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IttWAT. ItmSH C0LUI1U. SATURDAY.  PEBRtABY. 27. 1*04.
s   MID-WINTER   '
CLEARING
SALE
11.00 per Yttr.
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McNICOL'S
'^ardless of cost we have decided to close
Gin the balance of our Winter Goods, and all
odd lines, which arc bound to accumulate in the
ordinary run of business.
We do not purpose carrying these goods ov-
er until next season, as it would cost us more
than the profit to do so, and so have decided
to give the profit and a little more to our
Customers.
You cannot fully appreciate the GENUINE
BARGAINS offered unless you call and examine them for yourself, and we guarantee you will
be surprised and pleased.
No Hs (topi it Cash Sale Prises.
J. MCNICOL
Crows Rtsi FaM Cotl Company'• out at the recent meeting of the
Prof U. I British Columbia Fniit Grower**
The net proflu of the Crows j A*oc*tio,L   **« growing»ra-
.Nest   Paw Cod   eompanv   ia;10*"*1 importance of the  in*
1903 a*  shown bt  iu  annual |**T*» Wttswwhfcjf the  in-
meeting, amounted to  «310.482. epe***d   "hiptnenta  by freight
which, together with   the  baJ-,*ud e"Prf^   " *** Wtowing
son at the profit and   lot* af. fi«*rw »how;   There were car-
want from 1MB and the sum of ^ hT the C P *■ 'o™. 19&
mZJSX premium   rewired mm **»««■« -**. while in   HB
calls on  Dew stock,   made the1*1'"! tom WfT* SH*** ->n in-
aggregate to the credit   of the,cre*« o/ * F*"r c*nt- H* ]y°miD'
profit aod low account «il74, £*  ^pw»Oo. carried in IW,
53a   Foor qnarterlr dividend* ;70tWM °*frttit*ia IW1 ** ton*'
of 2 aad 1*2 per cent were paid, in   IW>  m tca^ia lftB over
and a hal&nca carried to prottF1*0?*   *** establishment of
aod loa arrant.     During the * t^'* connery in Xew   Waft-
vwr nearly IJflfcOOO  ba*beeolB1,m*t<?ri'**m^' *hkh ^
-pent a plant development aod j employ  forty   to   fifty  hand*
machinery, adding to tbe effici-!darm* *•   ***>*<   ^^   w,!l
euey and'opacity of the mines.I"8 -J™*6™ » MAe* for their
 ^_,  surplus fruit.
Senator Claim UtfHag WelL       At 'hfl Jtfweat time   British
Die Senator claim, which was °<**ml»* ^ practically rtdea
bonded ov the Granbv company ?he "■** ™ f«r ««! * C*]'
some months ago, from Omm «***    rbe    market*    of tbe
reason   Hnd    a*s«ctateet    is Northwest,   though   vast   and
turning oat well   Tlie company Ms*****   are  rtmy  scattered;
l«« 14 men developing the pn> Winnipeg » the  gre*t   whole*
perty  and n   sending   out bv *»k <*ntre, and w of mrt   rw
team to the BatiunuUen nomf I*****?*   *** "   «>«p   ir:'"
one car erf ore a dav. which iw'the a******** of fruit grow-
shipped    to     the ' company"* er* aii over ?he ™b<id^- <'"•■'
smdter   for    treatment.   Pre-  e^uenll-v tbe rompeutioc tbew
parations   are  being   made to  ;i W'   0rJer* an? h*',n* rv"
ship po as moth larger mk a* w*?ed &ora AP*^*  Haw"''
tlbeC. P. EL continue the Bath- tb,ti»-8™ **?**'  «r;d e^**9
-k-n .   ..... ,. .l-    *,    „ . ■ l  were made Uot  fail to  ret   <*
r?j ...-u -pur to tne mine, v,aicc °
-nlii»;»A.«»m»J. ^.,,j^ BwowH  in  Britain.   On   (>ct.
w l. e.* in .lie iv-.irs-e v. a couple .
„„r.i,      Tk—    ;-     ^,   <»   1 Sth last   Messrs.   Stiriing aul
ormontlts.    lner*j-  is   ..ire   en* ...
-.- -•.. ;.   : ,i., ,   «.„i.„ -s,;^„ ,„, nt«?Ajrn of Kelowna shipoed tne
oagn m -:^r>t K make shipment • t -
• mt m tens per fay. fapr rarlofid of Bnl;s:   ! L"in'
bia applet, wnsisting of Spies-,
Bakiwins, Ontario* and (rtjiaij^
Had» to tbe British market.
They arrived iu EScsgow or.
November 9th, in fir»t-ck<.*.
ctindition and were sold at an
average price ct about 6& p-er
box. while E^*-Tern ('anadii apples were selling' -in the same
ptaoeat shoot one doiiar per
^^ barrel kss, Dgoring three and
-ine half boxes to the barrel
However when the antra freight
shipment
Bsrifing Fill ihsL
.- Granny ?:nelter is run-
:, : Mast now. and the six
- j:e al work smelting
. "  tons   p*rr day, *vi*.h
f . I -r-- ;j   sight  to   keep
: :_z"z.\fiz ■: their  fnil ca-
, :i.y.'   J..'.,-.    More ctif-
re is ; eing created at   th
it   time   than   ginee
iPHPP!liW.!IWffWy
Take Care of Those Lungs.   |
i u
This is the time of year
mean a serious
when a little cough   may
illness,   if neglected.
open!-.: •::' the smelter, became
of  the   need  of  flaxinsr   ores. 	
T\.c-m u___,io -.____,.*„ ttr^'mr, wA-tgt* to Montreal w#re   de-
laesmeiter L? treating ore trom °
 i t- i..„,i  _•  „ l   ■,__   ducted, the   net returns   were
:*ie^ erau aoasmaa mines be^vdes
the Ore Denoro, the Emma, the hspil.v satjsfiastoiy. Enquiries
Athr:-:an*Jackpot aod other are D0W ^^ received from
Summit camp propertie*. 'other firms wbo »w the Brit-
fhere is no shortage tA coke, as. '*fa Columbia fniit aod leaned
the quantity beicg brought in ]t ?arc first-class satisfac-
is cMtskierahly more than is re- tion, so that it is thought
quired for daily consumption, that if more and larger sbip-
thos ;.-iviiiag furplus in case menu were sent foward, better
of an emergencr. prices would be realiied.   Con*
 , *. .cessions in the way   of freight
Work (M3 Grtflby Taanti  is Pro- rates will evidently have to be
greirtnf. obtained, if this export trade ts
Wrk on the New Xa i tunnel oi the Granby mines, whirh
wa.? started some  little   rime
to be developed-   ^^^^^^^^
That the   British   Columbia
growers labor under disabilities
„     a      .   au~ .„. similar to those of the eastern
a«o. i* proceeding steauiiv, aad .   , .
i_   «_    • .■_. 1cn *__. truit men. is shown bv the fol*
■ ce race is dvt abont 150 fe«t .      /.     ,
. i    t„'- ...~~_-i lowing ust mentioned ov   Pres-
frora toe  rortAi.   Ims tunneL ,,"*,,      ,,   .    ,.    •
. . ■ .  ,   .      ,_. .„, _, . (._._, ident   Metcalfe in bis  opemni:
which is being anreo on a nve ,,                                  Ir^ *
r-r cent beiitie. will reach th
300 foot levei   'A tee Old Iron
Our White Pine and Tar Compound
and
Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil
Still hold first place as curers.
address. ■m^mmmn_\Tlt______M_____WW\
Firs': The lack of co-operation
d the part of our grower? in
•hipping, marketing and main-
.Vi-.w that plenty of ears are      --   —        ,       ° -
from !,eiiaao* °*- prices, the punrlia.se
of package*. pap>er, spraying
materials, and redress of grievance*.
Second:   We suffer, as   fruit
erowers, from the ?enerai lack
availabl
tne A-h'\
ton eamp
ier    T we
ore shipments
itan mine, in Welling*
are somewhat hear-
ity hordes  are haul-
- :- 'Hi  tae  mine   to
W
in
iie a*
r^x
Thomas Drug Co.     Midway    1
when.'?    shipments   are
to both the  Gtmt
Greenwood      si
e H.   Collins is in active
i-eiueLt of the  property,
some  25   men are em*
of knowledge or want
to
ot eon-
ae benanta of
and &iem   a*     	
Iters.. 'Pra.vbe.''
Third: We need canning and
evaporting factories to take our
surplus fruit, the ripe and lower
grade varieties that will not
ship long distances, thereby
relieving the market* of th^e
qualities offruits. and leaving
he   higher grades and   better
&Hyi^yiju|ii
Miiiiuiti
■ 111 till 1.1 UL
Maj
Fruit Growing in British Colum
bia.
■ uie   fiiguer tirades  ana   tv
,>jaie interesting facts regard- ,-,;•, .,, ^u "or •_.       •
■. - 8 truit.*. to sell at tBCttnseti pr
mg the  fruit industrv   in the'    v„„r,u. vc_,  ~.«     e i
B ■ rourth: >\ e suffer from the
^
jrairie prorinee were   brought
0»tni»*i fxam Pug» i ®hc jUtepatclj M^^____________i_____i_____M
CM. CROUSJ5'.:."...rl*llto''imdProprieU«.
Published wookly ut Midway, B. C.
Subscription price, 12.00 per annum, payable
lu advance, elttler yearly or-half yearly at th»
option of the subscriber.
Ail vor Using rates sent on application.
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY W. KIOI.
What Russia is anxious.to
do is to emigrate to a warm
country. She's t'?o big to pen
up in lier  snowdrifts.
Amongst all of Canada's
daily newspapers there is not
one that attempts to give the
news of the day without trying
to make political capital out of
each news items. Domestic
news is twisted and distorted
in every conceivable shape in
an attempt to prejudice the
reader for or against one or
other of the political parties
and the high standing that
Canadians Journaljsm once
held is now sunk so low as to
almost have become a guttersnipe press. Has il come to
such a pass, in this lountn
where all boast of their freedom
in speech and religion, that the
press cannct live with out toadying to every pot-house politician or ballot-box stuffer.—
Blairmore Times.
THE   FEDERAL BYE-ELECTIONS.
On the 16th  inst. elections
were held in eight constituencies for the  Dominion   Parliament,    in Ontario, the vacant
seats were  East Lambtoii and
East Bruce,   In  Quebec,   St.
James  Division of Montreal,
Hochelaga Division of  Montreal, St. Hyacinthe, and Mont-
magny,   in New    Brunswick,
St. John,   in   Prince  Edward
Island, Queen's.    These constituencies, with the exception
of East Bruce and East Lamb-
ton, were formerly represented
by  Liberals.   At the   recent
election St. John N.  B.  went
Conservative by a majority of
274.    Dr. J. W.   Daniel   defeating H. A.  McKeon, who
resigned his position as Solici
tor-General   of New    Brunswick, to contest the seat.    In
1900 Hon. A. G. Bl iir. Liberal,   defeated  Hon.  Geo.    E.
Foster,   Conservative    by   a
majority of 997.    East Lamb-
ton went Liberal in 1896,  and
became Conservative by a majority of 221 in 1900.    At the
recent election the   Conservative   majority    was 558.    In
East Bruce the Conservative
majority at the general   elections of    1900    was   43,   at
the recent election   200.    In
VVest Queen's the Liberal majority in 1900 was 735, at the
recent election   285.    In   St.
Hyacinthe, the Liberal majority in 1900 was mi, at   the
recent election 187.    In Hochelaga Division, Montreal,  the
Liberal majority at the general elections was  635,  at the
recent election    273.    In   St.
JaiDfts   Division,     Montaeal,
the Liberal majority in  1900
was 1641, at the recent election 636.
R. MEYERHOFFS
Carrying His Majesty's flails
Will leave MIDWAY on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 8.30 a. m., arriving at
CAMP McKINNEY at 5 p.m.
Returning will leave CAMP McKINNEY on
Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a. nf,
reaching MIDWAY at 3.05 m m., and making connection with the train going east at 2:05 o'clock.
The best of accommodation for
the convenience  of  the
travelling public.
R. MEYERHOFF, PROPRIETOR.
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ami tell you how you cm get a set for 11 iihtp trifle. Mail us this
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will take every particle of duit and dirt from your ^loore and
woodwork—makes them as clean at a whistle, neat a* a pit
Nothin; so (rood for washing clothe* and dishes.
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With Which is Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia
HEAD OFFICE:   TORONTO.
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Aggregate Resources orcr
... $8,700,000
... 3,000,000
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"LONDON OFF1CE--60 LOMBARD STREET, E. C.
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'Alderman A. McDonald, of
Phoenix, lias iu town to-day.
P. Grahaijt, of the AVateuoo
mine, Camp. McKinney was
among the week's visitors io
Midway.
,C. Johnson, brakeman on the
run between here and Nelson,
took formal leave of the C. P.
B. one day this week.
J. 8. Shaver returned on
Thursday from an extended
trip in the east. On his return
journey he bought a carload of
line cattle and has taken them
out to his ranch at Rock Creek.
M. Burrell, of Grand Forks,
the Liberal-Conservative candidate for the Yale-Cariboo
electoral district was a visitor
to Midway this week sizing up
the political situation. Mr.
Burrell will return later and go
on to Rock Creek and Sidley
where he will hold meetings on
March 3rd and 4th, respectively.
A change was made this
week on the Columbia & Western among the expressmen.
W. McCandlish was laid off and
E. T. Hogle substituted. Mr.
Hogle, although a young man,
has had considerable experience
having for a time been on the
Lake Shore railway and also
performed express duties in an
office in Cleveland, Ohio. He
comes from Jackson, Mich, and
for the past six months has resided at Chesaw. The only
reason that can be surmised
for Mr. McCandlish's removal
is that he is a member of a
union formed some time   ago
was hurt but the panther and I rap for the billet or for the |
Mr. Gastleman's pet dog, which nititiey either, but I object bciu'l
were both killed. Mr. Castle*, made an infernil fool of. Soon;
man went tothe stable iu the] as ynu'was elected by niy hard |
miming to fead his horses working friends ti feller wanted j
and upon opening the door saw '■ to bet me that you wouldn't be!
what he ."ftipposed to be a dog
partly hidden in some hay.
He reached down to touch the
in the house moran a week
before you mode an ass of
^^^^^^^^^^^^^. yourself. I bet him a Cow on
dog when the animal, which j that, as I thought it was worth
proved to be a huge panther, lit then. After I got your note
sprang out and ran down a little ^ayin'you deklined to ackt in
gulch a short distance away.
Mr. Cattleman in company with
his son* James, both armed with
rifles went in pursuit and after
firing several shots, all of which
took effect, they succeeded in
killing the panther. It was
afterwards found that the animal was taking a breakfast off
Mr. Castleman's dog, when he
was discovered beneath the hay
in the stable.
The Mail ahd Empire War News.
People who wish to be posted
on the progress of the Japanese-Russian War should subscribe for The Toronto Mail and
Empire, which will cover the
field with the same thoroughness
that witnessed its handling of
the Spanish-American and Boer
Wars. Not only will the l|Jail
and Empire be served by the
Luff an Bureau aud the Associated Press, but it will publish
the cables of the special correspondents of the London
Times, London Daily Mail and
thfi Paris edition of the New
York Herald.
the matter i druv the Cow over
to the Feller's place an' tole
him he had won her. That's oil
I got by howlin' roeself horse
for you. You not only hurt, a
man's Pride, but yon injure
him in bu/.ness. I believe you
take a pleshir in cuttin' your
best friends, but wate till the
clouds roll by an' they'll cut
you—just behind the Ear,
where the butcher cut the pig.
Yure no mun. Yure only a
tule. Go to hei. I lowers meself
ritin' to a skunk, even tho I
med him a momber cf Parliament"
Russo-Japanese War.
With characteristic enterprise
; the  Winnipeg Free Press has
arranged to give its  readers a
war news service unequaled by
Z'' tt______W_WWm_____w______w_m\any  other    newspaper of   the
by the expressmen.   He was an J DominioPi   It ha8 ma(lc       ial
Obliging 'and.pwMtakiiHS em-;amont8 wkh the Sew
|,loyee and his removal ,s great- j Yq£ Heraid for ft siint)ltaneoUH
Jy regretted by hu, many |publieati(,n of the HemUVs spw.
.friends  here. ial war cables sent by   its  own
Last week a miner named I correspondents from the seat of
Jlefiry Henrikson was taken j war. This arrangement covers
to Ae Phoehix hospital suffer- the entire service of the New
ing from pneumonia He was! York Henrld—its special cablo-
.veriously ill when he reached j grams, its war maps, its il-
the hospital- and gfew stead iiy jlm-tra tions from their artists at
STRAYED.
Came to my place about December 2Clh List.
a while horse, age.l, branded on lift stifle
but brand Is indistinct. If not claimed within
30 days will be sold to pay expenses.
Midway Feb.. 6th, 19M.
J, K. DRKNNAN.
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Good Accommodation for the Traveling Public.
worse, expiring hi that institution on Sunday. The funeral
was held on Wednesday, interment being in the Phoenix
cemetery, Rev. T. Green official
the front, and its special articles
ou the war. The New York
Herald has unrivalled facilities
for procuring the fullest and
latest news, especially in war
The New York Herald's
ing. Henrikson has been a j times,
resident of that camp on and! special cable reports from its
off for three years, being em-j own special correspondents on
ployed at the Granby mines j the ground in the Turko-Greek
just before his death. A year j war, Kitchener's Campaign in
ago he made a visit to his old j Egypt, Spanish-American war.
home in Sweden. He was a j and the British-Boer war, wei e
young man of about 33, and', admittedly the fullest, the most
unmarried, with a brother Hv- vivid and the most reliable of
ing somewhere in Montana.
An accidentoccurred Monday i ...
at Grand   Forks whereby fche h^ence purposes on this
two young  daughters  of Mr. tinent the authoritative records
and Mrs. E. Disney, were  ser- of all these campaigns.
iously injured.   The two girls,
A Business Proposition.
If you are going east a careful selection of your route is
essential te the enjoyment of
your trip. If it is a bmsnesa
trip time is the main consideration; if a pleasure trip, scenery
and the conveniences and i-oni-
forts of a modern railroad.
Why not combine all by using
the ILLINOIS CENTRAL, the
Up-To-Date Road, running two
trains daily from St. Paul ami
Minneapolis, and from, Omaha,
to Chicago. Free Reclining
Chair Cars, the famous Buffet-
Library-Sinoking Cars. all
trains vestibuled. In short
thoroughly modern thorough-
out. All tickets reading via the
Illinois Central will be honored
on these trains and no extra
fare charged.
Our rates are the same as
those of inferior roads — why
not get your money's     worth
Write   for   full particulars.
B, H. Trumbull,
Commercial Agent.
Portland, Oregon
J. C. LlNDSBY,
T.F. &P. A„
Poitlund.Oie.
Paul B. Thompson,
F. & lJ. A„
Seattle,   Washington.
Tourist
Cars East
Many experienced travelers
prefer tourist sleeping cars
for the transcontinental
journey.       The
Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul Railway
can arrange for year trip
eaft in tourist cars, offer you
choice of routes and save
you money.
S. ROWE,
General Agent.
134 Third Street, Portland
any received on the American
continent, and  constituted for
con-
JYJcLUOL) A BROWN,
Bahkistkhs, Solicitors, Etc.
Ohkknwood, B. C.
Spokane Falls Morton
Railway Co.
Nelson & Ft. Siieppard
Railway Co.
Red Mountain Railway Co.,
Washing & G. N. By.,
Van., Vic &E. Fy Co.
The only all rail roote betvveei,
poitits east, west and smith tn Itoss
land, Nelsnn, Grand Forks anil Repnh
lie. Connects at Spokane wilh tlie
Great Northern, Northern Pacific and
O. it. k N. Co. for points east, west
and south j connects at Ros-land and
Nelson with the Canadian Pacific Ky.
Connects at Nelson with the K, K. A N.
Co. for Kaslo anil Slocan points.
Connect* at   Curlew  with  stn-ro  for
Greenwood and Miilway II. ('.
Huff rt   earn   run   on   trulim   lietween
Spokane and Hepnhllc.
EFFECTIVE JUNE 14, 1903:
Fruit Growing in British Columbia.
Continued from page I,
lack of a proper distribution of
our fruits in the different markets we are shipping to.
Fifth: We also require better
facilities in transportation and
lower rates. The express rates
are excessive and the care and
attention given to the handling
of fruit on and off express cars
are careless and unsatisfactory
and ought to be discouraged
and corrected.
Plain English.
A member  of  Parliament in
Australia    recently     received
from an indignant constituent,
who has asked him in vain for
-u»ammtA'f m.ymm,  — „..  ,   "a billet" (a job in politics), the
ience with a panther, which he j following       unique      letter:
care  to repeat, al- "Deer Sur- You're a dam fraud
no  one'and you know it. I don't cure a
Catherine and  Amy, aged  11
and 14 respectively, were riding
on a  toboggan   drawn   by a
horse   and    accompanied   by
several otKer children when the
borse took fright and ran away.
As the horse began to run the
toboggan struck his heels and
the animal kicked.   Catherine,
the youngest one, received a
kick on the side of head just
over the eye, and has been unconscious ever since, and Amy
had her nose broken and was
otherwise badly bruised by be-
in-K thrown against a telephone
pole,    Both were removed to
their home and medical assistance was rendered  immediately.
Lartweek  A. Castleman, of
Boundary Falls, had an cxper-
Chas. A. Webster,
PROMOTER, INVENTOR, DESIGNER.
Spokane,Wash.. U.S.A.   Midway,BC.
Leave
8.45 i.m.. .
10.W a.m..
T.'2n a.m..
10.3.1a.m.
8.30 n.m
., SPOKANE	
.   BOSSLAND	
. NRLSON 	
. OUAND KORKS
REPUBLIC.    .
Arrive.
0.1.5 p.m.
1.35 p m.
j.W p.m,
1.00 p.m,
8.14 p.m
A..   JAOKSOW,
General Pn-sengor Agent,
SpokaJic Wauh.
C. J. LEGGATT,
BARRISTER AT LAW,
SOLICITOR and
NOTARY PUBLIC.
MIDWAY, JJ. C.
does  not   care to
though,    fortunately,
p  M. KERBY.
A. M. Can. Soc. C. E.
Provincial Land   Surveyor
AM)
CIVIL   ENGINEER,
Offlecal Okami Fokkh.
DR.  SIMMONS,
DENTIST,
Rendell Block, Greenwood.
Phone »«. V. * >'•
WANTED
TICKETS
-TO AND FHOM ALL-
Points   East
VIA
Great
Northern
Railway
SHORT LINE
TO
Spokane, Seattle and Coast Points,
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago
AND POINTS KAST
Trains DnJ.1 jr
Faamt   Tkaaa
Z2
New Equipment Throughout, Day Coaches,
Palace and Tourist Sleepers, Dllungand
Buffet Smoking Library C    .
Kor Ticket*' Ratal. Folder* and full
Information, call on or uddr m
Any Agent ol thc Ureal   Norther*  Railway
jr write
Sisjikimf:
H. HKNNKTT, C. P. k T. Agent
Wahh.
A   man  tn   represent   "Canada's
Grratkht Ncrsekies" in the town of
MIDWAY und surrounding country
and lake orders for
OUR HARDY   SPECIALTIES
in Fruit Trees. Small Fruits,
Ornamentals, Shrubs, Roses,
Vines, Seed Potatoes, &c.
Stuck true In name and free from Sun
Jose Scale, A permanent position for
the right man on either salary or
commission,
Stone & Wellington
FONTHILL NURSERIES
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
The undersigned having been restored I
health hy simple mean* after suffering for
evcml years with a severe lung affection, and
thai dread disease Consumption, is anxious lo
make known to his fellow suffers thcineins of
cure. Tothose who desire it, he will cheerfully
send (free of charge) a copy of Ihe prescription
used, which they will find a sure cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis and all throat
and lung Maladies. He hopes all sufferers wil
ry his remedy, as It is invaluable. Thou* de-
lringtbo prescription, which will cost Ihem
nothing, and may prove a blessing, will please
■Ureas, Rev. EDWARD A, WILSON, Brooklyn,
New York.
over Soo acres
"1RONTO
ONTARIO
WANTKII- FAITHFUL    PKRSON     TO
call on retail trjide and agents for it-arm-
facturirg house having well established bind*
ness; local territory; straight salary |30 paid
weekly and expense money advanced ; prev
iou* experience unnecessary; position permanent; businees successful. Kncioso self-addre*
sed envelope. Superintendent Traveler*! 80S;
Xlonon Illdg., Cbie.igo. MINERAL ACT
C-r.-tific-ate    of    Improvemtat*
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THE NORTIiWESTLRN
I    BUSINESS  COLLEGE
809 Second Ave., Spokane, Wash.
The school where thorough'work is done: where the reason
Its always given: where confidence is developed ; where Book-
kfefisg is aught exactJy as books are being kept in business ;
where Skokthaxd is scientific: where penmanship is at   its
best: where merit is Use standard ; where the training in Cr. •
iiL Seksice. Telegrafhv. Exglisk lad Ca.ktoosi.vg wakes up
students, develops their powers and teaches them     howto be
successful    No argument is so eloquent as   tbe record :i
things well done    No mortgage can corrupt,   no thief dr.
bre.dk ihrough and steal the knowledge of Hew to Da   When
you kr.:-w whit a school can do for you by what it has done for
z::..n is it better to trust to luck?   is it wi>er to iTJess?
For detailed information call, telephone or write
THE MMTHWESTER* BlSMSS COUIGC,
Hs^s^s^s^s^s^-"""""      809 Secord Ave. Spok=ne Wash.
wm*wm
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THE SCENIC LINE
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