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Array THE NICOLA
Vol. 3, No. 42.
NICOLA, B. C, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1907.
$2 a Year.
AT MIDDLESBORO
AN IMPORTANT FACTOR IN BRITISH
COLUMBIA OOAL SUPPLY
Railway Swlf'h Now Laid to Mines.
Ooal Waiting Shipment  Coal
Bunkers Being Erected.
Bright Outlook
What is bound to become one of the
most important factors in the coal supply of British Columbia, says "Bruce"
in the "Sunset," is now rapidly approaching the point where its production will have a very appreciable effect.
That is the property of the Nicola Coal
and Coke Company in the Nicola valley, near Coutlee.
Development work has been pushed
all summer with most satisfactory results. Today there are in the two principal seams of coal or leading to them,
nearly half a mile of tunnels. In the
Jewel seam, 18 foot 6 inches thick,
there is the 900-foot slope finished early
in the season, with its connecting working tunnel of 600 feet. Half of the latter is in the coal. This is a double
compartment tunnel, built to carry two
tracks. The rock portion of this tunnel has been timbered complete. Temporary tipples have been erected at the
portal and the railway switch is completed to them. Coal to the extent of
fifty tons a day is already being delivered to the C. P. R., though this represents practically on'y what is brokw
down in development operations.
A number of new houses have been
built during the summer, including
offices, store houses and bunk and cook
houses for the men. The village which
has sprung up near the mines is known
as Middlesboro, after which the collieries have been najned, or rather the village has taken its name from that of
the collieries.
Number two or the Ells seam, which
is eight feet nine inches thick, has also
been developed to a considerable extent,
an air tunnel 800 feet long connecting
wit! a working tunnel of 600 feet, hav-
ing been driven. On the dump of this
seam 1,000 tons of coal are now awaiting shipment. Coal bunkers sufficient to
handle an output of 1,000 tons per day
are in course of construction.
With its handling plant installed, it
is doubtful whether any other coal
mine will be able to bring its product to
daylight cheaper or easier than this
company. For years to come the company will be able to run its coal out of
the mines by gravity. This advantage
not only greatly lessens the cost of production, but saves an eno/mous initial
expenditure in sinking shafts, installing
hoists, pumps and air fans, as is the case
in nine out of ten coal mines.
Under the conservative management
which this company enjoys the best results for its expenditures in development work are obtained. The manner
in which it has been organized proves
the capacity of the men who are directing its affairs. By their methods it has
not been found necessary to give away
huge blocks of promotion stock in order
to sell treasury stock at a fraction of its
value. The company put its stock on
the market at par, and already over
four-fifths of it has been taken in Vancouver. It certainly speaks well for the
personel of the directorate and the merits of the proposition when the bulk of
its offered shares are subscribed here
where both are well known, and in the
face of the financial stringency of the
past year.
Archibald Dick, Provincial Coal Mine
Inspector, was at Middlesboro Collieries
this week.
Activity of O. P. R. Survey Parties.
That further construction of the railroad will be gone on with from Nicola
next spring is now almost a certainty.
The present activity of the surveying
parties under H. Carry, C. E., between
here and the Similkameen, on behalf of
the C. P. R., shows that this company
is fully aware of the importance of being first in a section of the Province
which is bound to become one of its
richest and most productive districts,
and the recent visit of R. M. Marpole
COMING TO ITS OWN
HXPHRIMHNTAL   FARM  STATIONS
FOR NIOOLA VALLEY
to this section would tend to corroborate
this.
That the railroad will follow closely
the lines run by Mr. Carry last fall and
tap th.e Aspen Grove camp, is now practically assured, though whether after
that the line will follow the old lines
plotted to Allison, and then on to Penticton, through the Smilkameen, is
doubtful. If a practicable route can
be assured, there is every possibility of
the line going through Otter Flat, and
down the Tullameen river, and thus tap
1 a district which is rich both in minerals
and coal.
At present a section of the surveying
party under Mr. Carry is making a
reconnoissance over the Five-mile route
to Summerland, after going over some
of the proposed routes to Princeton.
Transportation to the mines at Aspen
Grove next year is now almost an assured fact, and it is now certain that
the V. V. & E. will run a Bpur to the
coal mines at Merritt. The importance
of this district is beginning to be realized by outside sections, and by none
more so than the railroads, who can see
a certain amount of tonnage which with
transportation facilities ready to hand,
will be an ever-increasing quantity.
The Nicola Valley is coming to its own
at last.
A Vancouver newspaper says: R. Marpole, general executive assistant of the
C. P. R., has returned from Nicola, in
the vicinity of which point he inspected
the progress made by surveys now being carried on in the direction of Quilchena, on the route to Princeton and
Keremeos. These surveys have been
proceeding for some time, being a continuation of those which were dropped
last winter after considerable progress
had been made. Mr. Marpole made no
announcemrnt regarding the surveys on
his return to Vancouver, but it is understood that Sir Thomas Shaughnessy,
president of the C. P. R., may make a
statement concerning them on his arrival in Vancouver this week.
Further Railroad Construction Practically Assured  Will Tap Rich Ola
trict of A��pen Orove  V V.
A M. Spur to Merritt.
If there is any foundation in fact for
the extract given below taken from the
"Sunset," there is a certainty of this
district coming much sooner to the
front than even its most ardent well-
wishers have thought possible:
"A movement is on foot to apply to
the Dominion Government for grants in
aid of the establishment of experimental
stations in Nicola Valley in order to
prove or ascertain its capabilities as a
fruit producing district. From the
lower end of Nicola lake to Spences
Bridge, a distance roughly speaking of
60 miles, there are many thousands of
acres of bench and bottom lands which
it is believed are capable of very high
production of various fruits and cereals.
As little or no horticulture has ever
been tried in the valley its development
will naturally not be as quick under private experiment as it would be with
a systematic and comprehensive series
of stations under government supervision. Once its possibilities in thii direction are proven, its rapid settlement
will follow as a matter of course. The
cost to the Goverment need not be
heavy, as station* of very moderate extent wonld be sufficient for the purpose,
and already some of the larger land
owners have signified their willingness
to donate the required amount of land
in their sections. There are also several Indian reserves in the valley on
which there are plenty of unoccupied
land which could be utilized without any
disadvantage to the Indians. This is a
matter of considerable importance and
there should be no hesitation on the
part of the Dominion Government in
granting the moderate amount which
will be required to carry out the plan."
LOCAL NBWS.
Mrs. Richards of Canford was a visitor at Coutlee this week.
Harvest of the Orlm Reaper.
Many will hear with regret of the
death of Martin Beattie, which took
place on Friday morning last at his
residence at Kamloops. The deceased
was a native of Ireland, and came to
Kamloops in 1893 from Lytton, where
he had resided for some time previously.
He leaves a widow, son and six daughters to mourn his loss.
News is to hand this week of the
death of J. B. Conklin of Deep Creek,
Wash. The deceased purchaseed the
ranch near Merritt owned by the
late J. Charters, early this year, and
he paid several visits to the valley in
connection with his purchase. The deceased was in good health and the news
of his death was totally unexpected by
his son, J. C. Conklin, who has been a
resident in the valley looking after the
interests of his father. His son left on
Tuesday's train for Spokane, where his
father passed away.
OF LOCAL IMPORT
LOCAL WATER CASE AT KAMLOOPS
ASSIZES SETTLED
The town of Merritt is coming to the
front. Every week new houses are
being constructed.
Th* Japanese Immigration.
W. J. Mackenzie King, Deputy Minister of Labour, has been appointed a
commissioner to assess and pay the
damages suffered by Japanese residents in Vancouver during the riots. He
will arrive at Vancouver this week. It
is expected the damage will total about
|6,000.
Hon. Rudolphe Lemieux will be appointed special envoy of the Canadian
government to confer with the Japanese
government with a view of securing a
continuance of the agreement whereby
the number of Japanese who may emigrate to Canada will be limited. Joseph
Pope, Under Secretary of State, will
accompany Hon. Mr. Lemieux.
The Canada Gazette notices include an
application from the C. P. R. to build a
branch line from Killam northwesterly
to Strathcona, Alberta.
John P. Meyer, C. P. R. townsite
agent, reports the sale of seven lots
this week in Merritt.
Church Service^.
Rev. D. K. Allan will preach in the
Presbyterian Church Sunday next at 11
a. m. Owing to alterations in the
Methodist Church there will be no services at Lower Nicola.
Church of England Harvest Thanksgiving services on Sunday next in St.
John's Church, at 3 p. m. At Merritt
(Willowdale), at 7 p. m.
Methodist Church services Sunday,
Oct. 20th, as follows: Dot, 10 a.m.;
Canford, .p.m.; Lower Nicola, 2 p.m.,
Sabbath School and Bible Class 7:30
p. m. Middlesboro, 3 p. m., Sabbath
School 7:30 p. m. Rev. A. M. Sanford,
B.A., B.D., of Vancouver, President of
the B. C. Conference haa consented to
take the services on Sunday. This will
be Mr. Sanford's first visit to the valley.
Hon* Stealing at Douglas Lake Oovernment Offer* Reward for Information Leading to Arrest
of th* Guilty Parti**
At the fall assizes before Justice Irving, at Kamloops, last week, there
were three important water rights-
cases set down for trial. Two of these,
Costley v. Watson and Ah Ton v. Humphreys, were left over to the following
assizes, as the parties concerned were
not ready to proceed to trial. The
third case, that of Palmer v. Frisken,
was a contest between the holder of an
old record and the possessor of a new
one. This case occupied the whole of
yesterday and at the close of the day's
sitting the judge expressed an opinion
in strong terms that the parties ought
to arrive at a settlement. As a result
the respective counsel conferred with
the judge the following morning and
judgment was agreed upon.
Mrs. Palmer is declared prior record
holder on the stream through her meadows so far as the records of Jas. Frisken
are concerned. She agrees to place a
gate in her ditch in accordance with the
act to permit a flow of 150 inches, and
to abandon the claim for damages already suffered, the defendant to pay
plaintiff's costs, which have been fixed
at a lump sum.
New Bridge Over th* Coldwater.
A. Stevenson, Road Superintendent,
was at Coutlee this week looking over
the site for the bridge across the Cold-
water river, which will connect Merritt
and Middlesboro Collieries. The government will shortly commence the construction work, and when completed the new
bridge will be a great help to parties
living at Merritt and the Middlesboro
Collieries.
The new schedule on tne Nicola branch
line came into force on Monday, the
train arriving on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays at 11 a. m. and leaving
for Spences Bridge on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 3 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hendry and
daughter arrived on today's train and
left after lunch for Middlesboro' Colleries in their automobile.
Jos. R. A. Richards of Coutlee left
for Victoria on Tuesday's train.
Mrs. Bewley and children arrived at
Middlesboro last week from the east.
Mr. Bewley met them at Kamloops.
S. J. P. Scott, after serai weeks'
visit through the valley, returned to
his home at Millars, ille, Alta., last week.
G. Irvine, who has been employed for
the past few months at Merritt, is now
at Nicola, where he will be engaged for
some time.
the
G. L. Hilliard has taken over
house until lately conducted by Mrs.
Riley, and will make alterations which
will materially assist towards the comfort and convenience of travelers.
M. L. Grimmett and G. L. Hilliard
returned on Friday after a visit to Kamloops, where they had been attending
the Licencing Court.
An "At Home," under the auspices
of "The Guild," will be held in the
Manse on Tuesday next, Oct. 21, at 8
p. m.   Everybody welcome.
Drs. Dalby and Findley left on Tuesday 'jb train after a short stay in Nicola.
They expect to make a more extended
visit in the early spring next year.
FARMERS' INSTITUTES.
A regular meeting of the Nicola
Farmers' Institute will be held at Nicola
on Wednesday, the 23d of October, 1907,
in the morning at 10 o'clock, in the
afternoon at 2 o'clock, and in the evening at 7:30 o'clock.
business:
Meetings are as follows: Lower Nicola, Monday, Oct. 21st; Coutlee, Tuesday, 22d. Nicola, Wednesday, 23d.
Mr. F. M. Logan, Dairy Commissioner,
is prepared to speak and give demonstrations on live stock generally, and
on dairy matters in particular.
Mr. J. R. Anderson, Deputy Minister
of Agriculture, will take up tne subject
of fruit culture.
Please try and interest your neighbors
and friends in this meeting, and especially urge the ladles to attend. Be
prompt on time, as an interesting meeting is expected.
N. B. - Publications intended for
members are in the hands of the Secretary and can be obtained by those attending the meetings.
D. Dodding, President,
S. J. Solomon, Sec.-Treas.
Coutlee, B. C, Oct 3, 1907.
Admission free. All (including ladies) are invided to attend.
Large Theft* of Stock at Douglas Lak*
For some time past, saya a coast di*-
patch, the big ranch owners near Douglas Lake, in the Yale district, have been
the victims of numerous thefts, high-
class stock cattle and horses having
been stolen at different periods. The
thievery has been mainly confined to
horses, of which a large number of the
more valuable kind have been carried
off. The loss to the ranchers by the
thefts has been considerable.
The horse thieves make it a point to
obliterate or so disfigure the brands on
the horses that they are unrecognizable,
the horses then being taken about the
country and sold. The business has become such a pest to the ranchers that
they have in desperation appealed to
the provincial authorities for relief.
All efforts to capture the thieves
have so far been fruitless and now the
provincial government has come to the
front with an offer of $500 reward for
information leading to the arrest and
conviction of any person or persons who
have obliterated any brand or brands on
horses at or near Douglas Lake. The
offer of the reward is expected to have
the effect of putting a stop to the horse
stealing, but meanwhile the authorities
are leaving no stone unturned in their
effort to capture the thieves.
Nioola Athletic Association Meets.
The adjourned general meeting of the
above association was held in the Court
House on Tuesday evening. Several
alterations were made in the constitution and the membership fees for the
association were fixed as follows: Privileged members, $1.00; country members, $2.00, and resident members $5.00
per annum. The conveniences and benefits to be derived from the new club
rooms when thoroughly renovated will
more than compensate for the increase
in the subscription for resident members, and these renovations and alterations are being arranged for at once.
CLEARANCE SALE
At H. L. Roberts' store, Nicola. Everything offered at cost. Must be sold.
Don't miss this chance of securing a
bargain. THE NICOLA HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Published Every Friday
Subscription, ln Advance. $2 a Year
Nicola, B. C, October 18, 1907.
YALE ELECTORAL DISTRICT.
THE ASIATIC QUESTION.
Perhaps the most important question before the residents of this
province to-day is that of how best
to overcome the present scarcity of
labour, so as to allow the agricultural and mineral resources of the
absurd. What has kept back immigration is the high transportation
rates to this province; the provinces of Manitoba, Alberta and
Saskatchewan being allowed a rate
that this province is not.   Were the 1JOTICE is hereby given that on Mon
rates here on the same basis as they        day, the 4th day of November,
��� , .,        .    _    A.D. 1907, at 10 o'clock a.m., at the
are, say to Calgary, there is no q,^ Housei Ashcrofti t shall hoid ,
doubt but there would be a much Court of Revision for the purpose of
larger influx of population  to this
province than there is at present.
Space this week will not allow to go
further into this question,, and also
hearing and determining any and all
objections to the retention of any name
or names on the Register of Voters for
the Yale Electoral District.
H. P. CHRISTIE,
Registrar of Voters.
Ashcroft, B.C., 4th September, 1907
NOTICK
Thirty days after  date   I   intern!   lo
the rates for clearing land given in
province to be exploited to their | the article referred to.    Meanwhile
fullest extent.   Any one who has \ the Nico|a Herald can only rejter.
given the matter serious considera- j t  that it js not t0 a cheap class of apply to U.e I [��. the Chief Couniwii��
.    i    -..u ..u   malU.immmtl . , er of I_tinls .'mil \\rirks for a license to
tion, must admit that the utilizing of jlabourj such as the Oriental, that pro*p*ct fa ootl oa tlie following Ind.
Chinese labour is only a stop gap j lhis I)rovjncc must look to develop &_Mi��id-t*t * poit at theN. B. comer
and  does  not  in any way help ;its resources, but to a class of labour
toward a solution of the question.
The experience of other countries
who have at one time or another
made use of this class of labour
should be enough to deter this
province at any rate from following
an example, which those same
countries acknowledge now to have
been a mistake which they are endeavoring to their very utmost to
rectify. It comes then as somewhat of a surprise to find a resident
of this valley advocating the abolition of the poll-tax and free admission of the Oriental labour into
the province. The same gentleman
is also responsible   for the very
that will, while assisting in developing these resources, make the
province they help in exploiting,
their home, become good citizens
and assist in the government of
their country. A bird of passage
like the Oriental is a detrimental.
He is neither a home builder nor a
good citizen.
of II. J. __rn*_iw'l coal location,
t_e*CC north 80 chains, thence west 8U
eliains, thence south 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains to point of commencement.
H. M. STRAMTII.RG, Locator.
St.ink-v Kirby, Agent.
Dated September 14, 1907.
Real Estate
insurance
JOHN P. MEYER
BROKER
C. P. R. Townsite Agent
FOR  NICOLA AND MERRITT
Barwick Block
NICOLA, B. c
FOR SALE.
Horse, Buggy, Harness and Saddle, etc.
H. D. Green-Armytage.
m Coutlee, B.C.
NOTICE.
AMENDED LOCATION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given, that thirty
days after date the British Columbia
Amalgamated Coal Company, a corporation duly registered under and pursuant to the laws of the Province of
British Columbia, intends to apply to
the Hon. the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works, for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following land:
Commencing at a point which is on the
west boundary of the Lower Nicola Mamete Indian Reserve No. 1, and due east of
the north-east corner of lot 739, Group
1, Kamloops Division of Yale District,
Province of British Columbia, a stake
Take notice that John Trainor, timher being planted at said point and marked
dealer of Coutlee, B. C, intends to ap-i British Columbia Amalgamated   Coal
broad statement, that white labour ipiy to the Honorable Chief Commis- Company's south-east corner; running
will never develop our agricultural > sioner of Lands and Works for a special, thence from said stake north 80 chains,
,   ,       .       .    , i timber license over the following de- thence west 80 chains, thence south 80
resources, and that there is danger | mihti lands situate in valley known as chains, thence east 80 chains to point of
in bringing thousands of unsuitable R^ro-ad Pass, Yale Division, Yale Dis-
trict:
people from the British Isles, they J   Commencing at a post on north side of
NOTICE
Yale Land District.   District of Yale.
Take notice that Claude D. Uroailhcnt
of Victoria, B.C., gentleman  intends to
apply  for permission  to purchase  the
following described Uid:���Commencing
at a post planted at the south-east comer
of lot 570, TP. 94,  Kamloops Division,
thence east 20 chains, thence  north 20
eliains, thence west 20 chains,  thence i
south 20 chains to point of commencement, containing 40 acres more or less,
CLAUDE D. BROADBENT,
By his agent
Harold H. Matthews.
Dated Nicola B.C., Sept. 9, 1907.
NOTICE.
To whom it may concern: that I,
John Clapperton, farmer and stockraiser,
Nicola, and I, M. P. Stewart, mail contractor, Nicola, have this day sold and
delivered to R. H. Winney, farmer and
stockraiser, Nicola, all the cattle owned
by us, and branded thus: <|> diamond
bar on left hip, and that with the cattle
we have sold and transferred said diamond brand.
JOHN CLAPPERTON,
M. P. STEWART.
Witness:  M. L. Grimmett.
Dated at Nicola, 4th October, 1907.
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmi
Home Shoeing a ipecialty.
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
not being adapted for the rough' said valley marked north-east corner, j Columbia.
commencement, containing 640 acres.
The said land being in Kamloops Division of Yale District, Province of British
i thence south 80 chains, thence west 80 '
pioneer work, and in  that respect j chains, thence north 80 chains, thence I
' east 80 chains to place of commence- j
falling far short of the capabilities
of the Orientals. With both, of
these statements the Nicola Herald
distinctly differs. White labour
and white labour only will develop
the agricultural resources of this
province, and place them on a satisfactory basis. The provinces of
Manitoba, Alberta [and Saskatchewan, whose resources are mainly
agricultural, were all developed by
white labour. Is it because there
is a necessity for irrigation in many
parts of this province that we
should differ from our sister provinces? Were the agricultural resources of Southern Alberta developed by the Oriental? or did the
Oriental even in the smallest way
assist in the development of a district depending entirely as it does
on irrigation to bring out its agricultural possibilities to their fullest
extent.   The main idea that runs
ment.
JOHN TRAINOR.
Dated September 2_d, 1901	
BRITISH COLUMBIA AMALGA-
I        MATED COAL COMPANY.
By Alfred A. Aya, Agent,
Fenton Building, Portland, Oregon.
Dated October 3d, 1907.
NOTICE.
Any person found in pursuit of game
on any part of the Broadhent Estate,
without permission of the undersigned,
will be prosecuted.
Harold Matthews, Lessee.
F. C. PAIGE
General S
Blacksmith
-AOBNT POR-
Canadian Carriage Co's
Buggies
Moline & Spleight Wagons
The famous John Deere
and Fleury Plows
Monitor Seeding Machinery
Frost & Wood Mowers,
Rakes, Etc.
and all clauses of Farm Machinery
A  selection of smaller implements-
Wheelbarrows, Scrapers, etc. on hand.
LOWER NICOLA, B.C.
honojc
Take notice that Alexander Stephen,
timber dealer of Coutlee, B. C, intends I
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works fora special timber
license over the following described lands
situate in valley known as Railroad Pass,
Yale Division, Yale District:
Commencing at a post planted next
north-west corner of timber limit staked
by John Trainor on north side of said
valley, marked north-east corner, thence
running south 80 chains, thence west 80
chain*, thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains to place of commmence-
ment.
ALEXANDER STEPHEN.
Dated September 23d, 1907.
NOTICE.
Take notice that John Trainor, timber
dealer of Coutlee, B. C, intends to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works fora special timber
licence over the following described
lands situate in valley known as Railroad Pass, Yale Division, Yale District:
Commencing at a post planted next
north-west corner of timber limit staked
by A. Stephen on north side of said valley, marked northeast corner, thence
through the remarks of the gentle-1 running south 80 chains, thence west 10
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains to place of commencement.
JOHN TRAINOR.
Dated September 24th, 1907.
man referred to, is that cheap labour
is required and that the salvation
of this province lies in the obtaining of this cheap lobour. Chinese
labour knot Chetp.    Compared to
NOTICE.
Take notice that we the undersigned
int I to apply to the Hon. Chief Com-
white labour it receives a generally raiiioner of Land* and Works for license
��� immmm ���.���������   i���,t  ,u .   *,  .i.���.  to cut and carry away timber on tho fol-
a lower wage, but  the  waste that, |owin(? dt.8crib,ti hJs sitUate j_ valley
occurs and the supervision neces-; known as Railroad Pass, Yale Division,
sary for Oriental labour more than Tft2Jj^ ��� , post on north side
offsets   the   higher   wage   which i of said valley marked south-west cor-
white labour receives. The Oriental ���' lh""cf in. " S. T\ W ttln
j thence east 100 chains, thence south 40
as a pioneer must be rather a "rara chains, thence west 160 chains to place
avis". The Anglo-Saxon race have-
been pioneers for centuries, and
even early pioneers to this province
were in many cases "unsuitable
people," but they got there all the
same and very soon adapted themselves to the ways of their new
home
deteriorated since those days, and
must the descendants of Drake and
Raleigh, Frobisher and
of commencement.
JOHN TRAINOR,
ALEXANDER STEPHEN.
Dated September 24th, 1907.
NOTICE.
Take notice that I, Alexander Stephen,
timber dealer of Coutlee, B. C, intend
to apply for a special timber license over
the following described lands situated in
valley known as Railroad Pass, Yale
Has the race so suddenly TMx\tm, Yale District:
Commencing at a post planted near
the north-west corner of J. Trainor's
timber limit No. 2, on north side of said
Hawkins' valley, marked north-east corner, thence
��� .    . , .    running south 80 chains, thence west 80
really give place to the Oriental in chain8> tnence north go chains, thence
pioneer work, and admit that they
no longer have the stamina to carry
on colonization work ?   The idea is
chains to point of commence-
east i
ment.
A. STEPHEN.
Dated September 24th, 1907.
Buy a Lot in the centre of the future
. . coal producing district of B.C. . .
MERRIf T IS THE CENTRE OF THE NICOLA
VALLEY COAL FIELDS
TOWN LOTS FOR SALE
. . . IHT THE . . .
CROWING TOWN OP
Lots are of good size and carry water privileges with each lot.
These are the only lots in Merritt carrying this privilege.
For further particulars and prices apply to
G. B. ARMSTRONG
SOLE ___G-E
a* �� a*  MERRITT, B.C. ���IPaXIK-S act. i tn,'
CERTIFICATE 01   I V'KI ORATION.
I HEREBY CERTiFY tli_t "The
I Nicol* Valley L.iulwr Oampaaf,
Limned," hn. thii io* ho n iMurp tated
under the " Coinp.iie. Ac, 18)17," na n
Llini'ml C'Miiiny, hiiIih tofjtUI of fifty
th'iuH'iii't dollars, divide) lata nit haa
dred llum nf Mil liud'el dollars each.
i.ivimi under my I.' d __H M I i_
often at Victorit, ProvioM "f Hritish
C ilumlii.1, thia Hi'i d y ul lepHnihir.
OM 'li mix iihl inn.! h'linlr. d and neven.
[tl] S. Y   ��OOTTON,
R��gittr_r of Joint Stool 0 mp___M.
The   following   are   the   oljfCia  for
will.'!, thi' Company   htt   -*N   MOTpOf
���tt'-d :���
(I.) To carry on  I ia* mill
ovuh-ra, loggers, luiidicru. u mil limiliel
nor-liants and HI iifwiiiri'H of aid
do.'ers in lumber, tiruour, It'hs, shingle",
n__m end doora, and ill nanoU)
articles i.f wood, wd 14 wood ami |(U��8,
and all art idea nod niateriuli in lie
manufacture where if tiinla r, lumln r i-r
wood ia used :
(2.) To puroh-M and othatwaf attjllri
and deal in, hold, nil, lea e, Burtgm
ami hypoilio.'iie real and personal
property of all kiait, ami in par'icuUl
landa, tmi ding*, bctedlUBMUt", timber
lands or leases, t :nlvr oUinm, lioonMM to
Ml timher, surface null's aim iiuht of-
way, and any ii.t.-re-t in real or perl mil
properly and any 0 liVI lg��in��l looh
property or against ��ny MIMM or com
pany:
lo.iTo construct, maintain, alter,
make, work and operatl on iln propurty
of the Company, or un proMTty tot
trolled liy thi Company, any MBlll,
traila, mails, ft.iys, triuiway-, bridge*
and reservoirs, dam-, H HM, t-M
and other atft, otAot fours,il, aqlrductl,
. wharves, oierii, fu'MiaCi k, 110 mid ,
hydraulic woiis, llwtrMtl w tks and
appliance.-,, a intKHMM, building*,mac .in
ery, plant, ."tores ai d other works and
coiu'enieiics whlljtl ni'iv WM condu he
to IB/ ot the o j ntt nl lhe Joinp.iiij; and
to contrihiee to, mIM'-Im or D_i-r��IM
aid nr take part in any sueli oi in tii in
though eoi'-tr'U'ed and inaititaieed ly
any other p r on ore .mjiitny; und to huv,
sell, manufacture and deal in ail kinds of
goods, Nton-, iinph ments, provisions,
chattels and ell'ects:
(I.) To aci|i're liy pureliase, lease, ex-
chaise or otherwise, lands, teiieinenls,
huijdings and heredltanien's of any ten
uiu and description, and any estate or
interest therein, and any right! ofit 01
connected with laml, nnd to sell or othi r-
wise dispmi! of, e\liin_P, lease, rrBt,
mortgage cr otherwise encuinhor lands.
tenements, buildiiiKs, ami hlttditMMi'll
of any twin or <!��� seription, and any
eatate or interest therein, and any rights
over or IQMMtld > Ith 'anil:
(5 )To sed standou timber from and
oil tbi lands held hy ihe Company, titbit
in fu or under lease or licence, or other-
wi.e:
(6 ) To conduct and earry on business
as general merchants and  I ueueral trad
Uis, mere tntiV> and a ninol  husiness,
including the Hiippljing and silling of
food, stores and ol in r necessaries for the
Company's employes and others, and the
establishing, maintaining and operating
of hotels and hoardii g h I
(7.) To rmy or otherwise anpiiro water
rights, water, water powin and records
of water or water privileges ; to own ll d
operate waier works systems for the
mpply of water for domestic or other
purposes; to ijeiierate, accumulate, dis-
trihute and supply, hy water power nr
anyollnr power, electricity for heat,
li_ht and power in connection with the
Company's worki and operations, and to
dispose of eleclneity lor prolit for public
or priv ite piup ses, ami t i cany mi tilt
husi icss ot a DOVM Company; and to
exercis" and t"Joy, on compiling with
the provisions of ihe " Powir Companies'
Relief Acl" ami " Wntef (_������_��� Con
solidatioii AC, 1897, ' all I lie powers,
rights and prin eg s ��� i.ich a spi cially iu
Corp inle ! cnini'H'H m .y mipiire, exer
cue or enjoy under thi " \\ v i ("m-cs
Cmisolidatloil Act, lS'C," ami generally
tn own and opei.'i ��,'��� r works, water
powers and electric il appliances.
(H ) To clear ind remove obstructions
from all lakes, rif-N, cieeU anil streams
for making the same, lit for r-ifung ami
driving thereon logl, timher and lurn
her, and otherwise to exercise all the
power- and have all the privileges conferr
edin respect of meh works hy the "I'm is
and Si reams Act," or any other Act BO��
or hers-sfier in force in the Province of
British Columbia:
(!l)To purchaie, build, own, charter,
use, hold, equip, maintain and operate
s'eamships aud other ve-* Is, boats and
crafts, and to carry on business as carriers
of freight an I pa-s ngers for hire:
(10.) To borrow money on the security
of the whole or any part of the property
and assets belonging to the Company, and
toyrant, execute, seal and deliver mortgages, bonds, bills of sale, debentures or
other securities for the same:
(11 ) To lend and advance money to
such parties and on such terms as may
leeui  expeiiiei.l,  and  in   parliculir  ta
customers of and persons having dealings
with the Company:
(12) To make, draw, accept, ind IM,
and discount promissory notes, bills of
etc'iange, chiipies and other and all negotiable instruments:
(13 ) To purchase, lease, construct and
hohl or oiherwise a.jiiire foreshore with
territorial waier righis, lornb-M rights
end pm liege*, and i i sell, \mmt orniort-
1 hi Mine or any pan ihereof:
(14.) To sipiire from ibe QmMMMBI
( ii ���>. i Pi unci I or Dominion, ur other-
wis.) any coiee'sioiis, llM '-f*. llUM,
rights and privilege! as may be found
��� I ot di sirahio f r lhe att in.in.'i t
of lb,��� i bJMU of the Company or any ot
'hen,, and to ex- lose _����� erally all such
powi-r. as may Ir-in lime to lime be conferred in this C inpany by Act of l'ailla-
ment, clurier, license or oilier execuii.e
or l__ial_tifi oi'iiority :
(11J To p'ircluse, lease or otherwise
anpiire soy buiiiiess similar in character
to the objects of tim conipuiy, and tt
i ipnr om iinilcttake tin- whole or any
p.ri of the hiliilini, pmpoity and liahil
i iesof am per- n r .'omiiany carrying on
any lu-ihuss winch this Company is
lUtborieed to carry on, or p sse-sed of
Ifooeity mitable tot the  purpo'es of the
Company:
(Id )T> enter Into any panuership or
a r ngemnii for sharing pndi's, union ot
intireeta, co-operation, j-*nl aiheotnre,
r cproeal cm -��nm or ollnrwise with
nor comp.tiiv cariymg ouoren-
o oed in, nrihout lo en i.v nnoi i n_>je in
i y, biiiiiiesi. in iraii-ac'ion ci, I oi
being Mnrlui tid mas directly or iudirMtl]
to benefit this Company, and to lend
ueiiey in, guarantee the contracts of, or
tb t wise assist any such person or oom
pany, and to take or  otherwise   acquire
I ares and securities of any such com
p uy, and to sell, h Id, re-issue, with or
withoiii viiarantee, or otherwise deal
wlih the sann :
(17) To take or iiherwis" acipiire and
h Id shares in any other company having
nbl e'i alt.iiether or in part ,-imil.r tu
thoseof tbilO >mp��ny, or carrying i nan)
Mpablei f heini ounnwid ao u
i rutly or indirectly to benefit this Com
pany:
(18.) To amditamate with any other
com.pany, nnw or h.reafter incorporated,
baling objects altogether of in part simi
larto those of llnse pauv:
(111 ) To act n* fac'ors or agents in rela
tion to the purchase, sale, receip' and dt
|i"Sitioi) of all kinds of timber, logs, luin
ber, pulp, paper or other KtioIlM Ul the
inanufsctiire ol which wood or timher is
used or forms a component part :
(20 )To MllordiipoMof theundertaking
of the Company, or any part, thereof, for
.in h em.-i.leration as the Company may
thins ht, and hi particular lol shares, debentures or securities of companies haling
o'jects altneother or in part similar to
those of t his Company :
(21 ) To obtain any Act of Parliament
Of of Legislature to enable tho Company
tocirry any of its objects into effect, or
for dissolving thi Company and re-incor
liorating its meinhers as a new company
for any of the objects mentioned iu this
memorandum, or for effecting any other
modification in the constitution of the
Company:
(22,.) To do all such other thir.gs as are
incidental tn or conducive to the attain-
nent nl the above objects or any of them,
M. L. GRIMMETT, LL. B.
IIAKKISTKR, SOLICIT'JK,
NOTARY   PUBLIC,    SIC.
Solicitor for the Bank of Montreal.
NICOLA,
B.  C.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given tint i
after date I intend to .apply to the Hun.
Chief Coauninkntef ol I.amis and Works
lor permission to purchase   160  acres of
mountain paitnrt land, commencing at
the S.W. corner o. lot 1214; thence W.
I" chaini, theme S. 40,   tin nci    I'..    I I.
thenet N. lu ch nn- to initial port. Said
land is in Kamloop
G, L Ml'KR.W.
Mav 2nd, 1907.
Bankofflontreal
Capital, all paid up $14,41X1,000.   Rest, $11,000,WJ
Head Office:   Montreal.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Interest allowi d at current rates.
DRAFTS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
FARMERS'   AND  RANCHERS'  NOTES  DISCOUNTED.
NICOLA BRANCH
A W. STRICKLAND,
UND ACT.
Nicolt Ic'ind llistrict.    District of Yale.
Take notice that  I, K.   A.   PriMr,   nf
N'ieola,   Ii.   C,    occupation   publisher.
intend to apply for penninion to purchase the following ileseribul land:
Commencing u ��� poll planted at the
B. B, eorner ol lot 196, TI'. 94, Kamloopi Division "I Vale Instrid, thence
north 10 chains, thenc* cast 40 chains,
thence soulh   ll)  chains  to  lake
theno westerly along lake ihoreto pi in)
of coinineiici ment, ami  containing 60
acres, more or less,
RICHARD A. FRASER.
Dated 23rd September, 19'7.
I.AM) ACT.
District of
LAND ACT.
Kamloops Land District - District of
Yale.
Take Notice that Jas. McMahon of
Enderby, B. C, occupation mill man,
intends to apply for a special timber
license over the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles north of F. Garcia's north
boundary line and about oik? and thiee-
fourths miles west of Nicola wagon road,
and marked Jus. McMahon 'a N E C,
thenee west 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thenee east SO chains, thonee
north 80 chain:, to point of commencement, and containing 840 acres more
or less.
JAMES McMAHON.
Dated Sept. 11, 1907.
Kamloopi Land District
Yak
Take notice that James McV
Enderby, Ii. C, occupation mi
1 veil., to  apply for a special timber
1 reuse  over   the   following   d
lands:
Commencing at a poit planted aboat
��� north of McCulloch'
and about three-fourths of a mile west
i of Nicola wagon road, and marked Jas.
on'i s E C, tlienee norih 80
chaini, thence west HO chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence east 80 chains
to point of commencement, and cuntaili-
ing 040 acres more or leu,
JAMES McMAHON.
Dated Sept 11, 1907.
NICOLA
PORTABLE SAWMILL
Mani'i ii ti ran ami Dkai.kh in
Rough and Dressed
Lumber
Is prepared to take contracts for
sawing lumber and getting out
timher.
(.enei'iil tlill < onlim Is l,\c<'ii(eil
PR-CM MODERATE
Mail orderi promptly attended to
.1. A. MENZIES,   -   Lowi'.it Nicou.
GRAND PACIFIC HOTEL
KAMLOOPS
The nearest hotel to the railway station.
The only convenient hotel for travel! n,
Good looms,   good table,   good liquors.
Two Urge sample rooms.   Good itabling
in connection.
-W.   DOBSON
PROPRIETOR
I.AXD ACT.
Kamloops Land District - District of
Yale
Take notice that James McMahon of
Enderby, B. C, occupation mill man,
intends to apply for a special timber license over the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles north of F. Garcia's north
boundary line, and about om and three-
fourths miles west of Nicola wagon
rooad. and marked James McMahon's
S E C, thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres
or less.
JAMES McMAHON.
Dated Sept. 11, 1907.
LAM) ACT.
Kamloops Land District-District of
Yale.
otice that J. A. Mohrof Ender-
by, B. C,  occupation  fanner,  intends
to  apply  for a special timher licence
he followng deeeribed lands:
Commencing at a poet planted one-
fourth mile west of Mcola wagon road
infield's
house, andmarkul J. A. Mohr's ,\. E.
C, thence south 80 chains, thence west
I, thenee north 80 chains, thence
cast so chains to point of commencement, and containing 040 acres more or
JOHN ARCHIBALD MOIIR.
Dated Sept. 10. 1907.
LAM) ACT.
Kamloops Land District - District of
Yale.
Take notice that J. A. Mohrof Enderby, H. ('., occupation farmer, intends to
apply for a special timber licence over
the following described lands:
Commencing at a poat planted about
one mile and a quarter north of Stan-
fleld'l house and west of Nicola wagon
road, and marked J. A. Mohr's N. EL ('..
outh 80 chains, thence west 80
north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or
less.
JOHN ARCHIBALD MOIIR.
Dated Sept. 10, 1907.
Grand Central Hotel
Ashcroft, B.C.
Everything up to date.   Rest cuisine in
town.  Bar supplied with the best wines,
liquors and cigars.   When in At-iu roll
stop at the Grand Central.
GEO. WARD, - PROP.
LAND ACT.
Kamloops Land  Distriot- District of
Yale.
Take notice that James McMahon of
Enderby, B- C, occupation mill man,
intends to apply for a special timher
license over the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted aboul
about one-fourth mile west of the S W
corner of loi 807, and marked Jas. McMahon's S E C, thence north So chains,
thence west BO chains, thence south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to point of
I commencement, and containing 640
I acres more or less.
TAMES McMAHON.
Dated Sept. 12, 1  17.
LAND ACT.
Kamloops Land District ��� District of
Yale.
Take notice that J. A. Mohr of Eng
derby, B.C., occupation farmer,intend
to apply for a special timber licence ove
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
two and one-fourth miles north of Stan-
field's house and west of Nicola wagon
road, and marked J. A. Mohr'sN. E. C,
thence south 80 ehains. ihence I
north BO chains, thence
chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or
leu,
JOHN ARCHIBALD MOHR.
Dated Sept. 10, 1907.
HARDIMAN & CO.
Land Mining and Oeneral Supply Agts
HIH	
MlniiiK contractor!, form machlnat)
. I��lyhi etc,  semi for lur IUI ol form
ami luiiotis' propwtiw, lt.-iu.ci- no minini pro-
i��� ric- through tho DUtrkt, Cable andmn
���\ ii emu.' t'olc-: 1 liiun loll I. UOTOingt Neul.
A.II.C.  4lh.
Wiirclii.iHe   Can'ord. Ni'ol:. Vullc    II.I".
WATCH REPAIRING
All kinds of Watch, Clock
��nd Jewelry repairs done in
first class order and sutisfuc-
tion guaranteed. All work
entrusted to our care will be
completed and returned without delay.
V. H.  . AMIMJF.l.l, A CO.,
('. P, 11. Time Inspector-. Kamloops
MERRITT
������������am
OF I INTERIOR
SITUATED IN THE CENTRE OF THE
NICOLA COAL FIELDS
Railway Connection Direct
Heart of Kiel) Valley
LOTS NOW ON THE MARKET
Intending purchasers will be shown Lots on application
to Wm. Voght,   For prices and terms apply
H. S. CLEASBY, - COUTLEE THE  NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NOTES
A. H. Owen left on Tuesday's train on
a visit to Savonas.
W. F. Palmer and wife were visitors
to Kamloops last week.
H. W. Sutcliffe of Coutlee was visiting in Nicola on Monday.
Jos. Graham of Coutlee was a visitor
to Nicola on Monday.
J. Garcia and VV. Voght of Merritt
visited in Nicola on Monday.
NOTICE.
Thirty days after date I inteind to apply
to the Hon. the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum over the
following described area:
Commencing at a post placed at N
E corner of lot 181, township 91, Kamloops Division, thence west 80 chains,
north Si) chains, east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains to initial post.
G. L. MURRAY.
J. F. MURRAY, Agent.
Nicola, 7th October, 1907.
F. Jackson of Quilchena was visiting
in Nicola on Saturday last.
M. P. Stewart returned on Friday's
train from a visit to Kamloops.
S. Kirby of Quilchena left on Saturday's train on a visit to the coast.
Jos. Collett returned to Rockford on
Tuesday after a short stay in town.
NOTICE.
Thirtv days after date I intend tn,apply
to the flon. the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following described area:
Commencing at a post placed at N E
comer of lot 181, township 91, Kamloops
Division, thence north 80 ehains, east 60
chains, south 80 chains, west 60 chains
to initial post, comprising 480 acres
more or les.
F. CHIPMAN.
J. F. MURRAY, Agent.
Nicola, October 7, 1907.
J. A. Guichon and A. Ash of Quilchena were visitors in Nicola on Tuesday.
W. Hawkins, Mrs. Hawkins and Miss
Hawkins of Quilchena, visited in Nicola
on Sunday.
Mrs. Palmer and the Misses Palmer
of Stump Lake were visitors to Kamloops last week.
J. Guichon of Quilchena made a large
shipment of beef cattle to coast markets
on Saturday's train.
Mrs. Mickle of Quilchena and Miss
Lettice, who is visiting with her, were
visiting in Nicola on Sunday.
C. R. Gilbert and wife returned on
Tuesday's train to Vancouver after a
visit of several days in Nicola.
BUSINESS  LOCALS.
Clearing sale of dry goods, groceries,
boots, shoes, etc. at G. B. Armstrong's
Lower Nicola Store. These goods will
be sold at and below cost. Everything
in the store will be sacrificed and a
grand opportunity is now available for
parties wishing to lay in a stock of
winter supplies. Don't miss this genuine
bargain sale as the store will be shortly
closed.
G. B. ARMSTRONG,
Lower Nicola.
____  O. F.
COURT NICOLA, No. 8911, A. O. F��� meet*
second and fourth Friday in each month
at 8:30 p.m��� In Pooley's Hall. Visiting brethren
cordially invited.
H. H. Mattiikwk. C. R.
W Ookoon Ml'KKAY.SeC.
S. IT  HOE
Notary Public, Conveyancer, Etc.
Office:-Coutlee.
Days of Attendance :���
TUESDAYS & WEDNESDAYS.
Small Debts and County Courts Nicola
Attended.
P. 0. Adddress, Canford.
-M
M
IVI
METROPOLITAN
MEAT MARKET
NICOLA, B. C
SREWARDii
The Government of the
Province ok British Columbia hereby offers a REWARD
of Five Hundred Dollars for
information leading to the arrest and conviction of any person or persons who have obliterated any brand or brands
on horses, at, or near, Douglas
Lake, in the County of Yale,
in the said Province.
By order    F. S. Hussev.
Superintendent, Provincial Police.
Provincial Police Department,
Victoria, B. C.
October 10th, 1907.
The choicest of Beef,  Mutton, etc.,
always on hand.
Fresh Fish, Eggs and Vegetables,
T. HESLOP, ��� ��� PROP
SeedsJbees Plants
for the  farm, garden, lawn, or
conservatory.
NO   seedless   apples.       NO  pitless
plums.   NO cobless corn.   Just the old
reliable, approved varieties,  at reasonable prices.
Ilee Supplies, Spray Pumps and Spraying Material, Cut Flowers, etc.
CATALOGUE FREE.
M. HENRY
3100 Westminster Road,     Vancouver, B. C.
Two New Ladies' Astride Saddles at Cost
NEW STOCK
of Saddlery arrived. English bridles
and halter bridles, stock saddles,
great variety bits and spurs, single
harness, team harness.
All at Moderate Prices
Barwick's
Harness and Saddlery
NICOLA
Shivel & Gray m
(R. M. Woodward's Sawmill.)
BUILDERS and
CONTRACTORS
ROUGH & DRESSED LUMBER
SASHES      DOORS
SHINGLES MOULDINGS
LOWER NICOLA,   -   B. C.
ITOTICE.
A sitting of the County Court of Yale
will be held in the Court House, Nicola,
B. C, on
j Tuesday, 29th Oct, 1907
j at 10 a. m. Geo. Murray,
C. C. Registrar.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, for the Information of intending settler,, anil others,
that selection haa been made of the 3,500.000
acres of land situated ln the Peace River Valley, ProTinc�� of British Columbia, granted to
the Dominion Government under the provisions of Section 7 of "An Act relating to the
Island Railway, the Graving Dork and Railway 1 Mini, of the I'rovince," and such land is
not open to entry under the land laws of the
Province,
The block selected Is described as follows:
Commencing at a point, :ci. miles smith of lhe
Peaoo River un the 120th Meridian, being the
eastern boundary of tho Province. I hence wttl
75 miles and 3K fit chain-, thence Nnrth ;���_' nillei
and 3d 03 chains, tlierec Must li miles and 3H.0I
chains. ___M Sinuili to the point uf rminiitiin
ment. followlngtho I'.'uth Mcrldiauaud containing kpproiimatcly 1^00,000 acres.
NOTICK 18 AI.80 C1VKN that, with a
view to facilitate settlement in the ralio>s of
the Peace, I'arsulu and Pack Rivers, the fol
lowing licit of land forty miles In width and
extending twenty milea on eauh sine of the
Peace. Parsnip and Pack Kivers bus bis n reserved for actnal setlb rs to be acquired by pre
emption only under the Laud Act, such land
not being open for sale, lease, license or niher
alienation under the said Act excepl by preemption;
Commencing nt the Intersection of the Western boundary of the block of land selected by
the Dominion Government with the Peace
River River, thence following the Peace River
and Parsnip River to their confluence with the
Pack River aad thence following the Pack
River to the point where said Pack Kiver
leaves McLeod Lake, and extending for a distance of twenty miles on each tide of said
rivers and approximately 170 miles in length.
All lands outside the boundaries of the Dominion lOovernment Grant and the roservo
above described are open for location under
the lawi of the Province.
W, J. BOWSER,
Aotlng Chief Commisiionor of Lands and
Works.
Lands and Works Department, Victoria,
September 13,1907.
A complete line of First Class Groceries
just received. These goods are all new
and if you are looking for a Bargain,
call and see Goods and get prices.   .   .
GIVEN AWAY
One  Eifty   Dollar  Gnphpbooe.    One  ticket
given with each Dollar worth of goods purchased
THE CASH STORE.
J. Q. LEONARD, tej** NICOLA B.C.
Keep your eye on the Watch and follow the movement
The Great Watch Movement is the Waltham
To get a bargain on WALTHAM WATCH send to
/. B. HADDAD
or call on him at        -     -     NICOLA, B.C.
Bargain Watches, Clocks, etc.
HADDAD HAS IT
I PILE'S STORE
JUST ARRIVED
CAR FIVE ROSES
FLOUR.
CAR EOCENE
The People's Store
A. R CARRINGTON, - PROPRIETOR
IT PAYS  TO  DEAL  WITH  US
B. G. BEEF MARKET
MEII-EIITT,  _B_ O.
DEALERS IN
Prime Beef,  Mutton,  Lamb,  Veal,  Pork and Sausage
Poultry,   Hams and Bacon, Fresh Fish
CATTLE BOUGHT AND   SOLD   BY THE   CARLOAD
D. MoINNES, Prop. I. EASTWOOD, Mgr
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE HERALD - $2 A YR

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