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ENDERBY. B. C. JULY
Yi
Boiled Down
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ill cover i
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ltd he can buiiJ jii ihe properly the i
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Clearihue. of the Taylor Sal   8 ''•
my. of Toronto, hat been In ihe -tui-
Valley the paat month, and hu told
26.000 poundt of aafea at Enderby.
,; and Vernon,  Thlt indicates
the substantial insure : the
at ihu* polntt.
• •  time
when
Th-   '
ut Ihey have aboui 40 qi
lonfldent that ih
E. A. Cluppell left lot Mara. Monday, Ihe noon hour.   Mr, Duff it I
to paint the school-house ihere. a joint meeting of lhe Vemon. Arm.
Carpemen are busy putting In the »<r«lg and Enderby Lodget. il
on the Bell brick block.      «««5 *ls evening.
Mr*. Win. Hutchison and children'    •*«« Kamloop* baseball team it ttlll
are attending the holidays ai Salmon I »>*!=«» •» g« • game anwtth the
■rbyteam.  ITi. amount ol money
F li Hale left Mwday altemooniaecemryhiitieenntsed,and** can (|       '
rlto.     to he absent a week •*» » <*• *" the Kamloops team ^ •
lonwttm* in the near fuiure. .    « reguta.tr w« i.
jweek.   It iteept three wallet
Mi  .     •• In a 24h:ut's run at the Nick!* tt gel the go id things tuts the tablet
Ptate mine, twned by the RtckettHtf hn frs-i
Syndicate, and toted near Prtmatan.    0Mi w . .,,        ,, ,h,
the de*...up (run 40 aimpt bra«ta Afmj,H,, „ wjoyl    A4
•'^.J^WeaUiatmi*). ^„ „ Sllw CrMlti wh,M h, u
*l«lialJ2.SM.0©0on the at .; .,-we^tt on the firm,
Mr*. T. W. Ptitien ear.'- -
day* ago fr;m Englind. it |Sln hir 'Titer, jesrg* fettt
nderby.   Everybody leeitu lo husband m th* Graftal Firm   She bracer, and U taking il a»iy tff In the
bs inoculated wlAth* lymph vitaceompaniedbythtMtiMiPUtten. voodtwhir* the flih and minuses
MlnE.Bym*i.po»tmUtr«M*!N*». MUi UHeadeil and Mill Gntchte. HI bit*. >nl ihere it tit danger of b»
■i *htm hw* uk*n set their residence nist . ■ , -uctim
ai th* Grafton Firm, .;  -
Mr. and V Thtgia'tlCP.R, Agent Slurp, *m-
...
-   - !*?tt:h Kgrsutl jjjnjj ■
and tpeni *»m« tlmi a cettuiiil dripped g*n,  It wu ptnicuti
u -  inu tn* M1|....
Manitoba and Ontario cittea
The general meeting H the Kam
loop* Lumber Co, will be held it En
derby on the third ol August,
Ptogreu ii the war! The "get
there" tpiril hu Uken hold of thepea
Denver. U visiting her i
.'  Strickland n Er
week.
tl thuv**k with th» I
I finance* Is Handing
.:iy Joining; bui tin., they say.
■ i stop any Ir.m hai
ilr na II Iht produce
uttei
an ««!!/ be v
Prof. Shun iddreue I
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avtmng
of lhe OkJiu...
hing in the # ^ slri3Ui um,„.
Pi i ... -    .    in
iiliprM*
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He Jilt he i •
wat ait iht regular city, bui a
silt 'hti
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Alter |
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finance.  Those
ty thai * 14-foot
shoot of gal-it.
• channel
- traced
I lhe
ft j- has fcng at-
iiilty.   It
., but was
■JUld llvt
The shostlng was not up tt, ihe average,
:t it the
ll
take a
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and tho.    .
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to administer the uath. tree of charge,
lhat make,  ihe applicant a in
One dollar U the entrance lee
Following It the score of those members shotting tail Thursday,
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$105.
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W. Hancock
A Todd- >
W. Truetdale
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tin Ni.-j'.a Caunlrv
There U t.- -
•• ,: tv.ij'.ia- ■• -.•" j*
dowel Henry W. Him
spiderItgt without ifc*
Th* Endetby Trading C - u ev*r up
i til ll l tttai that ItrMUartU,
A teg thiwtng il lit* Cfcitfengt Cup
It maku am
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tftswroom of J. C EiSgUiit.   Mikci l
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Ol Mrs  i • ■   Urmnc* li
retung at Em trntftl si
.
W* i U ctniritwutn
ut ling it thu* ijiwntu, and wit
Th* entetuuntettl < .-it *t Satur-
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l-.jred by 1 good hail*. eiaeKllh/ the
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Mt. McRty*
-^tielty le animib by . •
about Endwtry tiy tre
toistf l«r tudi mi i..
I the It*
J.J. HlJ,thl «vit»tetl-
dent, patted through Ole Valley Alt
v/e esuU r»t
lit hit eye. but there   ml
n.ph*i Hunt :.-.■'
•n-n-MleHny l
attsCracksn.
?*ttt«rly Mr.
thriugh the Valley lh
■•    . ton:; I    "
Thrry *ill rrttm
Colls abvtut Srplembat ; tt
Mr. th-airrii A. Dttfi
:iatim.
attieerllfitvvwri''
lite, and met
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tor a niiubi* tit
Hirry *u r
.ii it
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In » peck of trouble     Feed t
hipoaioei ir* Mj ii cibigei. ind Citit ■
Al ih* Raagi
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Questions That Interest U
s
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rd the having
>Cu|     nty Enderby at
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been made
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afler to ••varrent
t:-i n than '.I n bd    Perhapi ■-- V lan
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Jlsld? The garni .
",jallcin:ernei   A"-
the fourth Inning by the Enierby team.      i
by numerius rank deasiMU by tl
v.-atn't any ball playing * ;f.h ■ ,    it it
always bad hm forth "
insist upon a hime urr
The visiting team is p
the start, an
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The EnJerby baseball
fji'ball team are in tht;
n . untake a beatli.
int any unlaii
games that have been played *ish th
teams h • • any c
bsth i» ojen p
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not ber
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vieci thai pett
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gretl    t and activity
l trim Ettgtirsc. BatW
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to build ti
Oil field
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RBY, B.C., JULY 20, 190-1
Fuwn Yi-
EDENOGRAPH
RESTS K.'-> iRl D lhat .
lock vol ' ■   '  .
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M retai
.... I-class learn of piayei
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r Hav  Carrie
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I to the I
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than :i \w.:
Interesl
Easyten
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Summer
Necessities
'vMKaff
SO BOOM
Henry W. Harvey
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ENO'S FRUIT SALTS
ABBEY'S
EFFERVESCENT SALTS
l angk'fool Fly
Paper
sale at—
r    '      LtK The Owl  %       MAGNET
PHARMAC V
Rl IT CROWl\
:r.in hunting
mdlng
in thet*
im are
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ill but
Cliff St.. En I
HENRY'S
NURSERIES
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20 Years
...
Perhaps y
not see how j
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in The Mutual Life of Canada.   It
I ay you well- n     mpany can ■
■ >: so good.   Apply to—
\\ m. J. Twiss, Vancouver
Buy Direct and
Save Agent's Corr>n.'i»sir n
1010 WpMrnHnier Read    VaiKOuver
A Cool,
Refreshin
Shan i noo
y Tov-/a Lots
5  11 -acre Blocks
tt building sites In the
ilk Irom the Postolflce
••.il measure during the part
ind quadrupled In
The town trill contii . ■ -ss. it has only fairly
■•jntlnue to Increase In value; building
able than they are today.   Your best
inlty Is Nv '-    Price of Lots, C 1 A to <t 7Q
Henry W. Harvey. Agent. ***»*• ™ V
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Fruit Boxes
Don't Forget
to order them early.
IB. Briti S C >l i nbla Mfg. Co., Ltd.,;', New Wes
..' SPRUCH
Irult.   The)    III print your name
. .narge.
A. Todd, HeiKtHl. Blk. »>- rbj
Have you &
Refrigerator ?
I-.. Sharp
pe
mind you that we have
Held and put I
• s. Scythes, etc.
R. P. Bradley. EmWW Hardware Mciclianl
E. T. SMITH
Do you want to
■ • ,. Hea.   M
buy oi sell t °'
DRAYMAN
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piled by the barrel
Garden plowing promptly done.
LOUIE, LING CO.,
Labor, Cei ml .   in I Laundrymen p
Yi
THE EDENOGRAPH. ENDERBY. E.G. JULY 20. 190-1
"''Methodist Cluu-cl
.'ICES:
Hukkardi.se d Thots
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or led anytl   g I
A. E,
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Die 1..-I Sheep.
EH rl Hubbard. "The
Woes ol Ihe Prosperous person," says
., "might make a book
lhat would loud: irti,   Th
fault finding, nagging, whlmalcal wt
III so  lull of trouble
tor who i    - led thai she relate! on small excuse Is
lui    ,     usuall)   ne who Is well prot<- ll
band    •■   I    . •"  ' • '
Ihe Job I •
about Gcd that was i. I  il lh
lime known I   igi il ll ,:
ind | I     not I
over lis: : led to i .lorobes
hoi I Him tola
ll
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lodevei      jned an)    I
any ex|
"Wliero are your dogs?"
u belore applying for
ts Job?"
tllor."
"Tin. man you'll never manage!"
rer, more by way of a joke
Ihlni        Ihe farmer told him
;       by (    'ol«k the:: '     ,
.
, lo thefa
i down I ll ith
Iheaheepwei I
lor wi     It ng on the
.: his pipe.   On       r In
•     inner was moreatton.
.Ill   :,:
: Mercy on
ua!   How did lhat »:<-i there?"
"Oh, you mean that wee broon yln!"
Jack laid, "Mon. he gled me malr
bother than a' the rett o' them pit
tliegclher!"
From HrtV* Diiry.
','   lay Did not amok* i:d«y. Feel
■ II    Waste cf time and
- i awoke today.
■   thout It.
Did not smoke today.
...   Did nut amok*  I
:tnak* again.    Threw
, pipe* and gave away my
Tobacco It a III::
It butter In my life    Feel like
Jtrmal tee why I ever
., Notimokmg yel. Wlthl
had kepi my pipes f:r M remembrances. Am feeling Irritable. Think
digestion cut.'.
Saturday   I   ghia lei ilgat I
day from a ma    - -iiuggled
them.   Mty tii.:ke them liter to see
whether, mugjle them.
Sax
whethei
•
you find jjh
hi  :
"',.:':    '.        : .:
Shi Would ll.li, iph Papa.
"If) • igaln I will
ii   ith ■ ■
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C.O.F.No. 1058
Town and Country
Doe:: iny difference what you
In property—Fruit Land, Dairy Land, Farm
Land, Town Lots—you can it you
are looking lor listed  with me,   Call if you
hav   tin    i .. .. h ■   n I i 1st and
price     Land Is going u| In; I
•      . ' Ingly without
- thai Is Infectious, de-
i iif In the |
ho has come by Ihe ll •
who has carried his cross with bleeding
(eel. who has known Golgotea. and who]
oul of the depths of oh
entered Into peace tht
the wormwood and drinking all   i 11
"Social success, business prosperity^
perfect environment, the apphuse of
the multitude never give that placid
countenance through which ihe soul
shines In quiet blessing and benediction."
"Tc uk any living being to subscribe to a creed Is a preposterous
proposition. Belief as to Cod and the
futuro should be a strictly private matter: and until we respect each other
sufficiently to ce.*.e all prying questions
as to belief, we shall not I-
civilized, I want lh
changing my creed seven timet a day:
and what Is more, I hereby grant to
every living man and woman the same
privilege. And since creeds seem to
be the subject, I will hereby state a few
of the things thu: I illeve:   I
do not believe that C
writer; neither do I believe thlt He
ever resorted lo Ihe lazy scheme cf
. ■ book.    I cannot conceive
ot God being Ualcut. angry or full of
All these things reveal Itch of
power.   Jsalcuty. wrath and ar-ger arc
small and ut:.:
-crfuIHe
r can be
r dUap.
.
ever created an
that man with a  I
ca     rill'. I a I
The man that does this is c
', • •■ i in energy,   id nol spinning
it  tenuous tpld
Fata will probably brush away.   To do
your work well today, Is the sure prep. |
arallou for something b.-tter tomorrow
roue. C.N.    H. H.'
WALTER   E.   TRUESDALE. indi uujy, b. e.
L.O.L. No.446
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Under The Olive Tree
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t: hate your fi r to doll
A man's aueeett depeiidf
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Ideal I lontt:
Entertainment
Furnished by the
Victor Gramophone
Positively the b>
Ing machine   on   the
market.    It sing!
and talks lui
Prk«.»J50O.iM,00
SJJ.OO aril up.
rUTCHSB BROS..
VICTORIA, B.C.
W.H.HUTCHISON
General Blacksmith
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F.rJ.ib.
"A b It in lilt
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flnai break
An
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. I- NDE K B Y
WANTED
AT
ENDERBY:
A
BANK
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Enderby will never be any better than we, as
Individuals, want It to be.
The really happy man is the man who knows he
. work to do and is doing It.
The only prayer that Is worth repeating Is that
we might know our duty and have grace to do It.
it 1 were a baseball umpire 1 would not say anything was safe that didn't have a combination time
I .v.
Tell an Easterner that Enderby Is not Incorporated, and has not a bank, and he begins to question whether ll is a good place to locate.
We all are ready to give ol our sympathy to the
.ho have not enough to eat. but ten men die
from overeating lor ever one who starves to death,
All parents delight to have strong, noble and excellent children, and some wonder why theirs are
till excellent children are
n ;ble and excellent parents.
There is something gcod In a life on the larm.
Look back over history and see how many of the
world's great men have warmed their bare feet
(rosty mornings on the spot where the cows have
laid down.
Lei's see; 1 think it .as Hubbard who said that
If he were a woman.—but. ol course, he knows he
can't be.—he would cultivate the fine art of listening. He thinks that no woman can talk as interestingly as she can look.
Fourteen years ago the C. P. R. painted tht
station at Enderby. To prove lhat this great
poraticn Is progressive we are authorised to state
that dividends have been big enough to enable lhe
company to give the stati n another ccat this year.
This step is taken, not because the station needs
painting, but more to keep In touch with the times
Perhaps the company ilk even
;he track *hlle li is ber. . '.he spi'i'
II it does, i: will save son.
caught in the switch fregs, and add much to the
convenience of pedestrians.
TiTe
Enderby
Hotel.
This pioneer house Is experiencing the greatest
rush ol business In Its history. It is the result of
Its popularity. The service and accommodations
are the best. Ninety-foot annex now being bull;
to accommodate the trade. The cream of the land
on bar and table.   Rates: $1 and $2 per day
Webb Wright, Prop.
Bath Towels
Nothing Is so good lo make the skin heathy and tuddy as a
quick rubdown with a Turkish bath towel. The bathing season
is on. A bath towel adds SO per cent to the pleasure. Come
In and get one. A friction bath before retiring is a great sleep
producer. Keep the skin healty by friction or water bathing
and the stomach healthy by lemsn. orange, and other fruit eating, and you till not suffer from heat or cold or patent medicines
J. C. Metcalfe
Enderby
J
F. Pyman
Jeweler •&>
Expert Wa'uih Repairer
a Montli
$ 10,000
E. A. Chappell
Carriage Painting Shop
Bac* of the Hanejck black,    Have your buggy or wagon
lihstand the elements.
'
Enderby Brick Yard
my quantity.   Plastering, chimney
iry wark i
A. M. BairJ Enderby
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payroll,   li
pass checks for
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500 men will Ire
lumber cam|
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. THE EDENOGRAPH, ENDERBY. B.C., JULY 20, 1904
Fi     Year
nasrrmmteL-^reaM w nwr vx>» J
b
eroy
1 r ad ing Co.
II fV      1       V What the Local Pa.tort
n the rulpits ffiA1'     L/^1 T       ,     c
"Ukanagan Lumber, a0
I lave vmi li'ifd
CHALLENGE
Cup Tea?
T7 :i I
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31 ilrd, listened 1
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■.: , ■ :::•.;..       mutt either acoepi
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:  re      .-:. 61 ■  --ason.
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ihe Spirit, 1 '      I moit men. before and
Felix.   All 11
[rem tl ■  ' ri ' ■ . : .    ■
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iht- accept
.  |i ::..   I Christ and hit I .     ■
Can (III am   r lei I r R ugh, Dre
Lump
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umoer
mill, 75.000 a day.   Orders) Hied
n appllcatl n   Terms,
Address—
Mr OKANAGAN LUMBER CO.. LTD
Enderby. B I
' ft m KIRKALDY. SCOTLAND
a nice range of
Linoleums
YOUR CHARACTER
Per. nallt)   and Future will be read by an
exp< -pute on receipt of 12 cents and
i    "
HENRY R.CE, Graphologist. {W£f™*v'"
W DESIGNS
Price
Encln'bv Tradinij  Co.,
*/ *v
Cliff St. Enderby.
iv Mr. Cimpbeil preach
.. Sunday morning, front
24:25   Taking Paul't reaionmg
: t.trtplyof iheRonwn
-   ihe apottle'a preaching.
' -1 t to the experience of til
«!-,. art brought to the ptinl of
Ian In mittert of Chrittlan chtr-
min   Go rf-iet not come 1
uom,   Hit tit .
moit convenient if we bui real
lake H m 11
','   , men like F«H>
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'  aivary at a mtti
tonal gain   a money
In thu way. and b,
make their rellgi Ml
and cheap    Wh*n
thlngt.upoii»!'    ll
to delay iheli  .
ihey make ihr.t llv«i
aecepiable tt Gti        	
J
Luatkcr R.i. (
Brtiuh   Colutnbi
their tight lor Ut* bui
k«U ol Min-i
tmon ol Uie miUnien
and tbttrfit* Hi the -
ttn. hv
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ny-cent
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U.j Mining D.-al The ntrrgor it vapiulued tt S7.X0.-
10O0, uad*t
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■-    Hill.   Cub gwrttiteet and payment*
le -ii completed   Th* iUtiif ,,ia ,„    m u
*   now ru I
in group Ind mi
"'' Hill !-a i , ■ I
-. t-Jod; f>acti:-
Bttlon -lmi t. ,.
Ibem* -,,
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Mii. tll»
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much nirdct at d«pn
■   •    -al :i-   .     -
is not fell    It looka like a
cooking coal,   The only auk.
en Ihu partlculat atam were thoi* .
ifickett. who waked for Sot
kane locator*,   I waa told ol other excellent teitnt in Ihe diitncl, but dtdtt t
th examine them peraonilly"
"I ulked with Michael Phillip*, wh,
wu (actor (or th* Hudion'i Bay C
Bail KoewtKi Coal nany 40 years ag. about the oil
.liked ihe oil iii
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been found it '-
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luff,»
it
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Jucav.
iiymuch tt> ut oil lands bl
One seam I imaitsied Si 1
t bleak    I
anything like it." tt;.
wick pU
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'h:«tt lat* ind vltcaut.   Phi!
lip* hat grtund auked now. but teat.
vubtiah iUinu under eiuting
The Armstrong Pharmacy
.;> group ii among iheiB«,
: - :i tr.d 11 well equipped m,n:j
The Alhebtin hai Ruh, lU Ci,U
P
ACCURATE DISPENSING
Dispensing dane by a competent
Dispenser.
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• ■  , meat val.i
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'••^strong, call      We have the anly upM date
Drug Store in the Valley.
Masonic BuBdlna
Burns' Toilet Ltixuric.
R R. Burns,
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Have you ?ny
protection ?
Another Opportunity Armstrong %jfi*«
25 cents
Vices right
U \l ItK   I     rRUESDALI
t»*wi> ' • ■        	
MUSIC
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"line.
Furniture Dcik-r
Cliff St.. Endorby
Jas. C. English,
J. E. Orchard
Pai iter and l)< corator,
Graining ami Staining
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if the V illey. but      a
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inc Ctaenograph,      H.r..<..i.Biav cmtv ■•>-
•    EDEN
Silverware.    Gra- Cruet
Stands.   C pper.vare.   Fine T
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i Gun Supplies
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