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THE NIGOLlrtlERflL
Vol. I.   No. 19.
RAILWAY WORKS
GOING AHEAD WITH GOOD SUCCESS
AT ALL POINTS.
NICOLA, B. Q, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1905.
LOCAL   NOTES.
Happening* In Nicola and Throughout
the District
George Johnston nf Queancl u niitit |
with relatives ai Lower Nicola.
BIG COPPER STRIKE
$2 a Year.
Almost a Full Complement of Men Se
cured.   Work   to Start  Near
The Porks Next Week
Grading.
Work is progressing rapidly
at the various construction
camps along the Nicola railway.
Almost a full complement of
men has now been secured by
the contractors and they are
making rapid strides with the
grading.
Moss who is working from
Spences Bridge out, has his
piece of work well under way,
McLean is doing good and
quick work at the tunnel and at
other places on his contract.
Messrs. Ironsides, Rannie &
Campbell have practically completed the big cut near Potato
Gardens. At Bright's camp
near Lower Nicola, about 3
miles of grading is completed
and the work is being pushed
quickly to the upper end of
the valley.
Cook, Quin & Brassey's outfit will move one of its camps
to the neighborhood of Voght's
ranch. This firm have practically the lower end their con
tract finished
Dr. McPhail  after * couple week* in
Nicolt left ou Friday for Granite creek.
L J. Price in now employed in G. B.
Armstrong's general merchandise attire tt
Lower Nicol*.
C f. LAW TBLL8 OP THIS RIOH DI8
TRIOT TO THB OUTBID*
THE FOXY JAPANESE.
WINNY EXTENSION
Master J*men Thynne eon nf John
Thynne of Otter Valley "pent the week
in Nicol* on hie aay to Wm, McLeod's
where he will st'end school
The Harvest Home services to be held
in the Methodist church at Lower Nicol*
last Sunday were poitponed and will be
held on Sunday, October 8lh.
Extensive Ore Body Said to Run Higher
ln Value* Than the Gran by
The Nicola Coal Will
Supply Inferior.
The Bank of Montreal building it re.
ceiving the finishing touches tnd the ttafl
will be doing business in their new office
in the course of another week,
Mrs. A.  K. Howse left on TueidayV
stage for Vanoouver where ahe will re
main several weeka visiting, and will ttk
in the Portland and Dominion Fairs.
Antonio Oonzales, representing the F. ^^^^^^
E. Hose Co., nf Vancouver, ia  tourjav Northern   rail*   will  describe  an scute
the   Nicola  and   Similkameen  districts angle in coming out to the coast via tha
putting that firms cigars  before the uuh. fl-...*.-.
Charles F. La* who has heen at Otter
Flat the past few months ovyrceeing the
ceinsiruiMii.il of h road in the Rear creek
district, to facilitate tt>e hettidliiti/nf ores
Irorn property in which he in interested,
said to a ciMtt paper on hi* return to
Vanaouver:
"The tteosr important news I kenwnf
up that w��y is that another big deposit ol
mineral tins heen fnuud, one of the la*.
gest ore bodies yet located in British Columbia.   It la situated at the head of Bear
creek nt the divide between the Tu  r
and O0I1Jtester rivers.
The ore body is as big ts thv nl the
liranhy. It is sight hundred feet wide,
in a contact of granite and porphyry The
mineral is disseminated through ut the
ore body, snd consist" of chaicophynte
and chalacite, ins iia'ru of lime, iron
and silica, in such proportions ss to make
it admirably adapted for smelting. This
camp can be tapped viri the Coldwater
river or the Tulameen, because the Great
Northern   rail*   will  describe  an scute
Ho*) Japan Tricked Russia Into Fay;
Ing Many Millions
A Washington   de-patch   says     Like
all thing. japuae*. there 1. . I.t-I. Joker  L0��� TO �� 0N THB *****>' �� -
hidden   111   the  recent |eace treaty  put FEW DAYS,
'here by wily Knmart and the shrewd
Takahirt.   It  metal  thtt while Japan
waa little hy little ceding its tight M ��n Nlcol, ToWD IncreMed by B H Wlnny
iiideroni v f er the  ����r cost*, it w���� env _       _ _ . _
, . Surveying a Portion  of HI*
ertly   preparing   th�� ����������>��� ___�������-
Cecil Merritt of Vsncouver, tnd R H,
Oilade of li   M.  S. Empress nf India,
arrived in Nicola last niuht and left thi*- 	
morning fnr Aspen Grove where thev i psny s properties on Copper mountain
rill siiend several dayt fishing tnd shoot promise equally ss well as the largt ore
ing.   As game is reported to be nleniifni I K..J..
Coquahilla     ^^^^^^j--------
It is believed that this ore body writ'
average 2 per cent, copper, and without
the gold and silver values, will make it t
higher gride proposition than the Granby
Tne British Columbia Copper Company's properties on  Copper  mountain
mg.   As game is reported to be plentiful
* the (iro">  tha, will   no doubt have
good sport.
The    surveyors    who    have|    Tned"����> took place it Spences Bridge
en taking levels in   the  As |^,d��/' September 16tb. of the 3-mon.hS
���
been taking levels in the As
pen Grove section, found the
elevations much lower than expected and engineers will be
at work shortly surveying the
new route.
���.-��� ���������*> .'-iiiuiiins
��*���*����� of  Mr. and Mr*. Thomas
...   ..,��� ���*���!*,��� ore
body at the head of Bear creek.   On my
*ay out I ctme through the Nicola Val
ley and found it making good progress.
It, it BufferinK, ho��erer, in the respect | r���der in indemnity clause ill ihe would
that ill railroads under conttruction ttl hg��� ������ heen ,b|e a, |ef ,rom RuM���
present cannot secure sufficient labor, but  _0Hld h,ve j^,,, Dse per Mnt mter(lft 0D
it  it   believed  thi* will be remedied as the $t��X),00O.000 she demanded.
Willi.-,      Th. a___T -ZTk-TTI"1"  *' the  ha"<"tin��  ~  owm.he     Thii tmounted to |,'IO,nO(I.OOO.   If th
Williamt.     The fai enl   was  held  *t 'vorehwe.t,   when hundred  of   --���   ���
Lower Nioola on Sunday,  lUr. J. Py*'
officiating.
ertly preparing the w��y to wre��t from
the Russian hear a greater money jn i/.-
than he would ever htve been able to pay
in the name of tn indemnity. This prize
and joker n contained in the ninth and
eleventh articles of the treaty. Today
all Washington is laughing in its sleeve
at the way li ,e.��u has banded over thru
rhese clan.i- of the treaty over |30,000,
'100 annuallv <n Japan.
The clause reads: "Russia cede* to
lapan the southern psrt of Sakhalien
lilalid as far north as the fiftieth deijiee
nl north latitude, together with theisl*nd>
dependent thereon. The right of navi-
_*atiori is assured in th* Bay* of La
I'smuse and  I'srtare,"
This seems to be very simple in its
iireparation but read article 11 tnd you
*ill see the fine tnd crafty hind of the
Japanese when the clause stitet.'
"Russia engages herulf to mike tn
���ureement with Jtptn giving to Japanese
.ul'jecis the right to fish io Russian i��rn
lorial water of the Set of Jtptn, the Set
of Okhotsk and Baring 8**."
Both thete clauses, it is asserted here
hy eminent authori'Ms, ire nothing les-
thati giving to Japan paramount power in
the P'Citic. placing her in advance of the
United States there snd giving her fish
ery right in the seas of Bering, Okhotsk,
Tartars and La Psrouse worth t third
more than her fiiheries rights in the Pt
-���ihe tre worth to the United States.
Japan's rigii*. tn M lW under the treaty
Mid to b* worth J30.0(A),000 or 110,-
000,000 mor* than thosa of the tinted
States,
If an iiidemniiy hid been issented to,
Japan would not htve gained these rights.
Under in indemnity clause ill ihe would
Property Into Town
Lou.
The engineers have finished
surveying the addition to Nicola townsite owned by R, H
Winny, comprising about thirty
acres, bounden on the east by
Dalley street and. on the west
by Nicola street, on the south
by Main street and north by
Eighth street.   '
The measurement of the lots
are 50 by 120 feet and are undoubtedly good locations for
building purposes. Mr. Winny
will be ready in a few days to
commence the sale of the lots,
and no doubt on account of
the splendid location they will
be quickly disposed of. .
A. K. Carrington is acting
as agent for this property,
TH- DOMINION FAIR
INSURH IN CANADIAN COMPANIES.
Investigation Show* Up the New York
Life Company.
Th* future of the insurance investigation  tt N*w York lut   week wtt the
admission that th* New York Life Insur
R. 0. CtmpbellJohniton, F. Bailey
��nd Wm. Murray, I* on Sttntitj m
Aspen Grove, when Mr. Johnston will
���ill look  over that  section.     They ire
interested ,n the Tom Cat group of clsim.
whioh will be opeted up more thoroughly
'hii winter. Mrs. C.mpb*l|.JohD.ton
"ho 11 ��t preset! tt Kamloopt will lpend
the winter in thin dittriot with her bus-
band.
 ��� ._��     Thia amoun
ait,   when hundred  of   laborers Hr,t demsnd
released
will be released.
wai accepted by Russia, s
"ith of  it   would hive*itiefiedJ��p��n
jsiith of  it   would hive satisfied Japan
The important pur.hu* of tb* Ch.rter. , plnJing th,t ,he cou|d Dot m m lndtn,.
ranch coal ajaj* by Jam*. Dun.muir be I ���itr derB,nded,   ,���,,   i,p,���el, �����,������,���,
trays a shrtwd knowledg. of the situation m ��� hj *_,���������.������, thia clause md  btv
by this cpittlist, md the prices reported  ing j, p||, jn th(( trMfy
to  hav*  bten pud indicate ihat he hit |	
made one of  the belt bargains for the i
11    j   l. ���    j _. . l Rosen Denies London Tarn,
area of land obtained that has ever been
made in the purchase of valuable props r-     A N����   York  """patch ������.�����:   Barno
tie* of�� hk�� nature in the province. Thu  Ro8"> h���� V���* nut ��D emphitic tnd uu-   * "* """u''lr;s* l"a
coal, known ai tht Coldwtter will un- ' <|u**>lirjed dental of th* at try cabled from  gcr    one, form   a trio of huge
doubtedly command  the coal  and coke [ L��ndoa to the effect that a secret treaty  l)U|k anc| graceful   architecture
trade of the interior betweea th. cast ������� been irnng^i between the Kmperor    ,      .    .     .,   , ,
   ���,. ���., ,ort ur. In.��r. I and  th.  Columbi.  river.   Th.  Nicol. * *+ md th. K,���p.ro, of J.pun. pro ; tfl'J �� "*"  docs ��� gr^t deal
nice  hid  contributed to the campaign     ���* "������*��">��   "ill  b*   held on Tueidty [ Vtlley Iron md  Coil Company md the "ding, among other things, thtt Russis  to lend Dei'UtV to that   portion
fundi of the Rennbliean ��.��.;�� "<-   �����">���"�� "���*'  ������>��-- :- -   "'        propartie*  icguired   by Mr.   Dunjiiiuir ihould pay in indemnity of t^l.OOO.OOO, | ()|   tne   town      ]"ne  Q|J   majn
practically control ill the marketable coal  '����������� ��l"0.0OO,0OO to be paid for the car(| .        , , ,.
at the mouth of the Coldwater river, aud ,''"" ��� I ->'"' �����-*��� ��**** structure ���������   �����en tfioroughly
II the coil makes t  first cltst coke, it is   "f ""���    B��r"�� R"Mn d��cl��f��d  ,n�� """ '
Opens Next Wednesday and Will be a
Orand Affair.
Queen's Park at New Westminster is aplace altogetherdif-
ferent Irom what it was a year
igo and given fine weather
there will be sights there in a
few days time that will niakt
new records in exhibition lines
lor the Royal city.
Every building and all parts
of the grounds are infested with
workmen and artisans in all
lines are fast making the park
a novelty on the Pacific coast
The buildings, that is the lar-
fund* of tha Rapnblietn party in 181*6, e,fninK n��t  at 8 p.m. in Tha Nioolt
1900 md 1904.   Vio.-Prttident Perkin, Herald Mock for the purpot. of forming
���aid  thtt  th*  oomptny  aontidered the ,n ��,nl"t'�� iwocittion.   Thot. internted
oontribution  justified  a. they were  of io ���-?<"- ��nd tthlttioa tre requested to
opimoathttthesucoeMoftheDemoontic tur" "����� ��">" it ii hoped there will be a
party would be t bid thing for tb* com
piny tnd its policy hold*���. Th* oom
psny's affair* tre considered worse thin
the Equittblt. For t nf* proposition insure in * Canadian company.
Next LleutenanWtovernor.
Tbe question of lieutenint-governor of
British Colambi* will not be ditousted
until after th* Dominion Ftir. Stnttor
Templemm will go to Ottawa before it Is
settled. Hit recomm*nd��tlon will no
doubt go, and it look* tt thit time tt
though Riley will replte* Sir Henri July.
.    .__,��   "...  etc A
large tttendtnoe. It it intended thtt th*
isHocittion should ttkt op each branch of
���port in ill leison.
W. S. (for* Raalgna.
W, 8. Gor*, deputy oommisiiontr of
,.j. ���j ���<-- ���
... ...v., m cr
ii the coil mikei t first class coke, it is I a* �����,   Biron Rosen declared the saury
eipected that large smelting plants will  ���>��" n"t the -lighten foandition tnd wtt
be erected  somewhere  in  the vioit ity ',ib,ur" on '������ ���'��c������
which   will  treat  th. ores of th. differ* | _____--___���
ent camp* in that vicinity.
The  Great  Northern   bis obtained t
renovated and painted, the two
new ones, forming two sides
to the square finish of the pic-
^^^^^ _ Three Day. Holiday. Mrf which L to be presented to
firit cits. rout, through th. HaMrt, J J5 prn;inci'' I'L"'-1 b" !�����-1 New  Westminster's    visitor-.
will  doubt...,  throw  ..purdo/nthe ^^..thr~dr^^��"^t.|when   the   JJ  ^ ~
.. .���..��� .*.>���   tt(j ,|,,t tnree days     ^ ^^^^^^^^^^  ^ainl
will  doubtless throw i spur down the ^ t0 ,n th, whools in Britiih Colaaibu I _."        Vc ���        \ l
 .���, o, Coidw��t.r to tb. Nicol. Vtiiey. md tap durm| m D(1Blloj ��� ��m< do Mmm ; opens the great fair on the 27th
lindi tnd workt tor thit province, has re   the coal field., which will put the vtlley in  t^g mtit jn the ft capita grant, oa, of this month.
signed his office.    Definite action has not the commanding position of having l-�� | thi..-���.....     ��-s.i  . ' ��
been ttkta oo the riicnttioa. hn�� if -in  .    ���
Sobasribe for th* Herald. |2 per year.
signed hi* office. Definite action ht* not
been ttk*a on the rtignttloa, bnt it will
ascepled. No tnnouncement it mtde is
to wbo th* taoottaor of Mr. Gor* will be
but it it ramored that W. J. Goepel the
tepi.aeit !���.��.��. *
 ..... 1���ps**si tne
preMnt in.peotor of officw, will be placed IO P R k��� ___ VT"" """ ""
i. the petition. Mr. Gor. h*. bThl?--^" '"^^ * f��"d ff0ID
offic.  n..,ly   thirty  yeir(i ho,di      m
d.paty oo����iwonmhip uader *uco��-
���in goT*rnm*oti
��� -...., _< ^ng utide in th* per capita grant, oa
the commanding position of hiving two tni, tecomi    October 4, 5 snd 6 will ba
roads, both to the coi.t md to the Simil- tDe dtte, 0t th, holidiyt.
kitnesn and Boundary districts.
' a
A buoyant feeling prertdei tht country
everywhere, ind It ii believed when the
f\   D    _    tl
The macadamized drivewav
has perhaps come in for as
many words of praise as any ol
the other  innovations at (+ie
Spenoe. Bridge to Midway ��d h  GSiT_ST__K _2_f W""   ��ther   inno^������ ��  *e
North.��� from CovJ,. .m* ^'m)^^^ fc*    ** **  N Substan-
w**k.
| the outlay. THE  NICOLA HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Published Every Thursday
Subscription, In Advance, $2 a Year
Nicou, B. C. Sr i jwhkk 21,1905.
*<**%*a<%<%<%<%<i<*<*<**** 1905
1905!
In the course of kit addresi at the Kd
monton inaugurition ceremonies, Sir Wil
frid Laurier very happily likened Canada
unto the kingdom of heaven:   ' Let roe
say  to  one and all of our new fellow
countrymen," he said, "thai the Domin
ion of Cinadt is in one respect like the
kingdom of Heaven.   Those  who  comt
at the eleventh hour will receive t. far
treatment as those who have been in tin
fold for a long time.    What we have wi
want to share with them, our land, om
laws, our civilisation.   Let them be Brit
sin's lubject*.   Let them take their ihtre '
of the life of thii oountry, whether it be j
tnunicipil, provinciil or  national.   Let
them be electors as well as citizem.   We
It not tnticipile, and we do not want,
that  my  individual! should forget the i
land of  their origin or their ancettort. j
Let them to the past, but let them look
also to  the (uture; let them look to the
land of their ancestors, but let them look
also to the Isnd of their ohildren.     Let
them becoms Canadians, British lubject**,
Hal give their heart and soul, their enemy,
their vowi to Canada, to its institution*, ,
to  Its king,   who,  like  hit  illustrioas',
mother   is a  model  constitutional sov
ereign."     	
Miny of the nnchen in the vioinity
have ported notices forbidding ihooting
on their premises. Not thit the moet of
them object to the killing of i limited j
amount of gime, but it is the wholesale i
destruction, killing and chasing of Mock
BEEF, WINE
&
rRINCETON
NICOLA
THE OLD TIME TONIC
This tonic haa been on the
market In a hundred years
tnd is the ftvonte, notwithstanding the large amount of
advertising done by patent
medicine firms. Thia is not *
patent medicine, hut is a home
remedy origimting in one of
the early settlers' home* of
this country. It contains th*
strengthening properties of
prime, lean beof, t soluble
IT MAKES BLOOD
salt of iron, together with good
sherry wine If you are run
down���feel bad and realize
that you need a tonic���you will
find in this long known remedy
a never failing rejuvenator.
We put this up ourselves,
know the quality of every ingredient we put in it and guarantee that there's no beiter
Beef, Iron snd Wine on the
market.   Full 16 oz bottle tl.
E
i   SEPT.26T00CT.7
NEW WESTMINSTER
Stupendous md comprehensive array
of Exhibits representing the resources of ill Cmadt.	
U
WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW"
In Prize* and
Attractions
MMLERY DRUG GO
I.I KITED
IC-fl-lt-LOOPS,    :
Enlarged grounds, new, hind,
tome snd spacious buildings
World's Chamuionship events in Rowing
and Lacrosse, Horse Racing, Broncho
"Busting," Military Parades and Ex
i    ercises.
1 Royal Iriih Guards and other Famous
Bands,
(���rand Water Carnival-Parade of Fraser
river fishing Heet, patrol boats, H. M.
t      Warships, Indian war canoes, etc.
��� I Indian Sports.
For ill information write W. H Keary,
Secretary and  Manager, New Weslmin-
| iter, B. C.
E. C.
���_>**>*_*�����_�� tyCJ-t^a-ya,- _>���>*>��
NOTICE
Notice is herebv given that within sixty days
nef making aiiplic ailon to the
HORACE F. EVANS
Explorer ami Urologiat
Ot the College of Liberal Art
Having made a careful examination of the
Thompson, Honaparlo and Nicula divisions of
Yale district, British Columbia, Is prepared to
furnish investors and imendlnn inve-tors with
ifrnrn date! intemfmaklng application lo the  reliable reports on I lie occurrence of metsllifer-
nreaking   th*   fences   aod leaving ga'ee  hnneirahlechiefeommissioneroflandsandworks, ous otes, al o coals, lignite coal and lignite
,   . ____ I for permission to purchase 7S acres of pasture  within the district indicated,
open, have caused them to forbid sports ] lHn() in lhe Yaie division of Yale dienrlct situ \   Having made a careful examination or the
I ated as follows:   Commenting at a stake at the , Coldwater coal beds of the Mcola Valley and
i S.W. comer of Lot 716. running thence soulh 91  Hat creek country, vet y dependsble reports on
chains more or le*s to the N \v. ot Jas Cor
belt's coal lea��e, ther.ee east 111 chains, thence
north 20 chains to lot 7W, tht nee wesi 40 chains
to th�� point of commencement
it}*, COSTILLION,
We invite attention to our
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS
We have received several large shipments now and
would draw your special attention to what we are
showing in
Blankets for Home and Camp use. ' Large variety
all weights and prices.
Men's Working Shirts. Medium and Heavy
Woollen Underwear. Large assortment of Wool
Socks.
Driving and Working Gloves and mits in all
the best makes.
HUNTING AND RIDING COATS.
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GENERAL MERCHANTS
Forwarding Agents from Spences Bridge to all
points in Nicola and Similkameen.
Agents Nicola Townsite, Insurance Agents.
NICOLA. PRINCETON
men entering their premise*.
Aa tb* World Goes
A fellow walked up to a a**dy individual the other day and sanl
"Hello Bill; I law you in th* parade
yesterday. Who were those prosparoui
men riding ahead in tht carriages]"
"Oh, thoie were the brawert.".
"Who were those fellows with diamonds andailk hatt whn followed!'
"Oh, they were the s��loc.nk**p*t*."
"And what was that rabble trailing on
behind with you f"
"Oh, they were the consumer*."���
New York World.
A rati dodiih man ii of no uie in tbn
busy world ticept to be flirted with by
foolish girls.
Tenders will be received hy Alec. D.
Mtcintyre, official administrator, for the
purchase ot the cattle, horses and other
personal property and real estate of the
late Antonio Godey.
Subscribe for the Herald. 12 per year.
Jnly 20th. 1905
NOI'U'E
Thirty days after da'e I intend to apnly i o
th* Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
tor alioenoe to cut and carry away timher f ont
the follow Inn described lands: Cnmmeiictiig al
soont marked t. Woodward one mile �� westerly from J. Coutlee's pre-emption line and rim
ning north SO chains, east 80 chain',south st
chelns. west DO chains to point of t'ommeiic-
mettcontaining M0aces M*n comiiien<ing
at a post marked T. Woodward and running
north HO chains, west 80 chains, s nitB 80 chains,
east 80 ch ins to point of onmniencemenl, ouo-
lainlng 610 acres.
K WOOIIWAKII. locator.
J, K. 8HIVKL Agent.
All*. 7,1905.	
the character of these coals and lignites will be
furnished to iiiwstnrsand others. These ex
atnlnationshavc extend, d ovor many years and
ihe value as well as extent of iheccial measures
will be given, hi gular address, Ai+rnfl, B,C.
Cable and Tel. addiiss, "I ailon." Ai-hroft.
NOTICK.
Sixty days after date 1 Intend to applj to the
chief commissioner of lauds and works fnr permission to pnrchase 32(1 acres, more or less '
mountain pasture land.situaied on Ihe south
��ld of stump Lake in the Nic.la Valley divis
  |,n of Yale district,   Su li land being described
north 80 chains. eaet80 chains, souih 80 Umfollcws exdu-ive of mineral claims:   a W.
t Section 3. T WO. S. W. 1 Section IU, T 100,
commencing al ihe ���outh ea-t corner of lhe
north west {section 3, T IO', running * chainc
north, thence 40 chains west, thence 80 chain"
s .uth, thence IU chain! eaat to point of commencement M. M. Kuwakds.
Rockford. B. C��� Aug. 11,1905.
N<��TWK.
ALEC D. MAC1NTYRE
cct'ir.
>c> Agenl.
Thirty days after dat* 1 Intend tt apply lo lhe
enief eoiiiniiBe-ioner of lands and work- for a llc-
ene.e in pro-peel for 0 al on tie followieg land
commencing at auo*-i ma-ked J. .lie ain-. N. K.
eerner, ihence Soulh 80 chains, thence w st
80chaln��,'hemeNorih��i chains, ihene Kaat
811 chaens lo point of com   enoenient
J. M. Me AUK, Localor
J      a uliiin. Agent.
Coldwater, Nicola, July 23.190.1
Commencing at a ntxt ssarks* * O Mr-
I'abe, N. W, corner, running s uth 80 chains,
Kast 80(hains, North80eh��ins, * is' SI chains
tn point, of commencement.
A O  Mpf"AR    l,is*��U>r.
.1  I ..-Ml inn. Agenl.
Coldwater. Mcola. July 23. _M
i omnienclnv at a is .si in��rltcil   K   *ml h'-.
N. K.' orner. runnins >outh HI c" s   We-t
80ehaln*, North sll chains. Kas   8c etialns to
point ot commencement.
K. SUM'
,1.1't.se
Coldwater, Nieula, July 23. M
Commencing si a post ntarkfl It. :>ev*d-nii.
N. vv. corner, running *o<\ li mi i hal ��. *-asi
'HO chain . North 80 chains "���. -i n ��� liiins lo
' initial (Kiel. R HA^ ll'-"N   I* *i|..r
Barrister, Notary Public &c. | co.dw��ter. mm*, m �� ���* A'en'
__,,.,,,. CO'iiuienc-ing at a posi ma ked B.  V.     oe��,
Official Admlnieetralor * K cor���,.r, running "-roth So e* ins. iheiu..
OfTine.-Commercial Blook. east ot Post Offlce.   We i 8n chain-, thence North 80 chain-, thence
KuiilnnuL It c *������* **' chains to initial pos'.
 -amiooai. n. *u   ����� ��� a. ,{rw | ,���,���,,���.
J Costillion. Agent.
lnhrt n    C-urancnn    R    A       ' nldwaier. Nlc-la. July 23. Wie
jonn ij. swanson, n. /\.  , (.<,,mi,e���rinK M* post ma-ked it j. no,. n
_     . _ ,. . .   ., _____   *'��� corner, running """it* �� chains   Kant 80
Hamster,  Solicitor and   Notary  Public ,nBil|���  vcrtti  80 cbalaa.  w ������-   ��" rhal - t<e
Office:   K_.t of th. Canadian Hank of Com \ ��� ���* R/' ,'^li Jn," Sm.
merce. south side of Victoria street, Kamloops, J rj*ja*y*aai, Nicola, July V i��l��
Money to loan on real estal e security.        i   Commencing al a pot mark-d II   Vclanes,
 ' ' N. -. <*irn��r, running South 80 ciialin-, *A'e*l
.. . ���_���__ . ��.  ��   ... ������.������    180 chains. Norm 80 chains, Kast so   i.alns Ui
HARDIMAN & MARSDEN ( 3 m.       K -tiTBjj ^
Land Mining and Oeneral Supply A_U j coldwater. Nimla, Jnly 23. M
... , ��� I   Commencing at a post marked V. M Inne*-.
Mining e'tglneers. Reports on mining proper ��� v w.roinr. running South 80 . ata that.
ties through the District. Agrn's lor minim/. ' Wrhmn��>North 80 chain- �� cat t eh i to
contraciotn, farm macblner), wagims. buggls. ,( ,t( (    '. M MelNNKS, Lo i  r    I
etc.  Cable addreMi:   "Aurum.    Codes: Brum- j j (*���,, (1,  ^ ^,nt j
hall, More.ng k Neal. A. H. C tlh. Coldwater. Nicola July It. 11*05.
Warehouse-( anford, Mcola Valley, B. C.    I   t nmmenclng at a pe��t marked W O   Mur ,
. | ray's, N. K. corn'r. ru ning .-ou'it   0 chain*, |
I Wesi eDchains. NnithWchalns; K. �� su    hiii
t.. initial pce-t       W. O. MI'HRAY I 0   ��r
J CosUllinn, Ageat.
Cold water, Nic*ola. July 23.190>
I C���inmencing st a lice' naked .1 ��. Mur-
rai's, N. W. corner, running South 80 chains.
j Ka*t 80 chains, Nort,', 80 chains, �� e st K) chains
I to Initial post. J. K. M VURA Y, 1/ncator.
J i o-til.lnn, Agenl,
MINKIUL ACT.
Certchcste cf I.i.prniements.
NOTICE
Aberdeep, Hljmoulh Queen. Manchester, Lon-
d n. Conner H*I!*J and   King   Soloman's
Dream Mineral Claims      Situate in the
Nicnla-Kacitlisip- Mining IHvisieeii of Yala
Did rict    claims located "ear MMileCreek,
North ^icola.
Take no'icn ihat  I. 'nhn Cl.ppertcn. free
miner's cerii'lca e Nn B76993. intend,60 days
froiei the dale hereo',In apilyto the mining j
recorder for a certiflrateof imornvemc.iiis. for |   sixtv days after date I in'end lo apply io the
the purpecce c.[ nbiaining a crown grant of the j chief c'onimissl'cner of lands and work" for per
above claim-. mission to pucdia-e40acres i<( mountain pas-
And ftirihT take noilce thataciinn. under  tursgecommencing at a post marked A. L s
eetlon 37.    nit in'mum cni'.it before I he issu- ' \ C<7 rorncr thence H 20 chains, thence K 20.
anceof anrhcertiitesteof Imnretvements i N 20, thence along Kish Ijuke shore to Initial
Daled this 15hd��) of September, 1905 Un,, _*erM. ANT01NNE LaMPRON.
JOHN cHI'I'KltTON.    lr7ih.Inly, 1905.	
METROPOLITAN
MEAT riARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Orders thncciuheiur the District reoeive careful attention and promptly delivered
JAIHEH POOLKV PropHetOT
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.
NOTICK
__>. o. _r.
ClOURT NICOLA, No. UK-1, A.O. K��� meets
) second and fourth Friday tn each month
at 8 p.m., In Potto's Hall. Visiting brethren
cordially Invlled.
Bic. A. Frssku. C. R.
A H. Cakkinotom. Sec.
The Deering
THE ONLY   MOWER
TO BUY IS
It has the lagest 8ale of any Mower in the market and is without doubt the
finest made.  Deering Binders are the best.
Olim. Ol Tllr.TT
A R. C, 8c. l/ondoa.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Kamloops, B. C.
Assays and analyses jt Ores, Coal and In
dust rial products.
Samples by mail or *_��e receive prompt *%S����^*^f&t j. 0r,hBm.
attention. JN. R.crner, running South ��0 chains, Wes'
~ ;Wchains. North W chain'*, K>st -n rhalns to
MRS. TUTILL-MARSHALL !ln,tulpo,u       yTffi_T_SSt
Coldwater, Nicola, July _. 19 5
NICOLA LAKE, B. C. i   OommencinK at, a post Burked li. Murray's.
N W. rottirt, niiemntr .-south 80 chains. IA es>
Graduate M. O. H and W H., Montreal.   si> chain . North 80 chain-. Ka-t NO chains to
Licentiate of tbe Oolieg* of Phy   initial post. II  MIUKAN, I.. ��mr.
stclans and  Surgeon* of th* Pro- J. ��� o��till,on. Agent.
vlnoe of Quebec.
Coldwater. Nioola, July O, M
Deering Hay Sweepers you can't do without.  Deering Stackers can't be
beat.  Deering Hay Rakes last the longest.   Write or call and see
W. HARGRAVES, - - Kamloops, B. C. THE  Nl-QOLA   HERALD
_____���__��� Id Ontario.
A few months igo a ycutig man aaa
killed by a blow from another player'*
���tick during t hockey much in Glengarry
county. Tb* man who struck the blow
wa* placed on trial on * charge of roan
slaughter, 'acquitted, and after hn acquittal was the recipient, of an ovation at
the handa of a crowd uf admiren who
awaited hi in outside the ct.ort mini.
Up in Kent c unity a man ass Hogged
and dipped in i well hy a crowd of white
uppers. Instead of a swift conviction
sud item punishment for the offenders,
there was a banquet c>n acquittal for
those charged with the crime.
In Peterboro county last week there
was a disgraceful midnight demonstration
of hoodlums in front of a farm house
Drring the demonstration .me- ,f th* p*r
tioipints fired three shots from a military
rifle, and, as a result, one child standing
inside the house was killed and anothet
wounded. Although the man who did
the shooini" admitted what he had done,
the coroner's jury accepter) the plea tha'
there was no intention to do harm, rend
ered a verdict ol accidental death, and
the shooter was allowed to proceed to
Ottawa tn take Dart in a military shooting
tournament, while a whole township, ac
cording to the press despatches, expres
���ed approval. I
It ii doubtful if a more deplorable
ihowing could he made for the worst of
the lynching Hates of the west or soutf
for die mine period.���(ioldwin Smith it
the Weekly Sun.
The (Mclen Star says: And yet the
Lord's Diy Alliance fanatics, who ire a1
present touring British Columbia, wapi
tn make this province a province like
"Christian Ontario." These evangelist*,
should be sent back to their own barn
yard; the savages of the ceut belt need *
little spiritual advice.
Peace Concluded.
The treaty of Portsmouth wai signet'
on Tuesday and peace onoe again reign
in the far eaat. The ftcllmving 6gun t
furnish interesting facts concerning tht
war,
Length of war 16 month.
Land battles (all won by Japs) J:
Naval battles (all won by Japs) 5
Russians killed 207,6'-''
Japanese killed 166 It'll.
Cost of  war  Russia tl 760 000 (HH
Japan 1,260 000,001
V .lip ihipe lost value 16.000,001
64 Ruastan ships  "   160 (KX),th>
Jsps engaged, Und 1.2(37 0CH'
Russians engaged, land I.OI.'l om
Slightly Mixed.
Two correspondents wrote to a cou..lr\
editor to know respectively, "the bee
way of asiitting twins through th* teething period,'' *nd how to rid an orchard ol
grasshopper*." The editor answered
both question* faithfully, but unfortun
ately got the names mixed, so thit the
fond fither of the teething twin* wis
thunderstruck by the following  advioe:
"If ynu are unfortunate enough to be
plagued by these unwelcome little peiti,
the quiokeit means of settling them is tn
cover them with itraw and set the itraw
on fire." While the man who wa* both-
���red with grasshoppers wa* equally
amazed to read: "The best method of
treatment is to giie them each i wirm
bath twice a day, and rub their gums
aith boneset.
NOTICE.
Notice is herehy given that within JO days I
intend to apply to the Commissions rnf Land
and works for licence to prospect for coal on
tnefollowlng described land situated on Lind
ley creek joining the James Carlln and the
Charles Oollett farm, commencing at the
aorth-east oorner of the James Carlln claim
and running 80 ohains west, thence 80 chains
north, thence 80 chains east along the line of
die Charles Collett farm to the Indian reserve,
tion, thence south to place of beginning, con
talning M0 acres or less.
Located Aug. 9ith. 1905. by
C. H. CLEAVER.
Paul Bockmier Agent
NOTICE.
Notice Is herehy given that within 30 day,. I
latend to apply to the Commissioner of Lands
aad Works for license to prospect for coal on
the following described land. Commencing at
the north east corner of lot 1480, thence east. 10
chain*, thence south 80 ohains, thence west to
halna thence 80 chains north to place of com -
menoenent
Sept lad, 19U6
THOMAS mCTCAIJ.
Paul Bockmier, Ageat
-THI.-
Bank of Montreal
Capital all paid up, $14,000,000 Rest, $ic.Ouo,i>oo
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $373,988
Total Assets        .... $135,124,452.74
PRESIDENT, Rt Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, O. C. M. O.
VICE PRESIDENT,        ��� ���        Sir Geo. A. Orummond. K. C. M O.
OBNBRAl, MANAGER - B. S. CL0U8TON
Head Office -Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from   $1.00  and   upwards.     Interest
credited twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
BANKING HY MAIL
Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail.     Out of
town accounts receiw every attention,
THE NICOLA BRANCH IS NOW OPEN
A. W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
BLAIR & CO.
-DEALER IN-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. C.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Resident Agentu ln Nicola for the
ROYAL, and LONDON & LANCASHIRE FIRE INSURANCE CO. _
Mop tat the
ROCKFORD HOUSE
Robt. Scott, Proprietor
When   traveling   on   the Nicola road
Convenient place for travelers, with good
.ccomniodatinn.
LOWER NIOOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL���-
I* prepared to take contract* for
���awing lumber and getting out
timber.
Uener-I Mill t on tract* Executod
I'RICB   MODKRATJS
Parties wiahing work can have name
promptly attended to Itv applying to
F. D. WOtiDWARD,
Lower Nicola, B. C.
| THE PLAOB TO BUY YOUR
SMOKING GOODS IS AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
KAMMIOP8
Full stock of Domestic and liniinrtml Cigars
timl the heel smoking tobacco always on hand
Drop In and enjoy a quiet frame of Hilli trds.
Agent forth* Pioneer Swam Laundry. Yancou
ver.  Laundry ship ed every Sainrday.
Jiiilfteiii lliitc
Unequalled as a
SuEncnep Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
QUIL-ORISA, B. C.
1IOTH.S
DOMINION HOTKL, the best house in town
Headquarters for the Nioola, Lewis creek
and Graniu*. creek stages. Kvery convenience
for travelers and commercial men. Excellent
'utile- and well storked bar. ('. J. Robinson k
Co.. proprietors, Kamloops.
MONTHKAL HOTKL Kamloops. Napoleon
Latremouillc, proprietor, lint claim It
evety particular. Oood wines, Liquors and
cigars,   st Hiding ln connection.
KAMI.OOI'S HOUSK, f, Herod, proprietor
Heel stork of wines, liquors and cigars in
Ihe Interior. Just the spot fora nice cool re
freshing glass of beer. When In Kamlisips
call In.
GRAND PACIFIC HOTKL Kamloops.   The
nearest hotel to I lie railway elation.   The
only covneninnt hold for travelers.     Good
rooms, good table, good liquors.    Two large
sample rooms.   P A llarnharl, proprietor.
Good stapling in connection.
ASHCROFT HOTKL The most convenient
hotel for visitors In Ashcroft. The best of
table board. Hot ana cold baths. Our representative meets all trains. Johnson k Perkins,
proprietor*,
GRAND CENTRAL HOTKL, Ashcroft, Everything up in tiaiet. the house has lately
been remodelled and is now under new management. The bar is supplied with choicest
brands of wines, liquors and cigars. When in
Ashcroft atop at the Grand Central, Oeorge
Ward, proprietor.
Otter Flat Hotel
Charles Debarro, Proprietor.
TULAMEEN CITY, ��� ��� ��� - B. 0.
Headquarter* for Summit, Rabbitt
mountain, Tulameen river, Boulder, Bear
and Kelly creek camp*. Good Fishing
and Boating.
P. O. Addreae:   Aipen drove.
STBwA FIT'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
also Ocnoral Livory
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every Thursday lor Nicola Lake,  Kamloops,
Princeton and way points at 6 a. m.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 a.m,
eave  Kamloops
Every Monday lor Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a, m.
ea ve Princeton
1 very  Sunday   6 a. m��� arriving Spences
Hridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
I very Tuesday and Friday for   Spences
Bridge at 6 a. m.
Every Friday for Princeton at 6 a. m.
pedal trips made by appointment.
Telephone connection with Kamloops
M. P. STKWART, Proprietor
R. M. WOODWARD
Is still doing business at the Old Stand. A
,'ood stock of Lumber constantly on hand.
Jrders promptly filled.
Lower Nicola,      -     -     -     B. C
Rosedale H��tise, LovVer _\!icola
GENERAL STORE, POST OFFICE, EXPRESS
AND TELEPHONE OFFICE.      -      ���      -
S. J. WOODWARD
NIOOU STAGE
E. J. Martell.
LEAVES SPENCE'S BRIDGE
Every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, 7 a.m.
RETURNING FROM NICOLA
Every WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY, 7 a.m.
J. McQUISTON
J\|crel]ai]t jailor
Gefyts Fiirijisljer
Now is your time to se'ect your Summer Suit. Nice
patterns of Scotch, English and Irish Tweeds. First c ass
fit guaranted.
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker,Jeweler
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
All kind* of Watches, Clock*, Jewelry,
etc., kept io stock.   Wedding present* * specialty.
Flrat el*** repair* done on ihort notioe
tnd returned tt once.
If Yo_ Need Awftt-g
Line, send your work to tha undersigned.
All order* finished in * workmanship
manner.   Cabinet work �� specialty.
j. r. McGregor,
Lower Nioola, B. C. THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NEWS
Mr*. Kirby of Quilchent wt* in Nicol*
���q Tuesday.
Thi*. Hunter  left Tueeday morning
for Princeton.
Business Local*.
Smok* Interior or La Morena Cigars.
Summer apples, i cent* t pound tt R.
H, Winny'*.
A.   Murchie,   photographer,  left  for
Princeton the first of the week.
Miss Galloway of Vanciuver ia spending her holidays in Nicola with Mrs. N
J. Barwick.
Notice* fnrbiddim? hunting on your
ranch can b* obtained at the Nicola
Herald office.
The double train aerrice on the C. P.
R. whioh bas proven ��o satisfactory, will
be continued until October .'(1st.
When you want a good amok* ask for
the Interior or La Morena Cigar, manufactured   by the  Inland   Cigar Factory, |
Kamloops.
Views   of  Cariboo,   Yale,  Nicolt and
Similkameen  distriota   at   Carrington'a
Harness
and   Saddlery
Now is the time to buy your liar
neas and Saddlery.     I have in
atock a full hue s piodssuitsble
to tbe trade.   Saiefaction guaranteed.   All kindt of
KM'tntm;
Han.ess, Hoots, Shoes, etc., done
neatly and promptly.
N. J. BARWICK,
NICOLA LAKK,      ��� B. C.
"THE PEOPLES STORE."
ARRIVING EVERY WEEK
FRESH GROCERIES
Our Leaders in Teas are Marigold,
Nabob and Salada���all Favorites
Service will be held in the Church of
England on Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7 16
p. m.   Communion at morning service.
Mrs. Rosenberg of Ashcroft who has
been staying with Mrs. M. P. Stewart,
leaves on the morning's stage for her
home.
store   or   A.   Murchie,
Princeton.
photographer,
LAKE OF WOODS FLOUR
D. Dodding of Lower Nicola held service in the Presbyterian churoh, Nicola,
last Sunday evening in the absence of
Rev. J. Pye.
Dan Munroe is now i* charge of Stewart's stage between Spences Bridge and
Nicola. Johnnie Clapperton is handling
the Kamloops end.
Rev. Oen. Mason accompanied by Jas
MiQuiston and Sidney Smith spent Sun
day at the severa1 railway camps below
Lower Nicola holding service.
HARDWARE
SHELF GOODS
MINING SUPPLIES
LUMREIt SUPPLIES
McLAUIillLIN'S
CARRIAGES
WAGONS
MoCORMICK MOWERS
A full line nf the above always kept
in stock at close prices tc
LEEMINC'S HARDWARE
KAMLOOPS
F. G. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CARRIAGE AND WAliON WORK
Horseshoing done in a
I first class manner.   Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
All Work Guaranteed
Wellington Douglas who has heen laid
up for the past ten days with mountain
fever, is so far recovered that he ha��
been able to return to the home of hi>
aunt, Mrs. Pooley.
J. L Brown representing Kurt* Cigar
Co., and Emil Sterfz of the Kamloopa
Brewery, were in town Monday on their
way tn K��mloe>ps fr.im a tour throng'
the Okanagan and Similkameen districts
FOR SALE
A Stock Ranch containing'
4740 acres,situated near Doug
las Lake, with all necessary implements and also stock. For
particulars apply to
W. M. LAUDER,
Quilchena, P. 0.
Springbank Ranch. Jai'T 11 h, ItfOt,
M BEATTIE
Accountant, Commission, Insurance
and General Agent.
MainHireet ���      ���     Kanilonns
We have constantly on hand
Hardware, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Miners' Supplies, etc.
At Right Prices
To arrive shortly���A Oar Lot of Groceies,
Provisions, Coal Oil &c, for fall and winter.
UR,
J. Gibson returned on Monday evening
from Princeton where he had been visit
ing with his son. During his stay in
Nicola he wis the guect of his niece, Mm.
Barwick. He left Tuesday for his home
at Chilliwack.
RILEY HOUSE
NICOLA MKK. B.C.
First class boHrtl and lodging by I It
.lay week or month Every ttt*Btln
given to the travelling mMo,
MM    Rll.KY,   Proprietress.
A man named McLellan employed as a
carpenter al Guichon's ranch, had a nail
puncture his knee about ten days ago.
Last Saturday the knee began swelling
and D'. Tutill was called ��ho reducer!
the inflammation considerably, the limb
bping three inches larger than its usual
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Horse Shoeing a specialty
NICOLA LAKK, B.C.
NOTICE
To Hunters
Notice is hereby given tha' hiiini'>*
"heeoting on the proiter'y of the D.nig
Lc,ke Cattle Company is forbidden A
person or persons limiting or shoo'
on the above property ��i|l he pruseco
under the sections of the Game Ao��,
���I. II   n*_UT_i
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
3010 Westminster Road
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
It. <. i.roun si.*. I.  ol Fruit niiii
Oriiaiiii'iilal Trees.
A|i|llrT'i'l">, ifitnii :iye*r iiMh: ">l."> Io |20 tn-i
i��l.n eonluiKlo vu'iciv. One-year-old*, t to;
t'l'l. till In filter 11*1
Bit** ales flock of Cherry, Peach. I'lun .
iprlcoU, i't*\, now ('owing; fnr fall MH, v'
viicii��c. liMKiird.-lei)nf fiiiiiiiiaiioii nr unite*
toll.    1*1 line mi eycellfli-l belfOH'IllacitlK J0II
clcr    'Mttlenf free.
i.i-H'iilioiw I'lanU Floral Work, Hee .Su
��� lies, Kriiii Packages. Ki-rlil'wrs, etc.
M. J  HicA'RV,
n 11 W..-i*iiineJter Koad,       Vavimiivkk, H. I
Gewral Agent Excelsior Life Insurance Co.
Notary Public.
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
"ir PAYS TO DEAL WITH US."
WATCH REPAIRING
III kinds of Wa'ch, Clock
at d .leoelry reiairs d"in* ill
lies- *J**a order and satisfac-
ti"ti icuiranteed. All work
entrusted to our ore will be
completed anil re orneil witu-
II       III.J
V,     -I.    Itlll'llllle   A    <:0.,
1'. I', li T nee |i,.|ieeloit.. Kamloops
Jos. Lampr m arrived in town Tuesday
for medical attendance. While working
around the thresher at the Douglas Lake
Cattle Co.'s property, he unfortunately
got his right hand miied up in the eg
wheels badly lascerating the fingers. Dr
Tutill is taking care of the young man at
his residence.
The party who has the jack screw be
longing to the A, K. Howse Co. Ltd.,
will ni,Ice hy returning same at once
The A I Howse Co., Ltd.
NOTICK.
Official Administrator's Act
In re Ksta'e *|
ANTOINK GODEY
A car of groceries, coal oil _c , just ar
rived, also some fine new dress goods jus'
opened up, A shipment of Lake of
Woods flour���Fie/e Roses Brand, and
more Universal Bread Mirers will be*
bere this week, "The People's Store,"
A. H. Carnngion.
TKNIIKIW will he received hy Ihcc under
���eiirned for the ptjdkM* of 'hit Cuttle. Hum i
and other personal property, Hm| ths real et*
title nf th* bid   Antciiiic iiieile'i.   TiTiti. I'ti-h,
Particulars thereof may is* .ii,i,���n,.t] tnmi
Peter Marquart, Nicola, H >'.
ALIO 1). M-CTKTTRR.
Offlloal Administrator, Cocin'* ..f Yale,
Kamlc��os, B. C.
_
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that any person
fishing cr hunting on th* property of A.
E. Howie, without * ptrmit, except
guests of the Driard Hotel, will be prose
cuted. A. E, Bowse.
Nicolt, Sspt. 21st, 1905.
We are headquarters for
School Books
Scribblers,
Exercise Books
and sii|i|ilitM>f every description
Give us a trial
	
SMITH BROS
BDOt_��TuAlE
Kamloopa and Vernon
NEW SPRING GOODS
ARRIVING DAILY----
We are in a position to show you one of the best assorted stocks ever placed in Nicola, We have secured
the newest and most fashionable goods, so you can depend on anything you see here as just right for style,
quality and value.
We lead and will convince you so that you will
leave us and be well satisfied with our goods.
New Dress Goods
New Skirts
New Silk Waists
New Shoes
All of the Best and Prices to suit the pockets.
See and be Convinced.
Lumber, Flour and Feed always on Hand.
u
lillk;
GENERAL MERCHANT
Lower Nicola,        -        -        B. 0.
UOTICE.
A .HITTING of the County Oeurt of Yale,
will be held in the Court House, Nioola
H 0, on
Monday, 9th October
at 10 a. m.
GEO. MURRAY,
G.C.K*fietrv
JAMES SMITH
GENERAL
BLACKSMITH
LOWER NI'OLA. B. C.
All Itinili of repmr work done in a
neat and tttisfnotorj umuueraud in shor'
notice.
Horseshoeing
OGUfLKE HOTEL
COUTLEE. B. C.
Jos. fticliards,     -      proprietor
[Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.  First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Oood SUbllng ln Connection.
Telephone Connection

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