Trail News: 0054.0455

LOCAL MENTION.

            Upham has dry finishing lumber.

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            P. Burns, the West Kootenay meat dealer, was in Trail Wednesday.

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            G.F. Upham has a full carload of extra dry flooring just in from Vancouver.

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            Competent stenographer wishes position.  Room 202 The Butte, Butte, Mont.

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            R.T. Daniel came in by boat Monday night to look after his numerous interests here.

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            A new telephone has been added to the list in Trail – No. 26, at the Thompson cottage.

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            Manager Olliver, of the Bank of British North America, Rossland, visited Trail Saturday.

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            H.O.V. Challerton has purchased the grocery stock from Beauport Foster, on Victoria street.

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            Mrs. Lukov returned with her husband from Victoria and they are quartered at the Crown Point.

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            J.P. Petersen, Mrs. Petersen, Julius and “Charlie Boy” have been rusticating in Deer park this week,

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            The brickyard near the brewery is doing a good business, and could sell brick faster than it can make them.

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            If you want dry lumber of any kind call on G.F. Upham.  He has doors, windows and mouldings in stock.

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            High Madden and James Anderson, two prominent citizens of Mineral City, were visitors to Trail this week.

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            Today and hereafter the NEWS will be printed on Fridays, in a wild endeavor to catch a few of our erratic mails.

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            Thos. Corsan came down on the Nakusp yesterday, accompanied by Mrs. Corsan and baby, who will live in Trail for a short time.

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            The “White Front” store on Victoria street, owned by Alex Munn and occupied by O.F. Orr & Co., will be for rent after June 18.

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            Edwin Anderson, formerly of Sullivan, Illinois, has established himself in business in Trail, in connection with Contractor Smith.

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            W.P. Mitchell, of Vancouver, representing the North American Life Assurance Company, was in Trail this week looking after business.

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            Heard & Wescott will next week open a store on the bridge with a complete stock of tailoring and gent’s furnishings.  There’s no sense in sending away for clothes when you can get them at home just as reasonable, with fit and workmanship guaranteed.  Before ordering your suit call on Heard & Wescott.

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            E.L. Hendee, of Portland, Oregon, a brother of Purser Hendee, of the Nakusp, has opened a photograph gallery in the rear of the McPhee lot and will take pictures for the good people of Trail.

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            J.W. Divilbliss, proprietor of the Montessano Vidette, has gone to Rossland, B.C., to establish a daily paper.  C.H. Lamb and J.E. McDougall have also gone to assist him – B.C. Commercial Journal.

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            Mr. Hewitt Bostock has entered an action against Mr. R.M. Horne-Payne for $10,000 for alleged slanderous statements made by Mr. Payne at Golden, B.C., regarding Mr. Bostock. – Victoria Province.

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            C.L. Mills was up from Waneta this week.  He has severed his connection with the S.F. & N. and has accepted a position as book-keeper with the International Gold and Silver Mining Co., at Boundary, Wash.

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            O.F. Orr & Co. have purchased the stock of furniture from Campbell Bros. and have moved their stock into the building occupied by the Campbell stock on Cedar avenue.  Mr. Campbell has returned to Rossland.

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            The California Bakery and Coffee house is open, Honold & Fluhrer, proprietors.  Mr. Fluhrer is a baker of large experience.  His windows are filled with cakes and bread, browned to a turn, and the showcases are filled with choice confectionery.  Both are experts in their line, good business men, and the public will get not only good treatment from them but excellent goods.

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0054.0455: Trail News

Business changes and new growth in Trail and Rossland.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  May 23, 1896
Pages:  3
Publisher:  Trail Creek News
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0054)

Subjects:

Cities arrow Trail arrow Businesses arrow Bakeriesarrow
Cities arrow Trail arrow Businesses arrow Breweries and Bottlingarrow
Cities arrow Trail arrow Businesses arrow Brickyardsarrow
Cities arrow Trail arrow Businesses arrow Furniture Storesarrow
Cities arrow Trail arrow Businesses arrow General Storesarrow
Cities arrow Trail arrow Businesses arrow Hardware Storesarrow
Cities arrow Trail arrow Businesses arrow Photographersarrow
Cities arrow Trail arrow Businesses arrow Seamstress, Tailor, Millinerarrow
Cities arrow Trail arrow Businesses arrow Hotels, Motels, Boarding Houses arrow Crown Pointarrow
Communications arrow Newspapers arrow British Columbia Commercial Journalarrow
Communications arrow Newspapers arrow Montesano Vidette, Wa.arrow
Communications arrow Newspapers arrow Trail Creek Newsarrow
Transportation arrow Boats arrow SS Nakusparrow
Transportation arrow Railways arrow Companies arrow Spokane Falls and Northernarrow
Cities arrow Rossland arrow Businesses arrow Bankingarrow
Cities arrow Rossland arrow Businesses arrow Newspapers and Printersarrow
Cities arrow Butte MTarrow
Transportation arrow Bridges arrow Trail Bridgearrow
Cities arrow Deer Parkarrow
Cities arrow Wanetaarrow
Cities arrow Trail arrow Street Names arrow Cedar Avenuearrow
Cities arrow Trail arrow Utilities arrow Telephonearrow
Cities arrow Trail arrow Businesses arrow Bakeries arrow California Bakery and Coffee Housearrow
People arrow Heardarrow
Hendeearrow
Honoldarrow
Horne-Paynearrow
Uphamarrow
Fluhrerarrow
People arrow Fosterarrow
Challertonarrow
People arrow Corsanarrow
People arrow Maddenarrow
People arrow McDougallarrow
People arrow McPheearrow
People arrow Millsarrow
People arrow Mitchellarrow
Munnarrow
People arrow Oliverarrow
People arrow Orrarrow
People arrow Danielarrow
Divilbissarrow
People arrow Andersonarrow
People arrow Lambarrow
Lukovarrow
People arrow Bostockarrow
People arrow Burnsarrow
People arrow Campbellarrow
People arrow Thompsonarrow
Petersenarrow
Wescottarrow
People arrow Smitharrow

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