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 THE NICOLA
.-f-.-ra.i 190^
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NICOLA, B. 0��� THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 19Q5yy
Vol. I.   No. 23.
$2 a Year.
NIOOLA TELEPHONE CENTRAL
ASPEN GROVE CAMP NI00LA ���L���
OLAIME-T^Bfc TELEPHONE AOEKT
RAILWAY AT WORK ���"����"���
WHAT THB JACK-MAC NEWSPAPER
MEN THINK OF IT.
Description of Thi* Interesting Mining
Camp as Told by Practical Mining and Newspaper Men to
The Eastern Press.
Io June 1899, H H. Schmidt located
and staked the tirst claim in the Aspen
Grove camp. Tales of rich copper indi
cations in the range of hills extending
north and south from the Grove had for
year* been told in the sou'h country, hut
it was not till 1899 thai prospectors began
to give it any personal attention. After
Schmidt's discovery, the country fairly
swarmed with prospectors, until now
every indication bas been staked the
length and breadth of the rang*. Mr.
Schmidt's original claim has proved to be
of first rate indications. It is known a*
the Big Sioux.
Starting at the *outhern end of the
range is the Little Sioui, owned by VV.,).
Murray, showing copper glancn assaying
2,'J per cent copper. Then comes thr
Black Forreit, owned by Angus McKay,
with good indications. D. J, Starwald also has claims in the vicinity ot the Little
Sioux. A. B. Kobberts ii also interested
in properties in this section. On Bear
Mountain, in the range, are several claims
from which some good ore has been taken
out, these are owned by D. J. Stewart
and Murray Brothers.
On the summit aud each side of Mouut
Moriah is the Vancouver group, four
flamis in all, with hist rate Bhowiugs of
copper glance, owned by J. P. Allen, Con
Murphy lend William Augstead. The Red
Bird and Lcne Star groups consist ot sit
claims, and native copper and glance are
found in them. Tl ese groups are owned
by Roberts, Budd and Alder*. T. A.
Rodgers and B. Osen own Calamity .lane
group, with hue idications of gray and
native copper.
On the west side of Mount Moriah is
the Queen of Hearts group of live, owned
by Frank Bailey and associates. This
group shows gray and native cupper.
Next to the Queen nf Hearts claim is
the Swede group, of three, with gray and
native cupper,
Eli Larson has a group of four claims,
the Hub, on which are good showings of
gray copper,
Messrs. Lowe and Brown own the Cop
per Bell group of four claims, the Lot hie,
a group of three. It is on their property
that the biggest showing of amygdaloid in
the camp is found. Copper in na'ive and
free-milling quartz Is also found on these
groups.
A. E. Howse and associates have a
group of four good claims
Eastwood, Gladwin and Price Ellison,
M. L. A. own the Copper Standard group
uf five claims one of the best prospects
in the camp.
Th* Golden Gate and May Bell are ale
good prospects and are owned by  VV.  A.
Dodd and A. R. Carrington
The Tomcat group, consisting of two
claims and three fractions, was recently
sold for 815,000.
J. E. Bate and associates own several
groups, in all fifty three claims. Perhaps
the best group in these holdings, and for
that matter in the camp, is the Golden
Sovereign, consisting of seven claims. On
this group a well defined ledge or native
copper has beeu discovered snd exposed
for over 400 feet of the length of the
group. The claims have been staked on
both aides of the ledge ao aa to include
the irregularities of its cnuree. From
the main ledge t feeder has alio been
���raced, and there it also a large body of
Office Installed 1 hi* W**k and Ready
For Bxcha��� ge Tomorrow.
Mayor Chaa. S. Sievens of Kamloopt,
superintendent of th* government tela
phone line*, wa* in Nicola Tuesday, m
���peeling the ��<>rk doue on the hues in
this vicinity.
During the past week under the superintendence of Mr. Woodliurn of Yanceti
ver, the telephone gang have been putting up pule* and wirinv the town to
have a central office in Nicola.
The central office will be in charge of
Mrs. Munroe, and will be open for coned ions with the different 'phones to
morrow. Telegrams 'and conversations
will be continued to be received and ties
patched at A. R. Carringtou's and the A.
K. Howse Co.'* (tore* until the end of
this month, after that date all businets
will be transacted as the central office.
There will de ten 'phone* on the Nicol*
town circuit.
Mr. Stevens found the work very sat
itfactory and left Wednesday morning for
Kamloops. He was accompanied on the
trip by Mrs. Steven*.
CONSTRUCTION CAMP STARTED AT
COUTLEE.
John Pyke Dead.
The death took place at Quilchena op
Monday evening, of John Pyke who has
resided iu the Nicola Valley for tome
time. The cause of death was due to
heart failure and kidney desease. The
deceased wat a native ol Stratford, Om,,
and was about 50 years of age. The only
known relative living iu this province is a
sister, Mrs, Gtttrell of SuKuierland,
Okanagan district, who has been notified.
Tne pall bearer* were K.W. Jackson, Ed.
and Fred Raspberry, F. (lauuoii, 11. In.
skip and S. Kirby.
The funeral was held from Quitch- na
Wednesday afternoon to the Church of
England cemetery, Nicola, Rev. Goviur
officiating, a number of friends and ac
quaintances attending the last std rites.
The deceased was for a number of yean
in the Carriboo country having constructed a number ot Russell fences in the vici
���nt v of Clinton and Empire Valley, also
being in lhe same business in Keremeos
district. It is claimed he held the pacent
on the Russell fence for a number of years.
Will Work Both ~_j From That Point
Bridge Contracture Looking Over
Bridge Work to be Done
on th* Railway.
Loss, Macdonnell & Co.,
have started a construction
carnpat Lnutlee and have men
at work both ways from that
point and will go ahead with
the work to the end of the
cross-sectioning.
Work is progressing rapidly
on all parts H the work and
sub-contractors will complete
their contracts in good time.
Members of a firm of bridge
contractors were at Coutlee this
week, having looked over the
bridge work to be done on the
line with a view of contracting
for same.
At Spences Bridge the track
has been laid a short distance,
to accommodate the cars of
rails and otter material to be
used later with the track-laying.
James Macdonnell was at
Coutlee for a few days this
week looking over the work at
this end of the line.
New Postmaster-Oeneral
Hon. \���n. Mulock has resigued from
the Federal cabinet. He will give tne
government the support he hat always
done, his retirement being on account of
poor health.
A. B. Aylesworlh, a Toronto lawyer
gets the vacant portfolio.
PAPER CHASE.
Secures Horse and Saddle and Head*
for the Houndary Line.
A Ml by ihe name of W. L E. P**on
it now in the toils charged with misrepresentation and series of theftt.
Lie! week he secured a horse and
taddle from Johnny CheleelZa on the
representation that he was an agent of
the telephone system, and coming to
Nicola made a deal for a new saddle, giv.
ing the old one as part payment, later on
he exchanged horset and started up the
Princeton road to the boundary line. At
Aspen Grove he borrowed a ride and con*
unued on his journey charging his meals
and lodt/iugi to the telephone management.
The horse owner on learning that Pason
had bencoed him laid an information.
Cxisiable Clark treated 1'ason as he leu
Hedley, aud had Charles Revely aftei
him in short order, wha captured him as
he arrived at Keremeos, and returned
v once wr.h th* prisoner to Thynne's,
where Cmistahle Clark had gone to meet
them. They will arrive in Nicola this
evening when the preliminary trial wil
take place,
A few weeks ago another man claiming
to he a telephone a<ent, secures a horse
and taddle at Quilchena to go to Kam
loops.    He haa uot been heard off since.
TEN MILE CREEK
WORK  DONE  ON   PROPERTIES   IN
THIS PROMISIN- CAMP,
LOCAL NOTES.
J. Nash leaves shortly for the Similka
meen country where he will probabl)
spend the winter.
F. P. Cook of Granite Creek, and J. P.
Lundy of the Otter Flat hotel arrived in
Nicola today on a business trip.
George Dixon arrived from the Similka-
meen district nn Monday evening's stage,
and will spend some time in the Nioola
district mining and prospecting.
Hon. F. J. Fulton, W. B. Charles and
J.J. Carmentof Kamloops, and Hon R
1). Tatlow of Vancouver arrived at Doug
Us lake, Monday on a hunting expidition.
ore bearing rock extending the full length
of the claims. At some distance from the
ore-dyke, a lime sea is exposed the full
lengh of the group. Along the surface of
native ledge copper nuggett occur in
quantities, several tons of these have been
picked up and stored in sacks nearby,
only awaiting the advent uf the railway to
be worth 12 to 14 cents * pound. Several
shafts and prospect-holes have been tunk
nr drifted in thit group, and in sll of
them the indtcatiuni are uniform, showing
that the ore body both nf the nitive vein
and mineral bearing rock is permanent
at least a* far as can be demonstrated by
the limited nature of the pretent working.
The Bate outfit alto own* the following
properties: The Liverpool, group of four
claims; Big Horn, two claims; Boomerang
six claims; Medal fraction; Great Western
the Cincinnati, with* tunnel 400feet long.
They htve drifted this tunnel to gtt into
ore indicated on the surface of the hill,
but they have not yet got into it, though
Mr. Bate ettimatea that it will be reached
in another thirty five or forty feet of
drifting.
A continuation of this article will appear in next week'* itsue.
Will  be Held  on Thanksgiving Day,
October 26th.
The regular meeting of the
Nicola   Athletic   Association
was     held    Tuesday    evening |    Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Oreen-Armyttge
when considerable business was
transacted. The constitution
and by-laws as reported by the
committee were adopted and
members will receive copies of
same as soon as possible.
of "Willowd*le" at The Forks are ex
pected t* arrive from a five months trip
to England and the Continent on this
evening's stags.
A very enjoyable time was spent at the
home of Mn.   Walter  Clark,   when  a
number of the young people of Nioola
The Committee also reported ' pOtm4\ together and spent Wednesday
that a paper chase will  be held j evening with gsmei and a tody pull.
on  Thursday,   October 26th,
Thanksgiving day from Nicola
the start to be made from the
Mr. Murray, manager of the Canadian
j Bank of Commerce at Vancouver, snd
Mrt. Murray arrived by special stage from
Hank of Montreal building and! Soence*   Bridge  last  evening and will
to finish at the same place.   A !,pend a fMr weeks ,i8,tin�� "ith Mr''
,,   ,.      , .     ,-   ,  Pooley tt Ttmerton Farm.
number of ladies have signified'
their intention of taking part
and with the men an interest-
Quite a little excitement wat caused at
Coutlee N Monday when one of the pro-
ing   chase    will    no doubt  be  "linent citizens did not turn up from *
hunting trip. Search parlies were being
organized when the belated one turned
up, having lost his hearings during an enthusiastic moment while on the trail of
game.
made. All are welcome to
bring their horses and join in
the sport, the veteran, James
Pooley will be in the lead.
On the evening of  the 26th I    c p. Law returned Monday evening
an   impromptu   dance   will   be tim Bear creek on his way to the coast.
held in Pooley's Hall.
A meeting of the cemmittee
will be held on Tuesday evening to complete arrangements
for the paper chase.
He was accompanitd by his foreman, W.
J. Kilpatrick who has been building t
wagon road from Otter Flat to the Betr
creek mines. Owing to the winter setting In it wts decided to let tbe balance of
the work go until next spring. They continued on to the Coatt next morning.
J. W. Collts on Hi* Return to Victor!*
Tells or reuMUe.  Activity on Account of Railway Construction ln the Valley.
J. W Collia who hat been doing work
on his properties ou Ten-Mile creek near
Coutlee, returned home to Victoria latt
week, aud tpeakt qoite enthusiastically of
the conditions in that part of the pro-
viuce. Miners have been at work on the
I. X. L. xruupall summer and the dev
elopement work that has been accomplish
ed is of a very tatisfactory character. On
In-1 X. L. Mr. Collis reports that he
las a l.Vt ft, lead of low grade copper ore
with rich shoots running throughout. The
shaft has been tunk 100 feet and the value
>f the ore improved at 80ft. and ttayed
at ita best to the lowest depth reached.
On the surface the lead haa been ttriped
for 2'JO feet along the ttnke, tnd a considerable quantity of ore taken out. The
������'irk so far accomplished has demonstrate
he continuity of the ore body on the
group for a distance of 2000 feet. The
work now in progress will result in t
good tized ore dump by the spring The
troperty it situated 12 mile* from the
route of the Nicola railroad and it clot* to
he coal fields. At the property will be
��� orked hy a "glory hole" and with coal
���nd coke within etsy reach the I. X. L.
cltimt should be worked tt economic* ly
tt any mine in the Northwest. Mr. Col-
is has interested New York capitalist! in
lis property and these will inspect the
claims next spring.
Mr. Collis foreteet great changet in
Nicola and the Similkameen. He feelt
.ore that the C. P. R. will push the
Nicola road right through into the Similkameen, thus insuring to tnit rich mineral
and farming country two competitive lines
<f railway, and consequently fair trans
itortation rates. Both th* Nicola and the
Similkameen districts have been, as it
��ere, marking time for yeart, while
awaiting the coming of the Iron hone and
now they are preparing to come into their
own. The coal measures of Nicolt held
hy Vancouver people tre being protpected
and will be opened up to supply the big
market for coke offered in these two dist
nets. Indeed Nicola coke may yet supplant the Crowt Nest article in the big
boundary smelters for the Nicola cotl
fields tre 100 miles netrer th* Boundary
than Fernie.
Of recent mining development!, Mr.
Collis mentions the report that Mr. Turn-
hull, of the Trail smelter, htt bonded the
Transvaal group on the Ten Mile creek
belt and has ten men tt work thereon.
There is a wonderful showing on thit property. At Quilchena, the Diamond Vale
Drill Company has been at work all turn-
mer on promising coal measures, tnd tt
Princeton, The B. C. Copper Comptny
hat beeu prospecting with t drill on the
Sunset group with, it it stid. excellent
results.
Mr. Collis is ooufident that thit part
of Britith Columbia it entering t period
of much prosperity tnd development.
The A O. F.
At the lest meeting of Court Nicola, A.
O. F., Rev. George Maton was the repre
tentative appointed to the high court,
which meeti at Victorit, Ootober 23rd.
At this meeting representative* ��re expected from ill parts of the province.
The meeting will cover two or three dty*
and on the evening of the 24th intt., t
banquet will be tendered tbe visiting
brethren. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Published Every Tnured-jr
Subscription, ln Advance. 12 a Year
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NlCOIa. R C. Octobik K, ISO-.
This incident, related by the
Kansas City Star, has its moral
A man in South Haven, Kas.
had a grievance against an editor, and consulted a lawyer to
rind out the best way to "break
up the paper." The lawyei
told him the surest way would
be to buy the paper and run ii
himself a few months.
Notice is given that all crown
lands along the located lines ol
any railway, power or tramway
company, incorporated under
the authority of the legislature
and having a width of 50 feet
on each side of said lines, are
reserved for right of way pur
poses for such railway power
or tramway company
The importance to Canada
of the mining industry of British Columbia can be appreciated when one contemplates
what its mineral production
amounts to in comparison with
the mineral production of all
other parts of Canada combined. The following is for the
year ending December 31st,
1904; Total production ot
Canada, exclusive of gold of
the Yukon, $31,721,707, British Columbia produced $18 37-
7,359, leaving $13,244,348 as
the combined production of all
other provinces.
Notice.
BRUSHES
for the
HAIR
1 Notice is hereby given that OOdays after date
I Intend to apnly to lhe Hon. the Chief Com-
1 missionerof Lands and Works for permission
) I to purchase the following described land situated one mile and one half N of th* Lower Nicola
j post office.
Commencing at a pott marked C.F. thence W
forty chaina ihenee South fort; chains, thence
I East forty chains, thenoe North to point of
commencement  and  containing forty   acres
in re or lets.
Datod at Lower Nioola this 21st day of September. 1106.
C. FUCK.
ruthet w
"live" j|
lwnod )
We htve many different styles
of htir brushes���well made hruthes
withtolid hack* and long
bristle* cliuehtd in. Natural
otllnloid or tilver mounted htckt
tnd handles. We will take pit ai
ure in ahowing them to you.
From 50c to $5.00 each
SUNBURN
Relieving
COLD CREAM
Is most Cooling
Quickly relieve! sunburn, wind-
burn, chafing, prickly heat, nettle
rath and all other summer skin
Irritations. Cooling��� *nnthing���
healing, perfectly pure. Delicately
perfumed. A delightful toilet tt
necessity J
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MALLERY DRUG GO |
LI-ITIP V
KAMLOOPS, :   B. O.      w
J
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that within sixty days |
(from date 1 intend making application to the
Hon. Commissioner of Lands and Works for j
permission o purchase 320 acres of pasture land I
in the Kamloops Hivi-um of Yale lii-tne t, I
situated as follows: 0*__M���__g at a stake at
IbeM W corner of lhe land;  running thence
Kast 80 chains, thenoe North 40 rhalns, thence
West so chain*, thence South to chains, u> the
point of commencement,
Geo. Bent
September, 22, I9W>.
FOR SALE.
1 American Bain wagon 3|.
1 American Bain tricks 3J (new).
5 set heavy work harness.
1 Buegy harness snd Buggy.
1 Osng Plough.
1 Pair Bob sleds.
For particulars apply to
R. H. Winny.
Notice.
Subject to the D minimi Homestead
Ret/u'sMeens.
dtys from date hereof I Intend to take
pn>sessIot< nf the following
Because of reckless shooting in a number of coast districts which has resulted in numerous accidents to hunters, a
number favor the imposition of
a gun licence. It is claimed
such would result in a reduction of impossible ''hunters" who
go out at the beginning of each
season besides preventing mere
boys m;iking a nuisance of
themselves by carrying firearms, often as large and heavy
as themselves. The revenue
derived from the issuance of
licences it is estimated, would
enable the auth irities to ap
point more wardens and in
every way to improve the sys
tern for the protection of game
during the close season I his
matter will come up at the next
meeting of the Fish and G ime
Club at Victoria, and should it
meet with favor will be em
bodied in a memorial to the
governmental next sitting of
the legislature.
Thirty t_.
lie nf the following described lands.
From Win MuTae's N w post, sl'oated a'
Ihe ooini nf junction nf Petit creek and Nicola
rlier, thence S�� 80 rhalns rno'e "r le es, to 8. W.
corner of Indian reserve thenc ��� 40 chains more
nr lets to post on bank of Petit creek, thence
follow bank of Petit creek N to point nf com
" enoement Containing In a'l. H'eO acres more
or lest.
(Signed) Sept., 25th 1P09.
I'. F. FUCK.
Notice.
Notice Is hereby given that within sixty days
from date 1 intend making application to the
Hon. Commissioner of lands and works for per
mission to purchase Mn acres of pasture land in
the Kamlooi s Division of Yale District, situated
as follows: Commencing at a stake at the N. W,
corner of Indian Reserve on Quilchena i reel-
running thence South 80 chains, thrnre West
KOohalns, thence N'tcrth 80 chains, thence Ka-t
80 chains to lhe point of commencement.
T. H. JONES.
September, 30th, IIMS.
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that within 00 days
from date 1 intend making application to t lie
Hon. Coin in i�� inner .of liU��� -t and Works for
permis-lon to purchase 300 acres more or less of
mountain pasture land in the Kamloops Division of Yale District, situated a�� follows, commencing at a hi ake 10 cbulns W, of tbe N. E.
cnrnerofsec.il) I'. 100: running thence K, 60
i hum-, ihence N. 10 chains, thence E. 40 chain-.
thence N. 45 chains more or less to stump 1���ke
thence H W. along the K bank of Stump Lake
10,1 chains to the point of oommecement, containing 300 acres more or less. AW, oommene.
ing ��l "I t corner of L 990 U. 1. th. nee North
15.75 chain-, thence Kant 40 chaln'.th-nce Soul h
15 chains to the N. bank of Stump Lake, thence
West along Slump Lake 40 chains to the point
of commencement, containing 60 acres more
or iesd.
J. A. PALMER.
September, 30th, 1905,	
Notice.
Subscribe f"r the Herald, |2 per year
NOTICE.
Thirty days after dale 1 Intend to apnly In
the chief Commissioner nf land* and wnrks for
a licence tn prospect for coal on the following
eli see ibed lands. Commencing at a postmarked
'. ��. Argust 8. W. corner, being at t^e S. K.
corner of A S. Jacol a claim the>cce Nor h
SO ih tins thence K'w so, limns, thenoe soulh s
chains thence West 8U chains 10 point nf coin
menremenL
H. ��. Argust, Locator.
Coutlee, B. O. Oct. 1 1905.
Commencing at a nc.-i marked A.S.Jacobs
being at. the N.U corner of it la Harrows *n���I
laim thence running North 80chains, theme
���i est 80 chains, thence Sou h 80 chains, tnenci
'..���si SO cltains, to poin   etc in ��� ��� in ement.
A s. J I'tltH, locator.
B. T. Argust, Agent
coutlee, Oct. 41904.
< infill mi/ at a posi < arked. K k Dar.
row S. K, Oorner. beinir a i le \ K corner nf H
H. Tni" bull claim, theme running Nnnti Ml
chains, thence " e-'80"'"iin. t ence r-outhSO
chains, thence Kast 80 Chain io point nf com
iietii.t.emtnt.
jwl.Dn    tnvv. Locator.
B. �� Arnits , Agent.
(I.inilee. H C Oct. 3 lttli.
Commencing at a post mat ked M. Harrow V
���y, cornc, being at theS ". ��� rnerof Mr*. H.
I'm nhuH'-c al claim, theme running south
80 chains, Ihence Kast 80 chain . thence Nort.li
so rhains. Ihence West M) chains to point nf
���' iinminivnient.
M. HAliKO.V. Locator.
B. ��. Argust, Ageni.
On'lee, R P, Oct, | MPJ
j    Commencing at a post, marked W. K. Stewart
I tt, W.coiii>r. being at lhe S. K rimer of H. ��.
\rgiist coal claim  thence running .-to e hains
tiience Ii'asc 80 eh .Ins, Ihence-., uih Olchains to
'h' N. K, corner of Indian reserve near t' 'iillee
ii. c, thence Wt t tl chain-, Ihence ���louth ID
'kr���N Weal GO chains lo point o' commence
in< nt.
W. It, Stewart, l-cator.
B. r". Argust, Agt.
c ou lee. B. C not 4 I!ln5.
coiiinc'icing at a post marked 1). II. Truth
���in|i, N' K cecrner, being on tho we��t line of
I d i'es r e near (loinlee,'lien running westlo
!"��� N ��.1 er.f coal location No, 1645 thence
outh 21(1 rhalns thence Kast to Ind Iteserve,
thenc ,\ rili 20 eh.ins thence Slant 10 chains,
it pea Nor hits chains to point of commencement, being ��'l the land between coal claims
��� ii.- 1615. 1617. 1619 and the Indian reserve,
enlisting nf hIioii: mn ai res.
II II. TtiCVIBULU Locator.
H. ��. Argust, Agonl.
Coutlee, H.C.Oct.3 MO,,.
Commencing si a Ht-i marked Mrs. B. Truin
null 8 W cor mrli-iiig the N. W. corner cf M.
1 arrowc al location, thence North 80 chains,
the < '�� , corner if S. A. Cobb's coal locallon
thence Kast KJ rinin*thence South SOchains
hence Hest NO ci'alns, lo point, of beginning.
Mrs B TKUMHULL, Locator.
B- ��, Argust, Agt.
' 'outlee, R. '��� O t 4 If'"
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Copper Standard and Amelia Mineral Claims,
situate In the Similkameen Mining Division
of Yale District.   Where located: ln Aspen
Grove Camp.
Take notice that I, F. W. Groves, acting as
agent f f Isaac Kast wood, Free Miner's certificate No   B87530, J. > . Campbell free miner's
i-mil'ate No.  B���585. John Mclmnald.  free
miner'scerliGctie N<<. B���813,Chares J Chris-
Hen, free miner's certiflcate No B22609, loiilsj.
Ball, free miner's certificate No. icf 509, and
Prioe Kllison,freenlner'scertlfietteNo.H22B31.
intend, sixty days from the d >te here f, lo ap
pjy to thj mln'ng recorder for a certificate of
improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a
crown grants of the above claims.
And fu th'T take notice that action, under
section 37. mutt b commenced hefo e the issu-
anct of such certiflcate of Improvements,
Dated this 18th day of September, 1905.
MINERAL ACT
Certificate of l.nprmements.
NOTICR
METROPOLITAN
MEAT HARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Order* throughout the District receive careful attention tnd promptly delivered
JA9IEN  POOLEY Proprietor
Twice a week delivery to Lower Nicola, Coutlee, way points.
COUTLEE BLACKSMITH SHOP
ANDREW SMITH, Proprietor
All kinds of Blacksmith work and  Horseshoing done in
prompt attention.    Satisfaction guaranteed.
Aberdeen, Plymouth Queen, Manchester, Lon
d n. Copper Helle and King Holnman's
llream Mineral Claims     ��lluat* in  the , ,    , , ���,,
NicoisKamionps Mining Division of Ynie j first class shape.    Leave your work here and it will
District   Claims located near 10 MI'eCrcek. | ~.
North Mcola.
Tske notice that   I,  lohn CI p]iert"n. free
miner's certiflca'e No. B769D3. intend, 60 days
'ro ci the date hereo', to apply to the mining
recorder for a cerlttlrateof imiirovenients. for
the purpose nf obtaining a crown gum of the
above claims.
And further take notice that serin*, under
ectioii 37, 'I ustbe commenced hefme ih" Issuance nf such certificate of Improvement*.
Dated this 15th daj of ^eplemher. 1*15
JOHN l_ tl'i'K TON
receive
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
H >rse Shoeing a specialty
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
__.. O. F.
C1.0URT NICOLA, No.
J  second and fourth Friday in each month
at 8 p.m., In Pnoley's Hall
cordially invited.
��ni. A.O. F��� meets
ay in etch month
visiting brethren
Ric. A. Kiukrk, C. II.
A H Carmnuton. Sec.
The Deering
THE ONL\   MOWER
TO BUY 15
It has the lagest sale of any Mower in the market and is without doubt the
finest made.  Deering Binders are the best.
. 19U5
Sixty days after date I Intend to apple to tne omn.cricing at a poel marked 8. K, Cobb,
chief commissioner nf lauds and works for per helnga ttieN. K. corner, of Indian lteservo
mission to piirchase6W acies monnialn pa-ture n arCoutlee 'hence running North 60 chains,
land, described as follows: commencing ai po-t | iheone Hias' ROichains, thence South SO chains,
No. I, H _T*>nne'sS. -corner, thenoe N8n ,c|i. noe w est 80 chains nence North 80 ohains
chains, Ihence W 10 chains thence 8 8n ��� halm \ t��� puipt of coinmencment.
tkence E 80 chain-.   The land is situated In | a K. Cobb, Locator.
Otter Valloy and adjolnaK. Dodd's ine c ptli
l-t-OculW M.K,tHYNNK
inn.
��� outlee, B.C. OoU 4 1906,
B. r. Argust, Agt.
Deering Hay Sweepers you can't do with/ ut.  Deering Stackers can't be
beat. Deering Hay Rakes last the longest.   Write or call and see
W. HARGRAVES
Kamloops, B. C. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
EFFICACY OP PRAYER.
Dowl*'* Alleged  Stroke of Faralysl*
Has Been Cured.
I
John Alexander Dome is a ehimng ex j
ample of his nan theory aw the efficacy e.f
prayer, according to a despatch  from  Eh
I'aao, read at the tabernacle in /ion City
last weuV.   The mesaa^ lead- in psrf;
"Let me give thanka in the presence nf
all for a wonderful persoual deliverance, j
Smitten d wn last Lord's il��y night nth
what seemed to be the hand uf death, we
have come out of the valley nf the shadow
of death and seem stronger for the trial'
through which we hive passed. Minn
has triumphed over matter and spiri has
triumphed over mind, and we reiliz* to
day thst the spirit of (!od is omnipotatit
Considering the fact tha' liowie ��*���
completely paralyzed on in e sari* as a re
suit of overwork, tbe news todsy made a
wonderful impression on the people o'
Zion City. There was singing of Te
Dnems and great rejoicing at the service,
where 4000 persons had gathered to hear
the words from their overseer With re
newed ardor they contrihnted of their
goods to the Mexican plantation scheme
C. P. R. Service.
It is officially reported that the double
dsily service on the C. P. It. -as far as
Calgary at least- will be continued till
the end of the year. The Princess Vic I
toria will be taken off her triangular ruu
on the 1.5th of the month, and will then
be on the run between Vancouver ano
Victoria. The Princess Beatrice will take
the sound run. The Princess Victoria
will then leave Victoria at 1 a m. ami
Vancouver at 1.15 p. m.
A cutiu lhe tune between Vancouver
and Nelson from 3U hours to il will g.,
into effect ou the tirst of November.
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital all paid up, $14,000,000 Rest, $10,000,000
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $373,988
Total Asset- ...       - $135,124,452.74
PRt?BIDENT, Rt Hon. Lord Strathcon*. and Mount Royal, G.C. M. Q.
VICE-PRESIDENT. Sir Geo. A. Drummond. K. C M O.
ffENERAL MANAGER - -��� 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. VV. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
Should Improve Pepper.
A bulletin issued hy the Inland  It��ve.
nue Department shows that of  twenty [
four British Columbia samples of ground ]
pepper analyzed,nine were found genuine
"We'll not get. Home Rhule for Onld j
Oirhnd," said an Irishman, "till  France
and  Russia  and   Germany   and  mayrti
Austria, give these tilackgua,",�� of English a good hiding,"
Then after a moments reflection he !
added: "And the whole lot a" 'em shoved i
to gether couldn't do it! Oh, it* lhe j
grand navy we've got.
BLAIR & CO.
-DIALERS IS-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. 0.
DRY GOODS, GPOCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Resident Agents in N'.oola, ior the
ROYAL, Rfld LONDON & LANOA'HIF.B  ^IRE INSURANCE  CO.S
It ia asserted lay some  physicians tha'
the old fashioned nightcap is a cure for i
inBomonia, but tliey fail to say whether it
must be of dry goods or  wet-goods sort.
Business Local*.
Smoke Interior or La Morena Cigars.
Summer apples, 2 cents a pound at R.
H. Winny s.
When ynu want a good smoke ask for
tho Interior or La Morena Cigar, manufactured   by the  Inland   Cigar Factory, I
Kamloops,
Views of Cariboo, Ysle, Nicola and
Similkameen districts at Carringtim's
store or A. Murchie, photographer,
Princeton.
NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given that any person
hshmg or hunting on the property of A.
E. Howse, without a permit, except
guests of the Driard Hotel, will he prose
cuted. A. K. Hiiwsk.
Nicola, Sept. 21st, 1N_
RESERVE.
Riuht ok Wat ron Railways, Etc.
Not !��� e is hereby given that all crown Lands
along the located HncH of anj railway, power nr
tramway company, incorporated under the
authority of the tagislat nro ot this Province,
and having a width of Hfty 1.10) feoton each side
of said lines, are reserved for right of way pur
purposes of such railway, power or tramway
company.
W. S. GORE,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works
Ltnds and Works Department,
Victoria, B. 0��� Oct, 3rd, 1.10...
LOWER NICOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL ���
Is prepared 10 take Cor'ractfi for
sawing lumber lad (.etcing out
timl>.-
I.< m rill   11 I i iin.riK Is l.w. nlcll
���PRICKS MOD-RAW
l'srties Ui.nng   vork can  have same
promptly st,t i ,led to by applying to
F. D. WOODWARD,
Lower Nicola, B. C.
Nt (TICK.
Thirty days aftei lal 1 iiiictid to apply to the
chief conn iNsi 'lei'i i,f titnd^ and works for a li '-
nn��e to prospect for coal on the folio King il Is
rrlhcdland, Marling frenn a post 40 chains- st
i'f I tie t4. K- ooriipc of John Cornell's prce11
tion. tlirn a N. "'I rhain>, tlvnra K Nucha���'
thtnee 8 80 chtla ,.lnn awl ohains to place
of beginning. VV. A. Cl.KLANI),
Iavator.
1!) B. Fallows, Agent.
Septenibe-I    '.*���<.     	
NOTICK.
Thirty days tt'ier date I intend In apply to
tho i-hief C'lnnioaione'r of lands ann ���vorl's for
a licfiieetc lo primped for coal nn the) following
dtscrlbed land martlng from i. post, in chains
Wei nf illI��� '���' corn'' uf John <'orbiiti's prc-
etnpiion, thenoe   N  Si   chains, thence VV 80
chains, i hi  re   SU chaius, thane* K 8o chaii s
to place of oci'.i'ining.        H. K. SARUKNT,
Loci 'cr.
By B. Fallow,,
September SI    MS, Ageot.
NOTICE,
Thirty days alter dalo I intend to apply to
thei chief con missloner of lands and works for a
license to prospect for coal on the following
described land, starting from a p,��( at tho N
W corner of VV. A. Cle and's coal claim, thonoe
N 80 chains, thence K : chalnt, thence S so
chains, theme W 80 chains to point of beginning. W. B. JACKSON,
Locator
Sept. -, lt'li. By B. Fallows, Agent.
STGwART'S
NIOOLA AND PRINCETON
111 UK
nlso General Llvory
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
S 1'AOES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every Thursday lur Nicola Lake, Kamloops,
Princeton and way point* it 6 a. m.
Every S-turd-y U>r NicoL and way pints at 6 a.m.
..cave  Kamloops
Every Monday for Nicola and Spences Bridge
at i) a. m.
Leave Princeton
bvery  Sunday  6 a. m��� arriving Spences
bridge 1 ut'sday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
tvery Tuesday and Friday for   Spences
���Bridge at 6 a. m.
��� Every Friday for Princeton at 6 a. m.
p>rial trips made hy appointment.
Telephone connectiou with Kamloops
M. P. NTEWART.    -    -    Proprietor
R. M. WOODWARD
Is still doing business at the Old Stand. A
good stock of Lumber constantly on hand.
OrJers promptly filled.
Lower Nicola       -     -     -     B. C
Rosedale fl()tlse< LoWCP Nicola
GENERAL STORE, POST OFFICE, EXPRESS
AND TELEPHONE OFFICE.
S. J. WOODWARD
NICOLA STAGE
E. J. Martell.
THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR
SMOKING GOODS IS AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
CAH-OOt.
Knll stock tit limncs'ic anil Ini(tort(cd Cigars.
(I���It���( best Miloktag tobiMaoalways on hand.
Drop in ami enjoy a quiet *������*_��� of Hilli .rdn.
Agent for lhe PtoneerSteam Laundry, Yancou-
i ver.   Laundry ship ed every Sal unlay.
LEAVES SPENCE'S BRIDGE
Every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, 7 a.ra.
RETURNING FROM NICOLA
Every WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY, 7 a.m.
HOTEL,*
rjOMINION HOTKL, lhe best house in town
*J Headquarters for thti Nicola, Lawli creek
and Granite creek slaves. Kvery convenience
fur travelers aud cominornlul men. Excellent
iiittle and well stocked bar. ('. J. Robinson \
I'o., iini',.dolors, K imlooiis
MONTREAL HOTKL, Kamloops, Napoleon
LHtrenumillo. proprietor. Mrst class in
evciv particular, timid wines, Liquors and
Oaftt-I   ���������inn 'n connection.
NOTICE.
Thirty days after dale I Intend to apply to
the chief oomnii si'iner of lands and works for
a license ro prosiie fur coal on lb" followimt
described land, ben olnf at tlte!} VY corner of
W. A. Cleland's cot claim 'iience N SO chains.
thence W 8(1 chai n , lb nice S 80 chains, thence
K 80 chains to pla a of In-triniiiii-.
J. J. CHAMBItKAU,
ItOcator.
Beit, ffl, 1905. By B. Fallows. Agent.
KIHLOOP8 HOUIt, P, Herod, Proprietor,
Real stock ��� wines, litputrs and cigars iu
th* line, ot lust the spot fora nice cool re
freahlng gla.�� o( beer.    When in Kamloops
call in. I
GRAND PAOlTiC HOTKL Kac.iloops.   The ;
MM���   !  ii1'to lite, c-iiilwac -laiion.    'I lie-
only  covocic   Qi   hotel   ,or   travelers.      (lotsl
IOOins, good tiiiilt-. K' od liquors.    'I wo b���fa
sample rooms    I   A. Harnbari, proprietor.
Good stalilin| in connection.
ABHCROIT llti'l'Kle. The most convi nient
hotel f,ir visitors in Ashcroft. The bent of
.ililc board. Hot mm cold lint lis. Our rccrc
scntative meoc.sail trains. Johnson & I'erkina,
'troprietnra, 	
GRAND CENTRA- HOTKL, Ashcroft. Kv
erythicK "p lo-date, the bouse has lately
beer renloddlad and Is now under new inan-
ugenen'. The bar Is supplied with i hoiceat
brai ds of \ I us. liquors and i igars. VV hen in
Ashiii'' stop it the Grand Central. George
Want, ,i >p- ictor.
Otter Flat Hotel
Charles Debarro, Proprietor.
Tl'LAMEEN -J1TY, - - - ��� B. C.
Tleailquar eis for Summit, Uabbitt
mountain, "u1 'meen river, Boulder, Bear
and Kelly '.eek camps. Good Fishing
and Boatieie,.
P. 0. A-dreis:   Aipen Grove.
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker,Jeweler
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
All kinds of  Watches, Clocks, .Jewelry,
etc., kept in stock.    Wedding presents a specialty.
First class repairs done on short notice
and rt'uri oil at once
r bi Hi
[Jpequalled as a
5_EQEocr Resort
Good l;ishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
QUILCHENA, B. C.
Map at 11"'
ROCKFORD HOUSE
Rout. Shitt, Proprietor
When   traveling   on   the Nicola road.
Convenient place lor travelers, with good
uTicniniiiilation.
If yon Xccd Anytl?in._
ii| the
CARPENTER
Line, send ye ur ��ork lo the undersigned.
All   order*   finished   in a workmanship
manner.   Cabinet work a specialty.
,1. R. >iiHJRE(iOR,
Lower Nicola, B. C.
HORACE F. EVANS
I'.vplorer nml ��.<olo^isi
Of the College of Liberal Art
Having made a careful iMiniinutiuii of tin
Thompson, Bonaparte and Nicola divisions of
Yale district, British Columbia, is prepared to
furnish investors and Intending investors with
reliable reports nn the occurreuc*��� metallifer
oua ores. al��o coals, lignite ioal and lignite
williin the district Indicated.
Having made a tan fill cAaniinalionof tbe
Qoldwattr coal beds of tbe Mcola Valley and
Hat creek count i), very dependable reports on
the character of the** coal,, and lignites will be
furs���bed to investors and others. These ex
aniinationsliavc cUonded over many years and
the value as We as extent of the coal measures
���^i,��ular address, Ashroft, B.C.
_ R eg ����� "Cai'on.' Ashroft.i THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NEWS
Geo. Surehey of The Fork* wu in
Nicol* on Tuesday.
A. 8t*��enaon, government ro��d super
tendent tu in Nicol* yeaterday on bnii-
neas
Jo*. R. A. Richards of Contl**, ��nd C.l
Newbury of Victoria were in  Nicola on
Monday	
A. E. How** left f.ir the coast on Tuesday'* stage, to be absent a few d��y* on
______
R. J. Pengelley and Fred A. Howse,
spent a few days in the mountains on a
bunting trip after deer.
HARDWARE
shelf goods
mining supplies
lumber supplies
Mclaughlin's
carriages
WAGONS
MtCORMICK MOWERS
A full line of the ahove alway* kept
in stock at close price* at
LEEMING'S HARDWARE
KAMLOOPS
James Orr an old-timer snd well known
in thi* section is very ill at the St.
Joseph Hospital in Victoria.
Mr. and Mrt. F W. Jackson, Miss Bui
man, and Mrs. Matthews of Quilchena
were in town on Wednesday
L. Mackay of Ashcroft arrived in Nicola
this week and is employed in N.J. Bar-
wick'* harness and saddle emporium.
C. H. Tingley who is engaged on the
engineering staff of the Nicola Railway
wtt in Nicola for a few days thia weeks.
Service*, Church of England Sunday
22nd Nicola, Morning prayer and Holy
Coraunion 11a. in. Quilchena, Evening
prayer 3 p. m.
John and Walter Clark returned from
Vernon this week where they had heen as
witnesses in the Grinder cattle stealimv
case.
Wm. Small who haa for some time
driven stage for Stewart's stage line,
leaves tomorrow for a trip to Banff and
other points to recuperate.
J. H. Senkler. K. C. and B. L. 8mith
of Vancouver, and John Elliot, of Nelson
left for their homes last Friday morning
after pleasant trip hunting throughou'
the district.
Mra Mickle nf Quilchena waa in Nn: ''a
the first of the week and on her return
was accompanied by Mrs. James Chap
man of The Forks, who is spending t few
days with her old friends.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Barrister, Solicitor snd  Notary PuWi.
Office:   Kast nf the Canadian Bank of Com
raercc. south side of Vie toria street, Kamloops.
Money to loan on real estate security.
HARDIMAN & MARSDEN
Land Mining and Oeneral Supply Agt
Mining ecgineers. Reports on mining prop I
lies through the District, Agen s (ot minin.
contractors, farm machinery, wag"ii��, buggi' ���
etc. Cable address: "Aurum." Codes: Bron
hall, More.ng&Ne al, A. H.Cilh.
VVarehouse-Canfoid. Nicola Valley, B. C.
�� UK IS. Ol I III i I
A R.C.Sc. London.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Kamloops. R C.
Assays and analyses M Ores, Coal and 11
dust Ha' product*.
Samples by mail or stage receive promp
attention.
MRS. TUTILL-MARSHALL
NICOLA LAKE, H. C
Graduate M. 0. H. and W. H., Montreal
Licentiate of the College of Phy
slclans and Surgeons of the Pro
vlnce of Quebec.
A new iron lined warehouse has been
built behind Carnngtxn'e general store >o
accomodate goods belonging tn that firm
It ia guaranteed by the builders tu be
proof against all kinds of the rodent tribe.
A Htrvest Festival was held in St.
John's Church of England last Sunday
afternoon. The church was neatly and
tastefully decorated with Fruits, Vine.,
tnd flowers by the members of the Ladies
Guild.
F. M. Logsn of Ottawa wis in [Nicola
Valley this week and addressed meetit g
of the Farmer's Institute at Lower Nicole
tnd Coutlee on Friday and Saturday. Op
Monday evening he addressed a meeting
In Pooley'��� Hall, Nicolt. Owing to the
meetings not being extensively advertised
the attendance at all the meetings were
not Urge.
Spences Bridge
BARBERSHOP
8ha-lng and Halrcuttlng.- First Clast
Work Guaranteed.
Business transact*d at all hours.  When in
Spences bridge give us a call.
H. KoKLKKNBKCK.
FOR SALE
A Stock Ranch containini.
4740acres,situated near Dong
as Lake, with all necessary implements anil also stock. For
particulars apply to
W. M. LAUDER,
Quilchena, P. 0.
Springbank Ranch. .In y 14'h, P.HJ6.
RILEY HOUSK
NICOLA LAKK. R. C.
Firtt class board and lodging ley tin
day week or mouth. Every atleiitttoi
given lo tho travelling pulmc.
Mh.h. RlLltY, Proprietress.
NOTICK.
Th* public will please take notice that
on tnd after November, 1st all messages
tnd conversations on Government Tele
phone  lines will be tent and received
through Central Office tt Nioolt.   The
publio business heretofore done tt th>
��tore* nf A. R. Ctrrington and A. E
Howie A Co., will be discontinued after
that date.
OHAS. 8. STEVENS,
Superintendent.
NOTICE
To Hunters
Notice is hereby given thi' hun'i'B "l
shooting no the property of ihe Douglas
Like Cattle Company is forbidden Any
'ie-r��nn or person" buo'ing <>r ��h"""iic.'
on the above properly ��ill be prosecuted
under the sections of th- I! one Ac.
J, R. Hkk.hi:>
NOTICK
Official Administrator's Act
In re Estate of
ANTOINE GODEY,
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
Official Administrator
Office.-Commercial Block, east of Post Office.
Kamloops, B. C.
Harness
and   Saddlery
Now ia tne time to buy your Harness and Saddlery. I have in
stock t full line o yoodssuitable
to the trsde. Saitfaction guar
tnteed.   All kindt of
KKI'AIKm.
Han.ess, Roots, Shoes, etc., done
neatlr tnd promptly.
IN. J. BARWICK,
NICOLA LAKE,      ���      ���      B. C.
F. G. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CABBI-.E AUD fill WORK
Horseshoing done in a
first class manner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
All Work Guaranteed
��������� *_____
M BEATTIE
Accountant, Commission, Insurance
and Oeneral Agent.
Main Street            ���      ���     Kamloops
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
3010 Westminster Road
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
K. Cj Urown Stool, ol Frnlt -ml
Oniiiiiiiiitiil Tr��M>>��.
Apple Teres; I and 3-year oWs: MS to $20 nor
110 a cordinnto variety. One-year-olds, i to I
eet.|10to|12perl00.
Kxt<a nice stock of Cherry. Peach, Plum,
���.orient*, ete., now growing lorfall orders. No
soense, Icwsordel.iy of fumiKsiion or lnspee-
ion. Let me pri e your list before plaeinn you
t tier   CatnloK free.
Ureenhouse Plants, Floral Work, Ree Sup-
nlies, fruit Packages. Fertilisers, ejtjj
nun Westminster Koad,      VavcciI'VUK, H 0
I WATCH REPAIRING
All kinds of  Watch, Clock
and ,le��elry repairs done in
first class order and satisfaction Buaranteed.    All work
entrusted to our c��re will be
completed and returned with-
nt delay
*T, IH. a/AnPBELL aV CO.,
0, P. 11. Time Inspectors. Kamloops
ill Opening
We are headquarters for
School Books
Scribblers,
Exercise Books
andsuppliesof every description
Give us a trial
SMITH BROS
BOOltSTOHE
K uiilcii'i s and Vernon
JAMES SMITH
TKNMCRS will be received by the under
signed for the purehssc of the Cattle, Horst i
and other personal property, and the real es
teite of the Inn Anuiino Gcsley.  Terms cash.
Partirnlais thereof may be obtained from
Peter Mareuart, Nicola, B, c.
ALRC D. MACINTYRK,
Ot-toal Administrator, Conn y ot Yale,
Kamloops. B. C.
GENERAL
BL
LOWER NICOLA, B. C.
All kinds of repair work done io a
���eat and satisfactory manner and in short
lotice.
Horseshoeing
"THE PEOPLES STORE."
ARRIVING EVERY WEEK
PRESH GROCERIES
Our Leaders in Teas are Marigold,
Nabob and Salada���all Favorites
LAKE OF WOODS FLOUR
We have constantly on hand
Hardware, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Miners' Supplies, etc.
At Right Prices
To arrive shortly���A Car Lot of Groceies,
Provisions. Coal Oil &c. for fall and winter.
UR.
L
General Agent Excelsior Life Insurance Co,
Notary Public.
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
" ir PAYS TO DEAL WITH US."
NEW SPRING GOODS
ARRIVING DAILY--���
We are in a position to show you one of the best assorted stocks ever placed in Nicola. We have secured
the newest and most fashionable goods, so you can depend on anything you see here as just right for style,
quality and value.
We lead and will convince you so that you will
leave us and be well satisfied with our goods.
New Dress Goods
New Skirts
New Silk Waists
New Shoes
All of the Best and Prices to suit the pockets.
See and be Convinced.
Lumber, Flour and 'Feed always on Hand.
. G. L1
GENERAL MERCHANT
Lower Nicola,        -        -        B. C.
GOUTLKb*. HOTKL
COUTLEE. B. C.
Jos. Ricnards,      -      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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