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Vo/. /���'/. No   42
Ferguson,  B. C,   November 28th 1902.
$2 area'
Statement  of Receipts
aud Expenditure
PEOPLE SUBSCRIBE LIBERALLY
It is Believed When Subscriptions
are All Collected the Institution Will be Praotically
Out  of Debt.
It was folt last spring by tho Miners'
Union and citizens of Ferguson that
tho timo hud come when a hospital
was urgdntly required (ur the district.
So aftor Bevoral meetings had been
held tbe Union and residents decided
to juiu forces and bulhl a hospital in
Ferguson, A representative eommitte
was funned of one townsman and two
Union men, to take full etinrg. of finances,'building, etc., etc. It was .also
decided that the name of the institution should be .Miners' Union Hospital.
The-union guaranteed to maintain thu
institution soou as it was completed
and turned over to thorn, and at the
sauiH timo subscribed .301) to the
building fund. Sumo thought that the
union hud undertaken more than they
could cany out but that has been
proven a mistake ior at tbis writing
the Union miners bave already paid in
more than the amount subscribed. Below is given a complete statement to date of how tho affairs uf tne
institution stand. Several places
havo jet to be heard frum and wben
these subscriptions have been ruceived
it will be ftmud tbat the in.titutti.iu is
nearly if uot quite out ul doot.
Contributions ol .100.
McKinnon .Si Sutherland, W. B*
Pool, Ladies "At Hume."
Contributions of $00,
Groat Western  Mines,   Silver   Cup
Mine-., Pauline Johnson concert.
Craig & Hillman, *:I2.
Contributions of Jffi.
A Ferguson, Jno. Laughton, Mc-
Donell & pdsun, Labeuu & Smith, Tne
Beatrice Mines, Limited, Imperial
Dank.
Contributions of ..20.
Cuminino.. Co., Alex. Brown, Sam
MoOoil.
Contributions of $1.1.
Na_loloon llmu, G. o. Buchanan, S.
Daney, Batho Hi Oo,
H, M. Cuiter,*I2.
Contribution, of *10.
Al. .Hall, Henry Covington, Peter
Cameron, Dr. M. B. V. Knox, Steve
Slinger, Al. Chlsolm, A. II. Holdich,
Jno,.Coleman, D. 6, Eaton, I'. Mo.-*-
crop, A. Vi. Garrett, \V. II, Shannon,
Arthur Kvans, Isaac. Ikttes, Lt. I'l.
Drew, A. 15. Drew, Arthur Gunn,
Hurry Nelles, Tbos. Butler, M, Malho-
son, Frank Felt, J. E. Anderson, H,
Glum, E. A. Graham, James Hilley,
Geo. L. Allen Co. por Peters.
Alex. Laing. ,4.
F. J. Boasley, Si
Ed. Smith, $3.50
Contributions of $.3.
Jno. Marshall, Custer, .1. V.
Reeves, Chas. Klinkort, J. E. Lindslcy,
Duncan McC'tttlum, M. S. Tears,
Pete Anderson.
Contributions of KJ.oO,
Thos. Goad, Fennig, Thos. Millar, Norman Morrison, Harry Kemp-
ling, John Laing-. Jos, Pattinson, Gen.
MnCartney, M. MoCualg, Geo. E
Prnulx.
Contrlhutions of $2.
Gagnon, McPhail. Jas. Paton, Leon
Min-saw, C Johnson, Pat, Delaney, J
W. Cli-ism. Forluna Citron, ,1. .1
O'Dnnell, G. Sumner. Anonymous, S
Stininsnn, O. L. Copp, B. Rndenherg
N. Trevllonck, Wm. Movie. D.C. Simp
son, Dave Orr, J. H. Diamond, Henry
Norman, Fred Kennedy, Frank M
risen, Dan, Leaky.
Geo. 11. Young. $1.60.
C. 11, Sett, *1.2,">.
Contributions of il
J. W. Thompson, H. M. Harding,
Jos. Deccbles, Owen Rowland, J. N.
Hear, J. [���'. Fenner, Henry Wright,
Hugh Johnson, Malcolm Beaton, G.
JR. Clark, J. B. Rhynes, A. F. Bennrd,
John Gill's, If. Mcintosh, Henry
Anderson, Fred Porter, Jno. Olson.
Ed. Williams, O. T. Nolson, Ceo.
Splnks, Fred Dion, Thos, Johnson.
Miners' Union, $211.40.
Nettle L. mon, names not received
yet, $54.
Total 1074.15.
DISBURSMENTS.
Shingles      * 50.00
III OPHIR-LADE
Extraordinary General
Meeting Held
RESOLUTIONS WE11E ADOPTED
Shareholders Sanction'-d Plans
For Putting In Machinery
Wore Plea-ed With What Was
Done During The Season.
I the !
Labean &. Smith, lumber ...
Galvanized   Iron	
Alex. Brown	
Jas.    Mesley	
Horses lor Ladies collecting
Telegrams nnd 'phones	
J. O. Buchanan,  lumber..,.
Freight, advance cb'g's   ..
Napoleon Emo, work	
Plaster parts and hair	
Fire Insurance	
Plastering	
Briolt	
A. W. Smith, carpenter	
Clearing lots	
Sam McColl, carpenter	
Freight on shingles	
Jas. Mesley	
Total....
520 Oil
1120
180110
162.011
12.00
2,00
22.-1 III
HO 55
30 (10
10.7"
07 50
100 Oil
IB. 50
14 00
55 00
20 00
32 00
51 75
1704.45
A. J. Gordon, Mrs. S. O'Connor, S.
Shannon, Vlucont Lado, .Ins, Lade,
Jno. Kennedy. Dr. W. E. Newcombe,
Theodore Bartholin, Sig. Davis, Jos
Hatain, Marshall Derrab, .1 Atkinson,
Erland Hudow, J B, Manross, W. J.
Butler, John Ennest, Cory Menhenick,
J. Mesley, E. G, Woodward, James
Snell.
Chas. Short, $7.50.
Ernest Stuart, $5.
Contributions of .5.
Nels. Anderson, J.
..McAllister, Goo. Attwood. .N.C. Wood,
1). 6. Forbes. Joo. Sutherland, J.
Courtenay, All. Macpherson, Wm.
Kennedy, Hugh Ross, P. Crilly. Witi,
Mctntyi'o, Chas. Husloy, 0, S, Abiams,
Will Up �� Hummer.
J. C. Murray, accountant nf Iho Old
Gold, Guinea Gold and Mario Marllln
Companies at Trout Luke, wns l��
Ferguson Tuesday. In talking over
mining matters In general Mr. Murray
said be thought everything pointed lo
a very busy season, fnr tin* whole Lardoau district In 1003. There wus n
great deal nf work done on claims lasl
season llll muoh "f this was
preliminary, Tho work that will be
done next season will show tip bettor
and besides Ihero will likoly he a great
deal more done.
Judge Miller, manager cf thc above
companies is now in tbe Eastern
Stales busily engaged making arrangements for next season's operations on his, numerous mining pro-
TwPodalo, A. j portles in 1 he' Lardeau. Reports from
tho old Gold nnd Guinea Gold, where
work Is being vigorously pushed,
Indicate that ihe properties ure looking first rate' nnd much improvement
Is oxpeoted before spring.
in the month of.Jnie lastMossrs.
Pool and Young went over to Flsl
Creel: and purchased a lint is known at*
the Criteriou-Oysiei'-Uosslatid group ol
claims and forthwith put on u force ol
men to erect buildings und develop the
property, They surmised thoy had ti
good thing aud tbey pushed the work
.villi a force varying from 20to 30 men.
Afterwards tht diiectoiso the Ophir*
Lade Syndicate visited tho proport*,
and wero very much pleased witb wlnil
tliey saw and so expressed themselves,
Messrs Pool and Young then offered lo
turn over the property to the syndicate
at cost. This offer was in due courso
accepted and development Continued
witb the result that, at the present
time, 1000 feot of tunnel has been run
and bunk bouse, cook bouse, oflice,
stable, blacksmith shop, bath and tin
rooms fitted up with the most modern
sanitary bath und hot and cold water
havo been completed, making tliis one
of tho most desirable camps for workmen, at least, in tlio Lardeau. New,
mill, compressor and tram with telephone connections and electric lights
are to bo put in. These mutters rendered It necessary for ttie shareholders
to be called together tu consider matters of tbo utmost importance to the
Syndicate, and on Saturday last thoy
met in the office of tiie company.
Thero were present tbe following:
J N. Black, P. Crilly, .1. Eonesi, U
Guuii, A. E Gunn, A. H. Hold loll, Jut*.
Hilley, R. Hodge, Jus, A. Lade, V
F. Lado, W. Macdonald, J. B. Otti
VV. B. Pool and S. A. Sutherland, uuu
almust every other shareholder was
represented by proxy. Thc members
of the syndicate wero unaniiuous iu
agreeing tu, the mutters thoy wen*
called to consider and tin, directors arc
looking forward to a good meeting ou
tim nth duy of December to uoiilli'ui
what was dune on tho oeeasiuu re*
lei red to.
Ilu-i'iltiil Hall.
The lirst annual ball in aid
Minos Union Hospital was held in
Eagle hall Friday night in the form of
a sheet und pillow case masquerade
and was the best kind that could have
boen given as most of the sheets and
pillow cases were donated tu the hospital. There aro now on hand fur the
opening over three dozen sheets and
fout'ty ono pillow cases, six lied
spreads and six towels besides a handsome sum being realized forthe treasury.
A number of Ladies .vcrc kept busy
in the lower part ol the hall pinning
sheets pillow cases and musks on the
largo numbor of miisqueraders and
whon all were, on the Hour and tin
dunce in full swiug, lie* scone
'itesented'was odd* and ghostly in the
extreme. Remarks were heard on all
sides that it was without exception tbo
most enjoyable dunce eve given in
Ferguson whilo others remarked it.
was the best dance they ever attended
in their lives. At 12 o'clock afli'i*
masks had been remuved, a lunch
which bud been provided by the
.adies of .the town was served by a
Miners' Union committee headed by
Messrs. Morgan, Button, Glenn uuo
Cummins,
ANOTHER II
WHU'
n;i\ (sandwich..
tutJ  descHpttoi
Jauciiiff -a an
in     the       n;..
nilslc      wus
Gdwurds und M
fun
-i-ted nf I.*;.,   enf*
��� .*..-��� >f ull   kind*
Utor   tiiu  lunch
I until fi o'clock
tu    uxouUout
-ik. i       hy     Miss
l'UUlOI'3.
Thursday lust beiny Hit* Wilfrid
Laurisi'e birthday many messages of
eonyrauilation wero scut him b,v his
rieuda.
Angus McLeod, M. P., conservative
ui o tu be r for North Ontario, died in St
Paul';, hospital. Vancouver, on the 18th
of typhoid fever. Mr. AloLeod ivttb a
lumber merchant of Bracebrldge, Out.,
and camo to Ii C. to look after his
recently purchased timber limits and
now mill which he was having erected
at Arrowhead.
lias Been   Formed  ir
Minneapolis
10 OPERATE  IN LARDJUI
Hava Acquired Tlio Prirorot-
and Golden Circle Properties
Meows J. M. Miller and Thos
K. Fisher Well Known Herd.
A   new  miulnjj. Co. h
is beon forme-
tt  Minneapolis,   Mini
.,   called    tbi
L-ai'deau-Duncan  Dove
opmont Co.. o
British Columbia, with J. M. Mlllor.
tf i si,lent, Thomas K. fisher, secrc
tary: VViiiterC. Brunduge, treasurer
,U!ol|ih E, L. Johnson, attorney, Thi
company has been organised for th
purpose of further devoloping tii*
I'rimri'.e and the Golden Circle
liropertlos and has opened up ofllees ii
Minneapolis fur the placing of the*:
properties on a paying basis.
The primary interest of the company
is in tbo development of properties
in tho I.ardcati-Duncnn distriot o:
British Columbia, ami under a goo,.
Conservative management and witb
practical miniiiif men at its bead, thc
success of tbe company is Imminent.
Tbis company will take active control of these properties as soon as ) 0-*-
-ible and work will be begun atone
on the Prlmroso,
Tho Primrose is about seven milci*.
from Fortruson up the North Fork.
11,111 Knlilli-,,111 IleUr*.
Wo havo to chronicle this week
lhe death of Dan Robinson a brother
nf Fred Robinson of the Fred Robinson
Lumber Co. of Revelstoke and Comaplix, which took place on Wednesday
ihe l(lth at his homo In Revelstoke.
Deceased was well known to most, of
tlio l.anlctiu people, being an old
timer in tbo country going into the
lumber business iu the eighties with
his brotlioi' Fred. About threo years
ago he disposed of his interest in the
mill at Comaplix to bis brother and
with R. Howson organized the Revel-
stoke Lumber Co. He leaves a wife
nud nine, children t/i niouru his loss
Tlio Magic joins with other friends in
extending sympathy to the bereaved
family.
Cnrrlo Still In the nm*,-.
At the horse show iu Now York on
llic 20th Mrs. Carrie Nation created a
sensation by facing tho Vandcrbilt.
box and scolding the Indies for their
modish gowns. Mrs. Alfred O, Van-
lerhllt was one of the party. A. G,
Vaudci'bilt hastily left bis position at
iho rail and came over to where Mrs.
Nation was standing and whispered
Something in her ear then pushed her
away. Mrs. Natioo then turned her
attention to other boxes. Finally she
started for the cafe where after selzlny
the bottles of gentlemen who were
drinking wine, she was taken tn hand
by the police and hustled out ofthe
building.
Wall Street Arithmetic.
100 mills make ono trust.
10 trusts make one combine,
ill combines make one merger.
10 mergers mako one. magnate.
1 magnate makes all thu money.
��� Boston Commercial Bulletlu,
Sibyl���How did you como to accept
Jack?   I thought, you said no once.
Beryl���So I did; then ho proposed a
second timo aud I said "no'' again.
"Well?"
"He asked mc to name tho day say-
that in school he had been tVigbt
in Giving Away tVatohen.
Iu prosecuting its plan to build up
the largest circulation in the Kootenay.
and incidentally, in observance of its
seventh anniversary, tbo Trail Creel:
News is giving to each new Blibsorfno**
a watch, it is not a full jeweled 18
karat gold watch, but it is a neat perfect running time piece. It is guarantied for ono year and if it fails to keep
accurate limo during that period i';
will be exchanged for :t new one. Tho
guarantee is that of tho largest coir.-
pnn.V of watch dealers in the United
States. The subscription to the News
is .2 per year, upon receipt of which fl
watch will be forwarded, together witli
the Trail Crook News for ono yoar.
[.omittances should bo forwarded h.
expross oi' postal order tu Trail Creek
Nows, Trail, H. <>.
He Starts on* it;_ht.
Hon. Raymond I'refontaine, minister
of marine Is advocating the ostablisn*
nicntof a naval school at Montreal line
will bring the question up at tho nex*.
Session of parliament.
1 .
that-two negatives make  an afflrina*
live' "���Baltimore Herald.
THE CHURCHES.
Methodist.
Service will bo hold in K.igle hal1
every Sunday commencing at 3 p. m,.
ana alternate .Sundays at 8 p. m. Al1
are invited to attend.
3. J. GREEN, Pastor.
In the Cariboo one pan  ol
recently yielded mi.
AnKlicnu,
Divine servieo  will ho  hold every
alternate Sunday in Fag!u hall at 3 in
tho afternoon.
An invitation to attend is extended to
dirt everybody H, A. Solly,
I Cir��M, Mi
Lardeau Bagle
I'uliUsliod even*  Friday ni Forguson, n. ('.,
by
E. 6. WOODWARD,
i. whom all correspondence should bo mulled.
Subsprlption Rfitos! W>Q pop nnnum, tn
��tiy utUlrcsj tn Amorli'Hjli.'-ia f.n- six tuonUut.
|-!._So a yoar to foreign (.-..dresses.   Nn pny, no
pjlptT.
Job Print.hit: The Eaglo Jobdopartmont
i< tho bost oqutnpod oilloo, and tho only ofllco
which oan furnish tho typographical union
label in North Kootonay; n guarantoo In Itsell!
ol good work and promptness.
Advertising Rales; Display ads.,$1.00 por
Bingloroluran inch por month. Legal ads., 12
cents por (nonpurlclj liuo fur lirst insertion; 8
(���.���.it*- per lino for eaeh additional iiuerllon.
Kondlng notices to fonts por lino each Issue,
Ninety day legal notices,#10.; sixty day8,*7,fi0;
thirty days,?.*. No iuIr.accoptod at less than
these rates.   No room for quack ads.
Four weekly Insertions constitutes one
month's advertising.
THE  FIRGUSON
SAW AND
PLANING
MILLS
fa'
Fill DA V. NOVEMBER 28. 11)02.
EDITORIAL MOTES.
Notwithstanding the low price
of silver there is taking place a
general revival in mining' all over
British Columbia but inone especially is it noticeable in the Lardeau.
There is a greater demand lor min*.
ing property than has been shown
lor several years. There have been
a number of deals put through this
tall ot considerable magnitude and
the parties or companies as the case
may be, that have acquired these
properties are very desirable men of
good business ability, There is
the Lardeau Mines, Ltd., which
company owns the Lardeau Queen,
Lardeau King and Lardeau Prince
on Lexington Creek. We have
not seen these claims but they are
well known to mining men and
prospectors in Ferguson and are
said io have a good showing. These
claims will be systematically
developed next season and as the
group lies in a rich mineral belt
we hope to see this property add
another to the list of Lardeau's
rich mines.
Then there is Ihe Lardeau-Dun-
can Development Co., of B. C,
which controls the Primrose and
Golden Circle properties on the
north fork ot Lardeau river. Considerable work has beeu clone on
these claims and they are believed
to be good properties.
Then there is the Myee exploration
Co., Limited, which has been
incorporated recently to take over
ihe Cromwell group on Brown
creek. The Myee Co. has already
lot a contract for a tunnel of 200
Ieet.
Hon.   Jamas  Dunsmuir has re-
-igned ns premier of British Columbia and  Hon.   P..   G.  Prior holds
the  reins   of power.     The change
seems to give  general  satisfaction
judging by   the press    comments
throughout     Ihe   province.     Thej
colonel   is  well  qualified to fill lhe
position of premier having served a
number   of  years   ,.s   member for
Victoria  in  the   Dominion   parliament and   the last term   of Conservative       rule     preceding     the
election of 1896 he was a member of
the     cabinet     without    portfolio.
Whether or  not  the Colonel  possesses lhe tact and diplomacy  necessary lo  make a successful leader
remains lo  be proven.      However,
I here is now  a man  at the head of
tlie political shop  at   Victoria  who
has the training and the ability and
he -has a   thorough acquaintance
witli tbe country therefore if he can
command a working majority in the
house lie will give the province wise
���rovernmRnt,
All kinds of Rough
unci 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.
Drugs aad Stationery
Proscriptions Carefully and
..Accurately Compounded.*
A.  F.  RANKINE
I', 0. MOCK, FEBCIUSON, n. 0.
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Smith # Co.
45 Bleury St-,
*>���^Montreal
Will be represented li.
Ferguson throe or four
tlays eaeh month. Any
orders for clothing will
receive closo attention
and we
GUARANTEE   A
.9
1
FIT.
w
ATCHMAKERj
Am JEWELER !
A FIRST CLASS LINK OF
WATCHES
CLOCKS
AND
JEWELRY
ALL KINDS OF WATCH
AND JEWELRY REI'AIKING
The Townsite of
FERGUSON
The Pay-Roll  Centre of the
Rich   Lardeau   District.
Buy Lots Now And Get
in on the Ground Floor
James V. Reeves,
Ferguson, B. C.
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Our representative
S. A. Seott is
practical tailor and
will make clothes
fit. Hold your
orders for him.
SO  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights 4c.
Anyone sending a .ketch end description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
invention Is probably patentable. Communications mrlotlyeonOdontlul. Handbook on Patents
Bent free. Oldest asency for securlnR patents.
Patents taken ttirouirli Munn & Co. receive
eptcial notice, without obargo, in the
Scientific American.
A linnciBOtncly illustrated wooklj. I.tvcMt circulation of any sniontltto Journal. Tonus, f3 a
mutri four months, fl. Sold byull nmvmipal-art,
MUNN & Co.38'8���"'���' New York
Uruueb Office, KS F B(��� *-!���> asblnvtoii. D. 0,
EAGLE HALL
on second floor in Eagle block
Ferguson, B. C.
t
Open for engagement foi
day or night meetings
at reasonable rental.
I Write or call on
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The Lardeau is the richest
known mining district in British
Columbia and the mines, particularly those ahout 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 douMe
in size Buy a few lots now
before the effect of this year's
progress sends them up, mayhap Tjeydnd your reach.
fl
Business Lots $150 up.
Residence Lots $75 up.
For Further Information Apply to
Henry Floyd
General Agent,
-Revelstoke. B. C.
-ONDER NEW MANAGEMENT-
E. G. WOODWARD,
Proprietor.
LARDEAU MINES, LTD.
The throe claitti3 owned by the company are tho "Lardeau
Queen," the "Lardeau Kins" and the "Lardeau Prince," all abutting
ond to end, through which three loads pass the entire length, situated at tho head of Lexington ereek, in the Lardeau mining division
of Wost Kootenav, British Columbia.
These three claims aro located tin the western slope of Goat Mountain, tho lines being north-westerly and south-easterly, and form ono
complete portion of Mineral land of about 150 acres. Thoy lie east
leBS than four miles up from Fish river.
The group lies in the "Sitting Bull" and "Wild West" belts,
two ot the strongest and best known leads in that district, and work
already dono on npjacout extent ions has given most satisfactory
results as to oxtont of ore hurtles and increased values with depth.
The formation is slate and schist, lying in nn Immenso lime
dyke, and tho eropplngs of the leads are generally topped with hoavy
iron capping and quart''., which gives assays'from $8 upon thc
surface.
VEINS AND WORK DONE
Exploitation consists of two open cuts along tho surface for a
distance of twenty foet, which exposed a hotly of argentiferous
galena over 8 inches ln width. Thc va'ue of this ore body was 82"..(ill
un the surface, but at a depth of less than three Ieet it has Increased
to$10.00. To tap this ore showing and the massive iron capped
ledgo closo to which it lies the present tunnel was commenced and
is now in adistaneo of 82 feot. Another 8,1 feot of erosscuttlug
should roach tlils'lodga at a depth of about 125 foet. When 01 foet
hart beon driven, an aliuost'solld body of Iron ore threo feot thick
was encountered in tho tunnel lying against a'wall ot slate. A
sample at tbis point assayed $77.(10 In gold, silver, copper and lead.
The property has an excellent surface, showing. Thc average
assays aro most encouraging, considering the groat width and con-
tlnuanoy of the loads across the country with such groat width and
prominenco of the surface judging frum other properties In tho near
vicinity, some of which are on tbe samo load and have dovolopod
very rich ore bodies.
In conclusion I would say that the Lardoau Minos aro as good as
any, if not tho best, in tho vicinity, and I verily believe with a
nominal expenditure, they should be made dividend paying ln a
��hort liiue, and I would strongly rocommohj extensive development
toward that ond.
H, O. McClymont, M. E.
THE
prospectors* Exchange
ARTHUR EVANS, Proprietor.
THOMSON'S LANDING, fl. C.
TABLES SUPPLIED WITH THE
������BEST IN TIIE MARKET-*-*
���THE CHOICEST OI* WINES.*
������LIQUORS AND C'ltlAllS ������
^^"^^W^lf^^W
Everybody
s mokes
Our Special
 AND	
The Union
CIGAR
Thoy aro nil ruin , imulctui'1 nf the
bost lliiviiiiu Tiiliiici-n nullify oan
buy. Try ono mill eiitlufy yimrsolf
us in tlieir quality.
Union Cigar
Factory, H.A.
Brow n, Trap.
When you reach Trout Lake City put
up the Queens. .Good accommodation
.. Best ol service .. Choicest wines,
liquors and cigars..Fire proof safe..
Abrahamson Brothers, Proprietors.
For Further information, price of stock, etc., address
LAKOEAV MINES, LTD.,      '-'������
13, Norhert Oulraotte, .Manager.
Bank ol Montreal Bldg., ItOS&LAND, B. C,
.-JjfrsMHfrjjf
*-# ^4NHjf-^-^e^-^#^ _$**���$*���$���$���$--���$
BEST WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
. I-lqlK
FINELY EQUIPPED BAR.
HEST CUISINE SERVICE. "St-
REFITTED AND REFURNISHED. Jjt
BEST I2.0O A DAY HOUSE l'f
IN THE LARDEAU DISTRICT. IO,
Motel Lardeau
J. Laughton, Proprietor.
FERGUSON, B. C.
HEADQUARTERS FOR MINERS
v.,.n,,,. .... AND MINING MEN....
NEATLY FURNISHED,
���A ELL LIGHTED AND II'EATED ROOMS.
        I
CONVENIENTLY   "*-fr-
SITUATED ON* VICTORIA AVE.   jV*
W
K-8_-ai-:-r &_ Ii.,' W SM'a-SHK"��<--___���
<Rfl
r < Ntitlito to Oi.liiujti.-ui. Co-ihvuer.
To s V. tfoColli or whomsoever be may havo
lron8furred his Iuteres, in tliu Triune Fraction no. tl mineral claim, sit tinted on Brown
qjr-ttk. in tlie Trout Uko Mining Division.
Host Kootenay District ol It. (.'.
You are heroby notlllud that I have expend-
oil $100 in labor and hit pro voin en ts upon tho
abovo mentioned fractional mineral claim
mlnco July 1st, ittK, under thu provisions ol the
Minoral Aot, and if within W days in mi the
dntouf this notice you fall or refuso to contribute your proportion of thu above nnmtinned
sum, which Is now due" to-xutbor with nil
cost of advertising, your intorest ln tlio said
claim will boeomo the property of the undersigned under seetion i of ihe "Mineral Aet
Am-Mnli'ii-iii Act I jut).
Dated at Perguson, B.C., this 17th day of
October, 1H02.
0,0. U'oodrow.
Notlou,
Notice In hereby given that no days after date
l lnieud to apply to the lion, libiof Com mis*
stoner of Un-u mni Works for a special license
incut.and carry away timber from tho following dosorlbed lauds in West Kootenay: Com-
liieticluu ai a posl planted about one-and-a-
quartar milos south oi Korguson and marked
"JB, J. t'uitiiiiiii-i South-West t timer Post,
Oct. 18th, Ifloa" thence north 80 chains, thenco
east80ehnlns, thenco south 80 chains, thenco
wost 80 chains to point of commencement.
Dated Oct. 18th, 1002.
H J. CUMMIN'S.
Notice.
Notico is hcrobvgjTcH that80 days after date
I intend to apply to the Hon..Ohlef Commissioner of Lauds and Works for a special license
to cut and carry ti way timber from the follow*
fng described lands In west Kootenay: Cora-
meiniiig at a post plan tod about onc-ai.d-a*
quarter miles soutli of Ferguson and marked
"B. J. Cummins Houtb-Kant Corner Post, Oct.
lath, 1D021" thence north n0 chains, thence
west so chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
cast 80 eh-tins to point of commencement.
Dated Oct. 18,IIHB*
M.J. CUMMINS.
Notlco.
Notlco ia hereby given that 80 days after
dato I Intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands ana Works for permission to loaso the foreshore and .rights thereof
for ihe purpose of erecting astorohouso in tlio
Trout f.aiu! District of West Kootenay, com*
, -lacnciti),' at a post planted on tlie shore of
Trout lake adjoining the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company's wharf, thence QUO fee!
aonth,tiieneo UOOfeet wost, Ihenee8U0 feot north,
Ihcuce-'fUO feet cn.-t to point of coiiitmuiceincnt
Dated at Trout bake, 27th October, 1902.
DONALD ti. FORBES,
THE  NEW AND ONLY
MAP
OF THIS DISTRICT
Including the Fish Creek eamp
and Upper Dune n Rivor section, compiled by A. P. Cummins, P. L.S., and S
Shannon. U. A., is now on sale at this
office. The ready sale of the map is
/proving all we have safd for It. The
Trout Lake division Ik lithographed in
black, the Lardeau in red,and the Ainsworth in blue, liven a tenderfoot could
tako n copy of this map and find any
olalm recorded in thc three divisions.
Tho mountains, lakes, creeks, wagon
roads, trails, surveyed railway routes,
and the location and name (by a unique
index) of every mineral claim in tho
district is shown.
Next   to   Visiting   the   Country   In
Person This Map Takes First Place.
In fact every geographical
feature is so well define that one can
see at a glance the nature of our country
aud the trend of tho claim locations
gives an intelligible idea of the mineral
belts running through the camp. It is
certafuly
The   Best   Worth   For   One  Dollar
ever offered In tbe.map line of a mining
t',ami.1 lt *8 l''o .(Irst complete map of
the district and isselling well. It is fust
what you are looking for. WE ALSO
HAVE A FEW MAPS MOUNTED ON
-"NJGNf WITH A GOOD COVER. FOR
T'UyKLLEKS OR PfiOSPECTOKS.
WHICH HELL AT ?1.W. THESE AltE
THE BEST VALUE, AS THEY WILL
LAST FOR YEARS.
Address your order, with an
enclosure of a ono dollar bill, Ino
cheques, orders, ote.j to
Notice.
Hy assignment In writing dated Aug. 27th
ID02, Andrew Ctimmblga oi Ferguson, hotel
keeper, assigned to the Hudson's Bay Company all book debts and credits then owing to
him in connection with ti.e business carricu
ou by him at the Balmoral hotel.
All persons then Indebted to said Cummina*
tiro required to pay ihe amounts owing forthwith and may either pay the money to Mr.
|;r.l. Gordon at tho Balmoral hotel, Ferguson
wlio has my authority to receipt lor same, or
tliu money may bo remitted direct to me at
Kevelstoke.
Kevelstoke, Aug. UOlli, hue
GEO. ft, UcCARTEU.
Solicitor for tbe Hudson's May Co,
Notice.
tula Belle Fractional Mineral Claim.
Situated iu Trout Lako Mining Division of
West Kootenay Distriot.
Located on Nottie J*. Mountain adjoining the
Nettie L, Mineral Claim.
TAKE NOTICE tbat I, GoorgO S. .MeCarter,
acting as agent fur tbo Great Western Mines,
Limited Liability, Free Minors' certillcate No'
It. 4817-1. Intend m days from the date hereof to
apply to tbe Mining Recorder for a Certificate
of improvements tor the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of iho above claims.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that action
under Section 87 must be commenced before
the Issuance of such certillcate of Improvements.
Dated this 1st day of November, 1002,
GEO. H. McCARTEIl.
Notice.
Notlco Is hereby given that wo the undor-
Mgned will not be bold responsible for any
debts contracted byGust Lludahl ot the Hull*
Way House.
ANDERSON & FULMER
International
Correspondence
Schools. 80%rN'
- Gives instruction by mull in the following subjects! Mechanical engineering
mechanical drawing, Electrical engineer*
ing, telegraphy, telepliony-,saiiitary plumb*
lug, healing and ventilation, civil eiiglu-
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and sign painting, ornamental designs,
hook keeping, stenography, milling, smelt*
tug, metallurgy, (tydi'omotallurgy, electro.
iliiT'iiu'iiiir*., Fro nob, German, Spanish.
Send for free catalogue,
IU per ecu   -IU ���mini bv cutting  out this
ad. nud enrolling before end of mouth.
XV. II. Mc DOUG ALL, Locul Agent,
Nelson, H< C,
There Is only one bolt mining Journal.
Thut Is
Mines and Minerals.
It has a largnr circulation than any iwo other
American mining journals because it Is tho
host, It is the largest, bost illustrated and
handsomest mining journal In the wold. It
is a mining paper for mining men. Su&'sorlp*
tion price if-!.oo per year. Send for free sample
copy Address MINES AND MINERALS,I-Vrnu*
ton, Fa., U. 8. A. Denver offices, Pari.. Hldg.,
Denver. Col.
The 13. C. ASSAY & CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO. -���"������
VANCOUVER. II. 0,
Ifoftdquartcrsfor Assnyors, Mining
&.1IU1 Supplies. Soto ngenis In It.
0. for Morgan QruclbiO Co,, Rflttcrsca,
England; F. W. llraun * Co.'s I'ulenf,
Caiy Furoacos, burners,etc.: Wtn.Aitis*
worth iii Co.'s Fine Balances,etc., cic.
IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA
Capital Author/ted, f ���**,000,000
Capital [Paid-up) $2,Sii.i,o.u
Rest    ....   $2,438,893
UKAD OPFIOJS, TORONTO,
11. Ii. Wllklo, Uuimral Manngor.
DranokQs In Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba, N'. W,
1. and llritl-ili Columbia,
AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS,
Great Britain���Lloyds Hank, Limited
United Stales���New Vork. Dank of Monlreal.
"       "   ���Chicago, First National Hunk.
"       '���   ���San Franulsco, .Vetis Far*,',)
iVl'n's Hunk.
���'       "   -St.Paul; Second Nat'l Bank.
"       "   ���Minneapolis, First Nut'l Hank
"       "    -Seiittlc, Seattle National Hunk
BRANCHES IN II. C,
Viiiieo'iiver, Revelstoko,   Nelson,   Golden,
I'cnj*is'i��� Victoria.
SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT,
Interest allowed ut eurrom rates.
.". general l.tiij k j 111. business transuetcd.
W. MACDONALD
Local Maaager.
Mining companies or others ordering
lots of 20 oi* more, maps will be supplied at 50 cents ouch.
THE LARDEAU EAGLE,
Ferguson, B.C.
Med flatters of North America
this  is T111.
UNION*   LABEL  of
the United Hatters
of North America.
When you are buy
llg a PUR HAT,
ither soft or tstfff,
see to it that the
genuine un ion
Label i.s sowed in It.
If a retailer baa
loose labels in his
possession and niters to |iiit ono in a
hat for yon, do nol
i-iitit.ni/i' him. He
'���iJ-not any i|l:u tn na\c loose labels. Loose
libels in retail Mtor-Jti nre counterfeits. Do nol
is-teii to anyoxnlnnatton at- to why tho hat
ia�� no label. The Genuine Union Label is
���criuraterl on the (our edges exactly the same
is a postage stamp. Counterfeit*, aro some*
���lines perforated on three of the edges, and
iimetimes only on two. Keep u sharp lookout
���tr the '-ounterfeits. Unprl net pled manufae-
urer*tire ising them In order to get rid ol
heir *<��� a t-mnrto bats, The -lohu It Stetson
'o. ol I'iiiiadelphia, I'a,, Is non-union concern,
JOHN A. MOPFITT, President,
Orange, N, J.
JOHN PHILLIPS, Secretaryr
14 797 Bedford Are.. Brooklyn, Is.Y
*S8flBW*
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium  .   .   .
ARROW LAKES, R. C.
���Sitnatedjnidst scenery unrivalled for
grandeur. The most complete health
resort on thc continent of North America,
Its baths cure all Nervous and Muscular diseases. Its waters heal all
Kidney, Liver and Stomach ailments.
They nre a never falllne remedy for
all metallic poisons, completely purifying the system,
TERMS-MS to fl-3 por week, according to residence in Hotel or Villas.
Time Table.
S. S, ARCHER OR S,S. LARDEAU.
Running between Arrowhead, Beaton and Qobiapllx, commencing* October l-Mii' 1901, will sail us follows,
weather permitting.
Leaving Arrowhead for Heaton and
Comaplix, twico dally���10k and 10k.
Leaving Beaton and Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twice daily ��� 7:15k and
12;-hJk. Making close connections
witb all C. P. it. Stoamors and train..
The owners reserve the right to
change times of sailings withoul
notice.
Ths Fred Robinson Lumber Oo. Ltd
All sensible peoplo tra..el by tbe
CANADIAN
BftMLMU
Is tbe conclusion unanimously agreed
to by tho Travelling Public.
Speed, Safety
Satisfaction
Lcavo TroutJUke City Monday, Wcdnef day,
Friday4jOU]t, tn.  Arrlv
Leave Nelson fi.00A.in.
Arrive Winnipeg,
-ArriveSt Paul
Arrive Chicago
Arrive Toronto
Arrfve Montreal
Arrive New York
Nelson 6.W a. m.
2ndday,8;50 a.m.
Und day t'.jtn p. in.
:;rd day ��;I0ii. m
-Jtli day 2;tf��p. ill.
���itli day (l;80 p. in.
Sth day 8;!wa. in.
Closo connection   for all eastern points
Through Tourist Sleeping Cars
 East	
Leaves Dunraore Junction Daily for Bt.
Paul,
Leaves Kootenay Laodimr Tuesday t.-nd
Saturday for Toronto, Montreal and ml
Eastern points.
Through Bookings to  Europe
Via all Atlantic Routes. Prepaid Tickets at
Lowest Rates Issued from all European
countries.
Further Information regarding tho "Only
Way" cnn be had on application to
E. J, Coyle,
A. CLP, A., Vancouver.
J.S. Carter
D. P. A. Nelson.
Purser, S.S. Victoria.
CUMMINS tf CO.
ur
Established 1896
General Merchants
^^^^^^^jj^^^j^^^f^^^
Windsor Hotel
Whon coming Into Ferguson the Ilrst hotel to
see is tho Windsor. If one is looking for tho
bost accommodation, I. e. Clean, woll tended
rooms, a well furnished table and choice liquors and cigars, then tho Windsor Is the best
placo to stop, Roading rooms and parlors
nicely turnIshod.   Everything quiet. !
Madam O'Connor, Proprietress.
i_$8__
CASE HOUSE FUIIIIS!IEKS
!>��>..���)>���������..��������<*)����,��...���>-,
WE CARRY CARPETS,
I LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS AND ;
CHINA MATTING.
IRON BEDS a Specialty      J
J>5 and up. .
Goods can be furnished to any part ol Lardeau on very shou notice
as the service is such that delivery can be made in one day from Xelsot).
No Charge for packing  ���.��.��^. .^���^, ..������..<...���,. ,^-,>,. �����������
1
I Funeral Directors and
I Embaimers.
i   [Graduate of Myer's College of Embalming]
Can attend caso at Perguson at ten
hours notico if advised by wire.
D. J. Robertson & Co-
nelson, B. C.
ASHNOLA SHELTER CO, LTD
Capitalization $2,000,000
la 2,000,000 Shares, Par Value $ 1.00 Each.
ASSETS���
Throe-quarters of the Capital Stock in Treasury, 25,000 shares Simllkameen Valley Coal Co., Ltd., Stock, ten acre Smeltor, sito at Ashnola.
Three Mineral claims situated three miles from Ashnola.
.1840 acres Coal Lands, near Okanagan Lake, having an eight foot seam
of good steam and Domestic Coal.
Tho first 200,000 of these shares have already been subseribedand shares
aro now selling at 15 cents on calls of two and one-half conts 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 confideni that we caji give vou satisfaction in
every particular.     Wtite: Sawyer Bros.,  Revelstolie, B. C.
���KXt��*��*<xj(s*��tx*��*)()(**)*^
E
*,*( ��� ~~~.| __     Publishes  the  full est telearaphic
ll( nB-*s from all parti i of the world.
I i\ A I lhe suite nnd loc ftl news.   Dally
nnd Sunday edition 7Scpermonth.
Seattle's Great
*     Taper.
IHE DAILY.
SUNDAY.
TWKf A WffK
s��*y PosHiHeiii'eiicer. 30 tn 40 Pa.es.
The largest nnd most comrileteSun-
ff Q day paper north of S an Franclseo.
j / Special departments of literaiure,
��� ���*** of fashion, of women s news. Sundny edition $2.00 per year.
Iivicca Week Edition tne Seattle PosMiite.il.eii*
cer.
AM the newsortliciiveek in concise,
detailed form THE TWICE A
WEEK EDI'I ION IS T HE BEST
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Sm-scription price,  $!.ao per year.
POSTMASTCRS Will T._. SL8>a 3>TI0NS;
post ��� ii. mitotic... co., shiile, msi
S. P. WESTO'N, Business f��laB*is_��'r. J Local  and' General.
��� *>-->������-��-* *-��������� **^-��--H ���������-������-��������� ���������--**-*-���
.1. C. Murray wan in town Tuesday,
A. G. Street came in Irom Camborno
today.
Two cariboo wero (���hot, near Trout
r.ako on Tuesday.
.Ins. Lawrence, hnrdwaru merchant
of Nolson was in town this woolc.
The Imperial Bank'opened a branch
at Cranbrook on Monday.
English has heon mado a compulsory
nu bjeet of study in Austrian schools.
Died���At Kerolstoke, Wednesday
November 19th, Dan Robinson, aged
���W years.
The Trail Creek News denies the
report of tbe sale of the smelter at
that place.
The Nettle L. coraj roasoi' plant is
running and the whistle can be heard
plainly in Forguson.
Davo Ferguson is paying n visit to
his brother In Victoria, Ho will return about Dec. 1st.
Tho C.P.E. last steamer sailing ou
the Great Lakes will be from Fort
William to Owen Sound on December
2nd.
Our roport of the banquet and other
important matter Is unavoidably held
over till next Issuo on account of a
-:ish of work.
Cuineso girls are being employed in
flail Francisco as telephone operators
for the accommodation of Chinese
moroh ants,
Kev. S. J. Green conducted his usual
service in the hall Sunday afternoon.
The coming Sunday service will be
held hi the evening.
A despatch from Rome says: Tho
pope signed a Uriel this afternoon
appointing Mgr. Sbarretti apostulieate
delegate in Canada,
W. White from Dawson City is vis-
itnig friends in B. C. This is the
first limn he has been out of the Yukon for live yoars.
Medicine. Hat, N. XV. T., citizens
aro supplied with natural gas at a
cash price of twenty-live cents per
thousand cubic feot,
J. Reeves, our popular jeweler is
making prett, brioches lor Christmas
gifts out of the first slag from the
Vulcan smelter with gold   mountings.
We are pleased to announce thut Mr.
Mills who was recently Injured Internally at tbo Triune tram has almost
recovered and hopes to tie about again
as usual id a few days.
MARRIED. ��� Upper-Turnross, nl,
llcvelstnke, 11. 0.- Friday, Nov. llth,
by Rov. C. A. Procunler, Reginald A.
Upper, Chief License Inspector, to
I 'alma Tiiruioss both of Revelstoke.
It is now decided tbat tho Bank ol
Montreal and tho Molsons Bank will
call �� meeting of their shareholders In
the near future to discuss tho advisability of increasing their capital.
Thc English Church sorvice has
been changed from once a week to onco
every two weeks as will be seen by
the church notico In another column.
Service will lw hold Sunday afternoon. Nov. 30th,
The following gentlemen wore In
town Saturday to attend the Ophir-
Lado mooting and banquet at ntftht
from Fish Creek: Vincent Lado. J,
If Illy, R. Gunn, A. Gunn, ,lus. Lade,
J. Ennest aud J. B. Otto.
A teacher's union for Ontario is one
nf the latest phases of unionism in
Canada. Just what tho definite objects of such an organization nre
Intended to be is not known yot, hut
among them It is certain that tho
question of salaries will nut. be ignored.
The Eagle'eclubbing offer of either
tlio Winnipeg Free Pressor Montreal
Star togotber with the Eagle for one
yoar for $2 CO, is boing taken advantage
nf "hy a largo number. Wohavostill
room for tooro uamos on our list.
Lonals With a Paystreak,
Saddle horsos for sale. Wo havo all
kinds and at all prices, Wo can suit
you.   Craig it Ililltnun, Boaton,
Ml lhe latest books, magazines anil
periodicals for holiday readinginstouk
at the Canada Drug & Book Co.'a store,
Revolstoko, B.C. Prompt attention to
mail ordors.
Ii pays to use the tolophono. A trip
can often bo saved to Trout Lako, Ilea
ton, Arrowhead or Comaplix by using
the phone. Olllco In Cummins & Co.'s
store.
* Smokers : If you want the genuine "Union'' and "Our Special"
CIGAR seo that "Union Cigar Factory"
is stamped In gilt letters on every box.
���H. A. Browh.-Kovelstokc, B. C.
* To get. acquainted witb this district
yon should have a copy of tho now and
only map. Send a ono dollar bill to
tho Eagle and secure one at once.
D, J. Robertson & Co., of Nelson
have just received a consignment of
tho latest designs in children's sleds
and perambulators.   Prices right.
FOR SALE--A four roomed dwet
ling house and two lots on ono of the
best corners in tho residence part of
Ferguson for sale on easy terms
Apply to Eaglo olllco.
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J -y_jrr ���.��-__��� .�� am siHT-tr fs-m qru C
} t-PROlT.SSIONAL 2 8
j J CAR US.
*1 &.__*$__. rt**L_rt*i ���.'.t.'..7 \*.-i__sw vmttt aft,...?:
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OB. N. WILKIE. :
��� P, L. S.
Provincial
Land
Surveyor
Ferguson and Trout Lake.
Surveys mado and Crown Grants
Obtained.
Trout Lake.
j] Oflice:
Notice.
I glvo nniicy tlmt tiii* partnership heretofore
existing between myself and li. T, nary, under
tlie iirtii name of Jt.T. Jniry ,. Co., Is dissolved
by me.
O, B. BATHO.
.N'r-V. llth, 1302.
All accounts dun to the
lnin*.��_ Co., Ferguson, 11. 0.,
once to Fred *'. Elliott, Troul Lak
lull* firm oleum
must tie paid HI
bike City or to
II. ('., or lo tlie
Cummins, Fergus
undersigned iturrhnscr.
THOMPSON IS. I.. TAYLOR.
Nov. l.tli, 13U2. Rovelstoke.
Notice.
Any time cheek issued at tho C.rent Western
Mines, Ltd., or Silver Cup .Mines, must bo pre
seined for piivmeiit ht the iihove compivnie.
olliees by the in-in for whom tt Is Issued.
DONALD (I. FORBES. Manager,
?&l_rf-. -.v.rttj'.'j^.'z ri-r. ��*_rtT_'r'.-r_s'rt rit^i
$ perguson Qarber  $
I
When you want a
GOOD SHAVE
���or���
LATEST HAIR CUT
Roy Jameson
Hot or Cold Baths in Connection.
'fffP aftTananat w. /������xaistss-jsh 7{*r7{_i
A. YEND.
H. RUFF.
Kaslo
Brewing Co.
Munvifnotiirers   of   lilgli   class
Beer nnd Porter.  Wo make a
Specialty ot Bottled Porter.
Keg and Bottled
.Beer
I.h jininc MuiT.
Mfttl orders receive prompt Mii-iition.
KASLO,
YEND tf RUFF,
Proprietors,
-       -       B. 0.
lyll.LlAM A. EWER,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND SUKVEYOKS.
Surveys of Mines, Mineral clonus and
crown LuimIs. Crown (iriints Obtained im,l Assessments Managed
for Absentees.
Oillces:   Camborne and Vancouver
Is.
SHANNON, II. A.
ASSAYER uml ANALYTICAL
CHEMIST.
K'-slquartcrs f��r Interiniitlna RegariHtlfl
Liirilcuti I'rapertica,
W.lte for liili.riiiiitlon.
Cull mid sec Samples.
OFFICE:    VICTORIA AVE..
FlirlGCSON. B.C.
TJOBERT HODGE,
BARRISTER,  ETC.
Solicitor for
Tlie Imperial lianli
IVfliison, 15, C.
OFFICE-ln llic Ophir Lode block.
1*1 AUVISY, MCCARTER A PINKHAM,
Barristers, Pollcltcrs, etc.
��� offices: Rovelstoke,Ooldon, and Fergu-
5        son.  solicitors for luiperlal Bank
jj       td Canada.
-A
j- Goo. S. McCarter. J. A. Harvey.
*1 A. M. Pinkham.
-r
riKED C. ELLIOTT,
j! Barrister,  Notary Public etc. ''
v ti
-5   S*
_,        TKOUT LAKE CITY B. C, AND        '
i. JI
���ffuson, B.C.*
i W.du
de V.lc.MAISTKEiJ.M.SCOTT
Barrister, Sollclter, etc.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
*. J. M. SCOTT, A. B. L. L. B. ::
ti W. de V. lo Malstre, M. A, -i
3 i.
!
Having purchased tho
Ferguson Moat Market we
aro prepared to supply our
customers with all kinds of
Frosli and mired meats. A
irood supply of rieof, fork,
Mutton, Sausages, Hams
and  Uacoti  always on hand.
p. burns * ra
i
4 ���-���-������<��� ���-���-���- +++*+ 4 ��� ����� ��� ���-���-���-������'������*��� *
THE  KINO'S  HOTEL
Well lighted and heated by hot air
furnace. Tables supplied with the
best the market affords.
,_��_;   Rates $1 Per Day  &*
MRS.  A.  M. STOKES,   Ferguson,   B.   t
iW s��� ���r  i I
McKinnon d? Sutherland I m
Headquarters for Clothing
of All Kinds. Our Mackinaw
Suits are rain and cold proof.
Groceries, Drygoods and
Hardware arriving constantly
bv car Lots.
McKinnon e�� Sutherland
mimmmLmm
mm$��mm
���#���1
The Post Office Store fe
i        Onecar loud of Grocerlesaod two car loutla vofrotablos   u-at put ^
S   in Block.       Our ^iin-lc of genecal merebatjeiiso la well boled-nd and
i^) coinplt>to.       Wo havo a vui'iot.y of C'arput, Sqi.ivircs  thut  will pleaso.
Our special lino this month Is rubhor ^owls,   Larlioa ami mens* rub-
bora and coiUs, cto.   W'v. bave apples and peart, for everybody,
 , i
& G.  B. Batho $ Co. y
f^S^^^^^tM^laWa^^^MM &|]
'*-*'���      PRIVATE DININO ROOMS FOR
LADIES,
HUAllQfAHTK.n-. FOR COJIMEJ
CIAL A\H  MIKING MEN,
THE1.
BALMORAL HOTEL
GORDON & S.LISGER, Props.
I     CAFE OPEN PAY AND NIGHT UNDEH SAME MANAGEMENT.
$* SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION
^ji Ferguson, B. C,   Opposite Ihe Postoffice.
i Packing and ^��S0^dPacki^ )}
i( .Freighting
and
Transfer Outfit.
(f Contracts entered Into lor paolttnf. of Mining*: Supplies',
r oto., to any point in the district.
Good, prompt service, and any work undertaken Sftiaraii-
teed. Prelehtlnj. from Thomson's Landing to Fergueon
a speoialty.
I  Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C.     S. Daney, Prop.
0    O     \X/If Cf\\T    High Olassi Merchant Tailor,
i\.   ���__>.     WILfOUl y. BEVELEiTOKE, B. O.
r
Any orders you man favor us with
if ill receive pronipt
attention.
^.^^^^-^^^i^Ksi^i^i^^
\    Perguson
*
w
McDONELL t�� BLACK. iy
Proprietors. Jir
FERGVSON, B. C. \
I
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