BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Lardeau Eagle 1901-10-31

Item Metadata


JSON: ardeau-1.0082250.json
JSON-LD: ardeau-1.0082250-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): ardeau-1.0082250-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: ardeau-1.0082250-rdf.json
Turtle: ardeau-1.0082250-turtle.txt
N-Triples: ardeau-1.0082250-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: ardeau-1.0082250-source.json
Full Text

Full Text

82.00 A YEAR.
Investors  Must  Use  Their  Own
Judgment or Fall.
lather Utilize Your Own Brains or
Engage and Pay a Practical
Man of Experience.
Intend to do, for, or why take tbo unfounded "hifalutin" gush that a clever
advertising writer hands you out ns
the real thing, that you may safely
leap before you look ? If It impresses
you as a good thing���plunge. If it
strikes you that it has no future, no
raorlt, no room for improvement, no
field for operation or prolits���let it
The man who uses his own judgment, who draws bis own conclusions,
based upon study and consideration
and analysis generally succeeds. De-
livor us from tbe person who swallows
all that is told him, be it good, bad or
indifferent, says the Mining World.
Such a person is an injury to bis
neighbor as woll as to himself. His
judgment-is difficult. Like an unused
muscle he lacks strength, precision,
solidity. He is not to bo relied upon.
In times of danger, when quick decisive
action'Is called for, it is'the man of
sound judgment,
Tlio AIhii of Self-Roltaiico,
who is looked to to rescue the perish
ing and who proves himself a hero. It
is not thu man wbo wants to see what
his noighbors are going to do, and win
asks what his neighbors think about it
who proves himself a Gibraltar when
the waves of adversity dash against
Let Knob Man Act For Himself
Independently, lf he wishes to purchase a horse or a home let him do it
as he should by a personal investigation. Tho same thing should apply to
Investments in stocks. Why should a
bucket shop broker or a penny-u-linor
on a nowspaper, whieh generally blackmails both tho inquirer and the inquired of, bo consulted? The opinion
of a penny-a-liner of a certain class of
newspapers is based, in tbe majority of
.instances, upon the size and frequency
of its advertising patronage.
No Advertisement, No Favorable Nbtlce
or answer to "anxious inquirers," many
of the latter mode up in a newspaper
office nnd initals attached thereto for
an ostensible purpose. Give ono of
theso oowttrdly cormorants an advertisement and ho will
Criujgo Like A Whipped Cur
and laud to the skies anything, everything with or without merit, which to
the average reader becomos nauseous
when Its ogntlsm and cupidity are so
glaringly exhibited.
These Know.It-All Chaps
sit ut a desk, and without investigation, without the semblance of an
honest inquiry,
V.vlaA Out Their Opinions.
based upon purely personal likes or
dislikes and tho number of lines iu the
advertising columns. It is not only
laughable and lumnntablo, when theso
futile efforts of tho "guldo, philosopher
and friend" of the doar public is considered. Many a man lias lost a fortune
by taking tho advice of a friend (?)
who, knowing nothing In regard to tne
investment under consideration, has
a.ild : ''Lot it alone. Don't bolievo It,
will owr umount to anything."
Hundreds und
Hundred* Of I'eonlo Were Kept Out.
of the telephone, railroad, Calumet &
Hoela, tho liutto coppers and hundreds
of other fortune dividend payers by the
"croaker," tho "hurdle jumper," the
"wolf criers," who always materialize
when something now is presontod to
tho public. Theso self-appointed
advisers are like the weeds in tho garden, they aro always thoro. Therefore,
we say, let overy man who Is going 'to
invest his money in an enterprise take
the same personal interest in that
investment that he would if ho were
going to putohaso a suit of clothes. It
is your money that you are going to
Invest.   You are going to
Put Thut Monoy To Work
to earn you something to add to your
income, whether you ore a wngo-earnor
or a capitalist. Now, what in the
name of common sense do you want to
ask anybody's advice about what you
B. H. Sawyer, manager for tho Lardeau Power & Light Co., writes from
Revelstoke that ho expects to have
every requisite for Ferguson's electric
lighting plant shipped next week, and
when once landed here he anticipates
no delay in installation. Barring un-
forseen ^accidents there will be 300
electric lights glittering iu the pay
roll centre on Christmas Eve.
Schmidt's law for finding a vein
after it has been faulted or dislocated
runs as follows: If the dislocation,
or fault, is struck in its hanging wall
It must be passed through and the
driving continued on tbe hanging wall
side of the faulted lode. If tho foot
wall of the fault is struck it must bo
passed through and the driving continued oh tho foot wall of the faulted
A company has been organized at
tho coast with a capital of half a million dollars which purposes manufacturing pulp and paper in this provinco.
Tho outlook for the new paper and pulp
enterprise is bright and the newspapers, which ure large consumers of
paper will warmly welcome tho advent
of tho industry of paper and pulp making ln British Columbia.
The Nottia L. Hill Destined to Become a Pay Roll Producer.
Modern    Machinery   Equipments
Will Boon Adorn Ferguson's
Leading Property.
With tho development of numerous
mining prospects up the north fork
C'lrcte City will build up, and next
season will seo the nucleus of a smart
littie mining town. There is certainly
no danger of tho railway getting past
Circlo City, for it is located at the baso
of a mountain range whieh lies between
this and tho Duncan rivor valley. Considerable collateral will certainly
circulate in Circle City as its surrounding mines are opened up. Invest in a
couple of lots while tho choice is good,
Seo advt. olsowhero for particulars,
James Dunsmuir is foreclosing his
mortgage ot $180,0110 on tho Noble
Five mine at Sandon. The premier
has a cinch and ho isn't like the man
who doosn't know how to work it for
all thore is in it. Jas. Dunsmuir, Jos.
Martin and B. J. Perry are the principal stockholders, but tho minority stock
holders will make an effort to pay tho
mortgage oil'. Parties interested claim
that tho property cnuld pay itself out
lo three months and leave the stockholders one of tho best assets in the
There Is a shrowd suspicion in some
quarters that thero Is moro In tho
plan for tho erection of a silver-lead
smelting and a lead refinery at Marys-
ville In tho oast Kootonay than appears
on tho surfaco. . Some think that thoy
cau discern tho fine Italian hand of the
Atnorican Smelting trust and declare
that the moving spirit in the enterprise is that big monopoly and not the
Sullivan Group Milling company.
Circumstantial evidence is brought
forward iu support of this theory, says
the Nolson Miner which enumerates
very good reasons for the belief. If
B. C. only had a government with the
spirit of the mighty private trust what
a difference there would be.
The population of West Kootonay,
according to thc census, is 23,026. The
Rossland riding comes first with 7,003,
Nelson second with 7,102, Slocan third
with ,1,321 and Revolstoke fourth with
3,003. East Kootenay district totals up
7,00(1, Vale 18,710, Lillooet 1.75!) and
Cariboo, estimated, 2,300,
The Nettie L. hill is even more interesting today than ever bofore. Very
few people have any accurate idea of
the amount of work which has been
done on the hill just east of and so near
Ferguson. An EAGLE representative
left town on Sunday morning last to
spend a couple of days on the hill
Leaving here we took tho south fork
wagon road to 3-mile ereok, H milos,
where the nsw Nettle L. wagon road
branches off. . A couple of sivitehlineks
lip tlie 5-milocreek valley gives the
new road a good elevation, and from
there a gradual climb along the moun
tain side is made, swinging right
around to the north fork slope and into
tbo 2-milo crook hash! and up to tho
upper workings ofthe Nettie L., where
Gordon McLennan anil crew are still
working, continuing the rniul up to tho
Ajax workings. It is a good wagon
road, though tho grade will he heavy
in a few places, and it will certainly
Lessen the Cunt of Transportation
to tho companies now operating on the
hill. A good deal of rock work was
encountered whieh of course run the
cosu of construction up to probubly
over $7,000, $3,000 of which tho government provided. A walk up this road is
Interesting, not only because of the
naturalscenory and
Splendid View of Ferguson
so uniquely nestled at the base of tbe
hills, in the beautiful Lardeau valley,
at the junction of tho north and south
forks, with the waterways shining in
tbeir downward courso to Trout lako
beyond ; but it marks a new era in the
history of our progress. Here wo see
the old
Blazed Trees nud Toe-Paths.
evidences of the early days when the
prospectors camped under a tree, and
tramped th^ surrounding hills day in
and day out in search of the ore-bearing
ledgos which somo of them eventually
found and we nre developing today.
The remains of tho old camp lire, the
hark roof, and the burnt and black teapot and flap-jack producer is still there,
scones which bring to mind the long
and quiet evening hours, passed by tho
"old boys," smoking, spinning yarns
whilo reminiscencing round tho cheerful camp lire. Following this primeval
stugo of overy mining camp's career
comes the pack and rawhide trail
which doos good iei'vlne in its day.
But like other i raps, tho Nettio L.
hill hasoutgrowii tl e
Puek-Trulu and I'.nwhldltiR Days,
and this week we observe freighters
with their four-horse teams aud hoavy
wagons making their way up to the
treasure vaults near tho summit, for
the first time. This must answer the
purposo for a timo only; tho next step
will be tho
Railroad nnd Aerial  Tramway,
and other modern equipments incident
thereto. But to get back to our subject. Just after turning from tlio curve
near the mountain top from tho south
fork to tbe north fork slopo we find
ourselves on
Tbo Maybe Mineral Claim
owned by the Doublo Eaglo Mining
and Development Co. Right from the
road a tunnel of some 200 feet has already been driven. Abovo this again
is a shaft of nearly 100 feet. Bolow
tho road a force of men are now
llutldlng Winter Quarters
and development work will bo continued all winter in both the tunnel and
shaft spoken ot,  The results solar
are most encouraging, but another
year will bo required to demonstrate
tho value of tho property. The company, howover,
Havo Money mid Patience
and for this reason alone will succeed
if there is any success in store for
them. Leaving here wo swing around
into 2-milo creek basin, only a short
distance, to the long lower tunnel on
The Nettle L. Property.
This tunnel is now in li75 feet some
000 feet of which is a drift on a lodge
from tho crosscut. We just happened
to reach the face of the tunnel as the
miners were putting in the first shot
to break through the footwall so as
to crosscut another 40 feet, from whieh
point they will
Raise Perpendicularly Over 200 Feet
to catch the bottom of the winze in tho
upper workings, thus giving the owners
a depth of over 400 feet. This will
open up the property to such an extent
that it can at least be called
A Miniature Mine.
A Polton wheel, driving a fan by water
power generated while (lowing down
the hill from tho long tunnel, supplies
fresh air to tlie water-soaked hardworking miner whilo there he stands
fur eight, hours out of tho twenty-four
pounding steel, 'neath the glare of a
gr.'ttsy oandle in a dark and dungenn-
like holo, full of had air and shut out
from the sunshine and cheerfulness
afforded above ground. Ore has been
encountered at two or three points
along the drift, but no heed has been
pa|d to it as yet, as the immediate
object of the company is to get tho
Upper mill Lower Workings Connected
as soon as possible, thus giving them
enough stuping ground to lasttwoor
three years, while a systematic and
extensive course of development can be
pursued at greater deptii at the same
time. To give unexperienced persons
somo idea of the great expense attached to developing a mining prospect,
the Eaqle might mention thut this
tunnol alono has cost the company
nearly $15,000. In fact overy pound of
ore the company  has shipped to date,
Over ���lisn.ooo Worth,
has been put back into development
work, aside, of course, from the amounts
paid for supplies, freighting, ore treatment, taxes, etc. Having made our
way from the lower "diggings" to the
upper workings, we were agreeably surprised to find Manager W. B.
Pool on tho ground, who joined us in
our outing, and aftor catering to tlie
inner man along with
A Foreo of Over 30 Men
in a commodious moss room faultlessly
presided over by Harry Nellis, we
spent tbe afternoon on tho Ajax, an
adjoining claim of tho Nettie L. belonging to the samo company. Here
several men nre at work sinking shafts
and pursuing work somewhat of a
prospecting nature. The heavy wash
existent hero precludes the formation
from viow, and makes it exceedingly
difficult to form an opinion of thc layout. One fact Is quite cognizant, however, they have exposed nt presont
A Regular Ouan-y of Carbonates
and ore, containing values of from $20
to $200 a ton, with no walls in sight as
yet. A 200 foot tunnol hns boon driven
and thoy still havo it. Now Manager
Pool proposes sinking on it until it
comes to clean oro or to an ond. Once
they get underneath this
"Roundless Mountain of Mystery"
they will have something to go on and
a systematic course of development
will follow. They have a lot of oro
sacked, but most of it goes into a bi��
dump which has boon cribbed up,
whore it will be
Reserved for the Railway Days
so near at hand. Wc spent tho entire
day looking over the property, and
beside the cheerful cabin lire, along
with the boys, with torrents of rain
pelting down, and dark and dreary
without, we spent the evening looking
back over the old pioneer days, and
exchanging this or that incidence in
the many careers which go to make up
a mining camp.   It suroly
Opened our Eyes to tho Progress
which this camp has made. The time
has been long, but after all lt was but
yesterday in day-dream.  And this is
The Resources of British Columbia
Are Practically Unknown.
Uncle Sam Has the Right Kind of
People With All Kinds
of Money.
The Eagle bas many times pointed
out the need of tho government advertising tho rich resources of this provinco throughout the money centres of
the world whero the banks aro loaded
down with money earning practically
nothing. Wm. MncAdams has jast
returned from a trip to western Ontario;
and many of the prominent cities of
the United Statos, and hero are somo
of the conclusions he has arrived at.
He says: "In trying to make known,
the mineral resources of this provinco
tiie II. C. government seems to go on
the assumption that Britishers aro thc
only folks who have tho money witli
whioh to take a chance in mining.
United Statos is very carefully avoided.
For instance, at tlie Glasgow Industrial
our exhibit is one of the finest. At thc
Pan there is nothing to remind tbe
visitor that B. (','. is on tho map. In
London J. Ii. Turner is re-opening
tho provincial office. Iu New York,
Boston, Chicago, St. Louis, Detroit,
Cleveland, San Francisco or Denver a
man might prospect from now till
kingdom come foi' a B. C. information
bureau hut he would never find it.
"Advertising in Glasgow and London
is all right, but if advertising in Great
Britain pays this province advertising
in United States should pay it ten
times better. United States is the
home of the mining capitalist Tho
Americans understand mining and
make a success of it. They do not
hoodoo their investments with a lot of
yellow-leg exports and they keep no
sissy cousins pensioned on the pay roll.
When American capitalists meet with
reverses, they go right along, satisfied
that they will make a winning on tho
next turn. Americans will tako hold
of properties in the prospect stage.
The Britisher wants a thoroughly
developed mine and he usually gets
swindled out of his eye teeth when ho
tries to buy ono. London has a horde
of crooked stock brokers but it seems
to havo a vory small percentage of
legitimate mining men.
"Tho moneyed folks of such towns as
Boston, Cleveland, Denver aud 'Frisco
havo become wealthy in mining anil
they are still in tho business. If tho
B. C. government would drop its
simpering chappy sentiment about the
mothor country and do some advertising where there is business to be had
thero would bo loss talk about tho lack
of capital in tho Kootenay."
[Continued on p��ge four)
11, C.   DliII.LF.HK COME KF.COM).
The rock drilling contest for tho
championship of the world stands as
follows so far: Malley and Chamberlain, Lendville, 401-8 inches; itoss and
McLeod, British Columbia, 30 13-1(1
inches; Hupps and Llndquist, Ouray.
38 1-2 inches; Pittmnn and Coughlin,
35 5-8 inches. Thoro aro threo teams
yet to drill, two from Lcadville and
one from Butte, Mont.
Just now tho world' is Interested in
tho rescue of tho captured American
missionary by Bulgarian bandits.
Thoy aro holding hor for a ransom of
$110,000. This is a very crude and
uncertain method. The Bulgarian
bandits should get onto tho more
civilized way of cornering tlio products
of nature���needed by mankind���and
then levy a tribute on each individual
of a few cents. This method is muoh
later and yields larger returns, Advertising lintes: Display mis., ��i.iw per
column inch jier month. Legal nils. 12 coins
per (nonpnrlel) line lor lirst Inserlinii; Seems
ior ouch additional Insertion. Head ina notice.
II) cents por lino each Issue. Ninety uav legal
amices, |10) sixty days, ���.7.50; thirty days, 16,
.ii) mis. act'epteil at less tlinn full rates.
Subscription Itatcs: By malt or carrtor. 12.00
;ier siiiiiini ; 11,00 ior six months. To foreign
addressos *.'.**). Stopped nt expiration,
Job .Printing: Thu Eagle job department is
tho host equipped oillne in North Kootenay,
nurl is prepared to execute all kinds ol printing
nt honest prices.
Address nil communications to
THURSDAY,   OCTOBER 31,  1901.
What has this district ever done
to John Houston, M. L. A., that he
should want it tied to Kaslo ? Revelstoke has been bad enough, but
we are gradually growing to a
position where we can hold our
own. But to become a part of the
Kaslo division,' Holy horrors 1
Wipe us off the map at once and be
done with it. Oh no, John, we
can't stand your work.
tion, or the capabilities ot the
munngement. It takes mining men
to mine succes.sfully, not green-
whiskered farmers, or bankers���men
who issue drafts on eternity. It is
quite true that all men had to learn
the art ot mining but they begun i at
the beginning. The average stoclc
company mining man around here
is it the beginning of his end. They
may learn some day, but how about
the innocent stoclc buyer in the
meantime, who probably mortgaged
his home or gave up his years of
earnings in the false hope of acquiring sudden wealth? Were these
men or companies to hire practical
mining men and mine underground,
well and good, but how often is this
the case ? The sooner there is more
light thrown upon this inflicted industry, the better for future mining.
The mining business is all right and
perfectly legitimate in every particular. It is on the square when so
conducted. But the many opportunities presented to promoters for
easy money from the ever gullible
investing public is almost appalling.
Even the simplest' of business
methods and precaution are scarcely
ever exercised by stoclc buyers.
Experience comes high, and apparently the only way to acquire it is to
buy it.
��� MINERAL ACT, 1890.
[Form P.]
4K^9^k. ~^^a. a^a^L^^^a, a^a^j&^^^a^^^Jf^a\aTt^^J*^^^a^a^^^^^^^^
MOUNTAIN HOY  mineral claim,jrttuU In.
tho tnnlenii Mining Division.. WestKootfr
nnv   District.    Where located:    Mohawk
cuick n tributary of Pool creek.
TAKE NOTICE that I, William A. Bauer, ao -
i��������s1Bcn, ior Jnmes A. MMJee, Free, Miner's
Certificate No. II. 1S70&, ��nd n. IS. l.irard. Free
Ml nof's"ccrtirieaie No! B. 16686, intend .sixty
days Irom the dato hereof, to apply to the Min-
Sg"tecorder lor acortillcnte oHmprovemehtS.
tor the purpose ot obtaining a frown grant ol
Xft&te notice thatactionfinder
section   117, niust.be  commenced bofore the
Issuance ot such Certificate ot Improvements.
Dntcil this 10th day ot October, 1901.
octliim        WILLIAM A. BAITER, P.L.S.
(Form ft)
CANADIAN GIRL  mineral claim, situate in
the Trout Lake Mlulng. Division, ol West
Kootenay District.   Where located:    On
the east side ofthe north fork of i.ardoau
river and being a south easterly extension
of the Iron Horse.
TAKE NOTICE that I, O. B. N. Wilkto, acting
as agent for It. W. Norlhey, F. M. O. IHO20O, ft
McCarty, F. M. c. B47WH, Andrew Cralg,F.M,C.
B32610, Intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to npplv to the Mining. Recorder Ior er certificate of improvements, for tho purpose, of
obtaining a Crown grant of the above claim.
Aud further take notice that action, under
section 07, must be commended before the
Issuance oi such certificate of Unpjpv
Duted this 29tb day of August, 1901.
aua2B2m 0. B..N. V
The redistribution which cannot
be much longer shelved will give
Kootenay and the Boundary eight
seats in the provincial legislature,
livery one of these constituencies is
in the hands of working miners who
are thoroughly organized and
capable of taking care of their own
political affairs. They will elect a
solid delegation of labor men to the
next legislature. Fetch on your
party lines.���Sandon Paystreak.
The only thing that will make the
public ownership ot public utilities
practicable is the adoption ol direct
legislation. Until that is secured
public ownership simply means
greater opportunities for political
corruption. So long as corporations
own the government, government
ownership simply means ownership
hy the corporations which own the
government, with the added powers
of government to aid them in plundering the people. We must get
direct legislation so as to secure
public ownership ot government.
Then public ownership of anything
else will be possible and practical.
The place where tha mines
are is the place where the
towns are	
Open Letter
To Lardeau MineOwnertt.
There is an opening in Ferguson
for a butcher shop. There are five
hotels here and quite a number of
residences. There is the Nettie L.
and a dozen other mines to supply;
yet Ferguson has to go out of town
for fresh meat. If Pat Burns cannot put a butcher shop in Ferguson
during the next thirty days the Eagle
can assure him of two others who
are quite willing to do so. And
what is more, ihe Eagle can guarantee the hearty support of the
above hotels, residences and mines
to the first person who will open a
butcher shop in Ferguson. If Pat
Burns wants the fresh meat trade
in this town and vicinity he will
have to come to us, We have run
after Mr. Burns long enough, One
months* time will substantiate the
above statements.
Have you any money  to invest?
If  you   have   there   are  splendid
opportunities  in the mining world,
and this  district is   possessed   of
many of those opportunities.     But
the  dubious   methods   of  old are
growing stale and people arc awakening to  the fact that mining is a
dangerous   gamble   only   because
unscrupulous promoters make it so.
If you  were  going to go into the
l banking business tomorrow  would
you hire fa sailor to ipnage it for
you?   (# course not.    Well   when
vou are offered a mining investment
or mining stocks does it ever occur
to you  bow  silly you really are lo
part    with    your   money    before
you know anything of tbo propost-
Oct.lCth, 1901.
Dear Friends:
I feci that I can address you as friends, since
we are all in the samo work and have so many
of the same interests. Thc great crying need of
this district has been for a smeltor to treat our
ores at a profit to ourselves. Were the great Le
Roi mine where ours arc it would not under
existing "ircum'stances be worth five cents, but
with a railroad and. smelter near at hand even
its lowest grade ore can be made to pay. 1
hr.ve studied over this problem for many
months and at lust have succeeded in
solving the question I believe.
The style ofjsmclter we have purchased is not
one of the old type whicli would take perhaps
two years to build, but an entirely new style
known as the Vulcan Furnace. It does thc
most thorough work in the simplest possible
way. Much of the expensive machinery is
done away with by tho invention of a
very simple device, whicli creates the
tremendous suction needed. I saw a
plant in operation when* it wus treating tho
basest kind o( copper ore, where over fiO per
cent, was rock matter, and the result was as
follows : Copper lost in the slag, less than one
half of one per rent. The matte was really
bullion, being almost % per cent, pure metal.
By this treatment in the ordinar' run ofsilvcr-
leHd ores tho loss of lead Is not more than 3
per cent.
Wc propose to erect a plant at onco at Ferguson, which will be in operation by the middle
of January, barring unforsccn accidents. It
will hftve a smelting capacity of thirty tons a
We propose to treat thc ores at a lower
cost by far than tho present smelters truiit for.
For instance, what is tiie cost per ton today for
thc treatment of our ore ?   A fair sample :
1. Freight from Ferguson to Arrow
lake  110.00
2. Freight from Landing to smelter
and treatment    15.00
3. A discount of 5 per cent, on gold
values, average     2.00
4. A discount of 5 per cent, ou silver
values,avorage    10,00
fi.   Loss of lead or copper altogether
average    30.00
Total    ?G7.00
Not one of the smelters will pay for more
than threo of the values, not even thc Swansea.
Is this an exaggaration? No! It docs not yet
represent tho cost as it Is today. Tlio smelters
often times deduct It per cent, for moisture
whon of course there is very seldom a Iobs of
any such a per cent. Then besides all this,
aftor robbing us entirely of our lead values
they also charge u ponalty on lead if tl*cru is
over 10 per cent. Also they charge a penalty
when there is any quantity of zinc.
Now it is the purpose of the company
which I represent to charge no penalties.
We will treat your ores for ?2J>.00 a ton
straight and give to you all tho values
coming out of your ores, and allow you
to collect from tho refinery every cent coming
to you. Or if you insist upon tt we will treat
your oroa in Ferguson at the very same rate as
tho present smelters treat the ore, thus saving
you tho cost of transportation. We sec nothing
in the war to provent us doing this. Of course
these statements refer lo tho average oros of
the district.
I have secured tho absolute control
of all tho territory surrounding Ferguson,
Trout Lako and Thomson Landing and we
intend to establish ten anil twenty ton plants
wherever needed, that is wherever there le
plenty of ore to make lt a suro thing that the
plants will be kept continuously In operation.
It Is more than likely we shall establish a
twenty ton plant at Circle City in the spring,
I want all thc mine owners to know that this Is
not simply in prospect, it is an assured thing.
The money has alroady been paid and the plant
Is to bo delivered, F. O. B. cars from tho manufacturing establishment Nov. 20th, 1901, The
best experts and metallurgists money can pro. |
euro will be engaged. Mr. Thomas James of
Kossland, ir: to have the general oversight.
y. Sincerely yourii
(Form F.)
IIQRSESHOE mineral claim, situate in the
Trout Lake Mining division of West Koote
nay District.   Wfiero located:    On Trout
TAKE NOTICE that I, EJwin Hillman, Free
Minor's Certificate No B.JK-.009, intend, sixty
days from tho date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtatL'ii-g, & Crown
Grant of the above claim. -
And further take notice that acCion, under
section 3', must be commenced   before the
issuance of such Certificate of improvements.
Dated this 3rd day uf f-Vptember, A. D. WW.
sept 5 2m EDWIN HIU-fcAK.
To Mike Dwyer and Patrick Nicholson, or ti.1
any person or persons to whom-they may
have transferred theli interests.
TAKE NOTICE thut I, the undersigned, co-
owner with you in the J. C. lninerhl gronp,
consisting of the Smuggler, Lone star; J. C, and
Bushwhacker claims, situated on the head of
Lake creek, in the Trout Lako mining division
of West Kootenay, in the province of British
Columbia, have expended four hundred [JHUUI
dollars in labor and improvement upon the
above mentioned mineral group in order to
hold said group under Seetion 24 of the Mineral
Aet. and if witnin ninety days from the Btsi
publication hereof, you fail or refuse to contribute your portion of such expenditure, together with the ttost of advertising, for 1901.
your interests in the said group will become
the property of the subscribers, under Bection *t
of the Mineral Act V.w.
Dated at Ferguson, I), C��� this 20th day of
October, ItRU,
octal J. W, CHISM.
ToC. J, Smith and F. W. Hinsdale, or to any
person or persons to whom they, may htwi*
transferred their Interests.
TAKE NOTICE that we, the undersigned, co-
owners with you in the Copper Key mineral
group, situated on .Short creek, south of I'us>
creek, iu the Trout Lake mining division of
West Kootenay, ln the Province of British
Columbia, have exnended eljrht hundrei {$80U;
dollars In labor and improvement upon the
above mentioned mineral group in order tn
hold said group under Section 24 of the Mineral
Act. and if within ninety days from the first
publication hereof, you fail or refuse to contribute your portion of such expenditure, to-1
gether with the coat of advertising, for 1900 and
1901 respectively, your interests in the sain
group will become the property of the subscribers, under Seetion 4 of the Mineral Act.
Dated at Sandon, B. C, this r>th day of August.
1901. (aianedi   HKNRY SAI*?N.
aug22 imgnea)   J0K M0RETT
Mining men engage their
crews at Ferguson, and
pay them off in Ferguson.
A. F.
DruggistAKI) Statiqner
'     '     I -   I     I
I    I    1    1 T
Scenic Line
ofthe World
Kootenay Lake Service.
loaves.        ~" Arrives
Tucs.,Tliiir.,Sst��� T --Ar, Tucs.,Thur.,Sat.
22.00        L��aruo        21.50
Arrow Lake Service.
Arrow Lake Branch.
Through tickets Issued to and from all points
In Canada and the United States.
. steamship servloe from Vancouver to China,
Japan, Australia and Alaska.  v
Goneral agents for all Atlantic a, s. Lines.
For time tables, rates and full Information
eall on or addressnoarest local agent.        ���*
J.S. CARTER,      E.J.COYLE,    i
D. P. A., Nelson.     A.u.F.A.. Vancouver.
J, DONOVAN, Agent, Arrowhead.
5 Lumber
~     #*-*\ *1 1       T-V
3 Sash and Doo rs
���* James Anders< on! 	
/I Ferguson Saw Mill III and will be pleased to fill orders,
I arr. prepared to fill ordets for
any description or quantity of
Lumber on the shortest notice:.
I am agent for	
 Sawyer Bros.'	
 Sash and Dooi*	
Ed. BelTs Pack Train
Rawhiding Contracts
The pay roll centra and the place where Lardeau'i shipping
mi>ae�� are located, is Bltuated 06 miles southeast of Revelatoke.
From Revelttoke to Arrowhead by rail, 2S miles; from Arrow
hciid to Thomson's Landing by boat, 12 miles; from the Landing
to FERGUSON, by horse or stage, 10 miles. Como straight to
Ferguson,   Investigation courted.
Wholesale liquor Dealersi^tafactorersof Aerated Water
Address:   Revelstoke, British Columbia.
Everybody    OUT   Special
s m 0 k * "
e s
The Union
They aro all Unlou mado and ol the
best Havana Tobacco money can
buy. Try one and satisfy yourself
as to their quality.
Union Cigar
Co., Revelstoke
There are Cheap and Good
Union-Made Cigars, but the
Enterprise and Selkirk
Brands, manufactured by tlio Enterprise
Cigar Co., Revelstoko, are unequalled in
tbe province ���
For sale by Ferguson's Leading Hotels.
Ask for tbem.
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.
Hotel Ferguson
The bar is supplied with the best brands 0/
tfines, Liquors and Cigars.
Headquarters for Mining and Commercial
Men.   Tenderfeet comforted.
Katea IS.OOs day (nd upwards.
Ferguson Bros., Proprietors.
The King's Hotel
Three  Storeys  High
Best and Biggest Stock
of Wines, Liquors
and Union-Made
Cigars in the Lardeau
Well Lighted, Furnace
Newly Built
Newly Furnished
Victoria A'venue, East,
Ferguson, B.C.
Hotel Lardeau
J. Laughton, Proprietor.
f Ss
A people's trust wanted.
When the railway reaches the
shipping mines ot this district it will
reach Ferguson.
Fred C. Elliott,
Ferguson, B. C.
Hon. A. G. Blair, minister of railways in Canada, now employs Chinese
servants in his household, The
."mysteries of the kitchen" will no
longer be confined to B. C.
Keep thine eye turned inwardly upon
thyself, and beware st judging the
actions of others. In judging others a
man labors to no purpose, commonly
errs and easily sins,���Thomas a Kompls.
Tbo Tople now proposes tbat the
government build a wagon road from
(Jalena bay to eonnect with tbe main
Landing road to Trout Lake, Ferguson
und Ten-MUo. Baloon routes require
no wagon roads. What's the matter
with tbe Ai'm to the Landing 1
Harvey, McCarter 6} Pinkham
Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada.
Goo. S. McCarter. J. A. Harvey.
A. M. Pinkham.
J.M.Scott, B.A���L.L.B.
Revelstoke, B. C.
(Ieo. W. Corey,
Mining Engineer.
The Trout Lake Topic must surely
have overlooked tbe Installation of an
electrio lighting plant In Ferguson.
Still, after the space devoted to tlie
Eaole, there wasn't room for a real
live news Item, The Intrinsic value of
the advt. Is 19 cents. We will remit by
check, drawn on Trout Lake's bank.
Socialism would give every citizen
an interest in every Industry In the
land Instead of having a few people
own1 them and levying tribute on all
the balance. Which would you really
prefer? Now just lay aside yonr
prejudices for a moment and answer
theso questions for yourself to yourself.
The name of tho townsite at the foot
of Trout litlto has again been changed.
First It wus Selkirk, next Twin Falls,
now It Is Oorrard. Surely the C. P.R.,
if they cans anything for the Interests
of Trout Lake, will also change the
namo of that rising town. The present
name creates a going-down-for-the-
third-time foellng.
Tho Butte, Montana, mines have laid
off over HOOI' men during the past week.
The trusts are manipulating for a
couple of weeks, when work may be
resumed as usual. But there's never
any kick when the mine and smelter
ownors goon strike. Do you see anything wrong Mr. Miner ? Thn people's
trust would never be subjected to
The Trout Lake Tople has grown
sanguine and certain���all in one week
���that "the flrBt of December trains
will bo running to the foot of the lake."
Yet, an ore house must be built to store
away the ore until spring. Growing
still moro exuberant tho Wind-Jammer
says: "Trout Lako will thon be the
centre towards which all the ore of tho
Lardoau valley will trend for shipment
to the smeltor." This is exactly tbe
enviable position enjoyed by Thomson
Landing for the last ten years. "But
what an admission, too, the guileless
EAGLE makes."
A  Cambridge  university  professor
who dreams in figures, has published
.the following atrocity:
1 times 0 plus 2 equals 11.
12 times 9 plus 3 equals 111.
123 times 9 plus 4 equals 1111.
1234 times 9 plus 5 equals 11111.
12345 times 9 plus fl equals HUH.
1234,10 times 9 plus 7equals 1111111.
12345G7times9plu8 8oqualslllllUl.
12345078 times 9 plus 9 equals 111111111.
1 times 8 plus 1 equals 9.
12 times 8 plus 2 equals 98.
123 times 8 plus 3 equals 987.
1234 times 8 plus 4 equals 9870.
12345 times 8 plus 5 equals 1)8705.
123450 times 8 plus 0 equals 987054'
1234507 timos 8 plus 7���equals 9870543.
12345078 times 8 plus 8 equals 98705432.
123450789 times 8 plus 9 equals 987054321.
R. Lyman, Jr., B.S., E.M.,
Corey 6} Lyman,
Mining Engineers.
Ferguson, B. C.
Lardeau properties managed,
cxamlued and
reported upon.
EThe Townsite ofE
Els Now on the MarketE
Methodist Church
Ferguson : Service* tn Eagle ball every
Sunday at 8 p.m    Juutlay school at2 p.m.
Tront Lake Cltv . Services in Forrester's
ball every Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Sunday
school at a:S0p.m.
REV. S. J. GREEN, Pastor.
S, Shannon,
Assayer and Analytical
United flatters of North America
tho United Hottera
of North America.
When yon are buv-
Ing a FUR HAT,
. cither soft or stiff,
I seo to It llnu die
genuine UNION
Label is smved in it.
If a retailor bus
loo.se labels in his
possession and offers to put one in a
hat for you, do not
patronize him. He
has not any ngut to have loose lnbels. Loose
labels In retalistores are counterfeits. Uo not
listen to any explanation as to why tlio hat
has no label. The Uenuine Union Label is
perforated on the four edges exactly the sumo
as a postage stamp. Counterfeits aro sometimes perforated on threo of the edues, and
sometimes only on two. Keep a sharp lookout
for tho counterfeits. Unprincipled manufacturers are using them in order to set rid oi
their scab-made hats. The John ft Stetson
Co. and Henry H. Roelofs & Co., both of I'Jitla-
delphia. Pa., are non-union concerns,
JOHN A. MOKFITT, President,'
Orange, N. J.
U 797 Bedford Ave,, Brooklyn, NY.
Corner Lots, $125.00.
Inside  Lots, $100.00.
TERMS :   j4 CASH ;
Bal., 3 and 6 months.
Circle City is thc future terminus of the
proposed railway, already surveyed via the
Lardeau creek north fork to that point.
Circle City is beautifully located at the.
base of the Lardeau, Pass, Galena and
Surprise creeks. (See map of the Lardeau.)
Circle City is absolutely surrounded by
mining properties now under development.
Circle City affords splendid water power
which will be utilized next season for concentrating purposes.
Circle City presents business openings.
Send for full
particulars to
the General
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   .   .
Packing and
Ferguson Packing and
Transfer Outfit.
The most complete resort on the continent
of North America.    Situate* midst scenery
unrivalled for grandeur.    Bnatlrig, ilshlng
and excursions.     Resident physician and
nurse.   In telegraphic communication with
all parts of the world.  Two malls arrive and
depart every day.   Its baths cure all nervous
and muscular diseases    .cs waters heal all I
kidney, liver and stomach ailments.    Its
baths and waters are a suro remedy against
all argentiferous poisons.   TERMS:  $lo to      _       . .        ,
or8v8iM.wk'Mm,m*t0re,,ldenco in hotel Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C. ^ff S. Daney, Proprietor.
Contracts entered Into for packing ol Mining Supplies, etc., tcany
point in the district.
Good,  prompt service, and  any  work  undertaken  guaranteed.
Freighting  from  Thomson'a  Landing to JPerguson a -specialty.
Is the Coming Solid Town of the
'     " '���**"" "'    "**"     ���"������      *      ���****���-*1"   ���*" "������ ���  H ��
Lardeau and Trout Lake District
The Trout Lake Topic 1b nothing if
not a mimicry. It's burlesque Imitation of the Eaolk, mechanloally, Is
very amusing, but it shows at least one
trait of good judgment. What a
funeral of dead advts. tbere must havo
been during the transformation.
However, the Topic has been pruned
down to our size, and as one of Its scare
line headings read "things never
looked better tban they do at present
and a lively winter may be expected In
Trout Lake," we trust Its editor will
succeed In making enough money |to
eliminate the wrapping paper feature
so predominant at the Topic office just
now. A town whioh forces its newspaper to adopt suoh stringent measures
in order to keop out of the shadow of
the sheriff and appoareoral-occaslonally
Is scarcely worth wasting oven Mr.
Langstaff's time let alone good
wrapping paper.
Because of its unique geographical position; nature having provided as pretty a flat bench, at
the junction of the north and
south forks of Lardeau creek, as
ever a town was built up on in
British Columbia.
Because the wonderful mineral
developments during the past
season have been a marvel to
outsiders seeking investment.
Not only have the old stand-by
properties improved with depth,
but the new finds and many test
ore shipments are exceedingly
gratifying, and attention must
surely be attracted this way.
Because the shipping mines are
located on Nettie L. hill, between the two creek forks; on
the Great Northern hill just
north of the town itself; and on
the south fork and its tributaries,
for all of which Ferguson is the
supply point.
Because mine owners hire their
crews in Ferguson and pay them
off in Ferguson.
Because the offices of many of
the companies operating in the
camp are located here.
Because Ferguson receives the
pay roll benefit from these working mines.
Because this is the point where wl
mining men coming into the district make their headquarters; as
they can walk or ride and return
from most of the properties in
one day or less.
Because every pound of ore from
these mines coming down thc
hill lands first, in Ferguson.
From here it will be teamed to
transportation on thc lake, a
distance of four miles.
Because when the railway reaches
the place where the mines are il
will reach Ferguson.
Because there is every natural advantage for the building up of a
great mining center.
But why give other reasons:   We hare the mines, the pay roll, the natural geographical location, unlimited* water power, etc., and the right kind of people to make   ^
a town.   The ore shipments, increasing business, and money and enterprise will do the   |
rest.   Come and see for yourself.
From $150 up
From $75 up
Henry Floyd
REVELSTOKE, B. C. -. .; .>-��-> *.-4-��-��+-#+-��r*-^^-��>*-**>-*-���->-���-��� ������J
On the Wing
why we rnospiu
II'ontlniiQd Irom page onei
A f, fr * * < ��>>���������� +-*-��-��.��
Forguson must have a butcher shop.
Tho government has made arrangements to take a half million bushels of
uiits from Alberta growers for shipment to South Africa.
Norris 13. Smith bas boon awarded
thp contract of building a "temporary
affair" in tho way of an ore shod at
Trout Lake by tho C. P, H.
Andrew Ferguson, who wont to the
Trail smelter n fow days ago with the
lust Triune ore shipment of the season,
is expected back this evening.
J. MeLollan, the Trout Lake assayer,
wants nothing more to do with Ferguson or its mines. He bas started in
right by refusing to take���not read���
the Eaole.
Nicholas Flood Davin, one of Canada's brigbtest parliamentarians and
journalists, committed suicide by shooting at tbe Clarendon hotel, Winnipeg,
on Friday last.
The Arrowhead and Kootenay branch
is nearing completion to the foot ofthe
lake, but the present rough weather
will probably force the contractors to
suspend work for the winter.
The Topic, in a picture of distress,
denies that the C. P. ft. have changed
thoir plans with regard to local railway
construction. Perhaps,. the Eagle's
informant was mistaken, Even angels
The returns for last month from tho
Ymir mine indicate a not profit of
?26,600. About 350 men aro now employed about the mino and mill and
in the construction of tho new cyanide
"I am very muoh pleased with the
map received from you of your district,
for I can, away down bore, get a good
knowledge nf your camp. It Is well
worth the dollar.���Rufus B. Pewtner,
Patterson, N. J."
only the beginning of what is in store
for us. Tho advent of a railway will
mean tho
Early Introduction of Machinery
���hoisting plants, etc,���and theu will
como mining in the truo Benseoftbe
word; for after all is said and dono, wo
are but gophering around on the surface at present, compared with the
old stand-by mining camps. With
this period will como
Practical Mining Men,
wbo know and expect to spend money
on a prospect before looking for a
mine. The average present-day in
vestor, who feels disappointed if $2,000
or $:',000 doesn't make him a million-
dollar mine, will then be shown tlio
Ouportlinltleii he  has Overlooked
or condemned. The Nottie L. people
are alive the necessity of adopting
modern equipments' for hoisting and
other work, and they will likely be the
first to take the uptodate step. But
this is only an Inkling of the progress
of ono of
Ferguson'*   Young  Mines.
Half a dozen Others are repeating the
history of- the Nettle L., which is
merely leading the procession. With
such promising properties round and
about here the eommorcial, banking
and smelting centre of the Lardeau���
Ferguson��� has little to fear and much
To Enconrage the Progressive Spirit
of its growing population. The country
is safe, and a visit to our mines will
verify these words.
Imperial Bank
-^atmam^oi Canada,
CAPITA!. $2,500,000.00.
REST $1,850,000.00.
General Bantu ig Business Transacted
Interest allowed on deposits in Savings
Department at current rates.
H. EdwardsJ4��
Deer Heads, Birds, Etc.
Mounted. Furs and Skins
Tanned-and Dressed.
Third Street  ^Revelstoke
New Fall Goods
The estate of William E. Ross, do-
ceased,-Tnf Ferguson, is now In the
hands of the official administrator,
James Ferguson Armstrong of Fort
Steele. All claims must be or will be
settled by Nov. 17,
The census bureau has received
ures showing that the population of
Yale and Cariboo, B. C, inclusive of
Cariboo riding, as far as heard from, is
51,400, compared with 19,180; tis given
by the census ten years ago.
A pact of the paymont due for tunnel
work on tho Mountain Lion group has
arrived, nnd tho balance is expected
daily. 'JVo paymonts havo now been
msclo on tlio American, and the property is improving with development.
Tbe refinery scheme which has laid
dormant for tbo past couple of months
is being revived and it is now reported
that the Canadian Pacific Railway
Company has been giving the matter
of the establishment of the refinery
close attention.
Tlio old Horne-Pavno concentrator,
which has been a standing monument
of old country mining company methods
nt Laurie, B, O,, somo 35 miles east of
Revelstoko ou tho main line, for the
past four years, is now being removed
to the Payne mine at Sandon.
.1. Russell, who met with a serious
accident a couple of weeks ago below
the Ruffled Grouse, Is in town, and
whilo ho is still very weak he is coming
around nicely. He nearly bled to death,
but for all he looks as though he would
live to seo n bank ot Trout Lake.
.lack McTaggart, tho victim of tbe
Metropolitan accident last summer,
who Is now under treatment at Revelstoko, Isaotting on as well as could be
oxpected. His knee cap, which was
split in three pieces, and wired together, i3not likely to bo as genuine as
lhe real article though.
As may be Beon from Chas. W. Mc-
Croasan's advt. in another column,
addressed to Lardeau mine ownors,
the proposed smelter for Forguson
this winter is an assured fact.. All
Interested will read Mr. McCrossan's
open letter with interest. If the new
process is successful it will mean much
for Ferguson and the camp generally.
The mountain division of the Great
Northern railway will be operated with
electric power as soon as the equipment can be manufactured. The C. P.
R. will probably take the same step
later on. Tbe old days of coal and
3team for hauling trains In mountainous soctions seem to bo drawing to a
ilose. Heavy grades are so obetaole
for frlsotrlalty,
* Don't wait; but telephone at once.
Always in ordor now, Ferguson offlco
at Cummins & Co.'s store.
* Special attention is directed to
Andrew F. Rosenberger's advt. in this
issue. No stock to sell; straight legitimate mining properties placed.
* When you want a new book, a
magazine or reading matter of any
description, order it from the Canada
Drug & Book Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
* Send In your orders for the
"Union" and "Our Special" cigars to
the Uulon Cigar Factory, Revelstoke.
Stock and workmanship guaranteed.
R. Forln has his new residence closed
ln and the roof on.
Remember the musical concert,
under the auspices of the choir, in
Hume's hall at Trout Lake this evening.
Frank Holten and Geo. W. Corey
shot three fine buck cariboo ou tho
shores of Trout lake last week. Fer-
gusonites havo give Pat Burns the
marble heart for a few days as a result.
* Dancing Instructor Perry will give
dancing lessons in the Miners' Union
hall, beginning next Monday, on the
evenings of Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. Best music, and a good floor.
Call around and arrange with tho
Work is progressing favorably on the
Primrose and Old Gold properties. On
the Primrose the gold values are increasing in a very satisfactory manner.
The smeltor test shipment is now cn-
route to the smelter. Supplies havo
beon packed over from Ferguson and
work will bo pushed vigorously on
both properties during the winter.
ryhe qnestlon ol clothes is ono that
1 should interest any man. High-class
tailoring insures perfectly llttlnp garments. It increases thc Hie of the
clothes, too. You will hear our work
highly commended by thoso wlio know
good clothing when they sea it. Our
suits will please you.
Tweed Salts-$I6, $18, $20
Tweed Trouserings:
$4.00,  $4.30,  $5.00.
Ladies' high class custom tailoring.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Rain Coats
made irom thc very best waterproofed
worsteds, to order. These coats serve
the double purpose of a rain coat as
well as a spring or fall overcoat. La*
dies' and gentlemen's fur-lined coals
and jackets, to order.
The Art Tailor,
Revelatoke, B. C.
Our store room rapacity has beon almost
doubled.-*>+Ouri stock wus never ho largo and
well aBsorted.^-HteeoRuizluB the increased
number ol men employed ln tho mines we
have especially prepared to supply their overy
need.���**���-��� Experience hns taught ua the kind of
goods to buy���the host���and our stock of Men's
clothing, from head to foot, was never so large
and assorted as nnw.**Any ordor, from two
bits to n carload, is tilled promptly and with
a desire to please our constantly Increasing
number of euatomorss.-��~*>It pays to deal with
McKinnon <��
O. B. BATHO tf CO.
As the prosperity of Ferguson and vicinity
increases so does our stock of supplies for the
miner. We can outfit you from head to foot,
and as far as possible with Union-Made
Goods. You will always find our prices consistent with the quality of goods we handle. ���
The next time you nre needing anything in
the line of wearing apparel try us. Try our
U.   and   I.   union-made   chewing   tobacco.
Partly furnished, two bod-rooms, sitting
room, and kitchen, Water in house. Cellar.
Largo wooil shed.
Also a four-roomed shack.
Apply to:  It, IiKOKIE-SWIKQ. Ferguson.
On Monday, Sept. ROth, between Trout l.ako
and Ferguson, ono plain gold wedding ring,
and one small ring with a pearl and ruby
setting hind one atone missing].
Kinder will be suitably rewarded by leaving
same at tho Eaglo oflice.
Including the Fish Crook camp
and Upper Duncan HI ver seetion. coin-
piled by A. I*. Cummins, P. L. 8., and H
Shannon. B. A., Is now on sale at this
office. The ready sale of the map is
proving all wc huvo said for it. Tho
Trout Lake division Is lithographed in
black, the Lardeau in red,and the AIhf-
worth in blue. Even a tenderfoot could
take a copy of this map and find any
claim recorded In the three divisions.
Tho mountains, lakes, creeks, wagon
roads, trails, surveyed railway routes,
and the location and name (bv a unique
index) of every miucral claim in the
district Is shown.
Next   to   Visiting   the' Country   In
Person This Mop  Takes First Place,
In fact overy geographical
feature is so well dufinc i thut ono can
sec nt a glance the nature of our country
and lhe trend of the claim locations
gives un Intelligible idea of Die mineral
hells running through the camp.   "'
Thc   Best
It Is
Worth   For   One  Dollar
The store occupied at present bv A. F. Ran
kino, druggist,   Possession after December 1st.
For particulars apply or write to
It. P, PETTll'IECB, Ferguson.
The Lardeau District
as a profitable field for the Judicious advertiser Is unexcelled In this province. THE
LARDEAU EAGLE Is the only medium
actually covering thc district. An ad, in the
EAGLE will reach more people in Ferguson,
Trout Lake City, Thomson's Landing, Comaplix, Camborne, Arrowhead, Ten Mile, circle
City and overy solitary mine-in the district.
than any other paper published. No other
district in Canada offers such splendid opportunities for good, wide-awake advertisers.
Do you want more business? Then writo at
once for our advertising rates and placo your
patronage In tho only medium that actually
OQVflW (he floW-THS URP8AU JtAGtK,
over offered In thc map lino of a mining
camp, It Is the tlrst. complete map of
the district and is sol ling woll. It Is just
what you aro looking for. WE*ALSO
Address ynur ordor, with an
onc?osuro of a one dollar bill, Ino
cheques, orders, etc.j to
Ferguson, B.C.
i  i
Established 1896
General Merchants
Eastern   Investors.
NO. i K. W. C. BLOUKi NELSON, P.. C.
Gold, Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the EXCHANGE.
MILLING   COLD properties   wanted  at once  for   Eastern   im,	
Parties having mining property For Sale are requested to send samples
of thoir ore to tho EXCHANGE Tor exhibition.
All samples should be sent by express   prepaid.     Correspondence
solicited.  Address all communication to
P. O Box 700,     NEIJjON. n. u.
O. B. Hume & Co.
 Wholesale and Retail	
General Merchants
Tho largest Importers in North Kootonay.
Stores at Revelstoke and Trout Lake City, B. C I
House, Sign, Graining,
Decorating, Paper-Hanging, Etc.
Carpets. Floor Oils,
Linoleum, Wall j��>.
Paper, Blinds, Etc.
Agents for Pianos,
Sewing   Machines,
Etc.  *^ **2L ��<f*L
;mail orders promptly attended Tn���--
R. HOWSON, **�����
Citizens ofthe Lardeau District
When you come to Revelstoko to do your Bhopping, remember thut
Bourne Bros.
have tho largest nnd  best  assorted stock  in North Kootenay.
Compare our prices and see our goods before purchasing elsewhere.
Mail Orders Promptly Filled


Citation Scheme:


Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics



Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            async >
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:


Related Items