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Silver���Bar    1561
Lead���lOOlbs       4.25
Copper     12.50
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Vol. V, No 25
Ferguson, B. C, OCTOBER 7, 1904.
$2 a Vear In advmxt
Local and General, j
We apologise to readers for tht
appearance of the "Eagle" this
issue, There are occasions in the
life of a printer���who modestly endeavours to produce a weekly newspaper up in the clouds���when Old
Nick dogs his every effort.. The
ink will buck, the wheels will refuse
to go on shift, the "devil " strikes,
and the sheriff sniffs suspiciously
around. It has been recorded that
highwaymen have "borrowed " the
printers' types for slugs ere this.
The reader is asked to imagine
that such a combination of snags
is responsible for the " bird's " wings
being two feathers short-this week
We hope to catch up with every
body on the arrival of a new plant
and stock, and Eagle readers are
kindly asked to bear with us in the
interval. Verily, producing a newspaper 50 miles from the main track
of a railway is no dream.
Dr.   Milloy   has been showing
some visitors over the I.X.L. , One
til the visitors,  an expert mining
rfWn,  expressed   '.nmcelt as being
astonished at   the rich showing::.
A deal will in all probability.be put
through.    No one is more deserving of a reward than thc doc.
;Miss Grace Bonner appeared at
,.    ��<ie   Alexandria   Hall on   Tuesday
evening in   a monologue entitled
" Esmeralda."   The lady essayed
some eight characters with a certain amount of success.     A fair-
sized audience witnessed the show.
Lawyer Elliott has a big bunch of
blue' trigl-.teners to handle at the
next Court to be held at the Lake
un the 18th inst.
Arthur Hendrickson has received
treatment at the hands of Dr. Newcombe for a scalp wound which
was caused through a falling candlestick striking ' his head whilst
woiking at the Oyster Criterion at
Camborne on Tuesday last. The
sharp portion ofthe stick penetrated
the bone and broke off, leaving a
quarto? of"-'an inch imbedded in the
scalp. Dr. Newcombe removed
the fragment on Wednesday, and
beyond feeling some inconvenience,
Arthur isO.K.
Frank Lebeati, of the Ferguson
Saw Mill, has secured a logging
contract for the Silver Cup mill.
H was- somewhat unfortunato Unit
littlo Willie was of a rather nervous
lemnorauaut, becauso tbo faot In question led to a trilling contretemps when
tbe local curate eaine to dinner. "Ask
a blessing, William," said bis father
pompously, when tho family and the
curate had seated thcmsolvcs at table.
Evoryono bent their heads reverently,
but there ca Rib no sound from Willie.
"Ahem I AsTt* a blessing, William,"
repeated thai-parent In a somowhat
louder tone, imd bis offspring reallsslnn
that it was;��^ to Mm, caBt a frenzied
look around, and*began his oration.
" Por w-w-wliat wo aro ab-b-b-bout to
receive >" bo stuttered, and thon
stopped short again, a species of stage
fridit having seized hira. "Go on,
���Willie,!' whispered his mother prompting him: "tho Lord " " Ab," gurgled William, with ono oyo on bis
mother's home-made pastry, and his
othor optic on the curate, " tho L-I-ord
liavo nrnvmoi-cy up p-pon us! "
Mrs. Carrier left for Arlington,
Ore., on Wednesday morning, to
join her husband, who is running a
restaurant in that city.
- A. S. May, representing Vancouver parties, is visiting the Lardeau. Several mining properties
have been visited this week.
K. N. Jones, Vancouver, visited
town on Sunday.
Billy Kest returned irom Camborne on Tuesday.
P. Murphy arrived on Tuesday at
the Lake with some parties desirous of making a bid ior the Winslow.
Jim Kelly has returned from St.
Leon Hot Springs, where he has
been treated for acute rheumatism.
A complete  cure has been effected.
Mr. D. Stussi, representing some
Spokane capital, is touring the
district.
Will Skinner and Ed. Bell are
packing ore from the Old Go!d to
the summit.
The Lauder family are now sojourning at 5-Mile 'neath the shade
of the sheltering mill.
,-J. Qi McKinnon has gone to the
coast for a spell to meet his family.
Angus McDougall is leaving for
the coast. He contemplates blossoming into a ranchero.
Miss C. Thomas returned from
Poplar on Tuesday evening.
Pack trains are speeding to the
mines with provisions before, the
snow (lies.
Lou Thompson had the'misfor-
tune to break the thumb of his
right hand on Wednesday night
whilst playfully posing as a Jim
Jeffries. Dr. Newcombe set the
injured member.
Geo. Batho returned from Nelson
oiU'"riday evening with some prodigious ' pumpkins, squashes and
vegetable marrows', presented by
numerous admirers at the recent
Fair, . G.B. also brought with him
]f^ptW'e bunch of Plymouth rocks
and a heavy stock of Giant Powder.
Area sneaks will take the tip and
act accordingly.
McKinnon & Sutherland are
having their large store on Victoria
Ave. completely covered with galvanized iron,   together with all the
outbuildings.
General elections will be held in
the Dominion Nov. 3.
An important meeting of the directors ol lhe Great Northern Mines
was held in Nelson on Tuesday, and
several changes were made in the
management of the company, W.
13. Pool has resigned his position as
mannger, and Mr. 11. Crilley, the
assiiitaii. 1 imager has been appointed to the vacant position. We
wish him the best of good luck.
Dob ltatgraves, Swinney jun.J
and Pat Dcvine climbed the top-
must tip-top peak' cif Nettie I. one
day this week, and a typewritten
epistle left on the 'summit chronicles the doughty deed. !
NOTICK TO CONTI'.ACTOl'.S.
SKAI.KDTl'N I iF.ltS, mi'ierscribe'l" Tender for
Lock-iii*,"  **'in ���'<*  received by ttie un-
dersiiriied up In nnmi ,,f Tliiiisdnv, tticlfltli ol
OrioU'i-, unit, for tin! erection auu completion
of tt two-cell luck -up nl Ferguson, 11. c.
Plans, specifications, contract antl forms of
tender may bo -'ecu on nud in'tcr the (itli
October, ll'ill, ,11 the ollircol" tho Government
Agent, Knslo ; 01 tho Mining Recorder, Trout
LnkoUity, nml ittthoLauds nnd Works Department, Viotorla, B.C.
Kncli propoBu] must bo acconipanlod by onslij
or an accepted bunk cheque or ccrtllloateol
deposit on a chartered bank of Canada/made
payable to tlio Deputv Commissioner of Lands
and Works, in tlio Bltin of ,50, which shall bu
forfeited If the party tendering decline to enter
Into contract whon called upon to do bo. The
cash, clie(|iics(ir certtllcato ol deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will bo returned to tliein upon llic (���xccuti.in nf tlie contruct. The successful tenderer will be required to furnish n bond
himself nnd two sureties ill tlie sum of "-ISi'l
each, for the duo lulfltmontof the work con-
traoteri for to tho satisfaction of tiie Hun. the
Chid Commissioner.   Upon tho execution of
tile bund, Uie cfl-.li, cheque, or certificate of
deposit above montioned will be roturned lo
tlie contractor,
Tenders will not be considered unless made
out upon tlio printed forms supplied, nml
signed wilh tho iielual signature of lho tenderer,
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
E. E. ClIll'MAX,
Government Agent, Kasln.
Lands ami Works Department,
Victoria, U. C, 1st October, 11)01."
Operations on the Beatrice are
being resumed under the supervision
ot W. Athoe.
!SE___J8_s@S2SK!S5iSHS3
Death's dark angel hovered over
town on Friday evening last, and
departing, carried to far brighter
realms ihe spirit ot one whom" we
could ill-afford to lose. Mrs. S.
Shannon passed peacefully away at
her residence, on the 30th ult.,
after n -jry brief ill.ics'i. T .
sortowing relatives the town joins
with us in extending deepest sympathy in their great bereavement.
The sad event has cast a gloom over
our burg which time alone can
efface, as the deceased lady was
almost beloved by all with whom
she came in contact. As a leader
everything tending towards
good works and noble aspirations
her benign influence will long be
felt, and her cheery smile and charitable actions will sorely be missed.
To her grief-stricken husband lhe
town offers, heartfelt condolences.
Mr. S. Shannon accompanied the
remains en route to Attwood on
Sunday morning.
mssmsssrism
Another ilch strike is reporte
The Riblet Bros., who for tiie
past five or six years have conducted the erection of aerial tramways
in the Lardeau and other outside
points, have incorporated.
The Eva tram, which was destroyed hy lire last August, is to be
rebuilt at once.
A "Service of Song" will be
given by the choir in the chapel on
Sunday evening next at 7.30, under
the direction of Mrs. R. H. Battey.
There is ample seating capacity,
and all are invited.
The business men of town report
a very active week.
Evidence is not lacking that capital is getting here with both Ieet.
Mining experts unanimously de-
clare in favor of the Lardeau.
thc   Silver   Dollar.
A  four
ilena lead is said to have been
covered.
Iu thc window of the Great
them Mines, Ltd., at  Nelson,
has tbis week  been  on  display
$1,600  gold brick  from the re
clean-up    ai   thc   Oyster-Crito
mill at Camborne.      Thc brick
the result of a two week's run.
The lead bounty commissione
hns this week received cheques
aggregating $32,000 to meet claims
for the 40 per cent amount for the
year ending June 30, 1904. The
principal recipients arc the St.
Eugene, Ymir, Paradise, Idaho,
Sunset, Sullivan, Wakefield, Arlington, Keystone, Sovereign. Triune,
Vancouver, Whitewater, Whitewater Deep, Wilcox and Wonderful.
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given Hint tlio METROPOLITAN GOLD ANIl'Sll.V'Ell MINING
COMPANY OF LAItlJKAi: IU'.. LIMITED, intends to apply to the Assistant Commissioner
of Lands ami Works, under provisions of
Chapter 118, known as the Land Act, for permission to purchase tile following described
unreserved, unaurvoyed and unoccupied Crowii
lands.
Commencing at a post on Silvor Cup Mountain siltuited about UUO ieet Irom Triune Creek.
and near the lower terminal of tlie liallidie
Tramline built to tin: Triune Mine in 1902.
snid post boing marked as "The Metropolitan
Gold nnd silver Mining Companv of Lardeau.
Jl.C. 1.1 tnitoil's tl.tv. Corner I'nsi," thence enst.-in
chains on to Triune Mountain, thenco north
nhitig Triune Mountain mo chains, thence
west 40 chains, thonco snlilli leu chains to tbe
poln of coiiniienceiiieu!, tlio same containing
���Ll-j(;t 400 bci'l'S. Said land wns smked for llic
above hatted purpose un llic-.'ill-d day of .lulv,
HUM, af'o'clo*"., p.m.
Tho Metropolitan Clold and Silvor
Mining Uompauv of l.aiiljnii.
B.C.Limited.
Uy RICHARD 1I.1IATTEV.
President fttui Maniigini- I)!rJc,"r,
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TAILORING
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1        U'JJLlUllfU
Trout Lake Branch���A   General   Banking  Business   Transacted.
��� Capital Authorized, ,.4,000,000 iiejo OFWCE*
Capital (pata up)-_  woo,       .   lovom> 0nmio.
Br&nchus in the Northwest Territories, provinces .of British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario antl Quebec.
T. K. MEllIUTT, President. D/K.'WILKIl'',, Vlce-Pi'OS.'and Go.  Man.
E. HAY, Assistant Geti. Manager. '��� W. MOFFAT, Chief Int., lotor,
Savings Dopartmout���Deposits received and Interest tillowod.
Ilriifls.-: .1,1 available lu All parts ot Canada,
United Mutes and Europe, , ���   ..... TH,-F
Shcclnl attention given to collections and c' "'   ���"-,,"..
Mining lloiffli; MBIlii)*.*.
Smith <& Co.
45 Elcury St,
* Montreal
Will bo represented in
Ferguson threo or four
days each month. Any
orders for clothing will
receive closo attention
and we
GUARANTEE   A    FIT,
Our representative
S. A, Scott la a
practical tailor and
will mako clothes
fit. Hold your
order* for him.
Bates of MAirt
NOTICE OF SEIZURE AND SALT..
ATOTTCE is hereby given that under
-L i and by virtue of a warrant ol
execution issued out of tho
County Court of Kootenay, holden at
Trout Lake in an action wherein
McKinnon & Sutherland aro plaintiffs
and Frank Barber is defendant, nnd to
mo directed against the goods and
chattels of the said defendant, I have
seized and taken Into execution the
following described goods and chattels,
namely :���
���i can matches        !! gls. cream ptohis
1 Accordion -10 fruit dishes
1 feather Duster 2 trays and brushes
1 brace and bit 12 silver knives &
1 quart measure forks
-1 trays       ' 35 teaspoons
1 icepick 115 table spoon-t
���1 sparklets .1 dinner bell
34 boxes sparklet   1 oak sideboard
bulbs 2fi bedspreads
12 14-o/. beer mugs 35 pair blankets
25 small    "       "   8 single bedsteads
9 large     t;      (i      and springs
IS whiskey glasses 8 single mattresses
1 shaker 17 floor mats
1 granite bucket     10 carpets
H bot. Marasquine 12 washstands
1     "   Tomato B   11 toilet sets
1     "   Orange Bt3 14 double beds and
1     "   Cherry bdy    springs
1     "   Benedict-no 14 double mattrcs'
0 Hquer bottles      1 sideboard
1 glass water ptchr 1 dustpan & broom
1   bot.   Creme do 1 lounge
Month o
2 salt cellars
0 decanters
1 dec. Tom gin
I.   ���'   sherry
1 dice box and dice
Hi) towels
2 wash basins
Ospitoons 2 mirror?.
1 Famous   Magnet
hot-air furnace A
fittings
I box fluidkbeef 7 cords wood
500 poker checks 2 soap dishes
II wine glasses 16 pictures
1 strainer -If brooms
17 bot Angostura 07 sheets
1 Sin. wrench 5.0 pillow eases-
1 rasp .'J aprons
'^combination till 3$ chair?
['bar spook' Ol/laeeey.rlfui.::*
1 back bar tinrrbr le ourtai'fi fobs
0 lamps and brack- 44 pillows
cts complete 2.1 bedspreads
12 barroom chairs 1 bureau
1 screwdriver 8 tables
1 2in. chisel 29 blinds
5-i.dinner plates 4bo_..l Bull bitter
92 vegetable dishes 2   " white wheat
42 saucers 2   " Cralgs
26 teacups Kl " Blackberry B
1!) bread plates ?'   " Ouin. stout.
25 cans spices, etc. 212 " aerated water
1 box macaroni 21 lamps
10 lb. crackers '.\ gal. sherry
25 lb. oatmeal 5   ''   brandy
5 lb. lard 30 "   Tom gin.
1 large range and 15 "   ryo
cooking outfit 18 "   Scotch
1. OG-gal water-tank I 81b. hammer
nod fixtures 1 gallon measure
2 alarm clocks
fi flat irons
In lb. coffee
12 tablecloths
25 napkins
I ironing board
1 coffoemill
2 complete silver
table sets
���.������*.-';rv V ���
mi
IS   THK
f>N    ..AUK!,   ol
United Hatters
MTth Atnortcn.
ii you ..:���_> buv-
ii  PUIt   HAT,
���r difl
stiff,
lins tint nny runt '-i nn\e "
labolainrotftiFstorcHBtoti"!
liHt.'ii to aiiyoxi'l"'-"'.'"'��� "
has no labol, Tlio i.eiiul.
perforated on tho four mi-si*
as a postnf-.p stfttnp�� Con)
timet, perforated on ti..*���'*'
Boraetimnuonly on two, K"
for tliu eouutorfolts, V\\,n
tutors are using llieie In ����i
tlieir Baab-mado hats,' 'iy
00.tl tMiUAflelpldn, 1'h.,1m:
JOHN A. MOi-Vi
john finrtJiTra
11 Waveily Plwn. Ift'im
it
i- hlno I'N ! ON'
p��joliS8'uvod iii it.
i h rettiPer), has
i -,��� laliot-s in lils
.��� '-tisiitn am) of-
im to pat ono In a
ai for you, <1�� imt
atnmlso lilsn, lie
.t*..' lah da. I-OO80
[iiiterfoita, Do not
n i.i why the hat
,1' Union l.niici i��
.. axaetly the -samo
I'orfelli. ara bo tno-
o( the -ftl'.'Os, nml
cpa sharp lookout
Inulplo-d manufap-
piler to get ritt oi
- John n. atotson
im-uuion concern,
IT.Presftloiit,
Orange, N.J.
.Seorbtary,
1,1, .N-Jw York City.
LocuiH With a t'liyitrouk.
16 pays to uso the telophono.   A trip
can often be saved to Trout Luke, Bea
ton, Arrowhead or Comaplix by using 1
tbe 'phono.   OiHee in Cannulas ��!i Co.'y |
store,        [
Smokers : 'IT fow want thc genuine    "Union"   and     "Our   Special'
OIGAR see that. "Union Cigar Factory
iBBtainpod In gilt !������" ���'���- on every box.
���It. A.'Brov.-n,lI- \  Istok.f.
1 wringer
3 mops
1 bucket
1 wash board
1 wash tub
I .Vgal. oil tank
���t tons ice
ii boxes cigars
1 step ladder
7 glass sugar basns;"i2 electric lights
4 glass -syrup jugs and fixtures
ti ghlHS butter dshs 112 box cigars
Also about 150 yards Linoleum.
And 1 givo notice that I will offer
tlio said goods and chattels for sale by
Public Auction at tin* King's Hotel
building in the town of I'Vrgii.-.oti, B.C.,
on Wednesday, tlie28th daj of September, A.D. 1004, ai the hourof eleven
o'clock in the forenoon.
Dated this 20th day of September,
A.i... 1904.
Thia Sale hns beon postponed to
Wednesday, Oot. 12, al tlio same
hour.
GEO. M. vriu..
Deputy Hberlfl of North Kootenay for
Trout 1 ake, B. C.
^LS^^.'.rit:. fe__S^-_rfl_._rtZ-_rf2j5tjfe S&U
J Tonsorial
i Parlors..
��        MAIN STREET,
^ FERGUSON, 15. C.
���j Shaving.      Shampooing,
.1        HalrdreBBlng,      Singeing.
* Dyoingr,      Eaths, hot and
���8        cold wator.
L'     I linvo tlio hot nppolnt.d sin>)> fn iho
*:*   l.nlik-iiu.   Ol'L-u from *�� a. m. to *j p. in.
| ART.  DESJORDY.
tj
yft'ty *vr75r,vs 'v5 -v- *v* *v* *v5 Hr/pr v
..BeaaKiacwssessHEB
Are You
A Union!
.   Man
The
Union Cigar Factory
MaiVufactures only Union goods, and be-'
sides, thoy aro the be.-t rm the market.
Tliey are made ofthe best Havana tobacco,
and 'tlieir excellence is undisputed. Iu.lst
on getting
"OUR SPECIAL" & "THE UNION"
H. A. BROWN     -     Proprietor
Union Cigar Faotory, SBVELSTOKB, B.C.
cawaaomwvmK _��� y?zj4v.amvw.
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a BRITISH   COLUMBIA  ILLUSTRATED
'if-* i CONTAINING loll VIKWS
jja Illustrating tho Boundless Resource's of The Richest Province In
Vj the British Empire.   Its coal, oil and timber; Its fisheries on sea,
<ffl hike anil river; Its mineral and agrlciiltu*'al resources ; Its cities
SS nml towns; its river, lake and mountain scenery, especially illus-
>-i tt'ittlng ltsgreat mini ng development, with views of allthe principal
is mines, mills, smelters, etc.   Sent Post-Free on receipt ot price,
a fl anil$1.SO.   Address.* JAMES LAWLER, Rossland, B.C.,
>V The largest advertiser in and lor British Columbia.
BEST BUY IN B.C..  CANADA.
AT IS CENTS.
GREATEST GOLD DISCOVERY OF THE AGE IS IN B. C.
The Big Four
Coi.wlltlatcd Gold Mines, Limited.
Capital $625,0Ot>*. ,<ft which 95 per cent Id shares Is now In
out- Treasur.     Shares fully paid arid non-assessable.
Mines directly west ol c Loltoi and
LeiKoi No. ii, Wnr KiwIh urnl L'entrfeStnr,
fourtif ih�� targest flold-vuppcr mines in
tin. world, nil "i whieh huvo pnltl largo
���liviiU'iids. t
MB^Pnmo'identk'Rl ore and veins now
in .sight on tlio BIO FOUtt, Large oru
bodies
Assays from ?5 to -F800 in gold, copper,
sllvcri ele. Verv rich disj.lay ns nnw on
exhibition in the city ore exhibit,
vniist:iff wido uomwent-.
We Ituve nearly two miles ol railway
en Mu rout property with wfftOr and
limber in ubiiudunee.
Hnsslmid "ru shipments fnr 1002,
".'������u.tMiO tons, .Shipped for IDOtl: about
���uiU'tm tuns. Total value of Itoaslond
ores mliied, 127,000,000.
PLKASK
NOT)-.
i'i:ici:,Ht
15 CENTS ftp Stoe
fou onk month;
Itosslaud large ore hnille* nre -,.
great success with ihe pouci. titration
sysk'iii nt ore redhution. f&ou oro
nnw ptij'8 to mine as now proved by
the latest reporta and dividends.
No less limn loo Blurcn sold.
Shares can be had nn initAlment
plan, payments monthly, Twen y
per cflnt cash, balance within a year.
Company lias no debts or liabilities,
nnd a mil force of mon now working, etc,
���References. ��� The Hon. Mayor,
(.old Commissioner, postmaster, or
any bunk or business mnti lu oity,
There Is a tide in tlie affairs of men
Which taken at tlie flood lends on
tn fortune;
Omitted, nil the voyage nf their lifo
Is    bound    in    (.hallows aud   in
miseries.
A ny amount less than f 100 send by
postolllco or express money order:
over this amount, by ban til mit to
Secretary,
111 g Four Consolidate.. Hold
-IIIllCH, Ltd.. KoHSlllIUl, It V.
On im ilit.
Order Blanks andounnoi
shtiwingBll KohMruiI Miu
���eomprehctiBivo and complete Illtistrafed pros|irrtn.��
i nftd giving valuable Information, with Maps and m-
n-s.suiic only to investors or those desiring to invest.
���$mm$mm.
Bay
I nth     ,n Ferguson, t'ie Pay-Roll
LsULS      Centre of the Rich Lardeau.
FBROUSON
Is the HUB
Ofthe
District.
V
SOUTH of Ferguson lie the
phenominally rich
FREE MILLING OOLD
camps   of  Poplar  and
Rapid creeks, and
NORTH, of Ferguson lies Fish
./oreek, where free mill-
gold ore abounds.
t
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Busine&s Lots $150 up.
Residence Lots $75 up.
...4........
For Further Information Apply to
HENRY FLOYD,
General Agent,
-Revelstoke, B. G
DISTRICT MANAGER WANTED,
PERMANENT POSITION ;  rapid
4-      advancement;   salary  and   i
penses; full Instructions free of
charge : clean, desirable business
Tbe J. L. NICHOLS CO., LIMITED,
TOJ.-IQNTO.
Mention this paper.]
Trout Lake City Hotel
When you
are at the
Lake, call
on .lack Simpson. A smiling face and
good liquors, wines, etc. ure found behind the bur.   Tho Kagle is taken here
Time Table.
3. S. ARCHER OR S.S. LARDEAU
Running between Arrowhead, Beaton and Comaplix, commencing October 14th, 1003, will sail as follows,
weather permitting.
Leaving Arrowhead for Beaton and
Comaplix, twice daily���10k and ok.
Leaving Benton and Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twice dally���7:15k and
12;45k. Making close connections
with all C. P. 11. Steamers and trains,
Tho owners reserve the right to
liango times of sailings without
notice.
Tho Empire Lumber Company., Ltd
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l S.   SHANNON,   B.A. I
L FBROUSON, U.C. I
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Winter Qoods.
Mr. S. A. Sutherland has returned
from the East with a magnificent
array of Winter Goods. We can
now show you some of the nobbiest
things in Winter Suits you ever saw.
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The U.C. ASSAY & CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO. lw.
VAKCOUV-UIti B. C.
Hcnil��itiHrtcr��{or Atmiiyern, Mining
-Ir Mill Nitmtlli'n. Hole n(tents hi JJ.
i*. f<>r Morunii Crticiblu Co., ttutteivca.
Knjrl'UMl; K. W. liraiin ifc Uo.'a Patent
t'ui v Fumu��oi>1n��riiorn,ete.j VVni.Alna*
worth A Co.'* Fine U'alancuB et.:., otu.
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f PROFESSIONAL j \
j | CARDS. j j
I
O   ����� N. WILKIE,
J   K-^m P. L. S.
Provincial
Land
Surveyor
Ferguson and Trout Lake.
Surveys mado and Crown Grants
Obtained.
Office:     -      ���     Trout Lake.
���fTT-ILUAM A. BADER,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS.
Surveys ot Mlnci, Mineral Olnlmi ��nit
Crown Land.. Cruvvn iirniits Obtained nml ABwwmcnU Man.f-.ed
lor Absentees.
Olllees:   Camborne and Vancouvor
yfM. E. DEVEREUX,
p. i.. s.,
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CIVIL and !
MINING i
ENGINEEB.       ���
B. J. CUMMINS
Perucsox, B. C.
Groceries, Provisions, etc.
Fresh Fruits in Season.
.Smokers' supplies.
Canned goods.
i
Geo. B. Batho  S��
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Manager Alexandria Hall, P.O. Block, Ferguson
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3  LIVERY AND CARTAG��. %
1 ALEX. CKAWKORD, Propr. L
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t
Has Stables at Ferguson, Trout Lake and Beaton,
Where ho keeps light, and heavy vehicles, single and
double drivers, saddle and pack horses for hire.
Also proprietor of the siago. route running between
the above points, making throe trips weekly.
--.    '..   .     dJLW&XstiiQlSl QUARAMTBED 	
fl^^^^^^^^^^W^
Olllco,
Ilciiton, II. 0
Tl AKVEY.McCARTEK i PINKHAM,
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Ofllces: Kevelstoke,Golden.ami Ferguson. Solicitors tor Imporial Hank
of Canada
Geo. S. McCarter. J. A. Harvey.
A. SI. Pinkham.
TJUED C. ELH.OTT,
Barrister,  Notary Tublic etc.
TROUT LAKE CITY B. 0��� AND
FERGUSON,  B.  C.
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When you reach Trout Lake City put
up at the Queens. Good accommodation
.. Best ot service .. Choicest wines,
liquors and cigars..Fire proof safe..
Abrahamson Brothers, Proprietors.
Packing and FergusoanndPacking
i^'l?*��i____,nlj_Ln____* Transfer Outfit.
Contracts ontored into for packing of Mining Supplies,
etc., to any point in the district. ���
Good, prompt service, and any work undertaken guaranteed satisfactory.
Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C.     S. Daney,Prop.
When Visiting
Ferguson &
f
The best place,
to stay is the
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The reputation achieved
by the Lardeau Hotel is
a guarantee to visitors to
the Payroll Centre of absolute comfort. A home _,
from home. Ferguson's j
famous house of call. x
f       ���
I SANDY LAUGHTON. Prop.

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