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Vol. I.  No. 24.
NIOOLA, B.O., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26,1905.
$2 a Year.
ASPEN GROVE CAMP
WHAT THI JACK MAO HEW8PAP-R
MSN THINK OF IT.
Description of Thi* Interesting Mining
Ot���lp M Told by Practical Mining and Newspaper Man to
Th* _aat*r_ Pre**.
Th* Portland mine islocsted on * group
of four cliims staked by tha 8ste outfit
It is owned by Terr* Hsute, Indiana.
people, and i* th* only claim in th* csmi
���hich may properly b* classed aa a developed mine, though it is really only a pro
ved prospect as yet. It hss t shaft 115
(est deep, well timbered all th* way down
with t eroMcut of 106 feet, beside* ��
great deal of aurfaca work to prose thi
���Stent of it* or* bod/, which ia large ana
apparently of excellent mineral bearing
character. Tb* buildinge consist of a
ihslt house, engine house and hoiatinv
machinery, cook house and dming room,
stank bout* sod *tabl*a. All the** build
tags are of cheap log construction, but
are commodious and wall adapted to theii
parpoM. Thar* is no fool extravagance
���bout them. They will answer all thi
purposes lequired of them until th* mine
i* pat on * paying basis, when more ala
borate building* will probably take theii
place. Had tha lame tort of policy been
adopted io connection with other mine
properties in British Columbia there would
not today b* monument* nf squandered
capital standing on tbe sites of barren
kola*, u '.here are. Th* Portland oum
pany ha* several thousand tons of grey
copper ore laying on itidump, taken from
tha shaft snd crosscut. At preterm active
Dining operation* are auspended owing t<
lack of (hipping or reducing facilities, but
if �� railway war* under wty hare st pr*
sent, work could lie token up and thou
aands of ton* ot or* would be ready for
shipment by th* first train going out.
The Portland company also own* 160
acre* of timber land in the vicinity, ita
mineral claim* not being so well timbered
a* th* general run of thectmp. This com
ptny is �� partnership owner of the Quilchena Fall* power with the Bat* outfit.
Work on th* various claima in the camp
varies from mere assessment work up to
tbtton th* Allen claims, with a 30-ft
���haft tnd numerous crosscut*: the Pearle
group with a 90 ft. tunnel; th* Standaid
with t 66-foot shaft and a 50 foot crosscut
tnd iurft.ee work, tnd the Cincinnati,
with t 400-foot tunnel tnd surface work.
Uf course thia work haa not gone along
for five or *iz years without being to tome
���i tent noticed by th* out aid* world, but
whit is known of it is principally timing
mining circles of th* Pacific coast cities in
tb* Untied States. The camp, so ftr as I
can learn, has never before been described
in detail in th* Canadian press, nor for
that matter in any other, eicept in a
mining trad* piper in the Western .States.
Tht camp hit from time to time been
visited by reprtnentativea of the United
Slat** mining capitalists, but the lack of
railway facilities tnd th* obscure chance
of toy has not hid t stimulating effect on
their desire to invest in thtt* prospects.
Now thtt a railway it being built to
within twenty miles of the camp, and th*
line has been surveyed for *n extension
of thi* branch almost to th* very hill tide
on which th* camps ar* located, it ia nor*
than likely thtt United States capital will
be invested largely in here within the
next ftw year*. Th* ore in general of
thi* camp has proved to be muoh richer
than th* tverage, whil* there ii muoh
thtt ii exceptionally high in topper.
When it it remembered thtt copper or*
can under ftvortble conditions be profit
tbly mined carrying a* low at oh* per
FIREWATER.
Distributed to Indian* Throughout Th*
Nicola Valley.
Throughout th* Valley, during th* put
few week*, th* consumption of whisky
by Indian* ha* been considerably above
the normal, to the detriment of traders
and contractor* alik*.
Presumably, those responsible for th*
carrying out of tht Itw are either power
le** jr apathetic. On* it told that th*
I'ical constable il stationary tt N'Oola
Lake in order thtt he mty b* found when
wanted.
At the present time t constable it very
much wanted in the neighborhood nf the
various ranoherie* where whitei and half
breed* alike openly peddle whiaky to the
Inditni. Traders in and around the
Nioola Valley are almost solely dependen
upon Indian teamsters for thetr supplie-,
and now that a considered* amount ot
money circulate* in the valley ever)
month a quiok freighting service i* of n
leermanent importance. Bad roads are
on* source of delay at the preseut time
but that ia due to heavy fall rains and in
created traffic; bad whisky causes mnrt
delay���a delay that oan lie remedied il
those in authority are willing to do it. It
is in the best interests of th* Indian*
themselves thtt th* government should
intervene. Bad whisky make* a bad mai
of th* beat Indian that ever drove a team
tnd every trader in the Valley knows k
to hit cost.
Whtt it wtntod is t well mounted pat
nil, who thould be ubiquitous. Th* pro
vineial eonstaol** tt Nicolt Lake tnd si
Spanot* Bridge trt both capable and ener
getio men���but then ia long atretch ol
r ad b*tween those two points untrodden
by th* official foot. Superintended
Hussey know* the upper oumry well,
mayb* ht will give the Attorney General
a pointer.
Capt. C. L. Flick.
Opposition to P. Burn*.
A Vietorit dispatch says, The Western
Ctnadian Ranching Company hta pur-
chetted full control of th* B, C. Markat
Co., Ltd. The-ranching company ii back
ed by Knglish espial represented in British Columbia by C. A. Holland tnd J. D
Prentioe, tnd own eitensive stock inter
osts in Chilcoten, Ashcroft tnd Kim
loops districts.
It ii proposed to immediately carry out
grest improvement* in the Victoria and
Vancouver establishments tnd to tdd
cold storage plsnts.
cent, of copper, that aome of th* biggast
ttrnera in America, such aa tb* Michigan
and North Superior mines, sre no rioher
and yet psy enormous dividend*, ind that
there are good indications of very large
bodiea of or* in Aspen Qrove carrying
from four to ninty four per cent, oopper,
with gold and ailver values, it may easily
be imagined that this camp will hav* t
greet future one* it is put in touch with
adi quale shipping facilities.
Th* principal danger confronting this or
any other British Columbia milling camp
ia th* wild catter and grtfttr. The pro*
pecton of thit camp fear a black eye to
their propertiea from thia tonro* mors
thtn from any other, as t professional
grafting prom ter ctn make tb* biggest
kind of a fitzle of the most promising
prospect ever discovered, tnd on* tuch
failure would set the csmp back for years.
Most of th* prospectors here with whom
we hive talked ar* willing to dispose of
their claims on t reasonable basil, tnd tny
mtn wiihing to mtke t try tt mining on
t business basil will find them ready to
consider tny reasonable propoaition which
may be made to them
THE PAPER CHASE
UNDER AUSPICES 07 THI NICOLA
ATHL-TIO ASSOCIATION.
Wm a Ormnd Success.- Over Twenty
Horse* and Rider* Join  ln  the
--citing   Oha.se.   Refresh
mentt Barred.
The first meet of the Nicola Athletic
Association in the way nf a paper chase
��� a* held this afternoon when over twenty
five horses and niters took part.
Shortly after t��n o'clock Thus Heslop
and Rev. W. tfiuvier as ihe hares -tarted
iff with a fifteen iiinmm start and took
he hounds over a course of about five
mles through fences aoros* the rivsr,
ditches, gates, etc., back to town. J. F
V1nrry with a number of others were wel>
up in the lead and arrivid at the flnishinn
post opposite the Rank of Montreal a fe��
minutes henind the hares. At'er all bar
finished t committee <>f ladies had n-
nd refreshmeni" ready at G A. L<ff rtyV
residence which was dispensed to tin
party.
The chase wu thoroughly enjoyed hy
II and being th* first event under th.
���uipicea of >h* Athletto Association pre
licts some interest in the association fr in
now on.
Thine taking part in the chase were:
Mr. tnd Mra, W, Murray, Vancouver,
Dr. tnd Mn. Tutill, Mr. tnd Mrs. F. A.
dowte, Mr. and Mr*. O B. Armstrong,
Lower Nioola, Mr. and Mrs Rio A.
Prefer, Mrs. Mickle, Quilchena, Miss B.
Macdnnald and Mis* C. Murray, A. W.
Strickland, L. H. Beamish, F. W. Zieg
er, R. J. Armstrong, John Murray, O.
A, Laflwty, Wm. Murray, S. Staden, G.
Murray, 3. Smith, Ch,.*. Howie, F. W.
Auvache tnd Rev. George Mtton.
Rev. J. Pye was the official timekeeper.
This evening t dtnet will ba held in
Pooley'i htll whtn t good tin* ii in
���tore for ill.
Farewell Party.
Mr. tnd Mr*. A. E. Howse entertained
* number of friend* tt their residence
on Wednesday evening to bid fsrewell to
George R. Philp, who hta been for sevsr
al yesrs tooonnttnt with the A, K. Howse
On., Ltd. A very pleasant evening wm
spent in games, tinging tnd dtneing.
About midnight I recherche luneh was
served and th* host in a neat speeoh
proposed tbe health of Mr. Philp and
wished him every prosperity in his new
vocation, whkh wu joined in by tilling
ing for "He't t Jolly Good Fellow." Mr.
Philip responded thinking hit friends
for their kind remirka tnd the good wishes
for hit future. Th* party broke up shortly
after midnight after t very enjoyable
evening presided over by tn excellent
bolt tnd hostess.
Th* Big Oeneral Store
Hu just received * csr of stoves, rauges
heelers, granite tnd tinwtre from the
McCltry Manufacturing Cu., if London,
the beat made in Canada.
Large shipments ire to hand of fill tnd
winter goods, men's underwear, top shirts
suits, overcoats, reefer* etc., besides the
moat up to date atook of ladies' goods.
Examine then and be convinced.
Our atock of groeeriet ire the best tnd
cheapest in the Valley. Send or leave
your orders tnd you will receivt satis
ftotion.
Our lumbar ytrd is well stocked with til
kindt of lumbar whioh oan be euppliad on
short notice.        G. B. Armstkosu,
Lower Nioolt.
STATUTES DISALLOWED.
Enactments of British Columbia LagU-
latur* Meet Fat* at Ottawa.
Three statues passed by the British
Columbii Legislature at the last session
imposing restrictions upon J a panne im
migration, have been disallowed by tb*
federal authorities on a report from tht
Minister of Justice. One of these wu
"to regulate immigration into British
Columbia;"another _ an amendment to
the Coal Mines Regulation Aot, and the
third relites to the employment on wurki
carried on under franchise granted by
private acts.
LOCAL   NOTES.
Church of England service!, Nioolt, 3
p. iu  Sunday 29ih Inst.
Mrt.. Collett is visiting with herdiugh-
er Mrs. Jos. Hunter.
James Poeiiey lett for Spencea Bridge
'day ou a business trip,
S. J. Bate aud It, J.  Armstrong ctmt
n from Aspen Grov* today.
6. B. Armstrong and Mn. Armstrong
ef Lower Nicola are visiting with friends
in Nicola.
The Ladies' Guild of St. John't Church
if England, will be held at Mr*. Pooley'���
esidence on Friday afternoon.
L. H. Beamish who has been spending
���mm* lim* in th* Aspen Grov* section returned to Nicola Wednesday after a visit
H Princeton and (uroudning country. II*
was accompanied by F. E. Hughe* of
Boston, t scientist who is looking over
British Columbit. They leave for Savon*
via Mammette Like in t few dtyi.
.limes McEroy, geolgist tnd ltnd commissioner of the Crowa Nest Coal Oo, Ltd
of Fernia, B. C. and O. Spencer, were in
Nicol* for a few daya thu wetk visiting
the different properties in this section
They htve been in the vicinity of Prince
ton .and after going over thtt Motion
made a ihort trip to Otter Flat before
coming on here. Mr. McE'oy wu in
through tbe Nioola district some fifteen
years ago in company with tha late Dr.
Dawson,	
George R. Philp who has been with th*
A, K Howte Co., Ltd., for ov*r six years
leavea next waek for his home in Hamilton
(Int., and after a short visit with his relative* will leave for Toronto to tike t
course in medicine. Mr. Philp Imvos
Nioola with the beat wishes of a Urge
number of friends who wish him every
prosperity. During hii stay in Nic la
hi hss taken tn tctivt part in everything
for the welfare of the district ind town
in whioh he lived tnd hii valued lervn-e
and advice will be misted. In the future
Nicola may be favored with a visit fiom
Dr. George R. Philp.
RAILWAY PAY DAY
ALONO THB LINI OF RAIL WAT THK
MEN RECEIVE THEIR PAT.
Harness and Saddle Emporium.
N. J. Barwick the harness and tiddler,
is keeping up to date. Laat wetk he in
���tilled in his establisment a new aaddler
and harneaa maker's sewing machine. The
machine is of the latest tnd moat im
proved atyle tnd can handle almost tny
kind of laather good*. Mr. Berwiok is
turning out in quick time sums very nioe
work and patroni of Nicola'a Harness and
Saddle Emporium oan depend on getting
tbe best of goods tnd workmanship.
Work Oolng Steadily on at Thi* Ind
of th* Contract -On th* Sp*_o**
Bridge  Ind th* Grade 1*
Raady For th* Rail*.
At Colli** everything is on the move,
railway men, laborers, teamsters, etc.,
are all hard at it, and the railway ia now
������egiiihing to he real ixed at this end of th*
e'etotrsct. From Coutle* both w*yi th*
grade is being made.
Along down past Lower Nicola gangs
I men sre industriously working, rushing
���he grid* and ths w..rk in general.
At the tunnel work is going ahead
rapidly and will be complo'ed hef -re th*
time expected. And from th* tunnel th*
grade is being put in good shape and wil'
���>e ready in the early spring fer the rail*.
Monday, 23rd., was pay day along the
line and the gang* of men at the various
camp* received their pay.
Tuesday morning at No. I camp at
Lower Nicola, in charge of Mr, Breasay, a
small sized strike among the teamsters
took place, they demanding f 3 50 a day,
an advance of 60 cents, tha laborer! up-
held the teamsters. After a consultation
with the contractor! the matter wu satisfactorily settled tht teamsters getting
their raise.
Nioola Telephone Offlo*.
Th* central office of the Nicolt tele
phone ii now in working shape tnd con
neotinnt can be made with tht local
phones tnd the rutin lint. The nffic*
hour* are from H a. in , to 12; from 1 to
fip.m, and from 7 to 8 p.m. On Sunday and holiday! the houn will be 9 to
10 30 in the morning and 6 to 6 o'clock in
the evening.
Tn* following tre the pirtiei hiving
'phone* numbers. When wiihing to
speak to any of these, uk Central for the
uumber.
Dr. Tutill    1
A R. Carrington    2
James Pooley    3
Government Otfice    4
N.J. Barwick    6
M. P. 8t*wart    6
Th*Nicoli Herald    7
The A. K. Howse Co., Ltd    8
Bank of Montreal    9
Dnard Hotel   10
Mr*. PooUy  11
Station Location at Princeton.
Th* Greet Northern officials have socur
ed ground for the V. V. it K railway
station on the Princeton townsitt.
Laying of steel to Mid wty will he
finished this week. In mm* places wssi
of Mid way the rock cuta are very heavy
and will slightly delay trick laying. From
Oroville to the international boundary
line the grading with the exception of tbe
big tunnel and three heavy cuts, will be
completed tbout the middle of November.
On the conservative estimate of a railroad
ooitractor who has been over the gaeatti
part of th* V, V. A E. rout*. Heel will
be laid to Keremeos hy the 1st of August
next year and to Princeton hy the end
of November. The road u far eait as
Hope from Cloverdale will be graded next
fall. The gap between Hope and Prince
ton will take a year ai the mountain work
on the weat slope of the Hope range is
exceptionally heavy A grade of tight
tenth* can be found on thii tide of tbe
summit of the mounttina, on the other
tide slightly leas than two per cent wilt
be fonnd. THE   NICOLA  HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Published Every Thursday
Subscription, ln Advance, $2 a Year
N ititi a, H (. fin omit, IX 90S.
Notice.
The auniverury of the Victory of Tra
falgar on Saturday 21st of October wu
celebrated in all parts of the British d
main. On* hundred years have elapsed
line* Nelaon wou the victory and still the
enthuiium runs high whan on* realizes
for a moment what it meant for the Anglo
Saxon race.
The Nioola district has tome ot ths bes
coil propoiitioni ia the west. The _-|
hu been defined as brut class coking ctm
by the belt authorities. With capital to
open up the coal bedi it will be only a
short time until large collieries will be
established tnd operated to supply the
smelters with fuel.
For many years the residents of Nicola
tnd the Sunilktmeen htve pttiently
wiited the building of a railway into tbe
district!. Now two railways are hard at
it and before next year at this time the
people oan take their choice f or traveling
and shipping facilities.
With the completion of railways into
this part of the province, some nf the
greatest copper mines on the continent
will be opened up and become big pro
ducen,
In tbii unappreciative world, where ail
tnt merit may lie undiscovered forever it
is a good idea to speak up once in a while
and let folks know you've got the goods.
When one contemplates the resl mission
of advertising and proceeds to intelligently work out its advantages, profitable
results are not far distant.
People don't notice you much if you are
good; and the trouhle is they notice you
too much if you are had.
EYE W��
���liLAJJEX,
THAT
BEAUTIFYJ
Eyeglasses may not tlwryi
be becoming. Neither ire
hetdarhes, bloodshot eyes,
wrinkled eyebrows ��nd htlf-
closed lidi. For tny or til
of them this may be the alternative. We adapt the ityle
of glasses bent suited to the
face of ���tch patron.
MALLERY DRUG CO
KAMLOOPS
Notice is hereby given that Wats* after date
I im end to apnly to the Run, the Ohief Com
nnaHion*r ot Lands and Work- for
nlssion
to port���liaxcthe following deacriuod laad situat
eel one mile and one half X Of the Lowtr Nicola
po-t ogee.
Connie ne ing at spout Biarted C.F.thence W
forty thaoia. tht-rtte ���Mitn forty'eh���Ins, these*
Kast forty hains, thence North to point of
commencement and containing forty acres
_a*y* _>!*_,
Haled at Lower Nioola this 21st day of Sept-
em twr. lis ii.
C. FLICK.
Notice.
Notice is hereby given I hat within sixty days
from dale 1 intend making application to the
Hon. Coiiiini-ealotier of Laud- and Work. for
periiile-eeiou o purchase ���li acres eg pasture land
in the Kantloops IMvision of Yale District;
situated as follows: I'oiiimciicing at a stake at
tbe 8 VV i eti it it of tin- land, running thence
Kast Hie leaner.. Ihence Ninth III chains. Ihence
Weal Hi Ii.hu-. thence Soulh Ml chains, to the
point of e'linuiiencvn���nl.
Geo. Bent
(September. B, HU.
NOTICE.
Sixty days after date 1 intend to apply to the
chief commissioner nf lauds and works for permission to pnrchaselipiacies mountain pa-lure
land, described as follows: commencing at post
Nn. 1. M K. Tit nne's S. E. corner, thenoe N 80
��� hains, Ihence W M chains thenc* 8 80 e hnin*.
thence K HU chain-. The lan<i is -minted In
otter Valleyand adjoins K. Ilodd's pre-emption.
19th I a*. 1805. M. K. TIIYNN&
Notice.
Notice la hereby given that within sixty days
from dale 1 intend making application to the
Hon. Commissioner of ���mis and works for per
mission to purchase M ai res of pasture land In
the Kauilooi a Illusion of Yale District, situated
as follows! Commencing at a stake at the N.VV.
corner of Indian Reserve on Quilchena Creel.,
���milling i in -ii- ����� South 80 chains, theme West
80chains, thence North WI chains, Ihence Kast
80 clams lo lhe point of commencement.
T. H. JONES.
September. .Uth, 190J.
FOR SALE.
1 American Bain wagon 3J.
1 American Bain trucks ,'ij (new),
5 set hesvy work harness.
1 Buggy harness and Buggy.
1 Gang Plough.
1 Pair Bob sleds.
Ft particulars apply to
R  H. Winny.
The Prentice Case.
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that within 60 days
from date I intend making application to tlie
Hon. Coinntis loner of Land- and Works for
per'" is nn In purchase ���HH! acres more or less <>f
mountain pasture land in the Kamloops Division of Yale District, sl'uated ss follows, commencing at asake 10 chains W. of the M, K.
cornero'sei in I'. 100: running thence ��., 90
chains, ihence N. 10 chains, thence K. 10chains,
th-iece N. il chains more or less to stump Lake
tin nee H \V. a'oug the E bank cf Stump Laks
lOn chain- to lhe point of cuninieceuient, containing 300 acres more or less. Also; commencing at - K collier nf L Mill. I. tht nee North
1J.7Schains, thence East In ehalns,th��nceSouth
IS chains in ihe N bank of Stump Lake, thence
West along siump Lake to chains to the point
of commencement, containing 60 acres more
or iess.
J. A, PALMER.
September, 30th, 1905
MINERAL  ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
First class board and lodging by tbe ������
day  week or month.   Every  attention t_sj*j* standardand Amelia Mineral Claims,
given to the travelling public. situate in tbe Similkameen Mining Division
of Yale District.  Where located: In Aspen
Mrs. Riley. Proprietress, drove Camp.
 ���'������       Take notice that I, F. W. droves, acting ss
U ..'  ��� agent(���[ I-aac Eastwood, r'ree Miner's certllt-
nuuec. oal(J  no  H8'i3n, J. ' . Campbell free miner's
�����k;-.t t��� ,K�� n m,-��� ���  11  ���.���.!,.���a       <������ rlifl ato No.  B'��6P5,  John Mol'onald. free
Subject toth* 1) minion Homestead      n,lm,r'scertiilc.ioN.> b2_13, Char's* J Chris-
Rei.i|iati'enH. line fee miner's certitlcate No b_Wi9, Louis .1
Thirty daysfrom date hereof I Intend to lake   Ball, free miner's certittc-a'e No. Kl Soil, and
0o-se��sioe. of the following desoelbed lands.   Price Mllson, free ������ iner'scertili Me No.-Ml,
Fe-eiii Wm. Murra '�� N  iv pofli, si'uated a  ' Intend, s'Xty days f'Otii the d te he re f. toap-
the oolnl nf juncti'en nf Pe'li creek and Nicola ' Pal a* the minmg recodet for a certiflcate of
tlver, thence S 80 chains mote e.r|e s, tn H  W    improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a
corner of Indian n-sen e thenc ��� 10 rhalns more ! crown grants of the ahive claims,
nr less to oust on bank of Pern creek, lh<-M      And '�� th"r ,*kt! nol,ce that action, under
follow bank of Petit creek N In point, nf   ! seel inn 37. mu-t b- commenced before the lssu
RILEY HOUSE
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
The Ashcroft Journal after expounding   "eooenient   Containing in a'l. 160 acres more I tnet of such certiflcate of Improve men's.
R e_   _ I l..i . .1   e I...  I WI I, el ji   ,,t .��� ,.., T .��, a, 1,,-,       '.l'.
<Hlgned|Sept..2Mh l!Xli.
C. ��. FLICK.
on higher public morals and opinions, says
in reference tn the Prentice case:
"ln this case the aggrieved persons
'onk tbe lawful means for redress and -��re
thwarted, net by any technicality of the
law but hy the action of men who said it
was no crime tn strike a woman, Tbe
next time such a thing happens death may
result and it will never he known hnw
much this action of the grand jury has
led to the taking of the law into one's
own hands.
Did this jury represent public opinion.
If the evil attaching to the mistaken acts
done by men acting publicly, stopped
with that act, not much harm would lie
done to healthy public opinion, hut it d >es
not. No one ran ee-timate the extent
which the wrong will effect the people in
after years.
There in no effectual enforcement of
the la*s where public opinion is lax   The
duty'in regard to these things is a solemn
one.    In   every  questiot affecting our
social welfare, each citizen it hy his action
or want of actinn, putting a ��ound plank,
or a rotted one into our national life, and ! Argust .oalclalm theme runiiingsu rh .Ins,
'        , ti.euce East Wiib ins,ilieiie-esouthOOc.hiiins io
It is in result of equal importance to the
Dated this I8th day of Scutember, 1903.
MI-BUI. ACT
Certificate nf Improvement!.
NONCE
Aberdeen, Plymouth Queen. Manchester, Lon
d n   Conner P.t He and   King   Solnman's
Dream Mineral Claims     Miniate in the
Nicola-Kii'iilnnps Mining Divlshen of Yale
Hi-triit   Claims located near ln-Mi ei'nek,
Neerih Nieola.
Take  no'ire  lhal   I. John Cl.pperlnn, free
miner's enrttflca* No. H769U3, Intend,60 days
fro    the date heron'. In.apply tn the mining
reen.di" for a cerliHrateof liiiurnvemenis, for
the i iirunsettf obtaining a crown gi-anl of the
above el 0111-.
And  f'iriher take notice thatact.lnn. under
-ecu .  37, 'i list be cnimi enc-d hefm �� I hn issuance i'f -ii''h certiflcate of Improvements
llao i Ibis 15lh da\ . f ��epiember, 1905
JOHN CUPt'EKTON.
METROPOLITAN
MEAT flARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Orders throughout the District receive careful attention and promptly delivered
,l\.tr.N   POOM.Y Proprietor
I wice a week delivery to Lowe^J^cda, 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
pr..mpt attention.    Satisfaction guaranteed.	
___.  O.  F.
ClOURT NIOOLA, No. 8931, A.O. F..meet��
I  second and fourth Kriday in each month
at 8 p.m., in I'ooley's Hall.    Visiting brethren
���die "
cordially invited.
Notice
Thirty days aftei dale I intend to annly to
the chief Commission!-! nf'suds and wnrks for
i liienCi to prospect for coal on lhe following
diseiibed binds. Coniitieiteiiiu at a cos n arked
. K. Aigust S. W coiiier, being at t e S. E.
��� ���oriierof A *-, Jacobs,, a ol*no tlieecc Nor h
HO eh tins (hence Kast SO. limns. Ihence Mil It Sh
��� hams thence West MJ mains io point t f com
nieneement.
H. ��. Argust, Locator.
Coutlee, B. C.Oct. 4 IflOJ.
I oiinneiiiing at a post mniknd A. - Jacob-
being ai Ihe.VK oornerof i, i�� I Marrows c �����!
I'laim thence running Nonh KOeliains,  iln-ii' *
1 est 8ii chains, thence *on'h al) I'tituns, v en'-e
KastWchains, topoin' ofc nut en, inient.
A.M. JA' (IH-  mealier.
B. r, Argust, Age n;,
coutlee, Oct. 41901.
��� nmmencii���' at a posi marked. II U Harrow r), ��.. I'onntr, being ai the \ r nn, ,���. f u
H. Trninbuil claim, ihenee runniiis IS'nnh ���'
chains, thence �� e-l K0 cliaius, t .em-e om h HO
i hains ihenee Kast sll chains to point fioio
meocemeiit.
11. L IIAKKlItt, 1,,11-alot-,   '
H. �� Argust, Akiih.
C.i'tilee, H. C Oct. 319U.i.
Commencing al a post marked M. lasrrow v.
W, rornc", being at the S W ceerner of Mi-, li.
ir'hat'.';h,.;!.;lt.\^hS,.^nene'' SSi' It has the lageat sale of any Mower in the market and is without doubt the
SO chains.'hence West sn rhalns to poinl  ot
commence, nlenl.
M. IlAHROW, l-cat r
II. �� Argust, Agen .
Ooinlee, II. C, del, < MM
ronnnetii ingni a posi marked W. K. Htewarl
, W. conn r.tw-ing nt IheS. K. I'nrnerof It ��.
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Horse 8hoeing a specialty
NI Oli-A liAK ", B. 0.
Ric. A. Fkaber, C. R,
A  H. CSRKINOTON. Sec.
THE ONLY   MOWER
TO BUY IS
The Deering
Constitution of ths country that the nat
ional life he sound"
Frnhahly a gold rare establishment haa
been started in the jurisdiction of the
Clinton assizes.
finest made.   Deering Binders are the best.
_��
Subscribe for the Herald, $2 per year
NOTICE.
Th* publio will please take notice that
on and after November, 1st all messages
and conversations on Government Tele
phone  lines "ill be sent and receiver1
through Central Office at Nicol*.   T"t
public business heretofore done at  the
itore* of A.  R.  Carrington and A   E
Howse A Co., will be discontinued afiet
that data
OHAS. 8. 8TEVENS,
Superintendent.
:ln V K. cornei ot Indian reserve near I'eiilloc
(I.e. (hence We m ehain-. (hence 'eutli D
ihence West (Kl chains to point of counot-in e
���Me
W. K, Stewart, lioostor.
H r. Argust, Agt.
Coutlee, B.C. Oil 119n5.
i oininfii itiKiti t i .i i inarki'd B. H. Truni
hull, N K. corner, being nn the west line of
I d itesece near ('uuiIce,'lion riinnlng west 10
iheN Risimer if coal location No. litlTt fhi-nee
outh 2411 chains 1 hence Kasl lo Ind Iteserve,'
Ihetic-Serih'ill'hiiiis thence PaVH 10 ch.iins.
Hi Do*Nor b liO chau_ to point of coiiiiiicnce-
nient, being a'l ihe land between coal claims!
N'o.s lfil5, 1617. WW and the Indian reserve,
on-isi ing of alsni' lilll acres,
B H. TI(lMBn,l���I/icator.    '
B. ��. Argust, Agent.
Cnntlse, H. C. Oct 3 190.x
.Coninienringat a posi marked Mrs. B. Trum-
eiill �� W cor ,er h.eing the N. W. corner if M.
arenwe al locntion. Ihence North 80 chains,
the -l >V. corn, r of S, A. Cathb's coal location
thence East SO chains (hence South SO chains
hence West 80 chains, m point of beginning.
Mm. 11 THUMBULU Locator.
IIC Argust, Agt.
|'outlee, R.C Oct 4 I��i5
1 oiiimencing at a post marked H. ��.. Cobb,
being a. tbe N. ��.. corner, of Indian Iteserve
n-ar Coutlee thence running North (K) rhains,
ihen ���!��� Kasi Mi chains, thence South 80 chains,
'In nee Vaest 80 chains tience North 80 chains
lo point of I'leminencmi'iil.
S. K. Cobb, locator.
B. T. Argust, Agt
touilw,B.C.OcU1905.
Deering Fay Sweepers you can't do without.   Deering Stackers can't be
beat.  Deering Hay Kakes last the longest.   Write or call and see
W. HABGBAVE8
Kamloops, B. C. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
The Romance of Discovery.
Mining will alway ipoe***s that romance
that go��* with th* unknown���th* something thit lies i little way beyond. Mining ia the field fur th* practical dreamer.
He may roam the hill* ill he pluses. H*
may sleep out beneath stars, but he has a
mission thit ii filled with all the drami
the most rommtio could wish, Man ii
naturally imaginative. Mining gives him
a field for the exercise of i hia faculty.
Science haa given form to the shape! thai
the mind hai conjured up, and tin result
has been a mure practical kind of dream
ing. If these with romantic iioiioiis
would leave the cities snd take to lhe hills
they would find some reason, sonre goal
for their dreaming. They would find
that their imaginative minds could a*
turned to excellent iccount. In lumber-
ing regions there is not that hidden po��si
bility of finding hidden wealth, It is all
a matter of transportation and milling
facilities. In manufacturing townithere
is anything but romance. It is all pro
ssic���all hard, matter of fact. But in
mining, there is ever that field for dis
covery���always that chance that the
ground over which thousands have walked
contains millions of dollars in the form ot
���ome metal. If new discoveries were not
made continously, it would be different,
but cimpl in all parts of the country give
to the world almost every day new dn
coverieiin mineral deposits that add substance to the romance of hunting it. The
percentage of successes is so high that
prospecting offers a field for tbe dreamer
in which there is always the possibility uf
a fortune as remuneration.
Edible Mushrooms.
This is the time of ytar w' en mush
rooms ire on the market. The danger ot
the deadly and the wholesome being ming
led in the same lot n always present.
Alice Kasm md, of the botanical depart
ment of California Academy of Science
haa made a study nf mushrooms and in s
recrnt i(iiiiuiutiicatii.il to the press lays:
"All mushrooms that are white on the u> ���
dor surface are to he regarded with bus
suipicion, the wholesome species being si
first pink and later turning to dark brown
or black It may be interesting in connection widi this ut inform the public
that the puff lulls frequently common on
the hills are most nutritoui and delicioui
when cooked. They must be collected
before they are ripe, st the time the)
look like cream cheese when cut. They
can be cooked in any of the ways that
mushroomi are used and are perfectly
���afe, for there is no known puff ball thai
ia poaionoui.
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital all paid up, $14,000,000 Rest, $ic,ooo,<xx)
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $373,988
Total Assets        ....        $135,124,452.74
PRESIDENT, Rt Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, 0.0. M. 0.
VICE-PRESIDENT.        -        ��� Sir Geo A. Drummond. K. 0. M. 0.
GENERAL MANAGER ��� B. S. CLOUSTON
Head Office-Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from  $1.00  and  upwards.     Interest
credked twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
stjt_iw.__ i\*iv.s.
N1C0LA AND I'lUXCETON
h
MHO
(
J
ts
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.
Dunsmuir*' Tactic*.
Jamee Uunsmuir hss thrown up his
option on the Nicola coal fields. Coan
pipers in referring to it quote Mr. Duns
muir is siying thit he is better iatistie<<
than ever with the Island coal after seeing
that of the Nicola, but there may be other
considerations influencing him in his de
. cision as well 11 a comparative eatimatt
of the value of the different class of coal
Dunsmuir although �� fighter "never
seeks the entrance to a quarrell" and by
going into the Nicola it would be only a
matter of a little time until he would find
himself locked horns with either the C.
P. I'., or the Great Northern, and most
likely with both.���Hedley Gazette.
Some eiperiments in coal storage indicate that coal will lose less cilorific powar
whin stored under water than when itor
ed in the usuil manner. Two per cent ii
given i* the lois in witer storage, while
from 10 to 50 per cent is repotted on air
storage for varing periods of time.
BLAIR & CO.
-DEALERS IV-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. C.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Resident Agents ln Nicola for the
ROYAL, and LONDON _ LANCASHIRE FIRE INSURANCE CO.'S
.also General X-lvory
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every   I hursday lor Nicola Lake,  Kamloops,
Princeton and way points at 6 a. m.
Every Snturucty for Nicola and way points at 6 a.m.
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday lor  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. in.
Every Friday for Princeton at 6 a. m.
Special trips made by appointment.
Telephone connection with Kamloops
M. P. KTKWART,    -    -    Proprietor
Sometime* II get so interested in showing other* wherein they ire wrong thai
we fail to mention wherein we are right.
Business Locals.
Smoke Interior or La Morena Cigar*.
Subscribe for the Herald, $2 per year.
When yon want * good smoke ask for
tbe Interior or La Morena Cigar, minu-
fictured  by the  Inland   Cigar Factory,
Kamloops.
LOWER NICOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL���
Is prepared to take contract* for
eawing lumber and getting out
timber.
i.i'iiiriil Mill ( ontritctft Executed
PRICKS MODERATE
Parties wishing  work can  have same
promptly attended to by applying to
F. D. WOUDWARP,
Lower Nicola, B. C.
NOTICE.
Thirty days after iliiie I Intend to applytotho
i-nii-f commissioner of landa and works for a lie-
���aneee to prospect for I'oal on the following des-
erlhed land, Nttirtlng from a pout 40rhalns west
nf ihex. K. eorner of John Corbett's pre-emption, then e N. 80 chain., thence KSOchalns,
thence S 80 chains, tin n c W 80 chains to place
of beginning. W. A. C-KLAND,
Locator,
By B. Fallows, Agent.
September 22, lOT,	
NOTICE.
Thirty days after date 1 Intend to apply to
the chief cnnimlssinner of lands and works for
a license lo prospect for coal on the following
described land, starting from a post, 10 chains
west nf ihe S. K. comer of John Corbeti's preemption, thence N 80 chains, thence W 80
chains, ihence8 80 chains, thence K 80 chains
to pis c of beginning         H. K. 8ARGKNT,
Locator.
By B. Fallows.
September g, 1903. Agent.
NOTICE.
Thirty lays after date I Intend to apply to
the chief commissioner of lands and works for a
license to prospect for ooal on Ihe following
described land, starting from a p.isi at the N
W corner of W. A. Cleiand's coal claim, thenoe
N 80 cha as, thence E 80 chains, thence S 80
chains, thence W 80 chains to point of beginning. W. B. JACKSON,
Locator.
Bept. 22,1904, By B, Fallows, Agent.
THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR
SMOKING GOODS IS AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
KAMLOOPS
Full stock of Domestic and Imported Cigar-
and the best smoking tobacco always on hand
Drop in and enjoy a quiet game of Billi irds.
Agent, forthe Pioneer Steam Laundry, Vancouver.   Laundry ship ted every Samrday.
HOTELS
TV (MINION HOTKL, the best house in town
. Headquarters for ihe Nicola, Lewis creek
and Granite creek stages. Every convenience
for travelers and commercial men. Excellent
���able and well stocked bar. C. J. Robinson k
Co.. proprielors, Kamloops
MONTREAL HOTKL, Kamloops, Napoleon
"x Latranouille, proprietor. First class in
every particular, flood wines, Liquors and
cigars.   Stabling In connection.
I" AM LOOPS HOUSE, P. Herod, proprietor.
���a* Best stock of wines, liquors and cigars in
the Interior. Just Ihe spot for a nice nail re
freshing glass of beer. When in Kamloops
call in.
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. O 	
Rosedale Ho^e, ^oWer x\icola
GENERAL STORE, POST OFFICE, EXPRESS
AND TELEPHONE OFFICE.
S. J. WOODWARD
NICOLA 8TACE
E. J. MartelL
LEAVES SPENCE'S BRIDGE
Every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, 7 a.m.
RETURNING FROM NICOLA
Every WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY, 7 a.m.
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker.Jeweler
KAMLOOPS, R C.
All kindi of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
etc., kept in stock.   Wedding presents a specialty.
First class repairs done on short notice
and retumeil at mice.
flRAND PACIFIC HOTKL, Kamloops. The
�� nearest hotel lo the railway fUtiun. The
only covnenient hotel for travelers. Oood
rooms, good table, good liquors. Two large
sample rooms. P. A. Harnhart, proprietor.
Oood stabling in connection.
A SHCROFT HOTEL The most convenient
���** hotel for visitant in Ashcroft. The best of
table board. Hot ana cold balhs. Our representative meets all trains. Johnson k Perkins,
proprietors.
I
iii e ��
NOTICE.
Thirty days after date I intend to apply to
the chief commissioner of lands and works for
a license to prospect for coal on the following
described land, beginning at the N W corner of
W. A. Cleiand's coal claim, thence N 80 chains,
thenoe W 80 cbalns, thence 8 80 chains, thence
K 80 chains to place of beginning.
J. J. CHAMBKKAU,
Locator.
Sept 8,1905. By B. Fallows. Agent.
(IRANI) CENTRAL HOTEL, Ashcroft. Ev
y* erything up to-date, the house has lately
been remodelled and is now under new management. The bar Is supplied with choicest
brands of wines, liquors and cigars. When in
Ashcroft stop at the Grand Central, George
Ward, proprietor.
Otter Flat Hotel
Charles Debarro, Proprietor.
TULAMEEN CITY B. C.
Headquarters (or Summit, Rabbitt
mountain, Tulameen river, Boulder, Bear
and Kelly creek camps. Good Fishing
and Bolting.
P. O. Address:   Aipen drove.
Unequalled as a
Suiniifcr 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.
Slop al the
ROCKFORD HOUSE
Robt. Scott, Proprietor
When   traveliug   on  the Nicola road.
Convenient place tor travelers, with good
scciiniiiietdatinn.
If You Need AwWing
in the
Line, send your work to the undersigned
All  orders   finished  in a workmanship
manner.   Cabinet work a specialty.
J. R. Hu-SREOOR,
Ltower Nicola, B, C.
RESERVE.
Riort or Way for Railways, Etc
Notice Is hereby given that all crown Lands
along the located lines of any railway, power or
iraraway rompnny, incorporated under the
authority of the Legislature of this Provinoe.
and having a width of fifty (,t0) teuton each side
of said lines, are reserved for right of way pur
purposes of such railway, power or tramway
company.
W. 8. GORK,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands an J Works
Lands ana Works Department,
Victoria, R C��� Oct., Srd, 180,1. THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NEWS
T. French returned from Prlnceun, by
Monday evening's stage.
Mr. and Mr*. D. Dodding of Lower
Nicolt wtr* in town Tuetdsy.
Walter Cltrk, pronuclei oonstable is
doing duty along tht 1 ne of construction.
The regular meeting of court Nicola, A.
0. F. will be held tomorrow evening in
Pooley'i hill.
HARDWARE
SHELF GOODS
MINING SUPPLIES
LUMBEK SUPPLIES
MCLAUGHLIN'S
CARRIAGES
WAGONS
MiCORMICK MOWEItS
A full line of the above always kept
in Hock at close price* it
LEEMING'S HARDWARE
KAMLOOPS
Harness
and   Saddlery
Now ii toe time to buy your Harness and Saddlery. I have in
stock a full line o goods*uilible
to the trade, Saisfacticn guar
auteed.   All kindt of
KM'AIKIM.
Han.esa, Boots, Shoes, etc., done
neatly and promptly.
N. J. BARWICK,
NICOLA LAKE,      ���      .      B. C.
A. E. flow** of th* A. E. Howie Co ,
Ltd., returned from * week's visit l(
Vincouver.
H. S. Cleuby of Coutlee, wis in Nicola
yesterday and reports considerable itir
around Coutlee.
W. Hopkins arrived from Armstrong
thii week and has taken over the Tamil-
hill ranch, Coldspring.
At Ashcroft, on Friday, October 20th,a
little daughter arrived at the home of
Stuart Henderson, M. P. P.
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
i utVial Administrator
Office. -Commercial Block, east of Post Office.
Kamloops, B. C,
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Barrister,  Solicitor and   Nutsry Public
Office:   East of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, south side of Victoria street, Kamloops,
Money lo loan on rtal estale security.
Mrs. J. N. Moore of the Beaver ranch
and her sister Miss VV'hittakerof Victoria,
are visiting with Rev. and Mrs.  Mason.
David Barnes of New York will arrive
from Vancouver nn tonights stage and wil
be employed by the A.K. Howse Co., Ltd.
HARDIMAN & MARSDEN
Land Mining and General Supply Agta
Mining I1 gincers. Reports on mining prop r-
lies through Ihe D���trict, Agen's for minim?,
contractors, fapn machinery, wagons, buggies
etc. Cable a'idree-s: "Aurum." Codes: 61-0111-
hall. Moremg k Neal, A. H. C. 4th.
Warehouse���Canford, Nicola Valley, B. C.
An adjourned parish mealing will be
held in the vestry of >Sr. John's Church of
England on Wednesday, Oct. 25ih. A
Urge attendance is requested.
H, Matthew* and son Herbert left for
Lower Nicola Saturelay before proceed
ing to the coast, Mr, Matthews Sr. wilt
return in a short time and will opeu up a
wheelright shop.
Mr. and Mrs, H. D. Green- Armyrsge
have returned to their home at "Willow-
dsle," The Forks, or. Saturday evening.
They report having a very enjoyable trip
to the Old Country.
Rev, W. Gnvier, whu hss been engaged
in the work in connctinn with the Church
of England in Nicula Valley for several
months and who has resided at "Willow
dale ' at the I' "i U, has moved to Nicola.
< nitis. ��n 1 mn
A R. C. Sc. London.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Kamloops. B C.
Assays and analyses of Ores, Coal and In
dustria' product*.
Samples by mall or stage receive prompt
attention.
MRS. TUTILL-MARSHALL
NICOLA LAKK, B. 0
Graduate M. G. H. and W. H��� Montreal
Licentiate of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of the Province of Quebec.
Spences I 1ridge
BARBER SHOP
Shaving and Haircuttlng.  First Class
Work Guaranteed.
Business transacted at all hours. When in
Spences Bridge give us a call.
H. KoKLKKNBKCK,
FOR SALE
A Stock Ranch containing
474oacres,situated near Doug
las Lake, with all necessary implements amJ also stock.     For
particulars apply to
VV.  M. LAUDER,
Qiiilcheii.i. H 0.
Springbank  Ranch   In    14 h, l'.iOfj.
F. G. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CARRIACfE AND WAUON WORK
Horseshoing done in a
first class manner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
All Work Guaranteed
M BEATTIE
Accountant, CornmiaHion, Insurance
and Oeneral Agent.
Main Street ���      ���     Kamloops
Jamei Cbenall who has driven the
Nirola-Prmcetiui stsee f.-r some lime,
leaves this week fnr California, where he
will remain until sprinif. ".limmy" was
very popular along the line and will be
missed. Dan Munroe will now have
ohargeof this end of the stsge line,
?&*
W. L. E. Pason who **s arrested near
Kert'iini s last week and brought hack to
Nicol* chirged with theft of a horse, was
let off, the evidence not being suttie-ienl V
commit him. He claimed tn he patrnl
meisenger for the Bell Telephone Co.,
and there was no one in court to c< n'ra
diet it, sn the hoard and lodging Inl >
���long the road will no doubt lie 0. K il
lent to Ihe company. (1) A peculiar thinu
ia that there are no Rell tele) hones in
this part of the country, i'ason got nf,
and being young may beneht hy * narrow escape.
Parties desiring seed oats should **��� u e
them at once. R. II   Winny.
Had to be Excused.
A story is told of a four ye��r old gir1
who was staying a nig't away from hniin.
At bed time she knelt, at her hostess' km r
tossy her pravers, eiueciiiiy the wn 1
promptings. Finding Mrs B. uieib'eio
help her, Bhe ooncluded thu-: "Ple*-e
God 'scose me; I can't remember m\
prayer*, md I'm allying with a lady tha
don't know any."
KAMLOHI'S, A8HCIH������>'���,  TALK AND
__t-__t___N Ml ���IN- IIIVIS-
ioiNsok vai. uwTKii r.
NOTICE Is b"rV glv     lent all 1 lacitr mitt
ing claim- legalli in In 01 Ilie KamlfOies,
A-hcroft, Yale and Sinink ��� 111 MningDiv
isions will  be inid ov. r   rum 1 h<- 1-t nay etf
Ninelull. I I le-lllliK lee   ti .   i-       . I    I   Uttl, lymi.
G. C. Tl N-'ALL
Gold I'liinniise-ioner.
Kamloops, October llitb, h*_
NOTICb
To Hunters
Notice is hereby given 'lea' hunting Of
shooting on the property of iliu Douglas
Lake Cattle Company is forbidden. Any
... 1 i-,,ij ur pel suns liuiiiinu or shooting
on the above properly will lie prosecuted
under the bbcUuiib uf the dan I Act.
J.   B,     lit HAVES.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
3010  Westminster Road
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
H. 1% Urown Ninfli  ol I'niii  ami
OriiiimriilHl Tree*.
Apple Ti ecu; 2 awl 8-year olils: (1.1 to $20 ner
100. aecording to va1 ���inly. One-year-olds, I to .1
test |I0 tO|I2 perWO.
Kxtea nice slock of Cherry. Peach, I'luin.
\pricots. eti\, now geowiug for fall orders, No
��� xpense, loss or di-Uy of fumlgaiinn or inspec
tiinn. I,et me pri- e four list before placing join
mder.   Catalog free.
Greenhouse Plant*, Floral Work, Hee Supplies, fruit Packages, Fertilizers, etc.
M. J. HKNKV,
3IH0 Westminster Itoad,      Vanoiiuvkk, B. <'
WATCH REPAIRING
All kinds of Wa'ch, Clock
and .leaelry re airs done in
tint class order and satisfaction KUarallleed. All work
entrusted to oiir ore will be
completed ami returned without delay
w. n. -AnrMULti a ��o���
C. P. It. Time Inspectors. Kamloops
���
1
We are hi a< .quarters for
School Books
Scribblers,
Exercise Books
and supplies ol every description
Give us a trial
NOTICE.
Official Administrator's Act
Iu re Estate of
ANTOINE GODEY.
SMITH BROS
33 OOKLS TOHE
Katnloiii 1 and Vernon
JAMES SMITH
GENERAL
TKN1IKRS will be received by the under-
slgned for the purchase of the Cattle, Horses
and m her personal property, and the real estate of the Isle Anlolne Oodcy.   Terms cash.
Particilars thereof may bo obtained from
Peter Marquart, Nlrota, II. C,
AI.KC I). M-CINTYRK,
Offlioal Adniiniatrator, County ���f Yale,
Kamloops. B. C.
LOWKR NICOLA, B. C.
All kinds of repair work dune in a
neat and satisfactory manner and in shnr'
notice.
Horseshoeing
"THE PEOPLES STORE.''
ARRIVING EVERY WEEK
rRESH GROCERIES
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.
1/
A. R.
General Agent Excelsior Life Insurance Co.
Notary Public
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
"IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH US."
NEW
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.
GBNBfiAL MERCHANT
Lower Nicola,        -        -        B. C.
,
COUTLEE HOTKL
COUTLEE. B C.
Jos. Richards,      -      Proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.  First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Oood Stabling ln Connection. Telephone Connection

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