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 JAN 3.1907
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P
rogress
and   NORTHERN   OKANAGAN HERALD
With Which Is Incorporated THE EDENOGRAPH
Volume 3,   Number 32
NDERBY. B. C, DECEMBER 28. 1906.
MCE, SI 50 a Yf.ar
To The Public.
Christmas in Town.
Thi
Enderby, b.c., Dec. 21, 1906
Dear Sir or Madam—
On and after January I, 1907. *e have decided to
place our business on a cash and monthly account basis.
The public may look for a large reduction In prices,
and it is to be hoped that they will take advantage ol same,
and spend their money In the town In which they Ilve,
thereby each In their way helping to build their 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 lo follow this principle In
Enderby.
Thanking you for past favors, and soliciting your
future patronage, which will always havt our besl attention.
We are, yours truly,
HARVEY & DOBSON
GENERAL MERCHANTS f
ENDERBY, B.C.]
briKhi I
season has Indectd been a season
. et     ll has been the season
,   i.i   mistletoe   a time (or
. • : ,'••;. : ii   i'l.; :...•     ' t
,:i. :■   in    .' ie tarty geeilngi   a lime
i '.nits lo die,
..    .   .i It was "Merry Christmas"
all round.   Fat turkey, Christmas pud-
ling • ,: that nth ihe Usual sundries,
lurtiialted Hie inner man delight.   The
  ■ :li .-aeas-jn was also given
play in many wavs, and In lact, tha day
was a happy anniversary,
Anything like a lull account ol the
social happenings of the day cannot be
| given. Time and space lotbiJ; but
. never in the huiory ol Enderby waa tha
| day more universally .'
| At both the King Edward and Enderby Hun's special bills til lare were pro.
j vlded, and the houses prettily decorated
for the occasion Good cheer was
universal, and tho boarders reminded
| ol days past, when Ihey used lo sit
| around the faintly table
The merchants generally, report lhal
ihe Christmas trade was betier than
'last year, attd one and ail express them-
Council Meeting
The city council held Iheir usual
weekly meeling on Wednesday evening.
The By-law for the abollshlon ol the
wards passed lis third reading.
A letter was read Irom Dr. Fag.in,
Provincial Health Officer. In which he
slated lhal he expected to ba In Enderby by tlte end ol the week. I i
also asked what had become ol lhe
Endeiby Ann-Tuberculosis Society.
The need ol the speedy completion
ol llie rlpp-rapplng work alone,; lha • I
bank ol Ihe river from Ihe Hour null lo
the bridge was discussed. The
lion waa nov gelling serious and the
council thought II should be done.
The clerk was  Inatl Wil    '
Duncan Rosa, M I'.. at Oltava,
drawing his attention to th*
urgent need A lurlht r protection (or
the river bank      . i in the
Supplemental/ tclmtatca,
A letter waa aU raid Irom A. Fulton, lo ihe following -
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HEN IN ENDERBY
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To the Ma) *
of Ihe City ,: Enderby.
Gentleman,
There are a l ■ r a
selves as aallaiieJ. *** City Etc,:
tliat 11...
Sndcrly F!our the Pioneer. - ■
ss
A great amount ol "hit air" and ,B* *lai •
telegraphicdispatchtishavek       i "'      — *'>■*<*>»•
a.y I rlhe purpaetil here.!:-
shipment of one or wo comparatively holder,   ,
small cargoes of prairie millet II ur to in partlculat
the Orient, and while cue does tut of pipe. •.
Legislature Dis-.olved.
A special Issue ol the British Columbia Gazette dated Monday, 2-lth,
Intl., announces lha dissolution ol the
Legislature and the Issuance ol writs
throughout ihe province lor a general
. lection. January 19th being llxet! for
the day ol nomination, the wiiia being
returnable March 2nd.
The date ol polling Is nol announced
tn lhoGa«tte, but 11 Is staled, unofficially, by members ol the Government,
lhal it will be about the end of January,
llie 3Isl ol lhat nie.mli and 2nd ol February being variously staled as Ihe
kel) -lac
The Governmenl has been veiy
ver ihe dissolution While
it was fell that a crisis was unbending,
lhls opinion being strengthened oy ihe
resignation of R. F. Green, ihere waa
no knowledge at the capital on Monday,
save among the selected lew ol the
Government's Irienda. lhat a dissolution
had actually been granted by the Lieut
enant-Govcrnar.
The long looked for campaign ta now
cnand lha
. .. : 'jeeitl the
111 von
Late Local Notts.
to Lmle. cl Maia. was in lown on
•i afent Christ-
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STOP   AT
Tat KINC EDWARD HOTEL
THI   LEADING   HOSTBLRY  OF THI OKANACAN VALLEY
Visitors to the northern part of Ihe Okanagan Valley, whether
land hunting, or torpluaure and sport, can do ra belter than
make ihu haute their headquarters, Table and cuisine unexcelled Bar tepleie with lineal wines, spirits, liqueurs, cigars
LARGE LIGHT SAMPLE ROOMS
at 11 «_ MURPHY
PtO^t le? LO? |
WllieS &  -Spirits  tars* aiaortiiiOM of all the well
known brands le choose Irom,
and buy your Harness before
The Raise. «„,,„„.,. s,.,, i.
Vjome
J. W. EVANS,
ENDERBY
who have  :   |
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ne.es.-i' .....     .
red Inli
We refer parli.-eilarly loth-
flour mill    It la sale lo say that Ihli
mad by the Columbia
pany and
tretl
ni China, an! *
j shipments trout Ihe Endetb)
> made by aU other Cans; ,
Wh.le an I .
g lauded in Innumerable pre.-a
l-,r a al
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Co,   had made  sli.;
25.000 sacks during the pa *
day*: while the average sacks  |
. the past all muttli.
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tl-lli   aiuiivtiiaty of   their wedding.
twenty-two guesti pa••
the dinner, wh ie   . •
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An ciij • .- a- V
C W. Hull < ...
- 'orly invited guests.   Dancing
• .■ ■     llll Ihe early hcjursol
* nine waa spent
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Aftter Christmas Clean-Up
Your Ov/n Prices
We didn't sell everything
H    '' I,   ; •■' ab
lies which ycu can have at your own prices.
V/e have strut 15 Fancy Basket: and
we are telling al slaughter f •
You anil have lime lo secute it-      - NTW YEAR'S
GIFTS.   Thtreli an enormous saving »n*.
■lone*.
TR Enderby Drug & Stationery Co., Ltd.
Cliff Street P.O  Box 77
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OUR BEST
CLUBBING OFFER
The Family Herald and Weekly Star and Progress. i2
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N    i'.ANAGAN HERALD. ENDERBY, B.C..  DECEMBER 28, 1906
THE PROGRESS
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M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
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W. I\ GOOCH
cm ..ill l„- ttliltlen in ii lull
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You Can't Scour Wheat
Thoroughly
By Ihe dry process In vogue In most mills.   Wheat, to be
made absolutely clean, must be washed, as Ihe western
li.ir.1 .Uieal thai goes Inlo " MOFFET'S 'BEST'" Flour
i  .. ashed,
Order Moffct's "Best," thc certain raising flour, from your
..    rrs. and lake no substltul i
l¥e Columbia Flouring Mills Co.,  Ltd., Enderby
V.   J
Bank of Montreal
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Dr. C. W. CrOBS       Home Circle Depar
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Capital, all paAA up, JI-MOO.OOO. Rett,, (.10.000.000
lleaiai.C.   I'e..III. ai.et I ,.„ account,  '.».'.'. 11» .'■ I
hilad orn^u. montrkal
li     I .te. !.■ e Riirei H.n. I. 11 9 rat leonaand Mount Royal 0. C. M. C.
r   -   ■ nl, Sir Geo. A, D .rnmered U. C. M 6,
Vicel'i.       •      S Jlauatien
A Genera! I... \i in ,   tvdncu traiuedcd
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tnetuicc Atlln       ■ a», ■     'ee
Savings Bank S^^vWsa
"*e v r j ««,■»••■»   a„ . n,tte+ 4i w9$ alc.tiait taiw
a' the       C*"-e___L '   i'          -•'   Whherawela on eeaaaaa] wttlioel
a.lay.   Rant-lien'and C-eanee, I'.a.
naaa gtvoi .. .', .■-»,..-
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OKANACAN      DISTRICT
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.....      A. B. Ta] . Ieb-Agl.    P. PuMouiln. Sub A|t
Canadian Homestead Rtr.ula.
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Notea aid Comments
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MOWAT (b BRINDLE
I'M 1   ULOCK. KNDKRbY. It C.
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Real Estate, Insurance,
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Mining and Ceneral Land Agents
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PROMPT  AND CAREFUL       t^~W
ATTENTION GIVEN TO        A^V.
BUSINESS ENTRUSTED        !_[) Bt&f
TO US      2§r*
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WOOD, CARG.LL COMPANY, Lid.
GENERAI    MERCHANTS
Dealt       Di
!'.,• |. anj Sdm. Cto.-l.al>.. Etc.
Death of Agtiei Munro.
\\ (MKI,
(largill
( ompany
laid.
Renew for   -
"The Progress"
Armstrong. B.C.. Dec. 14. 1906.
; - ..• ."!• • :.'..
As *e have decided to adopt the CASH
SY5T. ' Ing ol the N.2*. Year, our place if business
January 2nd. 3rd and 4th, In order lo mark
everythi.tg down to Rock Bjttom Cash Pricks, and on Salur-
. Ian ;a-y &h, v, ? -till Ri ih an
Albrnoon High Tea
IN attendance
it and evening.   Wc have net gone into this
, Miy. but have given it serious consideration,
•ejiniy intend sticking toll, no mailer what Ihe con-
mtyba       -tyihing will be marked tn ni-.
*n buying lor credit and for
un bit five minutes to convince the most
ili pay him over and over again to pay cash.
money and pay 12 to 15 per cenl to da so.
We Ihanl • your liberal patronage In the
in future.   In order lo
llw bail r Opening  Day  we  Will  sell
.ated Sugar .   . * IO0 lbs.
iruly,
Wood, Cargill Co., Ltd. - Armstrong
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'I HE PKCGRhSS & NORTHERN OKANAGAN HFRALD, ENDERBY, B.C., DECEMBER 28, 1906
SALMOlMMfe-j—
WnnL-lu    RciHb»I    rcl   Intoi-nctlnn      Ncccvi      anA    rtealnnc     ref     I'll!   I      ■■       ^ae»a»     ftmm   V~~a_M     -aaaa
Weekly  Budget of Interesting   News   and Doings   of  that
Thriving District, (rom our Regular Correspondent.
Chrlslmas lias come and gone and;    Mr. Jay Haines, of Silver Creek,
llie  usual quota  ol Christmas  tree j has taken In a new partner on Ills ranch
entertainments of the various Sunday I    a lusty boy.   Both Mis. Haines and
Schools have mel wllh more Ihan or-' the bay are doing well,
dlnary success. j    W. R. Creenway and Will C
Saturday   night,    IVrember   22nd lhi-ir  Chiiitinas   with   Sliver  Creek
marked the Initial concert In the new Iriends.
Canoe Creek school. There was a
large crowd present. Quite a number
drove oul irom Ihe Arm and reported
having had a very jolly lime.
"Where In Ihe vorld do all the people come from" was Ihe cry at lite
entertainment In Ihe Valley Church on
Chrlslmas Eve. Every available Inch
of room was taken up In the body ol the
chutch and on the platform, and the
young men were piled three deep along
lhe back and In lhe perch A splendid
programme, canalsllrg of recitations,
solos, choruses and dialogues, was ren
dered by lhe children. Santa Clans
was on hand as usual wllh hla presents
to delight the hearts ol lhe younger
children. All ihe Sunday school scholars recelued gills ol remembrance.
Everyone seemed lo be in a lovlal
humor, and the entertainment passed
oil very pleasantly Indeed.
The Presbyterian entertainment on
Christmas nighl proved very successful
In every way. The long and varied
programme was well  received, lhe
Mr. P. Owen's new residence In the
Valley Is nearlng completion, and Mr.
Owen expects to occupy part of the
house this week.
Mr. Glbbard's new residence recently
completed, Is Indeed a handsome acquisition to our town.
It Is reported that Mr. S. Currie has
sold his ranch and orchard to friends oi
Mr. Weddell. They Inland mivlng In
dining the course ol a few weeks.
A very enjoyable service was ItrlJ
In the Orange Hall on Christmas morning by members cl (he Anglican church
conducted by Mr. Hobson.
There Is ample room tor hundreds of
settlers In and around Salmon Arm
and throughout our fertile valleys, but
II lhe number ol peop'e come In next
spring wh? have manifested their Intention of so doing we'll Ir.ve to "share
up" b*> content wllh smaller holdings
and make room lor cur Iriends Irom
ihe East who will no doubt materially
aaalst us In making this district not
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
Chairs, Rockers. Arm Chairs. Dressers. Kitchen Chairs. Children's Cots. High Chairs, etc., from which to select from.
We handle Tiw Best Goods,
& Our Prices are Right
i. McCALLUM 9b WILCOX
! SALMON A1KM, B. C.
eiExs-.. v=3«i
Strayod.
A Mar* anil while heller onto the |eremtaea
al F H, McGregor aboul November 10th.
The v-wner can have Ihe same by proving
pronetiy and raying all espertsa. II nol
eilied lor will be sold to ray eipeiisei.
F. H. M-G»t30*.
Arm.
Bull Strayoc.
One red and while bull strayed on
to the premises tf lite undersigned
November Ist, 1906. If nol elalm**d
within 30 days and all expenses paid,
will be aotd according to law.
Mra. Jas. Evans.
304i Salman Ann, B. C.
Mara Notes
. only the best frull sedan In B. C. but
audience being verv enthusiastic and ■      .   .     ,.   ., ,
.... .. .       , ^    a, ' an Ideal residential cc.nmunily.
liberal wilh their applause.   The able
manner In which the children deported
themselves reflected great credit on
ihose who prepared tho many numbers
rendered by the children. There was
a large crowd present, and everyone
expressed themselves as being very
well pleased wllh Ihe events ol the evening-
The next concert In order will be al
Kault on Saturday night. December
29th.. lo be held In the new boarding
h -,i - Ag ;,* ,.-. lineI promised
and everyone cordially Invited to be
;e- lent
Haydock and Hlnea have almost
completed their cottage on Cherry Hill,
and will move In very ahortly.
Work on the Anglican church will'
commence al once and lhe butldt.tg!
ruthed to completion. ;   w,   ^ „   ,,,„ _, .|r r( M5M
The Catholics are malting a thorough „.,*., you snd y .ur readers lhe compll-
canvas ol thia district preparatory to „.       ,  „,   W* are just now
building a church In Salmon Arm.      L, Ii.Utmas cheer
Mr. John McCallum Is building a'and never belore in lhe history of Mara
house on hla tola on the new lownslle. j have we heard auch hearty compliments
Mr. and Mrs. FarrU Bolton, ol Dar-' I****** ******** *** so***"****-
llngten. Man,, have been visiting iheir    Cyril Rosoman, who hai bten lime
brother. Mr. Jai. Bolton during lhe Ifeper at N.rinan McLesd's camp for
past week.   They inland spending lha I   • ne I id 11   pettd Christ
winter In B. C. touring cn the Coast. " • arltfc I t v.ivei and Iriends, and
staying a lew days with their brother. *l« l» play the violin al Mr. Sennet's
Dr. Bolton, In Vancouver, and return- dance.
Ing to Salmon Arm to enjoy a few Cwen Rrstsman, who has been wllh
weeks more ol our delightful wmitt the watciwotka people al Enderby (or
weather. . tlit pust two months, has got through
Miss Oammon and Mini Hilton arc snd liaa returned to Mara,
spending their Christmas holidays with     V/e have just had a visit Irom Rupert
Iriends and relations al lhe Coaal.       , Davy, who is well known here.   He Is
Mr.   Albert  Dalrymple. of  Silver now woods manager Icr Mr. Rutlan at
Creek, has gone to the Coast on busi   Famle, and Is here on a visii as well
START The NEW YEAR. RIGHT!
By Invoking In Salmon Arm Town Lois
A Discount of 20 per cent.on atl purchWM made tL, ih,
Quite a number of tlvse lots have already been sold, and If you have money to
invest in a SURE THING, call at our office or write us without delay and we will do
our best for you.
Lots sold singly. In blocks, or by the acre, to suit every purchaser.
McCallum k Wil
SALMON
COX, ARM
THE BANK of HAMILTON
Capital paid up: S2.SCO.000 (
i lal /•
-.-t-uitdi $2.500,0000C
0,000,00
Hon. Wm. Cikson. President
Head Office t  Hamilton J. Turnbull. Manae..'
100 Offices Throughout Canada
A general banking business transacted.        Ranchers' Notes Discounted
Collections made,    Drain sold, payable al all points In Canada
and the United Slates.
SAVINGS  BANK   DEPARTMENT     ^aaila c   r.tit Dollar
AlieJ upavarJ. reCttVM, a;;., tTiiMell co>lipoun3«d half- y- II
Salmon Arm Branch:
ll \v SMITH.
Hume-Grown
Trees   t_? Shrubs
FOR OKANACAN
PEOPLE
Apply to F.R.E.deHART
KELOWNA NURSERIES
KELOWNA • HC.
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Hal
cyon
closed Miss Nlcol praceedi
I, t.. I V.l ■'•■■,.'. I- a; :
Mr. Ernest Bennett were united tn the
ihe bonds of holy matrimony at 6.30
p m. by lhe Rev. Mr. Venablea. The
,as beautifully and tastefully
decorated lor the occasion, and Ihe
ceremony was very impressive and
both Ihe bride and the j*.
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neas.
:s on business.
Mr.  li   .   '   "  and  Mra. John
Wc understand lhal Ihe na-
 -visitor?
- ir teacher f r Vara school is M:
in   Kamlc.-ps   during  Ihe Christina
J-an McRae.
season.
There Is greal activity down here
Quite a novel little concert was hei 1
ail branches ol politics.   Th-c
in Ihe school-house on Friday morning
Liberal Association, bttl its -
last.   The childten rendered Ihe pre
•  li . :,   thi' hai bean an aliens
gramme In a manner highly gratifying
■ ,     rservallva rally here.   B-.it b
to the parenta and verv ci'ditable It
• • most active cl all .it"  1
Iheir teacher.
.   ,'.   '.   ilallsm, -ah
To have beautiful, :•'' Of :
vet-like 1:             at 1
iheir besl   lo  send Mr.   ;   ,,
lorll n-est election.
itfngot    r. Si          in en Salve
Mara public .*,:h ol closejd on Thiir.
ih»n. n-.n morning    •       ••■•
Ute efte :t               '-  " 1    '
.- lasi and itee axarclaei and exan
lips mean fever           ind area
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lllappatrli ,■   Dr.SI     iGrei    a .
la a soft  creatttv   healii'i. cinttteenl.
"  r resldenls who    '•*  nlen  '
■   . iilmtnl   Ota*-
ir store and be     nvlnctd    Large
,       by Knderby Dtug '■• Stal ■ - •' C-
Iter care.     Al       11 1
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MUNNft Co."-"''--**- ■iw Toifl
",."«.HS as r n. WMi..i«iea.. tt 0,
Hot Springs SHnilarlum
'• . under tha management ef
Hauler   Mdioosii.  Hoffman House
K,..,.
Ihe Medteal WaMti al Ma.. a ata 'ha
nwtl emative lit tha warM     A wal.at.
'■•'   '•   '  a     N.e, ,    | M«aw
u  '   •- •       rei   '     », xn, Stanoah
.   ......      -.   < ad • .».»■   ac   »a curt
• gaataaiNflvea.
I     »l              '-el.lllai
Halcyon Hot Sprint;*
Arrow I air  t  C
• CANADAS carATEST
M KMKI1S
Want a local Salesman
I'or Enderby,
To sell High Cl.r    Nu	
Stock In Fruits and Ornamtn
lals. Largest list ol Ne*'
.'; Id Hi ' ••'• '■•' : Start
". *• a' besl -liing season.
Licensed by B C Governinent
lo sell in the F'- .1 -
Columbia     Big li   ice  ents,
pay     ul
!n   Territory •• *•.       Write
lor letms at I    il    t ie, an J
Po.lirr. Moeai ir,i, c ola.a. or 10c. lor
o... Handy Melal Hark iam
Stone & Wellington,
Font hill Nurarrlei,
Ovrr nOO ocrra
Toroetrt. On'drio.
Advcrlise in 'Progress1 :.! JRESS & NORTHERN OKAN.<\GAN HERALD, ENDERBY, B.C.,  DECEMBER 28. 1906
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Think ol what you are missing
by nol reading this as!, eack v.'.vk ! !
.,:::. 6ml     trom Armstrong, 165
s 50 acres
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■    •  ;   :.-•' SI .    n      All
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being put Into I
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Price Only $6,000
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:=^T)     li Fraser, accompanied by hli friend,    At'*
If  ::■ .■ .. nan, came up ir m Kelowna
||   Sal .e i........: .|cccni ili- lesllvo si -   it
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li  iht C tsrt ol Revision ol lht Cue ',  |
 "•ember
ited
he;
Ml     ,   e    Ml      !u   V  cl   I.aJner,
visiting      . and Mrs.
..ce on Wed-
I have
GREAT . .
Cash Sale
FIRST ANNUAL CASH  DISCOUNT  STOCK-TAKING  SALE
COMMENCING JANUARY 2nd  1907. FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY
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kto Yeur House:
■ will
ATT     1, ll.-iiuwai-
.rultoni»ilimi,jin.
I lardware,Tin and.
i» Shop        j,
■_____sa>on_baaK» .  . jam.
TOWN 9b DISTKIC i
. NOTES
'
J
Wo will olter during lhal I the following cash dbc
23 per cenl. on Dry Goods,   l.i ihis line some splendid bargains in
white and grey Flannel BUnkets, Flannelette Shi la, Prlnl   be
23 per cent, cn Genl's Fut; . leng ol Underwear. Flannel
Shirts, Dress Shifts and hotlery of all kinds.
25 per cenl  olf Ready Made     thing    '■ I opportunity to
secure a g   daull I guaranti       We have also
a good assorlmenl d Pants, Macklnawa, etc.
23 per .-cm. oil' Boots and Shoes, Shoe Packs and Rubber Footwear
10 per cent   .■!!  - '       i of Al Quality.
are also offering a lew toys, do
I were lell, al c,
Yjetcalfe &   yy heeler
a • have just adt
■
2-Seated Surrey
■   •   sslgn    It ice itl rtable riding rig.
md                                          ■ •• "•• 'ti-! the i\a\rk\
MATTHEW? &, EVANS  ENDERBY
WanteJ.
»■
Ap| .
.
C.W
Janitor Wanted.
-
C-. btmas Service.
Wc::h Loit.
Notice.
A strong constitution
means a healthy mind
and good work—and
good work means advancement To have
n <nt.!,»; constllutl
one mus'. have the best
meals, an.i lha:»
ycu will Hni at the new
_ i brick b: ck Always
" fresh, juicy and tender.
Geo. K. Sharpe
jENDERBY
Fruit Trees
KbY    OAL Ml.lfcS. LMItktl.
Tenders
Wanted.
Cocktreh for Sa'e.
Home Crown Nursery Trees
Apples, Plums and Prunes
for sale (or spring planting
For varieties and prices apply
to Manager,
 ■■  -. i'.-.- Co.,Lid,
VKftMON B C.
A    BllMllC!* Change
Mrs. Tingstrom begs to Inform the public that she has
taken over the Restaurant and
bakery business lately carried
on by Mr. J. McQueen, and
hopes for a continuance ol the
patronage which has been ac-
.corded the business In the past
r*     n  u    *si W. Elson
IS THE PLACE FOR T'
A NICE CLEAN Having just received a tine
SMOOTH   . SHAVE selection In the latest styles in
•; ....    .            Beii Buck pantings. Mil be pleased lo ra
.ii,      ivtHiinv ce,ve and malte "P crders dufin«
_in ,i dnubkdi ne w)nler months a:  sden
r\ i     ,   .     | •  . c | H-use. uniii spring * ark begins
I) jbentureg l-oi bale Your crdcr ^ _Jat>preCiated
Wemwoiaa Loen r.ei.esw
- •      "
Green Mill Wood
For Sale.
i   rders at the
A R R:«srs Lumber
Lid.,  for mhl
con'.aining
Ieel of 16
inch wood deii'.
for $1.50.

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