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THE NICOLA HERALD
VoL 2.  No. 13.
NICOLA, B. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1906
$2 a Year
PRAISE OF NICOLA
Nail   LIM   TO   NIOOLA   VALL1T
WILL TAP RICH COUNTRY.
9. W Pattra, Aaaltiant  -"raffle   Manager 0 P R Load ln Praiatt of B.
0. and Ttlla of tha Nicola
Vailty.
F. W. Peters, assistant gen
eral traffic manager of the C.
P. R. was in Winnipeg recently
says the Free Press. Mr. Pet
ters has just returned from a
month's trip to British Columbia, and comes back to Winnipeg very optimistic regarding
the future of the sunset province.
"Our new line from Spences
Bridge into the Nicola Valley,"
he said, "will be open about
May i st. This line will run
through a very fine stretch of
country, well adapted to agriculture, mixed farming, fruit
growing, etc There are large
coal deposits on the line, and
miners are preparing ore and
coal ready to ship. Large and
increasing business will be done
on the line, and the district
sh mid become prosperous."
Grading will commence
again in a few days Contractor
Bright having sent on shovels
and scrapers to the front and a
start is expected to be made
next week of the further mile
and a half which will complete
the presentcontract. Steel is
being laid as fast as possible
and there is every probability
of trains running past Coutlee
by May ist.
The bridge gang are nearly finished at Clemes' and will move
to Dodding's shortly, where
the timber and material is being placed on the ground ready
for erection.
At the present time there are
two work trains, in charge of
Conbuctors Mackay and Mc-
Crum and every effort is being made to hurry construction.
Mr. Cambie, engineer in
charge is expected in the valley in the course of next week.
A Koa-tntJ Charge
Foil, a-ag tht it-torn la 'Of ot la Vtt-
aon tad olhtr pltcai ia lbs province, Iht
school trattttt In Vaneounr havt dttldt.
10 auk t a nomlntl cktrgt lo thott at land
lag (ht high ���tho.l not already paying
iht twhool l��i. Tht fat will bttwedol
'trt t Math.
A NIOOLA HOSPITAL.
Tt Iht Miter Tht Nioola HereM
For too-ttinit put Ihtrt hat bttn t
rumor abroad to tha tfttt that in hot-
ami wotld ba tutted ia or tbout Nietlt
al aa ditUat data, humor, it it of Ita
tht cat., wai toast wty tbtt. of wither
(act or lanoy���yat not altogtlhtr io���for
oar local mtdiotl practitioner htt mort
thin oaot otllad iodividutl ttttntion ta
tht urgtnt ntotttity for tuth an inilitu-
tiun. It would ba too moth a mttttr of
tpt-ula-ioa for any doctor, to bnild,
equip tnd maintain tn hospital that
would mitt tht vtritd rtquiremtnM a'
tht Nioola Valla* and dtpeadint dii
triett.
Bat I tm of Iht opinion thtt t tab-
���cription lut, properly vouchtd for aad
adtqutttly pat btforo Ibt residents of
thit and adjoining districts, would mitt
with implt tad tnthatiattic support.
Again, t potition tignod only by bona
fide rttidtalt of thia vailty tad itt dt
ptndencits, might, vtry prnptriy, ba
presented to tbt provincitl government
ttking in tnnaal suhudy for t local-built
hoipittl.
A proportion of tha wardi might bt mtdt
self supporting, at il Iht tatt with lha
bnapilal in tha eitita tnd nihtr kind-ad
institutions.
An hoapital it an institution, whlth,
hy rirtut uf itt miay atodt, ttanol ba
lightly dtttrmintd  upon, ytt itt vary
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\^wr%mmtwnj prtMMIV ���fT_rVTtVT.
Ladiat art invariably chtrittblt is
thought aad datd���will not tht ltditi of
Nioolt Vailty join hinds tnd bitrti in
an tfort to mtkt ta hoipittl for Nioolt
a rati and aoeompliihad fact,
Rid C_.o_a.
LOCAL NRWV.
Dr. lergtant of Coutltt paid a vitit ta
Nioolt oa Thurtdty.
Dr. and Mrt. Tutill want oat la Ottof
Vtllty oa Wadntaday.
RtT. Ota. Mason will prateh hit fart-
���all ttrmon on Sunday, April 8th.
Robert Johnston and Jtmtt Smith of
Lowtr Nicola wart vititort In Nicola on
Tharnliy.
0 A. Moart who ii tngtf td In nnth-
ingoa tht Oat- Milt near PriaoatoB wta
ia town todty.
Ven. Anbdtaenn Ptntrmtk It tiptettd
to pay a vitit lo Nioolt tnd wilt probably
prtacb ia tht churth htrt oa Kttter Sat-
l-f. 	
8. J. Beta and R. J. Armttrong re
tarnad from Ktmloopt lha tnd of tha
wttk tad ltd for Aipan Orovt Wtdnta-
dty moraiag.
Rev. Q. aad Mrs. Maaoo entartsiaed a
Itrga party of thtir malt fritndi tt tht
Mans* on Tottdsy night. Otrd pltyiag
aad other gtmet kept lha gatttt tmottd
until t Ittt hour. Ktfrtthmentt wtrt
ttrvtd daring tha tvtning. and all thor-
oughly aajoyad ihtmttNet. Ont of tha
let tuna of lha tvtning bting a Sash light
photograph of lha gatttt takes by Mitt
McDonald.
Ott Armstrong's pries, oa all kindt of
building materiel, doon, window!, nails,
paint* papar, lumbar, ate,
PROVINCIAL NEWS
DUNSMTJIR LIKRLY SUO OEB
MR TO 801 HRNRI
Indian Oethertntr et Kamloopt   Prince
ArtBiir   Arrlwta.   Judge   Cornwall Goat   U tha Ooaat.
Ohlntee Ripened.
Oathti-og af Indiana
A large matting nf tha Inditnt of the
province it lo bt htld in Ktmloopt on
April 14th wbta rtpretentttioni to tht
Ottawa government in tbt mttter of obtaining, trtttitt such tt htvt bttn mtdt
with Iht Inditnt of tht other province!
will be diiiamd. A meeting preliminary to thit event wu held at Uowiehtn oa
Saturday, whioh wu addressed by Chief
Joe Capilann of Vaneoovir. A delegation wu elected to confer witb tht Inditnt who art to meet tt Ktmloopt on
tht dtte mentioned, whtn t number of
it -nsntial mtn will be designated to
etrry ont Iht withtt of tht meeting A.
W, Vowtll, taptrinttndtnt of Inditn af-
ftin, bu heard of tht tnovemtnt, uyt ia
to far u hit information gou tht muling at Kamloopt will ba t relifioui Its
tlvtl.
Ta Buotetd Sir Henri Joljr.
A delegation comprieing ill tht British
Col tee bit mtmbtrt of parliament, aiccpt
Mr. Rota, who it ill, tnd Senttor Bo*-
tnek waited on Sir Wilfrid Lturltr tnd
Hon. Mr. Templsmin Tnttday lut tnd
discussed tht vitant unttorthip tnd tht
appoiatmiBt of t litattnant-fovarnor te
tacceed Sir Henri Joly. Tht delegation
wu uninimously In favor of Gtorga
Rilty of Victorit to tacceed Mr. Temple
mtn in iht unite The dtltgttion wm
u unaaimoui in ftvor of James Dim
mnir for Iht potition of lituttntni gov-
trnar. Sir Htari Joly will contiaut la
oSct for a moath or io.
Priaea Arthar will bt in Victoria on
th* 28th, tnd there will be no changt ia
Ihe governorship until tfttr thtt timt,
tad probably for a week or two later.
Chinese Ar* Mowed am.
Tha town ol Penticton wm In grut ti
clttmtnt lait wttk through tht tiptlllng
by force ef the newly arrived Ohiattt
popalttioa. A ftw dtyt prtvioat tta
tbintnen trrived to titer land, a muting
wu held aad t protest n.tdt. bat the
Chinru continued work. A mob wu
orgtniied, tad il soon prottadtd te lha
Chiaut quarters Tht parly took Ian
lernt tad had ao trouble tbout irountg
lha Oritatalt. Tht latter wire much
frightaatd. Thty were eetorttd to the
lake steamer, tad lhair Itru paid to
Beltane. Thty will not ba tllowed to
relara.
Jade- Com wall Unwell.
Jadge Crnwill of Ashcroft bat hten
la ill haallh for uverel wests, tad tl-
thnagh aoniidtrtbly iadiepoted, ha It
miking a trip to the coast in the hopt
ihtl thttu breetsi will btnatt hit hullh.
Ht will spend some lime visiting (rltads
ia Victoria. Judge Cornwall it an old
friend of Mr. Marpole, who unt hi*
private tar ap tht lint t* ttkt him dowa.
Print* Arthar of Ooaeiaght arrived tl
Victorit yesterday, tad wu met by t
ulsot oompany of Imperial and pmviaeitl
office... Todty the party organiaed t
fishing tipedilioa to Shawaifta lake, the
Hob. F. J. Fulton, attorney general be
ing one of the party. Priaea Arthar
will trrira ia Vaaooarar on8tturdty
THB NIOOLA VALUTT.
The "hooeter" fertr it spreading. Ia
tdditiot la tht cities aamed ia t reoeal
lastt, tbt Itltlt rictimi of tht diitast ara
Ktmloopt tad Nitolt. The Niole Her
aid ukt why iht eraiada thoald bt cob
bntd to the larger cititt. and why oaa af
tht mott beautiful "alleys ia ibe Interior
thoald nnt receive eomt ttttntiotit The
matter rssts tntirtly with the inhebitan t
themulvu: if they hare the enterprise
and will sabtcribt tht fandt, Ihert is ne
rest ui why tht ittrictioai of thtir country thoald not bt mtdt known, and hue
drtdt of American loarittt tt tny rtte
flock hither daring the summer season
A word of wtrniog, bowtvtr, will aol be
ont of order; firtt providt good hotels.
Tbe American tourist hu t habit of
"turning down'' tny dittriet witb Inferior
hotel tcoommodttion.���Tht Wuk.
R081   RMPHROR.
Rom Emperor it probably the but
bred Clydttdils stallion living todty.
Hit tin, I'nntt Sturdy, it oat of tht
but tad mott noted prut winntrs ia
Seolltad. Ht it tht grtndaoB of tht
Bottd I'rinot of Wales who wu nol only
ons of the greatest prite winners of hii
timt bal oat of tht greatest broaden
tttr produced ia aay breed ef draft
horses; in ftet to fir u tht linet tad in
"ideal merit art coaoeraed hit pedigree
oa iht tidt of hit tin could aot bt im-
proved.
The dim of Rom Emperor ie Qnua of
Ihe Rotes. Hhe it aot oaly oaa of tht
��raatcst brood maris tvtr produced bat
ii nne of tht grtttMt prut winntn ta
will, tht hiving woa f rat prtu at tht
grttltit shows ia Englaed aad Scotland.
At t two year old tht wu told it public
auction for probably tht higbttt price
tvtr pud for t draft mare She
brought 1000 gurnets er aboat *_,M0
Her tire, Prince Albion, woa but pnu
four yean in lueoMtion at the grtitni
thow in Ncoilend. At a two year old ht
wm porchMtd by Sir John Oilmen'
fnr 300 pounds or tboat 11.600.
Tht grind dim of Rom Kaaperor it the
(snout MtM Rom. Sht it wiihoui
qutltioo ont of tht grettut draft merit
tvtr prodactd. Htr record in the rlag
hu aever bees eieelled tbt bin ng wna
fint pnu tad chimpinBibi; al all tht
leading thowt in GrMt Britain.
It will bt Mtn by tht peditret of Rom
Emptror tbtl both on hit tirat' and dame
tidt hit ancMtort hist Sera tht matt
nottd priu winatn ltd broaden iter
produced ia lhe Clydeedale breed of
honu.
Rom Emperor It oat of tbe vary but
tyr-H of draft borut livinr today. With
hit onei ctl ltd bntd ing ht will cerltnly
press lo ht oat of tba grtttMt producers
of high cleat hortM tver brought to
Aratrioa,
Rom Emptror (1188..) 11801, bay, thtr
tnd snip, both hind ftet white, foiled
Mty lit, 18M, it now owned by tha
Nicola Vailty Clydeedale Hone Aeto.ii
tioa, whoM id appears on page foar of
thit iute.
Alei Oordoa tad hit tsttw. Mra,
Phillipa, tastrtaiutd a nambar ol (ntndi
to t social dauet al their home la Lower
Nieola oa Tuttdty tvieiag
Otrrttfteni 8ilv*r Leaf Im U tht beet
Mtet. tta ot ike avarktt II it a la*
, rengs pekoe, a tlrtighl una tu. Nc
hoau eomplett without ll.
IMPROVED STOCK
mar annual balm at mbw
WROTMIN-TTRR
F. W Jackaon af Qwllohwa aa4 Ba-.
alar Bonthrone of Lower Nieola
Purehsuse Some of th* Pure
bred Steak.
The sale of stock at New
Westminster last week was a
great success there being a
large attendance of up-country
people who went down to purchase stock and who paid generously for it.
Among the local purchasers
was noted, F. W. Jackson of
the British Columbia Cattle
Co.'s Triangle ranch at Quilchena. Mr. Jackson bought
Van Dyke for $75 and Lord
Arthur for $92.50, both from
H M. Vasey's herd in the
Delta. Van D> ke being only
sold at the limit fixed by the
judges. For two Shorthorns
Alenandria and Daisy Belle,
Mr. Jackson paid $100 apiece
and gave $60 for Fraser River
Chief, these three being con*
tributed by Joseph Tamboline
of Westham island.
Van Hyke the famous Clyde
stallion, a two year old, the
property of F. W. Jackson,
was put up for sale, but wa��
not sold as the limit of $600
was not reached.
In the Aberdeen Angus
class, College Knight an J
Queen of Scots were bought
by Barclay Bonthrone, owner
of Newton Grange ranch, Lower Nicola, $40 and $67.50 respectively being the price paid*
Though the prices realized
throughout the sale wers not
of 1 very high standard, the
highest figures being $52.50
paid for Sweet Marie a beautiful three-year old cow in calf,
and $11250 for Grand View
Duke, the amount of mo ne)
turned in very nearly approached four thousand dollars which
was considered excellent. Considering that this was the first
attempt at holding a show and
tale of this kind, the management are to be congratulated
on the success of the sale.
T. W. ft T. __m_Mhl__t Oat
Ia lb* Dominion house lut Friday, R.
0. Meapbtnoa. M. P��� introduced t Van
team, WettaiateM A Tokon Rtilway
Bill permitting tba oompany lo Intnut
ill ttpiul to tSw.000.00v tad totboriaat
ih* eoeetreeiioB of atrtral Wanthw. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Publlthea. Every Thartdajr
svubecrlptlon. la Advance, 12 aTear
��� <vs^<*ar��-r��_ri-r__<��a!-i_r��-r��-r��<,
Nioola. R C. MakchK. IK*
SUNDAY OBSERVANCE.
There is likely to be considerable discussion in the Dominion parliament when the government introduce their measure for the better observance
of the Sabbath One reads the
provision of the bill with very
mixed feelings and is compelled to wonder if we are returning to the days of Cromwell
and the Puritans. In legislation of this nature, other things
being equal, the freedom of the
subject is the main thing to I J[
safeguard.    Public opinion on^
BAGS
Moth R��r>s ire meat con
't'tiriit in protecting clotli
log from moths. They
have an advantage over
���thtr moth preventives of
io I imparting a strong
odor tn tht clothing, ntc-
etaitating complete tiring
befort wearing Simply
plact the olothing in tht
big tnd close, pack bag
with tht clothing in it.
Moth higi are in various sizes to suit different
gsrments. We hare all
sizes.
-THB-
MCOLA AHUES-MENT DI8TK1CT
TAX NOTIOE.
NOTIfl! Is hrrelij nlven In arcairdam e with
the (.mutes, that Provincial Revenue Tai and
llaasteted laitsand __M_M_M a-aa-sslan-
levled ueder Ibe A-arss-ient Act anil amendment*, an now doe and puj-til.' for lie a*aj
1106. All -nesixillet'iabloloritieNicolaassesF
ineo' district arc du< _iid p.twible ai in) office,
slloate at Mcola. Thia not lie, in terms of law
latqniialeni in a personal demand by me upon
all 1-usons lialilefor IBB*-,
OEO.   M1IRRAV.
______atf and t'olleclor.
Nicola Assessment -lisUricl.
Nicola Poet ' '-Ire.
Dated at Nicola �� h of Keliruarv, 1901-
_______
MALLERY DRUG CO f
IIM1T-0
KAMLOCP3,    :
B. C.
��� t_V��> _>��."->��_�� _>tJ"���>�����.' tt-l-t
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR
"Kurtz's Own"
"Kurtz's Pioneers"
"Spanish Blossoms"
hundred and fifty years ago '
was very decided in the matter
of Sunday observance and the
tendency at that date was 11
make men narrow and bigoted : ?
in their views. Today the ! J
trend of public opinion is toward a more literal reading of
what is due toward Sunday
observance. In the old country, picture galleries, museums,
and libraries are open to the
public on Sunday and we feel
bound to say that the result
has been for the good of the
public at large. To read the
biblical observance of the Sabbath day into a sitting in the
house and the perusal of only
religious and theological works
is in every way narrow and , .
bigoted     The broad.r view ;      ��������   J-   n__..MU _.
taken by our. best clergy, that    NURSERIES
rest in its truest rendering im
plies a change of occupation,
of environment, and of habit
will meetwith general approval.
'J ake for instance, the follow-
ONION MADE CIGARS
KURTZ'S PIONEER CIGAR FACTORY
148 Cordova St W.
VANCOUVER B  0.
aoio WeBtm.rmtpr Road
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
nice iinek of���
t and 3 year old appli. fee. at I'jnper 100
.is   pur I'OO.
Maynard I'ltim |l 110
I alian Prune, .year fine IU per U-
HiiKar IMjin I year, lot fa* an liw
within the meaning of this act."
One is forced to wonder at the
bill in introducing legislation of
this nature. Are the cramped
up thousands in our cities tu be
denied the privilege of getting
out )f town on the Sabbath day
and seeing, in one day out of
seven, the mountains, the rivers and forests on the only day
they can? It seems to be mere
cant to introduce such a clause
and appears to be 'a sort of
grandmotherly legislation which QAvWii
is notin the least required. 8a____.he for the Htrtid. $_ per yur
NOTICE.
Estate of John Corbett,
Deceased.
"TENDERS will be received bv the under,
signed executors of the esta(e of the late
John Corbett, deceased, up to I. o'clock noon,
Friday, J"ne ISih, IW. forthe purchase of Ihe
east half Section 11, lowinbip 91. on thoilslns
about, three milea west of Nicula. containing
MO acres more or less.
TERMS CASH.
Dated at Nieola, B. 0k, March tl. 190(1.
A. R. CAHRINOTON,
N. J. H. RAItWUK.
Erecutora of the Estate of Ihe late John
4  11 IC IO    Ol   I III   I I
A It. i ��� -c U.Ddoa.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Kamloopa, B, C
Assays and  analyses   if Ores, Coal and la
dii-tria' pruouc-i,
. cample* by mail or stage receive prompt
attention.
A-  O.   F-
COURT NIOOLA, No. mi, A.O. F.. meets
second and fourth Friday In each month
at Rp.'i... in hsilci'i. Hall.     Visiting brethren
coriliallj Inviled.
K, J. Bauwicb, f". R.
W. UowiiiN Mi'HKAV, 8es.
Headquarters for
PACm' COAST DROWN
(lartleii, Flower ami Field Seeds.
New atop Bow in aw _s ami on  teat  in
ing clauses from  the proposed \ oarffaanhoaata,   Ath toar mtrahaat (or
I      ���  I'    ��� ..i        i    ll L them Hi sealed |iack��Kes.    If ho  duel not
legislation:     "It   Shall   not   t>e      handle them,  we will  mail  Ml ass rted
lawful for any person on the    J*���**�����*^^^*>**wnh
'     ��� ((iur own s-led.ill, suitaltle f..r D. t). (far-
Lord's   day to run, conduct   or  ,  dent) for fl I 0    Special prices   in your
i i , Lull seeds
convey by any mode o   con- ���       ,
III |l. < . I.n.wii Slock   ol   I run   and
veyance any excursion on which or.mm. niai Tre-ea.
passengers are   conveyed  for 1    Now ready f���r s(,r..,. .hi(t���,eiit. Knr.
hire and having for its principal or only object the carriage
on that day of such passengers
- . Full li-t ..I oilier s't.'lc a ��� r.-gnlar prices
tor amusement or pleasure, a.d    No eipenae, Us ..r delay ..1 batarntk--
passengers so conveyed shall    or inspection
���,., !._, .!,..,���.��� 1.1. 11 flrcenhotiae Plants. Floral Work, Hat Sap
not be deemed to be travellers    P|ie,, ^.iit ivka���ea.,r-,-rtiiiecr��, et*.
Ltt uie price your list hefure ordering
Catalo_ue Free
ere M- J  HFNRT.
temerity ol  the iramer of the    tm Westminster itoad,    r___.iMrv_a.__ a
Notice.
Notice Is hereby given lhat SO days after date
I intend to apply fo the Hi.n. the chief cam.
tniasioner of 1-iiidsanil Woika for permission
tnaaroht-e ltiiiacreaof taator. land situated
on voghi crock, in tHe Nicola Division of Yale
Di-'ri. I, Mlna'ial as foil n�� : commencing ala
pt-t n-itrkeai .1. 0 li south ettl corner, planted
-I...111 la., miles and a half up Voghi trtri,
ami aboui In chains wrat from Thornpsnn's land
Ihei.il' 111 mm k -est 40 chsins, thence norlli
Hi ehalna, thenee Kaat III chain*, thence South
in cli.iiiH tu piilnt of commencement rontnitiiiiK
an area of 160 acres more or etta,
Febuary 131 h 1908.
JAMKSC. BUILDS.
NOTICE.
Kilty days after date I intend to apply to tbe
cbief roinniisaloner of lai.da aid work* for permission to pur liaae -Oaciemif mountain past-
lure land mtnaied in Aspen lirove. described
aa follows: commencing al. a im-i marked I.
tastWOOd.ra VV. enrol' then i-.outh 2(1 chains
ihence east --chain*, thence north '.'It hain*.
thence west ,u chain* to initial poau
ISAAC KA-STWOOD
A*pen Urovc 7lh March, 190..
NOTICK.
Notice la herehy given that witale slity
days after dale i Inlend to apply to tne
chirf niiiiim-sliiner nf kinds and works for per
mi-ston to purchase 2^i actes of pasture land in
ihe Mcola dlisioii of Yale District, Kituainiaa
follows; tointiiencinir ar n *laki- at the N. K.
. ortiet nf lot 11X1 running nor h 10 chains thence
-est inch.1!:*, thence sou'li 40 chain*, thence
i sat 40 chain., containing ItiOa'-res; aUo i.oni-
nitnningai theS- _, corner nf lot 716 thence
wr-i 41. hains, Ihenre soulh 10 chains, thence
e_-r III ih in_ ihence sou h 40 t twins thence
e _i H1 it..in*, iheiice ni.nh I" chain*, thence
ea-t '.li liiin* ihence norn _0 chain*, con'ain-
ing l'.'Otc cs. JAMKHtXIKHi-TT.
Si...'a. March 7,11106.
HOI KM
Sixty tiny* af'er diiie I inlend to apply to the
chief coiiiiiiia-it.iier of land* and work*, for per-
I. !*���]..n fo purriia*e '.'. 'u acres ot mountain pasture eommti g at a im*t al t.ortb��nl curu. r
nf I'll 905. theiire nnrth III nhstn*. thence esat
twenty ehalBa. thente north forty chain*,
fhfln.-e i��a��t two'ty'hain*. tbente south forty
chain*. I tin- ii- watt twenty chains; Ihsnte
sonih foni chaii.a, lhaaas west tweuty chains
to point nf riinntitiiipnicat.
A-pcnlitmr. Vlar. I. -0 li. IIS al
W. A. DODD-.
NICOLA
PORTABLE .TEAI-
SAWMILL���^
Ii prepared to take contract, for
tawn.g lumber and getting o.l
timber.
Urnrral mil Contractu IH'cuted
PR1��K_ MODKRATB
Psrties wistiinit work can have lams
prooptly atiended to hy applying to
F. D. WOOD WARD,
Nicola, B. 0.
Leave your orden with N. -I. Berwick,
for lurcher who is agent for tht Nioola
Porte'.ie Iteaa Saw Mill ha tan htlpyoa
pita out sn tirdir.
WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW"
THE STORE OF QUALITY
THE STORE OF PLENTY
W. J. KERR
i
Watchmaker.Jeweler
KAMLOOPS, B- C.
All kinds of  Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
etc., kept in itoek.    Wedding prei
ents a specialty.
First class repairs done on short notior !
and returned at once.
Garden Seeds
Gardening time has arrived and you will
need your supply of Seeds. We have
a fine fresh stock of the famous
STEELE BRIGGS SEED
The very best on the market and you
cannot do better than to look our stock
over before buying.
POPULAR PRICES
See the Selection in our Window.
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NIKOLA
PRINCKTON
METROPOLITAN
HEAT MARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Trime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Orders throughout trio Diitrie!  receive careful attention and prompt   delivery
Fresh Fish Every Friday.
JAViKs   rooi.i . ....      Proprletar
STI3"W7-__\ RT'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
Also   Gouoral  Itl-vory
HeadOfflce:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
STAGES
Leave Kpenees Bridge
Every   1 hursday  lur Mcola Lake,  Kamloops,
Princeton and way j*tints at 6 a. m.
Kvt-ry Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 a.m.
Leave Kamloops
Kvery Monday lor Nicola and Spences Bridg��
at 6 a. m.
I leave Princeton
Lvery  Sunday   6 a. m��� arriving Spences
Bridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
Every Tuesday and Friday for   Spences
Bridge at 6 a. m
Every Friday for Princeton at 6 a. m.
Special trips made by appointment.
Telephone connection with Kamloops
M. P. STEWART,    -    -    Proprietor
JOB WORK
JOB WORK THE   NICOLA  HERALD
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<�� ** Lots from $40 to $200 �� &
A. R. CARRINGTON. AGENT THE   NICOLA  HkRALD
PTRUT  THB WHISKY
laveetlfaU the Ll .von Sold Over the
Bare at Fublle Hootet J
If tht statement mtdt by oat of tht
ooBJBiMiontn tt to tbt dttptrttt quel
ity of liquor pitted over by tome of the
tilt ban, bt trut. isys thi Vancouver
World, there thoald bt tn ievee.ig.tion
md sharp tad decisive punishmern meted
out to the offenders. Just now the inspectors trt tfttr tht milkmen with i bt.
stick Thit ii til ri|ht. If wt pty for
pare milk we thotld got it. Wt can tdd
tht wtttr tnd formaldehyde oomlvts. I<
wt liat ap it tht btr tnd nk for Sc itch,
bourbon or ryt, wt htvt t right to be
served with it intttid of with t harmful
dtetptioa of dragt tnd chtmioils, tnd tht
food Lord only knows whtt tilt, mtdt
on tbt premises. Somt of tht liqaor
���old in Britiih Oolambit is io hot that it
burnt all tht wty from t ftllnw't throtl
to bit heels tnd tioavattt t ptstsft for
nsell tt ii flowi along No wondtr mmt
���to dit young. Many yttri tgo thtn
waa a medical Inquiry into tht emit of
tumtrous sudden .eetha, tnd tht phytl
eiioi reported thtt it wtt ill alone of the
bogus brtndy which wit ttrved it tht
btrt. Of curss it wtrt better for t mm
if a. did not drink tt til; but u this it t
fret country, tnd many peoplt will drink
in spitt of til thtt tin bt uid or dont to
prevent them, a lictuie to sell liquor
must not ba regarded at a license to
poiion customers with bed stuff
Sir Charles Tupper.
Tbe eastern press it earnestly ad rotating the appointment of Sir Charles Tapper, Bart., at lieutenant governor of
Sovt Scoiia, ii t auitihle tokoowltdg-
eienl of tht aged statesmsn's services to
his province, urging tbtt such would bt t
grtoeful tribute from political opponent!,
which hii long ctrter merits
Oarrington'*  Golden Lett ttt is tht
very  finest flowery ortngt pekot.    Imported and picked especially for ui.   It
ihenlutelr tha hnest ttt nn tht msrksi
80 .sots a pound.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRIT
18H COLUMBIA.
In Probate
In the Goods of
JOHN CORBETT.
Deceased.
N ttioe is hereby given that ill credi
tors and other persons hiving any claims
or demands against the eitate of John
C.rbett late of Nicola in the county of
Tale, B.C., deceased, who died on the
lat day of February, UHUI, and whote mil
��� as prove, m the Ysle Registry on the
_ .'h day of February 1906, oy Arthur
Richardson Carrington and Nathaniel
Joseph Henry Barwick the eieculori
therein named are hereby requirrd to
send particulari in writing of their claims
or demands duly verified to the under
signed solicitor for the said eiecutors on
or before the firtt day of May, 1906 at
the undermentioned address, after which
ilitefhe said eiecutors a ill proceed In
distribute the assetiof the said deceaatd
soiongst tho parties entitled thereto bavin, regard < n y to the claimi and demands
of ahich they Khali then have had notice,
and the laid eiecutors will not be liable
for the easels of the aaid deceaaed or any
tart thereof so distributed to any person
or persons of whote claimi or dementis
they shall not then htve had notice.
Hated this 8th day of March, \m,
JOHN D  8WAN80N,
Kamloops, B. C
Solicitor for the itid Eiecuton.
NOTICE.
In the matter of "the Official
Administrators Act."
Estate of
AntoineGodey, Deceased
rpENDKRS will be received bv the _adersl__-
1 td up to the 1st day of Mar, A. D., 1908, for
tbe purchase of the homestead of the late
Antoine Ooalev situate about five miles from
Sl-oli in the Nicola Valley. The following
Improvements are said to be on the lands:
Under cultivation 50 acres, house, store room
stable, chicken house, Implement building, two
milea fencing (log and wire) 3 log cor rails, two
stack yards, half miledlf h, valued by compel
eat valuators at ���1290.00. The land is said lo
have a good water supply.
ALEC. D. MACINT.RK,
n__ciel Administrator.
Nicola Valley Clydesdale Horse
Association
Imported Qydesdale Stallion
"ROSE EMPEROR"   '
(11883)11801
SEASON FROM 1st MAY TO 31st JULY
-WILL  TRAVEL   DURING-   SEA80K   AS  FOLLOWS
Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays at Nicol.i
Wednesday noon and Friday noon at Coutlee.
Wednesday night and Thursday at Lower Nicola.
Service Fee $30 for Season including pasturage
JOHN BLAOKWELL,
Manager.
T
A
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-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 NORMS SAFE & LOCK CO
SEATTLE, WASH.
Frank G. Benson,
Agent
VANCOUVER, B. C.
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. All
work promptly attended to.
Hicks & Lovick
Piano Company
Limited.
9
Pianos in Stock
Mason & Risch, Weber, Steck,
The Pianola Piano, The Pianola
The Nicola Herald
NICOLA, B. C
Telephone Na 7. Main Street
663 Granville Street, Vancouver,
i
88 Government Street, Victoria. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
r_u_u amr-cab nrru-paism
r OpU-ee ___rl_u| Tun
Baroa Lola de Lobal baa plaead balore
Ike oaf local deleuaa ce_9-.it.__ at 8t,
Peterab.rg, ibt project ot tba American
Trans AtlanllfKibenan coapaor (or tue-
aehag osier Bebilag Ktrait, and build-
Ms* a railroad Irons Eat. Oapa to Keask,
to cooaact with the Siberian railroad.
Baren de Lobel offeri to make aa;
shangea aeeeaaarj to Beat atrategIt eeo-
ilderationa.
Id, T-ulehinaki, chief eigiaeer of tbe
likatsk rail.oad, was the priaolpal 1Mb
ileal oppoaeut of the a-kease, ooatend-
iag that the constreotlon ef Ihe tuanel
���ae inpraetiaable and impoaaible on ae
suum of the aclioa of the tidea. II,
ToalebiMki aaaarud lhat tbe shifting
tandra of liberie woald necessitate the
boildiag of eiiensive dikes aud loag
bridges (or protection fro_a apring fraak
ete. Besides, kl. Toalebiaeki claims
lhat tha .Unset a ol Ihe regioa covered b;
the plan makes il aufft (or Kuaaian colon-
iiatiuD and that tha only result eoald be
the eveotoellt placing ia tbe handa ol aa
terpriaing A manesea of the whole on
populated territory from tbe Pacific to
Eamscbatka.
To Raoe Bbs__.ro.-t III,
A New York despatch sap: After the
������eting of the New York Yacht Olub
lut week, Oliver E. Cromwell, chairman
ol tbe regalia committee dob, made the
interesting statement thai ha wai on
officially Informed that Sir Thomas Lip
ton wonld ba a competitor with the Hkam
rock III. in the race off Newport in Aag
aft for the cop offered by King Edward.
Tha entry of the Shamrock in thia race
wonld give the contest an international
tlasur and an intereat even beyond that
whieb it promisn in any eaae to evoke.
It would i enessitate the atartlng either nl
the Columbia ot OnHtitntlnn to delerd
American laurels. Shamrock wonld rate
well under the new rale, paying no penalty fnr her oieeeiive draught, ae ahe waa
launched prior to January 1, HOI, and
would have an excellent ehance of lifting
the cop.
Will Have to Pax-
A bill hao been introduced in the Oa
leno legielature providing for the impn-
eitiun is! an annual tax of $300 on all
commercial travelers doing business In
Ontario for h-uiea net side that province.
The bill haa been introduced ae a mesa
ure of protection ard retaliation at the
raqueet cf the commercial traveler! of
Ontario.
Taettmonla- to Miaa BUM Tarry.
A movement hae begns among the
members nl the theatrical profeasion in
America to contribute to an Anglo-
American testimonial lo Eilen Terry, tha
actreae, nn the occasion ol a jubilee plan
ned on the fiftieth anniversary of her
career aa an actress
NOTICE.
To Ui Whom it Hay Conouk:
NEWTON GRANGE
LOWER NICOLA
Take notice that ou and after ibis date
all cattle the property of the uiideralgnr.i
will ba branded N. 0. on left hip.
Dated 22nd day of March, 1906
Bakolat Bomtbronk,
0. L. File., Agent.
ITOTTC-EL
A ettting of the County Court nf Yale,
will be held in tha Court Houee, Nicola,
a C��� on
Monday, 21st May 1006
at 10 a.m.
Om. JfoUAY,
C. C. Regiatrai
JOHN 0. ADAIR
UlIlSEieeEBCOALlOlLEIPEBT
Is prepared to examine coal
properties and furnish reports on same. Terms to
suit alL    Nicola, B. C,
UNDERTAKING
j. r. McGregor
Leaver MeoU, B. 0.
UNDERTAKING
NOTICE
To All Whom it Mat Concim:
I have tbia day taken poaseaaion of the
following described lands, Lot 168. Group
1, Kamloopa Divninn of Yale district, on
behalf of Henry Woodward by authority
of a deed timed by W. E. Woodward
which conveys the crown grant of aforementioned lot tu Henry Woodward without any reserve'ion nhatanevet.
Dated thia 19th day of March, 190., at
Lower Nioola, B. 0
0. L. Fuck,
Agent for Henry Woodward.
STRAYED.
From A. 0. Collett'a ranch, Lower
Nicola, B. C, a bay hnrae about lixteen
handa and about 1400 pounds weight,
with brand | | | on right hip. Party re
turni-g horse to A.Q. Collett, Lower
Nieola or to Richard Blair, Kamloopa,
a ill be paid expentee.
NOTICE
Notice la herebv given that within 60 dart
from dare I Intend making application to the
honorable chief commissioner of lands aad
works fnr permission to purchase M acres of
pasture land In the Kara oops division of Yale
district situated as follows: onmmonclnff at a
stake at Ibe a w corner of let Its?, 01, ruaains
Ihence north 10 3_ chains, thence west -. Mi
chains, south KM chains, Ihence east JO 511
chains In iniint of commencement.
March 17. UN J. a QuiVM.
NOTICE.
Notice Is herebv given lhat within 00 days
from date I Inland making application to the
hen. chief -ommlaalnaer of lands and works for
permission tn purchase 330 acres of nasture
land In the Kamloops dlviniea of Yale dittriet
situated as follows: commencing at a stake at
the aw comer of the land 1(0 chains due east
of the N I corner of 1,183 li I, running ihence
east 10ch-'les, thence north M chains, thence
west 10 ohains, thence south M cheins to point
nf cor men. ement.
March 17,1906. Oan. Bert.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that within ali'y days
from date I intend making apnlica'ion to the
hon. chief comnilasioner of lands and workt for
permission to purchase Id acres of pasture band
iu the Kamloopa division of Yale district, situ
ated ae follows: commencing a' a stake at the
n i earner of Is* UU, O I, running thence
north 10 ehalna, tne.ee west N chains, thenoe
annt'i M chains, ihence east 4. chains to ths
point of eomineaceuieat, W. I:. Wars.
Man h 17,1900.
NOTICE.
Notice is he eh; glvrn that within sixty tors
horn <ate l latean maklag application le the
hon. chief commlsslouer ef leads aad works fat
permission to parchase U eerse ef pasture
land In the Kamloops divUioaef Yale diatrict,
situated as foil iw��: commencing et a stake at
lhe ( t corner of Im 701 U I, running thence
aaai .1 chains, thenc. aorth N chains, thenee
west 10 chains, i hence south N cbalns to the
point or commeaoeDienu
March 17, IM. O. W. H. Thowsoh.
it
Unequalled as a
Sun._i.er Resort
Good Fishing and Shoot
ing.   Guides and Horses
always ready.   Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
ft. KIRBY, Proprietor
QUILOHE-I A. B. 0.
THB PLuAOM TO BUT TOUR
mO-Q-W OOOM M AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
Kill LOOPS
fan start of Demeetic aad Import-- Ornm.
aad the beat smoking toba-to always oa nana.
Drop In aod enjoy a e,nisi game nf HllUarta
a gaat for the Pleaeer Hteem Uaadry, Team
i ar.   l_u__ry thlpatd ever; Dai urdaf-
H-rTKl-l
MUNTIdCAL DOTICl- Kamlcaios. Naneleon
Uiremonllls, proprietor, tint claae In
sveiy particular. Uood wlaet, lj.unrs aad
clears.  (Kabllaa la cnoaertiea.
KAMUKICH HOl'-B, P. Her al. proprietor
Heel stonk of wine*, liquors tnd cigars In
tha Interior. Jn��t lha spol for a nice ool re
freshing glass et beer. When la Kamloops
oall__r_____|
GRAND PACiriO HOTKU Kamloopa,  The
nearest hotel to tbe railway eiattoa.   The
oaljr cevaeateat hotel for travelers.     Oood
rooms, good table, uood liquors.    Two large
aample rooms.   P. A. Bambart, proprietor.
Oood stabling ln ceoaecUoo.
AHHCROrT HOTEL. The most roavenlent
hotel for vlaltors in Ashcroft. The best of
table board. Hoi ann cold baths. Our reiire-
see-ative meets all trains. Johnson a. Parklaa.
proprietors.
ROCKFORD HOUSE
Uoit. Scott, Proprietor
When traveling on the Nicola road.
Convenient place for travelers, with good
aecommode'ion.
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Horse Shoeing a speeislty.
NIOOLA LAKE, B C
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000 Rest, $10,000,000
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $801,855 41
Total Assets        ....        $158,231,409.51
ho��ora��t nmwuwr
WA. Hem Lord MrmtkeOM and Mount Bore-. 0. O. It*.
PUKD-Urf. Sir Oeo A Dr____-0_-t I 0 . ��� ���
TiO��Pa_-8_-._UrT A_tDO-III-sT-A__M-__IAO��I_.   -  ��� ��� OLOUgPTO-l
Head Office���Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from  $100 and upwards.     Interest
credited twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
BANKING BY MAI
Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail,
town accounts receive every attention.
Onto/
NIOOLA BRANCH
A. W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
WHY NOT
A PIECE OF THE EARTH?
Fork qHflip I8 situated near the junction of the Nicola
rui .\5 ua It aDd Coldwater rivers with the railroad grade
withm one mile of it and the survey to the town limits. It will
be tue 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 HONEY MAKERS
Good Business and Residential Lots May Still be had 60 ft. x 120 ft
PRICE $50 CA8H.-Terms May be Arranged.
Fnrk ___#___��� Ip ^ lDe *ne 8UPplv P��mtfortQe W��U known
FUr_V__��U<llC mining  camps   of   Aspen  Grove.   Iron
Mountain, Ten Mile and the Coldwater, where many properties are being developed.
Pull particulars, prices, etc., on application to
G. M. BRASH,  -  -  Sole Agent THE NICOLA HERALD
BIRTH.
Ou-L-ll Nieola, B. C, on Tietdey
March 17th, 1906, to Mr. aod Mrt.
Walter Clerk, e eon.
LOCAL NEWS
E. Allieoa _| AHuoo wee a rititor to
Mieolt Ibis wee.
W. McNeill ol Aspeo  Grove  wu In
Nieola fo. a lew .ays this week
8overnment Agent Murray spent e few
4aye et Aapeo 11 rove this ��a��k.
Jamee Pooley hu left Ihe old country
for Nicola and le expected along ehortly.
Ven. Archdeeoon Small wis in the
valley (kit week and held service in 81.
John'* on Sunday evening.
J. P. MoConnell and John M. Miller
art on n visit to the coeet this weak In
jonneo-ion with mining iatereat In the
Aepen Grove.
A eonimlttoe meeting nf the Nicnla
Athletic Aeaoeiation will be held at the
Bank Ctttagt on Friday evening, March
JOtb, tt 8 o'oloek.
Ooitlee la forming an athletic club and
ere making arrangements to eoeare (ii
acres of land near K-irked.le to be used
ea athletic grounds.
Rev. D. K. Allen wife end child will
arrive in'Nicnla shortly from Nakusp.
Mr. Allen will have charge of tht Prit
byttritn church work in the vtlley.
The regular hall yearly business n set-
log of the Pretkyltntn church will be
held Tueeday evening, April 3rd., in the
ehureh.   A full tttendtnot it rtquitttd.
Tht Contlee ericket team ii prepared
to play t gamt with tny teem in the vtlley. They hive been doing cnutidertble
prtctict tnd should put up t good game.
Church of England Strvioe, Fifth
Sundsy in Lent, evening prayer, Coutlee,
J p. oi.; evening prayer, Nio.a 7'30
p. m i Wednesdty, evening pnyer tnd
Bihl. study, 7 SO p. m.
Stock raisera Attention I
We have received t consignment of
Fly Foot 50c, t tin; ilictric sprayers
fl 50, Every rancher should ahould
haa a it and use it Thole who have tried
It once, tlwtyi keep t tupply in thtir
���tiblee.
The Peoplte Store        A. R. Carrington.
FOR SALE
A firtt clan Menean Saddle in good
londiliun.    Apply to
Riv. U. MiaoN,
Nioola, H. C.
Brinks Tor 8sIs.
A quantity of tret class briekt for
���el".    Apply to the Bank of Montreal
Butlneet Locale.
If you want high claei up to dete Bnoti
tod Sheet go to Armstrong's Spring
stock juit trrived.
Carrington i Golden Leaf tea is the
very fines, flnwery orange pekoe. Imported aud packed etpecitlly (or us. It
elsnl_t.lv the tneet tet on tbe market.
W oentr t pound.
Whtt tbout thtt tore lot in Forktdtlr,
hadn't ynu belter be tfter it right twtyl
It will pty you.
Get Arma'rong's prieet on ill kindt of
building materiel, doon, windowi, mils,
paint*, paper, lumber, ttc,
Carrington'i 8ilver Leaf tet it tht bett
-Oct. lei on  the market.   It ii t fine
���range pekoe, l tttigbt steam ttt.
No heuse complete without it.
CHAT HAW INCUBATORS
tod BROODERS
Don't Keep Bent
 Mikt Thtm  Kttp You	
Chatham Incubators are made la Catarla
end there are thouaande In use, vising en
tire satlsfa.'Hon. -.very machine Kuarsn
teed. Now Is lha lime to commence work
and get four earl) rhtrkros. Birds batabnd
earl; In Kerch ere worth three time* as
much aa birds hatched In May or June.
Prices and Catalogue on Application
LEEMINC'S HARDWARE
KAML(K)P8
Carrington'i Silver Leaf tet it tht beet
Wet. ttt on tht market II it a fin*
orange pekoe, a itraight assam tta. No
house complete without it.
If Nevertlip Horse Shoes irt your
choice tome tnd PLEASE yourself.
SIZES 1 to 6 tt F. G. I _i_.'s, Nicolt.
All roada Irad to Forkadalt. Get t
l"t now tod be in on the grnnnd fioor.
You won't regret il.
Special offer: $10 down tnd fivt
monthly payments of $10, secures tn ei
oellent lot in Knrkerlele.
Go tn Armstrong's fnr seed, timothy,
alfalfa, brome grass, alsac, red clover tnd
lawn grass. Wheat, otti and peas,
Pxicu KIOHT.
A Straight Tip. Get next to Forks-
Hale. Don't wait for the rush, but get
your feet in lha eanrl now.
If yoiare thinking of huilling oow It
tht timt to git your orderi cut io it lo
hive the lumber dry when the long utyi
rnasi tnd the etrpenteri cm work with
pleasure. Remember the mint The
Nieoli Portable Stetm 8sw Mill.
Place your orders with The Portable
Steam Saw Mill, all work guaranteed.
hit', trrived,faahinnahlt moulding knives
Why need to leave your house unfinished
for want of mouMingi. Edge tnd grain
flooring of first quality, will oitwear three
floors made of flat grain. Wiudow itih
mad* lo order.
Csrrington's Gulden Leaf tea ii the
vary finest flowery orsnge pekoe. Im
ported and packed especially for us. Ia
absolutely the finest tea un the market.
HO cents t pound.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Griding contracts to lit for tht whole
or any part of eight miles of tht Knot*
��� ��y Central Railway muth from Goldtn.
Applicants to h* prepared to place equipment on the ground and start work im
meditttly,   Apply
B. C. GENERAL CONTRACT CO,, LTD.
VANCOUVER
ARTISTIC HAIR CUT 25c
EASY SHAVE 15c
HENRY*MURK'S
Next Pa 'ley's Butcher Shop.
Q. n. BRASH,
Accountant and Auditor
______ 1HTATB        Il.SURA_.OB
Ttmunnry office���Nttwirt _ Stage  Big.
NICOLA. B. C.
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public Ac.
Offl-la! Administrator
0__oe.Cern_ierc.aI Rlork. east of Post CMBm.
Kamloops, B. C.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Barrister, Solicitor and   Notary Public
(Moe:   Fa��t of Ihe Ctnadian Rank of < om
mere*, south side of Victoria street; -.amlotpe.
Moaey te loan oa real estate se._r.tv/.
Subscribe fur The Herald.
Pure honey in the comb at Armstrong's
SADDLES
N. J. BARWICK.
NICOLA B. C
F. (.. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CARRIASE AND WAlfON WORK
Horseshoing done in a
first class manner. Careful attfntion given to this
branch of the business.
All Work Guaranteed
NICOLA. B. 0.
M BEATTIE
A oo'mutant, Commission, Insurance
and Oeneral Agent,
Main Html Ktmloopt
HARDIMAN & CO.
Land Mining and Oeneral Supply Agta
Mlalef contra-tore, farm machinery, bugjrle.,
.utter-, sleighs etc. bead for our list of farm
and ininiii- properties. Reports on mining nro-
p riles through the Dtstrfcr, Cable tddre-s
" Aurum " Code*: Bromball, More.ng k Neel,
A. R. 5 .th.
Warehouse   I Word. Mcola. Valley, H. C.
WATCH REPAIRING
All kindi of Watch, Clock
and Jewelry r��i airs dont in
firtt class order and iitiifit-
tion KUsnnteed. All work
entruited to our care will he
completed and returned without delay.
W. If. CAMPBELL A CO.,
C. P. H. Time lnspectore Ktmloopt
OFFICE DIARIES
Every business man
should have one.
POCKET DIARIES
1906 All styles and
prices.
Canadiin and Whittaktr's Almtnio't
Uet-ful informs' mo  for all.
SMITH BROS
BOOE8TORB
Kainlou,s tnd Vernon
NOTICE.
Estate of John Corbett.
Deceased.
TKMtkl.a will be reeelved bj the under.
signed executors of the estate of John
Corbett. deceased, up to 12 o'clock noon. Hater
day, Ma) .'li. WO., (or the following goods
and chattels -sl.in.iu_ to the estate.
eighteen h��ad of horses (more or less) ret
slating of -evert! good mares, two rear olds
tnd yearling, It tons hay, more or less; 1 et'
firm trucks; 1 horse rake, used two seasons; I
mowing machine, used two seasons; 1 grind'
stone, 1 2. iii'-h bellows; I set single harness; 1
mt double harness; 2 cant hooks; 1 bunk saw:
1 fort plane and tools; 1 tuyere Iron; 1 tool
sharpi :iin* hammer; 4 axes; 8 picks; 1 mattock;
7 i-ovels; 2 striking hammers; I hay knife; 1
hoe; 1 scjihs and snath; 2 all foot cross ttt
saws; 1 1.1-kIok chain; 1 steel yard; 1 lantern;
I hand laws; 1 draw kntft; 1 steel square; 1
brace tnd sundry uten-ils.
TBRM8 CAHH.
Dated tl Nicola, & C, March IT, W*.
A. R. CARRINOTON,
N. J. H. BARWICK,
���-eeutora of the Estate of tbe late John
CorbeU
1 THE PEOPLES STORE.
JUST ARRIVED ^^
New Boots and Shoes,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
also some Tennis Shoes
We have  some choice
samples of
WALL PAPER
to select from.
Our Golden Leaf
and Silver Leaf
TEA
is the best on the market
for the price. 50c and
6Cc perpound.
A. R. CARRINGTON,
Proprietor.
"IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH US.'
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GO.
OF NEW YORK
Accumulated Assets $140,000,000
The Oldest Life Insurance Co. in America
Manager for���The  Nicola, Okanagan and
Similkameen Districts.
W. H. KIMPTON, Nicola, B. 0.
T
BLAIR & CO.
-DEALERSIN-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. C.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Real-ant Agent* ln Nieola for the
ROYAL, end LOUDON _ LANOA8HIRB FIRS INSURAM01 OO.'B
COUTLEE tfOTEL
COUTLEE. B. C.
Jos. Richards,      -      proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.  First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Oood BUbUnf ts 0_--**e_t___

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