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THE NICOLA HERA
Vol I.  No. 10.
NICOLA LAKE, B.C, THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1905.
$2 a Year.
HORSE   TRANSACTIONS.
LINE OF WORK.
THE CONSTRUCTION        ���
I II-     vvi w I n������ ��� �������������  Dlgpute ln connection With Ownership
_______^__ of Animals.
A horse dispute was easily settled this
SUBCONTRACTS  LET  FOR WHOLE  wee|[     tll(jjsn Jackson and L >uise came
before the cadi with a cayuse Jackson
said he owned the animal if it was not
more than two years old, if n't it belong
ed to Louise. Louise claimed if it waa
three years old she owned it, if not it was
Jackson's. Fred Paige was called in and
examined the annuals molars and gave as
I his opinion that the animal was about
two years old. Jackson got the cayuse.
Another horse dispute is pending.    J
is held by Borne horseman that the brand
has been changed, nhile others differ, the
brands of Bell aud Garcia are similar one
being a heart and the other the shape of a
wineglass. The queati >n of age all >
crops up. The ownership was under
cided until more expert evident)* wn-
given. In the meantime Bell disposed ia1
he horse to James Pooley who now has
Report of Progress of the Construction
Work Now Oolnir on on the Nicola
Railway Through This
District.
James A. Macdonell contractor for the Nicola, Kamloops!Bel1 of A8Pen fir"Te ��ot ���hor8e ,mt of J
0    ~.    ... ., , Garcia's held and turned it over to C>n-
& Similkameen railway fr)mj|tlblllCI���k eUlmingi, .��, hi. and show-
Spences Bridge tO Nicola, andjmg Ihe brand  which he owns.   Garcia
H. J. Cambie, chief engineer '*���**������ the anin",1 snd the brand-  *
for the C. P. R , were in Nicola today on business in connection with construction.
Mr. Macdonnell reports the
work is progressing well. The
engineer! are ahead with their j'
work ol cross sectioning and Ln, animal
running the lines and the subcontractors are getting their
outfits on their portion of the
line and work to be prosecuted
vigorously from one end to the
other.
Work has gone along so well
that employment for fifteen
hundred men can now be given.
The rate of wages paid for
labor is $2.25 per diy.
The position of the Nicola
Railway with the main line of
the C, P. R. is now very well
determined by the line of grading.    The grade at the start is
south from Curnow's hotel a
few hundred feet, and further
along the south side of the river
gangs of men are at work cutting the road bed from the hill
side and rocks which are in
abundance on both sides of the
river.    Machine drills will be
at work in a few days consider
able rock work now being in
readiness.
Camps are strung out for a
distance of 16 miles and from
Spences Bridge up to the 22-
Mile House signs of activity is
going on.
REAL ESTATE DEAL
ASPEN GROVE   CAMP
Everything Looks We'l for this Rich
Copper Section.
TERMINUS IS NICOLA
- S. J. Bste was in Nicola for a few days I
BANK  OF  MONTREAL SECURES  A , t,,i""",k   from Aspen Grove and report-   80 SATS D. McNICOLL. yiCEPRESI
work   as   going   on  very satisfactory at DHNT OF THE C. P. R
"The Falls," .here the  Portland Con
LOT ON FRONT STREET.
pany  are   preparing  the ground, digging
ditches and  building flumes etc., for the
Wm. Riley Sells 126 Feet of His Prop- j P"*er plant which will  be installed in a
erty on Front Street to the Bank.      | "h"rt "���*    Men ��re sl,�� II "urk on the
_ ....,        ���       ,   ��� r"��d   from   the camp lo the main road
Buildings Now ln Course
A Good Company
John D. Kearns, representing the
Mutual Life of Canada will be in Nicola
the first of the week to look up business
for his company. The Mutual Life of
(.'.mada is the only mutual life company
in Canada and its policy holders are the
proprietors not as in slock companies
where they are only customers. The
record of the Mutual Life of Canada from
us organization in ihe year 1869 has been
one of continued growth and prosperity,
and is today one of the oldest and strong
est companies in Canada.
of Erection.
Consequent upon commencement nf
construction na the Nicola railway real
estate in Nicola is on the move. Among
other deals the Bank of Montreal hat
this week completed a purchase by which
they become owners of 126 feet frontage,
n��xt to the residence of A. E H"wse on
Front street, and extending hack 176 feet
to Main street. The lot was formerly
owned hy Wm. Riley. It is the intention
of the bans to erect a substantial build
ing on the property which will include
>he hanking office and residence for the
manager The plans are now here and
the material for this handsome structure
is coming in every day. Work has al
ready commenced on the construction ol
a neat cottige for the stsff, which is be
'ng built on the hack part of the lot fac
mgon Main street.
The location of a branch of the Bank
of Montreal here greatly facilitates the
tiufincs of the merchants and resident*
of Nicola valley and their offices will
naturally add to the appearance of the
town.
In an  Interview   at Vancouver  Last
Week.  Impossible to Say If th*
Line Will go Any Farther
For the Present
Mr. Bate returned on Wednesday afternoon accompanied by (!. A Henderson
moiager of the Bank of Montreal who
will link over the camp before returning
to Vernon.
Wm. Murray returned last week to Vancouver last week, in an in
Lower Nicola after a three months trip in j terview on railway matters said
'he Aspen Grove doing assessment work
and prospecting that section more thor
oughly. He is well pleased with the re
suit f his labors and as soon as haying
is over will return to Aspen Grove and
continue development work. Mr
Murray is of the opinion that as soon a-
the railway companies realize the tin
nense bodies of   high grade ore, the will
���*. than one railway in Aspen Grove ' 5 terminUS f��r the PreSent-
j The properties ��Inch Mr. Munay is in
t'Tested ill are hematite iron, gold, silver
���nd copper, and with the work done this
tear have proved them valuable proper
ties.
David McNicoll, vice president of the C. P. R. while in
in connection with the Nicola
Railway:
''Now it is impossible for me
to say that the C. P. R. will
extend the railway line now
building beyond Nicola Lake,
LOCAL   NOTES.
Happenings ln Nicola and Throughout
the District.
Miss E  Ryder is visiting with her lis
Mi Mrs. N. J. Barwick.
The V. B. & B
C. A. DesBrisay of Spokane, superin
tennent of the right of way for the Pa
���ilic division of the Great Northern, says,
"We are going ahead. We have already
secured the right of way as far as t'rince
'oil. That far the line is practically de
termined. The line will go through Hed
ley. Beyond Princeton the line is not
definitely settled yet,"
The station stsff at Spences Bridge has
been increased by Mr. Cullarman of
Seattle.
The following are the subcontractors with mileage: Foss
& Sutherland 4 miles; J. G.
McLean 7; Ironsides, Rannie
& Campbell 4; Joseph Allen 4;
J. B. Bright 10; Cook, Quin &
At the different Bressay 10; the balance will be
The Bank of Montreal, encouraged by
the liberal subscriptions which Canadians oasseu en. 'his afternoon.
made to the last issue of Japanese bonds,
is offering a psrt of the new Japanee
1150,000 000 loan. The subscription
price will he 87$ and interest, t& to the
pound, which is 2 per cent, uuder the
'irst 4^8.
DRY CONSTRUCTION CAMPS.
suppose the time will come
when the extension will be
made. It is hard to build
through a country where there
is no business, but when the
business is in evidence the C.
P. R. will not be far away."
The Nicola district can supply the business for this section
of the country, with its vast
coal, iron and copper mines
and ranches and with the ad-
H. E Wailisedruggutof Kelownaisin vent of the railway, industries
Nicola with a vie. nf starting up business. ( _(��� jj kjnds jflj   be   started j-
our midst.   The terminus will
R   H. Lee returned   today from   the' .   ,
Coldwater section where he had been sur   then   be   a   thriving   City  SUp-
Stewart's stage line  brought in four
veying coal lands.
R. Blair of  Kamloops arrived in town
yesterday and has gone down to ths work
The Attorney-General Tells the Reason
Why There Is No Licenses.
Attorney General Wilson has issued s I of construction,
circular to license commissioners in tin
province stating that the C. P. R. con- j    Messrs. Rannie and Campbell, railway
porting a large population.
Government Office Hour*.
Editor Thb Nicola Hekald, Sir:
Kindly insert the following notice which
has some public interest.
All applications for lands and mineral
tractors   working   between   Nicola   and , contractors were ar Coutlee last Saturday claims  and   mining papers intended for
Spences Bridge, had requested that no j look over the railway line. record   must   be  tilled in and ready for
n.w liquor licences be granted along or J delaratiou when presented at the office.
near  their  work    during  construction,      W. Rice was in town from Douglas lake It is uot the work of  the government
The attorney gemral puts the position of  for t few days this week and report work agent to prepare such documents, and th*
tne government and his own department   as going ahead in that section. regular work will not allow him to attend
ii the following paragraph:                                            to  Don -official  matters.     There are two
"The government as a whole, and I.      r j   Qlim and  W.F.Cook of Van notaries, Messrs. A.  R   Carrington and
as attorney-general, have not the right or  mnlt cu���traotors for this end of the F- A- H0""" who wi" no doUDt ba I*'6*""
inclination to interfere with your dutie-  r���iway wnrk were in Nicola this week. *& '" lirel,are ��ny documents intended to
ai   license   controls* oners,   hut   we are j be recorded by those not acquainted with
tilling in the forms.
charged ��ith maintaining peace and go d
irder in the province, and the ah.ence ot
Rev  Mr. Gover will conduct service in
The government agents office closes at
strong drink M  public works has often 'he Church of England on Sunday at 3 30 5  (|.c||ick  for  the transaction of public
largely aided in that direction  1 shall  he p. ni . end at  yuilchene in the evening   hulinelli   preM of work Oompels the ob-
Camps the Work   of g ..ding is! let  later  on, Only being a   lew  greatly obliged if you can see your way ��t 7 30 o'clock, advance of thi* rule.
t ��� acceding to the request wi the coiitrac 	
tor.   aud   refusing  any further licence.      T. J, Smith of ih. Diamond Vale Coal
going on in earnest, at the ten
mile hill, where the tunnel will
be. built, bridges are being put
miles which practically covers
the whole work.
Messrs.    Cook,   Quin  and
across the river and when com- Bressay have been awarded the
pitted will be used as a wagon contract for the construction of
road      The old road will be
broken up by construction at
this point. The contractor is
making the best roads possible
wherever It is necessary so as
not to interfere with traffic.
The engineers camps are now
above the 22 and in the course
of two weeks will be working
on this end of the line.
Geo. Mikrav.
Government Agent. Office, Nicola.
near th*  railway works during construe   ft ,r||B C() _ HrnV((d m j^e, u��� Slt���r j
",m-   day from Vancouver.     He we. accom
panied by Mr.  Hoskin. of Toronto and
Fast Mall Route.
An Ottawa despatch say. it i. now oer-
W J. and Arthur Haddock of Ashcroft  ��re ������- Ht the company's propeitie. near! ui,, ,�����, m���|��� for the far we.t will be
arrived in Nicola yesterday on the regular Q���i|chena. : 8ent vm the AlUn Line, as it has be*n
eight miles between the thirty | trip through the country purchasing fur   ��� |hown bj tha teit trip thtt they ��� ta
C. V.  tones, traveling  representative ���,rrej jn thirtjr six hour. le.s time then
for the Mason A Risch Piano Company of' tlt j^ew York.
and hides.
and forty mile stations. They
will commence work as soon as
the engineers have the line run
and are bringing in a number
of teams.    The contract calls
for a lot Of teaming, there  be-     John B Ttmim  hii  cnn,pleted ��r-1 �� generally with   the  profes.ionel end I completion,   A bar and sitting is al,
ing   comparatively  little   rOCt    UUI-lHl for the .ale of hi. ranch st  well v.rsed musician..     The Ma.on  &   -
work.   Messrs. Cook and Quin ��"ld8Prin��t0 M' "__*_*th* N',r,h
, . . .     west, who we understand will take charge
were over the ground this week. jjoTember i��t.
Rev. Mr. Govier returned from a visit  Toronto, wa. in Nioola on Tuesday end j
to the coast cities on Friday,   While at  Wednesday and reports having .old .ev i
New  Westminster he wa. the guest of  eral fin* piano, m the valley.   Mr Jones'    The h"tel accommodation et Spenoe.
(states that   his   company are more than  Bride">  ->  u"d   to   ita  utlno,t'    Th'
  I crowded with order, and th.t their trade, Clem*" hotel addition is being rushed to
Bishop Dart.
Risch piano stand, today unquestionably
the finest creation of its kind in the
Dominion.
Carrington'.  soda  fountain   will    he
reedy for busineis tomorrow. THE   NICOLA  HERALD
-THE
CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
Capital $8,700,000    Rest $3,600,000   Total Assets iNov. 19041 $81,000,000
Having)* Bank Department
Deposit, of ?1 and upwards received and interest allowed.     The depositor
is subject to no delay in depositing or withdrawing fund..
Hanking by Mail
Aocounts of ranchers and other customer, residing out of town receive
special attention.    Funds may be deposited or withdrawn tiy mail.
ADVANCES MADE ON  AN'OVEIl  NoTKS
KAMLOOPS BRANCH,
C. W. HALLAMORE,
Manag-r,
THE NICOLA HERALD
Published Every Thursday
Subscription, ln Advance. $2 a Year
Nicou Laki, B. C.  Jul v at, 1905.
MRS. TUTILL-MARSHALL
NICOLA LAKE, B.C.
Graduate M. 0. H and W. H��� Montreal !
Licentiate of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of the Province of Quebec.
The Nicola Herald learns
that the Kamloops-Nicola and
Princeton telephone line will
be put in repair and in good
working order at an early date.
The switchboard and other
materials are at Kamloops and
a representative will be in the
district shortly to do the nee
essary work.
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
Official Adimnir.triii��r
Office.-CVninerrUl Block. e-o��t of Pout Office.
 KamltiopH, 8. C.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Barrister,  Solicitor and   Notary  Public
Office:   East of Ihe Canadian Hank of Commerce, south side of Victoria street, Kiiinloops,
Money to loan on real estate security.
i
All the latest       j
SOUVENIR
Postal Cards i
We make a specialty of supplying the latest and prettieet of
souvenir postal card.. We
are always watching out for
novelties in this line.
Among our collection you will
find all the >��� ry newest of the
fun making cards ee well as
beaut if ulreproduction.of point,
of interest hereabout..
Our Burnt Leather
Cards are especially
Interesting,
10 Ots Bach, 8 for 26 Cents
Our Only Specialty
I- doing our level besi to ��up
ply our customers with goods
win li will give them entire
satisfaction. We want each
customer to be thoroughly
pleased with every purchase he
or she makes here.
PRINCETON
NICOLA
"WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW"
Just Received a Large Shipment of
MEN'S NfdLIE SHIRTS
Direct from Glasgow, Scotland
THESE ARE FULL SIZE, SPLENDID QUALITY
It
IS
Come to us for the latest and freshest goods,
a pleasure for us to do business.     We
guarantee satisfaction.
(ampOutfits               Mining Supplies Hardw.rt
Dry Uooil*                  Boots and Nhoen Urocerles
Drii*H~ Stationery   Gen tn Fnrninhln_ Flour A Feed
Lumber
rr
HARDIMAN & MARSDEN
Land Mining and General Supply Agte
Mining engineers. Reports on mining prop'-r-
iles through the District,   Agen s to' nilnlnv, j
contractors, farm nia/'liluer), wagons, buggies
etc.   Cableaddress:   "Auruin."  Codes: Hrom
beJI, Moreinglc Ncal, A. H. 0,41 h.
Warehouse���Cunfoid, Nicola Valley, B. C.
NOTICE.
Thirty days after dale I intend to apply lo
the Chi't Commia-lonei of Lands and v\ orks
fora special licence to out and carry awaj
timher from the fo'lowing described lands
filiated on Ihe ea-t side of Ihe Mamctt lake
road, and commencing at a post marked If
Armstrong, and running mi chains east; so
chains north; 80 chains wesi; 8(1 chains -outh.
to point "f commencement. containingfilll i<:
Also commencing at, a post at the'southeast I cn��in" ""'"j 5" ���"���}�����' commencement; 640
onrner marked it   Armstrong and running c.st ' *cre"' located June Hi, I.""���
tO     l\lCOla. ,80 chains; north 811 chains; wesi 80chains; soulh '    '
A petition is being circulated to be forwarded to the post
master-general and D. Ross,
M.F., at Ottawa, asking that
the post office name of Nicola
Lake be changed
�� 91 chains, to point of commenceme t, contain-
The petition is being largely -W-*    K AKM���0 ^ator.
signed and thepost-master-gen "       '
eral will no doubt grant the
request.
There are a number of business openings in Nicola for enterprising people. A tinsmith
and plumber would do well and
other business opportunities
are awaiting the ambitious.
MALLERY DRUG CO I
I I Ml IK li
KAMLOOPS,    :
B. C.
notice.
Thirty day- after date I intend to apply to
the chief commissioner of lands and work- for
a licence to cut timber ou the following described area, vli: I'nmmencing at a post on
the north side of Smlih's creek marked southeast angle, running 80 chains west; thence 80
-hains north; thence 8   chains east; thence 80
J,
4
-    VUI�� U
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that thirty days after
date we intend lo apply tolh" Honorable the
Chief Comml -ioner of Lands aud .vorksfi
sp, rial licence lo cm and carry awa
from the following described lauds; Commencing at a post, set approximately one mile
north of Sir ila river and east of Spios creek;
ihence Unchains we-t; thence 80 ch ins north;
thence 80 ctwins east; thence80chains south, to
point of commencement.
L. SOLLOWAY
F. SOLLOWAY
June 11, 1905. H. HARDIMAN.
NOTICE,
Thirty days after date I Intend to apply to
thechief commissioner of lands and work-for
a lit ence to cut timber ou the following de-
scrilied area, vis: Commencing at a post
on the north side of Smith's creek marked
sou* h west angle, running 80 chains east; I hence
80 chains north: theneo *) chains west; thence
, '0,r a i 80chains south to point of commencement; (110
sp.eial licence In cut and carry away timber  acres, located June 16, I9'5,
W . H. ARMSTRONG,
 By his agent, (has. K. Law,
The railway into Nicola district is n> w
assuming such Bhape that it is a certainty.
The building of th- line was definitely de
cided last week after the passage of the
V. V. & E. bill.   If the bill had not gone
through the engineers and construction
crews wou
a doubt
are being wi
Yale Cariboo's member
NO I ICE.
Notice is hereby given that thirty days
after dote we intend o apply to Ihe Honorable tie- ( hit f Commissi ner of LHnds und
works for a special Unease to cut and cany
away limber from the following described
lands: Commeneinir tt a post set approximately one mile north from Nicola river, east
of Snlos creek; thence 80 chain- norlh: thence   Chief Commissioner of Land-and vtoik- to
80 chains ea-t; thenc   80 chains south: thence
80 i hains west, to point of niuimeuc ment
M.   WAKSDr.N
C, cOLLOWAY
O. SOLLOWAY
June 11,190.1. T, K. HARM.VI AN.
NOTICE
Thirty days after date I intend to apply to
the i hief Commissioner of lands and works for
special lie ns�� to cut timber nn the following
area, ��� ommenclng at a po-t marked W H, M.
N. W. corner thence H 100 chains, K 40, N
ho W 40 io initial posi, 640 acres and adjoining
J. C's. on the K; also commencing at pon< mark
ed W. i . M.'s S. W. corner thence K 80 chains,
S 80. W 80. N 80 to initial post, 610 acres adjoining J. I"�� on *. W (1 Ml'RKAV,
.Inn.  '.'I. 1906, .1. Com,lion. Agent
GENERAL MERCHANTS
Forwarding Agents from Spences Bridge to all
points in Nicola and Similkameen.
Agents Nicola Townsite, Insurance Agents.
NICOLA PRINCETON
NOTICK
Sixty dais after date 1 intend to apply to the
hief Commissioner of Land- and Works ti
purchase 100 acre, of mountain land, cninmenc
ing at H. (J'llliford's, sr,, stake, west earner;
running ca-i 'JO chain-; thence west 2(1 chains;
Ihenee norm 811 chains,  more or less; Ihence
south 80 chains, more or less,
Jiinc24, l'X, H. OULLIFORD, Jr.
NOTICE
NOTICE
METROPOLITAN
MEAT flARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Orders throughout the District receive careful attention and promptly delivered
JAMES   POOI.E1 Proprietor
rwice 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.
NOTICK,
Mity days after date I Intend to apply to the
chief commissioner of lands and | chiefroinini-si ner of 'ands and works for per-
NOTICE
The interest, of the Intern r sny- Howse tq.rat and ferry Umber f��� om the
' following deseriliid lands commencing at a
��ll   looked after hv D  Ross    post market K (. Tingley, silnaien two nulcs
  ' " ' i soulh of NicnU river and running 80 chains K,
80 , hains S, 80 chain" W , 80 chela. N. to point
cutnmeli'cliient liln aeies,
Alsu commencing al a post at the S. VV, corner and running 80 chains '", 80 chains S, 80
chains VV, 80 chains N lo oitn nf commencement GW acres. K. 0 TINULKY,
1,0 alor
June 20th, I Bui Dan Mclnnes, agent..
Slitydays afterdate I int.' nd to make appli
cation 1.3 the chief commissioner of lands ami
Id have been called off without      Ihmj najs aner date i intend to sppi) to  workll fur p(.r  ilMm) ^ p,lr(.hase 80a res 'f I mission to purchase 4o acres of mountain pas-  _
the chief comniissioner of landsandjvnrks for a , Dlnun,ai��� ]a,,d starling at R. Oulliford's stake I turage commencing at a post marked A. L ��� ! ,tne Cnltf, Commissioner of Lands and
\'n.9i:i running 20 chains east, 40chain-ii(irlh,   N. W. corn"r thence S 20 chains, theme K 20,1 for permission to purchase 80 acres of niountaii
20 chains west, 4tichainss uth to starting post.   N 20. thence along Ki-h Ijikc shore to Initial   Pasturage, helm; lot No. 186, township 91, Kara
R OCI.LIFORD.     post 40 acres.        ANTOINNE LaMI'KON.     loops division. Nicola.
Aspen Grove, R. C, June 15. 1S0.V I   7th July, 1905. |   June 16, 1605, GRACE I). TUTILI.
The by election for Alherni will be
held on Saturday. A hot 6ght is being
put up by both .ides, the party .pouter,
gathering and telling their trouble, to the
NOTICE
The Deer ing
Thirtydays after date I Intend lo apply tn the
unfortunate "free and intelligent elector   rh-ef Oomanl��loo_r nf landw and work* fnr a
special UWtOM U) CVI and i arrv away Itinher
<f Alherni I from the following d���erlbwd uwdionmaiw
cinn at po��t tnafkod H J. U'nod ward, alwint 2
'     "     - -   '   " ���     - -'--'   ji.ilehrHiii'hnf Xienlartvorand runnii.uSn hairm
N. 80rha.na W. Hi chainn H, HO chain- K In point
of rnminenrent Wllaei��>.
Al��o Bnameni li>g at a powt at the no- Hi mA
(.nrner and went HichainH, north Hh hainn, c^t
Havin,, taken over th. barber business MJJjg^**^!*- "f-ommen-
from Mr. Bar.ick, I .,11 op8n up busi |   ^^ ^      S.J. PBQWAlft
Dan Mclnnes Agent.
NOTICE.
nes. in a few days in the premise, adjoining the Metropolitan Meat Market, and
will be prepared to attend to the wants
June 20'h, 1905.
NOTICE
,   . Thirty days after dale I Intend'o apply to the
of the general publi'.   First class work   (<h|(.f ( n������1',isvinn,.r ���, Unn. Hm| w���rk', fur,
guaranteed at the old prices.    Your pat   special licence io out and ram away timber
i from the following described lands siiuated on
rnnage solicited.
H. MURK,
FOR SALE
the east side Mamei lake road, and running
180 chains south, 80 chains west, 80 chain-
I north. Hit chains cast,, to point of commmce-
ment; Containing 640 acres.
I A<s,> commencing at a post marked W. H.
j Armstrong, at the northeHst corner, and running 80 ohains norlh; 80 chains west; 80 chains
south N 'li.iins east, lo point of commence.
ment, containing 640 aces.
W. H. ARMSTRONG, Locator.
THE ONLY  MOWER
TO BUY IS
It has the lagest sale of any Mower in the market and is without doubt the
finest made.  Deering Binders are the best.
3
,      ~        I      TJ l _.   ���    ��� W. H   AKMSTKUMi. l/ica
A  Stock Kancn  containing;    j���neis, \m.   ban Mclseie, _���_<.
4740 acres,situated near Doug-
NOTICK.
,as Lake with all necessary im-
plements and also stock.    For, J;h�����1'r
particulars apply to
W. If. LAUDER,
Quilchena, P. O.
Springbenk Ranch, July 14 h, 1W6
permission to lease for 21 yeaisSil
acres more or less of mountain pasture near
Htumnl��ke, commencing at theN. W.oon*f
of UitWIand running S 40 chains, thence VV 40
clmins, ihenee N60 chains theme w in chains,
thence N 40 chains, thence K 40 chains, them e
H 10 chains, th-nre F, 40 chain., thence S 80
chains to starting point. JAMKs Alltli
Rockford, July 6lh,190o
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
OUR
-4 OFF
SALE
Is the event of Kamloops
and di.trict at pretent.
People know e good thing.
They ire getting good
goods cheap. Remember
it is 16 cents off every dollar end the terms are .pot
oub.
Oar stock i. ell new. No
old good, to work off.
New goods ere arriving
daily to keep our assortment up.
Mail orders filled tbe day received.
A. F. LAUDER
Exsluslve Outfitter to lien and Boys.
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
McBRIDE AND THE TIMES.
The Premier Has Entered Action for
$10,000.
Premier McBride entered an action on
Saturday against the Victoria Time. new.
paper of this city for 110,000 in respect 11
in editorial in which it was charged that
hi. government wa. conceived in treach
ery and maintained in power by even
viler tactics, end also charging htm with
conniving with the returning ofiicer iu
tbe Fernie election case to steal a seat
whioh rightfully belonged to the Liberal .
Railway Commissioners.
The board uf railway commissioner
for Canada will hold a aitting et New
Westminster on the 19th day of Sepiem
bar. The board will not sit at other
points in western Canada unless for the
purpose of hearing complaints which shall
be formally made in writing end duly
served upon railway companies, or other
partie. interested, in .ulticient time to
havg become ripe for hearing under the
general rules of the board.
Kolapore Cup Captured.
The Canadian team won the Kolapore
Cup at Bi.ley on Saturday, with a score
of 768, Transvaal following with 8f>6, and
tbe Mother Country with 742. New
Zealand and Guernsey also competed.
The Diamond rock drill is the invention of H. Herman, an American, whoai
crude patent is exhibited in the patent
otlice at Washington. The invention was
ln 1864
The inauguration uf the new province
of Saskatchewar. will occur on Septembir
4 li, that date having heen definitely dt-
cided upon. <
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital all paid up, $14,000,000 Rest, $ic,o -0,000
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $373,988
Total Assets        ....        $13^ 24,452.74
PRESIDENT, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, G O. H. a.
VICE PRESIDENT. ��� Sir Geo. A. Drummond. K O. H. Q.
GENERAL MANAGER - B. 8. CLOUSTON
Head Office���Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from  $j.oo  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
G. A. HENDERSON,
Acting Manager.
STEw_ FIT'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
also General Llvory
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every Thursday lor Nicola lake,  Kamloops,
Princeton and way points at 6 a. m.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 a.m.
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday for Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
Every  Sunday   6 a. m., arriving Spences
Bridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
Every Tuesday and Friday for   Spences
Bridge at 6 a. m.
Every Friday fur Princeton at 6 a. m.
Special trips made by appointment.
Telephone connection with Kamloops
M. P. STEWART, Proprietor
McAULEY'S
Lkavis Spbnces Bridge
Every Tuesday et 6 e, m,, for NicoU
end way points, returning
LuvKH Nicou
Every Wednesday st 6 a. m., (or Spen
ces Bridge end way points,
Carrying Psssensgers snd Eiprees. Special Stages can be secured at any time
M. McAULEY,
Proprietor
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Horse Shoeing e specielty.
NICOLA LAKE. B. C
iiori is
DOMINION HOTKL, the best house In town
Headquarters for the Nicola, '-���"'--������l
und Granite creek stages. Kverj .
for travelers and commercial men. Excellent
table and well stocked bar. 0, J. Robinson &
Co.. proprietors, Kamloops
MONTREAL HOTEL, Kamloops, Napoleon
Latremouille. proprietor. First class In
eveiy particular. Good wines, Liquors and
clgers._ Stabling In Conner Hon.	
KAMLOOPS HOUSE, P. Herod, proprietor.
Meat stock uf wines, liquors and cigars in
the Interior. Just the spot fora nice cool re
freshing glass of beer. When in Kamloops
call In.
R. M. WOODWARD
SSiSjIs still doing business at the Old Stand. A
good stock of Lumber constantly on hand.
Orders promptly filled.
Lower Nicola, B. 0
GRAND PACIFIC HOTEL, Kamloops. The
nearest hetel to tbe railway station. The
only covuenient hotel for travelers. Qood
rooms, good table, good liquors. Two large
sample mollis P. A. Marnhan, proprietor.
 Good stabling in connection.       	
Q (KEN'S HOTEL, Kamloops, B. 0. Only
brick hotel in the city. Fine wines, liquors and cigars. Rates, II to $2.90 per day.
Everything ln connection with this hotel is
flrst class and up-to-date, Headquarters for
prospectors and miners Kvery accommodation
for guests. Quiet reading and smoking rooms.
Goon .'ahllngnn the pre" sea
NOTICE
Sixty days after date I Intend to apply to the
chief commissioner of lands snd works for per
mission to purcha-e 40 acres of mountain pasturage commencing at a post in irked A. Mc
Dongall's post No. 1 N. W. corner, thence south
20 chains, thence E 20, Ihence N 20. t hence VV to
chains to Initial poet. The land lies west of
New lake. A. McDOUGALL.
18th July, 1906.
ASHCROFT HOTEL. The most, convenient
ho'el for visitors in Ashcroft. The best of
table board. Hot ana cold baths. Our representative meets all trains.  Johnson t Perkins,
proprietors.
LOWER NIOOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL���
Ie prepared to take contracts for
sewing lumber and getting out
timber.
ttoaeiml Hill�� ontr-ru Eitented
PRICES MODERATE
I'.rtlee wishing work can have seme
promptly attended to by applying to
F. D. WOODWARD,
Lower Nicola, B. C
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NO'ICE
Aberdeen, Plymouth Queen. Manchester, Lon
d >n. Copper Belle and   King   Soloman s
Dream Mineral Claims     Situate In the
Nicola-Kamloops Mining Division of Yale1
Di.trict   Claims Iwalisl pear lit-MileCreek,
North Nicola
Take notice that I, 'ohn Clapperton. free!
miner's certtllra'e No. iciiW.1. intend,80 days;
from the date hereo', to apply to toe mining
recorder for a rert ideate of improvement, for
ihe p irpose of obtaining a crown grant of the
abut e claims.
And further lake notice that action, under
section 37, must be commenced before the lean-j
am'i of such certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 28th day of June. 1905
JOHN CLAPI'KRTON.
Ill
li'lWI
Unequalled ai a
��ii_)n)er Resort
Go"1- Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
8. KIRBY, Proprietor
QUILCHENA, B. C.
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker.Jeweler
KAMLOOP8, B. C.
All kinds of Watches, Clucks, Jewelry,
etc., kept io stock.   Wedding presents a specialty.
First class repairs done on short notice
end returned at once.
GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL, Ashcroft, Everything up lo-date, the house has lately
been remodelled and is now under new management. The bar is supplied with choicest
brands of wines, liquors and cigars. When In
Ashcroft, stop at tbe Urand Central, George
Ward, proprietor,	
NOTICE.
Thirty days after date I intend to applv lo th"
''hief Commissioner pf L-nds and Works for a
special licence to cut timber on Ihe following
described lands: Commencing at a post
marked 8. J. 8'�� northwest corner, adjoining
I. It, Mec I,; thence 120 chains snnth, thence In
chains east; I hence 120 chains north; thence 40
chains west, to initial post.
(J. J miLOMAN, Locator.
_Jline 21,1906.     t has, mthumb, Agent.	
Rosedale Holise, LroWer Nicola
 ,���
GENERAL STORE, POST OFFICE, EXPRESS
AND TELEPHONE OFFICE.       ���      -      -
S. J. WOODWARD
Slop at the
ROCKFORD HOUSE
RuBT   NfiiTT, Proprietor
Wheu   traveling   tea   the Nicola ro��d.
Convenient place fur travelers with good
sccunirn'iHstii n.
Otter Flat Hotel
Charles Deharro, Proprietor.
TULAMEEN CITY, . . ��� B. C
Headquarters for Summit, Rahhitt
mountain, Tulameen river, Bnulder, Bear
and Kelly creek camps. Good Fishing
and Huating.
P. 0. Address:   Aepen drove.
FOR CASH ONLY
GREAT REMOVAL SALE
Now is the Time to get Goods at Discount
All Boys', Girls', Misses and Women's
Slippers to clear cost price and under
F. E. BURNS
Kamloops, B. C.
NOTICK.
Thirty days after date I Intend to apply to the
chief commissioner of lands and works for a
special lic.inne to cut and carry away timber of
tn> following described lands commencing at a
poet one mile south west of the second corral
marked W. Detman and running SI chains
east, SO chains soulh. $0chains west, 80chains
north to point of commencement containing
M0acres. W. D_TMAK8,
Locator
June 19th, 1906. Dan Mclnnes. Agent.
Interior
or
La Morena
Cigars
(t'MliN  HIM)
Inland Cigar Mfg. Co.
KAMLOOPS. B C.
JAMES SMITH
GENERAL
BLACKSMITH
LOWER NICOLA, B. 0.
rooL
NOTICK
Thirty days after ria'e I intend to apnly to
the Chief Commissioner nf Lands and Works
for a licen.te to cut aid carry away timber f om
Ihe following described lands; Commencing at
a nost marked Minnie Mclnnes. and running
I" chains nort h; MO ch * In east; 10 chains si mi b.
Iflnchains west, lo point of commencement;
containing (HO ar ea.
MINMK Vi IN VK8, Locator.
June 19,1908.      Dan M< Innis. Agent.
Kamloops
T0NS0RIAL PARLOR
J. A. SCOTT, Prop,
MAM TOBACCO
NOTICK.
Thirty days after date I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
snctial licence to (tit timber on tbe following
described lands: Commencing at a post
marked C.S's northwest cornel, adjoining 11
Men-id's land on south side; thence south 80
chains; thence east 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; thence nest 80 chains to Initial post
June 21,1905. I'll AS. STIRLING.
All kinds of iep*ir work done in e
neat snd satisfactory manner end in short
notice.
Horseshoeing
IE
in
JU
The well known stallion,
Reggie M., will stand the season at the ranch of Peter Marquart. Courtnay Lake, B. C.
Terms: $20 at the end of the
season, pasture included,
Peter Marquart. THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NEWS
J. M. Benziei of Kamloops is in Nicola
o;i a business trip.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
3010  Westminster   Road
VANCOUVER, B. C.
A tennis tournament   will   be held at   H. ('. I.r<>�� n Mm It   nl  I ��� nil   and
the Coutlee hotel courts on Saturday22nd. 0"". nlal Tree*.
Apple Trees; 2 and it jear oloV fl5 lo $20 per
������������������ 100. aivordingto variety.   One-)ear olds, I lo j
" feet. |10 to $12 perHIO.
Mrs. Horton of   Vancouver is visiting   .___,���_��� __.__J_!_I__f__"  ''"V!1-
*   Apricots, etc., now g'owmg for fall orrjirs,   No
with her parents at Cenford, Nicola road.   Kpnee, k���iordeUj of fumlgktioa or laeper.
tion.   Li) me pri'V your lisi before placing > our
___________ order.   Catalog fre ���
Greenhouse hunt-. Moral Work, Bee Supplies, Kruit Packages, Fertilizes, sir,
M J  HhXKY,
Wtestminsicr Road,      Vancuvkk. H   C
RILEY HOUSE
NICOLA LA���fc B.C.
Mrs. H. Matthews of Quilchena is in
Nicola visiting with her parents, Mr. and
Mis. W. Riley.
A. B. Morris representative of the
McClary Co. was in Nicola this week doing busiuess for his firm.
Harness
and   Saddlery
Now is the time to bu) your Har
nets and Saddlery. I have in
stock a full line ii gimil-soi'ii'ilii
to the trade. Saisfactiuii guar
allied.    All kindt of
Htl'tlltlM.
Hart.ess, Bouts, Shoes, etc., done
neatly and promptly.
N. J. BARWICK,
NICOLA LAKK,      -      ���      B.C.
H H. Woodward of L'wer Nid la ��a
in town this week visiting with his dauh'h
ter Mrs. A. R. Carrington.
First class hoard and Judging hy the
day week or month. Kerry attention
given to the travelling public.
Mk.s   IniT   PriitiM..truss
M.'TI   ���.
I
Thirty days after diie I intend In apiiti n
thechii f commissioner of lands md wnrks fora
; special lie. nee to i hi dint cu' rj awav limber on
___________ ! Ft foi owing described tends eiiuated on the
1 north side of Nicola lake atiout opposi ���   U i .
i���beiln Week, ami about mn-  mile from llle lasc
Mr.   and   Mrs.   0.   B.   Armstrong nf   commencing at a post marked (I   h. Murphy'-
T x"    i c     j      ���     ��t     ,   I and running 8 ��l, W lim, N 411. K lflll containing
Lower   TSicols   spent  Sunday in  Nicola , ..jiiamn. I'omm-ncingat a post at north Weil
with Mr  and  Mrs   A   K   How.p roriuir markcil (J. It. .Murphy anil ruDDMf ���
11 ID chains, VV lliu, 8 40, K 100 to Initial nost"_
lainingtllOai'res. (J, II. Ml It   HY,
Ni'oln l���ke, July 1'ith, 1001 Locator
!i. Tingley, Agent.
R. M. Woodward at Lower Nicola ha-
about completed a large addition to his
barn behind the store and the Rnsedalt
House.
NO TICK.
Thirtv days after dele I intend to apnly t<
thechief commissioner of lands and works'fm
a special li'ense to cut und curry away ti" be
-��������������� I of  ihe following desoHbed la.ds situated oa
'he  rorth side of Nicola lake and about opt-o
Frank Woodside of Vancouver was a *���_'tlliv��n creek and imencliw at a pr.
i marked ��, K Hiirns and ruiiiiing sont'i In
visitor to Nicola yesterday looking over , ch.in- west MO, mrili 10, east IdOto initial posi
_    __Li      ��� ia    j        ���    ��"*' ining liio acres,  Commencing at aims
the   district.     He   returned* today  via  at tbe north eaateirner ��n1 running north tfl
s;,,������ . ,u It., I,,   I    ii.i ,t__���, ��� , chains, wesi H��i. n ill, nasi liin lo init'ill [io-i nn
bpences Bridge by McAuley I stage. aining640acres. W. K. HI'KNS.
I .oralor
8. Tingley, Agenl.
Nicola, July 15th. 190.5.
F.G. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CARRIAGE AND WAliON WORK
Horseshoing done in a
first class manner, direful attention given to this
branch of the business.
All Work Guaranteed
.     ARRIVING EVERY WEEK
FRESH6RQGERIES
We have constantly on hand
^   Hardware, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Miners' Supplies, etc.
At Right Prices
NllTICE.
M BEATTIE
Accnuiitan'.Coinmiss m,Insurance
and General Agent.
Main (street Kamloops
A full Stock of the
LAKE OF WOODS FLOUR
on hand.   This is considered one of the best brands on
the market.
A few Pieces left of Blousings and
Waistings
Bargains are still on.
A. I CARRINGTON
General Agent Excelsior Life Insurance Co.
Notary Public.
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
" I r PAYS TO DEAL WITH US"
Frank Armstrong a well known druggist   at   Kamloops, died   in thiiinwuia                                                                            . , , ,          . .   ���
K'                        T ^        ���    Thirty days afte date I Intend to apply tn   If Voil \Vl't J\ liV 11)1 DO
thereon Tuesday night.     The cause of  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and fiork��l '       ' _*%vu __*W l '-
his death was paralysis.
D. R. Harris of   Victoria   returned tu
for a s.ieial lieen e fo cut and carry awa
limber from ihe fillouing descrilicd lands:
Commencing at a po-t mar cu (' H. Tingle)
ai d running Ml 'liams ea t: 80 chains smiili; 80
cuains wesi; 0 chains norih topoint of commencement, con aining tilil *rre-.
AlB ' cunoiiencii gat I cm nheast corner anil
town Monday after a several days visit to ! P-nlia H chslni east; HI chains km _; I
n      i     t   i      n r,   I j chain-west; su hains north  lo point of com
the Douglas Lake  tattle Co. a ranches, , sisioament uonialolnt MOacisa,
returning tu the coast the same day. :   Julllj ,5 IM8     ' 'l)AN Mci'nCs.' Agenl' '
\l) tlrC
NOTICE
Pic.,... r>    I ����n   ��� ���    i iv   n  i     n     Thirty davs after dale I intend toapplvtc
George O.  Lyall, son of \\. C. Lyall  ,.���,. (.hlJ.f Sm-i-loner oi Lands and Work-
manager   of the   A.   E.   Howse & C"
for a special liecVe 'o cut and carry awa;
iinlie:   trim  the f,-Ilnv\in^c described  IhiuIs:
store at Princeton, paused through Niculi I Commencing at a jy-st marked K .1 rVett.s it
mi        , .. .       running 811 eh ins we-'; so chains soulh;  -i
on   Ihursday evening  on his way to visit   nhain��ea.|;*ichaiiis north   tn point of coin
with hia relativna ' ",en emenl, containing lllll acres.
Al-o em _ ing at n ithw,sl corner am
running 8(1 i hains weal; 811 chains sunn; Kn
cii ins nasi; sin hains nor li, m poini of can
ineucenient, containing lilll icres.
K. J. sKKLt'T, Looator,
June !."�� UK        Dan McInnks, Agent,
CARPENTER
,ine, semi your work to the under-ign *l
ill orders timshed in a workiuaiislii|
manner,    (.'alutiet work a specialty.
J. H. boORWOB,
Li.tn Nn .iv B 0
Mrs, and Miss Ensley of New West
minster and Miss Eva Woodward, who
has been attending Columbian College t|
NOTICE
.. i    ThT y days after date I mimd to anply In
the   same   city, are   visiting at   Harvey   .hediief i ounui-ioner of I ar.ds and Work
W odward's, Lower Nicola,
Miss   Lettuce   wh
with   Mrs  Chapman near Cootie's, left
for a siocial licence, to Col  and carry a��
i timber fro e the  fodoivinc decribed   lands,
_____ situated on the easi  ide of   lu"cii Ike rnai
and commencing at a p it marked E,<'nnalH
! mid running 80 ch .in- son'h; 811 chains ca t.W
has heen visitinr/  chains north; 80 chatt a 'c-i. to point of oooc
inei,cement. Cniilainiiig lilll acre-.
Also conimencing si   a   p st   n arked    t
Ntcola Wednesdav mornino for h��r home   r<"lsin"'' at the noilhwest Co ner. and running
.ncuia ��eaiiesuay morning lor ner nonie  ajohahtssoothi80rbaln<seat:80chains north
in Victoria.   She was accompanied as far *" 'lmi"   _*��� '" f0'"' * coiume oemsBl
roniaining lilll acns.
WATCH REPAIRING
All kinds of Watch, Clock
and Je��elry rei airs done in
first class order and satisfaction i.'iisrantced. All work
entrusted to our cire will he
completed and returned *ith-
i ut delsy I
W. 'I. < .UI'IIU.I, A <0���
Kamloops I
C, I'. It. Time ln-|ieciors.
ss Ouilchena by Mrs, T. and Mi��o Car
rington.
Lower Nicola Portable Sawmill.
F D. Woodward, proprietor of tin
Lower Nicola Portable Sawmill has his
out6t about four miles north of Lowu
Nicola culling timber. He is getting in
an up-to date planer which will he in
readiness in a short time and the supply
of first-class lumber increased. Mr
Woodward is prppared h) lake contract*
to saw lumber or getting out timber and
will attend to all kinds of mill work entrusted to him.
June l.i, Una
V.. COI'SINS, Locator.
I)A.< McInUM, Agent.
n
"The Peoples Store.'
Our leadeis in Teas are Marigold, Na
bib and Salada���til favorites. Fresh
groceries arriving every *eek. We ex
pect to have the soda fountain in full
blast ny end of the week. A. R. Car
rington. ���
Where Merit Wins.
More than 80 per cent, or four fifths
of the pianos sold in the Interior of the
Province during the past three years
have been Mason & Risch [ ianos. This
fact should assist you in the purchase of
ymir piano. Old instruments taken in
ei 'hange a�� p irt payment, snd easy terms
on kalance when desired. C. V Jones, i
general repre<entative, hesdijliartera at
Rcvslstoke, B. C. t
Blackberries
Currants
Apricots
Raspberries
Peaches
Plums
Prunes, etc
Leave your orders with us
and we will ship when fruit
is best and cheapest
MuLEAN & CO
KAMLOOPS
VACATION
Means ynu want a
I^OIMK
'I ake pictures of the places-
\ou go to and the people you
meet,     Hall the pleasure b
lost without one.     We have a
i omplete stock
SMITH BROS
BOOKSTORE
K'tinlo") I 'iixl VttniMii
Ajri'iiis for KtiH'niiiti Kodrirv-and Supplier.,
\oi ICE
Thirty ���TS afier dale I In'ond tnapplyto
iliecliof comnii^-ioner of land* and work-fur
,i -|ici ml lieeii-e 10 i in unil c.nrj awaj timtier
t om the foUowlnff di-criluil area cotnmeiicintr
it a posi marked H. T Creelman two d0��
-omh of Nicola river und runninn SO chains N.
su chains K. X chain- souih.Kll chains W io
point of ciiinmence   cni conlumiiiK (KH acres.
,\|-o conneeiiciiiKii' a i��"-t S. W. corner, and
iiiniiinu su chaiim N. kii obalu t, SlichaiiH, s,
all chain- W lo point of iiunmenoement con-
MalotMOacrN 8, T, I KKKLMAN,
Ixicaior,
June��h, IW. nan Mclnnes. Agent:
NOTICE
Thirtydays after datolin'end toappplyto
ihe chief coniniis-ioner of lands and work-for
a -pecial licence lo ml und earn away timher
from Hie follnwiiiK described land, ootnoienclDg
^t a pos' marked holpli Kyall situate iibmil two
miles>onth nf the Nicole river and running*)
chains S, WI chains VV, N chains N, ��i chain- K,
in point of commencement containing1 lilll scree,
Alsi. couinieiicinst at a po-t at tht H, K. ost
ner and r nniiiK ��0 chains J, NO chains \V, HI
chains S, 80 chains Ktopo ntofoonimcnceincnt
.UOacros. UOLI'H FYAIX.
UOCmOt,
June _u.h, 19__t. Dud Mclnnes, Aumt.
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.
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Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.   First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
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