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Array THE NICOLA
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VoL 2.   No. 12.
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1906.
$2 a Year
WINNY TOWNSITE
LOT* BBINO SOLD AND BUlLDIlfOB
WILL 00 UP
Fine Rea-denttel Location   Convenient
ta All Pointl   Will  Soon Havt
Quit* a Number of Building* Erected
That the Winny townsite
is moving is evident from the
fact that up to date nine lots
have been sold. Frank Lambert is clearing his lot prepara
tory to commencing building
operations. The Nicola Ath
letic Association will shortly
have their two lots fenced, the
material having been already
ordered. A If Goodisson will
soon have his house completed
and occupied. Henry Murk
has completed the annex to his
house and has given the whole
a coat of paint, making his
place quite neat.
To  anyone wishing a nice
location   for   residential   pur
poses, this is one of the choicest
localities   in   the   district and
very convenient to all points.
Prince Sails for Coast Oltlea
Prince Arthur of Connaught
who went to Japan to convey
to the emperor the insignia ol
the Order of the Garter, sailed
on Saturday on board the C.
P. R. steamship Empress of
Japan for Vancouver, A fleet
of Japanese warships escorted
the steamer out to sea.
RAILWAY OCNTRACT SUIT.
Parties on Nicola Railway Hav* a Difference of Opinion.
.IuHks Bolt held county oourt tt Ashcroft lut week and handed down judgment in the caie of Prill, tisignti of
Lilian, plaintiff, vs. Loan, Mtcdonnell A
oompany, dtfendantt.
The action was brought to recover deti
nu* trover and damages susttintd by
reason of hresch nf contract.
The defendants denied bretch nf con
trict and counter claimed fnr goods, etc.
���upplisd   f471, and   1600   damagu fnr
brttch of contract.
The evidence which was very v .lurn
inous. as th* trial letted t w . dayi, indi
oittd that tht -life, lants. who ire Urge
railway contractor! and who are at prtt
ent engaged in ennttructing the Nicola
branch of the C. P. R., made arrangements with plaintiff Julian toclttrind
grade sii milet of trick. Tht figure for
griding tnd cleiring tn be settled he
tween lhe partus. Ontiide the written
document the deftndtntt alleged thit
Julian agreed to put t nnmbtr of teams
tnd a large number of met i.d the work,
Julian commenced work with one team
and wagon and 10 men. Tbe work wai
prosecuted for tbout IT diys whtn Mr.
Micdnntll, tcting, u be alleges, in pur
���uiaee of tht vtrbtl tgrttmtnt between
luliae and himttlf, bnt which doti not
appear in tbt written contract, put an
tnd to tht contract summarily ind gave
tha oontract to anothtr mtn, at tha lamt
time taking potitsainn of Julian's camp
eu'fit, team tnd wtgon, undtr iht idet
thtt tht right to do io wtt in in implied
condition of the contract between himself
ind Julian, though it former, so ptrt of
the written or verbal contract. On this
question considerable discussion took
place and the court ruled tgsinst defendants. The dtftadtnti admitted the plan
tiff hid cleared but unsatisfactorily 2\
acre* of tht right-of-way. The pltmiitf
on the other hind, alleged that he had
perfectly cleared 5 acrat.
Judgment wai rtndered for 1963 in
ftsor of plaintiff with costs, and in favor
of Lost, Macdonnell A Co., on toanttr
claim for f414 and costs.
Stumping Powder.
At l meeting of the Central Farmer '���
Institute, the honorable miniater of agri-
cultnr*. Capt. Tatlow, announced thit
tht government would secure during
March, a oarload of itumpitg powder,
thit to ht supplied to firmtn through
their local institutes tt $"> ih ptr etie
(60 Ih ) at Victoria or Nanaimo Tbe
ft P It had agreed to deliver thit pow
d r to staliont on thtir main lint, in
quantities of not less than 6,000 poundt
tt ctr load rstti. Any firmer requiring
���'limping pnwdtr thould write ittting
quantity rtqoired tn 8. J. Sdomoi.,
Coutlte, Stcretary Farmer's Institute.
BADLY NEEDED FOR THE
NICOLA VALLEY.
Ontario Man't Death'
Mtny peoplt will learn with regrtt of
the death on Sunday lait at hii old homt
netr Paisley, Ontario, uf John Megraw,
ont of th* pionttri of thtt diatriot tnd t
man who onj.iyed wide popularity among
Iht people of the county in which he re
���ided. Mr. Megrtw had passed tht four
tcore limit. He wu i mtn of wonderful
vitality, a jwidt readtr, tnd with t tenacious memory, which enabled him to re
call day and date of occurrences which
t .ok place half a century and molt previously. His inn, Mij.'r Megraw, ii editor of tht Hedley fltiattt.
Duncan Rots. M P., 111.
in Ottawt despatch dated March 17th,
ssys Dunctn Rom, M. P., wat taken to
tht Contagious Disease Hospital that
morning, aufferiug from diphthtrit. On
retchiig Ottawa a week before, Mr. Ron'
child was unt to the hoipittl with diphtheria Mn. Ross is in tht hospital nursing tht child ind now Mr. Rots hit htd
to join them. The child ii improving
and Mr. Ron ii getting along aa well ts
could bt tiptcttd.
Trout Beaton to Open
Those who conttmpltte fishng for ...
nimbi* troat mty bt reminded thit the
clou season eudi on March 26, accordir ;
to tht provincial set.
Dr. BtlMrving, R. 0. Mtcphtrion, M,
P., tnd Wm. Sinm, M. P., diicnsied
with the miniiter of marine tnd filhtriu
lut wtek the recommendations of tht
Britlth Columbia fishsriti
John Collett and wife of Pint Orovt
rtnoh wert in Nicolt today/.
Brloka Por Sal*
A quantity of firtt olttt brickt   for
atle.   Apply to tht Btnk of Montreal
What a Resident of the
Valley Thinks of Scheme
and Offers some Good
Suggestions as to the
Best Means of Attracting
Visitors to the Finest District in the Province.
To the Editor The Nicola Herald:
Sir: Tour editorial In last wtak't itaue
of Tht Nicols Herald hits tht nail on the
'nail. Thai t body nf iomt sort, to nl
as a bureau id information is wanted and
wanted badly is very evident, and it be
hovei every resident in the ��tll��v t"
help in some way to push the thing
along.
There ii nn douht that Nicola valley i>
being watched hy hu. drede of people tt
the co>st and the Northwest, who would
I ke to know soineihinit ta..re of the dia
trict, John P McConnell in hu com
.iiiinicatii.ru in the Wiiiiiineg Free I'rts-
last year did much to familiarize tha vtl
ity to hundreds of readers in Manitoba
and the Territories, and already laoou-
inquiries art reaching residents in the
vtlley from outside asking for informs
ti"n as to the possibilities in the wty i f
farming ind other industries in the di��-
trio. As a mat er of fac with the eieep
ti n uf ynU' paper and ��� u ��..i- of Mc
Cornell's contrihunoii in lhe eaateri.
press, very little has heen puhluly pub
liehed showing the natural adv��nla_ea ot
'he Nicla Valley. One would require to
turn up blue hooks of past years to Iii.d
..Ut only a little nf what :aii be aaid fn.
this district, and n<> business man haa tt e
time, eitn if he htd tht opportunity, to
turn to then letrned tomes for ede��crip
turn of this "Valley of Sunshine."
Vou, sir, might hud it a paying m��e��i
ment, to usue a pamphlet showing the
advantegei of each section, and giving a
description of the uveral places in Vm
valley. This pamphlet, which enu'd he
made very interesting, might bt sold t.
he various store tnd h del keepers in
t it different sections tnd would he useii
t. answer enquinet regirdiug lhe district,
and also a number might he placed fo.
fratuitaus circulation in the offices of the
Vancouver Touritt Association. Thtrt
n ed he no jetl'.u y between the different
l-i-tinns nf the valley Kadi hu Its own
nam -al and phytical tdvtntagtt which
will appeal to the different people, and t��
boost ont section of the valley at tht ti
pease of the others would bt a gritvout
wrong and mistakt.
At present 'he Vaneouvtr Tourist As
lncisti.ni inttnd tending out tnquiriet tn
the varioui municipalities and districs
taking for pan Ionian regarding the natu
ral resources, with tha iattntinn of re*
organizing tht tatooiatinn, to put it on a
broader basis and to make it a Provincial
Bureau uf Information, tnd also to ctr
culate llttraturt regarding theie districts
tnd lo encourage tourist traiel. Now,
"tbe Lord belpe thott who htlp them-
m!vm," tnd it it np to Nic.lt Vallty lo
do iti own bootting tnd bring ita niton'
rttourcet ind unrivalled climitt befort
lhe nodes of thoit in.er.etid.
If in interesting pamphlet it puhliih- d
thit provincitl tatoe .tion wnald act si
itt distributor tnd there is no douht,
would be responsible for t larue number
of tettlers coming in to tbt valley.
Another thing I should like to call tt
t-ntion tn is the watt nf house accommodation in tha vtlley it present. At the
present timt, vtcant hnuaea are few, md
it would prove t paving investment, for
tome of our local capitalists, to hudd on
either of th�� two lownsltes, which are ad
vertised In your neelleint paper. It is
an acknowledged fact that last yetr, not
ne or two hut several people would have
remained in the valley and tettled dnwn
could they hsve heen able to gtt t house
to rent.
To the tporliman th* valley nffer��
many attractions. The disciple of Iitik
Walton, ean follow hia recreation to his
hearts content all over the valley, not
only fhe rivers, but in the Itkei. (bast
in search of sport with the gun or rill
oan nowhere in fhe provirre, get t hinder
or more varied hag than in the immediate
ic'm'v ��f Nicnla Vslley. The bureau rf
i>.fiirms'nn here again oan be nf infinite
uae to visitors, telling th. m where tn go
where tn get guides and in fsct giving
a'l the information necessary tn a spnr't
ma", when he comes tn t strange banting
ground. This Hub which yon are work
tag an hard for, will, I think he the
means not only nf providing reliable in
formation for settlers, hu' alio the means
of promoting good fellowship not only in
the vsllev hut af the coast as there is not
ths least doii'ii. we may look for a large
number of visitors here during the sum
mer and the endeavor af all in the valley
should he t.. let them go away with th*
fee'ing that thev must come back again.
Apologising for the length of tbii Int-
t-r and wishing your psper every success.
I remain yours truly Vkrit��s.
TRAINS RUNNING
OON-TKUOTIOl*   WORK   0011.0    OH
RAPIDL1.
LOWER NICOLA NEWS.
Happening* Toward tha Lower end of
Tbe Valley,
James Woodward paid a flying viail to
Lower rVola on Thursday, leaving again
ni Friday en rou'e for the Northwett.
Rarc'ay Bonthrone haa changed the
name of his ranch from "Willowdale" to
"Newton flrange." Tht ranch brand
*il| he N fl An? nnt objecting to tht
'.rand ui."ii the scire nf similtrity should
���oiiiiiiuuicate with ("apt. Flick at Lower
Nicola.
Their n.anv friends will bt gild to
earn that Mrs, James Woodward and
family are an] ving the bait of health
d vti in California.
Mr, Sparrow an old timer from Calgary,
left Lower Nioola en route for his home
nu Saturday. Mr. S, arrow was charm d
wth . nr climate tnd Hated that ths
N cola Valley wat away ahead of the
adjotaing districts.
Messrs. A penes k Gain* of tht 0 P. R
engineering department wtrt in Lnwtr
Nicola lul wttk, layiny out tbt Dodding
nrirtge.
Dan Munro pass*.! through on Saiur
day en rrutt fir Spences Bridge, for
freight for Mtttra. Cook & Co., Ortnitt
Creek.
Tb* Tunnel It Finished and Tralna ar*
Running Por About Fifteen Milea
Out  of   Spencet  Bridge
Oout lee Few Wests
Tracklaying is going ahead
rapidly on the Nicola Railway
bunch and about three-quart*
ers of a mile of track is being
laid every day and trains can
now run out from Spences
Bridge for a distance of about
lift pen miles.
The tunnel was completed
Saturday and the first train
passed through the first of the
week. Contractor McLean
has finished the tunnel off in
good shape.
The pile driver outfit are
near the Clemes ranch and ac
tive preparations are being
made for the material for the
other bridges from Clemes" to
the Forks crossing above Coutlee. The bridges will be in
such shape so as to allow track
laying to proceed when they
are reached.
Contractor Bright will move
his outfit to the Forks in a
short time to grade the mile
and a half from the crossing ot
the Nicola river.
With the very rapid manner
in which the tracklaying crew
and bridge outfits are doing
their work, the construction
trains will be running to Coutlee and the Forks in six weeks
time and regular passenger
and freight trains will be on
hand shortly after that date.
Tht Dougltt Lakt Ctttlt Co., tbip
ptd t quantity of cattlt which haa winter
ed tt Ruber! Cltrk'a nnch to Ktmlovp
thia wtek for tht coast marktt.
Fm tpin date job printing itad /oar
ordtrt to tht Nicole Htrald ..Set.
Attorney-Oeneral  Resign*.
Much surprise hu bttn etuitd by Iht
announcement of the resignation of Hon.
Charles Wilenn, attornsy gtneral. It tp
p.ars thu Mr. Wilton htndtd in hit
resignttion over two wtekt befort tht
close of Iht seiiio* to tikt effect it tht
tnd of tht teaiion. Mr. Wilson's retiont
for retirement trt perhaps mort ptraonal
thin political. Ht hu bttn wiihing for
t long timt to ret urn to Vtncouvtr U
take ap hit private practice again, mort
t-pecially in vitw of tht intended pro
'tinged tbesnee of hia partntr, J. H.
Senkltr on t trip to Etropt thit year
That Mr Wilson wu tt ont with hit eol
letguM rtgtrding tht Ktien island dttl
ii evidtnt from tht ftct thtt tht ordtr in
O'unoilwas drafted by himself tad it a
���eiting htld in Vtncouvtr t ihort tint
ago, ht fully dtftnded tht dial u being t
_ond ont for tht province
Hon. F.  J.  Fulton, proviooial
tary, it now tcting atturniy gtneral.
Thomei H unt tr it on t trip to Span**,
Bridge THE   NICOLA   HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD    Hunt,  to  recommend   to  the
Fubllthed Every Thursday ! City   Council,   tht.  appnilUmt-nt
���ubecrlptlon, In Advance. $2 aTear     0f   an   inspector   tt)   raise   the
"quality of liquor sold."
Niooi.a, B. C. Maii'-n.-. 1106
BOOST INC   CLUB.
First America i Reported.
The hrai A.i.mean in lie deponed from
NICOLA AMMCsSMkNT Dl.TKlCT.
TAX NOril'K.
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\\ E LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW"
Our appeal la*, week to the H^"-*'1*"- "' *"������"">����,
11 which   Wfriit   |it">   < fl ft tim   ������rt/ 1 I, .un
raidenN nl the Valley, has imt ,,���_-.*,,, n,*   v,t���(,1Prt.    M-.v-D.v.n
NOTK'K in h��r<   f kiw-h kl __rMr4*__MI with
; lliUHUMllrN. Hi..'   IT'iMImihI  hi VlTlll.'lHX Mild
nil a*M'-s> il IMU _______ lauMtil * -*-**��� I ��ini
-ttW .mil. i  'In   V    <--iii.'iii   Ail h'hI  vn.ii<l
wr are  ^l..<l   to lay, Iall.*n nn I* aiumm-i H..,.U)h, m4th>w���m f-r:niPIitl_,,art-i...*..... �����..���. D__f��M__ m Hm ,m
\VJHG. AH l_U4M1 '..Mr'nr fn-Nii'iiU ,_-��r-
iiii-n' di-irn i ht < In ._ ni im, utile if imJ <>lll< ���-.   ���
������itiittf ri' Niculrt.    I hi- in-ill t,  n iitm* ttt In* i *
U "|  .1.  il- ll'  "�� H |" 'f"fl-il (ItTlllllld li)  MX   Hpsili  !
all [leiwiiii liable foi m .*������-.
THE STORE OF QUALITY
THE STORE OF PLENTY
barren   ground
xi- wnh   .,,   tea  ahtppeii Lack waa lhat he
, larked the ne, s.a.r) tin, which   tne lie*
Herald has had many favor-],,,j* _.,,,., ,,,,,_���,,, ,,������, ���..,���
ible    expressions     ill      Ollliroil   ���'������ (!�������� _tr n  .1 i h.i _ntii.iit   It he ll llatile
to become a |.i|l.|ic charge.
The .'ay *.. I ne inarriave and lhe hour
'lefnre dealt, la when a man 'hniks leasi
id hia put*.- ai.d Most of h.s ii> i.lit or
CtrnnKtoi.'a Holds. Leal tea ta the
��ery hnest H .��.-ry . r.ii||e pikua. Imported and pnlieil especially lor Us. 1-
ihwolutelf tl<- hnest tea on th- marks .
60 tents a [" inni
with r��jg.irtl to the remarks on
the advisability of forming a
.   . ' . Carril.Ktoll'a Siu<-r Le.t   l< . i. the hesi
auo or other body  - r the pur-  .��� , ,        ,,        ___._._._,��
I I Olk-t.  Ita   oo   .lie   market.        It   is   a   hue
pOSC   of   bOO-ting    lhe    Nl OM  ��� raii_e p.k.e, ��siMiKht assam tea.    Nu
Valley,  and  as we believe in ���"�����"���=����'"'������������ *""��* �����
striking while the irmi  i-. h"t.
���.nine st- p-.  should be taken tu
further the in itter    -A'e should
like the residents of etch section of the Valley, Quilchena,
Mcola, ( outlee. Aspen (.rive,
Coldwater, M .mette Lake and
) ower Nicola and other .ec
tions,  to choose -i represent.!
live who would be able to voice
the opinions nl  thus*- rt'sidenis
in his own section.    When the
names are received a date und
place could  be fixed, con ven
ient for .ill to attend, when an
informal discussion cuud take
place as in the best means i
getting t"g.'ther ,i large H.t.n-
dance   at   a   public  m eting
This public  meeting nc-d mil
necessarily   be   a  dry  as du^t
affair.       I he fair se . can help
as much if not more th,ui   the
male element-   I he main thing
is to attract everybody  to   the
meeting.     An   enurtainmentj   ....... nnun nn
could   easily    be   arranged,  -tl    MALLERY  DRUG CO
whit h there would no doubt be k .vnoiil's
a large attendance which would . , -	
then resolve itself into a public ask your dealer for
meeting   to   discuss   the best
means for boosting  the valley.
There  is   no  time to  lose  ifj
<_nod   wnrk   is   to   be   done.'
1 rains will be running soon upI
the valley, -uid if the residents union madh cigars
of :\'ict. i Valley aie to derive
anybemfitlromtheinfluxofset  KURTZ'S P.ON        GAR F.iCr
tl-rs to the west this  summer,
it behooves them to be up and
doing.      There  is no need to
wait until your  neighbor asks
your opinion ol the scheme, go
boldly and ask him his opinion
uid discuss the matter wnh
your neighbor and settle on
who would be the best man to
UKO.   Ml ItltaY,
A-.ea.ur and rulli-rtor.
Nli.'U ___________ Is-ttlW.
NIciU Tost "ftlee.
Ilalialat Si. ..la D I. of Kibruarv, I'M.
I Hills. IH TII-..T
A. IC. <'. m,!____-__,
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
KuniliHipii, M. <\
A-Mftfi and iMlyM .if UratflMl and. In
fiu-lria1 iir-H'uci-.
���ftinplM  by  in,i.l or  _tf��f* rfctire prtfinp'
���till  HII   'II.
.A.    O.   F
rnURT Sieui.s. .���. ajej, ..o. r.. meet.
si-roi.d aii.l fmirt- Kinia iii each mouth
at 8 l*.-n., in I'.M.iej'-H-ll. Viaitiiig Srelhreu
���Dili.all) Invited.
Hi >   0, M_ao.,i . H.
V\. (ioiiin.v  1I''KK��Y. Ses.
W.J. KERR
Watch maker, Jewekr
HUMI.nuiN  H. V.
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flltr*     t    -)l.('te.|l\
Firnf pIhm i.'(m.�� iii.ne im ihurl" imtict
ihI rt-turiiwHt t< uiu'**
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 Se'ection in our Window,
Nahirnllv hrcM c'���il.i'en wi h
irreijular   vi>-i"ti   . ft' n   ���< i itt
��Iiip:<1 anil it' it'tnt '
co?n<zing *?i rd   qu cl
defect wt reniclv trith |
Do not deprive your chili! i '
li  .' : 0aa_<h1 - vision
ii____w-_pr_."r.'*T_t
Noii
i'e
S'mii'e ia li.Ti-liy _'.  n that l>ida. - aft." date
iii'i-t.il    i.l. in ill'    Hon.  it.e  rln.f c .   -
nl   -.nil. r of I.H.i.i-    l|.i    W.H-.   fur   |, -ri. iaal.l..
I'.'illi-     lli'i.l .'.'- - f   |ia-lil"'   'O'd     I   Uau-il
ti Voirli  .re-k. o.''.'SI ill. li \i-'..H ' f  Yale
.    ii, -ii. ih .1 as f ol   -  :   c i..ii.-   la
O   I        t,lk''.l    I        '    "    ��    It   h      l-'rilll.      .  |llall|.-(l
hoi,i i���,,.,o|,-a and a half ap      --I.'   ii.r .
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li h   na 'o i"ioi. ��� f ''<>   i.ii-iii hu   i
in a c . ol IiHiikt' tti <i. !��� .-
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"Kurtz's Own"
"Kurtz's Pioneers"
"Spanish Blossoms"
.   1.8 Cordova St W.
VANCOUVER B  C.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
8010   Westminster  Road
VANCOUVER, B. C.
MOTROI'OLITAN
HEAT MARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beet* Mutton, Lnnib, Vei.1, Pork
und Nfii.8f.g6
i ..is throiighom ths D.air.,-.   ree-ii.-    ..,in, al'entlrHB  ind  pn.mijt   delivery
Fresh Fish Every Friday.
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ll.r.l^n. Flower a*il Fl��M S.rds.
New rto|, ||nw iii s'i-1-1,  .ml   mo   ..-at   ll-
iiiti.rm.il nn eting,    I hen when ��.rirtanboiM*,   A��k/uu. merehMtfis
. .  . . it     i   '   ,'''"' '" 'eal.-d |iai;ka_es      If tie   do. s no'
the   public  meeting is called,! ,,���.,,��� ,hpm_ WB .,��� mtU M ,M���rtH
voice your own opinions and ��� ***���*���.'*?****"*,\t"L"r\"*'
I I  .1- . an s-l.-i"ion, suital.le f .r B. 0  liar
soon there will b. -ometliingfieni) orjiio. .social !__���_��� �� _ru_n
. |. . . ,, bill- feds
i.ing in the valley.
aoinc in me r-tiicy. 'Hoost
don't kii"ck" ought to be the
policy of every resident in the
valley
There was a lengthy meeting
of ihe board of licensing cofn-
missioners at Vancouver on
Tuesday last. A paragraph
appearing in the report reads
as follows: "It was agreed on
the motion of Commissioner
II. <. Grown Ntork  ol l mil and
OriiHim iiIhI  Iri-i-,.
>f..w readt tor sj.rn���_ sblpaiMt,   Kx'r��
tiioe stock ' t'
I and . > ear old apiile tre��> at $20 per 100
Sinn r-tr n .io.
Ma)Hard I'liim |1 OD
1 ��l oi Prnn*. 2j��-ar fine *'.'. perl's)
HltK..r I'llllll   '-Jral, 11 .. I " i-. I.'
Full li-I "f..' her Hock a. regular |inee��
No espen-e, loss or delay i.f  iiiiini_ralii.ti
or inspection.
flrrtaboust PlauU, Floral Wurk, Re* Supplies, Kri.it I'. kaifi'S, Fertlllr-ere, ele.
Let roe price your list before i.rderinf.
f'alaloK.e Fret
M  J   H �� . U Y
9.11 Westminster Road,      Vsnouov'aa. ll. C.
A   Cmioe'e    C   ll.ll.er   lal   and   business
'..lira*.    S'U'lenia |.rm a ed r    _ain teach
ra certifii-.r. s nf all _rades.    T.   oinrer
soy wotk a Iu Ic ii.ae for the  H  A. da
<r>-e of loioi.tii U.ii.era.lf
Iii.irucii'H. *civ_-1��� m   Music, Art, l'l.yi
al I'ult   re al.d  K-i.t-iiiii.il.
ro I f t C.l.".dar
NICOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL���
li prepared to lake con'raota for
sawii k lumber anil getting <ml
timber.
(.iii-tbI Mill I outran* I t.�� ulr.l
PHK'K^ MODBRAtl
Partial wishing work ran hare tame
promptly attended to by applying to
F. D. WOODWARD,
Nicola, B 0.
L��*vey..ur order* with N. J. Barwick,
for lumber who ii agent for th* Nioola
Portable .Steam Se* Mill he ean ketpyou
plan out an order
a-fEW-.-. FIT'S
MCOLA AND 1'IUNCETON
also   GrO-txora.1 Livory
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
STAGES
l>i-v i Spences Bridge
Every   i hursday lor Mcola lake,  Kamloops,
Princeton  and way points at 6 a. m.
I'.very Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 a.m.
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday lor Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
Every   Sunday   6 a. m��� arriving Spences
Bridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave $Jico_a
..very  Tuesday and  Friday  for   Spences
Bridge at 6 a. m.
Every Friday for Princeton at 6 a. m.
Special trips made hy appointment.
Telephone connection with Kamloops
M. P. STEWART,    -    -    Proprietor
fctMew. for lhe Herald.
., IJOB WORK
t   a
JOB WORK THE   NICOLA  HERALD
WATCH THIS PAGE
RESERVED FOR
WINNY TOWNSITE
i
n
The Hub of the Valley
S S Lots from $40 to $200 S &
A. R. CARRINGTON, AGENT IHE   NICOLA   I.KKAU)
SUNSHINE  VALLEY
lo tht Editor The Nicola Herald:
Sir: I've heen a poet in many landa,
and have generally been fired after tha
publication of my versa��� h"-e��.r, murder will out, and n.y MM will hin_; in
pr.ise of Nicola    Yours *ery truly
There'i storm on the Com,
Th. ra'i rain und the dales
Where Ihe wind makes fnrioiia .ally,
Bui there's peace among th" Ni >-___ hills,
Relief from mankinds inanr ills.
In the sunshine t. Ni.ola VaHaf
From the sfrenuoin whirl . f city life,
WliHiict cares oppress both man and wife.
In street, in lane tnd alley;
'"'tue one, come all, to Rwnla't hills;
Cast aside your ilru.a ami |iii|>,
Theie's sunshine in .Nicola Valley.
An' ye thirst for go'il, or mineral lode,
Or the weal'h of _ k|a*_ _���_| seam,
They ar* here, there, e.ir.*li> ie,
Beyon.l your wildest dr-an.;
8.. come ye all. no lo _er d .My,
Health and wealth await ye aM,
Mm the sunshine of Nicola Valley.
NOTICE.
'I'd All. Wnn_ it \I_v Concrrn.
NEWTON GRANGE1
LOAM mcola.
Take notice that .... and after this date
all cattle the property of the undersigned
filThe branded N  <! on left hi ,
Dated 2_uil .lay of Mann., l'Hi.
UAI-JUV   l'ONTH-ll,Ng,
0 L. F .��-, Aijent.
STRAYED.
From A. 0. Collett's ranch, L.wer
Nicola, B C, a bay florae a1 out six een
hands and about 1400 pounds wei([ht,
with brand j | j oil ruht hip. Pars re
Inrni.g h.rae to A.D. Oolleit, Lower
Nicola or to Richard Blair, Kainiooiis
Will be lai.l expenses,
k GOOD THING
THE-
NICOLA HERALD
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
IN THKS.TRKV1I.COURT OF BRIT
1SH COLUMBIA.
In I'lo'.ate
In the Goods of
JOHN CORBKTT.
Deceased.
Notice is hereby iriven that all credi
tors and o'her pers na having any claim,
or demands against lhe estate of .l.t'ii.
C'.ri.e't late ot Nu'.'la to the county ot
Vale.. B. (-.. (leoeaaed. who .1, it on h.
l-tday ol Febiu ry. IM, tn-i *h<����\��i|l
wa. proved in the Vale K���_ srry i>u 'ti
24th Hay .,( FahrtMj IM, r.�� A'lhui
Rciiar.iM.il Cam _t"ii and N. name
Joaeph Henry Barwick ihe executor*
1 In-..1, iiaiiiol am heie'y requir d In
tei.il particulars in wri'in_ . f their claim.
or il.-ui .nils .luly verified lo Ihe unoer
tigiieii solicitor for the snd ntda'or. ..n
or before the first day nf May, 19(16 si
the iimli run iltl'iin d aridrrMI, after ���hllh
date He said e_.ei_fi.ra ��i I proceed to
distribute Hie asse's.if the .aid deceased
aiiino_-t the iiartns entitle.! therein ha.
in. retard - II y t<< th- claims all.I deinalld-
of which th.-y .''all 1 hen haie had notice,
tnd the said executura apt mil lie lulu
for the a.Nets of lhe said Hereaa.-ri or an>
part there-f an dlWr.h_.v_l I..any UU*..
(ir per.iiiis uf ��h..s�� claim* or demand.
the? shall not then have h��d noiuv
Dated this 8'h fay nf March. I,��* 1*3
JOHN D   SWANS! IN,
K.iiiI ,s, 11. C.
Solicitor for the said Executon.
Subscribe for the Local Paper
Gives all the nfcwa 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.
Everything in the Printing Line
New Type and Best Stationery
A full stock of Letterheads, Billheads,
Envelopes, Business and Vis ting Cards,
and everything in the printing line. Al.
work promptly attended to.
NOTICE.
In the matter of  "the Official
Administrators Act."
Estate of
AntoineGodky, Deceased
rpKNDKRS will be received bv the undersign
f. ud to the lsl day nf May, A. 11., IDna, fu'
lhe p'ireha-e of Ihe homealearl uf the |_i<
Anlolne Oodey situate about Ave mile* fro.
Nl ola la the Nicnla Valley, ihe follnwlni
|__provement* aro said tn be nn the lands:
Under cultivation SO acre , tintiae, .tore room
_teh!.\ chicken h-niae, implement. building, Iw
miles fencing (log and wlrei 2 log corrslls, tw
.tack yards, half mile ditch, valued hy compel
eat valuator* at Jl-fsimi. The land is said u
Have a good water .npiily.
ALB.!'. D. MAriNTYRR,
Of-olal Administrator.
Subscribe ft* The Herald.
The Nicola Herald
NICOLA, B. C.
Telephone Na 7. Main Street
THE NORMS SAFE a LOCK CO
SEATTLE, WASH.
Frank Ot. Benson,   -   -   -    Agent
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Hid\s & Lovick
Piano Company
Limited.
Pianos in Stock
Mason & Risch, Weber, Steck,
The Pianola Piano, The Pianola
663 Granville Street, Vancouver,
88 Government Street, Victoria. THE   NICOLA   HERALD
IS IT WORTH  WHIL-J?
Tht pathetic tnd of John MeCtll, former preti-tn. of tht Ntw York Lift In
turinet eomponj, tnd, until t ftw short
wttki tgo, one nf lhe mott respected men
io nttiontl finance, prnvidei in object
lesion thtt ahould tend to elevate the
Dttinntl tont, tnd raises tht qutry
whithtr or not wealth al eipenae of
honor ia worth while. Thit man had ten
timet, Jem, nnt hundred tunes, more
money than is ntcttsarv to secure for any
human heing and thost Itgitimstely de
pendent up n him, ill the real happinei'
tnd ordinary luiunea of this lile. And
ytt, for Iht sake of power, in order tht'
ht might vie in the race for u-el.-��s wial'h,
he haa forgotten the things that really
count in this life and haa gone 'o'h' u >t
dishonored and disgraced. Those wh
ponder over hia end will he willing i.
grant that the system ..f fren.ied finance
which has passed current for success li.
national huainrsa affair* for sn long, i>
more to Maine for hia pitiful end than the
man himself, or hn methods. He wa��
bnt a natural creature ..f the unhealthi
atmosphere of wealth at any-cost. It
lakea a strong mentality to hew nut a
trail of scrupulous honesty in a Irsckles-
fnrsst of ruthless dishonesty, peopled hy
financial barhariam who knnw nn creed
but gain; and -l..hn Mi Oall just drifted ut
a gulden tide to fhe rocki of pi.b'ic >ham.
tnd contempt. But ht haa gone wher.
wealth avails him nothing, and the prin
be has paid entitles him to fhe charity ..'
til. The pool ��f dea'h has closed over
his dish..n..red head, and not ont nppl
marts the spot where he has sunk f..rrver,
we ghfed down with the lead of strirkn
Conscience and tardy rem. rse. "Wealth
tfltr all, is a relative thing, since he tha1
has little, and wanta leas, is richer than
he that has much, and wauta more." Bu
il It all worth whihl N., a thouiauo
times "N..!"���Spokane Out hunt.
JOHN 0. ADAIR
MININGENGINEER COAL fcOILEIPERT
Is prepared to examine coal
THB PLAOB TO BUT TOUR
SMOKING OOOD8 IS AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
properties and furnish re- CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
ports on same.   Terms to
suit all.    Nicola, B. C.
UNDERTAKING
j. r. McGregor
Lowtr Nicola, B. 0.
UNDERTAKING
KA.-I-MII'-
Full stock of Doniatl ic and Imported Cigar-
and tht Ih-��i-nioklng loliajr,, ���l-n)�� ,,_ haul
Drop In and enjoy a quiet gams ..f Rllli.rds
Agent forthe Pioneer ���'leain Laundry, Van.....
ver.   Laundr) shipped ev. i. *_ mday.
Ill��ll  I ��.
ltflONTItKAl, llOTs-U K��mlo..p-. S-Mt-Ma
*���"��� Lalreniouil.e, proirletui. kir.t , I _ww in
eveiy parii.uUr. Ituod win... __a*__tj anil
cigars.   Hubling ln r.t.naa, i ,,n
T^AMI/Xll'ia ll'U'SK, P. ||,.psl. proprietor.
-1*- B.etslis'k 'f wne��. Iirjiii. ��-nrl , gar* it
the Interior. Jn-l lbs spin f,,r a ni.e , 0.1I re
freahuig glass of beer, tt he. in Kaiuioo,a
call In.
GKANII I'M'IF..' HOTH��� Kami.,..,-    The
nearest h-lel loll.e railwa. stall low,    'lhe
only  rornenienl  holel  fur ir.v.l.-.s.     0 aid
nanus, good lanle,  d tiqn.iis      Two lug.
sample rooms.   T, A. Hanihar . pro .-ietor.
(J.Hid stabl ni. In rant*, ii'.ti.
A 8HCH< FT HDTEI.. The noar coot nlenl
"��� 1.0 el lor . moor.. 111 I'll r..f'. The b s. ..f
table board Hot aim .old balls, "ni re ie
I sn a11 v u meet- nil 1 rams. .ohm-m It Pel kin-,
iroprieti.ts.
NOTICE.
NOTICE
To Ail Whom it >i*y roitciiui:
I have this clay taken |i<>a>.e*��ii,ii of th-
foil .wing dearnh.d lam 1, I, r 168 Or- 11
1, Kan.1.1 ii s Dtvis on ol   Tale .> 1 -1 rt. t. on
behalf of Heuiy W l-ar.l   l.y aulh'ii 1
of a deed si.ne.l hy W, K. Witt)��� ard
ahlch O'.nveys the ernwii grant of afore
li.ru oi.ed lot to Henry Woodward with
0Ur any resenaHoit whatsoevet.
Dated this l!lh day of March, 1906, a
Lower Nicola, B. C.
0. L. Pun,
Agent for Henry VV.,u iward.
UOTICE.
A sitting of the O.miny Curt nf Yale,
will he held in the C urt House, Nicola,
B Con
Monday, 21st May 1906
at 10 a m.
Olio.   MllRR.T,
C. C Ka. istr.r
NOT1CK
No'lee Is hereby given  that wi'lrn iV'day.
from da 11     'I making appllcatInn to lhe
honorable chief .'"mn..--inner ..f Inula ana
works f >r pern la-Inn to |< nha-c 112 aiTpa oi
pa-tine land in u.e Kam eon- division of YhI.
dlsirct situatedss follows: c-'umencinv at ..
slake, al ibes wnne' of lot 1137. i�� I, ninn nn
thence north-0112 e sum.  thenco w.-.t  BUI
chatna,  -n.iih ��i._ ,'h.n..-.  'h e a,i-t .'hI.iI:'
chains to lai.nt of cominencemenU
Map h 17.190. J  n Or-avks.
rotor
Vnil.-e Is hereby given lhat wlih in fin day a
from date I Inlend making apnllratinn tot s
bon.'bief nonimls-|i.ne. nf lands snd mrk-f I
p*ri>iia-|i*n In purchaKS 101 ae'en of l.'.a'uie
[and in Ihe Ka" low - divi ton f Van .lis ri.-i
ellnated aa fo low.; c .mm. n.-li.e at i slake s<
Ihesw corner of the land l_n , haina rtu.. ens.
of tbe n K oorn r nf 1,483 U I, running ibene-
ea��t 40rh 1. s. Ihe ce n nh A0 chains, ihen.i
west 40chain . Itemesouth (W ehalna tu polnl
of CO' '"en- emerit.
Ns'chl7. l��4 Om. Hunt.
_NOTICR.
Vollre is h.- ehy given lha* within sin y day-
frn.n dale I int.- ,1 making siu.llraiu.n to the
bnn. chief rnmnil-Hlnner of land- and win k" fo
permlsalon lo tmrci-ftao 10 acres of naalurel n.l
(d the Knn-lnorwdlvi-ion of Yale di�� rlc>, >ltu-
Hied ssf .How: cimmen ing a' ft atskeat Ihe
MI corner nf l/it IM. 0 1, running lhe. ce
noith 10 chains. Ihence w-st 40c''.iiii", Ihenie
south 10 chains, Ihence m-t 40 .hains to the
poi"t of c 'nimen. ement. W. ti, Ward.
lilarch 17.1H06.
N'lTUB.
Notice is hereby given V at whhln sixty dan
(mm ilals I laienn ui.king application to the
hon ohirf onmniisaionerof lands and *ork- 'or
rrrra.^i'.o to |._rrhe.�� 40 acre* of pa-.u.e
nd In 111" K ." I.M-p- ilivi uu. of Yaleoleirct,
eitoate.. asfu 1 ���*-. oommen. ing st a stake a.
she t I ' '.rner nf l,.u 71- O I. running I hem t.
e*-t* chaina, ihetci n-ir-h 90 bams, Ih-nw
west .0   h.ina.   heme s ulh H) elisliiB lo U.e
Suint n' co iininn. ..inent,
lartb 17,19W C. W. K. imi-i'win.
Nmloe ll hereby gven that thirty days afler
dale I Intend In niply .o ihe Hon the chef
ntiiiiil stnnet of 1 .tula and wnrks for a lie. n-e
n pr.si.m-l for coal on the following described
an ia:
'ommencingat a po-t inuke' A. B. flrnaa.
n v W ..-irner running Ka-I HO i ha ns, ihenee
outh 80 chains, tlienee ��e.i ml c alna, the..' e
Will HO clu-in.., I>. in"ia pO-t,
A. H.OhD-SMAN, I/irator
tt'. O. Murrsy, Agent
'..I.Uai.-r, Nicola, Feh. 10,1901.
i.oinmen.'ingatanoal mi ked Jas. Cairbelt V
c r.ur runniiiir tt'es  Hit rhalns, Ihen e-oinh
��i cliiiins   thenoe   K.at   ��o th nee n'Tin 811
.'h.liisioinillal po t. JA8 ��� nitHKiT. Ua-aloi. |
VY 'I   on ray   Agen*.
olnwater. Nicola. Keb. 10,190.
r mencingai a pnst mark.dH M Unioni |
V. W, nirinr. running ea-t Hit Onain , '_ e
mi li KOchana. weal HO.hsIn thenee north 80
-iains, lo .  it alp.a .
-s. i. _,AMil\T, Ijir-atur.
w. o Varray, Agent. I
'nlilwater, Nieola, Keb In. ___
I
i'" 'I- n.g .r . i "-' ina fc"l   It.una II.. l
.an N    * r er tiiunn- �� e��   8u ..halo-,
hence South 80<'haiiis. ihence Saal "Ocnain-, I
heme Nurth 80chain ,io i uial i...m.
,.*OUA HMII'M   N,i,..���t..r    |
���     Mur h). Asinl
nhiwiicr, Nicol*  �� a 10 I'.r.i.
Co iio'eiii ing a'a osl t.m.kHd (l-oge It ..
in N ^ .-inter mnn ng ��.n.i M) 'li'.ii.s
in nee -.i.ithHO hai.-K i--nc.- tt.N Hn elmms
h nee Nurth Such .|i sto ItihlaJ pus.
O-   K'iK Hii' I,Mas.     c t..r.
tt ..,   Vlu Nt), agent
oldwaicr, Nir. la T b  10 WK
I'nnini.Micing al a no I matk'-d at K. Co he'i
>'. Kenroer .u-ning We I HO chains tn.'ee
���'.nil H. .Liu. s .1,. n .��� ��� ns. 80 ch.ili,-, urn e
s'nnhHOih ins U. Initial un-i,
M   K r m   h.n, |/icator.
tt', li   our.ay, Agent
'oldwatT, NI.'i.lH, F.b  I" M
. omniei.ciii-ft. a pust mark, d  tt'   O. Moray's, N. ". corn r. ru ning siist   Hhehalns.
..en e -oi'i. H0.-haln-. then-e tt'. ��i 80 rhalns,
hei.ee Not Ih HO . h hi is in "i'ml ii al
VV. O. VHI'tf.\Y 1. cator.
���oldwsler, N'lenln Keb. 111. I90H
i ......nd.   nu at   -.  anal innked s\ a.. Itn-s
., E. rnrin r running tt est sn chain , I hence
aou hSOchuui- hence Kast ��0 chmnn Iheic.
Sunn ��ui'ii .ins in iioii.i p.s .
H  K. HO-*-, l/m tor.
* il   Mu'raj. Agent,
Onldwater. Nicola, Keb. 10. 19.
Onmmsnclng at a p.at narked -I M, Crook
N. * cirner lunning Ksb. HO ch ins tl.nnee
���ajilh HO chains, ie��i 80 chains . emc North
80 ubainsUi luiiial Lust
,    J. M.l'iionl., I si. ator.
tt. 0   Murrai, Agent,
."oldwaicr, Ntraja, K.-b. in. 1110
Commencing a'a p,wt marked   I, S   Austin
N. K. o-'iii. r 11.lining w.at  an. hains Ihence
uii mi.  aoia. ihen e haat80 ehaina, t enee
Nonb nn. h.ui.s tai nuial p st
J. 8. AU-aTIV. I-Vfttor.
tt'. ()   Murraj. Agent.
Ooldwaier. Nieola, Keb. 10, ISO-.
fo'imenclngat a post, .a'k.d 1. F. Mur-
ra.'a,N. >��'. rnrner running Seat R0 hains
Ik'neei. u 1.80. hains, thenc eat so i h.ins,
Ihenee Nort  80. hains,lo Inilial una .
J. K. MtJH    .Y   locator.
tt. (I   Murray, Agent.
rVildwater, Nicola, Feb. 10 I9>_Q
Cnmm.n.ing at a post marked 11 !_ fhapin
N. K. cm r running wsai 80 iha.na, Ihence
+1111I1 80ch.lna Ihsm-e Kaa' 80 chains. Ihenee
Nurth Ml. ban.s ... mu .' p >l
H. I. Chapin, 1-X'al-r.
w. 11.Murray, agent.
Coldwaler. Nicole, Feb 10.19 .
Slop ill  (III-
ROCKFORD HOUSE
HiiBT. Nkrlf,  l'r..|.rietor
When   ' ���    el.ng   mi   the Nicla mad,
Co.. ment |.la.e for traveleis, wiihg....
at'CO.|lo..>*'alliill.
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
rse Shoeing a specialty
NICOLA HKK. B 0.
THE-
3ank of Montreal
Capital) all paid up, $14,400,000 Rest, $ic,o 0,000
Balance Profit anil Loss Account, $801,85541
Total assets $i58,_\a,2.40<i.,si
HON.F-AKY ���CR-WIDEM-':
Rt. Bon. Lord Itrathcona and Mount Royal, O C M O.
PRBSIOBNT, Sir Oeo, A. Drummond. K 0 M O
VIOB fK_l8IDINT AND OKNKRAL MANAGER,       E. 8 CLOlfSTOH
Head Office -Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from   $i-00   and   upwards.      Intert-,t
(retli.ed twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
BANKING HY MAIL
Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail,
town accounts receive every attention.
Out of
JalXCO-LiA   BR&NOH
A.W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
CENTER OF THE COAL BELT OF NICOLA
I
Unequalled ns a
SaiHrnfer Resort
Good Fishing and shooting. Guides and Horati
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
(atOILOfllMA, i>. 0.
TOWN LOTS ALSO ACRE LOTS FOR SALE
Fnrk����_f__l l_=�� *s s^ua^e<^near ^e junction of the Nicola
rui IVMJalC and Coldwater rivers with the railro.d grade
wit hia one mile of it and the survey to the town limits It will
be tne center of the finest mining district in British Columbia.
Fork *\(\i\Ip ^es *n ^e center ��^ t,ne ^oa^ Be't,> which is
rui l\-MJalC being developed and will soon be shipping
Coal.  Near this point the Nicola Va 1-y gets its Coal supply.
Fork <a_Hfl Ip w'^ kQ the supoly point for the well known
rui l\>Uc-_IC mining camps of Aspen Grove, Iron
Mountain, Ten Mile and the Co.dwater, where many properties are being developed.
Get a Lot now
and flake Money
Terms can be arranged
Full particulars, prices, etc., on application to
G. M. BRASH,   -   -   Sole Agent /
THF NICOU HI.KALD
LOCAL NEWS
Jr.. Orabimt of C.gtlat wit in Nicola
'0 Tuttda/.
A fancy dress ball ��.s  held tl Sptnota
Bridge last wetk.
B. Walker of lha C>ldwttrr wat t via..
tm to NlColl on Tuc'a.iay.
R  M McK."��ii lef> on Monday (or
Kamloopt on t th'iri riait.
8.   Kirhy  ,,,1  T. W. -larkaon of Q-nl
ihtnt paid a visit t , K<minor, last we.k
Jut. Marshall ia ���,._,(,, rapid prnfres
��ith tht huildinit nt hi�� houst tt Forks
dalt.
A.   ��,.   tlntr-e and  A. W. Strickland
paid a visit M the 22 Mile ______��_���_
tha tunnel lair Saturday.
CHATHAM INCUBATORS
and BROODERS
Don''   K��e|,   Hens
���- Make Th��in   K��-ep Y<m	
Chatham Incubators are made In t'ana-a
aad ther, are itn.ti-Hi.da m u-e, _n-|ii_ en
lira- H_il i��f ,ci in...    Mrr)   machine yilar-li
lea.     So* l.   to- 111,,.   II nil ell,r   work
and tie.' j > a I  <hl. k n-    Kims hai ch'-'
earl) in Muc are worth three rlw-N as
much a�� hod. ha r pal in Ma, or June,
Price, and Caleb .tie on Application
LE-MI-t'- HARDWARE
K��ML<M��ps
JI NT   It ll III III
A 'all sfi.k of up lo data goods to
���npply the Harneaa and SaHHI-ry
trade of Nicla diatrict. Call or
aend your ordira (or
Harness, Saddles,
Saddlery Hardware,
Horse Clothing, etc
Hproui'v i.m'iV <������ Cu-tiiu-, or_ih*k
N.J. BARWICK.
NICULA R. C
Pure honey in the ���___*. at ���t___t*Jte__ _
0arrin��r,.i,'_ hits* Leal Its) it tht r_l
Mil.  tea on  the marker.     [�� is a  fine
��ti��t' pekoe, a straight   assam  Ita.    N
bouse .omii'ei- atiihnii' ir.
Mrt. Rear of Kamloops is visiting her
lit'er, Mrs. ft. H W,n,,T having arriv.d
on Monday arming's state.
II Ntveralio Hor.�� Mr,,,., art y -i
elinlea tome aid PI VASE ynurtsK.
ilZKH 1 to 5 a' �� i.  Pa _>'., N'eola.
All  road-  lea-t  Im   ?.��__��___    Get a
I t no�� and l.e in on the ground laat.
You won't revir.'  ���>
R J. Armstrong and S. .1. Rate art nn
t vi-it tn Karn'onps this week in oonnec
lion with their mining interests.
A. W Strickland tnsnsiiee nf the Rank
ot Montreal left io��n on Tuesday morning for a visit to Douglas Ms,
Carrington a iiiofeii Leal tea li tht
fery finest fl ,��ery orange i i-kos. Im
porttd and park-d .specially for It. It
a'anlii'tlt the finest tea nn tha marktf.
80 cents I pound.
Special offer: fl'i down tnd five
monthly payments of (10, securtt in ti
ctllent lot in F-rk.d.le
0, A. Lafferlt of the Hank "f Mon>r't'
returned   to  N'dla  on 'satiirda.   aher
fortnight's visit  with his parents tn Ca|.
����r?. 	
F. D. Woodward nf Lower Nicnla was
in Nicola on Tuesdav. Mr, Woodwan
ia still open N supply all kindt of lumhet
tt his Lower N>cola taw mill.
Frank Lambert haa decided tn erect a
two storey hiiiMing on hia lot on Mail
afreet on the Winny t..wi."it|. Ut will
commenct operations thortly.
(J" to Arinatioo.'s f. r aetd, timothy,
ald'fa, hrnmt grass, alsac, red clovtr a id
I.��o graas. Wheat, oatt tnd peal
PKICI8  KII1HT.
 "\
F.G. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CABBIA3E AlID WAliON WORK
HurNeshoing dune in a
. first cl .ss m?iiner.   Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
All Work Guarantee-
NICDI.A, H. a
M BEATTIE
.loooiiuiaiir.l; iiniiiias in, Insurance
and Oeneral Agetir.
Main Hireet ��� "anil-opt
A 8rraight Tip. (let netf tn Forks
dalt. D��n'r wait (or the rush, hut get
. ,iir feet 111 lhe -and ,>o_>.
Carrinjrlon's Sneer L-af i.ais tht h�� I
-Wet. tta  on   the  market.    Ir   ��J |   fine
���ange pekoe, a stiighr asssni tea,
N-t hnuat compl-te without il.
Jennie Sam donated the amn of ten do'-
lars *o the provincial erheq.er last weel
for acquiring a jag. The party charged
with supplying the hooie ��i|| appear ot<
Saturday to answer to the .harp.
Measrt. Saul and Cameron of Seattle.
Wash , paid a flying visit to iht valle<
hit week and 'ere m.ic h impressed with
the prospcts for the future, I hey ire in
teres'ed in mines and will return to lonk
over lhe Aspen (Ir. re section.
Church nf England Service, Nicols:
Foorth Sunday in Lent, morning prayer,
11 a.m.; evening prayer, 7 30 p.m.,
Monday: Holy Communion, 8 a. ��� ;
Wednesday, Iftrh; Evening, prsytr ltd
Bihle ttudy, 7 SO p. m.
(I. C. TunitaM, government agent a'
Kamloops having rujea indliposed ( r the
put (ew werki, h,�� heen removed to the
hoapital. Hs many Iriends throughout
the province will hope tht rest in lhe
hutpittl will aid his speedy recovery.
J. P*.l Mtrray and Woodward gan
their decision in (he assault rs-e l.r"ti_li
by F. A. Howse against K. (ioettlich, in
Tueeday (lotttlich wta tent up for trial
on tht chtrge of assault, hail being ac
aeptrd. The ao'ion against Ooetllich for
lanugos wtt diamiised.
If fou want high i lass up In dan Roota
and Shoes go tn Armstrong's. Bpring
sti����k just trrived.
HARDIMAN & CO.
Land Mining and Oeneral Supply Affta
U'nlim rnntrae'rirs, farm mat hlnsr;, buggies.
nuiier .sleigbse'c .'etd fir our hat of farm
and mining properilea. Reports on mining nro
ii r Irs through the Dlsirlc.   Cable t'ldre-s
Aurum'   Cislea: Hrumhall, More.ng t Seal,
a. o. fl, Ith.
Warehouae-i'anford. S'lcola Valler, B. C.
If tn��art thinking of hurling now ii
���he time to get your orders cut sn ta to
havt iht lumher dry when the long den
���om_ and the carpenters ran work with
���leaiure. Remember the name, The
St ..la Poriab'* ewsajta S.. Mil.
foraplodatej.il ori.ii|o��  sea.   your
.rdenlo (he N'cla H-r��M , r. _
Place ntmt oidera wi h The Portable
's'eam Saw Mill, all work guaranteed
.Lis* srrived.fsshinnahle moulding knives.
Wht need to les'e your h- u-e uofini'hed
f-r want of moil'dingt Edge ind grain
flooring of first quality, will oa'wear theee
fl "'ts made nf flat graia. Wiudnw sash
madt to order.
WATCH REPAIRING
All  Simla of   Ws'cn, Clock
ai-il -le-n ry re, a.i" il i" III
first class order and satisfaction guaranteed. .il work
entrusted to our care will lie
completed and re'iirued with-
i ut delay
H. Tl. I AvII'Ba-I.I. A VAX,
C. P. R. Tims 1-apeciiiis. Kamlonpt
C.rr'nglon's (l.ldni Leal tea it Iht
vtry finest fl i��erf ornge pekot. tm-
ported and packed e-pecially (or us. Is
ahaolu'ely the ti>ieit tet un tht market.
HO eenta a pound
Butlnett LocaJa
What tbout that acre lot in Forkadtle.
hadn't you better be after it right away?
It will pay you.
Oat Armstrong s prieet on til kindt ol
building material, doort, windows, nailt,
j'linti, paper, lumhtr, etc,
Subscribe fc The Heralil.
ARTISTIC HAIR CUT 25c
EASY SHAVE 15c
HENRY MURK'S
NVxt I'o'ley's Kutcher Shop.
Q. n. BRASH.
Accountant and Auditor
KB AI, HH'I'A TH        INSURANO.I
Ttmporary office- Sttwart'i Stage   Big
NICULA. P  C.
OFFICE DIARIES
Every business man
should have one.
POCKET DIARIES
igo6 All styles and
prices.
Canadan and Whittaker'a Almanac's
Useful iiifoiiiiatuio (or all.
SMITH BROS
DOOIiSTOHI-
Kainloo|S ami Vciiioh
"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 per pound.
A. R. CARRINGTON,
Proprietor.
"Ii1 PAYS TO DEAL WITH US.*
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GO.
OF NEW YORK
Accumulated Assets $140,000000
The Oldest Life Insurance Co. in America
Manager for-The Nicola, Okanagan and
Similkameen Districts.
W. H. KIMPTON, Nicola, B. 0.
r
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
Offlpial Administrator
'!(-������   I 0..menial Hl'��'k. east of Post Office.
Kamloopa, ft. C.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Bar...ter,  Solicitor and   Notary  Public
IM-rte:   rc_e| nf Iht Ctnadian Bank of Com
wan e. -om b side of Victoria strati, Kamloovt.
Mnaer to loan on real estate ������� nrll j
NOTICE.
Hiftf dars after data I l-i.nd lo applrtotht
i-hiff niiiuiilsalniier of landa and work- for per
ml-sinri 10tmr hase SOaC'Saof mou-tatu pa.t-
oirii land aihiH'rii in Aapi-n Uiove, desrrliteti
aa follnwa: roin'oenclnit at a post marked 1
Eastwood'aN W. oorno llii-ii e -outh 20 ihaius
k-M .aat20chains, thence north 20 chains,
thence weal _u i h.ilna lo inilial post.
IHAAC KA.STWOOI)
Aspen drove ;th March, ttU6.
NOTICE.
Nonas Ii ktrabr gtvtn that wllkla _Mf
days after date I Inlend to appl/ to tne
rhn-f. uriiinl-^looer of lauds and works for permission to pori'litseJ-O acres of pa-turs laad ia
ihe Nicola illiHon of Vale UiHtrict, sltuatixlas
follows: commencing at a atake at the N K.
i truer of im li:i.l riinninK norih 10 chains thence
west lOehalna. th.'iirn south III chaios, llieinat
east 10 ehalna. containing lOOaeies: alio cnti-
mencing al the -. ��.. corner of lot 715 thence
wesi M chains, thence south 10 li-ic, thence
east 10chains Ihence sou'h 10 chains thence
east 10chains, thence norih 10 chain-, theme
east 201 hains thence north 20 chains, contain
iiik-1'..scira, JAMK-IOKHICTT
Nicola, March 7, !',��-
BLAIR & CO.
-DEALERS IN-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. 0.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINER-.' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATR AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Resldtnt Agantt ln Nioola for tha
ROYAL, and LONDON dt  I.ANCA.IHIKK   FIKB  IN.URANOl 00.8
0OUTLEB HOTKL
COUTLEE. B C.
Jos. Richards,      -      Proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.   First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Orood Btahllng ts Ootuatetlon. .tUp-MM ______W____|

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