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 te Ptowaw
Vol. I, No. 10.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1902.
$2.00 per Year.
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A fresh shipment of Teas, Coffees & Hake Icings
Choice   Moyune   Gunpowder   Ta   50c
Choicest Basket Dried Spider Leg Tea 60c
Choicest Blend of Orange Pekoe Indian
Tea in 3lb and 51b fancy tins.
COFFEE
Finest Quality Mocha and Java Coffee, Blue Ribbon
Brand, in i Ib tins ground and whole 50c tins.
••Paragon" blend Mocha & Java, an extra fine coffee
blended specially for fine trade 35c, 3 for $1.00.
•'Our Own"  Rio Coffee,   best   quality, 25 cents.
(saves lois of work this hot weather,  no e^gs
WRU  iviuci   required, mix  with  water.   Colors:  Lennn
I Yellow,  White,   Pearl,   l'ink  and Chocolate.
J. McNICOL.
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MIDWAY NEWS
DEPOT
THOMAS WALKER, Proprietor,
4 § ri
Candies
Canned
All th* best brands of
Cigar* mmt Tobacco* kept
conttantl-f en hand.
Latest thada* and pat*
Urn* of Wall Paper now la
•took.
Seventh Street, Midway.
juulujUuuuju:
COLBYJROUP
Work is Now Being Done on the
Properties.
HUVE GOOD SHOWINGS
Some Kelly Creek  Properties that
Give Oood Promise of Becoir.-
Ing Paying Mines.
About That Prescription
The doctor gave you, he wanted you to
have the purest ingredients it is possible
to obtain, properly compounded, I will fill
it exactly as he orders.
/       i s
A. F. Thomas. Druggist, Midway.
fa
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0. D. Cunningham unci Jas. Atwood
-ir- working on the Colby group of
clailliii, up Kelly creek,
This promising group of claims was
located last year liy the same gentle-
men, who spi;ntthe greater part of I he
season u prospecting in thu vicinity of
Kelly creek, a country which was up
in that time, consider* il as worthless
from a mining point, of uew. Previous
experiences of miiiieious prospectors
had established the belief that no
mineral existed, or at least in any
quantity, in lhat country south of ih
West Kork of Ketlle liver on the
mountains oveilooking Kelly creek.
Prior to'OS hut litlle piosjiectffig had
heen dune in these hills. A few prospectors supposed liy many, and par
lii-ularly by themselves, to lie infalli
able in their judgment of a coiinti \
containing mineral, had gone over lhe
country fora short distance hick fnun
the river, hul With no success and so
the connlry was supposed in he barren
and prospectors pussi d by and wenl
farther up the river, wheie some ex-
cedent llnds were mad.*, which at-
li-julcd the attention of the prospecting fraternity, who for two seasons
pnid more intention In that country
lhan any other, all Lbe time passing
by the Kelly creek country,
In the spring of '!W a peculiar individual by ihe. luinie of Kelly, but who,
for Ills eccentric ideas, was commonly
calltd "Claisy" Kelly derided to ex
plme ihe country we are speaking
aliout. He was prospecting on a grub
slake furnished liy J. S. Harrison, who
at that time was engaged in lhe ah
stract husiness ill Midway. Kelly
prospected for some time occasionally
ri 'turning wilh specimens of quartz
'jurying free gold, which caused no
little speculation as to where they
were found. One day Kelly came Iir
Midway with some specimens that
were much better than any jet exhibited, he showid ihe lock to Sir,
Hiirriison w lio was delighted with the
1 bought of owning a half inteiest in a
claim prod ming ore of such exie.itii rnal
values, for lhe gold could easily be
teen with the nuked eye. Upon conversing with Kelly, Mr. Harrison was
informed that, in his anxiety to nunc
lo town and make known his good
lind, he hud failed to comply wilb lbe
min, 1 al laws of llrilisli Columbia, and
instead of putting up the requisite
nunilier of slakes, lie had only taken
lime Input up a discovery posl. Hud
he kepi this a secret until he re
turned and staked lhe claim properly
all would have burn well, but Kelly
lold of his lind Io olhers, who visited
lhe place before Ills return and (hiding
Prices to Suit the Times.
Special Gut Prices in Summer Goods
«c
.        WE CARRY A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots & Shoes,
Shelf Hardware, Lamps and
Glassware, etc., etc.
El OUR MOTTO:
, Quick Sales and
Small Profits.
A fresh stoek of staple and fancy groceries arriving daily,
jf OFFICE STORE HAIN & CO.  KI
'1
1 lu* claim not properly sink. .1, lullill. d
the necessary ciindiiions und kept the
claim, Kelly returning only to lind
lhat iu bis case, silence would have
la en golden, us it was holli he ai.d .Millar! ison lost valuable Intel estS, The
loss of the claim so disheartened Kelly
lhat he gave away all bis mineral
interests in this country, which weie
a few he had located earlier in the
same year, and slarled on foot for
Wisconsin his I'm uur home, Up ti
the time of Kelly's prospecting in thai
connlry no name was given lo the
creek on which his claims wire located,
hut. since lhat time it has been called
afler bis name, and will no doubt appeal'as such ou the map when a revision is made of lhe map of that
connlry.
Ahoul ihe lime of Kelly's discoveries
Juliii'S Alwood of Midway, who luis
prohahly located mom claims, that
have .dure turned out io be of value
than any olher prospector iu this
country, vislletl the Kelly creek ruim-
I t'V lllld llllldu H Incnl inn, but Ihe ore
was mil of the same clinracler exhibit
nl by Kelly, which leads Mr. Alwood
to believe Ibat lhe best, Ibid Ibal Kelly
iiiaili'is slill unslaked and I hul itis
well wtuih looking for. Believing tliis
Mr. Alwood, in company with 0,  H,
Cunuinghi  also of Midway, spent
lhe greal er part uf I lie summer ,if 'IIS
prospecting in iIml cmiiilry, going.
they believe, much flirt lll'l'up I he click
lhan any nne else has yel been, mid
all hough Ihey did not find aiiyihing
that resembled the free milling gold
discovered by Kelly, ihey made several
locutions, which are very promising
looking prospects and will it is believed
develop into pitying mines. Of these
perhaps lhe Colby is tbe most valuable. Il, is situate on the south side of
the creek and distant, from lhe river
about it mile and a half. Four ledges,
varying fiom three io five feet in
width, were discovered on this claim,
Samples from two of these ledges,
which were lhe only ones sampled
gave gold and silver values to the extentof $05 lo the ton. It. is on this
property ihnt lhe pr,sent work is lieing done, a shafl is being sunk which
shows up an excellent vein ot ore at
at considerable depth, and il is tlie belief of the owners that lhe surface
showings of the Colby are but Indications of lhe cxtensiveness of I be ledges
al deplh. Whether ibis belief is correct or not will shortly tie known, as
the present woik will, to a, certain ex
lenl, deteiinine the question,,
One gieal feat lire of I lie Colby is
that with til tie work, a good wagon
road can lie built from it to that portion of the West Fnrk wagon roud,
that is already completed, ihus making a rninpuratively easy haul to Midway, and (liter whin the Midway Vernon railway is constructed transportation fiioihlliis will le complete, the
new line passing within easy hauling
distance of thc property,
Missrs. Cunningham and Alwood
nlso own s"veiul other promising prop*
-i lies on the same cnek. The Queen
Bess, which lias enormous surface
showing of copper that gave assay
retuilisnf $59 to the I oil, is one ol
tbem, und lhe KilTir King, which is
an immense tody of miigiieiite, 511 fr c
between walls uud ti-aceablj* for SUH
fee', is another of Iheir rich discoveries.
It is o.ri ni wil uiipi-obulile lhat the
Kelly Cieek connlry, which has been
soiling considered barren, may vet
prove lo le one of the mosl prnlili,
mineral producing sections iu the
West Foik loimiiy.
 ► •-. 1
Mining Men Will Meet.
Great inlerest is being ink-n by lb'
mining men throughout the province
in the forthcoming meeting at Nelson
of lhe British Columbia section uf the
Canadian Mining Institute, Recrnlh
it was determined lhat in connection
wiih tlie Institute, seel ions shoulil he
formed coinciding with lhe provincial
1 nuns of iln- Doniinion, mid it is the-
B. C. section which is now to meet
for the Hist time in its history, consequently thegnthering will he of more
than usual iuti rest.
Since lhe provisional program of tile
Nelson meeting was distributed, some
amendments and additions have been
made to the order of lhe proceedings,
and appended is lhe liiial list of papers
to be presented before the Institute,
together with the order 111 which they
will be heard:
"Notes on Smelting," by II. R, Hedley, Neboh.
"On ibe Future of tbe Coal and Coke
Supply of Briiish Columbia," by Wm.
Blakeuiore, Fernie.
Subject not iiniiouiK'rdi by Frederic
Kelfer, M, R, Anaconda,
"Coaise Couceiitiatioii i i the Sloc.-in
District,'' byS. S. Fowler, S, B., 11. Bv,
Nelson.
"M.ne Timbering by the square sel
sysiem at Rnssiand," by Bei'lieid Mji c
doiiald, M. M.
"A Comparison of Costs for Compressing Air by Sieam and Electric
I'owers at liossland," by Will. Thump-
sin, M. _,
"Safetv Lamps and Mine Expln
sinus," (n) W. II. 1.. Ilnidie, C. _ M
E., Iclhliiiilge, Allu.i (b) Win. Blake
more., Fernie,
"Notes mi Machinery Constit tiling
a MiniiiK I'lant," by Alfred C. liurdt-,
M. Eo Sunion.
"Mine Signaling by Compressed
Air at Rus-luud," liy Bernard Macdonald and Will. Thompson,
•'The Mineral It-sources of Vancouver Island." by W. M, Brewer, M. E„
Vancniivrr.
The Nelson in 'cling tikes place
next Thursday und Friday, 10th and
lllh insts. It is expected Ibat lhe
coiiveiuion will lie largely attended,
. *- • 4	
All exchange has discovered Ibat the
moon gels full, Imt she goes oil
shining; lhc rain drops, Iml ll. gels up
again; lhe stars shout bul do not kill,
tlie willows weep Iml never shed a
twin night I'nl's but doesn't break;
duy breaks, hul di esu'l full ; the liy
swallows, and IheswnllowS Hy ; llu*
. bees buz/, and so iln Ihe gills,
MINING NOfKS.
A slill furlher improvement in lie
uveitljgn value of I lie big shoot of ore
now- being opened up on the BUO'ft.
level of the Sii-mwiiider mine at Fail-
view, by lhe New Fan-view Coi por*
ill ir hi, is reported, It is slated I at
lhe ore now runs $11 per Ion iu gold
and thai Ihis higher value appeal's In
giie pi utilise of coiiliiiiiing ns depth is
mude. ('. H. Cunningham, electrician,
hns unived to ci mun nee oil his mil-
tract which dills for his having sonic
11?) lights to put iu mine win kings and
mill nlid olhei   buildings   by   October
1st.
The steam power planl bilely put iu
at the Emma mine, in .Summit camp,
is now in operuiion and some nice-
looking copper ore is being slopnlnt
llu* 75 fl. level of lbe mine for shipment lo ihe Hull MiniiiK & Smelting
Company's smeller ut Nelson. W. T.
Smith is persevering wilh the develop*
meiitoflhis property, lliough under
difficult its, the McKenzie k Maim
syndibutc, which ownslhe larger inu r-
est in this and several adjoining claims,
pursuing its customary dogin-lhe-
iii.ingei- policy of doing nothing itself
and declining tosell to any one else except at a price too luc.li for any likely
buyer lu think of giving.
—~—. • .	
Fish Hogs used Dynamite.
I'uiiiliers of lesidenis tramped the
sui-rounding bills oo lhe 1st, taking
advantage of the opening of (ilie shooting season. Some fair bags of praiiie
thicken and grouse were secured, but
ib er were not to be seen, not yet having in-ill driven down by (lie snow
rioin their secluded haunts iu the
higher purls of llir* mountains, It is
very etideut that the wholesale
slaughter nf ■.aula sometimes carried
on is fist ihimiing out both deer and
birds, whilst fish are similarly sulfei*
tug at the hands of vnudnls. It is
sluled lhat some men lulely returned
I'i nm a trip up the North Folk of Keiile river having ubout a thousand
pounds of trout. There can he hut one
conclusion drawn from such a very
large quantity of lish being ill lhe
possession of two or three men at one
lime, and that is that they used dynamite or some olher equally destructive
jigency Io secure su much lish, and
tliis not for sport but as a means fur
gratifying a musl censurable greed.
Under such condilious the stream*
will soon be without iish. 1'inspector*
sometimes tell of meeting with evidences iu null)iug parts of the dislrict
of numbers of deer having been killed,
either in wanton destruction or for
their pelts, Itis difficult in so large
a district and wilh a sparcc population
scattered throughout ii to ca.lcb such
vandals us l hose guilty of tbe destruction here mentioned, limit is a gieiit
pily thai ibey canuut be caught and
propel ly punished.
 .*-.	
Bush Fires Caused Anxiety,   .'.
Lust Wednesday n ilnes,si'd a fortunate escape from another shut down of
the local mines and sinelieis fora further period of a month ur six weeks,
Towards evening the C. P. xi. ngentat
(ireenwood received a telephone message from Deadwood townsite to the
effect thai a bush lire was gelling dangerously near the Iwo big trestle
bridges on which Ibe Mother Lode
brunch of tie railway crosses u deep
gulcli bcl weni Deadwood and the Snn-
sel the iMolhrr Lude mini s. Amplest
was immediately tcle| hunid lo the
.Mother Lode for assistance until the
railway section u en could get over lhe
four, miles uf upgrade leiuetn the
nestles and Ureen wood. (Inner.il
manager Keller Mils just ahout lo leave
the mine for his home at Anaconda,
Imt Instead he hastily summoned a
giiig of nien fiom lhe mine and tbey
ran down lhe track about a mile lo the
scene of danger, where ihey beut back
the lire until the C. I'. H. men arrived
lo keep it away from lbe timbers of
I lie liiidge, These men remained at.
llnnil lliiuiigli the night until all risk
of damage (6 lhe bridges hnd passid
away. Mini one or both of these trestles been destroyed I life sources of supply of ores for the Gieenw'ood and
Boundary Fulls sinelieis would have
been cut oil' and hoih mines und
smelters would have hud to remain
closed down lor the several Wei ks Unit
, l-i'-ercctioiiof ihe bridges would have
taken, which wnuld have been a disastrous'experience following so closely
upon the two inunllis of enforced idleness jnsl hrnughl to uu end by tlie
receipt of sufficient coke In allow of
i I lit- j- 1111' 111' i s- 11-.- utiiii); woi k,
.............    ,ijm,    too.vift  tone   ntvl  rin THE   DISPATCH
flj* Ptfpaldj.
C. M. CHOOSE Klitorarwl Proprietor
Published weakly at MUlwjvy, B. C.
SuW.ripl.ion price. $3.60 p«jr annum. priyaMrj
In rwlvAncu, ei'her yearly or ball yearly at. t.tu:
option of r._? t,ni,,-xiin:r.
Advertising par.es -ent on applicjruion.
MONDAY, BBPTBMBBB 8. 1802.
Three m--n and a Inloon have started
from Denver, Col., for New York.
They started together and <ao are
watching the Kastern pteajdespflcbfs
for information as to their progress,
and hope none nf them write home
cause to think of the familiar refrain
"Oh! Mr. Captain stop the ship, I want
to get out and walk,"
Information hj»» reached here to the
effect thai Vf. Work Slater, of Edinburgh, Scotland, a director of the
Jewel Gold Mines, Ltd., who recently
visited the Jewel min.-, situate about,
four miles from F.hnlt, h.is since stated
in Vancouver that he had hopes of
arranging a conduct for smelting
30,1*!0 lo lO.Onl) tons of Jewel ore, and
that J. D. Kendall. M. V... the company's consulting- engineer, h;is under
consideration the advisability of put-
I ting in a stamp mill and olher plants
at   the   Jewel.     During   the   current
NOTICE.
TAKK VOTIf.'K lhat »i days afterdate hereof t Intend ro -pplj to Uw CMd »
iiiLssionup nf Land*MM HToirtU (nt peratalon
rn prii-i'h.i-r- Jl'ili.iurtjsiif iiirsiin ■ I '-ri ni-'inr'aln
pasture, being the Son h : Sett l' and fraction-
ill  Nnrih  U'r-st \ Btolioo J*i, Townihip so.
IJhrrVrS* I>ir.tri,:l..
M. K OKKKN.
August Sth. IKS. ''-'
MINERAL ACT, 1896,
Certlflcate   of   Improvements.
NOTIOB.
JcrN-JIJUSrlV   MlNKKVl.   f'MIH.
i vejir this mine baa senl out some 2,3)0 i Situate In the Kettle River Mining Division of
... , ,._ _.,     r        Vale Dislrict.   vvr.erc located : On Crass
tons of gold qnartz ore,  the  bulk Oil      Mounun. Camp McKinney.
which was-hipped   via  Kholt lo   LhelTAS
smelt
No.  ijii-j:-;.
i miner d certlffcal
The world's eotnmet-c* in 1901
amounted to a little over £3,000,000,-
000. Of t his amount Great Britain and
her colonies had nearly Hi.in),'**),ITO.
Thus the Euipire monrrpoiizes a little
less than one-third of the world's commerce. And yet we are told Orejit
Britain is losing her grip.
the hnik
tue!TAK':   N0T,f
i   |     free miiir-r.
Granby Company s smelter al Grand I «imi for r.A l>o.
Knelt.   «h,....  the  miar'7   was  mad I "KB0** InlewUlxty dura trom Um dato tent
Milks,   nnere   me   quar z   was   usea   (i> .i[]itj , _ ;h,, Ml.tl,.v. |t...„r,i,Tf„,.a,-eriiii.-.,i,
larg.-ly- fur   lining   the   shells of the > of impprnements. fm- the pnrpo-e nf obulnlnrj
_, . .   ,.     ft l'rrr*u   Grant td thc atro.e r'.niui.
ropner converter,    lbe ore is slati-il to i     ,,..,.,        ..     ,. .     ,, „.,i .
I* I     And fnrllier rakrr noliee lhat rvti-rn. uiior-r
carry gold values averaging about 11 j wtien   37.  nratl  he eon-meuXH before thc
dirt, to the ton.
A collision on the Northern Pacific,
at Hope, Idaho, resulting in the loss of
a Pullman sleep-r, no one hurt : an tk-
citing rice of the North Coast Limited
from a runaway freight,   on the same
line, at, Kvaifi. Montana, the Limited
lieing winner hy a close mai gin : and
the terrible wreck on the Chicago
Northwestern near Owainnna, Minn.,
caused by the entire train being lifted
from tin* track liy a tornado, ihree
people killed thirty-four injured were
some of the items of purtnnilar inletttl
In railroad circles do ring I he past week.
i-Hianoe of -'irrh certificate "f improvements.
[lated this oth day of July. I'Jrl. Ic
HKNKV NICHOLSON.
"THE MllMilltf V'
,,    A familiar  natne fnr the Chicago,
all veiy good. The next day .1 tnowed j >,,,„.„„•.,„. f. j*,. ,,„„* ,tili|,,}. kn„OTl
and he created the man who does not, M Mg_ ^ --^ M ^ ,;„, j^,,
n.'hf-ve   in adrervunng, anotner who
"In the beginning God created the
heavens. Ihe earth, then the editor,
then the liberal advertiser and the
prompt paying subscriber—which was
does not
, way running the "Pionke   IjmitSd'
lake the home paper—Inen hi •  .    . , .   . ...   ,      , ui
,,,;',        ,     trains every any .and night between St-
ted.   Then  the rl**vil grrt  into thej „    ,      ,   .',, . " ,   ,,     . ,
0 .  .. I Pnul and   Chicago,   and   Omaha  uud
moulding room and created the man
who takes Ihe paper for years and
tails lo pay fnr ir, After he Ind completed thai sorry job and having a few
lumps left, he created the excuse of a
man who settled his arrearages by instructing the post master to m.uk his
paper 'refused."'
We are in receipt of lhe premium
list of ihe Provincial Exhibition, lo be
held at Victoria Oct. "th lo llth, inclusive. The principal feaiuu-s of the
exhibition will be mineral,atriii-ulluial
and fishery exhibits. A strong effort
Is beingniltde 10 make the fiisl named,
far and away ahead of anything seen
hefore iri the province, sol hat niil-i'iers
who attend the exhibition will be able
to grasp something nf an idea of the
vaslness of our mineral wealth, and
also ils variety of resources, Other
department* will receive great enre,
fint necessarily on a smaller though no
less iiinplelea scale, tbe list showing
apiary, honicnltiiral. natural hi.*tory,
fine urls and many other exhibits.
There will he reduced rates on all
railway and steamboat lines and Victoria boasts of ample accommodation
for all visitors. Many speiial features
will lie presented along with a full programme of horse races. The secretary,
Beaiimimt Bnggs, Victoria, will be
pleme-t (o forward full information
regarding any particular class of exhiliit ynu may wish to compete in.
HARVESTERS AND
THRASHERS
MINIMI NOTES.
After several weeks' suspension of
Work on the Providence, situate
just outside Greenwood Oity limits,
half a dozen men have been put to
work to get mil more ore. There is
nlsiut a cittioait awaiting shipment and
f lis will probably run us well as did
Ihe I wu curs sent to Trail last month
and which averaged $1 til Kl per ton for
the III Ions shipped.
A litlle wink luis lieen done ill the
old -haft al. the Morrison mine in
Deadwood cump. and I is slated
that some ItilC-lfloklllg copper ore is
being milled here. V. II. Oliver, man-
ngieg director pnid a hurried visit li>
Ilie mine recently, hut <o I'm- no information Inui been made public us lu the
proliiibility or olbi'i-wise of the mine
Ielngoperated with us many menus
before it was shut down several
months since,
Geo. W, Fraser, nt one time master
mechanic nt the Monti cnl & Host on
Copper Company's Sunsel and Crown
Silver mines, and afterwards occupy-
inga similar capacity at lhe Granby
Company's mines ut I'hoenix, has returned to tho Boundary to llll the
position of muster mechanic at the H.
('. Copper Company's Mother Lode
mine in succession to It. VV. Minion
who lately left the Molher Lode for
the Le Koi, Hossland,
About ten days ago a telegram wns
sent jointly by  the presidents of the
hoards of irude of Greenwootl and
I'hoenix Inviting the British journalists now on lour in tlie province to visil
the Boundary mines und smellers. On
Wednesday a reply was received frnm
VV. T, It. I'restoii, Dominion einigrn-
11'ni agent, whoiippeiirs inline charge
nf till' iil-rnngeinents  for the  lour, In
llio effect thut the  party  will reach
Gici mv null uexl   Monday.
Harvesters nnd thrashers who are
heavy consumers of Chewing Tohacc.i,
will find
PAY   ROLL
CHEWING
TOBACCO
much more wholesome than the rank
tobaccos of thc past.    As only puce in-
gn dieirts i nter into the manufacture
of this brand, it can be ',.,-<| with per
fed Security. Valuable presents can
also be obtained by saving Ihe Snow-
shoe Tags, which are on every plug.
The lime fnr the redemption of Snow-
shoe Tags has lieen extended lo
Jan. ist, 1904.
Chicago, "The only  perfect trains in
the   world,"    L'nilerstanil :   Connections nre mad? wilh A I.I. Transcon
tineiitjil I.iiii-s,'a.**iirii g to passengers
I the  best service known.   Luxurious
I coaches, electric lights, steam  heat, of
a verily equaled by ii" oilier line.
j   See that your ticket reads via "The
I Milwaukee" when going to any point
[In tic United States or Canada.   Ail
ticket agents sell tli.-in.
For rates pamphlets or nthei  iutor-
malion. arltrms,
It. L. Fnun. II. S. BpWB,
Trav. Pern. Agt. tieneral AMUlt,
SPOKANE, WASH.      PORTLAND.0R.
STOCK FOR SALE.
Durham Bulls, Fresh Calved
Cows, Cows in Calf, Steers
and Heifers, Boar Pigs, Sows
and Young Bigs, Sheep and
Poultry, Saddle and Pack
Ponies.    Apply to
J. A. COULSON,
I'/i  miles from   Midway,  or
Dispatch office.
RUBBER
STAMPS
Seal*
J-lcr.cil-
Price Marker.
Printing   Wheel.
Numbering
FuchlsM
llaml lljtini* and
.Numbering
Stamp.
Check      Perlor.
• tors
rfuhler Ivpe
Printing Prettct,
lite. Etc
FRANKLIN STAMP  WORKS,
VANUJl'VKU, 11. C.
MINKRAL ACT.
Certificate   of   Improvements.
Notloo,
lli.i.-i'. llr.1.1. MiMc11.11. Gum,
Situate In tho Osoyoos Mlnlne Division of
Ynlo  Ulstrict.   Whoro   Located :   Kru-
sor Mountain.
TAKK U&TtOV, Hull  I, Charles iie  Blots
I    Onion, as agonl for QoorgaQ, Powoll. free
llllners   ei-i-:|||eale  Ko,   SIMM, aid  for  Kuili
Morris,    tree   miners  eertlfleato  No.   mllTli-'
Intond titty days from lho dale hereof in imply in ihe Mining Itooordor for a Cprllflcaia
ul Impriin inenli. for tlie purpose of obtaining
ft Crown Uranl nf. Her nliove elaini.
And fnnlier lulle nolii-e Itini netion. under
section Ji", nuir.1 ire ejirninetieed boforo 'lio l-Hie
nliee of sueli i-.rititlealii nf lliniriivelneilts.
Dated tBlsMth day ci July, 11)02,
«o 0, null. (IKKKN.
TICKETS
-TO AND FHOM ALL-
POINTS EAST VIA
Great
Northern
Railway
SHORT LINE
TO
St Paul, Duluth, ninneapolls, Chicago
AMI  POINTS   KAST
Through palace nml Tourl-I Blsrpora
inning and  iiuiivi   smoking  library Cats
HAII.V TIIAIN;! : FAST TIMK ! SRIWIQB
AND S( KNDIJY INKl'l.'AI.KH.
Kor Hates,  Koldere nml  K11II Inforliiutioii.
cull on or futdros*.
II. I1KANHT, 0. I'. Ai. T. A.,
101 W. lliii'isiiln Avi'liup,
Si'iiKANi-., Wash.
A. H. V. OKNNIHTOjV, (i. W. I'. A.,
Huattt.k, Wash.
LOST
Somewhere hnlwci-n Kerr'u raneli nnd Ttoek
Creek, a pull-of upoolaolM In a i'iiho. Kinder
will ulilgir hy lOlVlllg thom III thin olllui).
Boundary Falls Hotel
THOS. WAKE, PROPRIETOR.
DWAV. ». C SKI'TEMBRB H. 1002.
R. MEYERHOFFS
Carrying His Hajesty's flails
Will leave MIUWAY on Tuesilajs, Thurs-
davs and Saturdays, at 8.30 a. m., arriving at
CAMP Ui KINXEV at 5 p.m.
Returning will leave CA.M1' McKINNEY on
Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a. m.,
reaching MIDWAY at 1.30 p. m.,and making connection with the train going cast at 2:55 o'clock.
Th« bast of accommodation for
the convenience et the
travelling public.
R. MEYERH0FF, PROPRIETOR.
;u,:,.;aui];^M;!i,fa^iu^«tui«««e«
This hotel is centrally located ?.nd is n stopping place for stage
lines.   Good stabling1 on the premises.
 : GOOD FISHING IN THF VICINITY :	
Or\ly tKe choicest brands of Wir\es, Liquors,
and Cigars at tKe Bar.'
SITUATED AT HOI NIIjVHY I'M.I.s, II. 0.
CROWELL'S
HOTEL...
THE BEST HOTEL IN
MIDWAY
Headquarters fop Railroad,
Mining and Commereial Men
First Class Livery Stable in Connection with Hotel*
S. A. CROWELL, Prop.
The Midway Sawmill
LEQUIME & POWERS,  PROPS.
MANUKACTUHEK8 OV
All kinds of HODGH and DRESSED LUMBEB,
LATH and SHINGLES, SASHES and DDDRS.
Band sawing and job work done to order
HOTEL..
SEVENTH STREET. MIDWUY. R C.
«€> E. SALTER, PROPRIETOR.!*
•***•»»•
A new building, well furnished. Everything new and first-class, Only the choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars kept in
Mod':. Every convenience furnished thc
traveling pLntslib:    Hus meets all  trains.
g2g| NO (JIIINKS10   KMI.I.OYKI).
■Rn_nB_nnHh MIDWAY, B.C., SEPTEMBER 8, l»02.
f LOCAL AND DISTRICT.   |
^tow«<!«ee.«Gi*eee«t*t*.fc*
j;Mth. Tims. Walker in visiting fi_iinls
tf the Okiimgiin.
pllss Miiiml Boune lias returned from
Qtmp McKinrtf y.
$liss Dorothea FisliCT.iif Greenwood,
ii visitin** Mint Maggii- Stooke,
,m
^•BarnardIjeqiihncof L«piiine &('(>.,
Qrantl Korku sawmill men, in in town.
tylr. Nash lirought in a six dorse load
jj-frult from tin* Okanugan. last wi-k.
Jlmer Halllieig has returned from
irlew, whwelie ha. heen pultingup
ne huildiogH on the Lewis ranch,
"jMeAnley Morrison, M. I'., fnr Vic
toria. and Senator Teniplelon nre nt
present visiiing the Boundm y country,
Messrs. Hergman and (Jrillln hnve.
rirlBined from lining assessuient wmk
tt»»r Rnik Oreek. Mr. Bergman re*
tnrns shortly in England.
'JfooMvt-lt, Idaho, the lioom town of
tke Thnnder Mountain district, is rep-
riented frnm Midway hy-Sam lliiin
tfid Bert. Smith, who left liere in May.
The seconil and third furnace, of ihe
Ujanhy Company's Mnelter nt Orand
Fb'iks, were Mown in this inorning
oild wiih them the copper converter
vr»n also st Jir I ed.
Thos. Walker has thehay lmli-r hard jiI
wttrk at his ftlnee, the Martin ranch
jsoine two miles sontli of hure, and
lmnhis Ix'jiln-J h:iiiliii|j* In lhe ('. P. 11.
"flMxit here, lomling a cur for I'hoenix.
Mcs. 8. A. Crowell, lu-rnniiKiuiptl hy
hfrr nitir, Miss liila Heiiuie, who hns
lijkn hnlidayiiig in Midway, left on
"riiin-sdny via Curlew singe for Odessa
Wash., wheiv she will stay for a few
wleks wiih her sister, Mrs. Uennie
Itlta will remain wiih her parents,
;j|llhert I. (Jumlvll, sii-ierinlvnilenlof
the Montreal & Boston ('-upper Com
Pliny's siin*lter at Hunndnry Fulls, re
turned last Monday frnm his trip I
the east.   He was nci<Hiipniiie*l liy Ills
fifijiily, who were iml  hue with hii
'letnre,   so  thr    inferi'iire   |;riier.ill
«lntwn is lhat there is ji g.asl pr. sped
ollhe smeller being n|v ruled lontinu-
.iinly for some time to cuine.
A. H. Lander has severed his con-
nectimi wilh the |*nliri- il.purl ment of
<*hfenwi*ada.(unulh earlier than had
•men *i mngul he jlioukldo, having
<*»«il appointed Isiokkeeper for the It
CAUialln*-*d Cnni{-niiy at its Ii. IV,
<iiti»<U SmiwiiH r«tii|>. The (nine is
*Kain at work, S. V. Punish, M lv
Mnyt niannger as hefniv, and R. H
Ander-mi again at his post as foreman
THK   DISPATCH
MIDWAY   MAILS.
Mil*!
.M'l, III.
Wed., Fii.
A Siiriilaj-r
tM p. ra.
All Coast point*
ra,ciovi'B Ni* it. it.
Kiimerii Ciiinuln
H|mkniii)
lln  -I.i lit
Nelson
Ifatrvlow
I'liiitlulon
Vi'Mtim, etc.
Cntcado
grand Kiirks
Pnooitlx
Klu.lt
(Iri'cnwni)il
All pit, Kiwi tc South
Oamp McKlnr.ey
Rook Crook
All West Kork points
l^oso
■in: p. in.
I iiOK.,Tlmrs.
4: Sui urilny-r
i80 ii. m.
Mftlln fur points hrihor wont of MlilKny tlm
Camp MoKlnnov xtu via, itevelHtoi™,
Money nnlcrs from Hu, in. to 7 p. in. wilh tlie
oxooptlon of one half hour liefore ilopnrtm-c
nnd after arrival of 'nulls.
Kll. A. HAIN.
Postnia«tur.
Ureal excitement prevailed at or
aim-it Scott's much, on Boundary
creek, one day last week. The ol'jeet
<uf the exeiU'iiicnt was prohahly in ns
unsettled'.liite nf mimlns the residents
of ibat neighborhood, hy the way he
hustled in Miakiug himself scarce and
managed lo get an'ny with * whole
akin. It waa a good sized In-own bear
•cub, aiideomeoftlielaiysa-- wishing
yet they had !«••_ there, at the time.
It wasa good day for lienr. fur two
more weie >erti at the! Adolph ranch
hy sonic hunters that same nflernonn.
A warrant lias hemi issued for the
arrest of W, MiElrny, who lives on a
pre einpliou up Nicholsmi crick n few
miles from here, on a charge of shoot •
ingahorsi; lielouging to liulmr Bios.
The only evidence oilier thnn the fact
that a horse and a steer weie found
dead fiom sluit wounds where indicated hy thc accused is his own admission thai when having a drinking
limit hu shut them having lieen an-
noyed hy the horse nnd some iif Ellis'
rattle trespassing nn his preemption.
McKlroy is thought to lie amiss the
Iluiiiidai y line.
Bunting k Dempscy have almut finished making some additions to the
Sisters' hospital linilding nt Ureen*
wood. The surgical ward has heen
doubled in si-e, a large new operating
room hnsbi'i'li hnilt, the Sistem' private chapel has heen enlarged In twice
Its funner dimensions, additional bed*
l'oum'ifui Mirselshnvi! heen .provided,
a balcony 12 feet hy B6 feet enclosed
witlfftlnSs Ims been added, this heing
llilehded for palients tu tnUean airing
in, and some necessary.chntigt's hnve
been made to halls and stulrwnys.
The new buildings are 12 tt. hy 62 ft.
and three storeys high. This extra
Rccnininodation Is- on thu mint ll side of
lhe building • las), year additions were
IniuU- rt|i the nort ll side, 8U tho llospi
tal ♦uiilclhig is now much morn rani-
inodinus than when the Sisters opened
It ahiml.,two years ngo, and In view of
m'en finding employment in lhe mines
and at the smelter* (if the fielghhor-
hooditiB evident that the enlarged
huilding will not he fiiunil nny too
l"t'ge, so general is the tendency to go
to t,hu luispltal whenever siikuess or
liccldclit. iieeeKsil.'llesthe men's reeeiv
Ing' medical or Mirgicnl uUellrtunrr
uml skilled uiii^injj;
Letts-Wyatt.
The following is taken from the
Strathroy, Out., Dispatch, of August
2UI b J
"On Wednesday evening last a very
pretty hut quiet wedding look place at
the residence of Mr. and Mis. lidward
Wyntt.ypringhank, when their eldest
daughter, Annie li., U'came the hride
nf Alhert Letts, uf Sidley, B C. Tha
ceremony was pj-rfot'ineil in the presence of a fe. .v relatives, by the Kev,
.1. McKlnnon, Tl. D. The bride, wear
inga hi-auiiful gown of batiste, and
carrying ji houquet ofroses, entered the
richly ihiniMted room leaning on her
fillher's jiini, The hride was the re
eipieul uf many valuable presents,
among which was a gold much, the
gift of the groom. On Friday evening
a reception was tendered Mr, and Mrs.
Letts by I heir numerous friends, when
a pleasant social evening was spent.
Atan ekily hour the   mnpany Made
farewell In the happy couple, wishing
them success and  happiness   in theii
new homo,"
Mr. mid Mis. Letts arrived in Midway un last Monday's train and proceeded lbe next day by stage to their
home al Sidley, where Mr. Letts has
heen for suum tune tlie popular school
teacher i.f Ihal district. The Mid way
Dispatch j"ins witli iheir many friends
ui wishing Mi. and Mrs. Letts a long
life, of unalloyed happiness.
IMMENSE
OPPORTUNITY.
For Getting a Beautiful Watch
and Chain Free.--No Money
Required.—Every Han, Woman, Boy, or Girl has the
same Opportunity under our
System.
In order to have Dr. Arnold's English Toxin I'ills placed in the bauds of
all persons suffering from had health
we make the following most lilaral
offer:-
lf you w ill send us your name and
..dilress and agree to sell for us twelve
lioxes of Ur. Arnold's Knglisli Toxin
I'ills at 25c. per box, we will give you
absolutely Free a beautiful Watch
and Chain in either Ladies or (joins
si/.e, or your choice of twenty olher
iremiVims such as tine sets of Jewelry,
llings, Violins, Mandolins, Tea Sets,
Sateen Skirts, t'ainems, elc. Heiiiem*
her we don't want any money until
after you sell the Pills nml you don't
have lo sell any more than 12 boxes to
get, the premiums. This is a bona fide
olfer from a reli ihle consent that his
given thousands of dhlliii- wifrlh Df
premiums to agents all over the C0I111-
I iy Keineuiher alsn I hat I >r. A mold s
Knglisli Toxin Pills are a well known
remedy for all diseases of the kidneys
nnd bladder, Brlght's disease..diabetes,
rlieuinatisin, nervous (toilPhS, anil
feninle complaints nnd'Are Mf sale hy
all Hrsl class diugt-'ists and dealers u
all pans of the world. Vou have only
to show tbem In sell llieiu, YUU ate
nutolfeiilig something that the people
don't, know. Our watches nre the
regular standard si/.e fur Ladles or
Oentleineii in Niikel nr tiuti Metal
Cases with liandsniiie llhiuiiiia'wl dials
and reliahle llmeikeepoi'Si walches
snoh as no lady or gent em.in need he
asbautedlu carry, and thej• II
sent absolutely Free to all who sel
,,, lv twelve boxes of thn*-' wolulei ul
Toxin Pills. Write al "nee and he the
(Irst in vour Inrnliiy tn etirn hne Of
llmseheiiutifiilwntchesaiidcliniii. as
Mnmaswerecoiveyo..,' letter nM.iii-
oju'dwc will souil you post pntl « '
hnvos, together with  our Illustrated
Caaluguo huiiutif.il V onlnred ctd
» liviu.rin.tiiennil.uhlressi.nnsour
amhori.edngenl. IV;..' » .l.Uldtha
vnu will not be asked to sel nn) »J'
, hell hoxes nnd we don't wan
any money until titer you hnve *M
Win We heiifall the expense and
^  onlvntakitiglhislihonilonorasi,
noihnii  nf adverts ng Dr. Awn ma
g   I   Toxin   Pills.     Don't   flftay,
^''j'lonieali.leariniliejuililulptvs-
^iit. for yotireelf for Olirlstmns.
Address
ARNOLD MEDICINE CO., Dept,,ui
so Adelaide bt. Csl, Toronto.Onl.
:t.
I    m>
^JcLEOO & BROWN,
Babbistbrs, 8or.ioiT«Rs, Etc.
(iaKKSWOOl). II. C.
H. NICHOLSON,
—; Notary Puhlic,
Itl AL KSTATI5,
FINANCIAL AOENT
and MINING BBOKBB,
Camp McKinney, B.C.
Dr. R. Mathison,
—t DENTIST.
NAtlEN-FLOOD  BLOCK   -   ORCEiNWOOO.
p_ M. KERBY,
A. H. Can. Soc. C. E.
Provincial Lan'u   Surveyor
AND
CIVIL   ENGINEER,
MinwAY anu Gkkknwood.
DR, SIMMONS,
DENTIST,
Rendell Block, Greenwood
Phono IMS, V. * N.
Chas. A. Webster,
PROMOTER. INVENTOR. |»
Spokane.Wash,. U.S.A.   Midway, B.(
Spokane Falls &Nopthern
Railway Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard
Railway Co.
Red Mountain Railway Co.,
Washington & G. 8. Ry.,
V__.,Yfe.&E.By.&N.Co.
Thr only nil mil Mute ffttwern
points eiist, went nnd south to Rosslnnd, Nelson, Grand Forks uud Repuli*
lie. -onni-cts at Spokane with the
Ureal Northern, Nort hern Pacific and
0. rt. & N. Oo. for pnints oast, West
and smith ; connects ni Rossland nnd
Nelson with the Dana-linn Paeittit Ry;
Oonnwtant Kelson with thcK. It. * N.
Co. for Kiisto anil Slncan polnl-i.
UonncotS nt   Curlew  with  at«-*e for
Greenwood ami Midway II- C.
Ilurr-'t ram  run  on  trnlna  lietwocn
Spokane anil Kopulille.
EFFECTIVE AUGUST 17, 19021
Leavo. Arrtm.
9.251.IH..   SPOKANK      5,1! ii.ni.
in.:ni a.m  KOSSIAND      6.10 p in.
;.|J a.m  NKI.90N      8.00 p.in,
U."T».m {oRANll'Ws I    Ul»'
9,»la.ni  REI'UHUC       6,45p,ni,
SK.   -ft..  JACKSON.
Ociicml Pn*soiiEcr Agent.
Bpukn'A Wash.
RAILWAY.
A   NEW   FEATUHB
Parlor-Cafe Cars
C0L1BIA I KOOTENAY
BETWEEN
NELSON
AND
MIDWAY
Meal
A'
A  Li caste
OK
'1 Table d   hote
LIQUORS   and   CIGARS
AT
stfAzat^AAzxtrxa   ^xtxoraH
COMIi-KTl'.  Elini'MKNT
Unequalled in thk West;
Tlii'innlh liiinkitijjs tn Rurnpe
vii all At Lii'l "• lines. Pre*
pnirl tickets Froni nil fft.lntsnt
lowest I'iHUSi
i,>,„. unto tnulon, ninwiuiil full InforiimUoii
|Jnl;,li;;,r„lM,.,ss A. W. IIAII.HV, Agellt,
Jllihvny, or
J.S.'CARTKtli
I). I'. A-
Ri J, cov i.n,
A.G.V, A.t
11, C.       Vaiiiouier, U. C
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T. M. Qulley&Co*
******<!/*****
Furniture,
Carpets,
Linoleums.
************
: FUNERAL DIRECTORS anil EMBALMEBS.
Large Stock.   Low Prices.
************
T.   M.   G-"CT2_,S_-:--_i"^r   as   CO.,
COPPER STREET. GREENWOOD.
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CARRIAGE AND WAGON
<^ REPAIRING^
f*»*&**399.99.Gee*
CARRIAGE M SIGN PAINTING.
Bicycle Repairing and Sundries.
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Midway Livery, Feed & Sale Stable
Seventh Street, Midway,
Opposite Ci'Dwell's Hotel.
J. H. Tyrrell
_*
Proprietoi
SINGLE and DOUBLE DRIVERS
PACK   and  SADDLE HORSES
iii Oats ftp Sale. • Bas Meets all Trains,
General TpansFor aii- Dray Business.
•... i._i__i^i_«*S«i."iSj'S_S_£'5S__
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ik^ ri. f; Eiverside Hotel
ifcifW 1 k ■ Rock Creek. B. C.
\    li^t^^ % S.T. LARSEN, Prop.
.    .f_r"-'-'  x.y"_'__ Xj-   J-S2J.'-JJ J. j'l'J ■^^.a^l^^a^^'
frif^mrzy.iiy yzrr ,M St mniiiK plnii' fur S'ii|*rs til
a4|i4tfSf"r:- . ■•■ ■'':■ ••■'— • ttHi
f   ■ •'"itt^'ltt-tt'■'- -xrlrV"." jiuil fnun nil Huiiml.iry
ts:. . .... j... ..-
('rerk points,
Grood Accommodation for tta Traveling Public.
f. ih.
Lancasliire Hoisse,
IDWAY, B.C. : :
The undersigned having re-opened this well-
known   unci   comfortable    hotel   invites   tlie
patronage of all old customers and the public
generally.
BEST BRANDS OF   LIQUORS & CIGARS.
Fnrii.ii'i'-lii'iited und ooiiifortiilily furnished iooiiin.
Grcenwoofl-r.iirlow, via Miilway Satge ^^ia^
^   iiiniii its iirrivnl in Ilie evening, while tjhitngi.' nt liurui'H in liflflg inuiii'
%    Mrs. Dowding, Proprietress.
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A. M. WOVKNDEN, Sec,
30 St John Street,
Montreal, P, y.
Business, residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.     Send for maps, prices, and full particulars to
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
0. M. CR0U8B,
Agent fnr llriliali CuliiiuliU,
Midway, H. V.
(lime Laws.
lt Ik lawful to tdioot gaine aa fol
Iowa (dates Inclimive):
September I to December 14—Deer,
buck or tine; mountain goat, moontain
sheep     i .i
September 1 to December 81—Caribou ; elk, wapiti, (bull); -inm-ie of all
kind*,, ini biding prairiechickens; bare;
■limine, (liiiii).
Septemllerl lo February 28— Bitlein;
duck, all kinds ; heron ; meadow lark,
plover.
November 2 lo March 31— Heaver,
land otter, marten.
It in unlawful tn about or deal roy al
tiny lime : Sims living on noxious in-
si-ell.;  EnKlish blriukiririls;   caribou,
cow or  ealf i  rlmffltii b ; deer,  fawn !
uiuler twelve ninnllis ; elk, wapiti, cow I
or rnlf uniler two years ; gull ; linnet ;
moose,  cow  or inlf    uniler   twelve
liionlbs; iiuiiiniiiiii klieep, ewe or laiiib;
Ivinliili paitriil-*'-; pheasants, Dock or
lieu, except us liereinafter provided ;
i|ii,iil, all kinds; robins (fariuera only
may shoot these  iu khuI.ii- between
June I ami Sept, I); skylark, thrush*.
It is unlawful in buy, sell or expose.
Iiii side, show iii advertisement, caribou, lime, hull imaise, iiioiintain Knnl,'
liiountaiii ruin before October I • ih er
before Reptefiiherl ; nor any uf the
above named animals nr birds at any
time, except, thick, blue grouse, heron
ami plover ilurini* the open m-iimui.
ll, is nnliiivfiil hi kill ur lake more
tb ni live caribou in one season ; more
Ihut ten deer, nr tn hum llieiu wilh
doKS.or lo kill for hide* alone ; mine
than 2IiO ducks ; mure than twu bull
elk or wil pill I mine than two bull
iiiniMi'l mine iiiiui live mountain gunlr;
lm n 8 | hail tin ti- moiiiitnin rams; or
to lake or llcsthiy llieeggsof pioi.ecled
liinlsat any lime.
It is unlawful tn enter land enclosed
bv fence, water or natural laiunilary,
after notice ur if notice under .Section
17 is posted up ; fur nonresidents to
shoot without a license ; fur nun resi
ibiii Indians In kill game at any time ;
tu export nr transport in the mw
stale, game birds nf every kind anil
minimis protected except bear, beavei,
nun ten and Innd utter; to use (raps,
nets, gins, ilriiitged bait, elc.ln catch
gitlilR birds ; lo expose for sale any
deer wil bout its head or bird without
its pljfilllllgl!I tu use batteries, swivel
gnus or sunken punts in nun tidal
wiiiers In takeduiksnr geese ; fnr un-
liii'lised liiili'lesideiits tn trap nr kill
hear or beaver fur 'heir pelts; to kill
any game Iiiid hetivecn one hour after
sunset and one hour liefore sunrise ;
lo kill gilliu birds or niiimals impnrleil
I'm luri'liuniiiz il Ion ptirpiifeg | tn buy
ul sell heads uf llllllllllllill sheep; lu
tulle tl ullt except liy hook and line, or
to use   .iIiiiiiii rue  as   bait,
............... ...........^....................
1
tflen Wanted % ** -
To soil for the large Fonthill nurs'ries.   Applications should be filed at once.   Highest wages
paid, permanent place assured to the right men.
We furnish guaranteed stock commanding highest testimonials from British Columbia Inspectors.
■^SSBST* Stone & Wellington.
fa
m j. h. bush m
        fa
GENERAL   BLACKSMITH
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
All Kinds of Work Executed to tbe Satisfaction of Customers
809 SECOND AVE., SPOKANE,
 THE	
Leading Business Training School
OF THE
INLAND  EMPIRE.
Riverside Nurseries
Grand Forks, B. C.
riARTIN BURRELL,    -    -PROPRIETOR.
Home-grown, thrifty, acclimatised trees ud shrubs.
Currents, Raspberries, Strawberries, etc.
A flne assortment of Maples aad other shade trees,
Roses, Lilacs, Hedge Plants, other ornamentals.
The nel ret nf succes. in planting, it, PIMT—to secure good thick,
HKcoxt'—iii (limit m won ■■ possible after it u dug.
Trees obtained fron our nursery eai be piloted it
Midway two days alter tbey ire dog.
Price lint, nnd full information promptly  Riven.
THE
PIONEER HOTEL
TM. O.
FIVE  DEPARTMENTS.
Business, Shorthand and Typewriting, Civil
Service, Normal, Telegraphy.
Our students hold tlm roonrd of tin* United Stains for proficiency lu
Bustling and Civil Service brunches.  Send for catalogue,
E. H. THOMPSON, B. 8., Principal.
One of the Best Equipped Hotels in
the Boundary. Everything First Class.
J. W.NELSOlNUProprietor.
Greenwood- Curlew
VIA MIDWAY
Stage Line.
The undersigned is running a DAILY STAGE between
Greenwood und Curlew via Midway. Stage will leave Green-
wood at 6:30 a. m„ arriving in Midway at 7:45 and at Curlew
in time to connect with the train for Spokane due . 0:45 returning
will leave Curlew at 5 p. m , upon arrival of incoming train,
reaching Midway at 7:30 p. ,r„ and Greenwood at 9 P. ft.
Will mm with McycrhnfTs Stage from all points West.
J. H. TYRRELL, Proprietor.
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