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THE NICOLA HERALD
Vol. 2.  No. 18.
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1906.
$2 a Year
LOWBR NIOOLA NKWS
Oeneral  Newt ln and Around Lower
���nd of Valley.
Jamet Woodwtrd has re mm��� from
tht Northwett. He made a trip to Ash-
oroft early in the week on huliness connected ��'th the Newton Gr angt ranch.
Mr. tnd Hn. E A. Jukts tnd fsmlly
trt loctttd it Lower Nicolt for t few
wtekt.
F, W. Millar has been placed in ihargt
of the Newton Orange ranch.
Barclay Bonthrone shipped twenty
head of firtt class tteera to Ashcroft early
in the week.
The new bridge over the Nioola will be
eomewhere in the neighborhood of Cm-
ford���the extot locttioa hts not ytt been
decided up.
Upon good luthority we can state thai
then ii every prohihili'y of tbe Ten
Mile creek group of claims being cotud-
erably developed this season.
After litigation nnd disputation ex
tending over a period of anteen years.
Lot 158, Group 1, hai passed into the
hands of Henry Woodward. Capt. Flick
���ho took up the oast a few months <_i,
managed to convince the lands and wnrka
tt tn the superior claim of hia client.
Wt regret to have to chronicle Ihe departure of H. Gaineuf trie 0 P. R engineering staff. Hi left on Tuesdty for
Montrttl.
R C. Campbell Johnston and Joseph
Graham were up Ten Mile creek early in
the week looking at mining properties.
Rtilhetd will he twenty eiitht milei out
from the Bridge ere theee notes appear in
print.
Myrtle Woodward ii well on the rotd
te recovery���ill dinger, except t relapse���
it now ptst.
Fred Woodwtrd of "Fairview" hat
bten laid up with t tevere bronchial
i.tsok,
The concrete piers it Petit, Cleniei'
and D"dding'a bridgtt are fast neiring
completion���but tha river haa not ytt
ret' hed normal high water���a fact that
the contractor! have ytt  to rtckon with.
Quite t ftw mi .in; men havt beeu in
tbit vicinity the last few d��ys.
In Aid of 'Frlico Sufforere.
A subscription was taken up tt Coutltt
lut week in ail of the San Frtncitio sufferers, the f 100 collected lining lent to
Mayor Morlty of Victorit, to be for
wtrded to the proper authorities. The
following are those who donated:
H. D. Green-Armytage $10 00
Joi R. A. Rtohardi   10 00
F. Rey    6 00
A. Fyall    5 00
J. Murray    6 00
8. J. Solomon    6 00
J. P. Allen     6 00
Mrs. J. R. A. Riohtrdi    6 00
E Gnettlich    5 00
H. Goodissnn    5(H)
C. 8. Ciow.ki  10 00
T. P. Htrrison    6 00
W. Voght    6 00
C. Newkirk    5 00
C. H. Ape .es    6 00
P. Q    2 00
J. McKinnon    2 00
James Smith     1 00
H.S.Clta.by    6 00
Tottl tlOOOO
Stuart Mtnnell tnd H. J. Ctnnivtn,
minipg men from the eastern itatei, and
H. 6. Aihhy of Kamlonps, arrived in
Ni.-ila on Saturday evening. They went
to Otter Valley on Sunday returning to
Nicol. on Wednesdsy night. Todty thty
west .ip Mill creek with T. Hunter tnd
F. I.sn I trt to view tht Peacock minei.
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Nicola to be Commercial .Center of the District.   Forksdale Will
Be the Mining Center.- -W. Pearce, Chief Surveyor and
Assistant Land Commmissioner C P. R.
Speaks Highly of Nicola Valley.
W. Pearce, chief surveyor and assistant land commissioner in B. C for the C.
P. R- has been in the Valley during the past week for the purpose of making arrangements for the location of two stations on the line of railroad. The two sites
selected are Nicola and Forksdale, and Mr. Pearce has been negotiating with the
owners of these townsites and with the landowners in their vicinity arrangements
mutually beneficial.
So far we understand an amicable understanding has been come to between
the parties concerned and Nicola and Forksdale will be the two main stations on
the line. In an interview, Mr. Pearce ex pressed himself as being well satisfied
with the arrangements already made. He is highly impressed with the possibilities ol this section and has nothing but praise fur it. He considers that fruit of
the hardier varieties ought to do well here, and forsees a great agricultural future
for the district. With regard to C. P. R. plans for the future of the town of Nicola, he was unable to give any detailed information, but said thit he had no doubt
but that the C. P. R. would do their utm >st to push Nicola to the front, and advertise its advantages thoroughly. It would be found in all likelihood that Nicola
would be made the commercial center of the valley owing to its position and other
advantages. It already has the Hank of Montreal and the government offices, and
ere long other public buildings would be erected, which would tend to make it the
financial center of the district. With regard to Forksdale its position in connection with the different coal properties and being practically the center of the coal
belt, would make it a most important mining center, which would be greatly en
hanced when the different properties are opened up. Stoppages will be made at
Coutlee, Lower Nicola, 22 Mile House and other necessary points along the line.
It is expected that either Mr. I'earce or another representative of the C. P. R.
will return to the Valley in the course of the next few weeks and make arrangements for a re iuvhf of the townsites niul have the lots placed on the market.
O. T. P. to Locate to the Rucklea
Two hundred miles ol Ihe main line of
the (irand Trunk Pacific has already heen
located west of Edmonton, is the report
made hy ihe general mansger of the road,
F. W. Morae. This section will be put
under contrsot very short'y, aud will
bring construction pretty netr to the
foothills of Ihe Rockies.
At regards the It- t miracta taken hy
Foley Bros., and the White company, he
twren Touchwood Hills and Saskatche
wan, supplies are being accumulated
along the route by these firms snd durinn
the preient letson the work will bt vigorously prosecuted from Porltgt It
Pnirie.
It ii the opinion of Mr, Morse thit
there will he little difficulty in competing
the rotd from the Red river to the 8aa
kati-hi w-n befort the tad of ntxt year.
II" declarea that no'hing shnrr of a very
wet leainn can prevent fhe G'snd Trunk
Pacific from heinu in a p-sifinn to __���*_
next yttr's crop from its own particular
tret of territory. Twelve surveying par
ties are at work in Ihe moumain passes,
and it it hard to say where the line will
he located in that part of the country.
This summer, from Lake Superior to the
Rockits, there will be about fifteen hun
dred miles of the Grand Trunk Pacific
under construction.
CRICKIT HATCH.
Intenatlng Oame Between Local En
thutlatte.
The return cricket match between
Coutlee tnd Nicola wis pltyed it Coutlet
on Saturday. A large crowd turned nut
lo let tha event. Tht following wert
tht soorts:
hicou Runs
G. M. Brtth, b. Otine...      1
T. Hytlop, b, Sutcliffe     0
D. K. Allan, h. Sutcii->, c. Thornton    2
L. Gelsthorpe, b Sutcliffe      0
W. Govier, run ou'      1
R. H. Winny, b. Suicliff., o. Simi..     1
Dr. Tunll, b. Game, c. Simi,      4
R 8. Smith, b. Sutcliffe, c. Giine...     3
J. B <'arrin_t ll, h, (itint       2
W. G. Murray, b. Gaine, c. Steden.     0
G. A. Lafferty, not out      6
Bves    11
Widei      3
Tottl    34
OoOTLH Runt
S. J, Solomon, b. Allan  5
A. Sims, b. Allan  0
H  Game, h.  Gelaihorpe   8
S 8'a-en, b. Gelsthorpe  36
H. W Sutcliffe, b, Allan  6
Jos Cleasby, rnn out  0
H.  D. GreenArmytage,   b.   Alltn,
c  Tutill     10
A  E. Parn, li. Gelsthorpe  0
T. Harrison, h. Allan  1
W Thornton, b Gelsthorpe, c Smith 4
J. R. A. Richards, not out  4
Bves  15
Wides  2
Total    91
A short interval was called during the
play when pltyen ami visitors wert entertained hy Mr. and Mrs J. R. A. R oh
ard- to af'ernoon tea snd refreshmeuti.
International Football.
Scotltnd defeated England at tht in
ternational fool hall match at Glasgow be
fore the lamest gate ever leen in Scot
land. The spect .tors tnttred the grounds
at the rate oT 1600 per minute, the gate
amounting to tht turn of $30,000. Scot
ltnd won by two gotfs.
Bear Creek Mlnet
Chsrles F. Law, secre'ary i f the Sun
iIihiiii.su Mining A Smelting Co., L'd.,
trrived in C'Utlee on Mondsy ind spent
t few days looking over coal properties
near the Forki in which he is interesied.
He letvts for Rear creek tomorrow. The
wa.nn road partly constructed to tht
n ines it Betr creek last yetr ii to be
finished this year, the government bear
ing psrt of the expense. Mr. Ltw is expecting men by tonight's sttgt who will
accompany him to Bear cretk tnd puih
development on the property of th. mining company there.
Good Prospects ln Nicola.
Itaac Kiitwo.id, of Nicula. left on hit
retnru to this promising mining country
1 on Friday last, say�� the Vernon Newt,
Mr. Eastwood is largely; inferei'ed in the
..��peti Grove group a. copper calm-. He
ttates that they have heen developed to
such t point is to makt it evident thtt
\ the property is valuable. The Copper
S a i i.r I has rectived the most develop
ment work tnd it is now held it hi.h
figure. The mines hive been favorably
reported upon hy experts, and the fact
lhat the projected line nf railway passei
within a short distance of tha property,
greatly increases their vilut. A party of
capitalists ii shortly expected to visit tht
prootrty, preparatory to bonding tht
group, Mr. Eastwood his the grettiit
faith in the prmpi.ii of the whole dn
. trict. Everything, he lays, depends
upon Iransporlatiot faciliiiai, ai the mm
tral is found in the form of amtlter ore.
There Is nn queiiinn, however, ts to tht
wi'tlth nf the dittriet. Mr. Easiwo.d
cunt tu Vernon to trringt with t num
her of local people interested in tht
olaimr, the prior to be set and the tiros
' to be asked, io view of the hktlihood of
i deal in the near future.
E. A. Juket returned from the coitl
on Saturday' accompanied hy his family
and is staying tt Lower Nicolt.
Mr.  tnd   Mrs.  J.   N. Moore of tht
Betver rtnch,  leave next week for the
Coast to ip.u.l several seeks
Mrs. Stinley Kirby of Q.ilohent, will
leave tomorrow for the coatt to he tb-
tint ii me time.
F. Lambert tnd  T. Hunter returned
from Princeton on Wednesdty tfttrnoon.
Church of England servioea will bt held
on Sunday May 6tb Coutlee, 3 p.st. Nit
olt, 7 30 p. in THE NICOU HERALD
THE NICOU HERALD
P-��l!iha- Iverr T__rtd��r
���atsttrti-Uoa. tn AdTaoea. tl aTaar
Kiools. _L C. Ms v 3. IM
THE LAW SOCIETY.
Joseph Martin, K. C, in a
published letter attacks with
his usual vigor the Law Society and its methods. Hesajs
"the fact that a man has pas
.ed through the course prescribed by the Law Society and
been called to the Bar or admitted as a solicitor under their
regulations is no guarantee
whatever that he has the necessary qualifications to protect
the interests of prospective
clients." He goes in to say
that ability is not made a test,
as the examinations are a farce
and owing to the fact of the
regulations calling for the embryo lawyer to put in five years
in a lawyer's <__.ce, or if he is a
graduate, three years, bars
other than wealthy men's sons
from taking up the profession,
the more so as the salaries
p.iid are extremely low. More
than this, under the present
system, the laws which affect
the pra< tice of the profession
are really drawn up and lobbied
through the legislature by the
Law Society and these laws
ar ��� in thi-; province at any rate,
very much against the interest
of the general public, and in
thp interest of those members
of the profession who, under a
f>-e and competitive system,
would get no business whatever. The tariff of costs, he
says, is thr *. times as great in
British Columbia, as in any
other province of Canada, that
is a 1 iw suit which in Ontario
or any other province would
cost both sides $300, would
c >st $900 in B. C. In his con-
< l-.isii ��n he says, "Another rea-
>on given for the existence of
11 e Law Society and other similar bodies is the discipline
which they enforce against
their members. So far as the
) .aw Society of this province
i. concerned, it is a mere question of pull. No matter how
guilty the person may be, if he
h is the right kind of friends, he
is never punished. On the
other hand, no matter how
honorable the career of a lawyer may be, if he is in the
black books of the society, the
slightest technicality will suffice for them to inflict upon him
dire punishment."
It need hardly be said that
Mr. Martin's serious chargts
against the Law Society and
the legal profession generally,
if they cannot be refuted, ought
to be made the subject 01 a
careful enquiry. It is a grave
indictment  of members of a
profession, and as opinion on
the same lines as Mr. Martin's
is often expressed, for their
own sakes, the members of it
should take steps to remedy
the evil.
Word fit received tl Otltwt lait week
Iron Wtshiogton, that tbt Unite. Stain
government would not accept tbe Dominion contribution of $100,000 for tht relief of 8tn Franoiaeo tuflertn, Tbt
money wai voted, bowtvtr, tnd proht If
will lie tent direct to Mayor Schmidt
I <v��<��4^-r��-r��-i>>-f��_T-r��-*_M����#
STRONG
AS AN
OX
MALLKRT'S Beef, Iron
tnd Wint makes you
strong. Composed of fresh
Beef, Irnn in t form thai
it easily issimilsttd, tnd
good Sbtrry Wint, it ita
tonic thit makes rich ntw
blond, luppliti nitrogenous material to build flash
tnd muscle, and Mima-
lilts the wholt system to
���twtr effort tnd energy.
Prioe $1 par bottle.
-thi- *
MALLERY DRUG GO |
Liarraa .
XAMLOCra,    :     :  B. O.      i.
���cs��o*^��->��^��>_y_-����->_>Cr��>*
ASK TOOK DBAU-R FO*
"Kurtz's Own"
"Kurtz's Pioneers"
"Spanish Blossoms"
UNION KAON OIOARS
KURTZ'S PIONEER CIGAR FACTORY
148 Oordora Bt W.
VANCOUVER B O.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
���010  Wtttmlnetr  Road
TANOODVXn. B 0.
Ileadqiariert for
PA( 1*0 COA8T CROW'tl
O.rden, Flower nd Field Setdi
New crop now in ttoei tud on tt��i in
ourtreenhou>ei. Ask your rmrchmt f..r
thtst in sealed inokatfas. If ha duel not
handle them, wt will mail 60 atiorted
St ptokages of vegetable and fl -er s,ids
( ur own ��� lection, tuitahlt for B. 0. gar-
dens) for |1 10 Special pnoel IB your
hulk ittda
B. V. Urawa Ht-rk  ���* rnslt ������_
Ornmetltl Tlttt,
Row ready fur iprmg thiputal.  Bttn
slot ttock of���
I aad I rear old appla trees tt fN par Ml
tim per IU00.
Mtytsrd Htm $1N
I tilt* Prate, t rear floe Itt per Wt
Bags/ Plum  Iyttr, Sat $M per IM
Vail lilt of oi��i��r Itoek it regular prists
Ho ainansa, turn or delay of luitnigritiun
or Intpettion.
Oretaaeatt Plant* floral Wort. Hn Bap-
plies, fruit PaoktgM, fertilise���, ttt.
I-tl at priet y or list btfora ordtrlag
Otltlogai Frit
M. 1. HRIfllT.
MW Msatsalaaut Baal      V_u.nnCTM.ia
���KOLA ABBMHMBMT DUTUOT.
TAX NOTIOB.
NOTiri It ker.br flvtt It uwlua with
thtf-tlttw. that Provincial KevatttTtI aid
aIHaiii let tai. ��� aad laceait lat I���I aad
Itvitd ssder Iht Ai-ettwieai Act aad amsat
mesia art nowd_��� and pajabla for tkt Jt��r
IM All Ultt I'nllertable for Iht Nicola assess
meal district tre due aad payable al -nr oHsa,
alttttttt Meola. This notlct, la ttrms at law
Itetjilvaleat te a per*.sal dtteaad k| at tpta
all perteai Habit ftr laite,
OEO.   MVRHtT,
Assstsor aad CaUnttt,
Nicolt Ass-esmeal lilstri-rt
Nltola Paat OffletL
DaUd at Nioola Ilk ef Fibi-trr, UN.
< IIRI .. OVTIIKTT
A. R. I!. U. Undo*.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Kamloops, B. C.
Assays and analvaat if Ores, Detl tad la
dtstrlai prnrtactt.
etaiples bjr mail or sta��t rteeive fsraapl
atUuU.it.
Jx.  O.   _B\
CiOURT NICULA. No. Mil. A.O. r..atela
i  tetond and fnurih Crlrta. ln sack aoalk
at I am., in Poole)'s Hall.    V-tlUaf Srttarta
r-erd.-llj Invited.
N. 1. H-iiWIr't. <'. R.
W. OoauoN Moaaav, Sts.
W. J. KERR
Watchmakerjeweler
KAML(KIP8, B. 0.
All kiudi of Wttchtt, Clocks, Jawtlry,
ttc , ktpt in stuck.    Wedding prti
ents a specialty.
First elaaa repairs dont nn ihort notltt
and returneil at once.
NOTICK.
Klitr dtfs afUr date I lalead an apply to Ikt
thief cnnimlMlonir of land, ai _ work, tot per
mlsstoa io uur base Mar told niouutala last
tun ltnd sltutied In Aspen Omre, described
ts follows: commencing at a post marked I.
Cast woo 4's N W. oorne* then, e south 20 <bain*
ihenee east JO rhalns, thenc nnrth M chains,
(henna west iu ekalia ta initial post.
HAAfl -AiTWIAII)
Aipte Ortve 7tk Mar. h. IM
NOTICE
NaMca It hanky given that wllkla stitf
lays afts* data I latatd lo   apply la  tat
ehivf entnoiliMrlnier nf lands and works for par
mlwnnn In ii reht_a.Mii teres of pa-tars laid It
'ht Nicola dM-ion nf Ysle District, nituaictas
follows: couimenclnt at a -lake at tht N K
rtriiero'lnt lit) running nnr'h WI rhalns thenet
-em 10. h Ins, 'henrt sou-h IA ehalna. thence
east It chain . con'ainlng IM trtmt also con-
menringti.the ��. t. forte' "f lot 71.1 thenet
we-r M hains, Ihenct so'Uk K1 chtlns, Ihence
ea-t 10chains Ihence sou h 10 rhalas Ihaaoe
east 10ckalna, thence n'.nh I" chain-, ihence
ea-t 10 hslnstiietrenori ��� Wckani". coa'aln.
.-_r._a.es. JAMMI UKHITT.
Nlt.it, March 7, lMn.
NICOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL���
It preptred to ttkt contracts for
sseiig lurn*tr tnd fitting ait
timber.
Wearral Mill 1 ���atrarta Kirs-atC-i
PRicta. MnnBRATB
1'artiea wist ing work ran have aaas
proaptly at'an'led hi l.y applying hi
F D  WOODWARD,
Nicola. B C.
Lttvsyour ordert with N. I, Barwick.
for Inahar who is tgtnl for the Nimli
PortiMi Sisam 8aw Mill ha oan 'slpyoa
I Ita i.l ta order
NOTICE.
Estate of John Corbett,
Deceased.
flNDIM will be received by tht aider.
slg-a-l titettnrt nf tht estats o' tht lata
John Corbett, eVe_.__, up to It o'tletk mv
Fridty, J"ie 15th, IMS. for tkt purchase tf tkt
tastktlf-aetleaM, rowaeMp 11. ta iktiltlai
tbott tbrss milts wtrt af Nieola, toatalalag
MO acres more or less
TIRMH CASH.
Dated at Nieola, B. C.. March IT, IN*
A. R. OARRINO-OW,
N. J. H. BARWICK.
Biteuttn if tkt btatt tf Ut lata Jaka
Otrkett
Itbttt-ba forlbtHttald. Ilparyttr
K>TAKI.ISMF.D 18M
PRINOKTO*
NICOLA
THE STORE OF QUAUTY
THE STORE OF PLENTY
"WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW"
STRAW HATS
The Hot Weather is here and Straw
Hats are now the order of the heat
We have a fine line ranging in price
from
35c and
up
We have a very fine White Straw
Hat at Only 60 cents.
COME IN AND SELECT ONE.
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PRlNflTOll
METROPOLITAN
HEAT MARKET
NICOLA UKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Venl, Pork
and Sausage
Ordtrt throughout tbt Oniric <   receive careful ��"entirin tnd  proapl   dtlivtry
Freah Fish Every Friday.
JAMRH   PMOLKf ....      rr��rriaUw
���TBwART'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
1
Ui
and Stage Li
Also  General Livery
Head Office:     -     -     ���     Nicola Lake, B. 0.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every   I hursday lor Nicola lake, Kamloopt.
Princeton and way points at 6 a. m.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 *.m
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday for Nicola and Spences Bridgt
at 6 a. m.
eave Princeton
hvery  Sunday  6 a. m��� arriving Spencet
Bridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
Every Tuesday and Friday for   Spencet
Bridge at 6 a. m.
Every Friday for Princeton at 6 a. m.
Special trips made by appointment
Telephone connection with Kamloopa
M. P. STEWART,    -    -   Proprietor
JOB WORK
���_���
JOB WORK THE  NICOLA  HERALD
WINNY TOWNSITE
V' fj
\
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iaat> .
t ph
The Hub of the Valley
4 & Lots from $40 to $200 S 4
A. R. CARRINGTON, AGENT THE  NICOLA  HERALD
Wkat 1 ou Wait It a
Tt ti-trtalo tad amuse you at baa".
Heller tbaa t theatrical p-r.or_us_.it
aad auok chiaper.
Ftr Prion aad Tirins A rite ta
FLETCHER BROS
W7 OruvlUe 4trett
VAKOOUVKR.      ���     .     .
BO
Notice.
Hatletltktrthrftven that niajt after aitt
I tataad ta ipelj tt tht Hoa. tkt oils* ormi-
nMoair at Laadt and Works tar tarn-Mot
��� ��� ��.r-i.-i-M0��'._���__ -nirUDiais paalurt laid
te-e<lbtd t follows, to i.msD'lnf tt a pott
marked T. R o. 11 wt, I w. tora. r. situ at. A
tt r -ear Uemr-it. .-.avona road, aloni lulls
nor hof Quinville's ran h, tktnot B. W taaiat,
8 W ohains. Vf 10 chains, I. 80 chains to Initial
torn ntANcw Rav.
Nltata. April ITth, IWt
Notice.
Notice Is htrtbv glvtn that 60 dajs tfttr dalt
I Itltad ta eapl; io tht Hta. Hit ohis. co> ���
mlssloatr of lands aad works for ptralttloa ta
Vi par kast DM tores of attttaln ptttnrt laat
d srrihad as follows: coisnitatlag tt poet
a >rk d No I, I. C Ms. n. w cor ter adMalag
�� K I. w ooraar. Utaae EN, - NO. W st. N
I m initial post. J K. M UltRAT
Kloola nu April. I'����
Notice.
Bitty tars af i er dttt I iatend to apply te tkt
Hou. iht kief commi-sioaerof laadt tad works
t tl i_rml-tios to pu re.nase IM ttras ot pasture
land la ...pea Ortve situated at follows: tomtit dag a a past marked 8.). B. tt Iht K. E.
coraar tt Itt J _t thenoe It chains tall, thaaoa
U initial aorlh, thtuot tt ckalas taal, thtnte t
4aalr-< soulh. lh> ace M chains we-t, tktaot M
tkalas airtk! n the polat ol ouaataeaarat
April list 1908. 8.1. BATE.
Notice.
ilitr dars tfttr daU I Inltad U apply la tht
Boa. tht chief couiinlaioatr of laadt ana works
f >r ptralttloa 11 purrka e Hu acres of pasta
laap ia Aspta Orovt situated as fallows: coo -
nt'dng t' a poet marked A. K. 0. plartd
tbout W chain east and IP ckalas north of tkt
A E. sorter nf UI Mi, thence tt ckalas ntrih,
Ihence (*) thtlns last, tkentt W otiail - nortk,
lb-ma) M ohains east, tktnot 40 ckalas south,
Iktatt Mckans wr-i tktnot Mtkains sotth,
Iktnit N ckalat watt la point tf eemarata-
atat. A. R. CAMUNOTON.
I .April MU. 1106. a. J. Bttt, ageak
notiui.
rilitf dart after data I Inltad to aaalr la the
thief cotnalseiaaor of land, aad work- for par-
nltsina tn parckaae M trrts of mennUIn pa
lurt coa-isn org al a ton at etrth w-st eocaet
tflot Ml. thtast uonh It tkalas. iktatt rat'
twenty chela-, 'bancs aor'k fortg rbalas.
Ibiaot tatt twttljt 'kalis, tkiate ttatk forty
skills, tke-oe wast twsaty .hains, Iktatt
wutk forty tkaltt, tkeao. wttt twealy tkalas
tl polat of saamenstatit.
Aspta Brovt, March M-h, ltM.
W. A. DODDA
NuncE
Thirty days tfttr data I Intend to apply ta
lhe chief commissioner of lands and works for
a ltceast to prospect for coal on tke following
described ana, vit: Hn tbe s. w. ., the we r |
af the 8. n. 1. the 1.1 of the n. w. |. the w. w ],
tht n. w, 1 of tht N. w. 1, tht t, w.) tf the N. I.
I. all of Section I. TII. E. A. JUKES.
Nicola, tad April, IMA
lSOT.OK.
Thlrtjr days after data I Intend te apply te
Iks chief coniBlssleaer of lands tad works for
t llcenst le prospect for cotl over tkt followlig
described area, vis: w 1 of Ihe 8. w 1. and
Ihe 8.W. 1 of lhe N W. 1 of Section It, TII.
Nirolt, tnd April, lis*.        A. M. Id. JUKES.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
In Probata
In tht Ooodi of
JOHN CORBETT,
Dtctatad.
Notiot it hereby given thtt all cr-di
Ion tnd other penoni hiving tny duns
���r dtejandt agtintl tht tittle of John
Cor hell Ittt uf Nitolt in the c unty of
Tilt, B. C, deeeated, who did ne ihe
lit dty uf Kebru .ry, 1M6, tnd whote will
wtt proved in Iht Yale K-umry on thi
Mth dty of February 1008, ny Arthur
Riohtrdtun Ctrnngton and Ntthaniel
Joitph Henry Barwick tht eieoulurt
therein named are hereby required to
tend particular! in writing uf the r claimi
et dtatndt duly venhtd to tht undersigned ttlicitor for the laid tieeutnrt nn
tr btfort the firtt dty of Mty, 1D06 tl
Iht undermentioned tddrest, tfter which
dt. the laid tiecutori will proceed to
diitribute the iteeti uf tbt laid decessed
taongst the ptrtiea eatitlid thereto hiving regtrd only Is the claimi and dtmtndi
tl whieh they ihall than hate had notice,
and tha uid eiecutors will not be liable
for the aattU of tha Mid i< catted or any
pari thereof to distributed to any peraon
m pertum of whnee cltlmt or dtmandt
ikiy shall not than have had notiea.
Dattd thii 8th day nf March. 19-1
JOHN D. 8WANSON.
Ktmloopt, B. 0.
Solicitor for Iht tald Ktttatort.
Nicola Valley Clydesdale Horse
Association
Imported Qydesdale Stallion
"ROSE EMPEROR"
(U8��3) 11801
SEASON FROM 1st MAY TO 31st JULY
���WILL TRAYS. DUAIltO  BBABOII  Al FOLLOW*
Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays at Nicola
Wednesday noon and Friday noon at Coutlee.
Wednesday night and Thursday at Lower Nicola.
Service Fee $30 for Season including pasturage
JOHN BLACKWELL,
Manager.
A GOOD THING
-THE-
NICOLA HERALD
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Subscribe for the Local Paper
Gives all the news of Nicola Valley and
the country in general. Everyone in the
valley should subscribe for The Nicola
Herald, the local paper.
An Ad* Pays.   Try it*
An Ad. in The Nicola Herald will bring
good results. Business firms wishing
space should secure it at ouce and get
their share of patronage.
THE NORRI8 SAFE & LOCK OO
SEATTLE, WASH.
Frank G. Benson,   -   -   -    Agent
VANCOUVER, B a
Everything in the Printing Line
New Type and Best Stationery
A full stock of Letterheads, Billheads,
Envelopes, Business and Visiting Cards,
and everything in the printing line. Ah
work promptly attended to.
The Nicola Herald
NICOLA, B. C
Tthhoi No. 7. -Wai, 5li__
Hicks & Ijovick
Piano Company
Limited
Pianos in Stock
Mason & Risch, Weber, Stea\,
The Pianola Piano, The Pianola
663 Granville Street, Vancouver,
88 Government Street, Victoria. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
PUSH-DOHT KNOCK.
But. ahit t guide lur life ait that
Strong, philosophical, tud pit;
Haw ttft t chart fur juu tnd mt
W hilt cruising u'er lift's rtstlesi itt,
Posh, always push, aith (oil io vita;
Dou'i km __,���tvoid the hsnsmsr crew,
Thii rule will live Too many i shuck,
''Push��� duu't kuuck."
li-itinmra Auiericto.
Tba Nicola District
Henry Murk Mi on M.<n Hsy for Pin-
tin .ii, sits the Vernon New, whrre he
tnd his hri'ther iregoinii to huild a .'Wl.fiO
businett hlork, neit door to the B C.
Hotel. The building will inc'udt p em-
Ises (or t first class li.rl��-r shop, with
ha>hi tnd the most up to date appliances,
to he run hy Mr, Murk, .nd Im t slow
Dialler or n.illmery establishment. Mr,
Murk has just returned from s soj mm < f
tome months in the Nicl- district tnd
iptxkl with touch eiiihiisiisin of 'It
future of that line secttou. Irrigation
on a comprehensive scale ii t necessity,
bur then ii plenty of witrr sodnoHin.
tulty it found in inaliing it avulab'e.
Tne climate is unsurpassed, tnd the
eotntry t paradise for sportsmen.
JOHN C. ADAIR
HIXINQENaiNEER COAL&OILEIPERT
Is prepared to examine coal
properties and furnish reports on same. Terms to
suit all.    Nicola, B. C.
Fire at Kelowna
ThtKelosna sawmill ��.��totally des
troyed he lire last Thur-dav i WH; ht*
sh, ut 117.000; bureau 14 (00 Tht
nightfi'rliinaii had a narrn- rscant from
being burned to death. A l<>t of plaas
wis destroyed in business blocks from
tiplosions of dynamite u->ed in blowing
up ihe dry kiln and lumber pilei.
UNDERTAKING
j. R. McGregor
Lower Nicola, B. O.
UNDERTAKING
NOTICE
Edmonton the Capital.
The capital question oei'iipi-d the Alberta leinslaiiire on Thursday, and re-
���ulied in the seat of government remain
iliK it Edmotitoii. There were three
motions for removal, but two withdrawals
Mr. CnshinK, Calgry, Mr Stuart,
Oleichen, moved for if" removal tn Cil
gary,   but   were defeated 1 fi to 8
Before tbe bird's Ot? biH committee
Itlen'inn was tailed to the 'art that five
morning papers in British C Inmma pub
lish Sunday morning and ia- .�� no patters
on Monday. Messrs Oa'liher and Runs
both declared that this save the news
paper employees their d.v of rest tod
was Itr less open to aMagM-M than the
present practice in the M-MMM of the
Mondty morning papers in E.stern '.'an
tdt.
Ott ArmitMPf's prices on ill kindsof
bio Ihik nn'erial. d mra, windows, ntilt,
[tan ll. psper, lumber, ere.
Andrew Cm-neiiie will irrtvs in Ottawa
on Saturday evening. Fie will proceed
to H ivernmenr Hotise at twice, but in the
evening will be the unest, of the Canadian
Club, when he will deliver an sddresi.
On Mondtv he will be presented with an
tdd'eisof welcome by tbe city and will
formally open the Carnegie Lihriry,
Carringfnn'a  (.olden Leaf lei is the
vtry finest  flowery  orange pekoe.    Imported snd packed e-pecially fnr us.    Is
antolutely the linen In on  Ihe  market
HO ceuts ��� pound.
The offlriil figures of the Yukon g(,ld
production last year sra |8 -47 000.
To All V hom it Miy Toncikk;
I have this Pay taken poi-es'.i'.ri of th>
foil .wing de��crioed land . I. t 16R (Iron
1, Kamlnooa D vision of Y.le OKtrut, 11>
behalf of Henry Woodward hy xuth-rl \
of a deed eign-d hy W | Wnod'ar
; ahjch conveys rhe cri.wti grant of -fore
mentioned lot In Henry Wo.-s.eef_ with
on' any reser.sMoti whitsoMvet.
D.'ed this IH h  lav of March. 1906, |l
Lower N io la. | C.
0. L  Fuck,
Agent for Henry W,,u,iwerd.
NOTICK
Thirty dam afler 'ate I Intend tn snnlv re
the h'm irablc ilie chief riiuniilxsinnernf land
I   and works r rs licet.a   to prn-|iett for coal oi
I   lie f..||iiwl k deni'rihed landa  .ix:   Lo'  f.u.
I   11M. rnwnshinD.. Hie. A Fraser.
Nicola. 9ih_Apnl WH.	
Noi'K'E
Thirty days sfler rife I Intend losptlv li
the honnrihle ' he i hief cnronil��>l .n,-r of land
and Wftrk- fora li-ie i-e.tn nronneol fo'- coal m
the following IwsertBjtd Itaji, *is   l>,t No
IM. 'owns ip Bt 11, 14, Hraah.
N-t_U,Wi April lone.	
NOTICK
N'o'lce i�� herehv irl.er. that wl'h'n fit day-
frees da - I 'nte <d making spppratinn to th-
hotmrahls chief ���-imlsst-air of Knds am
works f >'��� per msaion to purchaae fi- acre, n'
impute land in tin. Kam noDa division of Yal,
dl-tr ct situated ss fnllnwa: C'""tiienolni_ at h
atakeat thee w"rner nf lot IIS7.0 I, rnnnin.
Ihence north *i32 e.aoia, Ihence west :'061V
chaina, south *i.��2 chaina, ihence east 30 515
chains tn n n�� of comm-<ncement.
March 17.Woe J. rt. Omivm.
NonoK.
Vntlce la hereby given that within 60 day-
from date I In'enfl making tnnlieatinn rr> r ���.
hon. chief cnniniis-l'i.ernf lands snd workaf -i
tiermis-io'i to purchase 3_n ai-rea nf nasluri
lull. In the Kaii'lmma din.inn nf Ya'e dia'rii"
situated a�� fmlow.: oommrnclnirsi .stakes!
then wc'.'-e' nf the land 160 rhalns one ens'
nfthe n r. earner nf 1,183 ill, running thenc.
ea��| 40rh its thence n Tih -0 chains, tbem-t
wes 40 chain-, thence south 80 chain* to uolni
cfeni nienewment.
M trchJTJ** Oio. BtHT.
NOTICE
Vntlce Is hei-ehy given that within slx'y dty-
frnm dale 1 intei d makinif sunlit amm lothi
hon, chief rnmtni����inn��r nf land, and work" fo
permission to pincna-c Wacrca ofi->turel nd
In the Kamloopa divl-lnnt.r Yale dis'rict. allll
tied ss follow .  commencing a a slake at Ih
nk enrnci   nf |/it  1429, O 1. running thenc
nor'h 10 ohains, thence w-st toe aina, thentr
soulh 10 chains, ihence i a-t 40 chains loth,
tiol'tlof c-iinmeucement.           W, I. Wakp.
MarihlT, l��* 	
" RilTtCl
Nollce Is hereby given t ��t with n silly days
f mn u��tr i i in i niaklnt aniilcai.nn to tbe
bon. t-hli f oonimls-Inn, r uf land- ami work" tor
pi nnia.lon in titircht.e ID acres nf pa-lnte
land In Ih Km laip-dln innnf Yalonie'ticl,
an naieii as fo I .�����: uonimenciiu si a stake at
ilie a . .. ru. r i f I." 7l>'_ (I I. running theme
east .0 chaina, iheiic. north ;ii haina. ihenc, I
weal V0 chains    hence snulh _0 chains lo Iht-
point m co ' iii��� n
Man h 17, MM, C. W. K. Tito-i-ON
A Strtight Tip. Oet neit to Forkt-
dale Dop't wait for the rush, but get
ynur feet in the ttnd now,
1TOTICE.
A sitting of the Ooaoty Court of Ytle,
will be htld ln tht Cmiit Houtt, Nitolt,
B. 0., on
Monday, 21st May 1906
t_|]<>a.-a
Uk*   Mimsiv
C. C. Rt|itliu
mm
Unequalled as a
Sununer Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
8 KIRBY, Proprietor
QUILCnUHA.B. o.
THB PLAOl TO BUT TOO*
���-CO-D-NO OOODB IB AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
KAMl/KJrM
roll stock of II unit le and Import-id (Tgar��.
aDatbt l-Mtamnklnt tobacco alwa>s us baud
I imp In aud enjoy a qilrt name of Hilli >rds.
ageal fnrlbt Fioneer steam Laund;, Y.dcou
vtt.   Lauudr) shipoed every tsAiurlay.
IttlTH -a
luroNTKKAL HUTU,. Kamltstp.. Nartoleon
"-1 lisiremouil-e. proenrto,. |Tir_t I _e< In
vety iMriictilar.    Uiaai wmna, Liquors tad
IaIremount, |-rg.ri.-l-.
y pariicuUr.    Ilistd wine
t_ars.   HtibliBK In e-iins I on.
KAMI.OnpM HUBK, P. Herti Brnprletor
hiet stock of wile--, liquors and cigars In
hi-Interior.    Juat I In ap.    for a nice . u.,1 r.
treelong slats uf  bier     Wiie , In Kamloopa
nail in
T.KANI) PAOinr. HlllM.. Kamlon:*.
The
near-a   liel.ltotli.  la.i-'a. slatlon.     1 h-J
I   nlv  cnviienient hoiel  for  travel-is.     Oood
I rooms, good tide, tood lli|iiors.    Two large
j omple rooms.   IV A. Hau-har , proprietor.
Uood a'ablins in < nine. lion.
A 8H.!H'ilrT HOTKL. The no.i, rnnv nlent
-*   ho rl for visitor-in \-h.Toft.   The b si of
able t, \ .' 11 ���' aim mill bahs. ttiirrsire-
.������ntiivs nierts all trains. JohnaunA Teikina.
iroprlep rs.
uop at the
ROCKFORD HOUSE
Roir  Scott, Pti>|his. r
Whtn traveling mi the Nicola mad.
- nveiilent place tor travelers, with goo
cnrninodaii..n
-THE-
Sank of Montreal
Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000 Rest, $ic,ooo,ooo
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $801,855.41
Total Assets        ....        $158,232,409.51
HOMORART "RI .IDBKT
Rt. Ron. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, D. O. H O
PRBSIDBNT, llr Oao. A DrummoBd. K. 0. IL ���.
V.Ol FRMIDINT AND OHNHRAL MAX40BR,    -  & ��� OlaOUBTO*
Head Office-Montreal
SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits rf.i-ived (rum   $100   and  upwards.     Interest
crnli.ed twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
I .rsi Hh e-ng I specialty.
NICOLA UKE. B C.
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
RANKING BY MAII,
Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail,
town accunts receive every attention.
Out of
NIOOLA   BRANCH
A.W. STRICKLAND.
Manager.
WHY NOT
A PIECE OF THE EARTH?
PfirLrcHfllp Is 9^uated near the junction of the Nicola
rUI NMla IC anil c0idwater rivers with the railroad grade
withii one mile of it and the survey to the town limits It will
be tne centre of the finest mining district in British Columbia.
You Cannot do Better
BUY A LOT IN
CENTRE OF THE COAL BELT OF NICOLA
THERE ARE STILL A FEW ACRE LOTS FOR SALE
AND THEY ARE MONEY MAKERS
Good Business and Res'dential Lots May Still be had 50 ft. x 120 ft
PRICE $50 CASH.-Terms May be Arranged.
ruri\__��UalC mining camps of Aspen Grove, Iron
Mountain, Ten Mile and the Coldwater, where many properties are being developed.
Fall particulars, prices, etc., on application to
G. M. BRASH,
Sole Agent THF NICOLA HERALD
blh-TH.
Mai phail -At Iota Ranch. (Httr Valley,
B C, on April 2-t!, UM, the wife tl
Donald Mtcphail of a t m.
LOCAL NEWS
Archie  Tils.111  of  0>lchtni wu in
Mwglt oo busin.si Monday.
Mr. tnd Mrs. Jus. Marshall of Forkt
dtle, wert in Nicolt on Saturdty
A matting ol the committee of tht N,
A. A, will he held in Ihe Bank Cottage
.in Friday evening st 8 o'clock.
J. P. McConnell arrived hiok from I
c��ast trip on Saturday tnd with .1 M.
Millar left for Aspen Crura camp on
Tutaday in irmng.
Myrtle Woodward of Lower Nicola.
who hat been ilo*n wnh pneumonia the
past few weeks in some better md then
is every hope for recovery.
0. B. Armstrong of Lower Nicola, re
turned on Saturday from the coast wheie
he had been with Mrs. Armstrong, who
haa been i|iilte sick for some lima.
James Chenall who has been with
S ewar>'�� St.ge Line for some time tin
g ne C'mton to reside wi'h relativ.s.
All wish him a speedy rec very to toshin.I strength.
Colonel Prior of Victoria and .1 R.
Miohell nf Kamloops, after two days
stay iu Nicola ��ent ou to Coutlee on
Mi -inlay night. They are making a trip
through the vsllev and intend going up
to Cariboo.
Bob Paftori a half hreed Indian of tht
Sullivan creek reserve, was given two
months with hird labor for being drunk
tnd hitting a chinaman with a rock. Thi
ptr'y who supplied the Injunr will in dut
time tppear to explain.
Methodist Board Meeting.
The quarterly official and trustee board
of the Methodist Church held their final
meeting for the yeir [MM at Lower
Nicola on Fridty the 27th, nil
The reportt for the year show successful tnd continued progress. The gnu
receipts from all sources for the yen
were lilln. Thi membership roll tho��>
III 'in- ea-e of three.
It wu decided by lhe board lo have
the annual picnic tbout June 16th.
A ll. Oarrington was altcf.d lay dele
gate to tht annual district meeting It be
held at Kami ops.
Tht hoard uninitnously passed i reso.
lution in appreciation of the services rendered by Rev. J. Pyt for the put four
years.
It was decided to hold the adjourned
tet mteting after Mr. Pye's return from
the c nf. reoce and previous to hii leav
ing Nicolt.
Miss Nellie Hunter ia now tbit to be
iboul ignn and is improving rapidly.
REFRIGERATORS
Made of elegant hard wood
and brat finish throughout.
Koh one nukes a hands, me
piece of furniture. From
fill 50 to fill each.
Ice Cukah FlMW
Siukkn Uj.n.iwsto keep nut tht flies.
Bcmh. Doom w all sues from ti up
QtfOUVI aod Coal Htt Stovks, at
r..a-.itnl>le prices.
KVKKVI'IIINi.   HiR   TIIK   HOT
MATH SI
LEEMINC'S~HARDWARE
l\ .ULlMl'H
H.rold (ielsthorpt of A-pen Orovt.
pud t two dsy's visit to Nicolt list week
���nd.
John Clapptrton left on Tuesdiy's
stage for Spencet Bridge in route to
Victorit.
Rev. John and Mrs. Pye left for Kamloops Tuesday to attend the Methodi-t
iisfrtct meeting.
BuilnMM Localt
For Salk. - Potatoes, tiret class qoal
ity suitable for teed or table, tlso when
for chicken feed. Apply K. (J. Walker,
Coldwiter, Coutlee,
If v il want high class up to dttt Boots
tnd Shoe! go to Ariiiatrong's. .Spring
nock just arrived.
Carrington t i.olden Leaf tit li tht
very hnest Howery orange pekot. Imported and packed especially for us. Ii
ilsolutely the hnest lei on the market.
60 cents t pound.
Pure hooey in the Coin', at Armstrong'a
Carnngton'i Silver Lei.f tel is the best
6U.it. tea on the market. ll is a line
orange pekoe, t straight assam let. No
house C'.up'eie wiilo.ut it.
Carringtoii's Silver Leal lean tht best
50ct. tea on the market. It it a fine
orange pekoe, a stslght assam tet,
N" house Coiliplele Wllhnllf It.
On to Ariiistiong'i fi-f seed, timothy,
alfala, brume grans, alnac, red clover aud
lawn   gra����.       Wheat,    na's   tnd    peal
Pkicis kioht.
Carro gton s Silver Leal  In la the hs-t
50cl, lea on   lhe  markei.      It  is  a  firm
range pekoe, a ttratgln   ..a.in  tea.    No
h 'Use conn ' '�� wii-i.i t it
Carringt. i.' Hilar- l_���i ttt is the
very linear H'Wery ��� rsi ge pekoe. Imported and packed tat-tMall) for us. I-
-.hsolntelv the hnest lea i��� lhe marks
60 tints a pound.
If sou are - oiokiog ot ' ud ling now it
the time to get y.-iir orders cut so as to
have the lumher dry when the long ila\��
come and the carpenters can work with
pleasure. Itemember the name, The
Nicolt Portable St mm Urn Mill.
NOTICE.
I, Henry S. Cleaihy of tht Coutlee
Hotel, Coutlee, B. C , intend to apply to
the licence commissioner! for iN'coli Dit
trict tt their neit sitting for t transfer of
the retail liquor license held hy me to
Jot. R. A. Richards.
llv.NKf 8. Cliasb..
Coutlte, B. C, Mty lit, 1906.
Plici tour miters wi n The Portable
Sttam Saw Mill, all work guaranteed.
Jul" arrived,fashionable moulding knives.
Why need to leave your hoii-e unlim-hed
ft if want of mouldings Edge and gram
flooring of first quality, will . ttwear three
floors made of fUr grain Window iash
ins.lI lo order
Stock raliers Attention I
Wt have received t consignment of
Fly Fuma fide, a tin; tUctnc sprayers
fl f)>l, Every rancher should should
hut it and use it Those wh i have tried
it once, alwayt keep i supply in thnr
stsbles
The Peoples Store A   It. Carrington.
STRAYED.
Mtnyed from It ___'. ranch, Aspen
drove, t sorrel gelding, whi'e It rip* M
face and on two hind feet, lore top cut,
branded 7L mi lefi hip. Any per-oii
knowing of such animal c.o rend Infor.
matt ui to 11    II   Prick,
A. pen C.ove.
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
Official Administrator
(MHoi. -Commercial nines, e .si of Pott Office
Kamloops, H. ('.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Hamster,   Solicitor and   Notary  Public
(l-.ee:   Kast nt ths Canadian Hank nf Torment, south side of Victoria -ireei, kaml-opa.
Moaej to loan on real estate ��_curltjr.
Q. H. BKASH,
Accountant and Auditor
RAIL B8TATB        II..H .IRANO*
NICOLA. B. 0.
SADDLES
"THE PEOPLES STORE.
N. J. BARWICK.
NICOLA ��� . ft, 0
M BEATTIn!
Aocouiiiiiit.CniiiiiiHH ui, Insurance
and Censral Agent,
Main Htreet Kamloopa
HARDIMAN & CO.
Land Mining and Oeneral Supply Ante
���ton���
liming contractors, farm machinery, buggies
cutter-, sleighs etc fend for-mr list of farm
and t-tolag provtrtlts. Ktiertf on miDiug pro
,. riles t.brnugh the D_Hl.tr, Cable addre..
"Aururn " " o-o �� lour, lull, More.ng & Seal
A. M. C. lib.
Warehouse���I'an'or-, Mcola valley, B. C.
WATCH REPAIRING
All kinds of Watch, Clock
and Jewelry repairs done in
first clans order and satisfaction guarantee-. All work
entrusted to our care will bt
completed snd returned without delay
W. 1. .'A.I'll 1:1.1. A VAX,
C. P. It. Time lasptctorti Kamloops
NOTICE.
Estate of John Corbett.
Deceased.
TUMI will he reo.-iTea by the und*.
��i|[n*d extwittnrH of the emat,'1 of Joh<
( nrhott, deotMrtH, nu to Ulfalfltfc noon. Ha-m
tiny, Ma. ..th. l.H>i, for the H-Hif Ijg (food
ai il clmi trli- bt_."__tri__0 tn lhe Mate
KiRhtfen head of horm** (inure or lea*) con
ni-iiiiK  of several fa4 man-M,  two year old'
and yearling; II) tun* hs., n ore or le��-; 1 H
farm   pi.'lip; I hooe ruliH, n-.-d two ceanotiH;
inOwinK   " acKiii', lined   two he**'n*; 1 irriii.l
Ht"ne. 1 2'2-inr'h hellow>; 1 >pi NtngiH b>f_._Mt
Ml douhie ht'io^H; U ett. h ���okn; 1 bucksaw
1 fore   jilnne  and   lool-; 1 tuyere  Iron; I Inn I
riharni niiu li tinnier; 4 ��v-|ii \,ukf, 1 mattock
7xhovel��; a mrikiriK hamniric; 1 hay knife;  1
h'i<;l   He\i Iif  and   <-n-ti h; 2 six-fool mm- i.ii
m-TS 1 -*���!��������� clia'n. 1 Vt~Ml yaid;  1 lantern,
:i  hand ��**<-; 1  draw Wiite; 1 Hieol wjuart*;  1
brai-eand miridry it eii-iln.
l'KR��H C \*H,
Dated at Nn ola, H.C, M mh iV.r.Mi
A  K. CAKhlNOTON,
N. J, H. HAKVWrK,
K.r.������n-nr-  of the Knlate of the late John
( orbett.
REGGIE M.
The   well   known   stallion,
Reggie M , will Hand the sea
Sim at ih'- ranch nf IVirt; Mar
quart, Cnurtnay Leake, season
lo ciiinniiiH -c May :^\\\
11 rnis,    $30 'it the end of
the st.ason. pi .mre included
PtTBI Mai,ii; aki.
JACKSON & EARLE
BUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
Country Work a Spaclaltr
Write for Estimate on all Kinds of Work
P. 0. Boi 186 KAMLOOPS. B.C
JUST ARRIVED-^^
New Boots and Shoes,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
also some Tennis fchoes
We hrve  some choice
samples of
WALL PAPER
to select from.  .
i
Our Golden Leaf
and Silver Leaf
TEA
is the best on the market
for the price. 50c and
OCcper icicd.
A. R. CARRINGTON,
Proprietor.
"If PAYS TO DEAL WITH US."
lASTER cards
.ND NOVELTIES
A Large Ahnui.input
Prayer Books, Bibles and
Church Hymnals.
In th.ie (ronds wt havt t nict selection. Thtr ire ilwavs acceptable
fnr Kaiter.
SMITH BROS
BOOE8TOHE
KhiiiIhim s and Vernnn
G. HILLIARD
General
Blacksmith
CARRIAGE AND WAtiON WORK
Horvsnoing Hone in a
first class m?nner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
MCOl.A. H. 0.
BLAIR & CO.
-DE.l.KRS IN-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. C.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AM) INSURANCE AGENTS.
Resident AKet'tt ln  Nicola for the
ROYAL, and LONDON 4 LANCASHIRE I"IRB IN.URANOI. C0.B
All roads lead to Fnrksdtlt. Ott t
It now tnd ht in on the ground Son..
You won't regrtt it
COUTLEE
HOTEL
COUTLEE.
B.C.
Jos. ftictyards,
Proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.   First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Oood B-atilln�� in Oo-Utetlon.
TtUpkint Oonat-Uoa
Oood
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