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THE NICOLA HERALD
VoL 2.  No. 15.
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1906.
$2 a Year
RAILROAD ROUTES
LOOSED GOOD FOR  NICOLA BHING
ON M/ W LINE.
Canadian  Paolflc Railway Made Num
_rou*   Surveys   Before  Finding
Present  Location of Railroad Line.
In view of the railroad construction
now fnit'P on in th* valley, li is interest-
inar tr. cinsider that at tine time there wag
a T-osiihility of the C. P R main line
pawn, thr- u_th Nicnla Valley. It had
hem decided that the hest pa>s through
the Rocky Munteiniaaa the Yellow
Head tnd between thtt and tht coast
at the end of IH"- three routes were
reported for the Iranscohiiiientalrailrtad.
First. The one fr��m Yellnwheed Pan
hy the rivera Thoinpeou and Frater to
Burr-inl inlet.
Second.    A loop line lea. in*, lhe first
St    Ksilll"0|ia   'tnd    p ���sanifj ill n_ Nicolt
lak* through  the Ci_piahalia pass to tht
Kra*rr It Hope h.n tn Burrard bile..
Third. A line branching fmm ihe firs
at the conflueiiiw nf tht river. Clearwater
and Thoiniison ahove Kamloops and er.
tending to K-quimall. N<>ne of thest
lilies .-ulil he considered wholly satisfactory and it became i.ecesstry to continue
the work "f the survey.
In 1873 there wert seven rniitts re-
ported uo ii Tin route fbri-gh Nicola
Valley and then. ������ hy tl.a C->quat*. -Il�� to
Hope li still one of them, hut 'he difficulties of the route lie in the 128 mile!
between Hope and Kaiiiloops involving
an ascent of 3613 feet with gradnnts
ranging as high an 172 feet in s mil.' and
tailing for tuiiiielllng.thesggregate len_th
being eatiuiatcd at tiv* miles The alter
native route of continuing frmn Kim
loops hy Lytfo* tnd then hy the Fras*r
to Hope was agaiu uiifavoraMy reported
up- 0, then being formidable difficulties
tlnog the canyons of tht river Thoropion
i' il Fraser, owing tn the eiireme y ntr
row gorges through which these rivers
1-iw enttiling enurnioUHly httvy work
tnd proportionately great cost. The re.
Oiaimng routes do tot call fur toy special
Belli mn
In 1874 a re-eianimation of the route
through the Coqushalla waa made, and it
Was found that while important change!
o<u il be effected on the lint as originally
Surveyed the gradients would e'ill remain
-ini-ually severe and the work of enn
tlructinn troublesome and eipensue. An
ttii inpt wai mtdt in thii year to find t
rou'e soross the Caaoidei south nl the
C qua-.lis hot with no siiits-s. At tht
tnd of 1871) it wai found that the moat
f.in.iida'ile difficulty lay iu crossing tho
Cas-isde chain of innuntaiiis. Twolie'dil-
treiit linet had heen made through it,
ive of which had been surveyed with
transit and level, the othirs hail been ei
pl<red and bar metre measurements
mails Of th* twelve, the five iastrumtn
illy surveyed were practicable for rail ��ay
toiiuruciion and it was thought that
three others might be placed in the same
tategory making in til eight lines from
tin -li t oli'iii's cniilil he made.
It may may he noted that tht routt vit
Kamloops, Nioolt tnd tht Coq.thtllt
Was the shortest, being 32 miles shor.tr
than that by the North Thompson and
Fraser. Evintually it wai decided that
{he route to be chosen must in the highett
degree admit of low gridientt, easy align.
ooeiit, tnd permanently firm road ltd tt
(he least tnnual outlay si this would
prove the one moat capable nf transport-
log cheaply.
Tht mute vit the North Thompson
river to Ktmloopt tbeoo* by Lytton tnd
thing the Fraser to Port Moody w-i
filed nn as being thenoe which weal I
best fulfil these conditions.
It, li ancient history now nf how tht
>*_|*f through the Yellow Head pass
wa* abandoned and a ne* mute the
Kirking Horse Pass was fintll. filed
upon a* being tht chosen routt. Perhaps
(hit wis due ii,..r* tn r-'gencies ia the
prairie re^i-ms than to difficulties In this
province. It is interesting huwaver, to
note thai now, when railways are being
prospected in frequently in Brush 0 I"
uin|ua the ne* lines hallo* to closely lie
ol<l surveys tnd projecttd lines of the
Canadian l'scitic ra'lway.
RAILROAD NEWS
I'astor Departs
Rev. fienrge Mtsnn, who has heen for
the past five yeirs Preabyterian minister
in the valley gave hia farewell addr.at on
Sunday evening before a large enngrrga.
tion. Mr. Masnn who has h.en for snnie
time in ill health, had decided to return
nasi, to see if the change would do him
good.
Last week the Ladies Hudd of tha
Churih of England, (.resented Mrs
Mason with a small toktn nf their esieem
snd as t recognition of ' ''��� good wnrk the
had don�� during b��r residence here
On Monday night a few friends gather
ed at "Pinehurst," and after taints tnd
oiher entertainments, prea.n'ed Mr. aid
Mas ni wl'h an address and a purse.
On Tuesday afternoon fh.y left for
Lower Nicnla where a huge nqm her of
friends had gathered to hid thtm farewell
and god speed no their journey. During
the evening sn addre-s was read showing
the esteem in which Mr. snd Mra Mason
were held and thanking them for the
(rood work they had done in the v��Hey.
They were then the recipients of a pur-e
of _ Id. Mr. Maann in a few wsll ch'.en
words thanked those present for thtir
kindness, which they would aUaysre
member wit'i gratitude and hoped some
day tn be with them again,
A apecial state on Wednesday morning
took Mr. and Mrs. Mason to Spenoes
Bridge en route for Oakville, Ontario.
Passes the 60,000 Mark.
The population of Vancouver, eonaerv-
ativtly (inured from the Information now
in the hands of the Henderaon Pireotory
Company for lilOfi, is 61.230. Thu was
reckoned on the hasis of the 17 IHO namei
which will appear in the direct- ry. This.
multiplied by three, si the average si_e if
each household, gives the total. This figure inoludes Nnrth Vancouver.
Oambrldg* Wlqs.
The sixty third annual boat race between t-rewa representing the universities
of Oiford and Canihridgo wai rowsd on
Saturday over the usual course fmm Put
ney to Mortlake, nn the Thames, a distance nf a little over four miles and a half,
and wtt won by Cambridge hy three tnd
half lengths. Time, 19 minutes 24 seconds.
P*ntloton Chinese Affair.
Ft ur of the ringleaders iu the Ptnticton
Chineet eipulnon case, ntmely, J Ed
rounds, 0, Winkler, John Mitchell md
J. Ulsddtn, trrivtd in Ksmlonpi last
week to itrve one month, they hiring ra-
fuaed to pay their bnt of tweniy five
dolltrs.   U. Mohr paid hii hue
The Orand Trunk Paoitic company Ire
asking the government to permit 60,000
tons of steel raili to hi brought into Canada free, it Canadian rail nulls ttunot till
tht ordtra, hiving enough work on hand
for tht ntxt twtlve months
WANT  OF  TIBS CAUSE  DBLAY IN
CONSTRUCTION.
Contractor Talks   of Hen  Learlng-
Further Construction Would
Mean  More    Men   and
Settled Condition*
During the past week, delay has been ihe order of the
day as far -is railway construe
tion is concerned. Many causes
have contributed to make it
almost im|)ossit>le for the track
to reach Coutlee by lhe first of
May ��� not to mention the
question of high water
One of the principal causes
of delay hns been lack of ties.
It appears that the order was
misconstrued with the result
that ties ran short during the
early part of last week, and at
the present time matters have
not improved to any considerable extent.
A trip down the right of way
reveals at once the principal
cause of delay���the scarcity of
men. The majority of the men
employed are ndians, who. as
is well known, will work hard
until they have m-ide a small
stake, then they will lie around
several days and incidentally indulge in booze
A pr )minent contractor stated that his chief difficulty was
keeping his men. I he contractor in question has a,reputation for treating his men well,
both on the grade and in camp,
so that the reason for men
straying is yet to seek.
A restless feeling is very apparent among the  men which
can be directly traced to the
indecision   as   to further con
struction.
Should this construction proceed the restless feeling would
at once vanish, blown away by
the certainty of remunerative
work until far in the fall of the
year.
The facts enumerated are
rather disappointing but nevertheless our readers need not
become pessimistic with regard
to the future as should further
construction be advised as we
have good reason for believing
it will be, things will hum in
the valley this summer.
LOCAL NEWS
Dell King and wile .ere I* Nioolt from
the Chirter'i ranch ye��terriey.
IN CCELO QUIES
M. P. Sttwsrt   left  Tuesday morning
for Vancouver and other _���___ cities.
D-.lph Fyall of F.l.ir <_ Co."s establish,
ment it Coutle* w,i t visitor to Ks_i.
loops this week.
, A. Irwi-, Indian -Kent, tnd Vfrs. Irwin
arrived in Nicola last evening, and will
leave for Hedley in a few days.
Mrs. .1. P. Liindy of titter Flat who
has been ill for some wHeka with a severs
Cold is now convalescent.
Mr. ind Mrs. P. Mclnnes, Mrs. Phillip! and Miss Rtrtha Woodward of Lower
Nicols were in Nicnla on Sunday.
Church of England service will he
held at Nicola tomorrow, Oood Fridev,
at 2:30 o'clock and on Sunday at 11 a.m,
and 7:30 p, m.
A cricket match will lie played tt Nicola ou Saturday between Coutlee and
Nicola. It is hoped that a practice
match will he played on Ftiday afternoon.
Friends of Judge Cornwall "f Ashen f'
who has been confined in St. Joseph's
hoapitsl, Victoria, will he glad to kn-w
that he is making good progress towards
recovery.
L Mackay ahn has been employed in
Barwik's Harne��s Emporium left on
Tuesday's stage fir Ashi-roft sod will pro-
reed to his ranch near Highland valley to
look after his crops.
Secretsry F'nmerfelt of the Vsncouver
Tourist Association sines that numerous
enquiries are heinit made at the Ass. _ia
tions rooms, relative to vacant land* in
the Nicols Valley.
.lames Pooley returned to N'snlt an
Monday evening via Kamloopa, from a
three months trip to his old home in
England. He had a verr enj.yaMe time
but is glad to be back in Nicola again
Mr. and Mrs. 'l-"ma�� Willismi of
^i ncei Bridge were visiting in Nicnla
Va 'ry lait wttk Mrs. Williams will rt
main with her parents, Mr. and Mrs R.
Johnston at Lower Nicola for t ihort
time.
J L. Riown representing 'he K'irij
Cigar Factory ��nd Emil Stern nf thi
Kits Inept Bn-wcry, passed thi u_h N n-
_.�� on Tuesday ..n tti'ii way t Kam'oopi
from a trip through the Okanagan and
Similkameen.
MRS ROBERT SCOTT OF ROCKFORD
PASSES A WAV
Numerou*    Relatives   and     Friend*
Mourn tbe Lota of An Old Lady
Noted For Her Piety and
Kin dn ett
It it with great md sincert regret wt
have to report the death of Mra. Robert
J 8cott of R. .kf..rd. Mrs Sett had a
paralytic stroke last simmer and then
weregrtve doubts at that time of till re
Covery. She however, ilnwly regained
strength tnd during the last few months
was able to he ont and about again.
Ahout ti o'clock on Tuesday evening Mrs.
Sc- tt ��aa seized wnh another stroke and
although everything wa�� done that possibly could she passed away it 9 46 tht
satis evening in the presence of her hui-
b.nd, her son S J P. Snott tnd her
grandchild, Miss M   Edwards.
The deceased whose maiden nami was
Mary Ann Ma-sfw, wss horn in Durham,
Ontario, on 12th Mar-h, 1831 With
her husband and family she cam* to British Columbia in M��y, 187K. arriving tt
Rockford shortly afterarards, where sh*
has aince resided Mrs. Scott wis known
all over the dialrict for her kindness uf
heart. A life lung Methodist, her many
ads nf Christian charitv endeared her to
all irrespective of creed or dogma. No
one calling at Rockford could fid tn b��
struck with the calm and sincere piety "f
one who had passed the allured span.
There was no cant snd no striving aftsar
effect jn her conversation on things holy,
nut as .me who >i-ited her la'ely ssid aht
was a true Christian wnh boundless faitb
tod trust.
The   deceased   leaves t  hu*band and
several children to mourn her loss, of tht
children Mrs. Morrison,  Mn, Humt and
J   A. J   Scott are  in Kamlonps,   S.   J.   P,
Scott i. at R..ckf.ird, R. J Scntt. Wmni-
I   peK, Mrs    Aird   and   Wm Scott  in tht
:   N -rthwest, Mrs  Prlacoll ��nd Bet j. Scotl
|  in the United Sts'ea, besides two brothert
Bei.j  Moore of Victoria and Jut, Moore
i  nl Kamlonps, all of whom are eipected in
Kamloops to attend the last aad rites.
A  short  service  will he held at R rk
fnni on Saturday morning  st   10 o'clock,
th* Rev. J. Pye officiating.     The body
j   will then be taken  In Kamloops and th*
!   funeral will take place from the Methodist
Church there on Tundty afternoon at two
I  o'clock.
The pall httrrrs will bt .limes Aird, J.
Frisken, Jot (Juichon, F. W. Jackson,
Wm. tnd J  McLeod.
The family havt the sincere sympathy
of t Itrge cr cl�� of friende ii the lost of i
kind and loving wife and mother.
1-sac Eastwood who hss t��. n mane*er
ot James Pooley I butch*r simp for ihe
past year, spent a day at Aspen Urns*
this week looking over hii mining prp-
trties and will leave nn tha stsge tumor
row (of Kimloiipi on hii way to Vernon.
For Sali���Potatoes, first class quality suitable for leed ur table, alio wheat
for chicken feed. Apply E. G. Walker,
Coldwater, Coutlte.
Hugh Irvine and H ward Farr have
been doing their hest to improve 'he
roads below Lower Nicola the early part
uf last week. Much work is yet ne.es
tary to perfect our oommnnitation ia
preparati n for tht increased summer
traffic-the .illume of which none can
anticipate. The rotd from Lower Nioolt
up it tevtral placea would b* tbe better
with tont work
Dowle's Stock Speculation.
Offl litis of the Chnsti.n Catholic
enun h at Znui City hav* declared thst
it waa believed John Alexander Diwil
had lost 1-01111 i��_r��gitin_ fl 200.000 in
iptoulition in Will s reel. It it dictated
h* opined account! wu', fear stock el
ehaoge houses and that three of (here
were out of business soon after he hid
depotiled margin* for the protection of
hit dealt The greater part of the money
it is aaid. wai loat by Do'vie during the
slump of 1903
For thou who forget, the following trt
tht office h'Uin nf the Nic la ctntrtl
telephone office: 8 l. m. to 1? noon, 1
p. m. to 8 pm. 0* Sundsy tnd holt-
days the h'urs are 9 a m. to 10:30 a m
4 p. m. to 5 p. m. 'Phone No. 10 his
bten removed. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
FaUuiM-i -trwr Tk-MdUtr
f* M* rtpttta. ta UnM IS aTMt
-attBU. _- 0.  AI'KIL 11 WI
Last week rumors were rife
regarding a large mining deal
in  Aspen Grove.    Although
confirmation of this has not
yet been received, we under
stand that there is some truth
in the rumor, but until full particulars are to hand we do not
care to publish any of the details.   A coast paper publishes
the information that some coal
properties   up the   Coldwater
have been sold to New York
capitalists.   Here again, rumor
has  gone  beyond the mark.
While there are no doubt negotiations proceeding with regard to coal lands in this district, no coal areas to the extent named are held by any
one individual.   Boosting the
valley in a proper way is com
mendable as we have the minerals here, but these unfounded
rumors of sale of mining properties do not tend to help the
valley at all and when these
rumors  do  not materialize it
gives a locality a set back from
which it mty take sometime
to recover.
��� o<-_-<v<v
In reference to the press
comments on the Midway &
Vernon railway scheme one
would judge that the whole
government outfit were guilty
of some heinous crime. Chief
Justice Hunter in his judgment
says, ",As early as February,
��� 905, that there was some
doubt Ml to the obligati >n of
the. government to give the aid
that was empowered by the
Subsidy Act; and they, quite
justifiably in my opinion,
thought it proper to refer the
matter to the court"
Dowie, the prophet, has been
suspended from the church,
which he founded, the message
being signed by all the prominent adherents to Zionism.
Dowie has been declared a
hypocrite, spendthrift, tyrant
and inciter to polygamy.
Orand Trunk Tt* Contra*t
Tht British Columbia Tie A Timber
tnmptoy ol V*ne"*r*r, his it._rtd 1 contract from th* Grand Trunk Pacific for
iht tupply ing of htlf * nsiilitn tit* to h*
delivered tl Prince Rupert, th* Pacific
.ermio-i of th* tin*. Tht eomiitny will
tt onct pruned with th* ���reO-ioa of t
aill oa Kaitn Island whtrt timber limit*
bin been i*tur*d. It il tiptetod that
Ik* railway ootsptny will *h .rtly com
ntnoe tb* Kiattru-tion of whtrft tnd
Itrmlntl .Militia* tl Pnntt fUperl, ai
It* bargain with lb* pr��*ia��itl govern
���int itipalit** tbtt torn* work must bt
.one btfort tht 30th ol J unt tbit yur
Th* nomptny whioh bat tht wntrtct it
toBIK-etd ol 0. I. Wilton, art-idea'; W
P. Haft, eetrettry; tad MtMrs, R��b*rt
K*lly tad Iromidt, Rtnnit It Ctmpbtll
Ml. Htyi It a hrothir of iht prttidt-t ut
t_tt._t.M_T.-0-_
Motb Rtfiirt �����*i*-_
��� ���anal Id protecting cloth
lag (rots loothe Thty
bar* tn idvtatigt o?ar
uthtr south prevtntivt* of
Out Imptrllnt 1 strong
'-dor to tht clothing, ate-
etiittliag to_.pltti tlnag
'������for* wttritg 8i��plv
plat* 'he al. thing In Ihe
btg snd elote. pa*- b��g
with tht _l.lbiag in il.
Moth h_gi >it la nrl
om tint to tm differtnl
garatatt.   W*  hart alt
MALLERV DRUG GO
uurraa
XAMLOON.    I      :   B C.
.>_>*__*��_��������_>.->_ ri>DVlrt>l
ASK TOOK Da-AUnt FOB
������Kurtz's Own"
"Kurtz's Pioneers"
������Spanish Blossoms"
UHION UADB OIOA-Us
Ml PIONEER CIGAR F1CT0ET
IU Oordora Bt W.
VAXOOOVM B 0.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
���MO Wt_i_n__sUr  Road
VAJ-OO-TV-Hi. B 0.
Headquarter* fnr
PACI��0 COAHT 0_tOW*
Garden, FIowm tad r"i��ld Hrada.
New crop now ia tiotk tud on tttt In
etr greenhuQ.t*     Ask Jour m.rohtnl (or
the*, in staled pM.lg**.    If ht does not
bandit thtm, wt will sntil 60 *t*>rt*d
6t parksgee of T*f*t*bl* and flo**r leadi
(o*r ova teltciion, tultablt for B. 0. gir-
dtnt) for II.11O.   Sptcitl priot* >o foar
bilk nidi
B. <:. tlrtwi nttxik ���>< Frail ������_
Ornanienlal Tree"*.
Mow ready fur tpring ihipment. Ritrt
alee ttotk of -
I tad I ytar old apple trees tt |�� ptr IM
lim per 1-00
Marnarrl Plum (10*
I aliati I'rune. I year (n* lit per r-t
Hug.r Plnm  1 jear. Una XX per 101
Pull list of otbtr Mott tt regular pritee
Mo eipenss, lot* or deity of iinaigrttion
or intptttion.
riretahense Pleat*. l.orel Work, Rt* ���_�����
alts*, rmit I V-__e_, rertllltert, si*.
1.1' ���)��� pritt ynar list btfort ordtriag.
Catalog** Pre*
M. J  HK1.R..
NU Wtttdk-iu* Road,     v ssoioraa. I a
NOTICE.
Estate of John Corbett,
Deceased.
TlrJDIM will kt waive,  kv tke a_.tr-
ttftie- exeouten of tht estate tf the let'
Jtka Ctrbett, __W_)a__, ut to 11 n'ttotk teea,
mday, I "aa 1.1k, UM, for ike ptrrk*** of Ik*
east kilt-telltale, I'ewneklp ft. oa its, Isles
at-wi Urea mllta ��wl tt Nicola, a*a______|
M acres mere or lees.
TIRMM CAHH.
Dttwd tt Nla-le, & 0., Mink II. IM
A. R OAHHINOTTHt,
K. i. H. HAKWICK.
Bite.Urs tt tkt Eitat* ef tk. l__e ieka
CorkeU.
Htbutibt l��ar Ih* H tnld, |l par ytar
���ioou unmiHT Dirraict
TAX NOTIOA
NOTlr't It kinky give* I* _____sf____ wttk
tbe ���autatas. thtt fronarlal HevtaaiTat **4
___________ Uu es Md iatMM lax nwmmt aa��
ItvM aider the Asarssineat Act tad ar/iewi
sieeis. aree-v/duee-- pa/akla tor the 7**r
IM All taxtt oulleruhle ftr Ikt Nieola _-_-_���
neat tlstriri art dlt Md parable at ��i? o__se,
sltaal* a' Nieola. This nnlloe. I* teems tt law
It tttl.tlwil 'e t pereoaal Aaaaad kl ant npae
all )�����!! Ilaklt ftr (axis.
OCO.  MURRAT.
Aaa*a->r aad C*ll*it_t.
Nicola Asfeas-tat Dt.lri-*-
Nlsol* Put 1 aBra
Data, tl Nioola M a. r*krt*rr, .��_.
.HBI*. OUTH ETT
a. R. r.a-_���__���_-
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
KltslMpa, B C.
Amtu* ard seal-see tf Ore*, Ooal tad la
-teiria pM��ue_-.	
-Mipiee   -r anil tr ���-*�� reeaave preaap.
itiue
A. O. F.
COURT NlfJU. Nt. ML A.O. _..��
MSo-d aad feartk Frt_ev I* ��*ok ������*!*
at I p.m.. 1* 1'. olii'i Hall.   VtaWai Sntkna
otrdlally laviu.
N. J. Bahwick, C R.
W. Qoaoot H''aaat, Ba-
W. J. KERR
Watchmakerjeweler
KAk-LaKii's, a 0.
All kinds of Wttchtt, Cli.ka, J.w.lry,
���I*., k*pt in itoek.   Wtdding prt*
enU 1 specialty
Pint class repairs doDt OB abort Bolitt
Ikd rtttrneal at odm.
Notice.
K*Me* li kanky ��ivea that atari after lit*
I taltad i��appl> to tke Hot. tkt chief enm
ml.loaerofUndiaad Works for p-rmlsslo*
In purckast Id-*��� re. of pasture laaa stiatltt
an Tifkt crtek. In ta* Nieola Hi vision of Yale
liiairut, ��nua trt .foll'iw.: on_nmeacltf ata
ntat marks. J (' rt. strath east corner, pleated
sbMt twu miles and t half at Vngkt crer.
aad tbout 10 chains west from Tkompt as laid
IkMce ruaainf atat M ekalaa. 'keise tertk
I* ahaltt, thtatt Kast M chains, tkeua-e Heutk
Wekalnt to point of ramoieniimtnt ooa-tlaltf
ao ara* of IN acne mora or less.
JAM- C. SHIILD*.
rakaaryHth'Ma-	
MOTIC1
���Ut? 4ayi tfttr tilt I la-Hat a* applr te tkt
etief cossmls. matr tf leads _i.| werke fer **r
���tasloa It par kaaa tttomat mn����u_��a_vt
tun land situated It Aspen Uiova, dieerlktd
ta follows: cornmeaolng at t p*et marked I.
Ea-twao". N W. wirae' 'hem e s*��tk * ekalaa
1 hear, eui 10 (hales, thence .orth K rbalas.
tkeooa weat M rhalns to Initial ptwU
lHAAi' IA-TWOOD
As|_a Onrt Ttk Utrok, IR*	
MOTICE.
Ms-tee It kerekv (Ivea tat* witktt  titty
days tttm dat* I lai_td W  atply at  IM
ehlef coeimMoMr of lauds and wcrka f*r Mr
oiUsma >n p'ireh*a*-l* acres of pa-tere lead la
tkt Nli-tartl I .011 of Yale Dial net, slttiuslu
fallow*: , ommem-lnt at a -lake al tha N. E.
��� ���ruer of lot 119 running nor'h 10 chains tkenre
weel (Oi h.na. ihenee soulh at) chains, thsnre
rssl tO ehalna. comal*l-_ lOOa'-re*: alto ton
nicnrin. a' the rt. K corner of lot Tit tknoe
ei-c U halna, 'hence su'ilk 10 chains, tklatt
���tat Id ih.una ihenee sou h tt 1 hales thMne
east Hi rbalas. tkenee t<a<ik V okala% tteac*
Mel 10 helus thence tort N okains, to*-_ln-
Ingt-Jaeee. JA_I_J1(!<)RBITT,
Nicol., Mtreh T. Wt,	
NOTICI.
Bhty days after dati I intttd t* apply It tkt
eklef eoiiiBilsiioaer of land, nd works Tor per
niltelo* 10 purchase SM aires of monmala pa.-
tur comaaear.iiif at a post at tetthweat sonar
af I t Nt. the-ss north N oktlts, tkttoa aul
twenty chela- ibtact north forty ektiu,
t ra.. aa�� twenty rfcalas. tbMC south lortj
tkalns, thei-re wee* twMty cbaies. l-eate
toni- f in; rbalas, thenea ant twttly ehalai
to point of niraoieiireaieat.
j_j_________?M______
NICOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL-���
It prtpar*. to lak* MatrMti for
Mwiog lu*ih*r tad gttliag tat
tl-ihtt.
4l��a*r_tl Hill ( aatnMU r,a��-ia*-*_l
fRIC--l MOPIRATI
PtttUt witkiag work eat hat*
prottptly trttoetd to by applylag It
F. D. WOODWARD,
Mie.lt, B tt
U*vsyi tr otdsti with M. J. Btrwitk.
tot litthtr who It ag tat f��* iht RUt-lt
Portitlt Bim*. Saw Kill h* *aa help r*.
BSTABLI8HCD I Ml
PRtfOHTOM
moou
THE STORK OP QUALITY
THB ST0RH OF PLBKTT
SATURDAY GASH SPECIALS
8 Cans Pears, Beans or Corn $1.00
5 * Pine Apple - - - 1.00
8 " Salmon - - - ��� 1.00
7   "    St. Charles Cream   ���   1.00
LADIES' WAISTS TO CLEAR AT 50c EACH
MANY OTHER BARGAINS
"WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW"
*___-s_________-s>*j_______p__p��_��____e_*__a_______-_-_a^__^
On Saturday Afternoon, April 9th,
Between the hours of two and five o'clock,
we will sell
TWENTY CANADIAN FIFTY CENT PIECES
METROPOLITAN
HEAT MARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Ve..l, Pork
and Sausage
Ord.r* tbroogbuil th* Dwtrlet   reeeivt itrifal at'enliaa aad  pruaipt   delivery
Fresh Fish Every Friday.
JAM*.   r��OLKf rrmrnrtoUm
���TDwART'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
rnlmo GM��__xer��l Xjlvery
Head Office:     ���     -    -     Nicola Lake, B. 0.
8TAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every 'IhurscUy tor Nicolt lake. Kevnloopt,
Princeton and way points at 6 ��. m.
Every Saturday fur Nicola and way points at 6 _.���_
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday for Nicola and Spencet Bridgt
at 6 a. tn.
I.eave Princeton
(���very  .Sunday  6 a. m_ arriving Spences
Bridge Tuesday 6 p.n_,
Leave Nicola
Every Tuesday and Friday for   Spcacca
Bridge at 6 a. m.
Every Friday for Princeton at 6 a. nt
special trips made by appointment
Telephone connection with Kamloopa
M. P. STEWART,    -    -   Proprietor
JOB WORK
���  a
JOB WORK THE   NICOLA   HERALD
WINNY TOWNSITE
The Hub of the
Valley |
��* 4 Lots from $40 to $200 _* S
A. R. CARRINGTON, AGENT
Twn THE  NICOLA  HERALD
p*c_n��_._._TY or mining industry
The unparalleled pr -iieri.j of tb* mm-
tig industry it the present time is tt
rtctug wideipread attention. People
ar* beginning lo realu. that fortune* and
.ompetency can be acquired by investing
n mining propertie* and Baiting atockt,
sayi the National Banker, Io fact, tht
_���____( whu are raalu ng this and pr.fi'
ng hy it, is _.ily iocrttting. They are
���eginning to leara that there i* an aliment of hazard io every huainett venture,
out not at t grett nil in mining as lias
-tan ims-Mind in iht past. Continued
iucceat*ss have ttught them thtt mining
ui busintas; that improved machinery,
acieiititic knowledge tnd buiinut tutrr-
priae; tlto thtt thoustnds of ptoplt trt
acquiring wealth by judicioua invest-
menu in minimi stock, tbe result of their
to nperaniin ia the development of men
rorii.us propertie* aHy conducttd Hid
legitimate mining enterpriset.
Palm Sundav
Lut Sunday waa I'alm Sunday. It
oommimnrttta the triumphal entry of
Jesus into .lerustlem, when the roulti
tude strewed palm branch), or rathtr
luavet, for tht typical palm hat n"
hranchei A luhaiitute for palm ltmt
for tht decoration nf Roman tnd AukIi
oan ohurchet for thia feaiival is found in
tn early flowering willow, (S .Im Crprea.)
which it ponultrly called t palm.
Thtre ia so much had in the heat of as,
There is t ��� much good in tht w-.rtt of ut,
That it to .roily h- hovas my of ut
To iilk about the real of ut.
TALK! \'G MACHINE
KBCORDS
AT IDT PRIt'EM
10 Inch Disoa   Wo
7   "      "     36e
Oold moulded Cylinders.. 36.
WILL II. .V AMY MAKK nr M .( Hi .1
COLUMBIA RECORDS
Do Not Scratch or Blatt
OVIB 15,000 TO CH08B FROM
Write for l_test Cutlogut.
FLETCHER BROS
VANCOUVER,
B. 0.
MjricE
Thirty days after date I Intend to apply to
-kechlefcommissioner i. lands and worts for
allcease to prospect for i-oal on lhe follow_M
dencrlhed area, via: nn tbe a. w. J, he we ' ]
tt the 8. k 1. the a. i of the s w. 1, the is. vv. 1,
the n. vv I of lli�� n. w 1, ihes. v.  | of In N K
^ all of ita.inni, ill K  A. _U_-r_-.
kola, tnd April, im
NOTICE.
Thirty days after date I Intend to apply to
tbe chief rommisiitB-r of lands and works for
t llcen-e to prosoect for ooal over lhe followlr g
-������w-rlh.-rl area, via: w. j of the 8. vv 1, ami
the h vv. i of the N vv 1 of Section I., T 91.
Nirola, tnd April. 1*6.        A. M. M  JUKE..
IN THE 8UPREMr_ COURT OF BRIT
IS 11 COLUMBIA.
In Probat*
la tbt Hoods of
JOHN CORBETT.
Decent..
Notice ii hereby given that til credi
tort and other pars- ns hiving any claims
or demands agamsi Ihe eitata of John
Cnrhttt late of Nicolt in the County of
Tale, B. C, decetaed, who do il on the
1st day of Febru ry, 1WK! and whrnt will
wai proved in the Y.le R _iairy on tbe
. .th day uf February 1906, ny Arthur
Richardson Ctrringtoa and Nathaniel
Joseph Henry Barwick the eiecutors
thertin named ire herftiy requird tu
tend ptrticulara in writing of their claims
or demands duly verified to tht under
signed tolicitor for the laid titcu'ora on
or before th* first day of May, 1906 at
tb* undermentioned address, tfttr which
dtte tht uid executors till proceed to
distribute the asswsof the said deceased
tmongst the ptrtiet entitled thtrtto hav-
ing regtrd only to th- damn tnd demtndi
>f which they ahall thtn have htd notict,
aad tht atid executors will not be liable
for the assets of the md decetted or tny
part thereof so distributed to tny person
��r persons of whote claims or demtndi
ihey ahall not then hav* had aotie*.
Dattd this 8th day of March. 1906.
JOHN D. 8WANSON,
Kamloopi, B. C.
lalleltor for th* aaid IiMoton.
Nicola Valley Clydesdale Horse
Association
Imported Qydesdale Stallion
"ROSE EMPEROR"
(11853) 11801
SEASON FROM 1st MAY TO 31st JULY
���WILL  TRAVNL  DURING)  SEA80N  AS  FOLLOWS
Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays at Nicola.
Wednesday noon and Friday noon at Coutlee.
Wednesday night and Thursdriy at Lower Nicola.
Service Fee $30 for Season including pasturage
JOHN BLACKWELL,
Manager.
T
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-THE-
NICOLA HERALD
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Subscribe for the Local Paper
Gives all the news of Nicola Valley and
the country in general. Everyone in the
valley should subscribe for The Nicola
Herald, the local paper.
An Ad* Pays.   Try it
An Ad. in The Nicola Herald will bring
good results. Business firms wishing
space should secure it at ouce and get
their share of patronage.
Everything in the Printing Line
New Type and Best Stationery
A full stock of Letterheads, Billheads,
Envelopes. Business and Visiting Cards,
and everything in the printing line. All
work promptly attended to.
The Nicola Herald
NICOLA, B. C
Telephone No. 7. Main Street
THE NORRIS SAFE & LOCK CO
SEATTLE, WA8H.
Frank G. Benson,
Agent
VANCOUVER, B.O.
Hicks & Lovick
Piano Company
Limited.
Pianos in Stock
Mason & Risch, Weber, Steck.
The Pianola Piano, The Pianola
663 Granville Street, Vancouver,
88 Government Street, Victoria. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
Dominion Gaologlcal Surwty.
Tht promotion of Albert Pater Low to
tht directorship of tht Ditninioo Otologi-
ctl Survey in the place of tht latt Or.
Dawaon, tl mentioned in tht Ottiwi despatches, will gtva very genertl attiftc'iun,
particularly to western mining mtn. Mr.
Low wtt appoints, to tht geological tor
try in 1881, and waa promoted to bt
gtolngiat in 18-1. For more thtn su
yetrt ht wtt .n_a.-_ in enduring tbt it-
toarcet of Labrador and knowt mort
tbout that country than tny other man
in Canada. In 1896 he received tht Mo
(iill memorial prite from the R >y .1 (!eo-
graphical witty. In' 1897 lie scconi
panted lhe Diana on a tcitntific exnedi-
tion to lludsnii's Bay, tnd two yetrt ago
he went in charge nl tha Neptune expeditions to Hudson's Bay. Mr. Low in a
man of good eiecutive capacity tud ix-
cetlent icienlilic attainments.
With a Moral
Recently t churoh organisation in a
little town built a church. To pay for i
they were obliged tocaHiint-Huierihaiiti
of the community. The f3l)0 wat raitvd
from this source. The laat man tn sub
sent'�� was John Smith, j-.eler ' 1 will
give fli if you li-t me add something tn
the list," he aa'd, and wrote a' th�� foot i f
lhe list. John Smith, $5, Tium ht
Eaton, ft); Robert Simp.on Co, $0.
They saw the point when 'he ininiatrr
rtad tht list, snd then wat a decided
tailing off in thi mall order huaineaa.
Stn.t, Railway Strlka Orer.
Tht Winnipeg street railway atnke is
over. The men and tbt rati way company
htvt compromised. Tho men a*ked (or
an advance of * ._. s of tan cuts an hnur
tnd they get tn inrrras. of a cent Aa to
recognition of the union ami arh .ration,
oo clauae haa I-v-n laaarts. n the a.rte
ment hut the romiiaxy admits m- right
of tke men to approach it and diacui-
mattert it a union of man.
The Innocent Stz.
If anything the average woman's mind
ia far le ���_ rilined than man's. In fact,
the unsophisticated, the innocent, tht
blushing person of naurn i. man.���Lady's
Realm.
There was a young fellow named 8yd,
Wbo kissed a i_irl on the eyelid.
She said to tht lad:
"Your aim's very had.
You ahould practice awhile."   So he did.
hot[ce to contractors
Grading contracts Inlet for tht whole
or ��nv part of eight miles of the Knott-
aty Csntrtl RaiUay south from (lolritn.
Applicants to bt prepared tn place equip
ment on the .ruiml and start work im
mtd'ately.     Apply
B. C. GENERAL CONTRACT CO, LTD.
VANCOUVER
NOTICE.
To All Whom it May Co-Ciu.:
NEWTON GRANGE
LOWER NICOLA.
Take notice thtt on tnd tfttr thit date
all cattlt the property of the undersigned
will bt branded N. 0. on left hip.
Dated Mud day of March, 1906
BlUCLAY RONTH-ONr.,
0. L. Fimk, Agint.
JOHN C. ADAIR
imH-ENJINEERCOAL&OILUPERT
Is prepared to examine co&l
properties and furnish reports on same. Terms to
suit all.    Nicola, B. C.
na plaoi to but toue
i _u_-0__u.a u-oodb u at
J. A. SCOTT'S
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
KAM_.K)P8
Fall stock of Domes Ir an. lmpo.'��_ f .f��_r-
tat tht hast ssaoklat lot-VSe slwais at band
Drop In and si i_uj a qilst tame of Billi nts.
Afeat fnr Ike Pioneer -team Laund'V. V.iani
vtr.  Lauuar) tiopttd evert rtt _r_ay.
ITOTICE.
A sitting of tht Caunty Court of Ytle,
will be bald in tht Court lions.. Nicolt,
B. C, on
Monday, 21st May 1906
010 n. m.
(.to   MuaatT,
0. C. Rtgittnr
UNDERTAKING
j. r. McGregor
Lowtr mcola, B. 0.
UNDERTAKING
IIWTI.1.H
MONTH-AL H'lTM,. Kamlcip-. Napolton
lAiri-monil a, pro rn-t - rin-i Hat. In
tttsy paniinUr ixssl wiiiwi, Liquors tad
cltars.   Htabliait It r -na. t na
JTAJAXOnfll H'>.'��I, P. HarM. ornprleUir
*�� HU-st stork ������( w ne-. liquids ant <-l__ra In
tin- Interior. Jn-t ilie tf* for. Bireionlrv
f-1.hint tlats of bti>r. When Iu Kami-Otis
r-il la
GRAND PACIFIC HOT-1,, Ktmlonns.   Ths
ni-rest li��tel lo lhe rsil*a> suiloi.    11k
oaly   < eviii-lent  buli-l   for  lnulm,      Q-hs.
nanus, tnorl itnle, itni-l liquors      I -n , .r_-
saiimle rooms.   i\ A. Harntiar, pro< for.
Oiaui stabll_��� In rouiis. Imu
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000 Rest, $ic,ooo.ooo
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $801,855.41
Total Assets        ....        $158,233,409.51
HOHORART PRBSIDBKT
Rt Ran. Lord Strath.ona an- Moan. Royal, 0. 0. M O
PMSIDBKT. Sir Oao. A. Draxamond. K 0 ��� ��
���.oa-r_.-W-D_.irr and obmiral maj*aobr,  - b a. oloubtob
Head Office���Montreal
SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT
NOTICE
To Au * bom it May Conc��rh:
I have thin oav taken uiia��.s��iiin o' tha
foil .wing rlrarrtha.. lands. L . 168 (Jroup
1, Kanilnona D v��mn nf Tali- oi-rnct, un
lii>half of Hnny lw.__|__Mh_l hy authority
of a deed st.o-d by W. K Wo rl*arl
aI'lih conveys the rr,.wn urant nf tfnn
men limed lot ru Henry Woodward with
out any resens'ion ���hatsoevti.
Dated this ID h dty it! March   1-06, W
Litwer Om la, I) C
u. L. txmu
A_rnt for Henry Wuuilwtrd.
NOTICE
Thirty ilav�� sficr ^ate I Intend to snplv to
the hon'I'sblf iheohief oouini'ssiuner nf lands
and wnrks ' * a Hrena. to pro-pert for cn��| on
t'e f-llowl ii dearrlbed landa v__ I,ot No.
HIS. I'nwnehinm. Kic. A. Fraser.
Nt. oU^Oih Apr! IIW6.
NOTICE
Thirty diys sft.-r ft'e 1 Intend lo apnlv to
thi- lomnrabli- herhlef rnmmls . >ner of lands
and work- for a li<-n i~- tn prospect for roal nn
th- followint drarrlhed land-, vis l_ut No.
186, Tnwns-lp 91 (I. M. Hraah.
Ntfltla.lt> April. 10M.	
NOTICK
Notice Is herebv tl"n that w|ih>n fin days
fro-n da ��1 'tin-.- making appliratinn to ths
honorahle chief rommlaaloner of lands and
wnrks f .r psr i-lsalon tn wrrh**- 8. arrea of
paatute land In 'he Kam nop* division of Yale
diatrict. situated as follows: cnonntncinR at a
��'ak�� at Ihe fl w corner of lot 1137.0 I, numm.
tbence norih tfitt ���'��� ains, thence weal <0M2
chain-, south IM. chains, 'hence east 30 511
chains to pmai nf cnmmencemcnl.
March 17.1106 J. H ORmvta,
NOTICE.
Vntlce 1�� hsreby given that within WI days
from date I Intend making application to (tit
hon. chief notnmls-ln.er of lands snd wnrka fir
pnriiilSM-n tn pnrchas. S_0 acres nf nasitire
land ln ihe Kainlnotw dlvi-ien of Yale district
situated as follow.: commenuint st a stake at
threw corner of Ihe land lfltl i hains doeeast
nf the n K corner nf 1,1-3 (11, running ihence
ea��t 4(1 ch lis, thence north so chains, thence
west 40 ehalna, theme south 80 ehalna to point
nfrot ini'n<'cm_ni.
March 17,1906. Gin. Bg��T.
NOTICE.
Vntlce Is herehy given that within sixty dtys
from date t Intend making spoiltalion to lhe  i
hnn. chief rnmmls��inn��r o( land, and works for   i
permission to nnrchase in acres nf naaturel.-d
in !he Kainlnop. division nf Yale dim rlri, situated aafnllnw :  c iinmsnelng a' a atakeat. the   \
Ht corner nf I_ot I4S, I)  1. running Ihence
tank 10 chains, Ihence watt 40c*uin , thanct   I
south 10 chains, thenee n i 40 chains to tha   |
point of Minme-i enient.           W. 0, Ward.
March ]T^��I6 |
NOTICE.
Hot ire I. h-rebj given I'M within silly days   j
f'O-i Cat* I lateao tn��l   w application mint
bO'< etd.f r ols-lnn. r   f I md. .nd wurka tor   i
p,nn -.Ion in ii.i-c-i . tb acres nf pa-tnre
I. it ui th Kh i loop, dlvl-Ion of Yalenls'riet,
m -.aied a-'��� I w-j mmmtarlng at a stake at
tuee a ts rnrr of Lot 71- O I. running ihenct
cast M cl .ins, ihence pnnh Bt hams, th-nce
west ���It e tins, heace suutb fu rhalns to the '
p->intnfe niuieaceineni.
s ti__ 17. MM, C. W. K. Thomson.
MUM
U^cqaalkd as a
Sain,i-i.p Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
ft. KIRBY, Proprietor
QUILCHE5A, B. 0.
A MONtrr H'lTKU Tkaa-M conv.nlent
���"��� ho rl for visitor- in A-h-mfi. Theh-sinf
tabic haul. Il.it ann .old balls, "nr re re-
ssaajlye .'ecu all irtins. Jcilm-mi fc I'rrklia.
propriety-rs.
Ntoa at tha
ROCKFORD HOUSE
RoiT. HcoTT. Pro|itirtor
Whtn traveling on the Nicola road.
Convenient plait lor travelets, wirhgon.i
arrnaiaiodaiion.
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Horat Shoring i specialty.
NICOLA LM<E. B C
Deposits received from   $1.00  and  upwards,
crcdiied twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Interest
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
BANKING BY MAIL
Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail.
town accounts receive every attention.
Out of
nioola n.n_-__sroi-C
A. W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
! WHY NOT
A PIECE OF THE EARTH?
Fnrkti.Hfllf* I8 seated near the junction of the Nicola
��� VI I^UdlC and Coldwater rivers with the railroad grade
withia 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
THERE ARE STILL A FEW ACRE LOTS FOR SALE
AND THSY ARE MONEY MAKERS
Good Business and Residential Lots May Still be had 50 ft. x 120 ft
PRICE $50 CASH.-Terms May be Arranged.
Fork cHflip *�� ^e the supply point for the well known
rurft_>UdlC mining camps of Aspen Grove, Iron
Mountain, Ten Mile and the Coldwater, where many properties are being developed.
Full particulars, prices, etc., on application to
G. M. BRASH,
Sole Agent THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NEWS
A   M-P-tulal Aspen Orovt wu ia
Nic It thit wttk.
f  VV. J act too ol tht Triaoglt it-ch
aat in Nitolt oo Moadty.
J. R. A. Richardt and E. I'arris wtrt
la Nicolt oo butinttt Tuttdty.
Mrt. Kirhy of Quilohtat wit visiting
with fritudt in Nioolt on Mondty.
W  U. Kimpton tnd  Dr.  S.rgttnt el
Oootltt wtrt in Nitolt on Mondty.
Messrs Giiata tnd Abtatt of Iht sir
���ay. paid t vitit to Nieola oa Mondty.
Mrt. Hiathtw lift  on Friday's ttift
for a vitit to Sttttlt tnd Sound citin.
Mrt. 0. B. Armstrong who kit been
v|oitt III for tht put wtek it now muck
better.
Miu Bullmin of tht Trianga ranok
wat ia town thit week visiting with
fritndi.
Dnntld Wtlker t pioneer nf Ounphell
ores- wat suiting In tht Nieola Vtllty
thit waek.
Good Fridty tnd Raster Mondty trt
leftl holidtyt. The Rank of Montreal
will therefore elou for those dsyt.
Mrt. Ftrr of the tO Mile hnuet on tht
.penet. Bridge rntd, wtt viiitirg wlih
fritndi at Lower Nieola nn Tuetdty.
Ret. Oenrie Mutn gave his farewell
tddrrst in thi Prethyttritu Churck on
Sundiy tvtning tn i Urge tttendinee.
H L. Roberta, ge era! merchant tt
8nentee Bridge wta in NicnU laat week
aad paid t visit to Quilthtnt befort returning hn_te.
Rev. D F tnd Mra. Allan tnd .MM
trrivtd on ihi Ktwiloopa >ttte Monday
frit Nakusp Mr. Allan will have
thargx of iht Prrthyttrjtn Churck work
in Nicolt Vtlley.
L. Quinvillt and F. Key of Mtmttit
Use thipptd two carloads, of cattle list
wtek froa lavnna. Seven head branded
Q on right htp and 34 head arrowhead
brand on right hip.
Friende of Judge Spink will regret tn
learn that tlthough apparently improved
in health tnmi timt ago, he ia atill far
frnm well, and will not ba thle to rt
suae hit dunes for some time to cone.
Jamtt Chapmen and Mra. Chapmen nf
The Korkt passed through to Quilehent
latt wttk. On thtir return they ttnpped
ottr tt Nitolt fnr tht ftrtwell to Rev.
Mr. and Mn. Mason returning to thtir
home oa Tuetdty.
���tockralten Attention I
We htvt rtotivtd t consignment of
Fly Fat�� 60o. t tin; tliotric tpriytn
11 60. Kvtry rtnchtr thnnld tknnld
kite it and ttt it Thott whu havt triad
ll once, alwtyi keep s tupply in thtir
titbit*
Tbt Peoples 8tort.      A. R. Ctrringtot.
Carnngton's Silver Let! ttt It tke beat
���Oct. tea on the ntrktt. It it a 8ns
���range pekot, t tirtight ttum tta.   Ne
house tottplslt without it.
Get Armitrong't prion on til kindt of
boildiog mtttriil. d- art, wiudowt, unit,
painU, paper, lumber, ate,
Carrington't Ooldta Ltaf tea It tht
vtvy inwt flowery oranga pekoa. !���
ported and packed especially for as. It
���beoloul. tke fiaeet tu on tht aarkel
*w teats a potod
CHATHAM  INCUBATORS
and BROODERS
Don't Keep Btnt
 Mtkt Tbtm  Kttp You	
Chatham Incubators ara made la Canada
aid there tre thou>an_a In use. giving en
tire selis-eCLton. Kverj machine _u-r*n
teed. Now Is the time o -otn-ie-ee work
and tet your earl) chickens. Hirtis batcheri
aarl; ln March are worth three timet u
much as birds haiclied In May or June.
Prices and Catalogue on Application
LEEMINCS HARDWARE
KAMLOOPS
Butlntet Loeala
If you wtnt high class up to dalt Boott
tod Sheet go to Artnitrong't. Spring
ttock jutt trrived.
Ctrrington't Oildm Iittf ttt it tht
very finett flowery oran.t teko* Imported tnd packed etperially for us. It
tlsolattly tht hnest tes on the njirkit.
60 teate a pound.
Pure honey in the tomb it Armitrong't
Cirriigton't 8ilrtr Ltaf tta it tht beet
Met.   tet on  tht market.     Il ie I  fine
orange pekoe, a straight assam  tta.    N
house complete wlihour it.
If Neverellp Horse Shoes ire your
ehnlet eome tnd PLEASE ynurttlf.
SIZES 11<> 6 it F 0 Puge's, Nioolt.
Ctrrington't Silver Leal tet it tht bnt
ftOot. ttt nn   the  market     It it a  fint
range pekoe, t ittight assam tta.
No houtt enmplete wiihoiti If.
All road, irad lo Fork-dill. Cl. I
I t now a,id he jn on the ground floor.
You won't regret ir
Special i tier: f 10 down tnd five
monthly pay -nts of $10, securu in ti
otlltnf Int in V rt.rtale
do to Arinaiioiit't fi.r >etd, timoth),
slfalfa. hrome graaa, alaac, red clovtr mil
la���� aj-ut Whtat, ottt tnd peaa.
Ptt.it KiuitT.
A Straight Tip. Ott neit to Forks
dtlt. Don't wtit for the rush, bat get
your feet in the s��nd now.
If vol art (funking of huiljing now it
the timt to ge* your orderi eul to u tn
have the lumber dry whtn the long daya
come tnd the carpenters can wnrk with
I'lrsiuri. Remember the ntmi, Tht
Nlenlt Portable Steam Saw Mill.
Plata your oidtrt wph Tht Portable
Sietm Saw Mill, til work guaranteed
Jut* trrived,fashionable moulding knives
Wkt need to leave your h-.-s unlnished
for wtnt of moulding.. E-ige tnd grim
flooring of firtt qutljtf, will -at weir tkrit
floors mtdt nf flit grain. Window tun
���tdt lo order.
Ctrringtnn'i (.olden Leaf tea li the
vary bntst flowtry orange pekoe. Imported end packed especially for us. It
thaoluttly tht finait tti on tht uitrkit
HO cents i pnund.
HOUSE FOR SALE
OR RENT
Furnished or  Unfurnished.
Apply to
G. M. Brash,
Nicnla, B C.
Q. n. BrMSH,
Accountant and Auditor
MAI. MTATM       IMSUMAMOM
NICOLA. B C.
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public Ac.
Offlcial Admiulstrator
0_-ee.-Oe-i-_eit.al Blocs tut et Pott Oflot.
Kamloops, H C.
John D. Swaruon, B. A.
Hamster. Solicitor and  Notary Publio
titles   last of tke Canadian Ratk tf Cans-
m.rc* sottb side ef Victoria street, Kiinlooet.
Moaey te loan en real estate sectrltr.
HARNESS
SADDLES
N. J. BARWICK.
NICOLA ��� B. C
F.G.PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CARRIA3E AKD WAUON WORK
Horseshoing done in a
first class manner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
All Work Outranteed
NICOLA. & 0.
M BEATTIE
Aeoouutant.i '"iniiiissi in. Insurance
tnd General Agent.
Mtla (street sTamleeat
HARDIMAN & 00.
Land Mining and Oeneral 8uppljr A_rte
���roa���
Mltlag contractors, farm machlatrx, baggies,
cutter, sleighs eto Bead Air oar list nf firm
tnd mlnlnt properties. Keportt en mltlag pro
p riltt Ihrough the lilsi.Hr, Cable tadraes
"Atrtm." Cedet: Hromkall, Mereuag A Natl,
A. M. C. Itk.
Wankeu-t-Caaferd. Nleolt v_n,,, fc C.
WATCH REPAIRING
All kindt of Wucti, Cl��ck
tnd Jewtlry rerun d--ne in
firtt class order tnd satisfaction guaranteed. All work
entrutted to our care will he
completed tnd returned without delay.
W. M. �� A TIPBRLL dt CO.,
C. P. R. Timt lnspectors. Kamlonps
EASTER CARDS
AND NOVELTIES
A l.nr_c As-orliriont
Prayer Books, Bibles and
Church Hymnals.
In these 0 ludt wt havt t met tilt.-
tion They trt tlwiyt toctpttblt
for Enter
SMITH BROS
BOOJI8TORB
Kamlo.r, t md Venmn
NOTICE.
Estate of John Corbett
Deceased.
TENDERS will be receive, liy the under,
signs- executors of the estate ef John
Corbet., deceased, up to 13 o'clock noon, fatar
day, Ma) Wh. ISO-, for the followltg goods
aad chattels belonging to the estate
Eighteen head of horses (more or lees) cob-
slating of atvertl good mares, two jeer olds
aud yearlings; II tots hay, n ore or less; 1 ee'
farm trucks, 1 horse rake, used two seaaoos; I
mowing machine, used two seasons; I grind
stone 1 Black bellows; 1 set single htrneea; I
let double harness; I cant books; 1 buck saw
I fere plane and tools; 1 tuyere Iron, 1 tool
shtrprning hammer; I ties; ( picks; 1 mattock
7 ahoveli.; % striking hammers; I hay knife; I
hoc; 1 scythe tnd snath; I sli foot eroe. tnt
saws; I logging chain; 1 steel ytid; 1 lantern,
I head aawa; 1 drew knife; 1 steel st___rt; 1
brtoe ltd sundry uien-lls.
TERMS CASH.
Dated tt Nicola, R 0��� March 17,18-6.
A. II. CAKKINOTON,
it. 1. H  HARWICH.
Eiecutors of tht Estate of the late Joha
Corbett,
"THE PEOPLES STORE.
JUST ARRIVED -_______*
New Boots and Shoes,
Ladies' andOentlemen's
also some Tennis Shoes
We have  some choice
samples of
WALL PAPER
to select from.
Our Golden Leaf
and Silver Leaf
TEA
is the best on the market
for the price.   60c and
_(( JCIJClEd.
A. R. CARRINGTON,
Proprietor.
i
"IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH OS.'
MUM lift 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. 0-
BLAIR & CO.
-DE..L_R8 IS-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. 0.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Realdent Aftiite la Nieola for the
ROTAL. and LONDON * LANOAHHIRM FIRM IM.UM_.MOM 00.1
COUTLEE HOTEL
COUTLEE. B. C.
Jos. Richards,      -      proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicol*
District.  First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
(Hkx) BtabU-H I" Oot-eeeUea.

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