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latioii     than   any I
Newspaper   In   N. J
Kootenay. Best ad- I
vertising   m
Lardeau
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The representative
of the rich Lardeau
country. Sent to
any address for §2
per an, in advance.
VOL. 2
TROUT LAKE CITY    B.C., DHC. 14, 1905.
No. 7.
Gold from
The Creek.
Placer  Company   Have a
Test* Clean-Up with
Good Results.
Two Mer. Shoveling for Two
Days Secure 12 ozs. of
the Precious Me al.
Messrs. J Wagner >.f Moreland
Minn , and Thos. Lea vail of S| ..k-
ane, Wash., who have been looking
i.Itrr the work on tli.- Placer
grounds, left fur home Monday
morning. Tin'work will be closed
down nniil early spring. Before
quitting for lhe season, a lesti ean*
n|. war- made which   gave   returns
A Miner Gives     Ratepayers!      Oddfellows
His Opinion.
A   MEETING Of the Ratepayers
will   lie   held   ut   the   School
House on Tuesday night. 19th inst,
RIGHT IN THE MAIN. BUT A Ia*-* P*m»to*" the purpose of making
LITTLE WRONG IN
THE DETAIL.
an estimate of the amount required
for school purposes for the year
ending Dec. 31m. 1908,
II McPherson,
Secretary School Hoard.
Craig lit Crawford have received
lately a couple of the finest cutters
ever brought into the Lardeau.
Among other visitors from out
Card of Thanks.
We have received  the fol'owing
communication  from   Mrp. Hurst.
schoolmistress, who left for Vancouver on Wednesday morning 1
Trout Lake City, B C.
1 lee. 12th, 1905.
Dear Mr.   Editor,   Permit   me
through the  column*, of your valuable j.a|«fr to thank  my  many
friends for their great  kindness t"
toe •....ing mj illness her.-*.
Mav the r. ward In- theirs that
.lesus promised: "Inasmuch as
ye hav* done it unto one of the
least ..f these ye have done it unto in.-."- Matt 25-40.
Yours truly.
Mas. HrusT.
far ahead ol anything looked for. wide, with good ore for the whole
'In., .lays shovelling I.y two men w •' ■l'' • The values are found just
produced 12 ozs. of thp precious ■•• high at the lowest point touohed,
metal. Several nuggets were found ■*■ -bey are where first found near
running from six t.. twelve dwts. •••• surface."—Kootenay Mail
It is the intention of the management to instal a large pump and
.•pen up the work as early in the
*• ring as the wiatl.er wiil permit
Mr Wagner, while only interested financially In Ihe Placer Co
took a great inter, -t In onr lisle
mining, and expressed Iriuiself as
lieing 'l.oroiighly satisfied that the
Lardeau was a fruitful ground for
operation. There were many men
in his country. In said, always
willing to j ut 11 -c- in anv
mate mining proposition, and Uke
il.. ir rhance >'f success
Fun for Christmas.
A first o ass entertainment will
lie given in the Oddfellows hall on
Tuesday evening, December 26th,
by the Black Diamond Minstrel.-,
and one of thi he-t programmes
ever submitted in Trout Lake will
gn. unbounded satisfaction lo all
who witness it. The first half of
the . ntertainment will consist "I
ihe good old Christry order, with
ballads, choruses, stump-, bn at
downs and side-eplittipg quips
nml cranks '1 hi r< will b
interludes which will make you
roar, refrains will make you weep,
anil   get-hack-   at   which   y..n will
explode.   The entertainment will
conclude with a laughable one act
faros written  hy our Joe, entitled
'• (Join'.S.mc " If you're afraid of
laughing t... heartily,  don't   see
thia    Th casion should betaken
advantage of by residents of 1 ie
surrounding towns, as a really
good show ih promised.
ii. Harlow has left town for his
ranch on Arrow I.ake II.' his
sold    his   line   residence   on    Park
avenue to Allie Virs.
A Montana miner, who has been
spending some time at Ferguson,
say-: " That's going to I.r a greal
country, belter even than ha. been
claimed for it. Th,. „anie kind of
"re ha- been found iii a greal number of thr claims.  It is cold ore and
high grade, averaging round film side to town on Tuesday to attend
to the ton, a lot of it running awaj th.' hall were: Charlie Bullard,
Rbovethat. J, McDowe I. G. W.  Lemon, II .1.
'Most of the work done so far Ware, of Camborne; D.Z. McLen*
has be.n don.-.by the Alexander umi, R Uigginson, Jack Beaton,
Syndicate, a big English company, j W. and Mrs. Boyd, W. and Mrs
that own-, a group of claims in the
bill- north of Ferguson. In their
workings   I   saw   veins   eight   feet
ami
Strntt, an.l Miss Beaton of Ueaton ;
Barclay frilly. J. II. Wilson, !•'.
Lebeau, Alex and Mrs. Cummins
Misses Garrett, Mr.-. Slinger, lir.
and Mrs. Robinson and Mrs
Griffit, Ferguson.
A. E. St>v.'tis. representing the
("a.-b Register Co., is in this week
repairing A. G. Fraser'*1 register.
G. N. Alexander, of the Silver
Cup, came up 011 Monday's boat.
Jno. Morton, Fred Elliott, Mrs
Elliott an.l 0. B. N. Wi'kie re
turned from Nelson on Monday.
Entertain.
(iREAT SUCCE88 OF THEIR
ANNIVERSARY BALL. A
LARGE ATTENDANCE OF
BEATON, CAMBORNE AND
FERGUSON PEOPLE.
As entertainers tin- Oddfellows
royallv upheld their reputation
Tuesday night.   Their anniversary
ball   was   in   every  way a success,
Local Mining
Conditions.
OF INTEREST TO ["HOSE
WATCHING THE PROGRESS
AND DEVELOPMENT OF
THE RICHEST MINERAL
SECTIONOFTHE PROVINCE
Two ftet of iron and quartz
were passed through in the long
t liliiiel  of   the   I'i ward   this week.
The Pilol lead is expected to be
Curious Mining
Case.
About   .'.11    couples   participated,! tapped at any time.
many comma in from Beaton. Fer 	
guson  and  Camborne.    The hall
was   tastefully  decorated, floor in
good   shape,   music   good,  and all
Archdeacon Beer will conduct
the Masonic seivioe in the Anglican Church on Sunday. 24th Dec
Services will also be held on Xmas
morning.
Teddy Sanders   hates   shortly
for Midway, where he   has taken a
Rood  position  on  the Great Northern Burvey.
We arc sorry to report that .1.
W. Westfall in lying at the Kootenay hospital in a precarious con-
dition.
Christmas night a Grand Ball
will h>'given by the Miner'sUuion
at Camborne. Trout Lake and
Ferguson people are cordially invited.
The   chi dren's    entertainment
Another peculiar application
j.,,- , ome up before Mr. Justice
Martin. This was the matter ..f
Leslie Hill and the Canadian
Timber company versus sheriff
Humbly and deputy sheriff Vuill.
of North Kootenay, The complaint
was tbat the sheriff ami   deputy in
umki ..* eisure had charged undue-land Xmas tree promise- to be a
["here was a whole array of big success, Rehearsals have gone
legal tabnt present, A S.Wheeler ahead smoothly and the little are
appeared for Mr Hill, S. S. Taylor getting into good .hape for the
(or sheriff Bambly and F.C.Elliott eventful night, which is Saturday.
for Mr. Vuill. the matter seemed December 28rd.
Owing to the serious illness of
Mrs. Hurst, the school mistress,
the public school has been closed
for the past week.
The Broadview shipped a car of
galena on Monday. There is another  car  at  Horn-Payne cabins.
present  thoroughly enjoyed them-   The  ore  is   being rawhided  from
selves.    Mrs. Ilaner had charge of the  mine  to  the  later point, and
the commissariat department, and  from  thence  hauled to the C.P.R.
the good  things  provided   in tin   wharf here.
grill room of th.-   ball were high I \
appreciated.     The   committee in     ''""' N.   Alrxinler, manager of
charge  of  the  arrangements we..   the 1 erguson Mines, Ltd., reported
Messrs. N. Abrahamson.  M.   (.un
din. A.  \v. Edge,  Ed.  Mastdrsoi
and   J.   ll.   Haner. who are t.. li
congratulated   on    the   success  ui
the entertainment.
Trout Lake L..dge of < lJdfe_ov
whs constituted here  on Decern be 1
12th, 1898.    Tom Taylor, Jim 1
lie, Dan McLennan,  Jack Ham 1.
Noah  Abrahams on and   Pet.JDul-
keen   being  the .barter members.
They  fi.'.t   met   in the hall above
H nine's   store,     twenty   members
being initiated the lir-t night.  The
good points of the order were soon
recognized   and   the   membership
rapidly in-reased.     Iu   i901 it was
apparent that   the accommodation
of their meetii g place i\as not a.l-
e.plate, and a committee consisting
of   Noah   Abraliainsi.il.   Dan   McLennan   and   Jim   Ciirrio   Hg _•,,.
pointed   to  go   into   the mat1, r of
building  a   hall   which would not
on'y provide good quarters, b it be
a credit to the order and the ".own.
Architect  (leo.   N. Taylor wa- re
quested to draw up  plans,
•which
himself ns well  pleased with oper*
Silver Cup.    He re-
itcralrd his eonfl leneo not only in
■ he 1 roperty under his charge, but
in the whole .1 strict.
Work nn   th"  Mother  Lode   is
■ rngresaing favorably.   Work will
continue on this  property  all the
winter.
GRAND
CARNIVAL
as sb
FERGUSON   SKATING
IRINK.
Saturday Night   Next,
December Hitli.
GOOD MUSIC !       GOOD ICE I
LOTS OF FUN !
tmMMmWl
for
likely to be somewhat prolonged, I
promising a hearingjof a couple of |
days us several n itnessea have to be ]
, xamined when the court ten. r;. .1
that he understood that registrar
I M Bowman was tn Ontario barrister. Mr Bowman admitted the
fact and the Case wa- thereupon
[e'erred to him for bearing, the parti.- concerned agreeing to take his
decision as final.
After a 1 ause since  last Friday
the    price   of   had    took    another
jump this week on the Loudon
market, gaining five point*. Silver
also gained five points on each
market, I ondon and New York,
and is agamjatefi 8 8 cents. Copper rosi  1 - < il P°uud.
Monte Morgan returned to-day
from a trip in tl"' Slocan.
*,- illustrated article describing
lhe gr_vity trams of the Silver Cup
n 1 Nettie L   appears in tbe cur-
ran, number of the BC, Mining
Record.
pr. Cross, vet. surgeon, is touring the lower end of this oountry
in
Mrs  Lightburn, Arrowhead, was
a visitor this »tek.
Frank Fort in has returned to
Kaslo after having put in several
months in the Cariboo country.
Chinaware, su table for Christmas presents at A bey's drug store.
A large and useful as ortimiit.
were approved of. and in   1'JpJ tin
biii'.liiig was completed. The c -'
of building and furnishing amounted to about $5000, and the Oddfellows bad a home and. Trout
Like a building tha'. all are proud
of. 1 >n the ground ll >or is the
main auditorium and two well-
appointed offices. The second
floor is the Lodge room and coin
mittce rooms, and on the third
floor is u cosily fitted [up grill
room.
The j.res. nt offices are Oscar
Jaoobson, N.G., Charles Olson.
N.G., A. W. Edge, -ix. D. K
McLennan, tr.as.
A car of ore was ship[*ed from
thc Silver Cup on Monday. Several more nun have been put to
work.
As a mining center the town ol
Ferguson bas immense possibilities.     The   magnificent    wav   in
which the   ''Cup'-   is showing up.
the opening up of the Great Nor-
hern hill. Dav Morgan's Surprise
group being taken over by capital.
he operations of the Reward and
Metropolitan Co.'s., and the sure
re-opening of the Nettie L. will
giye tbis busy burg a payroll
which will mem the best and liveliest mining camp in the country.
A.  .1.   Gordon   and   bis f.
men arc doing   - im<  _ od work on
the Free C 'insge.
Our friend Steve of the Balmoral
is happy again. His grani-o
phone lina'ly got hack home, ami
his patrons will one more be entertained with music " fit for the
gods.
Bonn.—At   Beaton, on   Tuesday,
Dec. 12th,   to   the   wife of L. M
Grimmett,   of   Sandon,   ii   son.
Mrs Grimmett is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. Crawford.
BORN.—At Vane.uvcr, on Dec. 1st,
to the wife of J. J, Langstaff
(late editor of the " Trout Lake
Topic ''), 11 son.
Frank Lowery left for N. Ison on
Wednesday.
Bob Foian (Long Shorty), an
old-timer, is successfully running a
wood yard in Vancouver,
Sam Sutherland returned home
on Wednesday night from Spences
Bridge, where he has been on business connected with lhe grading
contract.
learch ol business.
II,,,   roads nre  now   in  superb
ndition for sleighing.
Dave Noyes has left the Fer*
guson hospital after being treated
f..r  a  cut   wrist sustained soiae
weeks ago al the local saw null.
The License Commissioners for
the district met al Kaslo to-day
for the purpose ..( granting licenses
for the half year.
For Xmas. fruits, confectionery
etc., go to Eraser's store. A. G
has everything you require.
Ladies, attention I Leave your
orders for the " Delineator " at thi
Review office,
Steve Slinger leaves for Kns'o
to day on a business trip.
The Provincial Bureau of Mines
has issued two mining bulletins.
No. 1 on " Windy Arm Mineral
Locations in the Atlin Mining
Division," by Mr. Wm. Fleet Robertson, provincial mineralogist,
and No 2 on "Mineral Locations,
Big Bend District in the Ravel*
itoki Mining Division," by Mr.
Herbert ('arm chael, provincial as-
sayer. Thi- i- a course, says the
Mining Record that will Im- generally approved, since the r. port-
will be of immediate lervioc to
many who will he gratified tobavi
them now instead of havng to
wait until the Issue of the next
annual report of   tbe   Bureau     As
an instance ..f the usefulness ol
bulletins ..f this nature we cite the
following, taken from a letter just
reccivtfl from a New Voik gentleman to whom we sent a copy of
the bulletin on Windy Arm : " 1
wish to thank you for enclosing
the report and map, It is an exceedingly satisfactory document
and will bo the means, I think, of
bringing a great amount ol cipit.il
from New V.«rk for the development of the district t.. which it
refers." [Wc trust eiiher No •'! or
No   I will be on the Lardeau -En J
W. It. Hollenbeck,  who   left   for
Portland, Ore ,   last   fall, writes us
that   he  is doing well.   Wo are
pleased to know tin-, an.l also '"
receive a 2-SpOt   for   renewal.     lie
forward' h***t regards toa'l friends.
The case of Cortiani and the
Jackson mines took up the attention of the court for some little
time at Nelson this week. W. A.
Galliher appeared for certain Nelson creditors, James O'Shea for
some lien holders, and W. A. Maodonald for the garnishes, the Jack-
son minos.
Shortly the case is as follows:
B. Cortiani is a contractor who has
been working upon tbe Jackson
mines for months under a profit
sharing contract made with the
Jackson mines by George Alexander of Kaslo. The terms of the eon-
tract read that lhe profits should
be shared upon the marketing of the
"rer-. No time was specified as to
when the ores should be [marketed.
It is c'aimed that to market the
whole of the'ore mined afthe present moment would entail a loss inasmuch as a lower price would be
the case a little later. Under these
circumstances contractor Cortiani _
men did not receivejtbeir wages and
Cortiani declared that be could not
pay '.hem untiil _Uch time as the
ore was marketed, and that he had
no control over the marketing as to
when it should take place. Thereupon the miners obtained liens
against the Jackson mines for the
work done. Creditors for supplies,
including II Giegerich and
Hunter-Kendricks of Kaslo, then
instituted proceedings and others
in Nelson. Griffith A- Co . th- Standard Furniture Co.. Kootenay Biver
Lumber Co. and T. S. Macplierson
followed -nit. Some of the
actions being brought in Kaslo and
some in Nelson.
W. A. Maodonald for the garnishees said that he bad a small
sum in hand which lie was willing
t" pay into court, and that there
was an additional |I,40U which
would cine in later.
The order made afer lengthy argument wasKthat the garnisee-.
should,* my into court all the moneys in hand, and those realized bv
the sab- of ,,re- mined by Cortiani,
where they shall remain. The issue
to be trie I is between the lien hoi-
nd judgment creditors, plaintiff-, and 'debtors, defendants, the
issue t" be delivered within ten
days. One ca-e is to Ih selected as
a test case, which shall govern the
others an.l will he heard at the
next sitting or county court
D. Stevens. C.P.R boiler inspector, is in ..ii his periodical in-
pector of thess. Procter.
All the hotel'Vouks arc working
overtime   in    anticipation    ,,f   the
big spreads at Christmas.
WWatUW
Grand
Entertainment.
TUESDAY DEC L'Crii.
i;KAND XMAS ATTRACTION !
" Black Diamond
__  __ Minstrels/'
All Local Talent.
Also a screaming fare in one Act.
"GOIN'   SOME."
By J. J. Atherton. BHH	
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TH_: LARDEAU M!N!NG
REViEW.
Is l'rinif.il at Trout Lake ill y, una PublUhe.
ut .erguion icul Troul Lake even rhursdn:
Til" K 111 >r 'I i ". ..I no: 1 hlmsull renpoii
itblofo-l .■ ipiiilouaof oorreepundoiiiiiex.
pi'oiseil tn Its columns
All local* will be charged al   Iho rule nf 14
n»llts per I Inc. dl'Hl ll.rie.Tli.il, ro.'! 10 .-.nil- |"-,
Hue each lubieqnenl Insertion.
i'.-i ne, ior I'r'iu'-. I mei other r, ivi-o .Ins
will t a ion le km v ti on upi Hen:Ion ..i oflice
9 i iscrlnii...i 12.11 n vear, In niivaiice,
tTiout Xafec    mmmsmW'
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w**.
l_ t5o.
It..
Hv us'ng Water supplied   by th |
g)   Company yu arc assured of abeo-
•_•   lute purity,   Government Analysis
@    to back up statements. ::::;::
Hugh McPhcrron - - Supt.
1'nt Cantwell  has gone   over to
Camborne to pul in n few shifts.
Tbo Provincial House meets
Jan. 1 Ith, and wo trnsi '.h.\<. the
legislation enacted will prove bi Frank   Abey   and   Rev.   >
ficial.   The " powers that be " will   >Vr; , ,. Camborno 3vmd,lv t0 i
21. W. EDGE
sters
.ti
>n-
havc  more  strength   than I ereto-
fore both in   men.hers and t! •   -
Isfactfon   of   knowing   that   their
coursi   dui Ing their ti r.n of oflice
lias been up; ro\ d of b) tin
in c mstituenci is ivhii h in thi
eral     ■   ' i ■ liberal majori
ties.    Hi tish  Col imbia   is on the
eve of in era of pn and nil
menib irs of the Ho iso nho .Id en-
d lavour, indcp ind nl of political
lines, to do their besl i > en
islation which will attract nol only
capital bul a g iod 'I I 3 of eilli.ia-
tion.
duct services,
Fainter -—*
Decorator.
IMOTICT
l*R lUT    I  .KI
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after ilnte, I intend the Hon
Chief   . !
I lie*
anav timber from I
dt»s.   .Ire.l Ir: -1 in Wesl
mint .Ifstrii i.
- ■ | il Seldon Dai <) -
ivi .-i  con narke I i'.   J
Devine _ north eael coi ner   .   Rt,
repairing,   etc
-i 8 ' chains, then re n. itli r-      oi
Guaranteed
•iG. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
All work
1 roi
• point i nceineni.
1 . .1. DE.INE.
■  B.C., Nov. 18, :
I
NOTICE.
N i j
nl er date I intend to apply t.. the Chief
-   f 1   mis and \\   rks for
n special licence tn en. nml carry a\va3
from   •! .'   following de'-. ribed
• - s    an I in V    I  Kooteda* Pis
oul of
be  run ,
We    : Oti.   '    !   :.      Ill
nian "  of  Kaslo  1.
politic- and n i	
n- an indej   ndenl pu
its energies de vol   1 to tbe upbuild
ing of t!ic city and district.    This     Krcm n post planted on thi rihensi
isaprais worthy ambition ol IJrer  •Meofi.ardeau creek about K ml      -
,' • "  ni Hnlfivav creek and marked Selrloii
Webster, a d we trust  he will   re-   Dai ■>•'   n rtl i-we.it i .rner post, running
<• ive all k
if encouragemi nt.
| east SO chains, thence south 80 chains.
1   hains, thence to rt li 80
We  Bometimes think of dropping chains io point of commencement
polite - i, but we know it .
would be us less  i .  promise anything of thai nature, a i i ur i oliti*
cal   . ditor   >v m d   jump Lis   job
unless   i     could   give lhe   ol
party !?! ?!?! once a month.
DC
.DON DANEY.
N. i*. is. [905.
:R_II :    \!l   OF THE REG1STRA-
riON OF AN EXTRA-PROVfN-
i'l \l. COMPANY.
mM, W Late, B.C
AM the Latss.
Magazines on
Sale at "The
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Review.
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SmoLers' 6*ipp5i23 in
great, variety.
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Iiciiiio,   McBride ought in jus-  ,,,,, v
pa ers establish
as an I my under
carry
■ objects ol
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tice t ■ Hie liberal
an   information
ib.'iii  post! d  as to his
and outgoings.
bill.'ill!   to    keep
omi   .   which
ih* Company lo which the legislativi
antho I   .-.,■..■   if Hri.'isl
Colnmbia 'Xlends
The le .el office of the Company it
situate  al    No.   Sol   Qtiinn-Sharplcis    ,
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Printing.
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Fli i   Job
NELSON, \i. C.
has for the poet I cenpub- Building. S  I tl   Street, in the oil
i: i    I i . ,    ., Phil ..r : lie    untv ..i Ph
li9ht:d :"     v -' Ap"l pl.ia and .Stale of PennsylVanitt.
eeose publication, and tho ' Nelson     r| cf the capital of tbe Com
,,.,,.,,,.     ....       ,      .,      . r..      s i no I und    I  tin usand do
Dail-   \ Itletti     will then bepiloU>d mdred   tli usarui
into the j
i ' '        my in
same management.     lhe  now de- . ... ,. ,     ,„„.•„ „,-
fnnct Tribune p'ant has been pur-   rrout 1 irehart,
i        ii.  ,i      I.        mi. i   Mine  Mnnn ,   ivlioie sddresa  is the
chased by the  Rev. Mr. Baer, ai I .„„,*.„ ,,. .
tbe".'   Ison Daily Advance"  uill   -v"   • ' and transfei
_
illy   iii dted
under
The time of (he •
I'.tnv is ii.:v ytars from the i.-ili dav of
n  in '1 r my t 'i"d   and  r • -I nf
....    I'ryvi ice ol iin:i*li
C 'lumhirt, thia !8t'i dav of October, one
• humlre I unrl live.
s. Y. WOOTON,
it .: strar 11 lolnl Stock Companies
Tbe objects for which this company is
I ..   ! n iri- .'.■• I arc:
I o  ;i    :fn -.■ i •   othoru i' e   acquire
i wn. leu . ii■ ■ ii di velo'i an*
. pi I vc r, co p pe i
. .. '• or < i*mls :
Bbortly sprim* into . • . In
the meantime there ore ru nors of
yet another daily paper ior the
-.im.' city, which goes to prove that
Nelson has great faith in printer's
ink. ['. "i.e. without saying that
the   Nelson   Daily  News ."ill sur-
viv. thu "ideal, and Were it po -i-
ble for tbis journal to leave politics
alone, a newsii r, clen er Bheel it
would be hard to find. It has
inn.le several  bad political breaks
Genera!
enchants,
ra
Trout   Lake   City  Transfer
'   * - -   *m*mmAwmmtAmm\'
and Sta*?e Line.
| Ferguson    j|
| TroutLaks |
WCWt<KW\\'.W
I
g Daily S'.azo will
$ leave  Ftjrguson M
7 am.
_
' Trout Lake at 0 ?
K
-   _T.-i  T- —  r-
■
'I I -    Towi
1
Is   the   linn,   fir   you io     BI
tn Buy I.' t*     Ncvi r «- re     a*
ih   r   -| r. ts   f Ferguson   'S
SO   I i ..'bt. ■■■
I
sin cesi \, |
l.llllietolls    WICA.
if   .ERGU80N
I ■   ..ne of   || ,.    (iieal.rd
I'i."In. illg C hi,| x  jn   i|l(.
I he  I i, I.   degree nf
A    l.v     tin.
I'yii-   imi
PRACTICAL   i.KiUjl   and
VM KRICAN MI N INi;
i O.MPANIK8 i ow operating
• hi re Is a tiibti ■ in Hie
t emendoui n a tl    ftho bills
M *) M MM! FERGUS®.*' H0TEL
fjcp*
i*9,*m}JL.\gfmW
Tho noted home for travellers vleitln*
I'fruuiKjii, B.C.
well ituckod I'.ar of the choicest Liqouri  W
MoQonnell A  E3l«ick
nee, etc.
Proprl«tori
$
.■..*.
...
_
f
HI.
'I'm
NOTICE.
Ij .uli mineral  w»jiii,   illuUi in   tlie
,,,i„',!:iV!"""' •■'■•"•"«>"' ■».-■.::..,t
tiglSilM-iSS .,'^.am^,m «••-•• •*>'■■
ink-n.,11,., ,|,_( |t o.«.w. VV llkle. agent fer
rv".«..e'i -1 it| free miner1!oertlflcnte No,
.Ti,_ , '''V1' *_•*•* Mys from the il ne bere
u/i,S2tW >'""•" Mli'l'.S I "'"fl" for a err-
,,;"•"!"   iniprovemeuu for iin< i ..r.»,.e of
a_i f "o '''""'" Orant of the above olaim.
••_•. f"rlll"r »*.!<« teitieetiiki aetlon, nnder
!Sk«2?_'.m_* '" eoinmenoed before tbe It-
auanee_of iuoh oertlfloaU of ImprovemenU,
Dated una *,•., j„ v ,„ ,,,,,,1,.^ A ...  ,;,,,,
0. II. N. WII.KIK,  r.L.s.
.BOUT  I AKK.
It |_.« to im. il.,. relsphone, A
lengthy trip can ..ften be saved, Offices
at Fergus' n: Cummins' Store ; Trout
Lake, Poet Offices also at iiraton, Cuin-
aplii and Arrowhead.
oct 6
[Legal Notices.
^■fktiucaTI-1 ok  IMPROVKMBNT.
NOTICK.
<jol.l   ■«' "■' '■•'..■ '-' ,   lolden Chest No,
jgM}:.''!'"■>. and I.i.lie mineral olalms
^Hi <!,•.' i i the Trout I.ake Mining Divi*
HHei. d U'l-Ht Kootenay district.
W'.'-to   located:   One  and   ens  hall
jnlle       ".' I. w     l    from    I.,      i   w;i    of
Pop      '■•■''
Xxv   .. ci' r* that I,  J .im  Keen,  free
min.'   . ' • liflcate No. I'.'-i''..:. intend
list;   i»yi afnir (Utt hereof, to apply to
^■Mining Heeorder for Certificates of
(!rai' .•.'"■muni*, for the purposed ibtain
BC'i*ii granta ut ths above claims
^■i, I (ai u.er  take  notice that   > tion
and    i'l'tinii ,v7 iii.-.a: I.r  com
bef' Icate i
Imp iremants      Dated this 31st day of
Oct  .'tr, A. I)., 11106
. ^i)6 Jims KEEN
BU
Ir
V
v>
the
Ur
two
mi:
T.
act
NOTICE.
i Diamond mineral claim   «      ti
tlie 'i r.jut Lake. Minil %
•it Kootenay district.
Iiere  lorate.t :  On  dii Ida   I
eitli fork ol tie- Booth Fork
-i i nvrr and Bouansi ere
nilsa nortrferly fr.nn the Ami rlcan
NOTICE.
I'l.i' k lea: md Mineral Claim lituati
Iii ths   rrout Lake  Mining Diviili n i I
v. sit Kootenay District   Where locate i
One hall mils north of IU .inn creek.
lake Notice that I, II. McPhl
»l • ' for lhe Hcattl'i-Ori'gon Minil ,
Oo., 1 r... Miners'Certificate. No.B8318
Intend elxty dayi from the .Ui.
here .f toapply to the Mining Records
lor a Certilicate ..I Improvements fo
I ■ urnoae ol obtaining a Crown gran
"f ■ ie »! ova claim.
And f irther uke notica that actioi
under se ti in 37 must bu commence
bel ire the issuance oi iuch Ccrtificah
ol Impr ivementi
Dated thii 23rd dav Bopt. *..'>. 190r.
ii.'Pt 28
Notice To DEUatlOKNT I'O-ovVNIItM
Halcyon
Hot Springs
Sanitarium
To James (irant,  H.  (i. Mscl eo.1 ami
Jainej  'touchier, or to   whomsoever
they may lave transferred their inter**.', in the I-late mineral claim.
Take ndticu that I, the undersigned   I JnHnr
' i' A-ner with you in tl c - lat   i il
. laim. iituate o'n Bouth if.le ol Lardeau
river betwesii Rapid and Poplai ereeki
in tin i ioi!i j.ate Miniug Division ol
West Kootenay! hsvs performed tbe
iieceamy work and made the necessary
■'ipendiiure on the above mentioned
'•lana for the yean PJ04 and ItfOS, in
.rder to hold the tame under section -4
of ths Mineral Act, and the yeara for
which raid work *a*: performed ami ex-
pen iitnie made haviiig expired, I hereliy K.ie J'OU notice mat if fcilhui 110 dayi
roin  the   limt  publication hereof vou
ARROW  LAKE,  B.C.
New  Management
HARRY  McINTOSH,
i if lhe Hoffmann Hon e, Ri -.-.land,
Proprietor,
<ra-£_ _?-_*
The Molt complete health retort on
the contiiiMiit of Norlb America. Ao-
commodltlnni for   loo guests.    Mood
tithing, boating and Inint.ng
I
Balmoral Hotel.
\ initore  to Kergui* n  may rely upon  the very belt of
accommodation at this well-known hotel    Rooms are
-vvell  furnished thiooghout.    The Har ie stocked wilh
a choice assortment of palatable queuchere.
Under the Management of S. Slinger
n
m
       <■•"        ttin.      i'   .io. nu   in     ii.   i i-i'i      SVMIi   —
ite your | ropor-l j.er"is $12 oo to ?1h.oo per weak, accor-
j Notice that  1. 0   B  N, Wilkie,
«.* tK'r nt f'.r the i sattle 11
I Co.,   (•' MC.   No   B8 IS ., in
tilly dayi from   l   a   '     •
to -the Min r for a
ate ol   1  .pi" eme its,  ' .
; ioae   I   ■ itaining a frown '.r^ il ol
above claim.
Ind further lake notica that a -
rl»r lei lion
ll • i oi *
-
id   thia   6th   da; of Oct.,  a.d,
JO. It N   " ILKIl
NOTICE.
Bdwarda mineral claim, situate
[the Tronl lake Mining Division of
■'    \ • lt«   i.V d.e' lit.
IVhere lo i> I   On Bilver Cup moan*
i    about l,**j  miles from Bilver Cup
Rrer Pox,mineral claim,   tituato In tn*
-  Mining in. u. in       .....
*...>• Ji.11   i
■ -• In B mania • rn., r.bou:
.ulb-eeal  form   Black  l.iaiii<jno
il claim
a that I, o.B.N. Wiime, tgeni foi
' • Veigh, fr-e miner"! certificate  No
■'.. il cl    lay*, from Ibe data h-re
lotUc Mini  ■ ll.   ir ler r..r . I -.
aula, for tbe purp *t i I
lug « ' r iwa u - .1 ■■ lb  ab ivt i aim
".«e notloe -.out ». ii"... indei
-   ■  in t be •   mmei ced befDn     -  i
luance lOcaK of ImprovemenU,
Data l mi. Mb 'i«> r,i oet...*T. A.l... [tut,.
• 0. 11. N   WILKIE, 1' IJ.
TROUT LAKE.
i are ol aui h .■.; enditure and
11 , Ivertieement your
' ie ...'. mineral claim will
'■rty of the onderaign&d
. virtue "I le.iii.n t ..f the
lent Ai t, 1900.
Dad ' at I rout I ..«.- Ihli 17U. .lar of
July, i JAMEH .-Ml.1.1..'
I     'laner
ing to residence In I,Me! .-
doctor In i.tiendan-e.
I' r Cm tl ei pai '.JJulars apply lo
Harry Mcintosh, Proprietr
[IALUYON HOT SPRINGS,
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
EVCRTTllIfQ   RBI
AND     riBHT-CLAHH   IN   ALL RI_rE0T8
Fire  Proof Safe
The beuM ll atoeked with ua n-.«l Wlaet .ai n,.n •atbtra.rtet.
Trout    Lake,
The GE^
IT
RAL HOTEL Revelstoke
Frederick Oharlre
B8S042, it-ting ne
Weetfall, F.   ,C.
,  aixty   • i ■ ■ fr. r
to apply   lo   the
ll ler   fur   * ' Icate ot
..-r.'.e,   for   the purp  H Ot "h-
t"ai** nol Ice 'hat I
I    •■    I   M i     No
.-   j • n VV
KS4, intend
_l    •■
Hi      .  a (,'roivn   lirant of  the   .
■a  ...
I •      i irther uke nonce that a
er ■■   »■- ' em   17,  to ii ' I.- romn e
be   re the Issuance otsuch Certificate
•ef ivemenia
■ l1. e : this llth da) of Aug., * .
18
NOTIOS TO DELINQUENT 00-OWNER
in !'. P..  McLennan ..r to wl     ■ erei
tve traneferred h.e iuteri at
in the Embro mineral claim.
'lake  Notice that I  the   undersigned
o-owner with you in the Embrumin-j
eral claim'eit.ia'e on eontl, eideof bar- I
. » i  r .--    .     I and 1     .
■reeka ill the Trunt i.ake II. ning division I
ol \\. K ' itenay. have performed the ne
cessary work ana mads I  eneceaiaryez
n.-r. Iiinri)    ou    the     ali.ive-nieiit. ined (
* for t!.'- \eiri 1.   i an I 18 '., in
order to hold tl.t* same under lection It
i.f the Mineral  Art, and the yean fur
... h .a: I «..rk »a' performs 1 and ex-
penditnre mads having ex; :r-l, I hereby give yon notice that if within ■"'
days from '.ha tint publication hereof
•. .rn l^i. or rehiee to contribute your pro*
. I'.r- iliarcof audi expen.bt'irean.i
pay the costs of thii alverl.aeinent,
v ar Intereal in tlie aaid mineral claim
Kill bi -   property of the under-
inder and by virtue of »eciion *1
■  ■  "....eral Act Amendment Act
.
Dated at Trout Lake this 6th day of
raei> t'. EuiOR.
,',|J5 Co-Owner
NOTICE.
1 Quee ral claim  aitnate
in  the        ut 1 .^» mining diviaioti of
■-■''• ... ict.
\\ hare located : '... Silver Cup mountain, about 1J< miloa from Bilver Cup
mine,
rake notice that I. Frederick Charlea
Elliott, yy.C. No. 1I8H042, acting ae
agent for Charlea L. Copp, F.M.C No.
B83188. Charles McNicholl, K M I .
No. B780U, and John VV. Westfall,
F.M.C. No. B8.964, intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Cerlitii-ate of
Improvements, for the purpose of ob-
:?. ning a Crown Grant of the above
claim.
And  further tako notice that action,
under aection  "7, timet be commenced
before lhe iieuai.ee of Certilicate of Im*'
provements.
Dafed thia llth day"of Aug. a.d. 1905.
IS-8-1UU5.
When looking for a plscs to spend
your holidays, bear in mind
•.■.. Trout   Lake   is   an
ideal   summer   resort.      The
scenery and climate are magnificent
A
Pointer
V
The Ttrand Hotel
ROSSLAND
IS
THE |
Place to Stop at
WHEN IN BOS8LARD.
ll   '      -r-r  Ibe »-. M   I..-:_jr ur,.t
E. R. VIPOND
Trent Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A SPECIALTY.
_ic_.'e* tt Trout* Lake.
TIME   TABLE
Review Job Dept. %
High-Claai Work.
*    r\ i_ rl /-*. r*. -n 7 •   '
— Ull \X\JiJj tt   ; __J    n  •,       _[er«  th.-   via
Hotel
sia
S.ndy Lstughtoiri
Proprietor.
will   l..   sum i de<l   with
uiforis.    Exeelleul
. ■;,..,     «re 11   »i ntilate I
an 1    w ..nn    rooms,   wll
stocked bsr,  and  everything wl i a
i  *   ir ii-.t a
■jli-nsanl aud insn   i i le nue.
Bates from J! il»y u)>war.l».
\ya ..;, |ve ... i'. see our ; fttr. ds,
ra
i'i       A.
SRGUSeN.
S.P. ARCIIliP or S.S. LAR. 12AU.
ltnnnlng betaeen Arrowh'-r. i, Uea
ton and Ci.uiaplli. onmmenolog < >>'. ■
tier H'.h, 1903, **l!l .ail an (niljnr-
weather permitting.
Leaving Arrowhead for Beaton and
Comapl -  • ■      dally--I     ■   I 6k.
Leaving •■  .t io a: il   I nmaptli '
Arrowhead, -     ally— ?:l*>k  ana
451c.      Making    e'.r.ne     c
with allC. P. It. Steamers and trainH
Oavi, <_ Loder - - Prop,!TROUT    LAKE    HOTEL
Royal   Hotel
. >   the
of    aalllnga
The owuera
change tlms.<
tiutl.e.
Th« hsnplrc Lumber Co
8   I   '"
«.thiii-
Limited.
Fancy Bar,
Musical Entcrt-lamcat
Bulletin  Beard, World's
Mining New*.
Exc e!Iei\t   Accommodation
Best* Liquors
And Very finest Cigurs   H
L,
,rand, - prop. jc ^n Simpson,      Proprietor.
mi rf!ff!wmmwfflmwm??fmfflt?!t??wfflff»t?mf?THT!Ttt?>g- mm_. wmmww
m
I MACKINNON  and
SUTHEEL M)
-itdtd
FERGUSON - - B. C.
njss
,1?   f^»^
i
?3
T
kHERE have benn fortunes
iimde by Judicloue iovest-
ii'.iut in Ke.il Estate, and
ni'.re fortunes *iil be made than
iver the n-xt tr.-o or three yeara.
Tho mie win. re;*.;.H the hurvt*.: ia
tli<» original ln?eator.. for he hit)
his money on*a rot taint v.
Now let us point out to you that
there i» no better spot on Ibe Con*
tinent I" buy Real KsUte than
TROUT LAKE.
Trout Lake in th* prettiest spot
in the Kootenays; ns a pleasure
resort it has no equal. Boating
Rn.l fiahin," tuny bo Indulged In
the year round ; while bi_ ^"ue
in abundance ie to tho foil ml on
the hiilr.. Its cliin.it.' Is superb,
there being no great extremes, It
br-ing mild in winter ami cool ill
summer. It can boast of s .me of
tho fine.,t hotels and r: ."idetH'cs in
British Columbia. Ita Btr*otn are
well laid not and graded. There
up* two excellent cpu.-ri.l m^pp,
an.l n glance al the advertlsemi I tl
in tl«it* journal will show that »'l
trader, are fairly well represented.
Writ*, with confidence to Agents,
WM
a-ir en
Lots c_n be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Make your
selection at
once.
i
aa
H. McPherson
Agent-
TrOUt Lake, B.C.
Thrn caJI
or   write
on
to
£f(r
r hi I t.i ver bad a ' boom " -its
growth Has been steady. It is
the I.i nd tf r.avipatliin, and
Ihe ti rn ii al of tl e Lardo i rani h
of U.e C.P.R. All roads (in the
Lardrau) bud to Trout Luke. It
Ih the (. nnn. irl cipite of the
rill, rt r. im ral district on the
i< utinei t, ai d has banking fuel 11-
ties jn vided by tbe Imperial
Tank of Canada ; first-claBa school
iniimi. datlon under the d
Hon of B. Shannon, BA.; a pood
wat» r BJ ati m ; govirnmrnt c ffices ;
County Court sitting*; With'diet
Episcopal ard Anglican churi-'hee
aid cituge hospital.
Tl.ere are valuable ranch lands
on the outskirts ^waiting setllcra.
Its lumber resources are magnifi-
cert, nt ii a bnnt! faw mill with •
caparilj of 60.000 ft. irr day Is at
tl o bead of the lake. The mines
tributary nre pricing out bigger
producers every year, with n.w
pro*| sets i pi nil g up rich bodies of
ore.
There will be a big rush this
fear, n> if you would know
moro, write st once to either of
the hi*i iitn nt tin addresses below.
Ik
M
s
_. B. Wei
Genera] Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
|   Revelstol
d
t_
luiwU^iiUUUlU4lliUi^.4d44ii4(UUirM^4a4tU!^MiiUIUllMlii»in(aU.iUliU,UiiUUl I
■ ft
..ir-
-» t -
K    ,-,► at^ii   i#m      -« U
Ferguson
Freightint;
and
Packing
Outfit.
itioirw ■ ... executed at the Review JobD^nt
■" ■■■■■■—-■     -.-.——_—_-_._,— ——■■—*— -       — i ■ i    .111 i ... ,»»„,,    j _, _(i_ ^ p* *hi
:' rvj. .-■
LLGAL
I «T .   .: !
\   !__
Contracts entered into for packing of Mining Rnppli a, ere '
io mi'' in.hit in the district,
11... ..I. prompt sen i.v, and nn> work n n. ler In ken gnnrai I
aatisfacloiy,
S. DANEY, Prop.    Ferguson
***1
W.   Abrahamson
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
1' R 1' I) C. K 1.1.1 OTT,
BARRISTER, NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Trout Lake. B. C.     and Ferguson,
leo.S, Mi'l'iii'M r. J    A. Ilimiy
A. M. I'ISKIIA.M
HARVEY  McGARTER _ PINKHHAM
SOLICITOUS,  Ivrc.
REVELSTOKEr I 1    C
.Helton (>" Imperial itr.i.k nl I'miml...
' i
'     r_
City Drug Store
.j
PROPRIETARY
MEDICINES
PRESCRIPlION
WORK.
13
Of
Bohool Supplies.
Toilet Articles
Etc.  '
BTBICTLY CASH
J'
Get a Home
For   Yourself.
Don't Pay Rent.
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
Head Office:
ONTO,   ONTARIO.
Capital authorised, *i.ooo,ooo
Capita, [pni.l up) •   3,600.000
(test   -       -      -    8,500,000
Branches In the Northwest Territories, Provln   f ol Iiriticli Colombia, Manitoba,
Ontario an.l Quebec.
T, R, MEKRITT, Preisident. P. K. WII.KIK, Vice-Pres.and Gen. Man.
E. HAY, Assistant Hen. Manager.      \v. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector
:. URIUG8        J. M. BCOTT, ll.b.
Scott &. Briggs
Ban istera an.l Solicitors
1,
Bolicitora (er tlolaon'a Hank.
REVELSTOKE   -    B. C,
crJ -:s '*?•**,>•_*-•■.?
Trooi     l.mkt,    B.    I'. Branch-*.    Uentr.l    li.nk.lng    Putlnrru    Tr.siacled
Bavinga Department—Oej^sit? reoeived an.l interest allowed.
Easy Terms.
U.BN WILKIE, P.L.S.,
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mineral Claims Snrveyed
anJ Crown Grants Obtained
Draft* **.>l<t avRlliil.li* In all |..irir< nf Canada,
I 'nltcl Sluli-H nn.l Eunipf.
Spoclnl .Itri'llnn-Klvpn In eolKetlOOl and
Mlnli t Ir ...t«.
T. D. BAKER,
"lan.iger
tic Lie no.—Next Record 0*llc«r,
Tronl l...k*. Il .
WOOD    VALLANCE    HARDWARE CO- LTD-
Hardware,  Mioera' Sr   [.lies, Stover
an.l r.angea.
fMEt_SOfV,  B.C.
ALEX.   CRAWFORD
B THK   PIONEER
Lavery and Dray Stables
Pack ami Cartage Horse" Always for Hire
Freighting Packing and
_________________* _B
RE8ERVE,
KldllT OF WAY  FOR   RAILWAYS,
ETC.
Notice is hereby given that nil Crown
lands along the located lines if any rail-
«;.>. power, or tramway company, incorporated uii.ler authority .rl the
Legislatureo( this Province, and having a width oi fifty "... leet on each
nide oi aaid lines, srerei*erved lorrighl
of way purposes for such railway, power
' ..t tran.Hav company.
\V. s. GORE
I'n iity Com, (f Lands an.l Works,
I.anils A Works Dept,
Victoria B.C , srd Oct., 1'JOG.
w r A  FULL LINK OF CHOKE STATIONERY     k, a
fi    ' in
L : ——____ j,
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE,  li   c.
Best Hotel in Town,
Headqaarters for Mmiun aid CommerciaJ Heo.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   F-|RST CL_AS9
D. R. McLENNAN,   PROPRIETOR
TROUT   LAKE   LODGE   I. O.O.F
Ml. 41
Regular meeting*, bald ...
lhe Lardeau Brewing
 Company —
■ ■■ma       _ re.  I     r  I, . . Mniiv hfl.I I h
V,T_W-v7i_r ."I'i.  :•''.'-    Hull   n.r.
m_!.**** _■*■■»»       roaadut nighl hi   *
VX^, A*ZT "'''ir"K     .•iMit.ng broth-
^"5^1*******^ nr. o 'I'liiiUy walooma
Teaming a Specialty
♦♦»♦♦««-»
NOTJCS.
Teti'lers for Minerul Claim Forfeited
totbe Cm., n.
Tenders will be received by the on*
derrigned up to 12 o'clock, noon, on
Friday,the I2tb dnyof January, 1906,
for Hie pnrcbaae ol the mi.ferment oned
inn.eral claims, wbirh nc* forfeited t>.
the Crown at the T.ii Sale held in lhe
(iovernment office at Kaslo, lie, on tbe
7*t11 clay of November, 1 ( 4.
To be considered, nil tenders must be,
nt lanst, equal tn Ibe upset price as
given below, which is equivalent to the
amount for whi.n imli claims could
bave bei'n repurehssed l.v tbe owner or
ownergon the tlOth of June, lHO'i, to
cetl.er with the taxea which have accrued since the im aale, the c.sl of ad
vertiaing tor tendqje, an.l Crown granl
fee
Name of eliiim     Lot No.    Upset price
Little Molilalia       281*9 177.80
Polrski '.S'.'O 48.79
Each tenilor nmst he accompanied by
a certified cheque hi the lull amonnl
thereof, nayabls at imr at K;.r-!.., In
laior ol the ur.!er«iptie.|. The cheque!
of all unsuccessful tenderers trill be Im
nediatelv returned.
E. I . CHIPMAN,
liovernnieiil Agent
KbsIh, II. C.
Daily atage leaves   Pealnn at 12 o'clock for Trout l.nke Ferguson and Cam borne
beavee Ferguson, via  Trout Lake for Beaton at 7 n.m.
Branch .tables at Trout Lake, Iieaton, Ferguson nn I Camborne
1'  Faeobaon, H. a
A. \V. Edge,   it a K.S.c
TUSCAN   LODGE
KfoS9.
f      A F.  fi A.M.
.'Ird   Thnraday eail
month.
Visitors Welcome
(i. Forddred.See. H. McPherson.W.M,
****** *W**.T"***~.
Lager Beer
and Porter.
Draft <§_ Bottled.
rt it? _»_. _s^_ s_*T**_>«»^««n
>      OK      «
\ Barber; Sbop
— roit a —
flood Shave or Hair Cut
— CAI.l. ns —
William Schnell,
KKIUll'.HON.
Hot and Cold Baths
Arroontanl,     ....       Anrtttor.
J. C. MUBBAT,
TROUT I..\Kf-.,It. C.
Out-. ie company*'  Intereata carefully
looked nfler.
Agenl lor Hourtiiv'n I'mi...*
FLOUR=
= =FLOUR
H. N. Coursier
REVELRTOKE, R. 0.
FIRE    INSURANCE
LOSSES   r A 11)   PROMPTLY
Write for Rates.
fflgrKeg a do.
WHOLESALE DEALERS in Bntler
BRrfs, Ci.ec.f. Prodnre ant] Fruit'
Houston Rk., I aephine St. Nelson, B.C
Revelstoke Assessment
District.
Take Notice that I  shall bold a
Court   of   Revision   anil   Appeal,
'under the " Assessment Act, liKI.'l,"
for the Revelctokc ABMMineh. Dis
trict, on Monday, the 27th ilnv of
'November, 190*5,  at the hour of 11
o'clock   in   tbe   forenoon, at the
Court HotiHo, Revelstoke.
Dated  nt  KrveMoke   this 2.''nl
day ol October, 1**05.
C. M. FIELD.
Judge of the Court of Revision
and   Appeal,   KevilMokc   Assess
ment District of Went Kootenny.
Imperial
Barber Shop.
Foe Good ll.iircnitin**ntid
Shaving go to
C. A. CHEESEMAN
TIKitr I.AKKIII Y
Hot. and  Cold  Batht.
Raymond Flour
$3.50 per 1001b.
i
NOTICE.
During the   Winter   Months our Store wl..
be open  from   8  a.m    to   7   « «T
A, G. FRASER ij**^!*
FLOUR
The B C. ASSAY and CMb/IICAL
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
VaxoDOVta, B. C.
lieH.li|imrtern Inr \hj»h.it*. Mining and
Mill Snpplies. Bole agents iu B. ('. foi
Morirsn Crueiblo Co., Butlersea. En(»-
Imi.l; P. W. Brmin A Co.'e Pitnnl Cnn
iKurnares, Burners, etc. : Wm. Ain t
wiirtli A Co.'» Fine ftalances. etc.. etc.
V. M. Westfall & C..
Mining llrrikm.
Mining Priiiartlr" KrtKirli'.l (in.
Mitii-N nn.l rrwpecti M....kI.i sod Kold(
Mliili.Kl'ri.pfrllci.Ui.ilicil All. r liif NOD'ttftl.
drill..      	
l,»rrtiiiii   t..'.|r|. Truiit  l.nk*.   It   I'
llpc.rilihg.illl.-..
=FLOUR
Hold or Silver fl r>0
Gold and Silver 	
LAKEX!IW,HOTE_RB^to
Silver and l*«.i
Copper	
Zinc	
.  it 50
1 00
♦ 1 5fl
Bar well Supplied wlt^iquors A, Claars
UrgtOoa.foruW.Boou,.,  bodhrt-Odilns and Attend.
finer
S   SHANNON,  *ssayer
P„?(IU5l>
NI1C Madden & Levesque
0
Props
■VH0LE8ALE JAKU   BETAIt
Meat
Merchants
^^•"•'nallklnd.ofFresI, •■■,
r»01 fTLAKB, B,C
F. B. Wells,
HKVKI.SToKK, H '
RAW FURS
if"
*■   ■
CASH    |>R.ICli5   PAID

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