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nderty Progress
anJ  NORTHERN  OKANAGAN HERALD
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Volume 4.   Number 13.
ENDERBY, B. C. AUGUST 16, 1907.
Price, $1.50 a Ybai-
20 per cent.
Discount
ON
Flannel Pants.
Summer Clothing
ana Hats
Wc also keep a lull stock of—
FANCY GROCERIES
Harvey & Dobson
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HEN IN ENDERBY
-STOP   AT.
KING EDWARD HOTEL
THE   LEADING   HOSTELRY  OF THE CKAtlACAt.'   .'Al LEY
Visitor* it iht northern pin tl tht Okinigin Vallty. whtthtr
Und hulling, or lor pleatute and sport, un do na better ihan
makt this hautt ihtir htidquiritr* Table and eultlne u*i-
excelled Bar replete with finest -mm. spirits, liqueurs, cigars
LARGE LIOHT SAMPLE ROOMS
MU * MURPHY
rttt**fAt fat ttt*
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VU'inma  At    Q.ait-ile    *** ****** *******     **** ***" *
Wllies W opilllS Urge uwitnuntol*lltht -tl
known br«r4t to clioes* Irom.
i
Harness    Trunks    Valises    Whips, etc.
lo be had in all rsritlies and qutlillts at -
J. W. EVANS,
ps*
«.*•)?■<-: * Specially
ENDERBY
Between black and a hue is
no more marked than the
dlfferencs between the Toilet
Requisites xt sell and those
said by some other concern.;
We stand squarely on a platform ot quality—quality ilrst.
then as low prices as the
best goods can be sold lor. Our reputation has been built on
this, tnd we will maintain it. For good, high-class goods at
reasonable price, try us and you will not be disappointed.
TSt Enderby Drag k Stationery Co., Ltd.
Cliff Street PO Box 77
JAMES MOWAT
PEAL  ESTATE.  INSURANCE.   MINING It GENERAL
LAND AGENT CONVEYANCING.
MIX ILOCK. RNMREY. t. C.
How Miner Escaped
At briefly mentioned in last wetk's
Progress, the notur. us Bill Miner
escaped Irom Ihe penlntiillary at New
Westminster at about 3 30 p.m on
Thursday afternoon lui week. He
was accompanied by three other convicts. J. W. Clark. W. J. Woods and
A F. McClusky.
ll was all done In a way quite worthy ol Miner. There was no shooting,
no tussling wilh guards, no bravado of
any kind, bill Just a Utile digging undet
a (ence and Ihen a jcg trcl Into tht
wild woods and oblivion Ever sinci
I vigorous search ha., been kepi up
V.'hen the men made their escape
Ihey were working In the brickyard ol
Iht penllentliry under ihe supervision
ol Instructor James Viy't and Guard
J. McNeil. Tht southern portion of
tht yard Is full ol tiers ol brick ricks,
■nd tht prisoners moving up ind down
between these in ihe course cf their
woik were often invisible to Doyle, who
was moving about Instructing one man
here and mother there. McNeil Irom
hi* poslllcn In tht l-ikout box could
stt th* mm working between tht rows,
but his vitw ol tht northwest corner of
iheftnct wts obscured by the chimney
stack of the bailer house.
Shcrtlv belore (our o'c!o.-k It struck
Iht Instructor that ht had net son
Miner ind somt ol iht othtr men lor
tomt time, ind going round to tht
comer tf the tenet ht noticed that lh*
eatih had bten dug away im a hoi*
mid* btntath II. through which * man
might Just tninig* to ttjuteie. A Itw
yards ouuidt the lence wu another
wooden wall abcut twelve leet high.
This itn oul In anglrs near tht edge ol
a ravine, tnd in * lar comer a number
of Udden had beta secured with pad
lock*. Tht fugitives hid evidently
broken on* ol lht lock* wiih i piak
and placing it against tht wilt, hid no
difficulty in scaling It and dropping
down en tht outudt.
Tht lasl seen cl them was by * boy
named Sister, who was bathing in tht
ctttk outside, H* s*w tht lour man
In iheir prison doth** pass it * |og
tm .•■-. Hm t. \. thai ■ • : tht
smill stream. *nd Ihen they disappear
ed in Indian llle in lht bush la lht
north.
Whin tha tsetse was dbcovtrtd th*
Instructor and Guard lost no tint* re-
■■■ the cell* with the other prison*!*, and Deputy Warden Burke. »h:
hit chaigt ol tht gaol during tht ill-
mu cl Colonel Whyt*. at toe* despatched all th* men at his disposal In
pursuit Ht alio had special men io
go cut la buggies along the roads in cue
they ihould bt saw and nn acrea
Thit nighl seventeen mtn were.out in
diffettnl pertlisnt ol th* ditlti.-t watch-
irg til th* principal ivtnues el escape,
tnd i gttalent launch was plteed In
commission on the titer to petrol
th'iugh tht night in cat* tht convicts
should lecurt i boat and mike *,i attempt lo cross.
Mr Burke uyi that Mine,
prisoner wis t tpposed to bt kept in
confinement, tnd had bten Mil ten
dart age   He tru working in the she*
shop, but he it a man ct ti jama A
age who hi. always lived an outdoor
III*, and his health w«* breaking down
wilh th* confinement.   II* came to
the warden snd begged lo b- .
ta go outside, si the stmt lit
lug his leet swollen and I
from want 01 e**te*ist    Mr. Burke
-   ■ ■ brickyard would be*
salt place for him, ami ss his health
wts evidently 'tiling allowed him ta go
ttittlde
Itwst niiher peiuiisr *t«*       rtl
Dunn. Miners a III
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* n st writ building a kiln in
Additional Locals        Kamloops vs. Salmon Arm.
Wild raspberries have been very
plentiful this yur, the bushesonall llie
roadsides beln<j laden down.
No mailer in whal pari ol Ihe lown
we reside, new buildings ol one kind or
anoiher can be seen In various stages
of construction.
J. H. Mchr spent the week-end
wllh his parents here. We understand
lhat Mr. Mohr will leave shortly lor
Winnipeg where ht will enter college.
Contractor Barnes has nearly lln'
ished the additional storey to the public school. Plastering his now been
(inli tied, tnd soon the painter will be
busy beautifying tht building Inaidt tnd
out. A McCliry lurnace Is being Instilled In the bailment by A. Fulton.
Induced by the many attractions fci
iho sportsmin which tht grul stretch I
of virgin wilds about Adams Lake if-j
fords, Mr. D. L. Smith of Chlcigo, Is'
building i hotel it tht mouth of Mo-
mlch Creek on lhe east side ol Adams
Lake, and will conduct theie a lirst
clan sportsmtn's resort. The location
secured by Mr S-mth Icr "Cariboo
l Lodge," as tht resort hu bttn named.
: Is ab-ut forty tr.'les up tht lake, and
'Communication will be maintained
'with the rallwiy by mean* of launches
cn ih* lake tnd a tug* in ih* seven
mile stretch between lht two thteu ol
; wtter. Work has commenced on the
I Ilrst bulking, it bting tht intention lo
'■ have accommodation for a limited num-
b«r ol sportsmen ready by October III,
■ Th* resell will be run ua strictly high.
cUss cne, and everything will bt dont
to nuke a nimt ler Ihtt. tht lint pure.
\ ly sportsman't leiorl tttaUishtd In tht
'provinct. Launches and ctnoes. Indian guides and packet* wtll b* furnish
ed lor iht ouuidt. while in the heme
evetvthing demanded for lhe cornier!
and taste   *i •     • • .   •■ -.-
The KamLcps baseball team delea!
ed lhat ol Salmon Aim al Kamloqs
cn Wednesday bv a score ol 19 lo f
Kamloops played gilt-edge ball, lha
Arm being outplayed. Flood was In
Ihe box lor Kamloops, and had Midi*
support Sainton Arm showed a ud
lack el practice, though Bullerlleld wat.
In his usual good term The catch..
was strictly oil his Rati.*, and could n t
hold Bullerlleld Thet* was some ri
markibly good work dtne cn bolh'sldr;
and the game was an interesting out
Correspondence
August IS. 1907.
Editor cl ihe Paocaiaa—
Dtar Sir   May I suggest I    I
provincial authorities lhat ihey place a
supply el crosscut stws tnd axes In lht
neighborhood of the 34th mile board
on the main toad between Endetby in i
Salmon Arm. so u to enable held i,
travellers to cut their way through ii - •
primeval lereat>   By the suit ol ihu
section ol the uid toad, en* would
think it wis a thousand miles Irom no
where. ln»iud ol being th* ma   -
ol irallic through th* valley.
Ycun ttc,
A TRAVELLER
tht yard it tht time Mintr neaped
Thty wtrt however, quite a distance
apart, and Miner had no chance to
communicate with hu Al pel. Ceteu
heun. the third el the iralfTrobbing trio,
who it ttrring a twenty five ytar sen-
tenet, wts at work In th* caiptnt.tr
thop.
Warden Burke uy* that dti'ing the
whole time of hu eenfinement M>ntr
baa bttn a very wtll behived prisoner
HU only ctrnip'aifit wu thtl he should
be deprived tf lh* use ol tobacco, which
he had uted all el hit lite. Last ttek
he came io Mr. Burke and said "Warden. I thing semetliM* I thai go crtty
If I can'l get t little tobacco"   But it
t.. ,_.    .... . ...
All the mm at* dean shaved and
:,,-.• ■ ',-,-      ' i •
Miner U of alight build, tall tnd
tnd grey htit
McChtaky it * man «l  medium
■    ■
Woo; ibout lit*
.
(tenon,
CUtk ii abt ,*' -  -    .height,
ol slighter build, tr.lh lair Itair ml
Letts! reports slat* that te definite
news of Miner have bten obtained.
though a tanctisr ne»r M'ssienbtlitvet
that Miner slopped for dinner tt hi
house n
impression thit. considering hh long
start. Miner wig (hide I -
Whit *rr*»n to hav* te-
■
off there, tnd evidently two mtn ilaytd
in*na ia- in* n^iti
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l«f«d a r-vre'j ,-l JiOtl fer It*
.-,  ■        ••".*..
Dales of District Fairs
■B
Changts having r*c*nily b-*
in th* istts ol tarn* ol lh* pi >
exhibitions, wt giv* * revised lltl   I
lhe** ol tnteiesl lo lhls district
Ktkwna Exhibition. Kelowti*. S-i.i
19 and 20.
K*ttelt,-u   Eahibillcn.   K.
Sept 19.20.21.
Aimstrong Exhlbltkn.  A*
Sept 24 and 25.
Vernon Eahlbttioo. V«rr
26.27.28.
Salmon Arm Exhibllion. Salman
Artr.. Sof.1 30. Of t I.
Ittvinciil Eahibitiiin. N*w Weil
minsttr.Oct 1.2.3.4. 5,
ft. .M   Palmer, ol ih* Prevtneut
Bureau ol Information spent a tew da. -.
in th* vtlley last week,   lithe fruit ctfp tf tht ttiiii* vallty. and
province generally, u quit* Up to tht
average   On being asked wh-
province would exhibii again ut the Old
Country this a«atm ht replied that II
was th* intention to do so,   Hi
to hav* lht exhibit *way a couple <'
trteka tailttr than bit yeat    A
lection wit be MM about lhe end '
Oeiober lor competttien at ihe Roy*
HorticuHursI Society's t th Mion *l
London, tnd olhti then mlhe Bnl
a •.'.•
L Cumming lm t-M seven and *
hill teres el the Law** mbdiviti.
sllutled en lhe Salmon Arm ro*<i
etjposlte S. Teece'spttee It Mr Cl>>
•    M,, Hit* w:tf itrtmtduiea
e •        * a   '
tad later on conduct ester ttv-   -
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patten Mit Re. • • t. utaar.*
Th* price pad aa; tl ihe rati
an acre
A ccrrtuwndtnl rtudenl in Salmon
Ami write* lo ua comptalniiieg el lht
Conduit* ai iht Enderbr Stlmcfl Ami
re.td *rrul h»i! w»y b*t*e-n Iht two
Meet For sevtral miieei Kit toad
tuns through dense buth. »l rh has. on
account et ytan si ir.ttrntioa en-
ctoached so tar on lo the ,
that It is only till pt- .
On* realty lr*vek lhls portion ol th*
road after dark, at Iht risk el l
e shculd bt den* Ir »id'-
Ihe tt»rl hete, *iwl Ihe llll
. .- -   • ",... HIE ENULKIIY PItOQllES8 eS NORTHERN CKA.NAUAN HEUALD.
rHE PROGRESS
tt   ", H  FR»\S "•'
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PRC F r
PETER   BURNET
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ND SURVEY
"LOCK
W. E. Banton
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A. F. & A. M.
• ling   '     some    who
should   kn ...   ihe   biids   are
plentiful, thete being more ar-
r than for sev-
Especially
ii lo be so bci.vei.ii
.. It by and I   ra   and lh se
esldlng I  •        iiinot see any
"i n o! the
.  h
Nur centres of pop..
thJy will, of course, always be
.ei:! It is absurd for the
. proprietors around Ver-
in which direction It Is
re
me    '   ''.ink that such a
course * the number
ol birds.
Another course to pursue,
and one which commends itself,
to us. that the daughter ci.
young birds might be .slopped.:
would be to make October 1st'
the opening day of the uu ling
season. By thus cutting
first month, this season's birds
would be much si:
wing, and so make them harder!
to kill.
If it Is so that the birds are
as plen'.
tion ol the
festly unfair th
thereof shoU I be   eprl
heir fall relax*
adjustment.
Furnace
The iiiiin who hurt tn-en provoked vt'ttll • nigh to
dttperatlon when trylnja, ui s.|ihta- liu-l lliruttialt the
rldiculoutly mm.ill opening provided on common furnace*
will appreciate to tn* greatest extent tin* advantage of
lite generous li.il-il.n>r of the "Magnet."
It's thc entire width of the Are-box, and very deep.
Large enough le. easily udniit big, rough chunks of wood,
iti.it would othorwlsa either have to be chopped up or wutada
, Ami ihis Centura ia only one of
the many poteeued by lhe "Mai.nrt"
—the im ii.i..- built a-ii sound,
sensible lines.
Church Services
S. George's Church.
Holy Communion:    1st. and 4th
Sundays in ihe monlh, 11 a.in..  Ail
and 5lh Sundays In lhe month. 8 a.in
also on Saints' Days at 8 a.m.
Matins;   Every Sunday, exempt ili-j
nnd in tht month, 11 a.m.
Litany;   3rd. and 5th. Sundays In
the month, 11 a.m.
Evbnsono: Evety Sunday.7.30pin
Also on Fridays al 7.30 p.m.
Sunday School:   Every   Sunday.
10 a in.
iloi.v Bai-tism: by arrangement
Mission oh S. John the Evangelist, Salmon Arm
Services conducted by the Vicar on
2nd. Sunday In tin* monlh.   On all
other Sundays by Lay Reader.
Rtv. Francis Vernon Vknaulks
Vicar
Methodist Church
Divine services every Sunday al
7.30 p.m.
Sunday School and Bible Class al
2,30 p.m.
Prayer meeting. Tuesday, at 8 p.m
A N Milur, Pastor,
St. Andrew's Church
Services at 11 a.m.   Sunday school
I -IS   Rev D. Campbell, Pastor.
A. Fulton
LOCAL AGENT
LO.O.F.
I ele.V.   LOtgC,   NO    SO
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Notes ond Comments
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fertile
cne or not                    b.'
that It
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period bankr            ht occur
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of us canntt be farmers, all can
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his present great prosperity.
He Is the bui * ark oi the nation
and the salt of the earth.
,                 A   1
A WOMAN'S
TESTIMONY
Why do I use MOFFET'S "BEST" FLOUR?
you ask.   For many reasons, chief among which
are: Its uniform superiority.   Its great strength
and lha absolute certulnty of its results   I have
I many olher flours and from some have
made good breau at times.   MOFFET'S BEST
yet to fall mc. Accept the recommendation
-  hi experienced cook and use nothing but
Mo:!ct'3 "BEST"   Flour  for bread baking.
TR Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd., Ehoh
Lis! with me for a Qyick Sale in
>_| 907—
I have many buyers—both local and other-
arise—and can sell property in any part nf the
Okanagan and Spallumcheen Valleys at right prices
and terms
thing to offer  butintsi
.iittriihitit.andl wilie
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residential or
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Knderby. Amisire-g and Vernon If
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Rheumatism
OSOYOOS LAND DIVISION.
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Rheumatic Remedy
The Enderby Drug _ Mal'y Co.
Wm. A. Matheson
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Milan el    1 y      . ill    (. l»*      ir.eett <
aat-li   th*   fillliaaf   lar   nilllha-r
it If tie, •a-ttle-i hn> bl> ta.rn.nn-
rnt tt.|i|r..e-n main farming lend
eee, aa .1 ■>) hltn III ihr vlrlnlty aat latt
hiinn.ta-eael, lha" in|ii|rrinenl« «• to
r .iA n r raiay lo uil..|..-l lijr tr.nl
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ll .i,li| la Bl.aO 111 the OtMMaltulOMf
e.l |a.iliilai —a I ieel. Hi mil., ■!
inl   "lieen     10    el If J     (Or    |-»|.tll
COAL.—Cm! mining nght* may be
teased fer * r*ti»l ef tekearr-ene yean at
ll i.fi«lflll.M ett **re.  Nat
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i   -t e*mr*ny.  A tmntly *t th*
tate ef nr* cunts ptr ten shtll bt eellMted
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W   W   Itlf.Y.
|a-|..al» Mlne.lair ot lh» Inl"....'
*. ie    i a    th ili at    in lltMllO* ol
tlii.  , ilt«iit.rne.nt  nitl  not  I.- \-avA
lot
BULBS
From  France,  Holland   and
Japan
Seeds    Trees
Plants
For Fall Planting
v it ?-, at reavaitable Prices
Hease note that my fruit trees ate
nst grown from Imported pl*et roat
grafts, but arc budded on own growih
.1 seedling, Irom betting trtes
' Kettillttrs. Be* Supplies, Spray Pumps,
:;3t*»it* Mitertal. Cut Flowers, de
'a'-dtst csltbluhed nursert  cn   the
•r.alnland ol B, C.   Catalogue Ire*
M. J. Henry's Nvrserits,
Creenkoinet an* S*t4 Heartd
VANCOUVER B    C
Hal
cyon
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Endetby. B.C.
Hot Springe Sanitarium
No* endtr tht mantgtment of
Hamit   V,-."    Molfmtn Heuii
Rutland
Tht •'••:-. ',.,., tl H. ,.• wet ill
meal n-an,. m iht MlM. A am'tai
•aat are. e.-ntl In lit H«i»«»t lad y.tr»
itt -•.«,•■ tint. *.•:;■ an* S.~ M*
AllttieM l_ »•-■■ -•■tr 'til ta eats
fttrtamattatli An abaolultr t-riaiw(taaf..
Tree-., |-2*e SIS |>er *.•• rarlitaaar
-a,n-, at, tn?  '-
Halcyon Hot SfMrlngs
Arrow L*kt, ■. C. THE ENDERBY PROGRESS di NORTHERN OKANAOAN HERALD.
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SALMON ARM
Weekly Budget of Interesting   News   and Doings  of
Thriving District, from our Regular Correspondent.
that
Jas. Bolton lelt on Tuesday
for Wigwam, where he will commence building a sawmill that
he has contracted for.
J. W. McCallum and Mrs
McCallum lelt on Saturday on
an extended visit to Eastern
Canada. They intend being
away some six weeks and will
visit all the principal places of
Interest In the East, spending
the greater part of thc time on
ihe Atlantic coast.
Mr. and Mrs. H, Shaw, of
Toronto, spent a few days last
week with relatives here.
A B. Currie sold his ten-
acre lake front property to E.
Weber, of Shanghai, China.
Rev. Mr. Pye will spend
Sunday, Aug. 18. In Nicola, and
will conduct Ihe church services
there oln the absence of Mr.
Wright. Tne Rev. Jas. Cal-
vett who Is visiting his parents
here will take charge of Mr.
Pye's work.
Home Circle
If you love, love more.  If
you hate, hate less.   Life Is too
E. Bowman has sold lortyj short to spend In hating any
acres of his ranch to Owen]one.   Why war against a mot-
Jones of Kualt. j ta| who Is going the same road
W. Palmer. Tom Palmer and with us?   Why not expand the
H. Shaw left for Vancouver on
Tuesday. Tom Intends spend
Ing the greater part of his holi
days there.
Jas. Evans Is building a 30
(lower of life and happiness by
learning to love, by teaching
those who are near and dear
the   beautiful   lesson?   Your
hands may be hard but your
loot extension on his barVfhe j heart need not be.   Your form
want of the additional accom- may « bent or ugly, but do
modatlon that this will give has!you not know thet the most
beautiful flowers grow In the
most rugged,unshelleredpl&ces?
1 he palaco tor care, the cottage
for love. Not that there Is no
love In a mansion; but some
how ll we are not very careful
business will crowd all there Is
ol beauty out of the heart. This
Is why God has given the Sab
baths and Saturday nights, that
we may leave business and have
a little heart cleaning.
been badly felt for some time
J. Carrol Is raising his building another storey. The upper
storey will be used for a public
hall.
Montelth & Thompson intend
building four cottages on the
new townsite (or renting pur
poses. They will be ready (or
occupation In the course of a
couple ol months.
R. H. Neelands' new hardware store is nearlng completion. Part of the stock Is already to hand.
The site chosen by J. Lyman
lor his new residence is an admirable one, and the building
will also, no doubi. will be an
admirable one.
In lhe Salmon Arm Items in
lhe Vernon News last week, •
statement was made to ihe ef-!busy care, and let ^our soul
led that work on the wharl hud thrill and glow under the won
Go out under the bright, glad
sky; listen to Ihe songs of the
happy birds, the shjut ol the
dancing brooks; see how the
sunlight glorifies hill and mea
dowland and comes shimmering
down through uncounted lorest
leaves, these mellow, golden
summer days. Turn your
(aces (rom the thronged towns
and cities, forget a lillle while
temporarily stopped. We are
pleased to (lnd that It was a
mistake—ihe work has been
going along quite steadily and
drous touch ol divine harmony
that fills all nature, 'he glad
earth seems ever calling to an
enjoyment ol the all-true and
IF ITS IN OUR AL>.    IT IS SO
WK AIM TO I'LEASt EVERY PURCHASER
N VESTMENT
Is the Order of the Day
Get in on Something
SURE!
TOWN LOTS are nearly all Sold, and lhe Price due to raise
Next Week.
NOW is the time to Buy!!
APPLY TO
McCallum & Wilcox, arm
SALMON
the wharl is dally assuming tt> the all-beautiful. Mining after
more favorable and satisfactory morning we know the rills clap
appearance. j their hands for joy. away off In
_. . the greenwood, and the hearts
The musical en^^f'^en^of Ihe tiny birdslhrlll and thrill.i
held In McGulres Hall on agaln and m\n, bec^ ,hey
Tuesday evening turned out'are g|a_ And we have so!
very satisfactorily. Owing to a mucn more l0 make U9 happyt
change having to be made in the i ,han ,hey have-so many hopes'
night on account of not being< and loves that bird-hearts never
able to procure the hai at a W, How can we go up and,
later date, some ol the perform-1 do,wn ,ne highways with sad
ers were not able to attend, but,countenances when the whole
the programme was well ren'earlh seem, so happy? It
dered. and the large audience ?eems |,ke ingratitude to God*
present seemed well pleased ,0 do 50 And our sm,!es and
with the evenings entertain-;p;eaMn, faces win bring such;
: •-. '. A.', -
10 clnir.-hKj. c
inocfalioM lo l
..-   NO*n    e.e,
wall at your "Fc
vetilMtiianu.
A-.,.,: •■,••-.<■:
Salman Arm v
(nd it will soon
home in thia thi
■N   ; I.r|    I  a "
want air-ettiitro
thins? ' to!"
poittbly eadtar-j
mtnl in lh* Pi
OkanmmnHi ■-■
mtffleaey. *M
THE papci lor I
and with thu
pullliut lirlh -.'i
ui In ourollorti.
re ti will b? he
yeutteH in atAtrmg Ibi tow d It  • -
paptt which will be train r«pra_«nt»tw«
menl.
M. Mackay has almost corn*
pleted his handsome new residence one mile east ol town,
and will move In shortly.
lunihlnc •   ■ft,*- hearts!
The Seventh Day Adventlsts
have procured lots on the new
town site and will erect a place
If you will look Into the early
] llle ol truly helpful men. those
', who make life easier cr nobler
to those who come after them.
: you will almost invariably 'lnd
that they lived purely in the
ol worship as soon as lhe nec~ ?fys of their youth. In early
essary arrangements can be He he brain, though abounding
ma(je In vigor, is sensitive and very
susceptible to injury, and this
A little paint adds very mat- to such a degree, that a briel
erlally to the  appearance of modrate in!;'.■. -in .r\ :,:■
a building, and If a few more of pleasures appears lo b*.*er iht fleam
our business men used il to tone and impair both the d*li  i
better advantage II would take racy and efficiency ol the brain :'
away that weather beaten ap lor life.  This is not preaching, fJJJJJ^J,,
pearance our town Is beginning hoy?, il is simply the truth of CftlXf s,
to assume. 1 science.
STEVENS
rcu low m t tutu
\*H tur**t»l "mlwi t*4
l"*^"^- ■V*p*Mi tli.il'
l||llMX*a*r-<<<lt»1fck
PINO OUT WHY
le*tf<ktf*C    *****     I'!   '     "
RIFLES- SHOTGUNS
PISTOLS
%•* fitmt I***! I' •• i- •••
mt     leJaer-lHInf     ta.aa.tl       M» .
ttitnt   l«f   It,*   *~     X t "..
II       •      e-l      .„...■!      ,, , •.,
•hip   -U't't,   n,       ,
pi;   I    'l|a*,..   t*-.a     |*    . I     .      .
t*m% *\mttm
mmt • »«nt«ti 't»n-i»>» tn, M   •
ln*o<<ri>lr-.l«  •    .' 't*,lnrlwrif|  t* , ,-'**
imt   Ilia.I   tt.lrill...    •   I   a    . |a-  .
I'nnlMifi* (ixliilai-nehrwitlng, tnimn
H'l.ilB.   t**a- |       ■   -   I * »    ■•.    ■   I    1    f ,»,,.,
Hr.. rt*.     " -f nfHe'ii-    1'ilnlr.
Hthi|'«pli'<tM»i>f.i   !■,-'..!   mtta
• ItAtS**   Mt«N A   IIHII   i
r  tl. Il«| sr-i-
tt ■*.    H ...      t
Salmon Arm
Livery Stables
ihu ti tt.* phca to eorm
.tvaa; get le* .
|.Bl when j'.ia vtul thrn
f.
luckson& Parker I
Builder* k I
Contradoii |
SALMON ARM H
-
gentra]   draytng
transacted.
A
niiMiK--.-
Pillti    |f*|    qi,!r|,   tf4
Magic
Oir,lin*itl.
mad- alone It
(mill-re and rt'v.i
' "..rUng ot Wind tilea
ii:      br   111   tu*
Come!
to S. H. Lawrence
Fishing Tackle. Picture Post
Cards.   Lacrosse Slicks.
baseball Goods, etc
h'tlttt telief laCalatthd thet. :*a  ' -wa _„ ,
ihi J   Mak-.hefr..mt«di«f.r W,,e" 1™ ccme ** <°wn dry.
■ *hat ihii urepHiiiMi can andj   ca" end try an Ice cream
Mditaa, i • soda
':   _«
by Kadtrbr D«s * Siationett Co.       •"•
L«l m* lend y<m '-■
|tallo orare n-il   a inal I It
Dt Sht.r* % Caunh Remtdr    It it a
stw» while ciea-nr. healirtf -
halm    CeMitaiMtig -uch healing ingte-
________  >m    at  Oil Kucal/plue
certain reiiti J" ' ' '" ***** ***
Fancy Store
■
/■ ■'.'   B THE ENMl'eUY PH0QKE88 ei N0UTHE11N OKANAGAN HERALD
The Finest Leaves
From Ccyloi  lea Plantationi (ra Contained m
^■•\  ;
i'tif ■
'u-Ki ftA.^I* tfjk '.,'.. J- '.I     -a.eii  ,'-•_
ri a
id Packets t   Preserve lis Fine
tnd Al   ■a
AT ALL GROCBRS
TOWN 9b DISTRICT
.NOTES.
i—s
rhe ■ mtracl n hai • nmenced
work U| it iliti trick blacksmith shop
f ir v.' il Hutehii it, io replace ihe
■rire  tie Wei I       •
appearance by a     ,        with meal
r
ANNEX
TO SALMON ARM
ownsiteNOW ON The MARKET
Closest Lots that Can be Bought
near Station and New Wharf
■N
flLL   ; .-. ALL GOI-
V..
la visit to Mr. and Mt
R. R. Cnbbs, ol Hie Enderl
k Tile Co.. Informs us Dial ihe whole
of lite lira kiln ol brick  lu     tl
and lhat a second kiln is now burning
li will be icady by lire- end A litis week
llle aeivlcei ot Ihe Enderby Baptist
; mission are being continued weekly in
: the Orange Hall.   Public wc
ei. Sundiy morning at II o'clock.
Rev  J  T, Jones,   I     n I i
net in charge.
I .  | y   - l
WHEELER&EVANS
▼
Headquarters for Fresh Groceries—the
Besl Brands on the Market.
Full  Lines of Boots and Shoes and
Men's Clothing. .
'.''.'"  •   '•■ ihe lamous  Regent" Brand   I Ci thing
For High-Grade Goods
—TRY—
Wheeler (Sb Evans
-I
W. E Truesdale spent the week In
:  Ht'riton Hct
We have everything necessary for a comfortable, pleasant drive
The Beft Horses and
the Fineft Rigs in the Valley.
Ail kinds of Draying and Hauling contracted for.   Termites:   .
MATTHEWS 1 EVANS ENDERBY
J
Bank cf Montreal
■ trout am* lex aatoual   S41J...HVvtj
lit AH   01 HU.   MOM UAL
A Centra) Ba
troiie-cled
ng a veil
NCW
ON
HAND
••*. ; •*.,-. ;e
STOCK OF
The beat clay in the valley.   Well burnt bucks it returnable prices
I arge or Small Quaniniei
We Enderby Brick <V\ Tile Co.    Enderiiy. B C
Savings Bank ^T1,
wtai,a.i^ai. «t> At***-* mm *
Ole   f> Ml   IMCt
V
SAY!
■
FULTON'S
j Hot Wenthvr Spccialies:
hi a hs'i si Vim 10
■.iitltf
i'l   It
Our  Stock   c/     I in.
; ll ta.   One
Man* •
i'  .i ve s
i
■ *
HARVEY & DOBSON
CEN
LADIES' DEPARTMENT
Under the management of Miss Boyer, late oi Montana.
2CT  per cent. Discount
J on all
Summer Millinery
Ct me anJ Inspect our shading of—
*
Ladies* Skirts, Silk Blouses,
cc*, Children's Summer Dresses
SOME CH'C DES
I. Cu
mm in*.
Kl v. ESTATI
■
<l»'i BC     PO
City    Bat-tar   Simp
is;
an
,.
...
Full Line  of "Corlicelli"  Silks
Full Lines of Ltdios' and  Children's
\\ r ii Always on I land.
EnRlUhUd^'s Saddle CIT "»r
Court of Revision
-
■ >
Wanted
,• to *«<* M Irult ranch
'.   B
HOTICt II btnby (Wen ilul iht tin!
,   ■■■■',  1 e     :    .•.      '   ee.    ,,   .-.     I
•St MWittie tr al lh* Cn, «l taitater Mil
tt htti «t Mt bur Ofttet. u. V.miay in
tttt At, al Sap****. IW. a' 7« p.it...
im* iht twrrttt el htantij feiny-nia
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tftluUun
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roallrcqtiiriMii.iti'nc | v   .  ••    •
I    1     . r        A. *tj*
■
.1 tenting then*
a if th-   .
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For Sale
i:.«. SalmanlaganM the aumtmm ta ma'.-
|2 4      jtiatltM  t»i-.!ltallltgtkici|atH-*gtl«
a—    Aaf ftnwti OtattaiMtg al u> etui ti
I. • a.   ,-.   | cl
r I atfe* algtal Ik IM »Ht»i'»*fi| IMI, tlttf
teunt MlMt lht *»■•*  ill ppmatSy. at
I.   ,.
For Salt
iit b, me*air i
by ar,
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