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Array THE NICOLA
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/Vol. 2.   No. 11.
NICOLA, B.C., THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1906.
$2 a Year
.i
WINNY TOWMSITB.
1*   AND   AROUND LOWER   NIOOLA
BKOTION
ITEMS OF INTEREST      H!""���
Town Lott Oan ba Secured at
able Prtct_.
That Nioola town ia oo tht movt fit
crnet mort evident every day. The
owner of tht Winny Townsite, evidently
'hinks so, aa hit agent A. K CtNingtnn,
' is prepared to do business on  belt lines
At our readers know, Nicula, "the Hub
��� f the Valley," lice int m .at advantage -
"Us position. It has good water, good
drainage and it in tvery way Idea'
From t health point of view. The beat of
Wm. Prestley it in charga of t ftncing ; hunting  and   6ahing   are   within   tasy
SUNSHINE VALLEY
THB  BIST  IN  THB   PROVHHN-  OF
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
J. B Bright  Railway  Oontraator VtJUl
Commence -trading Paat Forks-
dala to Ooal Lands In the
Course of Few D-ya.
gadg at tha nut etmp out from Sptnctt
Bridgt*
At Liower Nicolt tht railway grade it
barely three milet thorter than the wagon
rotd from the Bridgt.
Barclay Bonthrone has relumed b.
Vtucouvtrfri.nl Mexico. H*iat��pecteri
at the "Willowdtle'' ranch, Lower N-usa,
within tht neit few dayt.
Jot. (Jraharae returned from tht coast
Ittt Thursday,    "Joe" reportt lhat min
ing men can obtain a quicker bearing
nowadays than heretofore.
Alf. Collett has been laid up for a tea
days with a severe cold
Mrt. II. M. Woodward tnd Mrs.
Phillips spent th* week end with Mn.
Parr at thall.
Mr. Gurnay la in charge of the pile
driving outfit at Petit crtek.
Marcus Woodward hat obttintd the
contract for getting out Dllea for the
bridge, at Cleme's, Doddlng's, Ten-Mile
Creek tnd Coutlet.
J. It. Bright will start shortly, com
plating the grade aa fares F .rksdtlt
William Vogh> haa sold several lots in
Forkadile to local investora.
The Mitttt Sophie and Paulina Stef
fens took a trip to Mamelte lak* laat
week to look up the old folks.
A. McClary is doing assessment wnrk
upon hit partnership claim on Ten
Mile creek,
Andy Smith of Coatlet it busily tn
gaged io cltaring aud fencing hit rtnch
on Pony creek.
William Murray ia contemplating hit
ting the trail for Aspen drove, to do at
ttaament wort on the Tin Ott group.
Strangers are entering within our gate-
by onts, twos tnd threes. Mott uf theui
htve t ptntivt th.ughtful look as they
glanct tt tbe aomple.td trades- for many
of tbt ttrtngers tre epeou ttivt, tnd can
tot up tbe <tlut of tht railroad to Nicolt
to tht latt dim*.
They question one aatu'tly regarding
toal, minerals and land'and art equally
astute in tvading or parrying questions
put tn themselves.
The outside world it tt latt becoming
alive to tht ftet that tht Nioola Valley
it worth invest igttirg, with an eyt to the
investment of surplus capital.
Grating tnd ootl ltodt trt booming to
t vtry considerable t item to such so
tiieui Indeed, that Id tbt very near
future tht amount of vacant land within
tasy ditttnct ol tit her wagon or railroad
will bt infinitesimal, therefore, outsiders
dettroue if locating io tht sunlight vtlley
of tht Nicolt will do wtll to get hert he
time, eltt thty will miss tbt opportunity
of thtir lues thit it tbt tltvtntb hour,
tnd tbt grouad floor it marly fall.
retch of visitors to Nicola, tnd then they
tre within hi f a mile of that flue atretclt
of water Nioola lake. Fr..m t buame-i
-tandpoint Nicola has alto ita advantages.
*hich make it tecond to none in the va1-
ley, with t branch uf CUn-da's lirst tinan
cial institution, the limk of Montreal,
provincial government .llicea. seven1
line business houses and other Indus'ne.
Ai t center for mini.g properties.
N'cola is unrivalled being a good center
from which to reach Aspen drove, Tn
Mile, Coldwater and Quilchena.
There is no doubt l.ut tint the lota in
the Winny townsite will have a good It1.
at tint business and resineniial InCtttoni
can be secured at moderate prices.
THI   PROVINCIAL FINANCES,
Efforts Should be Made to Put tbt Advantages of Nicola Valley Before
Prospective Settler.    Every
body Help.
In an editorial this week we
refer lit | e immediate neces-
siiy nf providing for the valley
a body (ii act in somewhat the
same position as the Vancouver Tourist Association. Old
iiih.bi..uvs are rather inclined
in fiifjf* the climatic and other
advantages which give such a
|iull to the \icola Valley over
���>iher parts of the proviuce.
Our columns a^e open for
the free discussion of this sub
ject by all interested, and we
should like t' i hear the opinions
of our readers, as to the advisability of calling a public
Hinting to discuss ihis matter
fully   and   also   what form ol
Htnry Murk,  barbtr, bat tn ad. in
chit istue on page 6.
Skating on tht Itkt ii juit now tba
belt tbtl bit been thit winttr.
J. W. Ptttertot. left town for Coutlee
today.
Bttlmatatof Revenue and Ezptndlturt
Tear Ending June 3C.li, 1907.
The estimates presented   ny the Hon.
R. 0 Tatlnw, mioiarer ..f tinaice for lhe
i.rovince   f iintiih c it obit, ���'�� a ..-ry b.idy would be most desirable.
ti'isfactory indication of the results .f I      a      . ���    ��� _������
.       A ______ _��� _     As this is a matter oi interest
he careful   financial  management   ahlch
hat marktd the course of the pretent to every one in the valley, The
...vernment.    An'apparent daii-it "f|\jco|a   Herald invites corres-
IIIK} 000 -111   he iii re than   made up by
he   surplus   of   ."--.r.0tsi   to  1.50.000,
w'noh tht accounts will  show at. tht end
>f the present fiscal year Hi dune, while
the conservative basis ��u   which the estl-
t.atel of . ipendiiore have heen prepared
make It altogether likely that they will
'ie grtatlf eic-e.led hy the ec'lltI re. i"p'-.
It ia interesting to *"le tha' tie ..�����'
properly   lax   is   es't nafed  at   1235,000
gainst 1250.000 for 1007 personal prop
-rty at 11.6.000 .gnust $150,000 and m
o ..nt tat at #75 000 against llCO.OOO.
Tne reduction in the ratea f the tales
a-cunt for tha bulk of these, l..wer e��t:
��� t tl and show ihar considerable relief
hta already been given to the tai pilars.
Those who ktve leen complaining of
t'.e policy nf retrenchment which hat
ben absolutely necessary  iu  the paat ii
.rder to place the finances of I ho pror
in e no a ainifi.-ti.ry f.H.tlog, will, .1 u'.t
Itaa, he p'eased t t*  that the ieiu of
puhlit works goes up''< m f 441 000 fin
1&06!��� 16117.000 for 1!X)7
The  e-timatee  for   education  do tat
-uhtttntiatt tht "blue ruin'' predictions
f opposition speakers, th* reduction ...
account of tht change in the 8. h .nl Ac
being no more than $13 000. It is clear
thtt tht educitinntl iotereait of tht pr<<��
met w II not suffer unduly it tht kind
of tht present government.
NOVELTY  IN  FIRB ESCAPES.
Letters Patent Have Been Granted to
a Local Inventor.
Our readers will be interested to Ittn
'hit I novelty in Brt escape! hat just
been patented by f, W Zegl.r of Nicole
The invention hai ttken tht palenttr
mu. I timt tnd labor to mature and per
fact.
It consists nf a caiiig containing a lin-
of ropt wound on t pullty, one end of th.
line r.ing tiled to �� window eill or othei
tuirablt object. On the same shaft will
the pu ley ie a spur gear, keyed to th.
shaft which revdlves with the pulley and
through au intermediate gear, iini_e.li
ately heluw the pulley, tranamitt motion
to a -i.rtu wheel on th* tame shaft tht
worm wheal engaging with a worm placed
at right anglea to thu other gear. A Irvet
is pivoted abort iht worm, out uf h
end b ariogs of which being conical pa-
let through tht lever which acti aa a
brake on the worm. Below the casin,
is hung a ttrap or tuitthle receptacle,
into which t pert'.ii can be placed and hj
controlling the lever winch puses thrug
tie end of the casing ran all..a himself m
be lowered to tht ground tl any desired
rate. !'.._;.! ia its uses as a fire eaCapr,
litre are many others in which the iu
veuli'U can be utilized to advantage
We understand the inventor is in correi
pondence with parties desirous of takii g
up the manufacturing nghtt of tht in
vtntn.n.
KAI-EN ISLAND
NIOOLA ATHL.T10 ASSOCIATION.
Arrangement Being Made to Ftnoa tha
Association's Property.
The cu.mitt... of the Nicola Athletic
Asm .it'mo met on Wednesday at the
lit k Cottage and transacted the husineee
of the association. The roiumittte have
purchased the Int adjoining the one donated by R H. Wj. ny md are making
arrangement* with the Nicolt Portthle
8.eo.iil Co, to supply the necessary
posts and luuiherti.r lencing.
It il ihe intention to erect th* fence
Without delay and have the grounds levelled up tnd in thape for first elate
grounds,
LOOAL NEWS.
Sunday Schuol a.nice will nut ht held
u i Sunday afternoon.
,1. Vaughan  K.vs representing capital
la nailing the Nicola valley.
Militia Prornotlont.
Miliilt orderi from Onawa announce
tbe promotion of Captain. Leilie, Ogilvit
tnd Lafferty of tht Royal Canadian Artillery and Capt. Houliston tf the Roytl
Canadian Kaginaen tn rank of Major.
Biickt For Sal*.
A quantity of  firtt data bricki   for
tal*.   Apply to tht Bank of Montreal.
IL _ Cull for mmt time employed
with ('.i A. K. Howst Co., Ltd , leaves
fur tha Northwest on tomorrow's ttagt.
pondence on the subject.
There is no manner of doubt
that the valley must do something in advertise itself and
bring in a desirable class of
settlers. Also might not the
branch of the Farmer's Institute in the valley do s miethin g,
as a body, to show what can be
done in the valley in the way of
general farming, fruit gr.iwing,
the most desirable varieties to
grow, and what success a new
settler is likely to meet with in
his endeavor.
The Nicola Herald has only
touched the fringe of the sub
ject, Kvery man, woman ami
child in the valley can do something to help along the work I 	
in Nicola Valley.    Suggestions     Tomorrow ��� the 17th of Ireland and ia
j   .a, t teaat day according   to chureh calendar
are opportune,  send  them in,
and let evt-rybody do a little to,
_             fs        a             ;    '1. M. Brash will heinC.uileeonFri-
shoW to the out.ide, what an d,. ind s,,ur,t.y i -tt prospective
excellent place this Valley of purc-i.*��� of kmm F..rkadait.
Sunshine is.
lamti Murchiaoo and  Wm. Ric* trr
dowu it Forksdale assisting  in  the ertt-
non of t residence lor Joseph Marshall.
00M1._TT_.E8 REPORT EXONERATE
GOVERNMENT.
Joeeph Marshall is building a residence
uu his laud adjoining Forksdale.
John Whitefor.l of the D.uglai Lake
Cattle Co's ranches was in t..wu yesterday
Railway Oommlttlon
The railway commission sit-
ting at Ottawa last week heard ���Th'""'** Pl,'uhU s,Mia 8;" ���'
�� ! Frank   Woodwtrd   prupnetor, hat dis
the protest of the Vancouver, !,,���,,_,. hn property. J. Men.iet being
New Westminster and other j ��"��� in ��bargt ����d uptnting the mill at
coast boards  >f trade against Ten MlU- 	
alleged freight rate disirimin-    w. H. Brant bt* purchated tht home
ation by the C P. R.   Joseph |*"�� '"' ,roro ���*��� av^^H-*- *h��
.,      - ,     j Nicola Herald office uo Main street, and
Martin put upastrong case for h- m������d hi, ,hop tnd mmum int0
the boards. i this part of the town.
Found Nothing to Indicate That Than
Had   Been   Any   Deception   on
th* Part of tbe Government
or Ita Member*.
Tht rtport of the Kti-en itltnd com-
.nittet prettnted itt report to tht house
ait Wednetday. It tet forth fully tht
���oik tnd objecti of tbe commit tie, tod
���.tied thai all tht witnesses summoned
'ad bean examined with tht ei.tptiou of
Mes-rs Ltrten tad Mortt, whom they
could not compel to ittend, After giving
i resume tf the wall known history of
thetranstction, the report continued tbtl
'he committee found that the lands bad
bt*n tramftrred to tht Grind Trunk
Pacific by order in council, tnd undtr
���ection III of tht Land Act, tod lhat it
ruly complied with iht provisions ol tbtl
>ct.   That tht railway company had paid
0 tht  province f 10,1)00 for then* lands.
1 be committee duds also that Peter I_ar-
en, knowing that the 0, T. P. would  rt-
quire lands for a terminus on thia eoeat
att about to require the mott suitable thtt
e cuid bad. For this purpose ht tin-
pi. y.. James Anderson fur eiploratory
a.rk, and E. V, Bmiwelt ta hit legal ad-
User. Mr. Larseu, beirg t wetllhy n.ao
> ished t.. o tain the.t landa, nut fur iht
mdiey be could make hy tilling them,
but to establish friendly relations with
the railway company for hutineta pur-
posts, he i.inge large railway contractor.
'ames Anders di, acting fur Mr. Letten,
entered intu in agreement to givt tn op*
Ion on the lands at Keren island to tht
'���rand Trunk Pacific Company for $.0.
I'll", which was not appr-ved by Lareen.
Larsan and Anderaon had other negotia-
'urns, which dia not com* within tht
seope uf tbt investigation. The toiumil-
fee tiudt lhat the railway company wat
aansfied with the agreement with tht
government made on nt behalf hy E V.
B.iiiw.ll, and thtt the government re-
inied to treat with E. V. B o*ell in regard to the lands till it was assured hy a
telegram from Mr. Hays thai he was its
I -credited agent. That Hie land at Kai su
island wu third claas land, and w_s only
*orth ft ao acre, ihe price paid f.<r ir,
aud ita vulue Could pot he enhanced un-
leal it were made t terminus. That
secrecy was esaeni lal tn ensure the success
fill carrying out ..f th* negotiations io t
business Ilk* manntr.
The committee alto found that the tirat
reserve on the Taiuipsein peninsult covered Kal eu island alio, it being not
known as an island tl lhat timt tnd it
oun.i u.ithing to indieatt that Ihtrt htd
been tny deception un lhe part. f any
uiemher nf the gourrnment or of tht
tatida and works dipartu.ai.t, ind thtt th*
transact ion wis unt in the besi interest*
. f the province.
Mr. (iarden moved lhat the rtport bt
received when the letder of tht opposition snd ht htd t motion to mtkt aod
endeavored to havt t minority rtport of
tht oommittet presented
Tbt spesker tttted tbtt it wtt out of
order to deil with mnrt thtn nnt thing it
t tint. Tbtre wit tlretdy t motion baton tht house in .onntction with tbt
othtr rtuort, tnd thtt mutt bt disposed
of first.
__Mr Mtcdonild tndetvored to btvt tbt
report put on tt tmendment but tht
speaker gat* a ruling that th* amend
ment wat oat of older and that tht minority rtport oould not bt rtctivad by tba
hoot*. THE NICOLA HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
P��M_tkt-l Every Tkurt-ay
fkak-wnptiua. la A_\r_ne*. M aTaar
Nnu. A C. Mi-m U Its.
THE NICOLA VALLEY.
Now that spring is approach
ing and we are within reason*
able distance of seeing crowds
flocking into the valley.   The
Nicola Herald thinks it is time
that something was being done
to boost the valley in a systematic way.   A few of our inland
cities have started a crusade to
boost their respective towns by
founding clubs to push the advantages of their districts and
to increase the stream of settle
ment; why shouldn't the Nicola
Valley be doing the same thing?
We have a climate second to
none in the world, pure water,
grand hunting and fishing within easy reach,  and then wc
have our farms, cattle ranches,
coal, copper and other mineral
properties all around us.     If
anything is to be done, it must
be  done   systematically,   the
flash   in   the  pan advertising
scheme has had its day, and we
must get down to something
solid and substantial to show ti
outsiders the advantages both
climatic  and   physical of om
Nicola Valley,   When the iroi
horse   comes  into  the valle\
dragging its stream of coachr
and prospective settlers aligh
r EYEGLASS
1       Cl
ATM
Mm
If you wish neat and thoroughly comfortable eyeglaiK.
that will not fall oil, that you
cannot shake off, our Sta-Zon
will tuit you.
MALLERY DRUG CO
KAMLOOPS
NOTICE.
Official Administrator's Act
In rt latttt of
ANTOINE GODEY,
TINDKR- will r, recei�����_ ., U* ��.<_-
lifted far ths par-bat* of tketanaaal wny
���rtt, aad Ibe rati ttlatt tf Ut let* tattle.
(Mty.   Tarn,, cask
I-rtlstlais -beret, mar be tbttlatd fnw
Peter -ta-.ee. i Nletla. H 0.
i-l.ta' D. M-CIriTTRl,
Ct-leal 1-_.i-1.u_uh i .... , of Tel*.
Kaeiloops. B. C.
J; ��S3;
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ASK TOUR DBALBR FOR
"Kurtz's Own"
"Kurtz's Pioneers"
"Spanish Blossoms"
UNION MADB OIO-UU.
KURTZ'S PIONEER CIGAR FACTOR!
14B Cordova 8t  W.
VANCOUVER B 0.
_A_.  O. F.
|OOI
V. i  teeoni aad fnartk 'ride, la eacb nsnatk
tt I p "i  In r-ttaf '��� Hall,    visiting Sretkrea
IURT NK'tll.A, No. Ml. A.O. _��., a*li
see
ard-aUy lav >>i
NICOLA A8-.-_f-_.KNT DISTRICT.
TAX NOTICE
NOTICK Is hereby (Ives la eccof_��_ee with
the Statutes, that I'rovlnrUl KeveaaeTai an.
all aast-ied tai. ��� and income tai aasaaael and
levied aader the Asseesmeit Aet aod amend
n.ente. are now due aad payable for the year
WH All taxes collectable for the Nicole ute-
meat d 1strlet are dne and payable at my o_.ee,
situate tt Nicnla. This notlre, In terms of law
Is equivalent ta a pern ma) demand by mi upon
all persons liable for taxea.
"WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW"
THE STORE OF QUALITY
THE STORE OF PLENTY
The Largest and Most Complete Oeneral Stock in Nicola
UKO.   -4URR4Y,
Assessor and Collector,
Nicnla Assessmeat INstriel.
Nicola Poet < -Ice.
Dated at Nioola ����� h of rehruarv, 1908.
Call and examine our Gfoods before purchasing elsewhere as we are selling at your
own prices
DRY 000D8
CLOTHING
HATS, CAPS
BOOTS AND 8H0E8.
Bring along the CASH and see what we
can do for you   No fake
Biggest Snaps ever offered in the
Nicola Valley.
WE MEAi; BUSINESS
Ml HI*.. OUTHKTT
A. R. V. ft. London.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Ktmlonpt, H. C.
Assays and anal, see ot (tree, C*al g__ la
dusirla1 prs-ucla.
eamplee by mall *r elate receive tressp'
aMentl.a.
T.
J
menu
Riv. 0. Mtiox. i . R.
VV. Ooniioa \1.-n_r See.
mkice
Thirty days after date 1 Intend to apply to
lie chief comnilsslnner. f lands and woiks for
i license to prospect for .-I on the following
and. :
there is flO   body tO meet them      Commencing at a pnst maiked C. I Steven
, i son then * running U) chains ���, thence so \
and answer the various ques- *_*���*_*>��_:*'��� ,J,^.___________ ****
��� initial ps^nf place. f conin.en. ement.
tinns   which  a  newcomer at
Jan. -th IIO-,
. ��.. -iiv.'iihi.ii i.s- or
J, V, Adair, agent.
Once aslCH   Of   distribute   litCra        oommen In. at apost marked �� I.. Murdoff
and running Ihen.-e >t ehalna ��., thence 8
chains H. ihence 80 w, theme 80 N to initial
poet or place of comm��� u.-ee .-nt
F. L Huidi.ff. 1". alur.
ture of the valley.   The neces
sity of such a body must be ap   .... Wln I9fA      . c ttmt,,,-,
parent to every   one.       Surely     Commencing at a post mar-cr!   a. J.  Vsn
. ,'    I   ui, , i Houten and running t'.en.'e 80 i hams r. ihence
NlCOla Valley Can take a leSS' n   80. bains S.t-ejiceeyhair.s>>.th.n eMr-aine
from the outside, and follow
the lead of our cities.   A body
W. J. KERR
Watchmakerjeweler
KAMLIMIPM, B. C.
All ii.iHs of   Wan ties. Clicks, Jswelri,
ttc, le|it in stuck.    Wedding pre!
��i.ts �� specitlty.
First nleas repair, rlnnt on ermrt nolle
and return*! a. .-nee
NICOLA
METROPOLITAN
HEAT MARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Orderi thru.,..,.! tht Dittriet reoeivt .artful ati-ntian and  prompt    dtli'e.t
Fresh Fish Every Friday.
N.lO'-itialp storplacenfci.il.   encui.ei..
��'. J  Van Hnuten, locat r
Jan. 29 h. 1900.        J.'. Adair   gam,
fommen' ingatanoa' ma-ked f>. fl Willi ms
| running I heme 80 chains K. I hence 80 chains st
like   the   Vancouver   lourist, hen.-iMc-aine*.ihenee*..,.��.,, ni��mm
post or place of Otfnnieo. etneii'
Association is wh it is w-inted,
with every member prepared
to boost Nicola Valley first,
last and all the time. It is up
to theinh.ibit...iis figetoutand
boost the valley in their correspondence with relatives, friends
and business relatii ns. \ou
can't have too much of a good
thing.
Hon. Mr, Carter Cotton introduced in the legislature "An
Act to Amend the Liquor Licence Act." The object of thr
bill was to limit the number of
licences issued in the province
to three in a place of 500 population, and .ne for every thousand thereafter. Three in a
town of 500 people might seem
a good number, but many such
places had now five or six and
Mr. Cotton explained that once
the bill was in operation it
might still further be amended
and limited. All admitted the
desirability of imposing a statu
tory limit on the number of
licences to be issued by licen
.ing boards.
Jan. 29th, 1806
I). i* Williams. lo< ator,
J. 0, Adair, agent.
rommetirlng at p.st mar'.ed J. Krederlc
Morley, tunning Ihenee 80 I. ,.n- K ihen.e 80
i, thence 8n chains W, i le nee so chains N. ha. k
to the Initial post or r>lacr..f '....iinenc.ii.rni
J  Frederick 'i.vley. Ii.at r,
Jan _>th. 1906,     J. I. Adau, agenl.
Commencing at a post marked (} t. Wonder
and running hence go ehalna K. 'hence80��'h. n-
d thence 8nchains Va, th. nc m ��� hains N to the
Initial post ur placeof c mrm-ion em.
O.J. '1 iiinl.r In a'or,
Jan. tilth, I*.. J.C Adai. ��.c.t
Commencing at a pott marked Jn-eph'o.<���
tllllon and running thence 80 .hi'. W, then e
HI 'hams M. ttienr M.-ham- ��., theno SO chains
S, to initial potior pltc. of con.inline., ent.
Jan -'h. 1906.        Joseph ('osilliiui, Im ,.lu.
Commencing at a pnst marked J.      .rlalr
and thence lUtnlng 111 chains Vt, 'hen.-e so
chains B. thence 80chains K, th. nc. 8111 hiiusN
.o initial i oat or place of tn__n_a c   em.
Jan ��. l��_ J.C.Adair I .-ator
t^nmmenclng at a post marked J. A. Kenmn.
sal running thenoe 80 chains t-,th<uce>.
a, .hence 80 chains K thence SO chains K, It.
initial post or pla. e of commencement.
J. A. Kenning, looat- r,
Jan. �� h, 1906.        3. C. Adair, agent.
Commencing at t post msrked W. R. Flun.
erfelt and running thenoe 80 chains W, thence
80 chains _L thenoe 80chains K thence W chains
N to Initial poet or placeof commencement.
W. K. Flnmerfelt. lia?at"r.
Jan. ��th, 19N. J. C. Adair, agent.
PORTABLE STEAM
It prepared to take cnrrreci f.ir
tawing lurn' tr tnd gsiting ott
timher.
Uearl-I Mill�� wailra-rta Klt._t>-
Pmcil- MODlHATt
Partial wis'it.g w..rs can htv* sea.,
pn.mp'ly atieiiderl i.. '.V a. |.'tn.| to
F. D. W(M>DWARD.
Nicele, B 0.
Lttve jour orden with N. I. Berwick.
f..r lumber who it .gem tm 'lit Nienls
Pi.rtat.lf Steani 8aw Mill ht tan kelp y. .
pita ..ut tn nrdrr
JAtJK.   POOLKT
w*Twpwit>wmw
Notice.
Notice is hereby give* that todays after date
I tatend to aptly to Ike Hoa. the chief con.
miasloner ef Lands and Works for perm-slon
tn purchase 180 aorta of pasture land sltuated
*a Voght creek, in the Nicola Division of Vale
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
188-   190.
HaW WHTMIM-rTU, I. 0.
Hav W. J. Hirratix, B. A., B.D.
Rtv. J. P  Bowill, Btrtar
lltstrict, situated as follows: commencing ats
post marked J. C B. south east corner, planted
about two miles and a half up Vogkt orerk,
and about 10 chains went from Tbompsnn's land
thence running west 10 ohaias, Ihenee north
10 chains, thenee Kast 40 chains, thence South
10chains to point of commencement ooatainlag
an area ol 160 acres more or lest,
JAM 18 C. RHIW.IW
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li _ Ii, Express
iJ Stage
*l>wo General Livery
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B C.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every   I hursday lor Nicolt lake. Kamloopi,
Princeton and way points at 6 a. m.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 aim,
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday for Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
Every  Sunday   6 a. m., arriving Spences
Bridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
Every Tuesday and Friday for   Spenee��
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
Canada and Prarei.no*.
Sidney Fisher, the minister for agritul
tore ..I Canada, ill eddreseing the Kuforii,
l.luli at Montreal, made a notable speech
recently un preference for the Colonies:
"I tm rather glad," he sad "that Bar
ltnd has decided n\ to give us preference
because I believe that men who auc.et-.il
best in business tieither give nor take
favors. Canada makes M demand .1
Kuglami to l.ui.l-ii herself in ur.ler to
benefit us nt any ..'her part nf tlie rm
pire. No preference in the ..Id laii.l it
iieude.1 tu keep us attache.) 11 theempirr
For Sea Sick Passenger*
The llamliurg Aiuensan S'eain'h :���
company are teating a chair u. prevent
sea sickness. The appatatus cinsist-
uuly of a small elecrtc in..t..r, win. I
keeps tbe seats ..f ipttiallf _tt__ thtir*
in constant in..tinn. I'.saengera whu an
liable to sea sickness take their places on
the chairs, and experience a siiml.ir feeling to thtt nf driving in a nn.'.ir oar.
The Editor's Reward.
Verily the path of the country editor is
a path uf thiiriis.
His brea.l is promise ami hii meat, is
ditappointntnt,
His cr.-iiiti.rs chase him by day and th. j
devil  grinneth   at him  in hll Mrnains l.j
nig-t.
Unesuhscriptii.nl in wmnl, anil, hehnl.l.
it li rotten and s'.ggy, and uf shnrt ine.s
ure.
He puffeth the sinper g'atia, ihen at
tendeth, pays his .piarter, and receivetl
twuuysters nr three strawberries.
He buniiieth the town and all thing
therein, and recetveth im supp..r', an.i t
a prnphet with, ut h'.nnr in Ins Ml
country.
Two young people marry and he givetl
Ihem a great iiulf; they |-i tn h.'Ua.
keeping and lake'h nnt a paper-
He ia bound rinan wnh woe, and hi
days are full of |ri*( ami trout.le ami lex
ation nf spirit.
Hut In- glideth al.n.g ami enliireth ii
pitieni'.'. and it is written that he sha
have his reward at the judgment, An
we believe it, but it's a lung way.itf ��� r_��
IN THE .ITl-l-MKCUUKTOK HKi'l
1SH COH'MlilA.
In Probate
(n the (int.da nf
JOHN COI.H-.TT,
Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all credt
tors mil nth tl iters ns having any shun
or demands ag-t'iiai the estate of .lulu
Corbett late nt Nicla in the c unty nl
Yale, B.C., deceased, whu dnd oiitl.
1st day uf Fein ii ry, 1906. ami eh.-ewil
was proved in the Y.le It gistry "il lit
2.th day of February l'JOti, Uf An hi.
Richar.ls.iii Ctrringtiig anil N.Hiani.
Joseph Henry Idrwnk the executui
therein naine'l are hereby re.(uir.d It
tend particulars iu writing of their claim
nr demands duly verified tn the unlet
signeil eolii'iior for the said execti'-.r. . .
or before the lirst day 14 May, 1906 a
the undermentioned address, after ��lnc)>
date tl.e laid eiiculnrs will proceed ii
distribute the assets..f the said deceas.r
anioiigat the parti.�� entitled thereto tiling regard "liy t' the claims anil deinaii.(
of which ih.-y shall then have had nntict
and the said executors will not lie llain
fur the assets of lhe said deceased or Ml)
part thereof so distributed In am pers. i
or ptrsntia nf wh.se claims or demand
they shall nut then have had nniire.
Dated ihis-th day nf March. 1��H>6.
JOHN D  8W ANSI IN,
Kainluo|.a. B. C.
Solicitor fnr tht said Kie.utori.
NOTICE.
In the matter of "the Official
Administrators Act."
Estate of
AntoineGodky. Deceased
rpiCNDKRS will be received bv the undersign-
ed up to the 1st day nf May, A. tt* l-Oft, for
the purchase of the homestead of the late
Antolne Godey situate about Ave miles from
NI ola in tbe Nicola Valley. Ihe following
Improvements are aaid to be on the lands:
Under cultivation fstl acre., house, store room
stable, chicken h .use. Implement building, two
miles fencing (log and wlrel 1 log oorralli, two
stack yards, half mlledilch, Valued by compel
ent valuators at $1290 00. The land is said to
have a good water supply.
AL.BC D. MACINTYRK,
Offl-al Adn-tnleUa-r.
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THE NORRIS SAFE & LOCK CO
SEATTLE, WASH.
Frank G. Benson,   ,-   -   -   Agent
VANCOUVER, B. C.
NICOLA, ac
Ttltphont No. 7.
?Main Sttzet
HicJ^s & Lovic\
Piano Company
Limited.
Pianos in Stock
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The Pianola Piano, The Pianola
663 Granville Street, Vancouver,
88 Government Street, Victoria. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
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RESERVED FOR
WINNY TOWNSITE
W9\ ^_-l*w"a_sVT     _s*tra_
The Hub of the Valley
S S Lots from $40 to $200 S S
A. R. CARRINGTON, AGENT THE   NICOLA   HERALD
T__N   THOUSAND   BRIDBS.
To Bt Provdled For Unmarried Settler*
of Canada.
I'.. its inultifaiious agen.iis the Salsa
turn Army is to add at once that nf a mat
Limine! I iireaii on a great scale
Thia far reaching deetai >n has juit h en
taken at a conference ..f officials in Lin
I .ii "We helieve that the tune has ar
r.ved when the Army can !���* nf n��efu
service in this respect to t'i�� entire
world," said Mr. C.ouiha. territorial cni
inissmner, wh se hetdq iir'ers are Is.
Tnrnnto.
Wurlt is tn hehegue forthwith. Fi ti
niarriageal.le ynuug w.i.i.en will li-.u
London fnr Canada nn the 6ral einigram
steamer, Kensington, which was to tai
in March 1, md ..there will full..* mm.
altera arils.
"There are 10.000 men at least i
Csnada waiting fnr hrides,'' said Maj. i
Morris, deputy Mtvttiry f. r eungrati..i..
According to Cnlnnel Lamh, head n
'he emigration department in London,
lhe Hi.lv-ti.jn Army will act as a chapel-
me
''We intend," he laid "to tee that a
y.'iiii. girl is g ven a  prnper nnv .tn.-nn
snd placed in  the righ'  sncielyi in fact.
11 di. tht | r. I'tical  thing  in l tOfMs���-'
sense htkioa.
When a girl hts a prnposil she ca1
have prnper advice. If she K.awesha
inquire int.. the ch .ra-ier and pedigree n
her suitor "
The . fticials will arrange such en'.r
lait nn nts as gar-'el. parties and ha.v 1
festivals tn allow the men fmm the ��esl
ern plains to n. et the, young wntnun.
JOHN 0. ADAIR
MININGENJINEERCOAL&OILEIPERT
Is prepared to examine coal
properties and furnish reports on same. Terms to
suit all.    Nicola, B. C.
Empire Expansion
A unique hhie' on- puMiaat- showa lha
since 1801 the area .if the British Frapir
haa ii.eieaH.-il (mm etgltt tnd t half mil
li..|i tn twelve niilli.'ii SM .fa* nv't* t_H
thep.imlati.in from 250 010,0(10 to 54',���
00-l 000
In'ri'd.icinir thoarmy tst mates, a an ri-
ting tn 1150,000,000, Wir *mwh%m H I-
dine ��aid the lulling.Ml r mii ed g
er .ffi-ienci at  less eipenliture.   Conscription 'i not tlnu.l I of.
N'ntloe le h.'rebj g ven that thirty days after
late I intend to ...ply 'O ike Hon the tb ef
..niinl Sinn... nil iinls sn.1 wnrks fur a lic.-.tse
i tjawtottt f..r coal on tbe folluwitg dtscribed
amis :
I'oiiimenoinirst n pnst marked A. H. Cross-
n a VV t-.r.i.r running Ka-I HO cha ns, Ihenee
null) SO chains, ttten.T *esi ftUc.alns. theme
...lib HU chains, l..il.lia Lost.
A.H.UWI'aKMAN, l>..ainr.
W, O. Murray, Agent
-_|*atar, Nicla, Feh. in, luoi.
(.nmnienciiigat a'..��at ma ked Jas. i'nrbett. N.
c ru.r running Wes -ii.li.ina, then e -nii'h
in c> a.ns li ids Kist >o ih ne. ri- rlti 81)
hiii.s i.iniilal o; i .Ms . iiKKK'T Isn-hIim.
W 'J vi ii ray, aaaftl.
oldwuter. Nicnla. Keh in, 1UO0
r-oiitnelicing al a post tumk.d I S I,-in.nit
s'. W. ...ner  ruaning > .-' H Dtia��� , ibanr-1
nu Ii SOcha n-. mat t_.lii.in   Ihenee north W
��� i,iU.K. Ill      II ..I [n-s .
H. H. LA-KIM T, liiir.i.t.ir.
W   O   Mur.ay, Agent,
'o'.lwnter, Xienla, Feb HI, _���_,
('.inniieii.-ii g it h. imih1 inii'led llagiia Hail
..an N K. ...r> er mi.B'lie -tt' 8" eliain-,
���lieiiceanii.li N. hains, ilnniv t���st st tba__-,
lleine North IU Chain . tni  I.Ill pnsl.
..AtlUA H A It I' vi   N,U*_tnr.
Mur sy, Agenl
'oldwaler, Vte.i'a. ����� b. 10. Ilrti.
r.o " en. it ig ti. a i est maikin! G-aasfi H 'I
sn N *\. -rner itnnhg Ka.i s_ ,hairs
'i ncetaiiutliso hains, tbenOe Wes hi chain..
In nee Nurth _Bch��li.��iotu|.i��i p..s.
a��: illHK Wit I,MAN   i. c tor.
u . '��� -Ill raj. agent
oldwater, Me la  F. b  10 l!Sh.
i ..iniii-iieing nl n i.nj* marked M K. t'o be'l
N. Kcrner mi nntg Wet SO chain- th. t cc
..uth Hi. cl,ali.s tb. n-1- ssi N. chains, Uien.e
Vonh 80ch Ins to initial pe '.
M. K. fair!   KT\ Locator,
W. (i   viunay, Agent
noldw.it'r. Nlcoln, F.b 111. lis".
romnencing a'a p..sl marked VV (I. Mur-
ay's, N. >.. .nrn r. ru ning Kast 80. hains,
it..-n.e south HOi-h-in-, the.ne W.st Bt.rl.ai-s,
hence Noith 80 chains to initial p.-st.
VV. O. M.I'trlAY. Looator.
Coldwater, Nicnla Feb. 10, I90K
romttisn.-ing at a post marked H. F. Kn.s
N. hi. n.r... r running v\est Hi. chain , thence
���s.urhSOchii n-ihei Ce Kast HO chains thence
Nurth 80-Indus to initial pos'.
H  K. ROM, 1-w.tor.
W  il  Muiray, Agent.
Coldwater. Nicola, Feb. 10, 19*.
Commencing at a post marked J. M. Crnok
V, VV corner running Kaa' HO chins then.',
south HO chains, w esi 80 chains .'lence North
80 chains in initial post
J. M. ('HOOK, l-icator.
W. O  Murray, Agent
I'l.ldwaler, Nl.nla, Feb. 111. 19-
Commencing a'a pns' marked .1. H   Austin
N. K. c rn.r running w.st hii, bains Ihenee
u'I. Ml .1.-ui-. theme Kast 80 chains, ttienoe
North 80 chains to initial p s>
J. 8. AUSTIN. I->cator.
W, 11. Murray, Agent.
Coldwater. Nicola, Feb. 10. 1.08.
Commencing at a post marked J. F. Mur
jra.'s, N. w, cnrner   running Kast go i hains
absolutely the _____ tta on tha market,   th meruit 80. h..ins. ihen.. " ost.HO ibalns
thence Nnrin 80 chains.ln initial i...a .
i. ��. MLHtHAY, Loeator,
VV. U   Murray, Agenl.
Coldwater, Nicola, Feb. 10 19��
t' .in. ncing al a post marked H. I. Chapln
N. K. .nrn-r running weal 80 thatna, Ihence
Smith 80chains, thenee Kast 80 chains, thenc..
���     Warnlrg to the Kal er
France is still minus a in'ni-"y but s
semi nffic1.1 nnte has ham issued as f I-
lows; "The m'tiisterisl crisis dots n I
lifer' the French policy at the I) r cc
ennfersnee." Thi�� ia taken tube a *a>n
ing tn f-ermany. It is believed a ie' . fl
arranged between France and Germain
will be given effect to at A'g"Ciras next
week.
Dominion Parliament Opened.
At the opening of the House of Com.
ninns last Friday, Pr. mier Lmrier an-
nnunced tha' the suasion would be shnrt.
Tanff legislation will be p..stp..ne<l till a
special fall schsi.ui, the change being ren
dered necessary by the recent accident t"
Fielding, who will be unable tu attend to
business for a month.
THB PLACE TO BUT TOUR
SMOKING GOODS IS AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
KAMI-OOP.
Full stock of Il-tin.* If and Imported Cigars,
tnd the best sumking tobacco always ud band.
Drop in and enjuy a quirt Bast* nf Hilli.rdi.
Agent for the Pioneer steam laum.l. y, Vaneou
ver.   Laundry sliipO-d every Hai unlay.
IIUII I ����
UNDERTAKING
j. r. McGregor
Lower Nicola, B. O.
UNDERTAKING
TUTONn.KAL H'lT^U Kmul.H.p-. N'anolenn
^���^   I_Hlrv-iiii)iiil e. i to ri�� I        >ir*l < I ��_n in
(���vtiy  ..urn. uUr     ����� ���  VhVti.  I-Kjuort uid
riKftin.   rttHbliiik. in r nil' m
KAMKHH'-* H'l'-K,  I'  Ht r tl. imiprMnr.
H�� nl Sim k   f w ii'-, I1411" - Hi-ti mgrni- in
���h" Int*Tinr, J'i-| Uf r-,1'. f >r h nirt*. (nit rt'
frtawhiai _I.H�� uf hi'iT. \\\\-' \m Kmisiuii n
Ml. ill
GRAND I'ACIKI)' HOTVU Kmitiooiw.  Ihn
ii��Hirhi rV��t-rl " lh_ rriil Hj Kimiun.    'I h**
only   hivim nir',.   h'liil   f r  t r < v�� !���������      O <w1
inonirt,   tcniMl   'Il   II', ��M'i-l   |-_)l-Ot_L       I wu   i������ r k#-
4 tin pie rottniH.   i'. A  Mn'iliai . i-rn-'icior.
liu-Hl -Mli'iii- ill nti.lit'fTlon.
XOTICE.
A slII'lti.VT M'll Kl..   The ii nat i-utiv nient
"���   ho el fur visit...-In a.-h'Tuft.   The b st nf
liehnaiil.    IP.t .inn  i..1.1  baths,   "inrre re-
-������n a'ive inc. Is all trams.   Jnlmwui k I'eikii.s.
niprietiirs.
Mop nt lhe
ROCKFORD HOUSE
ItiiBT,  NXrfffi  l'ro|niMh.r
When   tra.vi-.ttJg   wn   ll-f Nk*"U ruau.,
(1 nvf-nie.ir (fluff ti.rtrHvri.T-, ftttt. $$*��'
(���<Olllil.'ifiiM..fi1
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000 Rest, $10,0x0,000
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $801,855 41
Total Assets        ��� $158,232,409.51
HONORARY PUSS-DENT:
Rt. Hon. Lord atrathcona and Mount Royal, O. O. H. O
PHBHIDENT. - - -        Sir a*o. A Druiamond. K. 0. M O.
VIOB PRJB8IDKNT AND OENRRAL MANAOBR,   -  B 8. OLOUBTON
Head Office   Montreal
SAVINGS HANK D__PAl.TMENT
l)i'|K)sits received from  $1.00  and  upwards.     Interest
credi.ed iwice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
WM. RILF.Y
General Blacksmith
H'TSoShiieli'lf a  spe_i*l|i
NIOOLA L.RK, It ��'
RANKING BY MAI
lep-.-its may he made and withdrawn by mail,
town acoiunis receive every attention.
Out of
JfilCOLA   Bn&NOH
A.W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
Ctrringt.in's fialrlen Leaf tea is the
very tinett fl.wery iTain* pekot. Im
porttd ind pscked especially f..r us.   1
60 osnts a pound.
The Ottawa unvernrntnt has advised
the Prnvini'ial authorities that it will take
over the Darojr Island  Leper Lazarttto
N..Itl. tail ehains lo loltlal
III1 D al
II. L Chanin, 1-orat.ir.
tfenl.
immediately, and ask for the title tn the: , _ _   ,   _.   *���__.Murray
' C'<ld water, Nioola, FeV 10, 1��_
island.
Carrington'* Sitter Leif Ita la tht lies'
60el. tet on the market. It is t fin
onngt pekoe, t tlraight assam ttt. N<
home complete ��iih ut it.
ISTOTICE.
A sitting of the County Court of Tale,
���ill be held in the 0 urt II .use, Nioola,
B. C, on
Monday, 21st May 1906
at 10 a.m.
G-O.    MllRKSV,
C, 0. Re.ittrtr.
i
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it
CENTER OF THE COAL BELT OF NICOLA
TOWN LOTS ALSO ACRE LOTS FOR SALE
Unequalled as a
SU-nrper Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
QUILCHRNA, B. 0.
Pr_pLrcH.i_P> Is situated near the junction of the Nicola
PUrlxbUd.C an,i Coidw iter rivers with the railro id grade
within one mile of it and the survey to the town limits It will
be tue center of the finest mining district in British Columbia.
Pa_*ir cH._ 1A nes m tne center ��f tne Coal Belt�� wmcn ia
r0ri\5UalC being: developed and will soon be shipping
Coal.   Near this point the Nicola Va ley gets its Coal supply.
Pr_f L- cH n 1 p wil1 be tne supoly point for the well known
rOri\5UdlC mining camps of Aspen Grove, Iron
Mountain, Ten Mile and the Coldwater, where many properties are being developed.
Get a Lot now
and flake Money
Terms can be arranged
Fall particulars, prices, etc., on application to
G. M. BRASH,   -   -   Sole Agent THE NICOL/. HERALD
LOCAL NEWS
It. M. McKeowu came in from Aspei.
tlr.iveon Monday and will spend t Ira
days iu town.
Wm. Small  returned  from  Oktntgti
im.ling on  Saturday evemug   where he
tot a couple of months.
<~!enr_e li- nt went up to I><>Ui{lai lsk>
last week aod returned to town on Mi -
day. He r>|..irts the weather ijuite fresl
uu lhat way.
J <hn M-. i. ta hat r.tiirne.1 from Kam
loops tn Q il i-h.-oa af'er l.eing in th.
K j *l [aland H.-Uriel with a badly in
j.ire.l arm f r some tune.
Frank (!. Hi'iiaiii i f V.ii.i.u.-er, re|.
���attatinf the Norris Safe it Lock Co., wt
Seattle, arrived on Mon.iay't slage froii.
Kalliioi|.a on a haJtltett trip.
During  th.-  of.snii( nf  the school the
interior .f the >cho-.|  hui'.lii,g is l.ein.1
1  renov.ted   aod   rer- inn_   anew coat ol
paint.    C. R   M.rtvn |. the artist.
Fur 8.1. T.rter Km. IU", or.* is! 'he
'wtt white oa't _r..*n. Also Cantdltn
Betuty I'eas, g.K��l cro| ptr. D. Dodding
Lower Nicola
(i.   H.  Anna.ions  naa ji-t  landed  a
resh c.<na._nmei.i of anl n tajll *i in ktt
You shou'd _fa-r hi* p*t*s_,
If sonare n.iiikii<_ ot ouill.ng now is
hs ftnislii.r' i 'it Tli-r�� cut so al to
havt the lurnIrr dry wloh the long elate
���<>rae and the car...-ateft rair w.-rk wi'h
.lesion. RaaM-SttHpr iIih name, The
Si altP rt.' - Hi.an R.t M II
F..r unto ���> j ,i. ,11.1 in ��� ><ti I y.ur
��� rdrrs I.. i|i.  N     Is II  .a'.' . Iti.-e.
Carrtn.t.iii. It-Hal o I..-.I tea is the
verv hu.s' H wi-rv ..rati_e .koe. Im
.orir.l anil p..-bed .-specially for us. I.
lUotu'ely th- finest lea on the marks'
IJO trVt a poiii'd.
Place ��iiii ..i.lswa at h The I'ortahl-
Seam Saw Mill, all work guaranteed
Ins" arrived,faahl.illal.lt inn.l'dlll_ knives.
��� _l nee.I tn ina.e v��>ur h-u-- U.ltilllaheil
f.if _��iil if ino.|l'l|.._s K '_-��� aod .rail.
(I ...riiiK of hr-' .piality, will . w'wear three
-���'���'a ina.ie id It.i _laill Window .al1.
made in .mi. r.
JIM    KM I Hill
A 'ullst.-k.it uptodats foods to
supply lhe llarneas and Naddl-ry
trade of (fetid* district. Call or
tend your ord. ra f..r
Harness, Saddles,
Saddlery Hardware,
Horse Clothing, etc.
Specially made ..t C.-a hu) I) ith'a.
N. J. BARWICK.
NICOLA R.G
"THE PEOPLES STORE.
II. II   Lenin*,   repi.n-iit ri_r  Hicks A
L'.'i.-k I'lain. C |.a..y id Vancouver and
Victoria, Baa thr.u.h   Ih*   Nic d. valley
Ut ��..-k Hon.. hiiaiiHSta fi. his til tn.
C.rr'll"'i,|,\    (i .lll.ji    Leaf   lea    II   ill'
ve.y (nesl H i��erv ..range j.ek e. I ��
ported an I packed e p-cially lur lla. I��
ahsi In ,-.y tha tiiii-si tea on lha Marti.
NOewhlaa  ind
.1. B. (ireavea   it    11, UL.'aa   lake   so'.l a
choice himth of I.mod mares ant gi.lrliiijra
this   week.    T.   Bul.ii.n  ..f  Stu  lake
and   K.ll.e S*ifi  an.I |{. Neil of Vermin
were the parent***-,
Chutch ot ft... inni awrvMMt: Thirn
Sunday in Lent, aioriiini |.ra\er, G'outlei
II a. in.; *v*mii_ pr.jtr, Nicola 7 .'*'
p  m.; W cilii, ��ilay ev,mo., thur. tt rvic
and l.ilje s'u ly, ~''M p.'ii.
*, T. S.nfi.r.l i. the I'.iiilan-l Milium
Co., of Terre Halite, 111 liana, came In in
Sarurilay'a sta^e, and alter a run out to
A'pen Ornve on Sandal   w, nr   out  by
Kaiiiluopa nu \\ ��� rim m'iv umrolng.
CHATHAM INCUBATORS
M.d BROODERS
I>--ri*r  Kffji HitfiM
  Mft**     Thrill       Kl.'|l    YdU	
('ha'hnrn ft>0i|h|ttOf*__n m-sde in ntMlU
nndllltT' Hrr Ihoil-Hfidal |IUI-t', tf>VtT1 k_T fill r h.tu-f ii'ihih. Kverj in H liin�� tftHXrin
U't il \mt* t-1 Mr 'im'' I j i mini cure wnrk
aii-l tre" jnin iar|. rhd km- Rln.1 ;
Mhrij in M"(,ii art' worth three llutM a>
rninh ��- hird-t ha'C ed in Mh> W June.
Vrwt>* andCatal'viirnn A|'pli��'aii��n.
LEEMIIC'S HARDWARE
KWUiimrs
F.G. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CAME AND WAUCNIOBK
Horit--hoing done in a
first cl.iss manner, Careful attention given to this
branch ol (he Ini-infss.
All Work Ouermttead
We are now prepared to take
orders for suits made by Campbell Mfg. Company, Montreal
See the   Is. ew  Goods which
have ifrived      _
Ladies' Waist
Skirrs,
Nansooks,
Spot Muslins,
Lawns,
Hosiery,
Dress Goods,
Ginghams,
Table Oil Cloth,
Prints,
Linoleum.
ARTISTIC HAIR CUT 25c
EASY SHAVE 15c
Butiness Locale,
Y>.u should see ii   II, AruMtrnag's line
of H.ti ranj.ii.il li. in _f> cents to $7-
What shout that acre lot. in F.irksdale,
hadn't you ne'ter tie .Her it right tWe/1
ll aill pay to.
Anyone Wlahlus in iiij any of t|n-
Maiise furniture may ace and learn priori-
of the lame any day during Vlaich.
All roada It-ad lo P..r_��.i��le. I lei a
lot now and he in on the grniind tiuor.
Yoll won't rejrel   ir.
If Nrveraiip Hurt* Stn.es ire your
choice cotne and FLKASK yourseit,
81/.K8 1 to itt f, U, I'a'.e-, Nicola,
.Special i.tti-i: juti do��n and live
monthly payments oI $|ll, secures an .��
cellent lot in ��..rk��ili!e.
HENRY MURK
Vext I'o 'lev's Kutcher Shop.
o. n. hivash,
Accountant and Auditor
REAL BSTATE        INSUKANCE
TeiiHtorary  .��� ttic���     Sti-nai.'.  S.a.e   I>'_;
lilonu, h o,
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
Otticial Admliilairaior
Offlce.   f'oiinii'ni.il Hluck, e.st nf 1* at (Met,
Ka...looi.s, H. ('.
O-ITllfttHl'l S.ller Leaf t.t is the h. I
Milt,   tea on   the market.      ll  is t  line
MM-f* p.k.e, A str.t_ht  assam   tea.    N
house c.mplet* ait boat it.
A Straight Tip. (let next to Forka
dale. Don't wait fur the ruah, but |t.
your feet in the sand now.
Try p��:ka)(eof ihe celaitratad Decks
julie Te. s,id only by (j. H. |r___CIH|
Lower Nicolt.
Cirringtoii'i Silver Leaf let it tht best
50.t. tea on   the market.    It  ie a  fine
orange pekoe, a itaight tssani tet.
No boust complete without it.
John D. Swanfon, II A.
Ram-tar,   S.,h. ir.,r and   Notary   1'uMic
OtTiee:   Ea-t .if thi-< snadian Hank nf I'om-
lller. t, aoufh .ide uf Vii ti.riH .tree', "a a i.Jo.io..
Money iu lusii.... r.al estate .ei-urity.
M. .1. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
SOW  Wesuiiln-te.'  rload
VA1.COUV..R, I). 0.
II ������  ,, la.tersfi.
I'.\(   let'   '  IUSI'   DROvil.
(larden. !'      - ��� ami F 'Id Heedt,
New cr..|i l    i>  In : ����� and  oil   leaf   in
mi. _r> .i.li.ii.-. i.    A'k foil' nn lehanl fn
rI.Hill II. -caO-.l peok l_l-a It ' i i!iii s tin
-audi* them. We all Inall fill .sHottei
5 ��� p_-_ai{*_ of ve_eul.li" and H >*. r s.>i .1
( u i an s I.. Inn, anil di e fi.t It 0. Ita.
dens) ti.r VI ' 0 H|a-cltl prie.���> ut tutli
tni k see.l-
II. (I. Ul-WI Stock  ol  I 'mil   rtml
Or.ialili nlal Trcca.
Now r. iily lur sprli'S shipment,   K��'r-
ni.. s'l���k   I
2an.I :i tc.ir ..Id apul "t'l'i-ni ..'itier 1011
*IS r n-0.
Maui i'l i Iu.n ..1 on
1 alien Prune. '.').���'���'' fln. t-Aperl*.
8uicr I'l on   >Jr*ar, 11 e*-. per H>.
Fu I Ii     I' ��� ���' r ��� -. k i  r. -Jul ..��� pri_a>>
No i-Xin ll-f, lima nr flel��| u|   lu.uil.ratliil
Ur inspi rl	
Drcei.l. iu-c  (.ants,   Fli ml   M "ik. Rat Sup-
piles, Kruil "��� k*       ( i     �� rs, sic,
Le1 no pi i i ;,' u   'i      -I-   . rd.riii.
Cataloflle  I'., h
M. -I  11' NKY,
.mo Wtetmlntter itond,      v*vi' ivmi, H f1
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF NEW YORK
Accumulated A -(ts $1411,0(10000
The Oldest Life Insurance Co. in America
Manager  for- The   Nicola, Okanagan and
Similkameen Districts.
W. H. KIMPTON, Nicola, B. C
I
You need (Irocenea. We have a vrry
fine assortment and can fill the moat
varied order, lar^e or email, Hatty
Lunches .No douht y m are busy sotio
days and have no time to cot.k meals, try
some of our lunch tongue, lunch heel,
boneleti chicken and other taaty potted
meats and fish. The prim will please
you. The A. K. Howse Co., Ltd., Nicola
and Princeton.
HARDIMAN & CO.
Land MlnlriK and General Supply AgtH
M i.in_f tw.tf_.ct.wi, f��rni rtinrhln^ry, bngffff-.
cu'it-r , dl"HfliH��-'r htMltf-ifCiar li-t "f t��rin
Aid mining iirunwrt ,*--. rt>norU nn M.inliikf (<ro-
p r if�� U_nmfh th" l>i�� *i ���. ('hHIh _rfidr_-*
"AiKiirn " Calk��-: Kruii hall, Mfircng & N*nl.
A.   I I1   .���������.
WmWOMW.00 ���( ��nfoM, Mfoln Vdley. M. 0.
NOTICE
N__ttj Any* utter dnte I ii.'fn'. tfl upply tothe
rni.t rnoimlRidooar ol iMdla ami work- for pur
mi-nlnn '0 imr 1ih*��'  (0 m- r- if riMtOutelu pt-t-
. u rt1 Itt ��� il xllii-i it .   in   A-pi'ii (inn .'. Mi-hi. r it- ,
it 4 fiii'iv.'-.; oomfnenolnf at ��� ,m-i nufkn'l I
Ki- ��mi ���'V N w. <��� rue then �� M>ath IB 1 ooioo
ht 11 . . .1-1 IDi-tiaiiiw. (htfice luiiiit K cbaiM
1 hem:** Hi'ai Iu < h tins to Lottt-d pOft
ISAAC KA.STVVOOD
A-pen Ornvp Mi Manh. IWiti.
WATCH REPAIRING
All    klli.la   ISJ    Wa'.-n.   Ci.aril
a. .1 .leaelry rei aira d .is  tu
h's' el "-a '.''. 1 aud aatiafa*.
t|.|i   niirai.teid,     A'l   work
entriia'e.l In out ear.- *tll lie
com(.1.i.'.l tbd ie'i.tneil witli-
1 Ut  delay.
M.  ��l. < A'iritU.I, A CO.,
C. 1'. It. '1 line Iii-1.".'I.iis.              Kaiiilonps
BLAIR & CO.
DEALER, IN-
General Kerchandise
Coutlee, B. 0.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Resident AKenta In  Nicole- for the
ROYAL, anil LONUON _t LANCA.H1KU FIRE INSURANCB CO.'B
\__^n__-t^9VaT_______.____K
NOTICK.
Nolle* Is hsre-jr given that within ilitj
.lays af'*r Hate I InlsnH to apply lo Ina
I'lnt-f 1 ���'iiiirnia-lii-.T of laiiila aitd w.ika fur prr
..ilaa.nn '1. p'iri-iiaae'-'Si terte nf pasture land in
'lie Nicolarll-lsiun of Yale LHttr���I ritaattdas
f.iltowi. (���oiiini..nciiiK af ii itakt at the N K.
��� on.er of Int IKtlrunniiiK north IPrhaina tbeare
.eat 40rhatna. thence south 4(1 chains, thenee
ittt 40 chain . _oot_in__f 1-Oaortt; nl-o ton-
inenciiitra' theS. li;, enrner of lot 71ft thence
we-. 40 halna. Ihence smith V> chains, thence
ea-i in.hlitis thtMl sou'h 40 chains thence
e st III. hains, thenee north W chain-, thence
east :'i. hains thence norMi 20chaine, on���in
ink- 1/Oacres. JAMK-aCOKHKTT.
Nicola, March 7, inoc.
OFFICE DIARIES
Every business man
should have one.
POCKET DIARIES
iqo6 All styles and
prices.
Canadian and Whittaker's Almanac's
I'leful itifornialion for all.
SMITH BROS
BOOK8TOHB
K iinli...[.a and Vernon
00UTLEE HOTEL
COUTLEE. B. C
Jos. Rlcliards,      -      Proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.   First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Good Rtalilln_T 1- Ckmnectlon
-Vleph-ne Oo_uit-.l_-i

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