Moyie City: 0050.0217

MOYIE CITY NOTES

            The following items are gleaned from the Leader, Moyie City’s new paper, issued Saturday last as foretold in The Herald last week:

            Moyie City is at present enjoying quite a building boom, and the class of buildings in each case are large, substantial structures.

            There was an opening ball given at the Moyie hotel last Thursday evening; the attendance was large and dancing was kept up until 2 o’clock the following morning; 12 couples were present.

            Joseph Neiderstadt is actively engaged in getting his brewery in readiness for brewing beer.

            Very little freight is coming in from the west at present, owing to the bad condition of the tote road.

            The ice on the lake is breaking up and navigation will soon open.

            The Muir sawmill, which was recently burned, will soon be in running order again.

            J.M. Carroll, who was until recently employed with the Moyie Supply company, of this place, is establishing a store at St. Eugene Mission.

            A force of men is on the Bonner’s Ferry road, getting it in condition for the large amount of travel expected this season.

            Judge W.H. Fraser, who cut his wrist severely a short time ago, is convalescing, and will soon commence work on his claims.

            Lindsay Cranson, as soon as the roads improve a little, will put on a daily stage and two freight teams between Moyie City and Fort Steele.

0050.0217: Moyie City

Moyie Leader noting ongoing building boom and other interesting items going on in Moyie City.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  April 19, 1898
Pages:  1
Publisher:  Cranbrook Herald
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0050)

Keywords:

building boom ball hotel brewery beer freight navigation sawmill judge stage

Subjects:

People arrow Neiderstadtarrow
People arrow Carrollarrow
People arrow Cransonarrow
People arrow Fraserarrow
Cities arrow Moyie arrow Businesses arrow Newspapers and Printers arrow Moyie Leaderarrow
Cities arrow Moyie arrow Businesses arrow Breweries and Bottling arrow Moyie Brewing Co.arrow
Cities arrow Moyie arrow Businesses arrow Hotels, Motels, Boarding Housesarrow
Cities arrow Moyie arrow Businesses arrow Retailersarrow
Transportation arrow Stagelinesarrow
Transportation arrow Roads arrow Bonner's Ferry Roadarrow
Industry arrow Lumbering arrow Companies and Mills arrow Muir Millarrow
Cities arrow St. Eugene Mission arrow Businesses arrow Retailers arrow Carroll's Storearrow
Government arrow Officials arrow Judgesarrow

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