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Array BOOK V.
HAPPENINGS IN BRIEF.
SANDON, DECEMBER 8 1900.
CHAPTER JO
Win. Wilson   has
Sunnyside residence.
moved   into  hi;
.      A rawhide train is   working on   the
\i Reco trail bringing   ore   down to the
K. & S. sidetrack.
There is not a vacant house or store
in Sandon. The opening for enterprising landlords is good.
Large installments of the beautiful
have disappeared from the hills during
tlie recent mild weather.
Operations have been temporarily
suspended on the Corinth. A shipment
of forty tons is being made from Three
Forks.
As an unfailing indication that this
is lo be a severe winter, weather prophets point to the circumstance that
John Hough has gone to work.
W. B. Kelly leaves today for the east.
He will spend a couple of months in
Toronto and the balance of the winter
in Uncle Sam's country.
Fred Baity is again hack in Sandon
residing in his Cody avenue villa. He
will spend next summer running a long
tunnel sn\ the Rusty Axe claim in the
Lardeau country.
T ie boiler at the New York brewery
nil's on Tuesday but no serious dam-
.u e was done. The one formerly u_>ed
inth.- Sandon Steam Liundrv has been
put in its place.
Seven thousand dollars worth of ore
has been taken out of the winze in the
Reco where the recent strike was made.
The ore is nearly all rubv silver and
will average over 300 ounces.
W. E, Bote, late superintendent of
work at Camp Mansfield, has entered
suit against Rene Laudi of Rheims,
France, to recover St),000, claimed to
he due him as salary and cash advanced
on the company's account.
As the rink progresses the enthusiasm
of our local skaters rises like a human
yeast cake. Sandon will have the best
junion hockey team in Western Canada
this year, and the boys are only waiting
tor the ice to commence practicing.
The compliinentaiv dance to be given
by the management of the Halcyon
Hot Springs Sanitarium will take place
on Friday, January 4th Arrangements
'ire unJer way to make it a very swell
affair, and there is some talk of run-
������"*g a special train from Sandon and
way points.
The Knights of Pythias are figuring
on giving a ball on Christmas. The
band has made some calculations tor a
dance on New Years Eve and the skat-
mH link management is looking for a
date on which to hold a grand society
re-union in the interests sif the exchequer of that institution.
The directors of the Sandon Rink
Co- are meeting with good success in
disposing of the stock sif the company.
The treasury is already pretty fat and
'here is plenty of money in sight to
Kuarantee the success of the undertaking. The demand for season tickets
������'���**��� already set in and several have
lx'*-''i disposed of.
King has sold out   his interest in
II spend the winter in Calgary, and
'"tends to open up business in partner-
shlpwith his brother somewhere in
British Columbia next spring. He was
m Sandon saying good-bye to the boys
on 1 uesday evening.
James Pierson, an employee of the
I. Burns Co., got into the district
police court on Wednesday for shooting
a dog belonging to Geo. B. Macdonald
ofthe Noble Five. .Mr. Pierson claimed
that the dog bothered the cattle at the
slaughter house, but Magistrate Lilly
found sufficient grounds to fine him $10
and costs for his action in  the  matter.
ORE SHIPMENTS.
OVER   THE   K.   &  S.
Tons.
Last Chance  21
Payne ,2-.
Slocan Star     15
Goodenough   1;
Ruth   ,0
OVER  THE  C,   P.   R.
Payne... ifo
Slocan Star  83
FROM   WHITEWATER.
Whitewater 197
The Assessment.
The assessment roll recently completed by the city assessor shows the
total assessment of the city of Sandon
to be $153,950.    Of this amount $132,-
075 comes under the head of real estate
aud $21,875 as improvemenis.
The assessment this year is considerably lighter than last on account of the
fact that all the buildings in the burnt
district, except those which escaped the
fire, are exempt, as are also such buildings in the lower end as were built by
householders who suffered by the fire.
The assessed value of improvements at
the end ofthe first six months in 1901
will total $100,000.
The rate of taxation lor the year will
be 27'���_ mills, divided as follows : For
general revenue, 15 mills; for interest
and sinking fund on debentures, ir}_
mills; for hospital maintenance and
board of health, 1  mill.
The total taxes due the city at this
rate will be $4,233. Taxes are due
December 14th, and six percent, interest will be added for all amounts unpaid on December 30th. There will be
no rebate this vear.
he
h.s
Rentes  furnishing establishment to
Partner, J, C.   Walker.    Mr.  King
Must Pay the Japs Poll Tax.
Vancouver, December 0,���The British Columbia law making any one employing Japanese responsible for their
taxes has been sustained. Last season
6000 Japanese were engaged in fishing
on the Fraser river. The salmon tanners employed them tor the purpose of
breaking ihe strike sif the white fishermen. When the tax collector made his
rounds,   however,   the   Japanese   had
disappeared. The government at once
demanded of the canners $3 a head for
all the Japanese employed. A test case
hefore Magistrate Anderson has resulted in the magistrate ordering payment
by the canneries concerned of the taxes
of every Japanese who caught fish at
any time during the season for these
canneries. The legislation making
such a verdict possible was passed at
the suggestion of the labor unions here.
18
3
THE RETURNS.
Galliher Leading  bq  120   at  Last
Accounts.
Following are the full returns so far
as heard from up to last night. The
total from all parts heard from gives
Galliher 2690, Foley 2570, and McKane
2188. When the outlying stations in
Cassiar, Carriboo, Lillooet, Lardeau
and Windermere are heard from there
will be probably seven hundred more
votes accounted for, and it is a safe
estimate that Galliher's present majority of 120 will be swelled to about 300.
Foley Galliher McKane
Ainsworth 21     5	
Whitewater 44   13	
Sandon 178   30	
Three Forks... 41     7	
Comaplix     4     5	
8
7
21
3
>3
Silverton  59������*.     6   IO
New  Denver.
Kaslo	
45
21.
80.
16.
53-
.LS5-
49.
17.
20.
21.
7-
Slocan  94....
Trail   34---
Nelson 255--
Ashcroft ...    3..
Trout Lake.. .. 45....
Rogers Pass     7     1
Rossland 419     223
Ducks     2 ,...    9
Spence's Bridge    3     6
Arthabaka   li    19
Tappen  Siding    2   13
Waneta     o     2
Ymir  39   2I
Slocan Sunction   2     1
Cjuesnelle     2	
115-Mile House   o	
Salmo     9	
Savonas     3	
Vernon  20	
Clinton     ��	
Shush wap     6	
Sicamous     1	
Yale     o	
Aggazis     5	
Palliser     1	
Golden      '	
Lower  Nicola..    2	
Quilchena     1	
Ymir Mines....   12	
150-Mile House   o	
Bonaparte     3	
Soda Creek...    1	
Granite Mines..   9	
Donald     6	
.112.
26.
4-
10
'5
14.
73-
'5-
2.
'4-
45-
22.
12.
4..
_,���'*
��� 31
��� 77
��� 37
. 80
243
52
.    8
���    5
261
��� 5
.    6
��� '5
2
1
.    8
1
25
5
2
. 16
i��3
21
10
o
5
12
4
10
11
2
o
10
6
12
4
Field     8    7	
Mara     6    13	
Halcyon     2     2    o
Camp McKinney24     &    D
Eholt  38   19  10
North Bend��� 17     5  15
Midway      4  20     6
Phoenix  17  39  38
Rock Creek    6     3    4
Kamloops  54 138 215
Thompsons Ldg 2  10     1
Arrowhead  11  10    3
Revelstoke  80 116 153
Kault      o     5    2
Salmon Arm..    2   35  15
Barkerville     o   27  27
Lytoon     2  13  16
Fernie   75...  71  59
Elko     4     3    2
Greenwood 141 120  53
Columbia     7  83  12
Mitchell  11    6  21
Kitchener     4     4...    o
Wardner    o     2      o
Fort Steele   10  37  60
Illicilliwaet     1     8  11
Griffin Lake...    1     2     2
Armstrong     4  57.......... 42
Glacier    8._,    8  16
Nakusp  II   23  17
Albert Canyon..    1     ?     2
Kuskonook....     2     2  31
Cranbrook....    59  76  41
Gladstone     8     2    o
Moyie 101     9     8
Grand Forks..  39  80  40
Creston     o  39  15
Newlin's Ranch   8  19     4
Bea vermouth...    6     2     1
Enderbv     2  32  23
Question?
Office of The Guelph Mercury.
Guelph, Ont., Nov. 29th, 1900.
Paystseak,
Dear Sir:
An appeal has come to one of the
Methodist Churches   here   for  aid toward the re-building of a church there
destroyed by fire.    There is some hesitancy toward giving aid  by some men
in the chu-ich on  the ground that it is
very unwise to multiply small churches
in a place, thus making them a burden
on the  community when   one   or   two
good churches would  do.     Could you
acquaint me   with   the  population   of
your town and  number of Protestant
churches therein and   any  remarks on
the general situation that  you may see
fit to offer.    There is a disposition here
to help, but some of these  people don't
want to erect or  re-erect a   Methodist
church if a Presbyterian or other Protestant   denomination     is   doing   the
work.
Yours truly,
McIntosh & Galbraith,
Per Galbraith.
1
1,
��� THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C��� DECEMBER, 8
The No. 2. Brigade
Jas. Williamson, F. J. Donaldson,
Chas. Phypers and G. N. Main were
appointed hydrant men. The nozzle
men are, Wm. Walmsley, Robt. Macdonald, J. G. Macdonald, E. P. Burns,
George McPherson, Jas. Weir and
Chas. McLaughlin. The axemen are
George Roger and Harry Jackson, and
Messrs. Bowley, Sherritt, Birchell,
Hagler, Rankin, Cunning, Gales and
Geo. Walmsley will act as linemen.
A motion was adopted that weekly
practices be held, at the call of the captain, and on the first clear day the new
brigade will turn out and make its first
attempt. The apparatus is stored in
the temporary shed under the C. P. R.
track, just back of the Reco hotel.
When the new city hall is completed
the central fire hall will afford ample
accomodation for the hose and cart and
for the hook and ladder truck which
will be purchased as soon as the city's
financial condition will permit of the
investment.
Most of the hose is now stored in the
No. i hose house and a meeting of
captains, from the different precincts
will be held to divide the apparatus
proportionately.
-���������>-
A Goal Famine in Sight.
Sandon is up against a coal famine.
At present not more than half the users
of coal have any on hand and many
have had to resort to the use of wood,
which in a coal stove is a rather unsatisfactory fuel.
Both the Crow's Nest and the Lethbridge companies are away behind in
their orders, and the local agents have
no coal on hand and no assurance as
to when they will have any. A dozen
carloads or more are many days overdue but at last reports no coal had
passed Nelson. The most cheering
report received is that the supply will
be along in a few days. Users of coal
are advised to lay in a winter's supply
when the stock arrives, so as not to get
caught on the next shortage. Traffic
over the Crow's Nest is likely . to be
uncertain this winter and as the coal
companies cannot keep up with their
orders, several delavs may be looked
for.
NOTICE.
The Nakusp and Slocan Railway Company
will apply to the Parliament of Canada at its
next Session for a Act extending the time
within which it may construct its Railways,
and appointing Montreal as the place for it,,
head office witli power to-the Directors from
time to time to change it By-law, and for
other purposes.
JOHN V. ARMSTRONG
Secretary-Treasurer.
NOTICE.
The Columbia and Kootenay Railway and
Navigation Company will apply to the Parliament of Canada at its next Session for an Act
extending the time within which it may
construct its railways and works, also authorizing the Company to own and operate
steam and other vessuls for the carriage of
freight and passengers on any route connected
with any of its railways|and appinting Montreal as the place for its head oflice with power
to the Directors from time to time to change
it By-law and for other purposes,
J. D. TOWNLEY,
Secretary.
NOTICE
Certiflcnte of Improvements.
ma.ior fraction mineral claim.
Situated in the Slocan Mining Division of
West Kootenay. Where located: On
MaOuigan Creek east of and adjoining
the Herl-ert Mineral Claim,
TAKE NOTICE tnat I, W.J.H. Hplmee,
acting as agent for Edwin Hyde Tomlinaon,
Free Miner's Certificate No. *.':U18a. and the
Washington Mining Coin puny (Foreign). Free
Miner's Certificate No. 7(i!��. (Special), intend
sixty davs from date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements f<r the purpose of obtaining a Crown
gran* of the Above claims. ���
And further take notice that  action, under
seetion .17.   must   be   commenced   before the
issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
W.J, H. HOLMES, P. L.S.
Agent.
Dated this :'sth day of Sept., A. D. 1900,
NOTICE.
Certificate of Improvements.
B.C. and WASHINGTON MINERAL CLAIMS.
Situate in the Slocan Mining Division nf
West Kootenav District. 'A here located :
In McGuigan Basin, east uf and adjoining
the  Washington Mineral Claim.
TAKE NOTICB that I. W..I. H. Holmes,
acting aa agent for The Washington Minim;
Company, (foreign), Free Miner's Certificate
No. 7'-!'. ^special), intend, sixtv days from date
hereof. to apply to the Mining Recorder lor
Certificate* of !mpro\f>nients. for the purpose
of obtaining Crown grants of the above
claim.-..
Ami further take notice that action mi del
section .17 must he commenced before tin
issuance of such Certificates of Improvement..
W. J.H.HOLMES  P. L.S
rairent
Dated this 88th day of September, A. D l <��>.
F. L. Christie,
L. L.  B.,
NOTARY PUBLIC, BARRISTKR,
SOLICITOR. ETC.
ATHLRTON  BLOCK   -    SANDON
Sandon   Bpttling
Co.
DAY & BIGNEY.
*x_.#*<tu
Manufacturers of
Carbonated Drinlis
of all kinds.
CODY AVENUE       -       SANDON.
Lodging House.
Nice Comfortable Beds,
To Let by the Gay, Week
Month or Year. Get One
Before they are all Taken
Up.
JAKE KELSEN.
THE Chamber of Mines
Wants thorough* reliable
Correspondents
in every camp in the districts
of East and West Kootenay
and Yale to whom reasoanble
compensation will be paid for
their services. Correspondents
will be expected to furnish the
Chamber of Mines with all
development tfoing on at the
mines, the installation of machinery, shipments of ore and
value, and generally such news
as will attract the attention of
capitalists and cause them to
investigate and invest. Applications to be addressed to
the���
CHAMBER OF MINES,
Southern    British   Columbia,
(Kootenays and Yale), Rossland, B. C.
P. O. Box 578.
photos.
R, H, Trucman & Co. will
open their new studio in the Min'
ing Review Block about the 20th
inst. Visit will be for 3o days.
An early sitting will be desirable
for Christmas Phots.
SUNSHINE NOT NECESSARY
-ffe ���-Vt> -*K-
Studio Opposite  C. P, K. Depot
R.H.TRLEMANACO
Gale's Barbslp
SANDON
Is the best Tonsorial   Establishment in the Sioean.
Balmoral Building Main St,
Sandon Cartage Co.
WALMSLEY & McPHERSON.
Express, Baggage,
and Cartage.
Delivery to   all   Parts of the City.
KaTU*,! idled     1-a.M
E. SI. SANDILANDS.
Gannon, B. 0.
Rtafa:*y Public.
Insurance and Mining
Broker.
Minim? Stocks bought and sold, Sen-
cnil JiKcnt for Slocan Propertied.
Promising   Prospect-*  ror  Sale
Sandon Miners'
Hospital
Subscribers, $i per month ; Private
patients, $2 per day, exclusive of
Expense of Physician or Surgeon
and Drugs.
Open To Thk Public,
DR. \V. K. GOMM.   Attendant Phyaictan.
MISS S. 1,. CHISHOLM, Matron.
���L I). M< LACUHLIN. President.
W. L. HAGLER, Secretary.
���J. V. Maimin, B.J, McLKAN, A\c;rs .*
McDoNAU).    MlKK.    HUAl-Y,    Directors.
KNIGHTS  of PYTHIAS.
SANDON LODGE NO.  24.
Meets in Crawford's Hull every Wednesday Evening, Visiting Hrethem cordially
fnvited  io   attend.
J. d Mclaughlin, o.rj
ANTHONY SCHJLLAND, K. it. S
SILVER CITY LODGE NO. 39.
I.   O.   O.   F.    '
Meeting, in Crawford's Hail every Friday
Evening at 7:80. Visiting Brethern co.diallv
invited to attend.
C.E. LYONS. hev. A. M. SAXFORD
Secretary. Noblu 0rond>
To The Hiisin ��hh Men and
Resident* of Sandon,
THK Methodist eoiiKreK.ition of the town
in mtikhiK an effort to build a bovine of
worship that will cost about 11,700 when com
pletod A parHOiuiKt* hus already been p*aj]
elutsed ut 11 cost of -ni'u and tin- lot upon
which our church will he erected cost ��,
Upon those properties there [_ tome Indebted^
ness, hut we wisdi to o|mjh our ohuroh �� Ithout
anyenoambranoe upon it whatever.  Know.
in�� that the tire must have seriously all,.. t,,|
the resources bf many portions we have .1..
cide.l not to make an individual appeal, \V.
do not wish to tax your well-known liberalitv
hut we at th*' same time beg leave tours.
Unit OUT enterprise receive your attention ana
whatever siipi ort   you feel   incli |  to give
Any contributions will be thankfully received
i>>- member-*of our Trustee Hoard and acknowledged in our reports Lunod quarter y,
A. M. BANFORD,
Chairman  of   Hoard
Q. H. SMKDLKY,
Secretary of Hoard
V
Cc��rtlflt*nte    of    Improvements,
NOTICE.
L,  D.  FRACTIONAL   aND   LEGAL   KU.t.
TION A L   MI N Kit A L CLAIMS
Situate in the Slocim Mining Division of West
Kootenay District. Where located: On
Nolde Five Mountain, in the Slocan Mu,.
iiiK Division ol West Kootenay Id.trie?
'PAKE NOTICK that I. A H Docksteader,
��� Free Miner-' Certificate No. B.-K-O03, _,��
ageni for .lames Wilson. Kree Miner.-, Certificate No. B861 !.">, Lewis s . [bom*, free Miner.'
Certificate No. Hii,"*.-.*>. Caleb A. Freeman, Free
Minors' Certificate no B_?)t7l, William I),
Mackay, Free Miner's Certificate No. Bi7 M
intend, sixty day- from date hereof, to apply
to the  Minim.'   Itecorder for a Certificate oi
Improvement.-, for tile Oulpo-e ol   "' tabling :i
Crown (irant  of the al.ove claims.
And further take notice that action, under
section :i". must be commenced before rHe
issuance of such Certificate oi Improvementa
A  H. DocK.-TAHKH
Hated this tenth day of No vein her. A D . likli
Certificate    of    Improvements.
NOTICE.
SANDON CHIEF MINERAL CLAIM
Situate in the "-lean Mining Division of We*'
Kootel.llV diall'ict.    Where located ',    VI."Ml
1 mile-from Sandon. H C in a N��� ��� rtH-
Westerly direction, adjoining the Klk-
horn.
*T*AKENOTICE thai   I. K. M. Sandil In
1 Pree Miner- Certificate N... unci
Issued at Sandon May :'.th. 1.1.,., acting m-
aifei.t for H. A Hair..11. Kree Miners' Certifi-
cate No (M463, intend, sixty .luv- Irom date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder !.>r 11
Certifloate of Improvement, for the purpose
of obtaining a Crown Grant of the abov��
claim.
And further  take notice tha'   action, under
section .')7 mu-t beoommenced before the i-'li-
anccofsuch Certificate of improvement-.
Date 1 this Twenty-Sixth day'of November IOC0
K   M. SANDILAM'-
Lnml Refflstra Act.
IN THK MATTER "I an applicatioi fora
duplicate of the Certificate ol Title loan
undivided one Quarter ol Lot seven hundred
and thirty-seven [JHTll*Alamo" mineral < laim,
Lot-even hundred and I hir' y-ciiHit 7JW "Ivy
Leal" mineral claim. Lot seven hundred and
01 tv--e\eii 717 "Twin Lake-" mineral claim,
1 ot its Four hundred and seventy-eight mineral claim,und ol all mineral--  precious and
a-c I ,a\ e coal) therein, al-.. all undivided
..m-ipiarter ol Lot seven hundred and flinty-
i\ .7.;; "Mill,ite" Group 1 Kootenay District
NOTICE i- herehy given thai il 1- lllV
intention at the expiration of one month
in.iu the lir.-t publication hereof to Issue h
duplicate of the Certificate of Title to the
ahove lands, issue' to tic rge W Hughe* on
the *-*7th din- ol Apri. IHOO and nnmberoil
8046k.
S. Y. WOOTTON.
Registrar-General
..and  Registry office.
Victoria. H. C,, _r:��tIt  October, WOO"
Its
lit
NOTICE.
To Delinquent Oo-pwners.
TO I'KTKIt SWAN'SON, or to any per��oti
persons to whom he may have  transferred
Interest in .the King Oscar mineral claim,
Hear  Lake,   and   recorded  in   the   Recorders
office for the Slocan Mining Division
Vou arc hereby notified thai I have expend
cm! One Hundred Dollarsin labor and improve-
ineiit., upon the above mentioned mineral
claim, in order to hold said mineral claini
under the provisions ofthe Mineral Act, ami
if within ninety days  from   the date ol till-
notice you fail'or refuse  to contribute,vein
proportion of such expenditure, (together with
all costs of advertising, your Interest in sum
claim will become the   property   o(   the sun   .
senher und'r Section   I   of an 'Acl   entinofl. /
���'An   Act to  Amend the Mineral Act   ll	
JOHN KM I'M.
Dated thiB 84th  day of November, 1000.
:..'JuB.i...;1:L_li.ii1;^*
���-=-������ -mmQLir: riiiri|iiin���ii
~���r-
i_miiinnn��ili ' Net�� Enflland Economi).
There is a link- netllement of New
Hampshire people in Kiowa county,
Col. Among other things they hrot
with them the New Hampshire aversion
id using any more words in conversation than are Absolutely necessary,
Two of them met on the road recently
and indulged in the following dialogue :
"Mornin1 Si."
'Mornin' Josh."
"What'd   you   give   your   horse for
hots?"
"Turpentine."
"Mornin'."
���Mornin'."
A lew days later the men  met again,
,nid here's the way  a  hard   link story
u.ts (old in mighty lew word- :
.Mornin   St.
"Mornin'Jo>h."
"What'd you   say   you   gave   your
horse lor hots ?"
"Turpentine."
"Killed mine."
"Mine too."
"Mornin'."
"Mornin'."
PRECIXCT \0.  2.
Fire   Brigade   Organized   in   the
Centre Ward.
A meeting was held in the office sif
ihe   Sandon   Water &   Light Co. on
Wednesday evening lor the purpose of
organizing a lire hrigade tor the central
pan of the town. Representatives of
nearly every husincss house on the
���street were present and the following
were enrolled .1- active members ; Wm.
Walmsley, J. V.. McDonald, E P.
Hums, S. Bin hell, I-'. J. Donaldson,
Jas. Weir, Wm. Bowley, Robt. Macdonald, ti. N. Main, Win. Sheritt, J.S.
Gusty, Albert Karr, Jas. Williamson,
W. L. Hagler, Chas. McLaughlin,
Chas. Phypers, A. Rankin, Robt. I'un-
ning, Harry Jackson, Chas, Gales,
Geo. Roger, Geo. McPherson, Geo.
Walmsley.
J. M. Harris was elected captain and
J. S. Ciusty and Neil Mclnnes assistant captains.
THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, DECEMBER,
THE BIG  STORE
W
NEW
Cleaned Currants,
Seeded Raisins,
Valencia Raisins,
Assorted Peels.
NEW
Mining as a Business.
Mining is the noblest of industries.
From it all cruelties ot" competition
should be eliminated. The miner
delves into the earth and brings forth
something which adds to the comfort,
happiness and wealth sif the world.
He is a producer and the world stands
ready to buy his product. Gold mining
'^ the only industry of any magnitude
that is not directly under the domination of trusts and monopolies. It denes the manipulations of politicians and
is one industry today which offers a lair
''���-'turn for money invested and labor ex-
landed.    Mining & Scientific Press.
G. H. Murhard has taken over Stein
Bros, lower store and will put in a
Stock of tobaccos, cigars, fruit and
confectionery. Mr. Murhard's success
111 the restaurant line is a sufficient
guarantee of his further success.
Everything for the Christmas Pudding:
and Mince Pies.
Oranges    Lemons    Cranberries.
Winter Apples, 50 lb. Boxes, $1.50.
��!^!^!4��!��_a-&*&
v_-i^_vv_vv_vv_v?_v
See the Dinner Set we are giving* away.
Coupon with every $5.00 purchase.
K>untev*%endvick Co
���>
Zt6.
WE ARE NOW LOCATED
$n 0uv IHew ��tove
AND DOING A
Zand Office IBueiness.
I,eave you order for a Winter Suit
Before they are all gone
J. R. CAMERON, Reco Avenue.
THERK   IS   NO   FROST
ON THE
IVANHOE  HOTEL
Ma
Its wines liquors and cigars
arc unexcelled this far north.
Don't forget the number.
I*
WALMSLEY  &  ORANDO.
RENTS COLLECTED
District A Rent for The Great
West    Life  Assuraiu-e   Co.
Winnipeg, Man.
Grimmett Block, Reco Ave
AGENT FOR
Norwich Fire Insurance Co.
Connecticut Insurance Co. of
of Hartford,
.Etna Fire Insurance Company
Phoenix, of Hartford, Conn.
Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co
Imperial ReRistry Company
The Dominion of Canada Guarantee
and Accident Insurance Company.
James J. (Bodfrep,
Mines, Investments and Insurance.
SANDON BRITISH COLUMBIA
i i
i THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, DECEMBER, 8
&f)t papstreak.
Published Every Saturday in the heart of the Richest White Metal Camp on Earth.
Subscription    -    -    -   -    $2.00 a year.
Strictly in advance.
would write to the church people themselves, and not to an
outsider who might never have seen the inside of a church
except thru the windows.
William MacAdams,
Publisher and Proprietor.
SANDON, B. C.,  DECEMBER 8,  iqoo.
The Silver-Lead Mine Owners' Association will
need to watch the legislation at Ottawa very careful lv
during the next session. In Nelson, Kaslo, Trail, Grand
Forks, Greenwood and other would-be smelting centres
there is a well-defined agitation to have the lead tariff
amended so that the smelting of B. C. lead ore will have to
be done in Canada.
If an export duty is placed on lead in ore the mines ot
the Slocan will have to pay it, as the amount of the export
duty will be deducted by the smelters from the price paid
for the ore. Slocan lead ore is already taxed \l/2 cents a
pound on the lead contents to pay the Uuited States import
duty, and should an additional Canadian export duty of
two or four dollars a ton be placed on this ore by the
Canadian government it would simply reduce the price
paid by the smelters to the extent of this duty.
Should a heavy import duty on lead products coming
into Canada be levied, it is difficult to see how the mine
owners would be benefitted. Consumers of lead would have
to pay more for the article, and the excess would be absorbed by the protected smelters at Trail and Nelson.
> It is self-evident that lead smelting cannot be carried
on as cheaply in Nelson, Trail or Grand Forks as it can be
in Omaha, Pueblo or Aurora. The additional cost must be
paid for either by the mine owners or the consumers of
lead ; and the mine owners should make it their business
to see that an artificial prosperity for Nelson or some other
embrayo smelting town is not saddled on the lead mining
iudustry, which is already carrying all the burdens it can
stand.
Fire brigades have been formed in Precincts No. 1
and No. 2, and the No. 3 division will be heard from in a
few days. It is now up to the underwriters' association to
name a rate and commence taking insurance in Sandon.
The town is a better risk right now than any other in B. C.
The water works system could not be improved onf the
streets are wide, most of the buildings are isolated so that
they may be reached from all quarters, and the fire-fighting
appliances are good. A few risks have been taken but the
rates charged are out of all proportion to the chances of
loss.
McIntosh & Galbraith of the Guelph Mercury write
to this office to learn if money given to the Sandon
Methodist church would be a judicious theological investment. We are not in a position to answer the question.
The editor of this paper does not believe in the divinity of
Christ or the authenticacy of the bible and regards orthodox
religions as superstitious fakes. He believes that the
injury done humanity by churches the world over is much
greater than the good they do. Consequently we do not
go deeply into church matters and an enquiry regarding
church affairs fell into the wrong hands when it got into
The Paystreak mail. But the editor of this paper has
not lost all faith in the human family and if he were to
require information about the church   people of Guelph he
The Chamber of Mines which has been organized in
Rossland has undertaken an important work. It intends
to advertise and bring to the attention ofthe investing
public thruout the world the resources and possibilities of
the Kootenay and Boundary country. So far the matter oi
advertising the mineral wealth of B. C. has been left to
take care of itself. The provincial onco maintained and is
now re-establishing a London office, but aside from pro-
viding a soft snap for some political pensioner the useful..
ness of this institution is limited. Tlie C. P. R. deserves
considerable credit for having advertised the country in a
business-like manner, but the railway company's efforts
are by no means disinterested and its energies are directed
mainly to increasing the company's tourist traffic rather
than to showing up the country's latent wealth.
Aside from this the Kootenay has never been properly
or systematically advertised, and if the Chamber of Mines
can do anything in the right direction it should have all
the support that is coming to it.
The election is over and Chris Foley will return to the
400-foot level ofthe Centre Star mine. In the brief six
weeks in which he has been before the public Christopher
Foley has done more for independent labor in British
Columbia than any other one man. He accepted the
leadership when all was doubt and chaos, when the wisest
heads predicted ignominious failure, and when prudent men
feared the consequences of* an unsuccessful attempt to
capture the constituency for the party of real reform. He
accepted the leadership, and by his untiring energies and
his sincerity in the cause he championed he inspired such
confidence in the heart of labor as to weld the party into
one solid phalanx and to plant the banners of independence
and reform on the very brow of the summit of victory.
In defeat he is not defeated, for the strength developed
has staggered the old parties and concessions in the name
of labor will be easy in future. There will never be another
hurried nomination in which labor is not considered, and
there will never be another representative from Kootenav
to Ottawa who has not the sanction and support of the
independent element that so nearly carried Chris Foley to
Parliament Hill.
The independent labor party is in a better position today than it has ever been before, and when the re-distribution takes place Chris Foley can have the seat for Kootenav
if he chooses to accept the honor. He has established himself as an honest, sincere, capable man and a gentleman,
and from this out any office in the gift of the people is his
when he cares to say the word.
There must be some bright chumps in the town of
Phoenix. When the Kettle river railway bill was before
the House the Boundary was up in arms because both the
liberal and conservative party gave Corbin the worst oi it
and pandered to the C. P. R. In the election returns
Phoenix gave Galliher 39. McKane 38 and Foley 17. A
Burleigh drill and four cases of giant" would not inoculate
some people with an idea.
For a party that was supposed to be dead the conservatives made a good showing, and McNeill proved himself a chubber to quit the game before he was certain he
was destined to the political boneyard. THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, DECEM BER, 8
THE
POULTRY   SEASON
IS OPEN.
*
. Burns & Co.
For the Holiday Trade
We have a Fine Line of Cutlery
for the Holiday Trade.
f
POCKET  KNIVES,
RAZORS,
CARRY  THE STOCK.
Eastern Oysters in Bulk.
^	
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Soft Shell Crabs.
All Delicacies ofthe Season.
MAIN ST.      SANDON.
SHEARS.
SUPPLY UNLIMITED AND
Quality Unsurpassed.
A set of Good Carvers makes a
useful and aceeptable present.
SEE OUR_STOCK.
lb. 3Bpevs & Co.
Mil tf)e wap from Japan.*:
p
:'.
A line of Japanese Rugs and Mattings that will
embellish the home and add to the luxury and convenience of its furnishings. Prices to suit all tastes and
fancies
The frosty breath of winter reminds us that Xmas.
is approaching. We have prepared for the Molliday
Rush by placing in stock a very presentable line ot
China ware and
....FANCY GOODS....
Make your selection early. The prices do not vary
with age and first choice is always the best.
^i
M. ft. Mtyevton Co., Zimiteo THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, DECEMBER, 8
I*"
CITY COUNCIL,
The city council held its regular
meeting on Monday evening last at
which there were present Mayor Pitts,
Aldermen Macdonald, Hunter and
Atherton.
Jas.  Vallance,   Jas. J. Godfrey  and
George Watte appeared as a delegation
irom Precinct No. i, to impress on the
council the necessity of placing another
fire hydrant on Cody avenue and making other provisions for fire protection.
The matter was considered by the
council and the board of public works
instructed to take action in  tbe matter.
Wm. Davidson appeared to ask the
council where the eastern city limits
crossed Cody avenue, so that be might
know whether or not he was within the
municipal boundary lines. Tbe mayor
gave it as bis opinion that the line-
crossed at Tattrie's old milk ranch, and
that Mr. Davidson'> residence was
within the city limits.
Tbe report of tbe police magistrate
was received and tiled. It showed that
the city derived a revenue of $311 for
the month of November from tbe police-
department.
Tbe following accounts were certified
correct by the finance committee and
ordered paid :
A. \ye $ 42.00
Mrs. McKinnon      20.00
Karr-S: Wilson     29.00
Milling Review      10.10
E. F. McQueen      1.00
VV. II. Lilly (Trip to Victoria.)   80.80
Freight        .51
H. Byers & Co     *-'5-4o
Dr. Brouse    50.00
S. W. & L. Co., (October acct.)  138.50
D. J. McLaughlin       4 50
Chas. McMillan      '5-oo
J. W. Balmain     15-00
Wm. Stubbs        9.00
P. O. Box       4.50
SALARIES.
W. H Lilly $ 85.00
Wm. Stubbs    100.00
George Weir      21.00
The account of L. Doolan for $162.70
tor extras on the sidewalk contracts
was referred back for items.
Tbe Sandon Water & Light Company's November account lor $140, and
an account of the Miners' Hospital for
$42 were laid over for further particulars.
The matter of fixing a rate for taxation for the city for the year was mentioned, but the council decided to
attend to that at an extra meeting and
adjourned to Tuesday afternoon.
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Who Will be Next Matjor.
Civ'c nominations for the city of
Sandon take place on Monday, January
14th, and election day is Thursday,
17th. Up lo date there are no avowed
candidates for mayoralily or aldcrmanic
positions, and the citizens are anxiously
awaiting declarations from those with
aspirations.
 _*.	
Tbe band seranaded Mr. and Mrs.
Hall Ishem on Monday evening.
The Denver.
Cody Ave. Sandon
Comfortable Rooms
Good Dining Room Service
Reasonable Rates
A Quiet, Orderly, Homelike Hotej
Stranger
Should y..ur meanderings about
this mundane sphere lake you to
Netc Denoer
Remember that there is a hotel
in the Lucerne of America at
which pilgrims ma\ enjoy all tbe
comforts of a home, at prices sin
a par with the damage levied by
other bouses thruout the district.
'1 be Idealistic Scenery of this
Beauty Spot in Nature's Wonderland can be best enjoyed from
tbe balcony of tbe
Newmarket Hotel.
The cuisine supplied assays high'
Tbe bedrooms are large, airy
and luxiiriouslv furnished. Tbe
other accomodations are unexcelled in tbe Slocan, and the
brands of bottled comforters kept
in stock are health-giving and
soul-inspiring when taken in
proper quantities. The proprietor's name is
Henry Stege.
CLOTHES
CLEANED,
PRESSED,
REPAIRED.
GEO. CHAPMAN.
RECO AVE.
SANDON.
M. L.  Grimmett,
L.  L.  B.,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,
NOTARY PUBLIC,  ETC.
SANDON, B. C.
J. W. Balmain.
CIVIL ENGINEER,
ARCHITECT, ETC.
P. O. Box 170.
Sandon.
A. F. & A. Mi
ALTA LODGE NO.  29.
Regular Communication held tirst Tlutrs
day in each month in Masonic Hall at 8 1* M
Sojourning hrethern are cordially invited'to
attend,
THOMAS BROWN,  Secretary.
Sandon Chop House.
G. H. MURHARD, Proprietor.
All   the   Delicacies   of the  Season Seroed.
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN PLAN.
Ma Ma MaM*
'%<_Cwvy
Eoerythina, New, Neat, Clean and Tasty.
The Place to get the Best Meal in Sandon.
Just Vteceiveo.
An  Assortment sif Fancy California  Nuis.    New Crop, Quality
Firm Class.     Including
WALNUTS
FILBERTS
ALMONDS
PECANS
AND COCONUTS.
BRAZILS
CHESTNUTS
ALSO A NEW CROP OF FANCY
NAVAL ORANGES CALIFORNIA FIGS
FORD DATES.
Speeial attention will be given above lines during the  winter ami
speeial rates given to parties, etc.
Jas. Williamson.
We Have Received
M Zavge Stock
-OK-
Rubbers, Gorman Socks. Mack-
haw Coats arid I'ants, which we are
sellingat Lowest Possible Prices
���^��� GIVE US A CALL.���*���*���
macdonald & 7��oss,
Red Cross -I- Drug Store
Giving Away Three Phizes.
With each cash purchase of ONE DOLLAR   we will give
one chance on thes prizes.
1st Prize���Ladies Solid Silver and Ebony
Toilet Case.
2nd Prize���Large Brier and Amber Tipe;
Value SS.OO.
3RD Prize���Pair of Statuary. Very Fine.
Importing these goods direct I am able to furnish a nice present for ver)
little money. Everything first-class, consisting of Toilet Cases, Vases, Picture
Souvaniers, Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Work Boxes, Ink Wells, Perfumes
in cut glass bottles. In the Toy Department, next door, vou will lind the
largest rssortment ever brought to Sandon and the lowest prices.
Fred J. Donaldson,   Druggist and Chemist.
B)-**!*-**'*' -***  >i'"v'*>i>nm*mU*m*omwiiru THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, DFXEMBER, 8
I'.'O
FLAN1MIGA1SI and FINNIGAN.
rtupflrintlndlnt was Flannigin |
Roig n.v tbe ���iotloa wm Finnigin,
i^hinlver the kyursgot otiVn tin-truck
>m'niuddled np thing, to tbe divil an' back
pinni ,'in writ to KlannUiti,
\ftci the wreck was all un again.
That i*, tbi* Finnigin
Deported bo Fluimitsin,
���,V!i,i. Finnigin (tint-writ to Flannigin,
ll,. uiiifl 'i" pftg-Bf ��� did Finnigin,
\u i"1 told just how tin; stun .h occurred :
���.'nil many a taju- hlun.l-rin' ward,
Did Finnigin write to Flannigin
\ftir the k.vars hail m>t on again,
T__ai wit/, how Finnigin
|-,.| rtci to Plannlgin.
jf0w, Klannigln know,..- met? than Finnigin
(l,.',i more Idjooatton, ha i Plannlgin .
_n'ii Ann-'im <'laiic an1 completely out
f,, t, II wliat Finnigin ��i it ahum
l��� in, writ in \s, Mu-nt Flannigin
s,,|u< wlit bank to Finnigin :
li i, i Jo -.ii h a -in agin :
\l������,   iin brief   KI..\.\M<;in.
When Finnigin goi thi, from Plannlgin,
ll. bluuhed roa��y red, did Pinnigln
An' he .aid, "I'll ggtnble a a hole month'
riuit it will be minuyan' minuj* a da>ayt
Before Bap,rintindlnt, that'. Plannlgin,
Get�� u whack at that very name sin agin.
Krmii Finnigin to Flannigin
Bep< erte woo'l be long agin "
ft'an da-ay on tbe aiction ol Finnigin,
On the road aap'rintinded bj Flannigin,
\ rail gave way on a bit ol u turve
\n' tomu kytar_  weutotf ��, tbey made tbe
���swerve.
'There t nobody burt," _en Finnigin,
Bul ii poorta imiat i e Diade to Finnigin,"
_n' he winked at M< Q-orrigan,
it mai ui 'I a Finnigin,
It, h 11/ -1��n 111 > in' thiu, a u/ Finnigin,
aaminnj a railroader.' been agin,
Air the -iiioky ol* lamp yrut bornin' bright
InFinnigin'a thanty all that night,
Hiim down bl�� report aa. Flnnigiu.
Au' iu' wiit,-.! tin., here:   'Mo-star Flannigin
nil agin,   (>n agin.
im] i agin     FINN,('IN."
DRIFTWOOD.
Hv I.I'll Vernon.
Ilu-v use print shop towels for building purposes now, aud Ihej stand any
and all tests. One has been in use as
���i tombstone in Texas for -y> yeftrs, and
is in just as pood condition now as (he
day it was hauled away from the office
���ind placed at the grave. Thev represent mourning, for generally thej are
ol the blackest hue, but in one or two
instances they have been found on
microscopic examination to contain
streaks of white. But this i-, verj rare.
A man in OregOti dug one up some
years ago and reported lhat he had
found a black marble quarry, but the
editor sif a newspaper recognized it as
���l towel in use 40 years ago in the office
where he was devil. Thus a good
romance for the yellow journal was
Knocked on the head.
*<m
The tempest howled, the fragile girl
Clung frantic to the wreck '
Wave swept, the color fled her cheek
And ran adown her neck.
<**
Labor  is   the   supreme   measure 01
value. There is no greater moral right
to refuse the necessaries sif life to the
man willing to work for them than to
"K' man willing to pay the cash for
them.
*<m
Noah, it is claimed, was the hrst
Metrician that invented the electric
'���ght, and not   Edison,   as  many   sup-
Boots and Shoes.
If you are needing anything in our line
call and see us in our new store just below
the Bank. We are prepared to do all kinds
of repairing and make boots and shoes to
order. We carry in stock the finest lines of
Canadian and American makes.
Mi Zaplor.
Red Hot Coal
folliott zmcmillan
Contractors and Builders.
DEALERS IN	
Hough and Dressed Lumber, Coast
Flooring and Joint Finishing Lumber
Moulding, Etc.
Sash and Door on  Hand to Order.
-.-JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO->
Factory on Main Street
the palace.
Has commenced operations. The pantry is loaded to
the upper stopes with all manner of choice viands and a
full staff of culinery experts are on hand to supply your
wants.    Call in and sample our products.
Robinson & AUingham.
pose. Noah, as history shows, made
the first are light on Mount Ararat.
fpt\
The trouble with some men who
know a great deal is that they have
such a positive way sif telling it that
they make people too mad to listen.
"Ever notice," asked the stove,
"what a modest creature the clock is !"
"Referring, 1 presume," said the
coal-box, "to her holding her hands
before her  face ?"
"Why, no. not so much   that   as to
her habit of running herself down."
00*
When anyone is tracing their ancestry back and trying to impress on you
how faultless their ancestors have been,
just remind these people that there is
no record to show that Adam and Eve
were ever married.
The Frosty  Breezes   of Winter
Have no terrors for consumers of
Gait Coal.
Delivered at your door for $7.50
a ton. Terms cash. Order
Early and avoid the Rush.
E- A. Cameron.
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The Most Complete   Health   Resort on
the Continent of North America.
Situated    'midst    Scenery   Unrivalled    for
Grandeur.
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium,K
Boating,
Fishing,
Excursion
ROOMS TO RENT.
Comfortable rooms by the day,
week or  month at   the   Sandon
Laundry* J	
Huy
vour    Groceries    from
Macdonnfd&Boss.. Nothing but
gOoTgOOds in stock.
footwear.
*<K
I have placed a large
stock  of men's and
boy's	
FINE SHOES
In my new store and solicit
the patronage of the Sandon
public. Absolute satisfaction
guaranteed.
Louis Hupperten
Main St.
Sandon, B. C
A, R. Heyland
Engineer   and Provincial
Land   Surveyor.
SANDON, -        - B. C.
Halcyon Springs, Arrow Lahe, B. C.
Terms, .18 tot 18 per week,  according
to residence in Hotel or Villus.
Its Baths cure all Nervous and Muscular Diseases.    Its waters heal all
Liver, Kidney and Stomach
Ailments and  Metallic   Poisoning.
Telegraphic   Communication   with  all
parts of the World.
Two Mails arrive and depart Every Day
The price of Railway Ticket, for Round Trip
between Sandon and Good for thirty days
and obtainable all year round  is .sS.85.
-PACIFIC f\Y.
AND SOO LINE.
M pointer
For your Eastern Trip is
to see that you ticket reads
via Canadian Pacific. First-
class sleepers on all trains
from Revelstoke and Kootenay Landing
TOURIST CARS
Passing Dunmore Jcunctibri daily
for St. Paul, Saturdays; for Montreal and Boston, Mondays and Thursdays for Toronto. Same cars pass
Revelstoke one day earlier.
TRAIN DEPARTS
f For Nakusp, Revelstoke,
Daily, except    Main Line   and   Pacific
Sunday, at      Coast,     connecting    at
8-00 a. m.    ! Rosebery for Slocan City
I Nelson Rossland Bound*
I Country, and all Eastern
points  via  Crows  Nest
route.
H. W. Harbour.
Agent. Sandon.
E. J. Coyle,        W. F. Anderson.
A. G. P. A., T. P. A.
Vancouver, B. 0.     Nelson, B. C.
I THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, DECEMBER, 8
A Business Change.
Frank Dreyer has sold his interest
in the New York Brewing Co. to Band
& Goodenough of the Kaslo Brewing
Co. Mr. Dreyer and family leave for
California shortly where they will spend
the winter. Mr. Band has taken
charge of affairs at the brewery and
under his management the amber fluid
for which this institution has become
famous will not deteriorate in quantity
or quality.
The Ladies of the Methodist Church
intend to hold a sale of useful and fancy
articles on Wednesday, Dec. 12th in
the basement of the new Methodist
Church. Goods on exhibition after
2 p. m.    Tickets for supper 50   cents.
Tbarrp
Mash*
Watch Specials.
Remarkable Values in Ladies Solid
Gold Watches for Xmas Trade.
One regular size Ladies Watch, 10k
solid gold, fitted with regular Waltham
movement, good weight. Regular
price, $25.00; cut price, $17.50.
One regular size solid gold Ladies
Watch, Omega movement. Regular
price, $26.00; cut price, $17.00.
One regular size, 10k, solid gold
Ladies Watch, beautifully engraved,
regular Waltham movement. Regular
price $27.00; cut price $18.00.
One O size verv small, Ladies Watch
silver, open face,  Waltham.    Regular
ordinary price $15.00; cut price $12.00.
Very small Nickle Watch, reliable
and good time-keeper. Suitable for
ladies or young girls who desire a cheap
serviceable watch at the low price of
$3.50. Watch repairing a speciality,
and all work warranted.
Call at the new store on Main Street
and inspect the largest up-to-date Xmas
stock ever shown in the Slocan. Don't
forget the place. Just below the
Miners' Union Block. The sign of the
Big Watch.
G. W. GRIMMETT	
Jeweler and Optician.
Zogan
Phillips
HERCHANT TAILORS.
We carry a large
stock of imported high
grade cloth, and guarantee a perfect fit and
neat finish-
See Our Stock
riain St.,      Sandon.
Dealer in
$g* Cutlery, Granite,
4 Nickle and Tin-
$g* ware. A First
$& Glass stock of
$g* Oxford Ranges,
$j$ Cooking, Heat-
SjJ ing Stooes.
Tinware of all |jj
kinds for family, ^
hotels, restaur- ^
ants and mining ��?
camp kitchens, X
made to order ?��
promptly. |��
a^lV_V___^!__^___^!V^k
*S^*v>s^_w_vv_v72^2^2*��
Estimates given on air pipe
and all mining work, roofing
plumbing, etc. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Best materials,
personal attention given all
orders.
All Goods Al. and at
Right Prices. Call
and Inspect.
RECO AVE.,
SANDON
The New Clifton
This house has recently been
Completed and Fitted up. It
is one of the Nicest Hotels in
the Kootenay. If you have
an hour or a day to spend in
town do not  fail to call upon
John Buckley.
Proprietor.
Saddle  Horses
*FOR HIRE.*-
We have a string' of good
Saddle Horses for hire at
regulation rates.
ALL
Reliable Stock.
F. C. PORTER.
Main Street.
150 Barrels
Choice Ontario Apples Just Arrived.
Northern Spy
Greenings
Bell Flower
Baldwins
And Ben Davis.
Russets
Spitz
Call and see them, they are all right
in quality and price at
H. Giegerieh,      Reco Ave.
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% Preserving *
Time is Here
*
WE HAVE FRESH FROM ||
OKANAGAN      -/
VALLEY mrn^
Fancy Plums,    $   Medium Pluma. ^
Bartlet Pears,   t   Free Stone Peaches &
tTomatos, f   Haruest Apples. ^
^ ALL IN PRIME CONDITION. |
1 Jalland Bros., Cody Ave. f
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HE TOOK THE SPACE
But would not let us put his name in until next
NEXT WEEK.
BUSINESS TOO GOOD.
Couldnt stand the extra pressure.
RosslandEngineer'sWorkscuniiffeiMcMiiian
Founders and Machinists
BOILERMAKERS
Manufacturers of Ore Car, Ore Bin Doors and general mining machinery. List of Second
Hand Machinery on hand all in first clans condition. One 2.r�� H.P. Locomotive type boiler
with engine attached and all fittings, ready to turn on steam. One 6^x8 Double Cylinder,
Friction Drum Hoist, built hy Ingersoll Co. One Sinking Pump 10x5x13, plunger, outBide
packed pattern. One Sinking, Cameron, New York No. 5. Watch this add for other list-, or
write us for full list before you buy.   We may have just what you want.
Agents for Northeg Pumps :.:: Stock Carried.
P. O. Box, .98. Third Ave., Rossland.

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