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THE NICOLA HERALD
Vol 2.  No. 17.
NICOLA, B. C, THUR8DAY, APRIL 26, 1906.
$2 a Year
SURVEYING
TO NICOLA
OOMTHrUIHO BAILWAY LINK FROM
THI FORKS.
Hoes Through Vogrht's Ranch  via J.
Oharterea, Garcia c and Tamtr
tot Ranch and Along on
Laval With Nicola
Thit Ittt wttk hu attn quite t tpurt
in railway eonttraetion. II. J. Camhit,
��n_inaer-in-chtrge, with * party nf sur
vtyors htvt hem over the ground from
the Forks to Nioola, tnd tt present have
their camp near Giroit't. Thtt hive
run t turvey line from the end of the
present grade through Vnjht's plate
scrota through tht John Charter'i ranch
tnd thtn through Garcia'a and through
Tamertnn ranch along the flat to the
Murray bridge.
Juit tt we go to press wt httr thtt tht
tarvtyor'i tamp it being moved over to
Ttmerton ranch and that the frvtyon
trt running a preliminary line behind
Mrt. Pooley's house tbout twenty fast up
the btnk. Dtfinire informati n will he
to hand in t ftw dtyt whieh line >il1 he
the one uttd. (I it tlsn ri peeled that
In a few week! lime men m <t be at wnrk
grading and filing the right of way in
Irtckltying may be continued to Nicola.
Tht cement gsn_. at P-'ir crteV tnd
Dodding't hridge are rapidly putting in
tke piers antwithitinding the rising river,
Railhead ia nnw at D. P. Marpnle't
ranch and with gnnd lurk may bt in the
vicinity nf Petit ereek ere nor neit issue.
The rising river, howevsr, may yet delay
tnnstrii.ti. n but everything points tn the
river nnt riling even tn normal hirh
water mark.
All thing! tnnaidered progress nf construction ii going vtry satisfactory tnd in
tevertl week's time tht toot of tht engine, will bt ketrd in Nicolt.
Higher Du tie. Probable.
Speaking at t banquet nf thn Toronto
branch nf the Canadian Manufacturers'
Association nn Friday night, Hon Ro
dolnhe Lemieug, eollcitnr general, in com
���anting upon Cantditn relali na with
tbe United 8>itee, uid: 'We havt
ceased tn Innk to Washington for a tola-
tian of the vexed fiscal problems, we have
boldly created new channels for the ei
paniion of our trade; we have given a
preference tn the Mother Country, thut
spinning tht Atltntic with our convoys
tnd Otntditn products. If we remain
trut to ourselves and letrn from tht
Amirieani a lesson whieh they have been
only too prone to tetch ni, wt will give
our Otntditn lirmitrt t homt market that
tan tlwtyi bt depended upon, without
the unoerleintiet of t fluctuating foreign
���trktl."
Tht latter Itttement il regarded tt t
hint of higher protective dutiet whtn tbe
rtvittd tariff it tnnouactd.
To Lead Senate Oppoaltlon.
-tutor Lnughttd of Ctlgsry htt bean
-hnstn by Conservttivei to lueteed Sir
MscKintie Bowell tl the leeder of tht
ippotiti.in in tha unite. The Uonstr't
tive following in the opptr house tint ia
votei to McKty uf Truro, who announced
tke rtsult on Friday.
Tht Ltditt Aid of the Pretbyttritn
Church will btvt charge of ths dinner
and refreshment! on the N. A. A. groundt
during the Victorit dty ttlebrttion.
VHSTRTt MSB TING.
OtBt-ra Sleeted For Bt John e Church
For the Rnralng Term. ,
A vestry muting of St. John tbt Bap
tilt, Church of Ingltnd, wu held Fridty
tftiraonn, April 20th, with tbe Ven.
Archdeacon Small in tbt chtir.
Tht tatratary'l report showed i good
financial tttnding. Onniidtrtbla buti
neee wit .rsniacted tnd tffairi thoroughly
diicuistd. A ntw brick chimney will
he built oa tha ehorch en. the new bunal
ground will ba feaoed tnd turvtyed into
plnte.
R H. Winny donated a piece of land
adjacent to the church, recommending
that a parsonage ha built Iherenn, which
waa accepted. The many improvement!
discussed will no douht result in ftvor-
tMe changes being madt.
The following were elected for the ensuing yetr:
Lay delegate to the Syond, H. D.
Oreen-Armytaga.
Churchwarden, Vietri: II. D. Creen-
A'mytage.
Churohwtrdan, People't: A. W,
8'rickltnd.
8'deemen: Dr. Tutill, R. H. Winny,
H 8 Cleathy, 0. M. Brtih, 8. J. Solo
mon, A. Cnndiaann.
Stcrtltry treasurer     Dr. Tutill.
LOCAL NEWS
W, A Doddt of Aipen Orovt wta in
Nioelt today.
Fraeis Raw and I, Murray nf  Mameltt
Lake were in Nicolt yetterdty.
Thos. Hunter tnd Frtnk Lambert left
thu morning for I'rinceton.
H. 0, Turner and wife of Princeton
passed through town to the oottt on
Friday morning.
Mr. Rannie, bridgt enntrtetor, tnd
Mr. Ciowskl nf the Lots, Macdonell Co.,
were in Nicnla today.
0. C Tuni-all, gold commissioner tt
Kamloops, was at Spences Bridge tbit
week in connection with wtttr rightt in
thti lection.
B. D GreenArmytige. H. 8 Ctetiby
tnd S. J. Solomon nf Coutlee were in
Nicolt on Stturdtv in attendance at tha
vtttry meeting nl St. Jnhn't Church.
E A. Jukes, who ii in chirge of tht
drilling ope-ttiont on the cotl landa held
by himself and astncitlti near Forkt-
dale, left thia weak for Vanoouver. Bt
will bt intent tevertl dtyi.
Tht dittriet meeting of the Methodist
Church will be held it Kamloopi next
wetk, Rav. J. Pyt of i.iooli will tttend.
Tht tnnail conference meeting will be
held tt Victorit on Mty Uth, both Mr.
tnd Mn. Pyt ttttnding.
M. J. MeDontld tnd daughter tnd
Mn. L. M. Thnmt son trrived in Nicolt
8tturdiy evening tnd ire occupying the
Ptige home. Mr. McDont|d hat nnt
been in the best of health lately tnd will
no doubt ncupertte rapidly with Nicola's
bracing tir.
Roht. J. Icntt tnd family of Rockford,
with tn thank their many friendi in Nio-
o'a Valley tnd Kamloopi forthe kindneis
and sympathy ahown them in their ltd
berttvtment in the dttth of Mn Scott.
SAN FRANCISCO
DISASTER
DAMAOI    BBTIMATBD   AT  ABOUT
1400,000,00.
Number or glnjured Unknown.-City to
Ba Rebuilt Immediately.- Help
Coming Prom All Parti of
the World.
Latest reports from San
Francisco state that the fire is
conquered and reliable estimates of lhe damage done are
being formulated
The number of dead is given
as 277. but it is almost impos
sible to give any estimate as
yet to the number injured.
The total damage to the city
is estimated at $400,000,000.
No time will be lost in the
work of rebuilding as already
experts from the large engineering and contracting firms
are on the scene investigating
the ruins with a view of discovering what form )f construction
best withstood the shock. It
is expected that 250.000 tons
of structural steel will be required to repair the losses and
erect new buildings.
Every day brings more sympathy from the outside world
and offers of help in the way
of cash and provisions are being rapidly rushed to the scene
of the disaster Transporta
tion companies are vicing with
each other in the gratis help
and rapidity t<> stem what might
easily be for the people afflicted the added horrors of starvation. The province of Brit
ish Columbia both officiaily and
municipally h;<ve wired contribution to the relief fund for the
destitute.
About $250,000/100 of fire
insurance is the  conservative
estimate of the risk carried by
the citizens nf the city.     For
years San  Francisco has been
the profit producer on the coast
for insurance companies.      Its
I loss ratio was 25 per cent less
than   any  other  city   in the
country.   Consequently owing
: to this unusually favorable experience, rates were low and
1 insurance   companies   under-
, wrote liberally.    On the other
I hand the proportion of insurance value was unusually small,
partly owing to the confidence
begotten by the long immunity
from fire and also because of
there  being   no co-insurance
clause there requiring the owner to carry a certain proportion
of insurance to value.
There has been no official
LO .V BR NICOLA NBWS.
Happenings Toward tha Lower end of
The Valley.
Tht Pttit creek it in aptte ind is msk
ing Ihingi interesting for tbe outfit tn
gtged in building tkt cement bridge pien.
Mr., Mn. tnd MittCimphill Johnston
who htvt rtsidtd it Aspen Orovt for
some limt ire gueiti it the Rotedtle
House.
The oement gangt at Doddiag's and
Clemes' bridges ere putting in tn eleven
hour day, auch being necessary to combat
a rspidly rising river.
The CMnett it Willow Grange trt go
ing tn build their own hridge to connect
with the old McKitrirk rtneh.
Roderick McKenzie it letving Newton
Orangt tnd inttndt hitting tht Tern
tones trtil ere long.
Wm. MoNeill of Aspen Drove wu a
guest tt tht Rottdile house early thii
week,
Wnrd his heen received from the provincial government that the wnrk of eon-
s'rurtion of tht bridge scroti Pttit ereek
would he commenced in July,
Re sure tnd attend the cricket match
it Coutlee on Saturday.
The regular meeting of the A. 0. F.
will bt held tomorrow evening.
Joseph Ouichnn of Quilehent wtt in
Nicolt on Monday nn huaintat.
Mr. and Mra. H. Prict nf Aspen Grove
were visiting in Nicolt thii wttk.
A rtturn rricktt match Nioola vs.
Cou'ltt will he played on Cletihy'i field
it ('outlet on Stturdty afternoon. Tbt
game will start sharp t o'clock
8TRATBD.
Strayed from Dodd'i rtnch, Aiptn
Grove, t inrrtl gelding, white itript on
face and on two hind fett, fnre top cat,
hranded 7L on left hip. Any penon
knowing of aach tnimtl can stnd fnfor-
tntthoto H. H  Piici.
Aspen Grovt.
utterance as yet to the liability
of the insurance companies.
The matter of the earthquake
complicates matters considerably, although there is every
indication that the underwriters
will settle on the broadest
basis possible.
Miss Nellie Hunter hat btea verv ill
the paat week. She ii nnw retting
easy and a speedy recovery ii hoptd for.
Jot, R. A. Richards,  and  Mn.   Rich-  |
trds drove tn tke 22 Mile House today in
company with  H. J. Cambie who it letv
Ing for tht coast.
The tet meeting irrtnged for on Friday avening in the Mathcdiit Church it
Lower Nieola his hesn postponed. Announcement will be mtdt liter it to tht
dtte when it will he held.
Myrtle Woodward youngest daughter
of Harvey Woodward of Lower Nicnla,
hss hern very low the lait week with
pnsumonia, and her coidltmn al present
is very critical. Everything possible ii
be mn d.ne to relieve the little sufferer,
tnd her reoovrry li eirneitly hoped   for
VICTORIA DAY
CELEBRATION
NATIONAL HOLIDAY  WILL BI OB
8BRVBD IN NIOOLA
Hone Racee. gymkhana, Foot Race*
Under  Auspices ef Nieola Athletic Attociatlon   Don't For
get the 24th.
Arrangements trt bting mtdt by tke
committee of the Nicolt Athletic Auooia
tion for tke Victorit Dty etltbrttioo.
From til accounts thii will be t rtd letter dty in tht hittory uf tbt Nicolt Vailty. Tht committee ire doing their but
to irrtngt a mott interesting programme
which will include foot racing, hone rac
ing tnd gymkhtnt.
Tht Ltdiet Aid of tht Pretbyteriau
Church art miking tht irnngtmenti for
the lunch and refreshment! during the
dty.
The committee will meet tbnrtly to
discuss wtyi tnd menu tnd to image
tht prngrtmmt of sports tnd priiet of
which due tnnouncement will bt mtdt.
The  Athlttic   Association  are having
thtir ground fenced tnd pnt in order to
booths mty be eretted for the nit of ice
oretm, At.    A pavilion will alio bt art.
ted for the entertiiment of tht visitors.
Prayer Authorised
The following pnytr ii tuthoriaed by
tht bithop to bt uttd in til tht Anglican
churches in the Victorit diocese and it
recommended to be tied it private tnd
family prayan: "Almighty God, oar
Httttnly Ftihtr, who ordtrttt til thinp
in hetvin tnd etrlh, our help in time of
netd, btvt mercy, wt beseech Thee,
upon ill who are suffering from the die
aster in California: comfort those tmongtt
as who ire in anneiy fnr thtir relatives
and frienda; grant that tfter the earth
quaka aod the fire wt mty til httr Tby
voict calling ns to t trat rtpentanet for
our meny sins, witb t fall purputt of
tmendmtat ef lift, to tht benur and
glory of Tby holy ntmt, through Jttui
Christ, our bleutd Lord tnd Saviour
Amen.
Mn. Man, wife of J. A. Man, ti-M.
P., for Tile-Cariboo, died lut Fridty at
Victoria tfttr t long illness. The fun
enl took pltct lut Mondty tt Vittorit.
Gtorge Hillitrd ii now in ehtrgt nf Iht
blacksmith busintu lately run by F. G.
Paige. Mr. Billiard it I thorough work
���ia tnd patrons may dtpend on getting
fint eltu work.
Last Saturday tvtning whtt might
hivt been t very serious mttttr wu
ivtrttd by providence. An Inditn drit
ing t tetm with t load of lumber and
freight patted through town end when
near Princess avtnut, two hoist of dyne
mile fell from tne wtgon to tht road,
brttking the botes tnd tht contents rol
ling over tht ground.
Word received from Mrt. dimes Wood
wtrd from Le Grindt, Calif ruis, dtted
Uth, sta'es thit ker eldest child, Kim
ona, hat btea tnd ii still very lick witb
typhoid fever, tnd Ihe youngest girl hu
bttn suffering with tht meulet, bnt it
now doing nictly. California may havt
charms for some, but tht family can ap.
preeiatt t good country likt Nicola Valley. THE   NICOLA   HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Pahllahed Brery Tkureday
���abeerlptlon In Advance. g_t a Tear
Nicou. & C. Ai mi. ���__, IMS
IHE'FRISCO DISASTER
The awfui catastrophe at
San Francisco is most app 1-
ling, so much so that comm' nt
is scarcely possible. Yet we,
in common with th- whole civilized world, yield a ready sympathy to those who have lost
kith and kin, homes and fortune.
Any catastrophe due to, or
through human agency, can
usually be bravely met by
those afflicted, an earthquake
often makes a poltroon of the
bravest. Yet, in this last instance of nature's monstrous
power, we glean not a few instances of self sacrt ice and
fearless bravery. Such acts
make one proud to know th t
he is allied in speech a ���
blood to heroes who undauntedly faced the forces which
were hurled so relentlessly at
the city of the Golden Gate.
One can scarcely pit k up a
paper without reading of acts
of courage and dauntless facing of almost certain doom ifl
the cause of rescue��� and we in
common with all people, can
but admirt; the man' er in
which thr men and women oi
San Francisco have f u_.ht io
save their beautiful city from
utter destruai in
Help is being rap ciy sent to
to the sufferers from .ill part
of the world and this province
has not bern br-hind in extend
ing contributions in ai<! oi the
homeless and de-stitute.
"In the name of c��mmo i
sense, why shou'd the House
of Comm- ns not be run on up-
to date, business lines? A time-
limit is badly needed for all
speeches. And a p idded room
for every member who persists
in talking when he really has
nothing to say," writes J T.
McPherson, M. P., in Weekly
Dispatch. If this rule should
be enforced in the British Columbia legislature, a padded
room would be necessary for
some of the phonographic hot
air members.
Reports from Boston are to
the effect that Granby Mines,
Boundary, has reduced its copper producing costs to 6}��
cents per pound.
The outlook for the mining
industry throughout Nicola is
exceptionally Wight for this
year. Keep your eye on Nicola Valley.
��<^*-_ur��_r����-_i-r��-r__r��<-__ri_r��-ri_ii
STRONG
AS AN
OX
MALLKRT'8 Bttf, Iron
tad Wint makit you
itrong. Compottdoffreib
Bttf, Iron in t form that
it stilly awn listed, aod
good Sherry Wine, it it a
''line thit makes rich ntw
Mood, supplies nitrogenous material to build flesh
and niuicle, and ttimu
Itttl the whole system to
Btetr effort tnd energy.
Price tl per bottle,
-ma-
MALLERY DRUG CO
-IM1TID
XAMLOOP -.    :     :  B. C.
���tvlvOivtv e_��__yt_>e. ��_>_>__>#
AUK YOUR DHALBR FOB
"Kurtz's Own"
"Kurtz's Pioneers"
"Spanish Blossoms"
UNION MADI. CIGARS
KURTZ'S PIONEER CIGAR FACTOR!
148 Oordora Bt W.
VANOOUVBR B. 0.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
���010  Westminster Road
VANOOUVBR, B. 0.
H.edquartart for
PACIfC CO .ST tiROWJt
Oarden, Flowtr tad Field Hnedi.
Mew rmp now iu n _k and on  lest Id
our ireeiihou-ee.   Ask your merchant for
then in setl d i.iokegao.    If n�� don not
handle 'hem,  we  will   mall  5(1   .ssoted
6c pteksgee of Ve_etstil-i soil   H    .. r tttds
( _r i.win Ircmn, siinsbie for R, fl, _��r
dens) for |1 is} Hp-tiel pruvs _n yom
t>uik �����������'
H. C. isrewn Moek   al  Fralt  and
Ornamrulal Trrra.
No* reedy bsr spring shiiu.riit. Kitra
BP-. I'is-k of���
I tad I rear old apple trees tt |jn per 100
|l��> u-r 1(1)0.
MaiB��rd Plum $100
I -lis- Prune. -) ��� nr tine 12} per it
Sugar Plum  1 ��_��r. fins |.��j |..r I0o
Full list of u'her ttock st regular priee-
No einrnit, -m ur delay of nnui trttl n
or nop cm.ii
ilreenknii.e IMtntt, Fl -si Work. ��<tt ��� ip-
plle-, S run l'��. !i(- fu nl sen. sis.
Let Bt pnre yur list More  ordaring.
Catalotut Frte
M. .   HSNKT,
Mil Westminster Road,      v _ .moves, H C.
NOTICE.
Estate of John Corbett,
Deceased.
j is dim wUI he rarttved b; the eeder-
tlfned e-eentori nt tht estate of the late
Jobs Cerbatt, It-teas., tt to It n .lack _oo_.
Fritter, J ���� It'll, l��0t. (or tkt purr ties* a. tkt
test half -tetlot W. I'ownahlp tl, oa Iht, Isles
aboal tkrtt miles will tt Nieola. toalalaiag
tn ewes more or Int.
TBRMH CA8H.
Dated at Nioola, R 0.. Mtreh IT. IM.
A. It OAHKlNUWiB.
N  1. H. HAH WICK.
Bitentor- tt tht Estate ef Ut lata Ma
Cerbet-
���tkt_ribt fer tkt Herald, fluttywr.
MICttLA AM MB MINT Dl-TRKT
TAX NOTIOB.
NOTICB Is bere.7 gives la teeerdaact with
IktWalltee. that I'rovinrlel He. anus Tn tad
__s_____h__< taiee aad tacomt tat. a-__.se I aad
levied aider ibe As _____ Act aad amend
asealt, are now due and parable for the leer
UK All Uses wile, table for tbe Nieola assess
Btat district are dot tod parable at mj ofBoe.
en uale at Mcola This netlce, It terms tt law
Is ef atvaltnt te t pereoeel dema_d kj ait spin.
til persons liable for tales,
UKO.   M< KH_T,
Aseee-or aad Celltetor.
Nicola Asteeeaieat Dleiri-i.
Nieola Poet Ofilct,
Dattd at Nicola tlh et Feb, uarv, INI.
i iiki .. oiTii-crr
A. R. C. He. Loedoa.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Ktmloopt, B. C.
Assays tod  an_l)_es af Dies. Coal and Id
du-irla' pMducte.
-ample, by mall or stage receive pr-mpt
_A_. O. F.
/ s��URT Ntl'OU, No. Ml, A.O. F��� aittta
V leeond and fourth FrlUat in taoh niflDlb
n P..ley's Hall.    Visit-., brelhre
al ��� v
cordially Inviltd.
N. J, RtKWlt'K. P. R.
VV. Ioihi.on M'RHtT, Has.
W. J. KERR
Wa.chmaker.Jeweler
ht MUM IPS, B. C.
All kuirit    ���   W��ii lies, Clocks, Jewtlry,
etc, kept hi siock.   Wedding prei
ents t specialty.
Firs' -leas repairs dont on ihort notice
tnd leiu'ii.o ai  .nee.
Notice.
Notice Is hereby _'����� n that todays after date
llaiend loappl. la the Hun. the chief on-
ml .loner of isinda and Works for permission
to pur-has. Iistareaof pasture land sli.ated
on Voght ere. k. in tne NleoU Division of Yale
In- ri. t. nous i-l ��sf ���..! .* Ci-iim.nclug .ta
i��i.| .narked .1. II It, snu'h east corner, planted
about l.o milt, and a half up Vngbt crtrk
sadtbnui Hiil.oiir ���* .hi from Thnn.pM n s lane
tbeoce midiii | we-*t 10 i-haias, 'hence north
ill chains, thence h��-t 10 chains, thence Month
WI chains to point of commencement containing
an area of In. acres mors nr less
Febu-rj 13th l-Ot
J AM KM C. SHIII IW.
NOTICE.
Hli'y days after data I la-end to aptly tolhe
ehl-l cninmlshliiner of lands aod work, for atr-
nilstkmiopur ha.e 10 ar e-of oust la pan
ture land su na ..i la Aspen Om\e, deecilbeil
t. follows: co innenclng at a pe* .narked 1
East woo''a N W. corne' i hen e -outh ai chains
ihence east .01 halna. Hence aorih _o chtlns,
thenoe wesi _. i b iiih to Initial. o.i.
IrlAA'   KA-TWC-3D
A-pen Grave Tlh Mar. h. lis*
NOTICI
Nells, le hereby given iht' wlthla slily
days af-er d.ie I ittted to   apply le   lae
chief omnmi-��toa.-r nf lands and works for ter-
mlealoo tn n rchaseit I teres of pa-tore laid It
the Nn" a dtvl i... of Yale Ole'ric-t. situate' as
f d nws: coininencliiK al a -take a' the N. K.
lernn. ollni 1133 running nor h ID chains thenee
wee' 10 eh. ns, >h nee aouih 10 chains, thenee
. as' to chain . i-nniainiug 100 a les: also com-
ineni'iiig i> the *, k, corner of Int 71i thenoe
we . 40 halo', Ihence smith 10 chtl.s. thenoe
ea-i in. I.. .. theme sou h 10 ch.las thenoe
e hi i ".lain- thenct nrih 10 chtin>, theuce
ea-t 30 hains i hence nort .Ociiai. . contain-
lug t.-ac ee -AM-.-CUKHETT,
Mco>a, March 7, IM
NOTICK
Hli'y day afar date I Intend te apply te the
chief commissioner of landn and -ink* for per
ndseloa In purchase 3-0 a. rt- of mo'inlalu pa>
ture rimimrn ugal a post tt norti-weet eoraer
tfl 1004, ihence norih 10 oht'0-. thtaee east
|aen y chile . 'heace nor'h forty chains,
t emeea-i twei'ty .hains, thenc- south r y
thai aa. tbeece wea< twenty <ha na, thetce
��� uiith toitv rhalns, thence west t�� snty ohalas
to point 'ST eorjsnisnctmett.
A-pen Hinve. March ttih, IWV_
V,. A. DODDSv
NIOOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL���
It prtptrtd to ttkt contract! for
ataiiig lumber and getting oat
li_ber.
Wfiaeral Hill t ������trteetl Ktf-tite-d
PRICES MODBRATB
l'srtitt wiihing work ctn htvt ��_st
prossptly tttended to by tpplyinf to
F. D. WOODWARD,
NieMa, B a
Leers your ordtrt with ft J. Berwick,
for Umber who it tgtni fer tke Bleelt
Porta bit Sttem 8a w Mill ht tee hale fee
plea -at aa order.
Wall Paper From 10 Cents up per Roll
House-Cleaning Time is
House fainting Time
The Shtrwin-WMiamt
Family Paint is made particularly to lighten house-cleaning
labors.
It is an oil paint and can be
washed and scrubbed. It brushes out easily���doesn't drag or
tire you to apply it;  the girls
can put it on.   Made in 24
good colors.   Use  it this
year on your  cupboards,
pantry shelves, base boards, 1
etc., and you'll have less
work next year.
Get color cards ��� they
tell more about Family
Paint
SOLD BV
MBTKOCOIdlTAN
HEAT MARKET
N   OLA LAK... K ^.
Prime Beef, Mil*ton, l.Hmb, VohI, Pork
Hiid N.iusage
Orden throughout   hn lli-tnct > iitmn and  prompt   delivery
Freah Fish Every Friday.
JAtlK-   IMtOI.Kf ....       Prtyrieltt
HTrnxrvAJXT'tO
MCOLA AND PKINCETON
) u
d-kl_tio  Oeneral Xjlvery
Head Office      -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. 0.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every   1 hursday lor Nicola lake,  Kamloopa
Princeton and way points at 6 a. m.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at ft am
Leave Kumloops
Every Monday lor Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
hvery  .Sunday  6 a. mM arriving Spences
Bridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
Every Tuesday and Friday for   Spences
Bridge at 6 a. m.
Every Friday for Princeton at 6 a. m.
Special trips made by appointment
Telephone connection with Kamloops
M. P. STEWART,    -    -    Proprietor
JOB WORK   :-:   JOB WORK THE   NICOLA   HERALD
/ THE  NICOLA  HERALD
THB  SBVEK  AO-S
A little Itugh,
A little fun;
A blostoin bordtred
Wty to ruo.
A aaj___a] tall,
Aud serttut, too;
Aod the i the school
Tu Itbor through.
Then bloaaiim bordered
Wtyi nl Ion���
Juit two oa ttrth
And start abort.
Then to lha sltsr
Tlit-n I way
To horaeljr ctret
o| evtry day.
Then ji.ye untold,
Then new ilelight'
A bthy crying
In the night.
Then lomething more
Than uartnt's glee
A grandchild
Climbing on your knee
And then to sleep;
Urtsn sod thnve,
But life's worth living,
Fur the love.
Wlllln to Pleaae
"I'm clad Billy had lhe sense to ittrry
t settled old ma d," laid Ortndma Wink
un at the wedding. 'Why, grandma?"
aaked the mn, "Well, galli it hity-tity,
snd widders is kinder overrulin, and up-
eettin', hut old maids is thankful tod
williu' to please "
Hhai Vou Want la m
l
To tutorial- and __���__! yon at home.
Better than a tli.-ittrii.il performance
and niuna ih��ap��r.
For Prices and Turing Write to
FLETCHER BROS',
ftti HnuivlllH -MM
VANCOUVER,      ���     -     -     B. 0.
NONCE
Thirty days afler date I intend lo apply to
thechief coniiiiiM-ir.nl-r. f lands and woi.s for
a license to prospect for .oal on the t- II. win_
de��crlhed are . vis: tin the B. w. 1, 'he ��e i j
ot the h k. 1. the 8.1 of Ihe n. w, 1, Ihe n w. 1.
the N. w 1 of the n. w {, ths m w. i of the n tc.
(. al|ofSe.t|onl, T��l K. A. JUKH8.
Nicola, ind April, HUaS
NONOE.
Thirty days afler dale I intend tn apply to
the chief roiomiasioner of lands and woiksfor
a llrtin-e to pMsoeer for coal over the following
deacrlhed tree, vis: w I of Ihe 8. w 1. tud
the e W. 1 of the N w J of Section li. T 91.
Nicolt, 2nd April. lis. A. M. M. JLKK-.
IN THE SUPREMI-COURT OF BRIT
ISII COLUMBIA.
In Probata
In the Goodt of
JOHN CORBETT.
Decetsed.
Notice it herehy given that all cr-Hi
tora and other peraoru having any .Un-a
or demands against the estate iaf .l.itm
Corbelt late of Nicula in the c umy of
Vale, B. C, decetsed. who did on ihe
la. day uf Pehru ry. 11X16. and i holt will
was proved iu the Yale K gitiry on the
_.r.h dty of February 11*06. "v Arthur
Hichardsoit Cirrtngtun and Nathaniel
Joseph Henry Barwick the eiecutors
thertin named tre herehy reqmrd to
tend particulars in writing of their claims
ir demands duly verified to the undersigned mini' .r fur the laid titcut��rt on
er before tht firtt day of May, 19H6 tt
tha undermentioned iddrets, titer which
d.i fhe laid eiecutori till pneeed tu
dittrihute the titetiuf tht laid deceased
amongst the parties entitled thereto having regard only to th" damn and demands
.f which they ahall then htve had _.*__���,
tnd the tud executors will nnt he liable
fur the tteett of the it id deceased ur any
���art thereof ao dittrtbuted to tny ptrs.n
ar persons of whote claims or demandi
they shall not then htve had notice
Dated ihn 8th Hay nf March. W _
JOHN D 8WAN80N.
Kamlnupt, B. 0.
Bol.ol.or for the laid Iieeuton,
Nicola Valley Clydesdale Horse
Association
Imported Clydesdale Stallion
"ROSE EMPEROR"
(11883)11801
SEASON FROM 1st MAY TO 31st JULY
���WILL TRAVBL  DURING    BASON  AB  FOLLOWS
Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays at Nicola.
Wednesday noon and Friday noon at Coutlee.
Wednesday nighi and Thursday at Lower Nicola.
Service Fee $30 for Season including pasturage
JOHN BLACKWELL,
Manager.
THE NORMS SAFE & LOCK 00
SEATTLE, WASH.
Frank G. Benson.
Agent
VANCOUVER, BC.
T
L
A
-THE-
NICOLA HERALD
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Subscribe for the Local Paper
Gives all the news of Nicola Valley and
the country in general. Everyone in the
valley should subscribe for The Nicola
Herald, the local paper.
AnAdtPaySt   Tn/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 Visiting Cards,
and everything in the printing line. All
work promptly attended to.
Hicks & Lovick
Piano Company
Limited
The Nicola Herald
NICOLA, B. C
Telephone No. 7. Main Street
Pianos in Stock
Mason & Risch, Weber, Steck,
The Pianola Piano, The Pianola
663 Granville Street, Vancouver,
88 Government Street, Victoria. THE NICOLA HERALD
P_.I_.C-.TON MINB OASR.
Hull Court Settlet Title to tbe Olympla
Mineral Claim
Viinht vt. Wnnht, tease just daoiHtd
b/ tht full court it Vi.turis, list resulted
in tht reversal of the judgment of Mr.
Justice Irving at the trial in K.iuluopt ���
yiar .go, and in a droision in favor ol tht
tD|K'llso'a, Joseph V. right, .igir |__r
f.cturerof k_s.il.tnd, and li. Lt-rr.'ii of
UllltWsllt. The ctse arose over the
t lie of the lllympa mineral cl .int. ��� vtlu
l.le cupper prperty, sltu.le on O-W-f
o.ountain, neir I'rincctoii in Ho; S o.ilka.
u.eeii district.
Wright applied for a cerlitic.te of im-
ptoveroeiits on the Olyiup a on behalf
.' himself and H.rron, and their clslm
su tdversed by Mn. Miry A. V.._ht,
wift of Kinil ��. Voight, iniuliig engineer
0' Priineton, -I'egtng th.t the lliympia
vas an invslid Inc.inn, although ��lis and
h-r hushsnil had comeye'l the claim an a
valid location, and .ven obtain.il I lo n
upon stcuruy of it. The plaintiff sll.g d
t ist she had relocated the pmper'y ��l
the Victor and Mary V,, and ilial the 1 -
cttiona were the only onus covering the
ground in dispute.
At tha trial it was ht d lhat the 0 im
I a was an Hiv-lnl location, and J'i"_
nienl wts given ui lav. r "f Mr��. Vmghl'l
cm rntiou. The il.ci-ion of the full
c mrt ti �� givtii upholds the isl rlny of
the Olympla, an" vests title in VN right,
li ven tig .'I, and rlarrmi one eighth.
Objtct to Sunday Observance BUI.
Sevtiilh Day Adviniis's, Jews, rail-
sty slid s eamh at c niptlileB, liakeis,
I) lllmeii, c.'piier. iron and steel smellers
htvt joined in an appeal to the special
pirliinentury commuter fitf enetnption
fr.ni the tirovisions of lhe Oovernment's
S indsy Ohttrtstti Bill, as it affected
e ch. A telegram ��ss ah-nrisd from the
Ilrinsh Of-__nh.a fni't nun a��kmg thai
they he allowed the privilege of shipping
p.-riahsl-e fruits nn Sundsy. The com-
n I'tee insets again this week. The mini
si.r nf justice ha" staled th .r the govern
men' meant husiness in the pr sen ation
of this lull.
Oet Arms'rung's prices mi all kinds of
building material, doors, windows, nails,
p.intt, paper, lumber, etc,
JOHN C. ADAIR
MIHIHaENGIN��ER COAL &0IL EXPERT
Is prepared to examine coal
properties and furnish reports on same. Terms to
suit all.    Nicola, B. C.
UNDERTAKING
j. r. McGregor
Lowtr Nicolt. B. 0.
UNDERTAKING
NOTICE
To All ' hom it May ('onuirn;
T have this nay taken prt_��*-_-<-- nF tbt
following des.-nhed land".
1. Ksmloops I) visn.n ,.f Y,l .tnet, ,_
i ins oa, laseo ||..s.essi.ii ii-   rn_
dea.'rih..d lands. |j t 16H (Jronp
I,   l-Snilll"|rS I) visn.n of   Y.le ol-tnet, .n
behitf ..f Henry W..nda-ard hf tuthoriry
of a deed si_ind by W. K. Wo..d��ard
_.u:���l.   .l.,   _ ... ..(     t	
fort-
At an election meetin. a candidate had
just concluded his address to hit i misfit-
U'Ots, when a man rose in the body of
the hall and said: "Mr. 0'iairinsn, I
��'<uld like to know if the tai.didi.te is re
turned, would he provide a cremstmium
f. r the benefit of the working clast)'
The candidate's reply came swiftly and indignantly: "I wi.�� d do nothing of the ���
kind," he said, "I was brought tip on
Aim milk myself, and ��.at was good
enough for me is good euoiigh fur tht
working cltsttt."
Otrring'on's Oolden Leaf tea is the
mry finest flowery nrntige pekoe. Imported and packed especially for us. Is
a'isolii'el} the tin.st tta ou tht market.
tin cents a pound.
 _L_I 1 -I 1
NOTICE.
To Ai.i. Whom R \'��\  3oM___r.
NEWTON GRANGE
U)__n iiicoi-A,
Cake notice that nu and after thia date
sll oalllt the protierty of the undersigned
a II bt branded N. (I. on left hn,.
Dated 2_ud dsy of March, 19(16
tt_.--X.41   IlllNTHKoN-,
C. L Flick, Agtnt.
which conveys the i>ri.wn   grant iff   *i
inenilnntd Inl In Henry Woodward with
ont any re-ena'iou whatsoHter.
Dated this 19 h day of Man-h, 1906, It
Lower Nic"la, B. 0.
0. L  Flick,
Agent for Henry Woodward,
NOTICE
Thirty dnvs after Hxie I intend tn sunk tn
the h"n m-hIiIi-theehief roiuniissioner of lands
and works t-r a Hetnus to |iros(a*( t for coal "ti
t'e f..||owi k desnrilied lands viz: I.o' [su.
1148. Township!!.. Kin. A. Kraser.
Nl.ola. fllh April Iflt*	
NOTICK
Thirty days tfter da'e I Intend In npilv in
Hta honnrahle tbt fhltf cninniissi >ner of lands
and wnrk. for ;i llntaweto uriwut'CI foreualnn
��� tie follnwlng deterthtd land-, vi/. Lot No.
II'., Township M. (J. H. Ura-h
Mcola, 9th April IOC.,	
NOTICK.
Notice U herebv nivpn thM wl'hir. UMajr.
from da'* J inl��M(i .nuking npp.tO.t_mi to t.,��.
honnrHhle chief nnmmi_Mt_io��r nt Inni* and
work* f��r nt^r ��� iHtion to p'TChftal Ct'i ucpp-i nf
MMtnrt land in thtt K*n, nop-, itivi^ion nf Vale
dint ret. -itnated m�� fnlloww: 0nntft.9n0.l_g nt a
Mtiike at th��H w PWOM of tot U'.VJ. I. 1, ninn'nvr
thenre unr h 'i" B C ������umih, t_h*BN went 1.611
rhatn*). Hniith _>.*_. chainp, ijipnre eaxt _tD51_i
rhaini. to ii nf of onm_D��lOa_M_M_.t
March 17.11106 J. ��. Gkiavbs.
NOTICE.
Voile*, it hereby (liven that within fifldayn
from date I In'end nrnklni hpiIkmiihii to' ��
hon.rhii-f eninniN lonfof UndHMiid ��nrkwf r
Tie,rmiH"inn tn i.iin-hH��" S"5l ��_<t.'h of n^-'nre
lind in the KandniM'* dlvi-inn "f Ya'ediH'rht
���nt unfed ax follow*'    cmini' M-tnt* xt . uttkfl at
thi'K Wmrp't" -of thi'land 180 ��hain-'i awt
of the n k corner i-f L 1H3 ���� I, runninn 'henrt'
Bllll 40 ch ii h the' ce n��rih ��D i'h*f'��-. tbrNW
wmlt .0 rhfiin-, thcn.OHouth SU chain- to �����������int
"f TO'   n'cli',i"n(.nt.
March 17. lif-S. Oio. RlWT.
NOTK'K
Notiix' ia hereby kjvcd that wifhin -ivy day*
from date I intn.id makiriK apnlii a"i��n In tho
hnn. ehief comiiii-.mn.>r nt land- and *mk- for
IKTini-iHion'<��� nuir'u-c 40 Hcr.-r. of mi-iurel nd
in (hp KamlnoiN iljvi-i"ti nf Yule di-'rjii. -itu-
ated Hri f'lilow-: oommnn' -iik ��*' a itake a' the
NR OOmti nf \jFti |(g, Q 1,'iinniii.: theocp
north 10 nhaini., fhcnr.e w-nt 40 ����� tin-, thenre
nouth 10 Ph-im-f. lh*ne�� ea-t 40 i-haina to rhe
nntfil of commeii' ement. W. V* ^ aki>.
V��rrh 17. I1N 	
RUTIC&
Notice lih-reby given \M with n lixtj diys
Nm. uai�� I ii'end imkiinc apnl.ca' ntn i Lhe
hon. chi'f oommii-lon< r i.f U-d-and wurk-'or
iniurirfino to mreh-Mt 40 acres, of pa-ttM
iaiidmlhi' Kathl Mipi ilu i \u- ut \ i.le (iimrici,
-it iiated ns f.t 1 iw��l ri)iiiiiiciic'n_t at a utake at
the H B i enter of l-ot 7'p'i I* I. nuiiiinK Ih- in e
t-arit .0 I'h-iiiiK, 'heiM-i u->rih IS hftiltl, ih-nce
weMt McImIm. 'hence n.mih 1*0 rnaiim ro rhe
point"' cqi in*mtp��eoi.
March 17. iQUffc. 0, W, H 1 mo.M'-on
-
-N-OTICE.
A sitting nf tht Ooaoty Court of Tile,
��� ill be held in the Court House, Xicoli,
H C, on I
Monday, 21st May 1906
st IPs m.
G-fl     MlKRtV,
0, C Rssistrtr
(Jpequalled as a
Scin.nier Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms :
Moderate
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
(.rn.c.nju.B. o.
TUB PLAOH TO BUY YOUE
BMOiUNa OOODS IB AT
J. A. SCOT rs
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
KAMbMJI'..
Fall stock of Iliii.es I) snd Imoorted <l(sr>.
��� nd ttie  *.t-i .in'.Sn,.:..!_. eg _l--js i.l bs_.
Drop In suit enjoy su. In mumoi Hilli.rdt.
Agenl for tlie Pionrs-r--ifsiii L-ui.d.j, V_n.-u-
��tf,   l_iiiiidr) t_l|)-__svvr| -�� uid��>
11 Mil I s
Tv/fllNTItKAI. IMT' U Kaiiilisios. Sa.oleon
1,1    lAlrnnniiil ��. pro rirt...   Hr��t c__a In
eveiy psrH. nUr.     -  win.., Liquors un
. i���-r-.   pist.ini- In i mis. t on.
KAMI.OHIN li il    |
H. hi Mat I   f win..
t||.' Interior     Ju-t Hi.
fl.--l ItSJ   sl'is"   of    Ir .���!
.������i I 111
I' H.-rd. pr>iprlsi..r.
I qnwe* snd . uw_trw in
|..ii for _ nice . u.,1 r.
���   hs t  In   K_iiiionpN
(T.HANII "ACIKH' llnl H��� K_".lo..|-i.   Th.
^    De.reH   li��tel'olln  rtil-t) M.ii.l,,      III
nnljr   .nviii.nieiil   holel   f..r  tr��v.-|. rs.      Q>___
i..nins, ,t(,o.i  ta.l.', sn.i.l  liunurs.      I-o Urg_
��� .tuple room��.   I'. A  H...t.l.m.    prnnrleUir.
lOi.d stabllns in ronue. lion.
A SHfHiiKT HUTKI.. The n n.i. ronveai-ll
*��� ho el for visitor- in A-hr.fr. T tie b si of
tublt board. Hot sli'i .(lift IihIih. uur re.re-
senia'ive meet- all trains. John��i>n It Ptrklas.
prnpnet/ .ru.
Mop  Hi   III.-
ROCKFORD HOUSE
Robt. I-08TT, Pr��|��ff��tiif
When    tr��_iHlliij(     nn    ifir   Nil'nU rum.
C n"��-ii.fiii |il__-t*�� fur fruvHi r��,  with j "ri
���crommi Hh'I   I,
-THE
3ank of Montreal
Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000 Rest, $ic,ooo,ooo
, balance Profit and Loss Account, $801,855.41
Total Assets        ....        $158,232,409.51
HONORARY "RISIDEKT:
Rt Hon. Lord Strtthconti tod Mount Royal, O. O. H O.
���RSSIDBNT. Sir Geo. A Drummond K 0. M O
ViOH-PRlBIDlNT AND OBNHRAX. MANAGER.       _L 8. OLOUBTOH
Head Office- Montreal
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
IIorst Shoeing t tunBlalty
NK.OLA LtKK. B C
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from   $i.oo  and  upwards.     Interest
credi.eci tv.ice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
BANKING BY MAIL
Deposits may be m.uJe and withdrawn by mail,
town accounts receive every attention.
Out of
__��jt-t
���s *���
NIOOLA   BRANCH
A. VV. STKICKL'ND,
Manager.
I WHY NOT
A PIECE OF THE EARTH?
Pork^H^lp Is situated near the junction of the Nicola
1 Ul lYMJ-HL anil Coldwater rivers with the railrond grade
withi i one mile of it and the survey to the town limits It will
be t .e centre of the finest miring district in British Columbia.
You Cannot do Better
BUY A LOT IN
CENTRE OF THE COAL BELT OF NICOLA
THERE ARE STILL A FEW ACRE LOTS FOR SALE
AND THEY ARE MONEY MAKERS
Good Business and Res'dential Lots May Still be had 50 ft. x 120 ft
TRICE $50 CASH.-Terms May be Arranged.
Fork ^H_R \t? wil1 be the 8UPply P��int for tne wel1 known
l ui _\-?uait mining   ca___ps   of   Aspen   Grove,   Iron
Mountain, Ten Mile and the Coidwater, where many properties are being developed.
Full particulars, prices, etc., on application to
G. M. BRASH,
Sole Agent THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NEWS
W. H. Kin-peon lift thia week for tht
______
"Tht People'i Stort" htvt thtii todt
fountain id working ihtpt afiil.
Mrt.   Palotr  tnd Mist Miry Palmar
-trt union to Nic a ihli wttk.
1. Eattwtod rtlurntd from Vtrnon on
Mcnday tvtiiln| tnd ltd this -st_ for
.���pen Orovt,
Mrt. Thomoton of Vtntouvtr it mit-
u( with htr sister, Mn. A. E. Howee tl
'Piotbirtl."
Krtd U. Piift will Ittvt in t ftw dayi
for Aipen Orovt whtrt hi will bt tn
_a_.d for tht tenon.
A. H. Owen, who hit bttt niitln_ tl
hit old biioit, Btdford, Iuwt, it on his
��� sy to Nicolt Valley.
The Ladles (lutld nf 8t. John't Chorch
will meet on Fridty tfttrnoon tt "Liberty
Ball" the rteidtnn of Mrt. Fred A.
dowse.
Roy Ctrrinfton entertained t nam-
ber of hit young friends io I birthday
party tt tht boat of hit ptrente on Sat
_rdtj affirnoon.
H P. Ohristit, 1'ivtrnnitnt agenl tt
Aihoroh, wtt it Coutlte thit week, tnd
drove out to Princeton. Ht wu teoom-
..tmtd by Mrt. Chrittie,
Emory Rhintherger it now in ehtrgt of
(he tttft from Nioolt to Princeton;
Johnnie Cltpperton hu tht Ktmloopt
run tnd John Skinner htndlet tht
���Spends Bridgi tnd.
Thot Hytlop it now iaihirftof the
Metmpolitin Mvtt Mirktt for Jtaes
Pooley. Mr. Etitnnod hating gont to
Aipta 'Jrove to look tfter hii .tried In
itrettt in thtt leetion.
J. P. Allen, better known it "Dad,'
ttorned from tht Koottnty latt wtek
tnd It now it Coutltt. Ht txptett te
'tare thortly for Aspen drove to look
titer bu mining inttrtiti.
Mr. tnd Mn. J. McQuiilou of Olttgow,
���foo.ltnd, are etptited to arrive in Nioolt
shortly in connection with the tittle of
she lete John Corbett. Mrt. MoQoiiton
s t titter of tht deeetted.
Mrt. 0. B. Armstrong of Lowtr Nieelt
who hat been ink for tomt time wat
'tktn to the total Mondty by Mr, Armstrong. Her maty fritndi wlih htr
speedy reenter* to health.
I. M. MeKeown rttnrned Mondty
tvtning na Cost Is; s special from Ram
!oopt, after t few wttkt trip in tht tut
in tonnetiion with mining iattreete in
whioh he it inttresttd. Nt left for Atpen
lit ore yttttrdty.
W.   Hswkms ind wift of Coldepnog
ranch wtrt visiters to Nioolt ea Tntedey.
John Cltpperton of Colquitt, Tlotorlt,
trrived Id Nioolt on Saturday evening
and it looking ovtr hit Itrgt rtntblng
tnd ii Ining interests. Mrt, Clapptrton
who bat not bttn enjoying tht beet of
health lately it now muek improved.
Mr. aod Mn. D. Dodding ef Lower
Nicola, Mre. Ftrr of tkt 21 Mile House,
Mr. and Mre. R. Wbittiktr were visitors
to Nieola yttttrdty. Mr. WklUaktr is
t nephuw of Mr. Dodding, tnd with hit
wife hai reeeatly trrivtd I'rom the Old
Country to retide in thii Vsllty
1
REFRIGERATORS
Mtdt ol tlrgtnt bird wo.d
and bttt finish thn.u.hout.
Etch out oinkti a haude >i_ie
|.ih)�� of furniture. From
���10 50 to |20 ttch.
Ur. CkiAM Ftr.izia..
Si kun Windows io keep out Ihtflite.
SctKIN IHhie-s iii all an-i from 12 tp
Gt80Li.il tud Coal !____ Stovm, tt
reasonable pneet.
EVKRYTHlNif FOR   THE HOT
WK.THKR
LEEMING'-lARDWARE
KAMMMiPS
If you waul high clatt up to dm Dooli
ind Shoe* go to Armitrong't. Spring
nook juit trrived.
Ctrrington't Goldtn Leal tea u tht
vary finett flower; ortngt pekot. Imported tud packtd especially for ut. Is
tliolutely tht Until ttt on tht mirktt.
60 oentt t pound.
Pure honey In Iht oomb tt Armttrong'i
Ctrrington't Silrtr Leaf tea is the bail
Wot. ttt on tht rotrkat. Il it t Int
orange pekoe, t itrtight uttm tta. No
houtt complete without it.
If Ntvtraiip Horn Shots tre your
tholoe oomt n.d PLEASE nraveelf
B1ZK8 1 to 0 tt F. 0 Ptige't, N______
Ctrrington'i Silver Lttf tet d the beet
50ot. ttt on   tbt marktt.   It it t fine
ortngt ptkot, t tttight issam tu.
No boutt eomplttt without ie.
Qo to Armitrong't for attd, limotby,
alfalfa, brums gnu, iliac, red driver tnd
lawn gran. Wheat, ottt tod ptat
PtIOU KIOHT.
Ctlflogten's Silver Leaf ttt li tht best
50.1. tet oo the mirktt. Il ii t fine
ortngt ptkoe, t itraight aatim ttt. No
house tomplttt without ll.
Ctrrington'i Golden Letf tet It tht
vtry flout flowtry ortngt ptkot. Imported and ptcked tipeoitlly for ut. It
.beolutel. tbt hunt tta on tht mtrket
60 ttntt a pound.
If you trt thinking of builiing now it
tht timt to git your orders ent to it to
kivt tht lumber dry whtn the long dtyi
tomt tnd iht etrptnttrt can work with
pleuure. Rtmtmbtr tht mmt, Tht
Nitolt Portahlt Steam Saw Mill.
A Straight Tip. Gtt neit to Forkt
dalt. Don't wait for tbe rush, but get
your fttt in tht sand now.
Pltee yonr ordirt with The Portahlt
Statin 8aw Mill, ill work gotrtntitd.
Juit arrived,fashionsblt moulding knivet.
Why need to leave your hnu<e unfinished
for want of moulding!. Edge tod (run
flooring of firtt quality, will oatwttr thru
floors mtdt of flit gram Window tub
mtdt to ordtr.
Stock ralura Attention I
We htvt rtotirtd t consignment if
Fly Fumt 50c. t tin; tltotrio ipraytrt
11.60, Evtry rtneher should shnold
hate il tnd ust it Th.ise wh I havt triad
il ouct, ilwayi keep a supply in thtir
���tihlte
Tht IV.pits Stort.       A. II  Ctrringtou.
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
Offlcltl Admlnlttrater
Oflea-.'ammarrlal Block, tail tf Poll OtAat
Ktniloopa, B. C.
John D. Swaiiion, B. A.
Btrritter, Solicitor and   Notary Public
<__<-;   last of tht Cane-lae Rail tf Com-
���trot, senth sldt of Victoria slrtet, Ktmloopt,
Utmtf le loan ot real estate security,
a. n. brash,
Accountant and Auditor
_______ WTATl       INBURANOl
NIOOLA, B. 0.
HARNESS
SADDLES
N. J. BARWICK.
NICOLA ��� ��� B.C.
Bnilniee Locale
For S a i.-. I'nt el obi, hrst class qutl
ity suiialilt for teed or table, i!i�� whul
for chickeu feed. ��ppl�� E. G. Walker,
Coldwtter, Coutlee.
M BEATTIE
ioocmutant,Coinnnssi.in. Insurants
and Gantral Agtnt.
lielnHtreet Kamlooas
HARDIMAN & 00.
Land Mining and Oentral Supply A_ru
���ton���
-lliilai contractors, farm machinery, buttles
outttrr, ilelfhitt. setd for .tr list of ftrn
tnd mlulri. properties. Keoortt on mining pro
P'riiaa through tke llls.rle_   Cable a-Tdrs*.
Aurum ' Coitea: Bronihall, More_t| It Neal
A. H C. Itk.
Warefcouse  < 'aaford. Msola v��|l���. ft C.
WATCH REPAIRING
All kindt of Wttoh, Clock
tnd Jeotlry rtptin dont in
firs' class order ind ealisfse
tion guaranteed. All work
entruited to our care will he
completed end rtturntd with-
ont delay.
W. M. �� A MPBELL dk CO.,
C. P. R. Time Inspector* Kamloopa
NOTICE.
Estate of John Corbett.
Deceased.
j KNDKKH will bt rec-lved br tht under
sitae, eiecutors of the estate of Job
I or bttt, deotased, up to 11 o'clock noon. 8a! ui
dty, Mar 9th, 1906, for Ihe following too_
and chattels belonxlng to the estate.
Rlghteen head of horses linore or leas) con
sletlag of several good mares, two rear old
aad yearlings; It tons hay, n ore or less; 1 si
farm trucks; 1 hone rskt, used two seasons;
mowing machine, used two seasons; 1 grind
stunt. 1 J. Inch bellows; 1 ret single barnass;
set double harness; 2 cant hooks; 1 bunk saw
I fore plane and tools; 1 tuyere Iron; 1 tool
sharpening hammer; 4 axes; t picks; 1 mattock
7 shovels; 1 striking hammers; I hay knife, I
hoe; 1 srythe and   snath; _ six foot cros�� tu I
saws; 1 logging chain; 1 steel yard; 1 lantern.
> hand saws; 1 draw knife; 1 steel square; 1
brace and sundry u eu-ils.
TKRM8 CASH.
Dated at Nicola, B. C. March tl. I9n_.
A. It. CARKINOTOK,
N. J. H. BARWICK.
Iterators of the Estate of tbe Ittt John
Corbett
REGGIE M.
The   well   known   stallion,
Reggie M., will stand the sea
son at the ranch of Peter Marquart, Courtnay Lake, season
to commence May ?_jth
Terms;   $20 at the end of
the season, pMtutt included.
Pl'.TKK  M-UtQU-UtT.
JACKSON & EARLE
BUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
Country Work a Spaolaltr
Write for Estimate on all Kinds of Work
P. 0. Box IM KAMLOOPS, B.0
"THE PEOPLES 8T0RE.
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
CCcpcijcird.
A. R. CARRINGTON,
Proprietor.
��� IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH US."
EASTER CARDS
IND NOVELTIES
A Large Asmorlinent
Prayer Books, Bibles and
Church Hymnals.
In theee Gnodi wt havt t nioi ttleo-
lion. Thtr are always tootptablt
for Kailer
SMITH BROS
BOOKSTOni
Ksinlooi 1 tnd Vernon
G. HILLIARD
General
Blacksmith
CARRIAGE AND WAUON WORK
Horseshoing done in a
first class manner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
All Work Ohu-raataad
I All Wo
L:
NICOLA, B, 0.
All roadi letd to Forktdtlt. Otl t
lot now tnd be in on the ground fioor.
Too, won't regret it.
BLAIR & CO.
rm.ni in-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. C.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Reeldant Agente In  Nieola for the
ROTAL. and LONDON * LANCASHIRE PIRN INJURANDI 00 8
COUTLEE HOTEL
COUTLEE. B.C.
Jos. Richards,      -      proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.   First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
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