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Vol. 2. No. 1.
MIDWAY. BRITISH COLUMBIA. SATURDAY, JULV, 4, I90|.
$2.00 per Year.
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Orand
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Forks Celebrates, valued at $600, donated by J. B. ed!      The    No,    7   company
  Seagram, of Waterloo, Unt., and j is (iapltuiiced at $1,000,000, in
aimi'Meof $300 added by the"' 200,000 shares at $5 each.
A barge Crowd attends the Do- association.  Aboriginee, owned
Peering Binders
The most "Up to Date" Binder on  the   market.   No harvet
has yet been found so difficult as to try its capacity.
by J. M. Brown of Spokane,
though closely pressed by Dancing Kid, led until tke home
Peering Mowers
"Deering Ideal Mowers" possess so many genuine points of
excellence as to make them the Leading and Favorite
Mower of the world.
minion Day Sports.
,TI>« Dominion day celebration held at (irand Forks was stretch was reached. Dancing
the iiiost successful ot' any held Kid, who is owned by Gulbraitn
in that city iu recent.years,. bros., of Ritz ville, Wash., then
forged- ahead, winning by a
neck. It was one of the prettiest and most exciting races of
the'Meeting. B. Wilson's La*
bulh? Marie, a Spokane runner,
was a poor third. lime, Mi{.
: Danville, Wash,, defeated the
(irand Forks team Ht the base-
ball game by a score of 12 to It,
The firemen's races were held
oh Bridge , street ai 0:30 p. m.
and resulted as follows:
Hub antl hub—First, Grand
Forks Hre team, time :18 4-5;
second, Granby Smelter hose
team; third, Phoenix.
Wet test-First, Grand Forks
time, -2*5 4-5. Granby smelter
wss second in 25 seconds, but
failed to attach nozzle; third
i'hoenix.
ta
ring Rakes
Deering Rakes are "Ideal" machines in ever)' particular.
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You can save Money aad Big Fish bv buying your Tackle here.
NEW GOODS
•istol Steel and Split Bamboo Rods.
|Landing Nets,   Baskets,  Reels,
lies, Hooks, Lines, Leaders, Etc.
IA. F.THOMAS, DRUGGIST.
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THIS   WEEK.
TRIMMED
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UNTRIMMED
STRAW   HATS,
FOR LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN.
MEN'S HATS BOY'S HATS
FROM 2? CENTS UP,
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HAIN & CO*
Three .special trains conveyed
hundreds of visitors from various points, including Spokane,
Republic, Danville, Miilway,
Phueuix and Greeuwood, till of
whom were delighted witli the
excellent program of sports and
the expeditious maimer iu
whicli it was' carried out. The
weather though slightly showery, in the moan (iiy, ' cleared,
und in the afternoon the con*
ditions were perfect for good
racing, and the various events
wrire hotly contested. The results of the lirst day's raves
, were as follows:
fl • Running, J mile; purse $250—
iYellow Girl, owned by JL A.
Manly, of (irand Forks, won;
Dart, owned by T. S. (irillins ol
Spokuue, second. Time, 1:24}.
Vttea for all trot or pace, mile
heats, i iu 5; purse $2U0—Lo Hoi
entered by (i. McAuley of .Spokane, wou the lirst heat, time
J2_U|; Sam bowers, entered by
«l. A. Lance of Spokuue, was
second, and Starkey, owned liy
lii Lt. Tuft, of Spokane, third.
SecOud heat—Le Itoi won,
time, _-Wj; Starkey second; Sam
bowers third. As Sam bowers
wont laine' iu tlie second heat it
-was decided uot to run the balance of the heats. Le itoi took
ttrst money. Second moiiey
was divided between Sum bowers and Starkey.
Three-eights of a milo dash;
purse $175—Miss Miller, owned
by J. M. brown, of Spokane,
won; Yellow Girl, owned by L.
A. Manly, second; Easter Lilly,
owned by J. F. Royer of Grand
Forks, third.   Time, '-33J.
The event of the day was the
Grand Forks derby, distance
one mile, fora purse of $400.
Three starters went to tbe post,
J. M. Brown's Junot led until
thc lust quarter, when he wus
overtaken by Dancing Kid, own
ed by Galbraith bios., of Kit*
ville, Wash. The finish was a
beautiful one, Dancing Kid pas
sing under the wire Hrst by a
head. Time, 1:51. Labelle Marie, owned by R Wilson of Spokane, was a bud third, A
charge of fouling just after the
start, preferred by Junot's jockey against the rider of Dancing
Kid, was sustained by the judges, who awarded first money to
Junot
The.cowboy race was won by
Bob, owned by J. Bubar, of
Midway.
(Inly seven innings were
played in the baseball match between Grand Forks and Greenwood, which was won by the
'former by a score of 10 to 5.
SECOND   DAY.
Gentlemen's saddle horse, {
mile—First, Foxy, J. Redmond,
Republic; .second, Billy Clark,
James Anderson, Grand Forks.
Running, | mile, best two in
three, purse $250—First, Junot,
time :53i; second, Yellow Girl;
third, Dart, T. S. Griffiths, Spor
kane.
Pony race, i mile—First,
Black Bill, J. Redmond, Republic, time :28i; Firecracker and
Dolly Grey tied for second place
and the second and third money
was divided.
Cowboy race-First, Billy
Clark, owned by Jos. Anderson'
Grand Forks; second, Phoenix
Bill.
The event of the day was the
j mil* rice fer the Seagram eup,
A Chance to Invert.
The No. 7 Mining Company,
Ltd., owning a group of mineral
claims near (ireenwood, is of
fering for sale 24,090 share of
its treasury stock, the proceeds
to be used in payment for im
provements already made, in
still further developing the
company's No. 7 mine, and to
install aud equip a eoncentrut
iug plant, to enable the compuny
to concentrate its own ores,
uud to provide working capital.
The No. 7 group includes the
No, 7 mine, and the Glasgow
fractional, Helen, Lady of tlie
Lake, McGregor, and Bob Roy
claims, all adjoining.
Outside of sinking two prospect shafts and mukiug a number of open  cuts along   the
.  Too Handy with a. Gun.
A case of attempted murder
occurred recently at Curlew
lake, on the Colville reservation. A settler n.-iniotl Joe M •
Kelup rode ou horseback to the
shack of Daniel McLennan, .a '
fellow homesteader, and without a moment's warning pulled
a gun and began blazing away.
The first bullet struck McLennan in the abdomen, passing
out at the back, fortunately
escaping the vital organs.
While McLennan was reaching
for his revolveb McKelup filed
again, the bullet striking tile'
former in the left arm; iiassing
between the bones of the forearm. McLennan's wife,'who is
a halfhreed, rushed from tlm
cabin when she hoard the first
report, and realizing the situation at a glance, rushed buck
for a weapon. Seizing a revolver, she returned and blazed
away at McKelup as he was
riding away. None of her
shots took effect. The men. it
appears, have had trouble over
the ownership of a herse. Mc*
Kelup returned to McLennan's
house the following morning
and after expressing sorrow for
the deed, fled as soon as the woman reached for a rifle. McLennan was taken to Grand
Forks for treatment.. McKelup
was arrested at Curlew, where
he is ,being held awaiting tho
result of his victim's wounds.
A Warning to Pruit Growers. ..
The Fruit Division of the Do,
minion Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, issues the following warning to fruit growers: It is to be feared that tha
wet weather ut present prevail'
course of the veius occuriug j,,g wiu feud a go,^ nKMiy
iiere, practically ait the develop- brchardists to neglect spraying,
ment work has been done on Lsst year the summer and aut-
theNo. 7, ou which a shaft has; um AVC..0 wefc mi\ ,„„„-, ,-„,,-,.
been sunk to a depth of a_0jerg „f fruit failed to give their I
feet,with long levels run, at 60, 01.,.h!ird8 more than two or
lJU.aiidi.2UV feet, respectively, I three sprayings. As Mr. Mac,-
whilst a cross-cut has proved Kinnori points out, the ciiol
the vein to be in place at the 300 moist we„tlier i- peculiarly fav-
toot level, More than 2,000 lin- orabi(, to th0 development of
eal feet of work have been done fungu., growths, und it is only
in underground development, ity gerahg every opportunity
The ore is quart* mineralixed; an(1 9praying whenever a day
With gold,ailver, zinc and lead,.ortwo of dry weathei* cornea
and the vein varies in width
from IS inches to 7 feet. Several stopes have been opened
und about 1200 tons of ore shipped to the. smelter. The mine
is equipped with power pluut
consisting of a Class A Ingersoll
Sergeant straight line air compressor rated ut five dsills, six
one muni machine drills, air receiver, 100-horse, power steam
boiler, 25 horse power hoisting
engine, Cameron sinking pump,
etc The elevation of the property, and its distance from the
railway-r-this being about tiive
miles—have, made it necessary
fjom motives of economy for
the management to conduct experiments in the direction of
concentration tests, und these
have been in progress for several months, the object being to
materially reduce the cost of
transportation from mine to
smelter, *
The No. 7 mine has been opened up under the direction of
Mr. Frederic Keffer, general
manager for the B.C. Copper
company- Asa number of shareholders in the No. 7 company
also hold shares in the B. C,
Copper Co., and amalgamation
of the two companies is favored
by some, if an equitable basis of
absorption by the stronger company d the No. 7 can be arrang-
along that sound clean fruit can
be secured. Wet weather
should be an incentive to greater diligence in spraying, rather
than an excuse for not spraying.
Eternal vilignnce is the price of
safety in fruit growing, and it
behooves everyone who desires
a full crop of first class fruit to
spray early and often.
Orchard Cultivation.
, There is a danger that on ao-
count of wet wont iter, orchards
Will not receive thoir usual cultivation, which ia urgently needed to destroy weeds, aerate the
soil, and conserve soil moisture
for future use. If the ground
is not stirred it hakes, cracks
open and evaporation goes ou
rapidly. By stirring the soil
torough frequent cultivation,
thus keeping a louse mulch on
the surface, capillarity is broken
up und moisture retained. As
soon as it is possible, therefore,
to get on the ground after a
rain, the cultivator should bo
started in the orchard and kept
going as steadily as time and
weather will permit.
J, H. Bush of this town played with the Greenwood Band
at Grand Forks, on the 1st and
2nd ol July. C. M. CI10U8K KdluirtmrtfroSWetor
Published weekly at. Midway, B, C,
flnl-mriptlon prleo, $2W>par annum,payabki
tn advance, olthor -o.irly or half yoarly at Uto
option ol tht Hubwirllmr.
Advortinlng rote* "out on applteatlon.
SATUKDAY. JULY 4, M»».
THE LIHERAL PLATFORM
The liberal platform, »s
adopted at the provincial
liberal convention held at Vancouver on February 7th, 1902, is
as follows:
1. Tho immediate redistribution of the constituencies of
the province on the basis of
population but allowing a
smaller unit of population per
seat for tlie .outlying districts.
2. Government ownership,
Dominion, provincial and municipal, of public services of
utilities is sound and should be
carried out in, British Columbia.
3. Should it be advisable at
any time to grant aid to a railway company such shall be in
cash and not in land and no
bonus of any kind shall be given
without definite and effective
means being taken to safeguard
the interests of the province in
the management of the road,
control of the freight and passenger rates, and provision made
against such railway having
any liability against it except
for actual cost.
•I. Immediate construction
of the Coast-Kootenay railway;
tlie Cariboo railway; a railway
from Alberni to a point on the
oast coast of tlie island; a road
in the northern part of the
province from the coast to the
eastern boundary with, an extension to the northern boundary; the railway from Vernon
to Midway by north fork of
Kettle river; with necessary
branch lines, ferries and connections. .
5,, The. enforcement of thc
act now in force compelling the
scaling of logs by government
scalers.
6. Thut such legislation,
should be enacted as will result
in making the lands included in
the various dyking areas available for cultivation as quickly
as possible and secure prompt
payments of assessments wbeu
due.
7. That the government
should keep in touch with conditions in connection with mining, protecting said industry
against combines and , trusts
nnd if necessary for the purpose
build and operate smelters
aud refineries. No reasonable
change should be made in the
mining Jaws without full notice
to all parties interested, giving
full opportunity for discussion
and criticism.
8. As tlie province can only
advance by the settlement with
in its borders of thrifty and
prosperous citizens, and as
Orientals never become citizens
in any proper sense of the word,
we declare it to be the duty of
the government to discourage
Oriental immigration ami employment by every means with
in its power, and we appeal to
our fellow liberals throughout
the Dominion to aid us in our
efforts to protect ourselves
against the ruinous competition
of men having a standard of
decency and comfc rt i mmsensely
below that of civilized peoples,
and who shirk every duty and
obligation of citzenship which
the law will allow them to
escape,
1). The government ought to
prevent tlie waste and suffering
caused by strikes and lock-outs,
and an earnest effort ought to
be made to provide some means
of preventing such strikes and
lock-outs, and wo approve the
adoption of compulsory arbitration.
10. Tlie fiscal system of the
province stands in need of revision. Tiixiitionshouldbeiir upon
privilege rather than upon
industry, and no addition should
be made to 'tlie  debt of the
P. BtMNS 8l CO. ?
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Wholesale and Retail Meat
Merchants.
Markets ut:Greenwood,tGrand Forks, Phoenix
kqd Midway.
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TENDERS.
Eitatt or Wllilam Edwardi, lata or Camp
MeKlnnay, B. C, Uaceaiad IntaitaM.
TKNDKUS will ba noah-art thy ilm under
nlKiii'd tip to ndon on thu WikI. July. HI.
for ths puraliawi of thu following ml oral
ilnium and, miniiiK Interests ultuiitc near
I'mnp McKinney, In tho Oreenwood MlnlnK
IMvUion nf Vale:
North Star Mineral Claim, Crown Granted.
Ni»t Rgg Mlnoral Claim, "
Trapper Mineral Olalm, ,*.•• .    .
Highland Chief Mineral Claim | ink-rant.
Suant Mineral Claim... •. •'.'..'... t Intermit '
Slamatb MlnoralClalat Jv... ' Interest.
Alt pcrwum having claim* agaluxt the nald
unt lite am requested to file riiMi with tlio
iinilornlgneil before the 'find day of July, 1HU8
nml all perwinK indebted to Ihe wild ornate ure
required to make payment forthwith.
'■   HKNUY NICHOLSON. \
,,-;,!.,     ,   , AdnitulKtrator.
Camp McKinney, Juno, 2'llh. l»fl.
-MINERAL ACT.
Certlflcate   of   Improvements
CARD QF..THANK8,
Mr.and MikJiW) H. MuNnnnw wish So
tiiniik ali t.Uiwii tvhji so kindly agisted them
nl Uictilne of their lion Hilaatli.
NOTZOll
P. A, Minkkai. Claim.
Situate In the Oaoyooi Mining Division of
Yale     District.   Where   located:  On
Krugpr Mountain.
TAKK NOTICK that I, C. (loll. Oraon, a*
agent for A'. 1,. Hrodoriok, froe miner'H cor*
tttloaU) N<>. BOIIKIand for Geo. Krodorlck,
froe iiiinur'n inirtitlvate No, nttlmJ, iiituml
sixty days froi'n tho date hereof, to apply
to .the Mining llecordur for a Certiiicate
of Improvements, for the purpose of obtain
ing a Crown Grant of tho above lelnlm-
^nd further tako notico that action under
suijtlonJtimust bc cnmiuuncou. before the issu
ance of sueh CortlBcafc of Improvomonta.
Dated imn'18th day of June, 1903.
C. deB. GREKN
HetWCejl-ililBI!  fM|i  <"■" "B«m,
uit_«tli the Illinois Central will
sell round trip tickets from Oregon and Washington point* to
Chicago, Cairo, Memphis and
New Orleans at GREATLY
REDUCED KATES.
Tickets good for three
mon ths. Going limit ten days.
Returning limit jten days aftef1
starting west. Stop over privileges Wilier way, west of the
Missouri Hiver.
Sale dates are arranged tobe
convenient for delegates to con-
entioiiH of National Educational Association at Boston; Elks
at llaliiniore; Woodmen at In-
linnapolis; Eagles at Now York;
Shriners at Saratoga; Kn^gjjts
if Pythias at Louisville iiiid
Commercial Travelers at Indi-
anajiolis. ■'.'
You can take your ehoice bf
Sixteen Different- Bviulcs.
Write,us. We will eheeViully
givoybit anydetailed ihformii-
tioiiyou want. .   .     ^.. :■
B. II.TiitMinnJ,    \''
Commercial Agent.
M2 Third St.
Portland, Oregon.
MINERAL ACT.
Certlflcate   of   Iiiipt-uvenients
province except for public works
properly chargeable to1 capital.
11. The I'etwinit'lg of the
resources of theprovince. iis an
asset for the benefit of the
people und tukiiig effective
nieasures to prevent the alienation of the pubHcdoiuain except
for actual bona fide business Or
industrial purposes. |iutting an
end to1 the practice of speculiitr.
ing in connection with the
samo." ,v
12 The construction and
maintenance of roads through*
out the province to aid in tlie
development of tbe mining and
agricultural districts.
T. II. Keai a well knowti mining operator; formerly df Koss-
lahd, recently organized it company in Ctticago for the purpose
of operating the Betts and
Hesperus, two well known
claiins on Hardy mountain
about four miles from"Grand
Forks!' The' new corporation,
which is capitalized at' one million dollars, in nhares of one
dollar, will utiW-tdevelopment
work immediately:' The officers
are wealthy bwWftess men of
ChicAgo, the preHdetit' being
Chiirles J. MncGeeV* President
MacGee will arrive shortly to
Tnspec't the pirb|ft!rty,' which has
dWftys lieett rtigitrded as (vproin
ising one. About two hundred
feet of' cirossi-ntu and surface
work performeiMJy the former
owners has' opened up some
rich bodies of sulphide ore.
MrlRea-wiH personally' direct
the development work, which
at the outset will consist of wur-
fttice stripping with a view
iif opening up a glory hole
similar to those at (.ranby iintl
Snowshoe mines. It is his* intention to make a tmielter test
at an early date, The new company is the Hesperus Gold *ahd
Sulphur MineS Company.
WO-JPIOD.
H. 11. and HuiiIiki.ink Mixrkal Claims.
Situate In the Kettle River Mtnlntr Dlvlilon
of Yale Dlstriet. Where looated: In
Commrmwoalth Camp.
TAKK NOTICK Hint. I. ICirbes M. kVrbj\'n»
n* agent for Iti'twrtS.. llayeK, free minor's
IlitiiiAtu.Vn. • MHO i •■nl riin-h [{Ujlrl fnro minor's coriilicniii So. iiJUiit, liituiul sixty days
from i lie.iln In herunf. toapply In the Milling
Itocordcr foraCurtitllrntit of Improvements,
fur the'-iuninsfc of obtaining » Crown'Grant of
tlio nliove cluims.
And  nrlhcr lako notico thnt nclion. under
ftiulion XI, iiins|,  ho commenced  liufi.ru the
is'Uulce of mlAlt Certiiicate of Iniprnvnitiuuln
Hated thin llth day -it May, mn
i'0ItHK8JJ.'KKUHV...
Agent.
Tickets at Low Rates to the East
'   VIA
Tlie Cbicaqo. Milwaukee & St.
u    Paul Bailway.
Will.be on sale at all' ticket
offices oii June 4th and 5th,
lime _4th to; :10th, inclusive;
July 15th and lfith, aud August
25th and 28th. • -d
Tickets good for going passage for ten days from date of
sale, with final return limit of
90 days, from date of sale.
For further information address
H. S. Rowe,
General Agent.
Porttend\Oregotl.
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Why you nhmilil huy
FAIR   PLAY
CHEWING
TOBACCO
BROAUSK it Is the lieal.qiii.IUy
BECAUSE itis tiitiHtlasting chew
BECAUSE it Ib the largi-Ht high giade
lOoraOe. plug
BECAUSE lhe' taan are vuliinhle fnr
piciiiiiitnuntil Jail'.i, i 906
BEtiAUSEymit' ili-nlir la litUhnHwd
tn I'efunil, vou r   tiiiuii'V
nil nre lint satisfled.
THE BMPIKE TOBACCUCO, Ltd.
Imported
SENTINEL"
No. UOO, English   Stud   Book.
By "HAWK8Y" Ool of
,"f AIR BENT"
Will stand at Rock Creek
Hotel   for   service   of   mares,
SEASON OF 1903.
TERMS: $15 for the Reason,
$20 to insure, $5 to be paid at
time of service.
"SENTINEL"
is a seal Brown, stands 15 hands
2 inches, weight llOO pounds.
As may be seen by reference to
the pedigree, this horse comes
of the best blood of the English
throughbred and Was selected
by Ool. Dent of the British Remount Department purposely
for breeding to Cahadian mares
With the intention of producing
remounts and high class drivers, i"'■■'<* ■
Free Pasturage for Mares.
For particulars apply to
ILS. PITTENDRIGH,
Rock Creek, B. (J,
TAKE NOTICE
Thnt M) ImyK from the date hei oof, I intond
to apply to tho Chief Coniihifuilonor of l,and»
and1 works for permMoh to purohimo 180
aereaof liind.holng the south weet J of Sue,
HonX), TnwiiKhlpIt).
Dated thin lllth dly of Mny, im.
H. W. Yates.
C. doll. Oroon,
Agent.   ,
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2*«
Carrying His Majesty's Hails
■Will feav^'MIDWAY on Tuesdays, Thurs.
days and Saturdays, at 8.30 a. nv, arriving at
CAMPMcKINNKYat5p.n1.
Returning will leave CAMP McKINNEY on
•Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a. m.,
reaching MIDWAY at 1.30 p. in., and making con-
nection with the train going east at 2:05 o'ejjock,
The beat of aooommodatlon for
tho oonvenlenoe of the
travelling pubNo.
ti filEYERHOFF,^ PR0RR1EIOR.
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Designs
COPVRKIHTt *c.
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Quickly iwcertiilil ^mr oiiliiliin free whrtlier an
UiveiiHon li protiaWy imitnlable. CompiaaMa.
ttoiiiMcttymiiniionti-t. Ilandtxiokonl'iitanu
rent ma. Cfldeal npeupy for ■eeurlniijiatent-.
I'nunU taken thiomrli Munn A Co. rucelvt
i^riiilaotlcf. wlltiout chnretr, In the
Scientific American.
I .Anient utr.
„ of liny riclentign journal. Ternn. M •
I011r111011ll11.il. Sold byall nilWKtoi'ler-.
A haaSniTirlT Itluiitrated wpekly
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KraiKh Oflice. 629 P Ht. WithtMlon. I). II.
The Canadian Bank vf Commerce i
With Whioh is Incorporated
The Bank of British Columbia,
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.
CAPITAL $8,700,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, Pros.
Rtsr, $3,000,000,
B. E. WALKER, Gen. V,gr,
CKETS
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-Ito anu fkom a Mr-
Points  East
VJA       ■..:.., '.;,■:
HENRY F, MYTTON,
Manager Greenwood Branch.
AT
Northern
Railway
SHORT LINE
TO
Spokane, StaUle ani Coast Points,
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago
AKtt TOWTH KA8T
2Wmemkmm Staailir ft
m*mm*  Tlm*  Z
New Equlpmtnt Throughout, Dajr Coachas.
PalaeOuitf Totrlal Sleeptn, Dlnlngtni
Buffet Smoking Library Can.
Kor Tldkctn' Itnlot. KoMom and Knit
Information, call on or n-ldrmu
Any Aftntoftkt Or»l Naritara
tr "vrltn • •   ■'-
A. II. O. IIKNNrnTON, O, W. P. A.
tiltVlrxtl Avenue. Skitti.f., Warii.
HEADQUARTERS FOR RAILROAD, MINING AND COMMERCIAL H
Best Hotel in  Midway
Crowell's Hotel
"■y
Rigs to any paK oflhe country foi^tie^ Convenient
'***»« -KAJJULa J
S. A. CROWELL,
PROPRIETOR liox McDonald, of  Phoenix
[in Midway on Friday.
Lj- ghiwer of thin town in
[ili»,- hii vacation at Pair-
iind Mr». J. H, Bush, of
,.„y, spent, the Int and 2nd
[ami Forks.
Blythe, of J|ook Creek,
Iken charge of Ii E. Salter's
L room.
and Mrs. S. T. liarsen
visiters  to Midway   on
Iptlny*
I mul Mi*. J. M. Bulger, of
|n, visited Mrs. A. C. Mesker
Ift the week.
Ive   Johnson      of   Rock
whipped «  far load or
froni 'the   depot, here on
[lny.
Itist cin' of ore sent to the
(smelter oy the Providi-n
Ig company from its mine
[(ireenwood gave returns
rate of $225  per  ton.
let weight of ore was 37,-
|hs„ the gross  value   of
ww $4,250,27.   The min*
lei intents  per  ton   were:
I1.IM iff.., silver 'MAM oz., and
J.8 per cent.        ':■
apor.ta hold at Camp Me*
by mi Doniinion Day were
littended and successfully
Itl out, The tug-of-war was
List contested item on the
raiiiine, a team from the
Bug district o^,Anarchist
ptain, south east of that
b, having most j, stubbornly
luted with loenRiiiinois for
•rize iu this event. After
(■iug" for an hour and a
|or, until the teams could
|ttIc hut lie on thc rope, the
i gained and maintained ai
iitage whicli secured folia hiird-foiight victory.
II. A. King, wife of the
known stationer of Ureen
died  suddenly   ut   two
ck   Wednesday   morning.
| tie ceased lady worked up to
light   preparatory  to tiling    the   celebration    at
hi) Forks and shortly -after
ling ahe became, suddenly
■She   complained   of   her
baud hefore medical aid
I lie summoned death came.
es the bereaved husband
I King leaves a family of
[daughter* and one Hon by a
ler marriage.   One of the
thtcrs Mra. J. D. Sword was
pug with them during Mr.
rtls absence in Alaska.   The
rul took plaee to the Green-
cemetery Friday   after-
liUUa  lll_li_.i
Anyone wishing
to purchase horses
will find it to their
interest to inquire
of J.A. COULSON
one and a half miles
from Midway, or
Dispatch office.
Should aend Exhibit,
l« agent-general, J. H. Tur-
■writes to the'; department
Vicultiire calling special atlon to tlie circumstance that
Royal Horticultural So-
] will hold ah exposition at
Iwiek onSeptember 29 and
Id October 1st. He points
lhc desirability of the prov-
|scii(liii|r ail exhibit of fruits
pgetableB. if the exhibit
j>t, special prominence will
|ven to it in the miscollnn-
i *le\iartmeut,. and tho ut-
jwiro will be taken to have
|cetl htifo,.,, the puhlic, Mr.
w thinks that eventually
the supply of fruit ex-
'the local demand of the
pnee a lucrative business
Y established in that line
Britain. Fruit growers
Invited to soiid specimens
podepai'tiuentwith particu-
[attachod, which will sup
lent the exhibit sent by the
ptinont.
i       —■—**-•<	
P°" L Pedlar, Eye Specialist,
J make hig regular visit at
I Drug Store here on July 8.
Pni"K) and July0. (till 12.A.M.)
hu suffer from headaches or
' discomfort of any kind*do
' fail to consult him and ro-
Vo a "Wiled examination by
-jnost .perfect testing appli-
r* *''at solonwhiw produced.
I-Pointments may'be made in
jvance at the Drug Store.
15. Jacobl, the well known
uewsp)ipoa correspondent will
leave for Victoria shortly.
During his recent visit there lie
made an upnngemluit to join
,the B. C, Mining (lieeord. If
after three mouths tliisarrange-
liient i.s satisfactory, to' both
parties Mr. Jacobs will acquire
an interest in the business and
becomo permanently associated
with that journal. During Mr.
Jacobs' six years Residence iu
the lionndary he did good work
in bringi.ig the resources of the
Boundary to the notice of the
readers of the various mining
journals and newspapers for
which he acted as correspondent. He intends to retain this
connection and is at present
preparing a series of articles on
mining and allied subjects for
the Engineering Magazine of
New York. He will also write
some articles for the Engineering and Mining Journal uf New-
York. That Mr. Jacobs' gootl
work has been appreciated by
the mining men of the district
is shown by the fact that when
he announced his intention of
leaving the district, a Nattering
letter of appreciation was presented to him by the mining
men of the district
d.H.BUull
*
GENERAL    BLACKSMITH
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
Ul Kinds aT Wort BuoM ti lb Sitisfittim tt (totalis
IMMENSE
OPPORTUNITY.
Por Getting a Beautiful Watch
and Chain Free.—No Money
Required—Every Man, Woman, Boy* or Olrl has the
same Opportunity under our
System.
In iirilir tn hn.»* Dr, Aruold'n Kng*
Huh Tmln PHI* plnccil in thr IihiiiN nf
nil iieimm-i wtlti-rinii front lmd h'-nlth
me ma-* the fnllowiiiK most lihrntl
offer :—
If )im will *end ui four n»nn» him)
■<ldirt-a« end tgtee In aril for U* twrlvr
bote* nf Or. Aniiild'-. KnalJrh Tnxin
'PHIa nt 25r. wrhni, we will (five ynn
absolutely Free a beautiful Watch
and Chain in either Ladii-s or (ii-tnn
»iw*, or-y«Hir choice of twenty other
premium" mieh twHni> arU of Jewelry,
HiiiKS Vi»Hnn, Mnndnlina, T-.-i Seta,
Huleen SWirta, Catneraa, etc. Hetin-in-
ln-r we don't want any money until
after ynn m-tt the PUN and ynu dnn't
hnve In aell any mnre than 12 Imixc* In
eel. the preiiiiimm. Thia ia a Imim flcli*
olfer frntn a reliable concern that Imn
(riven thonaanda nf dollara wnrth of
mrniitmis tn agent a all nver the rutin
try, KWnemher also that Dr. Arnold's
KiikIIhIi Toxin Pitts nr*- ft well known
remedy for all diaeaaes nf the kidm-ya
and Madder, Bright'* dlseake. dialietea,
rhentnaliani, m-rvniM tlotlbl.a, anil
female complaint", and are for aale hy
all Hr»t I'lasa drugKlst* and deiilera in
all pari* of the world, Ynn have only
to show Ihem to aell them, Yon are
nntotfering something that the people
don't, know, Our watches nre the
regular alandanl ai'/,o fnr Ladies or
Gentlemen In Nitkel or Gun Metal
Onsen with handsome ilhitninnted dials
and' reliahle time-keepeta, watches
such ns no lady or gentleman tjml lie
ashaincd to carry, and they will . he
gent ivbai'lnlely Free In all who set
nnly twelve hoxes of thine wonderful
Tnxin Pilla. Write at once and lie the
Hrst in Vonr locality to earn one of
those beautiful watches and chain. A*
mimi'm we receive yonr letter or post,
card wc will aend yon post, paid twelve
laixea, together with our Illustriitert
Catalogue and heautlfnllv colored card
with your namo and address on aa nor
nutborlied agent. Bear in mind thai
ynu will not lie naked In sell any mote
lhan the 13 hoxea and we don't want
any money until after you have sold
litem'. We hoar all,'tha '.expanse and
are rtltly tnaklnft thia liberal offer «« a
niethntt of advertising Dr. Arnold's
English Toxin PHIa. Don't delay,
write at once and earn a beaut if ul present for yourself for Christmas.
Address
ARNOLD MEDICINE CO., Dept. 118
goAdelalde St. Em,Toronto, Ont.
BICYCLE AND
MACHINE REPAIRS
PAINTING
AND
SIGN
WORK
MIDWAYAND
GREENWOOD.
&
SKATES
SHARPENED
Maynard
T* WALKER,  PROPRIETOR.
Boooks*
Magazines
I and Stationery
All the best   brands of Cigars and
Tobaccos kept in stock.
tarBRANCH MONEY ORDER OFFICE OF THE
DOMINION   EXPRESS   COMPANY
"Profitable Poultry Farming"
(revised edition.) 1ms been received nt tliis office from tlie
chief of the poultry division,
department of agriculture, Ottawa, It is n , bulletin of 48
pages delcribiiig the construction of poultry houses, the feeding of poultry, the hatching,
retiring, fattening and marketing of chickens, and also the
diseases and parasites of poultry. The bulletin is a complete
poultry guide ; it is filled with
practical information and is
well illustrated. "Profitable
Poultry Farming" will be mailed free to auy address on application to Ottawa. Postage is
not required when writing for
the bulletin,
fyJcUiOl) * BROWN.
B.vRuiBTBRs. SoMorroHS, Etc,
Ghkknwood. h. c.
Chas. A. Webster,
PROMOTER INVENTOR, DESIGNER,
Spokane.Wash.. U.S.A.   Midway, B C.
C.J.LEGGATT,
BARRISTER AT LAW, ,
SOLICITOR anu
NOTARY PUBLIC.
MIDWAY, 11. C,
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
; TCTlinmnj Miirnir. nl Vmlr. nnd M. .1. Mnr-
imtv. latfofViiilr.lt. C.
Siiir:
Yon nre herMiv noitlti'rl that 1 havo
mxmrl.il lliw Hllllilral Hollars llllw.M in an-
«oi«int<*tit xxnrk on ttin "l,ii<*Vy -llm" Mlni-ral
t'tatni. •HiMin mn Mrrr. Creok In tho lliwin.
-~»t ^tliiimr lll\ Nlon nf Yal« lll-trlot In Brit-
Mi.Cnliimhla.tn hoi I <ald rlalm lor tho year
enitiiiK Octulivr,. 10th, 1901. and a further
<iitli.,IOiioHii|«lnil Dollar* (IKO.iMl InnKuiii,
•uwni work to ln.1,1 mild olalm for tho yoar end.
|nt;l>'liilwr Wth. ml, and havo furthor tt-
liendcil tho aum of Klv« Italian (J.1.0UI In re-
ronlioK «ld awk'UHiiionl- In order ts hold mid
claim undor tho provWoim of Soction 21 of
tlie Mineral Aet.
And It within iilnotr Axytx atltir the pulill'
ration of thin ii'ilUjo.Tou.nr cither of you fal
or rofnw lo pny or coiilrlliulo yonr iwrlloi
of the expenditure n-qutrcil umlor Mid «ri
tii»M.thatl«Ui*iay,th« nald Tliiiinaii Mnr
ray in lhe -nun of *M.I6 and the wiiil M. J
Mnriarty in Uio -iuin of HM. loitethcr with
yonr portion »f all eonti of ndVrrll«liiK. the
luiemit nf nuoh of yon as fail or refiino lo
contribute your portlou of nald oxponillture
andonatiiafadvortliiing. ahall hwhtilo verted
In tho nnhocrlhor lyour co-nwnor) ilndor ate.
tion 4 of tho "Mlnoral Aot Amendment Act
imn;
ll.ited at Camp McKinney. B. 0„ thin iflrd
day ot June. IW3.   I.Mt Imun Sept. nth, WW.
J. A. IIAI.ANIIKII.
Henry Nloliiilron, Notary 1'iiMlc,
p# M. KERBY,
A. M. Can. Soc. C. E,
Provincial Land   Survkvok
AMI
CIVIL   ENGINEER.
Midwav and (Ihkknwimhi.
DR.   SIMMONS-
dentist,
Rkndell Block, Gkeknwooo
Phone 06. T. • N.
J. S. HARRISON.
SOTARY PUBLIC,
REAL ESTATE,
APPLICATIONS MADE FOR CER
TIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENTS
ANlf CROWN GRANTS OF PRE
EMPTIONS AND MINERAL CLAIMS
MIDWAY. B. C.
Reduced Summer Excursion
Rates.
The Denver & Rio Grande,
popularly known iw the "Scenic
Lineof the World,"htis announced ipejktly reduced round-trip
rates'&om Pacific Coast points
for the benefit of teachers who
wijl BUeiitl their vacation in the
East, and of delegates to all the
prortiinent Conventions—N, E.
A., at Boston: A. O.U. W.,at
St. Paul: B. P. 0. E„ tit Baltimore; Wooiliney of Amerii-n
at Indiiiniipolis; Eagles, at
Now York; Mystic Shrine, at
SaratoKii Springs; K, of P., at
Louisville, and T. P. A., at, Indianapolis.
Tickets at the reduced rates
will bo bused upon one fare for
tbe round trip, but will be sold
only on certain days. These
ickcts will carry stop-over
privileges on the going trip,
giving passengers an opportunity tii visit Salt Lake City,
Glenwootl Springs, Colorado
Spring** nnd Denver; and will
be good to return any time
withiu ninety (!)0) days. Passengers going via the Denver
& Rio Grande are giving the
privilege of returning via a different route.
For the rate to the point you
wisli to go, and for dates of sale
and other particulars, as well
tm for  illustrated pamphlets,
write , .
W. C. MoBRIDE, Geni'inil Agent,
121 Third St. Portland, Or.
Spokane Falls &Northern
Railway Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard
Railway Co.
Red Mountain Railway Co.,
Washington & fi. M. Ry.,
Van., Vic.&E.Ry.&N.Co.
Thf only nil mil rmitf In-twi-i'ii
points t>ii!.t, wi'ni nml KOiit.lt, t.o Hnss
l.iml, Ni'lsnli, UihikI Korku ninl Itopttli-
Iir. I'oiiiicntli at SpoUiini' witli llif
(JioiU Nonlictti, Nortlii'tti Patilflu nml
0. il. k N. (!n. ftir point.* cum, wi*«t
uml .smith ; coiinWits nt Hns-liinil mul
Nelson with tin* (jitnmilan Piiiilli- Hy.
( oniHMit-i nt Nvlniin with till) K. II. * N
I'n, fnr Kiiulo nml Slornn |>oliit«.
('(iniici'tn nt   Cnrliiw  with  »t«*ni fnr
Oruuiiwoml iiiid Mlilwny II. C.
Iliifl'i-t 1'iim rim on  triilim IkiIwwii
S|>i>Uiiiii! nml Ht'iiulillr.
EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 22, 1902:
Unx.1. Arrlvu,
)).'_:, 'Lin  SP0IC ANK      J'.*'! p,.ilti
HI.IA n.in    ROSSliANI)      ,5.ltl|ini,
7,l«i n.m NHI.80N      S.mp.ni.
ll,(Kin,in OHANII K0I1KS....    I.IKIp.iii,
IU5ii.hi  BBPUIIIJO.   ...      .-.Iilp.ni
EC.   A.   JAOBSOJT,
Ooiinml PnxtoiiRer Annul.
Himkatiu Wiwh.
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICK Hint 110 ilnyn from llioilntn
lirronf Hiilt'iiittnn|i'ilylnlhc  ('hluf Oom
nil.rrnliiiiiir of IjuiiIh nml Wurka for iirrmlmilDil
tn pun-hum Ttt nci'es nf Innil III Tnwtinlilj Ot,
OanytWH tMatrlot, liogliinllignlr n pnal.iin.IJiB
mifthbonmlnry   oft'.  Orctin'a   iiro-oinpMon;
Ihcnoo north 10 clinlna, trait» oltnlfla, anulli
10 rhaliia. nnst m ,-liniiw.
Dntwl thia Mill day of April, A, II., IIKfl.
n. W.NEAVES.
0. dull. flliKEN, Agont
i Riverside Hotel
Rock Creek, B, C.
3 T liKUM, Prop
Vi* •;i';', ..   ■■   '  ( v,;>v..>',i;Wi'f    '      >'•>'■■
-^i_i>^i___ijJXL: V= tiicjj _j
Stuppiiiif plnte forStngeH to
ntnl finin all Boundiify
Oreek points.
&ood Aeeommodation for the ..Traveling Publie.
OFFICIAL PROGRAM
DOMINION DAY CBLEEBATIC N
AND
GREAT SUMMER FAIR.
AT
Qrand Forks,  B. C, July
ist. and 2nd., 1903.
$2,500 IN PRIZES $2,500
WEDNESDAV,    JULY  1
MOKSINO
Arrival of itpuRitil traimi over
thruu linoiof railways.
Athletic Sports
9:30 a. in.—Program of Children's RuceH and other Atliletic
Sports, Bridge street.
Baseball Tournament
12 noon— Utweball Tournament - oil the grounds of the
Grand Forks Driving Park and
Athletic Association, Ltd.
Purse $100, 01*111 to all teams.
AFTKKNOON
Horse Racing
First event called lit 2 p. in
sharp at the race track.
No. 1—Running,   \ mile   dash.
Purse $40.
Xo. 2.—Running } mile.   Purse
$250.
No. 3.—Running,  J mile. Purse,
$175.
No, t.~Ktmning, Grnntl Forks
Derliy, 1 mile. Purse iiUOO.
No. 6.™Cowl-oy's Unen, IMH) yds.,
two turns, $10 in prizes;
entriince free,
EVENING
Theatrical
8 p. in.—Grand production of
Gilbert & Siilliviins famous coniic opera, 11. M. S.
Pinafore at the opiuti
house.
THURSDAY,   JULY 2
MORNING
Firemen'* Tournament
9:30 u. 111.—Firemen's Tournament on Bridge street.
Open. Hub and hub race,
distance 150 yds.; reels to
carry 200 feet of hose. First
prize $75; second prize $25.
Wot Test.-Distance 100
yards th hydrant, teams to
lay 150 feet hose and get
water. First, prize $75,
second prize $25.
LOYI) A. MANLY,
President.
AFTERNOON
Horse Racing
'2 p. m. at race track.
No. 6.— Gentlemen's      Saddle
Horse Race, \ mile, owners
.    up.   Purso $40.
No. 7.—Running \ mile, boats,
best two in three.   Purse
$250.
No. 8.—Pony race, \ mile H\
hands and tinder. Purse $30
No. ftr-Seagrani Gup, distance J
inile, all ages. Winner of
Grand Forks Derby to carry 5 jpounds additional
weight, For ti cup valued
at$5!)0(loii!itedby.I.ESea-
grtini, of Waterloo, Out.,
und$300 cash added by the
association. Cup to be
won two years consectitiv-
ly by siiiiu' owner to become private property.
Purse divided;
No. 10.—Cowboy race, \ niiltJ,
onotiirn.Purso$20:fifst $15,
second $■">.   Entrance free.
No. ll.r- Consolation race, A
suitable purse will be offered by the association
for competition by all horses which have not won
lirst or second money .at
this meeting. Post entries
free.
Horse Exhibits
- Pnradobeforo thegraut! stand.
Liberal cash prizes will be ollor-
ed in   the    following   classes,
namely;
Best thoroughbred stallion.
Best saddle horse.
Best standard  bred  stallion.
Conditions: Four to enter in
each competition. Prize in each
class $10.
EVENING
Firemen's Ball
!) p. m.—• Firemen's ball at opera house.
W. A. HARKIN.
Secretary,
- M.I       'Ol
1 ii,i   '   '■■illJM-tL*?: Ill fl) iDHt i'O I OPt-
ant Railway Centre Id tod
Interior of British Columbia.
It is in the centre of a
rieh Mining, Stoek-Baising-
facturing* Coal Producing,
and Railway District.
Midway property
make you rich.   It is not,
a speculation, it is an in*
I
• # •
1
Midway, tke cooing nil-
way, commercial, whole.
sale aid laiufaeturiDg
centre of the Kettle River
and Baudary Creek Dis.
triots, is situated at W.
confluence if Boundary
Cnek and Kettle Itiver.
The leading aside dn
town ia the country, with
ai excellent climate, pure
water supply, and surrounded by rieh agricultural laid.
A. M. WOVENDEN, Sec.,
HO St .Fiihn Street,
Montreul, P. Q.
Business, residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.     Send for maps, prices, and full particulars to
1
jver
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
0. M. CHOPS!!,
Agent for Ilritish CulmnM-,,
Midway. II. V.
'i__m
72 PIECES OF
NEWSHEIT MUSIC
FREE
He«abollm«n-«.,Ti>(in-iMi*iiB(t-M IU* ll
___t^X"__- l*OMt«*lBioslnoa_utoVlau7tli*
bm*«ulliB»««rewoniliTfurnSill«f"t»
SS_llSJ?.?.l?tJI,M'Si_-1i■ »?•**« *eeam re*
temerate • tt m-orWUu. It iimi qaHttoii-
Kr~[£''.°7">-. ." """Lthtmmtmaamxtiaa.
nonulp miof citl-t for lUBMmbm. In tdillUftn,
AMERICA'S
BEST
Edltortlly Fearless.
Conaiatently RepuMICM.
• New* from nil of the world-Well
WHtlon, original atorioa-Anawara
to qiu-rliiK- Artlclca on Health, Ihe
Homo, New Hooks, aod on Work
About tlio Kurtii And Garden.'
•■■ '',v.-: -''im'"     ■     '
Tbe Weekly Inter Oeean
"•HM
Is a momlier of tho Annoelitod Pram,
tho only Wo-torn Niw«r*per reetlr-
Inn tho enllrti tolmimphlc new- aarr-
Ice of the Now York Mun ami upeclal
oaMeiif tho New York World-dally
report* from over tMoepMlal oor-
. impo-idaM* throughout the couotir.
YEAR  ONEdOUAR
Sitboerlbo for THK nMI-ATl'H and
Tho Veekly Inter IN-eaa yaat
both paper* for M.SO.     ,
STRAYED.
Oamo to the preniUm of the iindoralKiii-d.
one whit* oa-r-um*, with gliuw 170 aod hronded
i-s—. on right hip. Owner can have lame by
paring tho coal, of thin advertlmnnntand wintering, oIIhji v lee if not clnlmed within TD
day* the mmo. wIM bo uold to par •ipen-on,
C, W. HOZIKR,
Rook Creek,B.0.
tflen Wanted <* <* *
To mU for the large Fonthlll nurseries.   Appll
cations 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.
Stone & Wellington.
it WKI.UKGTOK ST. K.
TORONTO. ONT.
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MCBOYLE i. WEST
PJOPRIEW
This well-known hotel has
been re-opened and offers ev-
ry convenience to the travelling public. The building is
newly re-furnished and the bar
is stocked with only the best
Wines Liquors and Cigars.
Excellent meals served in the
dining room.
Make this your   Headquarters
When in Camp McKinney.
W. E.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
To A. W. Hoyd or any pomon or poraona to
whom ynu may hnvir Iriiimferrcd your Intercut
to ln tho "Morning'' Krnoi Inmil Mineral claim,
situate in tlntnp MoKlnnoy, In the Greenwood
Mining DIvlHlon of Yalo IHntrlct.
You aro hereby notified that I hare expanded llltt.jlu In orilor to hold the mid mlnoral
claim iindur tho pr-ivlMotm of thc Mineral Act,
that you Hliould contribute |M.M| ae your portion of tho sniil Hum for your undivided one
third IntercHt lit raid claim and If Within IU
daya of UieSmtlnacnion'of Um date of thin
notice you fuller refine to contribute the anm
of 0-54.10) which Ir now due by yon, together
wilh all eosls ot iwlvertiiiliig. .your intereat in
mid mineral cl ilm will nooome tho property of
thc aubacrlbcr under nection four of an Act en,
titled the "Mineral Ael Amendment Act,"
18UU.
Dated thia 2nd day of June,,IMS,
.OEOIIOB.M.BRNNET
Riverside Nurseries
Orand Fork*, B. C.
nARTIN BURRELL   - f PROPRIETOR.
Home-grown, thrifty, acclimatised trees and shrubs,
Currents, Raspberries, Strawberries, etc.
A fine assortment of Maples, and other shade trees,
Roses. Lilacs, Hedge Plants, other ornamentals.
The m-ciM. ul aiiom* in pl-nilin*. l«, wbht-i« seenrr rhwI -tm k,
HKt'iiNli- tu pli-llt na siKiri sk pimiihlr (iflrr k la-ilug.
Trees ebtafned froi enr wrsery eao b0 planted it
two toys ifl* (key ire Jig.
Price list, ami fnil informMlon promptly glttn.
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BUSINESS COLLEGE
809 Second Ave., Spokane, Wash.
The school where thorough work is done; where the rcasoj
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keeping is taught exactly as books are being kept in basing]
where ShorthaVP is scientific; where penmanship is at l!|
best; where m,erit is the standard;. where the training in Cit
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things well done. Np mortgage can corrupt, no thief *•'■
break through and steal the Knowledge of How to Da Wk^
you know, what a school can do for you by what it has tFone I"
others is it better to trust to luck?, Is it wiser to gtiess?
For detailed information call* telephone or write
THE NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
' . ;. ■   "•'      809 Secocd,Aye., Spokane Wash. |
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