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 The  EnJert
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and  NORTHERN  OKANAGAN HERAL^N8.,907
With Which Is Incorporated THE EDENOGRAPH
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Volume 3.   Number 33.
ENDERBY, B. C. JANUARY 4, 1907.
Price, $1 50 x Yb*r
To The Public.
Enderby, b.c, Dec. 21, 1906
Dear Sir or Madam—
On and after January I, 1907, we have decided to
place our business on a cash and monthly account basis.
The public may look (or a large reduction In prices,
and It Is to be hoped that they will take advantage of same,
and spend their money In the town In which they.Ilve,
thereby each In their way helping to build Iheir town and
district.
The strict adherence to this principle of doing business has proved advantageous to all parties In all countries
wherever Introduced; and we are convinced that the time
has arrived when It is safe to follow this principle In
Enderby.
Thanking you for past favors, and soliciting your
future patronage, which will always have our best attention.
We are, yours truly.
HARVEY & DOBSON
GENERAL MERCHANTS
ENDERBY, B.C
1907 to be Enderby's Year
Thi> 1'iiM > i'iii hai been one ol
ileady mnl lubttauMftl progrwi for
our lown nml dlatrlet   'Uuii ii bai
I been • lire town <luriiiii the twelve
uonthi Ju i i'iutf'1 U eat) nf demon1
ti-ai|i>ii      Uora bualnea imt been
II an » led bj nil our merchant! iiuin
'I ai cf la i ypar.    \W liavi* nui nut*
[fered from » ■-•"■m in am nnee "t
,H e word We hare onjoi ed an in-
i r i'ii a ni iii incMand praaperlu thai
in. i a ■ i ■■ iiaunttl outcome of a
iteadfi rubatantlal developmeoi «tf
I£0W0 mnl iiiiin-.il ■
i    tu towDi tin* one t:.«a' itrlde ihni
1 hai been made ts the construction of a
I Wtthn-work   nyMt.-m.   whl.-ti.  at   tin'
time <>f vviiiina u m t aboul ready
|in itt* mktMt iti'iu mtt of tht> contract*
or'* hand* hy tin* t-lty. Thlt havt
Eioiia bean a grtiUy Mt need hy nil.
iind wt< iini-r.1 i-oitc,aniliih> mn .•]..*.
liha) wo bare had the oouraie nnd
e      .   Irenatw io tuiiiat «• nieh nn
j iiiiili-riii il:iK AkIiI" from hrltmlita
1 umfori !•• tn who an hurt*, it will
: prove an niitn<*iinn in ihoaa who are
•iirnitia their fn,«** towarde thf ua*
i:n:ati, n> » im< • n frtitn thf tilth.
■  Humid of It. n (mmnl dlolrlria. To
our uoeicelled cllmtUi beauUful and
j 'hnrinlim -Ituntloti ok n i*la a uf tt*»l-
i |i*:iria i nn tiuw lit* nihli'd .in nioiudiitii
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.STOP   AT..
m KINC EDWARD HOTEL
THE   LBADtNG   HOSTELRY  OF THI OKANACAN VALLEY
Visitors to lha northtrn part of the Okana|an Valley, whether
land hunting, or lor pleuure and spoil, can do no teller than
make Ihu house iheir headquarters. Table and cuuint un-
eacelled. Bar replete with lineal wines, spirits, liqueurs, cigars
LARGE LIGHT SAMPLE ROOMS
UU.4hM.arHY
ft oat kt on
d»-
\T/.nax Ar C-IJi, and other drinks. We have a
Wines OC OpinlS u,,, uaorimeal ol all the well
known branda lo choose Irom.
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one in
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Thr. fl
. I.. ..ti.. itai will Im
.l.c . ... come Whal
In tt c< >*n? Ittal pa t
, .•■ boiler ililnaa t<
- at who r )«.., tela wr
and buy your Harness before
Tht Raise.
\jome
J. W. EVANS,
Riaainief a Specially
ENDERBY
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I] 11 ..a ad, up* nn liini..-> laata'l
I. i o 'I"   wllh lha- curia ttinte it■•■
.tt a nr..' Indimry *.f ibr cowpanj
lat nf I.e. ma fi.-     111 lht. meaai
..- .--1.1...h'.-tlt   "I  a  ejieai   mill. .
af   a Itliil mat   raea, an a.iem.-ntr.-
a   lair*'     fllllilill!     of   III- 1 '
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I i.i  .    »lll.  e|.e .|<.|..|..|>|<«.|>I III lb"
.    leStal   I    e.       ''     Wtl   lle-trt   it.   »  llClltP
lomlahlBi   pondlilon,   a   condlilon
Wllllh   • Olllieet    l.llt    llr-lj.   |<>   lie   ..He'
nl..- IbUI cl lK.ee.Til  I., H-e l»*n
Irnllure. »\-> i. i» .- >e  ■
*  i A  laraa- am.rtint  tat
•e done during ihi
■ brauihl ti.ii"
■-..;, \   la aa>  a ,raf   a*a.
. ic el aa    rl i  iniii  i i
Civic Businau.
The Clly Council held thiir laal
meeting ol 1906 on Monday itia^lit.
when what little civic business Ihere
was. waa attended tu and the council
adjourned, lo meet again on Wednesday neat, lor the last tune belore olec
tiona.
The report ol Ihe Finance Committee
was adopted, and Messrs. A. E. Taylor
and ft I eel appointed auditors. The
balance sheet will ba presented at Ihe
next mealing.
Alter adjournment. Mayor Bell remarked thai, though he had Ihor
oughly made up his mind nol to seek
election again, yel, ha had been Induced
to change hia mind, on account ol the
numerous requeata lhal he had received,
asking him to stay wilh Ihe mayoralty
until tho waterworks tindeilaklng waa
dually completed, and all businesa
satisfactorily settled, and lha system
pul on a lltoioughly workable basis
Aid. Worihington aald he wu glad
to h-ar that Mayor Bell would offer
himseli lor elect ion again and auggeaied
thai the present council go before tha
electors on one ticket. Both Aldermen >
Evans and Bradley assented to this
course, and altera little luriher discus
alon the meetie'g ki.-ke up.
LATE LOCALS.
Another baker shop, we behave, will
be opened in lown shortly.
Endetby Conservatives hold a rail/
litis evening.
It is ruinrred on the itr"' lhat a
hockey game will be pliy»d here cn
Thursday evening neat between Arm-
alrang and Endetby.
The curling aeaaon opened lu Endeiby
on New Yeara Day by a serins cl games
played between teams headed by the
President and Vice-President The
. latter aide won. alter a very interesting
I tournament
The instailathn cereinonlea ol Enderby Lodge No. 40. A. K. * A M .
task place on Thursday evening lui
week in Masonic Hall, with a gtoi
nuneberot brethren in attendance. The
new ollicera were inducted lo cilice by
District Deputy Grand Muter C. J.
Bicker, aaai .ted by Put Master C F.
Ceiterton, B-sides local brethren, a
large r-areaenutlon WU present Irom
Ai t and Vem. n, and altogether,
the teuton vast highlyaucceuluj cne.
Following the ceremonies, all ul down
la a supper a-tived in the Union Restaurant, where a most pleasant social
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mm at vi a son
, Word reached Enderby on Thursday
that the Oddfellows- Hall al Vernon
wu completely destroyed by fire early
cn Wednesday evening Details are
lacking, tul ii aeema lhat the hall was
* t while before I
were opened f.r a peritermaitce   Thu
hall, which wu lhe largest in the Valley, waa a frame structure, and wu
built about  lour   yeara ago   Loss.
Political Hawt9b Views
Hon F. J. Fulton was lhe unanimous
choice ol Ihe nominating convention,
held in Kamloops lasl Friday, to contest the Kamloops Electoral District
lor lhe th.i I lime In Ihe Conservative
interests.
Hon. W. W. B. Mclnnes hu resigned Irom the Governorship ol the
Yukon and will re-enter B C. politics.
He will run u a candidate lor the local
House In lhe Liberal Interests, his
name being mentioned In connection
with both Victoria and Esquimau.
Dr. K. C. McDonald, tha Liberal
candidate for this district, will address
meetings aa follows: Enderby. January
lOlh. Mara. January 2Sth, Salmon Arm,
January 26th. Price Ellison has been
invited lo apeak at Ihe meetings
Mr. Price Ellison will address public
meetings on lhe political issues of the
day al 7.30 p.m., on Ihe following dales
Salmon Arm. January 8th. Mara. January 9th. Enderby.January IIth the
Opposition candidate is invited to be
preaent al these meetings.
J. D. Swans, ii. Liberal candidate
opposing Hon, F, J. Fulton, will address
meetings In Notch Hill, January 9th.
Kault. January ICth. and Salmon Arm.
January Ulh Opposition speakers
are invited to attend
ll Is undcrsto d at Victoria that Mr,
W. Manscn. of Album, will be sworn
tn u Provincial Secretary. Hon. F. J.
Fulton retiring Irom that ollice, Mr.
Fulton will retain lha office ol Attorney-
General. Theoflicecf Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works will probably
not be filled until alter the elections.
After Christmas Clean-Up
Your Own Prices
We didn't sell everything
We have some nice odds and ends in Fancy Goods and Novelties which you can have al your own pricea.
We have aboul IS Fancy Baskets and Boies of Candles which
we ate selling al slaughter prices.
You still have time to secure these for NEW YEARS
GIFTS There is an enormous saving on every purchase Come
at once.
TSt Endtrby Drag & Stationery Co., ltd.
Cliff Street PO. Box 77
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Irawi, iimi  Kaderby   will, |u»i ■
c.n «. salute produces th" «•   I
iw ii..- mure ed a it in.ia iruli-
«|e.>t'|]ia   "llalli-'
Klitk't... m-lell.- .Ii«- Iia. ».-l,.ePi«t
a muniM-i ..I ne» mttlere. hu aol
ica-l
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Ci,y   Better  Stop *53Mfi_-T
IS THE PLACE FOR
A NICE CLEAN - .
SMOOTH   .  SHAVE
H. N. Hendrlckson.
L'eil Bite*
The annual meeling of Ihe al- »»
will be held at Armstrong, in Ihe I OF
Hall on Saturday. 12th January. 1907,
at 2 o'clock, p m
John B Bmt>,
Secretary
ac. e ii been a
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'best yef year in
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ii t. a   - -   -   an ei>,     Thai
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M.-l    II  llir.  Ir.iill   ,,l
WMl    eel   the   ,„tn-
tf an l-nttim.*
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l.^n  |tl.,ae.t
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PUD la ii>
PrlA „f ,,al
lhal   llie   rr
will
when thea tall, with ll>
..el.   Wi.a
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(V/edc nol hold ourselvu responsible
lor optnicns expressed under thia head)
Editor ol Tin Pnooaiaa,
'Jeer Sir,
We will soon ba on the eve ol another
general election, and the menu and
shortcomings ol the late Government
are being brought befote the electors
ol the Province for their consideration
and lodgement, and while ihere are
many items ol a Provincial nature to
consider, ihere are others lhal will
appeal more directly to the electors of
Ihu vicinity on account of iheir being
ol local interest
The remarkable statement made by
the present Premier al Endetby. ipss-
sibly due io ihe eacilement ot a banquet I
lhal Mr Ellison would return home
with the piice ol ihe Mabel Uke road
in hu pocket. We know the toad fa
not built Was Mr. McBrtde only
"speaking politically, or did something
happen tha pocket-? It might be Ihe
latter, and perhaps ll would be well for
Mr. Ellison lo examine hu pockeu. lor
Ihere u no doubt that he overlooked
a petition he received, signed by lhe
Mayor. Council and a large number o
citiiens here, asking lor the appointment
ola Stipenduiy Magistrate snubbed
die whale low.i tor several months
and only remembered he had it when
an election wu to be sprung on Ihe
Province Om wonders il Mr. Ellison
is aware thai such conlractt lor public
worka are not adveilised at Enderby.
and the supplying ol piles for bridge
work given lo Smashes al a cheap tale,
and may be wiih something en the
side. He might use as an election
cry: "No white men need apply." and
when this goeemmenl da think lit lo
call lor tenders lor public suppliu Ihey
actually discriminate against articles ol
eaual quality, manufactured in thu
; Valley and Proeince Dour for rarte.
,They say "We hsve handled your
; attain in a business like way.'' Possibly, but for proof, look up your In
receipts and I. lor one. think that mat
ol us will uy. "PcsslUy, but certainly
peculiar These an a few items lor
lhe electors of thu ndirg fo consider
ibefore ther mark their ballots, and
which have attracted lha attention of
A LOOKER ON
eet a ...
W.ciit'l
b   all
Ne
11 hai thi'
ai develapneai lu   »ira-.| arm ihi>
ed     Knletprlae
Croup can be pcslllrely stopped In
20 minutes   No vomiiing   nothing to
rail.. i.r pet-Ma cl sicken or dillress your child. A swe.l.
  • '   an! sale Syrup, called Dr.
———— croup Cure does Ihe work
j and does it quickly Dr Shoop's Crcup
Cure u f:r Croup alone, remember, ll
does nol claim to cure a doten ailme.-.ls
I It's for Croup, that's alt So'd by Ender
,by Drug it Stationery Co.
Janitor Wanttd.
Janitor   warlej   I r    S    Georgt'l
-hutch    Fer fiarllculars apply to lha
Chucciiw.^   ■ II   LSS k NORTHERN OKANACAN HERALD, ENDERBY. B.C.. JANUARY 4, 1907
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NURSERIES
Grcenhoutu ar.d Seed Houses
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Dr. C. W. Cross
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You Can't Scour Wheat
Thoroughly
By the dry process in v jgua In most mills.   Wheat, to be
made absolutely clean, must be washed, as lhe western
hard wheal thai goes In:   " MOFFET'S 'BEST'" Flour
is washed.
Order Moffet's "Best," the certain raising flour, (rom your
grocers, and take no substitute.
Ibe Columbia Flouri:<._ Mills Co., Ltd., Enderby
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t .ii'.'i!|ji, |\-iii■., -i i .0 Rvftulationt.
Bank of Montreal
l .'I  Oil |.eeai up, iH.40ta.lKIO Retla, SIO.OOU.OOO
Balance Peotii. unci Lota account, 19.2.4IB.]I
III AH   OrFICI,   MONTREAL
Hon, Ptttidant, KicIn Hon lell; taftconaand Mount Royal C. C. M, C,
I'leacditci. Sn See, A. D'ummenii L, CMC.
Vice Piai dent—E. S. Clauilon
A Ceneral Banking   burfous tranraded
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Ciulsi  Statea c-eitapa and .aaala.
Sa vines B?i\k D^rtmwkt-•".;:.,•;
weal v •i»(j^,\*    va.isn  and iwimt allewed atcuitaii ralM
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Munnrpal and achaoi Diitrtct ae-oounta ..ceivad
[ertna,   Srefial attention jtvtn lo the handling ol Munic'icie and
OKANACAN      DISTRICT
.  a HaMBOtaoat, Maaagar, Varaea
ARMSTRONG KELOWNA
lot A.t    E. S.V. MeCliniaclt.Stit. Aei.    H, DuMoiilm. Sub Ait
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BELL BLOCK. ENDERBY. B. C
Real Est-tte, Insuraiice,
Mining and Cuneral Land Agent*
PROMPT  AND CAREFUL
ATTENTION  GIVEN  TO
BUSINESS  ENTRUSTED
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WOOD, CARGILL COMPANY, Ltd.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS
Dealer, in Dry G .      I    •      M. Hardware. Buoi. anj Shoe. Cr.«lc«ry. Etc.
Walecwn.Vi Loan  By-Law.
CITY • ENDERBY
)ebentures For Sale
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Wood,
('aryill
Company
Ltd. '
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Dea: tin,
As we have decided to adopt the CASH
; EM lhe beginning ol the New Year, our place M business
will be closed on January 2nd. 3rd and 4ih. In order to mark
everyihi.ig down to Roac, Bancm Cash Prices, and on Satur
: ry 5ili. we will Re open with an
Afternoon High Tea
ARMSTRONG  ORCHESTRA  WILL   BE  IN   ATTENDANCE
"
In the aitcrnoon and evening   We have not gone Into this
,;e lightly, but have given It serious consideration,
- certainly Intend sticking to it. ni matter what the con
sequences may be Evetything will be marked In red hgures,
i the difference between buying for credit and for
li would lake us but five minutes to convince the most
,; lhal It will pay him over and over again to pay cash,
e ■ he has to borr >« money and pay 12 to 15 per cent to do so.
Wc thank .  . sincerely for your liberal patronage in ihe
I , • |i It your trade in future.   In order to
s'.ari the ball r:lllng, on lhe   Opening  Day   *«  will  sell
firanulate'. S .     ll $575per 100lbs.
Yours truly.
Wood, Cargill Co., Ltd. - Armstrong
nif. BIO cash 51  RB
y»-*a«-~*wa«HaM-a___Ma_MiKaaaaMHMnaa_-____________l THE PROGRESS & NORTHERN OKANAGAN HERALD, ENDERBY, B.C., JANUARY 4. 1907
SALMON AR
Weekly  Budget of Interesting   News   and  Doings   cf
Thriving District, (rom our Regular Conespondent.
J
:.irmmrinntmrz--.TrjL*r!te\^amrmm
lhat
Furniture
A correspondet't to the Katulccps
Inland Sentinel In an aitlc'le on "Tha
Resr urce-s ol Ihe Hallway Ce-li', litis
the Ic -Hewing lo say ol Salmon Arm:
'jAl Salmon Arm, seventy miles
easl. mid al other points on Shuswap
Lake, wonderful results in apples have
been nccieinpllshed and without Irrigation, as Ihose points are out cl the dry
bell proper. The late stalion agent at
Salmon Arm, who Is now Dominion
Land Agent here, told me yesterday ol
one little tract ol seven acres at Salmon
Arm. (rom which had been shipped In
frull, chle-dy apples, In the? last three
yeara. SI,BOO, $2,200 and $2,900,
Farther east, at Revelstoke and along
llie Columbia River, I: pes am entertained oi the possibilities in Irult. and
something Is being attempted. I am
told. The country Is largely a Umbered
country where lhe Internals ol lumber
have been held up lo the present to be
paramount II result- ol the remarkable character ae-hieved at Salmon Ann
can be accomplished In the Revelstoke
district, there will soon be considerable
pressure to bring some cf the lands
under cultivation now coveted by Umber licences,"
The population ol Satnicn Arm is
Increasing by leaps and bounds—latest
arrivals being, tha "Geld Dual Twins".
Is It any wonder lhal "lather" joea
around wearing the "smile that won't
come cli"t   Cot-gratulatior- Art.
Mr, Stuart Wood and aon. ol Kam-
Icepi, have been spending the holiday
aeaaon on their Ranch near town.
Mra. Bradihaw. el Me-jejaw. who
haa been louring B. C, during Ihe (all
and winter, will tarry wnh us for a lew
weeka vliltlng lhe home ol Mr ami
Mrs, H. Neelands.
J. W. McCallum and ft Wilcc*
were visitors In Enirtby on New Year's
Day.
••-   ;■      .      ' •■
leith & Thompson, came in last w«k.
and has taken w hit residence in hu
old home on lh* property sold to J. C
i-   *.
Mr. ard Mrs Ferris BUlcn lell for
the Coasl latt «**>k. Th»y will return
lo Salmon Arm ab ul iht lint ct Feb-
rusty and stay among u* lor Mine time,
ramming to their home In Oariliftcn,
Man., in the rptttsj Mr. Bcllon ha*
purchased Iht property Irom J. C
Judge, known as ihe Lyndhunt Ranch,
bui will not be able to take ua h'a rui-
dettce heie petttiar.tttlly will neat (all
Mr. Bolton hat made a letuutloa lor
|    - cr."-       ft . '■     ....■   : ...       ,; :
Ut man ol business and will, tta doubt,
bt of greal assistance ta us in mtmiti-
pal allattt as well as in ccwttction with
church wtrk, Th. family is highly
ihotfil cl wheiem known, and we will
1-  -.---.: ■-• :■•!-.
thtm among ut,
John Hart hai sold thirty aerea ol
hb ranch lo W H Gotcti ol Revel
atoke. Mr Han h leaving this wee*
cn an eiltndtd visit to the Coasl.
Mrt. Dtttnt and Mrs, GUsgtrw tpenl
New Year's wnh friends in Kamlecps,
The Mmailet Sisters *i?l be hire
Wednesday nlfchl, -amur-/ "rite    TMa
nl its kind tn the temtimrv! a
draw a large tt-wl.
The Bank ol Hamtlten has instate*.
a new sale.   The oM one was found I
be much too imaH lor the amsunl cl
business now being done.
Same very enjoyable evenings havr-
teer. stent during lh* (east we»k skalirj;
en Iht bay    Thi I I    i fteltiiirtj
a hzcuty club        <•• 7«-- taalk cl
lorttiil* a Literary Society t
this winter.   Who *iil vJuntetr  lo
stall Ihe gr.A wotk >
A dance was, helj t     ittk
happy I    . • the
asietr.b'ed. and a lie,tactile <
lime was
An "Al Home" wa   given at the
hir   !.:.(:>■   i. !..-   :. ..'   .' .unary
lit, al wh' '!■-. n lh rly .. -c present.
A splendid time waaapentin ot'glnal
games, chaiades, ale.
A large number date. •   I
out and ihe new year In nt M
Hall.
The entertainment, Ifrld at Kault on
December 29th, was vjted a greal
success, About I SO people enjoyed an
excellent programme and a dainty
supper. Presents were distributed to
all Ihe children.
Truly lite winter season I: Canada's
for amusement.
It's a pleasure to tell our readers abcut
a Cough Cure like Dr. Shoe's. For
yeara Dr. Sheep has fought rga'nsl thet
use of Opium, Chloroform, cr o'.lirr
unsafe Irgredltnla commonly '
Cough remedies. Dr. Shoop. (I seems,
has welcomed ihe 1 Aire Food and Dutg
Law. recently enacted, lor he has worked along similar lines many >tars. For
nearly 20 years Dr. Sh sop's C.ii ill Ctra
•   I. VI tla.l :.   wan
on them against Opium ■
cotlc poisons.  He h=. -
possible lor mothers i
children by simply insisting . < havh i,
Dr, Sh   ,'• Ciita.h Cure. So'd bt En.
derby Dny 6 Stationery Co.
- «    -.-...eU*
Notch Hi^?.
Notch Hill is enjoying pleat *.!•.•»••>
al present.   All spent a nn
mat.   Sleighing Is good a, d
and cutters are kepi busy.
A very quiet wedding was- '
Peaceck en Thurwlav »»en|p^ :
ber 20th. 1906. II
Mr. A. J Smith
chant ol Natch ■
Bantu. I
weitknswn and -- itietm
througheui tht district It, Ir n.a.-.,
frtendt Jem in wlaMag Ihem a Itr* hie
tt hajpintsa.
Silver Ctek.
T *•-'■--
hsttte at the Ann
Lofging ts i
several ctMiitti hiti om.i made I r
theeutiit i la?.
Quilt a numbir tiia.'.Jt! the Littmy
In the drbate it*ai plai. J. demonuiated
by the single men that unmarried lilt
;-
. •    bt aud-
lit« is fr*
■       .
tht mer--    • te !i»»
i ot unRh Vkaxti
-he belter aigumtM.   Tht
',. !'.-,■ '.-       *'
.    iccitatiait, Vuicil McUhk
rtciiition. p»i«t> tfv
-n  music Mrs
and l". C. J.htiion.  Jaauary
the eiatt <el ihe ntal debate   * ft
faatisa is gNtlet pleaiuni
•
Have you seen our ne.v furniture ? A splendid assortment
of Beds, Mattresses, Springs, Extension Tables. Kitchen Tables,
Centre Tables, Bedroom Tables, Dressers. Sideboards, Easy
Chiirs. Rockers, Arm Chairs, Dressers, Kitchen Chairs, Chll
dren's Cols, High Chairs, etc., from which to select from.
We bcndle XI Best Goods,
& Our Prices are Right
I McCALLUM ®> WILCOX
I SALMON ARM, B. C.
fART The NEW YEAR. RIGHT!
By InveAing In Salmon Arm Town Lots
A Discount of 20 per cent.on a"purchMM made bSS«y ,«.
Quite a number oi th»s* lets have already been sold, and If you have money to
In a SURE Ti HNG, call at our office or write us without delay and we will do
our best lor you.
L : r by the acre, to suit every purchaser.
McCallum & Wil
SALMON
COX, ARM
THE BANK of HAMILTON
■A, .a paid ig   SV.
', la
.-Firad. S2.SO0.OO0 00
do ooaoo
ll
Ileal Office t HaMttM J. T«r*.U. Malum'
100 a ■',
*- '   ■   - ..... Rsnchara' Notes Diusunttd.
CUtcteetii malt     Drain wtfi. payabtt al an points in Canada
SAVINGS BAN'* DBPARTMBMT
at.llt.aa.    -
Selmon Arm Brack   "w SM,,,,
..
nunit-ljrown
_[__S__L & SKruby
FOR OKANACAN
P   I.   t)   l»   L   E
AjiplytoF.R E.oeHART
KELOWNA NURSERIES
KIWWHA nc.
Hal
cyon
Mara Notes.
i Ne» Year. Ur   I
i   - - .
- •
.Silwilhllsoi.
I    I Ittla trare healthtJ -
•     •  - -    -
- .-•        • ■ ■      -
a-        .   .
-.   Mi-lime.ehilt!the-*
II md lhal the)' aie
. that at
-. • -
i
iht |H.irhi tram camt    -
in tht miditf el At day tta Htiiday.
viihicut «'"* >i
-
hia haad-ecar.  Otrtf'
■e... ..  - -       '--     •
'
Ilka
, -     -
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Mr   Bta * *
-
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•  «!-r ibt tnaraftmtnt ef
Ham.a    V .,    "Mfn-JB  Hcum
i
" •        Mi     a ante
" *   * a   tn't.1%
■      •'-,-.   • '".,. r
.     ■
latt
Si rayed.
h»ilh»"
-
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DM .-
■  "    •
->  •
H ill StrayeO.
■   ■     •     . it*
r,« he »as in da*p«r.
Mr. •    ■
-
'
Hotcyen Hit Sprints
Anno Lai,,, n t
< A*aAii,a •, (.aiAriST
W a 1KIIV
A ani a liii.il Salesman
ror Liulerliv,
»        itl Nursety
I Qrnamen
tals ■     *   Ne„
Sfwcis stmt
.    ■
C '.., vimment
ihe I
iolumbia    i .  ir     anenis.
Iiherai pay. hai
Write
tor letm* and calalff*■<•
■j-rnl i ...     .
Po»».|. V , im-, C|,„ „ ,{,,   let
M< Mal>«) Mr|a< M«l, a...
Stone & Wellinoton,
io-.ii.iii Rtimlee,
Ovn flOO c.,, '
rn.a-e>«. Onterle.
Adv rtiie in 'Progfos1 PROGRESS k NORTHERN OKANACAN HERALD, ENDERBY, B.C., JANUARY 4. 1907
Think ol what you are missing
I iy not ivatling this ail. rack week ! !
ol land, 6 miles from Armstrong, 165
in   ■    Itlvati n, besides 50 a re
re i    ly ■      making al    '   2
' .    m be put under crop next sea
indpiem      val	
ii  required,   nu*  beiti!. ; tl Inl    tl
.   art ;    •
Only
well
poses
pert)
Pri
IV
$(),()00
: -■        in'. -:.'':;   Stars.
I    ;   i  M t ( lull cf Clothes, or
Sh iti   i   Bl ■ ■■■: )   II so,
e.r Suck Taking
:.:•-:..!• v  ,'.'h
A nun :       "       gathered al ilio
..    • :.'•  ..' .....      ... Nt v
.     . .enjoyable Hint
■  | I.
A  e'h'e niiii.ber irom Ihe u»n and
ll  llie btrih.iay
parly glvon by Miss Bella Pound on
■" laj   aval   h'      I     Dancing was
' the guesis. and
.able fund
11 adies' Aid ol
- I be held at lha
.   '    l: '.','.-:
.: :it 2.30
vill ba served
si  ■.   -,-■ ■■   ..-azs*:a _«.j.. . —ui,M..., «^~.-iw*. i i K^
Let us Bring Erash's Creek
This is n
ifito Your House!
: -.-.
near approach of the com-
iiilzens will soon be -,
h uses.   Gel your or- ,
nd -,he rush commences fi
■
ike all work i including
•    Ith the Instal i ••-ater
... i a large amount of pipj
- plumbing linings.
Itlvely guarun
hip and materials
get   ir prices
.*  ,
tin
'    ':
-..•rn rea
GREAT . .
Cash Sale
FIRST ANNUAL CASH  DISCOUNT  STOCK-TAKING  SALE
COMMENCING JANUARY 2nd, 1907, FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY
V
A.Fultoni>
I lardwarcTin  and *
limbing oriop        m
—ZVattl - -i.jaar.- aiCtX.~ v
JTOWN 9b DISTRICT
| .NOTES.
71
I*    ■ ■..
ruing
Ts Imish iht to,'.
•■
■
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.
It <Sy who
I Ihi Nt •  Yi-ar'a dance given
by Court Arn n   .■ IG.F. were; Mr.
and Mrs. and Mlu Wnght. Miss Rcb-
M '■'.as Jones. Miss
F. Wheeler, Mra. Van Tassel, Mr. and
Mis. Suiclille. H, Minion. Roy Wheel-
rt. 8, Wilson ani D. A. Hyslop. The
aftalr was an unprecedented success,
and air-.- incsra were pre
sent. Many b.-auiiiul dresses were worn
by lite ladles, lhe scene during the
danos being a very brilliant one. A
- iat 12 o'clock,
■
■ I a.m.   Our visitors speak in the
highest terms c! the management ol the
tunci.cn. ani the way In which ihey Of latest design,
tht M. C. and
■ -
safer than to Itt It tun and cure H ali-r
wards.  Taken at the "aner n I
'  .-. will h*»4 ell a'l colda ard
■•taps save y e "
■
ettdy cold cur»
ant and 2S cent
.
n
'
We will oiler durln,: I I •.he? following cash dltc
'i^ per cent, on Dry Goods. In this line some splendid bargains In
white and grey Flannel Bl.itkets. Klantielattt Sheets, Prints, be
'J.', per ctn. on Cent's Furnlshii.gs. consisting oi Underwear, Flannel
Shins, Dress Shins and hosiery ol all kinds,
iti per cent, off Ready Mad t Clothing. Now Is your opportunity lo
secure a good suit ol clothes-lit guaranteed. We have also
a good assorttnenl ol Pants. Macklnaws, etc
2S per ceni. off Scots and Slices. Shoe Packs and Rubber Footwear
10 per c<m. off Grocerias, which are Iresh and ol AI Quality.
e w toys, dolls, ale  Ihi
^[etcalfe & Wheel
leeier
:.3ao«r~.T:;nr •.a-v-aT
We have just added lo our equipment
2-Seated Surrey
It Is sm elegant and comfortable-riding rig,
! t- md the .'.is*.*!".*.
and just the 'hlng In -x-hlcn to drive a fri-
MATTHEWf Ha EVANS
ENDERBY
Nuti'.o.
...
IMI .17 \ POLId  COURT
The:
.
I ■! Ilia Bl
CITY Oi* ENDERBY.
Notic3
m.Ar>e ;.:.•*.!.%_$
...   ..
January. 1957",
PRIVATE SALE
WA',
l.:i
ind
md
A stror
means i
and got
gcod work means advancement Ta have
a strong constitution
one must have the beat
meats, and that's what
you will llnd at the new
brick block, Always
[fresh, juicy and tender
Geo. R. Sharpe
Fruit Trees
"
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i
•
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.. -,*
IoK.3hoW Elfrtts
Can: ■
Je-hool District ef Env.iiy.
NjTICE
?o trtejMh Day of Januarv,
1907,
Trus'.es,
^itji of EuitrrbQ.
NOTICE
Home Grown Nursery Trees  ,     <■.«
Apples. Plums and Prunes
lor sate far spring planting
For varieties and prices apply
to Manager,
Co'4,1.. am I cl at, •__., LM.
VERNON •        k. C.
Fourteenth Doy of January,
1907,
Mayor nnd Aldermen.
•seven_eenla'.i Day of J. uu
ory 1907,
i
■
-
A Business Change
'■■'■■        ■   .",;   '   ;•
form the public that she has
taken ever the Restaurant and
bakery business lately carried
on by Mr. J. McQueen, and
h pes for a continuance ot the
I .ronage which has been ac*
rded the business in the past
W. Elson
THE PIONEER TAILOR OF B. C.
Seventeenth Day of Janu-S   Hav,_g ,„,, rece|ved _ ,mt
ary, 1907. selection in the latest styles In
pantlngs. mil be pleased to receive and make up orders during
ihe  Mnier months at cden
use, until spring work begins,
ur order twill be appreciated.
Green Mill Wood
For Sale.
■-.-■* r iers ai '.he
A R Rcgers Lumber
Ltd., for mill
•wood Box containing
160 cubic feet o! 16
inch wood delivered
for SI 50.
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