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Array THE NIGOLA HERAL
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Vol. I.  No. 28.
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23,1905.
$2 a Year.
GOOD COPPER CAMP
IS    THB    ASPEN    OROVB    MINING
DISTRICT.
Ronald  C Campbell Johnston Contribute* an Article to "Tbe Mining
Journal," London,  on  th*
Aspen Grove.
It is well luilraw attention to vet in
other budding oopper distnot, kuown is
Aipen Grove, silusttd in the Similkameen
mining division of the Yale dittrict of the
province of Brituh Columbia. Tbt Can
tdian PiciGc Railway tnd the Grett
N ertluTU, tfter t long lipte of time, tre
now racing one mother in constructing
line*.
In the Nicole and Quilchena coalfields,
though the c<ial oscurs in an early tertiary
period in geuln|j,, formed pr hably after
th* underlying eruptive oopper bearing
rucks, there Slisti excellent coking bitu
niinous coal in seams 10ft thick, 8ft', snd
sum* less. According Iu the officiil re
ports of the Dominion and proiincul
governments, tfter careful snd repeated
investigation, there is aii';.le coal, air'
basins of I large area. The��e basins ire
but twenty feiur miles Irom Aspen Grove
thus usunng cheap fuel to s nelt the ores
To c elite to Ihe geological condition! of
the) copper beds. The treirl of the low
hill from 3.0110 to 4.0(H) ft. thove sea
level it north tnd south, seperatei by
valley* (tht rocks showing glacial atria;
markings) and almost continuous chains
tnd beaver dams, and ire cl id with scit
tered Douglas pine and poplars (looally
called aspea). All Ihe rocki- are eruptive:
the different species in parallel flows ap
ptrently N. 15degs. W. magnetic anil S
15 degrees. E in ttrike, with i tendency
to dip weit it i steep pitch. The riohest
ore bearing tnd ttrongeit flow is a breccia
of red appearance, ihowing small angular
blaok crystals, intrusions of gieen diabase
oalcite, md othir rocks cemented together
b, heat. Then in conttct comes a dark
green lime diahtte of very close tnd com
pact structure. ISeit comes a close grained, tough tilicous limestone. Again the
lime diabase, then breccia, and, in placet
in tnd or adjoining the regular Michigan
amygdaloid; then t iimestome, slacking
tnd decrepitating on eipneure; then *
hoiieycnmed red trap rock (perhaps the
breccia with almonds dissolved out), til
flanked by coarse grimed grtnite. This
sequence is ttken from the Portlmd mine
brtccia, tnd going list, covering t width
eccross the trend of, say, four miles.
To the west of ths starting point again
oomes diabase, silicous argillsoenus lime
ttone (maybe hiving t stratified appearance from lateral pnssure), s long dis
snee intervening covered by drift, till we
again com* to grinitt flanks.
For sii miles widt, tnd f<>r ten or mort
miles In length tlosg tht it rike of these
flow*, there is found oopper in etch tnd
tvery How, staining the surface tt inttr-
vals. B, blasting out pop holss is tx-
possd native met alio sop;isr, ctlcocit*,
grt, tnd copper glance, tnd mine bornitt,
more ������picitll, ia the breccias and dii-
btsti. In ths lime occur bornit*, oil-
copyrltes, iron pyritss and some spicultr
iron ors.
Ths nitive copper i* mottly in minutt
thott throughout the rocki, not following
onl, cltirige planes, not always visible to
ths naked eye, except whin oxiditing Into
euprite; but in th* blioksmkh's forgt,
from th* prevtlinc* of lime in tht oompo
sition of sll ths rocks, Isrgs globulss of
nstivs ooppsr iwsst out. Ths grty copper glanc* I* dlmmlntttd in blotch**
throughout th* solid rock, interspersed
with th* nttivt-t fust whioh at on**
prohibit* using tttmp hammers, tt in
Lake Superior, to conctntret* tb* values
by wittr, tnd dicttta* th* me of sm��lt*r*
as 'he molt ettle tcoUS cnceiilratO't Hear
tht lurface, iu fiuur** tills I with calcitr
in the breccias, metallic crpper and blaok
mide trt found in Itrgt nndulet and slabs
weighing man, pounds������ g., on the
Copper Sovereign group and other claims,
but thtss occu' r> nee* do not eotmitute the
aiias of on miking tbt run of the mint
It hu still to b* prov*u whether the
lime flows ire the line of weakneat in the
��� hole structure of the rocks of Ihe dia-
rrict, tnd if so, whether here is naturally
concentrated the most cop| er values.
The period of etch flow ia uncertain, s*
every one is duplicated in parallel streaks
hut one would judge the tequeno* to b*
dnbj.se, breccn, limt.
Gold tnd silver occur in slloy, amount
uig in values to $2 and more  per ton  o>
re, tnd art often sufficient to txcted til
nets of mining ind trau��port��turn.
The camp as t whole it undeveloped,
the prospectors ruling in solemn grandeur,
so thtt capital hat to come in to determim
<leptb, width tnd general average values
However, ill tngineers conversant with
embryo oopper deposits, tnd who have
aeto great mines developed from lurface
ho wings and small beginnings, cannot hu
���e struck by the large ires of copper hear
ng ground, by the richness of hind
aamples throughout th* district, h, the
width imoumii g to one or more humlre.l
<if feet across that in pop knles show th
same native and gray copper occuinng in
ths same proportions and of the same
gride. Though hundreds of assays show
ing gray copper of 55 per cent and less,
oHMve ooppsr 96 per cent, supposed sver
age simples of the total contents of shal
low shafts and open cuts gi-ing high returns, have been procured hy the owners,
yet it will take development to block cut
>re, to determine the average values
The prospectors who own the properties
��r* *l present molt rtamntble in their
prices, having Itved for years on deferren
hopes of railway construction which would
enable capital to come in and operate the
deposits it t probt. Consequently the
local store keepert have supplied these
owners under long credit. In tsking a
working bond some mouey must he paid
down to liquidate the prospectors' ou ���
standing debts, tnd enable Iran to live till
the final payment comes. A oomparttive
ly small amount will cover thtse contio
gtneies, ind so no purchase money need
tie paid fora whole twelvemonth, su long
as, sty, ��300 per month is actually spent
tn surveying, Crown graining, tnd de
veloping the property; the first thirty
days in which this imouat is not expend
ed in legitimate development on tht pro
pert,, the bond is null tnd void. Manig
eipenaei are not included, nor tsstytng.
After considerable development It
accomplished, tnd sufficient profile on ore
blocked out ire in light to juitif, the
following evtntt, then eich group must
build and o��n its own smelting pltnt to
treat three hundred ind mora ton* of
oopper ore in the twenty four hour* tnd
to product* blister copper, for no inppei
mine in the world can afford to giv* awiy
their profits to custom smelters, but mui
roip til for their own shareholders.
Bank Of Montreal.
Th* annual statement of ths Btnk of
Montreal issued tod*,, shows net earn -
ingt of 11.638,000, compared with |l,40!t-
000 last ,��ar. Uf these earnings $1,420
000 wu paid in diridtndt, tnd tht re
���mining $218,000 wu idded to profit tnd
loss. The ssets during tbe put year
hsv* increased $23,107.947,76.
Turk*, shoot *t  Quilchesi Sttordt,
tfttrnoon 1:30.
"SUNDAYTRADING"
QUESTION   DISCUSSED    FROM    AN
OTHER POINT OF VIEW.
Do Not Agre* With "The Man Behind
th*  Counter,"  That   the  Stores
Should  Rsmatn  Open  on
ths Sabbath.
Editor Nicolt Herald: Sir: While the
question of Sunday trading is perhspt ton
���vide to admit of lull discussion in your
columns, there is most decidedly mother
(mint of view from that presented by the
"man behind the counter."
Whilst it is no doubt as praiseworthy s��
it is unusual to find a "man behind the
counter' tilling to forego the neekly one
day's rest which is his rightful privilege,
it is rather foolish for htm to make such a
sacrifice unless it he necessary. Is the
Sunday trading a necessity? Is it herausi
si many aisli to do trading on Sunday
that stores sre kept open, or is It that
stores are kept op<n to encourage (or a'
least, not in disci.! n.ge) those around to
buy? Granted, that occasionally a man
may be compelled t.i go to a store on Sunday���is it needful that the store remain
open to meet this p.essihle cane) Let it
'���n known that Sunday buying will be tc
coinpanied t>y inconve-mtnre and extrs
trouble, even if it be not impossible, tnd
most people will reach the store by Saturday night or wait untill Mondty.
The men from the camps sre not in
such need as would entail this sacrifice
for their sake*. The company's stores
provide them with necessities; therefore
hey cannot personally suffer    The cl s
��� ng of stores on Sunday cannot  deprive
hem of "facilities for sending their  pay
to thetr "loved ones" if they choose. The
post office is the medium for that, and it
is closed by Dominion law. These camps
are scattered from Spences Bridge to
Coutlee. Where between these places
will a man have to withstand the tempta
tion " f passing t brightly lighted saloon'
whether his pockets ire full or empty?
We tre ill ready to he sympathetic, lip
why waste tsars or pity on  Sunday  rest
��� ���vera picture of a stile of affairs m��de
impossible by the request of the C. P. R.
that no saloon licences be granted alone
the right-of-way.
If we throw aside excuses and look at
the case frankly, how does it stand?
Simply thus; stores open on Sunday may
get a dollar which otherwise they might
not get until Monday or possibly Bight
<nt get at sll If the dollar is almighty
thst settles it. If other items, such ss
principle, be granted power, results are
.���hanged. There is principle underlying
all these things.
Thtt rivalry exists is to he deplored.
That it is often unchristian admits nf no
doubt. Whether the peiceful agreement
among ttorekeepers to hive their stores
open i definite part nf each Sunday, would
introduoe the christian element into the
matter, ism open question. The actum
of others under similar circumstances
does not affect the question it issue. It
ii for the individual to decide tnd then to
bring his influence to besr on others.
Let ui hope the result will be to strength
sn not tn destroy sn institution which insures hard earned rest to mm, classes,
betides the men behind the counter,
��. A. Mason.
Ths Editor Nicols Herald, Sir, In your
issue of the loth inst you publish sletter
headed "Sundty Trading" in which the
writer pleads on behalf of the men employed upon the railroad now building.
Sure), tir, tht railroad men can find time
twixt   Monday  tnd Stturday uight  in
which to tttend to their privtte affairs.
Surely it cannot he absolutely neceastry
for stores to remain open on th* Sabbath
md disobey the divine command to rest
upon the seventh day tnd keep it holy.
None can gain**, your correrpondent
when he states that th* railroad men have
home* tnd loved ones equally in our
vtlley���even so one would think it not of
nf much moment for t mar. to seek I store
or post office after t days work, howiver
hard hu work mty have been.
Surely, sir, the storekeepers in our
valley ar* not too numerous but they
could mutually agree to remain closed on
���he Sabbath, (or how can t few paltry
dollars weigh in lhe balance against the
honest conscieiitnus upholding of the
Sabbath. Jam s.
0HALLENGE8 DUN8MUIR.
A  Mining   Engineers   Oglnlon on  the
Nicola Valley.
A mei.itiei of the American Association
f Milling Engineers, is out with t deli
ncm to .Uiui s Duminuir, the Vancouver
stead "coal baron." The latter recentl)
n-pec-cl the Nicola valley coal field and
.���a... the country t blacd eya laysthe
Vancouver V\<irld,
"It is the r chest valley I have teen in
thirty years, and I have been ill over thi��
country. I am prepared to go on the
stand and take oath that Mr. Dunsmuir
ever drilled a hole through the earth in
Nicola Valley. I hav* thoroughly ex
amine.) the coalfields of Nicola, and I
lay that they are not even excelled by thi
lauious Pennsylvania coal and oil fields
I'he oi al Lings frnin Vancouver island
may very well condemn the Nicola, as in
the netr future it will prove their great
est competitor at tidewater, Mr. Duns
���mur wanted to get options up there lut
wenry yetrs, without paying cash. It
these options had been given he would
have had tht country in his pnwtr md
need not havt developed it, thus keeping
out t competitor for his coast coal.
Nicola Valley ia being much talked ol
now on account of the 0, Y. K. pushing
itt way into the district, tnd alio because
-Inn Hill will give the region outside con
nee lion by rail with tidewater. Competitive lines will be established,
He conclsded tn elogtum of the Nioola
Valley by laying:
"It it t great country in man, other
respects. The mountains ire ttudded
with millions of feet of commercttl tim
��er, the hills ite full of fine bunch g rass,
furnishing splendid put una lor fattening
cattle, the soil in the valley is thick inn
tirtile tnd anything will grow thire, the
country is dotted with small lakes and
strtams which are full of fish; the woods
art full of game; it is t tpnrtsmin'i para
dtse, and the time it not far distant when
the valley will be fanvus for its oil wills."
TURKEY SHOOT
Embezzler Get* Seven Years
T. Hillhouse Brown, manager of thi
Hamilton branch of the Bank  of Hamil
ton, who wis arrested on i charge of em
bmlmg the bank's funds pletded guilty
list Thursday md was sentenced to 7
yetrs in the Kingston penitentiary.
Brown-Lawrence.
The marriage of Mils Ednt Lawrence
���nd limes Brown wis solemnised it the
the riBtdtnce of W. A. D��dds, Aspen
Grove, this morning b, the Rev, J. Pye
of Nicula. Both in wtll known in Nic
oil tnd Aspen Grove tnd htvt the good
* iihtt of I large circle of friendi
Arrested For Robbery.
Four men were arrested st Ashcroft
on Fridt, who trs supposed to bs connected with the recent trsin robberies snd
the Ctriboo mtil holdup. Consttble
Btinet tnd Detective Johnstons of ths
C. P. R. made ths srrest.
AT QUILCHENA SATURDAY AFTER
NOON AT 1-0.
Under    Tht   Auspice*  of Th*  Nioola
Athletic  Association  Rule* and
Regulation* to Govern The
Competition.
Gn Saturday afternoon under the tus-
pices of the Nicola Athletic Assocttion
will be held t turke, ihool tt Quilchena
when a Itrge crowd ire expected to take
part in the competiti m.
Half a dosen fine Itrge plump turkeys
have been secured by the committee in
charge of the arrai gementa and there will
toe five competitions for men tnd one
for ladies.
The following is the program tnd Ihe
rules to govern it.
Two competitions it 75 yards.
(Ine competition at 100 ytrde.
Uoe ladies competition at 50yards.
One consolation competition at 75 yards.
No peep sights allowed.
One shot only in each competition.
Shooting will commence it 1.30 prompt.
A r He will be supplied by tbe Association
to anyone not bringing their own,
Decisions of commtitee to be final.
Arrangements have heen made for t
conveyance to carry people to Quilchena.
All wishing it take advantage of this
way of travel should notify G. A. Laffert,
on or before Friday.    Fare $1 return.
The football match ou Friday alieruooo
between Nioola and Coutlee did not take
place on account of some misunderstanding in the arrangement with I 'outlee.
However s number of the devotees of th*
game gathered on Broadbeut's field to
have a game, which was nicely started
"When the wind she blowed and the ram
she poured". The storm cleared off in
the course of * few minutes and the
players, nothing daunted, gathered together again when an interesting exhibition of football took place. It is to be
hoped that more games can be arranged
before the snow comes.
Frtd Jackson, manager of the Tritngle
ranch it (Jjiilrheha wss it town today.
Ven. Archdeacon Small will hold services to the Church of England on Sun-
lay uiornii g.
D. W. Iliggius, th* pioneer journalist,
is now editor of the Vancouver World, be
having assumed the post st the beginning
of the week.
J. I'. Taiinihill, wife and children tnd
Miss Bertie Tannihill tre the guests of
Ur. md Mn. N J. Btrwick tnd will
letve in a few days for Chilliwick.
W, Pearre nf Calgary chief surveyor
tnd tstisttnt ltnd commissioner for British Columbia for the C. I'. R. srrived in
Nicols tndty. Mr. Petrce spent several
diys in the vtlley lut Jul,.
H. J. Ctmhie, engineer in charge of
construction on the Nicolt railway tnd
James Macdonnell contrsstor were in
Nicolt yesterday for t ihort time tnd report everything as going on sttisfsotory
at construction work.
N J Bsrwiok, the harness and saddler,
hss just issued s catalogue giving t lilt of
his goods tnd prices. The residents of
Nisolt Vtlley etn not do better thin pit-
roniu home busines* houses snd tny
orders received by Mr. Btrwick will receive prompt tttention. THE   NICOLA  HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Published Every Thursday
Subscription, ln Advano*. t- a T*_r
Nioot.1, B.C. Novmiir _. 1MB.
At a special meeting of the
board of school trustees at Victoria, a resolution was unanimously passed that on and
after December 15th next the
services of Miss Agnes Deans
Cameron as principal of the
South Park school would be
dispensed with Miss Cameron
has been connected with the
Victoria schools lor a number
of years. The reason of dispensing with her services was
that she did not waver from her
opinions, whether they affected
the board or not. The dismissal was the result of the drawing controversy now going on
at coast schools. A petition
signed by representative people
of Victoria will be presented to
the board asking for her rein
statement. Miss Cameron has
the support of the majority of
the people and should, and will
no doubt make it interesting at
the election of trustees t) be
held shortly.
PRESERVATION
The coroner's jury the last
week brought in a verdict that
two of the I'elaware Indians
died from drinking the contents
of a bottle purchased from Ty
rill Duncombe's drug store,
St. Thomas, and that Dun-
combe was to blame for selling
the same. The evidence went
to show that Duncombe gave
the Indians a bottle of liniment,
but the analysis showed that it
was principally wood-alcohol,
colored with arnica, to look like
whiskey. There was no label
on the bottle. The Indians
and white men in this province
do not die from the effect of
home brewed booze, although
it is not the fault oi the liquor.
The cause of their surviving is
no doubt due to the glorious
climate in the west.
ivfl
The bishops of the Anglican
church, since their meeting in
general synod in Quebec, have
issued a pasforal letter which
has been read in the English
churches from the Atlantic to
the Pacific.   It contains:
Prohibition of the remarriage
of either party to a divorce.
Solemn warning against the
race suicide.
Vigorous denunciation of the
vagaries of the modern fashionable society.
Injunctions in regard to the
preservation of the Lord's day.
The emphatic disapproval of
innovations in the musical service of the church
And is interesting reading
from beginning to end.
Art you interested in how
Wt recognire tnd remedy
eye. defects, or in the pit-
servstion of ,our light? If
so, drop us a poit rsrd snd
we will nail you without
chsige onr booklet "Tb*
���Eyeglass Question." It is
sure to interest yon.
MALLERY DRUG CO
KAMLOOPS
In this issue are two communications in reference to
"Sunday Trading" in the Nicola Valley. The Nicola Herald is open for correspondence
on any subject pretaining to the
welfare of the Nicola Valley
and by publishing the same
does not neccessarily make it
responsible for the opinions expressed. As far as The Nicola Herald is concerned it has
no intention to publish correspondence of a personal nature
to injure anyone and while objections were taken to the article in the last issue, the editor
had no intention to give anyone a "crack"
NOTICE
To Hunters
Notice is hereby given thit hunting or
shooting on the property of th* Douglts
Lak* Cattle Company it forbidden. Any
person or persons hunting nr shooting
011 (he above property will be prosecuted
under tbe section* of tb* Qtme Act.
J. B. Gkeavh.
KAMLOOP8, ABHCROrT,  YALK AND
WM.'I.KAMKKN MINING DIVISIONS OF YALE DISTRICT.
VfOTICK Is hereby liven tbtt ill placer min
x' ing claim- legally held in the Kamloops.
Ashcroft, Yale and Similkameen Mining 1)1 v
I-Inns will be laid over from the let day ol
November ensuing tn the 1st day of May. im.
0. C. Tl.'NSTALL,
Gold Commissioner.
Kamloops, October 16th, 1906.
NOTICE.
Official Administrator's Act
In re Etttt* of
ANTOINE GODEY,
The opportunity of a life
time was overlooked by the
residents of N icola Valley last
week, by not asking the premier and chief commisioner of
lands and works to visit this
section while on their tour of
the interior. They had their
programme of travel arranged
but no doubt arrangements
could have been made. The
Nicola Valley is undergoing
considerable changes at present
and a personal visit by the min
isters of the crown may induce
them to see Nicola's interest
in a different light.
TENDERS will be received by the under
signed for the purchase of the Cattle, Horses
and other personal property, and the real es
tate of the late Antoine Oodey.   Terms cash.
Particulats thereof may be obtained from
Peter Marquart, Nicola, H. C.
ALKC D. MACINTYRg,
Offllotl Administrator. County of Yilr,
 Kamloops, B. C.
NOTICE.
Sixty days after dale I intend to apply to the
chief commissioner of lands and works for permission to pnrc.haseOIQ seres mountain pa-ture
land, described as follows: commencing at poet
No. 1, M E. Thynne's 8. E. corner, thenoe N 80
chains, Ihence W10 rhalns. thence S sn chains,
thence E 80 chains. The land is situated ln
Otter Valley and adjoins K. Dndd'a preemption.
19th Oct. 1905. M. K. THYNNE.
-_..  O.  F.
ClOURT NICOLA, No. 8931. A.O. ��., meets
/ second snd fourth Friday in etch month
it S p.m.. In Pooley'* Hall. Visiting brethren
<'iir,..ally Invited.
Ric. A. Fkassk. R, R.
A. H. ('AKiiiMiTiiN. Sec.
Notice.
Notice is hereby gl vn that DO days after date
I intend to apply to the Hon. the Chief Cnm-
miasioner of I-anils and Works for permission
to purchase the following described land situated one mile and one half N of the lxiwer Nicolt
post office.
Commencing at apost marked CF. thence W
forty chains, thence Soulh fo ty diaiim. thence
East forty chains, thence North to point of
commencement and containing forty acres
mnre or le*-*.
Dated at Lower Nicola this 2!st day of September, 1905.
  c. rucK.
In this issue is reproduced
an article written by R. t
Campbell - Johnston to "The
Mining Journal" of London,
ring., drawing attention to the
Aspen Grove mining camp.
Mr. Campbell-Johnston is a
practical mining engineer and
his opinions expressed in one
of the oldest and most reliable
mining journals in the old
ciiuntry will have a good effect
on the country.
King Sprain* Ankle
King Edward ��hil* shooting in Wind
snr Forest Ittt Thursday tripped tnd fell,
spraining his ankle. The king wtt re
moved to th* csstle, but th* shooting
continued. The King's injur, is not regarded it serious. He wtt ible to wtlk
to bit room tfttr irriving tt tht csstlt.
For np to dtte job printing tend your
orders to lbs Nicols Herald offio*.
RBSBRVB.
Rioht or War tor Railways, Etc.
Notice is hereby given that all crown Lands
along the located lines of any railway, power or
ram way company, incorporated under the
authority of the Legislature of this Province,
aii'i having a width of fifty |50| feet on each side
of -aid lines, are reserved for right of way pur
purposes of such railway, power or tramway
company.
W.S. OORE.
Deputy Commissioner nf Lands and Works
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria, B. C��� Oct.. Ird, 1905.
PRINCETON
NICOLA
_
1����
FOR SALE
A Stock Ranch containing
4740 acres,situated near Douglas Lake, with all necessary implements and also stock. For
particulars apply to
W. M. LAUDER,
Quilchena, P. O.
Springhink  Ranch, July 14 h, 11)06.
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
1892   1906
HHW WESTMINSTER, B. O.
R*��. W. J. HtffMaa, B. A . B.D.
Rev. J. P Powell, Burtar.
A oonplett commercial and business
conn*. Students prapared to gtin teach
era certifictt.es of til gridtt. In uriiver
lit, work t full course for the B. A. de
gre* of Toronto University.
Instruction given in Music, Art, I'hyi
oal Culture snd Elocution.
Send for Ciltndtr.
Vf
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cannot give a  man  brains,  but
it will protect those which Nature has
given.   Come in and select a
Stetson Hat
We ruve the Stetson Soft tnd Derby   Hits
in ill lbs latest ttylti.
Our stock of these famous Hats having been
imported direct from the manufacturers we
are able to sell at the lowest possible price.
m
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jIImL
.
GENERAL MERCHANTS
Forwarding Agents from Spences Bridge to all
points in Nicola and Similkameen.
Agents Nicola Townsite, Insurance Agents.
NICOLA PRINCETON
METROPOLITAN
MEAT HARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Order* throughout the District receive careful men i on ind promptly delivered
Fresh Fish Every Friday.
JAIHEt   POOLEY -      Pi-pricfr
COUTLEE BLACKSMITH SHOP
ANDREW SMITH, Proprietor
All kinds of Blacksmith work and  Horseshoing done in
first class shape.    Leave your work here and it will receive
prompt attention.    Satisfaction guaranteed.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvement*,
NOTICE
Aberdeen, Plymouth Queen. Manchester, ���rail n. Conner Relic and   King  Soloman's
Dream Mineral Claims.     Situate In the
Nirnla KamliMips MiniiiK Division at Yale
District   Claims located near 10 Mi t Creek,
North Nicola.
Take notice that I. .'"tin Clapper1���, tret
miner's certiltra t No. B7tMS. intend,80 days
from the date hereo', to apply to the mining
recorder (or a certiAcateof Improvements, for
the mirpoM) uf obtaining t crown grim of the
luove claims.
And further take notice that action, Ueder
section .17, must be commenced before the lisu-
toce of such certificate of improvements.
Hated this lit li da) of September, 1905
JOHN CLAPPKKTON.
MINERAL  ACT.
Certificate, < f Improvements.
NOTICE
Copper .Standard and Amelia Mineral Claims.
sit nali' In ths SlmilkameBen Mining Division
of Yale District. Where located: In Aspen
Urove Camp.
Take notice that. I. F. W. Orovee, acting as
agent f��r Isaac Eastwood, Free Minor's certlfl-
oate  No. HffiAjn. J. ���'. Campbell free miner's
c.rtill"*te No.  B'-e.V John McDonald, free
miner's cerliiir.tr No Bl-la. Char'iw J. Chris
tien, free miner's crriihYiie. No. B_ai9 l/uls J.
Bali, free miner's certificate No. tt .Vi9  sad
Price Hli-eon fti* ii InerVcertlfl'ite No i_���II.
intend, sixty days ftoiu the d ��� to bere*>f, tu ����p-
fil> to the mining record"! for* certificate nf
mproremenU, for the purpose of obtaining t
crown grants of the above claims.
And fmther take notice that action, under
section 37, uiUft bt mm mended befo< e tht l���u
inn of such certificate of Improvements.
Dated this Uth dav of .September, 1906.
Notice.
Subject to the Dominion llomestesd
Re | illations.
Thirty days from dale hereof 1 Intend to take
nnfseMion of the following described 'audi,
From Wm. Morrii's N w pa_t, situated at
the iiolni nf Junction of Petit creek and Nicolt
river, thence x tn chains more Uf le s, lo 8. W.
rnrner of Indian reserve, thent" 40 rhalns mors
or lets to po-t on bank of Petit creek, thence
follow bank of Petit creek N to teolnt of com
niencement I 'ontlining Is all, ISO ten* Bare
or less.
(Signed) Sept., Utk int.
C. F. FUCE.
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Horse Shoeing a specialty.
NICOLA LAKE, B.C.
Notice.
Notice la hereby given t hat within slily days
from date I intend making application to tne
Hon. Commissioner of ������ids and w__i for
permission 'opurchase320acres of pasture land
In the Kamloops Division of Yale District;
situated as follows: Commencing at a slake it
the ti W. corner of the land; running thenoe
East SO chains, thenoe North 40 chains, thence
West 8U chains, thence South 40 chains, to thi
point of commencement.
Oeo. Bent.
.September, ti. 1906.
Notice.
Notice Is hereby git-en thit within slily dsys
from date 1 Intend making application to thi
Hon. Cnnimiasinner of lands and works for per'
mission to purchase 84'�� seres of pasture Itnd ln
the Ksmloops Division of Yale District, situated
aa follows: Commencing at t slake tt tht N.W,
corner of Indian Reserve on Qoilchena Creek,
running them* South 80 chains, theme West
80 chains, thenoe North 80 chains, thence list
80 chains to tht point of MMmoment.
T. H. JUNKS.
Se Umbt r. 30th, 1906.
Notice.
Notice Is hereby give* that within 60 days
from dale 1 intend making application to tht
Hon. Commissioner .of lends and Works for
permission to purchase Ht's1 acres mote or less of
monntaln pasture land In the Kamloops Division of Yale District, si' uatcil as follows, com
mincing atisiake 10 chains W, of the N. K.
earner of tec. 10 I'. 100: running thence E, 60
i hains, thence N. 40 chains, thenee 1.40 chains,
thenrs N. 46 chains more or less to Stump l_ke
��� hence 8 W. along the E htnk of Stump leke
100 chains to the point of nommeormeot, con
laming :*>i acres more or less. Al��o; onnun nc
ing st - ��. corner nf I, 999 O. 1, tbence North
16.76 chains, thenee K*est incha!n��,Ihence Soulh
16 chains to the N. bank of Stump Lake, thence
Weal along -tnmp Uke 4S chalna to the point
of rnmmeooemrnl, containing <M acres more
or lets.
t, A. PALMER
September. SOU, lite THE  NICOLA   HERALD
WESTERN PROSPERITY
British  Columbia Is  Sharing  ln  Th*
Oeneral  Move
The Winnipeg Free Press in its iisue
of Saturday last  publishes the following
froinaIlrili.il  Columbia  correspondent:
The first blush of returning prosperity
is becoming tpparent on tho industries
ind enterprises of British Columbia.
The indications of this ire manifett on
���very tide. The recent history of British
Columhis has heen very largely * catalogue
of woe. Ni' soonT wss s rich silver
mining district discovered then the prioe
of silver dropped out of sight. Still thi re
was lead at a good price and with s good
market, "IiiIh cupper ami giold came to tin
front to stir up enterprise. The copper
boom in Bi i-h Colum'iU has never been
properly understood or fairly interpreted
Many people think that ths people nf
British Columbia were responsible for it.
and elece���ml,-, upon the unwary east <*ith
all the joy and triumph till illuminate
the Israelite who got an opportunity ol
spoiling ihe Egyptians, as t matter ol
fact, British Color,loans are ai inn h
aiis/i tl and dutnfnuiided st it as anybody
else. It wis really an offshoot of thai
speculative 111 vemetit in the United .Stale
allien: has certainly inspired the pen, if i'
did not turn the wit* if Mr. Thomas
La*son, of Boston, and was far more
largely a product of eastern manipulation
than of arstern adventure While the
movement collapsed, mining derelopmen1
in British Columbia collspsed also. The
lumber output was still large, but over
production of rough lumber on ths An en
oan side kept, prices down to a limit - hie).
put mills that had credit into the hands
of ihe banks ahd those tlisthad none into
the hands of the sheriff.
Today an extra ordinary change has
come over the spirit ol her dream. 1'
would he hard lo assign a general i tun
for this. A number eef particular causes
seem to have cuitributetl to a general re
stilt. The Doininon g ���.eminent saved
the lead situation by a lummy. But ��
hieiiuiy limited in time and amount could
not in the nature of things cause much
expansion, or investment of capital. N'i��
however, lead hasris' n slowlyand steadily
in price till the bounty is almost entin
guished and a steady high world market,
gives security for all possible expansion
md production.
Old mines are being reopened and ol
��� -neliers rehabilitated as a result. Tin *
IM instead of being a detriment turned
uu' tn he a factor of great commercial
value. Hence activity and a beginning
of dividends. Then as to copper, during
lhe amalgamated boom copper was at 17
cents t pound by artificial manipulation
During the recreation 11 cen's. Now it
It 16 cents. For a low grade enpp. r mim
11 cents no ana stsrvation, hut 1G cent-
large and stesdy profits. In lumber the
eotigesiinii relieved itself, and the demand
being still good it is believed the lumber
men are no longer discounting notes they
cannot pay out of the proceeds of their
business.
Naturally these developments ire tempt
ing back capital. This ia seen in the
building of railways, smelters and mills,
ihe opening of new mines and old ones.
as well as in the re ���emergence with an
actual value of investments long counted
total lofset.
But there is another movement on fool
in British Columbia eventually more im
pnrtsnt than *ny of these, the movemen1
of people on to the ltnd. This movement
is co ordinate with ind pirtly the mult
of immigrition to Manitoba ami th* mw
provinces. The comparitive cheapness of
fruit Isnd compared with tht atata of
Washington, the large market, and the
good prie'es obtainable hue awaked people
people to the opportunities of extensive
firming, pirtiuularly fruit growing.
The meining of this to British Col urn
bis ii important, but it also has tome
meaning for Western Canadt is t whole.
The present population of British Col
umliia is not over t qtiarttr of s million
including Indians snd Chinamen. Netrly
ill of it it centered in oitist ind mining
towns. It is growing with ftir rapidity.
But if settlement it iddtd tn industrial
development then tbers must bt * great
movement to tht Pacific Province, I
m evcrosnt which will bring it into lint
with Mtnitobt, Sitkichewin tnd Alberta
and greatly belp to augment the impor
tance of tht west ln tht affairs of the
Dominion. All that development described it confined to tbt strip which Ilea
south of th* C P. R. main line. What
momentum sill development receive whe>
the great vacant territory to the nurth is
opened up!
Two of a Kind.
A preacher cam* tt t newspaper mtn
in this way: You editors cannot tell the
truth, if you did you could not live, for
J ur paper  would  he t failure."    The
ditor replied : "You are tt ill times
��� nd under all circumstances right, ari'i
th* miniiter who will tell tht tru!h abou
his church members, alive Nf dead, - II
out occupy his puipn more thtn one   un
lay, tnd then he will find n itctntry to
leave town in a hurry.   Rtpfwa	
pulpit go hand in hand with whitewash
brushes and pleasant   words,   magnifying
ittt- virtues into big ones. The pulpit,
the pen and the gravestone ire the greet
tont msking triumvirate," The miuistei
went off looking very thoughtful, while
'he editor turned t�� his work snd told of
the surpassing beauty of a bride, when in
fact she a as as homely as t mud fence
and tha lending merchant, father of th-
������ridegro'im would be a bankrupt ere his
debts were paid ���Exchange.
The price of call money on the New
Y<>rk in ii lee t Thursday eatablinlied * new
record, reaching the hitherto unheard of
figure f SO per cent. The reason assign
d is the same is list week's, the steady
flow of money westwird, required for the
movement ��� f crops.    The consequence is
* decline in nearly all securities at Ihe
opening of the market. During Tuesday
then was �� slight rally with fractional
���dvances.   The price has now dropped to
��� IttioHt a normal condition.
NOTICE.
The public will please take notice that
on and after November, 1st all messages
��� ml conversation* nn Government Tele
phone lines will be sent and received
through Central Orti.'e st Nicola. The
nublio business heretofore done at the
stores of A. R. Carrington and A. K.
Howse A' Co., will be discontinued  tfier
>hat date.
OH AS. S. STEVENS,
Superintendent.
If yoa Need Anything
ii, tl,c
CARPENTER
Line, seud your ��ork to the undersigned
All orders finished in a workmanship
maimer.   Cabinet work a specialty.
j. R. McGregor,
Lower Nicola, B. C.
LOWER NICOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL���
Is prepared to take con'racts for
sawing lumber and getting out
timber.
Uener-I Mill Contract* Kxccatrd
PRICK* MODKKATK
Parties wishing  work can  have tame
promptly attended to by applying to
F. D. WOODWARD,
Lower Nicola, B. C.
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker,Jeweler
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
All kinds of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
etc., kept in stock.    Wedding presents t speciilty.
First cIhrs repairs done on short notice
and returned at once
THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR
SMOKING GOODS 18 AT
J. A. SCOTFS
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
-AMunri
Cull Stack of IbimcH'ie- nnil liniioi'led Cigars,
and the htd smoking tabaeeaal-aii onhaid
Drop In and enjoy aqniet game nf Hllli .raia
Agenl fnrlhe Pioneer -steam laund-t. Vancouver.   I-iiiidrysliip ed ever) ���* Bra���y,
IIOTI.I.s.
MONTREAL IIOTKI,, KaiiilnniN. Naieoleot.
ax Lalrenionillc. pro.rie-t.,'. Kirst class It-
e\ciy particular. Oood wines, Liquors and
cigars.   Stabling in en .nee t nn.
T7,AMI.0np.. H01ISK, |>. Herod, nroprieleir
���_ Hos! stock eef w nes. liqiioes fti'd faftrs ill
'he Interior. Just lb* taw for a ale* cool re
freshing glass of beer. When in Kamlooi -
call in.
flHANII PACIFIC HOTKL, Kamloops. Th
��-* nearest h��tel to the railway sintinn. Ih
only rnvnenient hotel for traveler* (J is
rooms, good 'ii'ilie, Kne>d lieptnts. 'I'WO Iftll,'.
sample rooms. I', A. Rariihrtr', proprietor.
Good stabling in connect inn.
A Slll'liorr HOTKL.   The moil convenient
���cl   ho'el for visitor- In Ashcroft.   TfcsVstof
Uible lewd    Hot on i cold baths,   'loir n	
sen' ni lie meets all trains.   Johnson k Perkins,
proprietors,     ,
Otter Flat Hotel
Charles Dn'iarrn, P�� prietor.
II'LAMKKN CITY, B. C.
Heaili|UHrters    for   Summit,   Rihhil
I mouuiain, Tiilatnee.n river, Boulder, Beat
and  Kelly creek  camps.    Ootid  Fiehnit
and Bnating.
1'. 0. Address:   Aspen Grnre.
Stiip al Hip
ROCKFORD HOUSE
RllBT.  ScoTT,   Proprietor
When   traveling   on   the Nicola mud
Convenient place fnr travelers, withgo'iri
accommodation.
BILEY HOUSK
NICOLA LAKK, B. C.
First class board and lodging by thi
day week nr month. Every attentim
given tn the travelling public.
Mrs. Rii.kv, Proprietress.
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all paid up, $i4,ooo,coo Rest, $ic,ooo,ooo
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $373,988
Total Assets        .... $135,124,452.74
PRESIDENT, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, 0 0. H. 0.
VICE-PRESIDENT.        ��� Sir 0*0. A. Drummond. K. 0. M. Q.
OENERAL MANAGER ��� E. S. CLOUSTON
Head Office  Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from   $1.00   and   upwards.     Interest
Credited twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
BANKING BY MAIL
Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail.     Out of
town accounts receive every attention.
THE NICOLA BRANCH IS NOW OPEN
A. W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
��
I
Of
R. M. WOODWARD
Is still doing business at the Old Stand. A
jood stock of Lumber constantly on hand.
Orders promptly filled.
\ Lower Nicola,      -     -     -     B. C
Rosedale Hoiise, I;o\Ver \Ticola
GENERAL STORE, POST OFFICE, EXPRESS
AND TELEPHONE OFFICE.       -      -
S. J. WOODWARD
Unequalled ns a
SUEQCQer Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
griLCIIKMA, R c.
BLAIR & CO.
-DEALERS IN-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. C.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Resident Agents ln Nicola for the
ROYAL, and LONDON 4 LANCASHIRE FIRF, INSURANCE CO.8
ST EJ-w ART'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
1
also  General Li-���ery
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every   I but-day lor Mcola Lake,  Kamloops,
Princeton  and way points at 6 a. m.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 a.m.
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday lor Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
Every  Sunday  6 a. tn.. arriving Spences
Bridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
Every   Tuesday and Friday for   Spences
Bridge at 6 a. m.
Every Friday for Princeton at 6 a. m.
Special trips made by appointment.
Telephone connection with Kamloops
M. P. STEWART,    -    -    Proprietor
JOB WORK
JOB WORK THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NEWS
Alonzo Roberts of Atpen tirove was ia
Nicolt thia week.
Rev. W. GovienndO.M. Br**h viiitid
Aspen flrov* section thit week.
Thot. Williams (and  wife returned  to
Spencet Bridge on .Saturday from Ctutltl.
Business Local*
8mok* Interior or Lt Morent Cigar*.
For the beet in the hsrnesisn dtaddlery
line, sss Btrwick'* Ittsst i unsignoitnt.
Letterheads, billheids, snvslnpes can bt
htd tt tht Nicolt Htrtld office.
T Mttthtwt wu in Quilchtnt for �����*.
dtys Ittt week doing work slung hit lint.
Owt * blanket fur jour horns tt Btr-
wick's Harness tnd Saddlery. Alio *
���took of Holies, *tc.
Mr. sol Mn. Robert Johnston of
Lower Nicols, spent I ftw days in town
thu week.
J. B. Oretvet, manager of th* Douglat
Ltkt I'itt le Co'i ranch**, wtt in town
Tuesdsy on business.
A turkey thoot under] tht suapicei o'
the N. A. A. will be held tt Quilchtna
on Stturdiy, Nov. 25.
A. Irwin, Indian agent return I to
Kamloopt yesterday after a visit to his
charges through the vtlley.
J. W. Pitterson of Victorit trriyed
thia week ind has taken a potition with
the A. E. HtwseCo., Ltd.
Th* meeting of the Liberal Assooiaiinn
called for Tuesday evening was post,
poned until some future date.
Stuart Henderson, M. Y. P. and dangh
ter left the first of the week for A��hcroft
after several days viait in tilis section.
D. M. French wm up from Coutlee on
Monday for a short time. He report,
the ra'lway construction work on the
move at that plac*.
The turkey shoot at Quilchena lahtv
day under the au��p'ces nf the Nirola
A'h'eHo Association promises to he one
of the events of th* season.
When ynu wsnt * good smoke ��sk for
tha Interior or La Morena Cigar, manufactured by th* Inland Cigar Factory.
Kamloops.
You need visiting Carols. Get your
supply at the Nicola Herald office.
THE KOOTENAY
STEEL RANGE
In all sites and styles. Guaranteed
article. Our sales have already
more than doubled those of last year
Our leader 1* the 6 hole Steel Range
for $45. n anufacliired by Million
Mfg. Co., nl< ��� a full line of
Air Tight Heater*
LEEMING'S HARDWARE
KAMLOOPS
CHURCH SERVICE
Presbyterian Church, Nlcnla Lake:   Ser
vices every Minnnilt at II a. ni. and 7:,1U p in.
eiiIon- cites tnd Salobalh School, 2:30 p.m.
Kkv. Geokuk Mason,
1'n-e.lnierian Hastor.
Kkv. John I'yk,
Methodist I'astor.
Methodist Church, l/iwcr Vloola: Dlvini
crilie eveey I orde. Day at 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.in
���undaysihoolati!p m.
John I'vk.
Methodist Mlol-ter
Gkowjk MasuN,
I'reshylcrlan Minister
"hurch of England.-Chun* of 8t. Join
lhe I���ptis, Nii-oln:
Mi ma II t, in.:   I.iiiin> and Huly Communion
Ven. An hili'iu-iin Small
Kvi nlng Prayer, 7:15 p m.
KKV. WM. OOVIKK.
A. McOilUary will leave Coutlee shortly
fnr Teemntn  and   eaatern cities  to  visit [
re'atives   and   Itiends,   it being twenty
three years tince he left that section.
Q. H. BRASH,
Accountant and Auditor
REAL ESTATE       INSURANCE
Temporary ��� ffice-Stewart's Stage   Big
NICOLA. B  C.
Anyone wishing transportation tn
Quilchena to ittend the turkey shoot nn
SaturdaT will please notify (i. A. Lafferty
on nr before Friday.    Fare, tl return.
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c
Omeial Adiiiinie-trator
Office.- ('oiinienlal Work. cut of Post Oftl'-e
Kaooiloops, B. C.
A court ief revision and ippetl under
the assessment act, for the Kamloops,
N co'a and Pjincetnn assessment diatric'a
will be held at Nicula, nn Wedneaday 27th
Dec., and Princeton nn Dec, 30th.
Miss Allen, whn has been visiting with
Mr and Mra. A.K. Hnwse for some time,
lift nn Monday for Lower Nicolt tnd
from there tnnk the stage fe^r Spences
Bridge enrnute tn her home in Vancouver
George McCullough ctme in from the
McCulluogh nnch in Otter Valley on
Monday evening and after visiting in the
Nicola Valley for a few days, will leave
for Vict.rit where he will likely spend
the winter.
The Ladiea' Guild of St. John'* Chu'eh
of Kngland meets at the residence uf Mrs
R. H. Winny, tnmnrrnw afternoon *>
2.30 n'clock. Arrangements will be onm
pleted for the annual bazaar to be held
next month.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Barrister,   Soln itor and   N tary   PwMi'
OfBce:   Ea-t if ihelanadiate Hank nf I'oie.
merre. south side of Victoria stmt, Kamloop>,
Money to loan on real eslste scrurity.
HARDIMAN & MARSDEN
Land Mining and Oeneral Supply Agth
Mining e gineers. Iteportson mining prop r-
lieslhruughthe Dislriet, A gen a loi inlniniv.
cnntrac'ors, farm m���'hiner), wagons, buggi1 s
He. ( ahleaeldre-s. ������Auriiin." Codes: Brom
hall, More,ng& Nial, A. h. ('. 1th.
Warehon-e-Cun'otet. Nicola Valley, B. C.
a llltls. Ol TUKTT
A It, i . *_ l/indiiii.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Kamloops, II C.
Assays and analyses ot Ores, Coal and In
dustria' pnsi net*,
. amples by mail or stage receive prompt
���lletuion.
R. H. Winny returned from the Dour-
lat Lak* Cattle Co's nnch tt D<oug<st
Lakl th* Brit of th* week, hiving pur
chased fourteen head of light tnd heavy
brood mire*. Mr. Winny intends to go
eitetisively into the hone business in
connection with hit genertl ranching
The mar** tre nf the best tnd turning
from theD ouglts Lake Ctttl* Co'i ttock
c*u b* considered tt A. 1.
KAMUJOPS.  NICOLA  AND   PKINCKTON
A88K8SMKNT DISTRICTS.
NOTICK Is hereby given that Court of Kevin,
ion and Ap eal under the "Assessment Act
1913", foi the Kamloops, Nicola and Princeton
Assessment Districts, will be held a'���
The <"ourt House. Kamloops, Monday, Dec,
lsih. 1*��, at II a.m.
The Court House, Nicola, Wednesday, Dec,
nth 1!) es at II am.
The Court Mouse, Prinoeton, Hal unlay, Dec,
30th at II a m.
Dated ac Kamloops, Nov: Uth, A. D. 1905.
ALKC. D. MACINTYKK.
Judge of nid Court
JIMT llllllll.li
A full stock of up to due goods to
supply the   Harness   tnd Saddlery
trade of Nicolt district. Ctll   or
lend your orders for
Harness, Saddles,
Saddlery Hardware,
Horse Clothing, etc.
Specialty made of Cowboy Outfits.
N. J. BARWICK.
NICOLA ��� . H C
f
F. G. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
C-ERI-5E AND ffAtiON WORK
Horseshoing done in a
first class manner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
All Work Guaranteed
M BEATTIE
\ tin l a ut, Cum mi.si .hi, Insurance
and Oeneral Agent.
Main Street ���      -      Kamlunps
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
3010  Westminster  Road
VANCOUVER, B. C.
II. a. <.ro�� n slock ot Fruit and
Ornamental Tri'cv
Apple Trees; 2 and 3 year oIiIh: 115 to (20 pei
e00. ai-cordm* to variety. One-year olds, 4 to I
eet. $10 In $12 per WO.
Kxtoa niee stork of Cherry. Peach, Plum.
\pricots, ete., now K'owini/ for fall orders. No
xpt-nse, loss nr delay of luminal inn or Inspee
ion. l.et me i��rie your list, before plai'ing you-
e der.   Catalog freo-.
Ilreenhouse Plants, Floral Work, Bee Hup
elies, Kruit I'm kaijes. Fertilisers, e'e.
M. J. HENRY,
1010 Wcstminsicr Koad,      V*\cuuv*h, B c
WATCH REPAIRING
All kinds of Watch, Cluck
and .1.-ee-lry rei aira il no in
first clisa oorder and satmfae-
ti<>n L'liirniti'i'il. Ail wurk
entrusted tn nur care will be
cumpleted and returned without delay
H. 'I. t'4M**_-UUi A CO.,
C. I'. K. Time Inspectors. Kamloops
MOORE'S
NON-LEAKABLE
FOUNTAIN PENS
Are Clown to llaiulle>
Does nut lesk, always ready fur use.
Will nut snd the lingers. Fitted with
point* to suit everybody. Positively
the best Fountain  Pen that is made.
SMITH BROS
IOOKSTORB
K ��� 11111>. 11 h and Vernon
JAMES SMITH
GENERAL
BLACKSMITH
LOWER NICOLA, B. C.
All kinds of repair work don* in s
neat tnd satisfactory manner tnd in ihort
notice.
Horseshoeing
"THE PEOPLES STORE.''
THE FOLLOWING TO ARRIVE THE BEGINNING OF NEXT WEEK.
Codfish, Shrimps, Kippers
Mephisto Lobsters
Cut Peel in Tins      Shelled Almonds
C. & B. Marmalade,  TOGO Rice
Icings California Figs
Smyrina Figs Milk Chocolates
McLaren's Cheese    Wetheys Mince Meat
Campbell's Assorted Syrups.
TO ARRIVE IN A FORTNIGHT
Japanese Oranges.
Confectionery, etc.
A.R.
General Agent Excelsior Life Insurance Co.
Notary Public.
NICOLA, B.C.
" II' PAYS TO DEAL WITH US."
THE BIG GENERAL STORE
STOVES AND TINWARE
Stoves, Kanges, Heaters, Grai iteand Tinware from the McClary Manufacturing Co.
of London, Ont. The be>t makers in
Canada
GENTS FURNISHINGS
Shipments of Fall and Winter Goods,
Men's Underwear, Top Shirts, >uits, Overcoats, Reefers, etc, just received.
LADIES' GOODS
Skirts, Blouses, Golf Jackets, Walking and
Skating Bouts, and all the latest in Dress
Goods, Silk Blouses, etc,
LUMBER YARD
All kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber
in stock.    Flooring, Rustic, and Shiplap,
GROCERIES
The best of everything that can be bought
at lowest prices,
J,
,ife and Fire Insurance Agent.
Lower Nieola,
\j
S
II
l^otary Public.
B. o.
COUTLEE HOTKL
COUTLEE. B C.
Jos. Richards,      -      proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.  First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Oood Stabling ln Connection. Telephone Connection

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