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and   NORTHERN   OKANAGAN   HERALD
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Volume 2.   Numhi;i< 27.
cielDERBY. B.C.. NOVEMBER 17, 1905.
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Quality  is  Everything
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UP RIVER DOlNGs.
There .ining  to  Ihe
. . Announcement . .
November 1.1905
O-ving to the steady expansion of my
business I have found It desirable to take a partner
to assist me, and I have the pleasure of Informing
you that from the above date Mr. W. Allan Dobson
will associate himself with me. under the fh..i
name of Harvey & Dobson.
I am glad to take this opportunity of thanking my numerous clients for their generous support In the past, and trust that you will extend io
the new iirm an equally liberal share of your esteemed patronage In lhe future, which they on
their part a 111 make every endeavor to merit.
Yours faithfully,
HENRY W. HARVEY
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nitie-h timber down an'
|Conlwood and clearing.
The weaiher la so mild thli
and olher iree* and bui
retaining their summer leaves, but arc
gr. »'lng new leaves.
Several wild   strawberrier, In full
ii'oom, have been seen lately cn P.
i tin's ranch.
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'chased a plot ol land Irom Mr. ft
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very line looking log art
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P.  Rosoman Is cutting ll
tmmestead tor the •
Lumber  Co.,  and   Alee   !
the contract to haul the legs to tlw
river bank.
Ill* hill, are rich In k
and cattle, and aa mai
" Is herMd that
Premier Coming
10 ENDERBY TO-MORROW
The  li hard McDnde. Minister ol Mines anJ
rot British a. will honor ihe Okanagan
i this week,   lie will be accompanied by Hen. R. F. Green
.-I CommlKcletitsr ol Lands and Wjrks. and by
.ii. M.P.P.. the representative ol the d
Tho Premier and Mr. Oroen are Ce     gupli
Ihtyaddi       I I . 'ist Tuesday, a;
It; alurday afternoon's train
A banqn lered to the I. :nderby
lo enable the citizens cl Enderby to meet the Pramli
It ta hoped lhat th i
the Minuter ol Lands and Wu.   i
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Shlplap, $12 per M,    ^ 0t}t%it „
Flooring, Celling. Siding. Irom SIS per M up ^^^
mud hale and thsi
tetf-Any other Information will be furnished on inquiry at n,
our office.   We respectfully'solicit a share of ycu patronage,
which will have our careful attention.
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BRICKS
BRICKS
sticlu>-" li g   .
*«andr^iwJnci i««Ui.«oil
tt«t the entente and no* A
go-to-meeting shut with ***** *'
Iht KAMLOOPS LUMBI-R CO.. LTD ureMwi* mud. < * £
lieJcAy, B. C. li mint thit a railway it i* bt buttl L,".
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The best clay in the Valley.   Well burnt bricks at reasonable ,,.,„„
prices.   Large or small quantities.
Tfie Enderby B.ick <tb Tile Co.
Ekdbrby, B. C.
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WALTER E. TRUESDALE.
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Policy for $1,515. ,\ nlxtLiMt I. AFFAIR
Dr. W. F. FRASER
DENTIST
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Will be in Enderby on
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':• PROGRESS, ENDERBY. B.C.. NOVEMBER 17, 1905
From My Point
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THE   STORE
This Week
JoveS Mitts
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J. C. Metcalfe     £1- ;uW 5
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Ctphel, all peld up, SU.OOO.iVK. I'..:   - l,"'eii',n n
Balance Prcflti end Lota account,. SS7S.90&
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A Ge\eial Bar.ki.\g business Iron
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COUGH &
COLD REMEDIES
C O F. No 1058
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locks 5c "
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Xmas.
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C O A » TIM!
Printing. .
To Storekeepers
innaunceir,
.nd a  cc--
presents!;
MAIL ORDERS •
A. FULTON
TINSMITH & PLUMBER
Enderby   -   B. C.
Stove pipes and all kinds ol furnace fittings.
Bath tubs and sinks.
All kinds of repair work promptly done.
I'HE PROGRESS, ENDERBY, B.C.. NOVEMBER 17, 1905
Interesting Items
The following are a lew snaps we    vo on our
Enderby Land List
19 320 acres, A miles Irom town. Two hundred and
seventy acres level. 750 in Umber on property, watered by
creek.   $6,400. pari cash.
20 25 acre* in lown. 25 acres under cultivation. No
building.   Good  location lor dairy.    Price 55000.   Half
21 33 arcs, 12 miles Irom Enderby. 3 acres under
culllval house, two mllea Irom school and P. 0.
Hrie.-« $100.   Hall
.'0. I 1-2 mllea Irom town,   290 acre.* under cul-
lOacreu rcliai sock and implement!, lair
buildings.   Price $3080.   Hal! cull
H. I . LEE
A. E. HALE. Biiiet!)' H
FRUIT TREES
My Spring-delivery orders are all In When you are
preparing lor Fall-delivery trees, wriie me. I represent the
Nursencs ol Stone & Wellington. Toronto. The
quality ol ths trees sent out by these nurseries Is
as neat perfection as scientific growers can make It.
E. A. CHAPPELL, Enderby
lhe Winter is Coming
What about that new stove you were
going to have.     We have a choice
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STOVES
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Heaters
The  HARDWARE  STORE
R. P. Bradley - Enderby
""r" OuQCK v SI©
Wednesday,
NOVEMBER
1905- at Sir Arthur Stepney's Ranch, Three Miles south ol
En.ietby B. C.
ISO II...I tf ( >"■<   U ILif.. M She** mat 13 Ax,... (,- <
«ri/ ail In ciS ts ewKtovtd Sbottttim bud,   Aboul 10
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V, V. Si E. tt C. P. K.
There were some lively
scenes last week at Midway,
where the two railway lines are
engaged In a light for supremacy of the right of way over a
dlspu.ed section of land along
the route which boih are to
follow Into the Slmllkameen,
Picks and shovels are the favorite weapons, though revolver
shots are occasionally heard.
Over five hundred men oi b lh
companies are engaged In ihe
contest, which promises to have
more serious In this week as
the temper of the men In
es; but it Is hoped that the
provincial will assert the lav
of British Columbia.
Later reports stale , al thli
con!est has ended.   Hill's
have  been withdrawn.    The
reason of this abrupt termma
Hon Is that the rumpus wa
casloned by a mlsapprehi
ol the facts.   The writ of possession given to Great North-,
ern officials, applied to a piece <
of land lying six miles to the!
west of of the proposed tunnel.
C. P  R. AFTER CONTRACT
The Canadian Pacific has!
lodged a protest against the in- i
tentlon of the Dominion
ernment to extend the Allan's
com -act for carrying the
tic malls from five to ttnyears.;
The C. P. R. say that thi
Improving their Atlantic and!
Pacific services, an J expect tc,
be In a position at the end ol
five years lo be able lo oiler j
the betier service.
AN AKAUOLY
The Vancouver World has
discovered a peculiar fact In
,• nnecll n  irttti   the  Irelj l
charges of the C. P R. Goods
can be shipped from Jap..n t.
Calgary, and even tc Kernle.:
by way of Winnipeg cl
than they can to the same
points   through   Vancouver:
(.Inch it says Is only one instance among many.    Ail ol
these anamolles mitigat ■ .
the growth of Vancouver. They;
all rcb this port fram the bene-1
(Its to which It is entitled Irom]
lis natural advantages.
PRINCE LOUIS
Prince Louis ol Battenburg.
who, In commando! an English!
squadron, is touring western'
waters, visited New York last
*eck and was given a great reception.   He was the cynosure
of the reporters, he jellied, ana
made (un at their expense.
Among lhe many questions that
they asked him was what has
impressed him most In New!
York.    The  Prince replied:
"The possible attempt of war
on New York was what lm
pressed me.   In less lime ihan
ll lakes my cook io (ry an om
elette the combined flee,
river could reduce Ne
ta atoms.    New Yorr.
peace.   Wai
disastrous lo Ihe diy."   There
were no
Ntw Yorkers art n
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ho DtciaoN vsr
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River
annual mc share
: ol the G
Pacific Railway hei
that a site (or the PiCl
minus had been
Kal cn Island, 1 most positively
declare that ihe Governmenl
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red any in! •
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.AFTER TREASURE
Under the leadership of Cap.
Hacketi of Vancouver another
expedition Is being organized to
go lo Cocos Island in search of
the much sought afler treasure
which Buccaneer Morgan and
his pirate gang are sala to have
hidden away there many years
ago, says the Province. Vancouver and Seattle people are
primarily interested In Ihe ven-
I ■• i, alth  t.jh some Victoria
11 ll is also involved. Capt.
H ketl has been al the Island
before, having led an expedition
Ihere some j irs ago, which
narrowly avoided a serious
Ith a rival party oi ireas
ure seekers led by a titled En-
■ IHWEST PASSAGE
A Philadelphia despatch says
that a cask containing a record
•as set adrift from a;
whaler In the vicinity of Point
Barrow, Alaska, has been found
off the coast of Iceland, after
(Ive years drifting In the polar:
sea, or being Imprisoned In th.
Ice. This conllrms the belli:!
lhat ihere Is a current setting In
lo lhe eastward through thc
Arctic Ocean, and that open!
water during some of the summer months extends clear a-
round the northernmost extremity of this continent.
England's unemployed
n, N ■ ml r:: .':.•
Queen has graciously ccnlrlbut
-1 $15,000. and has Initiated a
movement for the relief o! the
unemployed In England by Issuing an appeal ihrough Earl
de Grey, Treasurer ol the
Queen's Household.
SriLL AN EMBARGO
Mr. A. Fellowes. President
ol lhe Buard of Agriculture (or
Great Britain, said last week
lhat as long as he was head oli
that department nothing would'
Induce him to ask the House
■ions to alter th.. law i
admit  Canadian   cattle   im
England.
A LONELY DEATH
A lonely death, high up In
the mountains, far Irom home
xta the sad late which overtook E. R. McDonald, a well-
known resident ol Abbotsford,
while on a hunting trip, on
Thursday last, He lelt his
h m-.- in company with Iwo
Ulends. cn a deer-hunting ex
pedillon. In lhe chase McDonald became separated irom the
others, who. when they reach
ed the top, could see nothing o!
il ti Laie on the
ng afternoon the dead
body o! the missing man was
found lying in a crevice near
he icp where
he had fallen just as he neared
ll 13 surmlssi that
is due either to heart
'pssure.   He was
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. and occu-
.i n   ! manager.
is unin!,rrir
been living in Abi, I
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Enderby Flour
Never send oul of tc .vn (or what Is made as good as
the best in tc xn.    In supporting lume Industries you
are supporting ■■■■•■     and Iher  • i. makethetown
Th-."c are our brads:
Moffei's BcM, Hungarian, Premier, 1 hree Star,
DRipri-D St; v.. A ■" XX,
WiitAi Sheaf, Iraham  W     u Wheat
Patronize 'inc Home Mill
The Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd.
Enderby.
Harness-maker and Repairer, Trunks.
Valises,   Etc.
ENDERBY
J. W. EVANS,
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THE "ANDERSON"
SS FORCE PUM?
tb capacity ia: No. 2, 1000
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FashionaHeTurn-outs
Wc arc now in our new Stables A-here r. •
Rigs and Saddle Horses always
Stalls and (eed ready (or your horses alter Iff Si
MATTHEWS & EVANS ENDEIIBY
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HELP US l» mak- ■
iho val!*]!.   '•■
$2.25
Till
JANUARY      FIRST
1907!!
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&  THE   PRO ORES
To January I.  : ■
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SUITS
For $6.50
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breadkmves
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litutlon
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Ai iln- barbei shop
Ground
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BELl. BLOCK. ENDERBY, B. C.
Real Estate, Insurance,
Mining and General Land Agents
PROMPT  AND  CAREFUL
ATTENTION   GIVEN  TO
BUSINESS  ENTRUSTED
TO   US
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