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Array THE NICOLA HERALD
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Vol. 2.   No. 33.
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1906.
$2 a Year
LABOR DAY SPORTS
SELLING NURSERY  STOCK DIRECT
M. J. Henry  Believes In Printer's Inland Pleased Customers.
RAILROAD  WORK
SALMON AT FORTY CENTS
t^rtycents.    SOVEREIGN MINE
ENTRIES
CLOSE   ON
SEPT 1st
SATURDAY.
TO A-PEN GROVE.
Polo Match Arranged.   R M R. Band In
Attendance from Kamloops.  Other
Attractions.   Smoking Concert
ln Evening.
The iportl in in1 Ik Id at Quilchena on
Labor Day, .Monday, Sept. t,  areevi
met ting with approval from all
parts nf the district, judging from the (if., p.)IKT in whictiyou a(ivt,y ;, fa
Il'":s m u"' thay may not nttd anything In your
line this year,   nor possibly  ne\l,   hut
Mr. M. J. Henry of the Mount Pleas- LOCATION LINE BEING SURVEYED
BOt iuiiseries, (nntributes to the North-
peal Horticulturist an article entitled:
"Selling  Nursery Stock   Direct."   It
runs:
Our method is simply to use printer's
ink instcml of paying a commission to
om agent for -tiling, in ______ r to i a-
liver and collect.     Keep your business
before the  people, in   the  papers you
Highest Price Ever Paid on the Fraaer
River by Canners.
Forty cents, the   top  notch priee for  COPPERS   LIMITED   HAVE  GOT  A
salmon   on   the   Fraser   river   in   (he GOOD PROPERTY.
memory of tht most ancient lishermai)
the rout,  via  reached Monday
an the eoaat,
Heavy Shipments of   Machinery for Borntag when the. American buyers on
Diamond Vale Coal Co. and Bear       tbe steamer  Abraham   Lincoln  mega-
Creek Mines. -Station Site P-0_td tO all and .-n: dry  that such was
Staked at Quilchena. ;their Price-
The Abraham   Lincoln is  getting all
Construction on the grade  between  _�� Bah, tl   th'Fraser  canners  think
Good Showlnrrs.  Mine Being Well Developed   Aspen Grove Finest
Copper Camp ln the
West
Messrs. J. P.   McConnell  and J. M.
__T best f��  the purpose anil Icttp  ���    ,,���, , Ni    ,     a.     ; y,   : the pa... is too fast for   their   pockets. ; Vip*;* _Y '    ' ���',������.'',���,' in mi-inr
j It ,t.   Do not be discouraged ,f you do ^ ^ ���,,.,. ��� ������ ��  �� ��� The park(,,  who m  M J^ ,��� ��� "      -    ���' '
'' not ,e, ,-ive an ordc from mty reader Kardty of labor there waa aoma week, that- nty-fr. e cant rata an counting E__    ,,   ' *J���,._,.   _ . ��� t���.
received.     Entries   for
two principal horae   racing events  are
/ in ai!.! great interest is being
a, not only locally, butin  Ktmloopt, Grande Prairie and otheroatiide
The Kamloops Polo Club hold a matting this week to (boa    .i team to play
against the team of the Quilchena i'oiu
riii', and everything points to a moat i _
ing game between the two tttmi
ii  Day.
Tl..- veil  known   band of   the Rocky
Mountain Sangan will be in tti
. ids and   will   play ap-
proprittt music    Arrangement! are
ill.   being  made   to   have   open  air
.; n ing   during the   afternoon   and
i .enisg, and tin.; ihould prove quite an
tion,
The race track is being got into
shape, in readiness fertile races and
will be in iplendid ord sr bj Laboi
���   race is causing quite a
Hull <t in local circlet and that is every
likelihood of thit proving one ef tht
mini exciting and Intonating events on
the programme,
Betide, th ��� hi nt racing than will be
other attnctioni on tht groundi n
tht aft irnoo i ip tr and entarlaini
will   ba    well   worth    th."   small fee
charged for admission   to ihe  ground.;.
8. Kirby ia iptring no eifort to make
this race tn ��i on  l.ilior Day the most
intentting tnd eventful one everk Id
in tht  Valley,   In  lhe  evening   th ���
-till lie a grand ami       i oncert held in
th I lull and a  splendid array  of talent
is being engaged for the occasion.
The conditions of entry tn as follows: The entrance fee In all races is
ten per cent, of the pane; font to anti t
you may rett asm-ed that the intelligent reading public will bear you in
nnid aud   eventual.y   trial  orders will
canity
ago, although  the  different  con it i,.
tion camps aiv siili nmtwhtt undermanned.
The warehouse at Coutlee was
finished last wee;: and ia proving an invaluable  adjunct  in tht  handling  i
' "�����! busines
have up, and are
conaoling themaelvea with calculations
as to how much money thty are ahead
1        throwing their money twty,
Sound tnnownera have reconaidered
In an   interview  with The
Vancouver,   Mr.   McConnell
come.     If you send what is  aak. d foi ^^ md ,g of ^ ,i.r.j:.
BT _______ tht   reasons why,   tht] wid C(llltt..lr|n,.;
""" :,;ain- Quite a number of  carloads  of hut- Cm tht   Pnttr,   SaUirday,   the   b
If people   cans, id   their  Ordtn by chandi|, fa, j^ m$r&utU cunt up averaged about twenty fish each.
to department  stores, seed houa 1 ,..., ^  whjj(, ���  )|Havy consi���nment
of machinery is being transhipped for
the lie.u-Creek mines and another load
forthe Diamond Vale Coal Co.. who
Province,
says:
"I believe that Aspen Grove   will be
a fine copper camp.    There are a number of excellent properties, and when
theii de-la - , to , ill thi r tr.pt, and it; (h(. raj|wav    u in t|KTe the distrjct
****** Will     bt   one    of  the   lines.,    in   the
b   Ball d till the le ia canned. |countrv ��
With his partner. ,1.   M.Millar,   Mr.
iv merchants, why should th y
not make up  an order from  a nurse;y
catalogue, enclose iher money  and receive their goods   by mail,   express or
freight,   the   same as  other   liusin aa
houses.   By this  method  the  nursery
man is certainly   doing a  much   sal'., r
business than through  canvassers,   for
obliged  to send out one  dollar's wonh  of sunk  until payment ia
i (uoletlbe is so inclined) therefore not obliged to charge his good
an    xlra price to cover
I   bt will sureiy   sustain if he
undertakes to ahip out his stuff and
collect on d.divi ry or at some later
Itl r time,
Ily adding an extra plant OT tree of
some surplus stock, you do yourself no
injury and help to pi use your customers.
You need not expect to please everybody, the person who has done that lies
up in lh<. c meter} with an obituary on
,  but you will get your
..hare of tht irade.     Always remem! er
thai a pleased  customer il one of your
i.ivertisements,
It  is  ettlmtttd   that   the  pack   in
PrWsh Columbia   stands as   ft
date:   Fraser   river,    160,000   cases:
riv it, SO,000 cases; and
are  planning extensive improvements j .met,   120,000 cases.    A  number of
to their property, I canneries scattered along the con
The ballasting and fencing gangs are j still to be heard from.    Fishing on the
Capt Grlftin to Stand Trial.
Ctpt, Griffin, maater of the steamer
and three to start or no race.     Entries   princess Victoria,   which   sunk the tug
for the following races, 1-2 mile, opt II
Quilchena slakes, 1st. _'.ii; 2nd, $10; 8-4
mile, open, 1st, ,2."i; 2nd, ,10; must be
in tbt hands of S. Kirby,
not later than Saturday, Sept 1st.
Bntritt for the other races will bt received "ii the day of 111 I sports. A
provisional programme of the races was
given in The Nicola Herald on Aug.
2nd, and the full programme will be
given next week.
Chehalia,  was committed by   Police
Magistral" Williams at Vancouver, to
stand a jury trial at tht assi/.es in
Quilchena, Octobtr, Ttking advantage of a
special section In the code, the court
granted bail to Capt. Griffin, the
amount being two sureties of $2,500
each.
making steady progress along the tin I
of completed railroad, and will soon be
in the neighborhood of Coutlee. Th
engineer's camp is now pitched above
Quilchena and the surveyors are now
busy on tht locaiion survey from Quilchena to Aspen drove.
A lite for a  Ittt-fl :, slaked
out on the bench above the old race
course and should prove an ideal site
for the purpose intended.
With regard to further construction
on the railroad, we understand that as
soon as the location survey hat bt 11
finished to Aspen Grove, this will be
submitted to the directors, and construction from Nicola to Aspen Grove
will be immediately proceeded with.
Skeent will close next week.
A Musical Treat.
NICOLA INSTITUTE
MET  AT  LOWER   NICOLA FRIDAY
EVENING.
Not the li esi of the many attractions at the sports on Labor Day at
Quilchena will be the band of the
Rocky Mountain Rangers from Kainlnops. Ties band is so well known 111
the upper country and so much appreciated that ita engagements an always
booked well ahead, and on this account
the residents of the Nicola Valley and
district ar. to ba envied the musical
treat in store for them. The presence
of this renowned band of musicians at
Quilcfa ma ia dtte to tht efforts of B.
Kirby, the well known boniftce, of the
Quili hena Hotel, who is sparing no
eifort to i. ke the holiday a gn a!
aucceaa.
Change of Nome Asked    For   Local
Men Speak on Subjects of
Interest - Delegate
Reports.
Twenty Ave Thousand Men.
MARRIED AT ASPEN GROVE.
William   Whyte,   second   vice-president of the Canadian  Pacific   Railway,
  slated   in UI    interview   that   Canada
W. A. Angstadt and Miss L. J. Roberts m.,,,|s between tweniy  and Iwenly-live
the Happy Couble. thousand men right   now to gainer the
W. A. Angstadt, a well known  prns-
of   _spe_   ti OVt,   and   Lot
j,.  phine,   yaungttl   dtttflitor    of shortage of
Alonao Roberta of Atpen Grovt,  were Northwest will nfftrt serious loss in    The change of the name of the Institute wu brougl I iipag.; i 1 ll. H,
Woodward   moved, seconded   by H. S.
Quarterly Board Meeting.
The quarterly official board mi etl lg
of the Methodist Church Wtt held tt
Lower Nicola last Tuesday evening. A.
R, c rrington was elected d I
the financial district meeting. An invite-ion was extended to lhe R
Osterhout, chairman of the Kamloops
district tO preach at Nicola and Lower
Nicola ob Sundty, Sept. 16. Rev. J.
P, Powell of New Westminster, will
'.reach "ii Sin, lay. Sept. 2nd.
liar,
McConnell a year or BO ago acquired
lhe Golden Sovereign. Tins property
was later bought by R. P. inglis and
.1'Montreal, who incorporated under the name of Coppers
Limited. There are leads on the
claims a hundred and twenty feet wide,
and traceable for four thousand I. et.
Two leads run parallel and it is supposed that they unite at no great instance down in the earth.
When th"  property was  taken over
by Mr. Inglis, the developing ahtfl was
only twelve fttt,  bttt now it is
dot n   eventy-flve fttt    The gang
s about -1  per cent, copper,
nd   recently   a   700   pound   piece  of
native copper,  practically pure,  wai
out,
At a depth of K fttt a tunnel was
���un along the drift of.tht lead. Then
they ran a drift for 12 01 U feet and to
the   surprise   . nt   connected
properly, struck silver worth
H82.70  to   the  ton.   Mr.   Inglis   has
CD tdvtaet m
whtt he paid for the property.
Mr.  McConnell li tic over
the protptcta of the district which is
;:.   the  end  of  the
Nicola branch of the C.P.R. It
ia. xpeeted thti next yetr the line will
be extended to the mines of the camp
and that a very large ore handling
trade will bt
Mrs Jackson Released.
Mrs. Teresa Jackson, whose husband
A meeting of the  LQlooet  Farm-is'
I Institut-- was held at  I..
Friday evening, with a fa
I). Dodding, pnaident, ta tl   chair and
s. .1. Solomon, aeentery.
The prtt-dent in op tring,  addreaaed
tht tatting briefly, tfter which routine wtamyal rio d In hit M
1 WU transuded '       vill-sli t   residence   _____   October, ll
It wis moved by R. M. Woodward, again a fret woman,   She waa released
1   I   by   .lames
immense banes:  m the  Northwett i Deputy Minlater of   Agriculture bt vincitl jtil tt Ntw Wtttmtntttr.  Sh..
Unltta aomething is done to rttteve the aiked to tend a eompetenl mantotl wenl  to Vancouver and
Geo. Ham's Latest.
At the banquet to the Washington
newspaper correapondents, Ceo. H.
Kam announced that be bad been Inform id by  President  EtoottveH  that
fin of office  bad expired be
WOUld ' _P   "from one   end of
la to the oth wart i i dhttj whose
modesty forbid. BUI to mention."
THE LUMBER SUPPLY.
Smith,  thai the on Wedneaday morning  from  the pro- The Nicola Port-bio Sawmill Will Fill
All Orders
labor, the
sp.-n Grovt,
married by the Rev.   D.   K. Allan last   harvesting their crop
Saturday, at  tht home   of tlie  bride's
farmers of ihe  district in regard to  I      I
pan'frts at Aspen drove, Miss Susan
1,'oiiorts, sister of the bride, acted as
bridesmaid, and T. P. Allen supported
t Ic bridegroom. After the ceremony
the guests sat down to a wedding
dinner which was done excellent jiislii e
to by friends of the newly wedded
couple. Mr. and Mrs. Angstadt will
make their home at Aspen Grove.
Proposed .'anitarium.
will probably ri ik)   then until the re-
be.  moth r, Mis. Jentt,  who
has yet   another   couple of   months to
aervt in jail.
Cleasby, "that "the boundaries be tbe
same as the mineral but" tlaries witb
regard to changing of tba name of the
'   'y?   tT;;h,T   W'th   R-._,U'"   Nicola InsHlute."
11. S. Cleasby,  delegate to   the Ce.i-
a re-
pole and Campbell Sweeney of Wo
couver, and   Mayor  Cordon of Kam    ,
loops. I"..ked over all the available siles rf  th(,  |mHw|im.s  whjch  took
near Kamloops for   lhe ,,reposed   sam-    ,,,,,,,, ,h,t m>,(.tin!f.
tanum during the past week.    Several    ,,.,,���  ���..���������,���.,. ���.    in.tnl(,u,(|
good   places will   be   considered by tbe  _.   ^   ,h(, ,,,;,,���(,   nm,ister of
society before the choice will be made
"Bert" Goodisson of Coutlee, leaves public,
this week for the coast on his vacation'
 II. W
Wm.   Hunter left  this morning
Princeton.
to
agriculture for three dozen question pads,
Addresses   were   made   by   H.   fi.
Woodward,  on fruit growing and iri'i-
engagedwith j,,^.   h. S.  Cleasby,  on  smut in
.1. Monties, proprietor of tht Nkola
Sawmill, was   in   town   this
bnaJntti  in t-Ontction with
Ins lumber butin ss.     His mill is  now
I... .tad at Dry Lake, about   four miles
from  Low ir Kii "la. whin
Wm.   Rice was in   town today   from  large number of loga Ml  hand and is at
the  Golden   Sovereign    Mine,   Aspen  work   cutting tin ni   into  lumber.   He
Clove. 'roughly   estimates  that thtn   is over
  800,000 feet of lumber at this point and
S.J.   Rate  and   R.  J.   Armstrong, ;he is in a position   to fill all  orders for
\spen Grove mines,  were in Nicola for  ���"�����   K.   1
I few days this week. :1��,'llt- anl
ward took up the question of hogs for
the butcher and pork packer.
A.   Sims    moved,    seconded by J,
all orders left wilh either
Mr. Henries or Mr. Barwiek will receive prompt attention.
Sutcliffe is now
for, the general merchandise establishment ^,,-ain and the use of formalin in preI-
,of Blair & Co. at Coutlee. mei to bluestone;  and F. D. Wood-
A cap belonging to the bub of I
Smith, that the next meeting be held buggy was picked np on the road beat Coutlee, in about two months, al the tween Nicola and Contlee. Owner can
call of the president and secretary. have same by applying at this office. THE   NICOLA  HERALD
Published Every Thursday
Subscription, ln Advance. 92 aYear
THE NICOLA HERALD    Else why his almost paternal
anxiety on behalf of the editor
ol The Nicola Herald to deny
certain rumors.
of the Journal in the confidence
of the Conservative party at
Ashcroft as well as other parts
of the district,  and does he
Nicola, B.C Ann -i n;. tut
NOTICK.
Sixty days after date I intend to applytothe
chid cn k____c of lanil�� o.n work- fur per
���______ to |Mlf lia-t' KllantM.f intiiiiitniii nasi
lure I .nil. .oinnit n< in_.ii ll.. s. i .corner of my
i.u-i-nil.tinn. running It rbalas ______ ili.-n.-e
Is the editor Wmw��*_-.rtwea _0 e__M __-_._������ass
It..  - < .-i 0. ^t-irtini_ ii-iut.
U-it Nicola, May ill, l'.<��.
ANItl'.KW  SMITH.
HOARD OF TRADE.
NOTICK.
vnicH their .rntimriiK nr   is   it  "trttot  nntain tartar, laid, ttaated on
voice tneir sLiiiiiiiciiis or   is  it .,,���,,,r(.,,,.ki ���,,������ ;���������., ���,���,, ���r .H,,u
No apology we think is re
quired for once again bringing
,   ,- i     .u that he has an e\e to the house .���. ,,,r,���..;,i���.���,,.,..-..,,,,  ,���,.,���..,���_.���
belore our readers the necessity ��� _..i, ,,���-: n,.-,,,-.- _���_, ^ i__: __eo<_____
.       .,      ,   c ~    , ol parliament himsell, or per- unchain-top-tat0.00 __.<-__>�����_
lor a l.oard ol   1 rack or some       ' .,_���_. kihiaiih. tim.i.ky,
... i r    i    i        ii   haps he trennile. lur the salety ..-_--.. ii*-. i/nater
Other live public  body to look     '
-      , r   . ot the seat id the present nicin
alter the interests ol  the town '   .
.... , ber    Any or all ot the above
and district      As  at  present ;
i       ., ,-   ,.   ,     coniectures miHU  be  etiu.illy
constitued, residents ol this lo-      J D '     '
...    ,        ,.  , true ot the man who so sever-
cahty, have little or no say as ,,���������,,,,,���,,���,l.H,l
,        . elv  .   straddles the lence ana - ��,..,���.-. i t mi. . o> n__ Uks n,ar_i_
to   what   improvements    are     ,,/._. ih___.-__ta-.__ _._��..-. u>i_m i._aa_-
... , calls his boiler plate paper the
requisite and necessary in and ��� ,,    ' ,      .
.    .      .���.____       i "non party press.       Were the
around  the district,   unless a . .
... .     .      .,   ,      ,  .     Aishcrolt ourn.il representative
public meeting is called and the J '
,. ,   . T..   of any political party, or could
matter discussed there.    1 his ; ' '.    ;
word its request in a courteous
METROPOLITAN
HEAT MARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Not i. c i< hereby f     i iliai N days after dale
I 0.i. ii.i in Hi>|.h loth, ilil.f rimi"'is-ioner of
,i.,.i..,nil nork-(.r jeriio--..uiu pur.li.-i i.H'  Orders thru-ghnut the District receive cartful attention and  prompt   delivery
....a    .........i ..,. *
I  .   -IN     IMIOM   .
��� '���<ipii ii-l.ir
NOriCK
Untie* i- lo-ri.' I sirs- Hi.I Miil.iy.. after dale
I  latend la apply'o the Hon. lhe olilcf coin I
mbulfl .-r (if I o.d- and vorfcl for pcnni-Miin IO
to cur. ha_' Wurri'- ..f inniniUin paM ure land |
rnit -I.. intf   al   a   l.o-l    Inoki-it    W.M..    II.-'.
.  >r, th. let- eaal IDelialn , iIkii.'i- - -uili ten
il   lak.' -tiiri'  In 1-Ot   IMS and
Ian hn. "I -oil I..I I ii s.e. corner of
tlii-i.ee iiiiiili In initial port.
W, HAWKINS,
N'ii-nla.   .If, I. WW,
,|.in- I.
! _.i/i;
method of callinga public meet-
manner, we might have satis
ing every time that  some sub-1 ^ h{| ^^ but must cer
ject of interest to the locality is tajn|y  rJedilte to satisfy  him
when he allows his personal
bias and spleen to show ts it
does in his articles.
ESTATE Of WILLI AM
CHARTERS.
on the tapis, is a most cumbersome oneand in the near futurt:,
when many subjects of interest
to the community will come up
for discussion would be a
source ol endless dissatisfaction
and annoyance.    A   l.oard  of    Offtrt to purehata tht real and per
t     ,       ,. , liiii sonal estate of William  Charters, late
J rade which would hold meet- of Nicoia Volley,  Britiih Cotambit,
HOT-OB.
\��.'i... la bsfabf nivenlliai ft) days afler
dil.. I ii.li-nd lo -inply In lli�� iliief Minimis
.one. of Ian-mad work-for pcrmi-Mon lo
uur I. -. :i.'n ____) .if iiiniin'-.iii pi-nre land
��� I scribe-   - follow-:    '' neiBgal a po-'
ma. k.-.l .1 II.k .   .w. carat-. I ______ north in
���limn-: rl.rii.-.. iii-t Kii.-lnii-; iiii-iiie -outh III
haln-; Ihenee w.si Deha'Dl to Initial p_t
TVahnve land l�� "lie trad nn Ten Mils Creek,
e.i.t ..f Ni.-nla, RavnM i...el, and of J. Mlt-
nhell'i application 11 p.in1..-.-.
JOHN II, HYKNK.
Vi.olH. .Inly ���.'���;. lIKii.
STEw__ nT'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
1
MINER.L ACT.
Certificate of  |.ii|ir<o einentH.
NOTICE.
icrioilir illv  mn       rli .rn ..  rancher,  deceased, will  be ivcem-il liy
itrioUK.ally, could discuss| l|u, un(k,vsiK,u,a ������ M]M oft__.h_.ra
ing
matters ot loca
Ih.   ''M.vln.-e  Mineral  ��� lain), sitinln in till)
siiiolkii -ii mining .iivi-i..nnt Vatadta
Iti.l     I oiali.||nn(l.Hl\'-(te..k. aliiilll H__B
mil.-i from Viioln l,.kr
Tak Ice that  I. Kie.l.ri.k lieniv I'lii-1'.
interest  it their  al-law, who  are resident  in   England,   fn '* rerltlliwla Nn, bRTWI intend 1.1 days
The    real    CStale    consists    Of    a    well   ''  -lie dale h,,en'.lo ,,p,ly lo ll,e niini.i,,
.' 1   .1     ���     j ��� , ,   .      ,,     ...    ,     .,  ,, reioriler for a eerlificnlenf iiiumio einetil , fnr
meetings ami their decision 011 , known ranch in   the Nicola Valley,   on , ,,���, ,.,���.������.,.���f .btalalat acm-n graal of the
, ,, . ,   I the Coldwater River, containing sb-iTedHtm.
these would carry some Weight\m rtCRbS AND S0ME eeo acres Jlt^Zlt^eZt^Vnt^hli^Z
Coming as  it Would   do   I'rom _ ' MOUNTAIN PAST ��ncei.f_ichrenl_e��t��oftmprnvei ita
lrom a
It is said   about 250  acres  are  im-
Dody ol representative  citizens'gable and remainder excellent pasture
',     .   . ., r   .      ..      land.   The west boundary of the land
who had the welfare, ot the dis   j. Coldwater nver and there is a water
I i.i-. .1 Ihi--liihil.e at Mar, IM
KKIDIKICI O-OROK I'.llllK.
Akoii fur J. W. lollis.
trict at heart.
record of 250 inches appurtenant  to _nTir<ir
ranch.     The new line of railway from MJIILH..
oniioriune for the form ition of Spencet Bridge  pattetclott  to ranch. MaHe; likmbi atwt that wtthla sixty
opportune lor mc iorm mon oi  ,,.,,.        ;    ' ,- Ifi_ir-______d frsme ""��� "f'"r ci*"' ' inl('ni' "' ""'ll:i' ln ""'l
Buliaingconaiats01  .iian naea itain rh if ,,���M,ni..|���1)Prnf |HI���|,���,lri _,���.k.f,M ,���.,-.
such   a   body  at  the   present dwelling and the uaual ranch out-build- mi-.,,,,, __ ____<���_��� * scrra of pa-tare land
,,,; .,        ,' i inns, frame   and  log.     Ranch  is well nil la��Wiaw_: Com neinir ai, tba ��, t,
juncture.     1 he railroad will be fenced.    It is churned there are,*__��. to^A'&S _ tt!-._..!
able coal measures under  the land and niltn w, halnato polnl nf nc- mi iiramanl
also  Gcnorol Livory
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every Thursday lor Mcola Lake,  Kamloops,
Princeton and way points at 6 a. to.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way pointl at 6 a.m.
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday for Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
Every   Sunday   5 a. m��� arriving Spences
Bridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
I'.very  Tuesday  and  Friday  fur   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,    -    -    Proprietor
completed   very   shortly   ana j .^^ja veryauittbla for townsite ,������
there are bound to be matters i if! %��" f��� ,h"1(lin;;s'    .   . ���..,,,
Personal estate consists of about ,i,.ll
considerable interest to the lo- head of cattle, about id horses, inclu-
Haj it, lim.)
UILI.l.Wl (iHt.HOLM.
dintr a food s'allien, and about 1,00 tons I   ��
�� i       ���      i    i fro!
NOTICK.
Vnticn u btrmj K'vl'n thai withla(Odar)
iiiiin lata I Int and making application lottu
c.uity antl its residents copping ���t hay m stack. li,���n.,-hi.f<a.inniiH-,..n f"-_!_.��__ work, for I
,      iii      Intending purchasers  may   oner  en  iwrniMna tn iiiinha-r MO acre* of p-ntoi-
oe decult il bloc for tht entire estate or teparate 1 'na adjoinhw tot if��on _w_t __)��.<��� men
1   a       t     -u     i    a   au���   I,  ...        _..ail���   '''"I.' Jd * ll,,", niioknl A. It. IJ., s.\v.corner.
on bv a representative bodv of'0,rt'rs lor tnt'   liilul',}. fr"**!* _        ihaooa weat-Oohaln>, thanconnrlli in chain
and hay and for coal rights.
up, which ought to
HARDIMAN & CO.
Land Mining and General Supply Agts
 KOK	
Mininir contractors, farm machinery, tnifglra,
cutler-. s|ci(ihsi!*e. band f.'i- our li- <f l.inu
and D-lolni tiroperlics. Hepoi-tHon ininiinr inn
tcriics through the Disiricr, I'lihli- Afldr-f.
"Aiiiiiiii.'' Cniles: llioinhiill, Morcng & Ni-al.
A. H. C. 4th.
Vi aii-hoii-c   Canford, N'iola Valley, H. 0,
only.
For further particulars apply
H. D. GREEN-ARMYTAGE,
Attorney for Vendors, Coutlte, B.C,
<*)
>
the citizens. It can easily be'cattle and hay will bt sold for cash
seen how awkward it would be
to call a public meeting every
time something of local interest
cropped up, not to mention thi
fact that in some cases a decision has to be arrived at right
when there could be no time to
call a public meeting.      Hoard
I III   .���������_      �� ' ">   '.ll   ll.lll      , )���'   '      ���������'������ll     n -
Horses,  thenreea-t 80 ch.lna, them, south in chalni
to point of cm nicii.cliicnl.
Junt III. KM,
A. It. OODWIN,
_N"OTIC_B.
A Kitting of  th>- floiiniy Court nt Yale,
NOTICE
N'ulicc tnhiTcliy -tiven tint _dltv r_ATI __ftW
il Us (intend to npuhr tottu chief Oomml*
si-imt of l,<_nd-! and Woik^ for tieiniiwwion to
pnrcblM 1Woptoa ofinonntA__ p^inn. lunfl.
-i ii iff) ithtiiit, etjcM. n��ilf.H nnrtliwt's of
v !��� uiu. doscrlbeil u foDown: rVunmenniitg m
i ini f innrltfl J. P., r*,W. oorrer, plftTed it?
_}.(__ roratr nf H. Urqabufi pf0**_npUnn;
'iriiir north I'ichiiMi-; fh____oi M_*t 4" ohnlnt.
ili-'er Miniti 4lhhnin-; ih'iice WMl lit chntDJ
L�� po nt of (���(iiiiMifiiceimiit.
\i....la. July ____, DM. JAMKS I'0OI_KY.
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Rona Shoeing a npncialty.
NICOLA LAKE, B C.
of Trade however   could easily   *ill he h.hl in the C urt   ____���, Nicola,
meet  with  very short notice B C"""
NOTICK.
. llltl .. Ol TIIKi'l
A. 11. ('.__. I/ondon.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Kamloops, II. V.
Awna and nnal)ses J Ores, Coal and In
diisiriul pruiiiicts.
famplat h) mail or stauo rcci-ivu pn-mpt
attciiiiun.
NICOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL^���
Is prepared to tak_ COOtrtttt for
na-in_; lumher  and  getting .oil
timber.
l.t'iK-ral mil , ontrai-t- Ki.'rutrd
P-tlOBt MODKRATI
Parties wishing   ��o��k can  have  same
promptly attended to hy a|ip'yin_ lo
.1. A. M1.NZIKS,
Lower Nicola
N. I. BARWICK, A_.!iit, Nioola
and quickly decide on any
question of this sort, and their
decision would be the same undoubtedly as if a public meeting had been called. The fat t
too that there was a Hoard of
Trade here would undoubtedly
help the district as a representative body of this nature could
co-operate with the Tourist As
notation! and other provincial
bodies in bringing before the
notice of settlers and others the
advantages of the Nicola Valley and district.
,-.    ,       ,-,,-,      ��� r\r\n      Notice is hnrchy-iven thai Ihirlv dayx after
Monday, Oct. __9, lyuo __t-ii-t_-d t_ apply n, hi,. Hon. in<- i-w
J1 eommlt-tonor o. lab-ii and work" fora license
to |n-.i-|n. i for. oal on the fnllii-iiit: de-orlbi-
10 a. ni.
Oao,   MruiuY,
lands,  viz:    KorktwoH i|iiarlir   .Se lion    1..
Township BI
K A.JI'KKS.
C. C. Re_i��'rnr. I Mela, July'ill. IM
The wish is evidently the
father to the thought, to the
editor of the boiler plate paper
known as the Ashcroft Journal
Fresh Fruit
Arrives every week.    Secure your Fruit now.
Orders promptly filled.
BESTOF EVERYTHING ON THE MARKET
TOi-.-.-O,  H_.-KI.__.  < Mi IKS. < O\-_t.r_l0M:itV.
K I l�� Irltl MtV
J. \. LEONARD
BILLIARDS AND POOL
Kverything New and   First-CUss
WATCH REPAIRING
All kiml* of Watch, Clock
and Jewelry rtptllt done in
timt clans order and nati .faction L'liaran'eed. All work
entrusted to our care will lie
complet -d and relumed without dela,'.
W. n. l_UI-PB____-_ A CO.,
Ot P. It. Time Inspectors. Kamloops
ASK YOUE DEALER FOR
"Kurtz's Own"
"Kurtz's Pioneers"
"Spanish Blossoms"
JACKSON & EARLE
BUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
Country Work a Specialty
Write for K��tlin��te on all Kinds of Wnrk
P. 0. Boj 186 KAMLOON, BC
UNION MAD1. CIGARS
mn PIONEER CIGAR FACTORY
148 Cordova St. W.
VANCOUVER B. O.
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker,Jeweler
KAMLOOJ'S, B. C.
All  liiuls  of  Watched, Clucks, Jewelrv,
etc, kept in stock.    Wedding pre*-
inli. A -ip.-cialty.
First i-lass repairs done on short notice
and returner! at once.
Subscribe fo- The Herald. TmE   NICOLA  HLRALD
POVERTY IS A CH1M1.
Kr__.l_ Richard..  J P., of Vancouver.
Scheme for 'Old Age Peaaloners."
According to tkt evidince given in
I. .iiilun and published in the Morning
Leader, on July 24th, poverty is a
serious crime in England and those unfortunate enough to need organized
public support are punished wors- than
if they were sent to prison.
Will Crook, MfP., and for eight years
chairman of the Poplar Guardians, said
_ I was bom in Poplar and lived there
all I.is life.
"You MN -WI in tkt workhouse,
-vrn't you ? " asked Mr. ('orrie
Grant.
"No, but next door to it," was the
reply.
"In lrKil 1 was earning od a week be
tween school hours. My father met
with a serious accident and my mother
had to keep him and seven children.
At this time tho Poplar Guardians allowed us live loaves and 5s a week. In
October, lHlil, my father and I were
taken into the workhouse and every
incident of life there has been burnt
into my brain."
After thia eamt better days, thanks
to hard work, nd Crook btouaa ���
power in Poplar-knowing it thoroughly.
"And you now fairly claim to have
an intimate knowledgeof the borough,"
said Mr. Grant,
"Soi'ictimes I think I know a little
too much," replied Will, with a shako
of his head.
"What was tht state of tho workhouse at   Lh.   time you   name  On  tht
board, io IM. "
"Tht condition of tilings in tho house
was almost revolting. There wore no
stores, the niiiiaus wore half siai'veil,
the clothing was bad, many wore without boots to their feet and tho food w.i.
of the worst possible description, ll
'was almost heart-breaking to go over
the place al this lime, to see tho tears
aud hoar lhe complaints. Tho Inmates
would cry, 'Poverty is no crime; but
h ro it is treated as such.' The in-
mat-t wore frequently in open revolt,
discipline was unknown, and the frequent expression in the workhouse was:
'Priton la bttttr than this.' One day 1
went into lhe workhouse and found Iwo
rows of long seals full of women, some
looking sullen and others crying, ln
front of them wore basins containing
alleged brolh. It was simply grata}1
water tnd thty had to wttll Matketa
oi thtt toad. Then, many of thete
womtn wert continually sent io prison
for noi performing their tasks."
There are as many people in London
as ihore are in the whole Dominion of
Canada, and happily, at present, the
���ami .onaitiona oo not prevail It is
in our power to prevent such a state of
things over existing. New Zealand has
a system of old age pensions and there
is no reason why Canada with all her
mineral wealth and land should not sot
aside a portion of thai which belongs
to the poopio for the use of the people
when thty gel old. If one aciv out of
every thousand acres Wtrt allocated
and subject to the a iloction by a committee which would have power to select mineral claims and land from lime
to time, then a largo and ample fund
could bt established, out of which tho
government could pay |2.50 per week
to every person upon reaching lhe
age of 55 years. These monies could
bo paid al the pottofflce and the claim.-,
might bo invesligatod by a stipendiary
magistrate.
With tbt permission of the editor, I
will furnish further detail! of the administration of the Poor Law in Kng-
land and also a scheme for th.; carrying
oul of "Old Ago Pensions" in Canada.
Hut in order not to trespass upon loo
much space in one issue, I propose submitting the "copy" in instalments.
FKANK l.ICHAKDS, J.P.
Vancouver, Aug., 11)00.
officers trying hard to get the women
and children off first, when a crowd of
emigrants attacked the occupants, killing ard wounding several. As they
were getting possession they ___n at
���aeknlliy another crowd and ao the
horrible scenes went on till the captain
seeing all chance of regaining control
..".i.. shot himself on the bridge. The
Bishop of San Palo went down with the
ship, blessing those who were drowning
as he himself sank beneath the waves.
Most of the first and second cabin passengers were drowned. Six children
that hud climbed up in the rigging went
down before the eyes of their mothers
-���ho had been taken off in a rescue
boat. The roll call showad about HI
of the passengers and crew missing.
Province of British Columbia an Empire
Itself.
Mr. Walker, general manager of the
Rank of Commerce, in an interview on
his return to  Montreal,   recently,  had i
some good words for  Western Canada.
In speaking of  British   Columbia,   he'
said :
"That the press of Canada should
realize how greater are the wants of
British Columbia than the provinces of
tbe plains.' ' "The Pacific Provide,"
he said, "is an empire in itself, and to
develop its resources a great detl of
money has to be spent. Legislators,
concluded tho general manager, s!i< ;ild
not be parsimonious when money is required for British Columbia, which will
become the revenue producing prov-
ince par excellence of  the Dominion."
THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR
SMOKING GOODS IS AT
J. A. SCOT rs
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
KAMI-OOPS
Knll Ktoik of l)o i-'i. and linuoried Cigar-
mnlih" Im-I -mnkiiiH tobacco al*_.}i on h.nid.
Drop in and enjoy a quiet Kaine of Hilli.ril .,
Ammt foriln Pioneer .Steam I___a_lrjr, Van.-Oliver.   I -;ui in! i) hliipued every s.t urday.
IIOlll.S
KAMLOOPS IHII'SK. P, ll.-riid, proprietor,
took of wta*. liqion im t__mi_ln
. In* Iiiii-rinr. Jn_ tin- i-pni torn nice tool re
rr.--l.ii ( ���I_-n of beer. When in Kainloops
call in.
GltAVi PACIFIC HOTKL. Kamlc-ps.  Th-
m-.ir.-i ln-iii-l lo the railway -alien.    Tin-
oal]  .ton. in.-..' hotel for travelora    Q od
rnoiii . good -i.'ile, Kond llquon,    'Iwo Urg.
K.onple room .   P. A. Ilarulniri, proprietor,
Good itobHat la ponneoUon.
AgHCRorT llol Kl,. The most ronvimal
ho'el for visitor- in A-h'-nift. Tin li <_ 0.
Utile lioaid. Il"l IM MM __��___ loir rmire-
wniniive BiMtoall trains. Johnson _,- Perklu,
lirnpriiior-,
>lo|> III III.'
ROCKFORD HOUSE
BtM   Scott. Proprietor
When trtftNng on the Nicola road
Cnvenieii' pitta for tr-iiel.-rH, Willi goo..
.Ceoiiiitiod .tion.
II
n
A Testimonial.
He had pneumonia, Bright's disease,
Delirium tremens, gastric wheeze,
An addled brain, a coated tongue,
I A housemaid's knee,  a smoker's lung,
Elephantiasis, cancer, gout,
And many other things, no doubt,
t Until a pamphlet once he read,
I "Hope in the future !   Light Ahead ! !
Waters of Life astound-amaze-
I Cure all complaints in "II days ! ! "
He got a bottle of the stuff;
But finding this was not enough
He look seven more in seven hours-
Mo': sleeping now beneath the flowers.
His humble cot is nicely draped,
His monument is bottle-shaped,
And bears this legend:   "Trubbils ore,
He ain't got no komplaintz no more.
Waterz ov Life astownd-amaiz���
Kure all Komplaintz in HO daiz."
-Wallace Irvin, in N.Y. Globe
C. M. BRASH
REAL ESTATE
INSURANCE AGENT
Handles and Town Properties for Sde
Lint your Pmpertitt with me.
TO PRO.PECTOI.S   AND  OTHERS
TAW OCT AS
ACCIDENT __._0_.A1.0I MLICY
It will pay you to call and
investigate.
uiiUAi.li omoi NICOLA, B  C.
Unequalled as a
S<im,iiici* Resort
Good Fishing md shoot*
in^. Guides and ' 'orses
always ready. Telephone
connections all direction-!
First i lass Accommodation. Terms :
Moderate.
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
gl'lLCHENA, K 0.
H.ve   Hi.   '   ml '_*   W nilerful
. i-w AI u in tn 11 rti tone-.rui
COLUMBIA
GRAPHOPHONE ?
The molt  perfect talking nucliine
\-<i produced.
Prices, __��,   IV) and 880
OM style   talliers  from Id up.
For Prim an1 Terms Write to
M. M. WAITT & CO.
U'i7 liriniville street
VANCOUVER,     -     -     -     B. C.
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000 Rest, $ic,ooo,ooo
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $801,855.41
Total Assets - $158,232,409.51
HONORARY-PRESIDENT:
Rt. Hon. Lord Stratbcona and Mount Royal, O. C. M. O.
PRESIDENT. -        - -       Sir Oeo. A. Drummond. K. C. M. 0.
VICE-PRESIDENT AND OENERAL MANAGER,    ���   E. S CLOUSTON
Head Office- Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from   $1.00  and  upwards.     Interest
credi.ed twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
BANKING BY MAIL
I >-posits may be made and withdrawn by mail.     Out of
tow 1 accounts receive every attention.
NIOOLABR&NOH
A. W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
BIG PRIZE MONEY
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
1892   1805
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
Four Hundred Lives Lost.
A marine calamity involving the liiss
ol nearly 400 lives occurred on Sunday
night of Cape Palos, Spain. The captain of the Italian steamship Sirio, carrying 800 people, tried to make a short
cut to Cadiz, through a dangerous passage and piled his vessel on the rocks,
from which she shortly slid and sank,
but not before there were horrible
fights for possession of the boats. One
boat was filled ready to be lowered, the
M. J. HENRY'S
Nurseries and Seedhouses
lAif.-took of IIOMKCHOWN Fruit
Mid Ornamental Tree�� no* matured fur
tht fill trade.
tfimpMM, loss or delay of funiiga
lion nr inspection
Ile-hpiarters fur Pacific Const grown
Ciinlen,   Field   and   Flower   Seeds  in
tMCllfl,
B_R SUPPLIKS, Spray Pumps,
Whale Oil Simp, Greenhouse Plant., Cut
Flowers, HiiiIk for fall planting.
Vie rlo business on our own grounds-
no n-nt to pay ami are prepared to meet
all cniii|ieutii.ii.
Let me price your lint before placing
your order.   Catalogue Free.
M. J. HENRY,
3010 Westminster Road,      V axcouvcr, B. C.
Rev, W.J. Sn.'KKi.i., II. A. II. I).
Bar.,). P I owki.i, Bursir.
LABOR DAY!
MONDAY, SEPT. 3, AT
QUILCHENA
Grand Polo Match
Horse Racing, Gymkhana Events, Trotting, etc
Fi r full list of prizes and events see programme.
R. M. R. BAND IN ATTENDANCE
PATRONIZE
YOUR LOCAL PAPER
THE NICOLA HERALD
A complete commercial and businiss,
course. Students |irc|iaieil tn gain teach i
era certificates nf all grades, [n univer i
sity work a full course f'T thu B. A. de ',
gree of Totonto I'nuersitv.
Instruction given in  Hade, Art, Pliyi
cal Culture and Elocution.
Send for Calendar.
-A-O.F
ClOUItT NIOOLA, V>. ML A.O. F.. meet*
/ necomt and fourth Pr_tai in each month
at 8 p.m., in I'noley's Hull. Visiting .rclhren
cordially invited.
A. If. t'AHMNUTOV, C.U.
W. (lOHIlON Ml'KKAY, Sec.
All  orders for rough and  dressed
lumber can  be promptly  filled  by the
I Nicola Portable Sawmill, Lower Nicola.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Gives all the news of the Nicola Valley and country
in general.   When you had no local paper you were
all wishing you had one  now that it is here, help it
along and it will help you.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
NEW TYPE ! NEW PRESSES !
Let us have your orders for anything in this line
and we will guarantee you work as good as the
best ana at fair prices. THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NOTES
Mrs.   Riley  visited  Quilchena    this
Week.
James F. Garden, M.P.P., for Vancouver city, and Mr. Taylor, were at
Coutlee last week, having come up
from Spences Bridge over the railway,
in connection with the engineering department of the right of way.
Miss Nellie Hunter left on Tuesday's
stage fur a visit to the const.
��. Vi. Zeiglerleft on Tuesday's stage
oi, n visit to Victoria.
lf you want notices forbidding parties
from hunting or shooting on your
premises, send an order to the Nicola
Herald and you can secure them on
linen or cardboard.
E. Walker  came in   from   the Cold-
-ater section yesterday.
ln this issue is an advertisement in
connection with the estate of the late
William Charters.
Joseph Marshall, foreman of the
(iiildeii Sovereign mine, Aspen Grove,
was in Nicola yesterday.
1). Dodding, wife and family, and H.
Whittaker and wife of Lower Nicola,
were visitors to Nicola the lirst of the
week.
Isaac Eastwood, one of the owners in
the Copper Standard group of claims in
the Aspen Grove camp, was in Nicola
this week.
Ven. Archdeacon Ker and Mrs. Ker
who have been visiting with their son,
Dr. H. Ker, returned to Montreal last
week.
Father LeJeune arrived in Nicola on
Monday. He is making a pastoral
visit to his Hock throughout the district.
J. A. Rennie of the A. E. Howse Co.
left last week on a business visit to
Princeton.
Mrs. Johnson and Miss Woodward of
Lower Nicola, were visitors to Nicola
this week.
W. J. Henderson of Hedley, has
taken over the Otter Flat hotel, recently managed liy J. Lundy.
A. W. Strickland and Mrs. Strickland paid a visit to Beaver Ranch on
Sunday.
S. Smith of the Bank of Montreal,
left on Tuesday's stage for a visit to
Vancouver.
W. Hawkins and Mrs. Hawkins of
Coldstream Ranch, were visitors to
Quilchena on Sunday.
Miss K. Lauder has been on a visit to
Quilch.na the past week and was the
guest of Mrs. Kirby.
A party composed of Mrs. A. E.
Howse, Mrs. Thompson, Miss Bip-gar,
V. Czowski and J. Penrose visited
Beaver Ranch last week.
Quite a number of polo enthusiasts
turned out for a practice game at Quilchena this week and a very satisfactory practice was the result, there
being two teams on hand.
Miss Lawrence, who has been vi.-it-
ing in Nicola for the past few weeks,
left on Tuesday's stage for Spences
Bridge en route to Victoria.
Chas. Howse, who has been away
from Nicola for some time, and paid a
visit to the Orient while absent, returned to Nicola last week,
H. L. Roberts arrived in Nicola Saturday evening and will open up his
general stock of merchandise the first
of the week. His store is between the
express office and Brant's burlier shop
and is a neat building. Mr. Robert!
intends carrying an up-to-date stock
and will cater to the  wants of patrons.
KEEP YOUR HORSE
WELL GROOMED
by netting �� DANDY steel wire
horse brush. The "Dandy" re
move, dandruff and loose hair,
leaven the akin in healthy cou
ditiou and makes the horse feel
good.
Full Stock of
Harness and Saddlery
always on hand.
Secure your supp'ies at
Barwick's
NICOLA, B. ('.
KEEP NOT ONLY YOUR EYES ON NICOLA
BUT DEAL WITH
To Get Satisfactory Results.
Mrs. Johnson of Quesnel, and Miss
Ethel Woodward of Lower Nicola, left.
yesterday on their way to the east j
where they will visit with friends.
Norman Woodward accompanied them
as far as Spences Bridge.
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
i nlli'iu! Ail in in] strut or
Office.���Oiiuicreinl Mock, east of Post Office.
Kamloopa, H. C.
On the afternoon of Sunday, Aug.
19, there will be a total eclipse of the
sun, which is visible throughout the
whole of British Columbia and the
States to the south of us. Only a
small portion of the Northern edge of
the sun is obscured. It will be noticed
late in the afternoon.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Barrister,  Solicitor and   Notary Public
Office:   Kast nf the Canadian Rank of Commerce, soul h siile of Victoria street, Kiimloops,
Money to loan on real estate security.
A Carload of Lake of the Woods Flour Expected in a few days.
New Goods Constantly Arriving.
M BEATTIE
Accountant, CoiiimisBion, Insurance
and General Agent.
Main Street -      -      _amloops
" IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH US."
BUSINESS  LOCALS
All orders for rough and dressed
lumber can be promptly tilled by the
Nicnla Portable Sawmill, Lower Nicola.
Comfort is produced hy uaing good
tobacco end the "Shield Brand'' pipes.
���Sold by J. A. Scott, tobacconist, Kam-
Ion) s.
Secure yur stationery ��r   the   Nicola
Herald office.     Fine line of letterheads,
illheads, envelopes, l>_ain___ cards, etc.
Everything iu the printing line,
A BARGAIN.
Eleven thousand shares in the Boulder
Creek Mining Oi inpany (better known a>
'he Cmisin Jack) for sale. $,.0(1 takes
the lot.       J. (!. Thy.vnk, Otter Valley.
HAMMOCKS
We are showing the nicest and
must up in iiate  line of Hammocks   that    has    ever  been
brought to Kamloops.
Prices Range   from $100   to   $10.00
Baby Hammocks 60c to $2.60
A. R. CARRINGTON,
THE PEOPLE'S STORE
Carrinjjton's (.olden L*af tea ia the
very finest Hotverv r_-Dg_ pekoe. Im
ported and packen e-pccially for us. Is
absolutely the finest tea on the market.
Ii0 cents a pound.
Carnng'oii's Silver Leaf tea la lhe beat
SOU. tea on the market. It, ia a fine
orange pekoe, a straight assam tea. No
house complete without it.
SMITH BROS.
Bookstore
Kamloopa
Vernon
MEN WANTED
at the Nicola Portable S/eim Sawmill.
L iwer Nicnla. Wages tz per day and
hoard. J. A. Men/.iks.
A. B. Woods, who was engaged on
the survey of the V. V. & E. last
winter, passed through Nicola last
week on his way to the engineer's
��� amp at Quilchena, where he will be
engaged on the location survey to Aspen Grove.
Carrington's Golden Loaf tea is r.h"
very hnest llowery orano.. pekoe. In>
purted and packed cspeciiiiy for us. Is
-hsnlutel. the Kneel tea on the marke'
00 cents a pound.
Fresh Burnt Lime for mlc al I' Mar
ipart's ranch. Price. -.00 per barrel tl
'he kiln.    P. If AKQCABT A Co.
G. HILLIARD
General
Blacksmith
CARRIAGE AND WAGON WORK
Honeshotng done in a
first class manner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business,
NICOLA, h. c.
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 in Nicola for the
EOYAL, and LONDON & LANCASHIRE FIRE INSURANCE 00. S
Carrinijton s Golden Leaf tea is the
very tiuest fl.iwery orange pekoe. Im
purled and packed especially for us. Is
alsolutely the hnest tea on the market.
(10 cents a pound.
B. P. Little, engineer of the Diamond Vale Coal Company, returned
from Otter Valley last week with Mrs.
Little and their son, and after a short
visit to Nicola proceeded to Quilchena
to superintend further development
work on the property of the Diamond
Vale Coal Company.
RANCH FOR SALE
200-acre ranch,    100 acres
mr   '��M      JUtlli 1    ����� l��    DDL-       HI     -I ���!   ��� i I I" I      lift l|ll    |
single harness in Hrst class  condition,   at' lintltT    Cultivation For   |.ar-
reaaiinahle  price.     BaMJOK'.   Harness  tfc__j_ri    apply    to    ClIAS      I).
and Saddlery. <'  I       ...    ,
  COLLETT, Lower Nicola.
Carrington's Silver Leaf tea ii the  hest   	
Mot tea on   the market.    It is a  line
orange pekoe, a stai_lit assam tea.
No house complete without it.
Sec our new line of Imperial Linen-
ette paper and   envelopes.     HERALD
Omen.
Little Crissie Allan, daughter of Rev.
I). K. and Mrs. Allan, had the misfortune last Saturday to fall from her
high chair and in doing so cut her
tongue so badly that it was necessary
for the doctor to put i��� a few stitches.
The little patient is doing well.
COUTLEE HOTEL
COUTLEE. B. C.
Jos. Richards,     -     proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.  First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Good Stabling ln Connection.
Telephone Connection
IN THE FUTURE
THE
RIGHT
AT
THE
RIGHT
PRICES
E
NICOLA
TO DEAL WITH
WILL BE
H. L ROBERTS1
Store will be  open Monday,
Aug. 20th, with a fine line
of up-to-date goods.

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