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NICOLA HERALD
Vol. 2.  No. 26.
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1906.
$2 a Year
FOR DOMINION DAY
NICOLA   WILL  CELEBRATE    HOI.I
OAT ON MONDAY
1-iint*  Tournament Receiving Large
Number of Entrl**    Hore* Racing
and Oymkhana ���aanta.-Ladlaa'
Guild Arrangement*.
"Ada; of fat-ting aad *( mirth
A day of (port, th* beat on earth."
Such in th* word* of an old world poat
1* tiptcted to ha th* Doiaiaioo Day o��l*
bratUo thi* year on Monday, July 2nd,
Id Nioela. (liven goo' wuth*r and a
larg* crowd and even tba molt tangDin*
���i|i*ot��lion* may be realized. Tha ton*
ulit-e of ih* Nieola Athletic Aaiociatlon
ha* orach-ally completed all th* n*ce*
��ary *rr*n|*m*nt*, on* or two minor d*
tail* hiving yet to be i��til*d. Th*
tennl* toarnamctit i* causing almoit a*
much ex*itam*nt a* tbe hon* r*��e*
Ther* ire already a large aurober of
���otrie* and promiae* of mora. Tha
bora* rioc* will again be one of tbe ohitf
evtnti of the .ay, while tba gymkhana
���port* will prov* no !��*��� *atert��tning, if
not ao Hotting. Tb* tenni* tournament
will itart at 10 o'clock *harp and com-
pelitor* ara raquaated to ba on th*
ground! no later than tbit lima ao that
(bar* n**d ba no waiting batwata tha
mu. Th* athletic (port* will Hart
���boat 11 o'clock and will aoatinaa till
lunoh tin*. Luach will ba served by tba
Udi**' Guild of tba Ohar*h of Eaglesd
and they will alao aatar for the refr.eh
meat of tba crowd daring the afternoon
and ��ill provide a tupper at 6 o'clock.
Immediataly after lunch tha hone race*
will b* run and then ahould prove *om*
of tba mod interaating event* of tb* day.
The tannia tournament will probably
tak* tomt time to run off ind will ba
proceeded witb while tb* other athletic
���port* ir* in progrea*. Tba gymkhana
eventi, ueually provocative of much
laughtar and iotanaa competition, will ba
decided immediataly after tha horn*
recti The ramaindar of the day will
Mttle the final* of th* ttunia tourna-
���antfor which hindmme priiu have
been provided. A dance in Pooley'*
Ball In tha awning will wind ap what
tba tommlttee bop* will prove one of tb*
moat enjoyable and succesilul day'*
���port* aver bald in th* Nieola Valley.
Railroad Subsidies.  Ouatom   Change*.
The following *ub*idiai for railway con-
itructton were submitted io the Houae of
Common* at Ottawa laat weak, tha minimum allowance being 132,000 per mil*.
The Kootenay Central from Golden to
the boundary via Windermere and Fort
Steal* eroising th* Crow'* Neit railway
near Elk, 186 mile*; Kettle Rivet Val-
ley from Grand Porki ap the North
Portal, 50 mile*.
Revelitoke become* * custom port on
Jnly lit. Th* outport* of Aihcroft, Golden, Ktmloopa and Vernon are det*ch*d
from Ntw Westminiter tnd placed undtr
1-tvtlstoke. King* Gite heenmn in nut-
port under Nation.
Nioola Telephone Ltna.
The Dominion Government will tpend
13,000 re poling tha lina between Kamloopt and Nioola, aad $6,600 will ba
(pant in improving tha lina between
Nieola and Penticton via Granite Creak,
Princeton, Hedley, Koremeni aad Fair
flaw. Tha improvement* oa th* latter
part ar* badly need*d, th* lina between
Princeton and Nicola being in vary bad
ebepe 	
John Lindley and Parry Jobniton. of
Lower Nicola, were in town today.
A PACIFIC ROUTH.
O.P.R. Will Compete With Sua* Canal
Route.
A well fouaded report n currant
anioug chipping circlM thtt the C I'll
will pnt line tt.t_._r* nn tht Pacific
route, Vancouver to Auitralii, which
will ihortan tbe voyag* by thr** dty*
tim*. Th* move i* on* which would
ne'urally b* tipeoted from �� cntnp*ny
which ha* to meet the Itarceat ot competition an I wh.*. mtnagenitat and
directorate, keeping abreait and tvtn
ahead of tha timer, are far teeing
eanugh lo realize the advantage! accruing Id Ibal concern which firit tikel
hold of in opining in th* wide field of
commerce. The new boata will ba
���qua! in ipttd to th* Empr*** sltamin
on tb* Atlantic route. Several ytar*
igo, Sir William Via Borne, while on a
vleit to Vancouver, annoaneed that tb*
time wa* coming when the Empreiie*
would ba plaoed oa the Auitrilitu route.
At that time eonditiont were decidedly
nnfavorable t* tha eatibliihment of such
a line of ataameri, nor wonld th* traffic
aeturod have been anything lik* an ad*
quita r*-omp*ni* for th* truubl* and ex-
peuee in eitiblihing it. Now, however,
a preferential tariff for Canadian goode ie
being talked of in Aaitnlii, and inch i
conne wonld. in every likelihood, neeei-
litat* reciprocal treatment. The time
iiemi ripe for a line of feet ileimen lo
be aatibUahed, and the 0 P R. with it*
uiail promptntae *nd thoroughaees ara
th* moat likely to **rry Ih* lehama
through to a aoeeeeaful iiau*. Th*
lata.' move of tba big rail and ateamihlp
oompany will plaee the Vtncouvtr rou'e
In a potition greatly nperior to that by
the Suex Canal in relation to tbe Old
Country.
Max LeOlalra Murdered.
A double murder wt* committed near
Baialton lut watk. Max LaOlkire. a
well known guide and big game hunter
from Kimloopi ind Alatauder Mclnloah,
* loctl hill breed, were the vitttm*, tnd
th* murderer la aaid to b* Simon Magun,
a llarelton Indian. Mtlntoah and
Magnn hid a qaarrtl tba evening pre-
viout to the murder, md whtn th* body
of Mclnloah wit found on tbt rotd tbout
a mile from town, inipiilon at once
pointed to tke Indian. Mclutmh had
been (hot from behind, apparently while
riding into town. Further on the road
LeOlaire'i body wta found, alio ihot
through th* back, aad apparently about
an hour afttr tbe tret marder. Con*-
talil* Kirby and other* ar* on th* track
of tha Indian, and a reward of $300 i*
offered for hii captur*.
Col. Sktiodtn, af tbe N.W.M.P. ku
arrived et Baulton and i* awaiting t detachment of tbe police from Kdn.onton
to  uti't  In   capturing   the  murderer
Mai LtClkir* wu wall ilium through
out th* dialriit aa t ikilled hunter tnd
guide. Be left Kamloope about two
month* ago to join (.. C. Cnwan and
Hon. G. V Maiwall at H._.lton. La
Claire weut by the Cariboo road and
trail with th* pack animal* Th* in
tentiou of ihe party wu to iptnd th*
���euon in tb* north going uroaa
country from Baialton to Edmonton.
LeClaira Utvei a mother in Kamloopa
aud two liiten to mourn hii Ian.
MINING DIVISION
Coppers. Limited.
R. P. Ingll* of Montreal, repreaentirg
Copper*, Limited, owner* of Ihe Golden
Sovereign and numerou* other group* of
claimi in Aipen Grovt, returned from *
vitit to tb* propertie* on Saturday and
left thi uuie evening for tha tut. Mr.
Inglii ii more thin pleaaed with th*
���bowing* onth* Goldan Sovereign, on
which work it being prottcuted.
MINISTER OF MINIS MARKS NIOOLA
SEPARATE DIVISION,
A Muoh Needed Improvement Granted
Will Oo Into Effect After August
First    Boundaries  of th*
N*w District.
ln the lut issue of the B. C. Gaietta,
tba following notice from tbe miniiter of
mine* i* published, whioh goe* into affect
August lit, plicing the Nioola in a mining diviiion by itulf. The boundtriu
of tbe new dittriet are aa follow):
Starting it a point un tbe Nicola river
Immediately above the mouth of Agate
creek; thence north-euterly along the
height of land separating the drtinige
j area of Shuhnn (reek from th* drainage
j area of Mamete (Guiohon) ereek to i point
north went of Mamete lake; ihence easterly to the croeifng of Mamete creek immediately north of Mamete lake; ihence
continuing easterly along the height of
land eepariting the driinage of irei Meadow creek en the north from tha drainage
area of Ray creek ind Nicoli like on the
���outh; thence loutherly along tbe height
of ltnd lepirtting tht drainage area
ot Nicola lake on the (outh and
Stump like on tha north; thenc* easterly along the divide between the
watarthedi of Salmon and Chapptron
lake* to i point what* such divida joini
lha divide between tba drainage *r*M of
1 Okinigan lak* on th* eut and of tha
Nicola aud Similkamaen riven on the
weit; thence following aoutherly ilong
the latter divide to a point on mob divide
between the headwaters of Deep creek on
the eaat and Five-Mil* creek on the welt;
thence weiterly along the height of land
forming the northern boundary ef tha
waterahed of Five-Mile creek to i point
on iuch waterihed due cut of tht north
end of Miaaeiula lake; thence due weet
to th* head of Miuetala lake; thine*
waatarly to a criming of Utter creek
where it ia eut by the northern boundtry
of Lot No. 1,310; thence weiterly along
blight of land separating tbt drainige
area of Otter oreek below thi* point on
tbe south from the driinage trie of Otter
creek above thie point and of the Cold-
water river on the north, to a point
where iuch height of land mieti tha
height nf ltnd irpariting the driinage
irei of tha Fraser and Thompson river*
on th* weit from the .rtinige are* of the
Coldwater tnd otbtr tributaries of the
Nioola river abov* Agate creek on tho
eaat; thence northerly along such height
of land to the Nicola river immediitrly
abov* the mouth of Agate creek to point
of commencement,
ANCIENT ORDER  OP   FORESTERS
Court Nicola Electa Officer*  for Haw
Term.
Al the regular meeting of Court
Nioolt, A.O.F., htld oo Fridty tvtning,
ther* ��aa * good ittandinee. Beiidu
the ordinary hu.ineii, thru ippliutioa*
for memberihlp w*r�� received, and on
n*xt muting tb* initiation of c*ndid*tu
and installation tf officers will be held.
Sinee the organization of Court Nieola
a year tgo tbt lodge hu prospered tnd
there it every u.dicaiiou of considerable
expansion. Members appreciating tbe
tdvintigti to be gained by belonging to
���ach in order u the A OF. btvt ia
ireutd the membership rapidly. The
Forester*, whilt not asking ita member*
to injur*, giv* benefit* in different
way*, whioh, after beoomiag acquainted
witb it* frttarnal brotherhood, *pp**l*
to thou who deiirt to protect them-
aslvti in cut of licknui.
The following officer! were elected for
tha current term: N. J. Barwiik,
P.OR; A. R. Csmngton, OR | Walter
Clark, S.C.R; Ric. A. Fraur, Treu.;
W.Gordon Murray, See.; H.H.Mat
th*ws, 8.W.; A. Goodiaaua, J.W.; F.
Anwaohe, S. B., E. Bann, J. B.;
trustee*, Ric. A. Fraser, A. R. Ctr-
rington, T. Baalop.
TRAINS SOON HERE
Lower Paaa Wanted.
The engineering difficulties whioh pre
vented the OP.R. from Inciting their
mtin line through the Cnquihallt Pass to
Hope, tn beginning to be rtaliitd by
their gruiett competitor, the timet
Nortbtrn, Thii ii ivldtnt by th* (tot,
that, although, the contour map of ih*
line from Clovcrdal* to Princiton hu
been filed, Meun. Baldwin and Am
hum, railway engineir* forth* VV. A
E., l*ft Priuc*tun laat weak with Luke
liibton u guide, to axplere tb* Bop*
mountain* and tb* upper reaihei of tha
Tulameen river. Tb* party will endeavor to locate a lower pua than that of
tb* Coqitbtllt and a thorough inveatiga-
tion of every known pau, including the
Skagit, will ba made. Thou in authority
ara evidently aot ittiefiad witb tb*
preunl survey u being expeniive in con-
���Irnotion and operation, faet* which tb*
C.P.R. ruined thirty years ago.
PROGRAMME OF SPORTS.
The following it thi programme of
���portt arnnged by the (ommittao in
chtrge of the Dominion Day telebrttion.
Tha tennis tournament commence! at
10 a. m.
ATHLETIC SPORTS     11  A.H.
Boyi race, 50 yards, 15 yeara and under.
Men'i rice, 100 yards.
Three-legged raoe, 60 yardi.
Men'i wheelbarrow nee, el) yards.
Ladies egg tnd spoon race.
Potato raoe, 50 ytrdt.
Klootthmin'i no*.
Tug of war,
hokkk ���____��� 2:30 p.m.
Half mile, free for all, 6 to inter 3 to
start, winnen barred.
Quarter-mile, Indian.
Quirter-mlle, open for ponies 14 2 in d
under.
Quarter mile, Klootchmaa.
Half mile, Indian.
Quarter-mil*, gentleman'* rec*. owner*
up.
UVMKHANA -tVKNTt.
Threading the needle raea.
Cowboy rue, 50 yard), thru turn*.
Cigar and todt race.
Cowboy race, Indian.
The Ladies Guild will serve hot lunch
at their booths on tht grounds it noon
and iii o'clock. Refrethmints ttc, being served during the dty.
MR. MARPOLE CONFIRMS  REPORT
OF FURTHER CONSTRUCTION.
Nioola Coal Mines, Ltd.
Paul Rockinier, of Palouu. Wa*h.,
mtnagar of th* Nioolt Ootl Mints, Ltd.,
who ownt tbout 5,000 tcrti of ooal
land* in th* vicinity of Lindley Onth,
������ar Lower Nicla, wa* in town ihia
wtek. Ht atatsd that work would com-
m*noe thortly on the property tnd
tendera were now being called for tbe
mining of the pretent tanael, which i*
In ��boot 30 feet, for mother 100 Ittt.
More or leu work ��� uid be don* ou ilif
faratit parti of thi property with t vi��w
la tht nur futurt to open ap tht prop-
arty on a larg* seal*.
Meair*. Notion and Keraan, who are
intereited in tbe property, came in witb
Mr. Bockmier and looked over the
Nicolt Coil Minu ground.
Grading Outfits Setting Ready to Move
Up    Hospital Will Move -May Expect Train* ln Nioola In
Six Week*.
"Proceed with eonetruotion to Nioola
at once" wm th* uunee of the mmige
received by Ihe railroad (ontraoton over
the wire on Saturday. Later in the day
tbe meuage wu oeafirmed by Mr. Mar
pole in conversation witb a .out Interviewer. Tbe daemon it tha osteoma of
the conference held at Banff lut wuk.
Thi gnding outiti ire getting ready fat
work and are being broagbt up to tbe
end of tbe preunl grade at rapidly u
pouible. Tb* contrition ara alau
unding gnding outfit! to Nicolt to putb
soaitruttion from thii and, ao that ne
time will be let! in having the eom
pleted road to Nicoli ready te hind ovtr
te tbe C.P.R. by tbe int of September.
Tbe C.P.R. hospital, with Dr. K*r and
hi* aaaiatsu-a wtll mov* up to Nieola is
the eoine of a ftw dtya. The bridge
over the Nioola at tht end of tb* preunl
grade is being ripidly puabed te earn
plation tnd tht itttl will ba laid over it
thii week ready tot the grading to atari
on the other eide of the river. Tbe
work to be done between Nioola and
Coutlee is ef I comparatively easy char
Mter, then being so rock cutting and so
expensive grade* and there it every
likelihood of mint being al Nieola is
about eix weeks. Il may ba noticad that
our news of lut wuk with regard to
ranroad couitrnction hu been only
partly confirmed, bat wa have it oa
good authority that to toon ������ lh�� grad*
i* competed to Nioola fnrihai construction aleng tbe like ihort to Qaii
chint ind o. through Aipen Grove sill
proceed with tbe least p.taiUt delay.
Th* C.P.R mum t* b* tbe firtt road
carrying tonnagt through Nicola and tba
Similkamun, and then ia every likelihood of thii proving no idle bout. Witb
tbt advent of the railroad, mining intertill in thi diitnet tr* looking toward* tb* furthir dtvelopmtnt of their
propertie* *nd already rumor* an rife of
a big dul in prograia. Th* oitsid*
world is beginning to awakes to the faet
that th* Nicolt district ia one of th*
riohut in mineral* ia tb* Dominion,
while under the eitrem*ly favorable lawi
la fore* in thi* province tbe proeputor
and miner i* not b*mp*r*d by legislation nor ar* thty bltd by exoudv* fu*.
Boulder Creak M.iiaa.
The B'.uld*r Creak Mining Compaoy,
which own* property ettualed as
B.alder Creek, ia tke Otter Valley, ia
looking hut rtte md from tbi work
done thia ukion ii ihowing ap batter
than fit. At present only * fiw maim at work but it u tha intention later
on to pal * Ikrgar gang to w*rk.
Lut mion conaidarsbls work wu
don* md *h**ed ap �� clean ladg* ol
���ight feet of ore, which from uverel
kiaiyi averaged fill '20 a ton. Tht
company u Incorporated and ibarea in
principally owned locally.
Don't mis* th* lunch tupplitd by the
Lidlet' Guild at noon and iii o'clock
during th* celebration.
Miu Guiohon, ai*o* uf Mr, and Mn.
Guichon, Quilehent, and Mr. aad Mn.
F. Rey of Mimtttt Like, bid th* mi*,
fortune lut Thursday st Ladner, to 'no-
ture hir leg. While the and bar litter
were in * buggy, another rig ran foul ef
theiri and it wu at thii junctire tha
accident happened. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Published Everr Thurcday
���a J*.ilption, ln Advance, %Z aTaar
nicol*. ar. _...���_���. wm
MINING DIVISION.
That iht' provincial authori-
tie* ant fully alive to the growing importance nf Nicola dis-
iritt Irani I mining point of
vu -v is evident from the fact
thai a wv; mining division has
been gazetted under the name
0, the Nicnla Mining Division.
The boundaries of   this new
mining division will be found
M out lully in another column,
No one who has followed mining matters in the district, but
will agree that it is only a just
and  necessary recognition of
the importance of the district
as a center of mining activity.
To mining men and prospectors the change will be of the
utmost benefit and we are sure
will be duly appreciated.   The
Nicola Herald takes credit for
having consistently pushed this
matter in its columns and having been instrumental in getting the change made.
day Sidney Buxton, postmaster general, said he was in
communication with the Canadian authorities regarding the
reduction of postage on news
papers and magazines between
England and Canada. He
tvped for a favorable reply.
He realised that Canada was
being Hooded with American
literature and a Iw-rtisem.nts,
whiih was serious to imperial
unity and to trade, He was
glad tn believe that Canadians
were sufficiently robust to
withstand such appeals, but he
would like to see it at an end.
BOARD or TRADE.
Now that official confirmation is to hand with regard to
further construction on the railroad and Nicola is assured of a
train service within the next
few months, it seems afittingopportunity for the residents of
the district to take up the matter of the formation of a board
of trade or some body akin to
it. The new mining division
will considerably help the importance of Nicola as the center of the district and wi'l tend
to centralize the interests ot the
district in general. _.t this
late date it hardly seems necessary to go into the question of
advantages which would accrue
from Ihe formation of such a
body and our readers will agree
that organization of some sort
is required to place before the
outside world the advantages
of this Valley. A gentleman,
well known in the Valley, and
who has large interests in the
district, has expressed an opinion that if the people pull together, they have in Nicola the
makings of one of the finest
towns in the province, but that
to do this organized effort of
some sort is required. Outside
expression of opinion like this
is salutary and timely and we
hope that in the near future
something definite will materialize to show to the outside
public the advantages of a district second to none in the
province.
At  tbe   Victoria    League
held in London last Wednes-
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___U.l_l_.ri Beef, Iron
ami Wine makes you
strong. Composed of freah
Reef, Iron in I form that
ii easily assimilated, and
good Sherry Wine, it is a
tonic that makes rich now
blood, luppli.i nitrogenous material to build fl. sh
and muacle, and stimulates tho whole system to
newer ��tr..rt and energy.
Price $1 per bottle.
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IWIALLERY DRUG CO i;
X      ZAUIiOOFa,    :     :   B. O.      I
l^tt-UtHHsttLUl
LIMITED
KAMLOOPS,    :      :   E. C.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
8010  Weetmlnater Road
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
H.aHquarters for
PACIPC COAST CROWN
Garden, Flower aed Field Seeds.
New crop now in stock and on  teat in
our greenhouse*.    A��k your merchant for
r ..ui Mi hc .it'll packages.    11 lie  (joe* not
hsndle them,  we will  mail  50 laaortad
6j P-.e_.egef of ve^et-l'l.. .nd flower se.ds
(���.ur own aeleciiop, auitable for B. 0. tfar-
di-ns) for |1.(I0.    Special pricei   in your
ho k leads
II. -'.  ,.i own Stork   ol   trull   and
drui-iii. uliil Trer*.
How rearly for spring aliipment.   Eitra
nice atock of���
I and 3 fear old apple tree> at |_0 per 100
$1811 per" 1000.
M-yn-rd Plum $1 00
1 aiian Prune, .y.'ar line 121 per 100
Bugar Plum  I rear, One I._ per 100
Full Hit of ether atook at regular price*
No expense, lees ar delay of immigration
or Inspection.
Oreenhouse Plants, Floral Work, Re* Bip
pile*, Fruit Pecka_:M, Fertilisers, etc.
Let me price your list before ordering.
Catalogue Free
Mil Waatinlnater Road,
M. J. HKNKT,
ViltOOOTBa, B. O.
Suhecriberi to The Nioola Herald cin
renew their subscriptions by lending in
t_ to the office.
If-COLA ___8K__M-NT !U-TRICT
TAX NOTIi'K.
NOTirE is hereby given In ar-p or danM wlta
the Statu tea that .'ro.lD.lal rtef-au-Tai aad
all|am-wt. tai,�� and ln< ome tat as-***- 1 and
levied uader the Aa-essmeat Ad and amend,
menla. are now due and payable for the year
1900 All taiea Collectable for the Nieola ameaa
men', diatrict are dne and pa) able at ni; offioe,
��imate at Nirola. Thi* notlie, In term* of law
l>t-.'ii. ..'.lit to a per* .__! drniand b) me upon
all pai Min* liable for tei*.
UKO.   Ml'ltRtY,
A ..-.-ur ,*.t Collector.
Nicola An-sumeut Dulrir..
Nicola Poet Of-re,
Hated a: Nioolt t 1. of February, 190.
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A.!....., I^.ndoa.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Katuln-p*. R. C.
Awiys and analyses :.f Ores, Coal aad la
diKiria' proiiucte.
Han, pie* by mall or slate reoel.e promp.
it-enuoB,
A..  O.  F.
C.OURT NICOLA, No. -Ml, A.O. F., aieeta
I second und fourth Friday ln each month
at I p.m., in Pooley-Hall. Visiting Srethren
cordially Invited.
N. J. P.--win., C. R.
Vi, (ioiu.oN M.'BRAt, fie*.
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Horae Shoeing a apecialty.
NICOLA LAKE, B 0.
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker, Jeweler
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
All kinds of Watchei, Clocka, Jewelry,
etc., kept in atock.   Wedding pni-
enta a specialty.
Ftrat class repairs done on short notioe
and returned at once.
NIOOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL-
Ii prepared to take contraoti for
iiwii.g lumber and getting out
timber.
l-oneml Mill t oiitriu U __SM_ra-A
PRICKS MODKHATB
Pirties wishing wo'k can have eanae
promptly attended tn hy applying to
F, D. WOODWARD,
Nicnla, B. C.
Leave your orderi with N. I, Berwick,
or lumher who is agent for the Nicola
Portable Steam Saw Mill he oan Itelpyou
plan ont an order.
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR
"Kurtz's Own"
"Kurtz's Pioneers"
"Spanish Blossoms"
UNION MADI. OMARS
KURTZ'S PIONEER CIGAR Fi.OPJ
148 Cordova St. W.
VANCOUVER B 0.
JACKSON & EARLE
BUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
Country Work a Speclaltr
Write for Estimate on all Kinds of Work
P. 0. Hoi 186 KAMLOOPS, B.0
T OVERL
A GOOD THING
THE-
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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Subscribe for the Local Paper
Gives all the news of Nicola Valley and
the country in general. Everyone in the
valley should subscribe for The Nicola
Herald, the local paper.
The Nicola Herald
NICOLA, B. C.
Telephone No. 7. Main Street
METROPOLITAN
flEAT MARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Orders through..ut the Diatrict recei.e careful attention and prompt   deliver}
Jill.   POOLEY ���        ���,   * ���     -      PrapricUr
STEWART'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
Ui
1
ii .to
L
_���__-���_> Ooneral Livery
Head Office:     .... Nicola Lake, B. O.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every   Thursday lor Nicola 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 Bridg��
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
Every   Sunday   6 a. m��� arriving Spences
Bridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
Every Tuesday and Friday for   Spences
Bridge at 6 a. m.
Every Eriday 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
LARGE PAY ROLL OF CPR.
Twenty Million Dollars ln Wages Paid
Out Annually.
What the new Ir.nicnntinerital ral-
any will inein to the working |ie.|ile I
Canada is shuwn by'hn f c that at tie
preaent moment there are _*__. tiff
rhounitd men working for the (' ��� .<!. n
P-citic Riilwty. ...H this ..n it... rail
way alone; thine working nn the goner.,
jftice stiffs .nil 'ho steim��hi:i coiiipaniel
sre not included in the c���unit Tun
means tha' it there are a million men
>n_on{_. the six iniili.iii people in
i'suuli,    .li u' five   out nf   every limnl-
red o. than era working for tho C P R,
The closes' IfOfai er_a-nabl�� *hr.w
that tha a .trace pay roll of the CPU.
ipproiimataa forty-lice thonsanrl men
'hia meaning about fif'y th-usand in the
'usiust huinmnr season and about forty
thousand in the winter. The estimai������ i
ne'essarily not exa.', h___p__ fhe It
_'ungeR an many hundreds every day
that anything more th.n approximate
ti.ures are quite unattairalile. But the
rigurea are quite aiiHioient '.. sh a that
the bit! .-_.Dt_OaH_-.ntpl road nieans a
itooil deal to Canada. It is is'iiusted
'hat, taking the better pill with lhe
lower paid men, they wonl.l l.tfege at
the very Ion est ?..fin a year. Oiithia
basis, the P.P..R. pay cars would han.
nit about ft.'! ,<I0-,0<I0 per year to the
road employes.
If you will step in at Arm'trong's when
at Lower Nicola, you will hn convinced
that he carries the latest and most com
plete line of Kent* fiirniahlftlt, iiiclnflir.g
aiimmer top shirt*, fancy ve��ts, hats and
eap��, all kinds and shades collars, ties, etc.
Annointed and Blessed.
with ceremonial modified fr m the
old Norse forms tn meet the mod.'rn
demncratie spirit of tho eoiintry, King
Ha ikon VII and f,luei>n Hail-, at noon
last Thiira.lay, in tho old Tn.nHhjem
cathedral, were annointed, blessed and
given crowns. When Dearly ferry years
ago, Kins Oscar of Sw.-.len, refja..e_ the
crown, he bared hi* breast and erclesi
astics crossed it with sacre.l oi's, accord
in_; tn tbe custom of older da.i. Kintr
Haakon will be annointod only nn the
forehcal and wrists, and the entire rite
will be simpler.
A B. C. Toothpick.
WILL BB CALLED SOUEBITE
New Nickel-Iron Alloy Found ln Fraser
River.
In working tha material obtained in
dredging for gold so ne two milts below
Lillnnei, B.C., it was f.und tha" aline,
.heavy grayish tiurl with a metallic aspect
remained after the clean up.
A simple of this sand wat sent to Dr. !
II ffui.n, chemist of the geological surra.,! t examine ion, and 9m f u id hy
h m to consist essentially of an iron
ni i,el all.y with sc.lea of platitum,
grains of tin. rare no-tal ni.l .sihihh, $ ,ld,
_��._ it.;, garnet an.! .piirtz.
'! ll i'111 alloy aii'l platinum aera
in ''ly in __]___ prop r < iis .i.d constituted a'out '.Hi per .-. at, of th   ae* le.
This isi<-Ut-l-ir-.��i alloy I __Ny___a|lt
pe.ult .r owing to tba 'ar.e in ouut of
nickel i. contain-, iiamely, over three
qaar'-ft ..f the whole.
Only i wo otcirrences of aiirf'.-r
mioiiils are kanwn, una in Net Zei-
iand and the otbtr in Italy. It is p o-
p s.l in rail this new mineral inn Ho
after F. Soues, alio tent the sample for
ibntificatioii.
Tho lar^e amount of platinum in thete
sin.Is nod the e.se miIi which the
nickel alloy may ba separated by ditto ing ia nitric acid, leads to tht hope
that we nave her a new H_CM of thia
valuable iro tal.
THH PLAOB TO BUY YOUR
SMOKING GOODS IS AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
KAMI/JOI'S
Foil stock of Dome* ir ���_,) Import,. Cigars,
and the b_at smoking tobacco alwajt oa hand.
Drop ln aud enjoy a quiet game of BUU_rd__
Agent for lha Pioneer attain Uu udry. Vaaoou
ver.   I__uitrralitii(-.ti'..i) -ii'ui__7.
II4.TKI.N
V'AMI.ix.l'n II |_T___  I'. ___,��_, Bronrle-nr. I
���'���a-   H.st iteok "f wlne��, liqiiur* ��n_ rigar* in
'    trior.    Jnsi ;li.- spin f.r a nlra.oolre I
_ aatw of  beer.    V. ���__ \a Kaiu.s,,
c.: ia.
Carrington't Silver Lea. tta it the hett
50el  tea nn   tbe  mirk" .    It  it a   i ne
orange pekoe, a siaight assam tet.
N" house complete with >ut it.
NOTICE
Tliirty days from late I Intend to apply to
tli. chief oommlationer of Land* and Works
for a liceaee to proaptct for real on the follow
Ingdeacrl ed lauds, -tutted on the west at.���
1 >f Ten NlleCreekaboettl milea tooth of Kltht
Mi.' creek, cominc cine; al a po-i maikeilc.
W Mowsfi'ss a,conarp-��t und runningw>
ehaliia nertb.-heaeo 88 chatns -rest, theaee 8')
souih. ihome 10ohains esst. back to I oat
0. VV. MilHS|..Y, l.oniti.r.
Muj St l-ta. A. Vt ilmot. Agent
NOTICE
Carrington's flolden Lesf tea it the
very finest flowery orange pekot. Im-
porttd and ptcked e��peci��lly for us. It
fibsolot.ly the linett tta on the market
(SO oents a pound.
All rtcorlt for large trees in British
C ilumbia forests were br .ken lust week,
according to the Vancouver Province,
wh.'ii a glgaoth. Douglas fir containing,
according to the Hrittsh Columbia scale,
no less than 18,600 Ittt nf merchantable
timber, was felled at the Hinting. Mill
camp at I! ..'k Raw, This huge log has
been put into the water and it will ar-
r ye in Vancouver thi* week In a boom
being made up for the Hastings Mill
th' re. The _-.__t.af of the log at the
butt is 11 feet (i inches. At th" ��m ill
end its diameter is 4 feet 10 inches, and
its length It (111 feet.
Thirtr days from .lav I intend to apply to
Ihe chiefooiniiiissioiiiT.it'1 .nils and work* for a
liiTii-i' to prnspe.l for ooal an Ihe follo-dra
described lauds, .tutted en tbe west si.lenf
Ten Mil., creek aboat I1.miles (truth of Eight
lnilceriTk, Yule .lis riei, euuiiiieneinguta po-t
narked 0, L ItM. n-sun's a. w. aimer post
..in] running mi chaina etar, thenee hi . hains
sou!i.. Ihence flu chains west, thenee ku chains
north Lack to pus .
0, L. KICHAHDSON, l_eator.
May���__, HU. A. Wilinoi, Agent
MIN'i;lUL ACT.
1 Certificate of luipnn emeu's.
NOTICE.
The Province Mineral Claim, situate in tho
E-iuUkanteen mining division of Yale.lis-
'i ii t I.era led.. Uo_y_ creek, aboutae.ea
miles from Nrcoli Lake.
Tuke noliee thai I. Frederick Gtoone Paige,
free minersI'ei'Mlie.ic No. __7__l Intel)- linday*
from the date hereo', to apply to the mining
reorder for a certilieateof improven.enls, fur
ihe piii'iiose of obtaiubig a crown grantofthe
uhuve. i.iiin.
And furlhiT tak" in.lie.��� that .-..ion. under
section 117, must lie c imnienca. hefore the lssu-
aaceof such fartllkattof lm . lyarnenta.
Duled thit nth da; of May, 1981
Kkkih: in. li.juiui I'.m.r.
Agenl tar J, U. Collis.
notice.
Notice Is hereby given 1 hut AUdays after date
I intend to apol] to :hn tl.in. the chief run.
mi-sioner of Lands id Works for perrnfaarion
to ptirehisi r.liiu ro. of mountain pasture land
deseiihed as folio*-', eomincieing at aaetj
marked ��. It v.. 1 poet, N, w. ���u'-ncr. situ.l.d
nt or nea-Mane Me-ui'.ii* ro.d.i.boiit 1 mile
' crthof .nlnvllle'* raa. h, Ibe li *0chains,
. SOo  .ma, W-iioliiin*, . m . ... us ' .'
post. I K.Ni l_ KEY.
.Nicolt, April 27th. UK
Noli
ce.
Carrington . Ooldnn Leaf t���� is the
very fineit flowery orenge peko*. Im
por'ed and picked especially for ot. 1*
alsolutely tht finest tea on the market.
HO cent* a pound.
Growth of the West
llradstreets in Calgary five some interesting facts in regard to the forthcoming volume of their rep'rt. The
M'<rch rolum. contained r t ngi on
L'O.ll business firms in Alberta snd
fostem Britiih Columbia. There will
bt in the July volume 512 new names,
while L'Tli old ones are struck out,
leaving the net increase 2.')(i, ind making
the total number nf names 1315. In ad
dition treretre ,116 changes in rali.gs
This gives tu idea of the tremendous
activity in la-muss circles in Western
Canada.
Notice i- h.M.'y giic. ihat BO dayi after daft
I intend lo apply '" i''e Hon. tbe ohiel naai
ml**ioner of-snaaaitd work* f_i p. raitaalaa to
to i urchase 681 tart* of mountain paature land
dcscril'cd .�� folio-*: i-omnientleg at, po-t
marked No. 1. J, K. 'Is. s. w coiner adjoining
�� It's, a a/, mrner, IM  E si). M su. W su, N
S i io initial post. J. K. Ml'Kit AY,
Nieola, 27th April. IHW
Notice.
8i\tT days after da te I Intend to apply .dHlis
Hon. the chief com" ssiuncrnf lands und work*
fir i enni<sinn to puicha.e tit) acas of i a-tnre
lunp in Aspen (Iron'silu.itcd asfnllows; ra_B
menring at. a po-t marked A. II. C, placed
about, .11 rhalns east ."d i'l chain- nos'h nf the
h. k. corner of Lot 8_8, thtooe 80 chains nort'i,
thence Lt chains east, thenee .ftrhain north,
thence 41 Ohains east, thence 40 chains south,
thenoe itOchain* wesi. Ihence'.'-chains south,
thence SO chain--est to point of commence
ment. A. R. CARKINOTON.
Aiml -rlth, IDOi'i. 8. J. Bate, agent.
NOTICK.
Sixty day* after date I Intend to apply to the
chief commissioner of lands and works fnr per
BjlHion to purchase .0 acres of mountain past
tore ltnd, cop.mcncingsi the s. ..corner of my
pro ei-ptlon. running '.'0 chains south, tlicnc'e
40 chains west, thence '.fl chain* north, thence
10 chains oast to starlinir point.
Lower Nioola, May 31, I'M).
ANDREW SMITH.
fill AND I'ACinc HCT11, Kainliwps.   Th
<-<   ai-ri-M haiei'o Ibe railway ttaUaa,   Tb.
unly  eornealenl   hotel   fur  iravele.s.     Q
rismi*. good taiilc ��   id liqi ..rs.    Two larg.
S'linpi* tuonis.  i' A Barahar. prugtlaltt
i..."d siabluig in ciihiie. Uoa,
ABHCKOt. Hui ll���  The   tai   i it i
���"-   bo cl for visili.i- In A-her'ft.   Theb'siuf
tsblehoa-.l    Hattao  cold bu'hs.   uur reun
sen nine madUall ir.uiis.   Jolinsoiit I'eikiiis.
pr^prieU.i*,
Ntop at the
BOOKFOBD HOUSE
UntT. ck'nTT, Proprietor
When traveling na the Nicola riml
Convenient place fof travelers, with goon
tocommodatioii.
Uoeqiialled as a
SsIiimhcp Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First < lass Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
(.ni.cn_.NA, b.c.      ,
tl Inn  . on .Vaiil In a
i
To entertain and amuse yoaat home.
Better than a theatrical pirforniance
and nook cheaper.
For Meat aad Terms Write to
M. ft WAITF & CO.
MR Cranville s^eet
VANCOUVER,      -     -     -     B. C
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000 Rest, $10,000,000
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $801,855 41
Total Assets        ....        $158,23?,409.51
HONORART PRBBIDINT:
Rt. Boa. Lord Htrathcona aod Monnt Royal, O. O. H. 9.
rRBetin-INT. Sir Oeo. A. Drummon-. K. O. M. ���
VIOB flUIBIDINT AND OINBRAI. MAR AOMR,        ��� S OLOVBTC-f
Head Office- Montreal
SAVINGS JUNK DEPARTMENT
DepoMtl 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.
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
��� 2   1805
HEW WBCTlrTTKSTBR. B. 0.
\
Rer. W. J. Sn-iKPti. 1!. A. K D
K i*. .1   P  i iiwm i   II ir��.i  ,
A c replete  _-_t-_-f___ and knioiM
course.   Stud��n's prei'tied to gain learb
era ctrtifict'et of all firadet.   In  uni��er ;
titj wi.rk a fuilcuirie fur the  K. A.  it
gree of Toronto , "i.i ��� erattjr.
In*trucii.ui |)tan il  Music, Art, PI71
cal Culture and Klncution.
end f'r Cilendar
Notice.
Sutj day* after date I iatenil to aov'T to tbe
Hon.The -hicf commis*icner..f lands nnd works
for nerml.sinn ti. imrcl. .se ���>fi acres of paat lire
land In Aspen Orove situated ae follows: oom
me'.rina; at a post ninrbnd S. J. it. tn the N. k.
cornsr of lot 720thence JO chains ra��t, thenc
itc^aln* north, thence 20 chains east, thence Ml
chains miilb, theaee48 chains west, tbence 10
chains north t<. Hie point of ooirimencenient
April 31��t, 190. 8.J. BATK.
NIOOLA   BRANCH
A.W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
THE NORRIS SAFE & LOCK CO
SEATTLE, WASH
Frank G. Benson,
Agent
VANCOUVER, B C.
���Vr
Nicola Valley Clydesdale Horse
Association
Imported Clydesdale Stallion
"ROSE EMPEROR"
(11383)11801
SEASON FROM 1st MAY TO 31st JULY
WILL   TRAVEL   DURING   SEASON   AS   FOLLOWS
Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays ,u Nicola.
Wednesday noon and Friday noon at Coutlee.
Wednesday nighl and Thursday at Lower Nieola.
Service Fee $30 for Season including pasturage
JOHN BLACKWE
LL, | THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NEWS
A. Jackaon of Qjilcheaa,  vat a riiitot
ia Nicola on Tueedar.
Robert Clark retnraed Siturdi;
t.taiag from a trip to Kamloopt.
A. II. N��rt"0 and wife ol Omaha,
Ntt<��� ara ia tha taller thia week on a
liait, 	
K W. ZiegUr of Tamerton Ranch wit
in Kamloopt thit aeek thippiug t ate
prime beef.
Wm. Riee left tbit wttk for tht
ttolden 8o��ereitn Mine, Aspen Grot.,
where he will ba employed.
Frank Keraaa of 8a.hoa.ith, wai ia
ihe teller thit week. He ia Interne ed
ia t mi ooal propertiae here.
P��al Boekmier of Paloe'e, Wath.,
trrited ia the valley laat week and it
looking oter hit coal intarettt.
Tha annual ichool meeting! for Nioola
dittriet will be held at the different
schools oa Saturday, July 14'h.
Another ea.loed of miied freight tr.
rlttd at Lower Nioola aad Coatlea Wed
aaeday afternoon for loaal merchant!.
Carpentara are busy renontine; and
baildiog an addition tn the Riley House
to aeenmrnodate tha travelliag publio
Tha dance oa Monday evening andar
tht aaipieea of the HAA., promliti to
ba aa enjoyable affair.   Don't mitt it.
Wa understand that H. C nklin of
Wuhtnjti.n, hit cloied the deal for
iba Joha Charters ranch tt the Forkt.
ThtLadiaa' Guild of the Chureb of
England will terra mtalt aad rifr_i_.
���ante daring tha  celebration  on Mon-
*��y	
W. D. McGregor of Viotorit, patted
through Nioola Monday after t trip into
Iht Siroilk-meee looking orti mining
propertiet.
Heetnr Urqahtrt who it employed on
Jamaa Pooley't ranoh, retaraed Stturdty evening from a Irip to Harmon
Hot Springs.
Archdeacon Small arrived on Iht trtin
oo Saturday tnd on Sunday htld morning tertice in Nioolt and erening ter-
vict at Bho..lo��i.
8. J. Bate tnd R. J. Armtlrong left
latt week fnr Keremeos to do atteei
meat work on mineral claimi in thai
teotian which they hold.
Mauri. A bean, Sohoo and Smith,
surveyors, came ap from Lower Nioola
yeaterday and lafl far tha aaginaar'a
camp near Quilcheat.
F. MiKeowa and Aagui Ntlton of tha
Golden Sovereign Miaa came down
from Atpen Grove laat weak and retaraed to the mine on Tuetdty.
Normtp Woodwtrd it progrttting
favoranly but it at ill eon6ntd tn the
kouit. Hit injuritt have prottd mort
serious than wat anticiptltd.
Harold Matthewt tnd Mrt. Matthews,
lata ol the Triangle Ranch, are now in
Nioola, hating leased tha Laketiew
Reach from 0 D. Broadbeat.
J. N. Moore returned to the Betttr
Kane- latt weak tfter t ltngthy titit to
Victoria tad Otlifornia. Mrt. Moon rt-
laaioed ia Victoria tinting with relativei.
A party contitting of Mr. tnd Mra
Armytaga, Mr. aad Mia. Riohardt and
Mr. and Mn. Ntwbarry, ttarttd for
Maumette Lake for a few dayt camping
thia weak.
Tha tttention of minen aad proepec-
Ion ia called to tha notice in another
tolama of tha boandarita of the Nicola
mining divition which will ba in forct oa
tnd after Aug. lit.
There will ba torn-thing doing ia
Nicola on Monday, July Sad. Bring
roor titter, or, if yoa hava aont, bring
some other fellow'i titter and tpind tha
day with aa.   A good time ii aainrad.
REFRIGERATORS
Madt uf elegant hard wood
and bttt bnish throughout.
Each ont makei t tundsome
pieoe of furniture. Ftom
|10 60 to |20 each.
Ica Cmu- Fa-Ulna.
S-Klt-t WiNiiuwH to kttp oat tht (lies.
ScaitN Doom ia til titet from t'i ap.
(.atni.ini tad Cot. Oil R_o��_e, it
rtatoatblt pricee.
KVKRYTHING  FOR   THE  HOT
WEATHER
LEEMINC'SlA-DWA-E
KAMLOOPI
Oharlat Wall, son of W II Wall, who
ie in charge of the drilling operations a'
tke Diamond Vale Coal Company at
Quilchena, arrived from tht cuaat thii
week to >pead hii hnlidiyi.
M'��s K I tl  Holoat  who hit been tl
ttnding Mis*   Beattie's  echool   at Kam
loops,   trrited   in   Nicola on   Monday's
���taga and Itatet tomorrow for her home
at Grtnitt Creek.
An impromptu dtaca wat htld at
Ihe Otter Flat Hotel on Satarday even-
ing aad a vtry enj< yable time wat apenk
by thia in attendance. Mr. and Mre.
Luady entertained their gutitt in roytl
ttyla.        	
4BARQAIN.
Elavaa thouiand iharee in tha Boaldtr
Creek Miaiag Company (natter knowa at
tha Counn Jack) for sale. $600 taket
tba lot.'     J. G. Trtnni, Otter Vailty.
Don't buy and ett Chicago canned
aiticlts whin yoa etn gat tha beet
beef, mutton, polk, etc., at tha M.M.M.
Try Griffin't tmokad thoaldan at tht
Metropolitan Meal Market.
For eatt and comfort for walking yon
thoald alwtyi buy your booti aad thoti
tt Armitrong't, tbey are "corn killers."
Carload of hrst class cedar thinglet juit
arritad. Prion returnable. Nicola Port-
.tile Steam S-wiinll.
Ga to tht M. M. M, for htmt tnd
bacon.
Ctrrington'i Golden Leaf tea It Iht
vary lattt flowery ortngt pekoe. Imparted and peeked especially for at. It
abeolately tht finett tea an tha market.
HO teat! a pound.
Atk tht buichtr to bring yoa a Griffin
Htm from tht M M. M.
If yoa want high class up-to-date Booti
and Shoei go to Armitrong't. Spring
ttock juit arrited.
II yoa tra thinking of bniliing now it
tht timt to gtt your orderi cut to at to
havt tht lumbtr dry when the long dayt
coma and tht etrptnten oan work with
pltaturi. Rtmember tht name, Tha
Nioola Portable Steam Saw Mill.
Carrington'a Silver Leaf tea ie the beet
60.1. tet oo the market. It it t flat
orange pekoe, t ttraight aiiam tea. No
home complete without it.
Go to Armitrong't, Lower Nieola, for
your lait for the lit of J uly. He carries
the Itteit tnd mott up to dtta lina of
clothing of any buiintit home in Nicolt.
To Tbi Ladiis:
For tht lateel aad mut faahlonablt
fancy collars and thirt waists, blouse set*,
belts, eto. You ihonld take a look in at
Armttroag'i. No trouble to tho* lha
gaodi.
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
Official Administrator
-__ac-Commercial Block, eaat ol Poet 0__oe.
Kamloops, B. 0.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Barrister,  Solicitor and   Notary Public
0-_<_'  hit of tht Canadian Beak tt Com
mutt, south eld* ot Victoria street, Kamloopt.
Moatr to loaa ea real estate Mc_i.tr
SADDLES
N. J. BARWICK.
NIOOLA ��� B.C.
M BEATTIE
A-O��aotanl,0ommiaiion, Insurance
end General Agent.
Main Html (amlooas
HARDIMAN & CO.
Land Mining and Oeneral Supply A_ia
���roa���
Mlalaf ceetraeton, f��rni maehlaary, buggtet,
letter, eletghi el o. feed for .ur Hal of farm
and mlalna properties. Reporta en nilnlni pro-
B-rtleo throuik tke Dittriet. Cable address
''Aarani"  Codes: Bromball, Homag It Nsal.
a. ft o. ita.
Warehouta-Caar-td, N-tele VaUay. B. C.
WATCH REPAIRING
All kindt of Watch, Clock
and Jewelry repairs dona in
first elate order and tatitfat
tion gutrtnteed. All work
tntrueted to oar care will ba
completed tnd rtturnad without delay,
W. M. CAMPBELL A CO.,
0. P. H. Time Inspectors. Kaalewas
FOR RENT.
Good Stabling for 4 horses.
For particulars apply to
R. H. Winny
FOR SALE
1 Mowing Machine 5 ft. cut.
1 Mowing Machine ^/t ft. cut.
1 Rake, 10 ft.
1 Bain Wagon.
For particulars apply to
R. H. Winny
TOWN LOTS
GOOD BUSINESS SITES
SOME  OOOD  SNAPS
IN TOWN PROPERTY
REAL ESTATE
E
Q. n. BRASH,
Accountant and Auditor
NICOLA. B. 0.
HaatLD ornui
NOTICE.
NaUta ta kertbr |tvta lhat withla etit.
tayi after date I tatted as apply le tat
thief oommtaeleaer of laadt aad warkt far par
mtattea tt enrobes. 181 aaree of pwlara Uad
���ituatad as follow*:  Commencing at tbe,v. a.
corner Lot 1327, thenee weit M chain*, thence
aortb 10 chalni, theaee eaat 40 chain*, thenc.
south 48 chalet to point ef commencement.
May It, 1806 WILLIAM CHI-HOLM.
NOTI01.
Notice la hereby tlv.a that within 08_er*
from late I latend making application to the
hon, chief -0-.mti.on-r of lands and works for
permission to psrohase 880 acres of pasture
land adjoining Lot 1085 on west ��id*. common
oing at a post marked A. R. 0��� 8 vv, corner,
thenoe weet 80 chains, thence north 40 Chaina,
tbenceeaat 80 chalni, thence south 40 chains,
to point of oor.mencemenk
June 19,1808. A. K. Godwin.
AT "THE PEOPLE'S STORE"
FOR THE
Next Thirty Days
For Cash Only
DISCOUNT 20 PER CENT OFF
Grume Prints
Kingscott Ginghams
Ducks
Matalo_u.ee
Lawns
Nainsooks
Swiss and Corded
Muslins
Cambrics
Japanese Silks
Sateens
Serges, Cashmeres,
Suit Lengths and
Waist Lengths
Ladies Waists and
Skirts, Print, Silk
and Luster
Art Muslins,
Cretonnes,
Linoleums, Oil Cloths
Japanese Matting,
Table Linens,
Table Oils and
Lace Curtains.
Apron Ginghams,
Galateas.
Oxford Shirting and
Men's Top Shirts.
A. R. CARRINGTON,
"IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH US.'
$5 to $100
it's "Daylight all the Way,"
by the Kodak system.   Load
ing,   unloading, developing���
all without a dark room.
Everything for the
Photographer
SMITH BROS
BOOKSTOHB
Ktmloopt and Vernon
G. HILLIARD
General
Blacksmith
CARRIA3E AND WH WORK
Horseshoing done in a
first class manner.   Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
nioola. b o.
BLAIR & CO.
-DIAL-SR- IN-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. C.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Rat-dent Agents la Nioolt. for the
ROYAL, and LONDON * LANOA8HIR1 ___.��� I_.IU-_-_l.01 00.1
COUTLEE HOTEL
COUTLEE. B. C
Jos, Richards,      -      proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.   First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Oood Stabling ta 0___ne_tl_-
_____���__���_

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