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THE NIGOLA
OCT 161905    __
Vol. I.  No. 22.
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1?, 1905.
$2,
a ggBBjAfcS
ON
DUNSMUIRS OPTION
ON  NIOOLA   OOAL   WILL  NOT  BE
TAKEN OP.
June*  Dunsmuir   and   HI*   Expert*
Spend* About Half an Hour on
2800 Acre* of Land and "Examined Carefully."
"I am better pleaied than ever with tht-
Vancouver Island property" aaid Mr.
Jama* Duntmuir on hia return from the
Nicola district, to a coi3t naper. Mr.
Dunamuir Home time ago it will be remembered, secured an option on several
thousand acres of coal lands in the vicinity of Nicola lake. After the meaaure*
bad been carefully examined by his ex
pert*, Mr. Dunsmuir went into the dis
trict and made investigations himself.
The result ia that the option will not be
taken up. Mr. Dunsmuir it not well nat
iafied with the outlook in that district, to
undertake the development of the meaa
ares as * commercial proposition.
The above has been going the rounds of
the press in reference to James DunmuirV
r*c*nt visit to the Nicula coal fields. For
the benefit of the public The Nicola Herald will give a few facts in connection
with the visit Mr. Dunsmuir mac'e to
thit section.
A party compoaed of, James Dummuir,
K. D. Little aid VV. J, Sutton arrived at
Coutlee on Thursday Sept. 28th, and
about one oclock the same day drove tu
Coldwater where the coal thowingi are,
returning to Coutlee by foot, and arriving
there at four o'clock, being absent three
hours and going a distance of aeveral miles
alto "examining carefully" (?) the c >al
thowingi on about 2,800 acres of land.
About nine o'olock next morning a spe
cial stage was in readiness to take them
to look over the coal lands again, which
Mr. Dimsmuir^had under bond. They
started out ami did not even get out to
look at coal showings but drove along the
road over the land in question to Nicola,
stopping at Nicola for lunch and on to
Quilchena where they remained over
night, proceeding to Kamloops the follow
ing day. While at Quilchena Ihe party
climbed �� few hundred feet up the hillside
and tat down, the balance of the time the
"Coal King" spent along the lake shore
with hit gun.
On the trip in from Spencet Bridge Mr
Dummuir complained about the dan
gerous roads he had to go over and nar
rowly eacaped nervous prostration. Oo
leaving Coutlee he objected to going over
the ooal lands at all but wanted to take
the main road, and asked to go by the
the shortest road out of   the country
Neither Mr. Dunamuir nor Mr. Little,
hia expert, "carefully examined" the coal
land, and how they can state that the coal
it poor quality and of small quantity is
beyond any man who endeavors nut to
claim relationship to Ananias.
Mr. Dunamuir himself it no authority
on ooal, bit experience being only the
financial part, aud as to Mr. Little we
learn that he hat spent most of his time
and gained his experience in Mr. Dummuir s coal mine near Nanitmo and he
having probably never seen coal landa in
an unworked state, therefore he is not
in * position to give an opinion on the
Nioola coal lands, even if he had "care
fully examined?" the coal landa instead of
driving over the road alongaide the land.
Mr. Sutton it * geologist of tome note,
and no doubt knows a thing or two and it
it not likely that |he would induce any
party to bond the land in quettion if he
had not an idea that the property wat
good. In th* report going round th*
country it is noticed that bit name duet
not appear u saying anything against the
pnipertiei. Ht was the only mm in the
party who knew anything about the condition of the country tnd who had investigated it, and besides the only man in
the party capable of giving an opinion.
It ia quite evident Mr. Dunsmuir ht*
tome deep laid tcheme on hand. For
some time he haa had trouble with his
employees on the island. The strike wa*
���micably settled last week. Probably he
'ill now resume work on hia minet there
md doet not feel like opening up new
fields. Then again he thinks l>y throwing c tld water on the propotition by fail
cog to take up the bond thai he may in
luce the owners to come down in their
price, and alto endeavor to discourage
partiet who have t bond on adjoining
���reeper'y to fail to pay up; then Mr.
Dunsmuir could step in and with hi'
ciictney buy up the whole propositioi.
cheap. It ia known that Mr. Dunamun
>r hit men made a propotition to tht
"fate of (larachee Green asking them to
give them first chance if tha bond holder
f.d to pay up the end nf i. it mop'!. W��i
he Garachee Green hoi.dlinlit. r�� are in a
position to pay up and hold their proper!)
��� hich abuts Mr. Dunsmuir out of that.
When the option on the land wat taket
up by Mr, Dunsmuir'a agents, the owner
of the land put a proviso in the bond tha'
work waa to be prosecuted during the life
���if the bond, which would prevent th
mines from being held or shut down to a>
to benefit the Dunsnuir'a holdings at th.
coaat. Betides, Mr. Dunsmuir has beei
used to a coal mine in full tilast and doe
not know what it I* to speculate and prospect on new land, and from his intervie��
it teems at if the proposition was toe
small for him.
In a few years time Mr. Dunsmuir wtl1
realize that the Nicola Valley is not "ma
cessable" and that the smelters and commercial industries of the interior will bt
supplied from thit tection.
Tho report of Mr. Dunsmuir can dt
Nicola coal lands no harm whatever, *hei
the truth is known of hit hurried tripano
vague investigations it is quite evident
that any one can easily judge that he had
aome motive in his utterances.
Public Cemetery.
At a meeting convened for the purpose
of electing trustees to act in the mattei
of obtaining ground for a public cemetery,
held Tuesday afternoon in the court house
Rev. Geo. Mason was elected chairman,
and Geo. R. Philp, secretray. The pur
pose of .the meeting was explained by
the chairman; to elect trusteea so that in
the event of any negotiations towards
procuring land they would be in a posi
tion to act with some authority, and to
accept conveyance if necessary.
Messrs. Wm. Riley, J. D. Gillie and
Geo. Murray were elected trustees.
It was resolved that the trustees when
prepared to report would convene a meeting at which euoh further action as might
be deemed necessary would he takon.
Formers Institute.
The fall meeting of the Lillooet Farm-
em Institute will be held at Coutlee on
Saturday, October 15th, tt 3'30 p. m
F. M. Logan of Ottawa, will address the
meeting on tha following subjects: Conservation of toil moisture; Dairying in
relation to agriculture; Cultivation of the
soil; Feeding tnd management of dairy
herd.
Ol* Oleson Acquitted.
At the Clinton aasize held Ittt Thursday, Ole Oleaon, charged with the murder of George Hopcroft on September 8,
at Spenoe* Bridge, was acquitted. The
evidence of hia wife, an Indian boy aud
himself, showed extreme provocation.
Mr. Justice Morrison charged strongly n
the prisoner's favor, and the jury was
out only tbout ten minutes.
ATHLETIC ASSOC'N,       LO0A__LOTM-        ! ASPEN GROVE CAMP
Dr. Tutill returned Saturdty from t
-T'
itrip to the coast.
GENERAL MEETING IS HELD AND      j,,,),,, B���le held a session of the county
OFFICERS ELECTED. court ill Nic ���!* on Monday morning.
Wm. Voght and Geo. C. Bent left the
first ,,f lhe week  for a  vitit at   Douglas
Ut-     _________
Mrs. Whntaker of Victoria it vititing
��nh her ��i��'er Mra. J. N. Moore *t the
Beaver ranch.
(ihart Graham nf A.   tt.  Carrington's
.eeii-tai store, is at Kamloopa on t viaii
��ith relative*.
Menihers ot the choir will meet for
iiacciee ,t St John's, Church of England,
Sinirdav iccfciinej 7 HI p. m.
.1. T. K'l��ard��, connected with tht
fisheries lltpartnien' has spent the pas'
�� ��k along the N enla river
(i. W Brash of Kt.wclen, Alfa., arrived
n Nicola Monday eiening and is visitinv
��ith the Rev. \V. (I.evier at the Forks.
Tt is reported that arrangements wil!
hnrtly he made for the Princeton stage
o lea- e fr"in Couilee inatead of Nicola.
Church of England service will he held
n Sunday 1.5th. Coutlee, morningpravei
II a.m.;  Nicola, Harvest Feallval 3 p.m.
Mrs. Gillie left last, week for the Ole
''ountry. She was accompanied as far a>
Kamloops hy her son-in law VV,   Monroe.
The telephone men are af work puttinu
li poles for the Nicola exchange office.
vhich will he in charge of Mrs.   Munroe
Paper Chase to be Held Shortly and
Sport* of All Kind* to be Taken
Dp ln Their Proper Season.
Meeting on Oct. 171b.
The adjourneii meeting of
the Nicola Athletic ^ssucia
tion was held in the icula
Herald building on I'riday
evening when a numl.rr of
voung men were in attendance
*fir-r the preliminary business was transacted and a general discussion on the different
sports, the election of officers
was held with the following re
���.ult:
Honor.iry President: J. B.
Greaves Douglas Lake.
President:    K. H. Winny.
Vice - President: A. W.
Strickland.
Secretary-Treasurer; Kev.
W. Govier.
Committee: Rev. G. Mason,
F. W. Ziegler, G. A. Lafferty,
Ric. A. Fraser, VV. G. Murray,
dnd James Pooley.
About forty active members
ire on the list at present and
many more have signified their
intion of becoming members.
There is also an honorary list
of members among the older
residents of tlie valley.
The committee are to meet
and draw up rules and by-laws
to govern the association and
will submit same at a meeting
to be held on Tuesday evening
October 17th, when a fuil attendance is requested.
Arrangements are also being
made by the committee to have
a public paper chase in the
c )urse of a week when as many
as possible are invited to bring
horses and join in the chase.
Later on a coyote hunt will be
held.    Besides this sport toot
ball will also    be   taken   lip  at      C. Cooper while at the top of �� tel*-
an  earlv date. I ���J"UIUI P0'8 "n Monday morning, the pule
_. .    . gave way  with the result that  Cooper
!" ���""���""",    MlM < came down rather suddenly, he ...taken
to the hotel in a dazed condition and Dr.
Tutill beiug called soon brought him
around again. He is now tt, work
as well aa ever.
WHAT THB JACK-MAC NEWSPAPER
MEN THINK OF IT.
A large specimen of lynx fell aa a vie-
in of Herbert Matthew's ability aat rid-
hot last, Saturday. The capture was
iiade at R. H. Winny's ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Newkirk cam8
lown from the Coldwater Wednesday and
'eft for Kamloops the same day to be ��b
-ent for a short time.
|Mrs. Robt. Scott of Rockford who has
-uffered from paralysis the past week is
no better but ia reating easy. Her many
friends wish her a speedy recovery.
J.s. D. Oillte returned frem Kamloops
this week after a several days trip. He
was accompanied by ft. L. Buckley who
will remain in this district a short time.
Mrs. A. E. Howse returned from a
month's visit at the coast Tuesday even
>ng. She was accompanied by Miss
Allen who will visit with her for tome
time.
Mist M. E. Lauder who hat heen vititing friends in the Valley and  Nicola for
some time left for riaiulnopsnn  Wednee-1
day accompanied hy her lister Mist Annie
Lauder aud MrSherrit.
with a very bright future and
the enthusiasm so far displayed
will no doubt be greatly increased when the sports commence in earnest. During the
coming winter sports of a different nature will be taken up
and all enthusiasts are requested to join and make them a
grand success.
The membership fee has
been placed at $2. Tickets
can be secured from any of the
officers or committee.
Prentice Get* Off.
The grand jury at tb* Clinton assize
last Thursday threw out the caae against
J. D. Preutice former minister of finance
for violently striking a woman at the
Cuche creek house, near Ashcroft, several
weeks ago. Prentice was drunk at the
the time .nd after using improper lau
guaffe beat the woman. He was sent up
for trial by justices of the peace and let
out on 17,500 bail. Prentice _ay abide
by this lesson.
Description of Thi* Interesting Mining
Damp as Told by Practical Mining and Newspaper Men to
The Eastern Pre**.
Aspen Grove is situated about twenty
miles south of Nicola, i. ��., about suty
odes from Spences Bridge, at pretent th*
.ijarest railway point. Princeton lies to
the south about thirty five miles,   Quil-
I ena is about fourteen miles to the east,
and the land of the Diamond Vale Coal
���nd Iron Compauy abut on the north end
<f the camp. Between the coal lands and
'he camp is tbe Quilchena river, with it*
alls. The range of the camp proper extend* about fifteen miles north and south,
��� ml all told seven hundred and eighty
laiius have been staked and recorded on
t. During the la-t fortnight we have
raveled over the entire length of it oa
���i..r��i hack, and visited all the principal
1 speits. and the one mine which haa
���e. n capitalized and operated to a limited
Itellt.
In the camp we have found copper  or*
II a-uieest every form in ahich it occur*,
od in large bodies, with perhapa one ex-
eptctn, that heiieg in white quartz, Of
tee latter, there are ��ne or two small vein*
>ut they are not regarded at important.
I'he principal rork formations are diorite,
tine, diabase, or a breccia, amygdaloid,
ahich occur in large dykes or lakes about
���celce miles in length and two and a half
u breadth.   There is a great advantage,
in having lime in a copper camp, as it is .
ecestity for it flux in smelting operation*.
The typography of the country is rolling
"lis intersected with numerous draws or
���sullies, aa they are called in the East.
Many of the prospects have been opened
en the face of steep bluffs overlooking
���amies. Such claims have splendid tunnel sites, and in cases where ore bodies
are distributed over the whole face of the
'duffs, and there are several of such instances, mining operations may be of the
simplest character, like those for instance
in the Oranhy mine, where the ore is
simply thot off the face of the cliff and a
steam thovel loadt the cart with the broken rock. This ia the most economical
form of mining there it, aa it can be accomplished with power by -vholeeale.
In the ravines and canyont there are
lakes and streams, affording an abundant
supply cif water to all parti of tho camp.
On the east side of the main divide there
is a string of beautiful lakes extending for
sight or nine miles. Some of the claims
in tho camp extend to the wafer's edge
of these lakes Water in ample quantities
is essily available to every claim on the
range.
The whole camp may be said to be a
huge park. Heavily timbered with pin*,
lir and spruce, interspersed wide savannahs of bunch grass, wild pe. and bean
vines.and luxuriant fodder of all kindt, of
it it one of th* tinett ttock ranges in Brit-
ith Columbia. Horaea and cattle range
here all winter and fatten ou tb* bunch
grasa which curet itself where it growt.
Of the teveu hundred and eighty claims
staked and recorded about fifteen have
heen crown- granted, and about two hundred and fifty more ar* in condition to be
registered at tuch. Two-thirds of these
claims have been prospected and their ore
bodies fairly well defined. With the exception of the one mine opened, the
Portland, little work beyond that required
hy the Mining Act for assessment pur-
potet has been done on the properties, although it is claimed that the amount of
work done in the camp is much more ex
tensive than is usual iu camps at a simi-
(Contlnucd on Third Page.i THE  NICOLA  HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Published Every Thursday
Subscription, ln Advance. (2 a T**r
Nioola, B. C. Octobeh 12.18U&.
WIDTH OF HIGHWAY
During the past week con
siderable discussion has been
going on relative to the placing
of telephone poles on the street
through the town of Nicola,
and also the width ol the street
At one point near the Dalle\
street the Front street furms.
wedge shape the width of the
street being thirty odd feet
while at the other end of the
street at the bank building, the
street widens out to about its
proper width. Front street
is a public highway and therefore should be sixty-six feet
wide at the least. This is a
matter that should have attention at once and the street if not
made its proper width straightened out. The town is grow
ing and will continue to do so
and before building operations
go ahead on this street, it
should be cleared up as to who
is encroaching on the highway.
Parties building at present do
so at their own risk as it is cer
tain that the time is not far
distant when some will have to
move, the law forcing them to
do so. The road superintendent has been notified that the
telephone poles are too far on
the roadway and will obstruct
traffic and also requests him to
have the roadway defined. It
is expected he will be in Nicola
shortly to endeavor to straigh
ten matters out.
Notice.
Not���* is herebv given that OOdays after date
I intend us apnly to the Hon. the Chief Com.
missioned of Lands and Works for permission
Ut purchase the following described land situated one 111 i!c
post utfice.
ed one mile and one hal:
igdesc
fNof
the Lower Nicola
Nicola district is all right
and with the completion of the
railway the vast mineral resources will be opened up,
smelters and other industries
going in full blast supplied by
the coking coal from the Nicola
mines. With all these industries going ahead, the ranchers
and cattle men having good
seasons, the outlook for this
section of the province is very
bright, so it would be advisable
to keep in touch with the rich
Nicola district.
Pinch Eyegl��t��e�� ��re com-
forUble. neat and dressy. When
on, ut ttfely on. They tre
ideal for golfers, riders ��nd
athlete*. Note bow they ��re
handled. No dimming of lenses
with the finger*. They cost no
more than the reguUr kind*.
MALLERY DRUG CO
KAMLOOPS
Notice.
Thirty days after date I Intend to aonly to
thechief Commissioner of land* and works for
a licence tn prospect for coal on the following
described lands. Commencing at a oo��' marked
H. F. Argiist 8. W. corner, being at the H. K.
corner of A H. Jacobs ma'claim theec.fi North
80 chiins thence Kast ws hains. thence soulh 80
chains thence West 80 chains to point of com-
���__���*������_���
R. F. Argust, Locator.
Coutlee, R. C. Oct. 4 1006.
Commencing al a (tost marked A. 9. Jacobs
being ai the Nil corner of It. L Darrows co-
claim Ihence running North 80 chains, thence
Vi est HI chains, thence Sou i h 80 chains, thence
East 80 chains, to poln' of commencement.
AS. JACOBS, locator.
II, K. Argust. Agent
coutlee, Oct. 41904.
Commencing at. a post marked. R le. Ilnr
row s. K. Corner, being at the N K corner nf H
tl 'I'nice hull claim, ihence running North 80
c.hans,'hence vt e-t 80 chains, tnence South80
chains. I heme Kast 80 chains lo point of com-
mencemtnt.
h. U DARKOW, Locator.
B. F Argust, Agent.
Conllee, B. C Oct S 1905.
Commencing at a post marked M. Harrow N.
W, come , being at the 8 VV e rner nf Mra, H.
Tru obu I'sc si claim, thence running south
SO chains, thence kast 80 chain*, thence North
SO chains, thence v\ cm mi i hains to point of
coiiini. nr.mi-til.
M. HARROW, Locator.
It F. Argust, Agem.
Coutlee. R. C. Oct. 41906
Commenting at a posi marked W. It. Stewart
s. W, corner, being ��t the s. K corner of H. F.
Argust eoal claim thi nee runuing80 chains,
licence EtC Hah ins. thence* tuihfiOi hains to
ih>- N. K. corner nl Indian reserve near Coutlee
H. C. thence We k*_ chain , ihence ���'.���uth 20
thence VVestfiOt'halne-io point of commencement.
W, It. Stewart, Locator.
H  K. Argust, Agt.
Coutlee, B. C. Oct 419"5.
Commencing at a part nwked B. H. Trumbull, N I. corner, being on the west line of
I d Hescr.e near Congee, hen running we-l 'n
Ihe N ��. corner t f co.1 location No, 1646 thence
omh 240 chains thence Kast to Ind Reserve.
thenc��� N rth20ch In-theme Sa*   10 cialns.
th neeNor h 120chain- tonointof I'oiiiiiini-t-
ment, being al ihe land between coal claims
\tt.s   1616, 1617. 1610 and n.e Indian reserve,
1 (insist ing of about ittil acre-.
B II. H.UV1BULI. Locaior.
H. F. ��rgust, Agent.
Coutlee, B.C. Oct. 3 MOi
Commencing at a po-i marked Mrs. B, 'I rum
hull 8 W corner b ing the N, W, corner rf M
< arc owe al location, tevil e Norm 80 chains,
to the -I W.ewni-n f 14, A. obh'scoal loc.n n
Ihence Kast 80 chains thence south so chains
ihence West 80 chains, t ��� o in' of beginning.
.VIin. B  I'KUMHU-U Locator.
B- F. Argil-', ��gt
Cnntlee, B.''. O. t 4 1905
Commencing at a post marked 9. B, ( obb,
being a' the N'. K, coiner, nf I dean Reserve
ii- at i on I lee'hence, running North 60 chains,
then a K-s' su - h on-, ihen . .-m1111 80 chains,
hence West 80 chain-I ence Nonh 80 chains
t > point Of linnllii lit uu n .
s ��.. Coat. 1-catT.
B.I*. Argust, Agt.
< outlee, B C. Oct. 4190V
Commencing at a post marked C.F. thence W
forty chain-, ihence South fot ty chains, thence
Kast forty chains, thence North lo point of
commenceniuot and containing forty acres
more or leas.
Dated st Lower Nioola this 21st day of September, 1906.
C. ("LICK.
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that, within sixty days
from date 1 intend making application to the
Hon. Commissioner of Lands and Works for
B���_���uion o purchase 320 acres of panlure land
in the Kamloops Division of Yale District;
situated as follows: Commencing at a stake at
lhe 8 VV comer of the land; running ihence
���tst ,10 chains, UK-net North 10 chains, tbeuce
Wast 80 chains, thence Soulh 40 chains, to tbe
poinl of commencement
Geo. Bent
September. 22, 1906.
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that within sixty days
from dale 1 intend making application to the
Hon. Commissioner of lands and works for per
mission to purchase 64u acres of pasture land in
the Kamloops Division of Yale District, situated
as follows: Commencing at a slake at Ihe N.W.
corner of Indian Reserve on Quilchena Creek,
running thence South 80 chains, thence West
80chains, thence North 80 chains, thence haM
80 chains tu the point of commencement.
T. H. JUNKS.
September. 30th, 1906.
Notice.
Notice Is hereby given that within 60 days
from date 1 intend making application to I he
Hon. Commissioner ;,of Lands snd Works for
pcrtuis-inn to purchase 360 acres more >r less nf
mountain pasture land in the Kamloops Division of Yale District si'lotted as follows, commencing at a si ake 10 chains W. of the N. ��..
corner of sec. 10 T. 100: running thence K, 50
chains, thence N. 40 chains, thence K. 40 chains,
thence N. 45 chains more or less to stump Lake
thence 8 W. along the K bank of Stump Lake
lOochains'o the point of oummecement, containing 30n acres more or less. Also; oommenc
Ing at. S. E coiner of L 999 U. 1. tht nee North
15.75 chains, thenco Fast 40 chains,th��nce Sou' li
16 chains to the N. bank of Stump Lake, thence
West along Stump Lake 40 chains to the point
of commencement, containing 60 acres more
or less,
J. A, PALMER.
���September, 30th, 1905,	
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
Urovo Camp.
Take nniice that I, F. W. droves, acting as
agont f r Isaac Eastwood, Free Miner's certificate No  887530, J. ' . Campbell free miner's
otrtifl ���- No.  B22585, John Mcliunald,  free
miner's certificate No. K22613, Char'es J chrl-
lien, free miner's certificate No. b226i>9, lotus J.
Ball, free miner's certificate No. n2 5119, ayd
Price Ellison, free miner's certifc ate No. B'22'i31
intend, scxiy days from the d.te hereof, lo a>
ply lo Ihe miii'ng recorder for a certificate nf
iiiiiirovouie.nl -. for the purpose of obtaining a
crown grants of the above claims.
And fu titer take notice that action, under
section .17, mutt b" commenced before the issu-
anct, of such certificate of improvement.
Dated this 18th day of Seotember, 1905.
MINERAL ACT.
(Vrlilii-.it.' of Improvements.
NOTICE
Aberdeen, Plymouth Queen. Manchester, Lon-
d n   Copner Rtlle and   King  Soloman's
Dream Mineral Claims      csltuate in  the
Nleohv���utnlonps Mining Division of Yale
Dl��trict   claim-lue'iitcil near In MilcCrt-ck.
Veirth Mcola.
Take no'lcfl that I, 'ohn OUtrDsrton, free
mltiee's cnlflca e No. 1176 993. Intend, 60 da>>
fro     lie dste hereo', to apply to the mining
recn de- for a certtflcateof improvements, for
the pnrn"��e nf obtaining a crown grant of the
above e'l.,ims.
Ami  further take notice that action, under
-ecu.  37,    ust lie conin enced before ih  Issuance  f such certificate of imprnvenienis.
Da el ihis 15lh daj i f September, 1905
JOHN CLM'l'EltTON.
PRINCETON
NICOLA
"WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW"
We invite attention to our
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS
We have received several large shipments now and
would draw your special attention to what we are
showing in
Blanket8 for Home and Camp use. Large variety
all weights and prices.
Men's Working Shirts. Medium and Heavy
Woollen Underwear. Large assortment of Wool
Socks.
Driving and Working Gloves and mits in all
the best makes.
HUNTING AND RIDING COATS.
m
U. II
i n
UU..L
I
GENERAL MERCHANTS
Forwarding Agents from Spences Bridge to all
points in Nicola and Similkameen.
Agents Nicola Townsite, Insurance Agents.
NICOLA PRINCETON
METROPOLITAN
MEAT riARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Orders throughout the District receive careful attention and promptly delivered
JAME*   I'OOLUY 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
first class shape.    Leave your work here and it will receive
prompt attention.    Satisfaction guaranteed.
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith |g~y
Home Shoeing a specialty
NICOLA LAKE. B.C.
__.. o. _r.
lOURT NICOU, No. 8931, A.O.F.,meet*
1 and fourth Priday In each month
 p.m., In Hoolcy's Hall,    visiting brethren
cordially invlled.
Ric. A. Fiuhkh. C. H.
A H. ClHKlNOTON. See.
The Clinton assize still keeps
up its reputation There is no
doubt in a short time any on��-
who breaks the law will do his
utmost to have the trial takt-
place at Clinton and it will b��
ten to one that he will get
clear. The last several ye.ir^
has seen some queer decision -
by judge and jury. It is a
wonderful climate.
NOTICK.
Thirty diys after date I intend in apply In die
rnlt-f commissioner of landtc n- o work* for a lie-
���tt-o tn prospect for cial on Ih* followiteg dia*
rlhed land, darting from a p ��t 10 chain- west
cf IheS, _ corner of John Corhe-'i'��  nn- ie
tion. then o N. 80 chain*.'he nee i> NOch-ins.
thence H HO chains, then-e VV 80 chains to place
uf lirniii K- P. _��� U������������>*��� D,
Lcs'atO'.
B) II. Fa lows. Agent.
September 22. W>
NOTICE.
Thl'ly days after date 1 Intend to apply to
the chief c mmMoiior of landa and works for
h Me iim,'In nroe.peel for cnal on ihiI MNytV���g
dcKcnited land, starling from a note  tit chainei
��t f 'he S, K. corner of John < orheU's pre-
H'on'ion, ihenee N 80 chainn,  thence w 80
chains, mVdM B 80 chains, thence K 80 chalnH
The Deering
THE ONLY   MOWER
J     TO BUY 15 ^B
It has the lagesfc sale of any Mower in the market and is without doubt the
finest made.  Deerine Binders are the best.
to ***** of beginning.
H. K.SAKUlfiNT.
Locator.
By B. Fallows,
Agent.
i-epleniberW. WW.
NOTICE.
Thirty layH after dale 1 Intend to apply lo
! th chief coniinishioncrof lands and works for a
c ��� een��e In prn-pect for cejal on the folloMng
dee��ribisl l��nd,starting fnmi a pw* at,theN
c\ e -.ine ol W, A. (le and's coal claim, thence
H m chains, tnencc K 80 chain*, thence S 80
e-haiiH, thence VV 80 chains to point of begin-
nnig W. B. JACKSON,
Locator.
Sent 22, Wi. By B. Fallows, AgenU
A    proclamation
Thursday, the 26th day of Oct
ober, as 1 hankauiviug Day.
Subscribe for th* Herald, I'-' per year |   seVi. 22,1905.
NOTICE.
appoints   ThlrtJ, dgyH srt���r dsto j mm* ^^y t0
thechief ooniniissioner of landa and works for
I a license in prosoeel, for coal on the following
1 de-cr bed land, beginning at the N W corner of
I W A, (It-land's coal claim,'hence N 80chains,
I th,nee VV 80chains, ihence 8 80chains, thence
i K 80 chains to plate of beginning
J. J.CH-MBRBAU,
JiOcator,
By B. Fallows, Agent.
Deering Hay Sweepers you can't do without.  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
ASPBN OROVB CAMP
lar stage of development.     The  who|>
camp may  now he said to be markup,
time, awaiting railway facilities.   The me j
ranges from 2 lo 94 per ce-nt C'pper, wnh
���ilver and gold values.   Son,* ol  he ores
are rich enough  to pack  lo Nt uit to
shipment,   whin  the now branch fnni
Spences Bridge isc���pitted to Upit pt> n
and a limited amount ol milling will pr���e
bably be carried on with Ihe  hi_h gr..de
ore hy that meant.    Hut tfaraiUay wei
tu be bre'Ught within *a*y m*m_ nf  th
c'liup,   operations   would be cmiu��-ucc 0
and an immense amount of ore mtU   l>>
ready for ahipnieitt before the tracks were
aid in.
The range runs parallel with the train
road from Nicola to PrincetM , but benilr
westerly and e ;ro�� es n near the - it Iu n
end. The north end of the cainip le Ml
iiecteil fur about two miles by another t'
the Camp. The road from Nlccela is at
good aa any one would want tn drive over,
and is regularly used by bicyclists. _M
grades are easy, and like moat of ihernad*
in British Columbia, it is laid on a bed M
natural gravel. I have been over smile nl
these n. nls un which no repair w.rk had
been dune fur years, ami th.y were in t
better cuiidiliuu than winsu tirt-t built.
The devastation uf trust   and   niuisturi
which wurk havnciu easteru roads in  th.
spring are  unknuwn  here,  cnn��>quent J
when i mad is once pmpcrly built it  b.
Client's bet'er and better as it ia used }ea
after year.    I   know   writers  who  hav
travelled   over   tho   stage  lines  uf  thi
cuuntry have told nf yawning chasms am
end on grades, and all that  sort, of  n>
but I have traveled ower nuere ('ilicult at d
dang*roun wagun roads in  Outarin  th��
any I have seen in Hritish C"hntibia.    T
is only when one is in a  liurrv  travelm.
on horseback that the occasional dange
i'f a clilisule  trail  is  presented,    linn-'
Culuiubta has dune at lea-t oo* thiiiii wh'
and that is shuwn in the r ��� ,il- the Gov
ernment   has   built.     These inula   wi I
carry heavier loads nf freight than 1 wou't
care to gn nut with over even the average
Ontaria mid    bigeighi horse teams tak
ing   eight or   nine tuns nf frieght.    0
course all wai/,<na have  wide tires.    Anc
this is the Burt uf read one may travel  oi
between Aspen drove and the termini)
of the new branch nf the 0. P.  R.   when
it |s completed,
The splendid pasture nf the Aspen
Grove camu will support the hundreds ol
hnrses which will be required when actus
mining operations enmmence.
At the imrth end uf lhe camp are the
falls nf the Quilchena river. Tin so fall-
have a drop, including the cascades abov,
them, of 121) feet, and ace rdiug to a
hydraulic engineer's report nn then
there is 1500 horse power waiting to be
harnessed. This may be augmented bv
damming a lake some distance above the
falls hy almost 500 horsepower. Tb
amount uf power, it is estimated, wnu d
run every air drill, every hoist and ligh
every mine in camp. As may be readtlv
seen, such a power right in the camp wi i
be an immense advantage when actual
operations are commenced.
Should the coal 6elds of the Diamond
vale Company be developed, there is a
splendor site for a smelter here, tu
which coal and coke and ore from the
mines could be sent by gravitation.
As mentioned above there is consider
able ore in the camp which runs to great
richness. Several well debited native
copper ledges have been uncovered, and
traced through the camp. Knough work
hae been done on these veins at various
points to prove that the ore is io workable
stringers, or veins, and uut in kidneys
which cannot be worked, such as those
mentioned in a previuus letter.
Taking a birds eye view uf this camp,
there lacks at present hut two things tu j
mak* it one of the greatest mining opera
tioos in America, viz, capital and trans
portation facilities. The latter is practi
aily assured, and the camp needs only tn
become known to the investing public to
juvite scrutiny and careful investigation.'
All the natural conditions for an ideal
mining camp ar* here. The ore, water,
timber, climate, power typography of the
country, coal in close pr ..unity, self
fluiing ore���Nature his surely dime her
share. The patient prospector has done
his. It is up to our railway authorities
tnd capatilist* to do theirs to make this
beautiful valley one of the greatest producers of mineral wealth in Vuierica.
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital all paid up, $14,000,000 Rest, $ic,ooo,oOO
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $373,98-
Total Assets ....        $135,124,452.74
PRESIDENT, Ht. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, G. C. M. Q.
VIOE-PRESIDENT,       -        - Sir Geo. A. Drummond. K. C. M O.
GENERAL MANAGER - E. S CLOUSTON
Head Office -Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from   $1.00   and  upwards.      Interest
crediied twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Banking Business of every description;
Undertaken.
BANKING BY MAIL
Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail.     Out of
town accounts receive- every attention.
THE NICOLA BRANCH IS NOW OPEN
A.W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
STJE.W__ FIT'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
BLAIR & CO.
-DK\LEIts IN*-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. C.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Resident Agents ln Nicola for the
ROYAL, and LONDON & LANCASHIRE FIRE INSURANCE CO.'S
��� ��� in ��� ii i��� -��� nmMrmMMMMamTiegemmtmmms
LOWER NICOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL	
Is prepared to take con'racis fur
sawing lumber and  getting out
tun Iter.
Uenerttl mil Contract* Kxrciitrd
I'lUCKS MOD-R-T1
1'ntii'H wishing  work can  hive same
promptly attended In hy applying to
F. D. WOODWARD,
Lower Nicola, B. C.
NOTICK.
Sixty days after date I intend lo apply to tbe
chief commissioner of lands and work- for per-
misMoti it, pnruhtW* 580**!**, more nr lean I
inotiniain pa-lure land, Hituaitd tin the south
-ids of Hiunip l,ake in the Nie'i'U V'alle-y divia
i en nf Yale distriet Su. It land being described
������ follow* exclusive of iiciicoi'mI elauiis:   N. VV.
|   Seel l  II J, TWO    S.  VV.   |   gtKticm  I'l, T 100,
coaitneni'it!g al ilie -until ea-t eetrner nf (lie
it trlh wesi J siectinn II, 'I' in . running K0 chai**
iinrlh, ihence III chaini went, thener Sll chain-
a it'll, thenc'ii Hi chains eaesl to point of commit,, .n.. 1,1 M. M. Kinvaww.
Ilockfiird. II. ('., Aug. 11, IM
Noi'ictc;
Notice is hereby given that within .1' days I
Intend in apply to the Ceunmlsslone ref lands
ami work* for lieeni'e io proapeet for coal on
the following described Und situated on 1,1ml-
ley creek joining the James Carlln and Ihe
I'liarles ("ollett farm, cotnnicncing at the
north-east center of Ihe Jamea Carlln claim
and running SI chains weal. Ihenee 80 chains
north, thence SU chains Mat MnDI the line of
the Curl**Collet! farm lo Ihe Indian reservation, thence south lo place of beginning, containing 610 acres nr less.
located Aug. 2ith, 11105, hy
C. H. CLKAVKU.
 Paul Bockmier Agent.
NOTICE.
Notice ia hereby given that within 30 day��� I
intend to apply to the Commissioner of hinds
and Works for license to prospect, for coal on
the following described land: Commencing at
the north east corner of lot 1���0, thence i am III
chains, Ihence south 80 chains, Ihence west 4|)
chains, thence 80 ohains north to place o( commencement
Sept. 2nd, 1UU6.
THOMAS MKTCAI.F.
Paul Bockmier, Agent.
j THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR
; SMOKING GOODS IS AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
__M_OOPI
Full stock of Domes" ic and Imported Cigar-,
amtthe beat, smoking Inlui'vej aluajs OB hand,
llrop in and enjoy a quiet ttm of BUB irdl,
Agent for t tie Pioneer sieam Laundrv, Tancou-
ver.   Laundry ship ed every Sal unlay.
lion i.s
[VIM IN ION HOTKL, the beat house in town
*-> Hradiiiiaiters for the Nicola, l*wis creek
and (iranite creek stages. Kvery convenience
for travelers and commercial mm. Excellent
table and well stocked bar. ('. J. Robinson k
Co.. proprietors, Kamloops
VrOHTRe-AX BOTttU Kainloops. Napoleon
�����*��� Latreiiioiiille. pronrietor. Kirsl class in
every pnrlicnlar. (food wines. Liquors anil
cigars.   Slnhling In connecliuii.
T~AMI.OOPS llnl'SK, 1'. Herod, proprietor.
*���- llesl slork of Willis, liquors and cigar- in
ihe Interior. ,lu-t lhe spot furs nice cool re
freshing glass of beer. W'hon in kamloops
call in.
flKANI) PACIKIC MOTH,, Kamloops. The
���' nearest lintel to Ihe railway siaiion. The
only eontenieiil hotel for travelers. Onnd
room-, good table, good liquor*. Two large
sample rooms. P. A liarnhari, proprietor.
Uood stabling in connection.
L
nlso Goncral Livery
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
STAGES
Leave LSpences Bridge
Every   ihursil.ty  lur Mcola Lake,  Kamloops,
Princetoa ami way p' tints at 6 a. m.
Mvery Sdiunlay lur Nicula and way points at 6 a.m.
Leave K.unloops
Kvtry Monday lur Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
I very   .Sunday   6 a. m��� arriving Spences
Mdgt Tuesday 6 p.m.
I Leave Nicola
I very Tuesday and Friday for   Spences
Mridge at 6 a. in.
Every Friday lur Princeton at 6 a. m.
P'-cial trips nude by appointment.
Telephone connection with Kamloops
M. P. STKWART,    -    -    Proprietor
R.M. WOODWARD ~"
Is still doing business at the Old Stand. A
jood stock of Lumber constantly on hand.
Orders promptly filled.
Lower Nicola       -     -     -     B. C
Rosedale Hoilse�� LfOWer \Tlcola
GENERAL STORE, POST OFFICE, EXPRESS
AND TELEPHONE OFFICE.
S. J. WOODWARD
LA STAGE
E. J, Martell.
LEAVES SPENCE'S BRIDGE
Every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, 7 a.m.
RETURNING FROM NICOLA
Every WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY, 7 a.m.
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker,Jeweler
KAMLOOPS, II. C.
All kinds of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
etc., kept in itecck.   Wedding presents * specialty.
First class repairs done on short notice
and returned nt MM*
A BRCROrr HOTIL   Themosi convenient,
���"���   hncelfor visitors in Ashcricft.   The In si of'
table botiril.   Hoi aim cold baths.   Our reitre
senialive meets all trains.  Johnson - Perkins,
proprietors,
flUANO OCNTRAL BOTH, Ashcrnfl.   Kv-
**   er>lliiriK up to-rtalo, lhe house has lalely
been reniodelleil uiitl is now uneler new man
afemint   The bar is siipplied with rboicCKt i
hriiniliI of wines. UquON and ciuars.   M hn in
Alhcraft slop al. the llrand Central, George '
Ward, propriotor.
%
r
Otter Flat Hotel
Charles Debarro, Proprietor.
TVLAMEKN CITY, - - ��� - H. 0.
Headquarters for Summit, Kahhttt
mountain, Tulameen river, Boulder, Hear
��nd Kelly creek cumps. Good Fishing
and llecaimi;.
P. O. Address:   Aipen GroTe.
Unequalled ns a
Siuiiujcr Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
QUILCHENA, B.C.
I��i|i at lilt'
ROCKFORD HOUSE
1.1'BT. Scott, Proprietor
When   traveling   on   the Nicola road.
Convenient place for tr��velers, with good
MM���iiioii*iHtm,
If Vod Need Anytifiif._
\D the
CARPENTER
I.me, s I your *ork to the undersigned.
All   orders   finished   in t workiuausbip
manner.   Cabinet *ork a specialty.
J. R, -OORICOtR,
Lower Nicol*, B. 0.
HORACE F. EVANS
I \plor.r mill l.i olo-isl
Of the College of Liberal Art
Having made a rarefwl examinalion of the
Thompsiin. Bonat���rt< and Nicol* dllisto������ of
Yale di��trict. Hriiish Columbi.i. i- prepared to
furni-li iiiii'-itic- ami incnclIng invtwlors with
reliable reports on Ihe oerntTenee of inetnllifer
oils ores, al-o foals, liirnitecoal and lignite
within the dlstriel Indicated.
Having niailc a rariful examinatiiro of the
Coldwater coal bedsof ths Mcola Tall*) and
Hat ereek eeiiiiicii. vcrj ilrpendahli' report- on
ilieil.,iiMi-ii'ii.|'il c-. .-iMlsand lignites will Ih>
furni-hed to Inventors and others. These ex
atnlnalioushavf exteii'lc d over many years and
the value a- well a- extent of thcroal mea-uri-
��ill he given. Hetznlar address, Ashroft, B.C.
(table and Tel. udilretit., "Cailon." Ashroft. THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NEWS
Mr*. Duncan HcPhail of Granite creek
it visiting with the Rev. tnd Mr*. Mason.
Jo*. Guichon returned laat Thursday
evening from t trip to th* ootit and the
Dominion Fair.
BuBlnes* Local*
8mok* Interior or L* Morena Cigar*.
Summer apple*, 2 cent* * pound at K.
H. Winny'*.
Alf. Goodisenn returned thi* we*l; from
Douglas Lake where h�� bu been employed several month*.
When ynu want a good smoke aak for
the Interior or La Morena Cigar, manufactured l.y the Inland Cigar Factory,
Kamloops.        	
View* of Cariboo, Yale, Nicola and
Similkameen districts at Carrington'*
���tor* or A, Murchie, photographer,
Princeton.
Dolph Fyall of Blair ft Co.'* (tore at
Coutlee, haa been laid up th* pt*t r**k
but ia now on the mend.
P. Sherwood who ha* been employed
with the Dominion survey party returned
to Coutlee Tuesday evening.
W. H. Kintpton of Hamilton, Ont., ar
rived in Nicola, and will be in the employ of the A. E. Howie Co., Ltd.
James Pi oley returned from Wertmin-
���ter Monday evening bringing with him
two purebred ram* purchased at the Fair.
J. Nath who haa heen ennnected with
the Dominion {aurvey fur mm* time re
turned from the coast Tuesday evening.
Jo*. Richards of the Coutlee hotel, and
Mr. Newbury of Victoria had a aucceful
hunting trip up Mamette lake way
this week.
I R. .1 Pengelleynf the Royal City Mills
Vancouver, returned Monday and will
remain in Nioola until 'he completion of
the Bank of Montreal building.
Geo. B, Armstrong ot Lower Nicola
and D. P. Marpole of 22 mile house
���pent a few days i hia week in the Mamett���
lake section on a hunting trip.
Mr*. J. R. A. Richard* of Cnut'ec and
Mrs. Newbury of Victoria were in Nicola
Tuesday and are viaiting with friends
along the Nicola.Kamloops road.
J. H. Si-nkler and B. L. Smith of
Vancouver and John Elliot of Nelson,
arrived in Nicola last Thursday evening
tnd have spent the past week shouting.
throughout the Nicola lection.
HARDWARE
SHKLF GOODS
MINING SUPPLIES
Ll'MHEK SUPPLIES
MCLAUGHLIN'S
CARRIAGES
WAGONS
Mccormick mowers
A full line of the above always kept
in atock at close price* at
LEEMINCS HARDWARE
kamloops
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
Official Administrator
OfBoe.-Commereial Block, east of Post Office.
Kamloops, B. C,
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Barrister,  Solicitor and   Notary  Public
Office:   Kast of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, south side of Victoria street, Kamloops.
Money to loan on real estate security.
HARDIMAN & MARSDEN
Land Mining and Oeneral Supply Agts
Mining ��� gineers, Reports on mining Mt
lies through the District Agnes foi minim/,
cnnlrac'ors, farm machinery, wagons, buggie s
etc. Cable address; "Aurum." Codes: Bron ���
hall, More.ng k N.al, A. H. C. Mi.
Warehouse���Cantocd. ^'icnla Valley, B. C.
���   IlltlS.   Ol   I III   I   I
���A K. C, 8c. London.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Kamloops. H C.
Assays and analyses :tf Ores, Coal and It
dustrla' prewlciets.
samples by mail or si age receive promp1
attentieen.
MRS. TUTILL-MARSHALL
NICOLA LAKE, If. C
Graduate M. G. H. and W. H��� Montreal
Licentiate of the College or Phy
at clans and Surgeons of the Pro
vine* of Quebec.
The A. E Howee Co. Ltd., have just' Spences  I ridge
received a carload of stove* fo all kinds. BARBKR SHOP
Prices lowest ever quoted in the valley
Call early and make four selection.
NOTICE.
Official Administrator's Act
In re Fat ate of
ANTOINE GODEY,
I having and Halrcu ting.  First  Olasi
Work Qua anteed
Business transsc'ttl a1 all ' nurs.   When n
Sp,iiie�� brldf*(ivi us   mil
H. KHKLKKNKKCK.
TKNDKRS will be received by the undersigned for the purchase of the Cattle. Horss
and o'her personal properly, and the recti es
tateof the late Antoinec Oodey.   Terms cash,
I'artlculars thereof may be obtained Iron.
Peter Marquart, Nicola, H. C,
_i_0 D. MACINTYRK,
ntllical Administrator, Uo<in'y of Yale,
Kamloops, B. C.
FOR SALE.
1 American Bain wagon !)j.
1 American Bain trucks 3] (new),
5 set heavy work harness.
1 Buggy harness aud Buggy.
1 Gang Plough.
1 Pair Bob ��leds.
For parti.ulara apply- to
R. H. Winny.
NOTICE.
Notice il hereby given that any person
fishing or hunting on the property of A.
E. Howse, without a permit, eicep
guest* uf the Driard Hotel, will he (jna*
cnted. A. E. Hows*.
Nicol*, Sept. 21��t, 1906.
FOR KALK
A Stock Ranch corn tin n*
4740Hcrc,s,situ;itc(l near Dung
las Lake, with all necessaty implements ami also stock,     r ��� t
particulars apply to
VV. M. LAUDER,
Quilchena, F. O.
Springbank  Ranch, duly Uth, l'.Kl5.
BILEY HOUSE
NICOLA LAKK, B. 0.
Firs! class board and lodging by tbe
lay week or month. Every attention
given tn the travelling public.
Mrs   Rilry, Proprietress.
Harness
and   Saddlery
Now is the time to buy your Harness and Saddlery. I have in
stock a full line o grodssuiiable
to the trade. Saisfaction guaranteed.   All kindt of
RKI'UKHH
Ilan.ess, It tots, Shoes, etc., done
neatly and promptly.
N. J. BARWICK,
NICOLA LAKE,      ���      .      B. C
F. G. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CARBIA-E AND f AGON 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 General Agent.
Main Street ���      ���     Kamloops
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
8010 Westminster Road
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
K. C. Urown Slock  ol Fruit ami
Ori.aiiif.itnl trees.
Apple Tt ec; 2 and 3-year ol'ls: M.ito $20 lie
1(10. according to variety. One-year-olds, t to,
eet. ��10totl2p��r 100.
Kxtca nice Mock of Cherry, l'eaeh,  Flue.
Vltricols. etA, now g< owing fnr fall orders.   Vi
xpenece, losKonleUy of fuinixaiion or h���P*
cion.   Lelmeori e your M before plaeingjO'i
ider   Catalog free.
llreenhout-e Plants, Floral Work, Bee an
lilies, Kriilt Packages, Fertilizers, etc.
M. J  HUNKY,
into Westminster Koad,      VakOUCTIN, H C
WATCH REPAIRING
All  kin.lt-
nf   Watch,
Clock
aod ,)e��e
ry re. airs d
me in
ties'  class
order and sattsfac-
Men  tuvratiteed.     Al
work
eiilrusied
to uu' c��re
��� ill he
e.micl'-iet
II   I.   I
m. n. _4
anil te nrned with-
UI'Htl.l.
A < O.,
j C. ]', K. Time Ii
speelors.
Kamloops
-
���e
We arc hcailqiiarters for
School Books
Scribblers,
Exercise Books
and supplies of every description
Give us a trial
NOTICE
To Hunters
Notice is hereby given lhat hunting or
���he.tiiii g on the property of ihe Douglas
L ke Cattle Company is forbidden. Any
ecr-cn or persons hunting or shooting
���n the ahuve property mil be prosecuted
>iiider the sections of the Game Act.
J. B. Griavk*..
SMITH BROS
BOOKSTORE
Kainlooi s and Vernon
JAMES SMITH
GENERAL
LOWER NICOLA, B. C.
"THE PEOPLES STORE.''
ARRIVING EVERY WEEK
FRESH GROCERIES
Our Leaders in Teas are Marigold,
Nabob and Salada���all Favorites
LAKE OF WOODS FLOUR
All k'ods of repair work done in *
neat and satisfactory manner and in short
notice.
Horseshoeing
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.
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.
GENERAL MERCHANT
Lower Nicola,        -        -        B. 0.
GOUTLKE HOTKL
COUTLEE. B C.
Jos. Ricfyards,      -      Proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.   First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Good Stabling in Connection. Telephone Connection

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