with dogs, or
kill deer for hides alone.
NOTICE.
THK. attention of all persons picketing horses
on or driving across Mils Company's lands,
 , „ ,i„„„,„i„„ ||,,,
I    on or arivinuuuura. uiuovu...,....,,
thereby sometimes removing or damiiKiiiK the
!,ot stakes, is hereby willed to the followini* excerpt  from thc   Act  respecting   Survey of
am: ;—
Any person defacing altering or removing a
landmark placed by an aulhori/.ed surveyor to
mark any lot or parcel of land shall upon conviction be punislied by imprisonment, or flue,
or both, such line not to exceed JUKI.
Kor THK Mil IWAY CO.d.TD.
K. Jacobs. Agent.
Midway.B.C July 5, 1899.
A Trial Order Solicited.
AnmtESs :—
TKe j\d\)dxx\czt
MIDWAY, B. G
me?
n I DWAY
MM, M t IK ahm (J B-diU W _ Kellli tm.
-    a. k'pttV River Mining Division.
II I   RF The most important railway town in the Kettle Kiver s
ILL DL   ■ ■"■ """•' .     of „,e Columbia & Western Radway.
The Western Terminal and DiviaonrJ po.nt
The Wholesale Supply and Manufacturing eentre of .he Kettle
The srt -»- *- -west M-o- McKm,,ey
m I^X town 0, Re,*.   Meyers   Creeh,   Pa.mer Mountain and   Olhor
Tk rr^Ctrl., with an -_  -, - wa,
^^1 supply  and favorable sanitary conditions.
i   _,!.« Ints at low prices and on easxterms...
Business, residence a^^de£lots^_^_P___        —
_   BKKI, KOIt MAPS, mm AVO Ml. PAUTICUbMtS TO   .— ^ ^
TIIV MTDWAY CO., LtCl.     Agent for British Columbia,     O^
I p PIOGOTT, MANAGER, THE. 1V11 U VV XX *   V/w , Midway, B.C^.^,
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the Blockade seems U broken .iml freight is wiling '"•
nut an fast as we would like, but something is better than nothing,
wid we are prepared to show our friends some si
for LADIES, CHILDREN ami GBjNTLEJUBR
•asoiialile goods,
Records for  the Week Ending
September 16th, i«*W*
.MINKIIAI. LOCATHHW.
SKITI.MMKit U.
Commercial and Mining men should
at the fairview Hotel when in
Put I
came
Have you
nr.r i i -*■■"*  ^uin
»!S;i!S;'-U "T'ilOTD ACCOMODATION. EVERYTHiNG Eft,
■    ,   ,■     ir     , rtJ Ventii-randH.'li. Kenilit-d. !
)U seen the beautiful dinner seta we received direct from tne     .;,,,,„,•,.„„,, McKinney, W. 8. Wrt  ~ .   CL __L
importer? if not, don't fail tn look iit them sunn, i..-wedo not i .lll(| ■•. FI.k li.i.                                     qCO 0.  Dr\Z<C\\&lt            - - .        p
know ho* long they will bein stock.   Chambeiisets of 12 pieoes,also    (Mfornia,   Beaver cm*,  un   . j  wp
cheaper lines of 6 pieces.   Anything in the Crockery line froni plain I BKKjt|, ,_.,._,, yiHii^ mountain, W. : :	
while stoneware to the costliest chinawaro.
Dalrymple. .,   ,,
No'.   BO, McCaig mount**n,  B.  i •
Our Dress Goods Department isnof'quitecomplete.a* most of G^j^w (li.k,.t ,-,,,,,,,.Itll„„,t.*iiii. B.
the seasonable goods have been sold, but we still think that we are j u- , ■,„,■,]',,',,, ■
able to satisfy almost any taste.  Silks, satins and velvets in all j   North sur. Krugei' mountain, Al-
colors for trimmmgs, and shirt waists.. A new consignment of bert Dalrymple.
AiT.'.-ii'-, Siiiiiiuii  camp, U c,
(liven.-nnl K. Bullock-Wehstai
shirt waists has just arrived.
Our fine lot Of Groceries are coming in daily, including fine Gov-
enniient.CreaineiT butter, alao fresh mule ranch butter.
Shamrock,  Summit   cwnp,  It-  0.
Hawtrey.
Builion, Summit  camp, 0.   A. ( •
Miners'   Supplies  it most reasonable prices.   A new consign! t of >
the celebrated Armstrong XX.VX Flour just received,
FALLS HOTEL...
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Caleite. Siiiiiiiiitc.uiip. f. deH.dreen  T1)ti   ^   jf|   w_(rn||-  |ot*ii,«*d and is  a  stopping
'""' B  Bullock-Webs   : 0((od fi!)hjn(? ,_ |(ie vj(.im(j,_   (. (
A variety of the choicest brands of liquoi
■s and
HAIN & CO.,
AT THE OLD STAND : :   POST OFFICE STORE
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BSFTEKBKH 13,
Lion's Paw. Wi -1 Pbrit Kettle river, |
M. .1. Uannon.
Alice. Wesl Fork Kettle river. M. .I.i
Gannon. |
Gold Hug, SiniilkJiineeli valley. H. j
Twaddle.
SEPTEMBER I'l.
Sunrise. Olallie creek, J. M Und,
Dominion, Sammil camp, .I.M.I.iml. i ~, .
Jim FSsh, Saw creek, M. Klrny, J, T.   I  ^cr ZTflfk
Murphy and J. A. Cameron. v/tl _*V UUt
Red Peak, Cranberry mountain, \V.
II, I'onkie.
J. B., West Fork Kettle river. J. B.
Ita-icil
SITIATKDAT BOUNDARY Fi^Tf
R
CASCADE CITY, B. C.
Chartered 1883.
Stock Lire and
Accident Insurance.
*
*   ISSUES the liest lire Insuratfce    '< ASSETS.
«  I.   contracts in the w irid.  No
Windsor,   ('.   0. I'.. OM Smokey,
West Fork Kettle river, ELScl ley
and K. Malcolm.
Olalla, Oman McKinney, Geo.Steel If   \4   T„nM,c    Pnnn
and Jas. Kennedy. V* FI.  I HOMAS,   rROP
Juno,   Dividend   mountain, ('. S. [
Morris. ■
Diana,  Dividend mountain,   C. S
Headquarters for mining *m-
visltlng  the  Christina bu
district.  Slopping plan- J
stages  on route J
Marcus to Bos
Creek
Morris.
ESTABLISHKD   l-*-.i.
$  I A. Irwin.
9      Mountain Rose. Canyon i reek, ii. (j. !
$ disappointment as to dividends.             January ist, 1897.      fifi         J «««■ ...     - '
I Eve^hjng  guaranteed in ad-                                    $-,884.53 g ■   fSS^^SSllmm Um]
I ^Jr:.^.n^,,i\tl ABILITIES, .. .,,,,,*, I Lennai
9 line Mutual companies. SURPLUS   . .. .2,976,424.36 |
Hiiiside, (Z f ?_£* rive, w. MA INLAND  NURSERY COMPAQ
1........
COLV Bfl
*
*
9 Tbe Travellers Conil'inaiinn Accidenl Policy guarantees foraccidental *
* under ordinary conditions. i
m _
$ Death Benefit      ....     {.;,.»i       Loss of Right Hand     .     . tfjHD X   I
» Uss uf sight of Both Kye-J    .     5.,..,      Ims of Legator abate Ktm . 2>   I
_ Uwot Both I_ft or Both Icm-i.-   ion      Um of Lett Hand     .   . 1..., *
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SHPTKMnKH 111.
Intoniiitional Extension, Kruger
mountain, G*o. !': derick, W. IL Mor
ton and Geo. Baili...
CKHTIUli.'J S OF WiillK.
3KPTKMBBH 11.
Sivt—u to One, A. Hill.
LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH
Our  Sm'iu.TiK**--V;;r:» tics Profitable ir
Trees Free Irom Pesi
FRUIT   AND ORVAMKNTAL  TRKKS,   IMA*,-   IXD1 j
Send for Vrtif CAtalojJW.        E. Hl'TCH
L<i - of One Hiitei and One Kooi
A   Perm intiit Tual DiaWlj
of ather foot
in— of sight of One 1 ye .
*        Limits of   Weekly Ir)deninity S1.300.
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iron 1
*  AND. If such injuries are snstained while riding as a tMtwngcr in a
aay ^passenger conveyance using steam   cable,   or  elecfcricil^as a *
motive power the amount to i„. m-;,|   siia]] |H. DOUJULE  the sum *     ,,
specUied in ilie clause under which the claim is made.
■:- FURNITUxRE -:■
rrtrrrrK
Cost $52 A VEAR   TC
VfEI
IFESSIONAL   AMD    BOSINE
x.anii Commercial Travelers.
Other sums at proportionate rates
W. H. PJoa-3»is,
L-   AGENT FOR SOUTHERN BKITISH COLUMBIA, MIDWAV B.C. f  j
R. H. PARKINSON.
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J. Muipby.
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Shamrock, W. ('. Mi Dougaih
Snowflake, Joe. iii nl in.
Ilr.iilciul. Wm. Li.ivej.ml P. M.n-.il. ........
I ,::,,in,. t, A.  B.,n, and J.  A.   fl^  jg ^g    J'me  fo  f^x^^ \QU]
Receiving new Goods Daily,
^i^  Architect and
——  Civil Engineer,.,
Financial,
I-^e.-il Estate,
Insurance and
Mining- Agent
WyOTABT    prm.ir.f-*
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Jf aii v-iow Townsite Agent.
... iDDHsas...
K, ll. PARKINSON,
r.UHVlKW, B. c.
udenoe Solicited.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC RY.
BEPTRltBKB 13
Gold Dollar, Win McCormick,
Wellington, II. (Jrupley and   W, B.
'aton.
^&?^CSfXLgall LATEST CONSIGNMENTS CONTAIN!:
skitbmbkr u. i SCR HEN'S       MIRRORS   -   SHADI
Silver Dollar T. Elli t and L. W.
CURTAIN POLES AND FIXTURI
SBPnaCBKR I.*i.
North Star. Wm. EdwanU.
Tiger, \V. M. Law.
Whale,E.C. HilJim.
THASSFKIIS.
BRPTQiBKH 11.
Bell.) interest, Beaver, k Intenst,
anil Tynsides, * Interest.  _fe_,   W.,|.
lace 10 I. T. Hill.
MKPTKMBEB 11.
PICTl'RE AND WALL MOL'l DINGS
REERIGERATORS  et.      is* «■
Holme, fraction, J interest, H.Schro-
SOO PACIFIC LINEJl'1^'''''' f''"''"'"• Wfl ^tenat, E
Schroeder to Lotlig Emst
il/      U       il/r^nfcrk <-O.>.\h»*ri.\0 STEAMER \otoomw honrulur, wiecked  lasl fall,   gj ;;       ~-* ■ -■ .   ■ ■ -■ ■_—
VV.    fl.     WtOD,   I-vesIVn,ict,.nT,i,.lavsTI,,„-.l,v-.:in,,''y'^ Uf   '     Z        rT ,   ,.        «,
'    a,.satLiay. a, 71^^ ir^^^S^i!? H You Want the Best and the Cheape
■o_v Practical _^_.
MGON MD CARRIAGE
BUILDER.
Tlie "Imperial Limited"
the.'fa-test train between the
Rohue, fraction, lio interest,  IL
Schroeder to (;. W. Turner.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED fo
T. _ML GhUley & Co.
Furniture   :   Undertaking  and  Embalming
COPPER STREET, OREENWOOD. B. C
Hardy Apple Pips.
Thousands of little apple trees, snm,
ATLANTIC and PACIFIC. !alm")v six  inct,ys   h*»h. have l-een!
j found growing on the western   shores
PAvjTHnrv n "f "" isUn'i'i "f M"" and lom- "" ""'
"  ''""'■   '" Scolii*li  west coast, just hIkivP hi(fh
***iw*viMVMW»WIH)*i
THE
PIONEER - HOTEI
Greenwood Cm   Boukdak\
Lenves Sii'iiinoiis.... at... 2:.LV I mater mart, at■d'The'rn.'fiew »rV Jn" I,    !_! ""W J"S' "'"'""''to a,M'V(' h"">l *' Bnm*""'1' ''
WESTBOUND ! ^" ? " """r *"**»•  Tb" ^^ S       l""Vi"<> K,,0,, "" ,i""'  *
I „....„.  oi seedlings have i-ro«ii  from thi  annlps I <i
Lcues h,«™.M.....t...2i:,,_„. ,,M JJ^ ^ « D ^ij» NELSON    -     -    .      PROPRlEl^
CONNECTING 8TBAMBB i"'^1""1' '*""*'"' "*■ ""-cketl |Mt fal- 'U   VVl  l>lt:LO^IN KKUrniu^
5t
Arrives at Penticton Mondays,  W,.,l.
nesdaya ami Kridaya at 1730,
ind
Follow the Ore Body THE 0XLT ^"ECT FEXCE. McHollW-   Ft '-
More mining failures have 'restlIlwi JW   «L   WOVEH WIBE FENCING         9 "S^t!"
Accelerated service into the ^ TT°M?nB!?*intendad ,0 up «w __L.wir_ rops selvaoe.
;"•" vein than  hy all olher plans com- ^                    "
Hoctenay Mining District.   il,j'""i  D"ula^P**--pyeiopnient l w
                    sufBclenttoshow to a certainty Ihal S
M.j                    __       _     !-..         .    .,                                asiilntanlWlore Hody is io sJaht to S
idWay,   B.   C.       "rough tickets to all Eastern J'Mifv """^< "f drivi,,--» lllnnH, if -
™.:-...   .1                              isamosl unsafenroposiilon.   The l,e«, iJLfc<-,^ft«\_*^->*aw_><L><L>rj
points at lowest rates.       Ulefor hegi,,,,,,, i'  ,1,,. ,,ft, ^ ^^«^§^«__^2 McMuIlen's are tb, U
—  j one. "I-illoiv the Ore."    _ prospecliilg
-w» „ . ' lll"n<,|l*)'i delusion and a snare -Kx.
JB«- epairiUg     ?<>»■ fall information as to time, rates  cl,"nl"*'
etc., also for copies of Canadian
<MH
HOG FENCINGS  AT
LOW PRICES.
(AM, llTIIKIl VAHII
OF ALL KINDS
Promptly  and   Neatly
Executed.
pf- CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
Traveller--"!''this •*■ healthful local*
Ity?"
Pacific By., publications apply to
S. L. SMITH.
AKent. Penticton.      ' Xa.ive_"Well.   rather.   We   h„ve
-u, B.J.OOYL*      ^iir^riir^r1"6^ -
A, 0. P. Agent, Tr.*.veller-"Ind*i*dl And what ,M
V ancouver,   j be die of}*
Native—"Starvation."
MiasItKjtGart ud Su,l by
TMS ONTARIO WIRE FSMCINO CO., LTft
**cen,n__Mk
sold in Cm "I J-
led for | nm I iy
lawn fence-.
SPECHI
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Where was it? Midway?       jAsk your hardware merchant for McMuIlen's goods.   If)
him write lo
The Manufacturers at Picton, Ont.. or!0      ,
The B. Greening Wire Co. Ltd. Hamilton
I      Montreal General Agents.
JAMES COOPER, Hontreal, General Agent for R»H«<0 "'"'"
——MWWlf
mwmm I Court of Hevision will
oluiubia on Oct. 17, prox.
brand her brother Ur. J.
, ^turned from a trip to
ft Martin, M. P. P., spent
of last week among his
I |n this district.
jjbia Telephone and T.le-
any ha-s put in a local tele-
gngeat Columbia.
Robinson,Provincial Super-
II Education, was here on
ness last Thursday.
jter C, Adams, ininini? cn(»i-
, Adams British Columbia
Iis in Midway once again,
r is given that a uieeting of
I.M'ivatives will l»* held at
1 next Wi-dnesday evening.
Urs. Gilbert Mthoii left for
nine last Wednesday after a
I very pleasant stay at Mid-
(Mrs. F. M. Kerby reached
st week, having come in
on via Rossland and Grand
Matbeson, a much-travelled
|au, whose home is in  Portion, was a visitor to Midway-
Mrs. F B. Harper.of Nelson,
Iklway last week and whilst
rhnsed three lots from   the
1'oiiip.iiiy.
Mia. Bernard lequime and
to elect last Wednesday to take S» I*
THal, bal as Mr. Sutton refused to xi,,
so, His Honor Judge Hpinfci declined
to receive lhe election of ilu,..,,,. Dj
four of ihe accused in the Hotel Columbia, unlawful entry care. Lum War*
moth, on  a charge of burs
A
'.-minion.
Waslij,
ilOKtiiii u'luup i,f
-wins, the propertyof the Reservation
Mining Company,  i> ,., be equipped
the neeeiBBn-v ■"■hioery for
yhe Miners Home,
with j
|iany,   is t
necessary     „
waking it a profitable pi ipertyand for
,      a _   . w-slealing,! mining to  deeper   levels' than  have
elected to take Speedy Trial, which yet been opened   The .la,
was se, for No, 22 a, Midway. decided toZioe Zut^l ^
Wau*r-Cominis»ion,.r Umhly bul ,l"''' 110.000. This wil comprise al
Monday heard at Greenwood several *ven drill compressor, s 60-horse
opposed applications for water records.' P°w« hoist;!;,- plant. sinking pumps
The most important was that of the """-a full equipment. The details of
British Columbia Copper Company, **« order are not yet madeup.
Ltd.. for 1200 inches from Boundary ! M theofBce ,.f the company it wius
Ci-eek. This was opposed by ibe Mid* -earned that drifting is in progress or.
way Conipany, Ltd., which holds prior jllH' 100-fool I
rights of many years' standing aud hai
s)>ent nearly 110,000 on it* Irrigatioi
system.
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
THIS HOTEL offers the best of accommodation
at moderate charges. Only the best brands c i
liquors and cigars kept on hand. A good table
and good beds add much to the comfort of i~.s
patrons.
E. MORRIS, PROP.
<! Grand F
tween$4,Q
ind eipe •
■ ock mffii
try so thai
Mr. J.W. BTavdle,-of Toronto, who
last week paid a visit to tin- Boundary
Creek district, was driven ilown to
Midway by Mr. D. A. Cameron, manager of the Greenwood branch <>f theImentlevic
Canadian Bank of Commerce, He
was delighted with Midway and ex-
pressed himself as having experiei • I
a very pleasant sense of relief at getting out of the mountains to spend a
short time in this beautiful valley,
Mr. Fl.ivelle Lsa director of lie- Bank
f Ci mmerce and of the Dominion
with favorable re*
i wagon road is to be built to
" proporty with the railroad
■ 1.-, Th'-1 otnpany has beat i -■",.'''> -., tbe treasury
to sell a I n of treasury
: ■ • pay foi Ilie uiachin-
lere will be no extra assess-
to provide th,- plant.
 rm-. .
i as
!j.iv
To Take Their Trial.
-: tollable that the country
ween Camp McKinney and
. ..j   ontritmte an unusually
portion of the cases to be
lealt witb at the Fall Court of Assize
Copper Companv owning tbe StMn; I to be held at Vernon on Oct. 24. prox.
winder, Brooklyn and other valuable:Th" foIlowin*- h ,h" li" u( ««« il niH
Claims situate near I'hoenix. He is «nd : A man named Everett, charged
also Vice-President of the Imperial! *,th ")"'*r>" M N tp™and also with
Life Assurance Companv of Canada.     shoot'n8 "?* »""««' <" «* M"\
,   ..     apptvheii-ion ; two Indiins, Piero and
Mi. It. R. Uwe. formerly of   he■ljfjiri.*we chargrti with highw(lJ: rol>
, ...... in K»n   Pr»n,i^,i I hi« na, ha-s rented from Mr. R. Tylstoni. . T ,   _i_1~      " -    l
»ve gone to san   rranciscoi • > herv at Johnson creek, between Rock
», Ixi-uime and children will j H<*di:son his new house st the corr**-1
•pend the winter with family [ "f Palmetston and Chamhlet Aven
Mr. Lowe whs foi some time travelling
talesman for the Kelowna Shippers
L'nion wilh which he iairly severed his
connection to become the representative in the Boundary country of Mi.
F, IL 8tuart, grocery and produce uier-
i-baiit, of Vancouver. It was reported
that   Mr.   Lowe   intended   to    n*ke
j (irjinii Porks his head quarters, but he
appears to have decided that Midway
11* more central for his business than
my other town in the di«tiict, besides
offering   superior   advantages    as   a
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^J pUce of residence for his family.
strict will probably In- hi-hl j t
lit on  Saturday, Oct. ll. hut
as not yet been definite!)
1 that Mr. A. L Clements
(formerly in lbe employ of the
I'.iciftc railway at  Ashcroft,
appointed agent for the coin-
Iflrand Porks.
A U. Lambly. assessor and
•for Ihis district, will lie in
f.i's'ut the middle of October
list ion with the provincial
ent for the year lfltfl.
meeting of the Board of
fc- tiers furthc Boundary Creek
upon.
faoo despatch tothe Vatu-oiiver
" dated   18'b   inst., staU-d
aisiul  four weeks  passengeis
carried in iiphnl»tt'red coaches
|nwnod over Ihe Colimibia and
n Railway.
custom iry  disregard   to the
Ill-tic.-of the public the time of
(and depasture of mails at and
[idway haa been changed  with-
tico.   The altered schedule lime
Ipahiisbed next wed_
prt.s   come to hiitul of typhoid
in    Nelson,    Rossland.    Urand
and  (ireenwood, but  there is
Pn  Midway.     Air.    water and
ry conditions are all  too good
or the disease to take hold.
niNINU NOTES.
It is stated that the Ath 1st,in c
ir, Wellington catnp has been sold
115,000 caah,
Creek and Camp McKinney ; J. P.
Kelly, charged with stealing from
premises st 1!^ ck Creek : A c. Sutton.
Hairy 1". Halt, D. Ci. Mills and J. E.
Kelly, charged with unlawful forcible
entty Into the Hotel Columbia, at
Columbia : R. Cameron and Chas.
viul en, ihaiged with arson at the
Hotel Coliiniliia, which was utterly
destroyed by tire on July 17 hist, and a
Hum named Quinlivan committed for
trial, at Grand Forks on a charge of
shooting with intent.
Telegraph and Telephone.
The telegraph   line from Spokane,
via Republic, which on 16 h inst.
*"•* Ireached Midway, was last week ex*
''""! tended to Greenwood, and now the
 I     construction   party is working back,
The London   correspondent   of l-lwISUinging a   second   wire to Curlew,
Vancouver   "News-Advertisei    says* j whence a singh wire will be run to
According to a "Daily Mail" despatch j (;r.lmi Forks.   The  part   of this  line
Mr. Marcus Daly is buying up ail avail-1 which is in   the adjoining State of
! able gold and coppeiclaims at Fairview j Washington |s owned by the Spokane
aod Similkameen, |„ Northern Telegraph Company, and
Notice is gatetted of Bolierl Clark's that in this district hy tiie Yale-Koot-
intenl ion toapply to tbe Assistant Cue* j el)av Telegraph I   mpany. Connection
missioner of   Lands and Works   for I ^y, points beyond those reache<l hy
permission io prospect for coal on land j ,[)e ]jtlt,s n- -j,^ ..Vl) companies is by
situate  on   Fisherman creek,   aboutl,^ \yggt-j,- Union lines.   There will
eight miles north of Grand Forks. | lie telegraph  offices  at   Midway and
The Boundary and Beaverton Min- Greenwood, and a little later at Grand
ing Company, L'd,. ha; been incorpor j Kurks.
at«i with a capital of $100,000 divided     The  Boundary    Creek    Telephone
into one million shares of ten cents Company's business will be worked in
each.   The bead office of the company I connection with the above mentioned
«'nv. 6 a Court of Revision will I wy| -^ sjtimt., in Victoria. j telegraph service.   This company has
at Vernon for the purpose of | jj. j,,s, Atwood returned yesterday buready openeti telephone exchanges
g and determining objection*to from **,e VVakeclaim in Summit camp!.,, Greenwood and Phoenix, and it
enlion of anv names on the|wnere he has Ik-cii supervising the purposes this week opening a
er iif Voters for the Bast Riding| opentog hv surface crosscuts of the big i,Hal exchange at Midway. A metal-
e KWtoral District. ir„„ ,.,Ppi'nB ,..-enrrintf on this claim.  |ic circuit is now b ing pin in lietween
D. A. Cameron, manager of the This capping is from 75 to 100 feet in Greenwood and Midway, the wires be-
of Commerce was down from width.   In several places some promts- |tag already strung the greater part of
Rossland.
Greenwood.
THE BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST CO.
LIMITED LIABILITY
Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
FINANCIAL AND 1NSURANGE AGENTS
fire Insurance a Specialty*.
QEO. R. SAllEN  .   MANAGER
lircrr.n i„,. City, B. C.
IN THE-
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ST. LOUIS HOTEL at
Camp McKinney, B. C.
Patrons will find a new house, neatly furnished,
and possessing all modern conveniences, tending
to the comfort of guests. Strict attention paid to
the wants and wishes of customers at all times
GOOD STABLING OX THE  PREMISES.
Lyneh & MeDuff
FropFletops.
Bob Hall's Stage Line
(Carrying Her Majesy's Mails)
Meets the steamer Aberdeen at Penticton on Mon
days, Wednesdays and  Saturdays.      Passengers lo
and from   Fairview, Osoyoos and Oroville,   Wash.,
delivered   in   quick   time,    and     hy   comfortable
convevance.
Livery, Feed and
Sale Stables.
Af Penticton, B. C.
nt R. S. HALL, Prop.
im* nre has li«*en niet with ami in one I the distance between the two towns.
■unmeet hoi" from two to three feet of; _ further extension, to Grand Forks,
.„„.»r ore b« been opened np. is contemplated.   With the Columbia
•■Don Bom superintendent of the' Company's system already in use. the
Sailor Bov in Tamp McKinney is here HoH„.|.-*ryi reekt'ompany's to he put in
onavWttohh father.  A. VV. Boss. | nest week and the Vernon k Nelson
■Wood     mini    yesterday.   This
he   wai   accompanied by Mrs.
^ron and Messrs. A.  H.  Ireland
. P. Bell, rf Toronto.   The Toron*
tntlemcnaie odiiials of the Bank
btmnerce, who were in on a visit "f 	
,..inn He  reporis   McKinney  lively beiug Company's to I
i Honor JndpoSpinks h-M O-nnty about  2M employed in   the   mines, will
i at Greenwood last Wednesday. I They are not doing n nch on the Sailor. ,vs.e„.< e. mpel
' were 18 cases on the li-t, hut   at present on acco'iut of the w iiit^ot, fBLU
> were of public Interest.   Bluings j machinery,   tt is expectei   to wrtve
it Ornnt wanftxed for Not, 21 atldaily, and trill consist of a steam arm,
nwood and Nov. £ at Mi.hvav.     I pump, ho'sl ami a saw mill plant.
.idem were invited last week for Columbia "Review/
erection on Fifth Street of n ball McKinney.
This week tandem are heing     The ***r«on* wun*'
for the erection of a two storey |    The Wiarton mine in ( smp •■' ^
'v shortly,   Midway
re three telephone
for its business.
An event
Boundary ■
residence on Hartland Avenue. | ney. B.C. has been under developnienl
An Important event.
,■ importance to the
v »as chronicled on
Sunday in one line. It told that Midway had telegraphic communication
with V mco ivi r. Probably ihe first
mpssage that can e over the line to
char-,
 __^__^__^___r • i ims city was the one addressed to tbis
other building improvement t_*t| for some timeio a search for the ^        r M foiiows:
' lie looked for shortly is that of a ! hon and Waterloo veins, wh.. li ate ^ ..Xr.w..A.li .-rtiser." Vancouver,
Mling house Mr.   (ieo   Smith is Keyed to run through tbe claim,   rm        g ^ _
lersUMd to intend em-ting shortly long search has at last been "'"',™™,   Ml.hvHV. B. ('..Sept. 16.-The Cor*
he corner of Fourth and B_ynes by Ihe discovery of two welt nennta , H|] ||,|i,cr;lllh Hne from Spokane, via
Republic, reached here  u-day.   Con*
gralula tions.
(Signed), R. Jacobs."
So after all Mr. D. C. Corbin has
beaten the C. P. R.. hut, of course, on-
|V i„ a small way. He has got his
wires to Midway before the 0. P. R.
«teel bas heen Isid to there. Mr. Cor*
hifl ieemed bound to enter into competition with tbe C. P. R. in some way
or other in the  Boundary country.—
Such i
he oflic
rets. [ veins of quart*, both of the i
ile.ssrs.Hain*  Co.  last  week  re-j acter a. that of the^;2IhenBcp
r«i their stock of drv goods Into the report which h«™** '0re „f
new store  adjoining   the  one i„   "f'be ro.nW '" ' ' ;     ^ „
eh thev have solonit done luisines*   the veins is !*»'<• «' •" .
i increasing connection throughout   h„|f f,.et of solid hlue quart?. »'"■ lrc"
I district hMnecejeitoteil their pro-;     ,    |(M1I1, typical oftheOaril oo vein.
Hngmore room for the display to *        u ,hl« Is l-elieved to l*e an ex*
V  advantage   of   Iheir   stock   0    of which this IfM ^  ^
|)"ry,ei«*.   Theold store will sUll|>ensloo.   Tb«ntner>        fth Walel^
nsed fnr grocery, hardware and lievt-d w be an eJ"et*»">"    . nil|lill .,
of the Waterloo line, m
C. F. COSTERTON
VMtNON, B. C
General Real Estate* FinaneiaiAgt.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Agent Poriw*
The Royal Insuranck Cot.
Tue London and Lancashire Fire
Insurance Coy.
The   Insurance Coy.  of  North
America.
The Losnoit and Canadian Fike
Insurance Coy.
The Sun Life Assurancf. Coy or
Canada.
The Dominion Building and Loan
Association.
Appraiser for the Canada Permanent Loan and Savings Coy
Pipes,
Cigars
AND
Cigarettes
NOVELS
J. J. UNSWORTH,
DRUGGIST
MIDWAY - B.C.
TENDERS
WILL W received at lhe office of the uorter-
signo-L where plan* ami spedfiofttiooa
may be seen, until Saturday, noor,. ot Sept.
30th. 1SS9. for the erection of'a I'otMga Residence on Hartland Avenue. Hiil»ay.
Neither the lowest nor any tender necessarily
accepted.
K. JACOBS.
Midway, B. C. Sept. 3rd. K**S.
he Waterlo
inMngthe Lamb ranoh  for tne   ""££',& Cariboo and tu«wa«rw   | c.iSep*.s
R." Nod.Mil.t it will mow-In "^"'camp ttcKtaney.-"S»*°*«*--. MMway.
latioii. when the lota shall have  >" '-'".' ••
moMandtHiiltupon. I ■»»»«« Hi
li. I_9.
M. MOHAN.
LIBEBAL-GOJJ SERVATIVE CONVENTION.
THK Annual Meeting nf the Liberal-Conservative l'nion of Hritish Columbia, will be
held at thc Assembly Hall, New Westminster,
on the 5th day of October, next, commencing at
10 a. m. All Liberal Consi natives will be welcome; the right to vote is confined to delegates
chosen by liberal Conservative Associations or
District Meetings regularly convened for this
purpose. One delegate for every twenty members of such Association or Dlstriet Meeting.
Proxies can only be used by members of the
Union. Advantage may be taken of thc rail-
vay rates to and from the Kxhibilion which Is
beiiin held at the some time.
1). H. WILSON. OKO. H. COWAN.
President. Secretary.
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! Practical Wateli Slater,
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a and .to years evpertence to do
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FRUIT-FRUIT
Apples,
Peaches and Prunes,
Now is the time for canning.
The Midway Trading Co.. Ltd.
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Consolidated Mining and Milling Company, Ltd.J
Is now offering 25,000 shares of its treasury stock at 5 cents per share.
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INCORPORATED !N SPOKANE, WASH.. U. S. .V. JAN', rath, 1897.
AND REGISTERED IX  BRITISH COLUMBIA, AS  A FOREIGN
COMPANY, MAV ist. ;■ -
OFFICERS.
DR. ERIC RICHTER   - Pres.   - Spokane. Wash.
SPEXCER BENERMAN Vice-Pres   Midway.B.C.
C. L. THO.MET   -   -    - Manager - Midway,B.C.
j. E. BREITFELDER   - Treas. - Spokane. Wash.
F. W. Mi LAIXE   -   -   - Secretary, Midway.B.C.
HEAD OFFICE OF THE COMPANY IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
IS AT MIDWAY.
CAPITALIZATION.
Capital Stock  -   $1,000,000,
Divided into 1,000.000 Shares of a par value of $i each.
FULLY PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE.
Of which 400.000 are set aside for development purp.*-*-*
BANK Kits.
THE   CANADIAN   BANK   OF   COMMERCE.
EEKWOOD CITY, 11. r
The properties of the company are all,—three in number—situated on Boundary Creek, and possess exceptional facilities for
the shipment of ore. Correspondence is solicited, and further information concerning the properties and st<>ck of the Compai
given by the  Manager or Secretary.       Address all communicat: -ns to C. L. THOMET, Midway. B. C.   er  P. W. McLaini
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THE I1IDWAY CO.. LTD.
MINERAL ACT 1896. (Certificate   of  Improvements
Certificate   of   Improvements. wotiob.
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Situate in the Osayoos Mining Iiivision or    situate   in the   Osovoos Mirin-r Division
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THE KDWATfll
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Addition.
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in Midway real etotl COntfemPlatin« *n investment
on the Riversid ll?6 mf°rmati°n is offered «-
choice residence sites "* be found  300  very
L0TS ^2LS REASONABLE
W*H. NORRIS,
Midway, a c. °r A- MEGRAW,
Camp McKinney, B. C>
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