BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Enderby Progress and Northern Okanagan Herald Dec 21, 1906

Item Metadata

Download

Media
epnoh-1.0353231.pdf
Metadata
JSON: epnoh-1.0353231.json
JSON-LD: epnoh-1.0353231-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): epnoh-1.0353231-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: epnoh-1.0353231-rdf.json
Turtle: epnoh-1.0353231-turtle.txt
N-Triples: epnoh-1.0353231-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: epnoh-1.0353231-source.json
Full Text
epnoh-1.0353231-fulltext.txt
Citation
epnoh-1.0353231.ris

Full Text

 '
The  Enderby  Progress
and   NORTHERN  OKANAGAN HERALD
With Which Is Incorporated THE EDENOGRAPH
UtC
Volume 3.   Number 31.
E.I.DEKBY, B.C.. DECEMBER 21, 1906.
Price. $1.50 a Year
We Have the Xmas. Goods
Never before have we shown such a galaxy of Christmas goods as we have displayed in our store at this Christmas season o( 1906.
Our stock of Toys is Urge and varied, come and select yours *hlle ths stock Is
complete.
We have a stock of library lamps that warrants your Inspection. Our glassware
and crockery suitable for presents, is the finest In the valley. Come and see the many
beautiful pieces—dinner and lea sets, toilet sets, and (ancy Jugs and glasses—and be
convinced.
In our Ladies' Department we have a large assortment of Mexican drawn work
5 o'clock tea cloths, dollies and white work.
Our fancy back combs and side combs are the right things, and It is for ycu to
put them in the right place.
Come to the only electrically-lighted store in town, This Is enly one of our
many great advantages.
HARVEY * DOBSON
lhe Popular Store.
Expect a Ferry.
The Rood people residing between
Knuerby and Mara, along each side ol
Ihe Spallutncheen River, aspect to
have a lerry servica inaugurated at no
diaiam date. The point where It will
be located Is, we underatand, somewhere near lhe Waddell ranch. This
la lasl becoming a much needed
accommodation lor this rapidly filling
district, lor at present, the rancheis
have to either go to Enderby or Mara,
belore they can cross', and to those
living midway between the two places,
this means a distance ol abcul twelve
mllea, ll will alio be an accoimnoda'
Hon (or the school children living on
lhe west side ol tha river, enisling
them to attend the recently organiiea
school district ot North Endeiby.
Will Enlarge TF. Sawmill.
Mr. F I. Buckley, manager ol the
A. R. Rogera Lumber Co,, announced
lhls week, that, aa soon aa ths Cam
Dany'i sawmill here ii thut down
•about January lal.,1 extensive addi-
lions wni be made to the mill and plant.
The null will be completely overhauled mi lemodelled. new planing
and lath mills and a box factory erected,
involving the expenditure ol capital to
mt ol between $60,000 and
575,000.
Ta provide more yard room, tha
Co'npatiy has purchased six and a hall
acres Irom F. H. Bart.ei, situated on
the Artiulrvitg road, betw.en Ihe re-
. . ground and Robinson Bios,
place. It Is also the intention to run
I the null duubld ahili next aeaaon, and
lo maintain an output ol 150.000 Ieel
•
Another announcement which Mr.
Buckley made one which will be appealed by all is thai a burner will be
erec'.ed to Uke the place ol the present
refuse lire, thus removing what has
been in thi past a menace io tha town.
S, George's Church services on
Christmas Day will be: Holy Communion. 8 am.: Holy Communion.
Minns and Sermon, 11 a in (Special
Chrlslmas music.)
^
J
w
HEN IN ENDERBY
STOP   AT
TSa KING EDWARD HOTEL
THS   LEADING  HOSTELHY   OF THI OKANACAN VALLEY
Visitors to the nsrthem pari of the Okanigan Valley, wheihit
land hunting, or for pleasure and spoil, can do ns betier than
make thia home their headquarters Table and cuisine unexcelled. Bar replete with lineal wines, spirits, liqueurs, cigais
LARGE LIGHT SAMPLE ROOMS
•III. <_. MUEPHY
PVtffWwMV
Wines & Spirits
•      h     ■.. '•    -
Iher dnnki    We I
large auoilment at alt the well
,4
:a|ftw
At The Christmas Store
To Aid our Customers in Seleding Gifts we publish a Partial List of the Goods to be Seen
at Our Store.
Souvenir Goods     Some Gifts for Men For Ladies
Burnt Leather Goods
Albums
Card Cases
Much Holders
Pipe Racks
BoA  Covers
Magazine Covers
Post Card Holders
Handkerchief  "
Clove
Comb
Cigar Cases
Bag3     t
Purses
Mais
...
Shells
Ink Stands
Travelling Sets
Smokers' Sets
Case Pipes
Military Hair Brushes
Tobacco Pouches
Ink Stands
Ebony Soap Boxes
Fountain Pens
Purses
Wallets
BUI Pouches
Hair Brushes
Cigars
"    Holders
Shaving Brushes—A bushel basket lo choose Irom
Vases
Sewing Sets ,
Perfumes
Perfume Sprays
Writing Folios
Fancy Writing Bsxes
ic'   ■ . !'  - : • i
Pin Trays
Cut Glass
CtO Beautiful Pieces at Attractive Prices
Bibles      Paems     Novels
Mirrors—a large assortment
Art Calendars
Post Card Albums
For Children
A Large Assortment of Toy
Books In paper and linen
"Bays' Own Annual"
"Chums"
Stones from the &bte—Illustrated
Natural History Books
Story Books by Henty. Bal
lanlyne. Paniy Srries.
Fairy Stones. Busier
Bro«n Books
Candies
■ «. , ,-• ■ i; r. C» : .-. ■
Webb's. Stewart's and McCor-
mlcks' in beautiful packages
Irom 25c to $5. Also a I-. *
line of Fine bulk Chocolates
and Candle
%£ Enderby Drug am/ Stationery Company Xtd
Cliff Street, Enderby
Don't for^el the place THE PROGRESS k NORTHERN OKANAGAN HERALD, ENDERBY, B.C., DECEMBER 21, 1906
Till-. PROGRESS
• JK    SUIS   PRKT."
■ .
lha I
an fie.' itl      ■■   ..'
...-,:     I  .' :   ;'
idea oi ; i
bya
yet It Is When there is news lo publish
an i lea c mcerning any political pviy,
ut; I • we vill publish it fairly, leaving
late .'.ice ..: ri.. lers I   |udge lor them
11
tl i
Then, when The   appointment   of   Mr.
... . the choice ol the Graham Rosoman  as Police
-
■
l\ GOOC11
jrs is necessarily a hurtle
ie. and may-be. Injustice is
:.■::. '..ructionor another.
. I r that if It i '.h ■
tentlon I the present i at I
•■ k re-election, they sh ild
irtalnly s.iv so. and ii all on
\Y
PETER BURNE1
LAN
■
■
Miss B. Manton
ivlagis'.r.'"   sh  ild meet with
hearty approval by all residents
of Endeiby.   Mr. Rosoman is
a man well respected through-
ut this part of the Valley, and
ne who should be quite capable
I. Idlng the posllloo.   There
n | '..iseolihlsappolnt-
 il ' 11 h ma) have escaped
idet   n lice,   By virtue
oi Ins *., i Intment, Mr. Roso-
 •..,; i.nh small debls
,    .':..:-. -lie city limits,
being able;, in fact, to hold a
A
!. 0.0. F.
Kweiua Uat%r. Mo
ir city—an in
need I  **■ .'uluvaled.
We also consider that a pub
'ting should be c    ,.
■ • ;.■.   nt council, at whl h
anj ne Intending to seek elec smah oebis court lor the city.
ui be given an tpporlun- No doubt this aspect ol the
r,   : expressing his views on appointment will make It thc
il   an   "■ | -, re popular, especially among
I; irtunny >i ask our merchants.
. questions they n 	
insweredbytl Death at Mara.
I  ..
It is time that we alscard*. ...,•,.,
er  discussions loi
inly   and con tatUtre.;
*.ay ot venting our <
ny). and views ******** <9*m-*i******
at public meeUngs. •   "
tah ihe present MayorI ***** 8s™ **> ****** ***• hu leaidenee. nai
announced his mtcn '**<***** ***9 ********* **********  Th«
et, we believe **»*****. wh*. wa lUtyihree vears ol
- Idea oltv •       '        ■ ■**•*** mi ******
  ■ *"> »"•   Th4 ******** **** ,
, ,,   v     , ,, This course 1? ■
U.L..N<>.*m> > •x***** ******
_*_!_!_!_!_____.
, orsuaded  I    retain * '__ ,__.' ....
i third I _.   . _ "li
*•    n lot - uggesting this
nt civic busi-
III remain un
the  present
Wc
•
As our rate
.
•1,-ttii
ited,  and   ti
a iy teen v
Dr.C.W.Crow
ENDERBY    -    B <
• ■
A. !•'. & A. M.
Hame Circle Detriment
'Ul
Noun and Comment*
«___■_■_■ bv immmtmaamw
CHRISTMAS GREETINGS
We think that it is ex
thatourpre
Hit in th
ext year to see tl i
is business  N&-
inhere I'
-qually as well as
-Sell: but he has all this
.nt business at his ling
«rs" ends, and it Ischi
lie* lltr.'*
■
. lie.' Itecwt tint
TRY  OUR .   .
Wheatlets
.   .  For Breakfast.
Contains   all   the    NUTRIMENT   In   Wheat
For Sale hy all Grocers
The Columbia Flouring M-.1U Co., Ltd., Enderby
Bank of Montreal
Rett,, SI0,000,000
ante Profit, anil U><i account, S931,4IB.)l
HEAD   or HI.' .   MONTH! Al.
Capital, ell peM up. SI4.4O0.0CO
Bali
Hon, Pretldotit. Ritht Hon. Lotd S'rat'.-
I'teiiclant. Sit Gee ML.
Viee-I'ieatd in   E.
ictatcJ Mount Royal 0, CM. 0.
mend L C. M C
ft,. Claullon
A Ceneral Batiklns   humcia tramadeei
: iat'*-    '. a. . ac
ai ai
Savhgs Bank.
points in tha I'Mlt-l  Stiln*. kutopt w6 Cutttft.
i. | *\   i ait! lUwtonCily.
Uepartmant. [** *■. '.££
ntaieat a   **1 ae r .t.ai.l latee.
-,   Whhdraweta on AamaaA wttkoel
tela.'    Kenettt.a and C-.unity Y m
naaa r..vn ilatlan'loli     Man   'a     laehool DbtrletaeaoaUareeaecad
eafaeeral - " attention {van to tha handlmt a-l Mun; etaa. and
eeihet dtbenl i
OKANACAN     DISTRICT
0 A Htmuaoa  Manajai. Vein t.
ENDERBY ARMSTRONG KELOWNA
A. E, Teylot. Sab Afi.   E S V.M.-vleMack.Sejti Aft    V.DuMeutin SuKAgl
MOWAT ®> BRINDLE
BELL BLOCK. ENDERBY. B. C.
Real Ectata, Insurance,
(lining anil Ceneral Land Agents
PROMPT AND CAREFUL
ATTENTION  GIVEN TO
BUSINESS ENTRUSTED
TO  US
W*. have just adde
sur equipment
11 i   see i
that
■
ire *
i-i n
c   I '...      I,;,,.       '   ..
'■I     III"
„ e.l  «i,.|.   *,. ina,   mate t
.......i,ei.1.,1 in H,«i
lhe t«icai ..I li"H
•i.. i., i,.,-, ik)
2-Seated Surrey
01 latest de;lgn. It is an elegant and comfortable rtding rtg,
and just the thing in which lo drive a friend around the district
MATTHEW: & EVANS ENDEREY |
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
< -. • ' ' I Ce K |
t S(>«4 I a .".a
t!   C
SynoptKol
< anadi.n ||«nc..|..»4 L.velal *■»
ANY aaa a' '
aa    a,
I- ,     .Ci        '
I- iticl and Kloiwr Seeda
"KINO PLANTING. TESTED HH.it*-.
.......
■** ,.,.■...-•■-..
t..ee"heauc.  r.aeil.
J Ploial Ma.-lent      ****** ***m ** ""* t*»»''>*1r •' "»l
" ' ,       „     •      -      ,...• ,'      '-r,|
m ami Suppliea. UttrfhaM^
day
-,   IVIC imi
•'        ,
a
'     '
lll\>
,
-
atl
.
■
e
-•
I
in th'
•
r ■ .     ■
t c-uii tti autteej io ^st lum j.    . .   ' itM lal
•II   Itie  aalllilll'"
-1      Tl-
..|    Kla.ee
l..in.i
. I.    t
■
V/e do hisliies* «n out owl f-tomda
'
tn»a>lall tmif ......-■■
■ ■- ,
Green Mill Wood
For Sale.
; »,. •    • isfs a'. ',he
< •  ' .inber
lot mill
wood Dor. containing
160 Bl 16
Inch *   i delivered
'
■
. Knlettiy
Cotkerelt for Sale.
im tvl.
'
Endet-
•  • •  • • ■'.      -.-...
S (««>!. rtiaaii
,.
II -.;...... •
■   e,,
Uteeiciieity el MaliMf.t • * "- '
iMreu aa ie tendetaee tnaje le aamliM I
KHderaeeeWr *
Sit mctitta mlite in a.tmrt <*
Seen It It.? the Comttctatlarier '
■-
taawetet.
am may Ve paic-haaej a* 1
.a,     <•»--'.>'
■e .
Ly ««iiaditidual al tc-  ■■
i»   " i
,:,...,...•. le impettier.
City   Barker   Srti
IS THE PLACE FORl
A NICE CLEAN
SMOOTH   . SHAVE:
11 N. HenltlckaMi. Bell i /Ot*
Supplement to The Progress
Friday, December 21st., 1906.
Around tha Stores.
The Ctinattnaa aeaaon ta tg>,n in
one* again, and itcte windows are
ft- ,- .- «t i wiih a tie- t i thing.
which. Ircm cwlotnael time memorial.
..... n  •-..- ■    •-■■..   .
Moat metchanta realire the value tf
aitiasilva. original «indo« display, in
,...,,,    ,-..■■
at no (ictlad ol lhe year uto much
lint* and mention given lo the ttore
wmdawiihtnatChtutmaa The taut
ditptayed in window decoration by our
mtKhanu thli year is wstihy ol city
atom, and almost every window in
letm shows an Individuality, which
compels lha passerby lo slop and ea-
a-.,-   - *■     -alert.
We doubt whether our merchants
ft..t'." bd .-'a I n ueh - heavy
and well avwrted ttock ol goods lor a
Chiuimas aeaaon at ihey havt done
tha year, and an inspection cl the
various butlnett houttt la a levetallon
to one.
We give a lew Imprettlom el lhe
atodts et our mttchanu whote an-
naunetmenu an lo be found In our
cohitnm and to which we reier you.
Harvey tt Dobton have a store lull
ol Chriitmai goods, Betides Iheir usual
lines ol tuple goodt they haveditpitytd
a lireauottmtnt olChtisimat goods
toys, china and glastvatc. crockery,
laney gooda ol all dttcnationt, whilt
in the ladies' department can be teen
many beautiful ctealtons tn Mouses,
waists, beds, coUara, tic, tic all ol
which cannot (all lo delight the heatls
ol our lady readers.
A eery UtlttuOy decorated window
Is thai ol the Endetby Dtugfe Station-
eryCo .and the many beauliful ittldet
on show therein ate an earnest of what
It to bt lound limdt lhe store. And
the visiter It not dislppoinled when an
inspection ol Ihtlt ttock It made.
Thete we finds a bewildering cclleclic n.
comprising many lovely specimens of
cut glait, souvenir goods ol every de-
SCtipiMn. albums, calemlars. gilt books.
Itsertllii* cases, perfumes, ttcty books
lot children—and candies
A hardware store is not generally
accepted as a Christmas More, but A.
Niton has many irtldtl en show
which would make idmliabM Christmas
gills. For instance: a nice cattily
set ia an acceptable present.
Metcalle & Wheeler, betldet the
staple lines, have thia year made a
'tpectaliv ol toys and garnet, and tha
Ion ot paatett.br It attested by a
Christmas liee In mlnlatura in Ihtir
window, surrounded try gilt articles ol
,'. .  ■•,':■
The Endeiby Trading Co.. F. Pyman. Jeweler. J. C. English ilumitutel
and ft. ft. Bradley ate all making apodal ditclaya ol aeasonable goods, and
invite your inspection.
At the end ol a visit ol Inspection ol
all lhe business hornet, ihe conclusion
It arrived al that never befcra In the
history of the town and district have
timet been tc good. If on* can judge
from the qualily and tlte ol Ihe slocks
el goodt cattled by the stores in lown.
Our butlnett houses an mirrors
that leiiect the prosperity ol the town
and country, and the teiiectton which
It teen ii indeed a bright one.
decided thai the clerk shculd give Mr.
Hancock the names ol all who had
complied wllh the regulations, so that
he may turn on the water.
CIVIC BU:.JNESS.
Wednesday'! meeting ol Ihe Clly
Council waa a motl important one.
and the session did not elate llll alter
'*  '      I ..1/
Among the tutinest transacted was
the imtuductlon cl a by-law abolishing
the Wards, and the appointment of
Graham Rosoman at returning oflleer
at the coming municipal elections.
Health Office! Gardom. who was pte-
tent, reminded the council thai when
he waa appointed, hla instructions were
nol lo enforce the Health By-law,
except on receipt of a complaint, and
asked the council il Ihey still wished
such to be th* case.
This led lo t general discussion ol lhe
sanitary eondiliai. ol the town. The eon-
titular, atneed tl was lhat bt. Pagan should
U ashed lo cem* and thoiouflily Irastnecl
■'-• Iowa, and advise lhe diy aa lo Iht best
■teniae to pursue lor Ihe reusing ot lht lown
en a -u-laelery santiaiy condition. Tht
C'.etk was inaltiKied to wine Dr. pagan to
thai effect.
The clerk applied to the council to
have the city erigineet work In concert
with him in regard lo Ihe turning on Ol
water into private houses, lit pointed
MM lhat, by Ihe provisions ol the Water-
wc'ks Pegulaiion By-law, it I
be turned on until the fee lor tapping
the main, and a month's tale in advance
paid. Thit, eacept in very few instances, had not been done,  ll was
Conservative Rally.
Tht tally at Vemon lasl week ol
i Okanagan Conservatives wu characterised aa being a lime ol greal enthusiasm. Al tht Veai. iii M on Thursday
evening fully 250 tat down, while the
meeting on Friday evening wu exceptionally successful Among Endeiby
reprtienttllves were Messrs. A. L.
Fortune, Geo. Heggie. F. H. Bainej,
G. C. Salt. W. ft. Gcoch and Ira
C Jonet, and tit report a moat satis-
factory time. Price Ellison, the present member for the district, wu again
unanimously chosen to bt the candidate
in the Cometvalivt interests ai tha
neat election.
)    LOCAL ORGANIZATION FORMED
A well attended meeting of Ccrutrva-
lives was held in the Masonic Hall on
Tuesday night, when a considerable
amount olorgantolion work wu accomplished The chlel work done wu
the thorough oiganuatlcn ola Conservative Association (or Ihis district.
Tha officers elected were u follows:
Pre*,. F. H. Barnes: first vlcepres.,
F.H, Hassard;secondviceptet.,Geo.
Heggie: secretary. W, P, Gooch; treasurer. J. F. Pringle. Members ol the
executive committee were chosen u
follows: Messrs Garden. T. G. Bell,
J. B.Gaytord.O. Rosoman, F. Pyman,
Ira Jones. J. Dagg. J. C English. Jr.,
J. English. Sr. and G. Rosoman,
(wnh power lo add to their numtetsl.
Mara Marriage.
The marriage of two popular Mara
residents look place on Thursday evening at iht home ol Mrs. M. E. Rosoman. when Mr. E Bennel and Miss
Nicol were united In Iht bonds oi
holy matrimony. The ceremony waa
performed by Rev. ft V. Venables, in
lhe presence ol a number ol friends of
Ihe hatpy couple Tho gr:',t ii a
well known and much respected rancher of Mara, while his bride has had
•charge ot Mara school (or lhe put
year The Ppookess extends IU congratulations. THE PROGRESS & NORTHERN OKANACAN HERALD, ENDERBY, B.C., DECEMBER 21. 1906
SALMON ARM
Weekly  Budget cf Interesting   News   and Doings  ol  that
Thriving Distil.:!, frmn our Regular Correspondent.
Thsnk You ! !
Miss Cralk, of Silver Creek, spent
.■ ind Sunday lut wllh friends
In Salmon Arm.
Mr. J. C. Booth, cl Sainton Arm,
.fin  the last week ol  the hunting
Vllh  Mr. Tweedale al Silver
Creek.
Sliver Creek oilers exceptionally
good sport to the lovers ol hunting ami
trapping. Quite a number ol deer,
cougars and bear have bee.i taken out
this season.
"Resolved, lhat married life Is preferable lo single life" Is ihe subject ol
the debate lor next Saturday night.
Messrs.., ohn Johnson. A. P. McLean
and A. E. Tveedala will be lhe affirmative representatives and Me
Johnston, Buford Brown and A. Johnston, the negative. A very interesting
and proliiablo evening Is assured and
everyone Is Invited to be pi <
Tlte entertainment held In iht
house on Friday morning lut wu a
decided success. Miu Cralk deserves
much credit lor the special Interest
and seal she hu manifested In the
good work of educating the children
along these lines.
Mr. Pearson Shaw, ol Shuswap. was
In town on Sunday.
Mlu Bowles, ol the Valley school,
and Miu Cralk, ol Silver 'reek, led
for ihe Caul on Friday nighl. Th-y
Intend spending the Christmas holidays
with iheir relatives In Vancouver and
New Westminster.
Jas. Evans brought In seventy head
ct cattle from Shuswap lut week.
They are all In prime condition and;
'   ;.' ! -. ,. ■ ■ ,•    :;,..'
!  Fleming,  ol
,   were viiliott in lown U t
-■
Mrs. A. F„ Painter. W. Palmer and
elend spending Chrial-
uver li tends.
ice building on Front
street is nesting cemplellcn and will
be ready lor tenants by January Itl.
■irpriae (early held al YVeddeU'a
on Thursday night lut prtved very
aueceaaful Everyone repotted having
had a line lime
A number ol the Valley young people j
drove up ts Metre!'t on Saturday and
spent a very pleasant evening.
The lumber for the new church oft
S. John the Evangelist la on Ihe sue
and wotk cn the buildup will commence al once.
A Christmas Iree entertainment will
be held in the new boarding home at
Kault on Saturday night. December
29lh. Friends in the adjoining settle-
menu are cordially invited to be
preterit
"ling of the Conservative Asso-
. ft :'. last Saturday night in
Ihe sample rooms.   There was a large
.....        ....
pleased Wllh the business I.
ersare:
Mr. Walker received serious Injuries
It. nt il:-* ki -k ol a horse lasi week
We are In hopes that he will nol be
Incapacitated (or work lor ani
ol time.
Mr r.nd Mrs. Woodward came in
ta: t week and have taken up their
residence on the property recently purchased Irom Mr. J. Hart,
Mr. W. Mason Is al work on the
foundation of Robert Fortune'.*! new
dwelling. Mr. Fortune Is putting up a
handsome residence that will, no doubt.
be quite an acquisition to the community-
Mr. Woodland and family, of Kault.
intend moving Into their new premises
opposite tho Parsonage next week.
J. D. Swanson. ol Kamloops, has
purchased sixty acret ol the Rulh
Ranch.
To hive beautiful, perfect pink, vol-
a, apply at bedtime a lighl
itingol Dr. Shoop'a Green Salve.
»tt inarnlng notice carefully
the effect.   Dry. cracked, or eolorleu
t feverishness. and are m well
III appearing.  Dr. Shoop's Green Salve
I, creamy, healing ointment,
that will quickly correct any akin Mem-
em    Get a free trial box at
and be convinced.   Large,
. .    ,'.,t    .*:■■•     ■■•-...>...   -.
by Drug k Summery Co.
T.ii if. Changes Summary.
Stimmaritc-d. the tat.il changes are
ai i il a
Butith preference changed by addition d the 33 I-3 per cent, discount
on British gotdi, and aubtiiiinien there-
lor of a special discumt for tad
In some cases preference
in other.- II
•hedule at I
'
.....
For your liberal patronage of the Past
Season. We wish you, one and all,
a Very Merry & Profitable Christmas
McCALLUM and WILCOX
Now is the Time
. ' ■
•
is a combine, altered m at i
that when any ctutt finds persons guilty
ol combining, Ihe Government may
take aeuoi.
;   ■     ■'. a-'. -    ■■■:      ■      *-.
mowers, binders, axes, scythes, con-
,-..:• ....; ,. ... ,
and lemons.
Duties Increased en alhreiwate. Jewel-
...       - . .     „..«.., .        .,-; • -.
..      „ v . ... . _. ....
collars and culls, brushes, gl
tutneiy, bri*k. baths, cant.-!
ptraet. cattle, beam, peas ar.:
ft'
Affairs ol Armstrong, Flour Mit't.
holders cl the Okanagan Bout Mills
• "
■ ll    *.'■>■ HI New*,
-aa waa not
.
j J. M
;",. V. McCltti.
To Inve.-a. in Lots in Salmon Arm's New* Townsite
Salmon Arm's New Town Site is admirably situated and offers exceptional  advantages
for building purposes.
To the Homeseeker or speculator these Lots will prove to be a Bonanza.
Quite a number of them have already been sold, and If you want to take advantage of
the low prices, NOW Is the time to buy.
Ar,'„„„„i   _f  OH n.a «,-i    for the first three wefks.      After Jan
UlSCOUM Oi   ZU per Cenl. Uary I5 the price will be raised.
McCallum & Wilcox, armM0N
Home-Grown
Trees  & Shrubs
THE
BANK o, HAMILTON
Capital paid up: SJ.SC0.00300                                    "KHi*
Tots; ■■                000.000,00
Hon. Wm. Gibssn, Prrsidekt
Head Oil... :
Hamilton                                             i. Turnbull, Manager
»     ,'
Colled!                                    .able at all points in Ca
and Ihe Unlit
SAVINGS
ID: .; •■
Salmon
BANK DEPARTMENT
,:.:••
Arm Brandt:    " xv SMrrH
H>R OKANAGAN
P   E   O   P   L   I.
HART
IES
Hal
cyon
Bull
Strayed.
•   •■*,
will be
:■■■
-
■
CITY  . iMiiniN
Debentures For Sale
Welrrworlit Loan  By-Law.
,-..  || |
'
C. McCormlck Buys Mill.
■ •
.  ■    A  number  of Sa't       /■•
	
tr for    > smpleta:
i      . i   in lhe lur;
ulcer lhal ha I     '•■'0,000. and th-   ropertu
is gone lo ll ihePa
AMONG THE WORLDS
BEST THINGS TO DRINK IS
SIO 11 11 Mil
i&ifr-'■::::■•■-■
CEYLON  II A
It   PURITY  PLAVOR (.- All "nl Mi DELICIOUSNES3
Bt Spill ■'
• let ihe tr
..     M
■■
i.,-.-.
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrow l.al«\ II   f
' CANADA S t.ni.MIM
NUM-JUU"
\\ .ml a lin.il Salesman
For Enderby,
l   . .. fr, .  , .
iiiis.    I argi •■
it
edbyB C
Piaclc.t. M.ncclou.   Ha- a.   M,t
II
t.raA Pacl.rU Only
l ACK, Mixrt.o. (.SUN
AL All 1.. O. r, a
N.v.i In hulk
Stone & Wellington,
lianihe'i Nursertee,
tlacc cao  .....
toe,,-, o    Otelnelce
Advertise in Pronress1 THt
: .i:-.KN OKANAGAN HERALD. ENDERBY, B.C., DECEMBER 21. 1906
^
Think ol what you are missing
by nol reading this ad. eack week I!
land, 6 miles from Armstrong, 165
re under culllvatl s 50 acres
.    .
lei   rop next sea  n    All
.   ". purposes
.      t .    ; ..        .
r
Price Only
$6,000
Ll*
.    e.l. :   rganliatl
I al Mara, wllh .t m
..': Laves,antral
■       . .
c • . .   ■ t   relative
e   .1)00.
: cn the Stock
.    bi   itonti iy lasl
-   -   .  . e •    •: ■ .
. ■■
.
i
Santa Claus!
We have a good collection o! CHRISTMAS GOODS on
sh ■'. at hii   •. ■••*. ",:'..! we invite your inspection.
First and foremost, we have all ihe Christmas
dainties—you know whal Ihey are— Fruits, Nuts, Figs,
Apples. Dates. Navel and Jap Oranges, and choice
varieties of candles. An J ihen, our groceries are also
:••• : .,:;!   : Al  .jii.tiity
COME AND SEE OUR TOYS, Dolls, and Games
of all kinds for the children. We have also a variety of
presents suitable for gifls fer adults.
We would kindly ask the public to look out (or our
First Big Annual Cash Slock-1 aking Sale
Commencing on the 2nd Day of January, I907J
tO—i-Jk-
Let us Bring Brash's Creek
iuto Year House!
V
ne! Upott
■
Metcalfe &   Vv heeler
Vj
vlth the near appro ic I
■
.TO lh*' .
■
..,:.,■
set
m rcas'.!
.
1                  and Luy your Harness before
lOIXxC    %e Raise. K{pi „.,$,,.,„,„
W. EVANS.
ENDERBY
I:
iti e-p. . r, * have had to i
A     T7    1. Hardware, lin and it n mil nm wie
/\..rultori|'|up,Kin„ 2i,oP
TOWN (tb DISTRJCT
. NOTES.
I
leiisive
i
Wanted.
■
i quattiitv in car l.i.. K O.B., can.
Apply to
Watch Lost.
■
-
'
A Business Change
begs to In
iat she has
.er the Restaurant and)
i),-.!-«ry business lately carried'
on by t/r J. McQueen, and'
- .   -nunuance of lhe
lilch has been ac-
Mttess in ".he past i
r.'Mico.
-
• -
will *ay
in an ti
A strong constitution
means a healthy mind
and good work—and
.: . ■■ ••-, •• •■..!> .1:
van cment. To have
a sirong constitution
one musl have the best
meais, and that's what
you wi'' .- fat the new
bnck block. Alwayi
fresh, juicy anJ tender.
Geo. R. Sharpe
-      -UY
Fruit Trees
Home Crown Nursery Tree.
Apples, Plums and Prunes
tor sale lor spring planting
For varieties and prices apply
'.', •'.::-'
I eeM.t...nc I .....   .  ..     | irt
\ I IM". . I.  C
PAINTER
•   ■ -
»
- ■
■
A J. LAPWORTH
undertakes
■
'
SIGNWRITING
I'APEKHANGING
DECORATING
Etc.
Ettimates Kuttittle-4
lieu  care el l'r;e*rei» Ollice  t
•
'
"
"
■
-
•
litvt l.av   Tlie public can ne* .
t
'
■
F
ine Tailoring
CITY • RNDERBY
Cc*4i i- of Revision
AT REASONABLE
PRICES
•
le
•
Cn.  lee
'
■
J. M. Paul
•
	
'
e
■
ARMSTRONG
■
'
*■*
'
r iwo 11
v
R?new for   -   -
Cleami.g' anj   Pr,..ent'
Pt.ieaeielly   Atlin.l.ci     Ice
"The Progress"
lar" '   Pa.J On, Way

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
https://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.epnoh.1-0353231/manifest

Comment

Related Items