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THE   EDENOGRAPH
Volume 2.   Number 22.
ENDERBY, B.C.. OCTOBER II. 1905.
Pp.  i. $2 a Year
Quality is Everything
Be Comfortabl*
That's just it!
The place to obtain the necessary articles to make you
so is at Harvey's.
Blankets, Quills, Comforters,
Warm Clothing
(or men, women and children.
Heating and Cooking Stoves
In fact, everything to make you comfortable during ihe winter at very low prices
foi cash.   We need the money.
LATE   PERSONAL   ITEMS.
T. G. Bel! returned on Monday irom
Ihe (air.
Mrs. W, Monk and lainily relumed
yesterday Irom a visit to (riends
•a ihe coasl
Miss E. Glbbs left on Thursday lor lhe
uld country, alter a pleasant lime
■pent In Enderby visiting her brother,
Mr. R. R. Glbbs.
The Dominion Fair closed on Saturday last villi an attendance ol IO.-
000 to witness lhe lacrosse game between tho Capitals of Ottawa and New
A I'RISIM'AIION
In  inl     .' '
[an Me
Hedley.  I ll       I
in ihe Methodist Sunday school gave a
surprise parly at their home on the
1 Friday last, seme M ll
maidens participating, taking Mr. and
Mrs. Pyman completely by surprise,
owna 816, Nananii • 806, Edmonton During tl •. i.irig an address was
577, Slralhcona SIO. id, ccupled wiih a presentation el a
In the racing two local horses ligur   serviceable carving set    An enjoyable
ed prominently.    T G Bell's  Nellie e;enlng was spent by all
Emmet  being liral In the 2,40. and     ll is wnh sincere  regret  that  we
Tlte sympathy ol tlte whole com
munlly goes out lo Mr. and Mrs. R.,
I Mowat In the death ol their baby, on
| Wednesday last week, at the age ol Westminster, the Utter winning by a v   young ol" Armstrong  look  first learn of the contempUted departure el
! three months. ""•" '"  ' '' *   '• money In the 3-mlnule trot and third Mr. Pyman and his goad wile front our
Miss  Ellen Smith, who Uleacmngl/.!^ '    Though almestsltingers tout
Lar   Kamloops spent the lew davr* , history, and     Jvo |oc>|  horMJ  „„„, ,_,,„  ,„ ye, we (ee, ,,_, ,„ ,,, imj ,05W
though In all olher ways a great sue- competlI|0n •„ ihe Clydesdale stalllona|themgo. lor both are held in the highest
cess, (leianclally It was not. on account MC||on   Hwe F -   Wllllcr-S Cttai wlwlu by ,hsw w,,h whon, ,n,y have
ol the unlavorablo weather conditions. M GM „u pllC(ld ,h(rd ,nd T 0 ^^ in «.„,,£,.    Th, M,ihsdiil
lhe management expecting to hive to m-t jtrltilVoii (ourlh, church will feel iheir lias, Hid
face.dellclt of nearly $8,000.   Th, !pUcewillbeh,rd.oi.!l,lorbSiii-
prixemoneywillbepaldinlul,. a ^ J^      ^R _ y   1^ -,-_»,£, hmi Indelal
MiwnoNBHMBafrucaLiii it Demn,n. Ih, |udg, 0I the Irult esi '        »" inches of chu-
In the best district exhibit competi- .. n.„ Uy..„„,n.,., „ l„„. nlu|ii.
holiday last week vlslllng at her home
here, returned to her charge on Saturday.
There are. says the city clerk, several dogs around lown, the owners of
which have nol paid iho license. He
hopes lhat the parties responsible will
come forward and pay.
new lield ot business, we Ieel lhal we
H. W. HARVEY,
 1
Merchant 5
-J
Mrs. Broderlck enjoyed a few days'
visit last week Irom her brother. Dr.
Lawrence, of Vancouver, who together
with Mis.  Lawrence, were returning
| lion Ihe Armstrong and Spalhnncheen may be ol mleresl.   Mr. Van Dentin,
' Agricultural Society gained third pUce. u)d: | think yeur exhibits ,rt |^ht>re voicing the seittimenls el th, whole
i tolng bracketed with Burnaby in allot creditable to any Iruit -rowing country ■""""'"''''	
therefore giving the northern portion ol Comparing It with Ihe display at th.
Ihe valley the Just rlghl to the title ol por,_„4 foir, | may uy lhat I saw Imt'
General Merchant
1M.1KBY.
l Val
■
visttel Ihe mouth ol Ihe
n
Look
here! I
o'Cheap Lumber
What do you
Think of this?
home from an eaalern trip.   They lelt. u,, banner district ol lhe Okanagan, dillerence, except in the qu>
lor the coast on Friday. , There were fifteen entries, and that and there are nol so manyi
Tenders are being asxed lor the ex- j competition was keen may be fudged Yeur apples ire |ust as good. |ui I - ' wl",n     '    '
cavallon ol a dllch running from llie from the fact that there were etily 38 |lrs,. ,„d |ust as hindsome as ll
bank ol Iho river along tho north side points between Ihe lira! three pasiilons. „ ,.„ Lewis and Clark-  lair, a A N-{w p__;,
of Mill street loa point hillway be- Ungley, the winning exhibii. lead In perhaps, hut i little better.   You have j   u   .    ,    ',     ,        __,_. .,
the number of points lor dairy produca ev.ry nsm l0* proud ol your coun- J'J^i . ^ taTSudf
wlih a score ol 23S ou, ol 250. and try _,. lnlll grow,,* section, you have;iS^^lS'tXS
lled wl,h Armstrong in arrstigemen, by lh, wlll ,„„ lh..bill,: ^TZtfT SL,   «
country
....
tween Maud and Belvedere streets.
Hon. Sydney Fisher slated that dur
Ing his lour ol the Northwest he had
190 out of 250.   Armstrong was high- ,0 com, will become a big fa I
| tW|  r:    .
nulad ihu B. C, Ml had entire ly>     Mnr (or graln, a;„a ^c_tttr_ m^
IT fi      , , EJ^ "*•whl" Burniby lHj '" »"""«    " •-«« *** «*aiubia yeu aho <
whlchhad previously controlled the; ffulu. wllha5Core „ ,„,„„ m „,  ,„, „„ ^^ m „ ,m „__,, tarn n lb.iKm
I spectlvely.   In Iresh Iruli Langley re- _an Jose scale ind the codlm moth, " '.'
n ..',,-t
Dry Boards and Dimension Timber, from $8 io SIO per M.
Shlplap,       -
Flooring. Celling. Siding.
From Ihe  advance agent ol  iheleelved 250. Burnaby 225, Armstrong With the exception ol this D-sminitnj
Harold Nelson Company we gather 205.  Richmond  200. Ashcroll 200, exhibition I have yet lo mend the ex-
..   that they will pUy in Enderby on Tues- Saanlch  215.  Kelowna 165, Vernon hibillen where fruits ire i featur-
512 per M. day 0c|obcr |7l|)    ThlJ a^pny Xi and Kimloops 195. Salman Arm 185, without running across eilher
from SI5 per M. Up probably the besl lhat has ever loured! Kelowna IbS. Chilllwack  145.   The diseases or  insect  pests.     I   •
tlte west and should not be missed.      loial number ol points gained by each ,1,^, to sound a word ol twrmng.
*«r Any clher Information will be furnished on Inquiry at    The      ,      ,    d (he Elldetb I °>" •'»v*****9 2-000 *": »mi caution you to be en your guard,
our office   We respectfully solicit a share of your patronage. D|1U . ,„„„„ „?,,. kM „lh_|   Ungley M95.
-.ere il
- its
: * ire grown
which will have our careful attention
26th  and  27th ol this month.   All
Armstrong 1-157. Burnaby 1-157. Saan- line thai is ellen diseased.   Ycu must:
ported.   The
! by Win. A-h! ei'v. <I East!''
by ic. ' Mv* «mi up
along wnh a
•
lung melsns
' alth Ihe other
•   -   '
thoroughly tp but not nearly ao Uig«
jlch  1332.  Chilllwack  l.lio. Vernon have a rigid quarantine
lh, KAMLOOPS LUMBER CO.. LTD m.mb« no. having p.ri .heir annua; |2__ ^^ m<) ^^ w_ ^ fc J ^
la  il   the
aa the enea gtewn in mote aouUt-rit
Deer Park, ™" ^ wl
Sale
10 pure bred Tarn-
worth sows In pig,
from Imported reg
l'-.,l..!-\. D. C. '•« 'ot lhls ***** *'* *****i* requested
__^_—_—— to attend and bring along the n<
R.   E. Wiietun. Captain: W. R,
Hancock, Secretary.
R Kenneth Lindsay, western manager lor Ihe Family Herald k Weekly
Star,  who  made  a trip through the
valley last week, said lhal while al-
Islered   SlOCk.     A  lew Tamwortll Xtna„g the several big prairie fairs he
boars. Ill for service.   Three or four _,,„, ,„ «.„,„., w„h many ,_„„„,,
good milch COWS, fresh In milk. u,*^, mtend coming to the Okanagan
^————————^^———   this fall and winter, and he predicts a
WALTER E. TRUESDALE.    Imve5',oMhe'Ml "w*'"""
The strawberry was not lo be oul-
E»J«.l.y DC "* , ittinhy. B.C. done by ihe October raspberry.    F.
Real Eaiaie »...l lia-uraece. -yV,^ on lne Salmcn Arm read, wh;
C «•_•»•» R"» A 20 Payment Life Policy hM b«en ^rim^ll*"!'!
-^ilQDS  F laic late strawberries, brought into the cfllce
^       "     MWW • at ihe age ol iweniy in ihe lasl week ,wo p|jnu bunng w<!|l ma
, !l^USl?ilitfc Confetoatten Life Assn..   lured and lully retail   On. nun.
ciilllvalltn, other improvements,SI.000 Ihe beat company on earth, costs you waa put in Ihe ground on April 12. be
Hall cash balance easy terms. S27.AO per annum, and al the end ol ing iherclore nine months ahead  al
Two loam lots. 60 I 120 each. Ihe P"1*1 |J0 years), you can draw the nm« |of bear'ng : while the other wai
.    , , cash surrender or lake I  Paid   lip
'^UrSUSeach *** far $1,115.
Ashcroll 9ao, Salmon Arm 82b. Kel- ease ts almost certain
DOMINION
Dr. and Mrs. Morris c! Vern.nwere supply a prsduct Icr -
aboard Tuesday's train, returning Irom kel     Our   preaem imt,   -
I' K
an extended trip to 0:,'.-
Amottg  thoie on b .• I
train returning Irom the fair  i
need Mayor and Mrs. Muller. Dr. Mc
Donald, and ft. Skinner, ol Vernon.
A II..I.I UP
Seattle,   October  3.   The   Great
Northern ea.lt      ■        ■ ,-t limn.
whleh Wl here at 8 J) Uil ■ •' I   -U
FOR SALE
RAMS
^ „ JUSm It! « * - -_« -ater b ed — »~    ^
twenty months ahead, being (i,    ,
put in Ihe ground In  May.    ,
was oil a plan! thai yielded six pound:
tf slrawberrie;. I!."
The assessment notices are oul
and many and vailed are Ihe comment thereon.    That Ihe r-a' It 1 it
mean approximately the Investment ef
$50,000.
This series ol important statements
was made to The Province to day by
Mr J ft. Hall, ol Winnipeg, whs in
company wilh hla lather, Mr, C V.
Mr. ind Mrs. JelUnd, ol Sanion.ire Hall, reiched Vancouver lasl wt
at present staying In town. Ihe guests the purpose ol establishing a grain
of Mayor and Mrs. Bell, renewing eld elevator here
acquaintances.   Mr.   Jelland wis It
one lime a partner with Mayor Bell in Hml Clear.nc- Rdoer.l
the bur-tic- . row known by Ihe name     Iht c-l»ai  ,;
I Ihe Enderby Tradm,   '  .and who wee*  ■' . ■   • , ••■
la well known to eW-llmora here    He j tween Vancoutret banks
l great 'nprovement in Enderby, th»   .
-illy U an Increase oi 9 M
iit.   Business Is Usl week's clearings ol SI,94
picking up in ihe silvery Sk  in    a       The Increase over Iht
ing. Mr. Jelland thinks to the number ing week Ust year U 29 5 pel
lltl ■   lhal are being taken and 34.6 per  ten!   t»er   1903,  lhe
squently creating    nowhat ol amounts lor Ihoieyeira being 1
ral ol the mining Induatrj 337 and JI.531.C; •
\     .1 MaeUagerC
.......t.   , .,
C I'R   was ' I
,      - . in
ii
such a pr  pei
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Sir William '
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PROV1NCIAI
Gram   l.u   at.ir   fur  Vl
C N R   l«.„
I an inch ol Und
nc.r.ivcr
breed I Kams. Ottaranleed lo improve
scrub Ibcks. Arrlyi J-H COLES,
Haielmerc Hanch. Enderby.
HAY
FM   sale.    Tim.thy and cl MM  hay
Icose in the barn al 1 '       for a
!•.  weeks   only.    J.
liajelmetelanch. End.
men.   The robbery, which WS
Ihe  boldest ever carried out in the
Wesst. occurred Ilve miles oul of Bal
lard, a suburb jusl north of Seattle
Thc bandits held Ihe train for   an
i Wenly minutes, during which
there was enough dynamiting ani re
C01*.^'velvet shooting to supply | wild -   I
': I I
ahow.
The
vai
generally known Is apparent.    I    hold
Ihe next election   1 mayor in I
cillors a voter.-,' Hat has lo be coin
piled, and Ihe proper way ol asccrlain   Leila   and
ing (hose who arc endlM to vote Is by lln    fell
i       iMtnenl   toll.   Abo,  thai ih'     i|
clly may be divided Into wards, raleably und
> : proporllonalely,    Tixea having   n
ill■ ,;•■ been collected lor lhls  year
.;■•     I  l-:eeiiber we availat,' I I
ill hay      u .',:ic,uv"t ,;■ ■     ■ -.a limber on any   I Ihl!  land b-   la
•    perallon   a- I we shall It   the  Provincial   ,; vertiiiee: •
handle some ol lhe output  I Ihe A .-t il all a sj'»,  ird HI
FOREIGN
Al-.fl.- Alw.t
HatN )-u anything lot sale or ex
r ate you in wan! ol anything? and  S20.000.   were   taken   by   ll
My an ad. in the Edekoc-kmii robbers
"..alcdal between $5,000 byt"elJ'»vlnclalr.vcr„i„enl a revision
lm lne
oi lhe assessment ha:,
I i" MXt j
t'e lee mad" be- oi tint
Saakalchewai   gri    Bids Mr. Turner,   ... • :
• tlevil • .    have l     As lhls reserve waa nol In eslslen ■
a  hunilred and fifty thou-  twelve'-    ll
'.rt with, and ai the Ihe governmenl has n ■    .        vere advertised i
i.hail do a local and coast anon Irom Ihe pi •
Han Norihei ■ teapal .•-■ ■
vi rer, lhal lha erect lime I i '•'■ iln!)   It   •
ii.r will pavi il.'  lay I •  . .-■ , idoiBule'l mdwa oiilyhope lhat lh
the construclion of a Hour mill here I    Intel I t I
This bt    - ,'Hii EDENOGRAPH, ENDERBY, B.C., OCTOBER 11. 1905
;  EDENOGRAPHiw;
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.11.    SUIS    I'RFT.'
. City Fathers
cFKSSIONAl.
and no iiii:  mt
.."•  .'.Iii :  . "    ■   .
[or the nvasl     I tha   i
■ in ling Isa i      :
• palliate Ih '■' •■■■
,'rru' .. . ■ ■
ihl   pi ,'in'   ha
W. P. GOOCH
'//,,■ Minutei .'/' the Council Meeting j;,,, ,.,ler   g( hcitor, etc.
held ,... Oetobor 4,  A ! my
Scui'on ;"''" '
i■:.. E • B C.
■ ■   Mt -     :■:.   >    n
Wm. 11, Whittaker,
I lhe pi ■    • .. -,_ ..
-,Klb 11'.:-
Lien •
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'" DCTCD       Ol 'PMPT
hasbui b) MINION k PROVINCIAI
■li ihe
11
        lhe
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before B C nuaix ,,nij to th
I  ':-"        ' erdol ■•■ rk
•moment,
•   "Wl
iruilsb. •   •
20   2. . . made lm
27    2t i       ■ • ': imounlol
       ..     .
Fall   Suit   Hunting
We've the biggest show In town.   Don't pass this
store when you are out.    You will
miss the best if you do
Our Clothing
Is noled for Us correct style, iit and lillle price
Let us help you along by clothing you well
Special Bargains   in Cent.'
For Cosh    .    . ***
ATERNAI
A. F. & A. M.
A. L. U.
J. C. Metcalfe     Enderby !
amtP*a
Bank of Montreal
Capital, oil paid up, *14.000.000. Rut. SIO.OOO.OCO
lleilac.ee- fleet, and Loaa ac.oiint, '. *: :*' ie
HEAD   0,11.1.   MONTREAL
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TOPICS 01  I III: Wl IK uch a measure
[hi tl.-ic I
l'i,i..:-i.i
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A General Banking business transactix!
DietiiJ s..:d available) at a ihe I
llally ■
..:  :     . .
I appreciated by the Wesi
I be a measure
L..U. r. No WD6  "—'
• •"  Savings IknkDcpar,min''
.....  _..—___ . .A"^ .... ..a      USt.l.,1.   .__„!_     I..,i .trial   Ulttulii
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OKANAGAN      DISTMCT
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COUGH &
COLD REMEDIES
K  IRIt!
I     M  I     M     AAt ' !''em al !,)e ^rmslr',nr* P' • H*1 "wm *'we
L. U. L. INo.-Hi)     Dispensing done by a comt I   When In Armsirong
call,   we have lhe best apt Inl     Irug     re in the vallc;.
W,M..Jt"
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City of Enderby
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rtn a' , . ■ M        ..ijrolihe
vi i * * *        i at the
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GRAHAM  ROSOMAN,
I Csuttcll
R. R. Burns,
Masonic building Alt
Burns' Toilet Lunuriea
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The .... ..Lai. CoM-Cowr Ucwoac.)  Ol Lha  ,\f.r It In B.C
BIG FOUR. CONSOLIDATED COLD MINES, LM).
SPECIAL  ONE MONTH OFFER. IS CENTS PER SI
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Le.trn Tcu.-iaphy
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a. Aa«o..„.     I • »r        haye  n(>w   jn
™v Stock a line
of Specials
in VISITING CARDS
TO  MEET  THE POPULAR
Call and see samples and get prices.
Th? b it ol atlei -ton and workmanship
MAIL   ORDER
DEPARTMENT =-
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ike   a  ■;•-' all;.- rdtn,   ani ,•
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aland beat ana aierials
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J I'HE EUENOCKAPH, ENDERBY. B.C.. OCTOBHR 11, 1905
A. FULTON
TINSMITH & PLUMBER
Enderby   -   B. C.
Slove pipes and all kinds of furnace fittings,
Bath tubs and sinks.
All kinds of repair work promptly done.
?"
The following are a lew snaps wo have on our
Enderby Land List
\
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27 530 acre:. ncvei! miles from Enderby. 250 acres
under cultivation Hall cash. Extra pood house and bariia.
Located on river near coal mine.   $20,000
n miles Enderby, hall mile from school
and P.O.. no bulldincs. partly (enced.   $700
15 One hundred and twenty-two acres, twelve miles (rom
Enderby, twelve acres cleared, fair house and outbuildings,
some Iruli trees.   Price, $3,100
16 One hundred and lorty-nlne acres, twelve miles from
Enderby, eighty acres cleared, located on river, lair buildings,
slock and machinery goes wllh place. Price. S4.70O: hall
cash,
The only Land Again who covoia   H.   y,   ______
'        A. E, HALE. Etielotby Homo Agonl
-=^_
aar-?.v3-■-. -.:jBica-.y':si't,__-.'iiwai
Take a Look
AT OUR  TOOLS
We have a very complete line and  our prices   will
suit you.      Come In and see.
THE HARDWARE STORE
R. P. Bradlev - Enderby
..wiauia
THE "ANDERSON "
&_. FORCE PUMP
Will fetitrp double the atticunt ot water with one
hall the power ol any other; and turn so easy lhal
a lillle child can cprtate IL II well ia not too deep
lis caraelty b: No. 2. 1000; Ne. 3. 1500. No.
4, /0C0 gi*t. per hour.
It you want iht teal twentieth etnluiy ue-io-date pump
rid y I ii in The ANDERSON.  Give
It never tails le Mux. ll will eativitie* yen
i-Horlty it yotiwll! only give il a chaiwe.  We
tylaithtr: llyitiiorimorteellhtatiHinrpiyoii
can least ll belote paying itt it.   II 7 «*
eneaeaaao.  We have made thu
Hon (or years and ntvtr had a |.ump coma back.
ZlJXTlofll ftnry Brain
 .„ ,,,_„ MANAGER
MCl 10 roltialn Ifl^te, • •••.-__._«_._. a-.  *m
VERNON,  B.C..
♦,-.
SCIENCE CLEANINGS.
t.arua  <tri>,.- lit "I ilc, rare rarttie.
*crh .. rir-  nl.- 'l.eeritim, .rri.iit.. Mc..
ni rnlral rumanla.
ii,, ii it,       .     alrlliutlnn t« lhe
lm.......   Bl   ' «'a|e'. "I Ihl   bwrttja,
Blii.ll   ll »ll   He
Ita.tlnt "    '!e.','e|*'eeeil   IE*1
«..rl.l    - '   '
.* lo
lhe   laaae-'1  af ll      tall '   llfrjlle
placet t-.iillinf
fre-ne   elee*   .-'-a-1, al.-.n  ia alaee    leelftg
prlaleri.
.a. I c>.  ItreWetlcl la. lerale ,it..,».l
,\ teiM.ilcetr Arm ..I San 1.
I,„. .,.«.eil.v ai.li.nlarll) mltim! Ihe
houn e-t i.ai«-r tr.cm tiite.-    '•    -
t„,ec... ami ni Ihr aatnr tltnr tfrantr.1
an advance it. *,.„..,„ Ir..m la 11 lo l>
a .1.1 .<
The mm cmplnyed In the Mnra-n
n-nl  llcllee a.  leraf  il- IL.tllf,  III. ejeeel
„, ,v i„, aic-c  ih.» claim lie'
e,.< ■!   Ic,  ,!|H«    ll,    ,„..   eel   e-,,al   lh   Hr
iiccic,• nr,- led |,r..|,alt lr.1, ami f-r
11,1,  .,.,.,,.,   IhOJ   .a.e   eectlelt  la, dlaw
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prlnclplr. and m '• ■* ***** '" •" *******
rrn dynamoa.
OF INTEREST TO LABOR.
T!»f eWfttl.1 tktifl* "• WilHloWB, N
V lm. foftfira * union •IW will •>•
mnrnl * «<"fc ^**J "' ,a hoilfli » **•}*
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PLANTS AND ANIMALS.
All Ihr flf*wrm ut th-  II '■•
nr. pliher fthlti or ytllow, ifid ihtw
ar* >■? nirifilna
Oiiriehin ntv nol tht* ottlj *» ''
riniMiiif aiiitimln lhat ran Mlatrip Ihf
f,|rr«<l of i hnm n,< ii i* i taml cfab
Iti t nlm ihi" rnn rltal thr natrkbt and
fn tii'tcli  tUmWt tt-nii ji  hOfM
l'lfliil*. I'lit nfffttl il*. ,itp miilihiiatiV
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Canadian Fruit Crop
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The conditions are practically unchanged since the
last report. The weather has been on ihe whole most
lavorable. ■ A few windstorms have been reported but Ihe
effects have been local and not In lhe large commercial
orchards. Insects are slightly m.re n.imerous Ihan last
year, especially the cudlin moth and the San J me scale:
fungous diseases have not developed abnormally during
the month.
ah:
The feature of the month Is the apple reports. The
Southern Ontario district will give a very light crop of
winter apples. Three-fourths of the orchards huve reported a total failure in early and fall apples.
The lake Huron district and central counties east to
York will give a light to medium crop, with very many
more than enough for local use. Sjine fall apples will
be available for shipping purposes.
The Lake Ontario district -wil show a medium crop
of good fruit, Ben Davis. Russets and Spys showing In a
few cases a full crcp. The early and fall apples are relatively a better crop than Ihe winter one.
The St. Lawrence and Ottawa valleys. Montreal
Island and Eastern Townships will yield a medium crop
of Fameuse, Alexanders and Wealthles, with a very light
crop of winter apples.
The Nova Sc:iia crop will be light and somewhat
scattered. Kings. Russets and Ben Davis are yielding
better even than the Bellflower and Cravensteln. the latter being particularly short.
Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick both report a light crop, and lhe latter will Import winter Irult.
British Columbia will be the only province giving a
medium lo full crop. There Is some complaint of lung-
ous diseases In some pari3 of the province, but in the
main the apples will be bright and clean. The aggregate
however, Is too small lo have any effect on the markets.
The Dominion as n whole will produce about one-
third as many apples as last year, but the irult will be
freer from scab but somewhat more Infected with codlln
moth. There is also a general concensus of opinion that
the present favorable weaiher conditions and light crop
will cause the apples now on the irees to ,111 out much
than usual. It Is also certain lhal much frull that would
be wasted In years ol plenty -vill this year find Its way to
the markets, so that the final result in barrels will be
larger than present indications might otherwise justify.
HEARS
Wnh the exception of British C lumbla all districts
snow a light crop. No full crops are reported except In
Kelifers.    Bartlelis ana Clapps are better than later
varieties.
.....
Plums are reported a medium crop In the Niagara
and Georgian Bay districts, wllh much uncertainty on account of rot and curcullo. British Columbia Is harvesting
a very full crop of plums, which with a larger acreage,
has made an appreciable effect on the market.
A MODERN ORCHARD
Can apple and pear growing be male to pay in England? The answers to this question are not aUays of
lhe most hopeful kind, bui so much Is certain, lhat the
orchard, 11 it Is to be profitable nowadays, must be established and maintained on the most modem principles.
Mr. Charles Lyddiard, the well known expert In these
matters, Is one of those -sho take a cheerful view ol
ought to be a great Britl h in::: try In his opinion it Is
little good for the home grower to csmpste with the foreigner In coarser orch, With better climates
abroad, and cheap rates, often allowing crops ta be delivered In London for less than the cost of carriage from
a home county, the English Irult farmer Is practically
handicapped oul of the running. Hu salvation appears
to depend on growing only th: choicest simple and devoting the utmost care to marketing thsm in good condition. Mr. Llddlard has lately established a modem orchard
al Hook, near Surbiton, on the Thames river, where he
has been carrying out some interesting experiments in
Ihe direction indicated. He has some 6,000 apple and
pear trees on six acres of land, a number which
have been impossible in the old-fashioned orchard. I
modern principles, trained on wired as cordons, twelve
bushes may be grown .if ind which bt  raw  .'.have
,      i y one. their Jtuit.
number, being of thc finest Tho N
Wonder apple and Caxe's Orange Pippin und such Circumstances, bear a Imlrably While lhe apple gr >wcr of
a generation ago walled niti' • h
he cm n . tbtaln ne fn m hi ireei    • secon; r third
seas ji.   Mr. Llddlard thinks the a im   . -nclple tni?hi be
appiie i s,  arrants an 1,;   seberrl     and thittrr i
peci- •.-. .. J bj promising i'. i
entillc cultivation and the mosl .   care in mar-
kiiing  were the horticulturists' watchwords —',
itingland) Dally Telegraph.
Of two evils, ch   se Ihe one tha! you like
•rhe gives |ul •    for he Is su
asked again.
The besl the cheapest in tl
none ol us kn *■ which
It is i iter i ■ •    eaherotoyoui     l than I
Enderby Flour
Never send out of town for what Is made as good as
the best in town.    In supporting home Industries you
are supporting yourself and others who make the town
These are our brands:
Moffel's Besl, Hungarian, Premier, Three Star,
Driptbo Sm w, Aipina, Sik ,.v. Baker's or XX,
Wheat Shbap, Supb( i^m, Wm lb Wheat
Patronize Wt Home Mill
liiti Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd.
Enderby.
Harness-maker and Repairer.  Trunks.
Valises.   Etc.
J. W. EVANS,
ENDERBY
FRUIT TREES
My Spring-delivery orders are all In. When you are
preparing for Fall-delivery trees, write me. I represent the
Nurseries of Slone St Wellington, Toronto. Thc
quality of the trees sent out by these nurseries is
as near perfection as scientific growers can make It.
E. A. CHAPPELL, Enderby
BRICKS
I RICKS
Bricks
i RICKS
BRICKS
The best clay In the Valley.   Well burnt bricks at reasonable
prices.   Large or small quantities.
Iba Enderby B.ick <tb Tile Co.        Ehderhy, B. C.
FashionableTurn-outs
Wc are now In our new Stables where everything Is spick-and-
span. Rigs and Saddle Horses always at your comman 1
Stalls and teed ready for your horses aftei rive Cliff Si
MATTHEWS & EVANS ENDERBY
;e •-;■,:,:■;:.. :-:•:.:
■
A  WORD  FOR
THE LOCAL
PAPER
:• •*
Do you want
advertised ?
Do you want n kn iwn as a district with a
progressive community at the back oi It. fully
alive and anxious lo exploit it's many Industries ?
If so, back up your local paper. It will
serve your Interests all the ilmr- and n i
wllh an occasional paragraph wedged In a
mong (he all important, sensational clly news.
How many of your friends would III
hear of the country you are developing ?
All ol th- . it some time or other
broke away from the old home and a lillle
Information Ihen would have been welcome.
Call up ani give us lhe address
.
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BROINBBRINO HOTIS.
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He    tUtte'a EDENOGRAPH, ENDERBY, B.C., OCTOBER II, 1905
tgrm   matStatHtASa^aaWaam*
See our windows
I •  the late I
Ladies' Ready-to-wear Goods
j Doings in
Enderby
' its
. rlmmi I
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Children's wear
JU!'
Endi*i'l>y    I radum  C
lOmpany
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SATI RDAY
IT
utting.
35c
rhe aaslzt    | on il
The, courl   I ret
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Mr. Ha
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Thursda)
Dr. Vankleek ol Antisl
laving
I lo Mara
Sir Artlmr Stoprwy came in Irom
i hursday, acce i
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V ii have
Yi u may
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heard ol the SMILE thai won't i
HEAR ol the COUCH lhat i n
.'me oil.
It's the Cough we're after
NAIRN .
1.. 11' .'.  :t
means a healthy mind
and ,■ -—and
••   means ad
To have
•  ng constr
ist have the best
and that's
•• new
brick block. Always
Iresh. juicy and tender.
H. N. Himdr'dison, Geo. R. Sharpe
l.Mtf lil'i
lh,
MctluiJi.stClu.fch    JONES BROS.
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ihe bit     .-
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B.C.
Mrong I
Mr
■. ci llie King E .
|    Mm. Richar,1
Wednesday last l
htubar. I Ihere. and i the win-
ler in lhat .
The vi kanagan l
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in-   wot,   Tht
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. :o lhe lair.
he coaat on M
A.  E. Sage and F.  Wl
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returning Irom II
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.aenger on Wvdneaday't Ira
The C. P. R. Is calling lot I
lor additions lo their hotel:, ll
and Lake Louise.
T. H. H.i,.e .  i Armsirong
icr Fair
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at ihe home ol Mr. and Mr...  Simp-
Friday lor Ihe coast.
.to con-
i the main
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Just a word about Xn>as
We will I jve In our store in a let  neek   it ir lhe I
'lie    ' . . . ' N III        ••'       f
lound   ■ ANY Clirlstiu.. '"' RIOH1
HERE , • k anJ ohoose Irotn, Jft
D. NAIRN y CO..
WEBB'S CHOCOLATES
SUNDAY   MOUK.S
. , N I IPES
3 io 4 p. m. 	
gs YOU
Want a First Class Bargain In a (arm Investment
in the beautiful Okanagan Valley ?   ,
.*«,     .!•   ..... ..»   **ta '"        r '
Write Or bit lis   and farm
,   .   largali   ■'• " • ■'     '
■ 10 to $100 per act*.   Also •
most suitable' I       king a comleitable h
in Quick and lave lhe  i
INSURANCE   AND   MONEY
RE
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MOWAT ®> BRINDLE
mtt worn. rKPiRBY. e. c.
Mrs. F. C. Wollenden ol Armstrong
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amateur palming! at the Dominion
Fair.
Marled QuoWtoai
Hal 5
Kami for Sale,
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eyes, a* lh ugh to make ure thai ihey bw((). teewd s( |h, ,„„(*,_,,„
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tabulating, durability, port
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-sight. The Hammond
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writers In every other sped ,1
feature. A Hammond must be
seen to be appreciated. It is
(ar and away ahead of any other
typewriter made.	
THE HAMMOND  TYrtWailt*
COMPANY
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M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
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Then may be, I    I  ibi there ll
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about oth-* lhe Okanagan lhat
.•ay cl nalir •      -     -tip-life.
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No cold, damp weaiher, or hot sultry days

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