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VOL. [II. NO. 21.
FERGUSON. BRITISH COLUMBIA, JULY 4, 1902.
$2.00 A YEAR.
Rev. 0. B. Nylon Visits the Property Friday.
MUCH PLEASED WITH SHOWING
He Pound it a Better Property Than
He Expected���Thinks it Will
Make a Big: Mine.
An Eaglo representative had an
interesting chat on Friday last with
Rev. C. E. Nylcn, manngor 0/ the
Laborers Co-operative Mining Association of Sycamous. Mr. Nylen had
been to tho Triune the previous day to
examine the mino in his own interest
and for others who like himself havo
stock in tho Metropolitan Gold and Sil
ver Mining Co. Mr. Nylen told tho
Eaglo man that he was astonished at
tho magnitude of the ore bodies on the
Triune. lie expeot'ed to seo a good
thing, but was agreeably surprised to
find that the property had not boen exaggerated and lie thinks the company
did a great stroke of business when
they purchased the Triune at lhe figure
paid. Mr. Nylen has also other interests in tho Lardeau and altogether he
has an abounding faith in this section.
On the following day he was to go to
Fulmers to investigate the B. C. claim
four miles distant. This elaim has a
good showing and was purchased by
his company last fall. Ho will immediately put men to work to dovolop tho
proporty.
Mr. Nylon's company havo mining
property near Golden where they ox-
pect to erect a Vulcan smelter like the
ono In Ferguson. Twenty lots were recently purchased for this purposo. The
company havo in all twenty-two claims
and thore is over $30,000 in tho troas
ury <to bo spent in development this
season. All tho stock parted with by
tho company was sold in tho U. S.
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All
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Canada Has a Cripple Creel io tlie Lardeau District.  Tlie Leading Newspapers Recognize
of tiie Remarkably Rich Free Gold Ledges of tlie Fish Creek Division of tie
" Lardeau. There Is No Boom but a Healthy Condition Exists.
Thu May Boo.
Tho Eaglo man mot Mr, Jno Parisian
foreman of tho May Bee Thursday
week as ho was returning from Trout
Lake to tho mino. Asked as to what
was boing dono on the May JJoo. Mr.
Parisian said that ho and his men had
been for the past fortnight retimbering
anil enlarging tho main or No. 1 tunnel aim that this was about completed.
Inside of a week Mr. Parisian will materially Increase his force and run an
oxtra shift. Tho work how laid out
includes un upraise of 150 feet to tho
sut'fa.u from the face of tho !I00 foot
tunnel. This will serve two purposes,
the main ono will bo to insure plenty
of good air for tho long crosscut that
will be run from tho face of the 300 foot
tunnel. Just before work was discontinued in tho tunnel, to prepare for
starting tho raise, throe inches of solid
grey copper was encountered. This
appears to be continuous and it also
provos th.'.t the May Bee has as rich
ore as any mine in the distriot, tho
lead referred to having given returns
of about 4,000 ounces in silvor.
The Winnipeg Free Press ot Juno
28th contains a big write up of tho
freo gold discoveries in tho Lardeau.
The Eaglo has not space for the wholo
article, but tho following extracts will
givo some idea of the excitement our
high grado gold properties aro creating
in the outsido world:
"News has boen received of tho
discovery of what is practically a
mountain of very rich froo milling
gold oro in tho Fish River (Lardeau)
district of British Columbia. Fish
River is situated north of tho Slocan
district, and is reached by leaving thc
main line uf the C. P. R. at Revelstoke,
thonce by train and boat to Thomson's
Landing, at tlio head of Arrow lakes,
from which pointthoro runs a five mile
wagon road to the town of Camborne,
whieh is situated at the foot of the
mountain In question���Mt. Lexington.
Tho distance from Rovelstoke is about
forty miles. A gentleman who has recently returned from a visit to tho Lardeau gives tho Froo Press tho following particulars about tho now camp,
whicli promises to becomo another
Cripple Creek.
'Strange to say the discovery that
gold existed on this mountain in vory
largo quantities, was mado somo con
siderablo time ago, but tho man who
made the discovery did not do any advertising, and both the discovery itself, ai.d tho fact that tho outsido
world remained so long in ignorance
were pure accidents.
"Tho first claim located on the hill
wero staked as silver-lead propositions,
and the men working them woro blissfully throwing over tho dump hundreds
of tons of quartz containing phenomenal values in freo gold.
"One day thero camo along a person
who knew gold when ho saw it. Ho
picked up a piece of quartz and broke
It In two. To his astonishment, the
pieces were held together by what ho
found to be
stnmlt. of I'urt, Gold.
A closer examination of tho dump and
tho big ledgo upon which the tender-
foot prospectors wore working, disclosed the.sensational fact that the oro
was worth, soveral hundred dollars por
ton.
Alotiil Quotation..
Silver���521.
Lead���-.11, os.
Copper���Stoady,
"Since that time the whole mountain
has been staked, in faot the claims aro
so numerous, and tho zeal of the prospectors so keen that several survoys
whieh havo been made show that a
great many claims whieh wero supposed
to bo full sized, that is 1,500 foet square,
or about 52 acres, are only fractions.
The mountain has been proved to be a
veritable net-work of big quartz veins,
carrying high values in freo gold.
"The original group of claims is
known as tho "Eva." It is owned by a
syndicate of Nelson business men.
Tho company is known as tho Imperial
Development Syndicate, with a capital
of $200,000 in shares 0/ $1,000 eneh, It
is impossible to buy any nf these shares
at.anything less than their par value,
and tho majority of them arc held at a
considerably higher figure. It is on
the Eva group that the most of the
work'has been done, and it. has boon
proved conclusively that the phenomenal valuos existing on the-surface not
only continue, but improve with depth:
At tho 400 foot lovel on the "Highland
Mary," ono of tho claims of Uhe Eva
group, oro has been encountered averaging from $15 to $40 in gold.
A Orfat S!iu*vli!!*\
"Individual samples from this aud
tho various othor groups on the mountain aro somo of tho richest ever discovered in British Columbia, assaying
mnuy thousand dollars to tho ton.
Some of the specimens actually contain more gold than quartz. Tlie following are some of llic assays whioh
have recently been mado from samples
of quartz from thc ledges on Lexington
mountain:
"Average shipped across 20 feet of
quartz ledge, $18 gold por ton.
"Average from bottom of a 01) foot
shaft, $21,00 gold per ton.
"Avorago of IS feel of ledge, $2:i.S0
gold per ton,
"Average 4 feot on hanging wall of
lodge, $04,00 gold per too.
"Average of two feet, voin of galena
and iron, gold $23.30, silver 25.2 ounces,
load 27 per cent.
"Average from 400-foot lovel, $15 to
$40.
"Solectod sample, $478.20 gold per
ton,
"Selected sample, $2,801.40 cold per
ton.
"Soloctcd sample, $1,247.00 gold pet-
ton.
AY
AT THE LAKE
A Large Crowd Went Down From
Ferguson.
"Selected sample, $3,104.00 gold por
ton,
��� "Avorago sample from vein of quartz
threo and a half feet wido, $44.00.
('Average sample from dump of four
to live hundred tons, $28.10.
"Although tho Eva was the first to
be discovered and worked to any extent, there are several other groups of
claims on the mountain, some of whieh
excel the Eva not only iu gold values,
but in strong well defined ledges. Two
of the principal ones are the Oyster
and Rossland. These groups contain
seven or oight claims, and arc owned
by J. J. Young, of Calgary, and his
partner, W. B. Pool, an old-time Lardoau raining man.
Another rich group of claims on the
mountain is the Lucky Jack, owned by
fivo prospectors who have already refused offers of seventy-live to a hundred
thousand dollars, and are going along
quietly working it themselves.
"Oo the opposite side of the river a
group known as the Camborne is being
vigorously developed by an American
company, who have recently installed
an electrical plant which is operated
by water power from Fish river. It is
being used at present for operating
power drills and iu tho near future will
furnish tlie power for a largo stamp
mill which tho company has decided to
instal.
"An American miner who visited the
camp last week, expressed great astonishment ut the comparatively slow progress which had been mada in connection with developing the properties on
Lexington mountain. Ho said if this
mountain was located in any ono of the
western states there would bo 10,000
people on the spot iu less than a month.
Americans are already Hocking in, and
it is likely that before many days, tho
best properties in tho district will bo
grabbed up by American capital. All
who havo visited tho eamp, and seen
the tremendous showings, agree that
Fish River will in tho very near future
prove itself a second Cripple Creek.
There aro alroady many hundreds of
thousands of dollars of rich freo milling gold oro in sight, and conservative
mining men express tho opinion that
the free milling gold properties at Lex*
ington mountain aro capable of pro*
ducing millions of dollars' worth ot
wealth.
Kaalo People Could Not Come on
Account of R. Y. Accident���Aggregation From Revelstoke.
I'.';; L.ail From Trull.
A consignment of pig lead was mado
to Winnipeg by tho Trail smeltor, and
shipments of pig lead will bo continued
regularly to Eastern Canada. This Is
the lirst pig lead which has beon produced on a commercial sealo by electricity, aud it is bolieved this proeoss,
in which electricity is usod in placo of
llro, will as completely roplaco tho old
flro methods in lead refining as has
beon tho case In coppor refining. The
success of this plant insures tho construction of a largo refinery by tho
Trail people, and It is understood that
plans aro being prepared for a plant
whioh will turn out 50 or UO tons of pig
l.ad anlly.-Colonlst,
SrlMtul Trustors Bleated.
A representative meeting of citizens
was hold Saturday night in Eagle hall
to elect a board of threo trustees for
tho Forguson public school. We aro
glad to seo so much intorost manifested
by tho citizens generally in school matters, it shows that they aro fully alive
to the fact that the boys and girls of
to-day will havo to boar tho bunion
and responsibility of the country a fow
years henco. Mr. Jno. Sutherland was
elected chairman and Mr, Arthur Gunn
secretary of tho mooting. The chairman then called for nominations nnd
the following were nominated:  Sam
Sutherland, Batho, Smith, McKinnon,
Kirkpatrick, Shannon and Woodward.
Ballots wero distributed and voting
took placo. Messrs. .McKinnon and
Shannon wero elected, to act as scrutineers and on counting tho" ballots Mr.
Kirkpatrick was found to havo scored
the highest number, Mr. Shannon being second and Messrs. McKinnon and
Woodward woro a tie. Tho chairman
was therefore called upon to exorcise
his prerogative as provided in tho
school ordinance and give tho casting
vote. HBtherefore rosiS and in a neat
littlo speech told why in his opinion
Woodward should bo elected. ��� He
therefore had pleasure*in giving-the
casting voto to tho Eagle man,
There was a big crowd turned up
from outsido points to witness the
sports at Trout Lako on Tuesday, Dominion Day. and it was therefore to be
regretted that the weather turned on;
0 badly and many events had to bo
dropped entirely. However thero was
some very good sport even if the interval between events was often tedious,
In tho forouoon there was a rifle
match on the gnu olllb grounds, There
were a number of competitors and poor
marksmanship resulted,
Then thero wero two rowing events
on tho tapis, but after tho single race
was pulled off, rain commenced to fall
heavily and continued at intervals all
afternoon. The double towing event
came oil during tho afternoon and ae
exciting pony race was run. About
2 p. m. most of the people found aheltor
from the rain in tho hotels where various forms of entertainment was provided and in tho new Odd Fellows' hall
whore dancing was in progress.
About 4 p. m. two big loads of people camo lu from Kevelstoke, including the football team und tt 7 p. m. a
football match was started between
tho Revelstoke and Trout Lake toam"
The match was a good one, though tho
grounds wore in a bad state, and the
teams wero found to be very evenly
matched, Trout Lake sucoecdod in having one goal to the good ut tiie Jiui.-i'
und thus won the game, The Lake
team showed a friendly spirit in handing over to tho visitors the prize
money besides contributing to tlie
teams' exponses.
A grand ball was held al night in tho
hall us a benefit to tho new hospital
A large  crowd  attonded and  a goo.,
dance was thc result.
Tho balance of the sports wore post
pencil till next day and tho party who
promised to furnish a report to thu
Eagle somehow failed to have it roach
us In timo. Tho Revelstoke brass
blind was in nttondancc. and discourse,!
sweot music during tho day and moni-
bersofthe baud furnished music foi*
the danco at night.
The Tune Was Ohangett.
Tho Revelstoko Football club enlivened thoir trip in on the stage to
Trout Lako by shouting the following
hoino-mado yell:
BEFORE THE SAME.
"Who are we?
We aro tho
R. F. C.
Will wo win?
Yes, you hot;
Wo have never
Lost agamoyet."
Outward bound.
AFTER THE UAME.
"Did wo win?
No! you bet,
We have never
Won it game y��t, Lardeau Eagle
VdUished .rery  Friday at Ferguson, B. C,
by
E. G. WOODWARD,
to whom all correspondence should be mailed*
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which Can furnish the typographical union
Uhel In North Kootonay; a guarantee in ltsell
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month's advertising,
FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1902.
That Sidewalk.
The Eagle has screeched .or a
sidewalk on the Main street between the Pool block and Mrs;
O'Connor's hotel for three months,
but in the last few issues we have
thought it better to allow the mat*
ter to rest, in the hope that some*
thing might be done, but it seems
this plan will not bring the walk,
������'erguson is very poorly provided in
.sidewalks and none have been built
this year. We have been fortunate
in having very little mud so far, but
if the rain continues the streets will
soon be in a bad condition. It is
estimated that the walk in question
would cost in the neighborhood of
$���50 add of this the townsite people generously offer to contribute a
hall. Thit will leave but $125 for
the citizens to provide for, and a
good portion of this has been prom*
ised. We would suggest therefore
that a meeting of citizens be held
at once in order that their views
may be known and something done
in the way of appointing a com
mittee to take the matter in hand
and solicit subscriptions.
The newly elected board of trus
tees of the Ferguson public school
met in the Eagle office last night.
Mr. S. Shannon was elected secretary-treasurer for the ensuing year,
and was instructed to advertise for
a lady teacher in the Daily Province newspaper of Vancouver. The
matter of a school building was discussed for some time and it was
found that there is no suitable building available for school purposes
and the only way to provide for a
school after termination of holidays
was to build a small temporary
building on the school grounds. No
motion was put in this matter, but
it was decided to see what the feeling was among the town people and
what amount could be raised by
subscription. It is very important
that provision should be made to
supply Ferguson with ample school
accommodation, lor if this is not
done there are advanced pupils in
town who would have to go out to
attend school. This would do the
town injury and steps should be
taken to avoid it. There is also no
doubt that parties would bring their
iamilies in if the town had a good
school. So we think it is to the
interest of every man who makes
Ferguson his headquarters to contribute to the school building fund,
for the larger the amount subscribed
the better the building .will be and
3 greater amount of good will accrue to the (own.
In another column will be found
>n article on the recent conilgnment
of pig lead by the Trail smelter to
Winnipeg. The announcement that
regular shipments will be made in
future will be gratifying news to B.
C. mining men. This represents a
stage of advancement for lead mining and is what was being worked
to have brought about for years.
When so much lead was being used
yearly it seemed strange that our
own product could not be reduced
to a commercial condition within
the province. /The new process of
electrical treatment promises to encourage the building of large refinery plants at different points
throughout the province. There is
to be one at Trail, another at Marys-
ville and we believe one would prove
a good investment in Ferguson,
since it would work well in connection with the smelter. ������
International"
* Correspondence
Schools, "f8^0"'
HINKRS'  ATTENTIOH-A com-
Jdet. blowpipe outfit and* reference
Ibrary free to those taking a coarse
la M.tel Mining. Sand "lor free
circular.    Address Represents.t.
W. g'-'MeDOVOAM-j;'.
'.. Nelson, B. V.
FEHGUSON
MEAT MARKET
REMODELED   THRUOUT
A
MOST complete cold storage
room just United whei-o
meats* will be kept in a semi-
frozen statu and always (real).
Now one of the best appointed shops In the interior of B.
C. Have secured the services of a thoroughly competent butcher of IS years' experience
One toot east Hotel Lardeau
IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA
HEAD OFFICE, TOKONTO,
0. K. Wilkie, General Manager.
����� B.C./SSAY& CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO. ut.
Vancouver, a. o,
Headquarters for Assayer., Mining
-turn Supplies. Sole atenf. In S.
c. for Morgan Crucible Co., Battersee,
England; r. W. Braun A Co.'s Patent
Cary Furnaces, Burners, etc.; Wa. Alnsworth & Co.'. Fine Balances, etc., etc.
Capital [Paid-up) $3,300,000
Rest   ���   -   ���   ��� $2,125,000
Branches In Ontario. Quebec, Manitoba, N. W,
T. and British Columbia,
AOKNTS AMD CORRESPONDENTS.
Oreat Brltaln-Lloyds Bank, Limited
United States-New York, lank of Montreal.
.   "       "   ��� Chicago, First National Bank.
'   "        '���    ���San Francisco, Weil. Fargo
a Co's Bank,
"        "    -8t. Paul, Second Nat'l Bank,
"        "    -Minneapolis. First Nat'l Bank
."       "    -Seattle, Seattle National Bank
BRANCHES IN B. C.
Vancourer A. Juke., Manager,
Revelstoke, A. K. Phipps,       "
Nelson,. - -   J, M. Lay,      "
Ooldeh;  ....*...  j, s. Ulbb,      "
Fergdson w. Macdonald,      "
1, SAVINGS BAXK DEPARTMENT.
-Interest allowed nt current rates,
A Kfjieral banking business transacted.
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Perguson Hotel
MCDONELL & EDSON.
Proprietors.
FERGUSON, B. C.
iwfif>n^^^r^^ri
PRIVATE DINING ROOMS FOR
LADIES.
HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL AND MINING MEN.
.THEI
BALMORAL HOTEL
ANDY CUMMINGS, Proprietor.
CAFE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT.
SAMPLE ROOM8 IN CONNECTION
Ferguson, B. Q., Opposite the Postoffice.
BEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGAR8. HKKT CUISINE 8ERVICE.
FINELY EQUIPPED BAR. REFITTED AND REFURNISHED.
BEST ��2.00 A DAY HOUSE
IN THE LARDEAU DISTRICT.
Hotel Lardeau
J. Laughton, Proprietor.
FERGUSON, B. C.
HEADQUARTERS FOR MINERS
AND MINING MEN	
NEATLY FURNISHED,
WELL LIGHTED AND HEATED ROOMS.
CONVENIENTLY   W
SITUATED ON VICTORIA AVE.
f-$^^-^^^-i^-^$4^*!^HH^^l|HSHSH^'
When coming Into Ferguson the first hotel to
see Is the Windsor. If one is looking for the
best accommodation, 1. e. Clean, well tended
rooms, a well furnished table and choice liquors and cigars, then the Windsor Is the best
place to stop, Beading rooms and parlors
nicely furnished.   Everything quiet.
Madame O'Connor, Proprietress.
a
A Golden
Opportunity
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,--_,-,.   *. .
For a safe, profitable investment there
is nothing in the Kootenays to equal lots
in the town of
FERGUSON
THE RAILWAY
IS COMPLETED
And trains are now running
to the foot of Trout lake.
MINE
DEVELOPMENT
Is being pushed as never
before and the outlook for
the season is most promising.
Buy a few lots before the
rush sets in for they are
bound to be valuable before
autumn.
FERG
USON
Is the most promising town in
the Lardeau
���k
Business Lots   0 1 Bfk  and
,   are held at yrMVU   upwards.
Residential Lots   *7_r fkfk  and
are held at  * y ��� W </   upwards.
Write or call on
General Agent,
Henry Floyd.
:.  Revelstoke, B. C.      V
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Mi AID FOR FERGUSON'S HOSPITAL
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The miners and business men of
Forguson have unitod to erect a hospital here. This is an absolute necessity as tbere Is no placo in which we
can properly care for a sick man who
dont happen to have a home of his own.
There hus been about $1,500 subscribed
towards tho hospital locally and tbo
Eagle has been requested to receive
subscriptions from outside points which
will be acknowledged through tho
columns of the Eaglo eaeh week.
There is something like $1,500 moro to
raise and we hope that thoso who have
made-money In this camp will remember those who work away from the
comforts of older communities and send
along a liberal sum to help in the good
work. The hospital will be owned and
operated by the members of Lardeau
Miners' Union.-.* Address all subscriptions to the Eagle.
I.AKUEAD  OKE  aniFMENTS.
The following 1b a lUt ol Unlet*** ore producer, nmount shipped and the gross return**,
report ot whieh havo to lie furnished monthly
by mine owners to the provincial government:
Name. Pounds.      tlro-.ii Val.
Silver Cup 2,400,000 1180,000.00
Nettle I.  1,700,000 03,380,00
Triune     649,778 82,870.27
Heatrleo     442,000 82,239.39
(treat Northern     ��s,ooo 1,344.00
Broadview:      52,000 1,864.00
Ethel       .4,000 1,896.00
Cromwell  2:i,28�� 1,296.79
1 Ophir-Lade  12,00(1 1,120.00
Metropolitan  11,974 .... 726.00
Ht, Elmo  12,000.... 110.00
Ruffled (Irouso  11,770.... {07,19
Union View  m .... 63.17
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i Kcturo. and corrections aiaed (er.
WANTED.
Three good carpenters wanted at
once. Steady work (or summer to
right men aid standard wages will be
paid. DUNBAlt & ACKERT,
l$.uly Ferguson, B. C.
Notice.
Tenders will he received up to and including
tbe 10th day ol July, 1902, by thc undersigned
assignee of the estate of A, C. Cummins & Co.
of Ferguson, B. c, for tbat portion of tbe
assets of the estate consisting of:
Hardware I
Groceries    629 67
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes    199 70
Store building, lots and fixtures at Per
anion, B, c i,200 oo
More building at Ten Mile    75 00
Total ��2,2430S
Tenders may he made either In a lump or at
a rate on the dollar; the highest or any tender
not necessarily accepted.
stock sheets may be seen at the office of the
assignee at Trout Lake City.
FRED C. ELLIOTT,
Notlee taJgoll-e-iMn. Co-Owners.     I
To C. J. Smith-ind F. W. nlnadalo or to any
fcrson or persons to whom tbey may ha-/**,
ransferred their Interests In the following
mineral claims, the "Motile A" and "Copper
Key" located at Short creek, south of Pass
creek In the Trout Lake mining division, of
West Kootenay.
Take notice that we the undersigned havo
performed the work nnd recorded tho asoess-
ment on the abovo named proporttes for the
fears 1900*1901 and In order to hold your
merest In said claims undor Section 24 of the
Minerrtl Aet, and if within 90 days of tho first
publication hereof yon tall or refuse to contribute your portion of such expenditure
together with the cost of advertising, your
Interest in tbe said claims will become the
-ropcrtyof tho subscribers under section 4 of
be Mineral act of 19W.
Dated at Ferguson, B. C. litis f th day of June.
.����Md   jjti|CMAHAT,
MINERAI. ACT.
(Form*,)
CERTIFICATE) OF IMPROVEMENT
NOTICE.
(inod Luck mineral claim, situftte in tho Trout
Like Hitting DWisioii of West KootoiiMy-district. Where located: On Nettie I,, mountain, between the north- and noijtli forka of
Lardeau creek,
TAKK NOTICK-Tlmt I, A. P. Cummin* aa
agent for the Creat Western Mints, Limited,
Free Miner'* Certificate Nn. 3IM0, Intend, siity
days from the date hereof, to apply to the
Minln* Keeorder for a certificate of Improre-
aicutv, for the purpose -of obtaining it Crown
(Irnntof the aboveulaim.
And further take notice tbat action, under
gection 47, muit be commenced before tho
issuance of such certificate of improvement*,
Dated thia thirtieth day nf March A, I)., 19UX
Notlee of Asslg nment. T    .
Pursuant to the "CtedltoriTrust Deeds Act,"
and .unending Acts: -
������Notice" ia Hereby given that Alex. C. Cum*
mlns of the town of FetRUs-oii in Die I'rovinn*
of British Columbia, trading under tbe firm
name and style of Xiummjna & Co.. Ucncral
Merchantnt ha* by deed dated the llth day of
June, HKW. aaaigned all hii real and personal
eatate, except as therein mentioned, to Fred C,
Elliott of Trout Lake Cltv in tlie Province
aforeiiafd, Solicitor, IN,TRUST for the purpose
of paying and satisfying rate lily and proportionately and without preference or priority,
the creditors of the Said Alex, C. Cummins,
tbeir Just debts.
The said deed wa.-> executed by Die sstd Alex.
C. Cummins, assignor and 'YnA c. Kllunt. assignee on the llth day of Jum*. 1902.
All persons having clalnut niiniiut tlie stiid
Alex. C. Uummiu* are required (u forward particulars of their claims, duly veriiied, a- required by thc Aet, to thet>aM Trustee, on or
before the l��th day of July, l'JJW, after whicli
date tho Trustee will proceed to distribute tbe
asset!! among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to those claims of whieh he
shrill have received notice.
��� A meeting of the creditors will be held at
tbe Queens Hotel, Nelson, It. <,'., on Tuesday
the 24th day of June, 1902 at thu hourof four
o'clock in the afternoon, to consider the affairs
of the estate.
Dated this llth day of June, 1902.
FRED C. KfcLlOTT, Trustee.
Juo-eli.
April S
A..P.CPMM1N8.P. L.S.
Excursion Rates
EAST
Canadian ^
^Pacific Ky.
May 26, 30, June 29,
July a. f>''f
FROM
ROSSLAND, TRAIL, NELSON,
and Intermediate points,
TO
MINNEAPOLIS
CHICAGO
DETROIT
TORONTO     ���
MONTREAL
Dated June 30th, 1902.
Assignee.
w
ATCHMAKER
and JEWELER
A FIRST CLASS LINE OF
WATCHES
CLOCKS
AND
JEWELRY
ALL KINDS OF WATCH
AND JEWELRY REPAIRING
James V. ReeveSi
BASLE BLOCK
Ferguson, B. C.
���44.50
���     ���     ���      ���      V*M
���       -      -      -     ffTMO
���        ���        ���        119.30
���    -    -    -    iiodso
Correspond ing* reduction   from   all
Kootenay points. Usual diverse routes.
Meals and berth included on Canadian
Pacific Ry. and Lake steamers.
THROUGH BOOKINGS TO EUROPE
riaall Atlantic Lines.
Prepaid tickets from all points at lowest rates.
NOTICE!     ;:
The public are hereby notified that
no accounta will be paid for good*
supplied or debts contracted on behalf of either the Metropolitan Uold _
& Silver Mining Co. of H. C, Ltd., or
to the Lardeau Smelting & Refining
Co. of B. C, Ltd., unless authorised *
in writing by the undersigned. No
one else nae authority to purchase or
order supplies or goods of any kind.,
Ferguson, June 20,1902. ���
J. W. McCrossan, Mgr.
��� 'WWQWQMWMMMWM* i
BO YIARr
r��w-w mMm, wlttoul nam, la tie
Sclcttliffic Hmericait*
J. S. CARTER,        E. J. COYLE,
D. P. A., A. G. P. A.
Nelion. Vancouver.
J. DONOVAN, Agent, Arrowhead.
No tic*  to Crcdltora.
In the matter of the estate of Daniel Anderson, uu* of Trout Lake, British Columbia, deceased:
Notice la hereby given pursuant to tlie
"Trustees and Executor* Act," tbat all creditors and others having*'claims against the estate ol the said Daniel Anderson who died on
or about the'iHtU. day of'-JHUiiary, 1W)_!, arc required on or before the 18th day of July, 1W2,
to send un post prepaid or deliver to the under-
signed administrator of the eatate of the said
deccaaed at Trout Lake. B. C, their Christian
and surnames, addresses and description)-:, the
full particulars of their claims, tbe statement
of their accounts and the nature of their securities, if any held by them.
And further take notice that after auch last
mentioned date the undersigned will proceed
to distribute tha assets of the said deceased,
amongst the parties entitled thereto, having
regard only to the claims of which he shall
then have notice, and that he Will not lie
liable forthe asset or any part thereof, to any
person or persons Of whose claims notice shall
not liave been received' by bim at the time of
such distribution". .��
Dated the lUh day of /une, \>m.
���'���\   ANDREW ANDKRSOM.
Administrator ol tbe estate of the said deceased. ,      i- Juneia
THE  NEW AND ONLY
MAP
OFTHIS DISTRICT
Including the Fish Creek camp
anil Upper Puncn Hlver section, rmjj-
piled by A. l*.-ummlni.l',l*,8�����nd s
���-luituimi. u. A., Is now nn sale st this
oflice. Thu reaily sale ol the map Is
J-Tovlni all wc have salil for* It. The
1 rout l.a-,< division l�� llthof-raplted In
black, the Lunlciu in red,and the Alnsworth In blue. Kven a tcuderlont could
take a copy ol this map and lind any
claim recorded In the three dlvlslous.
The mountains, lakes, creeks, wagon
roads, trails, Kurvt-yed railway routes,
and the location and name (by a unique
Index) ol every mineral elaim ln the
district is shown.
Nett   to   Vlsltlag   He fiomtry   la
Person  This Map Takes'First Place,
In fact every geographical
feature Is *0*wel! defined that ope can
see at a glance the nature of our country
and tho trend ol- the claim location,
gives an intelligible idea of the mineral
belts running through the camp, it is
certainly
Notice.
Notice 1. hw.br (>*.��' l*��t alter oa. month
from th. dato hereof 1 Intend to apply to the
chief t'omminionn of Lands and Work, for
Krmlsslon to purchase 10 acre, of land In the
strict of West Kootenay, situated on the
northeast aide of Trout Lake and being what
I. known as American Point and mora rartleu-
larydescribed aa follow.: Commencing at a
post merited "Initial 1'o.t Hugh Brown'. N. W.
corner;" thence vt chains east; thence 20
chalu.sodthith.nc0 40chain, west; thence 20
chain, north to the point of commencement.
Dated at Trout Lake City this 12th day ol
June, 1902.
���lunel.' ni'GII BBOWJI.
Th.   Best   ,Wfira   For   One   Dollar
| ever offered In the map line of a mining
camp. It is the lirst complete map ol
thc distrfet and Is selling well. It Is fust
what you are looking for. WK A1.HO
HAVE A KEW MAPS MOUNTED OS
LINEN, WITH A GOOD COVER, TOR
TRAVELLERS OR PROSPECTORS,
WHICH IIELL AT |1.S0, T1IE8B ARE
THK BKiT VALUE, AS THEY WILL
LAST rOR YEARS.
. Addree. yonr order, with an
.nqloair. of a one dollar em, Ino
cheques, orders, etc.) to
Notico.
THE DOUBLE EAGLE fel.N'ti AND DEVELOPMENT CO., Limited Liability.
Notlee I. hereby given that the Annual
General meeting ol the Shareholders ol this
Company will be held el their office In Per
guson, 11, <:., on Thursday, July 10th, 1902 at 2
p.m. for the transaction ol all business connected with the Comoany; and tbe transfer
book, ot th. company will be closed Irani Juue
25th' MOIf. I
June 6 A. II. HOLDICH, Secretary.
Notlee.
THE    GREAT  WESTERN MINES
Limited Liability.
Notice Is h.reby given that the Annual
General Heating of the Shareholders In this
Company will be held at their oflice ln Ferguson, II. 0��� on Wednesday, July 9th, 1902 at 2 p.
m., fqr the transaction of all business connected with the Compan'; and the transfer books
of the Company will be closed from June 26th,
Jiy if) A, II. HOLDICH, Secretary.
L**^*^/r-f^^**-^^f/-fp-^/r^r^^__asl^_|f-4^___s^_t___-|^_|__^^
-UNDM NSW HAXAGMttNT-
THE
Prospectors* Exchange
ARTHUR CVANS, Proprietor.
THOMSON'S LANDING, B. C.
TABLES BUPPLIED WITH THE
t-oIIEST IN THE MARKST--*-*
-���THE CHOICEST OF WINES,*
<*-�� LIQUORS AND CIGARS ������
w^w^^>r>*r*-r>r>n-rw
When you reach Trout Lake City put
up the Queen*. .Good accommodation
.. Best of service .. Choicest wines,
liquors and cigars..Fire proof safe..
Abrahamson Brothers, Proprietors.
Everybody
s mokes
Our Special
 AND K
The Union
CIGAR
They are all Union made and of tbe
best Havana Tobacco money can
buv. Try one and satisfy ronrielt
u to their quality.
%
Union Cigar
Factory, H.A.
Brown*, Prop.
If you  are  building  or contemplate building we will be
pleased to quote you estimates on anything made in our
Sash and Door Factory
and we feel confident that we can give you satisfaction in
every particular.    Write: Sawyer Bros., Revelstoke, B. C.
Minin-f companies or others ordering
lots of 20 or more, maps will be supplied at SO cents each.'
THE LARDEAU EAGLE,
Ferguson, B.C.
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   .   ,   _
ARROW LAKES, B.C.
The moat complete resort on the,continent
of North America. Situated mldjst scenery
unrivalled for (raadeur. lioatinc. fishing
and excursions. Resident; physician and
nurse. In telesraphle cor^iunlcatlon with
all part, of the world. Two'ailalls arrive and
depart erery day. lt. baths cine all nervous
and muscular dlsea.es. Its waters heal all
kidney, llier and itomach ailments. Its
bath, and waters Ir. a sure remedy aialnst
all argentiferous poisons. TERMS: 112 to
115 per week, according to residence ln hotel
.or Tillaa.  f*
Reduced to FIFTY
CENTS; A YEAR
New Idea
Woman's
Magazine
Formerly
One.
Dollar
rIS Is Ihe cktipajt and but
Fuhton hUfuir-s now be.
ion Ih* Amfftctn puMc. ItrAovs
Narldau In FuMons. toMWInery,
ia Embroidery, in Cooking, in
Wos-un's Work md in R*adln(:
boaUMr ilhalnM in ool��i -aad
in Mack nnd -a-Mte. Abcere all, II
ihsva thc itrf tahlonabte Noplaca
Snus, made fram Nnr baa Par-
nans. wMch coil only Me. eadt.
Scad Five Cents To-day ;
fwardact. oat��the Hew tutW-m-ui's
Msasltap, ud sm wfset er..t ealae
' Ut tfh.tarj.ey II caa ft*, ym.
T��E HEW IDEA PTILKHIHO CO,
IK Iteaiway, la* Tetk, X. T,
ited Batters of North America
T H 1 fl 18 T II E
UNION LABEL of
tlie United lUtten
nf North America.
When you nre buv-
ng -& run Hat,
ither loft or itiff,
���ee to lt thut tht'
-zenuinc UN I..ON
Label in iovreil ln It,
II * retailer hts
looie labels in bin
{lOKneMion, ftnd   ol-
ers to j.ut one Inn
R^BSr       h��t Ior you, (Jo bo:
* patronise him.  fl*
���as not any rii-nito n��>e fooai labelt. Look i
lube Ik In retail itorei are counterfeits. Do not
listen to any explanation ai to why the ha*.
h��B no label. The Genuine Union Label is
perforated on the four edgei exactly tbe lamt
as a postage stftiup. Countefleita ��r�� forno-
tiraei perforated on three ol the cares, au<
sometimM only on two. Keep ft sharp lookout
for the counterfeits. Unprincipled mannls--
turers are uiinc them in order to nt rid oi
tbeir scftb-mftde hftts. The John B. 8tetsr--i
Co, and Henry II. Koelofs & Co., both ot Pfclln
delphift, Pa., are non-union concerns,
JOHN A. MOFFITT, President,
Orange, If. I.
JOHN PHILLIPS. Secretary,
14 797 Bedford Ate..Brooklyn, N.T.
There is only one bt-ei mi-i.ttg Journftl.
Thut is
Mines aud .Minerals,
It has ft larger circulation than any two ether
American mining journals because it is ths.
best. It is the largeRt, best Illustrated *��#
handsomest mining journal in tbe world.   ' jt
in a mining payer for mining mep,   Substf
IP-
tion price 12.00 per year. Bend lor free w ^.^
eopy. Address MINES AND MINERALS,' Mttkn.
ton, Pft��� V. S. A, Denver offices, TUrD1, Bldg,,
DenTer, Col.
1
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LI. $ *> 4h4y*> �����-��-* -ft--*--*-*-* �����-���-�� ������-��� ���-��� *-+~*-+-f
I   LOCAL FIELD
j IN BRIEF   j
>��..........��..>..��...����..
Arthur Gunn wont to Camborne
Tuesday,
Tho kinc is reported as progressing
favorably.
.Mr. .ind Mrs. Atwood paid a visit to
Circle City on Sunday.
Tlio Rovelstoke football team played
Trout Lake on .luly 1st.
A son was born to Ml', and Mrs.
Haraoll of Comaplix on July Ist.
Tho Revelatoke Herald has boen
chu-.i.eil into a weekly publication.
Dr. Ken-combo paid a professional
visit to Comaplix returning Wednesday.
James Lade came home from the
Oyster group and spent Sundny with
his family.
Alfred McPherson returned Saturday to the May Deo from a visit to
A.evelstoke.
Set'vico will be held as usual in thc
"Cagle hall Sunday at ii p. m. by Rev.
S. J. Green.
Tho Miners' Union hold thoir regular fortnightly meeting to-morrow
(Saturday) night.
J. Tweedalo of the Imperial Bank,
visited tlie Silver Cup Saturday and returned Sunday morning.
Mr. A. P. Garrett, who has the contract for tlio long tunnel on the Sunshine spent Monday in Ferguson.
P. J. Devine returned to Perguson
Thursday to do his annual assessment
work. Ho spent tho winter at Fish
Creek.
Mr. Edwards of Olds, brother of MisB
Edwards, of the postoflico, camo in on
Saturday last on an extended visit to
his sister.
M. A. Wilson, Ferguson's busy tailor,
:s sponding a woll earned holiday with
his family in Revelstoke. Ho will return to-dav.
Mr. McCrossan, manager of the Lardeau Smelting & Refining Co., moved
into his new oflice io the "Dad Block"
Thursday.
J.J, Young M. I*. A,, president of
the Double Bugle Mining and Development Co., Ltd., returned to Ferguson
Wednesday,
Mr. If. N. Coursier, of Revelstoke,
representing lire and life insurance
companies ".-as in Ferguson Wednesday
soliciting business,
Prof. Jno N. Greer, manager of the
Mountain Lion Mining Co. took a number of mon to his property on July Ist
lo begin tilt! seasons work.
The Eafrle extends sympathy to A
Johnson of iho Hovelstoke Herald and
Mrs. Johnson in the loss of one of their
twin daughters who died on Tuesday
lune the 24th,
R. Sawyer of Rovelstoke, came into
the cit.v on Monday to install electric
light linings. It is expected that
everything will boin readiness by August Ist to furnish lights.
Mr. G. Attwood, tho London mining
ongiiieer and his assistant, Mr. Forbes,
are examining tho Criterion, Oyster,
.Moscow and other properties in the
Fish river camp belonging to the Nettle L. syndicate.
Dr. Wm. Whltla of Belfast, ono of
the most eminont doctors in Ireland,
has boen knighted for distinguished
services ns a physician. Sir William
Whltla paid a lengthy visit to Manitoba a fow years ago on a visit to his
brother, R, J. Whltla.
Rov. Mr. Sulloy hold tho first F.pls-
oopalean service In tbe Eaglo hall on
Sundny. Miss Edwards presided at the
organ. Service will bo held again at 8
p. m. and thc meetings will bo held
during balance of yearatH and It o'clock
ultornate Sundays. In order that confusion may be avoided as to the hour,
cards aro boing printed and will bo
hung In tho different places of business of the town.
On Monday afternoon Juno 2.1rd at
St. Paul's church, Kamloops, John Mc-
Donell, tho woll known popular manager of the Hotel Rovelstoke and part-
nor In the Ferguson Hotel of this place
under tho firm name of McDonell &,
f.dson, was quietly married to Miss
Carrie Fstella Kipp, daughter of Henry
Kipp of Chilliwack by the Rov, Ake-
hurst. Tho i'.aglo extends congrntu-
I-..lent*,
Tweeddalo and Reeves visited Trout
Lake last night.
II. II. Johnstone, a Rossland mining
man is in Ferguson to-day.
W. J. Verschoyle, a mining man
from Trout Lako, is visiting Ferguson.
"God Save the King" is the universal prayer of loyal subjects throughout
the British empire.
A vory rich strike of freo gold oro
was made on tlio Kva at Fish Creek last
week in the 400-foot lovel.
Rov. Mr. Bot'kman of Minnesota, is
sponding a few days in Ferguson. Ho
is Interested in the smeltor.
Mr. Mclntyre, representing McKay,
Smith & Co. of Vanoouvor is showing
gents furnishing's samplos to-day in
Ferguson.
Mr. Reed of tho firm of Rood le
Young, Revelstoke, has samples of
ladies goods on exhibition at tho Ferguson Hotol.
There are seven C. P. R. engineers
running a survey around Trout lake
and it is thought that tho company
will endeavor to commonce building
operations at an early date.    * '
Tho second furnace of the Mother
Lodo smelter atGreonwood was "blown
in" on Wednesday, thus Increasing the
capacity to eight hundred tons daily.
The plant has treated 180,000 tons of
ore to date.
Judge Miller, accompanied by Dr.
GifTora, secretary-treasurer and manager of the Maria Marilla company, returned from tho Pedro Saturday night
where a force of men are working.
The doctor is very favorably impressed
with tho showing of the mine and says
that tho company will expend $30,000
on the Pedro group this summer and
that $150,000 dollars will be spent in the
district by them. Tho judge and doctor went up to tho Old Gold this morning.���Topic.
Mr. W. H. McDougall, representing
tbe International Correspondence
schools of Scranton, Penn., was in
town this week on a business trip. Mr.
McDougall succeeded in getting quite
a large number of students in Ferguson. The method of correspondence
instruction in tho industrial sciences of
tho International Correspondence
Schools was originated in 1891 and was
first used in ihe Correspondence School
of Mines. Nearly every courso of
study under tho sun can bo takon up
and is being successfully carried out at
this school.
Mr, J. W. Westfall of Trout Lake,
p. id a visit to Ferguson Saturday last
and in conversation with an Eaglo representative stated that it was tho Intention of the company which he represents to do more work on thoir several properties this season than ever before. Mr. Wostfall had just returned
from the Pedro group, where he has
four men working. This property is
looking good and moro men will be put
'o work next week. The oro is a galena, carrying considerable grey coppor. There aro two leads of two and
four foet respectively.
J-Ji-jfe ���*���'' ��t_-fnA -fe *-r��_rSTLs"^jfe -sfc^K
$ J PROFESSIONAL * ��
I*
3*
CARDS.
*
>.   a
Wedding Hells.
Wo are pleased this week to chronicle the marriage at Rovelstoke on
Saturday last of Mr. Arthur Evans,
lately of tho Forguson Hotol of this
place, and at present proprietor of the
Prospectors' Exchange, Beaton, to
Miss Mabel Thomson, oldest daughter
of Mr. Thomson, tho popular school
teacher of that place. Miss Thomson
had just returned from finishing a
musical courso at Now Westminister.
The [''agio joins with the many friends
of Mr. and Mrs. Evans In wishing thorn
a long and happy married lifo.
f.iM'iils Willi it I'ltystrellk.
Saddle horses for sale. Wo have all
kinds and at all prices. We can suit
you.   Craig &. Hillman, Benton.
* To got acquainted with tliisi district
you should havo a copy of tho now and
only map. Send a ono dollar bill to
tho EAQLE and secure ono at once.
For anything in tho book or stationery lino send to tho Canada Drug &
Book Co.. Rovelstoke, B. C. Mail
orders receive prompt attention.
* For Sale���Lots 9 and 10, block 65,
noxt to Ferguson Hotel. Forguson, together or separately. For terms, etc.,
apply to H. Floyd, Rovelstoke, B. C.
* Hello Central! Are you aware of
the fact that thero is a telephone line
in the country? Why not save time
and money by using it. Phono at Cummins & Co.'s store,
Smokers: lf you want tho QB.Nl}-
I.S'E "Union" and "Our Special"
CIQAK see that "Union Cigar Factory"
is stamped In gilt letters on overy box.
-II, A, Brown, Revelstoke, B, 0,
3 O    B. N. WILKIE,
4 	
f Provincial
;i Land
��� Surveyor
|     Ferguson and Trout Lake.'
5. Surveys mado and Crown Grants
*j Obtained. |
ii Olllco:      -      ���      Trout Lako. |
ILMAM A. BAUEH,
tw
3 DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL UND SURVEYORS.
Surveys of Mines, Mineral Claims and
Crown Lands. Crown Grants Ob.
tallied -end Assessments Managed
for Absentees.
Offices:  Ferguson B. C. and Vancouver
���K  O     BHANNON, 8. A.
! ASSAYER anil ANALYTICAL
J] CHEMIST.
*��i H' -idquartera for loferniatlon Regarding
yi Lardruu froprrtles*
il W/ttc for Inforoiotton*
.J Cull aad see Samples*
>i OFFICE:   VICTORIA AVE..         _
J; FERGUSON, B.C.
lOBEIlT HOME,
| BARRISTER, SOLICITOR
3 AND NOTARY HJBLIC.
OFFICE���Over llic Imperial Bank,
FERGUSON, B, C.
S   Tl ARVEV, MCCARTER * PINKHAM,
Barristers, Solicitcrs, etc.
-J Offices: Revelstoke, Golden, and Fergu- C
-Ji        son.   Solicitors for  Imperial Bunk ��
j,       of Canada. ^
% N*
> Geo. S. McCarter. J. A. Harvey, U
"i A. M. Pinkham. f>
, "TIRED <C. ELLIOTT, f
4 -T                        j.
JJ i
3 Barrister,   Notary Public etc, jf
*_                      &
Jj        TROUT LAKE CITY B. C, AND f
I            Ferguson, B, C. (
_jl -It*-   dc V. IcMAISTHE*.!. M.SCOTT E
3      Barrister, Soliciter, etc. i,
2                 REVELSTOKE, B. 1*. ft
5 .1. M. SCOTT, A. B. I., ti. B. ft
LIV, do V. le Muistrc, _I. A, _;
���r rjrjjnjnpTjr ^ iynyny;?.'r. ���*$
Drugs ana Stationery
Proscriptions Carefully and
..Aeeunuoly Compounded..
A.  Ft  RANKINE
P. 0.11I.OCK, FERGUSON, B.C.
ft
1 perguson ftarber -j.
When yon want n, [J
GOOD SHAVE      |
���or��� ?f
LATEST HAIR CUT ��
Coll on E, 8. FULLMER. j.
Hot or Cold Botlis in Connection. ft
  ft
NT} "-^------.narbcrSlioii will close on u
��� ��.$-_? B-Jndaya at 18o'clock. 3
L Please get In before noon.      �����
Send thc Eagle
to you;, friends.,. [
in the East.
I McKinnon c& Sutherland
iif!. tako pleasure in announcing Out wo have re*
T? contly placed in stoclc a comploto tine of LADIES,
HiiUJllENH' and 0IJ2NT1.KMBNS1 *u minor goods of uj>
to date make nnd rhnice material, These goods wore carefully BolootQd 111 Hie most e^ClUBlvo markets mid we fool
confident, Hint our many customers wili  Im d-uligluod.
LADIES' SHIRTJVAISTS
Our J.nrljos' Hhirt Waists am prrlty nml striallvof tho
latent patterns nml k'.l soiling materials. Call and inspect) it in our pleasure to tdiow goudti.
HATS
Wc claim to h%v�� tho best selected and largest Mock of
Men's and Boy's hats in the Lardeau. "livery natBtamped
with the L'uiou Label."
SHIRTS
We have the newest styles and patterns in starched and
nogilcetdiirts.  -Thu same as are being -sold daily to the
best dressed men in eastern cities.
Remember our stock includes everything that is used in
the district in the merchandise line.
McKinnon tf Sutherland
l'-^^^**W -^^^**W -^^^^h ���^^���"������������'W p^^^^ka. -^^^^ 4i*^^*\ ^^^9*\ __p^^^ __P*^*^K ^^^p\4w^a^k\amj^
The Post Office Store j*
\ The most complete stock in Ferguson. Ar
[ Union-Made Hats and Shoes. -W
��� Full line of Ladies' and Children's goods. K
I . *B)
Make a specialty of filling mine orders in groceries w
and hardware. R
Try a Pair ot Oar Hand-Made prospectors' Shoes, w
G. B. Batho * Co. I
Established 1896
z.
General Merchants
^^4^^,^^-^^>^i^J^i^^i-4,^
i
Packing and ?m���J'*k>��s
!!
H'reighting
Transfer Outfit.
Contracts onterod into for packing- of Mining Supplies,
etc., to any point in tlio district.
Good, prompt service, nnd any work undertaken guaranteed. Freighting- from Thomson's Landing to Ferguson
a specialty.
3 Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C.     S. Daney, Prop. I
R. S. Wilson,
EAOLE BLOCK,
MERCHANT
TAILOR
Kvery garment turned out in tliis shop
will bear this label, a guarantee In il-
self of first class workmanship.
Drop in and see our stock and rumples,
.   -   ��    FERGUSON B. C.
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SMOKE   UNION'-   7
MAKE    CIGARS,   i
+++++ ����������������� ^-
There are Cheap and Good
Union-Made Cigars, but the
t
I;   SMOKE   I'NION'-  ���
MAKE    CIGARS.   ���
- ��������*��� �����������<�� ���������<>
SMOKE   UNION-
MAKE    CIGARS,
Enterprise and Selkirk
��� pig
4 Hit
r*
Brands, manufactured by the Enterprise
��� 4 Cigar Co., Nelson, B. c. ure unequalled in
���i the province
For sale by Ferguson's J-oading Hotels.
A|k for them.
��� 4 -*���>���-��� ��� ��� ��� ��� * ^* �� <-��� ������
*-���-������>��������� *> ���-���-���������*���������*���
SMOKE    UNION-   J
MADE    CIGARS.   ���>
Ferguson
The pay roll centre and tl��? plpco where Larclenu'fl shtppiu
mines nre located, It) altuntcd bfl mtlaa Houthrniit of Korolstoku
From Bovelsfolic to Arrowhead by rail. 28 milos J from Arrowhead to Thomson's Lauding bv boat, V2 inile."; from the handing
to FERGUSON, by hnrao or stuge, 1(1 wilea, Como Ktnu'glU t-
Forjftiwn. Inv-jatigfttion courtea.
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