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Array (f Axru,   &-'<MArW
Endero
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s"    ii,7T    %<^  NORTHERN  OKANAGAN HERALD
mid mi
ENDERBY. B. C, AUGUST 9. 1907.
Price. $1.50 a Yeah
Summer
Underwear
of all weights and qualities.     The
Be£t Brands on the market.
looks Negligee
Shirts
in many smart patterns.   Just the thing for
the weather.
Summer Flannel Pants.
Harvey & Dobson
Mara Notes
The numerous iriends ol Mr Gee rgo
1E. Lillle will be terry to hear lhat lor
| the past iwo weeks he has not been at
' all well. His many Iriends will wish
him a speedy recovery to health.
i   Joe Doyle, the bush loreman ol the
Rothesay Lumber Co, has been busy
Additional Locals        Crowing Time at TSa Arm
J. D. McSuIre, ol Salmon Ann. was
in town lasl week on business To a
Progress representative Mr. McCuire
expressed himseli as perfectly utlalltd
Mrs. Geo, McCormlck. of Vancouver, and her daughter. Miss Saute Mc
Cormlck, are visiting Mrs. II. W
Wright.
H. N, Hendrlckson en)oyed a brlel v"*»- and very enthusiastic ever lhe
visit Irom his slater. Miss A. Hendrick prospects ol this coming Shuswap lake
aon. and her friend. C. Damktn. •<»*«• New stores are being opened up
lately. He h*s brought down th* river curing lhe past week end. They lell In 'lne* oi business not heretolore re-
a rail ol telephone poles and loadedjon Tuesday tor Iheir home In N. Dakota, presented, until now Salmon Arm, as
them cn Hal can, and also brought Last week's B C. Gazette contains " ********** ***<* ******* ******* ** * ***•
down a beem ol logs lo lhe mill, He proclamations prescribing * close se«- **** *** P'MP«'c>a 'arming district,
will soon be ecmlngtlong with more il son In Okimgaii rlectoial district i0,, h»a no«w pracllc»tly a lull complement
the depth cl water in Ihe iivet remains prairie chicken, willow pause and cl buJlnM> houses usually lound m a
mllteieni. blu« *rou" unUI ScP*' ** l»IO,and'«««iry town.
in ihe Lillooet and Cariboo districts     Wctk upon the wharf, whleh the
Mr. Kellett. sr. lell * lew day* ago fw mountain sheep (rams i Irom and Dominion Government is constructing
en a trip to the ceaal, and ihence lo alter November Mth in each year.      m „„ ,„,,, u ||)l5 ^ ^ pr9eM<jlnK
EttgUnd io p»y a visit le relative* and     Mn. T. E. Crowell returned Tues- tfttM ,i| m pl|M nov being in place
********* ^l "»»** ***** *  ****** * End-Thls is . much-nwdri aecommoda-
"T»lly" Jones is complaining »bout   ' ^ lion, the lick ct which h»s. In the p»st.
th. ,1.1. el the government read Iron,     "j^™^ io seme ..lent ,.i.,ded th. develop-
Mara .tatlon to hi* pl.ee. and says no, Afmllfoog, M tMti J w 4,
. ment ol the town    Now that access
something should be done to il. il even
Ira C. Jones, nominated by ft. ft.
to lht* arm of Shuswap lak* (rem Sal-
W
HEN IN ENDERBY
STOP   AT
TSa KING EDWARD HOTEL
THI   LEADING   HOSTELRY   0* THE OKANACAN  >*At t.UY
Visiter* to th* northern earl ol th* Okanagan Vallty. whether
land hunting, er ler pltaturt and tpen. eta de no btti*r than
make this house ihtir htadquittm, TaU* and cmttne un
facetted B*t teplele wllh linttt win**, spirits. Uttoeun. ctgin
LARGE LIGHT SAMPLE ROOMS
ati.L «. Muamr
ft«t*ea.|aai«
{>=
Wines & Spirits ££.'.,
known brtndt to choott (rom.
Harness    Trunks    Valises    AVhtpf. etc
lo be had in all varitilt* and qualities at
. W. EVANS,
J
a l«» leads ct gtavel aie h*uled le the QniXtJ ,|(d j p Jensen, was *leel- ***** ***** **** ***** mi* ****• **'
wont ipcu. Thete are ethen besides ri by acclamatien cn Friday last, a*, McGuit* believes that the Arm will be-
' Tallv" who wculd b* glad to si* this aldttman. to lilt ih* v»c»ney en ih* com* a tavorit* r*soit ler loututt and
raid li*«d. and (lx*d tight thieugh eity council, caused by th* mignwen tpertsmtn, This pan of lh* lake ua
Irom tnd lo end. ol J. C. English. '.'.uttftd ihnt ol water, calm as emill
W* are tltd to s*a that Mr. Chas  ..A ***** ****?IC,,eo, *'mt * ****]»** practically all th* Ilmt, ind |utt
... a Methodut and Pitsbyutttn church** < .a. ,jm, ,„ l-,,,,,„„„ ,_,..„,_
Ltlthialumc up the gevemmenl raid *■« i* MM on Thursday 0**1, August 1** ***[ "" ****« "* "*"«*»
item Man bridgt io ihe staiien ere**- 14, Place will be aimounctd i*t*r. ******* pleasant euting by motor beat,
tng   ll is a step in lhe right diitctiai Everybody welcem*. j»»H beat or row boat ctn bt hid.
which will bt apprtciattd by all who! w. Rrttt^ ha* toM hi* tot situated Lo'M* * **** *********** V*********
have to havt to us* tht read and.en iht corntrel Hubtit and Gtotgt also laid tvtrythiitg 10 their hurt's
crowing, e*p*ci»llyU tht crossing Is rstittt* lo H. ft. Jaouttt, Th* sal* extent, lee lish abound tn th* wattn
mad* neater to th* bridge Ihan the!***** ********* ** **• Gumming Mr a ,(,, ukt tnd oil th* msuths el th*
pr««i. o« u;«thu win «.W. «h.Jii^^1^;jiq[^_rU',nd ^ «^ •hich .^, u«o it.
people 10 make* mere di'tcltaoung. Allien at* coming into the district
^",!!!.bVh* «"*/','*",*' 'patiml&mTSi*,Th. ^;»i«*fc •**.*.«.«. ****■
pteptt hart havt wanted lor a Itag ^ mcw4 wtteot'mal cuing*, ** ****** * ************** **** ****
tlmt: via,, an epen croumg aad anj Ira C Jtnea had ih* csi.iract, .rarer so   Cl course. Iruit growing is
open station yard cisatd al both tads ur, A Hirptt hai pur^htttd Item ** ****** *********m- *** **** *******
by caul* guards to ptevrnt animals |n C June* a c»ii*g* iituiitd en Ur<ds »it preving te be the very best ol
Irom wand«nn( akntg ibt track to the Stcamtus read, ' leutteitt ler the growtiitt hardy trees
danger tl th* iraus. uV puKic and tht F Buttttt and party relumed Ircm and lh* preductteo et all temperate
anlmala IhtatlMlvrt tad let* 10 ihtn a tu we*k> ■■ sa ItuiU, et til vatietie*. lht *a*-u*l si
ewnttt,   Swtrilii««*.lii*ly wthiv* lheiierth sheet el dn w**i*in»tm el «hich eanaei btkund tht Pietriitc*
BMIctd Ihli lht irtutt had l» sk*        " "   H'TSiIm *m   ****** *** ***** ********
.  .   , .. „ - eaptrteocaa vt areiu art nip. ana 111        .
down and whistle .ante aaih* Hack.' ^ j^g te n*un. 10 Endtiby and ******* ****** ** aaiaaawtl* ee the
H, Blurton hia com linker croitiM «i«luaiu*.   Whilt ea Ihe inp Mr boxam lands, liera which geed tttutm
1^. ek. r„i„,^. tu .. 1 »*.. t*j.   Bmt*t ditestrtitil an Mteiu.tr Mtt ai* mad*
it tstt.^ it_rj^" ♦-    ■ t**^ "S •** ****** ******** *>* **********
*M taptcu ts be tack in nmeu be rfttatiil.,, ^ ^htampltahieuthi p,i,ir tt antntd. ctockidaa- Mr Me
Italy ler tht Ml* a* toon aa the pint u apptir to be iieh ere, and 11 u Quttt. aad betoe* aaethtr tummet hat
'■»■" -  ' t.htta*r»i: white tome and gone, tnormeua*tttd«a et
JimMm i» th. »^h,i. n .—.. *** ********* *"-"***<*** »» t*** *» prorata w« hat* bttn mtdt.
JitiSH ** lh* numb** tl etttt-iy ^ «« been louwd. and ifcuuM eairy   ,
lktp.lhtliewVtrWe*iU«m-ryii,«ilb« high geld vjuri
deiinullt a Iscal hainea m 'Uftr'  I    |gr< q,^ Hatpa and Mi F, Ha* SowmlUa
i uppett lha "deg daya" are tht ctute uid hive bttn apptwitd CommiiiWi     -_...._. * "
, el ihu ihiral tr* le* taklnc AllMUtiu tn lht Sutaemt . ^*?"m
1   u»   1,^ iy.in,.d ,. m^im. » Court Itr tht prptm ol actntg under !___? ^?__*5M *
Rrptara^a 8^1,, l^'J^MmtXm*^^ *£•"-»*■ Aet^a, to R"«J* »J
r.k.r^^««», Mi^Cadtoi. **•* waneMtlLime:
ENDERBY  a.. «...«, *be m. _«3 w*riu J^TZ fcSrJ^tt JTrmrSS1
 '  £knatiri&MS_---!L<^h? &*■*"»»• * \w» "- * SaavSSZ,
>.: Wtdrmday »«M ut lht »«li« tkr. amZ wttowont
!"• B aeaq
e   iht Kan
r - ■ .
ltd mat ihe
ip Lake and
■ .a" •■-   ■
<    Dm agh
water Mum
- • .,, ,
.. Mra lhal
-
"lift el about T109G per
Between Week and *hlte« *>m« ****** ****»**»**** say* tb-  H«n.uk.  Mid-HtraM. SSadai
iii'™ ft* diytiawad elsa.auti pyaya^mma fenttt linefs* tht sheut  ,ba n-n r
110 mjre marked than the they wttt M to be.,mim*amH direlMi MiAithui.a*rBaa> t».«. l^iiSt,
diilerence between the Telle! „W,T,,JW *V tow,li? m f"
Requtsliei we sell and ihsae •«««« m im i*m**atm at* **.***   it* •*•* ■
ih*th* eaa gtltgetd efceiea Itwii >*arlu htht-t .- ■     .- t
sold by tome Other concent, matt tf ih* (unites htrt.   Tht Mir* ireaei  Mil ti •    *       1 i<t w thtltntt Ut*? heat * l*tt* *tif# el val
.    araatt moilly el ihe cpitpcri thit wene lne 'h* re*■ '!at> limbtr toidi   Mr UtC,
best go-xls can be sold lor   Our reputation has been built
this, and we niil maintain it
reasonable price, try us and you -<vill not be disappointed
We stand squarely on a plat* * m*. tmtaa, withtem* catnui t* ws»k f^aaani .
Iahi. nt fl„.lilu-^,t.ilt. flaa.1   ****** *** ***** ****** ***** **'*' ' *!<l9" *">**** * **
lorm ol quality-quality tlrst. tni Wf Umm mrt
then as h* prices as thc •  '
■ ...
n *'• «atl piact* wetked Iw* aia eewpteatd ol lb*  -
let a 1 tth r*H Utge ir,    -
For eood  hlah class eaods at *****   w« ***** ** ******* *»a- * w*»**t 1^. ***** ***** *****
"' matt, and wtlet thai u tMiw|_««4 theMhe«i
by »ay ether ptrl tl the itita>»;ft. *M
. iht priets art vtry rt_*n«*M
-1 *»d vat Mi ce*l$Sfty
■•  LaiBttn at - .
wi tuna*** ler lht cer>np**.y
Ii is alts said thai tuber p.-
.- th* Adair-      r*
■
-    **titttt ameum. n it their intwettm
Tht en* ttlhetsheldUtei wttklyItew««,i******!
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TSt Enderby Drug k Stationery Co., Ltd.
Cliff Strr-- H x 77
Assaulted by Indians
JAMES MOWAT
HEAL  ESTAiF    ■:..       ■
LAND  AGEliT CON        '
ns.i.t m.or a. tNhaaSY. a. C.
**'**> **' £-■■'       ■       EnterlainmMt. at Thc Arm
>aaMe»man    Aimag ».»--m..i
lht bus **.'t It*-
Tht Wthl eetrtlar at Notch HIR pawtfMMtlP Citttttai' '   ' '      '
• - ,
hit turted ttrga reeaa thtutwh tba mt ^
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A't ■.;.;■■      ..'-,,,. ..,-.,.{-.       -.--,.,,       ■     ,(      ..-     .
■■*    ,- "   .    *   .-.-,,•       -ft -,■■_   -ii ik. •'    a im aaa 9m Staadua     '-    11
• ardtllh* tttpmil i '  -      109, Uw
•ale* etaiaaiif mer..        i gcM itaiihtseh
*»!ch tatr tf ftymp"
■ Ti.h ENDEUBK ntOUlUiSS & :. IRTUSRN OKANAUAN HERALD
Iiii''. PROGRESS
h'lrl   tlv
LM      w l     l\
• JE    SUIS   PRET."
Pentlcton 1
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ng, Is utter i
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and our shippers i    busi
ist see l
.
IA1
Ion si
PETER
BURNET
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lie reapec 1.
:              ...
Furnace
Nothing mean or stingy about the ath.ptl of tho "MAGNET"
Furnace. It'* the entire width of the Furnace* Good and deep,
t.e-.  Easy to remove the oslia* from such n comniodloua rcc-pi.ti'le.
And thlt large, roomy pit alTorda lot* of space for lha «ir lo
circulate Give* iiie draft* a chance to draw wall- work perfectly,
Fumnce burn* th* fuel to a lint ash, Gnttta don*t u.'t *.'l.*|e;t;caJ
with pnrllallj burned piece* of wood   .i fault common lo (unmeet
villi Mil.ill ie-1   pits.
W. E. Banton
Ft>r all-round sallsfnctlon, buy the " MAGNET. "
lH_w.   ^ s
V
LO.L.No.446
A. I. & A. M.
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| e !,'■ a    ,   > *..-
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Sure
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in :lic
Iliiill for wood,
l.ttt will tils.,
lun n coal,
large roomy |
Ash-pit
S..I.I lea enter.
prUlrau dealera
A. Fulton
LOCAL AGENT
Church Services
S. George's Church
Holv Communion:   1st. and -ttIs
Sundays In the month, II a.m.; 3rd
and Sili Sundays in lite month, 8 a.in
also on Saints' Pays at 8 a.m.
Matins:   F.vcrv Sunday, except lite
.lllel III tilt 111   llll.   I *■   I ne
1    Litany;   3rd and 5ilt Stir. -.,
ihe month, ll am
EvENtsot.ei; Every Sunday, 7 30 p in
Also on Fridays al 7.30 p.m.
Sunday School;   Every  Sunday.
10 am.
Holy Baptism  by arrangement
Mission of S. John the Evangelist, Salmon Arm.
Services conducted by the Vicar on
2t d, Sunday In ihe monlh.   On all
ether Sundays by Lay Reader
Rev. Francis Vernon Vbhablbs
Vlcir.
Methodist Church
'    Divine  services every Sunday at
7.30 p.m.
Sunday School and Bible Class at
2 30 pan.
Prayer meeling, Tuesday, at 6 p.m
A. N. Miller. Pastor,
St, Andrew's Church
Services at 11 a.m.   Sundiy school
Kev. D. Campbell. Pastor.
a   **-
Note, end Com:..
A WOMAN'S
TESTIMONY
Why
LOUR?
;   II
i       Us results,   1 have
and some have
BEST
ll
an      - nothing but
•
TB" Columbia Fiour-ix; Mills Co., Ltd.,
.,-. ^
Synopsis of
Canadian ll.ee    ... .et Ri-gultOoM.
t\\    .ie.illlill.'      Iiiiii     I	
with te  il.i'  lliaelnea)   Mt  In llnu-h
. t.ai.i l-i    iu>  i«  ti-i.e. :, tiled   *«
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i   leiiiitlj,   ...      ian>'   meitie   lllll       I1*
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Knirj   line-1 Ik   mail    |.- llll .1
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Ili I     ll   Kla.atl   Itai    I aii.l   I.   .|, nt.
Tl,-      lii.eii. .u-i.l.-r  |.   required    -..
■ rfiirm    n.    ... Mill •- ee,,.-t,a|
h r**lili im v- ■• •■ ol ii.i- folio*
IHtt   t'laae.'
I
iaa,.i a
Lis. with me for a Qyick Sale in
/ -—1907—
, stil propei ty in any part
• -ices
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id,  the  ta.|iiitii,ient. n«  tn
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alt-a-  at|ea,n  Ilea-  ..i-l  lai.el
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COAL.—Csal ittirur; r'fteu r>*» I*
AH00 rtr »-••    t." ■
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tt eamrttiy.  »t*t«ity »t dn
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ta   w. i-tH'.v.
ll .illy   Mlnl.l't eel th- l
ML-1 *t ih .1  A    m .i      ■     r
It  ,       >,m  Kill  aae.i e
Seeds    Trees
Plants
Weak K
r*
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iS I AND DIVISION.
*
.
NO Seedier
Apples. NO C
reliable varielli
Fertllll
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ind if B
.    )Utl   Cad
ible prices
nr/Puntft,
-.tret*, tic
t   cn   lht
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M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERI ES
t.e.a* tie- nr a are*   \,., MoutaH
B C
PS II ycut local mtt 'tot* do
rl handle my seeds, send dit' I
pttpty (Illy tickets, asserted vitlelles
A, ajarden ***d» in&cpapeta -
slock i, to yew n*are»i Pail Ollfet ler
J100. twenty packet* ler ECc trial
ceBaction.
m
cyon
v;q
Tiec Enderby Drug & St.it'y Co.
Wm. A. Matheson
Hot Springs SanUarlum
No* unit, tht maniftmenl ol
tlaaitv   Mil-nosH.   Hillmin House
Hsasltnd
The MM... WMMI •• H. ry*a art tbr
trettl  Ml*tl—I    e   Ha  »•! 1       *   **lftM
•*M*   i lad kiii*».
'tr ttitaitin I .it, KtdMr ant SwmMk
.  ... ■       ■»  ettht KM M tr tart
■-  I'nT.i    U**l**|NMa
T'-rat 1," '     III   ft*   a.:       F», Isteitr
?«".-% .-. are.-  H
Halcyon Hot Spring*
Arrow Lrle. Il C. "/
THE ENDERBY PROGRESS ei NORTHERN OKANAGAN HERALD
SALMON ARM
Weekly Budget of Interesting   News   and Doings  ol
Thriving District, from our Regular Correspondent.
that1
Salmon Arm is growing, but
Is as yet pretty much an infant.
A good healthy child all right,
with prospecls of the bilghtest
for a brilliant career, but still in
Ihe creeping stage. It is, how
ever, time It was bracing up,
and starting to walk! What do
we wanl: Why, we want a
score of things, but chief among
them arc the following: —
1. A new school, with a high
school department.
2. A first-class hotel, up-to-
date in every respect, to cater
to the better class of trade, and
R. K. Scules was a business
visitor In Vancouver this week.
Fred. Simpson returned from
the coast on Monday and will
spena a few days wish the Wilcox's before going cn lo his
home In Virden, Man.
Rev. John Calvert was a
visitor In Kamloops this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hanson ol
Revelstoke were ln lown this
week attending to the last sad
rites In connection wnh the
burial of their son who p.issed
away on Thursday Inst while
imMtu.*tMWmmiaTrJWmv^~ilx^T.rm,'ia*MW:.'^ia*^
IF IT'S IN OUR AD.    IT IS SO Wi-  AIM TO PLEASE EVERY PURCHASER
one that will give our district a1 visiting al the home of Mr. E.
reputable name In all parts of! Toombs The boy nad been
the country, and bean attrac-i»u»erlng   from   consumption
Much sympathy Is being expressed for the bereaved parents.
The baseball boys expect tc
journey to Kamloops on Wed
nesday Aug. 14. to try csnclu
slons with the team there. A
good gafhe Is anticipated.
Hon to the travelling public.
3. A more respectable post-
office, with competent facilities
for handling mail, and a more
reliable and efficient service.
4. Waterworks,
5. A telephone system.
The past year has been a
fairly good one. Building has
been brisk, and all departments
of business Increasing by leaps
and bounds; but, sticking out
boldly and unblushingly above it
all. Is a palpable lack of public
spirit. "Every man (or himself," and "hang the community
at large and the other fellow's
Interests." seem to be ths prevailing sentiments. Ol course,
there is an element of selfishness In the manifesting of a
public spirit, lor. in advancing
the Interests of the community,
we work In a measure tor our
own Interests: but. unquestionably, an aggressive public spirit
Is our only salvation from stagnation and the appellation Of yoursell la »ecirtig lor your district a
• ...**. m ••.__   ^Liili   uaril Il_   ■•..1.. luu. _. a I al  ..^
NVESTMENT
Is the Order of the Day
gaRBgLEi'Jg^.jWrTir'.-.agT. mavj" r' ■■'-:-:); £__-.*-_- cwi«-i»iaia:s;'i'H» .«:
Get ir on Something
Send (long all your notices In regard
to churches, clubs. Isdges, or other
associations to the EriDiauv Paoaaaaa
k NomiimH Okanaoah Htaaui. as
well as your "Fer Sale", er "Wanl" id-
vsrtlstmenls. Our piper Is lh* besl
advertising medium In the district of
St|mon Ann and country surrounding,
and H will seen be a visitor Into every
heme in this thriving settlement. Especially is tl an excellent medium lor
wint advertisements, Do yeu want any
thing? erds you wish to sell anything or
possibly exchange? Try an advertisement In Ihe Pro3*I!<3 It Nomiiaaii
Okanaoan Humid, and be convinced et
itt etticacy, V/e art aiming lo publish
THE paper tor the Northern Okanagan.
and with this gjal In view, we art
pulling Icrth every alien. Byhe'ptng
ui In ouretlerti, yeu will be htlpingl
TOWN LOTS
are nearly all Sold, and lhe Price due to raise
Next Week.
NOW is the time to Buy!!
APPLY TO
McCallum & Wilcox,
SALMON
ARM
r:*t>ii:,i_r;j4_jn;.'^_-raj
J
"backwoods." We have every
advantage—the finest district In
the Interior, the most fertile
soil, the greatest extent ot country tributary to our town, and
most favorable conditions: and
we ought to have the most up-
to-date little city In the country
piper which will be liuly reprMtntilive
Home Circle
Should an acquaintance tread
on your dress—your best, your1
v:ry best—ana by accident
I -.ir li, how profuse you ate with
But what have we?  The factjywr "Never mlnd-dani ihlnk
remains, lamentable but all too^ of il—I don't care at all."   It a
true, that our neighbors are farj husband does it he gels a frown j
In advance o» us.   The new-
comers are doing what they can.
but It Is up to the old-timers to
put their shoulders to Ihe wheel
to h^ld the though! ot progress; they are    A ger.tlc.nan st
firmly—and hustle, brace up. at a Mend's hiuse andiln^
loosen up. help up. and cheer in confusion.   He doesn't
up!
Rev. J. C. Robertson,
eral secretary .ol Ihe Presby
It nettling worse: II a child it is
chastised,  "Ah. these arc lit .le
things." say you.  They te!! on
the heart, be assured. Utile as
ps
ill
ee
anything to apologize lor—never
| thinks of such matters—everything Is all right—cold supper
w   —cold room'
terlan Sunday school ol (S "pcrfec,!y cor
6 He Salmon Arm
Livery Stables
Mis wife h is been
taking care ot the sick ones
and worked herJife almost out.
jAh
da. will deliver an address In the ?f*__°!_r.
Presbyterian church on Thursday evening. August 8. on the ...
"Relation of the Sunday School . J_""I?**'^'.""i*
to the Church and Home."     : J* J"**. ^^J»«'
never were su;n cross Children
Jas. Evans reports a very'bet-ore" Why n : b=p-.Hteat!
successlul business trip to Cal-home? Why nut use freely'
gary and other points tn Alberta -foe golden coin of courtesy?]
last week H w : xtel they sound. ■."
A meeting dt ihf Htle »wds. "thank you." or,
ihe fall (air was held in McCal "you «« very kind." Doubly,
lum's office on Saturday night yes. trebly sweet, from the ijps
last. All arrangements for thei*e love. when heart-smiles
fair are progressing very favor make lhe eye sparkle will
ably, and prospects are bright clear light ol affeciin Be
lor the most succesclul Exhlb-1 polite to your children I
Itlon in ihe history of our district' you expect them to be mindful N' jopwj mem
AptaWBMaiAJ&Smr WKITrri
Jackson & Parker.
this is the nltce locome.
jure! •the*! JfOU w»r'
'.1'
aft tig ,   -atrial
A  general   drayint*
Diuineifl transacted.
Detail
•
r.r.Vir'. &
Contractor*
witKi'. \hm
pro
* trial
Come!
to S. II. Lawniiti-
Mr. Ralston of Vancouver
has purchased ten acres of the
McCuire properly taking orchard and house and will erect a
large modern hotel upon it at
once.
Tenders have been called tor
the new Methodist church, and
*ork on ihe building will com
menee
of your welfare, to grow glad at
your approach, to bound away £*
to do your pleasure before your «--*„_ ,
request Is hall spoken?   Th:-
wllh all your dignity and auth-        •:
lly mingle politeness.   Give lt| *
a niche Ir
pie.   Oi .
the tru.;
Into the world really 'i:
gentlemen ani Indies
Tti*
FOR
Tackle, Plcl
-"ball Goods, etc.
Fancy Store
in camp on riettJ  at
MOUNTAIN OH *HORt
te.  e   , , .,   | , ,
I'   .'           I ,
l*M*l »lti .    » ■. ;i !•   ■■.,: „,,
< HUUtl I « . .    1 .. »„
fcaa-a-'H ■,
ill !*!!*& MTMI, tMTMl
•»HU TtUSvWiUtC
4*1*1 •jtatet It-f^Ut- *«.4  l*t*-*<  WH il,*
Ml *..\«.    «-..   ,  ... , , .
1*11*to, mm atrip tlttt.   , , ■ .  t   ,
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llr<*    tta,
tt.
J. Ml M **.•   IMVI A   I
r n. it !**»;
* tiOvtpt*
Mm THE EMitl'liV 1'KOGHESS _ Nbl'.'XKEUN OKANAGAN HERALD.
Bound To Please
2l. v»^ '> t. cRit ic ai. i ;<> t__t:s
fTOWN 9b DISTRICT
. NOTES.
I      ' ■    En lei
I ... .
II    . • A« ,rJ Si   I >i     1904
r
ANNEX
TO SALMON  ARM
Townsite NOW ON Tin-MARkl'.T
Closest Lots that Ccn be Bought
near Station and New Wharf
the other f i
iber Co. ol wh
2 Victoria Cross Lime Juice.
Fruits in season.
Boots and Shoes for Summer
Wear.
The latest shapes in soft and
hard 1'elts.
Summer Underwear in lightweight wool and halbriggan
WHEELER & EVANS
TS-iaa^rjnzA^^-rAX..-sfimrA
ch al England '
■ atg, We have everything necessary (or a comfortable, pleasant drive
The Beft Horses and
lhe Fineft Rigs in the Valley.
I tijfitttj sitil Hauling cs.nltaetetl lor.   Terms reasonable.
MATTHEWS k EVANS ENDEMY
ri   thereby.
r air Iriends
end upon Ir-
svallow. io
)
Bank of Montrea.
Cattltl. alt pt*A op.il rO,rtO
* I
HIA!'   <
i LARGE
iTOCK OF
NOW
ON
HAND
v_
rst etajr m tht valley    Wall burnt bucks tl rtuonabl* prices.
Urge or Small Quantities
TSa Enderby Brick 9b Tile Co.    .   derby. B.C
A General (Uniting  tu
, f' e J
Savings Bank ; ",,;l,:nl
i.._— i■*■_—_—* in i *.
a' i     V
D 11 T H. 11   :
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SAY!
'
i ULTON'S
Hot Weather Speciaties:
'
,
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Our  Stock  i*f    -Tinware   t    a very
complc l    ' '
Ve* iiimiiiiiii nwiiMiif
HARVEY & DOBSON
\.t IS
LADIES' DEPARTMENT
.   ntana
We have on Display a
Choice Selection of
■
TRAY CLOTHS
■ ft.* :i   fHS
■TABLE CENTRES
C» te tht Kietst tvtr ihcam in Endtttqr
SHIRTWAIST   PATTERNS
PARASOL   PATTERNS
____n_ae_-
Full Line of nCorticelli *'  Silks
Full Lines of Ladies' and  Children's
Wt.tr Always on I land.
1.  Cum h
\i
A Itl    .
Citv    B     rr   Sliun     i -
1
. a .   .    iv*that**!
--ti» ■    lhal'i *hi
EnglUh Lady * Saddle
•
Wanted
ItutiiaiK
it
- ti Csatfaol*
For Sat*
D T FORBES
Real Estate
.fceC-erewslCommiiiloti At*-. <
A-.- panoa having Twn or
Karm Propttty lui Sale tltoM
till IM s*m« trilh m«
-     '
:'
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To all requiring •toM^J.J. '
" G"o. R. Sharpe
,   .   , • <--»-it!ics" ami
tietipM abasMatoiiCrfJs will b* gtadiy matM
• • Shoop, Racitte,
i;'-   'Wis till • Prtreti-
————— l;s,., liUle Candy-Cold Cute tablets.
itante, nothing
(I ■    f*t«teretl<u6t*eren!
t ih* nam* imjiliaa- «htn
■■•'■/. at it Ihe "SMtt* Sl*|«".
• a.
■'.■-.'■■- rih i'retentict.
• ■':■*-; AaiismtyCo.

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