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THE NIGOLA
Vol. I.  No. 27.
NICOLA, B. G, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16,1005.
a Tear.
SUNDAY TRADING
ooavnoH dibcubsbd from ova
ponrr of vurw.
Why On*   -tot-keeper   Should   Vet
Overlook Any   Bualne** While
Another la Open teOet the
*J_U-hty Dollar.
Editor Th* Nioola Hertld, Sir; Diver*
ptopls have, duriag th* p**t tew week*.
been grutly ue*rci**d beotute eerttin
ttoret in th* Valley remain open Sondtys.
Oerttinly there is * great desl tn bt
���aid againat Sunday trading, yet at the
time time it it ilmoat impossible to draw
��� bird ind htt line. Upon ordintry
occasion* th* storekeepers scarcely ever
r*f u*ed a customer who bad driven ten 01
more mile* on th* 8abb*tb day for the
���iprees purpose of obttining go ds.
Mew that * series of railroad camps are
teattertd throughout th* valley, it is tl
most imperative for' storekeepers to open
up for at least part of the eebnath. The
average railroad man ha* only ont day in
the week upon whioh he ii able to tran
net privtte hoiine**, snd thtt dty conns
between 8atnrday and Monday. Even
railroad men have homes and loved ones;
tre these mtn to be deprived of facilities
for tending away their hard earned pa j,
or tre thty to be compelled to ran the
risk of losing it ill it th* hand* of tome
unscrupulous comrade, or to be suhjeeteo
to th* temptation of passing a brightly lit
laloon when in possession of ample fandt.
It it unfortunate that tb* storekeepers
tannot tgree among themselves ts to their
hours of Suaday trading, but such tn un
ehrittiin spirit of rivalry it tbroad
where ever two or three storekeepers are
gathered together, that unity fnr good or
evil it neit to impossible. At tht prwent
time than I* more cash in circulation in
tb* dittrict thin ever before tnd no ont
can b* surprised if storekeepers tnd others
ttkt thought to gather in tt much of the
golden harvest as possible. Most of th*
opposition to Sundsy trading conies from
those who tre not yet within the golden
ion*, but their time will come, tnd we
���hall than ��������� if their door* remain eloted
when ohtquss tnd cub tr* on tb* (loop
wiiting to be taken in.
One thing is absolutely certain ind thit
it that no on* would be mora pleased to
tea universal 8undty doting thin the,
Man Behind Thi Couxtm.
A Little Brown Boy.
Editor Hertld;���Allow me to have the
pleasure to spare me few lines in your
paper.
I questioned the other day tn one of
the Orientilt why he would not go to
thurch, but bis immtdiatt intwer mad*
B* feel diipleuure.
Editor Sir; I heard that one of onr
kinsmen wu praised by multitude on account of his demeanor tt tucb and inch a
thurch thru w**k* ago lut Sundty.
But if th*y praised hit belief not hit no
parent conduct I eipress a hearty glad
Oh, huvtn; If thou boldest the all
nationi equally, I implore th* to spread
thy many upon them all, to let them
real thy wordt and hear thy speeches
freely no matter they were rich or poor.
Believer* or huthene.
Bt a LiTTU Bmwh Bot.
Nicol*, Not. IStb, 1906.
Martial Law for Poland.
A St. P*t*nbnig dupatrh says: Mir
_illiwwillb*dMl*rad throughout Pol-
Md    It bu been dultradtt Kroonstadt.
DRAW- POIBOKBD BBBR
Va_oc-T*r M_a Dead aad Hi* Wife
Barely AU-a.
Mr. Thorn.* Jackaon, of 12H4 Melville
st. Vancouver, i* dead, and hi* wif* is
not yet ont of danger u the runlt of a
Sundsy morning drink.
Th* circumstance* surrounding th* case
art *ic*fdingly peculiar, The atattmiut
of netr friends who had lived with them
for montht tnd known them for year*,
wu that thty wtr* a very happy ooupl*.
Th* indicationi were thtt both had
suffered from poison, and at the coroner
tiiggtited th* evident- pointed to etry-
B-atf-K
Th*y htd been in tpparent good health
and spirit* on Sttnrdiy night and with t
friend, hid chatted and joked and had *
cup of tea. In tht morning Mr, Jackson
*id h�� would ttkt some Epson! ults, t
common phytic with him, tnd got t bottle
i.f bur from t package thtt had been ob>
ttined the night before. This be opened
gave hit wife t glass and ottered one to
Mrs. John, hit m��ther in law. She declined snd he took the balance of the pint
bottle.
Mr. tnd Mrt. Jtckton completed their
Iresting snd wsnt downstair* for bruk
fast Thay were both in th* kitchen,
when Mr*. Jaekaon complained of being
ill. Shertly after both dropped to tbe
floor. J ck-on wu detd in tn hour tnd
\ half afterward. Mrs Jackson on whom
a stomach pump wu used, is still alive
and may recover.
The beer wu libeled "Red Cross
Lager B**r, bottled for the Gold Seal
Liquor Co."
The convulsions, which tt hi Mid the
victims wsnt through, ths ��tt*mpts to
vomit with th* result of ths bringing up
only * frothy slims, til point lo strychnine poisoning.
As soon u there wis no doubt thti
Mr. Jackson wat detd the police tnd o��r
oner were notified wbo summoned t jury.
After htaring two witnesses it was decided to tdjourn the eau for t week.
Coroner McQuigm espUined to the jury
that to far the cut wu on* of th* m<n<
serious that h* had had to dstl with for t
long, long tiro*. It would be necessary
to have an adjournment for a pott mor
tern tnd alto to have the beer tnd ttlta
���mlyi 1 Th* mttter might be one of
suioide, or murder, or it might be one of
tdulterttion, in which th* whole oora-
munity were Interested. He could not
���ay that th* matter would be ready to go
through to a finieh in a we*k. Analysts
seimetirnei took t long while to finieh up
meh t piece of work. The jury ire held
pending farther invettigttlont.
FORGEING AHEAD
J. P. MoConnell tnd J. Millar returned
from 8pencet Bridge thit weak and sr*
looking over the Aipen Grove aection.
Barclay Bonthome ind 0. W. Rafatt
ol Vancouver, tpent a few day* in Nienla
thit week, ind alto viaited propertns tt
Tht Forkt tnd Coutlee.
J. H. F iter, representing Kellr,
Dooglit A Co., tad C. V. Jons* representative of the Msson A Risch plinot
were in Nioola this week doing basin*-
for their firms.
8tu*rt Henderson M. L. A. for Tilt
and MUe Henderson arrived by special
stage at noon today, Mr. Henderson
will spend several dty* in this section.
A. W. Strickland, manager of tb* Bank
of Montreal, Nicolt bu in hit peasetiion
a faossmile of the issue of the London
Tim** of November 7th, 1806, with the
account of the death of Lord Ntlton ind
the Btttle of Trafalgar.
HIOOLA    ATHLBT1C     ASSOCIATION
RECEIVINO LIBB-AL SUPPORT.
Football and Turkey Shoot on the Program.  Vacancy of President to
be PUled Next Oeneral
Kaettac
At t general muting of th* Nienlt
Athletic Association held in the Hank of
Montreal building, Nicola, on Saturday
avtning t large number of members war*
present, including lady mem tiers, greti
tnthutiim bring shown.
Tbe ehur wu ttkta by tb* vi*e president, A. W. Strickland, snd after the
minute* of I he previous meeting* had been
read the ordinary business wu brought up
Ths resignation of K H. Winny u presided wu reeiivcd witb regret. Mr. Winny
not fssling that he could take tn active
mrt in th* affairs of th* Association asked
that hit ruignition be accepted, but ke
would todetvor to do ill he could for the
etssoeittion.
On motion th* nomination tnd election
of t president wti lift ovtr until the next
genertl meeting.
Communication! were alio retd from
Mr*. Pooley, tnd John Cltpperton,
Victoria.
A few amendments wire mtdt to the
by-laws, after comidcrabl* discussion on
each amendment.
Thru trustees were elected to hold if
'rust for tht asaocistion any land or property which mty He atqaired. Tb* tru*.
teesare A.W. Strickland. Rev. W Gorier
tnd Ric A. Fraur,
The matter wu alee brought up thtt til
members should weir the club colors t'
ctlebrttioni snd competitions under tbe
auspice* of tb* latooistiin. Members
can receive the color* of tb* association
from tho isorettry for i tmtll ftc.
The meeting tfter t very interesting
two houn sdjourned.
The following events tre on hind it
pretent:
Football mttch Nioola vs. Coutlee, on
Winny's field Fridty. 17th.
Turkey shoot, Quilchena, on Saturday
Nov. 26th. Tht committee htve been
very fortunate in securing tbout t doten
of the but turkeys. Don't miss this
event.
A muting of the eiecutive committee
will be held on Tueedty svsning, 21*t.
A muting of the Lawn Tennis Club
wu held in tbe court house, Tuesday eve
ning to discuss the tdviubility of disband
ing. After t short discussion tbou pr*
unt decided to turnover the uuts of lhe
club to the Nicola Athletic Association,
to here after superintend the affair* u
far u ths Lawn Tennit club it concerned.
A muting of the Nioolt Hockey Clnb
wu held immediately tfter the Lawn
Ttnnit Club tnd followed suit tnd tarned
over itstttettand liabilities totheN.A. A.
A, 0. F. RBOBPTION
Will Bn tertaln In Pooley* Hall on Friday November, 24th.
After the nest regultr muting of
Court Nicola, A. 0, F. on Fridty evening, November 24th, in "it home" will
be held to friends of the member*. During th* evening gtmu of different kinds
will be indulged In, Interspersed by
music md tinging, tfter which refreeh-
menu will served. A general good time
it tipeeted and the sommlltu in charge
intend doing their utmost to make everyone hive t pleaunt evening.
FOOTBALL.
The Oame Laat Saturday Waa a Good
All Bound Oame.
The football game held oa 8*terdiy
afternoon lut under the luepicu ol the
Nicolt Athletic Association proved t grtst
luoceu. Th* gam* wu played on Broad-
hent't field and in til there were about
���ightun pltyers. Both sidu put up t
ttubborn gtmt ind pltyed remarkably
good bill cieiimlerlng th* pltyen wire
not in strict training. Th* pm* resulted
in a win fnr Mr. Kimpton'i tidt by t leort
of 4 goals to 2.
W. G. Murray on behalf of th* football
club of the as-nciation this wuk unt t
ohillenge to Coutltc playere for a game to
he held tt Nicola nn Friday afternoon
Tht challenge hu been accepted and all
preparations art being made fur t good
alien is ���p.rr.   The game will start ti
3 o'clock.   Refreshment* will be served
i in the grounds.
OTTER FLAT NOTES
RAILW A T BURVB Y PABTT MAXIMO
OOOBPBOOB
Railway-ten Scrap.
M'dw��y, Nov 16 Olese upon fiv* bun
��� red mtn In th* employ of the 0, P. R.
sad V. V. A E Railways at Midwiy laai
��� eek were engaged in fighting for tuprem
try and right of way ovar a disputed tee
tion of ltnd in the vicinity of Midwiy
along the routt both roadt purpost to
follow into the Similkameen.   Piekt aid
ahovvlt ire the favorite wespnnsaud seve-
ral timet revolver shots hiv* bean brad.
Sevtrtl arraets have been made of men
alleged either to have ueed gunt or htd
revolver! in their possession.
Bellied barricade* erected by tb* op
loosing parties hundradt of man fact uch
other, and lut night several encounter*
took piece when one or other party would
attempt to work under cover of dirkntat.
Sheriff Wood of Ktmloopt hu gont to
the Mem tnd with provincitl contttbles
will tndutor to quieten matters.
Looking Over The Work.
R. Marpole superintendent of tb* Pacific division nf the C. P. R tnd H.J.
I'amliie, tht chief enginur, trrivtd at
Cootie* on Monday tfttrnoon looking
onr theconatrncton work which is going
on, They visited thi Forks tnd looked
over the ground in the vicinity of Char-
ters ranch. They returned to 8p*no*e
Bridge nut morning. Mrs. Mtrpol*
tccomptnied her husband on th* trip.
Fruit  Package*.
Notice is given tbst st s meeting of th*
Board of Horticulture held on the 31*t
of October lut it wu resolved thtt th*
fol o��ing word* be tdded to rule 6 of (hi
rulu ind ngulstioni of the board of
horticulture, vis:���
"No ptrse.n or firm thtll uu for my
purpou, other thtn futl, any boi barrel
nr packigt, which tktll hav* contained
Imported fruit.
Worklnf  From   Ooqaahalle  ato-unlt
Down to   Otter   ValUy.  Public
School Opened at Skoo-
fcum IllAhla
Tb* V. V. A E. rarvey party ar* __k-
Ing good progress ind ar* working frost
Coqutballa tummit down to Otter Valley.
Packer, Luke Gibson is camped st D��n
McKay'* and can easily make the trip in
with supplies ln on* day.
Ed. Tingley, road man, hu hi* cabin
near completion and tipectt to appoint
hit reeeptioD day at an early data.
D*a McKay htd tb* miefnrtune to fracture t tmtll boot of hit leg lut wuk, bat
is miking ettufat' ��ry | rogru to recovery.
Oner Vtlley it nnw tally oeeapUd by
rancher* from Otttr Flat to th* Canyon,
and during brush is th* order of t_e
dsy. Tbe Valley is ueond to none u e
hsy snd grain producer and vegetables of
all kind* do wall. Mild winter* trt tha
rult, notwitb standing t hanvy mo* fall
one* in * number of yurs.
The new uhool bouu st Shook oat
Illahie is completed tnd t teacher hu
bttn appointed. Tb* opening of a uhool
>n this section fills s long felt want. In-
���pector Gordon on hi* laat visit reported
favorably for It, and the ptrtntt along the
road donated aad tseitted In building the
school bous*.
Achilay Todd, tha sminaal miniag ex.
pert ie inspecting sua* of th* prospests
m thi* Migbborbood. H* ���tpeet* u
visit Quilckent at in early data.
Grand Trunk Tennlnu*
Tb* uaet location of tne Pacific ter-
minu of the Gnnd Traak Pacific, bu
net yet bean definitely decided on, not
withstanding all reports to the contrary.
That it will be some where in the vicinity
of Port Simpson may be taken for s Milled fact, ba' whether on Kai*n Island or
on th* mainland is a mttter thtt it tt pre
uat it itsut bttwun tb* Indira department of the Dominion government and
the official* of th* Grand Trunk Pacific.
So said Hon. H*nry R. K-msrsoa minister of railways and canal* fo* th* Dominion of Ctnadt who arrived from the
K-st, Mcompanied by a party of friend*,
who hav* been on t lengthy tour of inspection ovtr nearly all railways of Oaa
idt. Mr. E-merson uyt th* ttrmintl
will be located, 'be hopes, ueit spring^
wk*n he will go north with Mr. Mora*.
Alberta Blectlon*.
Only on* Conurvstiv* hu bun returned in Alberts, Hiebert nf Rnetbud though
Robertton of High Rlv*r mty possibly
win. Tht house it tipeeted to divide 23
Llberilt, two Oonurvitivu. Sbermtn
ltbor candidate, Pinoher Cruk, buten in
final returns tad Mareellus, Liberal wu
elected.
Th* Telford Oa*_
Sabteribt for the Herald, ft per year.
For th* psst season ther* hu been a
gnat Ion of horse* netr ths tout by
gltndtri tnd thit dltets* hu now gained
t foothold la partt of the Okanagtn. Dr.
Tolmit, provincitl vetintry Inspector,
lut wuk csussd tht killing of tbout 20
horiuon Oktnagtn Lake, while othtr
cum hive heen detected tnd mtny hortei
placet* under quarantine.
At tht tfttrnoon sitting of ths Fall
Court st Vancouver lut Wtdnuday th*
bench wu occupied by Justices Irving,
Msrtio tnd Duff    Tht Telford cat* wu
ths brat ssm tsken up, their Lot-ships
agreeing unamimoualy to sastsin ths appeal againtt thi judgdmtnt of Mr Juilict
Morrison who reverted the decision of
th* Medical Awocia-on thti Dr Telfordt
nam* should he struck from the roll
The jadgment of the fell oourt sustains
ths decision of the Medical Council.
Againat Turkey.
A London dupatcb uyt: It it officially
announced thtt tb* powers have agreed to
a demonstration tgtinst Tartiy shonli
th* Port* ntrsfct In lit* refuul to Intngn
rat* fin��n*1il reforme in Macedonia.
Great Britain snd Germany ar* included
The Atlantic fleet hu bun ordered to r*
main at Gibraltar pending ordsrs. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Published -very Thursday
Subscription, ln Advance. t- a Year
Nfoou. aC. N'ovi-BtR It 1U��
LIFE INSURANCE.
The state superintendent of
insurance for Missouri last
Wednesday suspended the certificate of the New York Lile
Co. to do business in that state.
Owing to the recent investigat
ions going on, the state super
intendent says that he has
"cause to suspect and does suspect and believe that the funds
of the said company have been
impaired by the diversion of
large sums for illegal and wrong
purposes and that further continuance of the said New York
Life Insurance Co., in writing
of life insurance in this state is
hazardous to the public and to
those who hold its policies.''
The people ol Canada should
take warning aud consider carefully where they place their
money for life insurance, as
the investigations going on in
New York have shown up the
leading insurance companies of
the States as being a nest of
grafters and boodlers.
All Canadian insurance com
panies are reliable and the report of the government can be
depended upon. Patronize
home companies and your
money will be safe and families
depending on the protection to
be obtained from same will receive their full amount.
Last week the medical association had a session at Victoria when twenty-five appeared for examination to secure
licences to practice in British
Columbia. Eighteen were sue
cessful. Out of this number
surely there is a chance to rib
up a law suit of some kind as
undue influence is always credited by those who are the unsuccessful.
The elections in New York
city are interesting events
Thirty thousand voters who applied for ballots at the mayoralty contest were refused, their
names having been previously
voted.
Something seemed to drop
pretty hard over in Alberta and
Saskatchewan last week at the
provincial elections.
More Birthday Honor-
King Edward eilehratvd his birthday
last Thursday st Sendringhem. Cnngrs
tu'story tslcgrsms prurtd in from sll
parti of tht world
Among the King's birthday honor* th*
names of th* following Cansditnt tre
notrd: Stnttor Cowm, K.C. M.O : com
modor* Ptgtt, K C. M 0 for hit strriou
in connection with th* French Nt" found
���nd difficulty major general Lak*, Ottl
���a, CM.O: Wm. Stundtn, director ������(
Canadian eiperimentsl f*rm��, Otttwt,
C M 0 : Dr. A ft. Doughty dominion
irehivjit, Oitiwi, C. M. ft,: leint*nant
Htnry 0. Ptllttt, Toronto, knight
bachelor.
The Nicola Athletic Association for the promotion of amateur sport, is receiving the liberal support that an association
of its kind should. Several
donations have been made and
are being put into a separate
fund, to be used for the erec
tion of a club building. An
association of this kind does a
great deal for the welfare of
the young people, and the en
couraging and advancing of
healthy sport has its effect The
officers and committee havr,
we believe, propositions on
hand to make the association a
solid factor in Nicola.
The Monetary Times in its
last issue has a timely article on
the wages and employment in
Canada. It says: One thing
to be remembered in connection with the average wage-
earnings of the industrial classes in Canada, as stated in the
census reports, is the fact that
many, probably most, of the
industries, is considerably smaller than it needs to be. It can
be said with reason that, to a
considerable extent, the average wage earnings )f industrial
workers might be appreciably
increased.
BRUSHES j
for the *
HAIR
Ws hive many different styles
of hair brushes���well made hruihet
witheolid backi tnd long "live"
bristlu clinched in. Ntiural wood
celluloid nr silver mourned lurks
tnd handles. Wt will tike pleu.
ur* in (howing them to you.
From 50c to $5.00 each t
SUNBURN
Relieving
COLD CREAM
Is most Cooling
Quickly rellevM sunburn, wind-
burn, chafing, prickly heat, nettle
rash md all other summer skin
irritations. C<>nling��� soothing���
healing, perfectly pure. Delicately
perfumed. A delightful (mitt
necestiiy.
-TBI- K
MALLERY DRUG GO |
a. c.    *)
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NOTICE
To Hunters
Notice is her. 7 given thtt hunliug or
shooting on tht property of (he Douglas
Lak* Cattle Company is forbidden. Any
person or persons hunting or shooting
on th* ibovt property will be prosecuted
under the sections of tbe (Same Act.
J. B. Gmavbs.
KAMLOOPS, A8HCR0IT.  YAI.K AMD
H1M1I.KAMKRN MINING DIVISIONS OF YAI.K DISTRICT.
NOTICE Is hereby riven that all placer mining t-l-lniH legally held la the Kamloops,
Ashcroft, Yale and Similkameen Mtn'ng IHv
Moos will be laid over from tbt lut day nf
November ensuing; to the 1st day of May, 1906.
O. V. TIJN8TALL,
Gold Commlseioner.
Kamloops, October 16th, 1905.
NOTICE.
Official Administrator's Act
In re Kttate of
ANT01NE GODEY
TRNDKI.s will be received by the under
signed for the purchase of the Cattle, Horses
and other personal property, and the real estate of the late Antolne Godey.  Terms cash.
Particulars thereof may he obtained from
Peter Marquart, Nicola, a 0,
ALEC D. MACINTYRR,
Offllcal Administrator, County of Yale,
 Kamloops. B. C.
NOTICE.
HI j! y dm - after dale I Intend to apply to the
chief oommMoner of lands and works for permission to purchase (Ho acres mountain pasture
land, described as follows: commencing at post
Nn. 1, M K. Tkynne's 8. R. corner, thenoe N M
chains, thenoe ar ID chains, theme 8 Wiihulna.
thence R DO rhalns. The land Is situated In
Otter Valley and adjoint R. Dndd's preemption.
19th Oct. 1906. M. ft. THYNNR.
_*_ o. w.
COURT NIOOLA, No. N31, A.O. r"., meets
second and fourth Frldsv In each month
at 0 p.m.. In I'ooley'> Hall. Visiting brethren
cordially invited.
RlC. A.  KlletHKH. I'. R.
A. H. Cakkinoton. Sec.
Notice.
Notice Is hereby given that ft days after date
I Intend to apply to the Hone the ( hief Com.
ml-sloner of landn and Wnrks for permission
to purchasr the following described land situated one mile and one half N of the Lower Nlceile
pt��t office.
Commencing at aixiet marked C.F. thence W
forty chains, ihence South fo ty chains, thence
Rest forty chain*, ihence North to point of
ommencement and co��ta>nli>g forty acres
more or Ins*.
Dated at Lower Nicola this 21st day of September, 1905.
       ��� C. FLI'-R..
l.l-ITID
KA-LOOrs.
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
1889-1906
H-W WBSTMINSTMR, B. 0.
Ksv. VV. J. 8imtiLL, B. A . B.D.
Rev. J. P. Bowell, Bursar.
A complrtt c mmercial tad business
course. Student* preptted to gain teach
ts certificates of ill grid**. In univer
���Ity work i full course for tb* B. A. de
gre* of Toronto University.
Instruction given in Music, Art, Phyi
oal Culture tnd Elocution.
Send for Calendar
Notice.
Thirty days after date I Intend tn annly to
the chief Commissioner nf lands and works for
a licence tn prospect for coal nn the following
described lands. Commencing at a postmarked
H.F. Argust H, W rnrner, being at lb* 8. R.
��� nrner of A.". Jacobs en*< claim thence Nor'h
80 ch line thence Easi SOrhaliis, Ihence south 80
chains thence West 80 chains to point nf commencement.
���  IK. Argust, Locator.
Coutlee, B. C. Oct. 4 Wos.
rommenclngat a post marked A. S. Jai-ohs
belngal the sT.I corner nf K _ Harrows coal
claim ihence running North 80 chains, Ihence
V, esi 80 chains, thence South 80 chains, thence
Rast 80 chains, to point of commencement.
A s. JACOBS, locator.
U.T. Argust. Agent
coutlee, Oct. 4 1904.
Commencln* at a post marked. R U Harrow 8. K. Corner, being at the N R corner of B.
H. Trumbull claim, thence running North 80
chains, thenc* *w 80chains, thence South 80
rhalns, thence East 80 chains to point of commencement.
_.'. DARROW, Locator.
___ B.F. argust, Agent.
Ceutlee. B. C Oct. | h-i.
Commencing at a SM marked M. Harrow N.
W. corner, being al the 8 W corner nf Mrs. R
Trumbull's c ���*! claim, thence running south
80 chains, thenoe Kast 80 chain', thenoe North
80 chains, thence West K) chains lo point of
com mincemeat,
M. HARROW, Locator.
_    . _        f��t, -rgust, Agenl.
Contlee, R C. Oct I 1005
('nmmenclniiat a post marked W. R. Stewart
S, W. corner, being st the 8. It oorner of B. F.
Argusl coal claim thence running*) chains,
ihence Rest SO ch ins, ihence South Wchalns lo
(he N. K. corner of Indian reserve near Omitlee
II r. ihence West jn chain-, thenoe aeuth 20
thenc* West 90 chains to point of commencement
W. R Stewart, Locator.
. .      B. F. Argust Agt
routlee. R C, Oct 4 -05.
Commencing at a post marked B. H. Trum-
hiill, N E. oorner, being on the west line of
Ind Reserre nearOonilee, 'hen running west lo
the N ft corner cf ooal locatlo* No. 16- (hence
���<oiith J40 chains, thence East to Ind Reserve,
thence North JO chains thenoe ��-��' 10 chains,
thenceNor'hiaOchalns to point nf commencement being all the land between ooal claims
No.s. 1814, 1147, 1(349 and the Indian reserve,
Consisting of about 810 acres,
RH. TRUMBULL Locator.
R F. Argust Agent
Coutlee, R C Oct 11906.
Commencing at a post marked Mrs. R Trumbull 8 W corner being the N. W. oorner cf M
Harrow coal location, thence North 80 chains,
>o the 8 W. nomer of 8. A. Cobb's coal local!m
thence East 80 chains thence Sooth so chains
thence West 80 chains, to point of beginning.
Mrs. R TRUMBULL, Locator.
R F, Argust Agt
Contlee, B. r. Ont 4 1906
Commenclng at a post marked 8. E. Cob-
being at the N. E. comer, of Indian Reserve
near Contlee thence running North 80 chains,
thenoe East 80 chains, thenoe South 80 chains,
Ihence West 80 rhalns thenc* North 80 chains
to point of commenoa)eat
8. E. Cobb, Lac-tor.
RF.ArgustAgt
Contiee, R C. Oct 41906.
I'rUNCBTON
NIOOLA
"WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW"
Arrived This Week a Carload of
Coal Oil
Also a Large Quantity of
Canned Goods
m
n
llj
GENERAL MERCHANTS
Forwarding Agents from Spences Bridge to all
points in Nicola and Similkameen.
Agents Nicola Townsite, Insurance Agents.
NICOLA
PRINCETON
METROPOLITAN
MEAT flARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Order* throughout th* District receive careful attention tnd promptly delivered
J-itlEU   POOI.KV 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
Horse Shoeing t specialty.
NICOLA LAKE, B.C.
Notice.
Notice Is hereby given that within siity dtrs
from date I intend making application to th-
Hon. Commissioner of Linda and Works tor
permission o purcl���*e3_ teres of ���*_���** land
In the Kamloops Division nf Vila DWriit;
nil uslMi as follows: Commencing at a stake tt
tho 8 W. corner nf the land; running ihence
Kast W chains, thence North <Vl chains, thence
West WI chains, thence South 40 chains, to the
point of commencement,
Geo. Bent
September, B, l��tt.
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that within silly days
from tat* 1 intend making application to lhe
Hon. Commissioner of Unas and works for per-
"liee-lon to purchaseM"sens of pasture land In
the Rsmlooi'S Division of Yale I Hslr ici. situated
as follow.,: Cotiimenrlnnat t stake at Hie N.W.
corner of Indian Iteserve on Quilchena Creek,
running theme South NO chains, then' e Weil
HOe-liaiiis, tliiioif N'rile ��e chains, thenc* kast
80 chains (o the point of commencement.
T. H. JONES.
September. 30th, 1906.
Notice.
Nntlrs II hereby given that within 60 says
from date I intend making application to the
Hon. Commissioner of Und. snd Work* for
permission to purchase 591 acres mor- or less of
mountain pasture ltnd in the Kamlnons Division of Yale IU*trict, st'nsted as follows, com
menrlng tttaeske 10 chains W, of the N. K
corner of sec 10 I'. 100: running thence K. 50
chains, thence N. 40chains, thence K. 40chains,
thence N. 45 chains more or less to stump Lake
-trace 8 W. along the K hank of Sump Lake
I0nchains to the point if oninmeomeiil. contain-*: HO acre* more or If���i. Also; nonim-m-
log tt S. K corner nf L OM U. 1. Uu ace North
15.75 chains, thenee Fast HI ��� halna.lh. nir Hoii<h
15 chains to the N. bank of Stump ���tke, theuce
West along Slump 1-kr 4" chains to the point
of commencement, conUinlig (0 tores more
'Ml
D-'I'M���DP���otT, -Va_J,  J_U9*
J. A. PALMKK.
MINERAL ACT
Certificate nf Improvemente.
NOTICE
Aberdeen Plymouth Queen. Manchei .������, |/>n-
d n. Conner Belle and   King  aolnmtai
Dream Mineral Claim*.    Hltuat^ In  I lis
Nicola-Kamloops Mining Division of Ysle
IllslrlcL    llainis located near 10 Mi m c,, k
North Nicola,
Take notice that I, John Clapperton, free
miner's certincaie No. B7��ML iatend, Hi days
from the date hereof, to apply to the mliiii'g
recorder for a certiflcate of Improvements, f �����
the iiurposeof obtaining a crown gram of'tb*
above cliiiins.
And further Uke notice t-ataclinn. Ueder
section 17, n.ust be commenced before tho isau
adceof suchriTlirirateof improvemenis
Dated this 15ih da) of September, 1005'
  JOHN CLaPP-KTOV,
MINERAL ACT.
Certi6eat�� ��� f Im|iroveni��nt*,
NOTICE
Copper Standsrdand Amelia Mineral Cltlma
situate In the Himllkamten Mining lleilsioo
of Yale District.  V. here locansd: In Aspen
Orove Camp. *T
Take notice thtt I. 1. W. Groves vtloe u
agent f..r Isaac Rastwood, Pre* Miner's cortliV
Si No. B07590. ] C (Vphdl free roTnerti
crtl��"tte No. v.tSti, John MoDonald. fre*
miner's certiflct* No. BS_M. Charles J ChrbT
lien, fe-ee minors certiflcate. No. B-98 |���u_ j
Ball, free miner's certlflctt* Na S M ��nd
I'rioe Kllison. free mlner'scertlfli�����N0 n_OL
Intend, slity days from the date hereof ��� apply to tbe mining recorder fort cert IflcatenV
Inprovtmwtt, forth* purpose ofobl-tolnVe
crown granlaiof tho above claims. ^ *
And futher take notice that action, under
section J7. niuft be commenced before the ls_T
^._1"���h?f��4!0������'rf Improvement-
Dated thit 10th day of Seutamber, 1005.
Notice.
8ubj*at to th* Dominion Homestead
Retulstions.
Thlrtv dtjfs from date hereof I Intend to Uk*
Powt_��n of the following, 4turtbii ImL.
.frnfP_.VVm; iVa?llf tot, sltnaUdat
the natet of Junction of PeMt creek and WcoU
rivor, thence H III chains more ut lev, to 8 W
corner of Indian res���e. Ibenoe 40 ehalas nor.
yir^i0"?-0!! *?* " ���"��� ciwt A��o*
fottow bank of Petit oreek N to point rfoarn.
Jjsmeemmt.  Containinc in all, li) ,Cres aVor*
(Signed) Sept.��_ |*>j,
c.r.Fuc-. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
TO AUVAKCB IE   IB. C-OUSTON
HeWUl Probably Become Vloe-Preal
dent of Bank of Montreal,
In the fintncial circle* in th* Et*t th*
quettion of the retirement of Lord Strath
tont from presidency of tb* Bank of Mod
trttl is being very generally ditouitsd.
While nothing official hu b**n an
nounoed by tbt Bank of Montreal it b
very generally believed that at the annual
meeting of thtt inttitution nhicb mil
take plica on December 4, the announcement will be made thtt Lord Strathoont
will retire from the presidency, assuming
tht position tnd title of honorary president, ind renin hit sett on tht board of
director!.
Tht necessary legislation, creating th*
office of honorary president, wit pissed
torn* time ago by th* Csnaditn Parliament, so nothing stands in th* wty of
miking th* chtngt.
The advmcement of Sir Geo. A. Drum-
mond te the presidency of the Btnk of
Montreal would nttunlly follow. This
would le*v�� tb* vice-pr*sid*nt't ohsir
vtcant.
Th* general impression it thtt E. S.
Clouttnn, tht general manager, will be
come t'le nice president, adding thit titlt
to thtt of general manager.
However, in well informed circlet, it
it generally believed thtt this phut has
nol yet been discussed, tnd thit no decil
ion will be trrived it until tht time for
the tnnutl meeting approaches.
Lord Strsthcons't tctivt connection with
tbe It-it - of Montreil dates back many
yetrt. In 1882, while he wit still D >ntld
Smith, he became vice-pretident, ind in
1887 he wu elected to th* presidency.
Sir George Drummnnd became t director of the bank in 1882, tnd in 1897 he
wu elected vice president.
Mr. Olouiton't connection with tht
btnk dttet btck to 1866, in which yetr he
wu ippointed general rranigtr.
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all paid up, $14,000,000 Rest, $ic,ooo,ooo
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $373,988
Total Assets       ....        $135,124,452.74
PRE8IDBNT, Bt. Bon. Lor- Btrathcona and Mount Royal, 0.0. M. 0.
VICB PRESIDENT. ��� Sir Geo. A. Drummond. K. C M. 0.
OENHRAL MANAOBB -. B. CLOUSTON
Heard Office���Montreal
Ja_ Orr Dead.
The Vancouver New* Advertiser ht*
this reference to tbe career of deceased;
Few men were more widely known in
British Columbia during tht lut thirty
yetrt thin "Jimmy Orr" as he wu affect
otlled^by hii intimate*. He had led the
life of a pioneer ind hid known tht upi
tnd duwnt thtt tre to frequently auociit
ed with the early settler* in ��� new country.
Tbe youngest ton of the Rev. Detn Orr,
bt wu born in Liverpool on April 26,18
8b, tnd wu brought to thit continent
when only tix yetrs old. He wu educai
���d in the United States snd Ontsris. At
sn early sgs hs wu sngtged in various
enterprisei ind occupied t number of
different nfficitl potitions. Among such
bt wu clerk, assessor and collector for
New Westminster, tnd alto clerk of the
police court of thtt place. He wis also
interested on Williams oretk Cariboo dur
ing the gold excitement. Ia 18ii6 he wu
employed by the government of the crown
colony to mtke explanatory turvtyt tt to
the fitness of tht 'tlleyi of the North
Thompson tnd Fruer riven u routss for
a rtilwty. For three yetrt he wu in as
sisttnt ptymaiter of tht Canadian Pacific
Rtilwty construction. At ont lime hs
wu slso manager of t fishery on Queen
Oktrlotte Inland. Mr. Orr located lots in
whit ii now the city uf Vtnoouvtr, ind in
the celebrated arbitration nn what is
known it "tqutttere claims" Mr. Orr
wu twtrded two lott oo the north sids of
Cordovt Street, between Cambie tnd
Abbott streets.
For a numbsr of years Mr. Orr wu so
tivs in political matters. Hi wu t member of th* lagiilativt oounoil in 1863 tnd
1864. H* wu tn unsuccessful candidtte
for the repretentilion if New Weetmin-
eter district in tbi legislature in 1878, but
was sleeted tt tbt general electioni in 18
Mind 1886. Ht wu t candidate for
Vancouver city in 1890 but wu defetted.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from  $1.00 and  upwards.     Interest
credited twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
BANKING BY MAIL
Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail.     Out of
town accounts receive every attention.
THE NICOLA BRANCH IS NOW OPEN
A.W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
NOTICn.
Th* publio will pleua take notice thtt
on tnd after November, lit all messages
snd conventions on Government Telephone lines will be sent snd received
through Central Office at Nioolt. The
public butiness heretofore done st the
���tores of A. R. Cirringion and A. E.
Bowse A Co., will be discontinued after
that data.
CHAS. 8. 8TEVKN8,
Superintendent.
BLAIR & CO.
-DEALERS IN-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. C.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Resident Agents ln Nioola for the
ROYAL, and LONDON - LANCASHIRE FIRB INSURANCE. OO.'S
LOWER NICOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL���
Is prepared to tike con'racts for
sawing lumber snd getting out
timber.
Memer-I Mill Contract* Kii'cuted
PRlCKd ____
Partie* wishing work cm hive time
promptly mended tn by applying lo
F. D. WOODWARD,
Lower Nicola, B. 0.
NOTICE
Thirty days after dale I intend to apply to the
chief comniMoner of landa and works for t licence to prospect for coal on the following, des-
e rihed land, Marling from a post 10 cbalns west
of ihe H. K. corner of John Corbelt's pre-emption, then-e N. 80 chalnt, thence KM chains,
ihence 8 Ml chains, thrnne W 80 chains to place
nf beginning. VV. A. CLKLAND,
Locator.
By B. Fallows, Agent
September tl 1906.
NOTICE.
Thirty dtys after date I Intend to apply to
the chief commissioner of lands and works for
t license tn prospect for coal on the following
described land, starting from * poet W chains
west of the 8. K. oorner of John Corbett's preemption, thence N 80 chains, thenoe VV SO
chains, thence S 80 chains, thenee K 80 chains
to place of beginning.        H. K. 8AKOKNT.
Locator,
By B. Fallows.
September B, 1905.   Agent.
NOTICE.
Thirty diys tfter dale I Intend to tpply to
th.5 chief commissioner of lands and works for a
license to pro-pert for coal oa tbe following
described land, starling from a post tt the N
VV comer of W. A. I'll end's ooal claim, thenoe
N 80 chains, thence K 80 chains, thence 8 80
chains, thence W 80 chains to point of begin,
ning. W. B. JACKSON,
Looator.
Bept-,1906. By B. fallows. Agent.
NOTICE.
Thirty diys tfter date I Intend to apply to
the chief commissioner of lands tnd works for
a license to prospect for coal on the following
described ltnd, beginning at the N VV corner of
W. A. Cleiand's coal claim, thence N 80 chains,
thenoe W 80 chains, thenoe 8 80 cbalns, thence
B 84 chains to place of beginning,
J. J.CHAMBRKAU,
Ijooator.
S*Pi tt, IMS, By B. Fallows. Agent
THB PLACB TO BUY YOOR
SMOKING GOODS 18 AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
KAMLOOPS
Full stock of Domestic and Imported Cigars,
and the best, smoking tobacco always on hand.
Drop In and enjoy a quiet game of Bill! irds.
Agent for the Pioneer Steam Laundry, Vancouver.  Laundry ship Md every Sit tirday.
HOTEL*)
MONTREAL HOTKL Kamloops. Napoleon
*���*���*��� Latremouillo. proprietor. First class in
every particular. Good wines, Liquors and
cigars.  Stabling in connection.
fr AMLOOP8 HOUSR, ��, Herod, proprietor.
��� Beet stock of wines, liquors and cigars In
the Interior. Just the spot for a nice cool re
freshing glass of beer. When In Kamlooim
call In.
STEW __. FIT'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
nlso Oonoral Livory
Head Office:     -     *     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every   1 hursday ior Mcola 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 (or 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 for Princeton at 6 a. m.
Special trips made by appointment.
Telephone connection with Kamloops
M. P. STEWART,    -    -    Proprieto
R. M. WOODWARD
Is still doing business at the Old Stand. A
good stock of Lumber constantly on hand.
Orders promptly filled.
Lower Nicola.      -     -     -     B. C
Rosedale ftotise, b��^ep I\ic��la
GENERAL STORE, POST OFFICE, EXPRESS
AND TELEPHONE OFFICE.       ���      ���      -
S. J. WOODWARD
NICOLA STAGE
E. J. Martell.
LEAVES SPENCE'S BRIDGE
Every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, 7 a.m.
RETURNING FROM NICOLA
Every WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY, 7 a.m.
H.RAND PACIFIC HOTKL, Kamloops. Thi
�� Dearest hetol to the railway station. Tie
only coynonlent hotel for travelers. Good
rooms, good table, (fond liquors. Two largi'
sample rooms. I1. A. Rarnhtrt, proprietor.
Good stabling In connection.
Otter Flat Hotel
Chtrlei Debarrn, Proprietor.
TULA MEEN CITY,       .   .   ���   B. C.
Headquarters for Summit, Rabhitl
mountain, Tulameen river, Boulder, Bear
and Kelly creek camps. Oood Fishing
and Boating.
P. O. Address:   Aipen Grove.
RILEY HOUSE
NICOLA l.AKK. H. C.
First diss board tad lodging by tbe
day week or month. Every attention
given to Iho travelling publio.
Mrs. Riuv, Proprietress.
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker,Jeweler
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
All kindt of Witches, Clocks, Jewelry,
etc., kept in stuck.    Wedding presents I specialty.
First nltss repairs dons on short notice
d returned at once.
N top al the
ROCKFORD HOUSE
Robt. Scott, Proprietor
When  traveling  on  the Nicolt mad.
Convenient place for travelers, with good
S'commodation.
If You Need Anytifipg
in the
11
Unequalled as a
Suiijiiier Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
QUILCHENA, B. 0.
Line, send your work to the undersigned
All orden finished in t workmanship
manner.   Cabinet work t specialty.
J. R. (MCGREGOR,
Lower Nioola, B. 0.
RIS-RVK
Rioht or Wat von Railways, Kto.
Notice is herebv given that all crown ���u���*
along tbe located lines of any railway, power or
tramway company, incorporated under tbt
authority of the leegialature of this Province,
and having t width of fifty (SOI feetnn each aide
of raid linen, tro reserved for right of way par-
purposes of such railway, power or tramway
company.
W.&GORl
Deputy Commissioner of I���nds an3 Works
Land' and Works Department,
Victoria, E ('., Oct., Jrd, 190*. LOCAL NEWS
J. (i arc-is ind George Bent are visit ing
tt Douglat Like.
Business Local*.
Smoke (nterinr or I- Morent Cigtrt.
Jo*.  R. A.  Richards  r*turn*d   from
Victorit Wednesdsy.
Mist  Jost*  McKttnck it  visiting in
Lower Nioula this week.
Letterheads, billhead*, envelopes can be
hid it the Nicola Herald office.
D. Mclnnet and E. Couiint of  Lower
NiooU were in town yei'.erday.
For the beit in the hirneettn duddlr rjr
lint, se* Barwick'* litest consignment.
Alf Goodisos is building s residence
near the Church of Englsiid.
The offics hours for the telephone on
8undty aftiiriioiin ii now from 4 to 6.
Mitt   Holl   of Vtncouvrr wu visitinjt
with Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Hows* this wti-k
When you "sot * good  smoke tsk f< r
���ht Interior ��r La Morent Cigar, mttiu-
'acturnd   by tht   Inland   Cigar Ftctoiy
Kamloops.
For up to dtte job printing send your
rdersto the Nicolt Hertld office.
THE NICOLA HERALD
A full stuck of up to dtte goods to
supply the Harness tnd Saddlery
trade of Niodi district. Call o
tend your orderi for
Harness, Saddles,
Saddlery Hardware,
Horse Clothing, etc.
Specialty made of Cowboy Outfit*
N. J. BARWICK,
NICOLA '   B C.
Found���A outf link with  dag tinhlem.
Can tie obtained at  the  Nicoli   II. ml
office.
W. Scott, V. S. of Kii -field leires lt_
week for the Northwest -ith * car loao
of horses.
Mn. R. M. Woodw.rd of Lower Niool.
h��s been quite ill the put week, it 0o��
tteadily improving.
A turkey tlmot under, the tuspicet of
the N. A. A. will be In: I tt Quilchena
ou Stturdty, Nov. 25.
Remember the football inatvh between
Coutlee tnd Nicolt tomorrow tfterooon
at 3 u'clock on Winny's field.
S. Kirby tnd A. Raspberry of Quil
chen i were in town Tuesday and vitlteo
the railway work netr Coutlee.
THE KOOTENAY
STEEL RANGE
In all sizes and styles. Onarantaed
article. Our sales hive already
inure' than doubled those of laatyear
Our leader Is the 6-hol* Steel Range
for $46. " Kiiii'm-iurcd hy Mc('lai)
Mfg. Co., aim a full line of
Air Tight Heater*
LEEMING'S HARDWARE
F. G. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CARRIAGrB AND WAliON WORK
Horseshoing done in a
first class m?nner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
All Work Guaranteed
KAMLOOPS
F G. Be tn of Vancouver, representing the Hall Ssfe Co., was in Nicot this
�������� k doing business lor bit firm.
Coraplainti hare reached the Nicola
Herald office of the htd condition uf the
wagein rotd from Nicola to Princeton.
Mrs. Phillips formerly of the 22 mile
House hss returned from t trip east tnd
was visiting with friends in Nicolt this
week.
CHURCH SERVICE
Presbyterian Church, Nicola Lake:  Her
vices every riabbath at II a. m. and 7:3u p in.
Hlble else* and Hahbath .School. 2:.'��l p.m.
Hkv. Oeokok Mason,
rnsiliilerian Padtor.
Rsv. Joiiv Tn
_���___M 1'������tor,
Methodist Church, Lower K'lools: Divine
era ice svtry I ord'n Hay at I p.m. and 7:30 M1
-unilay Hihoolat 2p. m.
John I'yk.
MelhodlHtMlnl-etcr
Okorou MsHlIN,
I'risuhjiceun Mini*lei
"hurch of England.- Church of St. Joh
the Haptiie, Mool��:
(ouilee Ham.; Mci>la3pm.| Qiiilrhena7p.ii
 RKV. WW, OOVIBR.
Q. H. BRASH,
Accountant and Auditor
REAL ESTATE       INSURANCE
Temporary . ffic���Stewari'x Stage   By
NICOLA   B  C.
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c
Offl.ei-l    *--_-	
M BEATTIE
Accountant,Commission, Insurance
and Oeneral Agent,
Main Mrs*! ���      ���     Kimlooos
iiitireiil Ailininiairator
Office.-Commen inl Klmik, east of I'ntet Offli'.
Kaniloow, H. ft
Mrs. Wm. Murrsy, th* guest of Mrs.
Pooley, spent a few days  with  Mr.  and 	
";:��� th'werArWM''w,iw-;John D- swa"*>"> b. a.
| Barrister.   Soli.jtor and   N ,Ury  Pu(i,
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
8010 Westminster Road
VANCOUVER, B. C.
II. C linmii Stork ot I'ruit and
Oiiiaini iilii! Trees.
Apple TllS*, 2 and 3 year olils: M to $20 nt������
mi. He i-eeriiaiL; in in'i-e v.   Ooe-j tmr olds, I to .
I'd. |1U io*i2 i��t Mm
Kxt't nice atis-k of Chi-rry. Peach, I'lun
��� iiricotH, cti*., now jawing forfall Bfaaft. Ki
xpenso, liHKor delrt)'of fiimigaiiiin or Inspi-i
mn. Lei mo prl' e your list before plarlnx you
i der.   C��t"li)< free.
ilrrenhoiiM- i'lsiits. Kloral Work, Hee Hut
���lies, fruit Packages, FertlHters, en\
M.J  HrNllY,
tN WoHlniinaipr Koad,       V.��\c..t:vita. II (
Office:   Ka-t of iheransdian Hank of Con
merce. south side of vtetsM e-treet, Kamloop*,
Money to loan on rial I���tats at) nrity.
Dr. Tutill having received * large con-
sigumem.fdruv,etc, will be pleased to
sccommod.te his clientele in th. way ofj HARDIMAN * MADCncxi
MK-J prescriptions, recipes, ��r an, ��hi���, ! " " , AN & MAf*SDEN
in th. drug Im.. " j Lancl Mlnln�� and Oeneral Supply Agt.
^^P&m^tZ^l^
a^XrSw-^9
*��IJL More.!,* N,��|, A. mT,-T" ��"""
J^bouse-flanioid. Mo���i�� v��ne��| B c
WATCH REPAIRING
All  kinds of   Watch, Clot*
seal  .1,-a, liy   r��i alls    lie.In'    111
first class iTeler and satisfaction HsrsBtMat All w>>rit
entruseed lei our care will be
c.empli ted soil returned with-
��� ut lli'lay
w. n. iinrmi a co.,
C. I'. R. Time Inspectors. Kamloops
Mrs. VV. R. Hume of Kamloops and
Mrs. Aird if Millsrville, All>ertt who
hive been at their old home at Reckf 'id
during th. illness of their mother have
returned home. Mrs. Scott is now very
much improved ard her mmy friend-
will be pleased to hear that she is tblt to
tit up tnd be moved tbout the house.
Arrangements hive been made with
thn telephone service that panes , uisid.
of th. town of Nicola, after the close ol
the Nicola mm, wishing |* ��ecure th,
ttlendtnoa ot Dr. Tutill, o*n do so by
csllingth* Nienlt central office hy fi���,
���hort rings, tnd if this call is heard h>
the central operator after hours, c.mnect.
iont will be made with the doctor's'phone.
<'MM*. O.TIIKTT
A It. i . no. ���iiidmi.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Kamloops, Il C.
Assays and analyses ot Ores, Coal and Ir
diistria1 products.
-aniplis by mail or state receive primp1
atteulien.
Spences Bridgt*,^^^^^^���
BARBER SHOP
^having and Halrcuttlng.  First  Class
Work Guaranteed.
When In
MOORE'S
NON-LEAKABLE
FOUNTAIN PENS
Are (lean to Handle
Does not leak, always ready fnr use.
Will not sml the fingers. Fitted with
points Insult everyhndy. Positively
the best Feiuntain  Pen that is made.
Business transacted al all hours.
Spences Bridge give us a call.
II. Kilr.l.K KMIKI'K.
FOR SALE
SMITH BROS
BOOKSTORE]
K iinln.e, h and Vernon
Arrangement,    have heen  completed       A   Stock   Ranrr,   ������.> I  I
forth. r��ht of wty through the fan. U����__3   """f^g
reserves b, the Nicola Railway, |_ wk   ?    I   f reS��.Slt-����~ near UoUP
v_J: .__       . _ _'       ee* lasLakp _��� rk nil       .8
*. . ----     -..��      .   e-eill,
reserves by the Nicola Railway, last week
Indian tgent Irwin and T. O. Townley
representing the C P. R. went over the
ground tnd paid the Inditni tht necea-
ar, tmoant. A few other right of way
priviligMwith owners of land wat ,1,.,
satisfsctortll, trrtnged.
las Lake, with all necessary im-
|jlements and also stock, For
particulars apply to
W. M. LAUDER,
Quilchena, P. 0.
Springbank Ranch, July 14<h, llHif.
JAMES SMITH
GENERAL
BLACKSMITH
LOWKR NfCQLA, B. C.
All kinds of repair wor|, don* ins
neat md stt.iftctory manner and in short
001uc_.
Horseshoeing
FRESH GROCERIES
Our T.oQi-<l_-Mri __��� m  _ _
���    ���������_   -      -v ��  mm
Our Leaders in Teas are Marigold,
Nabob and Salada���all Favorites
LAKE OF WOODS FLOUR
We have constantly on hand
Hardware, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Miners' Supplies, etc.
At Right Prices
To arrive shortly���A Car Lot of Groceies,
Provisions, Coal Oil &c. for fall and winter.
General Agent Excelsior Life Insurance Co.
Notary Public.
NICOLA, B. C.
" If PAYS TO DEAL WITH US."
THE BIG GENERAL STORE
STOVES AND TINWARE
Moves, Kanges, Heaters, Granite and Tinware from the McClary Manufacturing Co.
of London, Out. The best makers in
Canada
GENTS FURNISHINGS
Shipments of Fall and Winter Goods,
Men's Underwear,Top Shirts, ^uits, Overcoats, keefers, etc, just received.
LADIES' GOODS
Skirts, Blouses, Goll Jackets, Walking and
Sbiting Boots, and all the latest in Dress
Goods, Silk Blouses, etc.
LUMBER YARD
All kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber
in stock.    Flooring, Rustic, and Shiplap,
GROCERIES
The best of everything that can be bought
at lowest prices,
Life and Fire
latower Nicola,
Agent.
J^otary Pub'ic.
B. C.
GOUTLEB tjOTEL
COUTLEE. B C.
Jos. Richards,      -      Proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.  First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Goal Stabling In Connection. *_,_.._..   _*J
____________���      Telephone Connect ion

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