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THE NICOLA HERALD
Vol 2.   No. 14.
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1906.
CONTRACT
FOR DRILLING
DIAMOND VALE COAL CO.
LET CONTRACT FOR
1000 FEET
Maps and Plans Showing
Location of Borings and
Inclination of Seams of
Coal Being Prepared by
Engineer Little���Managing Director Smith Visits
Property This Week.
The directors of the Diamond Vale Coal company, who
have been carrying on drilling
operations all last season with
a staff )f men, have decided to
further continue their work on
the company's holdings nt Cjuil-
chtna' Orders have just been
given forthe drilling of another
thousand feet. On the completion of this, the com; tny
hope to have sufficient dat.i, I
along with that supplied already
from the five holes drilled last
' season, to be able to commence
mining operations on a large
scale.
F. D. I__rtt_. is at work just
now at Quilchina getting out
maps and charts showing the
location of the company's holdings, and also showing the
position of the various holes
al.eady drilled and showing the
inclination and depth of the
various seams of coal.
1 lie company is pushing the
prospecting work and hope before the end of the year to be
in a position to show good re��
suits from their operations
T. J Smith man .ging director and J. M. Kobinson of
Summerland, who is interested
in the company, passed through
Nicola on Tuesday on their
way to Quilchena where they
expect to stay a few days before proceeding to the coast.
LOWBR NIOOLA NBW8.
Happening- Toward th* Lower end  of
Th* Valley
Andrew Smith, lit* of th* Coutl**
I withy, was making th* iptrka fly tt th*
forf* it James Hmith'i tbop Ittt week.
Ale* Oordo* marl* th* Douglas Ilk*
trip tarlier in th* week.
Th* Nioolt Portable iswmill company
are piling up tht lumber tt tht tatting on
Jack Wilson's rsnsh.
Th* pil* driver will likely be tt Ten
mile oreek ot Sundsy nut.
An eitrt (ing haa heen put nn cement
w'.-k at Petit ereek to rueb the j*h at
the ballast train it making faster pmgns*
than sis anticipated.
Many mtn who wen railroading it tht
Ttlley list fill havt returned from their
winter quartan ready ind willing to push
tonatruction ahead.
$2 a Year
SUNSHINE VALLEY
A OORRNSPONDHNT WKITH8 OF ITS
POSSIBILITII.-.
Tall* of tb* Resource* of Nioola Val
ley It* Ranching and Da'ryfng Interests,  and Itt   Mine*
A Huntere Paradli*.
Athletic Olub for Coutlee.
A well attended meeting of the residents in th* lowtr end of the .tllsy wit
held tt Coutl** on Friday afternoon, H.
I). Oretn-Armytege in tha chair, 8. J.
Solnman acting tt secretary,
Mr. Armytage in a brief ipsech ititid
for what purpose the meeting had heen
called. That the general feeling of thos*
present showed that an athletic club ess
required in or neir O'-u'lee, wis tvident
from the disouation which f>>llowtd.
Messrs Armytage, Kicharda tnd 8nlo-
msn were enp in'ed t cotnmirte to enquire into the possibility nf the dob
acquiring sii or teem acres "f land suit
���hie for an athletic ground, and on whtt
terms, md ilsnln approach reaiden'a aid
othtl- interested with t view to obtaining s) large membership and the nsnssary
funds Tht meeting adjourned and will
meef shortly lo receive report of th* committee.
A surprise party visited Clover ranch
iht reiidan.e of A. Q. Collett Ittt night.
Everybody hid i good tim* tnd dtnoing
wu k*pt op till a lata hoar.
Jtuie*  Chtntll   return,   from Ktmloopt on Mondty evening.
i W*<1 ding Ball* tn Utah.
At Salt Lake City, Utah, on Tuesday
eiening March 20th, at 8:30 p. m., a very
quiet tnd pretty wedding wu solemnized
st the Kirst M. E. Church ptrionsga, the
Rer. Dr. Weeks officiating, when Miu
Elizabeth Victoria Scott, fourth daughter
nf Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scott of Rook-
ford, R. C, hecam* the bride of John T,
Driaonll nf Denver, Colo. The bride,
who wu very beautifully attirtd wat ss
listed hy htr fritnd, Miss Violet Bruce
md H. W, Mtrtin did the honors for the
g oom.
The hippy young couple wtr* th* re-
cipient* of mtny hindsom* presents ind
tht hearty congratulations of their many
friendi who hold them in high esteem.
Mr. tnd Mn. Driicoll contemplate t
visit tn Kamloopt tnd Rookford in Aug.
list, hut will reside permanently io Salt
Lake City.
Quilchena Heme.
Pithing ii very good tt Quilchete ind
tht apeekled betutit* sre bting captured
in larg* strings
John Minuea, trtiit, is busily engaged
renovating th* hotel bus and other Teh
if lei for the accommodation of tbe gueiti
it the Quilehent Hotel.
Tbt row botlt tt the Qailehent host
home trt being overhauled and will toon
ba ready for tb* summer tnd*.
Th* following wtr* gueiti tt the Quit-
oSiiii Hotel thu week: J. Burnt, Pen
tioton; W. M Lauder, Springbank ranch;
Vi. Mc Neil, Aipen .'(.rovi; J. Christitn,
Oeo. McGuthrii, Ktmloopt; R B. Smith,
Ditmond Val*; J, M. Kobinson, Sum-
rnerlind, T. J. Smith, Vancouver, J. K.
Bit*, Mn. J. A. Hinshtw, Aspen Grose;
J. H. totter, /mm Opp*nh*im*r, Colin
C. Brown, Vinaogetr.
Tht word "booster" is an evil looking
tnd ivil munding on*���yet it hu come to
slav, in ita original tins* it meant the
elaborate embroidery that often edgts
truth.   Anywsy, what's in t marl
Tht prtatnl mission of Tht Nicolt
Herald is to tell the world at large of tht
glorioui prospect which lies hid imong
the mountains of Nioola,
To tell of the thouitndi of rattle thtt
wu fit ti they roam over the limitless
pasture which oar ranges afford�����f the
band of horses which have made Nioolt
famnua throughout the lengihand breadth
of tht vast domain of Canada.
To let all men know, that, .Ithough at
present our flocks of ihtep ire small, the
Nicola Valley sends tht hnest mutton to
mirket end the silkiest wool to the loom.
To tell thoee interested in fruit���large nr
���mill���thtt fruit can be r*istd iu the
Nioolt Valley equal with mure favored
districts. W* cm raise ceretls thtt almost grsde No. 1, for the writer has in
hit possession lainplee of wheat grown at
to tltitude of eight hundred and fifty
feet above the valley. Again the writer
ii in t potition to slate that many of our
local farmers hare discarded Northwest.
seed grim, giving the preference tu the
valley grown ited which it brighter aud
oleaner than that imported from the ter- j
ritoriet,
Dairying in the valley itytt in trabryo
due almost solely Io   lack of   population   j
and transport; what butter is now produced has almoct driven outside competi-
'in from the valley.
Tha number of timber linn's stain d
during tht put two yttri beers ample
evidence of the quility aud quautity of
lumbar available and both uur local
sawmills do t roaring trade,
We havt uo mineral output at present
but thtt ii due to lack of ehuap transportation���not because we lack the goods-
go where you will, cupper, iron and tha
like outcrop every where.
Colli   Yes, lot's of  it���but  not tha
shoddy vtritty which naturt hu s ��a  I
broadcait throughout this vast province���
Nicola coll ii is good cotl ti my mined
tnd betttr thin molt.
The ihovt mentnned are our thief
commercial useta���atsets which til can
lie tnd touch, and which, wt h��pe, will
induce an inrush of population.
Now we can -oniidi'iitii turn to the
pleasurei of our valley. We oan tell tht
hun er thtt here hi wi.l hud btir, pan-
ther, lyiu. wild ci', timber wolf tnd
coyote, each one of whom will tist to tbt
utmoit hii skill, cunning tnd coungt.
Fur game we can show dear, grouse.
duck tnd prairie chicken.
Uur lakes, riven and itrtimi teem
with edible fish of high quality���our ir >ut
ia particular will test his skill with rod
tnd fly.
Within t few short wuki thot* wbo
leek our valley, bt they on eomm-ree or
pleuure, will be able to oome to ui com
fortsbly ensconced in pullman or tourist
car���htlcyou dtyi of which our old timen
dreamt thirty years agon*.
VIOTORrA  DAT.
Nicola Athletic Association Will Raw*
Charge of the Celebration.
Arrangement m being mtdt for t mon.
ster celebration in Nicolt on the 24th of
May, under the tuspicti of th* Nicolt
Athletic Asaoeiatioa. Besidea athletic
sports there will he horse racing tod lb*
gymkhtnt. Evtryont should endetror
to makt th* celebration the best of lit
kind. There art bound to h* mtny
ttrangrrs in our midst it that dttt tnd
the celebration must he e snecess. ss it
will help to advertise the valley as nothing (1st could.
CHANGE CARS
FOR NICOLA
LOCAL NEWS.
Henry   Murk    and  wife    will   Issti
ihottly for Vernon.
ABOVE  WILL SOON   BE
HEARD AT SPENCES
BRIDGE
The Misses Lyall* of Princeton in tha
guests of Mr. snd Mn. A. E. Howutt
"Pinehunt.''
T, R. Hardiman and Mis* Mahtl Hardiman of Cauiord Manor wtre in Nicolt
on Wednesday.
Frank Lambert commenced the con*
itructmn ot his building ou tht Winny
townsite yesterday.
Rev. W, tinner will have evening
prayer service at the school house. Allien
Orovt, en Sunday afternoon at It o'clock.
The residence of Joseph Mtrahall it
Fork-dile ia rapidly nearirg completion
and will be ready for occupancy shortly.
Si. loti were sold in the Winny town-
lite this week and it is understood buildings will be irec'ed shortly on eome of
the lot*.
Dr, Tutill had hit first taste of the honors of tha bench on Monday, when tha
etse of supplying liquor to an Indian wu
dismissed.
S. .). Bate and R. ,1. Armstrong ara in
town today from Asjien Ornve. Mr,
Armstrong cnntiuipUtes , trip to hit
home it Faremens khortle.
Mrs. Pooley nf Tamerton ranch gave t
farewell lunchtnn to Rev. O. tnd Mrs
Mas on on Tuesday, Rev, J. tnd Mn.
Pre snd Rev. W. IJovier hung tbt other
guests.
MIDWAY-VERNON BONUS.
Tha Douglu Lakt Ctttlt Company are
said to hart put their eiteotive ltnd
huldingt tnd cattle business u t going
concern ou tht mtrktt in London, Kng.
In the matter of the Midway
and Vernon railway subsidy,
Chief Justice Hunter rendered
his decision last Wednesday
afternoon. The chief justice
found that work did actually
commence before the expiration of the company's charter
by the employment of several
men, and he accordingly holds
that the railway company did
comply with the conditions imposed in their charter.
The decision handed down
means that thousands of dollars worth o( accounts will now
be paid forthwith and that rail
way construction work will be
started shortly.
Activity Along Grade, the
Bridge Gangs Being Duplicated.���H. J. Cambie
Makes Preliminary Examination of Route.���Await
Decision to Build to Princeton This Summer.
The Nicola Herald ha*
every reason to believe thai
construction will, ere long, start
up again There is considerable activity on the grade below I ower Nicola, the cement
gangs on all the bridges have
been, or will be shortly duplicated-
This activity is mainly due
to a desire to complete the
bridge piers before high water,
but we are informed that the
road will be graded to Nicola
early this summer.
The contractor has informed
merchants and wholesale men
that freight would be hauled
after May ist-
H. J. Cambie with his lieutenant R. W. Bainbridgc, have
made a personal survey of the
completed grade this week evidently with the idea of completing the track preparatory
to fifther construction.
Messrs   .tab-, and Bain-
bridge passed through Nicola
yesterday   on    their   way   to
Aspen   Grove   via Quilchena
creek on a preliminary examination of the proposed route to
Princeton.   A further examination   of the route southward
will be made by Mr. Cambie
later on.   On his report subject of course to the recom
mendations of General Super
intendent Marpole, Sir Thomas
Shaughnessy will decide upon
his    return  from     England,
whether or not the line now
under construction to Nicola
will be continued this year to
Princeton. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
e-tllihed Brtrj ThiLredtjr
��� -beerlytlon, ln Advance, ta aTear
��� s-_^c^_e��-r��-r��-r_wr__riea-��-r__r��<r_-��
Nioou, EC. AikilS. IMS
SPECIAL EDITION.
Now that the Valley is taking active steps to place its attractions before the people of
the province and the outside
world to whom the Nicola Valley is practically a terra inc >g-
nita, ihe publisher of Tht Nicola Herald has decided to further the scheme by the issue of
a special pamphlet setting forth
the advantages of the valley
from a hygienic and climatic
as well as a commercial standpoint. This pamphlet will also
contain information regarding
the various sections-of the val
ley, their advantages from a
fanning, ranching and dairying
standpoint and full particulars
regarding the mineral resources
of the district in general. It
is the intention of the publisher
to send a supply to the various
boards of trade and tourist associations throughout the prov
ince and to the different emigration offices in the United
States and the Old Country.
Application for advertising
space should be madeat onceto
the publisher The Nicola Herald.
MINING DIVISION.
That Nicola Valley and district should be made a separate mining division is becoming more evident every day.
This district practically receives
no credit in the mining reports
for its rich mineral resources,
the returns being made under
the mining divisions of Kamloops and Similkameen lying
to the north and south respectively. Under present circumstances it is almost impossible
to get particulars of crown
granted mineral claims, without
sending away, a process which
takes time and is the cause of
much trouble and annoyance.
Our government agent with
his usual courtesy does his best
to furnish all the information
in his power, but owing to the
fact that Nicola is only sub-
office, he is compelled to obtain the information required
from another office. The mining business transacted and the
importance of this district is
such that it should be made
into a mining division by itself.
The attention of the govern
ment has been drawn to the
claims of this district to be classed as a separate mining division and it is hoped before long
that Nicola Valley and district
as a mining division will be an
accomplished fact.
MOTH
BAGS
Moth Bag* ar* moil convenient in protecting cloth
tog from moths. Thty
have tn tdrtnttgt our
otbtr moth prtvintiru of
oot imputing t strong
odor to tht clolhiog, dm
.iiititing tomplttt tiring
befort willing. Simply
place thi clothing In the
bag and close, pick bag
with tht clothing In it.
Moth btgi tr* in verl-
ous litu to tuit diffirtnt
gain-ante. Wa hire ill
tins.
MALLERY DRUG GO
-IMITIO
KAMLOOPS,    :      :   B. C.
����_>-_>��_> t--_y_> ���_y__v*>l>-.-*_>���
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR
"Kurtz's Own"
"Kurtz's Pioneers"
"Spanish Blosson..."
UNION MADI. OIGARS
KURTZ'S PIONEER CIGAR FACTORY
148 Cordova St W.
VANCOUVER B 0.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
8010  WMtmlntter Rotd
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
Httdquartan for
PACl^C COAST (.ROWS
Garden, Flowir ltd Fit-Id Scuds.
Mew cmp now in stock and oi test in
i'Ur_r>'etihnui>ai. Ask your merchant fnr
them In sealed packages. If he don not
handle them, we will mail 60 eamrted
6j ptckagi-s of vegetable and II .wer seeds
(iur own s-lfciinii, suitable fnr B. 0. garden") for 111-9, Special prices in your
bulk seeds,
B. V. Drown Work  wt Fruit  ��_d
OruBiurutal Tree*.
Now ready for spring shipment.   Kitra
nice ttock of���
I and 3 year nlrl apple it ee, st 1-0 per 100
11.0 ner nil..
Maynar- Plum f! 00
1 alien I'rune. _)e_r fine 125 per M
rJ-tfsr Plum I veer, hue $-0 per 100
Full list nf other stuck At regular prioes
No tipense, luxe nr delay nf  immigration
or itiapectinn.
Greenhouse Plants, Floral Work, P.* Sop-
plies, fruit I'a. Uses, Fertilisers, etc.
Let me price y<<ur lilt before ordering.
Catalogue Frr*
SOU Westminster Road,
M. i  HFNRT,
VtNOOO.IH, 8.C
NOTICE.
Estate of John Corbett,
Deceased.
l-IMOKR-l will he receive, bv the under
llgned executors et tbe estate of the let6
John Corbett, in es���i. up tn 12 o'clock noon,
Friday. J ne 15'b, 190., for the pnrrhase of the
east half Heeiion 15, township 91. oo theilalns
about three miles west of Mcola, containing
IM acres more or lets.
TKItMrt CASH.
Dated tt Nioola, R C, March 17. I9N.
A, R CAHKINUTON,
N. J. H. il All IV It K.
l-ecutora of tht Estate of tha late Joha
Corbett.
Stbearibe for tbe Herald. 11 per ye*
NIOOLA A88I88MINT DISTRICT
TAX NOTICE
NOTICE li hereby given la accordance with
the .Statutes, that Provincial Revenue Tax and
all asset*-- lan�� ted Income tax IS���I and
levied ttder Ihe Asws��meet Act and amendments, are now due aud payable for the year
Hut. All taxes Oollealable for the Nicola assessment district era due and pa>able at my office,
situate at Mcola This notice, la terms of law
is equivalent to a petwinal demand b) M *JM
ill persona liable for laxes.
UKO.   MURRAY.
Asses-or and Collector,
Nicola A--.���'-.rut-nt District.
Nicola Post Otter
Dated at Mcola .the' Pal I Wt, 1M.
I IlltlS.  Ol   I llr.Tr
A. Rf   -.  I,.i.d>_.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
J-iniloups, H. I'.
���jatya ,,i,l ai.-l:.-r�� ot Ores, Coal aad It
d i r..-.uite.
eaniple. by mall or stage reoeivs tt-aspt
att-ntloo.
-A_ O-  F.
COURT NKOI.A, No. W3I. A.O. T.. Beets
second and fourth Frdu. in each month
at I pin. in Pooley a Hall. Visiting brethren
cordially inviled.
N. J. H-Kwick, C. R
W. IjoHlmN Mi'MUT, 8m.
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker, Jeweler
KAML-XIPS, B- 0.
All kindi of  Watchei, Clocks, Jewelry,
etc., kept in stock.   Wedding pre*
enti t specially.
First cUsa repairs dnnt on ihort notice
and r*turn*d at mice
Notice.
Not ic* is hereby given lhat todays after date
I inlend to apply to the Hon. the chief oom-
mi.sloner of Lands and Works for p.rinlselon
tn purchase H.i ai-rei. i-f pasture land -I uaied
on Vogln creek, in the Nicola Division nf Yale
Di-trnt, situa ed as foil it. oommeocing ate
l.oat marked J. I) H. south easi oorner. planted
about two miles and a half up \ngbi i-reri-.
snd about 40 eh-ina wtMfrom Thomps nstand
theme running ��e��t 40 chains, 'hence north
40ehama. ii.cure Ka-t 40(hains, thence Booth
40 chains to point of coiimieiicement oonteini'ig
an area of 100 acres mora or less.
JAMES C. ���allim im.
rVbuarv 13th IKS.
NOTICE
Sixty days after date I Intend to apply to the
ohl.f commissioner uf lands and work, for per-
mlaslon to pur base lOacesof mountain paet-
ture land situated la Ar-pen Uiove, described
as follows: commencing ate post marked I
Ban wooo's N VV. corns' ihence south 20 chains
i hence east 20 chains, thence north SO chains,
thence west _u i hains lo Initial post.
iHAAtl KA.TWOOD
A-pen Grove 71 h March, 110-,
NOTICB.
Notice la bsrsby given that witklt stity
days after date I inland u> apply te tne
chief i on.mi- .oner nf lauds and works for par-
nii.slon o p rclia-i'.'S1 seres of pa-t nre land ia
Ibe Mcola ill 1 ion of Yale Disliul, situate" as
ful'o--. >oniimncing at a stake al the N. K.
comer of lot 11_3 mnuog nor! I 40 chains thence
westlOcha'ns, th.-ncs sou'h 411 chaiua, thence
real 40 chaiua. containing I60a"ies: alio torn
mem-nig a' the .-*. k, corner of lot 715 thence
we-i 40 < halna, ihenee soulh 10 chains, thenoe
eaat in cli ons .lience -mi h 40 chains thenoe
east 10rhaina, thence norih In ehalna, thenoe
ea-t 201 hains thence i.rl 20 chains, con'eiu
ing 10 ac es. J A M h,_ COHHRTT.
Nico1-, March 7, ISO.
NOTICE.
Hlxty days after date I intend to apply to the
chief >-omuiim-ioncr uf landa and oorki, for permission In purchase __n aires of tuounlain pae-
ture commencing at a poal at north aa est. sorter
nf lot 205, iin-net norih 10 iham-. thenoe cast
tweniy chain.. Ihence north forty rhalns,
thi nee east, twenty chains, thence south forty
chains, their*- wes tweniy chains, ihen.e
south furty challa, ikswsgt ��i��i twenty i litis*
lo point of eouuienremeat.
A>-pen Grots. March '-.'-. 1006.
W. A. DODD8.
KTAILISHF-D \m
PRiNorrotr
-ll'<)___.
"WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW"
SUNSHINE VALLEY STORE
HATS.-Ladies,' Children's. Men's and
Boy's Hats, the latest Styles and Novelties from the Centre of Fashion.
WALL PAPER in every conceivable
Style and Pattern at Vancouver Prices.
SEE  OUR   STOCK  OF   TENNIS   SHOES
ONLY ONE DOLLAR A PAIR.
BUYIYOUR GARDEN SEEDS
FROM US ���
Thty trt ill tested md guaranteed to (row.
OUR RAKES AND HOE8- All itrong md  light,  soroetbtog thtt
mak��i work a pleasure.
Otrlotd of Goodi toon tn arrive over the Nicolt Valley Rtilwty.
WATCH OUR AD8.
iT
NICOLA
PRINCKTON
METROPOLITAN
HEAT MARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, VejJ, Pork
and Sausage
Ordtn throughout tht District receive careful attention tnd prompt   dtlirtry
Fresh Fish Every Friday.
JANE*   PiM-LKT ��� .,.     .     .       Proprietor
NICOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL���
Ii prepared to take contract! for
Mating lumber and getting "lit
timber.
Urwrral Mill �� entr.a-t* Kst.atC-1
PRICI8 MOD-HUTI
PtrtiM wishing work can have earns
pri-usptly itttnded to by tpplying to
F. D. WOODWARD,
Nicolt, B. a
L**r*yoar order* with N. J, Berwick,
'or lumber who ii igtnt for th* Nleoli
Port!bit Hteeui Saw Mill hi WO helpyo*
pita oat ta ordu.
STBwA r*.T'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
W lil litis
also  General Livery
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. 0.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every Thursday lor Mcola Lake, Kamloopi,
Princeton and way points at 6 a. m.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 __m.
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday for Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
tvery 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. STKWART,    -    -    Proprietro
JOB WORK
JOB WORK THE   NICOLA   HHRALD
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A. R. CARRINGTON, AGENT THE   NICOLA   HERALD
B. C. M-VING PR0PKRTIE8.
���   -UniriK le Now on a Solid Basis Id Thia
Province.
It ii tot io very Imiu ago to mention
British Columbia minim! prnOtltIM to in
veetors would hav. linen to actre them.
But a great change hat taken place recently.    Fasten,   'iii.iii' ,-ra  srs nn? not
miy op*n :" i> -ii to ptrtitnltn sot-Ufa-
Ui_   DKNaitiag   mineral   cla.uiK, hut  sre
actually tag in   ih.-iii        N ���
doabt the , . ting nf  the (Iran
b]t smelter has hi I Bath to do witb this
���kaag* "f opini n, for diridtadi
loii'ler ihta arordt or i good showing f
a-iflersl iii place. An I a��h.��� ri ��e toaslHer
that aa lAtaft h.a taken place III the
values of the different nun-r.
but thst thiy trt tlin saait today i
limp, It  __l.lt,  It think.
be   eoottded   that   the  real cause of the
tn ml le ��i�� the uur.-aa ni'ii. Ilgi mi
iavttl Kef' re the heel methi di i f rilract*
IHK tbi I . i '     MB 'illy ITnverl.
This, as uii.ht lie *I|-tCt*d, while the
lagerni'SS to invest eiiciiiri_i'il tht llott
thin of all kiinls uf "illicit SC-*_j*t. Now
that iii h I--     ti n ��� pared aa-ay
ami the real ral It f tha mineral deposits
of lhe Ufovino* ilenc ii.'ra'nl, ''' r* is
every indication ol a long period of pros-
pertly ahead.
Jim Hills Plans.
A deipitah from  N * York itttet  ha'
James.I. Hill't plans include the eipe
.Hurt ���f 14.800.000 oi V  V I I
tad the Washington and Oreal NortherB
hiiililin. j 'intly the line" tor M tht Hrit
ish (,'iiliiiiilna border from Washington
Vina is luppoieai tn in- Itrgely a c a
propotition, Another liratich line iii the
same r untrr, n I fel t'e.im, will ooal
atmut $1 200.0011
C. P. R Summer Servloe.
T'io   urn i er   l mh ���    rans tontinen a
iirvice between V "c 'I-''   nd M i 'twill  He  iniii_iiri    i OP   H    ii
May f> h, or   a   month  earlier  than last
year      T'i ���
It is |ir i'S  S   V
ton.
ad V
in the sane date,
Nicola Valley Clydesdale Horse
Association
Imported Clydesdale Stallion
" ROSE EMPEROR"
(11883)11801   .
SEASON FROM 1st MAY TO 31st JULY
���HI   TRAVEL   DURING!   SEASON   AS   FOLLOWS
Mondays, Tuesdays ind Saturdays at Nicola
Wednesday noon and Friday noon at Coutlee.
Wednesday night and Thursday at Lower Nicola
Service Fee $30 for Season including pasturage
JOHN BLACKWELL,
Man.i
ger.
T
A
TH
THE
Otmngten's Silt I        sals the he.-
iVK'i  ti i             no rk<        It  ii a fiat
ran_e pek ��', s III "i   tea.    No
I
olli h
Thin I   ii'i n I   'o apal]   'o
ihecii' roon f landa a id a
i ��� i oal on Ihe following
l�� rill   ""   the k. w.  :. 'he   ���
��� nf the v w  ;. the ��. ��'. |,
the h, y ���'���  | of he vi.
1. tl) of Meet Ion I, TBI r.   A, JUKK8,
Nicola tod spt 1  WO*.
Mini �����,
Thirty rtaya tfttr 'I ce I Intend to i|
,h* ' hii f ci   m i ""'- and en
alici-n-c lo proa i     fo    n I over the I ill iwli x
��� 'I are*, i ll     w j of   te   -   ��
.     "f tne s  w Jot mc Ion I
Mcola, -ml April. IS-8 A   ��. v., JUKK-,
IN THE81 l'KI.\11.- <)! |_r.>K lilUT
1HII COLUMBIA.
In I'm   , e
.KilIN CORBETT,
I '.-.I,
\   ��� 'i  tint   all   i ���
htt iri(|   ny '
I   I it n
Oorbt t   lal ,: 'J "'
I . seed    ��ho died    I
- ! '     lt*ts_t.  in i tho* Bill
i    ���   l:     - ry    n  the
Mth   l! iV     *   r '  ''"')   ItvOB,   hf -��l or
"laon   Ctrrii .������ 'I    iinl   N ithtn el
,,ii    Henry   Bar��io_   I hi   Hi
-herein   name 1   trt   h "���' v rtquil
'
or (loiiiiinls duly   mill, .  to  the   minor
.jnui-il -ilieiii f' ' thi
tore the  lira-  dty nf  May, 1906 il
the underiiieiiti"iiid   . .ilr.��~, after which
Ittt lie-   sail   11 Baton will   prnci'.-. i
j,HIr it of 'he aaid deceit, d
amonijat the ptt-vM I 'titled thereto hs��
inn regard only to the claim* and di mantis
if which they -'isll then have had t
snd th* did txteoton will nnt be liable
���M  ,���,. , k, ts of th* Iti I dtot___d or any
part there f 10 dittr-beted  to anv pen n
ir persona of abota cliimi ot dlB-iadl
���hey shall not then have had notire.
[>-ttdtii.H K'h davof March. 1906
JOHN lv BWAN80N,
Kit-loops. I1 C.
Solicitor for the said Kxecuton.
NICOLA HERALD
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
THE NORRIS SAFE 8 LOCK CO
SEATTLE, WASH,
Frank G. Benson,
Agent
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Subscribe for the .Local Paper
Gives all the news of Nicola Valley and
the country in general. Everyone in the
valley should subscribe for The Nicola
Herald, the local paper.
An Ad* Pays*   Try ft.
An Ad. in The Nicola Herald will bring
good results. Business firms wishing
space should secure it at once and get
their share of patronage.
Everything in the Printing Line
New Type and Best Stationery
A full stock of Letterheads, Billheads,
Envelopes, Business and Visiting Cards,
and . everything in the printing lice. All
work promptly attended to.
The Nicola Herald
NICOLA, B. C
telephone No. 7.
Main Street
Hicks 6. Lovick
Piano Company
Limited.
Pianos in Stock
Mason  & Risch, Weber, Steck,
The Pianola Piano, The Pianola
663 Granville Sthei,^Vancouver,
88 Government Street, Victoria. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
FORKSDALB.
Will Boon b* th* Centre of Much AetlY-
Ity and Business Bnterpiia*.
It becomes more evident every dty
tbtt Fork-dtle will soon be the centre of
much totivity tnd bosineai interprise.
Enquiries with regard to tht n't are
many, tnd lortl capital ii 6uding in it t
pn.h.able inveelment. While it ii rither
ttrly yet to prophecy, we mty ity thtt
negotiationi trt proceeding! whieh msy
make Kor.idalt ont of tht busiest towns
in the province. Lying ei it does in the
centre of the Inert Coking coal district in
the province, it haa tduntsgis which
teen tht most rabid of pessimists must
admit of, and ss t centre for tht variout
copper mining camps in the vicinity,
Forksdale hai no rival. Further tht
grading of tha railroad through Forks-
dale ii tn itart neit week, and it ia ei-
pecled that traini will he running through
on Mty 1st.
Natal Ministry Rtalgnt.
The Natal ministry hai naigned be.
cause Ihe Home Onvernnient su.penii.d
the death aentencea on twelve nati.et
who murdered i policeman during tht re
tent rising. The Conservative papers
tre loud in their denunciation of Rami, r-
man government's action, but the Liberal
prist claims the Colonial office has full
eonttitutional rights to exercise the veto
In such mitten.
Miner* Strike.
A despatch from Minneapolis says .
strike of tbout iii thnoaand coal miners
would he declared on April 1st, as the
joint confers ore of operators and miners
adjourned without reaching an agreement.
Premier Laurier told i depotation of
the Lord't Day Alliance and Tradea and
Labor Congress that they must endeavor
to reach an atreement with the religions
lects who object tn the proposed Sunday
legislation in order to meet ths religious
scruples of these bodies ihout the obier-
mice of Sunday as a day of rest.
Advice* from Nt* Orleani slit* thit
Isaac Opptnheimer, hrothtr of the lite
David Oppenheimer, former mayor of
Vancouver, and one of Vancouver's most
pthlio ipirittd early citir.ent, ii lying
dtngerously ill then.
A dttpatch from Victoria announces
tbe serious illness uf George Forbes Ver
aon, t former chirf commissioner of lands
tnd works.    The trouble ia pneumonia.
Carrington'* Golden Leaf tea 'is tht
very finest flowery onnge pekoe. Im*
ported tnd packed especially for us. It
ibsnltitely the finest tta on the marktt
10 eentt a pound.
NOTICE.
To All Whom it Mxy Concbrm:
NEWTON GRANGE
LOWER NICOLA.
Take notice that on and after thia date
ill cattle the property of the undersigned
will bt brtnded N 0. on left hip.
Dated 22nd day of March, 1906.
ll-lu'I -V  BOMTHRONK,
0. L. Flick, Agent.
ITOTICE.
A lining of the County Court ��f Vale,
will bo held in the Court House, Nicola,
B. C, on
Monday, 21st May 1906
at 10 a. ns.
(Jan.  Mumui,
0. C. Registrar
JOHN C. ADAIR
MININSENJJNEERCOAL&OILEIPEhT
Is prepared to examine coal
properties and furnish reports on same. Terms to
suit all.    Nicola, B. C.
UNDERTAKING
j. r. McGregor
Lowtr Nicolt, B. 0.
UNDERTAKING
NOTICE
To Ail Whom it Miy Conc-rh:
I have this day taken poa-ensioii of th*
following described lands, L t 168. (irouu
1, Kamloops Division of Yale niainct, on
behalf of Henry Woodward hy authority
of a deed sinned by W. K. Wnod��ard
which conveys the crown _rant of afore
mentioned lot to Henry Woodward without any reservation whatsoever.
Dated this ]9'h day of Much   1-06, tt
Lower Nicola, B C
0. L. FuuK,
Agent for Henry W, ..i-nrd.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Grading contracts to let for the whole
or any part of eight miles of the Knott
Bay Central Railway south from Golden.
Applicants to he prepared to place equipment on the gr und and start work iru
mediately,     Apply
B. C. GENERAL CONTRACT CO., LTD,
VANiOI'VER
NOTICK
Notice Is herebv given that within fin _avs
from ders I intend making application to the
honorable ohlet o��mniWloner of lands and
works fnr permission lo i rcha-e 18 area of
pa-ture land ln tne Kam oops Hlvielon of Ya e
niatrct situated as follow-: commencing at a
stake at Ihe s vv corner of lot 1137,111, running
thence nnrth _n.1_ cnalns. thence west, 0 51.
chains, south an Itt chains, i hence east 30 511
chains to point of commencement.
March ir. 1-06 J  H Oatavtg,
NOTICK.
Notice Is hereby given thtt within 60days
from date I Intend making application loth*
h ni. chief com la-l'inerof lands and works for
p'iniisaion t" porchase ___ acres nf oaaiure
land In the Kamloopa diviaien of Yale district
situated aa follows: commrmhig at . stake at
the 8 vv corner of lhe land 1(0 i haina oueetst.
of lhe n I comer of I. 483 H I, running 'hence
ea^t 40'h.ii'S. the ce norih 80 chaine. thence
weat (0chain . theme south80 chain- to point
of cm mencemant.
March 17.1-Oft Oto. Bent.
NOTICE.
Notice Ib herehy given that, wlihln nil*) days
from dale 1 intend making tpaUcatioa t-_ke
hon. chief commls inner of land- and works for
fieron- mil ��� inn e^a-e III acres of Pasture Ted
n the Kamloopa di vi inn of Yale diarn r, _���_���
tied as follow-: commencing a' a slake tt the
N k comei nl I nt Ut), (} |, running thenct
north 10 chains, tho.ee west in o i >ln-, tnence
south 10 chains, tht MB ea-t 40 chains to the
Koim of coniimui e.oent. W. I). v, _rd.
Is       I" l��vl_	
MOll   K.
Kotlce Is hereby given *..,.! within till) dar-
f  jai   .     es    making application I   ths
hin rhie! i. iiia-lnner of la, il-and - oik. for
ie rmiasi' to inircha-e 40 aens of ps ture
Uid In th K oi loop-Min ion nt I a'- -ns rei.
--i.,aio,i n- t ��� 1 w-: commencing st .. ��� I > tt
iheBK crn. i of l>'t 702 O i nn" thenoe
east ll clinm. ihenCJ north .n chains, thenoe
������at  JO i inni-. 'hence sou11  JO chains loth
point   ,i ciiiiiii, Oi ei'ient
\ irch 17,1906. C. W . K. Thomson.
(Ji)eq(iallcd as a
S_iii.__ter Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
8. KIRBY, Proprietor
QUILCHIr.A, B. 0.
THB PLACW TO BUT TOUR
BMO-UMO GOODS IS AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CICAR& TOBACCO STORE
KAMIiUOPM
Poll itoek nf Dnmtt'lc and lratorted Cigars
and th* ta-ai -rnokioir Uihereo alwa) s oa hand
Drop In and enjoy aq list game of miliaria
Agent for Ike Pioneer Htemm l��on..;. Yuoou
ver.   Laundry shlpetd ever; -a urdsv.
IIM'II IA
]k*ONTUK..I, IMTKI.. Kamlnops. Ntnoleon
L*x 1/atreniouilie. prourletor First i-Uts In
rveiv panlcular. liuod wines, l.iquoi. aad
cigars.  8labling It emus, i mi
V-AMI-OOI'ia H'lt'HIt, P. Herod, proprietor.
x*- Hesi stock f wnea, llquos end clgara In
ihe Interior. Jn-t lhe spo' fora nice.oolre
fii-iong .la-- nf beer. vVli__ Iu Kemloups
___)in
GRAND PACirir HOTKU Kamloops.   The
nearest h-iel to Ihe rail* i) slatloa.    The
nnlv envnenient hotel  for  travelers.     Onod
rooms, good 'anle, _ond liquors      I wo large
sample rooms.   I'. A. Hariititrr, prourletor.
Uood staDling In . mni-i-tinn
A -WHOsT HOTEL Themrwi convenient
** ho el for visiioi-in A-herofi. The b>--t of
t-btebosr-. Hot MM cold ba'ha uurre-m-
���mauve meets all iralns. John-mifc IVrklim.
proprlep.rs.
������lop Ml the-
ROCKFORD HOUSE
I.iihi'. Scott, Pro|in, r. r
When   traveling   mi   id,. Nicola mail
0 nvenlen' plaie lor trav.-ler-, witligooi
aceiimilllidali. II.
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Hum 8h'ielog a   "[leilaltv
NICOLA HKK, B C
-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 PR-SIDHINT:
EL Hon. Lord Htitl-oont and Mount Rojnl. O O IL O.
PR-WIDEN' Sir 0*o. A. Drummond. K O. M 0.
V.OB PR18IDINT ANDOBNKRAI. MANAGER.        B. I. OLOUBTOM
Head Office���Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from   $1.00  and  upwards,
credited twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Interest
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
BANKING BY MAIL
Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail.     Out of
town accounts receive every attention.
NiCOIiA   BRANCH
A.W. STRICKLAND,
Manager
WHY NOT
A PIECE OF THE EARTH?
FnrLrcHfl Ip *8 8ituate(*near tne junction of the Nicola
Fill IxMJalC aru} Coldwater rivers with the railroad grade
withi i one mile of it and the survey to the town limits It will
be tne centre of the finest mining district in British Columbia.
You Cannot do Better
BUY A LOT IN
CENTRE OF THE COAL BELT OF NICOLA
thire are STILL a feu acre lots FOR S\l__
AND WH ARE MONEY MAKERS
Good B.isiness aud Res dential Lots May Stili be had 50 ft. x 120 ft
PRICE $50 CASH.-Terms May be Arranged.
Pf_f*W h\(\f\ Ip *^ kQ the supply point for the well known
FUllV-MJ-lIC mining camps of Aspen Grove, Iron
Mountain, Ten Mile and the Coldwater, where many properties are being developed.
Fall particulars, prices, etc., on application to
G. M. BRASH,
Sole Agent THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NEWS
Dr   Shttr ol   Car-erry, Man , ��a�� tt
Cu* let lut ��ttk.
C Abcnt* ol th* torver party "aa in
CWttM Stturdty.
M  DI tion of tha Colda-tttr ss.;. -o wit
in Nicola oo Monday.
Capt. aod Mrs Fuck of Lowtr Moolt
wtrt in Nicolt yetterdty.
J. f. Murray left  ytattrdty for Aipen
���irovt where ht will iptnd torn* timt.
Mr. and Mrt. J.��. R. A. Rlobtrdt
���( Coutl** were visitors to Nitolt on
Tuesday.
Wo Strtehta who hai heen tasployed
with tht Stewart atagt lint left tkll wtek
for Victorit.
Wm. VofV of Fnrktdtlt waa in Nicolt
Monday. He it very enthusiastic of tht
futurt of Forkadalt
W A. Doddt tnd R. C. Otmphtll
Johnson nf Aspen (!mv* wtrt in Nioolt
for t ftw dtyt thit wetk
W. McNeill of Asp*n (.rove it In town
thi* w��*k. H* is iliihtly crlpole- owinf
to hit horn filling on hit foot.
Mrs. FUck nf L"��*r N'cnla, Mra. and
Min Hardiatn tnd Mr. flsineof C��__Ford
wert visitor* In Cou It* on Sunday.
M. W. Sutcliffe Itft Cnutltl OO Sstnr
dty tnd htt (nnt tn Ten Milt Gamp to
look tfttr hit mining in'.'teti tbtrt.
Hon. Edgtr Dewdney and Hiltnn
Keith hart formed a partnership, by
which th* firm will establish t geitrtl
briktrtft buaineti it Victorit.
Wm. Murrty nf Lnwtr Nitolt wtt Is
Sic dt thit week. Ht will Ittt* fnr
Aiptn Omve thortly iu enotlnut develop.
ment w*rk on imntral properties in
which h* ia im*r*sted
A. K. McLean who hu r inducted tht
delitittttttn ttort tl Kamloopt, Uai wttk
ditpnud of hi* hasinee*. " Antua" kept
the nest and hia many fritndi enngrttn-
Ittt him on hit aucctttftl h .ilotM career.
Stockn-tttrt Attention I
We htvt received s c>usi_nm*nt of
Fly Fuma 50c. t tin; tltctrio ipraytn
At Wi. Every rtnchti should ahould
ktvt it tnd utt it Thou who have triad
It one*, tlwtyt kt*p t tupply in thtir
sublet.
Tbt Ptopltt Stort.      A. R. Ctrrlngtot.
FOR8ALK.
A firtt clast Mmoan Saddlt io good
-ondittoa.   Apply to
Riv. 0. Manor.,
Nicole, B. 0.
Miss Mickle of Quilckiot wtt suiting
io Nitolt on 8a uidiy.
CHAT l�� AM INCUBATORS
and BROODERS
Don't Keep Htot
 Mtkt Thsm  Keep You	
Chatham Incubstors are made tn Canada
and then- tre thou��ands In use. nivln_ en
tire satisfaction. Kverv machine jruaran
teed. Now Is The time ti commence work
and te) ynuretrli eMf__�����_. Rlrds hatched
early ln March ere worth three time* as
much a* birds hatched in May or Juue.
Pn.ee tnd Catalogue on Application
LEEMING'S HARDWARE
KAMLOOPS
Snuley  Kirby of tht y_iloh.ni Inn
wu in Nicolt on 8tturday.
Bull-ewe Local*
If you wtnt high elm up to dttt Boots
tnd Shoet go to Armitrong't. Spring
itoek jutt trn��ed.
B. S. Clettby  of   Contlee   htt   been
(-asi'tted t juttiet of th* p*to*.
J. Bhivel nf Lower Nicolt wu io Nioolt
���his wttk on t business trip.
F. W. Jtckmn  tnd Jot. Gu!_hon of
(Juilch.nt wtrt in Ksmlonpt Ittt wtek.
Cirritgton't Silver Ltsf ttt it tbt but
(Oct. tet on tht mirktt. Il it t tine
orange pekot, t ttrtight assam tu. No
hout* cnmplttt without it.
If Neverslip Horse Shoes art your
thniot some tnd PLEASE yourself.
IIZE8 1 to ft it F. G. Paige's, Nicolt.
Carrington't Silver Leaf tea it tht bett
60ot. tu en   the market.   It it t fine
'���rsiige pekoe, t stught aiaam tat.
No houat complete without it.
All roads lead to Forkadalt. Oct t
b>t now tnd be in on the gronnd fioor.
Tou won't regret it.
Special iifftr. af 10 down and five
monthly paymenteof $10, secu.ru tn ei
ctllent lot in F"rk��Hsle.
Go |n Armstrong'��� lor seed, timothy,
ilfalfa, brume grass, alsac, red clover and
lawn grass.     Wheat,   ottt tnd   peat.
PKII-IH  KMIIT.
A Straight Tip. Get ne.t to Forks
dalt. Don't wait for the rush, but gel
your feet in the sand nnw.
If you art thinking nf huilling nnw it
tht timt tn git your nrderi cut in u tn
have tht lumlitr dry when the long days
oomt tnd th* carpenters can work with
pleeaura. Remember tht name, The
Nieola P .rttl.lt Stetm Saw Mill.
Pltot ynur ntdtrt with Tht Portable
Suam Saw Mill, all wnrk guaranteed.
Juit arrived,fuhionihlt moulding knivei
Whr n*ed to leave your _-_M unfinished
for want of mouldings. E<ige tnd grain
flooring nf first quality, will ottwetr three
floors mtdt nf flat grain. Window uth
���tdt to ordtr.
Harrington's Gulden Leaf tea is the
vtry hoist flowtry orsnge pekot. Imported tnd peeked especially for ut. Il
absolutely tht finett ttt on tht mtrktt.
HO oeuti a pound.
HOUSE FOR SALE
OR RENT
Furnished or  Unfurnished.
Apply to
G. M. Brash,
Nicola, B C.
Gtt Armitrong't priott on til kindt of
building malarial, doart, window*, oii.i,
ptloU, ptp*r, lumt-r, stc,
Q. fl. BRASH,
Accountant and Auditor
RIAL 18TAT1        ir.SURA-.01
NICOLA, B C.
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public Ac.
Official Administrator
irfflo*.   Ceoimen i��l -Hook, tut ot Post (Mint.
Kamloops, B. C.
John D. Swan von, B. A.
Hamster,  8olicitnr and   Notary  Publio
OH.*:  Bast nf th* Canadian Bank tf Corn
son lb ttdt of Victorit strut, a amloopa.
Money to loan on real eetale security.
SADDLES
N. J. BARWICK.
NICOLA B. C.
Carrington'* Golden Leaf tu ia the
very finett flowtry nrtngt pekoe. Imported tnd packed especially for ui. Ii
alsoluttly tbt f nut Itt on tht mirktt.
80 oetis t pound.
Pur* homy in thi tomb tt Armitrong't
F.G. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CAE_.I_.3_; AND WAttOH IBM
Horseshoing done in a
. first class manner. Care-
I fill attention given to this
I branch of the business.
J All Work OutnuiUtsl
L
NICOLA, 11. C.
M BEATTIE
Aooounttnt, Cnromissi-n, Insurtnee
tnd Oeneral Agent.
Wain Strut VamlooH
HARDIMAN & 00.
L__.<_ Mlnlnf uid General Supply Agree
���rot���
Mining ��� rnitrartors, farm machinery, buggies,
cntttrs, sleighs etc. bet-firnur list of firm
and mining properties. Report* on mining pro-
p riles through the Disirle. Cable address
"Aurum." Code*: Hromhall, More.ng It Nul,
A. H. C. tth.
Warehou-e-('anford, Nicnla Valley, B.O.
WATCH REPAIRING
All kindi nf Watch, Cluck
and Jewelry rtptin done in
tin' clast order tnd iitufte-
ti n guaranteed. Ail work
entrusted to our oare will be
completed and returned with*
cut delay
W. *l. CAMPBELL A CO.,
C. Y. K. Time Inspectors. Kamloopi
OFFICE DIARIE3
Every business man
should have one.
POCKET DIARIES
1906 All styles and
prices.
Canadian and Whittaker'i Almanae't
Useful ml- ���uiation for all.
SMITH BROS
_300___.STO_H.-B_
Kamloopt tnd Vernon
NOTICE.
Estate of John Corbett
Deceased.
I'MUM will be receive, by the nndor.
signed executors of the estate of Juhn
Corbet., deceased, up to 12 o'clock noon Stttr-
-��>, Ma) -th. IlKs'i. fur the following goods
and chattels belonging to ihe estate.
Eighteen head ot horses (more or lets) con.
slating of aeveral gooi mares, two year olds
tud yearlings; It tons hay, more or leai, 1 set
farm trucks; 1 liorserske, used two eeuons; 1
mowing machine, used two seasons; I grind
stone, 1 tl Inch bellows; 1 set single harness; I
set double lurne-a; t cant hooks; 1 buok saw;
1 lore plan* and tools; 1 tuyere Iron; 1 tool
sharpening hammer; 1 aies; 6 picks; 1 mattock;
7 aliovels; i striking hammers'. 1 hay knife; 1
hoe; I scjthe and snath;. six foot crose tat
saws; 1 logging chain; 1 steel yard; 1 lantern;
S hand uws; 1 draw knife; 1 steel square; 1
brew tod sundry u en-lis.
TERMS ca-ll
Dated tt Nicola, & C, March tl. W*.
A. K. CAKKINOTON,
N. i. H. BAKWICK,
Kieou-Ofl of tht IlUU of the lata John
Corbett.
"THE PEOPLES 8T0RE.
JUST ARRIVED ______,*
New Boots and Shoes,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
also some Tennis Shoes
We have  some choice
samples of
WALL PAPER
to select from.
Our Golden Leaf
and Silver I eaf
TEA
is the best on the market
for the price. 60c and
tCc pei pound.
'���'" -���ni���-gay
A, R. CARRINGTON,
Proprietor.
" IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH US.'
i
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF NEW YORK
Accumulated Assets $140,000,000
The Oldest Life Insurance Co. in America
Manager for���The Nicola, Okanagan and
Similkameen Districts.
W. H. KIMPTON, Nicola, B. C
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 Agents la Nicolt for tht
ROTAL,  tnd LONDON dt LANCASHIRE  FIR-  INSURANCE 00.1
COUTLEE HOTEL
COUTLEE. B. C.
Jos. Richards,      -      Proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.  First class accommodation
for travelers and to arista.
Oood _M____tS �����

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