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THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.
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NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
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©. R. Campbell and A. C. McKerizl'e, late of 1
Greenwood In the Kettle River Mining Division of the Province of-British Columbia,
and to any other person or persons Interest-:
ed or claiming any title to the "Queen Bess"
. .*' mineral claim, situate nf Long'Lake Camp
(formerly called Gold Drop Camp,] In the
said Kettle River jyiining Division.
Wont arts hereby notified that Frank Bi'.Cxoet-
ter of Colville. Wash., U. S.A., and W-.'-G. -Mc-
' Myrm, of Greenwood aforesaid, have" expended
In labour and improvements the' sum of one
hundred: dollars upon the said "Queen Bess"
; mineral claim, and ?2.50 for recording- the same'
• as will appear bv a Certificate of Work recorded on the I3th June, 1901, in the office of the
mining- recorder of said: Mining- Division at.
Oreenwood aforesaid j iti.order to hold the said
cloim under the provisions of section 24 of the
> "Mineral'Act", such, being- the amount^required and necessary to hold the said claim for J
- the year ending- the 1st day of July, 1901; andl
if at the expiration ofalnty days of publication
, of this notice you fail or refuso'to contribute
your proportion of   the expenditure   required
, nnder the said section 24of the •'Mineral Act",
together with all costs of- advertising-, yoiir
interest in said claim shall become vested-in
the said Frank B. Goettcr ajid W.- G. McMyrin
, lyonr co-owners] under section 4 of-the "Mineral
Act Amendment Act 1900". >
Dated ot' Greenwood, aforesaid, this 8th day
Of Anjfust, A. D;, IWI.
"FRANK BiGOETTER,
W;.G. McMYNN.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
' To J. A."Draln and C. Hoffman, both of the
"■* ti City, of 9Cokane In the State of Washington.
Sirs :,
You aro hereby notified that t have expended
$[00.00 In labor and improvements on the ('Alice
Maud" Mineral Claim situate in Smith's carap
in the Kettle -River 'Mlnirtg-' Division of Yale
Dlatrict la British Columbia, to count as an assessment on said claim,.as will.appear by a
Certificate of Work recorded 23rd March, i90j,
in the office of the Mining; Recorder for the said
.Kettle River Mining- DiTtslpnof Yale District,
in, order to hold said claim under the provisions
■6t Section -34 of the Mineral Act; such being-
the amount required to hold the said claim for
the y«ar ending- 23rd March'; l90l. -
And .if: at 'the expiration of 90 days of publt-
. cation "of this notice you fail or refuse to contribute your proportions of the expenditure re-
■ quired under Section 24, tog-ether with all costs
• of advertising;, your  Interests  in  said claim
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE
LOCAL HAPPENING
■ shall become" vested- ' n the snbscrlber.fone of
Act Amendment Act, i90p.
your co-owners] under Section 4 of the Mineral
Dated at Greenwood, B.C.i- this :26th-day..of
,J uly, 1900.
W. T, SMITH.
MINERAL ACT.
To" som Breslaner and others inetreited in the
Henrietta Mineral Claim, situated iuear
Beaverton in the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District:
TAKE NOTICE that 1 have caused to be done
on the Henrietta mineral claim, situated near
Beaverton, in the Kettlo River Mining Division
'■ot Vale District, the'work required by Section
"34 of the Mineral: Act, for the year which has
expired, and have expended for such work and
for recordidg the certificates thereof the sum
•of One Hundred and Two Dollars-and Fifty
cents, ($102.f>0), and if at the expiration of ninety'
days from tit? date of the first publication of
this notice;you fall to contribute: your proportion' of-Such- expenditure, namely, the-sumof
Fifty-One   Dollars   anti   Twenty-Five   Cents
• <$51.25), together with all costs of advertising,
vour interest in said mineral claim shall be
liable to forfeiture, as provided by the "Mineral
Act Amendment Act, 1900."
Dated this 5th day of July, 1901.
-,    -    ' ...CHARLES PIIIPPS.
MINERAL ACT.
Te Charles. W- Edwards,   and others con2
cerned.""
TAKE  NOTICE   that   I.have caused to be
-done on the Uncle Same Mineral'daim situate
In Skylark Camp in the Kettle River mining-
dn iston of Yale District, the work required by
Section 2* of i the Mineral Act, for the year
v Inch has expired, and have expended for such
■work and for recording- .the certificate thereof
'the sum of one hundred, and two dollars and
fifty cents (3102,50); and.if at the;expiration of
ninety days from thedate of the first publication
of this notice, you fail to ^contribute your pro-
jwrtloii-of~s'ttctt~eAp^nUlW
-dollars and seventeen cents (S34.17 for oue-thiril
interest in said mineral claim, together with all
costs of advertising- your interest in said mineral claim shall be liable to forfeiture, as pro-
> "vlded by. the-"Mineral Act Amendment Act,
\ J.900.
Dated this 29th day of Autrust, 1901.
" .'■ ■   EMANUEL PASTRONE.
In the County Court . of Yale
holdeti. at  Greenwood,   between
McPherson Bros, Plaintiffs,
and
>-.-- A. Hagclberg, Defendant,
By virtue of a warrant of ex^
ecutidn issued outof the above
Court in ' the above -suit -and;
directing the Sheriff of Yale to
levy by sale of the above defendant's goods and chattels the sum
of $295.48, and Sheriffs, costs, I'
have taken in execution and will
offer for sale in front of the Government Office," Greenwood, at 10
o'clock a. m. on the
24th Day of September
next (1901) or sufficient thereof
to satisfy the judgment debt and
costs of this action.
150,000 shares in the Kettle
River Mines, Limited*
This company own the Christina
mineral claim on the North- Fork
of the Kettle river. The above
shares will be offered for sale
subject to a claim of $315.00 held
by the Royal Bank of Canada,
Grand Forks.
5,000 shares in the Pay Ore
Mines, Limited*
The U. P. Mineral   Claim
or all'the interest of the* above
defehdeht in. said claim which is
situated on Fisherman, creek, in
Summit camp.    ;>' r '•'! ; \-
For- further particulars apply
to the undersigned. ;•   '
Terms of Sal<«—CASH.
F. M. ELKINS,
/:. ■ Deputy Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office,
Greenwood, 9th Sept., 1901.
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MINERAL   ACT.
To feandolph Stuart, J. C Haas, I. E. Hallett,
Walter D'Eata and others concerned:	
' TAKE, NOTICE; that I have caused to be
• done on the Diamoud Joe, Doubtful, May Day
^ 'sind Deer Trail mineral claims,  situated   in
Greenwood camp, in the Kettle River mining
•division of Yale district, the work required by
Section ilof the Mineral Act, lor the year which
iias expired, and have expended for such work
and for recording the certificates thereof the
• sum of four hundred and II fteen dollars ($115.00);
• arid it tit the expiration of nin'ty days from the
■'■ <late of the first publication of this notice, you
fail to contribute your proportion ot sucli ex
pendituro, nnmoly, Randolph Stnurt, J. C. linns,
. I. H. Hallett and other parties interested, the
-: sum of ?S3.00 for one-fifth interest in said niin-
• crul claims, and 'Walter D'Eatli, tlie sum of
, .?8:i.00 for a one-flftli. interest in said mineral
' claims, together with all' costs ot udvevtisinc
•'. your interest in said, mineral claims shall bo
' liable to forfeiture, as provided by the "Mineral
Act Amuhtlmcnt Act, 1900"
jj-.^ Date.d this 12th day of June, 1901. ■
v/@. John \V  Povem..
MINERAL   ACT.
Certificate of inprovement;
NOTICE. '"
SAN JUAN FRACTIONAL Mineral Claim, situate in,the Kettle River Mining Division of
Yale District. Where located —Providence
Camp.
Take Notice that I, John William Nelson,
Free Miner's Certificate No, B 40S82, intend
sixty days from the date hereof to apply to the
Mining Recorder for n Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown
Grant of the above claim
And further take notice that action, under
Section 37, must' be commenced  before, the
issuance of such Certificate of Improvement.
' Dated this sixth day of June, A. D., 19ol.
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The Toronto Monetary Times pub--
lishes the statmeatthatthe.mo.rtgagees
have foreclosed, ou the mining and
smelting- properties of • the Standard
Copper Company, Quebec Copper
Company and Standard Pyritic Smelting- company. The mortgagees are
Messr. Price Bros & Co. of Quebec.
Geo. F„ Stocker, resident agent at
Cascade for the owners of that town-
site, visited Greenwood on Tuesday
and Wednesday. He reports business
as having improved considerably at
his home town. Progress with grading
work along the Marcus-Rejpublic; railway where it passes Cascade is aot so
rapid as was anticipated it would be
yet as many men as have been obtainable are employed along the liaew
A provincial government advertisement in another column invites tenders
for the erection of a bridge across
Kettle river, 'at Ingram's. Tine location
is stated in the advertisement, which"
appears as received, as being 'iu the
West Kootenay district, but this' must
be ah error, since" Kettle river does not
enter West Kootenay. The old. bridge
at Ingram's is in the Boundary district^
between Midway and Rock Creek.
The Montreal & Boston Copper company has ordered from Cunningham &
Andersen, of Greenwood, an electric
light plant of 150 light capacity. The
order has been sent direct to the manufacturers, with instructions to send on
the dynamo without delay. Upon
receipt it wili be installed, so as to be
ready for use;by the, time winter sets
in. Meanwhile mine -workings and
buildings will be wired for electric
lighting.
A. B. Barker, of the staff of the Bank
of Toronto, and A. J. Burnsidej loth
of Rossland, reached Greenwood ;last
Sunday evening on their way ^6 the
Similkameen. They continued -their
journeyron Monday. Their intention
wasito-ride in via Anarchist mountain
and Osdybos, arid probably^ to Return
over tlie trail from Princeton to Beaver-
dell and thence down; the: West Fork
and main Kettle river to Rocki'Creek
and Midway".
Greenwood's brass band is J'being
resuscitated., 'Last Monday nigjit the
Jaoys had a go-as-you-please meeting,
at least at times it sounded that way
until they got the hang of the 'thing,
and then they all pulled (or blew) .-together, and everything was lovely.
More power-r-and wind—to the. Greenwood band. For.once the people over
the way were out of the runningand
the hymn singers conceded the field to
the crowd having the most brass.
A. T. Winters, of Colville, who is.one
of the shareholders in the Midway
Trading company, is now temporarily
in charge of the company's mercantile
business at.Midway. J.R. Jacobs, the
late manager,' has removed to Cali-
fornia,-,the receht death of his father.
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MINEEAL   ACT.
To J. C. Haas and / others interested in the
Admiral Dewey mineral claim, situated ia
Summit camp', Grand Forks mining division
of Yale district:
wi^TAKE [NOTICE  that   I have caused to be
.^■dbrie^oiVjthe Admiral   Dewey mineral claim,
iCi^ittittte in Summit camp, in the Grand Forks
'i'-y'jjpiPS division of Yale district,-British Col-
"^^®3ia* tlie>woik required by Section 24 of the
• -v.jfiLlrieTal Act, for the year 'which has expired,
•'U.aiwijuiVe expended for such work and for ro-
i*?'cording the certificate thereof the sum of one
{.hundred and three dollars and   fifty  cents
;.V-'(1103.50),;  and  that   if.   at  the  expiration  of
u ninety days from the date of the first, publiea-
jvtijwi.o.* this notice you fail to contribute your
"•'■•'-p*f<jportioh;--r.^of"  such   expenditure,    namely,
•   ?2o.S7}^ each, together with all costs of advertising, your interest-in said  mineral  claim
,shall be liable to forfeiture, as provided by the
- '■" Mineral Act Amendment Act 1900."
Dated this lith day of June, 1901.   -
-   ■•'.'. J. W. POWTLI,"
HEATERS
AND PUMPS.
If you want any of the following HEATERS or'PUMPS we
can fill your order immediately.
from stock:   .    .'•:'•'-.'
2—30 h. p. Laurie Heaters.
2—40 h. p. Laurie Heaters.
2—50 H. p. Laurie Heaters.
2—60 h. p. Laurie Heaters.
1—80 h. p. Laurie Heater.
1—100 h. p. Laurie Heater.
1—125 h. p. Laurie Heater.
14—3x2x3 Northey Duplex, Brass
Fitted.
10—4)<x234: X4   Northey   Duplex,
Brass Fitted.
12—5.'.4:x3>-;x6   Northey   Duplex,
Brass Fitted.
12—6x4x7 Northey Duplex, Brass
" Fitted.
1—5'/ix2}4 k7    Outside     Packed
Pump.
1—4><x2/^x6. .
1—4x2.^x5.
1-
1-
5.
-7x3,;'2Xl2 Sinking Pumps.
-Centrifugal No. 3.
-No 8 8-in. Suction Centrifugal
h. p. Gasoline Engines.
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VANCOUVER
ENGINEERING
WORKS, LTD.
Successors tok '  •' •"•'• .-■'.•.-, '
Armstrong & Morrison,
y^Aachiaists-, Iron Pounders
Blacksmiths, Boilermakers
VANCOUVER, B, C.
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Famly Porterhouse or a
Tenderloin,: T. Bone, Top
Sirloin or a Piais Steak.
Pork Chops, Pork Tenderloin and Mutton Chops
also Fish and Poultry.
AT THE MARKETS OF
P. BURNS & C
si>.#(i^fe^4^-ii-i#^#^(i-<i-
m®m
Is tlie Geographical Centre of
jte'Ricli West ForK Country,
Fiquifin^that.He'shall'give^his^atten-.'
tion to family business matters. E. B.
Bird, at one time assistant to Mr,
Jacobs in the store, will likely: take
charge after the return of Mr. Winters
toColville., •'■■'■'•••
J. C. Haas and "Walter Foster,: when
walking over a mineral claim up the
mountain side from the Eholt meadow,
last Tuesday, came upon the carcase of
a big buck which apparently had been
killed by a coujj-ar. Part of the deer's
head had been knawed off and his
captor had also taken a few big raottth-
fuls from the body. The carcase was
nearly buried,' earth and leaves having
been gathered about it by some animal,
evidently with the intention of keeping
it for! ater use.
G. Arthur Rendell is relinquishing
the active management of the mercantile business of the Eholt Trading
company, at Eholt. Mr. Rendell is retaining his interest in this flourishing
concern but is, for health reasons,
turning over its management to H. J.
Bayly, well and favorably known in
the district during a somewhat lengthy
connection with Rendell & Co., of
Greenwood, who with Robert Wood,
whose store business was amalgamated
with their's five or six years ago, were
the pioneer merchants of the Boundary
creek valley.
J. C. O'Neill, of Chicago, was regis
tered at the Imperial hotel last week
and this week until Tuesday, on which
day he left forSpokane and more distant
poinis. He is interested in'the Chicago-
British Columbia Mining company,
owning the Lake group, in Skylark
camp, and in neighboring niiueral
claims.-. Some time, ago be organized
a company in'diicagp; to acquire and
operate the North Star mine at .'.Silver-
ton, Colorado, a valuable property already extensively developed and having
its own large stamp mill and cyaniding
plant.
LOTS ARE NOW ON THE MARKET J-
Prices Will Shortly Be Advanced.
The Title is Perfect.
Gorner Lots
Inside Lots
Terms: H cash.
*•   »   $100 to $175
»    *   $75 to $125
*/s in four month. J4 in nine months.
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Townsite  Agents  for  the   owners,   Greenwood   and
Rendell
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•*&&      N- B.—Contracts have been let for a new hotel, general store, assay office,
jSf.    and other fculldings.  Fisher's new saw mill at Rendell is running full blast.
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1 WHEREIS OAR Ml? 1
■^3 On the West Fcrk of Kettle River. . , •*-
i   THE PAYROLL CITY OP THE   &
3 WEST PORK B
Surveys are now being made and lots will  shortly be on  the
market.   Carmi City adjoines the group of claims of
which   the   Carmi   mine   is   the   center.
THE SHIPPING GROUP OP THE
DISTRICT.
Carmi is the mining center of the Upper West Fork Country. The
townsite adjoins the Carmi mine, which shipped 2,000 tons
of ore to the smelter during the past winter, and
upon which development is being pushed
in order to be ready for continuous
v    shipments when railroad
is   completed to -
Carmi.
2   jas.
KERR,
Greenwood, B.
.FOR   TERMS   WRITE.
JAS.
C.
O. DALE,
Carmi, B.
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THB GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.
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-teiwood Times Priatiog & Publishing
Company. Limited*
©tJNCAN ROSS !..MANAt*HNO EDITOR.
"Coi/TJMBiA. Telephone....".  No. W.
Vbunon & Nelson Telephone No. V.
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SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.
Pek Year $ 2 CO
Six Months  1 25
To Foreign Countries 2 50
<UMION
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1901.
THE CITY CEMETERY.
Mr. Ashcroft's application ots Dehalf
of the Church of England, for a deed
for a portion of the cemetery draws
attention to the unw ise policy on the
pact   of   the   city   in., dividing   wilh
churches and fraternal societiesowner-
sliip in the cemetery.   The result will
tie that, so far as the city is concerned,
but little revenue can be secured from
the sale of plots in the city portion.
Nearly every one.that earns his living
i«  the  city   belongs  to  one. of:.the
churches   or  fraternal - socities,   and
should he desire a cemetery plot for"
either himself or his'family, he will
purchase from one of the societies or
churches to which he belongs.   The
city will have an opportunity to provide
burial ground for but few save those
w,hq..catuiot afford to pay, for a plot.
The result will be that if the cemetery
is   maintained   and  beautified   as   it
ought to be,  the responsibility must
rest upon the different organizations
liolding ground in the cemetery or if
oti the city the "expenditure must come
from the general revenue.    Had   the
city•': retained   control of the sale of
cemetery lots altogether, allowing- different organisations to set apart portions for themselves, the proceeds from
the cemetery  could probably pay the
expenses of a caretaker and the beau-
lifyhig* of-the grounds.
Under the present circumstances the
•council must carry out promises made
some time ago. We hope the committee
appointed from the council will be able
to arrange with the different organizations interested a plan whereby all will
join together for the purpose of making
the cemeterv what it ought to be. All
- -should, -take-an-1 :<tocestlin,.n*akiug._it
beautiful.
nor postmaster at New "Westminister.
He became a politician in search of a
job and he entered the cave of Abduliam. W. "W. B. Mtolnnes was a young
man of great promise. Elected by the
people of Vancouver Island and an uncompromising opponent of the politics
and policy which Dunsmuir represented, he went down to Ottawa and made
an ass of himself. He endeavored to
lead Sir Wilfred L,aurier and thy entire
Liberal party and became disgruntled
when it was pointed out to him that he
was only an obscure follower. Willie
returned to B. C. and by the aid of a
glib tongue and a loud profession of
sound political views he got into the
local house. He soon showed that he
could worship the golden calf and he
now announces his will inguess to enter
the cave of Abduliam And there are
others. The poor, the discontented,
the distressed an a'i -.urrounding a
David whose >-hicrt qualification is
wealth.
This playing bati'ledim.- and shuttlecock with the electors cannot last. The
present combination at Victoria will
surely be defeated init what will follow.-
Unless strong poli/ic -l"parties- are 'organized in the pr-vr....' there is no
■surety thai ttheir su-xr-^ura -will' be any
bettor. The tru--;. i-'-i xhut the only
practical way to sec-1." s'.n,>*ig government is . through *..•...: ty lines. If the
Liberals and O
slrou ;1S o ', uiizei
the mv alio tit* up '
the u\.'\eni m \
The i.'tbe. ' - ot il
too much .i <r,\i6 (>t
profits its ore will yield, it will put out  *<s^i*fcft*#»<^#^#*##<i*##$$*-»#^
a comparatively large tonnage,
while no good purpose can be served
by such boosting, which is not only
conrtary to the wishes of the.management but has a tendency to bring its
ore shipping- policy—adopted for excellent reasons—into ridicule.
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paper correspondent at Grand Forks
responsible for the publication of the
statement that King Solomon ore is
not to be sent to the smelter at Greenwood but is to go instead to the smelter
at Grand Forks, to know that the announcement made in this paper last
month that the King Solomon ore
would be shipped to the Greenwood
smelter has this week been verified, the
fact is here published for his information in particular and that of the public
in general.! During-the current week
King Solomon ore was received and
sampled at the Greenwood smelter. .
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great sores on h«r h«ad and face, and.
writes its quick cure exceeded all her
hopes. It works wonders in sores,
Bruises, Skin eruptions, Cuts, Burnar
Scalds and Piles. 25c. Cure guaranteed by J. L. White, Miller Bros., and
W. E. Anderson, druggists.
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COMPANY, LIMITED.
ALLMACHER & WILSON
Worsted,     Corkscrew,     Venician,     Cheviots,
Tweeds   and   Serges   in   all   the   latest     .;
Stripes,   Checks    and   Diagonals.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Kettle River Bridge at Ingram's. West
Kootenay District.
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Somewhere in the good book we are
told that David took possession of the  to I.'r. Jr,ii-. ).•
cave of Adullam   and. that  a   party  orgcuii'-n;;.-;'
. gathered there.    "Everyone that was- all adepts a:>;
in distress and everj*one that was in  and incTHiD-.
debt and everyone that was discontent-  without -;.•■.,.:
ed   gathered   themselves   with him."   the El.: li/.-
History repeats itself and we find that-niai-  .i   .-:'■:
a   few   thousand  j*ears afterwards a;iiVv:ti
similarparty gathered themselves with
one James Duusmuir.    Political prac-'
"i-vjview is responsible
'.lint if the Hon. D.
the same energy in
^.s^iu— tiie_--discharge
-.-,'i-.:-'i.i   y  general, he
I-    ;. i'i.-, ha.ads.
':--I-.' ; izens are due
• u ''. ..' s,ucv....i:ded in
-... '-.-.•' plfiyors are
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SEALED TENDERS, properly endorsed,
will be received by the uiider-signod up to- no.ou
of Monday, -the 30th September, inst.,'. fur- the
erection'and completion of a bridge across the
Kiittle River at Ingraui's, West Kootetiay District, B. C. ;''...
'i'l-awing-s, specifications, and form of contract may be seen at the lands and Works
Department, Victoria, B. C, and at the office of
ihu. Government Agent, Greenwood, on and
after the 9th inst.
Each tender must be accompanied by an ac-
Cipu-.d bank cheque or certificate of deposit,
.•nude payable to the under-sig-iied, for the sum
0.1 six hundred [$000] dollars, as security for the
.-.uciulfilmcnt of the contract, which shall be
l.'i-feitt'd if.the party tendering-decline to enter
into contract when called upon to do so. or if he
.'nil t» compiete the work contracted for. The
kiicqnesof unsuccessful tenderers willjbe re-
< rued to them - upon the execution of the
c-intraet.
tenders will not be considered unless made
nut on the forms supplied and signed with the
actual sisruatures of the tenderers.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted. W. S. Goke,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands & Works.
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, Sth September, 1901.
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Silks and Velvets
Fall and winter. Overcoating.
Best,   imported   goods.       Perfect   fit
and satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
EXPERIENCED AND PRACTICAL TAILORS.
—^^PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY-
AUCTION SALE!
Government. Town Lots in Eholt and
Fairview.
tices and political principles are |
sacrificed in the gathering together of
the impecunious and the irreconcilable.
Martin's conduct is not surprising. He
is always ready to sacrifice part}*,
pledge and policy to satisfy a selfish
ambition and that he should prove
traitor to his political friends is nothing more than was expected by those
who knew him best and studied his
political career. He is a fit subject for
the modern cave of Abduliam. J. C.
Brown was a power on the Lower
Fraser in the early days but he became
a victim of the blighting influence of
Joseph Martin. Tempted by an office
11 ih' that wo'ritTerf ul cabinet winch" Martin constructed, he sacrificed a comfortable living as postmaster at New
"Westminster that he . might follow
Joseph. When the people got an
opportunity thej' put Martin's cabinet
to a sure and sudden death and J. C.
Brown   was  neither' cabinet minister
is a good ouu. Tiio site is very suitable
for this purpose. By widening Boundary creek and damming it a lake could
be formed. Nature has done much and
with a little work on the part of the
city and citizens, an excellent park
could be made.
The management of the Snowshoe
mine may well exclaim "Save us from
our friends." Last Saturday the Phoe
nix Pioneer had a prominent caption
announcing that "60,000 tons will be
shipped from Snowshoe mine." Then
it oroceeded to state that a contract
had been made for the shipment of one
car of ore daily. Such a contrast appears ridiculoi:;. The Snowshoe gives
much prom:sc •■>: .:-.-. rnto a big
mine.    It::'::•.,:-:-, '.■•■.   -.:..:•■    •■      .    .*
orcopci);:;;   i:;:   ..:   :   ■.'.:.:
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, under
instructions, I will offer for sale at Public Auction at the Government office.'Fairview, on
Saturday, the 21st Septemter inst., at 2 o'clock
p. m., tlie following town lots fn tlie
TOWNSITE OF FAIRVIEW,
viz:
Block 22, Lots 1 to 36.
Block 23, Lots 1 to 36
Block 24, Lots 1 to 30
Block 25, Lots 1 to 36
Block 26, Lots 1 to. 36
Block 27, Lots 1 to 36
Block 28, Lots 1 to 36
Block 29, Lots 1 to IS
Block 30, Lots 1 to 18
And at Eholt on Wednesday, the 2 5th September, inst. at 2 O'clock p. m., the following- town
tbts ill the
TOWNSITE OF EHOLT,
viz:
Block   S. Lots   1 to 24
Block   <J, Lots   1 to 24
Block 14, Lots   1 to 14
Block 14, Lots 17 to 24
Block 16, Lots   1 to 24
Block.20, Lots   1 to 24
Terms20 percent, cash; balance in ten days.
L. Nokris,
Assistant Commissioner of
Lands & Works.
Government Office, Vernon, September 7,1901.
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IT IS NO GHEAP CIGAR BUT EQUAL
IMPORTED.
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YOU WILL ENJOY IT AND AT THE SAME TIME
ENCOURAGE A LOCAL INDUSTRY,  ,
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FRED ROY,  Proprietor.
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CAMP  McKIMEY
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Hugh Cameron :-: Prop.
i-st   Brands  Wines,  Liquors  and
Cigars.   Good Stabling.
\MP McKINNEY. B. C,
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HOUSES, SIGNS AND CARKIAGES,
g KALSOMINING AND DECORATING.
% PLATE, SHEET AND ORNAMENTAL
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B .     WALL PAPERS.    SASH AND DOORS.
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J~ Use Meilor's Pure Mixed Paints.   S2.00 Per Gallon.         ^ *^3[
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THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.
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LOCALAKDPERSONAL
Gilbert Mahon, manager of the Jewel
tnirj« Long- Lake camp,- was in town
las*. .'Saturday. ' ;
A, J. McMillan and J. W. Astley
ca :■*!!-.• riown from the Snowshoe mine on
Tu*;\vJay afternoon returning next
m«i:-:i.t«g- ■      ■''"
"J.'■>";. Boss, formerly of-Spokane .-but
no v.-. - f Toronto, is at present on a visit
to' (i.2 Dominion Copper company's
mi;*.--;-, in Greenwood camp. .
Tiv; work of excavating', for the
fv-.tr.j.-tiions of iiw second furnace that
•Ai.' • .;u.; to arrive at the Greenwood
*:•■.>•■•••.• iiT.*it mouih, is now in hand.
:-••.• ,-•:.tester, long known in Green-
woe>.'. sthe obliging and zealous clerk
of :.;..; -Intel Armstrong, has gone into
thr   I irlt-.-h bath husiness in Spokane.
:•" J  Wiison, •*•*' the Pyrittc smelter,
hr     ;-'.'ine   to Quebec,  presumably in
\ < u wit •  i,i«'  deal  now on  for
'    -)l   tit     smelter   to  Chicago
i . Kt kt* ■*, of Midway, is re-
i- •  n-v *.. .lamed a temporary
a; ,. ■ tm jt-ot-fii coast. Itisstated,
'• >_ , • it hi I1 return to Midway
' J  r- \e
, Patrick, and Mr.
"•\ ' ; r ' ,< j- n, were guests at
tt -    . . in the week.    Mr.
t . 'ondn\'s train  on
n   of    the    Grand
1      > • it ' '   /Vthletic Associa-
• , led.    T  e company
I ) COO.   divided   into
( h.
'   , hat   t'hief   Justice
1. t  the  first assize
"i   the   Boundary
>fcii ^et for October
, .-rood
' «.   . struments belong-
f ' Fir   Department
ri\   , iiy  party  in
'i *   .t -l tjvor by re
tell
' b'f Alan Forrester,
>n  »')i» district  a
dul   s ox Const-
li  s    not    yet
A U,    PU'dCli-
1 i iiiversary
' Motn<idisr
n'l .itn nich
< 11 =
i-    staui   tnan-
-  .-insist int.
•»nu»lter on
• h   C-roen'--
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Ai  C'uiria
i }i,i-,plf .*'
.12.-1     this
lev      mini!,
n id *  iii'.-.
o i    ^fipi.-
Spokane t"
them  are R.
, 'I H Shallen-
.  "iV    P.   Smith and
:..  rise . result-of four
'"""T^v-^'recently-'beeu'
"i.' ■   '■■■   Creek Placer
:::>•*;.-..    More is expect-
di.i I  having  at length
,:id  sluicing operations
i<: >!h>!-'-y. p;
'bi.*(--5i'r^a--'.;cd
ccn::::eivccd.
An extraordinary general meeting
of the Cascade Water, Power & Light
company will be held at Nelson on
Monday, 23 inst., for the purpose of
considering,.and if thought fit, passing
a resolution authorizing the directors
to raise the sum of y one hundred
thousand pounds (^100,000) by the
issue of mortgage bonds, or debentures,
or otherwise.
A. A. Munroe, managing director of
the Montreal & Boston Copper company, left by last Monday's out-going
train on his return to Montreal. It is
understood that whilst here he obtained
a deal of information relative to the
producing capacity of the Sunset and
Crown Silver mines and to several sites
available in the district and suitable
for the erection of a smelter. He was
accompanied by his brother, Dr.
Munroe. ■   J
J. E- Miller, collector of inland
revenue, and W*m.- Gill, inspector in
the same department, were in Greenwood on official business on Tuesday
and Wednesday, registering at the
Imperial hotel. After inspecting the
local office and bonded warehouse they
drove up to Phoenix.j where there is
another bonded . warehouse. In the
course of conversation with Mr. Miller,
an instance of hale and hearty old age
was/mentioned, when he gave another
in the case of his own parents, who are;
resident at BrockViile, Ontario, and
who on April 29th last celebrated the
64th anniversary of their wedding. Mr.
and Mrs. Miller, Sri, are respectively
85 and 84 years. of'age, and at last
accounts were in excellent, health and
enjoyment of their faculties.
BOUNDARY ORE
The tonnage of Ore shipped by Boundary  District  mines  during September to ilth insL-
inclusive. so far as has been ascertained from the mines, is as under:
.      mine.; :..., : ,
Old Ironsides and Knob Hill Group -:•••• • : T... ...................... ........
Mother Lode • — ,• .....:::.......:...: .1:1.......:..:............: :	
Winnipeg —•• • : - • ,.-..-..- .- '.	
Sunset „....' ..;         50
Snowshoe—--^ • : ._.       . 7CV"
No. 7 ••••• , '. ....:..:...-. ■...■    .   6ff-
TotaU.--" : ;. ..;-.... ■...;■:-....■.-....: 1 0.428
Shipments during 1900 and for 8 months of current year ended Aug. 31. were as follows: .
TONS.,.
6.972.
2.730
42Q-
12S
, 1900
Old Ironsides and Knob "Hill Group   64,535
pother Lode- • - .... ".     5.564
b. c-  • ''...,....■...' .....".' ; ., ;..:: ..4- 19,494
City of Paris --• : ■ '. *.... • .■ ..'.....'.:,     2.000
Golden Grown •-• • •     2,240
Winnipeg—---- • ■ • :     1.1 00
King Solomon ,..-  .-..:....: 	
Athelstan. •-- •—• - • • ••- • — •-•...-     1.200
-Carmi- •• ■;-- •- •• - ••■• : • ..:..:.........-.-...    .......
Snowshoe-v •••-•-•--••••■••• ••-- — • • ---.-.....,........,.........:.......-       338
^Brooklyn •••—• -----: * • -■-'-■' - • •-—, •-'-.—..-.;-.' .-150
cJewel- -•  •»•• .»; ••• - : — - .-.•....:.-.'.....•.:.,.....•;,-. •   1 60
•R. Bell —......----. ■ •' - ■-. -— '.....-.'■.,...> ...:...-..-.■. .' ■,...
Sundry shipments • < •--- •-. •— -- •   1 ;ooo
1    Total- - •-- • - "■ -- ..-.-l.:—.--.:.. —-.:......  97.781
Grand Total to date • ••- ■--• • .-.--......-•.: .....:..;.....;..:...:::...:.: •
i.
1901
1 48..70
55.315
32.521
250'
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240.333-
348.54T
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THIS  S P ACE  BE LONG S TO
W^E. MACPHERSOW
WATCHMAKER • AND - JEWELLER
Wallace-Miller Block,    Greenwood.
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Capital, all paid up. $12,000,000.
Rest:-_.-..$7,000,000.
President:   Lokd Strathcona and Mount Royal,
Vice-President:   Hon. George.A. Drummond.      •■■•*-..
General Manag-er:   E.-,S  Clouston.
mcauada.i^YprK, Chicago.
Buy and sell Sterling- Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an
Travellers' Credits, available in any part'of the world.' •
Greenwood Branch,     F.J.Fir-lUCAME, Manager.
Branches in London, Eng.
j  All The Principal   I
I Cities    iu    Cauada. f
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Established 1S36.     Incqrpooated by Royal Ciiartcr.
■ Capital, ^l,O0O,OOO--$4,866.66. "
Reserve Fund, ^350,000--$l,703,333.33,
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HEAD OFFICE:   LONDON, .ENGLAND.' .
H. STIKEMAN. General Manager, Montreal,
J. ELMSLY, Inspector, Montreal.
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C-zv^r/
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oni  Plioenix   is   to   the
Coltitnbl-t telephone ex-
A  report^ i
■ cfleet .that til
■ cha;ig-c ia ili-i'c town   has been closed,
..and   that   the   people   or the   dinner
"r.ticket \civ::' v.-i
1 l;a -.-•;.■ \ic\-r to be con-
lent   v.-ilh v the
Vernon   £.: Nelson ex-
i:5:.'l:i;>o o"::!_v.
. II. F- Price,
lncn!  mnun.-fer  for the
C.o:i!-pa!*io.-.ov.-:'ii
::•;•< ho :"--ta-v'.:-rr1 Pyritic
snieitor- rniu   '!'
io   Sin*.:<■;:•.-•;!   :in<l   Mar-
jj!ti->ri!e i-'inf-nl
c'ni;:-^., 1 .--•'"'■  this   week
for the cnast v:'
!~r..-.^ ho  will g-o'east.
I!ei:i-iy not rot-.n'ii to Greenwood, at
lcist foi*s'>i!ie li:.io.
Tiie proviti.-i -i* ~'->v.vi*inent is adver-
ti:*.ijisr in Ihi- T\.!;t'S auction sales of
luis in liic tov.-nsfi f Fairview and Eholt.
The former sale will take place at
Fairview on Saturday afternoon, September 21st) and the latter at Eholt on
Wednesday, the 25th inst.
D. C. McRae, of the firm of .Smith &
McRae, returned this week from Ross-
land where he met representatives of
•wholesale houses from whom he.bought
for the Christmas trade. Mr. McRae
secured a larg-er and more varied stock
of Christmas -floods than was ever
brought to the city.
R. W. Brock, of the Dominion
geological survey, is pushing on with
s >;:;c work on the higher points about
I'lioen;-: >;o ,t.a U> make Greenwood his
hc.trjrj'.i'irlers when Use -.vitro** ■'■. ,n--s
on. -.As mentioned ::) tho JP'r.-.r^. ^'-'
month, he has a party at v.-or'' '--■•• a
;reoio.i;5C:].i a:id lopo^rarr'lio:;1. i.:v v;#- ■: r
©^R STOCK
is a: large and varied one, every line is complete in
itself, and.strictly firstyclass, Not a shoddy article in
any of the lines, They all concede that our stock of
Groceries is the nicest and freshest in the city, Prices
consistent with the quality of the goods, We would
dislike very much to be considered the '"cheapest" place
in town, there are so many VERY CHEAP OENS,
but we do think that we come very near being the
best.    Try us, and tell us what you think.
THE
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COMPANY, LIMITED.
Branches and agents  in  all  the   principal cities  of   Canada and th*
United States, and correspondents in all parts .
of t'he world.
'-.A. GENERAL--BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED...
-Greenwood-Branch:—W^GvH-BELIV-Managerv
With Which is Incorporated the
- -HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.
Capital, $8,000,000.       -      Rest, $2,000,000 !
HON.GEO.A. COX.President.   B. E. WALKER, General Manager.   [§a,
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ACTING MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.   |fe
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R, CREICEL Manager..
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Wholesale Dealers in Liquors and Cigars,
ware and Bar Supplies.
Full Line Glass-
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THE  GREENWOOD;WBBKLf. fl^Sv.-;
PROFESSIONAL GARDS.
HALLETT & SHAW,
Barristers, Solicitors,
Notaries Public.
CaMfi Address :   " hallett."
Comes
I. n. HALLETT
Bedford M'Neill's   Greenwood.
Lelber's. B.C.
It. C. SHAW.
pRINGLE & WHITESIDE,
Barristers and Solicitors,
Notaries Public, Etc.
Offices: Orer Bank of Montreal, Greenwood.
ItfOLEOD & BROWN.
Barristers and Solicitors,
Notaries Public, Etc.
Offices: Naden-Flood Mock, Copper street,
Greenwood, B.C.
J.R.Brown*. J. P. McLeod.
FORBES M. KERBY.O.E'
Provincial Land Surveyor.
■Office's:   Greenwood, B. C.
■   also J, A. Unswprtli's Store, Midway, B. C.
j^;w,^R:c>yEs; /'":£:-■;.-.
Civil ant? Mining Engineer
provincial i«anp surveyor,
greenwood, b.c.
-Mineral Claims Reported npon. .
-■;.■'■ Underground Sort-eys.
"'       ' '■  '     ' ■ -.- "~TrT~/rr~~.     T*
CHARLES AE. SHAW,
Civil Engineer:, ..-• j -:...' ' .
Dominion   anp3 Provincial
land surveyor.
GREENWOOD.   ;     j      i      .•   BO.
JAMES   BREEN   TO   OWN   HOTEL.
Buys Famous Gregson Springs Property Near
Anaconda.
A Montana despatch says that James
Breen of Spokane, acting through Con
Hayes of this city, who will be his
partner, has purchased the famous
Gregson Springs property, 10 miles
from Anaconda. Last July the hotel
and baths there were burned. It is the
intention of the new owners to construct a splendid ncv hotel with accomodations for 150 guests. A huge
plunge and sanitarium, to be in charge
of a noted specialist in rheumatics and
kindred diseases, will be established.
In a statement today Mr. Hayes says
S100,000 will be expended, including
the purchase of 640 acres owned by
Gregson Bros., which will be consolidated with 820 acres owned by Mr.
Hayes.   The purchase price is private.
Mr. Breen is one of the best known
mining men in the northwest. He was
formerly manager and part owner of
the Le Roi smelter at North port.
AMONG   THE   BOERS.
BAUER & ASHCROFT,   "
Provincial Land Surveyors
Mlnlna and Civil Engineering.
Mineral Claims Surveyed and Crown Granted
"Land and Engineering- Surveys',
•W. A. BAUER: O.E.'.P.L.S. A. £• ASHCROFT C.E iP.XS
';     VANCOUVER   . OREENWOOD
'Wood   Block,  next door   to   Custom) office.
GREENWOOD. B.C.
Dr. Mathisbn, dentist, over Bank of
Cohtmerce.   Both 'phones.   -
...SUMMER REABfflG...
$800 BOOKS 890
jBy all the popular author* itncluding
.Amelia E. Barrr,
RosaN. Carey,-
Beatrice Harreden,
,     Florence "Warden,
~HairCaih er^"""": "^ ^^""^"""i~""^°i" ""i^_
Charles Russell,
. "Walter Besant,
Marie Cbrelli,
Anthony Hope, .'
'R.J. Stevenson,
Vf. Heinbury,
•■'..'■    .E. Marlitt
and 200 others..
25 cents for first took
and 10 cents exchange. ••■■.....;
H. A. KING & C©
Jack Stewart of Nelsonj whoenlisted
for service^-in" the South Africa constabulary, has written to friends in
Nelson giving them his experiences in
the brush which the constabulary force
had with the vBqers under Dewet in
July last, when j' three <.of them were
killed and several' wounded and taken
prisoners. The letter is written from
Hout Kop, under date;of> July 25th, so
that it is several days'later than those
which reached Nelson immediately
after the skirmish,;which occurred on
July 11th..     ■'--/
Stewart was with the advance party,
which left Hout Kop at 5:30 cw the
morning of the lith. He says* they
kept going until 10 o'clock, when they
came upon an advance guard, or what
they thought was a small party of
Boers. Jack says the constabulary
force thought they had an easy tMng
and galloped towards the Boers; THey
poured a heavy fire into the Boers flor
about an hour and a half when.finding
they could not dislodge them they <Je-
cided to retire. The party of which
Stewart was a member had been (depending upon another contingent fbr
support, but when they commenced to
fall back they found that the supposing- party had made tracks for cam*-^
leaving them in the lurch. The residrt
of this was that the Boers were able to
completely surround them. When tlte-
boys saw there was no way put they
made a fine stand and the Boer cas-a*-
alty list is the best evidence of it.
There were abont twenty-seven m'eis{
in the party of which Stewart was a
member, and after three had bee»
killed and several others wounded the?*a
decided to' capitulate, but there wa»~
nothing disgraceful about it, as by thfe-
time there, were but nine men audi
Captain   Benett   capable   of   beariaogs
DISSOLUTION Of PARTNERSHIP.
iTHE      PARTNERSHIP
          HERETOFORE
ubsistiusr between the un'dersiirned, carry-
in f on business as liotelkeepers in tlie premises
known as tlie "Windsor Holer' situate on
Copper Street in tlie City of Greenwood, .U. C,
has   this   day    been    dissolved    by    mutual
CUI'SCH't. •
All debts owinj.' to the said partnersliit) arc to
be  paid to the undersigned  Ernest Cartier at
the said Windsor Hotel, and all claims against
the said  partnership are to 1« presented to the
said  Ernest Cartier by whom tlie same will be
paid.
Dated this I2th day of .A ugust, MOT.
HARRYDAU,
ERNEST CARTIER.
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arms against a Boer force of from 60D
to S00, which party was in a position to
draw upon an equally strong force"
about a mile away. When Stewart and
the rest of the prisoners were taken into the Boer camp they found that the
Boer dead numbered 28, with 32 wounded and 20 horses disabled, and killed,
which was not a bad record for their
small force. Stewart says the Boers
were very short of supplies of all kinds,
and he and the other prisoners were
stripped of everything save their
underclothing and forced to walk nine
miles over the rough roads in their bare
feet to the British camp. Stewart says
he would tiot have missed the affair for
anything, but would not like another
of the same against the same odds for
anything. Just how any of the party
escaped alive is a mystery to him.
All those wounded in the engagement of July 11th were .doing well on
the date of Stewart's letter and several
of them reported for duty again. W.
J, Thompson and George' Partridge
were still in the hospital on the date of
the skirmish and were not able to report for duty at the date of Stewart's
writing.—Nelson Tribune.
WORKING   flKJirr AND  D&Y;
Tlje busiest and mightiest little thing'
that ever was madeiis Dr. King's .New-
Life Pills. These p&ll* change weakness into strength, listlessraesa- into
energy, brain-fag into' mental power.
They'rewonderful iis building up) the
health. Only 25c per liox. So3ct by. J..
IV. White> W. F,. Andecson and Millar
Bros.~
MBCELLAFffiOUS*
We receive consignments- weekly "of
the famojsj-Okanagan femit. P'riaEs-to
Suit those who want to put' up frulta C.
V. Semeradi
Take year prescriptions to the
"Windsor Drag Store, W. E. Andes-son,
Greenwood",   .
Ice cream-and fresh candies at the-
Greenwood). Gandy Factory, C. "W.
Semerad, proprietor.
If yow waatmice soft brinks- calili at
South Endl gsroeery.
"Broi»ogtii> cures cofifis—25 cente-—
A-aderscwm'"3^HBjarmacy.
To LE'3—A\ famished three- roomed
coltage...-'  Ajypiy Times office.
You caa get. the . very, besti apple
cifier by 'fche-gallon at DheB..G.."WSlole-
sa2e Liqsson-G®.
For Rs-NCf-^-Corner store- with >tbree-
'ooms, papeireaJ,. rent ab«mt>$20j. Ap-
'p3y The Times-office.. tff
Go to Anderson's, pharmacy\ for.
•jdrugs, tciiteti..articles,. sponges,, aoaps,.
Irperfumes; etc.,.(-5-reejiwood..
X F. J. MITCHELL X
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THE REVIEW
BOLSTER,
HOTEL
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for your Fall Suit
when you can secure
New Goods of the
m o s t fashionable
pattern which have
just, arrived.
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i~^Iliustratedr--post**ii-c.ards,.^viaws.iiofi
both smelters.. Do. not ini'ss^ seeing
them.   Smith, .StMcEaei.
■jo^,;
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*-^^^Ss««—
■•fe=
'Copncr Street.
MUALS AT ALL HOURS
PRIVATE ROOMS FOK I.ADIES.
TRY O.TTR COFFER.
*!*•
r 3Wittock    ;    Traps.
—ANr>-:
Kodak Supplies
A Full Line of Photographic   -
Goods Always in Stock. : r-      " "^
Films, Mounts, Plates, TripodSj
y(;^Cameras, Etfe, Etc.,   s'.;X^rXX;  '■■■
Agents For The Celebrated Eastern Kodak Company.   :   :   :   :
J. L. WHITE;
DRJcmBis-r,
GR^BENWOOD.
Sole Agents For Tlie B. C. Assay &
•    Chemical SussJy Co.. Vancouver;, B. C.
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DIRECT IMPORTERS OF
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ASSAYER&. AN35> MIliX,  SUPPLIES
WE  HAVE  A  COMPETE"
STOCK OF ALL, APPARATUS KBQUXFED IN YOFR ASSAY OFFICE.
SOLE AGENTS Ft3R ^^tBATTERSRA^,
CRUCIBTvES etc, AND BRAUNS PAT-
-w—~—-h*-
eftiiAiiiiB
r,Nl 6 AS^IilNK' CO VIBIE. AT 5N J 6SAI' Ft SNACESV).
Halcyonas.the^est mineraAiwatecoiB
the market; B.. C. "Wholesale Il/iquoti'
Company general ag«nts.
Prescriptions-filledcoiiBectly'—Andfea
son's pharmacy. ■'.''.
Rcoms at the Claiiendon 50. cents, jer
nisrht. ti
"Flints. Emulsion of  Codi' t,ivea-Oil
-the best—Andersons the B/ruggis*.
"We carry the only Flaanel Sjni-tangs
in town.   Allmachert& Wilson..
the Only First-Class Hotel.in the:
Myers-^-Creek District; \
COOK & YOUNG, Proprietors
The Biggest and best %
assortment of Fall Suit' |
I ings ever brought into g
the Boundary;  X   X %
H. B. Munroe has received a fresh
consignment of choice confectionery.
"C C. C. C. the great nerve   builder
S1.00 at Anderson's Pharmacy.
Fall   hats—latest—up-to-date   goods,
at G. F. \VUliains\ —t f
LION BOTTLING I0RKSS >
&BEENWOOD and SRAKD FORKS^^^
M-u.«factt!rerid^_Aii jjj^ 0j ^1^^ Beyeiag£s
""^SoieXgetit^ff:TttE':L10WrBHE^iW
TliD-Ijaffrest Brewery »» BtiitiisJj Columbia,
JAS. McCRlATB 4 CO.V Profltietota.
GO,, LIMITS
EtEPRESENrmG:* ' -v ''
PHOENIX FIRK: ASSURANCE CO.,      .
OF LONDON, KNGLAKB.
westerk assurance . co. ^ -rcao*™
BRITISH- AMERICA ASSURANCE CO.,
.-;      .       OF TO'RONTO'
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE
ASSURANCE CO.,OF LONDON,ENGLAND
BIRKBECK INVESTMENT & LOAN CO..
..OF TORONTO*
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that Phoenix Livery Barn and ■ Stage Line was
purchased from me by Bloomfield &
Dunbar, on June 26th last. AH accounts owing to that date are to be paid
to Bloomfield & Dunbar, who assume
all liabilities «f the said business.
44—47 Geo. Wel:uvood.
TO SAVE HER CHILD.
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| Coppsr St.        Green^oou.
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Front frightful disfigurement Mrs.
Nannie Galleger, of La Grange, Ga.,.
adplied Bttcklcn's' Arnica Salve to
great sores on her head and face, and
writes its quick cure exceeded all her
hopes. It works wonders in sores,
Bruises, Shin eruptions, Cuts, Burns,
Scalds and Piles. 2Sc. Cure guaranteed by J. L. White, Miller Bros., and
W. E. Anderson, druggists.
GEO. R NADEN,
Manager
THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY
REWERY
\    PORTMAN BROS. & CO„«
Proprietors.
ASK FOR
^The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try ■■'
It I It is kept on Draught cr in Bottles by all the leading HoteC

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