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NICOLA
HERA
Vol I.  No. 9.
NICOLA LAKE, B.C, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1905.
$2 a Year.
nicola railway
CONSTRUCTION WORK NOW GOING
AHEAD RAPIDLY
LOCAL   NOTBS.jU
Happenings In Nicola and Throughout
ths District
Yetterday was the "Olorious Twelfth "
Thumts Hunter uf Princeton it visiting
in tnwn.
W Pearce, Chief Surveyor and Assistant Land Commissioner for tht
0 P. R. Visits the  Nicola
This Week.
W- Pearce of Calgary, chief
surveyor and assistant land
commissioner for British Columbia of the C P. R. was in
Nicola on Tuesday making a
brief visit through the district.
He came in from Spences
Bridge and reports that grading is in full swing at the north
end of the line and construction
camps have been laid out for
the first sixteen miles.
Regarding the building of
the road Mr. Pearce said that
from now on construction could
be rushed. A litile delay was
experienced at first owing to
the necessity of the engineering corps having to re-locate
the line���as many of the original stakes were destroyed, and
on that account delayed the
contractors from starting. The
line, practically speaking, follows the route laid out by the
surveyors of the Nicola, Kamloops & Similkameen Coal &
Railway Company, with a few
slight changes which will materially lessen the engineering
difficulties natural through a
rough country. He understood from the engineers that
as much as possible, tunnel
work would be avoided and for
this reason the line will cross
the Nicola river a number of
times in the first twenty-two
miles. The bridge work will
be permanent; rock slides
avoided and the road bed, when
Mitt Trodden returned thit week from
a visit with friendt at Athcroft,
J. H. Rankin of Aspen Grove was in
town fur a few dtys thit week going down
to Lower Nicola.
Dr. and Mrs. Tutill tpent t few dtyt
along the Nioola rotd i��d at Spencet
Bridge thit week.
A E. Lewis who hat heon laid up at
Coutlee with a serious attack of pneumonia is now convalescent.
Jos. E. A. Richtrdt proprietor of the
Coutlee hotel, Coutlee, whs looking over
he Mamette lake section this week.
McAnlcy's sialic line hst an td. in thit
mutt. His atage leaves Spencet Brirlg.
��� ni Tuesday returning the following day.
Report from Minnie lake etttet that
Byron Esrnshaw is getting along nicely
and will thurtly bt recovered from hit
illness.	
The cellar at the Driard hotel was
broken into on Monday night. The burg
Un getting away with t quantity of
whisky.      ,_
F. A. Howte of the A. E. Howie Co.,
Ltd., is at Spences Bridge looking after
the company'i freight shipments tnd gen
ertl '.mimosa.
"BLACK DIAMONDS"
RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION INDUCES
OOAL OWNERS TO WORK.
Work  Proposed  and  Being  Dons  on
ths Ooal Properties In the Nicula
District   Prospects of Considerable Work
The Niciila Herald learns that the
Hull Valley Iron & Coal Co.. L'd , pur
potes re-opeuing their mint st an enrlt
'late, and that t force of men art now be
'tig selected. Ample lunds me at tht
back of the company, ami n w that the
1 mg looked for railway is to be a fsct
timulut hat heen given the direcors n
resume development on an extensiv
scale. Before long Coal guilty seciion
will be a hive of industry.
Mrt. Rirhy of Quilchena was visiting
in Nicola yesterday, Mrs. Marthall returning with her where she will remain
for ��� short visit
Stewart's extra regular etage leaves
Nioola for Spencet Bridge on Friday's returning Saturday't. carrying mail, pts-
���engert tnd express.
We omitted from the report of Dominion Day celebration that the Bank of
Montreal donated a purte nf $10 and the
In'snd Cigar Factory two boxes of cigars
to the Quilchena sports committee.
The Dismond Vale Iron A Cotl On., is
working aorew of ten men st its Quilchena properties Dismond drilling is in
full swing sod while the mananeiiient de
dine tn give out anything for publication,
the work it progressing satisfactorily.
Drilling is in progress st the Iiiimbnm
coal claims and ts work progresses tht in
d cations of t good property is shown up.
J ihn Redmond it shortly expected in
the Nicolt to resume operatiuus on the
coal fields.
HUNTER INVESTIGATION.
Report of Commission In the Handt of
the Government.
The commission enquiring into the
chtrget against Hugh Hunter, mining
recorder of Princeton, completed the tak
ing of evidence last week at the parliament buildingi Victoria. The commit-
t on consisted of R. Tolmie, deputy min
i-ter of mines. A part of the evidence
��as taken some weeks ago at Princeton
Mr. Tdmie will prepare hie report fur
t e government. No specific cbarget.il
is iiinl-rstir.il, were laid agtiiiat Mr. Hun
ter, but there were complaints in connec
'ion with his conduct of the business of
the office.
V. V. & E. HAS PASSED
NOW  UP TO  THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL FOR SIGNATURE.
Seeing the Country.
���1. P. Mi Cnnnell an eastern newspaper
correspondent, G. A. Henderson man
>ger of the Bank nf Montreal, and A. E
Howie of the A. E II ��si- & Co., Ltd.,
siient a C' uple days at Douglas Lake and
Quilchena this wetk. Mr. Howse showed
them over the district, both gentlenttn
being highly pleased tnd surprised with
the vast resources of this section. A
visit was made tu the Douglas Cattle Co 's
and Triangle ram-hei aud the Diamond
Vale Coal properties.
The Most Strenuous Fight Ever Pnt
Up in the Dominion on Railway
Legislation.  D. Ross, Yale-
Carlboo'e Member.
Word was received from Ottawa last evening that the V,
V. & E. bill had passed the
Senate and it is now up to the
governor-general for his signature. Duncan Ross, M. P., is
the recipient of much praise
throughout his constituency for
the energetic manner in which
he worked the measure through
both committee and house, notwithstanding one of the most
remarkable fights against it in
the history of Dominion railway legislation.
Construstion from Midway
will be energetically prosecuted
westward and the dawn of activity in the valley of the Similkameen started. While for
the moment, Hill's objective
is undoubtedly the immense
ore tonnage to be derived from
the Nickle Plate, Copper mountain and Tulameen camps, although the bill just passed provides for the continuation of
the road up the valley by
Princeton and thence to a point
on the Pacific coast within the
boundaries of the province.
Ultimately  there  is  every
reason to hope that a feeder
will be thrown out northward to
The discovery ���f a n.w pa., through! tap the numerous mineral camps
New Bank Manager.
A. W. Strickland has been appnin'ed
manager of the local branch of the B>nk
of Montreal. Mr. Strickland is tt present manager of the New Denver agency
He hat been fur many years in the hanks
employ both iu the Territoriet tnd thit
province and is regarded at ont of tht
brightest of the younger financial men in
the west. Mr. Strickland will be accompanied by hit wife and family.
Construction Medical Staff.
Dr. Tutill nf Nicula has been appointed
assistant chief to Dr, Kerr of the railway
construction medical corps, and will have
charge of the work from the 22 Mile
House to Nicolt. A hospital to be under
his charge will be erected between those
points. Dr. Kerr will he stationed at
Spences Bridge, Dr. Williams ten miles
out on the line, hospitals being trected tt
both pointt.
Mrs. A. Irwin nf Kamlnnns and Mr��
,7ns Irwin of Nelson, were visiting  wl��h
their father Henrv Woodward at Lower
Nioolt, and friends and relatives at Nicola
Completed will be  One   Of   the 1 thit week.   They returned to Kamloops
best in the province.
Yesterday S. Tingley of
Ashcroft drove Mr. Pearce to
the Nicola Valley Iron & Coal
Co's property and to several
ranches. The coal showing
opened the eyes of the visitor
who expressed himself as well
pleased with the possibilities of
the '' black diamond " on the
Coldwater.
Mr. I'earce returned Wednesday afternoon to Spences
Bridge, proceeding to Nelson
before reaching Calgary. He
will return to Nicola later on in
the summer and make a more
extensive, trip through the Nicola and Similkameen valley.
yssterdty.
The 22 Mite House House on the Nie '
ola road is now one of the most up to-
d��te stnpning places in the province.
The house has been thoroughly renovated
and newly furnished tnd under the new
msntgement it equal to tht Hotel Van-
couver.
J. P. McConnell. John Innet and I,
M. Miller the eastern newspaper men
who spent a few days In this section left
on Tnesdty on their way through the
Similkameen. They expect to return
again thortly and go over thit lection
more thoroughly.
Ralnh, the four-year-old son of Mr.
tnd Mrt. A. R Ctrrington, fell from the
stept tt thtir home on Monday tnd cot
his tongue badly. Dr. Tutill wts ealled
and put tsveral stitchet in it. Ralph
though being somewhat irconvenience'
it getting slung first rate, and will be
tblt to eat and talk at well at ever thortly.
Coutlaa Notes.
Two pioneer mining rusn of Colorado,
Nevada, California, Ariz nt and New
Mexico, and experienced men of the west,
have been prospecting on Coutlee moun
tain, one mile south of Coutlee They
have discovered a fine ledge of hematite
ir n and copper, adjoining McOillivray's
"Siiiieron" claim In the near future
Coutlee will he the greatest lnniHig camp
in tht dittrict.
Great preparations are being made for
a ruth to Iron mountain. With the work
so far done the properties show excellent
results.
At Coutlee it to be the terminus of the
railway good limes tre on hand and in a
8'iort time will be the central point of
the district.    With   the   Iron   mountain
aud   Ten-milo   mines   to draw from the ,
railway and tmelters are going to make it the *�������� '��'*��� *th�� ���� "' Colquah.ll. I and the COal fields and  Copper
their headquarters' | and Coldwater rivers wM tn  in:ere.Mng   ^^ Qr ^ Nico]a district.
Arepre.eut��-.veuf.NewYorksyndi i''*"c of d'RCU��'i'n ,hr""��h th' dl8tr,ct
cate it now looking over the ground I n the uli8t w��el(' The d.tcoverer-a p.o..-
Coldwater for t smelter site.
eer of the distnot���believes he has tulved
tbe problem uf a feasible railway route
tirough the Hope m< umaini.
Stewart's Stage Line.
M. P. Stewart hat tecured t number of I     ���     _, ,... .  ,. . .. ._
Mrs. Tutill held her post-nuptial rectc
new horses fur lue stage line and with hit! ,n     n nm , ���   i
* I Hon at'R.seCollage   Tuesday and vied
present outfit will he  aide  tu  tctumino- ! ,   ,
r | iietday of this week,
dais the traveling public lo the top notch. I
Chatigis of horses will lie made at the 22-1
Mile House on  the Spmioes Bridge run      J. W. C "His of Ten mile was in Nicolt
m.king go d tune both way.     Travelers' this week and reports the mining proper
c nii'iig to Nicula are now  able to almon   ti s in that section is looking exception-
tecure a daily service, with  regular tnd  ally good.    With transportation facilities
toeci.l   stsgei  leaving for Lower Nicola,  Ttn-iuilt will be t prosperovs ctmp,
Coutlee  tnd   Nicolt.      Regular  tltges j _________
leave  Spencet  Bridge  on Thursday for j    ���   , �����     ��� f    ^   ���---, of th, , p��Dy', prospectus tu advertise hi. book
" Mother Earths Treasure Vaults."
Perey F. Godenrath, a newspaper correspondent known from one end of the
province to the other arrived here on
Monday's stage en route to the Similkameen and Boundary, "Percy" represents the Victoria Colonist tnd it also
gathering material and photographs for .
book uf stories���historical, anecdotal and
fact���that he is preparing. "Mother
Kartht Treasure Vaultt" will deal with
Nioolt, Similkameen, Osoyoos and Boundary districts. In advance of the publication of the book he has written . clever
"tske-off" on the lines of . mining com-
Nicol., fr.nc.ton and -ay Po|,lt. sod on  .   _ ^ �� _.      ^ ^   Mf Godenr,th whil, here vwite(, Coutle,
S.turd.y  for  Nicolt,   returning  leave., ���m ^ ^ fc __ ^ ! ��� qmm gnd lgav��� 0D to[Dorro��� ,
Ntcol.  Tustdty  and   Ind.,.     %��'��'; serintend ,., erec,,,)D of the , I94(iy., sUge fo, Princeton.
I MM ctn be tecured at any time by wire.      r.   ��� .   ... ,    _
-adt     butldmgt to bt put up by th*	
NOTICE.
Having taken over the barber butinest
Bank of Montreal.
Traveling Library.
J. McQuiston who has been appointed
St.nley Kirby, the popular landlord of I Becrettry tnd  to  tecure  lbs  necesssry
from"Mr?Bsrwick, I will open up buti [the  Quilchent Inn, ltft   todty  f.r  the;Dwne, lnd Ms^  to  get the Provinoi.l
ess iu a few days in the premises adjoin
ing the Metropolitan Meat Market, and
will be prepared to attend to the wants
of the general public First rlast work
guaranteed at th. old prices. Your pat
iniiage snlioited. H. IH'KK.
oast.     Mr. Kirby will visit  Vtncouver. Traveling  Library hat  been luoceassul.
and Viotorit snd interview the sportsmen | -rne ��raount his been forwarded to the
on ths possibilities of the gsmt resources
of th. valley, The outlook for feather*!
game thit season it good.
provincial librarian tnd the books will 1 e
along at an tarly dste. Mite Murrsy
will be the libraritn. THE   NICOLA  HERALD
-THE-
CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
Capital $8,700,000    Rett $3,600,000    Total Assets (Nov. 1904) $81,000,000
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of SI and upwards received and inter.it allowed.    The depositor
it tubjeot to no delay in depositing or withdrtwing fundi.
Banking by Nail I
Aocounts of ranchers and other customer! residing out of town receive
epecial attention.   Funds may be deposited or withdrawn by mail.
ADVANCE* MAPI ON  1PPOVID  NoTKS
KAMLOOPS BRANCH,
C. W. HALLAMORE,
Manager.
THE NICOLA HERALD
Published -very Thursday
Subscription, In Advance. $2 a Yt_r
Nioola Lake, R C. Juit 13,1908.
Th. by-election in Alberni has be.n set
for July 22nd. Wm Msnaon, Cunservt
tire, will oontett the tett with W. R
Aitkin, the Liberal mmioee. Both
ptrtiei predict a victory.
Latt week the subject tt the Phoenix
Socialist League w��s " What would you
do if you fell heir to t million dollars?''
A socialist would no doubt kocw what
t believer in hit faith should do.
Hon. W. S. Fielding, in delivering the
budget tpeech last Thursday, reviewed
the put ytar from the financial stand
point, showing that tht 1904 surplus
wts tl5.05H.984, which wit far away the
largest in the hiatory of the country.
MRS. TUTILL-MAR3HALL
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Graduate M. 0. H and W. H , Montreal
Licentiate of the College of Physicians and  Surgeons of the  Pro
vine of Quebec.         	
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
Official Administrator
Office.-Commercial Block, east of Post OSice.
     Kamloops, B. C. 	
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Barrister,  Solicitor and   Notary  Puhli
Office:   But of the Canadian Rank of Commerce, south side of Victoria street, Kamloops,
Money to loan on real estate security.
HARDIMAN & MARSDEN
Land Mining and General Supply Agtn
Honing engineers. Reports on mining oropci-
ties through the District, Agen's for minimi,
contractors, farm machinery, wagons, buggies,
etc. Cable address: "Aurum." Codes: Brom-
hall, Morelng k Neal, A. K. C. (th.
Warehouse-Canford, Nicola Valley, B. C.
NOTICE
The author of the following pros, veraes
evidently underetood hit tubjeot thoroughly:
If you toot your little tooter and lay
tsiile your horn, there't not ��� enul in ten
thnrt days will know that you wert born.
He who gathers pumpkins it the mtn
who plows all days, and the who keept a
working it the mtn who makes it pay.
The man who advertises with those little
jerkt it the man who blames the editor
because it never workt. The man who
gots the business hit a long and ttetdy
pull and keept the local paper generally
quite full. He plans his advertisements
in a thoughtful, bonett way, tnd keeps
forever it it until he makes it pay. He
his faith in ill the future, cm withstand
. bankrupt thock, and like a mm of
scripture, his hit business on i rock.
SUPPLEMENTARY  ESTIMATES.
The  Kamloops-Nlcola Telephone Lin.
Gets $8,350.
An Ottiwi despatch says the supple
mentary estimates for the fiscal year com
mencing July 1st, were presented tn parliament nn July 4th. They total 813.
416,973, making with the main estimates
submitted tome weeks igo a grand tot ,1
of 182,079,370. There it alto a forth, r
supplementary for the year just dosed of
$lt>8,430, which gives a total for the past
year of 181,517,821. The increase this
year over the year juit ended is therefore
8561649.
The Kamloops Nicola telephone line re
selves for re-poling, 83,350.
Thirty days after date I Intend to apply to
the chief commissioner of lands and works for
permission to lease 1280 acres more or le-s nf
mountain pasture land fur 21 year- as fol ow>:
Commencing at a post at the mirth east corner
of Wm. I'slnier- purchve TDD, running 8 Hi
chains, thence E 80 chains, thence N 80 chain-,
Ihence W 40 chains, thence N 80chains, thence
VV 10 ohains, thence N 80 chains, thence VV 40
chains, thence 880 chains, theme K 40chains,
thence ti 80 chains to starting post.
8 J. P. 8COTT,
Rockford, B, C, May 29th, 1906.
NOTICE.
Thirty days after date I Intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and works
for a special licence to cut and carry awai
timber from Ihe fo lowing described lands
sl'uated nn I he cast side of the Mamett 1. k
road, and commencing at a post, marked K
Armstrong, and running 80 chtins easi; 80
chains n >rth; 80 chains west; 80 chains south,
to point nf commencement. contaiuing640 acres.
Also commencing at a post at the soulheasi
corner marked it Armstrong, and running east
80 chains; north 80 chains; west 80 chains; sout h
80 chains, to point of commencement, containing 640 acres.
R. ARMSTRONG, Locator.
June 15,1905.        Dan Mi-Innkh, Agent
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that thirty days after
date we intend to apply to the Honorable the
Chief Cooiml sinner of Lends aud A orks for a
special licence to cut and carry away timber
from the following de-cribed lands: Commencing at a p'si set approximately one mile
north of Nicola river and east of Spios creek;
ihence8"chainswe-l;thenCH 80 ch ins nurth;
thence 80 chains ��� ast; thence80chains south, to
point of commencement.
I. SOLLOWAY
f. UOI.L'iWAY
June 11 1905. H. HARDIMAN.
NO I ICE
Notice Is  hereby   given that   thirty days
after date we Intend   o apply to the Honorable the Chief Commissi ner of Lands snd
works for a special licence to cut and ran)
away limber from the   following described
land-:    Cormiiencing at a post set approximately one mile north from Nicols  river, east
nf Spios creek; thence 80 chain-norlh; thince
80 chains east; thenc- 80 chains south; thence
80 chains west, to point of commencement
M.  MAK8DKN
C, SOLLOWAY
O. SOLLOWAY
June 11,1905. T, R. HARHIMAN.
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EMAsfl��Jul
Pinch Eyrglsases combine
tpecUcle comfort wi'.h eyeglass tlegsnce. Our adjustment is faultless. Thit with
perfectly sdtpted lenses it
our ides of what will tttitfy
you best.
MALLERY DRUG CO
KAMLOOPS
Smo-Le
Interior
or
La Morena
Cigars
(fNION Ml' t)
Inland Cigar Mfg. Co.
KAMLOOPS. B. C
NOTICK.
Thirty days after date I intend to apply to
the chief commissioner of lands and works for
a licence to cut timber nn the following described area, vlt: Commencing at a post on
ihe north side of Smith's creek marked south
east angle, running 80 chains west; Ihence 80
chains north; thence 8'chains east; thence 80
chains south to point of commencement; 640
acres, located June 16,1905.
CHA8. F. LAW.
NOTICE.
Thirty days after date I Intend to apply to
the chief commissioner of lands and work- for
alliance to cut timber on Ihe following <\<
scribed area, viz: < omm-ncinK at a post
on the north side of Union's creek marked
southwest anuli', running 80 elm n- east; thence
80 chains north; thence 80 chains west; thence
80 chains south to point nf commencement; 610
acres, located June Hi. 19"5
W. H. ARMSTRONG,
 By his aiient, ('has, f. Law.
NOTICE
Thirty days after date I Intend to apply to
the chief commissioner of lands and works for a
special license to cut. and carry timber fiom the
following described lands commencing a' a
post marked F C. Tingley, situate! two miles
south of Nicola river and running 80 chains K.
80 chains S, 80 chains W, 80 chains N, to point
com niencement 610 acres.
Also commencing at a post al the S. W, corner and running 80 chains V, 80 chains S, 80
chains W, 80 chains N to , olnt of commence
ment 640 acres. F. C. TINOLEY,
Isi alor.
June 20th, 1905, Din Mclnnes, Agent.
NOTICE.
Thlrtv days after date I Intend to apply to
the ' hief Commissioner of lands and wnrks for
siwi mi In Misn io cut timber on the following
area,i oinmenclng at a post, marked W -.M.
N. W. corner thence S 160 chains, E 40, N
WO. W 401 o initial post, 640 acres and adjoining
J. (Vs. on the b,; also commencing at pos' mark
ed VV. ..Ill's N. W. corner thence E 80 chains,
8 80. W 80. N 80 to initial post, 640 acres adjoining J. C sons. W. O MURRAY,
June 21,1905. J.Costilion, Agent
NOTICE
81x< y da; s after date I Intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works to
nmchase 160 acres of mountain land, commencing at R. tiiiHif. ni',-, sr., stake, west corner;
running east 20 chains; thence west 20 chains;
Hi'ii"- north 80 chains, more or less; Ihtnw
south 80 chains, more or less.
June21,1905 R. OULLIFORD, Jr.
NOTICE
Thirty days after date I Intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner nf Lands and Works for a
siiicial licence to i ut timber on the following
describe! lands: Com ' lining at a post
marked C. s's northwest cornei. adjoining H
Memu'- land on south side; thence south 80
chains; th��nc cast 80 chains; ihence notth 80
chains; them- west 80 chains to Initial post.
June 21, UK CH AS. STIRLING.
IIII.I.IAIilis
POOL
Kamloops
T0NS0RIAL PARLOR
J. A. SCOTT, Prop.
Hard to Apply.
An low. minister is quoted it tiying:
"Ar intoxicating drink is the gift of O d
tnd miy be properly enjoyed by any man
who can do to without working injury tn
hit fellow men." But by the time one
gett enough of the "gift" he it not in condition to think much of his fellow men.
The minister s statement recalls the answer of the mtn who wis told that he
could .void intoxication by calling for
tirsipirilla ��hen he hid taken as much
whiskey is he wanted He re. 1 ed:
"When I get is much whisker at I want
I otn't sty tirsapirillt."���Th. Cum mom ,
NOTK.E
Thirty days after dat* I intend to apply to the
chief oommlBfiionflr of lands and works for a
special licence to rat and carry away timber
from the following described lands oommen-
ning at post marked H J, U'oodward, abouT 8
mflesHouthofNiroiarlverandrunnlnerrll'halnrs
N. W> chains W, 80 chains 8, 80 chains I to point
of commenrent 640 acres.
AlaocofmnenriiigHt a post at rhe north east
r.orner and west 80 chains, nort h 80 chains, east
80 chains, south 80 chains to point of commencement containing 640 acres.
8. J. WOODWARD.
June Mi h, 1905. Locator.
 Dan Volnnea Agent,
NOTICE.
Thirty days afterdate I Inland to apply to
the nhh f commissioner of lands and works for a
special licence lo cut timber over the fol owing
described ana commencing at a post marked
J. Fraser's situated ten miles north nf Nicola
wagon ro.tl and running as follows,80chains
VV, 80 N, 80 R. 80 8, to initial post; also- ominen
oing al a post marked J. Eraser's 80 chains VV,
80 Si 80 K, 80 N to Initial po. t
J. FRASKR,
8, Tingley, Agent
Coutlee, B. C, June 9th, 1005.
NOTICE.
NOTICE
Thirty days after date I intend in apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
special licence to cut nod carry away timber
from the following described lands situated on
the east side Mamet' lake road, and running
80 chains south, 80 chains west, 80 chain-
north. 80 chains east, to point of commencement; containing 640 acres.
Also commencing at a post marked W. H.
Armstrong, at the northeast corner, and tunning 80 chains north; 80 chains west; 80 chaltt
soulh 80chains east, o point of commencement, containing MO aces.
W. H. AttMhTRONG, Locator.
June 19,1905.     Dan McInnis, Agent.
Thirty days after date I Intend to apply to
the chief commissioner of lands and wnrks for
a special Itucnee to cut timber on the following
described lands situated rorth west o' I). Mc
limes'pre emp'lon and running as follows 80
chains south, 80 chains east, 80 chains north,
81 ch tins west to point of commencement con
talning 840 acres: also commencing at a post
marked I'. Tingley and running80 chdnsnorth,
80 east, 80 soulh, W west to point of cot unence
ment, containing 640 acres
P. TINOLEY,
Locator,
8. Tingley, Agent.
Coutlee. R. ('.. June 10th. 1906.
raiNOETON
NICOLA
"WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW"
Just Received a Large Shipment of
MEN'S NEGLIGE SHIRTS
Direct from Glasgow, Scotland
THESE ARE FULL SIZE, SPLENDID QUALITY
It
IS
Come to us for the latest and freshest goods,
a pleasure for us to do business. We
guarantee satisfaction.
(temp Outfit*              Mining Supplies! Hardware
Dry ttooitia                 Boot* and Hkiiea tiroerriei
Dm. sat Ntationer-  Gents Famishing Floor _ Feed
Lnmber
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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
METROPOLITAN
MEAT flARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Ve.il, Pork
and Sausage
Twice a week delivery to Lower Nicola, Coutlee, way points
Orders throughout the District receive careful tttention ind promptly delivered
JAME*  POOLEV Proprietor
i
Unequalled as a   j
Sunder Resort
Good Fishing and Shoot-
lag.   Guides and Horses '
always ready.   Telephone '
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
QUILCHENA, B. 0.
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coutleFblacksmith 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.
NOTICE
EMxtydays afterdate I Inland to make appli
cation 11 tho chief conimia-inni-r of lamls and I
works for permission to purchase 80a res of
mountain land starting: at K. Oulllford's stake
No. 913. running SO chains ea i, 10 chain' north,
90 chains west. 40 chains south tn siart iim po-l,
K OULLIFORD.
Atpen drove, B. C, June li, IMS,
Harness
and Saddlery
Now it the time to buy your Harnett and Saddlery. I hive in
stock i full I'.ne o goodasuitable
to the trade. Saisfactum guaranteed.   All kindt of
KEPAIBIMU
Harness, Bunts, Shoes, etc., done
neatly ind promptly.
N. J. BARWICK,
NICOLA LAKE,      ���      -      B. C
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Horse Shoeing i specialty.
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker,Jeweler
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
All kindt of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
etc., kept in st' ck.   Wedding presents a specialty.
First class repiirt done on short notice
and returned it once. THE   NICOLA   HERALD
OUR
4 OFF
SALE
Is the event of Kamloopt
and district it present.
People know i good thing.
They are getting good
goods cheap. Re:uemoer
it is 25 cents off every dollar and the terms are spot
cash.
Our slock ia all new. No
old gui'ds to W'lik off.
New guilds are arriving
daily to keep our assortment up.
Mail orders tilled the day received.
A. F. LAUDER
Exsluslvo Outfitter to Men anil Boys
KAMLOOPS, B.C.
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EXCITEMENT AT KAMLOOPS.
Experiences of a Bashful Young Nioola
Man in the City.
Word has been received from Kimlnops
that two young men from Nicola who vis
iled the I.ilaud Capital I few weeks ago,
that one, \ bashful yoiuiJ fellow, was invited out tu dine one evening.      He was
very agitated.    He sat opposite a uiirroi I
aud discovered   that  he had forgotten tu I
comb his hair.   Then he dropped his fork
on the floor, and as  he stooped tn pick it
up he upset his   coffee.     Matters   wen'
from bad to worse, until finally indVspai'
the   young   mm yuit eatiuit ami put .
hands down beside the table,     Tne em
of'he table cloth  was hanging lmse on
his knee.    When he tmuheil it he lurneO
pale.    He thought it was his shirt and in
nervous eicit-tneut while drestiiig hie han
forgotten lo put  the garment iuside  hi>
clothes.     That accounted for the smiles
and embarrassment.    He  hurriedly s ut
fed the supposed  shirt   under  his  waisi-
ooat,   Afterwards, when  the family row
from the table, there was a crash, mil th
dishes lay iu a  broken hik oh the Hon
Tile yuug man pulled three fett of laid
cloth out of his clothes and  fled  f r th'
Wnds.     Since his return   home he In-
been  very tame aud  when  he comes n
Contact with Kamloops people is taken ill
He is gradually becoming himself ag>m
-THE
Bank of Montreal
Capital all paid up, $14,000,000 Rest, $ic,o 0,000
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $373,988
Total Assets        ....        $, ^ 24,452.74
PRESIDENT, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathoona and Mount Royal, 0. C. M. 0.
VICE-PRESIDENT,       - ��� Sir Geo. A. Drummond. K. C. M. 0.
GENERAL MANAGER ��� - E. S. CLOUSTON
Head Office���Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from   $1.00   and  upwards.      Interest
credked twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
BANKING BY MAIL
Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail.     Out of
town accounts receive every attention.
THE NICOLA BRANCH IS NOW OPEN
G. A. HKNDEKSON,
Acting Manager.
NIOOLA AND PRINCETON
E
PAW
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B
nlso Gonoral Livery
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every   1 hursday fur Nicola lake,   Kamloops,
Princeton  and way [mints at 6 a. m.
Leave  Kamloops
Every Monday for Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
tvery   Sunday   6 a. m.   arriving Spences
Bridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
Every Tuesday and Saturday for Spences
Bridge at 6 a. m.
Every Friday for Princeton at 6 a. m,
^pijcial trips made by appointment.
Telephono connection with Kamloops
M. P. STEWART,
Proprietor
NOTICE
Thirtydays after date I inli'iul to apply to
tile cliit'f commissioner of 'amis and works for
a sp rial limns.' to cut and carry away tiinlatr
from tin' following deenrlhi il Inn's, starling
al apost nuirked A. McGillivray's N. K. cuiner
placed ar, he Charters nirral. llodey * ro-k,
'bsnoa 88 chains no itli, Irene Wi ch'ins west,
thence8lichainsnorth,toence 81)chainseast tu
iiilinl i iwt tilO acres.
June" 11105, A. Mc'HLLIVRAY.
NOTICE
Thirty days after date I in'ond tn apply'o
th ��� 0 'ii;f i' iinini si 'lift uf lands and works fur
a special license tociil. and cany awa> tiniliof
f ,iu the following described lands, sianing
from n past one mile south' rly from the Clcir-
icrs Corral, Godey Cr ok, thence south 811
chains, ih Mice wes 811 chaise; thenoe nurih 811
'liaiiis, ihence east 80 iduitis io iintu psstSlfl
aeies. JUS UK AH AM.
June 7ih, t!J0o. j	
IIOTIXM
DOMINION HOTKL, the best house In town
HcndnUHHers tor Ins Nicola, Lewis crick
and Granite creek .singes. Kvcy convenience
for traveler* and i omiiioicial men. Kxeelleti'
'able and will slocked bar. ('..I Hubii.leosg
Co,, prnprieiurs, Kaiiiloop*	
MONTIIKAL H'lTKL, Kamlou|,s, Napoleon
Latremoiiille. prOpfiHSf. Kirst diss in
eiciy parti'iilar. Uuiid wines, Liquors and
cigars.   fSiabling in connection
KAMI/HUM IIOl'SK, P. Rsrod, proprietor.
Best stock ������( wines, liquors and cigars in
'lie Interior. Just ihe spin for a nice cool re-
(reshlni glass of beer. Who i in Kamloops
call in
"If you ste-il���I don't care what it i
��� you'll repent it 8ume diy." "Bil !
Duln't ynu e��er steal a kissl" "Yes, snd
I married the girl."
Horse Shipments.
Shipped June 30 h by E. Ressner fTMn
K illlloops to Bss Island, 5 luy geldings,
77 on r s; 1 man folding, 77 on r a; 1
buckskin gelding, 77 on r s; 1 cheatnut
mire, 1 hay mare, 1 sorrel mare77 on rs,
1 hay mare anil foal, H S on r s; 1 bay
mare, dumbell on rs
Sold July 6th to P. Burns 4 Co. by
Wm Buse for Kanilo ps shop: 4 steels
snd 10 cows, hrtj circle over circle on r h
R0T1 E
Thirty days from due 1 intend toapply to
h Chief lomniiss oner of lands and work-for
a special license to cut and cai ry away timber
from Ihe foil living land siuriing at * post vi
the oliarters corral, Qodar Cr st, parked K.
d'Xnilts,  N,   W   corner, thence 8(1 chaos
soulh, Ihence 8I| chains east. I In <��� .so   nu,s
n irlli, thence 8n chains west to initial pout 010
acres. R. McKKNZlK.
June?, 1905._____	
NOTIi I
Thlrti days from date I intend to applv to the
i hit f OOfOntfelMblf of lauds mid work-* for a
ii ��� ii-c torn mid carry ftW*j limber frnin tht*'
fnlliiwinii land, siarli'in at a poll<m mile iCHift I
from ihe I Mailers* Viral, (Judey (reek, nm k-
cd a, (.:,'�� N, W. turner, thentV H'l nhftibii h >u h, i
'htjnr.e 80 chains eattt, UWAO- Mi chain- nm ih
UienceHDi'lmins west to initial pot, 610 m re��.
June', 11HI5. A. COLUJ-Tl'.
"notice
Thirty days from datel intend to ajivly t-
the (,'hief Couiiiii-Hioher of I ..ind h and ^Viirk
f'��T��upecUl Ik'eiiho Docul and 04ITJ aw��v iim-
her from the following land,-tariin�� fr<<rua
pot) placed on^ mile east'My froni the ('harit ps
�� orml, Uodey Cre-k, muked M. J. Clenbj N,
W, corner, thence 8u > halm *outh Ihencfl m
chains east, thence 80 north, ihence 80 Wtsi (0
initial posi (HOnTiM. M. J. CLKAoBY.
June 7, litOo _____^
GRAM* PACIFIC HOTKL, KmnloopH. The
ncaresi h��U*l U> the mllwa) Nation. Th*
only eoviuiiient hotel fur travelers. food
rooms, good  ffttde, ��ood  liquors.     Two |4T|i
simple rooms.   P. A. Bwnhart, proprietor.
 (iood stahlmtf in cop ii��ction.	
QtlKKNH HOTKu, lUinloopa B, C On.\
brick hotel in the ult). fine wines. Iiq
tort aud cktira, Kates, $1 to f_.,vi pi r day.
Everything In conneeti'm with this ho'el i-
Hrst cIhhh und in -to-dftte. HiMdij'iHfters for
bMfpac>ori and miners Krerj ncoomOiodttlon
for KU'rt-N. Quiet reading iui'1 -moking rooms.
(Iiiod   'uhliiiy on the ore     s> -.
ABHCROIT HOI KIv. The most, convenient
ho'el for visitor^ in Anhcroft, The h> st of
tabic board. Hot ami cold baths, uur re ire-
sen1 alive meets all trains. Johnson & Perkins,
proprietor., 	
GHANO CKNTRAIj HOI'KL, Ashcroft. Kv-
erything up to-date. the house has lately
been remodelled und is now under new man-
i^cineni. The bar hi mipplltd with * hoicest
brudl of wioes, liquors and cigars. When in
Ashcroft Htop at the (irand Central, George
w ard, proprietor.  ^__^__
R. M. WOODWARD
Is still doing business at the Old Stand. A
good stock of Lumber constantly on hand.
Orders promptly filled.
Lower Nicola,      -     -     -     B. C
Rosedale H��-sei I;o\Ver \Ticola
GENERAL STORE, POST OFFICE, EXPRESS
AND TELEPHONE OFFICE.       -      -      -
S. J. WOODWARD
That frankness is a virtue taught
By sages, this you'll have tu own;
If ynu said everything yuu thought
They might remove your telephone.
Bound for Canada.
A party of 204 buys from Dr. Bar-
nardii'e Hume have If ft Huston fnr Liver-
P'l.il oil th��ir �� ,y I Cm ���U, The home
ha�� now sent nut (171 h \saiui girls this
yeir to t.'an��ila. or Ji; Hill in all, of whom
over H per uont h��v�� dons excellently.
JHOIICE
Thirty dajs (romda'i'l Int'til to apnly to
tho Uhicf t inniiiiiHsioiit'i1 of Lanill and Works
fir a I10SASS to rut ami p.irry aw .y tiiniier front
the foll'iwinK de-crilj- d land-, -lartinn fnnn s
ukI one iiiiln sonttierlv fioin M J. Chasbi's
pwl maiked K. K, N, Vf.oortsr. thsoas wuith
W rluiiiH. tbSDOS east '���li , hnin-. ilifiici' nurth
Hhliaiiis, thence west Ml chains to initial posi
MOaC'-es. K. KIUHAItlW.
June 7, 11105.	
NOTICE
Thirty da\s sftcr dale I intend to apply
to the chief coinniishionor of lauds and work
fir a special licence In rut, timher on I e
tu lowiuir described area ciinnneiiciiiii at a i��M
inarkeO J. is N. w.ovnsr, K ��Ms of ln<lian
re eive, thence8 IIH)chains, theiue E _cl aln^,
t^enee N 1W chain.. I.hcnce VV III >o inilial post
OiliprWiiK lil'l acres; alsi eonino'iieiiig st n
no.' ma'ked J. ('.'s N. VV. comer on K, side of
Indian re-crve. thence S 80cmiins, thence KKI
chiiiis, Ihence N SOcliain-, ihcec W8(1 chains
to Initial post, coinprMni; mo seres,
JOSKI'H COST1LLON.
Coldwater, Nicola, June ,i, liKXi.
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
Thirty days after dale I Intend to apply lo
the honorable chief c iniinissloiicr of lands and
works fur permission to lease for 21 yeais.Vli
BiT.-s more or less of mountain pasture near
SluniuLake, commencing at theN. VV.corner
of Lot tiltl and running S10 chains, thence VV 10
ihains, Misses NIX) chains, thence w 20chaim,
thence N10 chains, thence K10 chains, then e
S 111 chains, thince K W) chain-, thence 8 80
chains to startinii tioint.        JAMES AMD.
Kockford, July Oth, 1905,
Thirtydays nfter date 1 intend to apply to
the chief commissioner of land* and works (or
a special license to cut timher over Ihe following described area, commencing at a pos*
nia'ked A. Tingle), ��i chain K, 80 chains N, 80
VV. SOS to inilial po.\ lUO acres; al��o commencing at a post marked A. Tingley and running
80 chains VV, 80 N, 80 K, 80 S to inilial post, 640
acres. A T1NU1.KY,
S. Tingley, Agent.
Coutlee, B. C, June 9th, 1904 ______
NOHOI
Sixty days after date I Intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and VV orks
for permission to purchase80 acres of mountain
pasturage, being lot No. 186, township 91, Urn-
loops division, Nicola.
June 16,1905. GKACK D. TUTILL.
NOTICK
Thirty days sfter date 1 hVnd toaiiplr loth
1 hiefConiniis-ioiierof Lmis and Worksfora
special liceniv to cut tfoiber on tbe following
,1cm i' >,-,I Wnds: Comnii ncing at a post
nmrkcil S. J. S '�� northwest corner, adjoining
LK.Uea 1.; thence 190 i liains nou'Ii, thence4"
ohains east; ihence 110 chains north; thence in
chions west, to inilial post.
8. J. -.'lUlMAN, Locator.
JlllillL'l, 1905.        I II \S. Mim.l.MI,   Agc'i',
Klop al lln>
; ROCKFORD HOUSE
IlllBT    SCOTT,   ['inprletur
When   traveling   no   the N'Cols road.
! Convenient place tor travelers with gone
O'C'IIIII" d llii II.
Otter Flnt Hotel
Charles Dubarro, Proprietor.
TULAMEEN CITY, ��� ��� ��� B ���'
Hesilquarters for Summit, Kihhtt
iii'Untain, Tulameen river, BoulnV', He r
and K"lly creek camps, (loud Fishing
and Ilnatiiig.
P O. Address;   Aspen drove.
NOTICK.
Thirty days after dale I Intend to apply to the
chief (commissioner of lands aud works fora
special liceuse to cut and carry away limber of
th- following described lauds commencing at a
j poet one mile south west of the second corral
marked VV. lfetniars und running 80 clmois
east, 80 chains south. Ml chains wesi. 8" chains
north, to point of conimeni enieni containing
IHO acres. VV. DKTMAIts.
Liva'or
June 19th, 1905. Dan Mclnnes. Agent
NOTICE
Thirty days after da'c I intend to apply to
ths Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for alicen.ie to cut and carry away timber fom
I li> following riv-i ribed lands: Conimeni ing at
a nost msrked Minnie Mi limes, ami running
III chains north; ltXich 'in east; III chains soulh;
Hill chains west, to poinl of commencement;
containing HI" io   es.
M1NNIK Mi 1NNKS, Locator.
|    June l.f, 1905.      Dan Mi Innkb. Agent.
Look
at
the
Things
v
We have secured for the pleasing of menof taste.
If you are one of the best dressers you certainly
will appreciate the style, beauty and quality of
everything in this stock of
Men's Furnishinga
New styles and colorings in Shirts, Neckwear
,iihI I losiery are prominent, Summer is crowding out Spring and already the lighter things,
from Underwear out, are coming in fast, Going
out last too, because of these small prices.
E, BURNS   -     -   Kamloops, B. C,
ini
JO
El
JAMES SMITH
GENERAL
The well known stallion,
Reggie M., will stand the season at the ranch of Peter Marquart. Courtnay Like, B. C.
Terms: $20 at the end of the
season, pasture included,
Peter Marquart.
LOWER NICOLA, B. C.
All kinds of repair work done in s
neat and satisfactory manner and in short
notice.
Horseshoeing THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NEWS
Haying has commenced  oo the various
ranches through tbs mile-.
R.  H. Lee, P. L. 8��� of Karrloops is
op the Coldwater surveying coal claims.
The Bank of Commerce opened s
branch at Princeton on Monday of this
week.
Tbe Murray Brothers have been busy
the past week at their ranch a few miles
below town getting out sawlogs.
Al. Cameron of Calgary came In on
Monday's stage proceeding to Coutlees
where he ia picking up a car load of horse.
The room in the Pooley building ii be.
ing put in shape for II. Murk's barber
���hop, which will be moved there shortly.
W. McCalloch, former government si
ssyer at Victoria, psssed through Nicola
on Mond y after visiting in tbe Similkameen district.
Nicola ii to have a soda fountain, A.
Pi. Cirrington will have one in hia store
in a few days. This will be a chance to
quench your thirst.
8. Tingley and daughter, Miss Pauline
Tiagley, arrived in Nicola on Monday,
Miss Tingley visiting with Mrs. M. P.
Stewart for a few days.
Q. B. Armstrong general merchant,
Lower Nicola, returned from a trip to
Victoria this week, Mrs. Armstrong and
children accompanied him.
McAULEY'S
8TACE LINE
Liaves Spsnces Bbidoe
Every Tuesday at 6 a. m , for Nicola
and way points, returning
Leaves Nicola
Every Wednesday at 6 a. m., for Spences Bridge and way points.
Carrying Passenegere and Eipresa. Spec
ial Stages can be secured at any time
HARDWARE
SHELF GOODS
MINING 8UPPLIE8
LUMBER 8UPPLIE8
McLAUUHLIN'8
CARRIAGES
.    WAGONS
McOORMICK MOWERS
A full line of the above always kept
in stock at close prices at
LEEMINC'S HARDWARE
KAMLOOPS
M. McAULEY,
Proprietor
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
8010  Westminster Road
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
H. C. Urown Slock ot Fruit and
OruHiiii'iitHl Trt'��'��.
Apple Trees; 2 and 9 year olds: fl5 to 120 per
100. according to variety. One-year olds, 1 to 5
feet. $10 to |12 per 100.
Exlia nice stock of Cherry. Peach, Plum,
Apricots, etc., now growing for fall orders. No
expense, loss or delay of fumigation or Inspection, Let me price your list before placing your
order.  Catalog free.
Greenhouse Plants, Floral Work, Hee Supplies, Fruit Packages, Fertilizers, etc,
M. J, HKNRY,
3010 Westminster Road,      Vancouvkh, 11  C
RILEY HOUSE
NICOLA LAKE, B. O.
First class board and lodging by tbe
day week or month. Every attention
given to tho travelling public.
Mrs. Riley, Proprietress.
F. G. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CARRIAGE AND WAGON WORK
Horseshoing done in a
first class manner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
All Work Guaranteed
Ed. Tennyson who was thrown from a
horse at Otter Flat last week, died on
Saturday from the injuries received, He
wts a native of Norway and had been in
this country several years. He owned
considerable mining property.
Members desiring books and reading
matter from the Nicola Circulating Lib
rary can get same on Tuesdays from 8 to
9 p. m., and on Saturdays from 4 to 5 p
m. The library is now in the court h use
building, J. MeQuiston, secretary, Rev.
J. Pye, assistant.
Business Locals.
Call and see the line of snaps at Bar
wick's Harness and Saddlery Emporioum.
Hardiman & Maraden of Canford, Nicola Road, land, mining and general supply agents, have in ad in The Nicola
Herald.
Some fine, new sets of driving snd
w rlt harness at Berwick's. Call and see
them.   They're all right.
To Let.���In t cottage near English
Bay, Vanoouver, a dining room and two
bedrooms with use of bathroom and kit
ehen.   1247 Barclay street, Vancouver.
NOTICE.
Thirty days afte-date I Intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for a spedal licene to cut and carry away i
timber from the following described lands:
Commencing at a po.t mar ed C H. Tlnglpy
aid runningsO chains ea t; 80chains soulh; 80
chains wesi; 80 chains north to point of commencement, con aiuing 640 ���cres.
Also commencing at V e northeast corner and
running 80 chains eas<; 80 chains south; 80
chains west; 80'hains north to point of commencement, containing 640 acres.
C. H. TINGLEY, Locator.
June IS, 1909.        Ii<n McInnkb. Agent.
M BEATTIE
Accountant, Commission, Insurance
and General Agent.
Main Street Kamloops
NOTICE
Thirty days after date I Intend to apply to
the Chief' ommlssloner of I .anils and Works
for a special licence to cut and carry away
timber from the following descibed lands:
Commencing at a post marked K J ferett, and
running 80 chnlns wesi; 80 chains south; 80
chainsoa-t;80chains north, to point of com
inen-ement, containing 610 acres.
Al��o cominen'-lng al northwest comer and
running 80 chains west; 80 chains s>ut,n; 80
ch dns east; W chains nonh, to point of commencement, containing 6111 seres.
E. J. SKRHJT, Locator.
June 15.1905.       Din Mi Innks, Agent,
If You Need AwWn$
ii( the
Line, send your work to the undersigned
All  orders  finished  in a workmanship
manner.   Cabinet work a specialty.
J. R. IVicOREGOR,
Lower Nicola. B. 0.
NOTICE
TOr y days after date I intend to aoply to
'he Chief I onimlssinner of lands and Works
for a sieclal licence to cut and carry away
timber fron the following described lands,
situated on the east >lde of Mn" ett like roai.
and commenoiiiK at a p st nmrked E Cousin',
and running 80 chains soulh; 80 chains ea-t: HO
chains north; 80 chains west, to point of commencement, containing 640 acres.
Also commencing at a post marked K.
Cousins', at the northwest co ner. and running
80 chains south; 80 chains east; 80 chains north:
80 chain west, to point of commencement,
containing 610 acres.
E. COIWINS, Locator.
June 15,1905.        Das McInnkb. Agent.
WAICH REPAIRING
All kinds nf Watch, Cluck
and Jewelry repairs done in
first class order and satisfaction guaranteed. All work
entrusted to our care will be
completed and returned without delay.
H. M. < AMPBELL A CO.,
C. P. R. Time Inspectors. Kamloops
NOTICE
Sin y days after date I Intend to apply to the
chief commissioner of 'andsaod works for permission to purchase lo acres of mountain pasturage commencing at a post market1 A. L ��
N. W corner thence 8 20 chains, ihence E 20,
N 20, thence along Fish Lake shorn lo Inilial
post 40 acres. ANTOINNE LaMPKON.
71 h July, 1905.
NOTICE,
Thirty days after dale I Intend to apply lo
the chief commissioner of lands and works for a
special licence to cut and carry away timber nn
tie following described lands situated nn the
north side of Nioola lake about opposite Qu I-
ineiia creek, and aboir, one mile from the lake
commencing at a post markel 0. B. Murphy's
and running S 40, W 160, N 40, E 180. containing
Me a'res Coiiimnncingat a post at north wmt.
corner marked G. B. Murphy and running N
40 chains, W 160, 8 40, E160 to Initial post containing 640acres. O. B. MURPHY,
Nicola Lake, July 16th, 1905 Locator.
S. Tingley, Agent.
NOTICE.
Thirty days after date I Intend to apply to
the chief commissioner of lands and works for
a special license to cut and carry away timber
of the following desoribed lands situated nn
the north sideof Nicola lake and about opposite "ulllvan creek and commencing at a post,
marked W. E Burns and running south 40
rh ins west 160, north 40. east 160 to initial post
con' Ining 640 scr����. Commencing a' a post
at the north east corner and running north 40
chains, west 160, S10, east 160 to initial post con-
talnlogMOactea. W. K. Ill UN's,
l/s-ator.
8. Tingley, Agent.
Nicola, July 15th, 1905.
Blackberries
Currants
Apricots
Raspberries
Peaches
Plums
Prunes, etc
Leave your orders with us
and we will ship when fruit
is best and cheapest.
McLEAN & GO
KAMLOOP8
VACATION
Means ynu want a
Take pictures of the places
you go to and the people you
meet. Half the pleasure is
lost without one. We have a
complete stock
SMITH BROS
BOOKSTORE
Ksmloois and Vci iimi
Agents for Kastman Kodaks and Supplies.
"NOTICE
Thirty days after date I Intend to apply to
I he chief roiinniiMoner of lands and works for
a special license to cut and carry away timber
f'inn the following described area commencing
st a post marked s. T Creelman two miles
soulh of Nicola river and running 80 chains N,
80 chains K. so chains smith, 80 chains W to
point of commence:: ent containing 640 acres.
Also commencing at a post V. W. corner, and
running 80 chains N, 80 chains E, 80 chains, 8,
80 chain- W to point of commencement containing 640 aci es. 8. T. UKEKLMAN,
Locator,
June 2flih, 1905. I>an Mclnnes. Agent:
NOTICE
Thirtydays after dale I in end loappply to
the chief commissioner of lands and works for
a special licence to cut and carry away Umber
from the following described land, commencing
at a post marked Ttolsh Fyall situate about twn
miles.mi'li of the Nicola river and running80
chains 8, Ho chains W, 80 chains N, 80 cbains E,
to pelnl nf commenci nl containing 640 acres.
Alan commencing at a post al the 8. E, cor
ner, and r unlng 80 chains 180 chains W, 80
chains N, 80 chains E to no nt of commencement
liliiacies. liOLPH FYALL.
Locator.
June 20th. 1906. Dan Mclnnes, Agent,
ARRIVING EVERY WEEK
PRESH GROCERIES
We have constantly on hand
Hardware, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Miners' Supplies, etc.
At Right Prices
A full Stock of the
LAKE OF WOODS FLOUR
on hand.   This is considered one of the best brands on
the market.
A few Pieces left of Blousings and
Waistings
Bargains are still on.
A. R.
General Agent Excelsior Life Insurance Co.
Notary Public.
NIOOLA LAKE, B..O.
"If PAYS TO DEAL WITH US."
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.
, I MM
o
GENERAL MERCHANT
Lower Nicola,        -       -        B. C.
COUTLEE IJOTEL
COUTLEE, B. C.
Jos. Richards,      -      proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.  First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Good Stabling In Connection. Telephone Connection

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