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 THE ADVANCE.
/
Col. XVII, No. 8.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, MAY 19, 1902.
$2,00 pep Year.
JlEOD ft BROWN,
ijABiti8TBW*. Solicitors, Etc.
(Ihkknwiioii. H. C.
j NICHOLSON,
-i Notary Pimuo,
ih E8TATR,
FINANCIAL AGKNT
and MINING BROKER.
L MoKinniy, B.C.
Hallett & Shaw
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS
N.Url" P«MK.
-Address i"H»U.OTT."
00DM
Itodfurd McNolll';-,MoreingS
Neat's, Ulbor's.
IKNWOOD, II.C.
DR. SIMMONS,
DENTIST,
Indeia Block, Greenwood.
l-hom- 86. V. ft S.
M. KERBY,
A. I. Can. See. C. E.
lovmciAL Land   Surveyor
AND
CIVIL   ENGINEER.
Iwat and OanNWoun.
B. RICKARDS & CO.,
I^eal Estate
and
Insurance.
TH 8TKKRT. MIUWAY, DC
■RT SMITH,
TONfOMM.  ARTIST.
Jt (Icat^tftM gmte, Half Cnl, ««*• />•»««
lor rth.mo.Mr, ooll «t Uio nbovo parlor.
llUuM-hoMa and ground.
C.
TH 8TRKKT,
MIUWAY,  11.
W. UALUYMPLK
mwaeX     mtXaatotmmmxatOta
PAIRVIKW, B. 0,
Klnii af Hapalrlni.   Hor.eihoelng
A specialty.
Don't Forget!!!
Midway's Celebration on Victoria Day.
Doo't Forget ll,1;il!cu,1.?tf'ty?con!'
o    pletely with good goods
at reasonable prices.
Men's Fine Suits
have a very nice
assortment of
Men's Fine Suits, best quality of Tweeds,
at prices ranging from $6 to $13.50.
Rnv«' Snifq Dress y°ur b°ys i'or the
duj& ouiib 24th |n onc of McN.co],g
small profit priced Suits.
'o ]?jnn Unjn New line just arrived
bNUBIldlb-   s     ,       ,
also olher makes.
Stetson's goods
MIDWATSBIGDAY
Visitors Are Coming to the Town
From All Points.
VICTOBIA DAY CELEBRATION
There Will Be the Largest Crowd In
Midway on Saturday That Ever
Attended a  Celebration   In
the  Boundary  Country,
SHOES
Shi>es.
Headquarters for
J. McNICOL.
Y-***/v\-/V-
AN IDEAL T
What the B. C. Mining Record
Says About Midway,
IS THE BAILWAY CEKTBE
Of Ihe Boundary Creek District   Surrounded by Excellent Farming Lands and Eaten*
slve Coal Areas
Hotel Spokane,
££CC Seventh St. - Hidway. £CC£(
L. E. SALTER, PROPRIETOR.
-********-
A new building, well furnished, "Everything new
and first-class. Only the choicest Wines, Liquors
and Cigars kept in stock. Headquarters for Mining
and Commercial Men.        [No Chinese Employed,]
lOGK GREEK HOTEL , . .
MOUTH Of ROCK CHKKK
laST-CLASS   ACCOMMODATION    KOH   GUKHTS.
GOOD STABLING
ltiMll-rtMshlngon KotUo Klvor.jff
JAS. H. BUSH,
1ENERAL BLACKSMITH
HORSE SHOEING
A SPECIALTY,
Ml kinds of work oxeouted to
>h» Mtltfaotlon of oiwtomert
®
THE
PIONEER HOTEL
B. C.
One of the Best Equipped Hotels in
the Boundary. Everything First Class.
J. W. NELSON, Proprietor.
ID, r. mom
GREAT BEDUCTION! LOWER STILL
In order to save labor we wish
to dispose of as much of our stock
as possible before stock-taking.
Although prices have been cut
before we are still coming down.
Providing the weather is line there
ivill lie one of the largest (Tnwds ih
Midway next .Saturday. May 21th,
lhat ever attended a celebration In the
Boundary countryv and people feel
lhat the day has been more of a success
if theie has been ti large crowd.
Everything is favorable for the holding of a successful celebration. Even
nature has assisted in making Midway
attractive (ol1 Victoria day. ltecent
rains have have clothed the surrounding hills in a beautiful green mantle,
decked with various kinds of Wild
(lowers. The picturesque Keitle river
is now at its height, and rolls majestically wii hin its mossy hanks, where
balm of Gilead groves otter inviting
nooks to those who come to picnic.
The whole town is one beautiful picture. No spot in the Interior of British
Columbia can surpass it for grandeur.
All these surroundings assist lu giving
the visitor the most possible enjoyment not of tho day's recreation,
Horsemen recognize the fact that
I here are hut two gnod race tracks in
the Boundary country,*, tracks upon
which it is safe to run horses without
taking uny chances of having them
injured and where the circle is large
enough lo prevent dizziness. These
are the tracks at Urand Fi rks and
Midway. Already a large number
of horses nre here Hlling for lhe races.
and many more are coming early thin
week, so that visitors to the town that
day will have the pleasure of witnessing some excellent races i rHCes in
which snine of the greatest "ftir split
ters" the country can produce will
compete. The track was never in
better condition than al present, and
it would not be surprising to leain that
some new records were established
that day.
Fortunately there isabsolutely nothing going on in the entire districl on
Victoria Day lhat will detract from
the success of Midway's celebration,
hut on the contrary lhe whole conn
try from Cascade to Penticton will
unite in mnklhg the celebration at
Midway the great success it is certain
to lie. The town of Cascade Is turning
out en masse ; Grand Forks Is coming
and with il is coming an attraction,the
Brass Band under the excellent leadership of Professor Kirchner. Phoenix
has not forgotten the last 21th at Midway, and to a man will he here on
Saturday ; Greenwood has nothing to
keep it at home that day and will in
all probability be as anxious to see a
gnod day's sport us Ihey were last
year when they' took the seats 'out of
the station ahd pill them in hex ears
and came in this primitive method
rather lhan be compelled to remain in
the 1 eiiiporaril}' deserted city i everybody from the west is coming, the
Chesaw baseliall team will that day
play Midway for tlie   championship,
MIDWAY
VICTORIA DAY
MAY 24
EtiOLT, B. C.
dond Tools, Plenty Matarlal.
•nd 30 yean ciperlonct   to ie  iki
work correctly.   ... f j
^****4***^^i^*****W
Sold by All Newsdealers
The May number of the B. 0. Mining
ttecord Contains the following iu reference to Midway :
It is difficult under present conditions, which later may prove to have
heen   hut   transient,   tn   determine
whether or not tlte belief of many that
Midway wiil be one of the more important towns of the Boundary district
is well grounded.   The assertion maybe made, however, without any qualification and in full confidence of its
truthfulness, that  Midway  possesses
one of the best natural sites in thc district for a town.   Beautifully situated
at the confluence of Boundary creek
and Kettle river It certainly Is a picturesque spot,   Occupying a broad,
level plain at the  meeting  place of
three valleys,  with  the  intervening
mountains rising around it, it. compels
general admiration.   But aside from
its s'eelilc advantages it would appear
that il was designed as well for utill
tarian purposes,   Lying as It does in
thc  only  natural  pass  through  the
mountains east and west fur a long
distance, it appears destined lo become
an Important point un thc chief high
way through the district.   Here meet
three main wagon roads which come
In, respectively, from Ihe Okanagan
Country, Camp McKinney, the upper
main Kettle river and ils West Fork,
and the Myers creek ahd American
Okanagan districts across the Interna
tional boundary line, all these places
lieing situate west of Midway ( from
Keptihlic and other mining camps on
Ihe Colville reservation,  also across
the line to the south ; and frnm the
extensive area of   mineral   bearing
country   comprising   the   Boundary,
creek district, lying immediately  to
ihe north.   Here, too, for sometime
has been, fthd probably will lie, the
western terminus of the C, P. It, Co.'s
Colunihia*. Western railway, which
provides rail   connection   with   the
Kootenay and thence northwards to
the C. P. tt. main line, eastwards via
the same company's Crow's Nest Pass
line, and southwards liy two or three
different routes to Ihe United States
centres of  population.    And  when
competing railways shall come in it
will lie here that a road from Spokane
aud another from the Columbia river
up the American Okanagan, via the
Palmer mountain  and  Myers creek
mining camps and   the  surrounding
wide extent of agricultural and pastor*
al country, will junction, whilst the
surveys of the V.  V. k li, and the
Vernun k Midway railways make this
their starting point west  and northwest.   Then, too, ll is well known that
smeller men fully lecognize that the
physical conformation of the benches
overlooking the town, lhe ample water
supply here obtainable, the abundant
room] for extensive   works, and  the
central location In regard to the mum
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GRAND
CELEBRATION
—INCLUDING-
Horse Daces
Athletie Sports
&^^^^u!^!>^!^!&
OVER
$500.00
IN PRIZES.
Wc give what we advertise.
attraction alone that Will amply erons mining tamps within a radius of
Everything cut m
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, NOTIONS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
SHELF   HARDWARE,
LAMPS, GLASSWARE
J*!".'.'"** Monthly lo all lovm ol Song
»Mi Minlo » van volume ol Haw, Cholca
wSV'H1" Composition* by tho moot P'P-
SS!™™ A* t.ftot Piano laualc,
l*a Vocal, hall Immunelital- ai ComplaW
ei *.** I?' flaiw-Onco a Month tor as
in?"' ."»'lr8»b»orlt*lon,»a.oo. Mjou
Sll lend ui tho name and acldMsi ol Kiv*
X0.or.0,3!»n W»yeri,wa*lll load jou »
"Prof tlio Mtgailnt Free.
"lath « kaeval Ila., Philadelphia, Pa
m
m
Quick Sales and
Small Profits.
mmm HAIN & CO. HM
repay the trio here.
An attraction that has been secured
at a great expense and one that
cannot fail tfi please is Major Morion
Mill, the celebrated Drum Major, Indian Club Manipulator and lightning
Zouave. DrMlJist. Major Hill is a leader
In bis line of work and visitors will
marvel at the wonderful feats executed
with such lightning rapidity as marks
his performance. No one should fail
to see this norldwonder and notice
lhc agility with which It Is possible for
a human being lo move.
The sports will nUbe held close to
a lown. Tliere will he no tiresome
journey to the grounds ( no hold up-s
for buss fnle, The grand stand Will
afford seating capacity for all present.
Last year there were a sufficient number of seals but in order to provide for
the extra crowd thai is expected this
year an addition has been made to the
iaige grand stand In front of the rare
course and llll additional stand built to
accommodate those who wish to see
the base halt,
Special trains will run from Cascade
and Phoenix to Midway at the usual
reduced rates. Last year the service
was very inefficient that day, as the
0. P. K. lmd nn idea that such exten-
Kive acei nndatioti would have to be
provided, but this year we have that
company's assurance that there will be
no shortage of roaches to provide for
the comfort of Ihe large number of
passengers coming here on Saturday
30 to 80 miles, combine lo make this a
superior site for reduction works on
Ihu large grille that sooner or later
must he adopted to admit of the best
resulls being obtained frmn the mines
of the district. Il is by no means im
probable that Iwo or three paying
mines will eventually be opened up on
Uie hills immediately west of thetown,
for here are some very promising sur
face showings of copper gold ore, upon
which, though, very litlle money lias
as yet been spent In development.
There aie, as well, indications of the
occurrence of coal measures, regarding
which Mr. S. Fowler, M. E, wrote
several years ago, "Kor some distance
along K'ltllc rivcr, from four miles
west of Midway, the.-creticeous rocks
show occasional croppings of coal. Up
tn the present time the best of these is
near the mouth of Hoik creek, 12 miles
from Midway, where the seam is about
four feet thick. Although prospected
loa very limited extent, this coal appears to be i|iiite up to the average
cretaceous coal in quality, and It has
undoubtedly been brought to its pres-
eut stage ns a coal by the heating and
distilling iiilluence of the abundant
trachyte (I'l flow of this vicinity." In
this connection It may he remarked
ihat no systematic or sufficient wnrk
has yet been done to prove whether
these coal measures are extensive or
productive  enough for the require*
Come and enjoy a day's outing
in the most picturesque
spot in the interior.
The Midway Band
Will be in attendance.
meats of mining anil smelting on a
large scale,
The experience at Grand Forks has
shown lhat it is qliile practicable to
grow farm and garden product] within
a short distance of a smelter, so that
there does not appear lo he any good
eiison tn fear that the establishment
of the smelting Industry will, to any
appreciable extent, injure the steadily
expanding farinlne and gardening in'
terests around Midway, The farm,
orchard and garden of Mr, J. li. Jack*
son, west of the town ; tlie young but
thriving orchard planted in 181)8 by
Mr. \V, II, Norris, and now coming
Into prolific bearing, and the productive vegetable garden and berry patch
on the same ranch i the huge market
gardens of Messrs. Dai'is Brothers and
others, also in the vicinity of the tour
(there Is a score of olhers iu the neigh
borhood that might be named, too),
aud the five acre lots subdivided h>
the Midway Company and watered li;
ils irrigation system, together denim,
titrate 'hat there ib room for a const
einhle  population  on small holdings
(Continued un page 1.) I lib  rwr nisxex.,
JOHN WITH KLI,     Proprietor
Kl. M. CltbusK Manager
1'iiIiIIhIiihI weekly at Midway, II. 0.
SiilwiTlpt ion prlco, i'l ml per niiinnn, payablo
: In advance, oltlior yo.irly or half yearly al the
option o( the sutmcrlbur.
Ad veri Islng rules sent on application.
MONDAY. MAY 10, 1IW2.
The man who makes a fortune on
the hoard of trade, or on the stock
exchange, or in building up a gigantic
husiness, adds not one cent lo Ihe
world's state of available wealth," said
Secretary Mahon of the miners' congress.
'The world, in olher words, is no
richer because he is richer, lie is richer, rather, because some one else is
poorer, On the other hand the miner,
whether he digs out .,$10 or $100,000,
adds that much Io the world's wealth,
and with this added wealth com rilmtes
jnsl tlmt much to the possible amount
of the world's comfort and happiness.
The miner is the king wealth producer
of the nation,
"Fiuv explorers have ever endowed a
Mil ion with a rii her dower than tlie
prospector ; he it was who ginu California- Colorado, Montana, Idaho and
lhe great Wesl. to olyllhsatlotl, But
for the prospector and lhe products of
• his discoveries there would lie no great
West today. Tlm frontier would be
resting onjjie Missouri river,
"It is claimed thnt the agricultural
products of the country exceed Ihal of
its mineral. The mining Industry can
well nlford to acquiesce in this claim,
since permanent and substantial gain
belongs to our mineral product.
''For example, at, lhe end of each
and every year the agricultural prod'
iivl iK consumed,even in its production,
purl, i(f the previous supply being destroyed as seed. This is not a feature
in mining; on Die contrary the mining
permanent stock of tbe wealth of the
world.
"Many Of our precious melals are hy
nature in fort-is that hear no resemblance to the brilliancy Of the molten
metal. Sometimes it is concealed in a
thousand times its volume of worthless
rock.; hut the ingenuity of man extracts It in perfect purity, ready for
the varied uses of human life, and
there is nothing relieves business depression, loosens the bonds of industry
and labor as quickly and as certainly
as increased supply of the coinage
metals of the world.
"From 1802 until 1808, gold, silver
and copper mining were about the
only industries thai paid dividends,
and iu fostering and advancing the
mining Industry, which is the aim and
purpose of the International Mining
Congress, holding its fifth annual session iu Unite, September 1,2, 8, 4 and
5, 1002. Wo give practical recognition
to i be gieal solid and lasting rock upon
which rests the success of all our other
Industries,"—Butte Inter Mountain.
New Veterinary Quarantine Officer
for Canada.
I>r. Arthur (I. Ilopulns has recently
been appointed to represent the Veter-
inaiy Branch of the Dominion Depart*
 ut of Agriculture, in deal Britain,
wbh headquarters at (llnsgow. His
official designation will be "Veterinary
Qjiariiniitie (Wire for Canada," und he
will assume the duties performed last
season by Dr. J. O. Kuiherford, now
Chief Veterinary Adviser to the Department of Agriculture. Dr. Hopkins,
while still a young man, has had a
wide experience, not only as a practical veterinarian, but also in the varied
lm ies of lecturer, author and editor.
lie was graduated from Toronto Veterinary College in 1801 wilh Ihe degree
of V. S. In 1807 he obtained his diploma in Agriculture at theOntario Ag-
also the degree of B. Agr., from Iowa
Agricultural College, of D. V. M. from
the Veterinary. Detriment of the
Iowa State College, and of M. D. V.
(post grad.) from McKillop College,
Chicago.
Kor several years Dr. Hopkins practiced his profession in Manitoba, and
was at a later dale appointed Instructor in Animal Husbandry at the Agricultural College. University of Wisconsin. This position he resigned lo
ncconie associate editor of the Farmers' Advocate. Winnipeg, Manitoba,
with which paper he remained until
called to his present duties. Dr. Hopkins Is also author of "Veterinary Elements," a. manual for farmers and
agricultural students, which hits la-en
accorded high praise hy leading
thorllics as a treatise of great value
every man wno has stock under I
care. Dr. Hopkins loaves immediately
fnr /Oreat Britain in order to lie prepared for the seasnn's importations of
livestock. His address until the close
of navigation on the St. hawrcpee will
he 62 St. Knoch Square. Glasgow,
Scotland. The certiHcalei issued by
him will lie accepted by the United
States authorities in the same way as
were those issued by Dr. Rutherford
last season.
A contract, la about to he cloied hy
the Pacific (-'old Storage Co., of Seattle, with P. Burns k Co., thereby the
former company will Iw supplied by
lhe latter with 1600 head of Calgary
range cattle, to lie laW down in Van-
cnuvr for t ransportation north to the
Yukon via Skagway.
au
to
his.
"Amber" Plug Smoking Tobacco is
winning on its merits.
"Have you tried il ?"
Save the tags, they are valuable.
VICTORIA DAY
RATION
May 24th, 1902
MIDWAY, B. C.
 PROGRAMME.—
IO A. M.—Boys' Pony Race, 12 hands and under,
one-quarter mile dash    $ 10.00
Prospectors' Race, Pack Horse and Saddle Horse,
run >4 mile, put on pack with diamond
hitch, and run another ^ mile        15.00
Bicycle Race, one-quarter mile heats, best 2 in 3...       20.00
I.30 P. M.—Novelty Race, run, trot and walk        10.00
Boys' Sack Race  3.00
Exhibition by Major 11 ill 	
2 P. M. —Base Ball, matched game, Chesaw vs.
Midway	
Base Ball Match, free for all        85.00
Free for All, 600 yards dash        40.00
Local Horses only, l/. mile heats, best 2,in 3        35'00
Exhibition by Major Hill	
Free for All, J_ mile heats, best 2 in 3  75.00
$   5*oo
10.00
10.00
t
2.00
20.00
15-00
25.00
Rules and Regulations.—Winners of the Jj-ee for all, one-half
, and free for all, 600 yarils dash, barred from ether races.   Four
mile, and Iree tor all, 000 yai
entries, with three to start, on all events.
iajo? lortoD IL
As a feature of the Celebration the
Committee, at a great expense, has secured the services of M^Of Morton Hill, the
celebrated Drum Mqjor, Indian Club
Manipulator and Lightning Zouave Dril-
list, who is a leader in his line of work*
His performance alone is well worth coming to Midway to see.
THE MIDWAY BAND will furnish music at the track
C. P. XI. TIME SEBVIOB.
Special Train* leave Cascade at 7.30 a. m., Grand Forks 8.00, Eholt
8.45, Phoenix 8.00, Greenwood 9.40, arriving at Midway at 10.00 ; leaves
Midway at 8.00 p. m., arriving at Greenwood 8.20, Eholt 9.15, Phoenix
10.15, Grand Forks 1O.00, Cascade 10.30.
Grand Ball in the evening at MeNieel's Hall.
 : DENTIST.
NADBN..FL00D BLOCK   -   OREBNWO0D.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate  of Improvements.
Jfotloti
AOIIMK MlNKIIAI. CLAIM.
Situate In tha Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District. Whoro Looated i-Kru-
ger Mountain,
TAKK NOTIOB tlmt I. Clharlos Ho lllol*
Union. tree minor's oortlfloato No. BOW
l„iun<UI-iydi.)'» from tho dato k^iJ»»R;
uly to tlio MliiiiW Itocortlor fur a Oot II: '
uf IninnivoiiinitH. fir tlm liiir|Mi»n of obtaining
a Crown (Irnnt of tho abovo ciIkIiiih.
Ami Innlipr tnko nolleo that aotion. utijlor
sooUon :i7, iniiht tm ooinmonood boforo wo issu-
nncu uf suoli uortitluiito of iniiirovonioiitB,
llaluil thin Hlli day tf April, WM.
■„ C. DKB, UltKKN.
MINERAL ACT,
Certificate of  Improvements.
NOTIOB.
Anaijo.nipa Minkiiai. claim.
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Division
ol Yale Dlstriot.   Whore located : At tho
mouth of Baker Creek.
TAKK NOTIOK that 1, Korln's M. Korby,
froo minor's corlillciito No. H40W, liirniy-
solf and as agont for t'liart™ Hamilton, froo
mlnoclsoortlfloato No, 03(833, and Win. tti'llly,
froo minors'oortlfloate Nn. ulUM. ami Aliialoy
Mngraw,' froo nilnor'a cortlfloato No. iifftllil,
liilcniMtUilavn from the dato liorcnf, lo apply lo
tho Mlnlnit Itooordor for a Cortlfloato of Improvement for tlio purpose of obt'illiillg a
(Jruvvn Urant of I lie abovo claim.
And furthor tako notice that aclion, under
section Tl, nuist lie commenced boforo tlio Issuance of suoh Cortilicato of Improvements.
Dated this Oth day of December, 1901,
SCo FORBES M. KKItllY.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certiflciite   of   Improvementa.
NOTIOB.
Ahkhiikkn Minkiiai, Claim.
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Division or
Yale District.   Where located:  Copper
Camp.
TAKK NOTICE that wo, John I). Norrlsh,
froeiiiiucrs' eertilleale No. 1)47333, A. S.
Cross, fruo miner's certttlcnlc No. BtwQS, anil
l,ouis Bryant, free miner's oortlfleato No.
nluti'lfi. inteiul.sixty ilnys from the dnte hereof,
to apply to the Mining Itocorilerfor a oortlfloate
of improvements, for tlio 'purpose of obtaining
a Crown  Ornnt of thcal*ovo claim.
And further lake notice Ihal action, undor
section 37. must be uommcnnoil liefore Iho
-suanco of such eertilleale uf improvements.
Hated this -.'lllh day of .April, list!. Ic
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of Improvement*.
xrotvxoxt.
ToijONTO, No. 1!, Oalkna and IIonkh Kkac
tiosai, Minkhal ci.aimm.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District.   Where  loeated : Camp
Hedley.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Charles de lllol.
Ureen. as agent for I'elor S^iis free iintr
cr's eertlllci-.te No. Mum, linetia.'slxly days
from Ihe dale hereof, to apply lo'tho Milling
Itcconler for a Ccrtillc.V.u of Improvements.
tor the pur|K>so of obtaining a Crown Urant
of tho above claim.
Awl further lake limine that action, under
socltun 17. must ba commenced before Ihe
Issuance ufsuch Certlflcateof improvements.
Dated Hit* lDlh day uf March, IW2.
lie (!. null. UltKKN.
MINERAL ACT.
Certlflcate   of  Improvement*.
Arizona Minkiiai. ix*ui.
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Division of
Yal* Dlstriet.  Where located: Graham's
Camp.
TAKK N.0TIOE that I. Forbes M. Kerby, as
agent for T. W. Hlack, freo minor's certificate Nn, ni.'lsl, and Chris Mellonell, free
miner's certitlcato No. nlaiKl. Intend, sixty
days from tho data heroof. lo apply lo tho Mining Hccordor for a Certlflcnlc of Improvement!-, for tho purposo of obtaining a Crown
Urant uf the above claim.
And furlher tako notice that action under
section 37 must bcoommeiioud before the Issuance of such Certlflcate of Improvements.
Dated this Knil day of February, 1901.
»o FOKBEH M. KKItBY.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
To J. C. Ilollly, W. n. Ileilly and J. M. Judd,
of 1/kiiuIn Washington :
TAKE notice thnt I havo done on Ihe Itock
Creek Mlnoral .;lolin, sltuato nn 'lock
Crook, In Iho Osoyoos Division nf Yale Dlstriot, the work required by Hocllon II ut the
Mineral Aot for the year which expired on
August Id, mi, and have duly roonrdod tlio
certificate of work for this and tho two yours
preceding.
Anil furthor tako notice that If at the expiration of ltd days from the date of Iho lirst iniMI
callon of ihis notico In Tub Miiiwav Aiivanuk
you, co owners, fall to contribute your pronor-
t on of the expenditure required by said Hei;-
tlun 21 in respect uf Mich work, namely awr,
together wilh all the costs uf advertising, your
Interest ln said mineral elnlm kIiiiII Ihicoiiio
vested In mo upon ming wilh the mining room-jet ofJuld mining division lho notice awl
affidavit required by the Mlnernl Acl Amendment Act; lilts),
A. MKOIIAW.
Dated tills Oth day of March, IWi. '   Hire
CF. COSTERTON
VKKNON II.C
[I,
NOTARY I'UULIO
Amtmmt J-oviw-
Tim Royal Inhuhanck Ooy,
Tiik London and I-anuahhibk Fihk
Inhuhanck Ooy.
Tiik  Inhuhanck Ooy. of  Nohth
Ahkhioa.
Tiik London and Oanadian Fihk
Inhuhanck Ooy.
Tiik (sun Likk Ahhukanck Ooy o.
Oanada.
Tiik Dominion BoitDlNO anu Loan
Association,
AiqqtAiHKft koh thk Oanada Pun-
manknt Loan and SavinohOoy
R. MEYERHOFFS
-^STAGE'S-.
Carrying His flajesty's Hails
Will leave MIDWAY on Tuesdays, Thurs*
days and Saturdays, at 8.30 a. m., arriving at
CAMP McKINNEY at 5 p, ni.
Returning will leave CAMP McKINNEY on
Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a, ni.
reaching MIDWAY at 1.30 p. m., and making con-
nection with the train going east at 2 o'clock.
Tht bttt of aooommotfation for
tho oonvonlonoo of tho
travelling publlo.
R. MEYERH0FF, PROPRIETOR.
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CROWELL'S        j
HOTEL... I
THE BEST HOTEL IN
MIDWAY I
OOOOOOO
■
Headquarters for Railroad,
Mining and Commereial Men
First Class Livery Stable in Connection with Hotel,
S. A. CROWELL, Prop.      1
BULL
CREEK
HOTEL
Travellers up thc Wesl Fork
of Kettle River will find this
popular hotel the most convenient stopping place. Dining-
room well supplied and managed,
Hest liquors and cigars ;tl lhe
bar.    Stable in connection.
F. H. CAREY
Proprietor.
The Riverside Hotel
Is situated at Rock Cre:k, B. C, on the main
route of travel between Penticton and all Boundary Creek points.
STOPPING    PLACE   FOR   STAGES, I
Qood Hunting:: Qood  Fishing.
Best of Accommodation.
A_________i_______h _____________ ______■».
S. T. LARSEN, Proprietor.
Spokane Falls ^Northern
Railway Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard
Railway Co.
JH
Railway Co.
The only nil rnll route between
nil polntH Knot, Weit nnd South
to KohhIuimI, Neltion nnd nil
Interniedlute points ; connot-t-
Inif nt Spokane with the Greut
Northern, Northern I'uclflcnnd
O. It. & N. Oo.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian
Paclflc Railway tor Boundary Crook polnti.
Connects at Meyer's Falls with stags dally
tor Republic.
Buffet Service on Passenger Tralm between Spokane and Northport;'
EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 10. IMI 1
BAY TIIAIN.
Leave
".ai'i,m.
iMtattn.
    it.«iii.in.
A.  fTAOXAM
Oonoml l'uHHunuor Agont
BPOKANU	
IWHHLANI)	
N10LSON	
Arrlvo.
7.1.1 p.m.
4.31) p in.
IMS p.m.
RATES EAST
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY.
May a6, 30, Ju"c 29,
July 2, 3* 4-
From Rossland, Trail, Nelson
and intermediate pointst0
Mlnnenpollit,       -M*'
Chlcnuo, M'M)
Detroit, 77J
Toronto,
Montreal,
<ii».:t<>
100.80
CorrcspondliiK reductions h'^e
Kmitonny    ix.InU     »""« |1I(|C(1 on
roiiles, iiii'iiIm nnd Imrlli i «-■
Oauadlan Pnclflc Uko Sten •
Through bookings to ',;i"S!
vin all Atlantic ''"'".I;.ints.a
paid Ijokotsh-ointt'll "s
IllWI'dt 1'llK'B. ,.„,
, ,„,, inlrrrNinl'1"
For time .t*iblOI, S*tffi_%,'iltt, *'"
lull on or mlilrcHS
Miilway. or
i. A. C1AHTRH.
It. it, A.,
Nulson, II. <•'■
B.J.C0T'*
■"mioouvoriu
,.-. --
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____——Ommt_______________mmmmamm—__mmm_.,	 Land district, j
Jones.   Ixiokkeeper for
iLeqmuie
at  their Nelaon,
uch iu spending a few days
, Miller M. A., for Ihe pant
Ipiistor of the Presbyterian
Hieiiix, h«» rs'si-j-mjjscl»i»d will
i Kust.
, Bodingtnn, F. K. <'• S-. M.
Lte tnedicitl superintendent.
Blisli Onlunibla Asylum for
i at New Westminster, died
i 'rinu«lay, May 8.
| O'Hrien, foiui-rly of lloss-
(,0-v owner of tlie  Arlington
Jreenwood,      has     heen
icence for the Hotel Veil*
Jed he lately built at Ana-
liaing Oreen woodi
H  hi'en received here tlmt
Ih. who left a few weeks ago
|uVi   Mounlain, hns had his
lined us the result of a stage
een Stiles and Dixie, Idaho.
Led that His Lordship Judge
|||  preside at  the Supreme
lings, holli criminal nnd civil,
lu Oreenwood  this   week,
ea will commence on Friday
23rd   inst,   There are live
Icuaeson Ihe docket.
■atlon has reached   town  to
(t that the croppings of an-
! body, entirely separate from
lii' deposits now lieing worked
discovered on  the  Mother
lpe.it y, Deadwood camp.   The
have  heen exposed  for a
{about W> leet and   Ihe  new
liii-ji'S to he an important one.
liuli work has yet, Ix-eii done lo
lie the value of the ore, hut it
Liinei'iilised  and  hits  a  very
Ig appearance.     It     will be
hly prospected, with the object
imp and shipping it,
{ported that A. A. Monroe of
|1 and associates have secured
nntli's working leuid on the
; group near Hock Oreek, The
Comprises the ltiverside, Bui-
land Badger Fraction. Five
Id dollars has Iwen oxpended in
Inient work. A car loud of ore
J to the Oranhy smeller netted
|n nnd u car load to the Bound-
i smelter netted $41 per ton.
e over 1SQD tons of high grade
Iked out in the mine. Work
■continued on the property un*
lli'i ins of the bond.
IA. Mncdouald, for a yenr or
Iri'iiiiin mason at the Mother
line, at which a deal of con-
bu work has heen done during
|»riod. went out on Monday's
I n husiness visit to Indiana,
i he purpose.-, returning to the
|iry districl via Salt Lake City
Icagti. Mr. Macdonald is usual
iniuinent figure at Masonic nod
pons'gatherings in this neigh*
|d, at whichlie l<a frequent and
r speaker. At the mine he hns
Ittle repute as a verse maker ami
He is understoiKl to he very
ll&bly circumstanced, owning a
lie tract of land iu close prox-
jtotlie City of Toronto, Ontaii".
j rand Korks Miner-Onzette was
jVednesday purchased hy the
of the News of lhat town, and
Unbilled weeklies will be known
J News-Gazette. The Miner was
lished almut Ave years ago by F.
li'Cni'ter Ac Sons and for a time
financial success, Later Kber
^iiih started the Daily Gazelle,
divided up the business until
^r pu|HT was making any money.
*lcCarters then purchased the
8 fnun Mr. Smith and changed
|iilj' to a weekly which was pub
I with the Miner under the name
MinerOaietle. Last fall the
\ was established and has gradual*
*n gaining in popularity until the
tie was forced to withdraw from
luld.
Argo, Spokane, 11. M. Gilchrist,
hipnri, Iowa, and J. Rdgar Black,
i, (leorgia, left on Tuesday for
driving as far as Westbridge
Inking saddle horses the remainder
lhe distance   Their object, is to
Juiiie the Butcher Boy, with a view
[bonding  the   property.    Several
Vhs ago Mr, Argo visited the pi op
I mid was so well pleased with it
I lie sent lor Messrs. Gilchrist nnd
pk, who are large wire manufacliu*
mul whose goods are handled in
(west by Mr. Argo, to examine the
ll"i'ly, and if satisfactory a deal
[M he made, with the result that
gentlemen are nnw expert ing il.
tost*. It, D. and James Kerr, two of
owners ol the Butchci  Boy, ac-
Nwiied them up the West Fork.
'I'steiday   the   local  hall  tossers
fcved the cold and rain and journeyed
I bi Oreenwood to play a return
"eh with the* hoys of that burg.
I1"conditio!) of the atmosphere and
Vground! mude any semblance of
Iml ball playing nn  Impossibility ;
wlholoM an  occasional brilliant
fl wnuld crop Up f,.„m amongst the
FKl'mieration ot muft>, fumbles nnd
iM throws,   Both pitchers were hit
I'd, mul ihe poor support furnished
l"nlled in iiucominoiily large atcves
Pg made.  Great iinprovement wns
pWd in the  hatting of the Mid
[_.•'I'1'"1"' M Ihey were able to acme
Duo
4,10 p. in.
Wed., Krl.
A Hunday.
tM p. in.
All COBSt irrriirln
Pl«. CroWBrrintU.lt.
Knsterii Canada
Bpoknno
It'UHllllIll
Nt'lnilli
Valrrlow
l'onltoton
Vornoii, do,
CllSl'lllIlt
gfand Finks
I'linuiilx
Kholt
Oreenwood
All pis. ICnnl k Hniltli
Cainp Mi'lihinuy
.„   Itock Crook
All Wost Fork points
Clitsi
1.3(1 |i. in.
Tues.,Thuro.
k Saturdays
Malls for points farther wo-t ol Midway than
Camp MoKlnnoy ko via, Ilovcteloke.
Monoy orders from 8 a. m. u> 7 p, in. wlih t|„,
exception of one half hour More doparluro
and uftor arrival of malls,
Kl). A. HAIN,
           Postmaster,
IU limes against the clean sheet that
resulted In the game two weeks ago.
Greenwood total was 21. A very
small crowd of ent huslnsts endured the
inclement #cntlior long enough to
witness the game,
Satisfied with the Boundary Country
A prominent eastern capitalist In a
recent interview at Grand Korks spoke
very encouragingly of the Boundary
country,   lie snid :
■i am connected with llnanclal institutions which have been innking
investments in British Columbia for
the pint twelve years. Our investments have all been eminently mitis-
factory, I hnve reached the conclusion, all things considered, that no
better investments in Oanada can be
made than those offered at this moment by llrilisli Colomliin,whose growth
and progress during the past Hve years
has been simply phenomenal. There
is unlimited capital available in tlie
east, but considerable missionary work
hns yet to be accomplished before
absolute confidence in tlie character of
your investment is secured.
' The uffecus of indiscriminate wild-
cutting of mining properties incidental
to new mining regions were decidedly
felt in eastern cities for several yenrs
and produced a reaction which is only
now beginning slowly to disappear.
It will lake some time before conti
deni'e is re established, but I look forward to a new anil brighter era as
soon as lhe merits of your legitimate
mining propositions  become  widely
known,
"I walked around various blocks of
solid ore, each nn acre In extent, and I
saw one stupe in the Old Ironsiilrs that
has a widlh of 2S0 feet and a length of
7im feet. This is undoubtedly the big
gesl stope iu existence, nnd solid ore
wns extracted fiom it, besides the
widlh of the ore body has not yet lieen
determined, as one side of the slope is
siill in ore,"
♦
Excursion Kates, Victoria Day, n«y 14
K01 the above the Canadian I'acilic
Railway will issue return tickets to
and from all points at fare nnd one
third for the return journey. Tickets
ou sale May 22. 23, 21th, good for return till May 27th.
"Amber" Plug Smoking Tobacco is
winning on ils merits.
"Hnve you irii'd it?"
Save the t igs. they are valuable.
POTATOES
Extra Early Bovee, Rose of
the North, American Wonder,
Early Rose and Pride of Midway.
For first class seed of thc
above choice varieties of Potatoes apply to
\V. H. NORRl-S,
Midway.
Mineral Act, 1896.
Certificate of Improvements*
-grOTXOB.
1..TOAI. TKN..KH ASH FllUI. COINAIIK MlNKBA..
('I.A.MS.
*TvrrrRw^r°:
"-STL, uftfgft
| m agent I • ' ■• • , , ,,.,.,. ,„,„.
norUfltate Np, »*-'■*•■.'rr*- , „,„ vi,.,., tm
or', oorlMoato Ko.nU«... :»'» , „,,.
minor's of Uncat.1 No, -• '•.' , s„. „tw).
lonoll, Froo minor,' °" ',Sto horoof, to
■"*""•'*tr«X      in ■ for » Cortiflcato
J^Swfte^ooftairoem-lj
Dnli'il this Wli'l")'
lio
duummkt uitL^mriviLrcia.
1 lie tonnage of ore shipped by the mines of the Boundary
Ulstrict during 1901, and for lirst three months of 1902, is
as under:
1901 1902
Old Ironsides and Knob Hill group 231,762       68,366
^herLode  99,548       33,080
Sunset       800 150
Winnipeg    ,,040 385
King Solomon       850
™shoe I.IIZ. 1,731    " "757
Na 7       665 250
JfweI       325 '."5
Golden Crown  a2o
Sundry small shipments     2,500 100
T,,t;ils 386,738      104,632
Shipments during 1900 totalled 97,83^ tons ; during
the year 1901, to December 31st, 386,738 tons, and during
three months of 1902, 104,632 tons, making an aggregate of
589,207 tons.
I The Central Hotel
I Nth St, Midway, B. C.
■ ____irt_T_if_i-^ _>•*■*"*■-*■-*•-*■-■■■
This is a new three-storey he tel, comfortably
t%   furnished throughout.
The nearest house to the Railway Station.   The
most convenient hotel for railway travellers.
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The best of accommodation in every respect.
S. DAHL, Proprietor.
CITY BAKERY
PETERSEN & CO.,   ■   Proprietors.
.   .   MIDWAY, B. C.   .   .
GOOD ASSORTMENT OF
Fresh Bread, Cakes and Confectionery
Fruits, etc., always in Stoek.
Try our Luneh Parlors for a good meal.    Meals at all Hours.
GIVE US A CALL.
MIDWAY^ SAWMILL
Lequime & Powers, Proprietors.
Manufacturers of all kinds of
ROUGH km DRESSED LUMBER
LATH and SHIN6LES, SASHES and DOOflS
Band Sawing and job work done to order
Telephone No. 12.   Telephone orders receive prompt
attention.
>W. H. WEBB,f
ofNovombor. A. D. 1001.
KOIIDKB M. KK.IIHV.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
Wllllamn. Dnnlol I.y"''
Milium uii I""1 lllm">'
in liuiiini'i'iinK
Bltunto
Mining Dlvlrion
I "AiuIht" Plug SumkliiR Tobftoco i
r""""K'm!'8mM*ilH.
"II
ht* yuu tr|ed it r
tl*Vulb'- l»K». they aru valunblu.
li mul oilier*
To J. t, WllllnlH". '	
IiiUothUkI I" ll"
Mlno*»l  i'l"'1""'
Cixini,,bxlb«l*M'[l["''
o( Vulo Dlilrlol, ,,,|,,,i ,,„ ,.,ioh
T   „( Ilirnlir".'"»'""" \   lnm 0f f 100, Utul
BrinK ronmron m
tho -rn" "f ,?'''./',V..ii.liliu-i
thoroof, -'"li I'M'"""""
ffilll." ^;r^Mim»lA''A„ I-
Datodlhll,Otl,aWo(M»roii,W.   m
T.M.Qulley&Co.
Furniture,
Carpets,
Linoleums.
************
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EMBALMEBS.
Large Stock.   Low Prices.
************
t. nac. Ghxri_i.___nr ss co.,
COPPER STREET. GREENWOOD.
Lancashire House,
: : MIDWAY, B.C. : :
 ®	
The undersigned having re-opened this well-
known and comfortable hotel invites the
patronage of all old customers and thepublic
generally.     	
BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS & CIGARS,
Furnnce-heated nnd comfortably
furniHhed   rooms.
FIRST CLASS MEALS  WELL  SERVED.
Mrs. Dowding, Proprietress.
-a mm $$ftt>l?Ǥ*r#
mv^mum^m
THE MIDWAY HARNESS
and SHOE SHOP.
Those in need of first-class HARNESS, SADDLES, WHIPS, etc.,
can procure them here.
Special attention given to Ordered
Work and Repairing.
ABEL HALBERG, Prop.
Fifth Street, Midway.
**$$$*$$ $$$ $** $$$ $£»:
THE MIDWAY LIVERY
FEED S SALE STABLE
Seventh Street, Midway,
Opposite Crowell's Hotel
JOHN J. FLOOD, PROPRIETOR.
This stable is equipped with a first class outfit of
Single and Double Drivers
Saddle and Paek Horses
Hay and oats for sale.    Bus meets all trains.
Freight and express delivered to any part of the town.
$^^
rrnryrrinrYTrinr^^
9 *   MIDWAY NEWS
• urii/c ) @ @ fi
DEPOT
Practical Wagon and Carriage Builder,
s. o.
Repairing of all kinds promptly and neatly executed.
Carriage Painting a specialty.
ines
THOMAS WALKER, Proprietor,
i      All the beit brands  of
DIlll        \ Cigars and Tobaoco*  kept
constantly on hand.
Qtalinmiru   /      Latest shades and pat*
»iauunwy (tern, of Wa„ PapeP now ,„
stock,
i C Seventh Street, Midway.
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MIDWAY, :=: B.C.
Beautifully situated at the confluence of Boundary Creek and Kettle River.
■saw
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II!
ILL BE Tlle most important railway town in the Kettle River Mining Division.
The Wholesale Supply and  Manufacturing centre of the  Kettle River and Boundary
Creek Districts.
The distributing  point for   Upper  Kettle River,  VVest   Fork  and Camp McKinney
mining camps.
The nearest Railway town to  Republic,  Meyers   Creek,   Palmer  Mountain and   other
Northern  Washington mining camps.
The   leading residence town   in   the  country, with an excellent   climate,  pure water
supply and  favorable sanitary conditions.
Business, residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.
A. M. WOVENDBN, Sec,
30 St Jnlin Street,
Montreal, P. Q.
k.
To*-
Send for Maps, Prices, and full particulars to
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
C. M, OROUfiE,
Agent fur Ilritish Columbia,
Midway, U. 0.
,. .1, S!____
.1,   . Ol ,
AS IDEAL TOWN.
(Continued from page 1.)
around the town, with an increasing
demand fur prod nets of farm, garden,
dairy and poultry yard in the towns
and mining ramps within a dozen
ini'i's.
Midway enjoys the advantage of
telegraph and telephone as will as
railway connection with outside points,
It has its own newspaper, Thk Advance, which vi ns the first newspaprr
published in the Boundary, having
heen established here in 18W liy Messrs. \V. H, Norris and A. K. Sttiail.
Its puhlic school is the oldest in the
Boundary creek section of the district,
as, too, is iisi'ustoins office. The lirst
hjiw mill brought Into the Boundary
was set up in 1X03 on the bunk of K"l-
tle river at Midway, and Its enterprising owner is still closely Identified
with the town in the same line of business. It is believed hy those interested
in the town that this mill, with its
accompanying sash and door factory,
is but ihe pioneer of other manufactur
ing industries to be established here
afler trade and population shall have
adapted themselves ir. more permanent
conditions than now prevail in the
district. Tben, top, itis thought Midway will be a distributing centre fora
wide area of country,
But it is as a residence town that
Midway offers must attractions, No
oilier town on Boundary creek can
fairly claim to possess equal advantages from a health point of view.
With a dry, bracing atmosphere, an
abundant supply of pure water, favorable sanitary conditions, au absence of
contagious diseases, plenty of room foi
outdoor spurts, level roads for driving,
etc., good shooting and fishing in summer nnd excellent sleighing aud skating in winter—these combine to make
it par excellence the best town in this
part of the district,
 ►-♦-.	
Although no news respecting the
incident appeals to have been sent out
from Orand Porks it has transpired
that Police Magistiale Johnson of that
town, in vulgar parlance, "hit otf more
than be could then "one tiny last week,
notwithstanding his supposed smartness, The story goes t hat one Dufour,
hy no means a sl ranger iu the lowns
along this Boundary section of the
Ketlle river valley, has not, lot some
time paid any rent for premises he1
occupied at Russell, which is just
across the boundary line from C'a-
cade, For this reason legal proceed
ings were taken witli the object of
recovering money due, A writ of
attachment having been issued Deputy
Sherilt' Scale of Nelson, Washington,
nutvcl same and iu the performance
of Iiis duty in this connection seized a
horse and saddle that was in Dnfour's
possession. His instructions heing to
take the seized property to Nelson, he
saw the Canadian customs officer stationed on the boundary line nl Russell and fulfilled the requirements of
the law to entitle him to take the horse
through Canadian territory hetween
Cascade and Oatson. Hereupon a
bright idea occurred to Dufour—he
would induce Canadian odhialsto take
man and beast into custody. A justice
of the peace at Cascade was according
ly appealed to, hut he had the good
sense to decline to be hoodwinked by
Dufour, who then went to Grand
Forks where the police magistrate,
who is something of a "hush lawyer,"
lr'nt, a willing ear to the story that the
horse hud heen stolen from a ranch
near Cascade, and accordingly authorized the Grand Forks chief of police to
t;ike possession of the horse, hut to let
the man who was in possession of it
proceed to his home across Ihe line,
and to admonish bim to return the
next day to answer for his alleged offence, Thc chief of police was informed by the American officer Ibat he
had transport for the horse through
Canadian territory, but the police
magistrate, nol withstanding tlmt he
was warned tbat he would be held
personally liable bv the collector of
customs for the payment of the duty
if he kept the horse on tbis side of the
line, persisted in his view that the
American olllcer was in illegal posses
sinii of the animal so long as he was in
Canada, Next iiioininr, (hough, Collector of Customs Gilpin told the too
smart magistrate that he must either
permit the horse to be inken to ils
agreed destination across Ihe line or
pay the duly, so the P, M. promptly
"came down off his perch" and gave
"hurry" instructions to the livery mun
in whoso barn the horse had been lock
ed up, to get rid of tlie foreign beatt
Immediately if not sooner. Deputy
Sheriff Scale was on baud, and nol
knowjng what new game those "Cuna
dian guys" might hu intending to
spiiug upon him, as soon as the stable
door was unlocked slipped the bridle
on the horse's head, jumped on his
back, and, calling oul to the livery
man to send on the saddle by Hostage, rode bareback for tlie boundary
line about, four miles distant, us hard
as tlie horse would carry bim. Ol
course somebody had lo pny for this
"circus," so the next move was a
charge of vagrancy against Dufour.
Finding himself "up against it,," ihut.
individual ilepositnl $26 (said to .have
been supplied to him ho the female
friend who shares his joys and sorrows)
as hall money and '(vamoosed," leaving
the city of Otaud Forks that much Ihe
richer in cash us a result of the travesty on just ire ils police magistrate was
pleased io indulge in.
THE MIDWAY PHARMACY
Is for your convenience.
Your Prescriptions Filled.
Your Drug Wants Supplied.
You ean 'phone your Doctor at any hour here.
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.
A. F. THOMAS, Druggist, Midway
R. H; PARKINSON,
Provincial Land Surveyor.
SU/.  Architect and
___. Civil Engineer...
Financial,
I-Jeal Estate,
Insurance and
Mining Agent
VOTAltY    PUBLIC.****
k all view Tnwn»lte Agent.
... iDDHDM ...
It. H. PARKIN80M,
fAIKVIIW, 11. C.
Oorrftvpondenoe Solicited.
MINK RAI- Ad.
Certlflcate   of  ImprovemMj|
NOtriwi
Vicnmu Miksiui tM*
Sltaate In the Ketlle River Minim W*l
of Yale District.  Where lacated: IH
4 miles northeast ot lump KcIlM*
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agent forR II. .Mm. !■" m nm.
r.'inr No. 11IH17ICI. anil llcnr
rr'H rerliflinti' tin. nSUfA
from the dale hereof.
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itwwd'eVf'ori CwlfSeeic i clfTmprovtwiM
thc irarnoiw nf obulainn »l'm«n (.r»nt«"f
abovo clnim. ....,
Ami fnrlhor l»kr notice thai «*•_
unction S7, om-1  Iki I'liini     ,       _
iMvanoeoiraoh Cerlillcate ol Imp"'"
llalod thin I8lh dny if Kcliriiar-. I«
Ho fORBKa M. KM»
THE  ADVANCE
- MIDWAY-        I
Riverside  Addition
Just a Word!;
To those contemplating an investment in Midway real estate, the information is
offered that on the Riverside Addition may b«
found 300 very choice residence sites.
LOTS 50x125 FEET.
For terms and all other information apply to
W.H. NORRIS,        or A. MEGRAW,
Midway-RC- Camp McKinney, B. t

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