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DEC 2-.906
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and   NORTHERN  OKANAGAN HERALD
rogress
With Which is Incorporated THE EDENOGRAPH
Volume 3.    Numbek 28
NDERBY, B. C, NOVEMBER 30, 1906.
'        $1.50 A Ye*k
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HARVEY   &   DOBSON
This always has Been, is Now, and
Will Be
THE STORE
..for Xmas Goods..
Good Things   Arriving Daily
of laud, and a house We ai • •
sorry lo havo io say"gcodbyc I Mi
and Mrs. Homier, as tltey am pioneers
-I tlii:. pan ol Ihe Valley and were
eitutlt respected by all who kn.-'*' lht m.
Ill health was what Induced Mr. Runner to sell. We sincerely hope that
living In Victoria will prove benellohil
io his health. People say he worked
so hard here thai 11 br.ko his health,
and that he needs a change and rest.
Frank Franklin ha t. • .■■ -.Id in
Halcyon Hot Springs, where he spent
about three weeks and took thirty baths
in ihe hot sulphur water. He says he
(eels line now, and he hopes lhat lite
Rheumatism is completely boiled out
of hltn.
The Rothesay Lumber Co. shipped
a car ol "clear" this week and il Ihey
keep cn very much longer djlng the
same kind c! ihitig ihey will sacn"clear"
the entire yard ol Us lumber piles.
Nothing looks more like business than
lo be selling every stick or bard thai
can be cul. On tha other hand. James
Johnston, the foreman ol the Rcthesay
Lumber Co. has a gang ol men "mak-
Ing ,;." juai as quick asp. ifoi
neat see...   . :•: id    ire I
made andbi I and a line bell ol
ar and nr hai been lapped. Already
many large skiJways ol line logs have
It, prior ia the hauling.
Mr. Ketlet, Jr., and wife a'rlved al
Mara a lew days ago Irom Winnipeg
ind are now residing on iheir newly
purchased (arm.
Cyril Rosoman has gone to Kaull lo
keep lhe books, accounts, etc, ol Nor-
man McLead'a big logging camp, and
expects lo be away unit! Christmas
and perhaps alter thai dale.
Though we have enlarged Ihe paper
we are compelled lo omii much interesting mailer, chiei among which la
a repcrt ol lasl Wednesday's coun<;tl
meeting. The chlel business was the
proposed widening of Evergreen lane,
together wilh extension ol the water-
e thai direction. It was finally
decided, seeing no satlilaciory arrangement In regard to the widening uf
thli ilreel, io lay the pipe along the
read as 11 la al present, I
was awarded the cnlratl
Death of C. J. Wallace.
Another ol the old i
Valleey has passed away into ll
| beyond in the person ol Q.J, Wallace,-
who ansa red I        ul call cn Saturday infill last, at Arm •
The deceased was a man well known
thr ughoul Ihe district, and •
pected by all. He had been a resident
tf the Valley Itr nearly thirty years,
and at cite time owned a ranch at
Lansdowne. and ai other periods wu
J engaged In business there. When
i Armstrong sprang into being he moved
I thither and conducted a blacksmith
shop until within the past year, when,
,cn account oi III health, he wa
I lo quit work.
The tutieral was held on Tuesday
alternoan last ind wis conducted bv
j Rev. D. Campbell, while the Armstrong
Orange Lodge, ol which the late geti'le
| mate va] a member, had charge of ihe
'arrangements.    There   val
e of frienda, a numb r being
ierby.
red lelt an aged widow, win
, has ihe sympathy ol the enine com-
Salmon Arm.
Kamloops, spent
Satutday at the Ar..' on business connected with his Iruit (irm    He has
.act to Jas. Dalioll to fence
the land that has been clued this
'    Mr. Wood Is planting a large
•id on his eighty-acre
lot near t .
J. R. Retlly, oi Kaultsash ind door
lector)   . ■ r a*. Salmon Arm
ay last.
.-.    hete lad week,
the guest cf C.   R. Merton.    Mr,
Sharpe's health Is Improving and we
ire pleased to see him able to be
■gain.
Jas Evans' new cottage la n-anng
ton Is in charge
. ik, assisted by Monteithaud
<t>
HARVEY   9b  DOBSON I
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Mara Notes.
R, Witnioie. Ihe C.P.R. roadman-
er. hu at lui lullilled a promise made
a long lime ago lo the people ol Mara,
tilling all Ihe holes and hollows along
the sidetrack al Mara station with
gravel aa thai now it is easy to toad
can along Ihe sidetrack. The road*
muter and the C.P.R. have our thanks,
and lhe only two thingi needful new at
Mara Italian ate an operator and a
change nude in the public craning
Irani IU present location nearer lhe
freight shed, so that the railway fettte
can be put up again, The Irelght train
hat had to atep several mnu lor
animals cn the track thia fall because
ot the fence being in a chronic pulled-
down state round the nation yard. The
plailerera have finished re-plastering
Mara station and have moved to Pal-
User.
John Roltner, who recently told hit
larm to Mr. Kelleti. ol Sicamous. lor!
a considerable figure has lelt lor Vic-'
torla. where he will buy a ainall piece
W-
HEN IN ENDERBY
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STOP   A,
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The KINC EDWARi) K.TEL
land hen'  ,'   ' e'ldapon,
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excelled, Bar i
LARGE LIGHT SAMP
DELL «. KUftrHY      •
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The membera of Eureka Lodge, No
SO, I.O.O.K,, held their annual eiecn.ii
tn cn Monday Ian. resulting as
■    .   R !   Wheeler.NG;P.Mick.
.' i   I 0 Meicalle. Secretary, I i N
iteasurer.   After bust
id been d '. A the members
I ictfttd.   Imuiianon   *
!plac<* a* ■ ung.
The annual election ol offu
Ihlia Lodge No. J
ir.   As i
il pn wt  urn
it
fir.ptkt.ort
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Wines & Spirits
la ni bra   iloch   left m
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.£_- 3.ji^a2^8:£'r.a_*r-ra;
Wonderful Stock of Christmas
Goods
We want everybody In enderby and in Ihe enure country
around It to know of our wondcr.'ul stock o! Christmas Goods.
Heretofore, during Christmas time, we have displayed a
splendid selection of Christmas goods; Our customers have
always been satisfied wiih th; variety of our selection, but this
year In buying Christmas goods It waa our Idea to give our
customers a selection such as they have never seen before In
this town, and we are glad to say that we have been successful
We have a stock which is really a surprise to ourselves.
Numerous articles of every are here at your dis
posal. Our advice Is for you to buy early while we have a big
selection on hand.
A complete announcement with full descrlpll in of goods
and prices will appear In lhls paper later.
Look out for our advertisement next week
The Enderby Drug & Stationery Co., Ltd.
W. Dr
-  rtlngl handsome
V     ,
W. Gibbard Is In
.   sted by J. M.
P. 0»
-ns is building a houae on his
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one mile cut cn the Valley
art. gelling the
".,-             !he>
. 1 Irom McCalhmt
Mi
who purchased P.
rchard, hu moved
1 is preparing lo build
'lis winter    He
ng also to plant out a large
i     ..
*    neat wring
.•culling cfficea for
- ilreel.   The
' 1    tay in Salmon
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; irhased    W,
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' ' other partfea,
-, .*;cg to build on
■ •id wife were visitors
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n. ol Revelitcke.
v ! horses   lie
■ it Irom Gus, Laitnen.
H ;
. fine team ol
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t hit farm work.
: 'ca-i hare lar the
..ing cattle.   Every-
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.hla shrajld rid the
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c stock ralaed here in
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•'" n correspondent for
-I sterna lo be
getting . ■ lha Haines allalr,
• •   -i the estate will
lake. lha time ta
■ ehe may give
H       en ihe aejeajecl
He  hints lhat an
• •   .- let having thingi
Med and shape while il lh«
I. he I   rt thai a ctrlaln
:.:• ottagalnit
and thus appropriate all the
• he had agreed to share
.      -     rci itaga of ih- .      •
with Hit       •    redll ira    The result
'aines sold lht property
a-1  will -I» it Ihe proceeds ai she
.    Ml, and 11 will be gaol
-   for tht    m .in ih red -.ueha
*   I g   I lali   md I    r if tha
get ic     .   n lhe Ume cenn
"I   th-   largest
rei pleated with thi
i i!.,••■•■ ■' «■• by Mia nun-.
in tint malt-r lha!  lh?, havt donated
" ■•>..... ,,|,. knowing lhal
she is vrty mil h in need ol all thi
a •  '•' - '• ■■•■   .'1 !*e jlltredher.
I ic para 2. THE PF  IRESS & NORTHERN OKANAGAN HFRALD. ENDERBY, B.C. NOVEMBER C-0, 1906
THF PROGRESS na•b; ssomed as ''■■'" ■ "nas BeJusl a;
I ec me a bla kene I  ei    hn     ei I a
.IE    SUIS   PRET."
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Salmon Arm News       jj~
ii    hand  v.- e tiage is
■ I:   complollon as fast a
.cn, and wil  be ready
e   nil
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leal   mai     iivi   gair    i neri
81 IS trlJ     Hani      w   ilbbard la laying the loundatlon
'enl isici                        ilace" which win be ai
lorl .   Iddlllon   to the   thriving!
■    *'■    ' i Arm.
, -i is expected in lhls
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For Sale bv all Grocers
W. P. GOOC
PETER BURNET
Miss B. Manlon
Dr.C.W.Crow
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Men's Furnishings
Our Perfect Filling Shirts are In a class by themselves,
made on a liberal plan, roomy and compilable, but not too
big.   You will be pleased with them.
Black satin shlr'.s, $1 and SI.10
Heavy tweed shirts, SI.25,
Kxiia quality tweed shirts, 51.50
Heavy black drill shirts, SI.50
Heavy Flannel shirts, $1.25
Fine Flannel shirts, $1.25 and 1.50
Fine flannel shirts, reversible collar, JI 50
SWEATERS
Honeycomb wool sweaters, all colon, $1.50
Heather Mixture, worsted swelters. $2
Beat quality navy worsted swelters, 52.25
Cardigan Jackets, heavy wool, llrm, hard finish, sirong
and durable, $2.50
Boys' navy wucl sweatera. 75c
UNDERWEAR
Merino underwear, 60c a garment
Unshrinkable wool, 90c
striped, $1
fine, $1.25
Penman's line unshrinkable, $1.3$ and 1,50
Heavy wesl tocki, 25c and 30c
Heavy worsted socks, 35c and 40c
Black cashmere aocka, 25c
Fine   " SOc
German Socks In black n.d colon, 75c, 65c and 95c
UNLINED CLOVES
Asbestos Sheepwln. 60e
Pigskin. $ I
Henehide face. $1.2$ and 1.40
Calitkm. heat and water Drool. $1,25
Euendeath'a Atbeatol honehide. $1.50
Honehide Gauntlets. $1.50
Cowboy Bovine Buektkin gauntleti, tureri:r lintih lltd
quality, $2.50
LINED GLOVES
Heat and water proof pigskin, $1.2$ \
calfskin. $1.50
yellow horte hide, $1.50
Chrome tan brown hone hide, $1.50
Nappa Buck, $1.40
One linger honehide, S 1.25
Fine Cape Cat. Dtg Skin, Suede and Media Gloves
Irom $llo 1.2$
LADIES' line Suede and Mocha -jlma. $1.2$ to SI.7S
MITTS,
Heavy cait akin mint, luted, with wool cull, li 2$
Heat ani watetpraal hinehlde paiwvera. vun nvitteJ
seams: made to stand the ten ol time, iutt
Wesl mnu (or boya and men, 2tc. iit, JCc, 40c, and SO
Boya' honehide, wscl wrut lined mitu, 60c.
BRACES
Mer. t tine "B' and "Globe" bracea. 3Sc. SOc. 60c and 7$c.
Men a h«avy "Firemen'a" brace, bOc,
Boyt' line web bracea. 2Sc.
FINE SHIRTS.
Men's line cambiic and linen thitu, $1,25.
An odd line ot fancy ccloied and white thnu in Urge
sites   la clear—SOc
TIES.
Of all ttylet. tumble Icr everyday cr evening wear, in
ancy tta ie,l colon. Black ttlk muttlen. fancy quilled
lining, $1.25.
Ways muillen. neat crista. In pure wt cl. 7Sc
CLOTHING
Harness
Do you find It hard to get a suit of clothes to FIT YOU
PROPERLY ? Do your pants bag at the knees? Does your
coat hang like a sack? Is it tight under the arms? And do the
lapels flare out and roll up? Then you are the man that
Fit-Rite Clothing was designed for and the man we want to
spruce up with our latest TAILORED SUITS.
The LOW PRICES and SUPERIOR QUALITIES of
our suits make Hum by all odds the most desirable on the
market.
Tweed Suits, checks and stripes, S8. SIO and SI2.
Worsted Suits, splendid wearing goods, $10. S!2andSI5.
FIT-RITE tailored suits, fine worsteds and tweeds in brown, grey,
green, and blue mixtures: nobby and up-to-date In all respects.
Heavy whip-cord suits. SIO. Untearable tweed. S9. Un-
learable tweed pants, heaviest weight. S2.75 Mackinaw pants,
best goods made. 5*1. Ditto, ditto. Coals. $5.50 Per Su't. 59 25
Men's fine tweed Overcoats. 512 Mill's but/ twssl Overcoats, extra quality. $15.
B?ys' Fileze Ulster Coats. 52.50.3.00.4-00. 4.50 and 5.00
Boys Suits, sizes 29 to 35. $3.50. 4 00. 4 50 and 7.00. Chllds'
Suits, sizes 24 to 28. $3,00,3.50 and 4,00
Ladies' Coats
2 only black Zephrline jackets, nicely trimmed and lined,
ordina-y, iii it Si. Tweed Jaciceu. 3-4 length, only small
sties kit.   •     .    . JODand 12Dj ;,r _.SOan_6,00
Booh ®b Shoes
This i$ ah.       intry i country In which the
quality of a boot la  . r . irned to your sor-
row that a si liyb i li the dearest ycu can bay. It pays io
gsithsbs.; , . nsipply yoi W.hthJ -/iSf BiST in
any style tr; , may desire.
Leclie J3cts !or hard wear. In pttb'.t. grain and English
kip le.thirs. 5.250.3.00.3.75 and I
FOR MEN—Lcckie high leg b:os. French cal' uppers,
heavy scle, S650; rein, reed sole and heel, ran hide trimmed,
II CO ibe&t shce macm. Slater and j D. Kiv.a fine shoes in
bsx calf, dongola, vicl ,-nd Russian calf, ail styles, $3 03. 3 LO.
4.00,450 and 5.00.
FOR WOMEN—Leckie's heavy pecble leather. $1 75.200
Ci'.,: fine dongala. $250.2.75. Slater s fine box call and vtcl.
$350.   Old Lasies' bsots. roomy and ,.n:
2 75.   Buskins and hiuse shoes, 1,50 and 200.    SH-pptra and
Oxfirds. 1 53 t i 25).   Fifty Pairs small sizes lace and -
boots ana Oxfords, at 20 per cent discount to clear
MISSES' Btcts and Shces—In grain, peeble and tkngtla.
150 to 2.00
BOYS and CIRLS B:.u of all kinds, and something nice
lor THE BABY
Rubbers
We carry th?v -
pro >f and guaranteed. 2.
Larkica'.-s and Lkohcs by fir excels any that his her* ■
been sold In thli    . •     • hem.
wnwioie. -ar-wajt-,rwwta •«"..«««
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Space does not permit an enumeration of
prices. We have however, a full and complete
stock of everything In the Harness line at Vancouver prices.
Heavy legging sets. Pinery and Concord team
harness from $40.00 to 63 00.
Light team, express and single harnesses,
collars, bridles, back-bands, breeching sets. tugs,
lines, pole straps, hames and hame straps, hobbles,
chinches, sweat pads, bells, etc.—everything you
want.
Harness hardware and repairs of every description always on hand.
Horse blankets, heavy jute, lined, 1.75 each,
3 25 a pair.
Robes (Sh Blankets
Manitoba   and Saskatchewan, dark brown
Bison, 9,75 to 11.00.
Crey China Coat. 8.75 to 1050.
Crey Japanese Wolf, plush lined, 12.00
Crey wool blankets. 300.350 and 4 00.
Blue wool blankets. 2 75.3 25 and 3,75.
White wool blankets. 5 25.6 iO ana 7.00
teOOTBOBBBUBtliCSOBKlCliCCI
Furniture
Have you seen our new stock of Furniture ?
Wt have everything you want for your home.
Why not be comfortable?
Beds, springs, mattresses, bureaus, wash-
stands, sideboards, kitchen and extension tables,
kitchen chairs, diners, rockers, armchairs. Morris
easy chairs, stretchers, center tables, couches,
rugs, carpet squares, blinds, etc.—
In -ll al Ivi.sictn Prices.
And TEe Last
To all who purchase Ten Dollars' worth of
Goods before Jan. '.. 1907. we *il! send the
Northern Okanagan Herald FREe for cne year.
This Is just ihe paper ycu want, containing all the
mc«t interesting local news.
Mail Orders Receive
Prompt Attention
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MclMLUM
WILCOX
SALMON ARM, B.C. I'M1-'  "'•■
& NORTHERN OKANAGAN HERALD. ENDERBY, B.C. NOVEMBER ?0. 1906
LOVERS OF GOOD TEA*f     „
\ ThinkoHt-TitcnA'.KitiKk   :?.      ■•__■'V^rjnjjjji  Winter Suits
-'^\*_a   RE  N     hM ■■ ■Ha\«f'#
li ^1 on \\ ant a Snap
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Because of its ~c"\ ions F!i.vor
'   LEAD PACKETS ONLY NEVER, SOLD IN rULK
At All Geo en
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n  • are nol  Id slock, but are all up I   I il -     lh
Ing.   Call :i". i see them for yourselves   This I     ne
the lln ■  • can get a snap,   We have al
. n's silk shirts, el eai       ring at
Skating and Curling.      Newi Flora Near 9b Far. i| b..rgain p*i
Now is y -tie time to Invest In Blankets, Flannelette
!| Sheets. Underwear of All Kinds, Maeklnaws, etc.
1       See I Shoe Packs and Rubber Goods,
ntered by burgla »I We I   ■ i everything clean and fresh In the grocery line.
1 (a.VE US A CALL
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