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THE NICOLA HERALD
Vol 2.  No. 1.
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4,1
905^
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$2 a Year.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
rlai'PBNINOS    THROUGHOUT   TBI
DISTRICT.
Shock Of Earthquake Felt Throughout
ltloola Vtlley on Tuesday morning   Fine Weather ia Thi*
-action of B. 0,
George Hilliird an treployu of The
Douglaa Lake Ctttlt Co.. tptnt itrtrtl
days in Nioolt thit wtek.
Chinett New Yetr commence* tbout
tbt 24th of thu month. All good teles-
Hall fill lake part in and enjoy thtir
annual festival.
The weather throughout tht Nicolt
Valley il til thtt could lie desired conaid
ering tht timt oftht jttr.    It i* more
Ukl spring weather.
OOOBT or r_ vision
Appeals Made and D*cUlo-l Olven ��_
The Same
Al tht Court uf Rtruion htld in Nio
nit oo Thursday laat tnd adjourned until
Tuesday of (hn wtek the following ap
pttlt a trt hiard and let I led:
J, I_wmn, appeal against valuation;
upptal allowed.
D. Dodding, appeal u being asaesaed
for mort acertgt tht* he owned; appeal
allowed.
M. 0. Schrulilt, tppaal againtt vtlut
atimi, tllowed.
Blair A (!o., tppeil tgtiml yeluetion;
appeal tllowed.
P. Marquart, aliened fnr mort actrage
than ht owned, allowed.
F. A. flow**, tppaal against land being
taxed which appellant hal receiv.d per-
mission to purchase; appeal dHallowed.
A. E. Howse, appeal againat valuation
of Nicola towiuite, tpptal d-tliowed.
F. VV Jaokton, appeal againat vilui
tion; appeal disallowed.
THE RIGHT OF WAY
DISTANCE  OF  WAOOrt   ROAD AND
RAILWAY TRACK
0TT1B VALLBT HBWa
LIST OF ACCIDENTS
Happenings
Jtniis Pooley prnprittor of tht Metro
polibtn Meat Market, will Ittvt shortly
for t viiit to hit old homt in England.
Ht eiptcti to bt twty t coupl* of
month-
Mrt. Jos K A. Richards of Cootie* tnd
Mn. Mick la patted through town
Tuesday for Quilohent to Mrt. Mickle'"
home. Mrt. Richards returning homt on
on Sitordsy.
N. J. Btrwick proprietor of Nicol* ���
Narneai tnd .Saddle Emporium withes
to attend th* complimtntt nf tht attton
to hit pttront tnd wiihet them t pro*
perout yeir.
Tht many friendi nf John Oorbttt will
be lorry to letrn thtt ht hn not been
enjoying tht bttt of health th* put ftw
weeki. It is hoped ke will lie able to be
tbout ifctin shortly.
A. E Ho wit and A. D. Maciutyre rt-
turned from Princeton on New Ye*r't
Day whtre thty had bten on business
Mr. Macintyrt tfttr tiniehitg up tht court
of rtvition buiiueti returned to Kim
loopt on Wednesday.
Thomai Hyilop who hu been employ.
ed it Timtrton Ranch for a numbtr of
yetrt hu severed hit connection with
tb* urn*, ind will be employed by .lames
Pooley for t tim* when ha expects to
���tart on hit own iccuunt.
Death at Spenoe* Bridge.
In reference to tht ditth of Chtrlea
Brown at Spencei Hridge t rout ptp*r
hu thit tn uy:- What leemi to have
nttn t ttrnblt crime wu committed a'
Spencet Birdge on tht main lint of th*
C. P. Rtilwty. Tht victim. who wm
known in th* district u Ohtrlee Brown,
wu a recent arrival from tht tout, tnd
it believed to htve been * ttilor on ont
of tht veaaela plying from Victoria or
Vancouver. He wu found tt tb* bottom
of tn tmbtnkment about 60 fttl high. Iu
hit pocketi wtrt $23, which probably re
preaented hi* ttrningt for th* month, hii
pty dty hiving bun on th* pravioui
Fridty.
The dttd mtn wu tbout 40 years of
tge, tnd th* poiitioti *f hit body wu
such tbtt it wu tht opinion of thot* thtt
found him tbtt h* htd firtt been killed
aen thrown ovtr th* btnk.
Th* retain hit identity it not known is,
thtt ht hid it it belived, titumtd tnothtr
name on commencing work on th* new
railroad. Thi* dtvict ii tometimei tm
pi.eyed to live th* workmen from belug
chtrgad up with bi* rtilwty fir* by th*
mntrictori,
Th* gentleman who brought th* infor
mttion to tht aity statu tbtt tt th* present tim* Spences Bridge i* minted with
��� gtng of tought tnd thugt from tbt othtr
tidt of tht lint, who prey upon tht twelve
hundred or more workmen wbo tre tm
ployed on tht C. P. R. conitruction tnd
rendnvoui it tbtt point
Hakt Representations Now and Havt
th* Matter of Bo-de Fixed Properly.   "A Stitch ln Time."
Klok New.
Timely wtrning u to tht right of wty
between wagon road tnd railroad may
not bt out of pltrt at tht prestnt timt
In mmy placet between Spencet Bridge
and th* Coutlee forks tht railroad hu
displaced the wagon rotd much to the
disadvantage of ttatnsters and rauchers
who will nst Iht r��td whtn tht trtim
art running. The wagon rotd hu in
wime place! lieen placed outside tht nil
mad tnd in the event of t team of young
h"it��a meeting t triin it such pltcet an
awkward, not to lay fatal accident, might
���mut.
At several placet too tht deviations trt
nnt all that ont could with���on* cannot
expect perfrcr'-n��� y*t tafety and t ftir
wagon road are nnt incotnpafiblt.
Tn htvt tht wtgon road in inirtbl*
ship*, now ii tht timt to register tny
objection, u It will bt too lite whtn the
contractors htvi htnded over tht com
pitted track. Wt know now whom tn
approach, later oa tht C. P. R. will reler
in to th* Provincial Go��trnment who in
turn will refer ut back to tht railroad
company���who will in ill probability ttll
������ to ttkt our complaint! to tb* departed
sontrattor. Now i* tb* tim* to perfect
tr linn nf communication.
To mm up���in no can should �� wtgon
mad lie allowed to be next the river bank
���th* trtins wont thy or baulk, but you
b*t our Nitol* thoroughbred! will���tt
tint.
A number of tht retidend of th* Nicolt
Vtlley wtrt twikened Tuttday Burning
it 6.46 by two dittinat shocks causing
(hi ttrth to trambl* ind th* houiti tn
thake. Kurthtr up tbt Valley It wu
���ore ttvtre. Comiderthle speculation
ii going on U to tht cause of tbt 'qutket.
A great many heiiltted io mentioning it
Tuesday morning for fetr thtt it would bt
credited to New Yetr'i celebration.
Spring t*rm begin* on Jan. Nine nil
tnd tw* non reeident initruoton. 8tpt
nt* building* for Ladit't Collage, Boyt
Dormitory ltd Tonng Mini Reiidence.
General oourse from th* advanced work
of the pool!* lohool to tbt B. A. degree
of Toronto Univenity. Special ttuditt
in * full commtrciil oonree. A thorough
muiic couru: A oompltt* art court*:
Alio physical ctllart and tloeutlon. For
otltndtr etc, eddru* Colombita Collag*.
Ntw Wtttmiuttr, B. 0.
Record Rat* for Honey.
The wild variation i* th* rat* on rail
loam in Ntw York |lll week had Htt I*
effect on quotation* on th* stock tichtngt
tnd it tunned almost wholly to th* anti
quattd banking syiteei of th* conoiry
which throws etch finttoitl center almost
���ntirely on it* own rtmuroee for any
given dty. It it worthy of not* thit th*
nt* in Niw York rote from 76to llO.tnd
fill btck to 20 per cent, tb* nt* in Lon
don wu unchanged tt 4 per cent through
out. Iu ipit* of tbt phemnienil priot of
moiity, trading in Ntw York wu vtry
ictin tnd nearly all ttoiritiet tdvanced
Tb* Le Rol Mine.
A London cablegram *tyi thtt th* old
bofd of director! of the LtRoi bu bun
outted tnd �� new board, headed by A. J.
McMillan, bu taktn poaeession. It I*
undtntood that McMillan will bt again
managing dirutor.
Th* trtil inbiidy to tb* 0. P. R steam
���n on tb* Ptcifio hu bttn nntwed.
ELECTION SCHOOL TRUSTEES.
Will Bt Htld on Thurtdty  January
Eleventh.
Th* ntw school tet cam* into operation
on ^January lit. Th* fetturt of th*
change whioh will b* Immediately ippar
tnt it that ntw uhool boards will havt to
bt tlected til ovtr tbt province. Thil
dott not mun tbtt tht old membtri are
not eligible for rt election, but merely
thtt whole botrdi mutt now he elected
in   On* of   Tb*   Coming
���ectlona
At leut once every winter we look for
ward to t dine* which It I source of tb*
greatest tnjoymtnt tnd gra.location tu
thou who htve tb* privilige to attind it.
The dance ie given tl iheboepittblt homt
of Mr, aid Mr*. J. (J. Thynue, tt "Pen
ituw nnch" and wu ihn year attended
hy tbout ninety individual! from Hedley,
Princeton tnd Nioolt and our own Vtlley
lieiidei Ihe Urge cuDtiugtnt of V. V._ E
surveyors under Mr. Am bourne. Tut
hosts were ably asaisltd by thtir daughter Mm Thynue, iu thtir effort* to pro-
mot* th* htppiow* of the company, tnd
with complete success u everyme de
cltrtd th* dance lo h* even better thai
it�� predecusor. Excellent music *as
provided by Mitt Ttiyimt, Mn. Hulmei,
aad Messrs Thynue, Rtbblt tnd Diekion.
Sevenl parties ire engaged in trtppint
thit winter, with t fur measure of sue
rcai. The lyoi item to bt tepecitliy
plentiful.
Tbt V. V. A E. surveyor! under Mr
Ambourn* trt it prestnt encamped
iu Ih* vicinity of Thynne'a tnd *x
peel to shift camp below Otter Flit thia
week. Mr. Ainbouru* it delighted a
tb* small amount of snow he hu to con
tend against. Th* location line euta
through theoenter of Ingreni, Eekin,
Tbynne't ana Mtnoion'i ranchea respect
tively,
A lergt traet of timber land bu been
located between McCullougna' tud Dm
Monroe't. It i* eipected thtt logging
will ittrt in a ihort tim* ind it ii hoptu
thtt sawmill will bt in ouerttmn by nan
tpring.
Aipen Urovt uhool will open on Jtn
9th, tfter tht holidays.
Tht people of Otter Vtlley with the
editor of th* Nicolt Herald i prutp*rou��
tnd hippy New Yetr tnd taaurs him of
their hearty support in hu endetvon tn
keep th* tdvtnttgti of tht oountry before
tht public Alto with him luccttt in his
efl.irti to improve tbe control of th* in
toiictnu.
Farmer* Instltutet.
Eighteen hundred notioei tr* being
mailed by the deputy minister of tgri
culture reminding member* of tbt differ
���nt Farmers Intimitis that thtir mem
hership cetied on th* 31at, De*. tnd un
il subscription! tr* renewed thtir names
IN TBI NIOOLA AND ASPBN OROV1
KR THI Will.
All Art Serlout  Caaee and Tbe But
of Attention  It   Keceaearj  Tor
Abtotule  Recovery of tbt
Injured Ont*.
Fnnk Conton who ku bttn wot king
at Dan Munrot't, tt Atptn Orovt for
i tue nine wu brought into Nitol* on
Sundty to receive medical attttdtnu for
a badly cut band On Fridty bt wu en
/aged with Mr. Munm m building a milt
e>h*d, Munro uoring t log wh*a the axe
<lipped out of hi* hind tnd going back
i ttruck Connon who wu about twclvt
feat dutance, th* blade going through t
heavy mit tnd entered hii writt tnd tht
btck of hit hind. The cut ii very deep
tnd ther* it t pouihility of endangering
th* uu of th* hind, tnd tt preunt en-
learon ire being made to prevent blood
poisoning which items imminent.
Richird Gullifnrd, Sr, of Atptn Orovt
hu been very ill th* put week tnd al-
'bough hiving suffered c maiden Id y il
retting easily. Lui week wbil* repair
ing bit fine* h* tccidtntly ran into ���
oin* needle protruding from th* fend
���hirh entered hi* Itft tyi. Whtt wu
rmatiblt wttdnntfnr it it homt tnd it
���ti apparently wall fnr t few dty* when
it took nn �� very active painful condition
-he patient suffering terribly, Dr, Tutill
wu called tnd found thtt is tbtu* had
fathered tnd on opening th* mom greatly
relieved tht lufferer. Owing to tbt
thcett hiving hormughed bukward th*
doctor tnticipttu serious Imptirmtnt to
-he eye tnd it will he difficult to ttj tot
<nm�� days what th* damaga to tb* *yt
will tmount to.
A man by the name of Monro* wt
brought to Nioolt Toetdiy from Lowtr
Nicol* with t broken leg ind on Thun-
Uy Dr. Tutill nt tht fractured limb.
Munmt wu riding horseback when bt
either fell or wu thrown from the animal
Th* ankle ii frtoturtd in two pit
instead of on* or more membtri, u the "' Dot Pl,ced 00 '"��� mailing Int.  which
cm mty bt, to fill tht pltct of t retiring ,D"��I" ,n,7 ��'" not r��'��''�� tD�� d��P��H
member.
Tht ntw ilectiom will bt held on the
11th of Jtnutry tnd tht public tre teked
to turn out to txeroiit iheir right to htvt
t uy in th* running of tbeir own tduct-
tiontl afftiri, for it it mint desiral.lt
thtt tht very but men trtiltblt be ob
tiined to terse on tht school botrd, u
pccitlly at tbt eommtnctmtnt of work
under tht ntw ut-
Tht uhool will rt-opto on Mondty.
Look After Tour Bora**.
H. V. Otorgt, t, 8., wu tummoad to
Onnd Prtlrit on Vednetday to invuti
gttt whtt it luppoud to be t out t glan-
dm. Thii ii gtttitg pretty netr tnd til
should look closely tfttr thtir itock tnd
notify tbt tuthoritiet immeditttly on th*
appearance of t luipieioui symptom
Pure wtttr, will ventiltttd tnd clem
ittblu tnd prompt ltolition of animals
with tny doubtful symptoms trt tht but
meant of chicking tht ipttd of tht dretd
diseue.    Kamloops Sentinel.
A Itrge boiler tnd ptrephanalii pined
through Coutlee on Stturdty for Princeton to be intttlltd In tht ww mill it
thai pltoe.
mental bulletin* and literature.   Meoi-
b*n who htvt joined on tod tfter the lit
f October ire entitled to membership
for tb* luccteding year.
Pity TU. Tl* Trot.
A clergyman recently religned hii pas
��� ntt to ttkt up prtcticc of law, uiigned
ti o e reason for hit chtnge "thtt Iht
avenge mm will pty more lo ketp out
of j il lor on* day than be kept out of
hell for in ttirniiy.
John Bouston.
John Houston ku reserved hii old
room tt tht Dritrd it Victorit, for tht
staaion ltd notified the Hot*l thtt bt
will he there on Mondty or Tuesday.
Rumor ii busy with thi tuggutlon thtt
Macdonald, thi Liberil Ittdtr, hu been
offered t judgwhip.
Opening of Tht Legislature.
Mr. Spuktr through Iht office of tht
provincitl secretary, is lending ont invit-
ttioni for thi opening of tht Legiilitivt
uumbly on Thurtdty, Jtnutry Uth.
Tht function tikes plto* at .'I p. m.
Judge Spink* Better.
Judge Spink* of Vernon, who wu confined to tbe Roytl Victorit H-jtpital tt
Montreal, fnr six weeks, it recupenting.
He tit up on Chriitmu diy, tnd u mon
u tbi* will procttd touth.
For up to dttt job printing und yon
ordtrt to tht NiooU Htnld oSe*.
Winnipeg Bankt Robbed
A amtrt robber hu made dtring thefts
of 110,000 from Winnipeg banks on Friday, It li btlitvtd tipert Amtriotn
cracksmen have tumid tbttr tyt* to tbt
Canadian wut.
Mayor Otorgt B. McCltlltn wu iworn
In u mayor of Grt*ttr Ntw York on
Wednesday for the neit four yetn. The
oath of office wu tdminiitered by Juttiee
Leventrltt in th* supreme ootrt,
Mi** Mtggl* tnd Arthur Colltttof
Lowtr Nicolt iptnt t ftw dtyi in Nioolt
thi* wuk with Mr*. Tho*. Hunter and
family.
Tht Hockey Club held a match Mon
ty tfttrnoon which thowtd tbt *ffect ol
thtir pnetioing. Thty will bt tble to
givt Ktmloopt a bard gauii when it it
trrtnged for. THE   NICOLA  HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Published Every Thuraday
tubtertptlon, ln Advance, e- a Year
NlOOLA, B. C. JAHDAIT i. Htt
THE  INNOCENTS.
Last week The Nicola Her
aid was threatened with an ac
tion Tor libel, umbrage being
taken at certain truthful remarks published in the issue of
December 14th.
Young children are more or
less liable to certain infantile
complaints--but not more so
than young newspapers to actions for libel.
While The Nicola Herald
has not the slightest desire to
damage, by inference or otherwise, any m.n's business, yet
it has the right to criticise matters of public interest irrespective of private ownership therein. Hotels are places of public entertainment and should
be so run that neither man,
woman nor child need be afraid
to resort thereto.
In out of the way places a
publican has little to fear from
the criticism ol passers by���j
but a newspaper has a wider
range and consequently is more'
to be feared, hence the threatened action for libel���a threat
made in the hope ol closing
our columns to the doings ol
certain publicans.
Many of our womenfolk have
had occasim to visit outside
of Nicola Valley since construe
tion began none of them have
had other than the worst kind
of accommodation that is possible to imagine while waiting
the stage or train.
Time was when men would
have taken the law into their
own hands and removed such
a state of affairs. Times have
changed now and the power
has been relegated to commis
sioners who do their duty in a
haphazard, slipshod fashion
tha t would call forth merited
denunciation in a less sparse
community.
live for the good he or she can
do for his or her fellow creatures (as well as for self), shall
each be able to quote Emerson's lines for individual benefit, viz:
' Every mtn ii hit own ittr, tnd tht toul
tbtt oan
Render tn honest ind t perfect mtn,
Command til light, til influence, all (tte,
Nothing to him rills tarly or too lite,
Our uu our angtls art, or good or evil,
Our ftttl shallows thtt wtlk by ui mil
So let us then fear God,
honor the King, build character on high ideals, "Our acts
our angels are."
No  Application to Spends Bridge
Prmpective Ooest���Do you set * good
tihlt htre?
Hotel Clerk ��� W.ll rather. Why, the
fnlki come here perfectly healthy tnd go
tway with tht gnut ind dptpepiii.
0. W. Ron, ex premier of OnUrlt �� a
presented with i puree of $36,000 on
Friday.
NOTICE
To Hunters
Notice ii hereby given tbtt hunting or
shooting on the property of the Douglas
Lakt Ctttle Comptny it forbidden. Any
uereon or persons hunting or shooting
on tht tbovt property will be prosecuted
under tbe section! of tbe Oime Act,
J. B. Gmitu.
KAMLOOPS,  ASHCROFT,  YALC AND
8I-ILKA-KEN MINIMI HIVIH
IONB OF YALE DISTRICT.
NOTICE Is hereby given that all placer min
lag claims legally held In the Kamlooiai.
Ashcroft, Yala and Similkameen Mining Ills
��lons will be laid over from tbe 1st da; of
November ennuing to the 1st day of May, fM.
0, 0. TUN8TALU
Oold Comm-sloner.
Kamloopa. October ltth, 1906.
ESTABLISHED 1882
PRINCETON
NIOOU
"WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW"
NOTICE.
Official Administrator's Act
In re Ettttt of
ANTOINE GODEY,
Shopping
By Mail
Write nr telephone, t destrip-
tieen of whtt you would like to
givt, ind tht price you tre willing to pty, and we will eend
you the deiired trticlt by return mail, or express. The
following lilt comprises * ftw,
of our many denratile
Seasonable Gifts
Drilling Cues, for Ltdiei or
Gentlemen in many itylei,
Meninire Sets, of leather, fitted with lmry, Ebony, Bent
or Silver.
Waterman's "Idial" Fountain
Pent, Pltin or with Oold or
Stiver Mount*
Xuiaa Perfume! from til tht
ltading French, Englith ind
American maktri. Each bottlt
in tn tttrtctivectie.
Collar ind cuff boxes, Jewel
boxes. Purses, Hand Btgl
Shopping Bags, Brushei, til
kinds. Mirron, Fancy Perfume Atoni'ien, Bthlee, Prayer Hi ii .as. Hymn Bonki, Booki
fnr Children, and Books for
Crown lips. Xmas Cirdt md
Calendars
-TH*-
MALLERY DRUG GO
LIMITED
XAM-OOP-    :      :   B. C.
���0->--y-y-y<a,>-y-y->%?*-'S-y��
TENIIKHH will ba receive! by tbe under
signed for the purchase of the personal property, and the real est*te of the late Aatolne
Godey   Terms cash.
Particulars thereof may be obtained from
Peter Marquart, Nicola, a C.
ALKC D. MACINTYRK,
Offllcal Administrator, County of Yale,
Kamloops. B. C.
The following contribution
has been received:
Ring out the false! Ring in
the true! Lei the year of 1906
to all readers of The Nicola
Herald and especially to those
of Nicola Valley, ring out all
habits that have a tendency to
enervate our individuality, and
ring in all that engenders character building based on high
ideal. Especially let those who
are gifted with individuality, in
the greater or greatest degree
ever aim at the high ideal; for
those are the persons whose
influence is far reaching and
when they fall or rise one or
more fall or rise with them.
Thus by each one striving to
CHURCH SBRVIOB
Pretbyterlan Church, Nicola Lake:   Her
vices every Sabbath at II a. m. and 7::m p.m.;
Biblt clan tnd Sabbath .School, 1:30 p.m.
Ktv. Oiokoi Mason,
I'i Mint it Ian Pastor.
Kiv. John I'yi,
Methodist Pastor.
__TOTICE.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thtt tn appll
cation will be made to the Legislative Atsembl)
of the Province of British Columbia at Its nen
Session for an Act to Incorporate a company
with power to acquire, purchase, oonitruot ac1
operate the undertakings of the ViDOOuvee
and Coast Kootenay Railway Company; tbi
Albernl and Cowichan Railway Company; tht
Kamloopa aad Atlln Railway Company; tbe
Midway tnd Vernon Hallway Company,and tu
acquire all the rights, powers and privilege..
of the said companies; and with power tn
exercise all the power! contained In the acts of
incorponilon of the laid companies; with
power to acquire, purchase, construct and
operate the undertakings of an; other Hail
wty Company or Companiee;
and with power to lubicribe for anc
purchase the itocka, bonds, debentures or othei
securities of anjother ltailwty Company; anil
to exchange the stock or other bonds, de
bentures or any othersenurltles of the com pan)
to be incorporated, for the shares, dt
benture-h, bonds or other aeourltie- of any ollici
Railway Company; a nl wlih power to increase
the capital of the Company to be Incorporated
and with power to -sue shares aa full) paid up;
and to bonow money on ihe companies assei-
liy any form of security; and wlih power t��
promote any Hallway Company or Companion
or to amalgamate with any coin, any or com
panics; and with all the other and necessar)
powers conducive to theoarry ing oui of the Com-
pai.y'sunder aklngs.
Dated at Victor-, B.C., this 2 2nd day <if
Novimber. 1905.
ROBERTSON ft ROBKllT-'ON,
Solicitors for the Applicants.
THE STORE OF QUALITY
THE STORE OF PLENTY
The Largest and Most Complete General Stock in Nicola
For the Holiday trade we have everything you could
wish for
BANANAS. NAVAL ORANGES
JAPANESE ORANGE8 - -
CRANBERRIES - without which
no Christmas dinner is complete
To test how many read our advertisement we will sell
for the next ten days our
Orange and Lemon Peel at 20 c. a lb.
I he finest Almonds, Walnuts, Raisins, Currents to be
had fresh from the countries of production.
PURE HONEY from the Clover fields of Chilli-
wack and Ontario.
Maple Syrup "The Real Thing," at
rr
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i n
B11L
NICULA
PRINCETON
METROPOLITAN
MEAT flARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Orderi throughout the Piitrict receive careful attention ind promptly delivered
Freah Fish Every Friday.
JAHEH  POOLEY         Pfprleefr
COUTLEE BLACKSMITH SHOP
ANDREW SMITH, Proprietor
All kinds of Blacksmith work and  Horseshoing done in
j first class shape.    Leave your work here and it will receive
prompt attention.    Satisfaction guaranteed.
NOTICE.
NOTICE bi HEREBY OIVRN that an ap
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        lloatlon will be made to the Legislative As-
Mlthodltt Church, l/iwer Nicola: Divine I Mmbl�� of tne *W__I ��� �����''���*"> Columbia at
service every lairds Day at I p.m. and 7:%<p._. I��� neit He*Ion for I* Ant ���mending the time
8undty ichool tt % p. m. within which the Vtnoouver ted Coast Koote
John I yk
Methodist Minister, i��av>���llw*y company haH|to complete Its line
OlORUt' M nuns "' K*''"*'��� *'"1 empowering the said Hallway
Presbyterian Minister,   oompany lo build from some point on IU line of
Church of England -Church of Hi John   railway to Kamloopa In the I'rovince nt Brill h
Notice.
Notice la hereby given that todays after date
I Intend tnspiil) tolhe Hon. the Chief Com. j
in i-slmicr of Lands .ml Works for permission
o purchase the following described Und situated one mile and one half N of the Lower Nicola
post office.
Commencing at apost marked CF. thence W
forty chains, thence Soulh foity '-hains. thence
������el forty chains, thence North to point of
i-iiiiiiiii-ii. imii-ni and containing forty acres
nn-re or lee*.
Haled at J-wer Nicola this list day of Mrpt
amber, 1905.
C FUCK.
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Heirae Shoeing t specialty.
NICOLA LA KB, B.C.
Notice.
Notice Is hereby given ihtt within sixty diri
from date I intend making application lo tat
Hon. Couiinleaioner nf I���nd�� tnd Works for
perini- -Inn o pnrclis-c320acre* of pteturr land
tu lhe Kamloops Ivision of Yale District;
-""���*        * onnnencingalt stake al
___  O.  _T-
C^OUKT NICOLA, No. Ml. A.O. P., meeta   siiuati-n aa follows: ���
second and fourth Friday In each month I Ihe S VV corner of the land;   running thence
tilt m   In I'nnley's Hall.    Vliltlng brethren | hast 80 chain.. I hem:. North 40 chains, thencs
���..   .__.���.                                             I vvmi m> chains, ihence Sou )> to chains, to the
Ric. A. null*. C. R.      I point of commencement.
���ills
cordially invlled.
H, CaHHISeOTON. Sec.
iheRepMs, alent-
Monilng, 11 o'clock
REX WM. OOVIEK.
FOR SALE
A Stock Ranch containing
4740 acres,situated near Douglas Lake, with all necessary implements and also stock. For
particulars apply to
��� W. M. LAUDER,
Quilchena, P. O.
���Springbank Ranch. July 14 h, 1W06.
Columbia
Dated at V|e torla, R. C. this Hud day of
November, 1105.
ROBERTSON k ROBF.KT.-ION,
Solicitors for the applicant-
NOTICE.
Htvtv days after dale I Intend to apply to the
chief iwniniMoner of laudi and works for per
ralesinn to B'>mhaae640 acres mountain pa-lure
land, described as feellow.: commencing at post
No. I, VI ��� Tk> nne'i 8. C corner, thenoe N 80
chains, thenoe VI Mchains, ihenot 8 DO chains.
iliefe K K) chain". The land la ettuated la
Utter V alley and adjoins- llodd's preemption.
lDih Oct- -OS. _  E.T1IYNNE.
NICOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL-���
Ii prepared to take contracti for
sawing lumber and getting out
timher.
ttt-er-l mill t ontraoU I a ecu ted
l'HICKS MODERATE
Partiet wishing work cm htve time
promptly itttnded to by tpplying to
F. D. WOODWARD,
Nicols, B. C.
Lwveyour orderi with N. ,?. Btrwiok,
for lumber who ia igent for th* Nicola
Portable Steam 8** Mill ht oan l.*lpyoo
pit* out t* order.
M-pleinlH-r. tl. HAV
lino. Bent
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
1883   1906
N_W WKSTMINST-R. B 0.
Rtv. W. J. SirrKlt.l, B. A , B.D.
Rev. J. P Bowill, Burisr.
Notice.
Nutlet is hereby given that within slity days
from dale I intend waking application in tht
Hon Oiiininls-i'iiier of lands and works for per
Oils'iSn 10 llllle llH.'-Mee HCpi H of ���*_*)**��� _���I 1|
lhe K ��� e.el.K. s I ii v ii-loi. of Vale Dletrlct, situates)
as foiimv. loniiiienrlngatastakeat theN.VV
corner nf Indian Unserve on Quilcheta Creek,
running lbeu< e Kouth n chain", thene-c Weel
Ml chains, Ihenee N.-rlh W chains, thence Last
80 chains io the point of commencement.
T. H. JONES.
September. 80th. 1905.
Notice.
Notice ie herein given that within M days
frnin date I inleud making application to tbt
Hon roinwis-'iiner of bands and Works for
pnr"<ti��li>n tn unrchs���iSWI ac^elmoreorleuof
A complttt   fimmweitl tad  husineei! mountain r*��l"re landIt lie KamlooM Divi.
n aa- t Inn of Yale Dletrlct, situated as follows, eom
course. Students pripiitd tn (tin teach \ mincing at taeake It chtins W, of the N. I.
,��� ,   ii       j        r.  -.1... 'earner of lev 10 I'. lOfc rnnnlng Ihence E. H
trt certtflcitet of ill grtdti. In univtr | e|���jB,, thence N. 10 chtlna. thence IC, M chaina,
.... -_- . full enneaa for tht B A di- th-ict N. ��(,'btlns more or lest In Htump Uki
stty work t full court* lor in* p. _. ot   EJJJj w. ��i(mg tht _ bank ttmmmi,> Ukt
��re�� <>f Toronto Univertity. : Wo chalm to the point of oommeoeeient. coa
���                       ,       .     a��   i     �� �� m. ��� : taming J00 toree move or lets.   Also; oommeor
Instruction given in  Muilo, Art, fhyi i |n|( at rt. K corner of L, W) O. 1. teence North
��� nn           i n ���,,;, n ' lAMchalm, thence l-st 40 chains, thence 8oul��
���al Ctlturt tnd Elocution. I,s, h,(n, u, lhr N i,a���kof 8tump ljUt (bMM
Bend for Calendar.
Stbtoribt lor tht Hertld. ft ~��r ytar
^^^^^^^^ .. Slump l_ke, thenee
We-t along ���"lump lake til chains to the point
of enmmeaoemrat. ooolmning It tores aire
or late.
I. A. PAIJfER
Stpttmbtr, Via. 1106 THE  NICOLA  HERALD
LAW OM PLACER MINING.
Juitlc* Martin *  Re-ac-t for HokUn.
Claim Valid.
At tht Ittt fitting ot the supreme court
in Nelii.n Mr. .Justice Mtrliii in deciding
the cat* tf Weeldon against Crtoaton, in
timattd tbtt he would give a formal ind
wnttiu judgimtnt ailh reasons la-.tr on.
Tht following is tht judgment
E. F. Wheeldon sougbt dtmigtt from
J. R. Crtntton lur trnpait on hu placer
claim, tht Owl, on 49 milt creek, tnd to
injunction retirtioiog him from furthtr
treipaaa. Cranston disputed Wheeldon'���
titlt on intny groundt; thtt he bid not
worked uu tbt Owl, but uu mother claim
tkttiomiof bit vork oooiuusd iu build-
t ctbin, not iu mining, that bt had Iu-
eatod another claim uu the earn* ground
without lirst having given notice of abau-
dooinent tnd tbtt be bid improperly
uted pom of another cltiui. 8. 8.Taylor
K. C. tppttrtd for Wheeldon tnd A. M.
Johnston for Cranston.
Justice Mertui dtcided in ftvor of
Wheeldon tnd granted him perpetual injunction and nominal damage* Tbt firtt
pointt raised by th* defence lie dismissed
ai being wholly technical, holding that
nothing had been don* contrary tu tbt
intention uf th* Placer Mining Act. Ot
tht point, tht vtltdity of Wneeldou'e second location, he says,
"It it tubmitted thtt bectuat tbe plain
tiff htd already located a clam covering
tbe lame ground, he could uoi relocate it
lubaequenily without complying with tbe
aiuciniiiiei t with tht Plioer Mining Act
of 1901, thtt be should have posted fur-
mil nntiot of tbandunmeut t>u the four
corner posts of hu claim became it had
Dot ytt been recorded.
"What happened it peculiar. Tht
plaintiff essayed to mtkt t valid location
of t crtek claim undtra repealed section
of th* act which gave him a claim 100 fed
tquart. Whtt he did am iiiiiiuii tu making
t valid li cation under thtt tet, but when
he cam* to record th* locatiou he fuuuu
out from the milling recorder that th* la-
had beeu changed and that ht wu an
titltd a to claim 250 feel square which
could only bt obtained by u ufurnuty to
tht formalities of thi itttute then in force
Ht decided to proceed no turther �����!���
hit abortive attempt under iht former
llitutt tnd pructeded under tht txi'ting
ont.
"In inch circumstames I im ��f tht
opiuion that he did right iu treating hu
former misconceived efforts n t nullity
tnd consequently it wu unnecessary tu
comply with the teotiuu requiring nutlet
of abandonment. Thtn wtt no bar tu
bit doing io because no valid claim had
been locttod by him on tbt creek, tnd
therefor*, hi wat justihod in beginning dt
novo to loacte on*,
before in readara tb* work of Western
Ctntdun wrilen tnd artiita, for tht iliut
Ir.tiumare most of them from phot--
graphs of our own scenery; and tb* art
icle* deal largely with Weetem Canadian
resource! ind advantages, with special
���<iiphasii upon the egricullural side of life.
Tht cover portriyi th* splendid new
building The Farmtr'i Advocate hai juat
completed in Winnipeg. It it centrally
Incited, of fireproof construction, and haa
been fitted with the modern machinery
known to mechanical science. Hpeeial
Miehle pusses, self ftd; binders, folders,
wirt ilitohtri, m nvmotyp* machine-,
tnd til tbt smaller article* of gtntral
equipment will he lighted and operated
by tb* magaiine's own power plant,
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker.Jeweler
KAMLOOPS, R 0.
All kindt of Witch**, Clocki, Jewelry,
etc., kept in ttock.   Wedding pretent* t specitlty.
Kirat dttt repairs don* on ihort notice
and returned tt one*.
NOTICE.
Notice li hereby giveu thtt I will not
bt reap, nisi his fnr tny debts or tccounti
contracted io my name without t written
order ligued by inys.ll.
V. Q. Paiot,
Nicolt, lHth Die. Y.M.
The Saakatchewan ���lection.
Tht Ittttt returns from Baskatcbewtn
giv* th* Liberal! fourteen  itatl tnd tht
Coniirvttivii eltvin.
Tbt price to which copper htt lotred
it not lurpriiing when it i* considered
tbtt tht worldt rtttrvtt uf tht red metal
btvt retchtd tb* vtoithing point tnd tht
���upply from touroei at pretent tradable
It not it all oomtniunte with the demand
At 18. very many mine* which at lower
prioei could not profitably mint tbtir product will bt enthled to plao* supplies on
tht market, but it it titremely doubtful
whttbtr tht tdditionil tonnage from thii
lonro* will b* enough to bring down th*
price. Thi* ii tb* agt of elictiioity tnd
oopp*r i* tltctricity'i btndmiidcn.
NOTICE.
Notice is herebv given that JO days after date
I intend to apply to the honorable chief com
nuns oner of lands and works for a special license to cut aad carry away Umber from the
following described lands. Commencing at t
post on thi north side of Nicolt lake about one
mile from the shore and nearly opposite Sullivan creek and iheme south40chains,th nee
west 10chains, thence south Mchains, thence
west 80 chains, thence north ID chains, thence
east In chtlns, thence aorta (0 chains,thence
east 80 chains to poiut of commencement.
VV. E. BUKN8.
Dec. -nd, 1*16.
THB PLACB TO BUY TOOK
HMO-UNO GOODS IS AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
KAMLOOPS
Kull stock of Domes'|c and Imported Cigars,
and the best smoking tobacco always on hand
Drop In and enjoy a quiet game of llilli .Ms.
Agent for Ihe Pioneer Steam Laundry, Vancouver,   Laundry shlpoed every Sa' unlay
HOTKLN
MONTKKAL HOTKL, Kamloops. Napoleon
ax I���tremoullle, proprietor. Hrst i lass iu
every particular. Good wines, Liquors tnd
cigars.   .Stabling In connection.
1TAMLOOP8 HOU8K, P. Herod, proprietor.
**��� Beet stock of wines, liquors ana cigars in
the Interior. Just the spot fora nice cool re
freshing glass of beer. When in Kamloops
call in.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given I hat 30 days after date
I Intend to apply to the hon.chief conimls loner
of lands and woiks fir special license to cut
and can-y away timber from Ihe following desert ed lands, commene ireg at a post on the north
side of Mcola lake about one mile from the
ohore and nearly opposite Quilchena creek,
t hence south 40 chains, thence weet 40 chains,
thence south 40 chains, thence west 80 chains,
'In ne u mntli 41)chains, thence east 40 mains,
i hence north 40 chtlns, Ihence east to chains lo
point of commencement.
O. B. MURPHY.
Dec. -nd. 1305.
NOTICE.
Sixty days after date I Intend to apply to the
chief commissioner of land" and work- for permission to purchase 40 acres of land described
as follows, starting from Ihe northwest corner
nf Lot (17 O I, In Otter Valley and running eest
in chains to' he norl heast corner of Lot Kl. G. 1,
I hence north 10 chains, thence west 40 chains,
tin ne* south 10 chains to poet of commencement. J O. THYNNK.
Dated 9th Dec. 1906.
NOTICE.
Slaty dtys tfter data I Intend to apply to
the chief commisslonei of lands and works fnr
permission to m rcliase OKI acres of mountain
Sa-t ure land commencing at * poet marked J.
. McL'i. N. VV, corner thence 8 HO chains,
th" ce K SO chains, hence N 801 halt s, thence
w SOcbains to Initial poet. This land lies south
and adjoins preemption of Wm. McNeill aud J.
G. Mel ie en in the Aspen Grove locality.
Nicola, Dec.��, 1905. J. O. Mel,KAN
(IRANI) PACIFIC HOTK1* Kamloops. The
*���' nearest hetel to Ihe reilwey station. The
only covnenlent hotel for travelers. Good
rooms, good table, good liquors. Two large
sample rooms. P. A. Barnhart, prourielor.
Good stabling In connection.
A 8HCROFT HOTKL The most convenient
������ hotel for visitors in Ashcroft. The best of
table board Hot aim cold baiha. Our renre-
aentai Ive meets all trains. Johnson t Perkins,
proprietors.
Otter Flat Hotel
C'harlet Deharro, Proprietor.
TULAMEEN CITY, - ��� ��� B, C.
Headquarter* fnr Summit, Mahhitt
mountain, Tulameen river, Boulder, Bear
and Kelly creek campa. (loud Fishing
and Boating.
P. O, Address;   Aipen drove.
Ntop at the
ROCKFORD HOUSE
Root. Scott, Proprietor
When  traveling  on  the Nicolt rotd.
Convtnient place for travelers, with good
accommodation,
Plot urea of Frogr***.
With th* Ohriitma* iitue of ptrindica't
com** "Th* Farmer* Advoctti tnd
Homt Journal,"of Winnipeg, Manitoba in
it* holiday dr*M to brighten tht bomtt of
Wetttrn Ctnadian farmer*. Eiceedingly
attractlv* and highly cradittblt to th*
publithtrs ii tbt Christmtt Numbtr for
1906. Oood piper, iplindid illuitrtlioni
l��tersiting (tori** and poems, welt written
tnd practlctl artlolee from ti* p*ni of
ipadal contributor*, oonrbln* to font a
feiat of good thinn. "Tb* Ftrmtr's
Advootto" *ridently b*li*v** in placing
NOTICE
Commencing tt t poet marked B. H. Trumbull, N. K. corner, being on the west line of
loil Reserve netr Com lee, "hen running wast to I
the N K corner of ooal location No. 1645 thence
-outh 140 chains, thence Kast to Ind Reserve,!
Ihence .North-chainsthence I���st 10 chains,
thence North 1��0chains, thence Kast 10 chains,
th-nee Nor hl'JO chain* to point nf commencement, being a'I the land between coal claims
So.s. 1616, 1847, 1649 and tbe Indian reserve,
Consisting of about 810 acres,
B. H. TRUMBULL. Locator.
B. I\ Arguat, Agent.
Coutlee, B. C. Oct. 3 1906.	
Horace F. Evans
GEOLOGIST
Ashcroft   -   -   8. C.
Mini tiaminationi tnd reports, Geological etinilitioni of Thompson River
country I specialty. Disinterested tnd
dependable reports furnished.
WHEN
CHILDREN /
SHOULD  WA
WEAR
GLAHEi^i
A child who la old Monfh to
itudy I* old enough to w**r
|_IM*. Do not chanc* _*trrln|
the Uf* of the child by neglecting Uu light. Eyeitrtin tlwty*
rend*rt itndy difficult tnd nltr>
matoly injure* both body *_d
mind Olutet *r* not ��_���
peiijv*.
RILEY HOUSE
NICOLA LAK K. B. C.
Firtt cImi board and lodging by tht
dty week or month. Every tttention
given to the travelling public.
Mr*. Hi lev, Proprietress.
J
MALLERY DRUG CO
KAMLOOPS
II
^uiivuviiis-iivHV
Unequalled as a
S-Hf-nier Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
8. KIRBY, Proprietor
QUILCHENA, B.C.
< IIKIft. Ol Till)IT
A. R. C. Be. l-ndut.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Ktmloopt, a C.
Assays and analyses of One, Coal and I*
dustrlal product*.
Memphis bv mall or stage rectlve prompt
attention.
NOTICE.
50 HEAD COWS & HEIFERS
Tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to January
7th, for the disposal of 50 head
of breeding cows and heifers.
Sale reserved.   R. H. Winny.
Nicola, Dec. 7th.
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000 Rest, $10,000,000
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $801,855.41
Total Assets        ....        $158,232,409.51
HONORARY PRB8IDKNT
Bt Boo. Lord Btrathcona and Mount Royal. O O. M. O.
PRESIDENT, Sir Oeo A Drummond. __, O. M. O.
VI0BP-B8IDBNT AMD OEKKRAL M AN AOBR,   -  B. S. OLOUSTOB
Head Office���Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from  $1.00  and upwards.     Interest
credited twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
BANKING BY MAIL
Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail.     Out of
town accounts receive every attention.
NIOOLA   BRANCH
A.W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
BLAIR & CO.
-DEALERS IN-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. C.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Resident Agent* ln Nicola for tb*
ROYAL, and LONDON - LANCA8HIRB RRB IN.URANOB CO. _
STEWART'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
f al lil, Express
Also Oeneral Xjlvery
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every Thursday lor Nicola Lake, Kamloops,
Princeton and way points at 6 a. m.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 a.m.
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday for Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
Every Sunday  6 a. m��� arriving Spences
Bridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
Every Tuesday and Friday for   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 \
THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NEWS
Arefcle Jtekton of Qailehwa
Nitol* on W*dn**d*f.
C��pt C. L. Flick of Low*i NieoU wm
Ut tow* yetterdty on ��� boein*** trip.
	
E. B. Tingley of Ott*r Vill*y wa* Il
N isols on Tiiea-i* on �� bu*in*** trip.
Th* A. 0. V. will hold * ��oelal (onion
tfttr thtir regular uieetieg on Friday
evening Jen. 12.
J, B. Or**vbe of Th* Douglis Like
Oattl* Co. returned to th* ranch after ��
vitit to Nicolt and vicinity  on   Friday.
Walttr Clark returned from Ktmloopt
on Mondty'i stage, where he had taken
Jaek Horn, t* Indian, charged with steeling t bundle of fan. Jtck inttndt to
tpply for speedy tritl.
Baelnete Locale.
Smokt Interior nr U Morant Cigar*.
Wm. Banter trrived from Printton on
Sundty tfttrnoon to tptnn t ftw wtekt
with hU parents.
J, 0. Thyno* of "P*n*tnw* R��neh"fin
Otter Vtlley wtt in town Tuetdty evening
on hi* wty to Ktmloopt.
H*nry Mork ht* heen confined to his
reiideno* th* ptst week through illness
but is now on the rotd to recovery.
Mr*. Palmer tnd the Misses Mary end
Zellt Palmer havt returned to thtir rtnch
netr Rockford, tfttr �� visit to Ktmloopt
8. J. Bit* tnd R. J. Armstrong nf
Aspen Grov* were in Nicol*nn Tuesdiy
Mr. Armstrong hat fully recovered from
th* tccident to hit knee.
D. M, French returned from Princa'on
on Monday evening. He will Imt* f r
Princeton if tin in a few dtyt where he
will remain for mm* time.
New Year'* Day patted off vary quietly
in Nicol* tlthoagh everone teemed to be
htppy tnd w*rt quirt willing to try *n
other yetr nf thit strenuous lift.
Mrt. A. E. Howte, Mr. tnd Mn. F A.
Bowse, Mitt Ruby tnd Master Ohirli
Bowie vitited with Mr. tnd Mrt. 0. B
Armstrong tt Lower Nicola th* firtt of
th* week.
Rev. tnd Mrt. Mtion entertained t
number of the young men of the to��n at
��� dinner party on Tuesday evening tt the
"Mum." A moat enjoytbl* time wtt
(pent by til,
The Ven. Archdeacon Small tfttr holding services in Nicol* on Sunday spent
teveral days in th* VtlUy looking tfter
hii Indian charge.. A Chriitmt*ier>ice
wa* heldat S'loolnooht reterre thit wtek.
Heed oatt tnd wtiett for isle by K.
H. Wmny.
When ynu wtnt ��� good amok* tik fnr
the Interior nr La Morent Cigtr, mtnu
tact tired hy the Inlend Cigtr Ftctory,
Ktmloopt.
Ott t hlinket for your hone tt Btrwick'* Harnet* ind Saddlery. Alio t
stock of Robai, etc.
You  need   viiiting ctrdt.   Ret your
supply at the Nicola Hertld office.
JUST   Kl I .litis
A full stock of up todate goodi to
inpply the  Hirneti tnd Saddlery
trade of Nicola district. Call  or
tend your orderifor
Harness, Saddles,
Saddlery Hardware,
Horse Clothing, etc.
Specitlty made of Cowboy Outfit*
IN. J. BARWICK.
NICOLA ��� ���        B. C
"THE PEOPLES STORE."
If you tr* thinking of buil-ing now it
the time to get your orderi cut to tt to
htvt tha lumber dry when the long days
oome and the cirpentert can work wi-h
pleasure. Remember the ntme, The
Nicolt Portable Steam Saw Mill.
F. G. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
PHASE AND WAU-ON WORK
Horseshoing done in a
first class manner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
All Work Guaranteed
For the beet in the htrnetitnd inddlery
line, tei Btrwick't litest consignment.
Place ?our orders with The Porta1 le
Steam Stw Mill, all work gutrtnteed.
Ins' trrived,fashinmble moulding knives.
Why need tn letve your house unfinished
for wtnt of moulding!. Edge tnd grain
flooring nf first qutlity, will out wear three
Hours mtdt of flat grain. Window itth
made to order.
For up to dtte joh printing tend you
orders to the Nicolt Herald office.
Latt week Frank W. Jackson of tb*
Tritngl* nnch netr Quilchena, bagged
two wild ittt io the field adjoining the
house at th* ranch. There were three
cart in the bunch and be tucceeded in
getting two of them.
THE KOOTENAY
STEEL RANGE
In all sliet ana styles. Onaranteed
article. Our sales have already
more thtn doubled those of last yetr
Our leader la th* 8 hole Steel Range
for $46. manufactured by McClary
Mfg. Co., also a full Hoe of
Air Tight Heater*
LEEMING'S HARDWARE
KAMLOOPS
M BEATTIE
Accountant, Commission, Insurance
and General Agent,
Main Street -      -     Kamloops
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
8010  Westminster Road
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
II. C. Urown Stock ol Fruit and
OrniitiiinlHl Tree*.
Apple Trees; I and 3-year olds: IU to *_0 per
100. K-cordinu to variety. One-year-olds, I to 5
feet. 110 tn SI. per 1(1(1.
ICxtia nice Mock of Cherry. Peach, Plum,
Apricots, etc., now growtnf for fall orders. No
expense, loss or dt-l���y of fumiya inn or inspection. Let me prie your list before placing your
oder   Catalog free
Greenhouse Plants, Floral Work, Bee Supplies, Kruit Pack���em Fertilieers, etc.
M. J. HKNRY,
3010 Westminster Rjad,      V.ncoUvik, B. C.
"    ���   0.
John P. McCnnnall and John Millar
who have spent th* fall in the Aspen
Grov* camp were in town Tuetdty. They
will return in t few dtyi tnd go east for
* few *e*_i, returning with parties whom
they hive interetted i�� thi* ptrt of the
country.
Nicol* wt* not th* only pltc* were the
"wait*" got in their work on Christ ma-
Eve, A number nf the young people of
Quilchmt oiled nn a resident near mid
night tnd entertained th* fresh tir with
Christmas ctroli, the owner nf the pltc.
ut,n'., -it another part of tht house tnd
tlept during th* diip*n*ing of th* sweet
muiic.
A nambtr of the friend* of th* ftmilv
of Mr. ��nd Mr*. Jouph Ouirhon gathered
it tha fimily residence ne*r Quilchena on
Tuetdty evening tnd enjoyed th* hospitality of th* family. Th* evening wtt
���pent io card and other gtmet, and he-
for* th* departure of th* gueiti they itt
down to t (umptuout rt| ut iueh at the
horn* of Mr. Ouichon i* noted for tnd
iuttie* wm don* to th* choio* siindt
rtptrad. .
Q. n. BRASH,
Accountant and Auditor
REAL HSTATB        INSURANCE
Temporiry offi..--Stewart's Stage   Big
WATCH REPAIRING
All kinds, of Watch, Clock
tnd Je*olry repairs done in
tint class order and satisfaction _ll��rariln-d. All v<ork
entrusted to our care will be
completed and returned without deity
W. n. < ATI I'llEI.I. A CO.,
C. P. R. Time Inspectors. Kamloopa
NICOLA. B  C.
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
Official Administrator
Office. -Co'iimen lal Mock, east of Post Offlee.
Kamloops, B. C.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Barrister,   Solicitor and   Notary   I'uhlic
Office:   Rest ef the Ctnadian Hank of Com
men*, south side of Victoria street, KauiloojiH.
Money to loan on real estate security.
HARDIMAN & CO.
Land Mining and Oeneral Supply Agt*
���FOR���
Mining contractors/farm machinery, buggies,
cutler-, sleighs e-c. Head for our list if farm
and mining properties. Honor��� on mining pro-
p- rtlet through the District, Cable address
"Aurum." Codes: Bromhall, Mot���Bgk Neal,
A. n. C. lib.
Warehouse  (tnford. Nicola Valley, & C.
JOHN C. ADAIR
MININGENGINEER COAL &0IL EXPERT
Ii prepared to ���limine coil properties
aim furnuh reports on time. Termt to
suit til.   Addrett  J. C. Adair, Nioolt,
A REMEMBRANCE
AT A SMALL COST
F r the friend* at home or ihroid.
You I'tnnot sund them t more in
terelting Xmas remenihraiics thin
Book of B. 0 Views
View Xmas Cards.
Souvenir Post Cards.
See Our  Selection of Goods
SMITH BROS
BOOKSTORE
Kinilooi -i tnd Vernon
JAMES SMITH
GENERAL
BLACKSMITH
LOWER NICOLA, B. C.
All kinds of repair work don* in t
neat and satisfactory man ner and in thort
ootie*.
Horseshoeing
pa
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4
W
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1905
Has been finished and I
beg to take this opportunity of thanking the
public for their generous
patronage. It has been
the banner year with us.
Our motto will be a
"greater trade than has
been" for
1906
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" IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH US.'
SLAUGHTER SALE
MEN'S
180 SUITS RANGING FROM $25 TO $7 50 AT COST
Our $25 Sunt, tailor made, for  f$0 00
" |22 60 Suit*, ttilor made, French finuh  17 50
"   20 00   "     going at  15(10
"   17 60   " "       14 60
"   16 00   " "         12 60
"   12 50   " "       10 00
"   10 00   " "         7 60
"    7 60   ���' "         6 50
Suet running f>om 35 to 44 in all the latest ttyiot.
All Boy's snd Child's Clothing, 33^ off     This is the
largest and finest stock of Clothing ever placed
before the public in Nicola.
Overcoats Reefers, Mackinaw Coats and
Pants all subject to a discount of 25 per cent.
MUST BE SOLD TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR
SPRING SHIPMENT.
, I 111
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Life and Fire Insurance Agent.
Lower Nicola,
.Notary Pub'ii
B. c.
COUTLM HOTEL
COUTLEE. B C.
Jos. Richards,      -      Proprietor
_________________-_------------^^
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.   First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Oood Stabling In Connection Trleph me Ocnneetlosi

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