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Volume 2.   Nui.u i
"NDERBY, B. C. SEPTc
•R27, \')i)5
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Quality  is  Everything
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LATE   PERSONAL   ITEMS
Miss Fenton and Miss Car.. II
mi al the Arm cn Sai.i
Mrs. Mar
Great Discount ^AJ   k^
' I 10 make room for incoming  slock
A I have decided to offer large
Discounts, for Cash only, on all stocks
of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Stoves,
Tinware, Hardware, Clothing, Crockery
and Glassware, commencing
Thursday, Sept. 28th,
and to continue for fifteen days.
COMF. AND SEE THE BARGAINS
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District   of   Enderby!
A COMING VALLEY.
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H. W. HARVEY,
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General Merchant
ENPEKBY.
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Look
here ! for
Cheap Lumber
What do you
Think of this?
the house lately occu]
October 26 has been
day (or general thanK -. ulttg
Miis Rowe, who lias been  i
her sister, Mrs. Mori
months, lelt on Monday tor tl:
Mr. W. H, Hill, wile and faintly
lelt lor Vancouver on Tuesday, where
they will make their future home.
The Spallumcheen nt
has donated SI00 to the Dominion
Fair exhibit from the Spallumcheen.
Mrs. A. E. Taylor leavea an Thursday
lor a two month
ema at her old home in Haiti.
Scotia.
Mr. Godsoe lelt on Wedn* I
for the cast, where he will Ic alt a   i
the interests cl the Csltiit.bii I
Mill at the Fair.
The dtuble It
C, P. R. which U priory, will be continued until Oct. 3 Itt.
and ;   liblyl  Ihem . .■■■ ■
Mr. !'. Burnet, son dp
came in Wednesday last irom
ver,   li ■. iamous,where
he will engage In survey vtrk along
Tht C. ft. ft. has launched the
steamer Slocan on S,. mi Lake, and;
as a; on u II li - D inaugurate
ihe lake from this
city, which will shorten ll.
about twelve hours.
Eighteen elalma tn the Srjrmotir
Ann atrtke have beta
owners  through  H I
A Bri«l Article Scttcnj l.ertli it« Many Advantaifei »"-!   Atir«tiun>
lilt   Ve-lt.er    al   tin   l)..e..|c.l.eee   lace
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Vernon, on the Shuswap
: -anch of the Canadian
It ia the principal
town at this end cf the Okanagan Valley. Its population being in the neighborhood :! SCO.    So lar as
r.nderby is  especially
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i ickgrtund on the we I
off to the nenh-eatt th? mag
biull known as tha "Giant." lowers
m«r re-
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ranching were l but
wuhin the pa.:
have awakened to the fact ll
have a Iruil country ..•econd to none In
the West,
Geographically we are well situated
being at Ihe doorway ol the best (run
market on Ihe continent ol America
Manitoba and lhe great Nortl -
the demand (rom l being far
in ex«ss ol the supply.
The superiority ot lhe quality and
Haver cl the fruit compared -
grown in oilier sections of the ..   •
attributed lo she fact thai
[mil   .       ihe driest ata
obviating the  :
This also ellects th- lolldlty ol
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kinds, which wha ng dls-
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Ir. Hawea and
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Lunch was partaken ol   i
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Dry Beards and Dimension Timber. Irom SB lo SIO per M,
Shlplap.       ------       $12 per M.
Flooring. Celling. Siding, •       Irom SI5 per M. up
i-   Any itier Information will be furnished on Inquiry at
ur   •■      We respectfully solicit a share of your patronage,
which -Mil have our careful attention.
■lh, KAMLOOPS LUMUER CO.. LTD
Emltrby. li C.
D.   D   -I.     CRANE BROS.,
eer rark, i^tor.
Have Cal*_ '.Opure bred Tam-
; r 0-U*W e .-j, Mws in pig,
  from imported registered stock. A few Ta-
boars, fli f:r service. Three or four
good milch cows, fresh In milk.
WALTER E. TRUESDALE.
I.-j.fi".. B-C-
Snaps
Notary Puklec.
Real E'lait and In-uraiiM.
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H4O.O0O.
P. Greyell hat moved hU takeiy
bu MSI Into lh- Hutch    i '    .  -
haaencl  ed In part
the carrying and "
business,   Endeiby eai I
appointed restaurant In the /alley
Bradley lelt lor Un coasl cn
Tuesday as a delegate fro-.  I
to the formation ol a union  ol mail-
cif.slities  ol B. C, '
which will be held al the
Fair.
The exodus of Gfeanagan people to
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A 20 Payment Life Policy
ilS.™ Conftdmtloii Lift Ann.,
cultivsi ,is,$l,000 the Mnl
Ha;i cj.[, - terms. r>er annum, and at the er,d ol
60 x 120 each, lh- •
two lor JIM   - ™ ************ \ "aid  up
/Ver, l Policy tor $1,315.
RAMS
GRAMAPHONE
has charge of lh'
a:A will alter I
the spec ,
fared by Un Vemon Ni •
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For sale.   Enquire at Colum- miidad tm rlghl hip wit pan
I la Flouring Mills Co., Enderby       • iinet,   1
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- i'HE EDENOGKAPH, ENDERBY, B.C. SEPTEMBER 27, 1905
HSSIONAL
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a wagon d tiers   (Winnipeg    It xa  \\'  p  GOOCH
,,, SUIS PRET" will be near.) i| I I    n thai rult «	
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B. C.
PETER   BURNET
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Is a necessity I i       in
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A. L. U.
L. L. r. i\o luJb
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i the ecu irlng the province free fi
ths.   The ir. iit from Washing'.:! -    -
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Burelta Lodge. No. 50
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Notice ot Assignment,
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Our Clothing
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Special Bargains
For Cosh    .    .
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Bank of Montreal
Capital. All pM up, 114,000000. Ben.. SIP.COO.OCO
Uelance I'ioi.i. and Lais aonui.l. Ss. s.VUB
HEAD  OFFICE.MONTREAL
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Savings Ba;i,k jEF1:
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rDOMINION  EXHIBITION
1905   SepLenter 2fCh to October  7   1905
■tie R;ya! Agricultural
New  Westminster, B. C.
HCPfc   ON,   10IL  ON.
$100,000
,sh"/,% AmoL $100,000
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■ THE EDENOGRAPH, ENDERBY, B.C., SEPTEMBER 27,
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A. FULTON
TINSMITH & PLUMBER
Enderby   -   B. C.
Stove pipes and all kinds of furnace fittings.
Bath tubs and sinks.
All kinds of repair work promptly done.
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I       The fcll:wlng are a lev snaps ve hive on our |l
'/ Enderby Land List
9 160acres. 10 mlleafrom Enderby. Sunder cultivation,
home and stable, 5 acres lenced. vaterri by itrMtrt. S2.IO0
Part cash.
10 One hundred and forty acres. 5 mllea Enderby, none
cultivated, nearly all level and covered with lur and pine limber
Frioe, 52.500 : cne fifth cash.
11 One hundred and ten acrea, four and a half from Enderby. 30 acreas under cultivation, good house and bam, 300
hundred fruit trees, 2 and three yeara eld, Price. $6.600:
hall caih,
12 One hundred and sixty acres. 4 mllea from Enderby,
35 acres under cultivation, good hay barn, no house. 4 miles
.       school and P.O.   Price, S4.S00: half cash.
\| The ■      ■ ran   H,   I.   LEL
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Take a Look
AT OUR  TOOW
We have a very complete line and our prices   will
suit you.     Come In and see.
THE HARDWARE STORE
R. P. Bradlev ■ Enderby
THE "ANDERSON"
5885 FORCE PUMP
: .Tip double the amount ef *f,*r wh sue
hail the ratter cl any ether. and maw taty that
a little child cut cosiatt il II «ell tt nai im deep
lu capacity u; N» 2. 1000: Ns. 3. 1500. Nt.
4. 2000 gala, per hair.
• ■ • i-itt tveaMthaaatanr t»-t»"-we pmp
I .-sis Una it ta Ike AKDtf»ON.  C:*t
uama).  ll ntm tan ia a»a*e. ii »".li etmnbM fit
W-JK-tt:  Henry Brain
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K  A  11   A   C  I  R
VERNON.  BC,
Don*t Bake When The Weather
is Hot—w« Bake bread
The Chiic-it (ram the tew.
Ihl *»ather u varm
Alvayt treah.      lea Crtatr
r bread thu aammtr.
P. GREYELL, IS*Enderby bakery, i ■-
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Receipt Books
Letter Heads. Bill Heads, Envelopes. Shipping Tags, Invoice
Envelopes, Business Cards, VttlUng Cards. Invitations—anything that can be printed—sickly done at this office   Estimates cheerfully furnished on every class of B: .
Printing.
UTTER PAPER PRINTING
At the EDENOGRAPH
Mushroom Culture
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To be a successlul grower of mushrooms the work
should not be restricted by any set of rules, as there are
few people who uniformly succeed. The work must be
regulated by conditions and the location of the beds. The
same rules would not apply to all conditions. By prac ■
tice and experimenting a method may be developed which
with a little persistence on the part of the grower, may
result In success with mushrooms.
The method which has proved successful with one of
the largest growers In Toronto is here described. This
grower believes that In mushroom growing ihere are three
prime requisites: decaying vegetable matter, a unliorm
and rather low temperature, and a steady supply of moisture. The decaying matter Is supplied by horse manure,
which should be obtained as fresh as possible. It Is necessary to prc.iuce the required heat. This applies more
especially to the fall of the year, as In the summer there
is too much heat, which has to be reduced by mixing soil
with the manure. The manure should be piled In some
sheltered place and there allowed to ferment and heat.
The pile should be turned at least once a day. perhaps
more frequently, depending on how high a temperature Is
attained. The healing Itself Is, perhaps, of no advantage
except for the fact that It contributes to the decay of the
material
Manure should stand aboul three weeks, and when It
ceases to supply an Increasing amount of heat It should be
put In the beds. The temperature at this time should not
go beyond 120 degrees. The beds may be on raised
benches or on the ground, but they should have a dry and
warm bottom. Raised benches have proved to be the
best, as there is less draught snd the temperature can be
kept more even. They should be at least 10 inches deep
when raised from the ground, or If ground beds are used
It is well to have them 12 to 15 Inches deep.
The manure should bt packed close and in a unt
manner, but not too hard.   The bed should feel some a hat
springy.   Leave the bed until it Is found how high lhe
temperature goes.   After a temperature c f 90 degrees has
been obtained the mushroom spawn should be planted.
Great care should be taken in selecting only the best
spawn,   One of them." -illng good spawn Is by
Its appearance.   It sh — . bluish white color, and
not inclined to yelL/.ing. «..Mch invariably Indicates that
It Is exhausted. The greater the number cf white threads
the mere certain It is that the spun has run t.
Fresh spawn should be obtained each year, and In planting it should be broken into pieces about the size of a
walnut and put about eight or ten Inches apart each way.
The depth of planting is regulated by the mtisture of the
bed. 1 b». greater the mo'sture the shallower the planting
but In any cue do not cover them more than one and a
half Inches.
After the spawn has been left about ten days it should
show signs of running, and I! It does It should be covered
with one and a half inches of clay loam. After spreading
the soil over the bed evenly It should be packed firmly
with a mallet or brick, and then given a slight watering
Should the temperature of the be i go below 60 degrees
a covering of straw at,..; six inches deep should be added
Care should be taken when this is done to avoid overheating, If signs of overheating appear remove the straw
at once. If not. leave the straw on until the mushrooms
appear. This may be In four weeks or net until isur
months.
The temperature of the beds should never go below 60
or above 70 degrees after the spawn is in place. I! the
bed becomes dry It should have a slight sprinkling ci water about the same temperature as the bed, As the crop
increases more water is required, tn gathering the mush
room they sh.uli be drawn out. not cut off, and the hole
filled with soil. The best months for starting beds are
September and October. About four months Is the usual
time a bed continues to yit;. . . they should produce ab?at one-half pound to the ■  -
Barn Remedies
A correspondent I .rnal across the line
says,
The writer has recei i small closet In the
In fchich is kept a . b as exp-
has taught us should be handy A: the suggestion .'. the
■ Tilly a large bottle of witch ha.-s! and
several busies of vaseline were tdde: l gelherwith a roll
of partly worn muslin The very day this closet was com
pleted snd its contents plac a horses by
dent struck its head against the side ' the stall so that
there was a decided bruise around the eye. Out came
the witch hazel and by frequent ai nt oi ii during
the day lhe swelling was subdued and the horse
more comfortable   Weha.» 'Ofvaselnv
tpltil        and the ca*:   IK        cine, and;:
has tt»n' useful
calf had an ugly spot on Its id-fleshsotl
.    • l     ild I  11     .nl
Wet: • .
butter of ll with a little cart  U
that spot for a week, healing it perfectly    Have a Utile
closet as describ I and I (d things In It,
witch hazel, vaseline and a roll of sod, clean
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1905
Enderby Flour
Never send out o! town I ir what is made as good as
the best In town.    In supporting home Industries you
are supporting yourself and others who make the town
These are our brands:
Moffet's BeA, Hungarian, Premier, Three Star,
Drifted Snow, Alpina, Strong Baker's or XX,
Wheat Sheaf, Superfine, Graham, Whole Wheat
Patronize The Home Mill
THe Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd.
Enderby.
Harness-maker and Repairer. Trunks.
Valises.   Etc.
J. W. EVANS,
ENDERBY
FRUIT TREES
My Spring-delivery orders are all In. When you are
preparing for Fall-delivery trees, write me. 1 represent the
Nurseries of Stone k Wellington. Toronto. The
quality of the trees sent out by these nurseries Is
as near perfection as scientific growers can make It.
E. A. CHAPPELL. Enderby
5000 T*5g;
ED
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Learn Telegraphy
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Jas. Jarrett
Carpenter & Builder
Has opened a carpenter shop
InthercardtheHancec.*
All kinds of jobbing promptly
t,(er,lrH. .et  Ae.e teOle-e •     A'c .,','> --1,
10 Lie* on a tlit
WING LEE CO'Y
CHINESE CR.OCERIES
Suits cleaned and pre: - -1
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***      Chinese Labor
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BRICKS
Brick;
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The best clay In the Valley.   Well burnt bricks at reasonable
prices.   Large or small quantities
The Enderby B.ick 9b Tile Co.        Enderby, B C
FashionableTurn-outs
Wc are now in our new Stables where everything Is spick-and-
span   Rigs and Saddle Horses always al your coir •
Stalls and feed ready for your horses after a long drl.
MATTHEWS & EVANS ENDERBY
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A  WORD  FOR
THE LOCAL
PAPER
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Do y;  * an"   four  district
advertised ?
Do you want It known as a
; • ,;-?ssive community at tl       •     I fully
alive and s many In
dustries ?
I! so. back up yeur local paper,    tt will
serve your interests all the tin,
wiih an occasional paragraph wedged in a
meng the all imports,-.' ilcltyi
li h many of your fi ••• .
•   -.-   ■ the country you ping?
All of the ne time or other
rcke        from i little
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all up and give us thc address
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■- THE EDENOGRAPH, EN!>ERBY, B.C. SEPTEMBER 27, 1905
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See our windows
• ' the latest
Ladies' IVndv-to-wear Goods
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Children's wear
End(*il)y   IVadin^  Company
_B_#Bl40»i'i'jS.i
School Opening
Y ,i mi! find everything you require al I       I •>', Si r
ALL NEW GOODS AND PRICES THE LOWEST
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1 Stud'
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BIS) llT>ff
Okanagan Brick Co., uu» im, i;„j.ii.y, b.c
A good Ruler free with every purchase,!
4 large or small Jj
*' n    MAiRKI  fei CC)   Druggists and Stationers
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WEBB'S CHOCOLATES
SUNDAY   HOURS:   8104p.m.
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in tlte beautiful Okanagan Valley ?   I
write or sec u-
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EIRE   INSURANCE  AND  MONEY
MOWAT ®> BRINDLE
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