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Ferguson,  B. C,   October 31st,  1902.
$2 a Year
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A Party of 30 From the
Middle States.
TO EX.'
The Big Denis That Havo Beon
Put Through During tho' Season Have Been, a Good Advertisement for Lurdeau.
-. A nfeetiig   of   the   N'or'hwostorn
Developniitot Syndicate was held last
Friday in the company's office, Nelson.
A party consisting uf about 30 share-
holders from Michigan were present,
Vary liitle luiBlness'was transuded th.
meeting adjourning for a week until
the blir party visited the mines. Op
Saturday the Americans aceon.
panlcd hy A. H. Gracey, manager of
the Imperial Development Syndicate,
Geoige Kldd, niauagor of the Royal
Hank; A. Dyers, manager of the Mae
Machine Co., 'frail;. A. H. Kelly end
H. bird, of Kelson. The Steamer
Rossluud let k lhe party In to Coma-
pllx where all available horses in thai
section l.nd l.ci-ii indued ahead.   Th"
" parly ic.urhoil Fish (.reek ciimp Sunday night, the I'ombuiue mine was
visiled Monday and ulso the new town
of GiildHelds, which Is within stew
hundred yards of lhe mino. On Tuesday tho |>ni t.i* vis'le.l tho I'lvu and
returned to Nelson Wednesday.
Cyclist's Neok llrnktu.
Frank D. Elwell of Brooklyn, an
International authority ou motor
eyling and frequent contributor to the
magazines devoted to this sport, has
been killed near Blcksvllle, L. I.,
while parti eipating in a club run.
The head stem of his machine broke
as he ivas speeding along at a fast
clip and be was hurled to the ground
with such forco that his neck was
broken- Elwell had travelled through
Europe, Asia aud Northern Africa on
tho.machine t.hutcuused his death,
There were 72 cyclists in the party.
Elwell was'tho last man In the string.
As the party neared Hicksvlllo ho put
on full power In order lu catch up with
the others and while crossing the
railway tracks his machine suikiunh
fell apart. When a physician reached
him be was doad.
With  Judge  Miller in
Rossland
ON ARRIVAL FROM LARDEAU
He Tell3 of the Work Done This
Year. Greater Advanoos
Made Than iii Any Two Years
of its History.
Uymenliil.
A Wedding took place at Clteadlo
(leu-bur 20th, when J. Six by whh unit
ed in marriage to Miss Julia House-
man. The bride was robed in a very
pretty gown of^whiie muslin and was
attended by Floronee flelwer, who
looked very charming In a pale green
gown, low neck and short sleeves, currying a buir.'h of spear grass. The
groomsman Mr. Helwer was attired in
full military uniform, and performed
his, part very satisfactorily. The happy couple left on a pair of eayuses,
fur a trip to the Blackball reserve ami
other eastern point-,- Tbey- expect lo
he gone about ten days. Rev. liai'i',.
Grooves officiated to tbe satisfaction ol
all present.���Calgary Herald.
I, Giving; Away Wateh.ni.
In prosecuting its plan to build up
tho largest cicculai Ion i n lhe Kootonay.
and Incidentally, in observance of its
seventh anniversary, the Trail Creek
News Is giving to eaeh new subserloor
swatch. It, is not a full jeweled 18
karat gold watch, hut it in a neat per
foot running timepiece, It is gunran*
teed lor one year and It It falls to keep
accurate lime dur'l'flg that period it
will bo exchanged for :i new one. The
fipvnntee is that of the largest coin-
puny of waleh dealers in the United
States. Tbe subscription to the News
is $2 per year, upon receipt of which a
watch will he forwarded, together with
the Trull Creek News for one yoar.
Remittances should be forwarded hy
express or postal order to Trail Creek
News, Trail, B C.
Ilia Mining Usat
A big mining  deal   was  closed in
Vancouver on Tuesday in tba purchase
hy a syndicate of  Indianapolis   and
Term Haute, Ind.', of the Portland nnd
Tli_.iik-'Blv.ug Dunce utllulcynii Springs.
The annual Thanksgiving dunce ai
the Halcyon Mot Springs ua* hulu
there uu Friday evening lhe lliili inst
Guests chuiu from u considerable dis-
lauee, Phoenix, Kossland, ISelsui,
Saudot) and Nukusp sending tbeir
quotas. Tbo ball aud supper rooms
were effectively decorateu witli le ���
toon? of cellar, Chinese lutiierus, ob-
quels uf aiilumuul Inliuge, with their
varying Huts and hues. The twin
(lags���the Uulou Jack and the Slut's
aud Sirii*cs were displayed among tbe
decorations'
1 be dancing began at 9:30 p, m ,
with the Circassian Circle, led off o>
Mr. McNuught and Mrs. Garde, uf the
Payne mine, Sitiidnu.
The ball room presented an animated picture with us uecuranous auu
the preliy cuslumes of thu laulus.
Duueing was kept up witli great
enjoyment until iniduigl.t when supper
wus auuuuuced. All trooped over lo
the diuiug room, where au excellent
supper-was served. The sulaus being
specially relished, and Mr. .McNuuglil
ln a lew words expressed bis pleasure
In receiving lliu various guests most ol
tbem old Irieuds aud patrons, auu
hoped all would continue 10 enjoy
themselves, auu cany uwuy u happy
other claims   In
31(10.000.      These recollection ol Iheoceaoiou,
claims are situated about 20 mlleB
south nf Nicola lake, on tho divide
between the Slmilkamecn and Nicola
rivers.
The salo was mado by J. E. Bate of
Kamloops.
A seam of coal six feet wido has
been discovered in the centre of the
city of Vancouver on Abbott street.
The lind was made while digging for
foundations.
Four hundred  Irish pilgrims  woro
Then Capt. l.ohliisuu, alter uhiimor*
ous i.tiuiulii'u Irom llicitens, in refer,
reueu to the lovely suluds, turkey auu
other good fare, a 'lu Sarah Gump,
and the good times they wero having,
invited the company to express men
feelings by singing the well known
Uiuy ''For, They Are Jolly Guud lel-
luws" in whicli all joiued lieunlly.
The ball room was once mure regain
ed, and dancing then proceeded, interspersed with songs until 3;il0 a.m.,
when tbe dancers retired after joining
in Auld Luug Syne, each expressing
tl eir gratification at tbo pleasure tlio
I oveulug bad alforded.    "It wus just
presented  to the pope   by Cardinal' fovely.. vwiiii0 remark hoard oo var
Moruu on tho 25th.    Tho pontiff ap- i0us sides.
pearud in his sedan chair surrounded
by thc pupal court, aud was onthuslas-'
tloally received by those present, eaoh
of whom kissed bis.hand. The company Included representatives of the
lrlsb municipalities.
. Great praise Is due to the manager
and* .-stuff, for their assiduous utteutioii
tu the. comfort and pleasure of tbo
guesus anil also a meed of luudks to
those guests who helped by music and
song to make tbe evening* success.
Tho Lardoau country has made
greater advances this year than In any
two prerh us years in Its history," said
Judge J. W. Miller this week on his
an iral in Kossland from the Lardeau
dl.triet, where bo has spent the entire
summer in the interest of the various
cumpauies wilh which ho is identified
'���Tha Canadian Pacific Railway." he
continued, *'hus done twice or thrice
the business it expected to do when the
Hue iv.is miner construction, which is
an excellent Indication of the country's
advance. There bas beeu a very large
importation of Macbiuery of every
description and supplies. More rich
strikes have Oeeti luadu iu old proper-
Lies ami moro vuiuuole uow properties
lucuteU ihuu was ever ihu case in an.
uuo year previously, aud tho conditions
are ueciduuly lavorable.
Tne opuruiors oo the Duncun rivei
side ol Iho Trout L. ke divide expuci
transportation next spring. The Ores
Northern, or interests cll'sely allien
with Dr. Hill's, have had their engineer-Mr. Gray���lu the Duncan Valley
all teison.
"I ha/e not been able to secure a
de inite statement* from tbe Great
N ,1'lhern people as lo when construe*
ti.ui will be started, but I mu eutlsfieu
tliatit will be next spring and that an
electric road -wl.l be built."
Judge Miller is iioti've'ly identified
with the management ofthe Old Gold,
Primrose, Guinea Gold and Marie
Muiila properties, all operating iu the
Ull Gold camp ou the Duncan rive
sU. uf the divide. [Instates lli.it ex
culie.it progress has been made win
the development ol ull four properties during the putt season, and thai,
iho Guinea Gold particularly bus
shown up 'splendidly. ��� On the Old
Gold the principal work during the
summer was the driving of a 1124 tunnol to tan the vein al a vertical depth
of some 200 feet. A crosscut has been
run to iiitor-ioi't the ore and this has
almost beon attained. ln the upper
workings a shad was sunk some 20 feel
on the vein now lining tupped at depth.
It was shown to carry eight to fourteen
inches of solid ore averaging* 100 per
ion.
In company with D". Gifford of Minneapolis, managing director of the
Marie Marilla ami Guinea Gold companies, Judgo Miller brought out a
shipment uf 15 tons of oro from the
Old Gold Camp. The oro will bo sent
to tbe Trail smelter for test purposes
The Eva mine, the biggest, free-gold
property in the Lardeau camp, In
which experts estimate there la enough
pay ore blocked out to keep a ten-
stamp mill running for four years, was
recently sold to a company of underwriters, A company to be-jtiiowu as
Calumet and British Columbia Gold
Mines, Ltd* to bo incorporated under
thc laws of this province, is taking
over tho property on which active
work will bo 6tarted at once.���Mining
Nowd,
Will Visit King Edward.
Emperor William of Germany, aud
King Charles uf Portugal will visit
King Edward on Nov. 8. Il is expected tbat tho meeting of the threo
���oonurclis will remit in important
international understandings, especially as regards South Africa and
more particularly Delagou (lay. which
is so important to Great Qritrin as an
outlet for her newly acquired colonies.
The Portuguese government appears
to be Willing to transfer some portion
of Its Sonih -African territory to British
rule. Germany objects to Britain
securing sucb nn advantage, unless
Portugal is willing to placate Germany
by granting her some, similar concessions. It is believed that before the
visitors leave England a bargain will
be arranged.
Formed to Work a Lardeau Property
Incorporated hs tho Beatrie
Mines, Limited, with a Capital of $500,000. Controlled
by a Strong Syndicato.
. c. P. K. Lnnils.
It is not long since tho general opiu*
lon wus tbat the C. P. It. would not he
able ty dispose of its land grant- within
tho next hundred years.
A vear ago the road hnd about
18,000,000 acres of land on Its hands,
today It has not more than 15.000.000,
and tho sales of 1902 will probably
total .1,000.000 acres. The limo wben
it will not havo an acre of land on its'
bunds for sale, therefore, appears to
bo wirliin measurable distance. The
land nill.'e is crowded dally witb land
seekers and speculators, and tho purchaser* are not now* confined to the
Western States, but the fever for sn-
eiiring binds in Western Canada hns
-pread until there are purchasers from
nearly every state in the union, here.--���
Calgary Herald.
Aid For I'orgUBon   Ilos|.IUI.
Tho miners and business men nf
FVrmison hiii'o united to erect a hospital here. This Is an absolute necessity as thero is no place in which we
can properly care for a sink man who
ilont, happen to have a home nf bis own.
There bas hcen nbf.nlt1.fi00 subscribed
inwards the hospital locally and the
Rmrln lias been requested to receive
subscriptions from outside points which
will ho acknowledged through tbe
columns nf tho liaiiln each week
There is Something like $1,500 more to
rai'o and wo hope tha*. those who have
���nude monoy In this camp will remember those who work away from the
comfnitsnf older communities und send
along a libpral sum to help in the good
work. Tho hospital will he owned and
operated by tbe members of Lardeau
Miners'Union.   Address all subscrip-
A company bas been formed lu
Revelstoke with the following as provisional directors'. Frank Fulme.*.
Mrs. Anderson, A. E. Kincaid, G. S*
McCarter and J. M. Doyle.
The property which this company
will operate is the famous Beatrice at
the head of Mohawk ereuk near t,tn:
Oyster-Criterion. The Capl tallastiO!'
of the company is 8500,000, The Boa-
trice bas the reputation of being ono of
tho best properties in the Lardeau nn^
with the strong company that now limit something good should be hoar,
from that source. There was oou-
nlilurable of development work done ou
tne property during tho p-ist yoar ami
several rich strikes wore luuilo. On:
particularly rich load of froe gold w.i.
encountered about a tnuudi since und
another silver-lead lead his booe
found quite roce-itl.v* Tho galena
found on tliu properly is very nigh
grade, carrying a lot of grey copper.
It is the intention of the company to
do extensive development work during tbe winter und next season the
Beatrice will be found one of the largest shippers ia the Lardeau. lf there
wa- a guud wagon road to Beaton the
Be tri.iu could ship a high grade
qu .lity uf ore continuously.
A Lady Moiinlalni'ur.
Mount Sir Donald, in the Canadian
Rockies, which rises to the height of
10,700 feet, has just been conquered for
thu second time hy the font of a woman. This autumn Miss Raymond of
Boston, accompanied by two of the
Canadian Paeilie Railway Company's
sruides, reached tbo summit. The
wnman uionoerof Mount Ssr Donald Is
Mrs. Berens of Kehl, wbo mado tbe
ascent when on her honeymoon trip
around the world several months ago,
Sho was tho more anxious to make the
ascent as she bad heard that a Philadelphia lady was eager to gaiu the
laurel,
Tbe Eaton strike Is still un in Toronto,
Coin,ty Corjrt.
County court was held at Trou",
La*e on Tuesday of 'his wee;, the
II.jo. 'Justice Porln Presiding,
when the following shoit docket ����*
disp 9ud of!
Davis vs. Mountain Lion Co. This
wan au adjourned case Irom tho September court. After hearing iM.
evidence His Honor decided that J. K
Davey wus nut in a position to bint!
the company by what lie did and therefore the case was dismissed with custr
K. Hodge lor plalutllT, F. C. Elliot:
for dt'luudetit.
Tbe next case was McKinley vr.
Oordun & Slingur. Tliis ,vus au adieu
to recover from defeudonts un uu-uUQI
duo pluiuliff by Andy Cumraingslo*'
wages when said Cummings owuud the
Balmoral hotel. Plalulill'allcguu that
defendants agreed to pay thu olalm
when tliey to.K over tbe hotol. illy
Honor held that such an agrecmeir
was not proven, but that dufendaatr-
siuiply agreed to pay plalntlff**llt of
proceeds ul the Cummings book ac
counts that minbt be collected. Thr
uctiuu wus accordingly dismissed with
costs. K. Hedge fur plaintiff, A. J-
Gordon conducted the ocfetice for soli'
and partner.
THB CHURCHES.
Methodist,
Service will bo held in Euglo hall
every Sunday commencing at 3 p. n
una alternate Sundays at 8 p. m.   /
are invited to attend.
S. J. f.KKKN, Pastor.
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Anglican.
Divine service will be held every
Sunday in Eagle hall at J In the afternoon nnd 8 in tho evening alternately.
An Invitation to attend is extended to
everybody H. A. Soi.LV,
Curate.
To Nuw Satisortbr-rH.
$2.50 will procure for you the Lardeau Euglo und Montreal Puinily Her-
uld and Weekly Star together Willi
two beautiful pictures���"Purity" by
Austin Asti, si.e 22x28 inches and
"Olino" by Frank Steiuburg, si.e22x-
28 inches, or $2.50 will bring you the
Lardeau Eaglo and Winnipeg Free
Press, weekly, aud pictures each
month, the Ia6t beinir "A Proud Moment" by F. Mortimor Lamb, a sports'
mans picture painted by a sjoitsaoc. Lardeau Bagle
���as:
���iblLihed ovory
Friday ut Ferguson, H.
by
E. G. WOODWARD,
-.horn all oorrosnentlunco shoul I bo uiiilleil.
Bubnorlptlotl Itntcs: l_.00 por nnnura, to
nn** sililn's.i ia AlihiriCft; 1I...0 for six inoiilli.-;
*-t.uO s year to foreign addresses, No |>sy, uo
l����per.
Job Printing: Tn*.* Ksgie job department
I- tho bust equipped oflice. sail the only olllco
.i.ilch tail furnl-li tin* typographical union
:..bpl iu North Kootoniiy; a gutirautoo lu lisolf
ir. gooil work und proraptuoss.
AiivertlsliiK RaHui Display nils,, tl.on por
single column lueli per inoutii. Legal ttris., 12
aonis per (uonpsrlol. lino li,r first Insortlon; 8
,\,;ntc per line lor each iiililition.it Insertion.
Heading notices 10 rents por lino oaoh issue.
Ninety duy legal notices, $10.: sixty days, **7.fiO|
-.dirty il,ivs. fi. No uds. accepted st loss than
those rules.  No room lor quaoU ails.
four weekly Insertloas coaatltates one
month's advertising.
either a literary  society or a mock
parliament.     We believe the latter
j would  he   prelerahle,   it   would' at
least be   a   change.     There is no
J reason   why  ladies should not take
1 part as freely   in   a   mock parliament as   in a literary  society, and
we believe the former is   more  successful in bringing out and developing latent talent than a literary society.
We will take it upon ourselves!
to call a meeting to consider the j
advisability of organizing, and we;
trust there maybe a representative!
turnout of citizens. Eagle hall I
will therefore, be open at 8 o'clock
Tuesdny night, Nov 4th, for a meeting and all arC'lnviied to be present.
THE
IRGUSON
SAW AND
PLANING
MILLS
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER ill. 1BH4.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
The progress   made during the
:'.ason now closing in the building
and general  improvement   line  in
Ferguson has   been    satisfactory.
There has not been so much building en  the ,main street as was expected but most of the buildings in
the  business part of the town were
altered or improved by paint or balcony  and   this portion of the town
presents a smarter uppearance than
it did a year ago.   It was, however,
in the residential portion where the
. town   advanced.        Several   new
streets were cleared and opened up,
a number of dwellings were erected,
und others were enlarged.   A large
hospital  was built and altogether
there  is a marked improvement in
the genera! appearance of the town.
One year   ago   Ferguson   was   a
mall    village    while   today   she
has risen to the d'gniiy of a town,
snd  a  town   hiving  most  of the
mudern conveniences that go to provide comlorr  and contentment for
its citizens.    A   year   ago Arrowhead was the nearest express office.
Mow  there is one at Trout Lake
but four miles distant.    List fall
steamboat   connection    with    the
railway was 16 miles distant, now
it is but four.      Thus Ferguson is
progressing and emerging steadily
* and surely Irom her isolation in the
wilderness, so to speak.
It is but reasonable to hope thot
ere another twelve months have
swung* round Ferguson may have
direct railway connection.
What is bringing about this advancement? . Not the push and
enterprise of her citizens, oh no, ex
*:cpt in a few instances. It is the
great mineral wealth in the hill
about Ferguson that is boosting
town and district. The rich ores ol
the .camp have attained a world
wide reputation and the camp is
only beginning lo reap the benefits.
Truly the c.-imp lias a bright future
id  store as well as Ferguson town.
The weather all over the Lardeau
is delightful and has been all fall.
This has been an important factor
in helping forward the work that
is being most vigorously prosecuted
in the Ferguson Camp. Tha build- j
ing of tramways, the installation ol
compressor plants, electric light
and waterworks can be accomplished so much better and more cheaply with warm dry days and a clear
sky overhead. Most autumns find
a lot of work left unfinished on account of wet, cold weather.' People
have a bad tendency to leave work
off too late and the work laid out
cannot be finished. This season
has proven an exception in the
Lardeau lor the long spell of good
weather has given the most tardy a
chance.
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
llrie.   Workmanship
guaranteed.
SMITH & LABEAU,
PROPRIETORS.
The Townsite  of-
U a stray dam���n should be
found anywhere in the columns of
the Eagle this week, we trust our
readers will treat such wicked profanity in a spirit of lenience. Our
excuse wilt be lhat both the editor
und the printer spent more time
than we would care to admit in putting up a stove pipe that stretched
above the type cases. The wicked
devil just  stood back and laughed.
The annual convention of the
Press Association of British Columbia will be held at Halcyon Hot
Springs, B.C., November 9th. F.
J. Dean of the Nelson Daily News,
will preside. There are now over
20 newspapers represented in the
association. Thos. McNaught is
secretary.
Drugs .at Stationery
rrenorl|itions carefully and
..Aecuraely Com pounded.,
A.  F.  RANKINE
P. 0.BLOCK, FERGUSON, B.C.
ii
FERGUSON
The Pay-Roll  Centre of thc
Rich   Lardeau   District.
Buy Lots Now And Get
in on the Ground Floor
The Lardeau is the richest
known mining, district in British
Golumhia and the mines, particularly those about Ferguson,
contain large quantities ot 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.
I
A.YBND.
H. RUFF.
Business Lots $150 up.
Residence Lots $75 up.
For Further Information Apply to
Henry Floyd
General Agent,
Jievelstoke. B. C.
Last winter Ferguson h.1d a very
i,ood litcrnry nnd debating society
which continued to hold interesting
meetings   till   late   in the spring.
Had it not been lor these literary
gatherings once a week  FergusOn-
,  itqs wqM have found time dragging
heavily during the winter.     It   ap-
" pears  to1* us lhat steps  should be
taken to organize a similar society
lor the' coming winter.     Whjle the
meetings, ol last winter.were successful  and   inteaesting  a ��� similar
organization    should    prove even
more successful in 1902-0, for the
town is  larger  and   we consider
(here lias been a considerable acquisition in talent.     Let us hold a
meeting and  organize something,
There is only one best mining Journal.
That in
Mines and Minerals.
It liic- a larger circulation than any two other
American ruining journals because 11 is llic
best. It Is tlie largest, best Illustrated mill
haiid-omi-.it mining Journal in the wo Id. It
ts a mining paper Ior mining men. Subscri|i
lion price .-.',00 per year. Send for free sample
co"py Address MIXES AND MINERALS, Scran*
Iqii, Pa., II. S, A. Denver offices, Ilr.rlli Bldg.,
Denver, Col,
Kaslo
Brewing Co.
Manufacturers   of   hii.li   class
Beer and Purler.   We make a
Specialty ot Bottled Porter.
Keg and Bottled
JBeer
Is prime stuff.
Mail ordors rccolvo prompt attention.
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
nn accumulation policy in tlie
Vi
YEND & RUFF,
Proprietors,
KASLO,      -      ���      -      B.O.
V  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT���	
THE
Prospectors1 Exchange
ARTHUR EVANS, Proprietor.
THOMSON'S LANDING, li. C.
TABLES SUPPLIED WITH THE
������BEST IN THE MARKET*-*--
���TIIE CHOICEST OF WINES.*
��* LIQUORS AND CIO ttts -�����
w^^^^w-rw^^^wt
This is a purely mutual company
and ail its assets, surplus .and earnings belong to its "policy, holders.
For rotes, etc., apply to,-jg*,nt,
B. G. WOODWARD,
Ferguson, B, C
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A FIR.-.T CLASS LINE OF
WATCHES
CLOCKS
AND
JEWELRY
ALL KINDS OF WATCH
AND JEWELRY REPAIRING
James V. Reeves,
Ferguson, B. C.
Notice.
Any timo cheek issuod at Iho Great Western
Vines, Ltd., or t-iiver Cup Mines, must bo pro
sonteil for pnyment at tho abovo companlos
ofllees hy the man for whom it Is issued.
DONALD 0, FORBES, Manager,
Everybody
s mokes
r\
Our Special
��� --AND ���
The Union
CIG^AR
Thoy are all Unto . made and of tho
best Havana Tobacco money can
buy. Try one and satisfy yourself
as io their quality.     '
Union Cigar
Factory, II. A.
Brow n, Prop.
When you reach Trout Lake City put
up the Queens. .Good accommodation
.. Best of service .. Choicest wines,
liquors and cigars..Fire proof safe..
Abrahamson Brothers, Proprietors.
lei
&-$���!&&-&-$���-$ JNH^J|tJ|KNHMHNHSiMH^*#*#
BF.ST WINES, LIQUORS ANDCJOARS.
FINELY EQUIPPED IIAR.
BEST 12.00 A DAY HOUSE
IN THE LARDEAU DISTRICT.
BEST CUISINE SERVICE.
REFITTED AND REFURNISHED.
Hotel Lardeau
J. Laughton, Proprietor.
FERGUSON, B. C.
NEATLY fURNlSHEB,
WELLLIGHTED AND HEATED ROOMS.
HEADQUARTERS FOR MINBHB "IS?
AND M.NINO MEN,... ,.._������,.,��., v  -��
CONVENIENTLY   *4-*
81TUATED ON VICTORIA AVE.    iv.
r*$HgH$Hfc#-^^ Voile.; to Uelinfiuinu Co-Owner
To H. T. MnlJotl, or wliomsnevor ho mav Imvo
transferred his IntbrtM In iho Triune K/no*
ilon No. ;s m I nu ml rl.uui, Bituiitud on Hroivn
..reel-.. In ilu- Tr.ilH [,uko Mining Division.
Wost Knoteimy Di'a.irlcl ol it. 0.
Yuu are In-ruby tintitlud lint I huvo expend*
nl Shin in labor nnd Imitrovnuiotita upon thy
ttbovc monilonud: frit atlon nl niinerul claim
si net- .Inly 1st, HW_l. iiml-r thti i-ruvinions ol tlie
Mim-ml Am. ami if within in. iinys from thu
data of thd mit'oeyoit full or rofuso to contrt-
butt) your proportion of tho above mentioned
yum, which la now due tojfdhQr with ��11
cost, of iidvurMsing, yunr tnlorc��t in tho wild
I'lalm will ti(!,tiiiH' tttu property of tho under*
ulgned ti'ljfor section A of Hit) ".Mineral Act
Ainetidtnoitt Aet U'm.
Dated at Pertftiaon, It. C��� this 17th day of
Ootobor, tyoj.
C. 0- Woodrow
"mnc"n����!ji-:;-:rob.,N.,v.
OFTHl.nicTn,��� T,""a"""""co'imbi.   "'
^ *     *  �� I S   D I S T R I C T AGENTS AND CORRESPONDED
Nortcv.
Mot ice in bereby (riven thut 30 dny�� tfier date
l intend to apply to ibe Hon. timet Commit!*
(doner of i.timi-* m.d tVnrfcH for u KpecUl license
tooutattjl flurry iitvdy timber from the following deamibediund* iu Weal Kooiutiay: Com*
tnonoiUft at a pu*>t j-bnii.: i ab.mt oiie-and a*
.... ,.V._.H in a [��*>*���[ pluiu.: i ab.iut oue-and a*
quarter mflea south of Korgtitton ond marked
"ft, J. t'utiiuilui   Sn'iUj->V'jst   i-ornor ft-wt,
������ft. J. Cummin -,...���.���.������11   t.orner t'oat,
Oct. 18th, l!h'_!" thotteo north aorhaftia, thence
r.aat SOoltal 11s, thenno south no chain-), thcuce
wcxt-HOctiaina to (mint of comuiencemeut.
Dated Oct. 18th, iWtf.
B J. CUMMINS.
Notlee.
Notice in hereby given tbat .10 days after date
I intend to apply to the tion. Chief Coramia*
���doner of hand*, and Works for a special license
iu cut ftinl curry away timber from the follow-
ing described laud*i in west Kootenay; Com.
inenclng at a jio*<t plumed about oue.ai.d-H*
quarter miles aouih ot'Ferguson and marked
"B. J. Cummins Houth'EaHt Corner Pout. Oct.
1.1th, TOu.."' thence north HO chains, thence
went 80 chains, thence south 80chains, thence
i-AstWich ifn-t to point of commencement.
Dated Oct. 18, mi.
B. J. CUMMINS.
Including thc Ki��h Creek rnmp
aud Upper Dune u Ktver seetion* compiled by A. 1*. CuinmJna, P.L.8.,.md S
Shannon. H. A., is now on aale at this
ottice. Tbe ready sale of tho map ia
proving alt we havo said for it. The
Trout Luke division ia litbogiai>hed in
black, the Urdeau in red,and the Aina*
worth in blue. Kven a tenderfoot could
take a copv of this map mid find any
claim recorded Iu tiie three divisions.
The mountains, takes, creek),, wagon
ro-ida, trails, surveyed railway route.-,
and the location and name (by a unique
���      Index) of every mineral claim In tho
!       district Is shown.
Next   to   Visiting   the   Country   Itt
Person This Map Takes First .Place,
In fact every geographical
feature is at well define that one can
seo at a ghnje the nature of our coun try
aud the trtud cf thc claim locations
gives an Intelligible Idea uf the mineral
belts running through the camp. It'is
certainly
Grout Hritnln���Uoydn Hank, Limited
United states���New Vork, Malik ol Montreal.
������        "    ��� Chicago, First Nsifonal Bank,
"        '���    ���San  FranctauO) Weils Fargo
A Co's Hunk.
"        ������    ��� mi Pun), Second Nat'l Bank.
'��� "    ���Minneapolis First Nat'l Hank
" ������    -Seitttlc, Seattle National Bank
BRANCIIKS IN B. C,
{ApilnS' Mftn**er'
j| M
- -*... unices,
' A. K. Phipps
*   ���    ' V. f.av,
The   Best   Worth   For
One  Dollar
Internationa!
Correspondence
SchoOlS,   ��,;��<VNTON,
"pa" ^***-********h
(Jive-. Induction by mall In tbo follow
Ing atlbjeuta: Mechanical engineering
���  dianieal drawing, Electrical engineer
-. -..iniKL-Hi urawing, Electrical engineer-
lug,telegraphy, telephony, sanitary plumbing, heating and ventilation, civil engineering, arcliitectiir", architectural d-aw
*��" *-���  "        jrndf-'f'i.--*' ���'���*--j-
,���.,,..-,.., nicijuectur", architect...-ia mimv.
ing sheet metal pattern drifting/lettering
anil "Un paiiuiiu,  urnamentsl   design.,
b i-ifc knnul" �����-i.-   ���������������-...   ..-   ���
-.,.. .-.-_;H (iitiuniu, v,i.wii.i��-ii uesigna,
01 >k keeping, stenography, milling, smelt-
in?. meUlliirgv, hyiroinutallurgy, electro-
ti"-         " "h.   C(��rm��"     �� ' "
tlieri|ieutii!-<.  French.  Cicrman,   tipanlah-
Seud for freo c-italogne.
lu per ceil* dis'ouut by cutting out thia
ad. and enrolling before end of month.
w. H. aiciiouti.iLt, Local Agent,
Nelson, U, C.
EAGLE HILL
on second floor in Eagle block
Ferguson. B. C,
Open for engagement for
day or night meetings
at reasonable rental
j|j Write or call on
B- 0, WOODWARD,
Proprietor.,
 _       -rW
ever offered in the map line of a minliiit
camp, it in the first i*omt,letiiniapol
the district mid i�� sellin*; well. It laiiiHt
what you are looking lor. IVE ALSO
HAVE A FEW MAI'S MOUNTSD ON
LINEN, WITH A UOOD COVKK. POR
TKAVKI1LGK8 OK I'KOSI-ECTOKS,
lUHCH KU.L AI'll.SO. THESIS AKK
THE BEST VALUE, AS THEY WILL
LAST FOR YEARS.
Address your order, witb an'
enclosure of a one dollar bill, (no
cheques, orders, etc.) to
Mining companies ur others orHci-ing*
lots ol 21) or more, mapii will ba .up-
plied at 50 cents each.
  i'
THE LARDEAU EAGLE,
Ferguson, B.C.
(lied Halters of M America
t 1118   ia   TIIE
CNIOV   LABIS/i of
the United flatten*
of North  America.
���I'hen von are buv*
u��   11 K1IK   HAT,
Irhor .soft or stiff,
'�������� to it that (he
entiino   UNION
Label fs sowed in ft.
if  a  retailor   has
longO  Inbel.-. in his
...-..���uf.<_r        poswosulon   tind   nf*
^B/5tpR6",�� "'" h'r yon, do not
WtfTEK* "��� patroufzo him. He
ins not j.iiy Mijai in na\o luotto labels, I_oosc
ibels in retail stores nre counterfeits. Do not
.listen tn anyc.M'lutiHtiou h.*i lo ivlly tlie hat
nil." 110 label. The (ienuine Union Label is
icrrorated on tlio four edges extu.tly thu nai)i*e
M a postage stump. (.'outiterfeK*- am .ointv
Mines perforated on three nf the edeo.., and
io.jietfm.ps only on two, koop a sharp look011 j
iur tbe eouiilerfelts. Unprlnelpled mauiilae*
nrem are usiii)* lliotti In order tu get rid iii
tnelr Hcab-made hats. The -lobn H Hudson
i'o. of rhiladelphfti, I'a., Is unn-uniou eonecrn,
JOHN A. MOFP1TT, I'rcxMont,
Omnge, N.J
JOffN PHILLIPS, Secretary,
7t��7 Und ford Ai-c. Unwklrn. IVY
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   .   _   ���
ARROW LAKES, B.C.
Situated midst srenery unrivalled for
grandeur. The most complete health
rot-ort on the continent of North America.
lis baths cure all Nervous and Muscular diseases. Its waters hesl all
Kidney. Liver and t-Jtoiuueii ailments.
They ate a fever falling remedy for
all meta.Ii.p Iso.is, CJinpietely purifying the 5yM.Mi1.
Vancouver
Rovelstoke
Nelson,   - -. -,1
Golden, J. 8   (iibb
Ferguson, * * - -  IV. Macdonald,      "
SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT.
Interest allowed at curront rates.
A general banking business transacted.
Time Table.
S. S. ARCHER OR S.S. LARDEAU.
Runnin*. between Arrowhead, Beaton and Comaplix, ciiinmciieliij; Oeto-
her 14tb,  1001,   will  sail  as follows,
weather permitting.
Leaving; Arrowhead for Beaton ano
j Comaplix, twice dally���10k and 15k.
'    Leaving Beaton and  Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twice dally��� ".'l/ik  aoii
I2;45k.     Miikinj?   clouo    connection,
with all & P. R. Steamers anil trains {
Tho owners reserve  the  right to
change  times   of   sailings     witliou'
notice.
Tha Fred Robinson Lumber Co. Ltd
WE CARRY CARPETS,        \
LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS AND I
CHINA MATTING.
IRON BEDS a Specialty
$5 and up.
>..ni>>>...i,.(mnH
Goods can be lurni.ihed to any part of Lardeau on very shoTi notice
as lhe service is such that delivery can be made in one day from Nelswi.
No Charge for packing ��n*���*ntM>t(i��n*mnt<tto��i<'
Funeral Directors and ;
Embalmers.
[Graduate of Myt-r's Cullej-e of flmbaluln**]
^nattendeasoatFer^sonatten
^hours notice If advised by wire.
i
Canadian
���' WORLD'S
Scenic Route
Dinner ling
OiKl^'".-1'^'Toronto, I
i i "��� ffontrea, st John I
HalUtt-., Boston, N;����- Vork?*   '
cou���fv&-",*-'"��'��*-.'Van-
fi&Bft sua*
Ifpptir l.nkn st-.,,,,,.,,,
IjMva Fort H'iiu,lm sund.v
�����  IhuI. Culiilli, Clilcsgo
T..url.(si<1.p���l. service
mt. for I'uronto and all e-Sl
orn tiointB. ' ****-st
WgST
fM^SaWSm
vi.ro.,n,a���.1��e,��-'��pe
D. J. Robertson tf O
NELSON, B. C
i SI 1 s
Capitalization $2,000,000
1.2,000,000 Shares. Par Value $1.00 Eacti.
CUMMINS tf CO.
i  i
\Establlshedl896
'PATENTS
(������ in*.* ior our interesting bocks "Inventor'* Help" and " Mow you are iwlndli-d."
Send ih a rough iketch or model of your in-
ventton orliuprovementand w-rwllIIeJlyou '
fpteour opinirn na to wheilirr ll i�� p-obnbly
witcnlflblp, fj>-r/fctcd *ppllcitlons have often
been Micce<wfully prosecuted ly ui, We
conduct fully equipped officen In Montreal
ind Wellington ; tnlsqunlifics u�� to promptly dispatch vm-ir ������"l -������-*���-
I   Putmt. procnrerl throuuli Mnrim, ��, ��._
-.��*-... nnviTiipNHII
over ioo n.-wspapera 	
tbe f> minion.
Specialty:- Patent business of Manufacturers nml Engineers. (
.Marion&marion   _,
t   Pttant Experts and Solloltore.  } I
ome,,   /  Now Vork Llf* BWr, nonl��r��lf
*""**-" ]   Atl>n-d.DI.(,Wuhrn|tonD.C.{
Windsor Hotel
When comlnc Into Poruiison the first hotel to
see Is tho Windsor. If one Is looklne for tho
bost accommodation, 1, o. Clean, well tended
rooms, a well furnished table and choice liquors and cigars, then the Windsor is the best
place to stop. Beading rooms and parlors
dioely furjlished.   Everything quiet.
j Madame O'Connor, Proprietress
-A SSETS	
Three-quarters of tbe Capital Stock in Treasury, ��5,000 shares Slmilka-
meen Valley Coal Co., Ltd., Stork, ten acre Smelter site at Ashnoh.
Threo Mineral claims situated three miles from Ashnola.
3810 acres Coal Lands, near Okanagan Lake, having an eight foot seam
of trood .-iteam and Domestic Coat.
Tho Ilrst 2OO,0HO nf those shares havo already been subscribodnnd sharos
aro now selling at 15 cents on calls of two and one-half cents por month.
For Further Information apply to
R. J. STEEL,
Official Broker,
**��� Nelson, B. C.
If you   are   building   or contemplate building we will be
pleased to quote you estimates on anything made in our
\Sash and Door Factory
and we feel confident that wc can give you satisfaction in
every particular.    Write: Sawyer Bros., Revelstoke, B. C.
��m^V*��i&*^^
Ol AllhcMotean^T8 ,��' ,h<' ��""���
TMf h...v f "'"'"on-JScpermontli.
\    awl      m.X&&Z%%l.e"^T^'s,
���.cfaK^��t��s*
*ta^p^P?j^V^5SS:
I SCO.
tfure,
Sun-
the
r<>st-fnte,'ii9cr.c*:;
S��fflpic Cojmps free.
Mt fw cue.
II
-\ �� POilMASTfRS Will"'UteMBs'aMmB
?'p-WESTON, Business liWiftuor.
JM^^����--^^��^ I
���5 Local and General.
4
4
. II t*> ��������-> ���
The furniture has arrived for  the
hospital.
Miss. S. Gardiner left for Nelson on
Wednesday.
1*. C. Elliott of Trout Lako was In
I'Orgu.on Thursday.
A lacrosse team from Erylancl may
visit Cauada next year.
fi-.      "
Mrs. Anderson of tbo half way house
was a visitor In Forguson Thursday.
��� H.. T. Lockyrn and V. S. Fludlay,
lodresenting the Hudson Bay Co. wero
in towu Monday.
Harry C. Adams of Spokane, was
killed in thc Le Koi mino at Rossland
on Saturday last.
Mrs. J. C. Smith and children returned on Monday from a visit to
relltavos in Eastern Canada.
Three million dollars lias been spent
in tho erection of new   buildings  in
Locals With a Piiy-trnnk.
Saddle horses fur sale. We have alt
kinds and ut all prices. We can suit
you.   Ci'iiia _t liiliman, Beaton.
Mrs. J. Archer has leased the Pioneer launury of II. U. Smith and In
prepaied to do all kinds of laundry
work neatly aud promptly.
All lhe latest books, magazines and
periodicals for holiday readtoK In stuck
ul the Canada Dru-i <_:Iloolc Co.'s store,
Kevelstoke, U.C. Frouipl attention to
mail ui'dors,
Ii pays to use the telephone. A trip
can often be saved to Trout Lake, Dea
lon, Arrowhead or Comaplix by using
the phone.. Office in Cummins & Co.'s
store.
Smokers: If you want the GENUINE "Union" and "Our Special"
cioar see that "Union Ci_;ur Factory"
la stamped in silt letters ou every box.
���H. A. Brown, Kevelstoke, li. V.
* To not acquainted with this district
you should have a copy of tho new and
only map. Send a ono dollar bill to
the Eaole and secure one at once.
C. J. Robertson & Co. of  Nolson,
entry toe best selectod  slock of fur-
Try them
W-s&t ������>���> ���-.? itlAt tSi 5rt-rt--~r.*-..t.*, J*1-*?.'
.��
jn$c i&rTftii WVA
��� X PROFESSIONAL f i
I        CARDS. I I
'���'  A-rfti �� r.1 *.*.��. lit ��� ���' ����-W.rtv *���$-���__.  -'
) O.,{
N. WILKIE,
P. l_. S.
Winnipeg this year.
J. H. Hawthornthwaite, If. L A. of 'niture  in the  Kootenay
Xana'imo, bas transferred his i.lle*jl- for carpets and linoleuiaB.
unco from the Labor lo tho Socialist
party.
TbeC. P. It. Hotel at Banff i�� being
enlarged, the work Is ga tag on rapidly
nud will be ready for tbe accomodation
of guests iiezt season.
H.   Byers, Nelson; A. McCallisior
Provincial
Land
Surveyor
Furtjusoii and Trout Lake.
Surveys mado and Crown Grants
Obtained.
Office*.      ���       ���      Trout Lake.
'ILLIAU A. BAUER.
Notice of Dissolution of
Partership
I rIvo notice that tho parmershii
heretofore existing between myseli
and Ivan Edson undor tLe firm name
WlnnplBKi   Oeor   O'iadiKan,""Nel-jofMeDonell & l:ds0D li-df-woWed bj
son and A. Buea.-ris,  Kaslo, registered
u,t tbe Wiudaor Tuusday.
Sun Francisco bas sold 25,000 tons ol
No. 1 wheat to Australian buyers,
['rices aro higl.er now than at any
time since 18.8. It is predicted that
lt will soon be-11.33-
The Boer farmers wbo are visiting
Canadian points for the purpose uf
studying aj-riuultuie, Are now in On-
tirlii. They will read. British Columbia ou Nurembir 8th.
Tho C. P. R. .dining car department
are now i>iviu*- breakfast and lutieiieon
Dated Sept. lllth, 1902.
A. J. MoDonell.
Information Wante*l.
Anybody knowing the whereabouts oi
Joe Churchill, a mintr, will confer n
great favor by cori-espoiHlinur with the
undersigned:
Mrs. .1. R. E. Chukchi.,!,,
Wiiialiui, Oahn,
Hiiwttiiiin Islands.
Nutlet* U hereby *,*iv*>u  that M  (ta**s afto
a la uurte or full mea'u. at II.   Previous date    i   inn*m*.   tn  ajiitiy   io tin  Cldel
' i miiirilbfiliiii.r nf LiiiKlt ftii'l wnrka l,*r i.iinn
t<i this luucheon wus the only a la
early lueal.
Astrdnouiet's havo announced lhat a
comet, is iravelll'.tg towards tit.- earth
nt ilm rale of 3,1*0,01)0 mik-s a day and
during lhe nexr. month will be visible
in the north ea.t-t.ru sky.
0 Medicine l'.m, Assa., has four gas
wells, avert._j��ln_{ 600 ieet in depth.
The iiiuiiU*i|.ulity owns both gas and
water pLiitsand aro m-kini*. preparations to ileal and light the town.
We trusttheresmay baa Urge turnout to the tuueiing in Eagle hall Tuesday night. The pur| use Is to organize & popular society for entertainment and mutual bene fit to meet weekly duritiK'the winter months.
A cortificaie of incorporated hat
been isaued, says t'he Gazette, to ibe
Beatrice Mines, Limited, capital
.5000,000, in SO cent -shares, to acquire
and operate the Bet trice, Kolsom and
Edmond claims on Mobawk creek,
Lardeau.
Mrs. Klrkputri.t-k recently received
a copy of Mrs. Knox's new book.
"Juste Hatnliu'D VootMioo." Mrs..
Knox Is the wife of iProf. Knox til
Wampeton, Worth Dakota, who wero
guests of Mr. nnd Mra.Kirkpairlck tbis
lUQiuier.
A. M. Stokes camo duwa from tie
Triune Tuuad.iv to meet bis plfe ami
daughter who arrived from Grins Valley, Nevada Co. Cal. Mr. and Mrs.
Stokes arc at present guests ul the
forguson hotol but w ill lake up their;
residence here shortly.
Mr. and Mm. Cartor are now com-j
tortably settled In tlieir new co t go
nn Railway avenue, This house consists of four largo romn'/J, also bam,
pantry and woodshed on tho first
lloor and ono very larfo room in tl e
second storey. The lattor will not be
liuished until next year.
The DoUkhobors of the; N. W. T-j
have potltionod lhe Provincial government asking tlmt they lse allowed to
move to British Columbia, staling
they are not allowed to practico their
rallgion as they would wish. Their
rollgiou holds they mu��t (-.bey the laws
of no country. Tbo B C. executive
lave declined toxantorlain the proposi-
ti*D. I
iti,,n t*�� le,i-��i' thu forv-iliots and riuiit- tii
ior Uio inirjxi.i'of erei'ttttKuslo-eht'tisa in tii.
Trmit i.bi.0 lilstrtt-t nf neat Kuntehay. ouli.
meintntf ��i a i*n*t (iIhuum nn tlio aimta n-
Tl'OUt lnhB inlj'ilniil-t tim I'RIlsillftll I'm lit,
Ksllvvnv ' nmi.any'a wlitirf, tin-nci* Ui-J fsi
aoilth,tneln-e Sill) fret weal, lllencelti.llfr'.t north
tliunui1 me feet em-i in t��<,ini olemutnonrc'inent
puit'l affront Lake, -I7tli iii'tiilmr. llll-.
DONALD. (.. RIHB.CS.
Smith * Co.
4SBIeurySt-,
����� Montreal
9
Will bu rHpreaenn-a in
Pel tfus-uin threw or r-tur
(ltt,\b ftu'h inuntli. Any
nt'iiHi'H lor cloth In if. vtill
rn't-ivH     cloho    uttention
11(1(1  tVQ
GUARANTEE A
1
FIT.
f
Our rept'esentatlvt*
S. A. Si-oit Is n
prni'lical tailor and
will inaki. clothes
Iii. Ilnlil your
orders fur him.
Reduced to FIFTY
CENTS A YEAR
New Idea
Woman's
Magazine
tfOMMttf
One
Dollar
THIS Is the cheapest and best
Fashion Magatine now before the Ams'lcan public. It shows
Ns**/ Idsas n Fashions, in Millinery,
In Embroidery, In Cooking, in
Woman's Work ard In Reading;
beautifully Illustrated in eolers and
In black and whits. Above all, It
shows the very fashionable New Idea
SrrLES, made from New Idea Pat-
tbrns, which cost only IOc. each.
Send Five Cents To-day
faristnitlt copy of lh* New Idea Woman's
Maoazihs. tnd aa�� ikii Eioat valus
tor ths tnonsy II can el** y**->   "   '  *:
TBI MY IMA PUBLISHIHO CO.
SSI lrsadwsy, M.�� Tsrk, H.  T.
w
DOMINION AS'lU'llOVJN*
ClAL UND Sl'UVBYOKS.
Surveynof Minei, Mineral '.lulnis end
llrown Utlds, Crnvi'li Orwlta Ob-
tsltiod ��nit A.��e*nments auaagea
fur Abseutoea.
Offiraa; (lautborna and Vancouver
o     BHA'tjHOfji B, A.
ASSAYE��-��nd ANALYTICAL
CHfiMIST.
H-" d quarts r-*> for I if it mat Inn Begirding
l.urtlL-nu I'roprrtien.
W.tt��t*.rUforinitl��ii.
Call and see Santplea.
OFFICE:    VI0TOItlArAVSi.8oKiB-0i
I)OBERT BODC.E,
BARRISTER, ETC.
Solicitor for
The lmtier.nl Hank
Perijusun, tt. C.
OFFICE-ln tlie O-jhlr Laill! block.
ri AUVBY, MrCARTKU 4 PINKHAM,
Bamaisrs, Sollcitcrs, etc.
OtRrcs: RoveUtoko, (lolden, and Fersu.
urn, Milli'ltuca lur Imuotlnl Hans
iil-CttlisUe.
linn. S. Mlit.'artor. J* A* Harvey.
A.... I'lnUhHin.
'    1,'KKU C. KLblOTT,
.' Uarrister,   Notary  I'nlilic etc.
TItOCT LAKH l-ITY B. C.AXD
Fernumn. li. C.
'. W   dc V.leMAWTilKiJ.M.BOOTT
^ tt��rrist_r, Soticlter. etc. _
. REVKISTOKE, B. C. i
S J. M, SCOTT, A. B. L. 1. B. :
*i W. do V. lb Ualatre, H. A. '-
i t
*srvv arvx-ffsrvix 7.��-r ms tvi'-i*.'** v<s v
\  FERGUSON   j
Havlnif piirohaned the
B'ertiuwin Meat Market we
are prepared to supply our
customers Willi ull kinds of
I'Vo-ili and i'ur,'d nieuu. A
IfiK.d supply of Beef,' I'iirk,
Mn'.lun. Haiisaud., Hams
aud  Uncoil   always Oil hand,
F. BURNS i I'O.
' i
��->->->.������ �����
l perguson fiarber  -i
n Whenyoit want a
i       GOOD SHAVE
1 LATEST HAIR CUT-t
3 e
-Cslloii-
WM. SCHNELL
i'l      Hot or Cold Baths ln Connection.      ff
READ THE EAGLE.
| j McKinnon & Sutherland
OUR STOCK |
Of Ladies Dress Gccds, White
Goods, Trimmings, etc,, etc., is
COMPLETE
The new Stetson Hats for men received August !stare 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 & Sutherland j
- - ^
i The Post Office Store ?
, The most complete stock in Ferguson.
w Union-Made Hats and Shoes.
|gj Full line of Ladies' and Children's gcods.
w Make a specialty of filling mine ciders in groceries
/|      and hardware.
tjj Try a Fair cf Our ����Nf--W*��f* Frctpccicrs' Shoes.
i G. B. ~Batho & C&
W
w��2      PRIVATE DIXIV'l  R'JOMB FOR
r/f*S LAUIEB.
a
BALMORAL
GORDON & SLINGER, Props. *
CAFE OPEN DAY AND NIQHT VHDER SAME NAXAGEHENT.
SAMPLE ROOMH IN CONNECTION
Ferguson, B. C,  OppoMle Ujc Pusipffice.
i Packing. 8LndFexgu^ldPackins f
^ F'reightiii g     ^^L^lU %
X\ Contract, entered Into for  pao'l'titli. o{ Miiilnjf Supplies, JJ
JJ etc., to auy point In Ihoiiit trie! .
ajl Good, prompt service, and any i rork undertaken sruaran-
fi teed.   Preliflitlnif from Thomso n'a I.itudinff to Fei**{U��on
V a spocialty.
5 Headquarters at Ferguson, 1 3.C.     S. Daney, Prop.
DC    11/J J Qf\\l      High Clans Morckant Tailor,
k\��   O.    WlL/jfJiy. RHVKLSTOKH,B. O.
X
Any orders *. 'on may favor us with
frill receive prompt
attention.
W^VUM^te��,1A+
<ergui<wn
Hotel
HcDOiWZLL �� BLACK.
Pi vprletCrf:
FERiGVSON, B. C.
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