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HERALD     !
Vol. 2.  No. 24.
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1906.
$2 a Year
DOMINION DAY
MONSTER CELEBRATION AT NIOOLA
ON JULY 2ND.
ONTOASPEN GROVE
N A, A. Arranging 8port_, Horse Races
Gymkhana and Tennis Tournament.-Ladles   Guild  Will
Provide Refreshments.
Dominion Day, perhaps the
most widely patronised of pub
lie holidays, will be celebrated
in first class manner at Nicola
this year or Monday, July 2nd.
fhe sports will be under the
��� auspices of the Nicola Athletic
Association, the committee of
which are making preparations
for the carrying out of a good
programme.
Horse races, gymkhana events and other races will furnish the leading part,s in the
day's sports. No effort is be
ing spared by the committt e
to make the day's programme
as interesting as possible and
ihey hope to outdo if possible
the successful programme the)
carried out on Victoria i ay.
Tne Ladies Guild of the
Ghurch of England will pro
vide a dinner and also refresh
ments of all kinds during the
day. Full particulars are not
yet to hand but we understand
that side shows of various
kinds wi'l be run on the
grounds.
Kveryone connected with the
day's proceedings is working
hard to make this Dominion
Day a red letter day in the his
tory of the valley and with a
good day and large crowd we
think the result will be thoroughly satisfactory to all concerned.
As this is the last public
holiday until the fall, a large
attendance from all parts of
the district is expected. Many
were unavoidably unable to be
present ��t the Victoria Day
sports, but no one can have an
excuse for being absent from
Dominion Day celebration, the
Canadian national holiday.
The committee are also endeavoring to arrange a tennis
tournament open to all, and
ate also arranging lor a dance
to be held in the evening. The
day will therefore be a real
gala day for the people of the
Nicola Valley and a large attendance is hoped for to do
justice to the programme being
arranged.
0. T. V. SURVEYS.
Ar* Pushing Work of Location at the
Western End.	
The Orand Trunk Pacti- Railway con   railway   CONSTRUCTION    BEING
tiiid.s   to   crowd its survey parliee iutn PUSHED  AHEAD
th* northern interior of British Colombia
Id the (If rt to locate _he *iact mute
which will he followed hy die 'ranacon
tmental road.
Sevan mrr j partes in n rthern
j British Columbia have liven snot from
cist punts. These are m*de up of
|ab iiit IS men esol,, so that (here are
shout 126 men in the fivlil. When th*
d (fi iihy of suppl'int' these men is taken
inlo accouit ii m- in tin there are many
Ham (his nunibor dite<tl> engaged iu tin
work.
In addition to ih"** who are at work
locating the line, th' rs ia nisi h consider
able number at work on Ku en Island In
o it int. the terminals for the company.
Besides those whieh have gone in b)
��ay of Ashcroft and Kai en Island, then
are a number of parties in tha held sen
��� ii from Edmonton. Tlies* are Incatin.
the best available pass thtou.h lhe
1. ickiee looking to ihe approach! s fr m
'i ith the Prairie and the British fnluin
bi > sid.s.
With all the urelimin iry work in pr ���
gress there remains little d ubt that in -t
���car at least will see active steps taken m
hn -ay of beginning construction of the
Hn*.
MAIL CONTRACT
FINANCES OF CANADA. '
London Paper Tells Doleful  Tale  of
Financial Poaltlon
A I-ondtin cable says:    Th* Econom r
publishes a special article tel m_ a rs-h-r' STBWART'B  CONTRACT  BETWEEN
d Uful tale of Canada's financial posi'ioii , NICOLA AND PRINCETON.
It. teii i* the provinces' demand forla-!
���iee ed Federal subsidi**, which is ipoh
>n of aa a grave question.    1   asyi 'b
I
a demand coin.s at a time  when Fed. ej  HSfforts Being MadeForTwlc* a Week
Service.  Increaaed Postal Faclll
ties a Necessity for This
Growing District.
The mail contract between
Gang at Present Bridging Nicola River
Into Voght's Property-Construction Will Go Ahead to Qull jaaIlc��� ������ in , conc|ttj���n n���t ait().,. h���
chena and Aspen Grove.              jlitisfactury  even  to the frietds.f th*
government.    TI.e eipeud >ui* on ret-
Construction nn the railway is beii g enue and capital  account has b�� n gr. w-
rapidly   pushed   ahead.    Ballasting  th* ing more rapidly than the country's po
already laid track ia being d..ue as fast..   |r���.���    The Federal debt, for this mm
p-sibie.   The teieersph and feucii g j8 greater per h___ than that of ih (the Dominion government and
gangs  are   working away ami   are within j IJ.ited States.    The construe ion of the  Jf,   I'. Mewart of Nicola for tht
Grind Trunk l'aciho entails a I. rke in- .,    , .  .
crease.  Th. arnd. adds tha. ih.r ,., i ��"7lng �� mails between Mc-
however, no occasion f.r alarm.  Canad., |ola and Princeton has been re
t says, can siaml a strain that would
break the back of an old onmmuni'y, bu
the inevitable reaciion cannot  be  far off.
LOCAL NEWS.
Mrs. Mickle of i.biili-lieiia  is  visiting
in   Nl.nl*.
A meeting of the li"*nstng commission
������rs will lie held at Kamlonps on Wednes
day 27th.
Mrs. Calder left for Ash.mft on Tue*
day after a few weeks visit with Mrs. M
P, Siewa...
Capt   Flick   will receive lhe names n.
'hose wishing to join the proposed Itifl
Association.
Miss Letter whu had been visiting with
relatives in Nicnla for sum* time, lift on
Tuesday's stage on her way home to
Blaine, Wash.
.1 K A Richards of Coutlee left .of
Prinoeton yesterday lo attend the lioen
ling court in which he is interested for a
transfer of license.
measurable distance of the tnd of tie
pre-iiit track. The track ends pas'
Coutlee nn the Inn. of lim Nicola river
a short distance beyond the junction of
the Nicnla anil Coldwater rivers, A
iirul.e la bet.g built at this point cu ssing
he Nicola into W Voght's property, and
immediately tilts is finish-d, further Con
���traction will proceed ihrou.h Forksdale
ro Nicla. It is coondeiitly expected
that train- "ill be running nil" N. ola in
tbout two months
By tip!'line construction  has rsachrd
newed on  the same terms as
belore.   The necessity, however, ol more than one mail
sir Henri's Departure | Per wt'ek between these places
'Sir Henri Joly, who  has so honorably ' 's 1'Cing brought   tO the   noticf
tilled the position uf lieutenant governoi j(1f the   authorities   and   We Utl-
of the proline?  of  Brinsh  Columbia tor    , , cr      ���  i    ��� j
..,.,. . ,. .        | :derstand an ellurt isfeinLrmade
the past sn years, left last *eek en rout' o
Nicla, the surveyor*  will  have had the . to his old houi* in   Quebec.    Th*  ord.f ! tO havetWO mails per Week be-
route plotted up  lhe   lake  tn  Quilchena  of his adviser were h'net and to the iffec   [yv'eeil these Uoillt. There is
Hid   on   to   Aspen llrove.    (-instruction   th .t he was to undergo  no drill men' ot i      i        i ���    ��� i
fvi_���e and    .��,   without delay and   "0  d,Hjbt   "*   thlS 1S   " mUch
reach home as soon as possible.   Owing needed requirement of the dis-
. this there was u, public dein,'nstrat,olltrjcti       X__MB   ��_��    relationship
of farewell   to  lhe   late  governor,    Just .
before   leaving   Victoria, Mayor Morle,   betVVeen   lht'   lW"   I,laCCS   and
.t. seuted the  farewell address f.oin the   lhe |)()illtS between   them   neC-
���,i,-,,s���fV,ct,.r.a.   sir Henri inform*) eSsitates a more frequent mail
his worship that Ins heart was sad  at li* . .
log denied the opportunity tf form.ii, service than is already render-
saving good bye tu the _oud people of eti, The increasing impuftW-CC
Victoria and  leliing them h���w much he Lf  A C g^   creek
regretted havino to leave the place. _  .
1 ulameen city, Granite creel-
on th's section will th. u iiuinerimtilj
���"oino lice ami lie pushed right ahead.
Ai present the sui veyors are camped neai
he Bob Siiii'b place, but ara working up
ibout Qutlohi na.
There is no doubt now that the rosd
will be pip bed iilieid and offioial confirm
ttinn of even fiinlier construcuon of this
may be expected any day now.
GOLD DREDGES.
Large Machine   .low Under Construction at Yale.
Dredging on the Fraser river fur guld is
.ii enterprise which _nes steadily on. In
past years a large number of machines
isve been at work at diff rent times, and
�� very considerable amount of money hss
been upended, There is under cun
-true!lull at Vale a dredge -hi h will op
orate in the river near lhat place. Thi
i'i>- part of it is already together, and
'he nnichiii-iy :��� >n the spot ready to bi-
installed ss soot) as ���otajble, Waltei
Williamson who has experience in died
.es in Ne* Zealand, ia looKllig alter th.
interests nf the c impany.
Near Lvttiui anothM dredge is in oper-
Mr. Anderson and  family have arrived ! -Hot.   This is in a qaiet part of the riv r
in the valley from Vancouver.    Mr. An"-1 just below the p lint, which haa long be' n
erson hss bought the rati'di owned hy S I one of the favorite locations for drei'gei
J. P Scott behind  Rockford and intends : ..
Settling there.
A m��st enjoyable dance wai held at
Aspen (.rove yesterdiy evening There
wa* quite a Urge attendance ai d every
one vnied the affair a _.'e*t success, dan
cing being ktpt up till 8:90 this morning
KAMLOCP 3  DEBENTURES.
The first s.le nf   Kamloops  city Wattr
Works and F/cclric  Light  extension de
and other places lying along
lhe wagon road are indicative
of the-necessity for some such
irrangement.    li is hoped that
Bryan For President,
Former ISeimtor .lames K. Jones ol
Uksnaas called on President Itoosevel'
��l Wsshmtoii on .Saturday. Afterward
'te declared fur W.J, Bryan's nomination
,    , J ,��� .    the residents oi  both  Nicola
tor the presidency. He said; "1 be
lieve Bryan is the logical candidate < f the
Democratic party today, and in my jmig
ment will be the nominee and will link-
he race onder the Democratic party."
Prohibition ln P. E. I.
Queen's county, I'. E. I., on Fridai
tnied in faror of the repeal of the Scot'
Act. Twenty pulls out of siity
two gave <i!>5 against tbe aot and 7H for
it. This meane that the Scott Act is re
pealed hy a big majority and 'hat now
the whole province will he under pro
hibition law.
Won by Nanalmo Boy.
Harry  Bray,  B. A., son of  Marshall
, | Bray,   government   agent   at  Nanaimo,
s
lit Tuesday,
Kami.ops ''ranch of the Canadian Hans   ���"�� lhe  llhodes scholarship at Victoria
uid Princeton, .is well as those
points between will see the
necessity for active endeavor
to further their own interests
m this matter.
The growing importance ol
these districts should receive
the most favorable consideration in the way of mail facilities
and a strong endeavor made
to have the required arrange
ment put into force at once.
Storms ln Ontario
if C inuiviiv at  101.   This is the first  1
ti in the hist    y of ihe city that a price
 above  par   '��� u ' ven   obtained fnr inuni i ,
I       ,   ,\ .   .    .. The preliminary hearing  of  IkeSwike
rhe   -Ointuittee   of   the   N. A. A. ar*: cipal debeiitu.,-. issued   by the corpora   ,,...,, n ].._, _.�����_.      C:,,   (,.   .,_   ... |���
r        f.r stealing a horse from (lenrge D��yer  last WeeK.     OO   iar   as   can or
A heavy wind storm acrom
panied by rain and lightning
passed over western  Ontario
debenture*,  were sold at this
making arrangements  to  have the tennis  li-n.    $l_,'iii'i * Tth, including Ihe ne*
C mrt in condition for playing on before  fi �� hall
Dominion   Day.     lf   the   arrangements  price,
made are  carried  not  the ten a is court
stn old be one of the best.
To Evangelize the West.
took place today hefors imtf. Murray, |eHrncr] there were no fatalities
J, P.   The witnesses were mostly Indians _ > ,   ,i,,
���____.  n. Trees were uprooted, bin dings
neoe'sitating an interpreter,    Kventnally I b
Ike waa committed for trial to Kamloops. unrooted aild   windows broken
His esse will eomc up at the fall assize.   TUP tplP.rr:.n.i    .rrvirp _'_s A,-
Th.-l'r.isby-ensu general assembly of Iu       ,      ,  .   ,      T...  ��� _..   i ne teiegrapn service was at
1 Ike was brought in from  Lillonet by W.
The school chileren have this week
been the reoipient* of a national flag from
the publishers of the Montreal Witness
The Hag is an excellent one and arrangements are being made fur a flat; pule to
be erected al the school house.
Canada  m ������   in   session at London this
week. Much int'test was manifested in
the reading nl the home missions' report.
The past  jeit-  ��� ,s a banner year in the
Clark, provincial (cliceman.
moralized lor a time
Midway and Vernon Railway
Fourteen thousand tons i f
The annual picnic at Lower Nicola un
history uf the l'resbyterian hhurch in the der the auspices of thu Methodist ehurch
eastern provinces.   Th*   burden of  the will be held oa Saturday the 16th.   Th*
addresses  are, nmre   means  needed  to sports will be in no  way behind  those of Steel rails for   Midway &    Ver-'
i evangelize thi west, where there are fiOfl past years and a large turnout of friends non   railway has   been ordered
Subscribers to The Nioola Herald can  mission fields, containing nearly 150,000 from all over the valley ii expeoted. Din- ancJ construction Will be Started
renew their subscriptions by sending in families.   The amount of the home mis   ner aud refreshments a8 usual will he pro-
12 to the office. ,ion fund last year wai about $150,000.    ! tided. in a 'cw weeks. THE   NICOLA   HERALD
____B_B
THE NICOLA HERALD
r��an*h_d ��T*rr Thuridar
���ahaartptlon, la Ad vane*. 13 aTaar
Hiaeu, _. 0. iuifi It, IMt
TAINTED WEALTH.
Tainted wealth from tainted
meat. What a satire the latest disclosures are on our cousins on the other side of the
boundary. The disgusting details ot the manner in which
the great packing firms in the
United States prepare their
food products for market are
appalling. The worst feature
of the case is that the whole
meat business of the United
States is in the hands of these
same packers. The packers
in their thirst for riches and
their greed for markets have
sowed the wind and reaped the
whirlwind. Now the cry is
raised for more rigid inspection
of the plants and their methods. The president has before
him a peculiarly difficult task,
and his method of settling the
matter will be watched with
curiosity. Practically nearly
every millionaire in the United
States is interested in the packing houses. Some through
direct financial interests, others
through subsidiary companies
and railways which are at the
beck and call of the packers.
Will Roosevelt prove himself
a strong man and fight this
gigantic trust to make it conform to the laws of the republic and be amendable to laws
passed for the public good or
will he prove a weakling who,
while raising the cry for stringent inspection at the moment,
will allow the matter to drop
into its old state when the hue
and cry has subsided. His
actions will be watched with
interest. A project is on foot
we believe to establish a packing plant in Alberta, but it is
to be hoped that if such is the
case, the Canadian packers will
not imitate the methods of their
American rivals. For some
years the exports of Canadian
dairy products have been under the supervision of the Federal authorities with great ben
efit to the honest producer and
to the reputation of the Canadian article. If beef and pork
packing are to become staple
industries of the Dominion it
behoves the authorities to see
that rigid supervision is made
of all plants and their methods
as only in this way can Canadian products maintain their
excellence and bring the highest market prices.
ANOTHER 0. P. R. PROJECT
It is reported that the Canadian Pacific Railway company
is preparing to build another
line through the Rocky moun
tains at a point north of the
present route through Kicking
Horse Pass, and that work will
commence on this line without
delay. The story goes that
the new route will be through
the Yellowhead Pass, which is
about 300 miles north of Kicking Horse Pass and which Is
the best railway route through
the mountains.
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STRONG
AS AN
OX
MALI.KRTS Beef, Iron
aad Wine mak.s you
stroug. Compoitd of freih
Beef, Iroa in * fora th*.
ia eaaily __.i__ila.ad, tnd
good Sherry Wine, it is t
tonle that make* rich new
Mood, (appli** nitrogen
ot* material to build flvsh
and muscle, and ���timu
lata* th* whol* system to
a*w*r effort and energy.
Price 11 per bottle.
-T��B-
MALLERY DRUG GO
___���__���
IAULOOP8, :   B. 0.
*}��_y_^l>1_x_-y_-yf_ycy*_y->a>t>i
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
���010 WMtmlnitar  Road
VA-.00UVBR, B. 0.
Headquarters for
PACIfO C0A8T GROWN
Garden, ?low*r end Field Seed*.
Mew ernp now in 1" >c_ and on test in
earfreenhoeaea.    Ask your merchant for
the* in Haled packages.   If he don not
handl* them, w* will nail 60 auorttd
60 DMhegee of vegetable and t'i-er leads
( ur own (election, suitable for B. C. gar
.���ns) for 11.00.   Special prion  in your
hu'k leads
B. C. Uraw* fttock at Frail Md
Ornamratai Treee.
How ready for spring ihipment.  Extra
nice *took nf���
I aad I rear old apple trees at .JO per 100
tl��l per 1000
Marnar. Plum f 100
I all an Prune. . jnar An* Wiper in*
Sugar Plum  I rear, In* XX per 10u
Fell list of ether stuck at regular prieei
No eipenie, tea* ar delay ot immigration
or inspection.
Ontaaou* Plant*. Floral Work, He* Bap
p-le-. Finlt !>_____������, l-rtUlBM*, etc,
Let me price your lut before ordering.
Catalogue Fr**
M  J. H-NflT.
MM W**_H-Mt*r Real,      Vawoootie, R. C.
NOTICE.
RATKPAYRR. le the Nioola and Lower
Nirola School Dlslrlnts are reqnssted to
m__�� immediate pay meat of   thtir   School
Taxes at the Government Agent* nfflc*, Nicola.
OKI). HURRAY.
 Collector.
NOTICK.
Mity.��?��after date I Intend to apply to th*
���hief commlaaloMr of lands and work- for per-
___���-�� lo pnnlias- 80 acres 0. moan tal* past
ture land, commencing at the a. a. corner of mj
pre -motion, running 'it chains Math, theMe
in chains west, thenoe 2. chain* north, thence
40 chains east to starting point,
_____ wer Nicola, Mar 31.1906.
ANDRKW SMITH.
mOOLA ___S__.rlM_.NT WSTRICT
TAI nonce
NOT1CI la hare., ft ._ Is _-<ev__a<-l *___
the _________ that Provincial n svaau Tax aad
aHpu-ea-ed tax** aad lm unit tax aae___*_ aad
levied aader th* Aa***. meat Ac* aad -mead
m-ate. ar* now dn* and pivb-U for th* jttt
IS__ All Kim oullMUt's for th- Nieola assess
meat district ara doe ai d Uf able al ni j oflae,
���ttaato at Nieola. This notice, la terms of law
la eajalvalnl to a pens in _ demand \j wtt *p*a
all pernn* liable for taxes,
.tn   MURRAY,
Am** t  id I'oDeetor.
Nirola __s-e-.in.at IMatrtel.
Nieola Peat -We*.
Datod at Nioola li h of _Vb'o_rv, IM
f-HBIR. 01 TUKTT
A. R. C. e_ Undo*
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Kamloeps, B. C.
A_*a;i and anal;**! it (he*, Coal and la
distrtal prodiet*.
___dbI��s br mail ar sta_i receive prempa
attention.
Jx. O. F.
COURT NICOLA. No WI, A.O. ��.. mtttt
K-rond and foartb Krldai In eaoh nn'Oik
at I ML, In fooler's Hal). VlsiUag .relhrn
cerdlaUr invited.
N. J. Rakwick. C. R.
W. OonnoN M''R*_T S_*.
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Bora* 8ho*lng a ap����ialiy.
NICOLA LAKE, B O
W. J. KERR
Watchmakerjeweler
KAMLOOPS, B. 0.
All kind* of Watch.-*. Cl. ok*, Jewelry,
etc., kept in Hook.   Wedding pree
ent* a Ipeciklty.
First elasa repair* don* on ihort nntie*
and ret urm-ii at once.
NIOOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL-
notice.
Estate of John Corbett,
Deceased.
TlNDIH- will b* rtcKved bv tkt nndsr
*l|n*d *x*cater* of the estate of th* let
Jahn Corbett, deceased, up to 1! o'clock noon
IW.de.. J ���� lib, ISM, for lhe purchase of tbs
east bait Meotloo 14, township 11. oa the plains
aboat three mile* weel ef Nioola. ooot-dalng
IN acres more or lass
TERMS CASH.
Dated at Nieola, H. C, March It. IBM.
A. R. OAK KINO TON.
N. I. H. BARWICK,
���xtaaton et th* Estate ef the late Jeha
Carta*
I* prepared to tske con'ract* for
���awing lumber and getting oat
timber.
_eeacr.il  -III loiitmrt* Karcated
PRICES WODlRATj
I'artie* wishing  wn-k can  nav* **me
pruBptly attended )������ hy appffinaj to
F. D. W0"DWARD.
Nicoli. B C.
Leave your order* *ith N I, B.r��ic_.
orlnmher who is agent for th* Nioola
Portable Steaai Haw Hill he oan k.li, y.u
plan oat at ordar.
ASK TOUR D-tALUR VOR
"Kurtz's Own"
"Kurtz's Pioneers"
"Spanish Blossoms"
UNION MADE 0IOAR8
KURTZ'S PIONEER CIGAR FAC UhY
148 Oordov* St W.
VANOOUVFK a 0.
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NICOLA, B. C.
Telephone No. 7. Main Street
METROPOLITAN
HEAT MARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Order* throii|hoat th* District rcccir* oarafa   atato in* and pma.pt  ttttrttf
JAMB*.   rOOLKT -.      .     .      Pr***.****
���THWART'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
���tlao  Grenerihl Livery
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. O.
8TAOES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every   I hursday  tor Nicol* Lake,   Kamloopi
Princeton and way points at 6 a. m.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 _-.nl
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday for Nicula and Spencet Bridgt
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
Every   Sunday   6 a. m., arriving Spencet
Bridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
Every Tuesday  and  Friday  for    Spencet
Bridge at 6 a. m.
Every Friday fur Princeton at ft a. m.
special trips made by appointment.
Telephone connection with Kamloops
M. P. STEWART,    -    -    Proprietor
JOB WORK
JOB WORK THE  NICOLA  HERALD
MAKING OF A WEEKLY
Special  Edition   of the  Par-morn  Ad.
.orat* of Winnipeg
In ��� haiid.mnr Ipeciel  edition  that re-
tis ����� credit o|hir iu publ.-her* _��� wall **
III c< .ntanipurarlt*    f   Wsat.ru  0a>__|,
th* Farmer. A'l o.-.'b and  II me Imir
na), Winnipeg, Man , nut mas ih*  work
Incident to the produelinn of a first claaa
agricultural pener.    The  Prngratl .Sum
tier,  .1 I till issue is   Called, oall,e fll.na   lie ....    , ,, BBaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBB
I he following applications under tke''l/qnor
lire*! lilt  ��.ell and  entail,. >.iaf>i.l_i.*nt      |,|., ������. AoIi imr have betn rpft)i, d oy J
illuiiraMon*  of  th�� large itaff *_*._____���       ���������-
piahaaalu   Miff cl   inndern  ois.hii.'iy
ni,,11',fad  in turning our ihe imjazii *.
ln   idditinn   the   uuinhrr   ."litem* ��*l
��� rutin artieler relative  tn the advance
muni heing mad* all over ihe *'e*l.    Nci
dom have w* lee*  a  |iulilicaliiin   of   any
Inn... thai given evidence of such   ar.ful
tb'tight and akilled worlimanihip.
iCerri-gton. Silver Leal... uth* brat  '  THN PLAOH TO BUT TOUE
Wot  �����*  on   the  market.    It   il * fin,      SMOKING QOn.'iS 18 AT
orange peko*, a ataigbt ai.anj t**.
.Io hou_. eonipl... wiihoot it. J. A. SCOTT'S
CICAR & TOBACCO STORE
-AMLOOPS
_ .1" _,(?k "' '���""������'Ic and Imported Clttn
aac the beat am ,_ing tob__.o __IW__T_T^ i_____d"
Drop In aod enjoy a quiet mm, of BUliart*.
Agent fur lhe hoaeer.<__*__ Uondry, Vaaooii.
ver.   Laundry...Ipped�����.. _at_r_ar      m
HOTELS
KAJtUm. ll'il'MK. P. Hemd. proprietor.
Heei stock   . vrines, liquora and cigar* In
Ibe Interior.    Imt >b�� apoi tor a nice mol re
fie.ii ng _l._s at beer.    W ne i Id Kamloopa
oall In.
Trout Pry.
It  ia reported  lhat  th* 0. ('. R  ha*
made an offer to the Dominion government  fiahery department to provide   a
���peeial car, with all  (he  necessary *|ip!i-
ancea, for the c.rriage of  front fry, and
to carry it and  the  men require", to dia
trihute-he fi��h free nf cha'ce     AM   'hat
ii needed, therefore, to niak* (he n-tti.lc
ing of the  "trnaini along tha line of  the
Canadian   Picific   railway   unaaiMe   ie a
mipply   of   fry     Thia, it   ia ��>��ted, the
gii'ernment ia likely to pr oMe neif lea-
ana, the present ipring heing  ton far nl
van. ed to allow of the aecuring <>f ap.wn.
Urmnan, W. i , retail renewal, Itujal Hotel,
Notch Hill.
llomfray,   Vi.  tt,  relail  renewal,  Adelulii
H.iii I. (Irini'le Prairie.
llnwac, A. K.. retail renewal, Itrlard Hotel,
Mcola lak".
Jh.im..I 'I. II., retail renewal. Oold Ditdgc
II I.:. H I .Vim, -on river,
Killett, Wa, H, retail renewal, Lake tlM
ll'ilej, ___M_a_*.
Kirlir.  ���>���___��, retail   removal,    . ilkhcna
ilii'-igullclnu..
l.u.k,        ., renewal, Ki-li Uke Hotel,     ^^^^^^^-______B_BBBmwm��mBBBBBBBB'
Hell l__r,
Padiunre. ��. VV, retail renewal, t'.l'.li. Hnlel        ASHOKiivT H'.Trll-   The .mat convenient
..K4, , *-x    tin I I f .1   ..    Ii.l. in   .-hi r ifl      lh.ba'"f
^^^^^^^ table board    Hoi ann cold b-ihe.   (lur r*err
sen'ane ineeta all tralna.   Johnson, fc Perkins,
proprietor*,
GrtAND I'Ai ls"IC HOTBI- Kamloopi.   The
narail hatiltotborailwayatatloa.    Ibe
oii'v envnenieni hotel  fur traveler*.     Qotut
  , good (u'ie, itood llqiiore.    Two large
*__*���__ ro'iiiis.   I'. A. Ramhert, proprietor.
insil aiibllng In connection.
Il you will .t*p in at _r_Mti"-_a,'i when
���1 lxiwer Nicnla. ynu will he cnniii'ed
lhat he carriea the latest and uii.st coin-
plele line of gents furniahinga, iiifla.ling
eunimer top ahirti, fancy veata, hats mid
cap*, all kinda and (.hades collars, ttee, etc.
A meeting of the hoard of llien-lngcivunile-
al'innr- will be held a   Ibe I'ourt House, k��_o-
Innis. a   11 a, ni., on  _*________, the'-Tibof
June. ]!*_.
E. T. V\ . I'-Alf-K.
Chlif l.ie.nu: Inapt-lor.
Kamlooim, H. ('., Uth June, WAX
NOTICE
Thirty days from date 1 intend to apply lo
I hi chief commissioner of Linda mid works
for a license to pr__p*-t I tt Coal on tht follow-
IngdeKrl ed lands, ninnited on lhe weat Id*
if Ten MlleCrecknhoul Hj uties smith of t-.ht
Mi> i.reek, coinniei.ciii- al a po-'niarkeil ('.
W. Mowsey's t. a. comer po-t and runniiiK ^O
chains nuri-, Ihence N ohalni wflat, tb_tt*a KU
south, thence SO chains east back to eost.
0, W. MOVtSKV, loca'or.
May_______ A. U'ilmoi. Agent
Ntop at thn
ROCKFORD HOUSE
Uo��T  ,si (itt, Proprietor
VV'ien   trau'ln.g   on   th* Nicol* road.
Ci'iivenient place dr travelers, wiihgooii
aocoiiiiiiodalion.
NO I ICE
i
mm
Thirty i1ayn fro-n <<��n-   | inlpnd In nr>i'l)' U>
1   Ihe riiivtflO_niQlM_M��*l of 1 uirK and wnrk- for a
heen .���   lo  pt"0poe\   fur  i*��wl oa .lieMlowtM
ilvn'Till-il   Iilii'l-,     ItUAt-Nl   nn   tlie   W��'H\  Hide nf
Ten Mi).' rrwk ftbodt 1. milt'- South of Ktffht
mite rreek, Yak) '1In nn, e^mmonftfif Ht ��� po-t
iiirtrkf"! (J, U Hi-hKn!*nin'- n. u. EWB r pout,
and runninK 8() rimiiir. km , t,h*'fic�� SO f-.itin*
���OOfi, |iht||-_-B WcfanJw went, IIiphch 80 ObtljM
rmrlb back to pott.
0. L. ItKTlAUOMlV, locator.
MlfftiN A. Wilmot, ARent
UINSBAL ACT.
Certifioatr* of Luifirrnfmeiitn./
NOTICE.
The Province Mineral Claim, -itu.tc in lha
riimilkameen nilniiiK 'livision of Yiledistrict. Located on loidy'scrcek, about seven
miles from Nicola Lake.
^  Take notice Hun  I, Ptelerl'k tienrge ralge,
tiona. deaire. to tran.mit  to  the general      (reeiiiinci'scerilili'iie v.. bSTUI 1*1,0. (nduri
' ,   from the date lnreo', to npi'lyto the ininidg
eor.t'rence ita conviction  that  iii-tll ���_���*      ���-_-����������� lertiflratae. iniproicmenis, for
Church ttnlon.
The M"iitreal Methodist conference en
Thnrsrlay 1 isi adopied the f< .ln*lB| mem
oH.1;
That havin? read th* outlin* of the
Co ditioni of the propoaed orgaMi'_.d un.
iin of Prnihvt-rian, O'ngregational and
Mefho'liaf churches, thia cofiferenc* without endnritng every detail of thoae cnndi
I   j
; (
Unequalled as a
S<iii|ii>eP Resort-
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always reatly. Telephone
Connections all dirt-ctions
First Class Accommodation. Terms :
Moderate.
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
QlflLORUI A, R. A
ciit.t'rence ita conviction that until ��uch
til ditiona �� ill conaerve all that i�� eesen-
lial to the miaiion of Meth dj��m. and
will alio tend to the enrichment nf flpir
itual life in our conimuiiion hy fuller
fellowship, union with Christiana hiving
other pointi and tradition* i�� nut en-
cnoraired.
recorder for a      ��>.��..oil-ius, ior
the purpiisc of ok_-i___| a crown train of the
hIsivc '1 lim.
And  further lake noire lhat action, under
_**___* 37, must he cumi'ience 1 before (lie lssu-
an'-eof siichceriitlcale of imnr 'vemenls.
Dated Ihi. Wth dn) of May. IM
VMOCMICI OeOHO* I'Alok',
Jkg-M for J. V.. ' -lUa
Notice.
Plae* your ordera wjih The Pnrtahl*
���Steam Raw IIill, all work guaranteed.
,)n��* arrived,fashionihl* moulding knivei.
Whv need to leave your hou��e unflnialied
for want of moulding*. Edge and grain
flooring nf firat quality, will ra_t*a*f ihrea
tnttf mad* of flat grain. Window eaeh
mad* to order.
Vol in* ia herelij (traa that Ondays after dale
I iuiend toappl) to th. Rua th* chief (W-_
ini-sinner of Lands rui Works for p/rmlaslnn
topiirchasrft.Oa're-1'f mountain pa-tttra land
desenhed a- fallows, eoiuioeiieiiiK at npo.l
marked ��. It v. 1 post, a, w, co'U'r. situ t.'d
at or near Matiielie-riMVona load, aboul 1 mile
norih nf Quin ville's raai li, ihence ��, Hcbalni.
S Kl chains. VV 80 chains, N Sn c in,, lo initial
pmt CKANl'IS HIY.
Nicnla, April 27th, _M
Province of Montreal
Tleciuse of (he rrfmal.if th* legislature
of Quebec to treat Montreal city council'��
applicationi from time to time lo alter
the city charier to permit, nf improve
ineote. etc., a move n on to petition the
feiieral government to lake aciion *o tha'
tin. Brilish North American Act culd __
amended and the whole island of Montreal made into a province in ita nwu
right.
Notice.
To enicr'aiii and amuie jount home.
Hetter than ii theatrical performance
i.lld much cne.iner.
For Prices nn'l Terms Write to
M. M. WAITT & GO.
M ' miu ill,, .street
VANCOUVFB, B. C
Notice is here'y given (hat 110 lays after date
I Inlend tn apply'o (he Hon. the . hid com-
mi-.Inner of Isml-and -inks for permission io
to purehaie 1-0 acrei nf itniiiiitain aa-tujv and
deaeribed a* follows: eoininencing at po.f.
ni.iik.il No. 1, J. K. M's. n. w corner adjoining
F. K's. �� _r. onrner. Ihence K gfl. H ��n. .V m, N
80 to initial po<t. J. F_ MUrtHAY.
Nicnla,-7ih April. lUOfl
Aft.r tbe Reward.
I'r ii moial (Vtisul'lea Kernie and I'earae
are looking for th* reward* offered for
the caplur* of the lr*i* mhhers now that
lh�� criminals have heen landed behind
ihnh'ff wall*. All kind* of claimant* to
the credit of running the outlaws fo earth
ara cropping up and the constables ar*
kept busy discredit!-ig these report..
Notice.
Sixty day-after date I li 'end In anflj to th*
Hon. the chief __a_mtn i "" "f land**** works
f r i erini.slon lo puieb t e'.'.'I a.' ��s of ia-'i| I
lanpin a*p*aQ*0.*_Hoet_d a-follow.: com-
mei.ring a' a post marke-l \. It C. i��lae*d
about ,11 rhalns nasi aed IH-h-i. nns'hof lhe
h. K. corner nf |__t !I05, Ihence t ��� hiins nonh.
(hence I* rh.iins *a*t. tIipii" tnCbuala I nrlh.
Ihence 4') chains east, ihenee 40 chaina math,
Ihein* TOchams west ��� b ���-: ��� ��� e'iOeh 'ill south,
thfnc* ** ch .Ins west 'o | 'Int of rai-aoHMU*
men'. A. It. ('AHUINOT in
April Hh, IIKWt B. J. Hair, agunt.
NOTICK.
-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        ....        $158,232,409.51
HOHO-tARY PRB8IDHKT
Rt Boo. Lord Strathoona aad Mount Royal. Of. 0. K. 01.
raasiDSNT. sir a*o, a. _______���_���__ t o. w, __
rium-PUMHWMrrr ard -Bnhhal mar____���_��� ��� a. a. ot-OD_rroii
Head Office���Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from   $100  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.
NIOOLA   _Bn.A_VO._-C
A. W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
THE NORMS SAFE & LOCK 00
SEATTLE, WASH
Frank G. Benson,   -   -   -   Agent
VANCOUVER, B C.
1382-1906
RRW W ESTMINSTBR, B. 0.
Rev. W. .1 SivrtiH, B. A , RO
Ki >. J. P, Bowili, Ilur.ir
Carring-on. OoMen Ltaf toa I* th*
rtrj fin-at nWery nrtng* ptko*. In-
|inrt*rl and ptcVod eap-i'ially fnr u*. I*
ahtolntelr th* 6n��*t t*�� on th* utrktt
.0 -*nt* * pound.
Subacriber* to Tha N inula Herald can
ran��w their aiibaoription* hj ivndlng ia
f_ t.> th* offlo*.
Sh'rd*r��aft��r data I Inlend toanrly la th*
chief rnminlsslonsT nf land- *nd wort- fnr n*r-
miMlnn in piirchaae ,-Hi ivret it inounfalo na��-
lureromit'-niHngal a wist at ��nrth-'ist��nrner
ef lnt9M, ihenre north tn olialn-. UinM rail
twenty  ohain-.  thenea   nnr'l  forl.v   elialns,       _,���_��� ���_�� ,
thenre eaat twenty ehalna, thenoe aniith forty      ~  *      '"
chains, the-cn we��t  twenty  rhalm,   than-��      tttt til T n min I   .ue.-lty'.
ninth fnrlv chains, thenoe weat twenty ohalni
to point nf commenrpmcat.
Abtwd Orove, March Mlh, 19o&,
W. A. DiiDD*.
A ocroiilpte  c mmeriial and ha.iiira*
onura*. SnideoN prapaied to gaiu teaoh
���ri ctrtin ��'�����'' ill grade*. In nniver
any toH > In111   ira. for th* B. A. dt
JOHN 0. ADAIR
MINII._JENGIN��EB COAL &OILEIPERT
Is prepared to examine coal
properties and ftirnish reports on same. Terms to
suit all.    Nicola, B. C.
Inatructii.il f i a in Mmic, Art, Phyl
cal Cull ir* and I ncution.
"���d fir Calendar.
Notice.
n f a^" ?'"d,f" ' iBten('t0��PPlr to the
Hon. i he rhi.f.-innii.-ionerof lands and wnrks
for pamMoa tn pur. hiiae im acres ���f pasture
land In A ape* Orove .'tuatrd as follow.' coni-
meiirinii at a nnsi mar'ted S. J. R. on the n k
rnni.r nf Im 720thonen JO rhalna tttt thenc.
�� rhalm n.ir h. ihenm 20 ehalna east, thence SO
chans aonlh theme 10 chains west, thence 10
ohalna north to the point of commeneemrnt
April llat, lOOt. 8,J,BAT_-    I
Nicola Valley Clydesdale Horse
Association
Imported Clydesdale Stallion
"ROSE EMPEROR"
(11883)11801
SEASON FROM 1st MAY TO 31st JULY
WILL  TRAVHL  DURING  SEASON   AS   FOLLOWS
Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays at Nicola.
Wednesday noon and Friday noon at Coutlee.
Wednesday night and Thursday at Lower Nicola.
Service Fee $30 for Season including pasturage
JOHN BLACKWELL,
Manager THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NEWS
I. Ea.twood   *f   A.pan Grove  aa* In
Nioola thia weak.
.lama* Pooley (hipped a load of hide*
thi* week to Aihorofl.
F. W. Ziaglar r*torn*d from 'h* coa*t
���a Saturday ni.at'* itage.
D.   W.   Rowland* of  Aihcrofl ���*��� a
fi*itor to Nicol* thi* w**k.
All. (J loduaou ii haay finiahing tba
fane* *ro*nd th* N  A A. ground*.
Mr*. A R. Oarrington bu been qalta
ilck for th* paat two weeki, but ������ Dow
tKi vering.
(Ur. C*non Trem*yn* arnnd on Than-
day'* it��g* and proceeded no Friday to
r'rineaton.
Jm. Haddock of Aihorolt and W. Har-
grearM of Kamloopa were in Nieola thu
**tk on ._iiii.ii..
W, Riley i* making eit*iulv�� altera-
tloa* to th* Riley House, A. H. Owe*
ii *ip*rint*nding tha work.
J. Manzia* who hu bean at Qoilob.na
for aome time i* no* in Nieola wbara h*
��� ill be engaged for leveral wttk*.
Did you have a good time on Victoria
Day. You will have a batter on* en
Dominion Day. Particular* on firtt pag*.
P. 0. Oambl*, government ���tigiu.er
and A. Staremon, road iuperiat*ndent,
were in Contle* thi* wtek having come in
via Sevona. Tbey proceeded to Spenoe*
Bridge looking over th* road and railway
ironing*.
Oa Thunday afternoon neit, tb* Slat
tait., a publio (lamination of th* ichool
ihildren will be held in the ichool hoot*.
l*��rent* and otheri intereited ar* invited
to attend. The ichool will do** (or th*
holiday* after that data.
Tb* .lection of officer* for Court Hie-
���la, A. 0 F will take plate an Friday,
Jan* 22nd All member* ire requeued
to make a ipacitl effort to be prennt.
After the baeineu ia diipoted off light
refrtahmenti will b* lerved.
Charlea R. Gilbert, secretary of tbe
Mainland Fire Underwriter! Aiiociation
of B. 0., lift for Vancouver on Tueaday'*
���tag* after (pending a enupl* of weeki in
th* dutriot. He eziireiied himielf it
being delighted with the Nieola Valley *o
aiaeb to that he intend* ro*iiitiag the
dittriet latar ia th* year. Oa Saturday
Mr. Gilbert paid a viait to Aipen Grov*
���amp, which h* eoDtideri hat ont of the
brifht_*t of futaret before it. Tb* n
**ll*nt abowiag* on tha variou eltimi
war* a lurprii* to him and he wh aiton
lihtd al tha bodiet of ore being tbown ap
�� i tba claimi wbieb were being develop...
Bt connden tbe Aipen Grove dittriet to
bt itcoad to Done in th* wait for mia-
aral wealth.
lu-w __________
Try Griffia't imokid ihouldtri at tbt
Mitropolitan M**l Marktt.
For tut tad eoejforl for walking yoa
thoald alwayi bay your boat* tad thou
at Armitrong i, they art "eom killers."
CarrlDgton't Golden Leaf tea la ih*
��rry laaat lowary nraog* peko*. Imported tad puked eiptcially for qi. I*
alaolaialy tba Inatt tea on tba m*rk*t.
*0 east* a pound.
Don't ba aided or miitakia,
Bat whan yoa fry,
Ba *nr* yoa try
M. M M. Hem. aod Bam.
REFRIGERATORS
Madt of elegant hard wood
and hut limit) throughout.
Each one make* a handsome
pieoe of furniture. From
110 60 to 820 each.
Ica Criam Fr.-r._-Ks:
t-CHUN Window* to keep out the Diet.
ScaiiN Doors in all liiea from f2 ap.
Gaaouiii and Coal Oil Ktovrk, at
reasonable price*.
KVKRYTHINli  FOR   THE  HOT
WEATHER
LEEMING'SlARDWARE
KAMLOOPS
Go lo tb* M. M. M, for ______ and
bacon.
Carrington'* Golden Leaf tai it tht
very fineit flower* orange pekoe. Imported and packed especially for at. It
abeoluttly tha fineit tit on th* market.
DO oiati * ponnd.
Aik th* butoh*r tu bring yon * Griffin
Ham from th* M. M. M.
If yoa wtnt high clu* up-to-date Boott
and Shoe* go to Armitn.ng'i. Spring
itoek juit arrived.
Oarriagton'i Silver Leaf tta ia the but
Wot. tea on the nurket. Il it a fine
orange p*koe, t ttrtight auam tea. No
hoate complete without it.
If yoa ara thinking of building now it
tba time to g*t your order* eut *o at to
hav* th* lumber dry when the long dtyt
e__M and Ibe carpenteri cm work with
pltaauro. Remember tha nam*, Th*
Nitol* Pnrtabl* Steam 8*w Mill.
Cirrli'f.ten's Silvtr Leaf tta Is tbe beet
SOot. tta oo tbe market. It ia a On*
orang* pekoe, a ttrtight aisaro tea. No
boa** toaiplete without it.
Go to Armitrong's, Lower Ni.o'*, for
yoar aait for th* lit of July. He carries
th* laten and mott up to date line of
elotbing of any buaine.* house in Nicol*.
To Tn Lam eh:
For tha latett and moit fashionable
faney collar* and ihirt waltti, lilooie tela,
belti, etc You thonld takt a look in tt
Armitrong'i. No trouble to (boa th*
good*.
���tookralaara Attention I
W* bar* r*o*iv*d a coniignmcnt of
Fly Fuma 50o. a tin; ain't nc iprayen
$1 50, Every rancher thould thould
htvt il and ate it Those wh. htvt tried
it once, alwayi keep a tupply in thtir
tttblu.
The 1'eoplei Store.       A. R. Carrington.
FOR SALE
I Mowing Machine 5 ft. cut.
1 Mowing Machine ^ ft. cut,
1 Rake, 10 ft.
1 Bain Wagon.
For particulars apply to
R. H. Winny
FOR RENT.
Good Stabling for 4 horses.
For particulars apply to
R. H. Winny
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
O-lcial Admlnlitrator
0__0-.-C*mm_re__l Block, tut of Poat Ofloe.
B.C.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Karniter, Solicitor and  Notary Public
tlfle.:   RmI of th* Canadian Baek of Com
mere*, aootb ltd* of Victoria strut, Kamloopa,
Mo*. 7 to loan oa real eitate __cai.tr.
NOTICE.
N*_h_> I* h-nky |ivia thai wllkla (to*
dan aft-er data I laUad te apply la U*
���hief _omml_*lo**r tt land* aad w*rk* for **r-
mlailmi te pnrahua KM uree of pa-ten lead
aituated aa fnllowi: Commencing at tke N. _.
eorur l-it 13-7. thenc* weet 40 chain*, thence
north it chain*, tkeao* eut tO chalm. thenoe
teatk M ckaiu ta point af comaen-aneat
Maj It. IN. WILLIAM CHI8HOLM.
HARNESS
SADDLES
N.J. BARWICK.
NIOOLA B. C.
M BBATTIB
Accountant,Coron <�� on, Insurance
and Qenera' A_ent.
-lain Htreet Kam!..-pa
HARDIMAN & 00.
Land Mining and Oeneral Supply Ajrta
���roii���
Mining contractor-, farm marhlnerj, buret...
rnttirs, ilelghi etc. brad for our Hit of farm
and mining properties. Report* on nilulug pro-
p-rtJe* through the Dittriet, Cable arfdreaa
"Anrnm." ('oiler Bron ball, Morn.ng * Seal.
A. R. C. tth.
vTarahoui.~C-_i.ord, v|._|_ Valley, B. C.
WATCH REPAIRING
All kindt of Waioh, Clock
and Jewelry r*i aire done in
firtt claaa order and latiafae-
tlon guaranteed. All work
entrusted to our care will b*
oompleted tnd returned *ith-
oat deity.
W. M. �� AtlfllH I  A CO.,
C. P. 11. Tim* Inspector*. Kamloopi
JACKSON & EARLE
BUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
Country Work a Specialty.
Writ* for Estimate on all Kinds of Work
P.O. Box IM KAMLOOPS, B.C
NOTICE.
I, Henry 8. Cle��al.y of the Coutlee
Hotel, Coailee, B. 0 , intend to apply to
the licrnee commieeii.nen for N'ic .'* Di*
trict at their text ai'ting for a tranifer nf
the retail liquor license luld hy me to
Jo*. R A. Richards.
Ham s. cli-sby.
Court*., B. C, ftiay 1st, 1906.
LOST.
A Yawaian or Erh automatic tiiliii u
reel with oiled silk line, hetweeu Sciences
Bridge and the 22-Mile House. Finder
will be rewarded by haaviag same at the
Coutle* Hotel, (Hemes' Si4*1 or the 22
Mile House.
TOWN LOTS
GOOD BUSINESS SITES
SOME  GOOD SNAPS
IN TOWN PROPERTY
AT "THE PEOPLE'S STORE"
FOR THE
Next Thirty Days
For Cash Only
DISCOUNT 20 PER CENT OFF
REAL ESTATE
INSURANCE
Q. n. BRASH,
Accountant and Auditor
NIOOU. B. 0
HIB_,I_-  0-TICr
Cruras Prints
Kingscott Ginghams
Ducks
Matalosses
Lawns
Nainsooks
Swiss and Corded
Muslins
Cambrics
Japanese Silks
Sateens
Sergei), Cashmeres,
Suit Lengths and
Waist Lengths
Ladies Waists and
Skirts, Print, Silk
and Luster
Art Muslins,
Cretonnes,
Li .oleum., 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
G. HILLIARD
General
Blacksmith
.IRK AND IM m
SMITH BROS
BOOKSTORD
Kamlooi* and Vernon
.     Horsethoing done in a
I first class manner.    Care-
I ful attention given to this
I branch of the business.
nioola. b. a
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.
Redden. Aganta ta Nieola tor tha
ROYAL. and LONDON * LANOASHIRB  PTRB INSORANOI 00. S
COUTLEE HOTEL
COUTI.EK. K C.
Jos. Richards,      -      proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.   First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Oraod SUbll-C ta Ctanaaat.**.
M______M 0__u_Mi___i

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