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JUN1S1906     __
TAe bnderby Pfdgffess
cW   NORTHERN   OKANAGAN   HERALD
With Which is Incorporated THE EDENOGRAPH
Volume 3.   Number 5
NDERBY. B. C. JUNE 15 1906
Price, $1 50 a Year
Mowers,  Rakes,
Scythes,  Forks
and everything you want for haying
WE SUPPLY EVERYTHING
BUT THE CROP
WHY HIRE EXPENSIVE LABOR WHEN OUR
Gasolene Engine
DOES THE WORK FOR HALF PRICE,    Come In and we will
be pleased to show you how
You can Save Money
THIS IS NOT "GAS" BUT GASOLENE.
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Buggy Harness at Cut Prices
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HARVEY <& DOBSON
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KODAKS
and
Photographic Supplies
Wa keep a lull line.    Sole Agents (or
Eastman's goods   All supplies sold al list
prices.
Mail Orders will receive prompt altentbn.
Enderby Drug 9b Stationery
Company LM.
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LOCAL   NOTES.
Col. Tracy It preparing plans for a
sewerage system for Kamloops.
Mr. G. McCormlck returned on
Wednesday Irom a business villi to
. Toronto.
1 Do nol forget the Ice cream social
and concert on Mr. Lawes' Itwn, on
jTueidiy. June  19th.   An  enjoyable
> time ind a Ural class programme ol
i music ire promised.
1 Hugh Rose, ol Kelowni. wu i
jpuaeiiger to Kamloops on Thursday,
] returning on Friday
Miss E Wright returned on Friday
. Irom Tacomt whtrt iht hid been tl-
tending tht Annie Wright Seminary.   1
The High School entrance tiitnin-
itlotis were held in the public school
j on Friday and Saturday ton week under
' the presiding ri S.-hool Inspector Gcr-,
; don. Thiity-nine pupils ul Iw the ex-
emulations, ol which fourteen were from
Armstrong, thirteen Irom municipality
schools, ont from Lansdowne, tight
i train Enderby. two Irom Min tnd ont
; Irom Ftlklittd,
E J Coylt, atittltnl general pan-
linger tgenl ol the C. P. R.. wai a
passenger on Saturday's train, on a
busineu vtilt lo Vemon. reluming
j north lhe unit ilttmoon.   Mr. Coylt
> uid that traffic on tht main lint wh
v.. heavy Mpec illy h- *. eA-1 ■
nage. which wit lir in excess cl any
per,     ...  ....
Mturx. EU.m k Klrby. rail eitite
agents, of Armttrong. were In t;wn on
Thundiy. ll to mott likely thai they
will open an ollice in Enderby.
S Teece timounctt that he inlenda
i to tike up tht dairy business, and trill
ba prepared lo supply the town with
milk, cieam. etc.   Milk to tun al sit
ctflu a quart.
Tht licensing commissioners held their
quirttrty meeting on '.Vedntadiy alter -
noon. Present Mayor Bill and F, H.
Barnes. Tht Inspector repented thit
■ti houses had been well conducted tnd no c-mpliinu received,
Post Olltct Iniptctor Greenfield, ol
Vtncctiver. wat in ls,wn lodiy. Mr.
Greenlield la on hit regular lour ol
Inspection ol iht pan otticat ol tht
province
Tht lidles ol St. Andrew's church
wtU hold t strawberry Itslivtl on Mrt.
Mofltt'a lam, on Thursday. June _8ih.
Premier McBride returned lo Victoria on Sttutday. Irom a trip into tht
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HEN IN ENDERBY
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STOP   AT.
D
TR KING EDWARD HOTEL
THE   LEADING   HOSTELRY  OF THE OKANAGAN VALLEY
Visitors lo the northern part ot the Okinigin Valley, whether
land hunting, or lor pleasure and sport, can do no better thin
make this house their headquarters. Table and cublnt un
excelled. Bar replete wllh lineal wines, spirits, liqueurs. Clgan
LARGE LIGHT SAMPLE ROOMS
itu. a iviuamv
PlO^fHtCOIt
b
Wines & Spirits
known brands io ch-.r,e I. ,n
and olher dunks
large   ,     ilinrnl
Wa nan
all the well
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PAINTER
A J. LAPWORTH
undertakes
SIGNWRITING
PAPERHANGING
Df.CORATING
Etc.
LOST
In an interview with t Colomtl report-
er he uid that he and hit party were
welcomed everywhere ant thai on all
tides ht taw abundant evidence ol
ol progrtta tnd prosperity, tnd wis
much pleated wilh ill thtl ht saw.
J. M. Miller, an old-time resident
ol thu district, and a well known prospector, relumed to Eiilerby 1st! wet*.
Mt. Miller and hu pirtner, J. McCon-
net. have just concluded a deal whereby
they have disposed oi Iheir interests in
' the Golden Sovereign group el daunt,
m the Nicolt Villey. lor a consideration
uid lobe over one hundred thousand
dollars. This me it a copper ptopotl-
lion, carrying small gold tnd silver
1 values. The sie it resorted to be very
rich, umpltt ol ntlive copper taken
Irom some at iht veins tiiying ts
high as 97 per cent pure metal, and
i shipments ol thu will be made direct
' lo tht refinery This property which
tt about nine miles in length.... situated
on the summit ol Iht divide bttwttn
the Nic.li tnd Similkameen. at the
headwatert ol the Otter. Though at
' its will not petmit ol
Iht tconomical working tf these claims.
the day is not lit distant whtn It will
bt so.   The railway which It building
PUBLIC MEETING.
To Hi. n. Iht Qwtblon or Initelllnft
t Waterworks Syttern In lh..
Cily ol Enderby.
The Mayor hi:, called a public meeting lor Monday mghi. June 18th, In the
Orange Hill. Bell Block, it 8 p m..
lor tht public discussion ot lhe proposed
scheme tor the supplying ol the clly
wilh wtter Irom Hassird's creek.
This will bt set lorth In dettll al lhe
mteting. tnd It is hoped lhat every
ratepayer and householder will endea
vor to be present.
KINO COMING TO CANADA
The London Dally Telegraph in a
reeeitt lasut contained a long leading
article on "Tht Canadian Invitation lo
King Edward to vlsii Canada " To
ill Londoners, the Duly Telegraph is
t "Ptrsontt Gratia" with royally, and
Irom the importance the paper gives
the subject. It can bt taken tt in assured thing ihit the visit will be mtdt.
ind In ill probability continued into the
United States,
Molt Meebhti In -Maty.
Meeting! of iht British Columbia
Fruit Growers' association will be hold
tarly in July at Ktslo. Nelson. Craslon
tnd Cranbrook. tnd will be addressed
by Thomas A. Brydon. president ol
Ih- a•■      at. "     i   ;   .: *,-.:'• . .
tng," by J. C. Metcalfe, on "Small
Frails." and by Miiwell Smith. Dominion trait inspector, on "Orchard
Cultivation," Concurrtmly, meetings
will b> held at Fairvltw, Keremeos.
Ptnttcien. Summerland. Armstrong,
Enderby and Salmon Arm, and will be
addressed by R, M Palmer, on "Mat-
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Ktpp. on "Cultivation ol the Orchard."
and by W J, Brandrith, on "Spraying"
and the "Weak ot the Association,"
Tttt whole executive committee will
wind up the itinerary byt meeting
it Revetilokt, The tuct dattt ot
thete meetings will be announced al an
eirly dtte.
CARD Of THANKS.
P. H, Murphy dttirei to think ill
whs so kindly a tattled hinr in tht cut
ol William Stubbs during hu long
period ol ttckntu, and also all who to
kindly lettietnbeied. and assisted, at Iht
(until!
Desire Brolhier. trained in Vancouver on livt chatges. two ot larger/, two
tf thelt and one ol procuring, wis it
rested hi Seattle on Tuesday morning
on lhe request ot Iht Provincial Police
in Vancouver
New York was visited by a JS00.C00
Hit on June I Ith
Sir Hector I jngevln. former minister A Public Wotka in Sir John A
MacdomM't cabinet, died at 9 10 p m
on June I lib.
Miss Francis lid Mbi Muiiay, ol
Armilt .ng. wtrt visiting in lown on
Thurtdiy afternoon
Mr. N. O'Letry. head miiler at the
Columbia Flouring Millt Co.'a mill tl
Vernon, hit liken the position tf night
miltr it the comptny't null hart
COUNCIL MEETING
lhe Cny council held Iheir usual
weekly ineeling on Wednesday evening
All the members with the exception oi
Alderman Kenny were present
This meeling was a most Interesting
one, seeing lhat tlte waterworks question wan brought to a climax, ts It
were, by the receipt of a price (rom
the Canadian Pipe Co., of Vancouver,
lor which ihey would Install a system
ol waterworks in Enderby, bringing the
wattr Irom Hisstrd's crtek, The
figure ia S 15,523 00. lor which ante tint
Ihey will complete the whole work.
Mr. Atkinson, representative ol the
company, was present. He answered
ill questions in t most straightforward
maimer.
During ihe course of lhe discussion
of lhls subject, il wis shown thu it a
very conservative estimate ol the re
venue to bt dtrlvtd Irom lhe site ol
witer, the undeitiking would be sell-
supporting (rom the start, ind so would
not be i burden on the riles.
It wts dtclded to draw up t petition
to be signed by ill tht rttepiytrs ind
others who would tikt wtter, tnd so
lmd out tht sentiment ol til wiih regird
lo IL
The trades license amendment was
defeated on tu third reading,
It was decided to call t public meeting lar Mondiy evening, for the discussion ol lhe waterworks scheme,
DEATH OP W STUBtS.
With sorrow wt irt celled upon lo
iteord the death ot William Stubbs.
which ud event htppentd it 11 a.m..
on Tuesday. The deceased, who
came Irom Sandon to here hut tall, to
ukt chtige tf the bar ol the King
Edward, when (hit ntw hotel opened,
had lor some unit passed been under
going lent treatment lot consumption,
and death has came u a merciful re
l ' ' tut suffering body. The late W
Stubbs cam- Irom Birmingham, Eng
land, whttt wt undetsund hu mother,
tuter and brothers reside. "Chaunei*."
u ht wu known around town, wat
liked by all with whom he came in
contici, hu kindly naturtand unassuming maimer making lor htm many
Irtettdi. Tht maul ttmaitu were
Itid in thtlr tost letting ptoct it Lansdowne cttittltiy on Wtdnesdiy morning. Service wat htld In S. George's
chutch by Rev F V. Venablea. previous to the tnttiment. it which t
number ol Iriendt wtrt present to pay
their lut teapeci! Mr. Murph'
ol the King Edward Hotel, did all thtl
was in hu power lor tht tick mm
Under his duectlMt i lent was secured
with the hope that the open air treatment would give him lentwel slrtnglh
tnd vigor, but It wis ill in vim. lor Iht
sick man got weaktr and wtaktr. nil
il 11 30 o'clock on Ttnsdiymsming ht
pissed iceaeelully iwiy
-.nhining  a ft*sm Spenct't
t Salman will pais right
solving Iheh Ihe In
Plain Gold Lcekei. .
twenty live cent pie- tubal
H've-r Canyon Ka-i lltd lhe Enderb»
E..DERH
rewarded
Addrec
Bttltnalat rurntohtd
I   cat'   A  Progress  Ollice or
Box 180, Armsirong
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.     ,-■» number ej| Montreal capital•
•   Madid by R J Ingtis, hive now
twenty men working on the property.
Mr. Mill"  ■ ranch at Mount
'• e   ■>:• a h liday allet Ihe
areiuiu. *.rii  I the past three years.
land tngage lot t Unit in tinning put-
AT MISS OARNETrS lulb
Furnished
Rooms - -
TO
LET
V/ITH or WITHOUT BOARD.
Special
Sat.
$1  June 16
CHIRT
° SALE
SI 50 Shlrl in Ihe
store can be bought (or
$100 cash on the  above
date.
Enderby Trading Company
THE STORE OK QUALITY THE PROGRESS, KNDERBY. B.C., JUNE 8, 1906
THE PROQRESS
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PROFESSIONAL
W. P. GOOCH
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ELSEWHERE
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Just Arrived:       Y0UTH ,1N0
v. ■ have still a lev. MEN SSUIT!
20 per cent d     u     ret
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PRIN ir.   BOOTS i
Call u d No trouble i.
GROC! needs tnd speclil
delivei n cj tots ol  lead)'paitotiic.   Why
one ol Ihem)
FRESH FRUITS alwayi on hand when ,
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UN GIVING ADVICE
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• Glanders.   Our stable has been thoroughly cleaned out and
disinfected, and Is as clean as the day it was built.
MATTHEWS & EVANS ENDERBY
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Bank of Montreal
i .petal, ell taM ua. 114,000,000. ant, $10,000.00
H.clacc,r Riollt. and Lou account.. »l."I.vnn
ItKAO  OFFICE.   MONTREAL
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A Ceneral Banking   tutineis transacted
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City    BarKcr   Shop
IS THE PLACE FOR
A NICE CLEAN
SMOOTH   . SHAVE
MOWAT <& BRINDLE
nil I  (LOCK. IVI Hla.   I. C
Real Estate, Insurance,
Mining and General Land Agents
PROMPT  AND CAREFUL
ATTENTION GIVEN TO
BUSINESS ENTRUSTED
TO   US
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Is best, lel us paus*?. le", us
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To supply the best of everything in our line, al a price ihnt an
honest profit sill allow Our line includes Stoves and Kitchen
Utensils. Carpenters' Tools and Builders' Hardware, Garden
Tools. Hose, etc. Paints. Oils and Varnishes, and everything
thai a hardware store should keep
ICE CREAM
afternoons ard partake of a <
K. P. Bradley - Kntleil.v
We are making ice cream   Pay
a vis)'. i'i our parlor these hot
l^ook
here ! (or
Cheap Lumber
What do you
Think of this?
• ihal ne of the
read ■
man . lyl the
:-.!-' irdi  ind Dimension Timber, fram $8 o SIO per M
Shiplap. SI 2 per M
i     -i.; L>'i",* Si .ling, •       from SIS per M up
i- jr information will be furnish? J cn inquiry at
■•• • respectfully s Hell a share of your patronage,
wl i h nil have our careful attention.
fit KAMLOOPS LUMBER CO  LTD
fmrnr. B C THE PROGRESS. ENDERBY, B.C., JUNE 8. 1906
JIM HILL AGAIN.
Fourteen thousand tons ol steel rails
Icr llie Midway and Vernon  Railway
has Just been ordered and COflllnuatl III
! C. n lm in 11 ,1 tin, i.iiliviey .    1   I'"
Mirled in a very short lime.
ll Is also reported at St. Paul that
James J. Hill, president ol the Greal
Northern Railway, has bought a con-
(rolling Interest In Ihe Midway & Vernon Railway, expecting lo use this as
a link In his new line between Kootenay
and the coast.
II both these reports and Ihe one
published awhile igo, that this railway
magnate has secured control ol Ihe S. k
0. *e true. Okanagan people are likely lo
set something doing In railway circles
belore many moons.
News From Near 9b Far
Post Ollice Insptclor Grtenlleld
states thai ihe amount ol money stolen
at the recent holdup amounted to
$15.75. What has become ol It is
still a mystery.
It Is reported thai two photographers
connected with the German Secret
Service hive been taking pictures ol
Vancouver tnd vicinity.
Thomai McCormack. founder ol the
McCormick Manufacturing company,
ol Chicago, died list week near Chicago. Ht was on hit way home (rom
Cillfcmli when ht wts liken suddenly
ill.
The Province lays that Irom a letter
received by Premier McBride. the
route which the G. T. P. intends to
loltow through Nonhem British Col'
umbli It easily followed. The lore-
catted route It along tht old telegraph
lint Irom Cariboo to Hiileton.
Owing to a heavy rain ttottn on tht
pialrlta and a wash-tut at Maple Creek,
trains Irom the eut wtrt impended
lor two dayt, the Dm train nn:i the
waah-oui getting through on Monday.
Right Rev. William C. Bompai. lot
lorty ytara prior to lut November
blthop ol lha dlocett ol Seltirk. died
on Saturday night at hit home at Can
bouCnwIng, agtdaavtniy-eighi He
wat III only a Itw moments, death resulting Irom heart dueait. He hid
labored among the Indians cl Yukon
lor forty-three years.
Sidney. N. S, W.. June 11. Richard John Seddan. Pnme Minuter ol
New Zealand, died Irom heait latkire
yesterday evening iboird tht steamer
Owttrey Grange, on which he had em-
bilked to return io New Zealand. Tht
Owttrey Grange put back into Sydney,
Mr. Seddon wu iiMy-ooa ytat* old
Advictt Irom Red Lodge. Montana,
say that the coal mines ol the Northern
Pacific Railway company art on lire
and that many miners hive beta over-
come by poUonoui gaits and many
hive perished.
A heavy wind norm, accompanied
by wind and lightning, pitted over
western Ontario on Saturday alttmoon.
So lar u can bt learned thtrewtre no
laulittea. Trets were uprooled. buildings unrooted tnd window* brtktn.
The telegraph service wat demotalued
lor a tlmt.
L Doran and Mn Doran. ol Sict
mow. wtrt vitittng in town ytattrday.
Mr. Doran up nil lui October wu
conductor on the kcal branch ot the
C.P.R., when he had to retire Irom the
petition on account ol tlbiett. How.
ever, he It now mikh improved in
health tnd it it probable he »
his dutiea tome tune this summer.
Okanagan.
The deeiskn in lhe
cast cl Williams tt. Morns Ir IW
has at lasl bttn handed down by tht
trill   judge.   Chief   Justice   Hunter
Judgement wa: |tVM      Dl
I- r 3 1 ar.d coats     It 1
tred that at the tail issue here. Dr
Morris sued Dr. William,  lor 15.000
l»r. gelling juil(t»itier.l It  3;0
It,   Dr. Wfflla
< : : • '•' -   ' • 19 000 lor
n has jitel; ■    M
pven  in the  latter case  as above
tilted.
Desire Brolhier Is In Seattle ami he
delles lite provincial authorities lo
bring him back lo Vancouver, A
warrant lor Ills arrest has been Issued.
Orangemen throughout the district
are looking forward Willi a greal amount
ol pleasurable anticipation lo llle 12th
ol July celebration now being arranged
lor al Salmon Arm. The annual interior celebration will be held ihere.
and a good programme ol amusements
Is being prepared lot Ihe many visitors
who will be present from Kelowna.
Vernon, Armstrong Endeiby. Revel
i lie- Kami , tnd Ihti nearby
points.
A despatch Irom Toronto says that
W. P. Tierney k Co,, railroad contractors ol Nelson, B. C. have been
awarded the contract lor the extension
ol Ihe Kettle Valley railroad Irom
Grand Forks up lhe Norlh lork ol Kettle river lor t distance ol fifty mllea to
the McKlnley mine. Tht entire contract price including lhe laying cl lhe
steel will represent ibout SI,300.000.
Tht work ol grading will commence
Immediately. Several railway grading
outfits now in Greenwood will be moved
to Grand Forks tnd ihe work pushed
ts lut u men ind money possibly can.
Grand Forks citliens are (ubilint over
this good newt.
T. W, Fletcher, ol Armsirong. wis
In town yesterday. Mr. ind Mrt,
Fletcher and children will leave Arm.
itong on the 13th Inst, lor a visit to
tht tail, going first to Vancouver, then
to Calllomia and Irom there by out ol
Ihe American raids tail Mr, Fletcher
his been t resident ol the valley Ur
twtnty yean, and thlnkt it about time
ht wu hiving t hslldiy. He eapecti
ito bt absent eight months, and on his
return to the Oktiugan will make
Vtmon hit permanent home, building
a lint house near D. R. Young's residence, • Okanigan
W. L Piatt, minuter o! lhe List
Chinee Mining Company, SutdM, M.
J. Karnaugh of the Sloan Sur Mine.
also ol tha tame plice, left lor home
thlt afternoon, titer teveral days' vuit
to Vernon, the object ot which wu lo
inweet th« gild-copper proposition on
Okanagan Lake about twelve miles
Irom town and owned by Mean, Blmlt
and Hamilton. So iiitsreued were
Tht well known mining enpertt with tht
properly mentioned thit thty have
bended ume lor S20.003. tnd will very
shortly Mart In development wort
large Kale. Mr. Kavimugh leave* al
once lor New York in connection with
ihe deal. Betides the live dainuol
Mtura, Blmle and Hamilton.bonded"
lour mote hive beta secured Irom
individual partlet. ThltlorenoonMct.
tn. Pratt and Karnaugh visited the
Btilith Empire Gold Mines lour milts
Irom here. They speak in the highest
lentil ot tht appearand ol the mint
tnd the richness ot the ore, considering
Iht mine hu a kg future. Tht ore
that it |u>i now being broken into, on
tht Sirah ledge, wu an eye-opener to
Ihem. ll it pleasing lo note they think
the management bvD \. Young, el
Ihe mint, at ahnrn by the work done.
hat bttn wist and altogether |vattliablt.
Okanagan
Auction Sale.
Hivuit- receive! lr.ttivi-t.tM t.»m Smelt
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nml iislics esonpa when yuu t-luiko
down ilu- firo.
Thin hontcr is tn pnsilv regulated n-.ul operator.,
ami sh clean, ilmt il makes Iho t-ntirt- hoiiFohold
liri'-lit and genial.
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I/INININ,   TORONTO,    tlOSTRBAI     IVtSNIPBO,    V_SOOUVRR,
ST.   J..1IS.    I \;.",l ,.■:..
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
tin i tiou'is „iil  fttd Koutti
VANCOUVER B.   C.
BEE SUPPLIES
Bedding Out Plants
NOW READY   Celery. Cabbage,
I  war     Kxira nice I.I cl (ruil
tret    ' 'iiiiiR on Icr tail delivery.    No
'  iiimlgating, Inspection,
tier customs lo pay on
Home Crown Stock
We have the goods.   Get your orders
in early to secure prompt delivery.
French, Holland and Japan bulbs
wtll be ready Icr September shipments
Catalogues Iree.
M. J. HENRY.
1010 Wnimliiai.i Hoid    Vancouver
B.C.
eo v.»ne'
expiniertci
j To Our Subscribers
and lhe Reading Pubic of the
Northern Okanagan Valley . .
The puhlchcrs ol The Progress announce
lhat commenc-lne. with ths Issue c! May 18. which
was lhe first number ol Volume 3, lhe subscription
price has been
REDUCED TO
$1.50
a year, payable strictly in advance. All back
subscriptions must be paid lor al Ihe old rate cl
$2 00 a year. Do not forget lhat a yearly subscription Ic lhe Eiiderby Progress now costs I 50
KSiiP IN TOUCH WITH THE HAPPENINGS
OF YOUR DISTRICT, the lown in which you do
your trading, and lhe Okanagan Valley. To do
this you should read the local paper. That paper Is
The   Enderby   Progress
which Is rapidly bcc.nung. and vill be. thr i*ai*er
HERN eKANAGAN.
MAY WE HAVE THE PLBASURB
il von ate not «lrc«Jy t nMeflMI
OF  ENROLLING  YOUR  NAME ON OUR
FAST CROWING LIST
I
mif ■—a-m I 1,—tii
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DlttQNS
CotMrniftMit 4c
A tit  if ta n 11  ( _ ei. i  ' •' t .1. #. i ■ " tt iat
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H'-l U—  "Utt iitiii| f. I «-titiii,*i»'ela.
ft .     • '.»• ■   i.i...  Muleii A I e>  le.lt
H* Ml'- U.t. ■   '    »t t' ••."   In !>•
Scientific Jlmerkan.
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tt til  I. e t _«t •.■^■-Mpe' S.-tU.tX,    le"  •  |t •
I.  '    f.-tar tt.    tla«.ll-  r..i4lf».i t-»-i'«-. .It
MUNN C Co •«--— NewTork
tva-ei.cclaM.atrn.wm.cc«e ■ tt.c.
Synotatlt of
< .-ciatlat. Horn. at.at Rasedat lean.
Rail, iv Ball     IU
bt homtawtclrj by any paneri -ho it the
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rttrt   '  cet I, trttaaltttt clc-t.t ^wattar
K.-tieti leC ana cr lt».
Entry mutt ta mtdt Mretmalty at lite
i lor lha    tnd tn which tin
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".ll Ihtlllhtt
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- aa ta tnicltlict
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Sit nittitha' utile, tie wntllij thouid t.
riven to lh. tttt C
Lamb al Otuwa I	
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For Sal<
Fartnitita lar: til     ill fur-
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e Iv to
Get the Credit
' r"aK'iiK G jd Butler and hav.;
Halcyon
Hot Spring] Sanitarium
Noii' ui»dcr IIm     -  •»■       •   '
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Halcyon Hot Springs
A.iow I alee,, a. C.
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Auctioneer.
Printed Butter Paper
... i      nihil Ollice.
Si * ial Cuts and Inks
Don't Send
.ft t^RINTIliO
Out of Town fUE PROGRESS. ENDERBY. B.C., JUNE 6. 1906
Warm Weather Goods
'.•"   >■ raps, Screen \
■■   ■ get .'■..:        ..' . Bui      mii        i the thing lor the
laj      '.             , mj mile                            «iil go
ulo youi
k»c We-io Plumbing. Furn.i    H  tting and Roofing    Y  i run
no risk    OUR WOKK CUARANll-..-.
ung
■ ihi
■aw
: a r-. idenee and turn lor J.
I< K Burn:..   I Arinsti ng. accom-
A.I-'ULTON'S  ?,"'   '
Are vou intending to sell
this Year
7
IF SO-
List
Your     Town
and Farm
Proper!)
with
H. P. LEE
; by Mrs. Burin and little daugh-
lei   : e   ■ : ihi ugh    n Saturday ju
r way I    Iht coail    Mr. Burns
.'■illlw  Pharmaceutical con-
while there.
J. Johnson, ul Saint >n Arm was In
town on Saturday    Mr. Johnson re-
id a large number
ol Aylmei pti        n I ..ays lhal each
is given Ihe gr« ,'esl satisfaction.
'.!>     ."   e St John, N B„ passed
Ihrou) iturday on his way home.
Mr. Carr hat. been making a tour ol
inspection ol the whole ol western
Hide In his illn-
Iht lint ii- Okanagan Valley, il
only lo villi        mem a-iqualniances
in Messr,.   J  and ft  Mowat, ol tht
Rothesay   Lumber   Ce,    Mr.   Carr'
expressed himseli as being very Iavor-
■ ith the* appeaaranceofj
■•while valley,
nd e -       .i climate.   He^
- • a great future
as a (nut producing country
itg cur almost unllinilvd mar-
a,-'''!','. ■
lhe Union Restaurant
CUFF   STREET,    ENDERBY
WEEKLY  riCKETS. $5.00.      BY THE MON I'll. $20.
BAKERY
In connect!.)'! with the Keslauiani a llrsl class Baku, ll ta
labltshid Irom winch can always be obtalntd Iht  It
the oven.   Always Iresh.
A n.ce  Itm   ol   Conleclionery is earned in slock     Frtth
liiul in season.   Don't bake bread when busy. IKY OURS.
e —        %
Everything Strictly
First class
J. McQUEEN. Proprietor. Enderby.
Harness-maker and Repairer. Trunks,
Valises,   Etc.
J. W. EVANS, ENDERBY
<r
Aylmer SSS Force Pump
^
1
ihe Mtra rua
mplatntng
-ut made
TOWN 9b DISTRICT
. NOTES.
I
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it - '.' ■• . ■
idgal lira l
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p , i
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tr.U tuiat in the
A Paul and
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ravt    - •.
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readers I
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.
•way he
i spoke al a meeling
• ung an
lOkanagsn bunch A ihe Ann
[oils tr.    •
Thi ladle, i!  S     ■
I that they will hald an ICe
•
,- il
tl mil aha     |
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; that this
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will be 21
1 cl
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A •: .i .■!,.:,■ '■ ' •*' ; .1
Salmon Arm on Tuesday lau week.
when D. M intel. an employee   I the
llle
. wat engaged in making a
Irul trip ot a boat which he had con-1
situated,   when   ll  overturned   ind.
the like    He
•n alter the bait Capitted and j
hava been ma I
body has net yet bttn tectvertd,
W   tluppel, »c«!ii|ani«d by Mrt j
I iaci^hiee. atrtved in Eltde,i
- day tu make a run is hi.
'.like Huwel. oi Mabtl Like
Mr, Hupoel it an terabit el •
putt, and  hu lately perlarmed Utj
■ the Sound cities and in]
t,-i     !'
San Ki siicuca duatttr. Mr, Huppet |
'Ulilltng an engagement in
I -it cily, and on account al It I
ut cl engagement lar a ihott;
II hat   been  iugt;
that Mr. Huppel give a petU.usnce in J
Cherah   Nm...,
SO' Ct'Ulti>
:■
Matins, Heir Commusu n -
mon it a tn
rutty   r.teiiaeaaj, , oj p...  van
practice ai 8
VetaNea. -
St Anbhbw's C>
Will p t-i>t> eleieitili tht aitiauni el want »nh -n« Sail the dj*«i
ei any ithet, its .rajmy It; No, 2,1000. Ne. 3. ISM No. I.
2300 gill, pn hoar,
II jraa wtnt tht best Mi-eenttity, up <n daw pump in the
■■• I it in the AYLMER   Give ll i trial iintvtt
anil .-aitvitiet yeu el tta tcitcitottiy it yta will
ally cue il a ctiinet.  We wain let aa, tutitter If yeu eider
•at t'-r» yte ran teat it battle pavir,< iat It.   tt net
imnit.   Wt hive
; jeiai. lar years anJ taevtt rail a pump Mine
J. Johnson ^L'ttBc
 AGENT —	
Moffet's Best
HONEST FLOUR
Wt do not i - any bleaching • make
our Flour while.    When ordering INSISI    n
gelling our flour.
1Ee Columbia Flouring Milla Co., Ltd., Endkhhy
A LARGE
STOCK OF
BRICKS
NOW ON
HAND
The best clav tn the Valley   Well burial bttckt tl ttatottablt pttcet
T5e Enderby Brick At*. Tile Co.        E-iukhhy. B C
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a,  Il  V
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A 1*- •, dilution
means .1 healthy mind
and good   wit—end
rl   meutis ad
r iiav-
nlon
one m 1
meal '.hat
it the new
/•
Iresh. Itendei
Geo. K. Sharpe
Dominion Day
1906
Armstrong's   15th  Annual   Celebration,
July 2, 1906
The Citizens of Armstrong cordially invite your presence
1.1th ihem on the above date, and promise an interesting
Program ol
LACROSSE.      BASEBALL      FOOTBALL
FIREMENS SPORTS, and  ATHLETIC ENENTS
HI   CHILbNGN
GOOD   PRIZES
C:m»   ns. OOfflfl all    Nothing  *lll be loo good lor our
1ft day we have Celebrated for Fifteen
Yews 	
" IAN. Secretary

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