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 I MKTAfc QUOTATIONS.
Silver���liar 6ij
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The Eaolk is more widely
CIRCULATED TUA.V ANY OTHER
NEWSPAPER IN NORTH KOOTENAY- IT WILL BBPOUNDANEX-
CELLENT AUVERTISINO MEDIUM.
VOI, III. NO. 34.
FERGUSON. BRITISH COLUMBIA, OCTOBER 3. 19021
$2.00 A YEAR.
A Big Camborne Tree Gold Property Changes Ownership.
EVA UINE IS
The New Company to be Incorporated as the Calumet and B. O.
Oold Mines, a Ltd.
The Era mine, tbo biggest free-gold
psoporty ii) tbis camp, in wblch exports estimate tbere is enough pay ore
blocked out to keep a ten stamp mill
running for four years, was sold to a
company of underwriters on the, 22nd
inst. A company to be known as the
Calumet & British Columbia Gold
Mines, Ltd., to be incorporated under
tne laws of this province is taking
over tho property on which active
work will bo started at once. The
dual was put through by A. P. Rosen-
borger, nl the Mines Exchange, Nelson, Ii.'.:., Salmon, Idaho and Chicago,
ill. Mr. Rosenberger is now in Chicago and telegiurns received from blin
��tai. 11,at Mock in tlie new company is
hein. rapidly taken up, over 100'HiU
sjiares has been subscribed for in Rush
City, Minnesota, alone. Tbo cnpital-
zatt'.'ij of the new company Is to be
$500,000 it, $1 OU shares aud tbe stock
will be iion-assesslble, non-liability.
Tbe Eva was owned hy the Imperial
Development Syndicate of Nelson and
has been systematically developed
under tbe able management of A. H.
Oruoey, M. E. of Nelson. Over 2000
feet of tunneling has beeu driven
besides diDetent shafts aud winzes.
Tho Eva* group consists of the Eva,
Last Chance, Iron Dollar and Highland
Mary, together with other fractional
claimssitiiaii-d on Lexington Mountain, right at the back door of and overlooking Camborne. Tbe now company bas purchased ten acres ol
ground on Pool creek from the Camborno Townsite Co., aud will erect
tbereou stamp mills and power plant
as soon aa possible, and a tramway
will bo coustructetl from Pool Crook to
tho mine. The Eva has beeo closod
down for nome time past pending a
deal aud the immediate resumption ol
work will tuake things bum in Cam-
borne. Everyone in tbis district is
conversant with the Eva and the
universal opinion is that no cleaner
mining proposition could bo found anywhere, as tho mine bas beeu brought
to a sluge where lis estimated values
in sight aro well ovor a quarter million dollars and the continuity of golu
bearing; veins, so fur developed, gives
certainty, so fur as geological knowledge goes, that millions of dollars
Ho waiting further development.
which is touring In Canada visited
Vlotoria and othor places on Vancouver Island on Thursday and Friday,
returning to Vancouver yosterday
evening. They leave tomorrow on
their return East, and expect to reach
England about tho ond of tho month.
The party have been greatly impressed by tboir journey through the Dominion, which they say has been an
endless series of magnificent sura
prises aud revelations. Their admiration was especially excited by tbe
grandeur of tho scenery and thc extraordinary extent of tbe mineral,
timber, fishery, and agricultural
resources of Brstish Columbia. They
arc couvincod that tho province has
started upon a career of great prosperity and development, both of its
natural wealth and of its ocean trade
with Asia, America and Europe, and
it will become so famous for climate
and scenery that an increasing number of European tourists will visit it
every year. All the members of the
party express their hearty appreciation of the cordiality and welcome extended to them by the provincial
government and the authorities of the
different cities visited by tbem.
IT
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C. 11
Oen. Manager  Hayes Has Plans
Completed Whereby
TIIE GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY
Will   Build to  St.  Paul and
Through Manitoba  and
the Northwest
Rossland Ore Shipments.
For the first timo In recent months
a week has been passed In Rossland
without some slight Interruption to
s hipping operations at one or other of
the big mines, says tho Rossland Miner, aud the result is that, a normal
figure hus beon attained in the output. The tonuuge forthe weok ending
Mill*.'lit is over j-,000, and unless the
niiforseen occurs the regular weekly
average fur the balance of the year
will range between oight and nine
thousand tons, On this basis the
eamp will not be producing largely an
compared witb tbo tonnage expecten
wben lower freight and treatment
charges stimulate production at tbe
Le Roi, and concentration is applied
to War Eagle and Centre Star ores.
The magnitude attained by tbe output
is a guarantee ot a large payroll and a
prosperous winter in tbe camp.
The week's total is made up as foi
lows: Le Roi, 4,125 tons; Le Roi Nu 2,
1,311: Centre Stur, 1,680; War Eagle,
1,1,0, Giant, 180; Velvet, 80. Total for
week, 8,559 tons. Tbe amended total
for tbe yoar to date is 241,543 tuus.
Tho British Journalists.
Colonist.���'11)0 following dispatch
sent by tbo party of British journalists
to the press of the United Kiugdom
through Reuters agency, indicates
that Hrilish Columbia made a deeper
impression upou tbem than any other
portion of the Dominion. Tho meant
tolten to acquaint them witb tbe
resources of British Columbia, and tbe
hospitality shown them, contributed
largely to this favorable improssiou,
Hritish Columbia ''scooped" tbe balance of thn Dominion, so fur as the: a
journalists aro concerned. There was
as much to see elsewhere oo doubt,
hut thu necessary trouble was not
taken to have It shown.
Vancouver Sept. 7.
of British journalists
Tho Chicago and Grand Trund have
vory oxtonsivo plans for making that
line a transcontinental system. Mr.
Chas. M. Hayes, general manager of
tho graud trunk, has been bere preparing a programe for tho oxtension
west from Chicago. Since Mr, Hayes
left thosorvico of the Southern Pacific
and resumed bis old place with tlie
Grand Trunk system be. has,been vory
busy with those plans Mr. Hayes
roturued to Chicago a few weeks ago
from Londou, where his proposals wero
submitted to tbe Grand Trunk board,
aud it is said they have received the
approval of the directors. Tho idea is
to extend the Grand Trunk through
Wisconsin and Minnesota to St. Paul
tt-euce northwest lutu-Manitoba and
from there to build a lino practically
paralleling tthoC. P. R. Tho report
comes from one of Mr. Hayes' closo
associates, who says there is. no question that active work in construction
will begin within 12 months.
the education of the Boor children,
excito the utmost resentment of the
whole British press,'and the document
tends to alienate the sympathy whieh
hus hitherto been for the Boot* people
iu many cjiitirtoi'!. It is regarded as
a manifesto of hostility to Great Britain aud tho work, not of. Generals
Botha, Do Wet and Delarey, but oi
Dr. Loyds, tho European representative uf thc Boers, aud Mr. l.eit_, former state secretary of tho Transvaal,
and a blunder which the Boers will
live to regret. The sentiment contained in tbe manifesto that 3000
houses were burned is declared to be
gross exaggeration, and complaint is
made tbat while the document presents tbe causa against Great Britain
in tne worst possible light, itdishonest-
ly Ignores tho fact thut the British
government has promised to advance
loans froe of interest for two years to
enable tbe Boers to settle on tbeir
farms. It is pointed out that if Boers'
estimato, $30,000,000 uf larms destroyed
is incorrect, the.,5,000,000 grants under
the peace terms will givoeaeh family
iiiOO. Tbo idea that the appeal is
likoly to result in gottlng something
like $150,000,000 is ridiculous.
So Says Bernard Macdonald, Manager of Le Roi No. 2.
Tho   party
The Rob Roy.
Tbe above property, situated on tbe
north fork of the Lardeau, Is to be
worksd with a considerable forco during tbe coming winter. A pack train
loaded with supplies from G B. Butbo
and Co. left Ferguson Tuesday for tbe
claim and another will be sent as
soor as tbo pack train is available
The property Is owned by Rev. Mr.
Courtney, wbo was In Ferguson during
tbe summer, and other Ontario capitalists. Tbe Eaglo cannot speak as tu
the showing on tbe claim, but can say
that it Is at, least la u good mineral
belt.       	
Botha Receives $10,000.
General Botha, tho former Boer
commander, in a spseub at Rotterdam
recently said ho had received 110,000
in aid of the destitute Buora from
Arthur White, an American, and appealed to others to follow bis example
as tbe general's purposo of obtaining
further compensation for property
destroyed bad failed. They had no
intention of changing tbe peace conditions, but thoy appealed for assistance for the 10,000 wounded, the
majority of whom aro incapable of
working; and for thoso wbo had lost
everything.
A party of Boer farmers sailed for
Canada on tho 122nd via England for
tho purposo of seeing bow farming is
carried on in Canada, thoy will alio
sail from Vancouver to Australia and
then on te tbe Cape.
HE IS LEAVING ROSSLAND
But 'Will Continuo  tho Management of Le Roi No. 2 and Ross-
land-Kootenay Mines.
Redistribution.
There appears to bo a hitch in tho
meeting of tho provincial premiers,
which was announced by Mr. Peters,
leader of the Prince Edward Island
government, to take place in the city
of Quebec this month. September Is
nearly over and there has boon no
word or sign of tbo meeting.
It Is understoud tbat tlie premiers of
the English speaking provinces, or at
least Ross, of Ontario; Peters, of
Prince Edward Island; Tweedle, of
New Brunswick, and Murphy, of Nova
Scotia had agreed upon an appeal to
tne Imperial government to bring
about a modification of tho British
North American Act, so as to prevent
tbo three provinces losing members,
which ii|p*ars to bo tho remit of tbe
last census. Thoso gentlemen, however found a stumbling block It is
suid, ln Premier Paront, of Quebec,
hence tbe calling off permanently or
temporarily of a conference of provincial premiers, and It Is now said tltst
lower provinces' liberal momborsand,
in fact, thc whole deputation from
Nova Scotia, Now Brunswick and
Prince Edward Island, are pledged to
voto against any redistribution bill
taking away members from tho roura-
tlmo provloces. ���News,
Mohecan Oroup.
Thc above group lies r.ear Eight
Mile and is owned by a syndicate ol
Kossland gentlemen including J. W
Westfall, who is superintendent,
Fred C. Elliott, solicitor, auu
J. C. Murray, resident director, Om-
slderable surface work has'been dune
this summer, mostly in prospecting
the property. There is a good ledge
carrying values In cupper and silver
andean bo traced for 000 feot showing
good clean ore all the way. Although
vory little depth has been attained,
somo recent assays of lhe ore gave
the following fine results, 617.00, .11(1,-
00, .11.00, ���JlU.80andSI22.00.
Word was brought down Monday
that tbo load is better than ever and
tbe munagument have deter mi tied to
keep a small force of men on tho property all winter. The property is nol
stocked concern and no shares are
consequently to be sold- Tho owners
believe they have a good property and
aro going to open it up.
Reoeived by the Pope.
Archbishop Guldi, the apostolic
delegate to the Philllpplnc islands
and hli secretary, Father O'Connor, of
tho English churcb of Sao Sylvester
had an audience with the pope Miu-
day morning.
Tho pope also accorded a private
sudienco to Sir Wilfrid Laurlor, tho
premier of Canada, and Lady Laurier,
and was very cordial to them.
Boer Manifesto Resented.
Tho tone nnd contents of the muni
fnsto ofthe Boer generals, whieh was
issued In the form of au appeal  to th
civilized  -orld, for contributions  to
assist tb   destitute Boers and help in
Trout Lake Oddfellows.
Tho oddfellows ot Trout Lako had a
most successful dance on Tuesday
night to celebrate the completion and
opening of thoir new hall. Busses
were run between Ferguson aud Trout
Lako and a largo number attended
from tbis town. The dance was a
good one and had the reads not been
so very muddy there would havo been u
much larger crowd from outside iiuints.
As It was thero were 2.1", enuples
presont including a numbor from Comaplix.
��� The new building has a splendid
hall above aud Stores below. It I'Otlocts
credit tA tho enterprise of the oddfellows and also on the contractor. Mi,
Steve Woods.
First Snowfall of tho Soasou.
Thursday afternoon Phoenician,
were treated to tlio llrsl. snow fall ol
the season. For two or threo hours il
stormed furiously, covering everything
with an inch uf tho beautiful, which,
however, quickly disappeared the
next day in the warm SUUBhiuo. Tho
autumnal equinox wns certainly a su
cess. Last year the first full of snow
here occurred September 6l,b,���
Pioneor.
The will of the lato Jot,n W. Mac-
Kay bas been admitted to probate in
Sau Francisco, and Clarence II. Mac-
Kay has taken his oath.us executor.
Cluronco H. MacKay, wfco la 27 yoars
old will como io fur 860,000.00. Tho
family consists of the widow, Clarence
tho son auil Princess Culunim, tbe
daughter,
The report has been circulated about
thc city for some time past tbat Bern-
nard Mocdonald, general manager ami
consulting engineer of the Lo Roi No-
2. and Russlaod-Kuotonay mines, wa.
about to move to Spokane aud mak-
that city his headquarters. in' as*
interview with the Miner yesterday
Mr. Macdonald confirmed thc report
and discussed the matter an follows:
-'Well, yes, the report is practically
true. I havo taken a house in Spokane
and my family moves thero in a couph
of weeks or so. I have decided to
make Spokane my home and my bu--
ine-fs headquarters in future,
"This move ln no way dlsturbes MJ
present connection with the minos ai
this place. I expect lh:.'* tho more
oentral location of Spokan * i-i tbe
mining regions will bu advantageous
to my business, whito thu uperlor
educational facilities It affords .vill he
very desirable for my family.
"My opinion us to tho permanency o'
tliis camp bus suffered no change anu
is well known. Thc mining and
bonofleitation of the ore deposits that
lie under tbe mountains surrounding
Kossland will occupy tho genius and
attontion of mining engineers for thc
present generation at least, and Ross-
lund should be, In consequence, a pros
porous community and continue, asi:
now is, one ofthe most desirable mining camps uf the Rooky mountains in
which to live.
"I think the depression io minin.-
has already reached low water mark
iu fact I look fur a goneral renaissance
of tho industry within the next fo��
yoars in the provide,!. I expect th<
federal and provincial legislation thai
is now killing th*! industry will hu
repealed. I anticipate that a new anr:
comprehensive code ul mining laws.
framed by the collaboration of statesmen, political economists aud iiiiriin;
engineers will be passed by both Dominion and provincial parliaments
Such a codo would bo so framed as to
reloive mining, uot only of its present
legislative burdens, but also Insure to
il adequate protection nud frci'dun
from tho clumsy and burdensome ua*
ii u ii I cminations of tbo legislators a:
Vlotoria for a dozun years ut luttBt.
Tne stability which such a code would
bring to the industry onuld attrao
capital lor Investment in mining enterprises from all quarters nf tho world.
**I am u lirm believer in the bright
future of Hrilish Coluaiblu and shal
always bo pleased to do what I can ko
hasten the day."���Rossland Miner.
The Comstock.
Tho Comstock group is situated near
tho mouth of tho west fork of thc Dun
can river. Tburc is a good Bhowinf*
sluco tbo season's assessment work has
been completed, Tho lodge has beet'
traced fur a distance of 100 foet by
moans oi open surfaco euls and thore
is a foot of nearly solid galena, J. M.
Brown has been up at tbo property
having thu work dono and he is quits
clatud ovor liio way tho dovelopmota',
has Improved the showing. The property Is owned by Geo. M. Taylor,
Judge Miller and J, M. Brown, Lardeau Eagle
i   Ulsho-
of our leads are becoming'known to
Iho investiiiff classes, It will not
b.- long be'.'ore there will be plenty
of buyers coming alter developed
claims and therefore' it behooves
those who have likely looking pros-
E. G. WOODWARD, I Pects l0 put lhem '" such "sMe of
ta-whom all corrMpondoticoshoul 1 bo mailed,  development   lh:it   an estimale may |
��������� ""^        : = be make of tlieir value,    It pays to
SulMrtritlon Raton:, l_.oo'por annum, to I .���.,',_,_..
* .*.* ,,'t'ir,'*,'in eni'-riiiii; M.-'*, lor aix months; develop a property partially at least,
is.fiun your to ii'i'i'iiJii luldroases.   No i-ay. nol
���.spur. | and  if the property turns out good
j,,' I'rlntimr   Tlio Eaglo Job deportment  the labor   spent   will   he   returned
. Hi ��� i,.**i equipped olllco.'inn Iho .nil** olllco |
��iii,*ii linn iiirniaii iho typoainphii'iii union ton  ii'kl In the yicrensed price lhut
A. YEND.
H. RUFF.
Kaslo
Brewing Co.
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nay: ti u'Ui
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1 111 1
can be obtained,
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no 111
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There  lias  been
work   done  on
:  ;!!i;'i']fy h^ii\i���'''r'a 'arl>e amount of
JiSWH��W^ffi)|��^^-!the.proiipectiin thc Ferguson dis-
nMv5ayTsitSnotKlli*r��lxiy clays.IJ*l��i trict the past summer and there arc
���i-i .������ daya, .<",.   No nils, nccoploil ill less Hum ,
csorotes.  No room for quook uda, I sure 10 be a considerable number ol
foar weekly Insertions constitutes ont |cleals Put through during next year.
month's advertising.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER II, IBl'i
EDITORIAL NOTES.
Since llic snowfall of last week
the Lardeau lias been enjoying a
spell of exceedingly line weather.
This is quite natural, however, and
customary in high altitudes. October is generally lhe best month
ol'.the year u> accomplish good
work and ii the present good weather should continue through the
month, there will have been a
grent ileal ol work done and the
vUstrict will be in a strong position
to lace lhe winter. There is a vast
amount of work under wuv at the
present lime, two tramways are
being built an*.! *��reparaiious are bt-
ing made on :i largo i.umber ul
claims io continue development all
w nler, . and if bad weather were to
s i! In permanently it would mean a
serious inconvenience and loss to
the.camp. The Ireiglit teams and
p.,c*. Hams are kept constantly on
the move to cope with lhe large
amount of merchandise that is being shipped to Ferguson and then
packed to the mines and prospecis
throughout llic district. The lown
itsell is not what one migut call
lively, but trade has a healthy complexion and lively times will follow
when the miners begin to return
Irom tbe hills.
On Friday last Ferguson was
visited by a severe snowstorm that
lasied all night and covering the
ground to a depth of lour inches.
It looked decidedly wintry Saturday morning as residents came
forth from their warm beds with
the exclamation on their lips: Ye
Cotl-j what are we up againsi! Can
winter have set in before September
is expired. On the mountain summits the situation was worse and
the men at the Triune fearing snow
slides, and possibly fearing thai
snow might continue to lall till next
April, packed their blankets and
nidged down lo Ferguson. However the weather turned warm Monday and the snow disappeared rapidly und lhe men hired over again
d.tcrmin.d to slay tins lime lor lhe
winter. Tne storm was the yearly
e-jinnox bul came this year niuch
cur.i.r. Pioneers say that this is
g-ood amd that there should be
several weeks ot line weather following the storm. The weather
lor the week has certainly been the
oest that one could desire.
Manufacturers
Boor and t'ortc
i,i'   111*;!]   flu.'
U'e malic tt
Specialty ot Bottled Porter.
  OUH 	
Keg and Bottled
JBeer
Is prune shift.
>fnil orders receive prompt attention.
YEND & RUFF,
Proprietors,
KASLO,       -       -      -       B.C.
EAGLE BILL
The Townsite of
on second floor in l��a��>le block
Ferguson, B. C.
���_����� Open for engageinenffor
day or night meetings
at reasonable rental.
Write or call on
E. O. WOODWARD,
Proprietor.
FERGUS
The Pay-Roil  Centre of the
Rich   Lardeau   District.
Buy Lots Now And Get
in on the Ground Floor
The Lardeau is the richest
known mining district in British
Golumbia and tbe mines, particularly those about Ferguson,
contain large quantities of ore
being big as well as rich. Several
new properties will ship
ore during the coming year and
the town is sure to double
in size Buy a few lots now
before the effect of this year's
progress sends them up, mayhap beyond your reach.
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The smellers at Trail, Greenwood, Boundary Falls, Grand
Forks, Nelson and others throughout British Columbia are running
full blast - and treating more ore
llian ever belore, and at Boundary
Falls the smelter is being enlarged.
The supply of coke from Fernie nnd
Morri.scy continues ample for the
demands. Thc copper situation is
improving and thc price of lhe
metal rising and altogether the
mining situation in British Columbia
is assuming a more hcaliy condition.
The Lardeau district holds the
record, for u>����, for big mining
deals In British Columbia. As
was stated in these columns some
time since, there is more attention
being paid lo the Lardeau mining district by those who are looking for desirable properties than to
any district of B. C. or Ihe Western
states. One does not have to look
far for thc reason either. Our high
tirade ore* and the permanent}' of
Old Gold and Guinea.
Tho men wornlm; on the Old Gold
and Guinea (.old quit work last week
iu conaequence of a new order having*
been received by the foreman to the
effect tbat the men must not work
Sundays. The' management remained
lirm in their decision to observe Sunday iu future and the men likewise
refused toreturn unless thoy could
work and got pay for soven days a
week, therefore men have beeu got
from Rossland to fill the positions.
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ATCHMAKER
and JEWELER
A FIRST CLASS LINK OP
WATCHES
CLOCKS
AND
JEWELRY
ALL KINDS OF WATCH
AND JEWELRY REPAIRING
James V. Reeves,
Ferguson, B. C.
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PRIVATE DINING  ROOMS FOR
LADIES.
SADOUARTISRS FOR COMMERCIAL AND  .MIXING MEN.
THEI
BALMORAL HOTEL
GORDON & SUNGER, Props.
CAFE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT UNDER SAIHE HANAGEHENT.
SAMPLE BOOMS IN CONNECTION
Ferguson, B. C,  Opposite the Postoffice.
.fcfc.i-ifcv-.w-fc.-si
Windsor Hotel
When coming into Perguson the first hotel to
aee is tho Windsor. Tf otio is looking for the
bost accommodation; i. e. Clean, well tended
rooms, a well furnished table and choice liquors and cigars, then tho Windsor is the best,
place to stop. Reading'rooms and parlors'
nicely furnished.   Everything quiet,
Madams O'Connor^ Proprietress,
Business Lots $150 up.
Residence Lots $75 up.
���**** -*������ ��� * **
For Further Information Apply to
Henry  Floyd
General Agent,
Revelstoke, B. C.
-^���A��UtM-^tJ*0^*��VJ6J^K_^
-UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT-
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Prospectors' Exchange    I
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$*
THE
ARTHUR EVANS, Proprietor.
THOMSON'S LANDING, B. C.
TABLES SUPPLIED WITH THE
������BEST IN THE MARKET-**-
���THE CHOICEST OF WINES.*      L.
������LIQUORS AND -HCI-.R8*-*      -jf
r
Everybody    OUT   Special
s mokes    	
-AND-
The Union
CIG^AB
They aro nil Unto , miido anil of tlie
host Havana Tobaeoo money cnn
buy. Try ono unit antlsly "tiuriiill
nalo tlii'lr iiuiilllv.
Union Cigar
Factory, ty.A.
B r o w N, Prop.
When you reach Trout Lake City put
up thc Queens. .Good accommodation
..Best ot service .. Choicest wines,
liquors qnd cigars. .Fire proof safe,.
Auraiiamson Brothers, Proprietors.
Queens Me
I1ESTI..00 A DAY HOUSE
IN THE LAttDEAII DISTRICT.
BEST CUISINE SERVICE.   "Sr
REFITTED AND REFURNISHED,   jit
���|p$*--&��#^-$*3^
%"   REST WINES. LIQUORS AND CIOARS,
���Ji    FINELY EQUIPPED BAR.
1    Hotel Lardeau
ff /. Laughton, Proprietor.
Ik FERGUSON, B, C.
HEADQUARTERS FOR MINERS
AND MINING MEN	
NEATLY FURNISHED,
WELL LIGHTED AND HEATED ROOMS,
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I
CONVENIENTLY   W��
SITUATED ON VICTORIA AVE. THE CHURCHES.
.Service will bo bold In Eagle hall
overy Sunduy commencing nt.'lp, tu.,
ana alternate Sundays at 8 p. iu, All
arc invited to attend.
S. J. Green, Pastor.
Aii**tiruu.
Divine soi'vloo will, bo bold every
L-iunday in l'*ij-lo hall at a in tho afternoon and S in the evening alternately.
An invitation to attend is extended to
everybody. H. A. Solly.
Curate.
Notice of Dissolution of
Partership
1 give notice that tho partnership
hei't'lofore existing between myseli
and Ivan I'lijson under tbe firm inline
of McDuncll & Edson is dissolved by
me.
Dated Sept. 16th, 1002,
. A. J. MoDonell.
Time Table.
S.'S. ABOHHR OR S.S. LARDEAU.
Running' between Arrowhead, Ben
tun ami Cntnupllxi commenolntr Outic
her l-h... 11101, ivtll suil us fultuwe.
weuttttji' pflrmitting'.
Lt*nHnjp Arrowhead foi* Benton am
ComapllXi twice daily���10k and 15k.
Leaving Beaton and Comaplix fin
Arrowhead, twice dully���7:15k an.
12;45k. Making close conneotioiih
with all il P. K. Steamers and trains
Tbo   owners  reserve   the   right   t<
chiinne  timus   of   sailings     withou
noiiio,
Tha Fred Robinson Lumber Oo.Ltd,
Notice,
Any Mine shook Issued at tho Grout Westoni
Mines, DiiJ.i or .Silver Uup Minos, ui list bu pm
Buntuu for payiui'tii ��t tlio above ooniuuaiuh
nrti.v. by iii..1 hMii for whom It Is las tied.
DONALD CJ. FOKBKS, M Hunger.
Not ii i. to Doll ii fluent Co-Own em.
'Tn C.J. Smith mid P. W. IHiin<lrIcof to fitly
pcr��on or [lureoilfl to whom tl.ey may htm1
iraniiforrod thoir interests ln the follow! tip
tintieral claima, tho "Mollfo a" and ������liomia,
Key" lociituil nt Slmrt creek, south of Pan.
ureoii in the Trout Lako mining division ot
Wosi kootonay.
Tflkp notli'O tlmt wo tho nndorsicnod have
pprfin.-incd tho work nnd .eeorded tlio fissosa*
nu'iit on tlio abovo named proportion for tlie
years 1_HK1;I!WI and Jji order to hold vour
iiitt'io-i* In Bald iilaltna under Section, 'JI o'f the
Minora) Art, and if Within it) days of the llr.-i
liiiblii'iilioii boreof you fall or refuso lo <ini-
trlbnto your portion, of suoh oxpondituro
together with the cost of advertising, vour
tutorost in tho Bald clalihfl will becomo the
propprtyof the nubnorlliorfl under seetion 4 of
iltc Mineral aot of moo.
Dated at Ferguwm- tt.G. this4tlt dayof Juno
I'.'tfA
miriin.1   .HKJHtYBA-NW.
inneti M**"0(l    JOKMOKl.TT.
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New Idea
Woman's
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Formerly
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THIS is (he cheapest and best
Fashion Magazine new before the American public. ..shows
New Ideas In Fashions, in Millinery,
in Embroidery, in Cooking, in
Woman's Work and in Reading;
beautifully illustrated in colors and
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shows thc very fashionable New Idea
SrvtBS, mide from New Idea Patterns, -.vliJch cost only lOc. each.
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THE  FI-RGUSON
SAW AND
PLANING
MILLS
AID FOR FERGUSON'S HOSPITAL \ $^4.i$4t>$W&S>4m<$m4mQv>4<S
The minora und business mon of
Forguson have united to oroot ti hospital hurt.'. This is un absolute necessity us there is no placo in which we
���can properly care foe a sick man who
limit happen to huvo a home of his own.
There has been about, $1,500 subscribed
towards tho hospital locally and thc
I'lai'lo lots been t'Hqnested to receive
subscriptions from outside points which
will bo ncltnowlcdded through tho
columns of tlio Kudo each week.
There is some thing like $1,500 more to
raise and wo hope that thoso who havo
lumli' mono}' In this camp will reinuin-
. hor 'hose who work awa.v from the
cpmfoits of older communities and semi
along a liberal sum to help io the good
work. The hospital will be owned and
operated by the members of Lardeau
.Miners'Union. Address all subscriptions to Iho .Initio.
A.
All kinds of Rough
and Dressed Lumber
in stock.
We have engaged a
first class mechanic
and are prepared to
take contracts for anything in the building
line.   Workmanship
guaranteed.
SMITH & LABEAU, *
PROPRIETORS. I
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j Schools, si<'k���'
AIIKKU8* ATTKXTION-A rom-
I plate blowplpo outfit nml reforonco
I Iibmry fro-o to thoso taking n courso
I in afotttl Mining. Homl for free
4       circular.    Addrusa ..oprosoutntivo
I w. ii. McnouoAU..
J -Ntilsoii, IS. V.
IfERLIL m OF CANADA
HKAO HFl-ICK, TORONTO.
D. It. Wilkin, General Miihagor.
Capital {Pald-upi $2,500,000
Hest   ....  $2,125,000
Iranouos In Ontario, Qitoboo, Msnitot>a, N. W.
T. unci Hrlllali Columbia.
AGENTS AND CORRESrONOENTS,
Oroal Britain���I.Inyds nnnk, Limited
L'tillQil States���Now Vork, llankol Montreal.
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BRANCHES IN li. C*.
-   ���   A. .hikes, Manager.
A. E. Wilms,
J. M, bay,
Vaneouvcr,   ���
tcvelstnke, -  -
kelson,  - J,
l.i.lrlcn. J. 8   till,,*;
I'urguson,   -   -   -  -   U*. MaeiloniiM,
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT,
Interest allow eil at current rates.
A general banking business transacted,
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������BI8TER"
((el's of North America
THIS IS TII I.
UNION' LABBIi of
tin* United Hatters
of North America.
When* yon arc htiv-
11^ a PUB HAT,
ither soft or stiff,
see to it tlmt ilic
L'cnuhio 1'N I ON
liUbcl ia Bnwert in It.
If ii ri-tuilcr litis
Ioobo Iftbola In iii.s
possession nnd of-
ters to put one in a
hut fur you, do not
l-nlruni/*.* him.   Ho
hits not any rigni to nn\6 looao liibcla. boose
lubalfl In reiufi Blprosiiro counterfeits. Do not
listen to any cxymmtinn us to why tho bill
has no label. The Genuine Union Label is
liorforatoit on tho four edges oxailtly tbo samo
as a postago stamp. C'ouiitorfolts arnsomo*
times perforated on tliroo of tbo cdjioa, and
xomotimcH oulv on two. Koop a sharp lookout
for the counterfeits. Unprincipled maitufac<
riirors are wring thorn in order to pet rid of
tnuir Hcab-madn lints. Tht' .lobn It Stetson
Uo, and lieprv II. ftooiofs A Co,, both of Philadelphia, Ph., are non-union concerns,
JOHN A. MOl-TITT. President,
Orange, N. J,
JOHN PIUU-IPS. Seerctiuy,
tl w Bedford Are.. Brooklyn, N.v
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   ,   ,   .
ARROW l.AKKS, 11.R.
Tlie most complete resort on tlio continent
of Norili- Amcrfcii. Kltnatcl midst seenory
uuiivnlU'd for grandeur., i'.-ialing, fishing
and excursions. Keshlent physician ami
nii'w, lu telegraphic coiinnunicaMon with
all purls of tlie world. Two malls arrive nud
depart every day. Its batllS cute all nervous
and muscular diseases :.a wators heal all
klilnoy, liver and Btomaclt ailments. Its
baths and waters are ft tiuro remedy nuainst
all argentiferous poisons. TKRM8: |IQ to
fl6 per week, according to residence in hotel
or villas.
Thoro Is only ono bort milling journal.
That Is
Mines and Minerals.
It 1ms a larger circulation tb.in iiny tivootiier
American mining Journals becauso it is the
best. It is the largest, bost Illustrated and
handsomosl mining journal lu tlio no?id. It
isii milling paper for mining men. Subscription price ?2.00 per year. Scud for froe sample
copy AddW8sMIKEaANI)MIXERAL8,gerBii-
ton, Pa.,'U.S. A, Deliver offlces, llrtrlli tfUlg.,
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Drugs and Stationery
Presort pilous Carefully and
..Accurately t'ompounded..
A.  F.  RANKI N E
1'. O. III.OCK, FERGUSON, B. 0.
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THE  NEW AND ONLY
OFTHIS DISTRICT
Including the Fish Creek camp
and Upper Dune n Rivor soctlob, compiled by A. P. Cumminsj P. h. 8.-, and 8
Shannon. U. A., Is now on Bale at this
Office. The ready sale of the map is
proving all we have said for it, Die
Trout ��akodivision is lithographed in
black, the Lardeau in red,and tho Alnsworth tn blue. ].ven a tenderfoot could
take a copy of this innp and liml anv
elaim recorded in thc three* divisions.
Thc mountains, lake1*, -sreeks, wagon
roads, trails, surveyed railway routes,
and the location and name (by atnil-jii*-
index) of every mineral claim in tho
district is shown.
Next   to   Visiting   the   Country   In
Person This Map Takes First Place,
In farl every geographical
feaiiim is so well define ! that ono cnn
nee at a glance tbe nature of our country
and ihe trend of tho elaim locations
gives an intelligible Idea uf tho mineral
belts nmnftiR through the camp. It is
aertaiply
The    Best    Worth    For   One   Dollar
ovor offered In thc map line of a mining
camp. It is the first complete map ot
thu district ami Is selling woll. It Is just
what you are looking for. WIS ALSO
HAVi; A F1SW ALU'S MOUNTKD ON
MNKN, WITH A (fOODUOVI_.lt.POK
TKAVKLLi.ltS Olt PBOSPKt TOKS,
WHICH SKLL AI' ��1.60. TIIJSSK ARK
THK IIKST VALI'i-;, AS THKV WILL
LAST FOR YJiAKS.
Address your order, with an
enclosure of a one dollar bill, Im.
cheques, orders, ete.j to
Mining companies or others ordering
lots of 20 or more, maps will bo sup
plied at 50 cents each,
THE LARDEAU EAGLE,
Ferguson, B.C.
Canadian A ,-���
Pacific Ky.'
Reduced Rates
East
Sept. 29, .'.0.
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(-orrespondinjj red notions from nil stations.
1'ppcr Lake Stt'(im->i-H
Leave I'orI William Sunday,
Tuesday. Friday via 8oo Uuo,
I  st. I'atil. Dulttth, Chicago.
1       Tourist SI,-,-p,���t-Servile
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I    via. all Atlantic lilies.
;   Prepaid   ticket**,   from   all
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POST-illrEUMH..!. (0..SEAT1L., WASH.
S. P. WESTON, Business Manager.
C.4*-v^V\V\��'k*-3^\X-*.\V>A*_W^
CASH HOUSE FOilSHEBS
WE CARRY CARPETS,
t LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS AND |
j CHINA MATTING. .
J       IRON BEOS a Specialty       _
��� $5 and up. I
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Cloocls can be furnished to any part of Lardeau on very short notico
as the service is such that delivery can be made in one day from >.'e!��.,i..
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Ca.'i attend ease at Foiyuaon at ten  J
��� hours notioe If advised by wire. ��
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NELSON, B. C
ASHKOLA SHELTER CO., LTD
Capitalization $2,000,000
In 2,000,000 Shares, Pur Value $1.00 Each.
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VAKCOUVEH, J!. I .
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.VJIIll siipiiii.*..   Solo ngenla In  l:. H
C, for Mot/inn Crncllilo Co,, llnttcrson. B!
Knglimdj I', w. Iirflini ,��.- Co.'.- Pnton. f*l
.Coiy i-urriHi't**. Humors,etc,; U'*h..\iii.*.- a
worth ,t Co.'s Fluo Baliincos, No., olt.
ASSISTS
Throo-qitai'toi'S tit tho Capital Slock In Ti-oami-y, 2u,0U0 ulmres Slmlllm-
meon Vulley Coal Co,, l.iil.. Stock, ten noro Smcllor Bite at Atdinoln,
Three Minoral olaims altinitcl throe miles from Athnolti.
MO ncrasCoal tainde, noar Oknnagau f.ake, liuvIn-7 nn oljln fool seam
ot food steam and Dome.tie Conl.
Tho lir^t 200,000 of theso shares have nlrondj' bi en mWorll odiind sliures
are now selllno- al 1C cents on culls of two unci one-half eents.py monUj.
I-'or Further Information apply lo
R. J.   STEEL,
Official tinker,
Nelson, B. C.
��P
jilt' you   arc   building   w contemplate building wc will 'o.-
I pleased to quote you estimates on .-inything made  in our
Sash and Door
and we feel confident that wo can give you-^satistdction in
every particular.    Write: Sawyer Bros,, Revelstoke, B, C.
,.*
M LOCAL FIELD
IN BRIEF
.���������������������������
.1. V. Hooves haa moved his jowelrj
business iuR) part of A. Cumiiiins &
Co.'s premises.
c.Thos. Taylor, M. L. A., was a Kei
j;;i.o-j visitor Wednesday.
F. C, Elliott, barrister, of Trout
Lake \ Istted Ferguson Thursday.
H. N, Coursier, Intmunre agent of
lUvoltttoke, was ia town yosterday.
t Mrs. Bunso, who luis been vlsltlnc
jlrs. A. Cummins returned Wednes-
jluy to hor home in Grand Forks, U. C.
. W. II. Mlllman, represooting H. P.
Kelihuidt & Co., importers and whole*
���ale grocers, Toronto was in town Sunday and Monday.
Mrs. Newcombe and Mrs. Carter
loft ou Sunday (or a visit to tho coasi
and also to Mrs. Carter's homo at
Walla Walla, Wash.
L.  C.
i* titro.
Fulmer hus quit tho pay-rol'
Small,   representing   Kelly*
Vaucouvor,   is in Forgusor
. Dr. Gifford ot Minneapolis, praai-
dent of tbo Old Gold, and othor mining
companies in tho Lardeau, left Trout
Lako for home Tuesday.
���I. C. Murray, accountant for tho Old
Cold, Mario Marilla, and othor companies operating in the Lardeau, wasa
visitor to Ferguson Tuesday, .
Mrs.  Kirkpatrick and  Miss Wood
ward took the stags Tuesday' morning
on  their way to New- Westminster lo
uttcnii tho annual Provincial fair.
.* it
A, S.   Carson,   selling   semi-ready
clothing from Calgary, and W. K.
ilegaw, goneral merchant, Of Vernon,
worn passengers on tho stage into Forguson Wodnesday.
Tho sixth annual fruit fair of the
Walla Walla, valley was thrown open
10 the public on Sept. 22i)d witb appropriate ceremonies and amid uu
electrical display never equaled In that
city.
Mr. J. A. McCrossan, manager of
tho Metropolitan Co. bus bud tbe
Perry 'cottage refitted and furnished
ind on Saturday lust moved in, This
is one of tho neatest cottuges in For-
rtison.
R. P. Pettipiece has purchased his
partner's Interest, in tho Canadian
.Socialist and changed tho narao of the
paper to tho Western Socialist. Mr.
Wrigley, who was a partner, has
returned to Toronto to start a paper to
bo called tho Eastern Socialist.
Manager W. Macdonald of tl e
Imperial Bank has moved into his
bow residence on the cornet* of Vickers street and Walker ave., The
bul Id Ing is a cottage having six rooms,
besidos clothes closets aud summer
kitchen, and is conveniently laid nut
as well as occupying a pretty site and
commanding a good view of the town
and surrounding hills.
Hon. J. H, Ross, Governor of the
Yukon torritory has tho Liberal nomination for the commons from tbo
Yukon. He will be unable to take
part ln tbo campaign, as tbo condition
af his health makes it necessary for
him to visit California for which stato
���0 leaves shortly. Tho election takes
place on December .lid. Theoppnsl
tion will also have a candidate In lhe
Geld in tho person of Joseph
Clarke, editor of a Dawson newspaper.
Mr. Archer Baker, European traffic
manager of tho C. P. 1... left this
afternoon for the Kootenays. Ho Is
iiccompuniod by Geu. Jameson, C. 13.,
and a party of Knglish tourists and all
left on tbo private car Alberta, which
was attached to tho regular express
for tho cast. From tho Knotoiiuys tbe
pafty will run oast ovor tho Crow's
Nest Pass line to its junction with tho
main lino and then continue light
through to Montreal.���Provinco.
An ordinance has just boon promulgated by Emperor William of Germany
forbidding under .even* chastisement
any member of the Gorman army,
court, state or church, to join tie
Christian Scienco cult. Kev. Dr. Wm.
Fa hor. tbo court chamberlain, has
been striving to devise some means if
Buproesing tho new religion ln Gor-
maoy but thus far has boen able to
take no more effective measures than
sermons and pamplets. Tho kaiser
has declared bo will os.raeieo any
va.mb.rot tho court or army who joins
tho new church, whether fo.- tho sake
tl being cured of disease or for purely
spiritual purposes.���Truth,
n. A,
Inuglaa,
��.day.
W, Fowler has returned from Bevel*
,toke and taken bis former position iu
Sobneli's barber shop.
I.olpli  Higgcnson,   foreman at the
Hd Gold  was down  from  tho mine
. esteiday.
P. 0, Elliott, solicitor for the Mario*
Marilla Mining Co., mado tho llnal
mynieiit on the Pedro to the original
iwuers, ot 35,000 on Wednesday,
Speaking of tho recent lind of native
-liver on the Pedro, Mr. Elliott said
tho report bud not been exaggerated
ami tbo rich stuff was not merely a
pocket, there appears to be lots uf it.
��->��. .4
Local. With a l-ayiitreuk.
Saddle horsos for sale. We havo all
kinds and at all prices. We can suit
you.   Craig & Hillman, Beaton.
All the latest books, magazines and
periodicals for holiday reading in stock
ul tho Canada Drug &Book Co.'s store.
Revelstoke, B.C. Prompt attention to
mail ordors.
Ii pays to uso tho tolopbono.   A trip
u often bo saved to Trout Lako, Bea
ton, Arrowhead or Comaplix by using
tho phone.   Olllco in Cummins & Co.'s
Store.
* Smokers : If you want the genu
INE "Union" and "Our Special"
CIGAR see that "Union Cigar Factory"
is stamped in gilt letters on every box.
���H. A. Brown, Kevelstoke, B. C.
* To get acquainted witb this district
you should have a copy of the new and
only map. Send a one dollar bill to
tbo Eagle and secure one at once.
An ounce of prompt, businesslike
dealing and tbe truth, is worth moro
than half a page of advertising. When
you send to D. J. Robertson __ Co.,
Nolson, for furniture an uuswer will
r-'uch you by return mail, and nine
limes out of ten tlio goods will arrive
by the same trail..
FERGUSON   j
MEAT MARKET
| REMODELED   THRUOUT
*,
"    1   MOST complete cold storage
' A room just finished whore
; JJ, meats will be kept in a semi-
frozen statu and always fresh.
Now ono of the best appoint-
rd shops in the Interior of B.
0. Shop open froln 8 until
(I o'clock, excepting one hour
at noon. Not open on Sunday.
One door cast Hotel Lardeau
����������>>����-������-*>�� ����*.��������������-"�����** *-*���-*-
Repairing
We havo rented tho house
next to Smith's Laundry
and aro prepared to do all
Hinds ol repair work on
Men's Clothing
Iiifoniiiitliiii   Wmitml,
Anybody knowing the where.ibr.ut.8o-.
Joo Churchill, il mldbl*, -will confer n
yreat favor by eorre^pondlntr with tht-
uucj._rfcijjti._d:
Mks. J. E. ti. Churchill,
WaiaJua, Ouhn,
Hawaiian Islands.
ARE
You a
Wage
Earner?
If so why not invest some of your
earnings to meet a possible reversal
of fortune. For a safe, profitable
investment there is nothing beats
accumulation    policy    in   the
mv vn
LV
This is a purely mutual company
and all its assets, surplus and earnings belong to its policy holders.
For rates, etc., .apply lo agent,
E. 0. WOODWARD,
Ferguson, B. C.
Suits Cleaned,
Dyed and Pressed
Mesdames
JOHNSTON $ SIMMONS
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3 O   B- N. WILKIE, J
>i V_-T�� p. l. S. _
I Provincial
J Land
t Surveyor
.     Ferguson and Trout Lake.
3 Surveys mado and Crown Grants
jj Obtained.
5 Office:      ���
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ti
Trout Lake. [J
ILLIAM A. BAUER,
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DOMINION AM) I'ROVIN-
CIAL LAND SUKVEYORS,
Survey, nt Mines, Mineral Claims and
Crown Land.. Crown (.rants Ob*
lalneil unit Assessments Managed
forAbscntee..
Offices: Camborne and Vancouver
S     SHANNON, B. A.
ASSAYER and ANALYTICAL
CHEMIST.
H-*-.quarters for Iifnrmntto* Rcgirdfig
l-irdciia Properties.
W.lte for Ufurmtiliun.
Call and aee Simples-
OFFICE:    VICTORIA AVE..
FKKUU60N, B.C.
OBEUT HODGE,
R
BARRISTER, ETC. ���}
Solicitor for 3
The Imperial Hank ���}
Perguson, b. C. ji
OEFICK-In the Oplilr Lado block, ij,
t^A*
���'-2.xjrir_r.lt -.it ���-.���*.-?.'-__?-_--
l\*L3%
perguson flarber
When yen want a JJ
GOOD SHAVE       jj
LATEST HAIR CUT
-Call on-
W��. SCHNELL
Hot or Cold llatha In Connection.
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Send the Eajjle
to your friends
in the
East.
11 AUVEY.McCARTERi PINKHAM.  |
barristers, Sollciters, etc.
OU.res: Kevol.toll., Holden, tnd I'crga-
noil, Solicitor** lo:* Ir-ipcrlal Hank
of Canada. *'/
Uoo.8.MoCartor. J. A. Harvay.
A, M, Flukbam.
TIRED 0, ELLIOTT,
barrister,   Notary Public etc.
TROUT LAKB CITY B. 0., AND
Ferguson, B. C.
de V.loMAI8TKK4J.M*8COrr i,
fl
w.
barrister, Sollclter, etc
si
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
J. H. BCOTT, A. B. L. L. B.
W. dc V. lo Halitre, M, A.
H^^S^^S^^7-
McKinnon & Sutherland
OUR STOCK
Of Ladies Dress Goods, White
Goods, Trimmings, etc., etc., is
COMPLETE
Tlie new Stetson Hats for men received August ist are being sold rapidly.
We have added to our stock of Ready-
to-Wear Suits. We can fit and please
almost any fancy or any figure.
We have also a most complete stock of
Workingmen's Clothes and Boots.
McKinnon d? Sutherland
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j The Post Office Store
The most complete stock in Ferguson.
Union-Made Hats and Shoes.
Full line of Ladies' and Children's goods.
>y Make a specialty of filling mine orders in groceries w
/i     and 1 ar Jware. -R
Itf a Pair at Oar Head-Made Prespectors' Shoes.
G. B. Batho & Ca
*<*-s��-w^-w-w*w*-^W'*r'-r**T!_-T.
^-Ses^s^gvS^
CUMMINS * CO.
-^M!M
HI
Established 1896
General Merchants
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4 Packing and ^^n p^ng ^
���^Freighting     Transfer0utfit- \x
��� t Contracts entered Into for pnekin*** of Mining Supplies, tt
J J etc., to any point in the district. JJ
Good, prompt service, and an)- work undertaken g;uaran- W
teed.   Freiithtinj; from Thomson's Landing to t'erifiison R
a specialty, /
Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C.     S. Daney, Prop, ft
D     (J     \X71I CrkM    High CTms Mat-chant Tailor,
a\a  Oa    WI *L. *3-L/l\, RBVELSTOKB, B. 0.
t
My orders you may favor us with
Will receive prompt
attention.
Baa -I���I1
X3^^ia*}^i^#*JlJlJi*&^J&tt
\    Perguson Hotel
McDONELL S BLACK.
Proprietors.
FERGUSON, B. C.
!^,WntrVT*ttx*Vnvnttipi8i    ^^^^'^'^'ft'^rf^^^'^'^ff'^fi

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