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METAL QUOTATIONS.
Silver���Bar  47
Lead _;10, 12s, Cd.
Con-Eit    812.12
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The Eaole is more widely
CIItCCL-iTED THAN ANY OTHF.lt
NEWSPAPER IN NOR'I'II KOOTENAY���IT WILL HE FOUND AN EXCELLENT ADVERTISING -MEDIUM.
Vol. Itl.lSo   43
Ferguson,  B. C,   December 5th 1902
Given   by Mr. Pool to
The Shareholders
k  GREAT
The Speeches Were Short But
They Did Not Lack Precision. Banqueters Dispersed
at Midnight.
The following report of the banquet
given by Mr. W. B. Pool on tho night
of Saturday, Nov. 22nd to members of
the Ophir Lade syndicate, who wero
in town for tho meeting of the company, and also the resident boarders at
tho Windsor hotel, should properly
have beon given a place in the last
edition of the Eagle, but for reasons
already given the. article could not be
inserted.
The banquet was held in the spacious
dining room of the Windsor hotol and
the   viands   wero  prepared   and the
table was set and decorated in Madam
O'Connor's inimitable stylo.  Promptly
at iO'DOmine host Pool, manager ofthe
Ophir. Lade   mines, led the way to the
dining room  followed  by  It. Hodge,
Sec'V-Treas, of  the Co.,   who    was
master of ceremonies,   The table was
set   for 19  but two were unable  to
attend.     The  17  who  sat down did
ample justice to the delicacies set before
them.    After the many courses had
been partaken of and In turn removed,
,   the   glasses    Were    filled  with   tbe
banqueters     delight���tho    sparkling
champagne, and Mr. Hodge rose and
after   delivering   himself  of   a few
appropriate remarks opened tho toast
list    by  proposing '-The  King,   the
Royal Family and the President of tho
United   Statos"   and  called  on   Mr
Sutherland for a song. Mr. Sutherland
proved to he in his usual   excellent
form and responded with' .'
Tbo second toast  was   "The Silver
Lead Mining Industry" coupled witb
the names of Messrs. D. G. Forbes and
A' H. Holdich.   Mr. Forbes responded
briefly and aaid in part that while we
havo the silver .arid the lead   and  are
overy month getting in a better position to produce it our chief cause of
regret  Is that wo cannot got onoutrli
for it.       Mr.   Holdich   theu   rose and
said that tho former speaker had taken
thc wind out of his sails.   Tbo smelting
Industry is tho only thing that pays ut
present.       However,     tho      'mining
industry is keeping up with tho times,
hut  silver Is low,  lower,   than over
known.     Wo pray  for it to riso in
valuo and  hope the smelters will see
lit to irivo us more for silver-lead ores.
Mr. chairman roso and said:    About
a year ago there was not a  bank in
the entire Lardeau country and it was
felt that tho  want of such an institution was a serious Impediment to the
growth   and progress of tho town of
Ferguson and district.   Mr. Macdonald
came In December  last and opened ii.
branch of  Ibe Imperial Bank.   Now
gentlemen I will ask you to drink witli
me    to  tho interests of tho Imperial
bar.lr.pf Camilla in this town and will
coitplo with the toast the mimes of Mr.
Macdonald and Mr. Wotmore.
Mr, Macdonald: I thank you Mr.
chairman for your kind remarks and I
thank the gentlemen present forthe
way thoy havo rocoived the toast to
the.intorests of the Imperial Bank in
Ferguson. I can say that we have no
regret's for having opcnoil tho bank
In this town for tho business is a
healthy ono and is   increniing in vol
ume.    We havo confidence iu the district and in the town.
Mr. Wetmoro roso and in anoat
though brief little speech said that in
looking back over tho banks business
transactions sinco the branch was
opened he could say tbat the volume
of business had increased fully three
fold during tbe last four months and
we expect it to increase still more.
(Hear, hear! from Mr. Macdonald.) j
The next toast was "Tho Prospectors and Miners" Messrs. J. Lado and
J. Hilley boing asked to respond. Mr.
Lade said be had followed prospecting
for about 10 years and be believed the
occupation about as interesting and
prolittiblo as any going. The prospector bas always tbe hope of striking
something rich; his lofty ambition
carries him on, and if he posse sses tho
requisite back bono and stlcktoitivonoss
he will, in nine cases out of ten, succeed. Some, it is true, die in the harness, without having mado an apparent
succoss and from various reasons.
Men muy be seen 70 and 80 years of
ago still caiTi'ing the pick, many of
them bave made good "stakes" more
than onco and started again.
Mr. Hilley told about his pack
animal stumbling on a bit of rock on
tlio Criterion group when ho was taking a load of supplies to the camp. A
bit of rock becoming detached, it was
found upon examination to contain lots
of free gold iu sight, and thus a rich
voin of quartz was discovered.
"The Ophir-Lade and Oold Mining"
was the next toast with tho names of
W, B. Pool and S. Sutherland. Mi*.
Pool said ho found words inadequate
to express his pleasure for tho success
of tho little gathering and the kind
expressions in regard to himself that
he had hoard that oveniug. British
Columbia can boast of another Cripple
Crook. We havo in this district some
of tho biggest gold mines and bost
silver mines known anywhere and this
district is one of the fow places whore
silver-load mining pays at tho present
timo.
Mr. Sutherland said ho was much in
tlio same position as Mr. Forbes,
grdoerles wore going down and he
would like to lind a remedy.
'���The Visitors From Camborn'o" was
responded toby J. Ennest, one of tho
original owners of the Oyster-Criterion.
"The Ladies." To Mr. 10. Ci. Had-
ow and Robt. Gunn was assigned the
always ploasui'oablo duty of saying a
good word for tho ladies. Space will
not permit our giving even a summary
of tlio encomiums bestowed on tho fair
sox hy these gentlemen.
"The Press" E. G. Woodward ofthe
Eaglo, responded for the press. Ho
thanked tho company for tho kind
manner ln which tho toast was received and said whilo tho ro was r.o room
for doubt that tho Lardeau is a rich
mining district and will bo one of tho
best, und Ferguson Will also bu a good
town, for the presont the publication of a newspaper here is not a
profitable business, etc.
$2 aYtar
GRINS 11)
A. Company Has Been
Incorporated as
THE MYEE EXPLORATION CO. Ltd
Directors Aro All Well Known
Business and Minins Men.
Five Men Will Work on
Property All Winter.
Correction,
There is no truth in the report that
Smith Curtis has re-entered or contemplates reentering tho fold of
Joseph Martin,
A big flro at Rat Portage has
resulted In the destruction of millions
of feet of lumber and the total loss of
six steamboats
A scheme of harbor improvement
calculated to make St. John, New
Brunswick, harbor one of tho linost in
tho world, has been enunciated by
James Osborne, general superintendent
of tho C. P. R.
The Vancouver Oil Syndicate, Limited are shipping a complete equipment of oil machinery to Pincher
Creek,  Alberta,'  and will eommeneo
Incorporation has b.en granted to
tho Myee Elplo.atlon Company, Limited, witli Hon. J. Fred. Hume, John A.
Turner and William Davis as provisional directors. Tho company has
acquired tlio woll known Cromwell
group, consisting of the following
claims on tho South fork of Lardeau
Crook, in closo proximity and on the
same bolt as the Silver Cup, Triune.
Nettio L aud X. X. L, properties.
Tbe Cromwell claim is a property of
groat prospects and is believed to be
one of the very best in lhe Forguson
camp. Two large test shipments have
been made to the Trail smelter which
netted $1-S and $12:1 in gold values.
An exhaustive report was made iu
August, 11)01, by Mr. J. ?! . MoLellan.
Associate Royal School of mines, Loudon, England, from which tho following is taken:
'���The ore body, as far as can be
determined from tlie amount of work
done, takes the form of a well defined
voin having a strike of north-10 deg.
west and dipping to tho north
cast at an angle of about
deg. from tho vertical. It will
averago about three feet in width and
has a distinctly banded appearance,
layers of hard whito quartz alternating
with (on surface) porous oxidized
material. These oxides with deptii
gradually chango Into a compact iron
pyrites, with which at times is
associated a little galena and other
silver bearing minerals. Tho oxidized
material abovo referred to as occurring in tho outcrop of tho'vein, anil
which-forms the highest grado of ore
yet discovered on the properly, is of a
rather remarkable appearance, built!1-
very light and porous unci composed of
an aggregate of quartz, altimstone,
oxido of iron and oxide of maganeso.
'All the development so far performed has been  done  by    tho   original
locators ofthe elaim  with tho idea of
taking out enough ore to pay   for the
work   as  it   proceeded.      With this
object an open  cut -It) foot long aud
about 20 feet deep at the lowest part
has been put in along the striko of the
outcrop.     Outside  of  this  cut   very
littlo work has beon done, but tho con
tinuity of tho fissure has boon proved
on  tho surface  for another .'10 feot in
a south-east direction.    Northeast of
the cut tho vein outcrops along a pre-
cipltious ol I It too steep to traverse,   1
am   inclined    to think thero will be
found to be a series nf ore shoots along
the Assured strip of schists and adjoining tho  graphitic   slatos,    and   that.
these oro shoots will  be more or loss
lenticular   in    character.       The  ore
alroady opened up, however Is evidently of considerable extent and richness
and gives good encouragement for the
rPBIllt.u nf fnt.nt-o di.v.lnnmont ��
Ormid Trunk to iltiild to Const.
One of the most Important announcements of recent lime* fi'om a Canadian
standpoint was madu on Nov. 23rd
when C. M. Hays, general manager of
the Grand Trunk Railway company
made known his company's decision to
construct a second transcontinental
railway system for Canada '
The new line will run from North
Bay through New Ontario, Assinaboin,
Saskatchewan,  Alberta   by   way   of
Peace River pass and through British
Columbia to Unite Inlet.    Work will
be started as soon as surveys are made
and the line is to   be   in   operation in
five years after the  commencement of
operations.     The   estimated   cost   is
from 975,000,000 to 8100,000,009.
Decided in England,
The  foregoing    project    hus been
under consideration for a long timo by
tho directors of tlie Grand Trunk company,  and during Mr. Hays' last visit
to    England, the  resources and possibilities of the gnat Northwest were
laid beforo Sir Charles Rivers-Wilson,
and other members of tho board, and
in a most comprehensive and convincing way by the company's chief executive in Canada, the result being that
they are now prepared to   go  right
ahead with a railway extending from
North  Bay on Gravenhurst, Ont., on
tho Hue of the Grand Trunk system, to
either Butte Inlet or Port Simpson, B.
C, as may bo determined later on.
Duo to Growth of Wost.
"No  one, who   has   been studying
the wonderful developments lhat have
taken place in thc Northwest during
tho  past few years,'' said  Mr. Hays,
"can fall to be deeply impressed witli
the growth oftliat extensive anil rich
territory, and our directors hold that
in view of the apparent need of additional railway facilities and In order to
���tiarantoo to the present Grand Trunk
system direct  connection   with    tbat
important   and   growing    section   of
Canada, tlio only wiso policy is to take
active steps   towards this extension,
which 1 may add   will bo commenced
as soon as tlie   necessary legislation
can bo obtained from the government.'
TLB
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Is From the  Air Compressor Plant
L MINE
The Machine Drills are Working Satisfactorily and Much
Ground is Being Broken. Much
High Grade Ore Shipped.        ]
The nearest mine to Ferguson is thu
Nettie L., lying about two miles from
towu as the crow flies) and five miles
by the wagon 1'oarl. Thc mino ie in a
good state of development and has over
half a milo of work done under ground
consisting of tunnel, shaft and raise.
Quite a quantity of high class ore has
beeu shipped to the Trail smelter, tho
gross value of which averaged somewhere about 8125 per ton. The mine
was examined in July last by Mi'. Attwood ono of tho most competent mining engineers iu the British empire
assisted by D. G. Foibes who has been
Mr. Attwood's co-worker for a numbei
of yoars. The report of thu expert?
must have boon highly gratifying for
thc English shareholders im mediately
purchased a controlling interest and
Mr. Forbes was appointed manager,
Development has beon continued
under the new management most
energetically and many improvement---
have been made both insido and outside thc mine.
Trout Lafco oily.
An Eaglo representative called on a
number of friends in Trout Lako
Saturday and found them all iu good
spirits aud hopeful of a prosperous
���eason in tho Lardeau next year, The
people of tho lake-side city aro liko
those in most mining towns at this
season of thc yoar, no rush of work
and just doing the summing up of the
season's   work   and   progress,     Aftor
In Itllssfiil Igmmiiifo.
The police of New Vork are searching for an Italian couple; but their
intent is entirely friendly. They wish
to whisper gently into the ears of tho
young people that these two aro not
married, whatever circumstantial
uvidence may exist to the contrary.
This is how tt happened: Tho pair
walked into the office of an ollieial aud
asked for a "license." Assuming that
they wanted a peddlar's license, the
necessary preliminary to which is
citizenship, they wero told to raise
their right hands. They swore solemn*
ly to upbold and support tho constitution of tho United State?, abjured
aricc to   the  kiug of Italy, and
Xtuns they begin  planning   for    the  then fell to kissing one another.    This
coming season's oparations. cxp.'csiiuii of emotion was thought by
In tho   mean time ways aro being onlookers to be a natural expression of
delight at having escaped  thc tics of
results of future development.
Tho original owners and venders nf
tbo property are Jas. Grant, Ed. Morgan, Sid. Graham, Bert Fowler and
Alex. Smith. Theso Gentlemen receive a consideration of __t),000 shares of
tho capital stock of the company. A
contract has been let for a 200 foot
tunnel and when thia is completed tho
contractors will continue work on the
properties right, along till spring
undor the direction ol thc Company's
superintendent.
,    .       .       ., -I-,,        ��V,"7/"T     T*00 position  of  thc    property   is
boring   for oil  on  Wm.   Aldridges  excellent for a tramway down to the
claims in that vicinity. shore of Trout take.
devised to mako the long winter evenings pass ns pleasantly as possible.
Whist, pedro and ping pong clubs aro
talked of, and wo may say Incidentally
that the town of Trout Lake has aomo
good whist players, at least we havo
been informed so. Our representative
was asked if Ferguson posessed any
good whist players, but the Eagle
man being modest didn't care to say
how well the poople of the pay-roll
centre could play whist, so merely
said thuy could play fairly well. Then
an invitation was given to bring along
our players. This was cheerfully
accepted and when tho coming battle
takes place we predict that the din
may be beard and tho smoke seen for
many miles around.
monarch la! government, and the
couple went away in proud possession
ofthe naturalization certificate. On-'
who understood Italian hoard them
exchanging honeymoon phrases iu tho
coraldor. and chanced to mention the
circumstances to the official, Then it
dawned on him that the couple had
intended to tie married, aud thought
that thc knot had not been legally
tied. That is why the police are seeking for Signer Salvator Mangamello
and SIgnorina Selina Petorelli.���
Globe.
Premier Prior has selected his
cabinet. His advisors are J. D.
Prentice, finance minister; \V. C.
Wells, commissioner ot lands and
works; Dennis Murphy, provincial
secretary and minister of education:
D. M. Eberts, attorney-general; E. G.
Priori minister of mines; W. W. Mclnnes, president of the council. The
uew government claims that it will
Tho telephone girl* of Vane iu ver
;*.:... 'Sc\\ Wostlulusi.ee are ou strike.
Princess Victoria; granddaughter of
the King is reported to be iu love with
Joe Chamberlain's sou, Austen.
A verdict of accidental death ha<
boon brought in in tin Gore case,
Paris.
There is a project on foot to build
an electric tram line to connect Trout
Lako with Ferguson.
Tho annual'  report   of  tho Centre
havo a majority when tho houso meets'Star Mining   Co.,  itosslaud,,  shows  c
early in the year. profit of $30,000 a mouth.
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Lardeau Bagle
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l*u_U.tiO'l ���    ry   l'riiliiy at Ferguson, 0. I'.,
by
E. G. WOODWARD,
loffhom nil correspondence should bo mailed.
Subaeriptlon Rates: 12,00 pur annum, to
any address in Ainoricn; fl.2Q for b!x months;
$_.,M a year to foroiyn addresses. No paj'i no
pnpor.
.lob Printing: Tho Eaglo job department
19 tbo bosi equipped oflleo, and the only oflico
whicli oan furnish tho typographical union
label in North Kootonay: n guarantee in Itsell
ol good work und promptness.
Advertising Rates: Display ads., $1,00 pur
single column inoh nor month, Legal ads., 12
uents per (nonparlol) lino f��r lirst insertion; 8
(.���enta por lino tor each additional Insertion,
! loading notices 11) cents per line each issue,
Ninety tiny ll-gal notices, flu.; sixty days, J.7.60;
ihirty days, f-'t. No ails, accepted at less than
ihuse rates.   No room lor quack ads.
Colonial secretary J. Chamberlain
and .Mrs. Chamberlain havo sailed for
South Africa, travelling in the Royal
train to Portsmouth where they boarded the Armoured oruleerGood Hope.
Notlco,
I'he lollowing retail lienor UooilSO ap|ilica-
(iislilcl
lions   have been
retail liri
received
from the Ferguson
J. Cummins, retail, six months,,Kings Hotol.
Gordon & 'linger, ���'      "       BalmorulHotel
.N.iin Likitghlnu        ������       <��� Hotol J.imleaii
llObt. Uodgfl "       " Windsor Hotel
.Mi-Uoiull .v Hindi   "       "        Ferguson Hotel
Ami further take notice that tliu regular
iiH'f[iii:;ni [lie bim nl of Urease (..mjiiiii skinners
Will be held   in lliu Provincial Police OflJcc,
Revelstoko, on Monday Deo, lflth at 1;80 p. m.
to consider said applications.
Uy Order
R, A. UPPER,
Chief Inspector
Dated at Revelstoke Ihis 29th day of Nov. 'OH
Four weekly Insertions constitutes one
month's advertising.
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 5.   10(*2.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
The political pot at Victoria ap
pears to have reached the boiling
point again. Premier Prior had
just got his cabinet slate complete
when one ol his ministers realized
that he had accepted his portfolio
too quickly and handed in his
resignation Mr. Dennis Murphy
member for West Yale, was offered
the portfolio ot' Provincial Secretary
in the Hon. Col. Prior's ministry.
Mr. Murphy evidently thought he
could be useful to the country in
that capacity so he accepted and
was sworn in after he had resigned
his seat. A minister having, of
course, to go back lo his constituency for re-election on accepting a
pcrllolio. Mr. Murphy did this,
but the plum held out to his con-
���stiiuents of having a minister lo
represent them did not prove sufficient to counteract their disapproval
ot the Hon. Mr. Prior's policy ot
government. Therefore it seems
that Mr. Murphy was told by his
constituents that they could not reelect him on said policy. The Hon.
Mr. Murphy, of a week, therefore
resigned from thc cabinet..
The fall of snow has been so
heavy of late that the stage has
found difficulty in making the diive
through from lhe landing on ��� time.
Last winter all freight came in via
Thompson's Landing and the road
was kept well beaten, but this year
most of the freight comes by the
Lardo branch railway and Daney's
freight teams are not on the Landing road at all.
THE Fl'RGUSON
SAW AND
PLANING
MILLS
Drugs am Stationery
Prescriptions Carefully and
..Accurately Compounded,,
A.  F.  RANKINE
P, O.BLOCK, FEBG.USON, B.C.
A*
All kinds of Rough
and Dressed Lumber
in stock.
We have engaged a
first class mechanic
and are prepared to
take contracts for anything in the building
line.    Workmanship
guaranteed.
SMITH & LABEAU, i
PROPRIETORS. f
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Smith & Co.
45 Bleury St,
< Montreal
I
Will bo represented in
Ferguson threo or four
days each month. Any
orders for clothing will
receive close nttontion
and wc
GUARANTEE  A   FIT.
Oui- representative
S. A. Seott is a
practical tailor and
will make clothes
lit. Hold your
orders for him.
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ATCHMAKER j
_��� JfiWfiZ.fi*.
A FIRST CLASS LINE OP
WATCHES
CLOCKS
AND
JEWELRY
ALL KINDS OF WATCH
AND JEWELRY REPAIRING
James V. Reeves,
Ferguson, B. C.
EAGLE HALL
on second floor in Eagle block
Ferguson. B. C.
t
Open for engagement for
day or night meetings
at reasonable rental.
j Write or call on
E. O. WOODWARD,
Proprietor.
Last week, silvor in Loudon touched
the lowest point in the history of the
metal. Ono reason assigned for this
i. the continued decrease in tho
ilenand lor und uses or the inotal in
the other Oriental States, It would
bo interesting to know what theso
celestial beings are using In its placo,
Tliey must have nil become gold bugs.
THE CHURCHES.
Molllodlit',
Service will lie held in Eagle ball
every Sunday commencing'at 3 p, in.,
una alternate Sundays at S p. m. All
nre Invited to attend.
S. .1. GREEN, Pastor.
Anglican.
Divine service  will bo  held overy
alternate Sunday in l*Iaglo hall at .1 in
til*, afternoon.
An invitation to attend is extonded to
���Horvbo.lv
li. A, Sully,
Curate.
LARDEAU MINES, LTD.
The threo claims owned hy tho company are the "Lardoau
Queen," tho"Lai-deau King" and tlio "La. deau Prince," all abutting
end to end, through which three loads pass the ontiro longth, situated at the head of Lexington crook, in tho Lardoau mining division
of Wost Kootenav, British Columbia.
These threo claims are located on tho western slope of Goat Mountain, tho lines being north-westerly and south-easterly, and form ono
complete portion of Mineral laud uf about 1..II acres. Thoy lie east
less than four miles up from Fish river,
Tlio group lies in the "Sitting Hull" and -'Wild West" belts,
two of tho strongest and best known leads In that district, and work
already dono on apjaeent extenttons hus given most satisfactory
rosiills as to extent of oro bodies and increased valuos with depth.
The formation is slate and schist, lying in an ImmonBe limo
dyko, and the croppings of thc loads aro generally topped with hoavy
Iron cupping and quartz, which gives assays from $8 upon the
surface.
VEINS AND WORK DONE
Exploitation consists of two open cuts along tho surface for a
distance of twenty foot, which exposed a body of argentiferous
galena over 8 inches In width. The valuo of this ore body was *.25.(I0
on the surface, but at a depth of loss than three foot it has increased
to5U0.H0. To tap this oro showing and tho massive Iron capped
ledgo closo to which it lies tho present tunnol was commenced and
is now in adlstanceof 82 feet. Another 8*> feet of brossouttiug
should reach this Iedg3 at a deptii of about 135 foet. Whon (il foot
had boon driven, an ulmost'solid body of Iron oro three foet thick
was encountered In tho tunnel lying against a wall of slate. A
sample at this point assayed $77.00 In gold, silver, copper and lead.
The proporty has an excellent surfaco showing. The average
assays are most encouraging, considering the great width and con-
tinuancy of the leads across tho country with such-groat width and
prominoiico ofthe snrfaeo judging from othor properties in the near
vicinity, somo of which are on the samo load and havo doveloped
very rich oro bodies.
In conclusion I would say that the Lardeau Minos are as good as
any, if not tho best, in the vicinity, and I vorlly believe with a
nominal oxpondituro, they should be made dividend paying ln a
short time, and I would strongly recommend extensive development
toward that ond.
H. O. tncClytaoat, M. E.
The Townsite of
FERGUSON
The Pay-Roll  Centre of the
Rich   Lardeau   District.
Buy Lots Now And Get
in on the Ground Floor
It
The Lardeau is the richest
known mining district in British
Golumbia and the mines, particularly those about Ferguson,
contain large quantities ot ore
being big as well as rich. Several
new properties will ship
ore during the coming year and
the town is sure to double
in size Buy a few lots now
before the effect of this year's
progress sends them up, mayhap beyond your reach.
J
Business Lots $150 up.
Residence Lots $75 up.
For Further Information Apply to
Henry Floyd
General Agent,
-Revelstoke, B. C.
-UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT-
THE
Prospectors*  Exchange
ARTHUR EVANS, Proprietor.
THOMSON'S LANOINO, B. C.
i     TABLES SUPPLIED WITH THE ���THE CHOICEST OF WINES.*     U
Wt      ������REST IN TIIE MARKETS* ������LIQUORS AND CIGARS������      K
For Farther information, price of stoclc, etc., address
LAHDEAV MINES, LTD.,
B. Norbert Ouimatto,  Manager,
Bank of Montreal Bldg., KOSSLAND, B,
0,
Everybody   Qur Special
s mokes AND	
The Union
CIGAR
Thoy aro all Unio.i mink nml of the
boat Havana Tobacco monoy oan
buy. Try ono and flatlufy yourself
us to thoir quality.
A
Union Cigar
Factory, H. A.
Brow n, Prop.
When you reach Trout Lake City put
up the Queens. .Good r,ccommodation
..Best ,.ot service .. Choicest wines,
liquors and cigars. .Ki, re proof safe..
Abrahamson Brothers, Proprietors.
5,1?OT KJ.,8* J''"UC,R8 AND CIGARS.
. *-inely equipped bar,
BEST CUISINE SERVICUP*
BEFITTED AND REFURNISHED.
BEST K.OO A DAY HOUSE
IN THE LARDKAU DISTRIOT.
Hotel Lardeau
J. laughton, Proprietor.
FERGUSON, B. C.
HEADQUARTERS FOR MINERS
AND MINING MEN....
NEATLY ���7-URNiaIIED,*
WELL LIGHTED AND HEAT ED ROOMS.
CONVENIENTLY
BITUATED ON VICTORIA AVE. \u
m
Notice to DoUnqnent Co-Uw_iu_\
To J*. T. Mr Coll. or whomsoever ho may havo
iraiisferivit his interest in the Triune Fraction No. 8 mineral elaim, situated on Brown
oreek. Jn tho Trout Uko Mining Division.
West Kootonay Distriot o( B, Q,
Yon are hereby notified that 1 have expend,
ed 11oo iu ini-nr iti<i Improvements upon the
above metltlouod .motional mineral claim
since July 1st, 1003. under the provisions of the
Mineral Aet, iitxl If within TO days from thc
ditto of tbis notico you fall or refuse to contribute your proportion of tho above mentioned
sum, whicli is now due' together with all
CQIt Of advertising, your Interest in the said
claim will become t lie property of tho under-
Higiiod undor section *i of tlio "Minoral Act
Amendment Act 1DU0.
Dated ai Forguson, 13,0.. this 17th day of
October, 1002,
0, O. Woodrow.
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that HO daya aftor date
l Intend to apply to tho Hon. Chief Commissioner of hands aud Works for a wpoeial license
tocut and carry away timber from the following described lands in Wost Kootonay: Commencing at a post planted about ono-and-a*
quarter rallos south of Ferguson and marked
"it. .1. Cummins South-West Corner 1'nst,
Oct, 18th, 100.!'* thence north 80 chains, thence
east80 chains, thenco south 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains to point of commencement.
Dated Oct. 18th, 1002.
B.J, CUMMINS,
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that SO days afterdate
I Intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works for a special license
to cut and carry away timber from the following described lands in west Kootenay: Commencing at a post planted about one-ai.d-a-
quarter miles south of Ferguson and marked
"B. J. CinnminsfHouth-Kast Corner Post, Oct.
18th, 1902"' thenee north ��0 chains, thence
west so chains, thenco south 80 chains, thence
cast 8t) chains to point of commencement.
Dated Oct. 18,1002.
B. J. CUMMINS,
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days nftor
date I intend to apply to tlio Chief
Commissioner of Lands ana Works for permission to leasa the foreshore and frights thereof
for tho purpose of erecting a storenouso in the
Trout Lake District of West Kootenay. commencing at a post planted on the shore of
Trout lake adjoining tbe Canadian Pacific
Itailway Company's wharf, thoneo 300 feet
BOnthtthenco 800 feet west, thence 800 feot north,
thenco 800 feet east to point of commencement
Dated at Trout Lake. 27th October. 1002.
DONALD O. FORBES.
Notice.
By assignment in writing dated Aug. 27th
1002, Andrew CummlngB or Ferguson, hotel
keeper, assigned to the Hudson's Bay Company ail book debts and credits then owing to
htm in connection wilh the business carried
on I*; him at the Balmoral hotel.
All persons then indented to said Cumminus
are required lo nay the amounts owing forthwith and may cituer pny the money to Mr,
A. J. Gordon iii the Balmoral hotel, Forguson.
who hns my authority to reneipt for same, or
the money "may be romittod direct to mo at
ltevelfitoko,
Kevelstoke, Aug, 80th, 1002.
OEO. S. McCARTER.
.Solicitor for the Hudson's Hay Co.
Notlco.
Lula Hollc Fractional Mineral Claim.
Situated in  Trout  Lake Mining Division Ol
Wost Kootenay District.
Located on Nettle L. Mountain adjoining tho
Nettle L. Mineral Claim.
TAKE NOTICE that I. George S. MeCarter,
acting as agent for the Great Western Mines,
Limited Liability, Free Miners'certificate No*
B, 48174. intend (HI davs from the dato hereof to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a certificate
of Improvements forthe purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of the above claims,
AND FURTHKB TAKE NOTICE that action
under Section 87 must be commenced beforo
the issuance of such certificate of improvements.
Dated this 1st day of November. 1002,
GEO. 8. MCCARTER.
Notice.
Notice Is hereby given that we tlio under
figned will not be held responsible for any
debts contracted bytiust Llndahlof tho Half-
Way House.
ANDERSON & FULMER.
International
Correspondence
Schools, 8onApAT'
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10 per oenl dlseuunt by cutting out this
ad. and enrolling bofore end of month.
IV, II. MeUOUGALL, Local Agent,
Nelson, II. C.
There Is only ono best mining Journal.
;���> That la
Mines and Minerals.
It has a largot circulation than any two other
American mining Journals becauso It Is tho
bost. It Is tho largest, best Illustrated and
hands.uucst mining journal ln tbo world. It
is a mining paper for mining men. Subscription price ,2.00 per yoar. Bond for free samplo
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THE  NEW AND ONLY
MAP
OFTHIS DISTRICT
Including the Fish ("reck eamp
and Upper Dune u River section, com.
piled by A. P, Cummins, 1'. L.S.,and 8
shannon. U. A., is now on sale at this
olllee. Tho ready sale of the map Is
proving all wo havo said for lt. Tlie
Trout Lako division is lithographed in
black, tho Lardoau lu rod,mid tho Ainsworth in bluo. F.von a tenderfoot could
take a copy of this map and find any
claim recorded ln tho three divisions.
The mountains, lakes, creeks, wagon
roads, trails, surveyed railway routes,
and thc location and name (bv a uu iijii.*
index) of every mineral claim in tlio
district is shown,
Next   to   Visiting   the   Country   In
Person t This Map Takes First Place.
In fact every geographical
feature Is so well define-i that one cau
seo at a glance tho nature of our country
and tho trend of tho elaim locations
gives an intelligible Idea of the mineral
belts running through the camp. His
certainly
The   Best   Worth   For   One  Dollar
ever offered in tho map line of a mining
camp. It is the first complete map of
the district and is selling well. It is fust
what you aro looking for. WE ALSO
HAVE A FEW MAPS MOUNTED ON
LINEN, WITH A GOOD COVER, FOR
TRAVELLERS OR PROSPECTORS,
WHICH SELL AT H.60. THESE ARE
THE BEST VALUE, AS THEY WILL
LAST FOR YEARS.
Address your order, with an
enclosure of a one dollar bill, [no
cheques, orders, etc.] to
Mining companies op others ordering
lots of 20 or more, raapB will be supplied at 50 cents each.
THE LARDEAU EAGLE,
FERGU60N, B.C.
United Hattors of Nortli America
THIS IS T II E
UNION LABEL of
Iho United Hatters
of North America.
When you are buv-
ng a FUR HAT,
ither soft or stiff,
see to it that Ibe
genuine U N1O N
Label la sowed In It.
If a retailer bus
loose labels in his
possession and oilers lo [nil one In a
hat for you, do not
patronize him. He
itnti not lui'j ikUitonavo loose labels. Loose
libels in retail stores are counterfeits. Do not
listen to any explanation as to why the hat
has no label. The Genuine Union Label is
i*erforated ou the four edges exactly the same
as a postage stamp. Counterfeit!* an- sometimes perforated on three of the edges, and
sometimes only on two. Keep a sharp lookout
for the counterfeits. Unprincipled manufacturers are using them in order to get rid of
Uieir fieab-made hats. The John til Stetson
Uo, of Philadelphia, Pa., Is non-union concern,
JOHN A. MOFFITT, President,
Orange, N. J.
JOHN PHILLIPS, Secretary?
11 707 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, N.Y
IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA
Capital Authorized. $4,ooo,ooo
Capital {Paid-up) $2,863,932
Hest    -   -   -   -   $2,438,395
IIKAI) OFFICE, TORONTO,
D. R. Wilkie, Cioneiat Manager,
Branches in Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba, N. w.
T. and British Columbia.
AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS,
Croat Britain���Lloyds Bank, Limited
United stRics-New Vwk, Hank of Montreal,
" " ���Chicago, First National Hank.
"       ������    ���San Francisco, Wells Fargo
���A: Co's Bank.
" "     ���St. Paul, Second Nat'l  Bank.
" "     ���Minneapolis First Nat'l Bank
���' "    -Seattle, Seattle National Bank
BRANCHES IN B. C.
Vaucnuvcr,  Revelatoke,    Nelson,   (iolden,
Ferguson Victoria,
SAVINGS UAM-C DEPARTMENT.
Interest allowed at current rates.
A general banking business transacted.
W. MACDONALD
Local Manager.
Time Table.
S. S. ABOHBE OB S.S. LARDEAU.
Running between Arrowhead, Beaton and Comaplix, commencing October 14th, 1901, will sail as follows,
weather permitting.
Leaving Arrowhead for Beaton and
Comaplix, twice daily���10k and 15k.
Leaving Beaton and Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twice daily��� 7:15k and
12;45k. Making close connections
with all C. P. H. Steamers and trains.
The owners reserve tho right to
change times of sailings without
notice.
Tho Fred Robinson Lumber Uo. Ltd
GlSTEBW
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   .   .   .
AltltOW LAKES, B.C.
Sttitat_d_mldst BOOnery unrivalled for
grandeur. The iwisl complete health
r.sort im tbo continent ot North America.
Its baths euro all Nervous and Muscular diseases. Its waters heal nil
Kidney, Liver and Stomach ailments,
They are a never fallitiR remedy total! metallic poisons, completely purifying the system.
TERMS���119 to IIS pel week, according to rcsideuco in Hotel or Villas.
All seosible people tra/iel by the
Canadian **\>i'
-Pacific' KV.
Is the conclusion unanimously agreed
to by the Travelling Public.
Speed,  Safety
Satisfaction
Leave TroulJLiike City Monday, Wednesday,
Friday 4:00 p. m.   Arrive Nelson o.OO a, in.
Leave Nelson 6.00 a.m.
Arrive Winnipeg, 2nd rinv. K;-'i0 a.m.
Arrive Bt. Paul 2nd day 6;ll) p, m.
Arrive ChiisajjO 8rd day 9;40a. m
Arrive Toronto 4tli day 2.46 p. lit,
Arrive Montreal 4th day fi;.'to p, m.
Arrive New York 6th day 8;65a, in.
Closo connection   for all eastern points
Through Tourist Sleeping Cars
 East	
Leaves Pun more Junction Dally for Si.
Paul,
Leaves Kootenay Landing Tuesday and
Saturday for Toronto, Montreal aud all
Eastern points.
Through  Bookings to   Europe
Via all Atlantic Routes. Prepaid Tickets at
Lowest Kates Issued from all European
countries.
Further Information regarding the "Only
Way" can be had on application to
E. J. Coyle,
A.G, P. A., Vancouver.
J. S. Carter
1). V. A. Nelson.
Purser, S.S. Victoria.
vE FU
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WE CARRY CARPETS,        \
LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS AND
CH IN A MATTING.
IRON BEDS a Specialty
$5 and up.
I sosisjto
Goods can be furnished to any part ol Lardeau on very short notice
as the service is such that delivery can be made in one day from Nelson.
No Charge for packing -�����������.����� ~-*.�� .,���...-���....��..,._.,.._ _..,,
Funeral Directors and
Embalmers.
(Graduate of Myer's College ot Embalming]
Can attend case at Ferguson at ten  ��
hours notico if advised by wire. !
D. J. Robertson & Co-
nelson, B. C.
Capitalization $2,000,000
In2,000,000 Shares. Par Value $1.00 Each.
  ^.^fc'  ���
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Three-quarters of the Capital Stock in Treasury, 25,000 sharos Simllku-
moon Valley Coal Co., Ltd., Stock, ten acre Smelter site tit Ashnola.
Three Mineral claims situated three miles from Ashnola.
3840 acres Coal Lands, near Okanagan Lake, having an ei*ilit foot .-eiiiu
of srood steam anil Domestic Coal.
Tho lirst 200,000 of theso shares have already been subscribeil.iml shares
are now soiling at 15 cents on calls of two and ono-half cents per month.
For Further Information apply to
R. J.  STEEL,
Official Broker,
Nelson, B. C
If you   .ire   building   or contemplate build,ijig 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.     Wnte: Sawyer Bros., Revelstoke, 13.-C.
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Dan Dunbar 1ms none to Fish Creek.
.1. C, Murray ot Trout Lake, was in
town Tuesday.
S. Daney received three carloads of
lay Tuesday.
A.   Fraser, postmaster   at   Beaton,
was in Ferguson Thursda j\
The hospital   will  bo opened by ao
"At Home" Xmas eve.
A Hillman Is giving a dance in  his
hotel at Ten-Mile tonight.
A nice  littlo  dunce  was given in
Eagle hall Saturday night.
St. Andrews' Day, Monday laBt,
passed away quietly in Ferguson.
A St. Andrews supper was given by
Sandy Laughton Monday night.
Supt. .las. Lado returned Monday to
the Oyster-Criterion on Fish creek:
Vincent Lade came in ou Tuesday
from the Oyster-Criterion on Fish
creek.
D. Little left Ferguson Wednesday
for Nolson taking tho Cummins bankrupt stock with him.
A. M. Stokes foreman of the Triune
mine, is spending a few days with his
family iu Forguson.
Quite a number of Fergusonites attended the dance at Trout Lake
Monday night.
Robert Laughton roturned on Wednesday from Scotland, accompanied by
his wife and child.
R. Wilson of Rossland, traveller for
the American Giant Powder Co., is in
Forguson today.
On Friday, Nov. 118th, a son was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Peterson at the
Nettio L. Mine.
Mr. Horton of Nelson, arrived in
town on Monday to take a position
in the Imperial Bank'
Titer*-, have been plonty of Turkeys
in town for tho past week and turkey
dinners were served at the hotels on
Sunday.
Wine suppers are becoming very
fashionable in Ferguson. Two more
were given this week.
From present appearances there will
he no dearth of snow iu tho Lardeau
this winter.
Judgo Ryan, of Ten-Mile, is visiting
the "Pay Roll" centre for a few days.
He gave the Eagle a call immediately
on his arrival in town.
E. G. llailow went to the Silver
Cup mine Sundai and returned Monday. He hud a hard tramp through
the newly falion snow.
. Mrs. O'Connor gave an "at home''
to a lew of hor friends Tuesday evening at tlie Windsor when a most enjoy
able timo v/as 6pent by those prosent.
Tom Miller received a telegram
Sunday to report for duty at Golden to
cook for the winter in a lumber camp.
He left Fei'guson Tuesday to acce| t tlie
situation,
Fully 20 inches of snow tell Saturday
sight at Ferguson. This on top of
what already lay on the ground makes
a depth of over three feet on the level.
Geo. Johnson of Trout Lake, paid a
visit lo Kevelstoke Friday, returning
Monday. He brought in another carload of beef steers und hogs for the
Lardeau market.
During a furious gale on Lake Erin
the steamer Sylvanius, .7, Macy, went
down with her crew of 16 men off Port
But-well on tho north shore of the
lake, The captain of the Macy was
W. W. Gotham.
S. Daney keeps his freight teams
busy hauling ore from the Nettio L.
and Silver Cup. Sunday ho put a
string team on the road leveller and
haulod it to Eight-Mile, packing the
suow down hard aud making a good
road bed.
Latest reports state that England is
experiencing sovore cold weather,
beating all records for November, ten
degrees of frost being registered in
many parts. Tho ice is moro than an
inoh thick on tlio Lincolnshire (ens
and other still water. Alroady a
number of deaths are attributed to the
cold.
I,"
loonifl Willi a L-aysU'eak,
Saddlo liorsos for stile.    We havo all
kinds and at all prices.    We can suit
ou.   Oaijr & Hillman. Beaton.
k
I AU the latest books, magazines and
periodicals for holiday reuding in stock
al the Canada Drug & Book Co.'s store,
i Revelstoke, B.C.   Prompt attention to
i mail ordors.
Ii pays to uso the telephone. Atrip
can often he saved to Trout Lake, Bea
ton, Arrowhead or Comaplix by using
tho phono. OIHco in Cummins & Co.'s
store.
* Smokers: If you want the genuine "Union" and "Our Special"
CIGAR see that "Union Cigar Factory"
is stamped in gilt letters on overy box.
���H. A. Brown, Kevelstoke, B. C.
* To got. acquainted with this district
you should havo a copy of the new and
only map. Send a one dollar bill to
tho Kagle and secure one at once.
D.J. Robertson & Co., of Nelson,
have just received a consignment of
the latest designs in children's sleds
and peratnbulutors.   Prices right.
FOR SALE���A four roomed dwel
ling house and.two lots on one of the
best corners in tho residence part of
Ferguson for sale on easy terms.
A pply to Eagle office.
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tJ wrajsr **4n}rj{n}s wwe*-qs ifru
i J PROFESSIONAL 3 j.
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If)   B- N. WILKIE, [
>1   V���'��� P. L. S. I-
P. L. S.
Provincial
Land
Surveyor
Ferguson and Trout Lake.
E
Surveys made anil Crown Grants
Obtaiued.
$ Olllco:      -       -      Trout Lako.
V	
ILLIA.M A. BAUER;
Notice.
1 glvo nntii'o that the partnership heretofore
existing Ijetweon myself hu,1 It. T. bury, under
tlie llnu mime of lt. T. Bury & Co., is dissolved
Uy me.
II. B. BATHO.
Nov. 14th, 1902.
Notice.
All Recounts due to the late firm of Cum*
mins..Oo., Perguson,B.C., must bo paid at
uneo to Fred 0. Elliott, Trout Lake City or to
A. C. Cummins, Ferguson, B.C.. or to the
undersigned purchaser.
THOMPSON IS, L. TAYLOR.
Nov. 12th, 1902, ltcvelstoke.
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DOMINION AND PR0VIN-     E
CIAL LAND SURVEYORS. *
Notice.
Anv Lime check issued at Lhe Great Western
Mines, Ltd., or Silver Cup Mines, must 1)0 pre-
ftciitt_.fl for payment at Hie above companies
offices by the man Ior whom ii is Issued.
DONALD (i. FORBES, Ma-imger.
4j perguson garber  I
I
When vou want a
GOOD SHAVE
E
LATEST HAIR CUT
3 Roy Jameson k
LllotorCold Baths in Connection.      Pr
A. YEND.
H. BUFF.
Kaslo
Brewing Co.
Manufacturers   of   high   class
Beer and l'orter.   We make a
Specialty ot Bottled Porter.
Keg and Bottled
.Beer
Is prune Stuff-
Mail orders receive prompt attention.
YEND & RUFF,
Proprietors,
KASLO,       -       -      -       B. O.
ii Surveys oi Mines, Mineral Claims and
���J Crown Lands.   Crown Grants. Oh- u
li tallied and Assessments Managed *.
*J for Ahscntces. k
11 Offices:   Camborne and Vancouver rf
i  *
J]   y     SHANNON, B. A. tf
1 ASSAYER anil ANALYTICAL |
I CHEMIST. *
*1 H'*,il<iuarter_ Tor Information Regarding *r
J; Larilcnn Properties. l|
���1 W.lte for lntormutlnn* -1
Jj Call uml see Samples- k
3 OFFICE:    VICTORIA AVE.. J
���j! FEUUUSON, B.C. -J
jJ . ��� f
|  TJOBERT HODGE, G
1- BARRISTER, ETC. j$
% Solicitor for S
* The Imperial Hank ��
a Perguson; B. C. tt
f       OFFICE-In the Ophir I.adc block.     -J,
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AKVEY, McCAUTER ,t PINKHAM,
Barristers, Solieiters, etc,
Offices: Rovelstoke, (loldcn. and Ferguson. Solicitors for Imperial Bank
ul Canada,
Geo. S.McCarter. 1. A. Harvey.
A. M. Pinkham.
TjlRED C. ELLIOTT,
Barrister,   Notary Public etc.
TROCT LAKE CITY B. C, AND
Ferguson, B, C. k
ji li/"    do V.le.MAISTREi J. M.SCOTT L
-i "       ��� %
]t Barrister, Solicitcr, etc. l_
1 '<'
8 REVELSTOKE, B. C. tt
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8 J. M. SCOTT, A. B. L. L. B. ii
j* \V, de V, lo Maistro, M. A. _i
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*'*ATv--i" *S-ri*��-Z8i _ts Tji* iyr _5*r2jr_}i.-ip 7,,,
|  FERGUSON   j
Having purchased tlio
PorttUBOfi Mont Market we
nro prepared tn supply out*
customers with till kinds o(
Fresh nnd cured meats. A
Rood supply of Hoof, Pork,
Mutton, Sausages, Haras
and Bacon  always on hand.
P. BORliS I CO,
THE  KING'S  HOTEL
Well lighted and heated by hot air
furnace.. Tables supplied with the
best the market affords.
,-��___.   Rates $1 Per Day  #f*
MRS.   A.   M.  STOKES,   Ferguson,   B.   C.~
| | McKinnon & Sutherland j g
Headquarters for Clothing
of All Kinds. Our Mackinaw-
Suits are rain and cold proof.
Groceries, Drygoods and
Hardware arriving constantly
by car Lots.
McKinnon <�� Sutherland
i The Post Office Store >
One car load of Groceries and two cat* loads vegetables   ust put Q
In stock.       Our stock of general merchandise is well selected and W&
H) complete.      We have a variety of Carpet Squares  that  will pleaso. (J*
Our special line this month Is rubber goods.   Ladies and mens' rub- Va
bers and coats, etc.   Wo have apples and pears for everybody. -I*
K
i G.  B.  Batho d? Co. j
PRIVATE DINING  ROOMS FOR
LADIES.
HEADQUARTERS FOP. COMMERCIAL AND  MINING MEN.
THEI
BALMORAL HOTEL
GORDON �� SLIN6ER, Props.
Cafe open day and night under same management.
SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION
Ferguson, B. C,  Opposite the Postoffice.
i Packing and F.^usoa��dPacking )>
���4 Freighting     ^;sfer 0utfit- \
Tt Contracts entered Into fnp nnekino* of Minini? Sunulies. 44
Contracts entered Into for paekin*** of Mining Supplies, ,
J* etc., to any point in the district. J J
Good, prompt servico, and tiny work undertaken guaranteed. Freighting from Thomson's Landing to Ferguson
a specialty.
Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C.     S. Daney, Prop. K
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D     C     \X7If QftXf    High Class Merchant Tailor,
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Any orders you may favor us with
IPill receive prompt
attention.
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<erguson
Hotel
McDONELL & BLACK.
Proprietors.
FERGUSON, B. C.
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