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THE
Voi.umk 2.   Number 2-1.
ENDERBY, B. C, OCTOBER 25, 1905.
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Quality
is
nng
ibi
Bi
Everythi
Comfortable
That's just it!
The place to obtain the necessary articles to make you
so Is at Harvey's,
Blankets, Quilts,  Comforters,
Warm Clothing
for men, women and children.
Heating and Cooking Stoves
In (act. everything to make you comfortable during lhe winter at very low prices
for cash.   We need the money.
ULATE   PERSONAL   ITEMS.
Mrs. R. Main ol Knsb Hill spell!
Tuesday visiting in town.
ft. Jones made a return trip lo Pen-
llelon last week.
The season lor cock pheasanl
Ing opened on October 15.
Win. Elson returned on Wednesday
Irom a business trip lo Vernon.
A meeting to organlje a gun club
will be held In parlor ol llie King Edward Hotel this evening I Wednesday).
sale ol
Ihe properly oi lhe Steele estate, sev-1 i
trail ring bar)
* ami F. Shields v<
e  angers on Wednesday's train g.
north.
r irl
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Important Announcement,
Soveril   communications   having
been n ,d, we must aik     Very a   .i      I ■    rhe u-a is i
hn A news items or good one. but lei ui si
.. Unit names, though Wilh very little rofleCtlon we In
! all ol the business   men   ot this
a   K   Hale concluded a deal lasl place are not Imbued with lhal .- - -
ii W. F. Moore, lile ol "W ******* ** *****>* <*>* P»«'<tl
Dawson, becomes the owner ol J. II. our lown which you would lead us lo
Mr. K. Burnel relumed on Monday c,M|Mr, ilne „„_, 0, _,}. icrM oll believe ihey possess.
ii -■ The publishers beg t   an
hat tl    next Issue of
rwlll appear on Friday
...    ifternooi    November 3, and
n thai Frld :er be
ihe i'. ilar | da)
from a suivey trip ar.und Shuswap ,l
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rand btlween Enderby md Arm-
im: M     !■:.•■    ' V.
visiting in town, the guen
i ara. .at-.m*txsca <
The Aberdeen ran on lo a sandbar
on Friday lasl. and In ntH'iipting lo
,vi '. i-i >.,. one i hit engines
The Hedley Ciielte says lint one
diy last week 11 was S degrees below
aeio up it the Nickel Plate mini.
ll certiln business blocks
have keen built in this lown by
the contracts being let by tender (and
I presume lo thelowe   l
who wen twt > Knderby,
and who also bruttglil theli
skilled   ind otherwue, with them,
.! ! ,'  i;e .■ .!■   I .
lu the business mot
Rev. Or. Day. Irom Macedonia was their money lor  the performance ol
In the clly on Friday list seeking certain pieces ci work, but ihey to whom
.cell     •     •       ■
Saturday Irom lhe coast to make a
■ Mia. Saunders' parents. Mr, an I Mr,.. F H. Hale, belore
leaving lo visit friends In Alberta on
their way hisme lo Chestnut, Montana,
H. W. HARVEY,
Ceneral Merchant
1M.1K1IV.   BC
e%a
A lm."" -,' i. ..'    I        ■     "i "
direction ol W. A Witsui. i
Thea. A. Win:    .
Iruin November 3 to November 7. and
which is held under tin c.
the Farmers' Ittslitule,
Kev. J. ft, Bswell, who wis inntu'i
ced to preach hut Sundiy In lhe Me.
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Look
liere! for
been ' e iwlul masia> linen ol "our lewre
crea by the Turin, There ire between ployed to do iht work.
000 Ind 400   '■       ■ '   ' a-.Je'e-        thti, «1 cw-,
ranging Irom ihree lo seventeen years new oi whld -
-. ' ra:
i. :i . :
service.   Those desiring a
seivice are M^uued to ply her j a
■-age iJ50> and provide her with ini beal advantage, pa ihti
thodlal church, waa. owing lo "tne^etohj^iorUwiyMra. such itr- equally is w*i It
ittUunderstatidim!.iiinouncedtapreich ,iu<a*m,Mmou*mHmtmta\m   ia itmittip, his mom
- Salmon Arm. at which plai-e , hj p,,^ „. ehlMw) ht ^p* l
J  111 will preach hete Sundiy _,„, ^ |h, .-fc^
The EttiuoaKuni. Endeiby, B.C. MAK A   NO't'LS '***"■ '
a newsy weekly Irani thi Okinagan sa
Valley, with an eatttitiily n*$il lypo-     Rev  A- N   MMtr, paster il Ihe iWM than * nltactw; .
graphical appearance, li ntw on tin Enderby Meth»d„t ChwO
Liberal etching* lui       Mmilshi s«ivic« her* on Monday evening t»'
Weekly Liberal, Portage li 1 • j    Mra F. Jeehnan whs has had cha v   I
Mr. and Mm. Bills Ml on Ti '•*»" t"tf*>t S
lui lor Kelowni. where ihey w.|| . rear, hit resigned her potman   •   •
Mr. Bills. 141< health
who wai shopman InO. ft. ShiipeV    M,_, mrf _, Nietl. of Vancouver, m   "_*J_U.'11
fr<r Any other InlormaUon will be furnished on Inquiry at butcher shop, will ofkii , i here on Finny .
our ollice.   We respectfully solicit a share of your patronage, in ihu line m Kotaroi in prtMnh   ,„. „_,-« ^ ,„, mn ^Oattf
I I _, mlsundem
eap Lumber _■_£
neai.
What do you
Think of this?
Bi, Tceeelvr   Dial
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In the passing Into the
Imnb.-r
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mt of I.OOO.-
000,000 feet ol Hindu
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Alice.i i. Dyaamili a Baiel.
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lh*  Easterii   .
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jusogh the man-
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Dry Be: rd i and Dimension Timber, from $8 to $10 per M.
Shlplap,       - -      - $12 per M.
Flooring, C.'lllng, Siding,       -       •       from $15 per M. up mak* their lui
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which will have our careful attention.
lh KAMLOOPS LUMBER CO.
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LTD
Among
Dr. W. F. FRASER.
DENTIST
tf   Arm*lte0Hea.
Will be In Enderby. on
Monday.   Oct.   23.
Al Ihe King Edward Hotel, for one week.
with hu brother
J. Wilton, who hid hu leg broken ,„»; W(K
while stump pulling en C. BtD'i phce iimM dti
at Mara, list Filthy week. ll btfCs.
th- Tiutma i
....man   "
I ihi Cohanbn i
Kauli. uni Fi-d Bai
gramophone Lumber!;. .
lull inch. 19.00 per M while
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at the Steele ranch
'hing for lhe -
Ing wttiler eveiilngi.  Apply Ihu etlle*.    Apply to W A. Dotean, Ende^t
Deer Park, CMH« T,
ho».li' Hll
Have Ca|a 10 pure bred Tarn- characirn nr*
progressing lavonbly.   He wu bken ^ j.
lo Mr. Folklid'l haute, whei« he
_.        Fr«d Dm sh»l and <
teceiving the besl attention Irtim Mr
Folurd Md her daughter.
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A party eomsoMd ol A. E. Hll*. t>
Nairn. P. Mutptty and W. F. Moote
went down lhe riverbr beat uiqueit't     M*
duck, on Saturday morning   Thea.
turned cn Tuesday, bunging home II
teen btnh. Indttding I goose.   Mud <************■■ wm**«
lake was lhe point res ' .
good sport was obtained. Ihe weairV-i
wu vety unphaiani.
HiraM Nelson and C t<j any playH
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audience on Twtilsy eventttg oi las'
week in ihe tewn hall.   Th* tear lhal
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vety <|uiedkly dupelted with lh* cpenifi
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evening's entetnirrmeni.      AR th>
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PROVINCIAL
s    ■    ■   !   .. am Kelle.l
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Islered slock
boars, fit for service.   Three or four
good milch cows, fresh In milk.
Snap
WALTER E. TRUESDALE.
Notary Pell,.
Real EMU tnJ   ln.ccrar.ee
A 20 Payment Life Policy
EnJetliy. B C
, ii Real
S Estate.
i ■ tarty,
t mil'   •
Ihei '..11.000
• bi.  i(
• Ml lad, N t 120 c»ch. lh*
IttO cash
•    1(25 each
worth snws In pig.
Irom imported reg- puiaiion.
urlingdubhai be-
e the cortiiri! winter.    At lh'
meelirg held <    " . M in ft
Pymin"
president, 11 V/. Harney at.
idenl. and 1). Halm a; I I
surer.   A rm imillee *a
iinjuiie  Inla  the  members! .
- r,atty arc desirins, ol pUyirsjf
A! Ih-e cbse ol lhe metiirg Mr  A K
aid lhal l» had i'
•. saying
J try th*
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Keachrl a    li
in whk
.   ai
i lack o'
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lire ia I t,-i'1   Mill
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Mmkli,* M.ll» F.m*t A,itsm.ni
Confederaticn Life Assn.
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12/ -i   ; is'.: ■•;   v .  a
Policy for $1,515
Paid   ur
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Me',
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EDENOGRAPH hal Citv Fathers
(real, „ ,.!: ,     , ,
.ai >   PRET." Pureliiw o)   Nuiianoo Ground   A, md Saving!
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R  Price Kelt Contract
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Proposed Plain.
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OVERCOATS
Fall   and Warm
Winter Clothing
Bargain   Price
A few Splen ll ■     >al Bargain
Counter
Everything In the Grocery lln i • •
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J. C. Metcalfe     Enderby
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PETER   BURNE1
Ht_»aJ
Bank of Montreal
Capital, ell pa'A up. f 14.1100.000. &•"•!.. UO.COO.OCO
I'.al-cii.- I'.i.lll. one! ll», .i,.i.e--.l.  S '.." '.".'il
lit All  OFFICE.   MON IKE A!.
A G^'wal unking b usiness transacted
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Department.
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OKANACAN      DISTRICT
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COUGH &
COLD REMFaDlKS
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Get them at the Armstrong Phai n Pure,
C. 0. F. No  1058    Dispensing done by a competent chemist in Armsirong
ail    We have the best appointed druj Ihe Valley.
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R. R. Burns,
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Masonic buildinrj
wiiii' Tcilet Luxuries
Knights of Pythias
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L 0. L. No. 440
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Thr Cnatrtt CoW-Cot-prr Dterovny ol thr ,»-,. it Pa    .C
D1C FOUR CONSOLIDATED COLD MINES,Ltd.
V\L   ONE MON 'ENTS PER SIIAKK
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•    City of Enderby   f"
J** NOTICE
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NEEDED
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U   ii Telegraphy
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lA/p have now in
" v Stock a line
of Specials
in VISITING CARDS
TO MEET THE POPULAR DEMAND
Call and see samples and get prices.
Theb it of attention and workman
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DEPARTMENT =-
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HE EDENOGRAPH, ENDERBY, B.C., OCTOBER 25, 1905
A. FULTON
TINSMITH & PLUMBER
Enderby   -   B. C.
Stove pipes and all kinds ol furnace fittings.
Butli tubs and sinks.
All kinds of repair work promptly done.
<{*■
ring ar-' ic ic* ,:..(,, va have on our
Enderby Land List
27   5.'       i ."ii miles irom Enderby.     250 acres
II a   Hull ash.   Extra good house and barns.
: on river near coal mine.   $20,000
17 157 acres, .1 1-2 miles Irom Endarby. 36 acres
- cultivation. Good house, stable and other bu'Uuijp. all
nd workable.   $4,700.   One-third cash.
Iii 160 acres 8 mllea Irom Enderby, 12 acres unler
cultivation. 3-5 mile ol lenca. frame house aud barns, walir-
ed by creek,   S3.OC0.   Part cash
16 One hundred and lorty-nlne acres, tvelva miles (rom
Enderby, eighty acres cleared, located on river, fair buildings.
slock and machinery gees wilh place. Price, $4,700; half
cash,
lut- ycu   |~1,    f,    ______
"""*''•       A. E. HALE. Eneliiby Him. Al.nl.        If
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Take a Look
AT OUR  TOOLS
We have a very complete line and  our pilces  will
suit you.      Come In and see.
The  HARDWARE   STORE
R. P. B.
adley
- Enderby
—nam.a»r u
»r ,.. ■t^-a.A—j»
THE "ANDERSON "
SSft FORCE PUMP
hill the power ol any ether. ind lum to any thit
l little child can operate il II Weil Is DM too deep
lu capacity is: No, 2,1000: No. 3. iSOO. No.
4.2000 gilt, (nr hour.
II yen want lha tetai lartniieihetntuni v " dan pump
>■>■.-        ' ei in The ANDE ..Sit).  Cite
linen ■■ '.stytm
cl lu tyreHitriiy ll yr-a *ail «ri.y eSlve II 1 cum,  We
melts*>i> lut"' - i-nesllheiei'.-
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imaln Ihere.
Henry Brain
H  A  N   A  0  8  K
VERNON.  BC.
YOU Aa.1. KNOW MM.
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r^NoteTH Enderby Flour
 . ii Never send out of town (or what is made as good as
=—4
Growers are invited lo contribute to this column.
The methods, observations and experiments of ranchers
who have resided In the Okanagan valley for a length of
time—whether it be oi fruit, grain, vegetables or dairying
—will prove of utmost value lo lluse xho are newly settled here, and to any who are contemplating coming to
this valley.   Such contribution:; are cordially welcome.
THE STORING OP ROOTS
As severe weaiher approaches the vegetable grower
must attend to the harvesting and storing of his root crops
Light (rosts do not damage them much, especially If there
is a covering of heavy foliage, bui If sufilclent trost comes
lo freeze thc ground, there Is danger ol injuring their
keeping qualities. Parsnips .'.ill stand more frost than
beets or carrots. The harvesting of these crops entails
considerable work. Different means can be adopted to
lessen this labor. Special care must be taken not to Injure the crown ol the beet. Th; bast plan Is to twist the
tops off. If a knife Is used, many of the roots are liable
lo be cut and rot soon sets In. With carrots and parsnips
It mailers little whether the roots are cut or not so far as
affecting the keeping quality Is concerned. When labor
is scarce many growers take the tops off with a sharp
hoe and then plow out the roots. A better plan is to plow
along Ihe row as closely as possible, and then pull the
roots and cut the tops off wiih a large knife.
Most growers leave part of the parsnip crop in the
ground over winter. The objection to this method Is that
they cannot be dug before the frost Is out in the spring,
and by that time there is a m.'agre demand.
Where large quantities are grown the storing Is usually done In pits. He.7 nusi be kept cool. If put ln a
cellar where the air Is dry the roots will and become
corky unless they are covered with earth or sand. Most
growers recommend leaving ihem ouuile In pits with
scanty covering until severe weaiher sets In. A temperature near the freezing point suits best.
One grower said lo the Canadian Horticulturist that
he generally leaves about one-third ol his paisnips tn the
ground over winter. These can be dug in the spring as
toon as they begin to sprout. I put them In a pit and put
enough earth over them to keep them dark. If thc light
gets at them ihey tum yellow and become of poor quality
" Frost will not hurt parsnips, and as there Is not
room enough In the cellar I leave them outside In pits.
Only a light covering ol earth is necessary. I leave an
opening at each end of the pit to carry off the moisture
due to evaporation. They keep well In cellars it covered
with sand.   A good plan is to barrel them in sand.
"Carrots and beets will stand considerable frost
when In the ground, but none alter Ihey are pulled. Cellar sttrage, lhe same as for parsnips, suits them.
" I store beets, carrots and parsnips in an ordinary
cellar," remarked Mr. Chas, Plunnett, Woodbrldge. The
addition of a little sand around them keeps them as fresh
as il they were in lhe ground,',
THR STORAGE OP CABBAGES
Cabbages are always found by farmers to be a pro
(liable crop. There Is always a good sale during ihe
summer tor the earlier varieties and in lute fall lor later
varieties, but the large growers have to winter over considerable quantities In order to have a supply lor fi.llng
orders during lhe winter months. Every grower should
aim at gelling rid ol the more mature heads or those
which are nearly ready io burst, in the fall, as they do not
keep as .veil as those lhat are leas mature
Many experienced gardeners claim that a fc x degrees
ol Irosl does nol injure the kf ?ping quality ol cabbage, but
It does them no good and severe freezing is very injuri
ous. Most growers ai«n to have them stored belore the
(rost comes. II stored when In good condition good keep-
in. van dies can be held over until spring
Many methods ot storage have been tested. The
prime requisite is that thjy be kept cold ani moist.
Warmth and dampness are sure to cause rot in a short
ume. Front does little damig: provided Ihey are allowed
to thaw out before bsln .     ral method
adopted by large growers is lo put them in trend,
cover them wnh eight or ten inch ...   .
mulch 10 prevent hard Others recommend put
ting them directly Into a cool cellar ani storing in bins
three or lour feet wide ree circulation ot air is
allow mall growers wh  wish to keep a let   rer
winter ft rh me use thc be:.', pwi -   •
sand or to heel ll *!i Ihi
outside leaves should be re 'int,
ll is not the rule lo pu m ■
lore November IS,   They should b: pulled and left •   I
,fd for a week or cut to drain
out.   I! water remains in th' levelopa
An jitter grower says
cause they keep much bet". ire loo in ich
room in a cellar, so I; : before
into long oil     Large onts «'i l>« Ui two deep, while
smaller ones will keep well ll ihree layers are .
They are put on the s-jr. imed in
jusl enough lhe   abb.,,
.
i with clay I ll
put 11 I ;.,;,. re covei      I
wani Ihem .15 hard as Ii   •   ill tree^e them,
ll ihem   An
air 1 nd so thai there is n    . .
;i.eir healing.   In the fall 11
lar; - .- ■      •   ;
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ith
be
Never send out of town (or what Is made as good as
lhe best In town.    In supporting home industries you
are supporting yourself and others who make Ihe town
These are our brands:
Moffet's Beft, Hungarian, Premier, Three Star,
DRif-T-D Snow, Auina, Sis :• 1 Baker's or XX,
Wheat Sheaf, Super ine, fj   ham, Wh le Wheat
Patronize 1Eb Home Mill
T&e Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd.
Enderby.
Harness-maker urui Repairer, Trunks.
Valises,   Etc.
J. W. EVANS,
ENDERBY
FRUIT TREES
My Spring-delivery orders are all In.   When)
preparing for Fall-delivery trees, write me.   I 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
BRICKS
liKlCKS
Bricl
is
: ■ ' •:.'
BRICKS
The best clay In the Valley.   Well burnt bricks at reasonable
prices.   Large or small quan'.n
THe Enderby t -id. ®> Tile Co.
FashionableTurn-outs
We are now in our new Stables where everything Is spick-and-
span. Rigs and Saddle Horses always at your emmand.
Stalls and feed ready for your hoi: Cliff St
MATTHEWS & EVANS ENDERBY
•'-•:•.•::;..  ;-:•;•;,' -■:;.•:•:;   -• -v.-   ;•.?•&;_
Help us to
Auverlisc
ENDERBY
Do you want your district to be well
advertised t
Do you wan: II kn xn as a district with a
progressive community at thc back 0! it. fully
alive and anxious to exploit It's many in
dustrics?
It so, backup your local paper, 1; will
serve your Interests all the lime and not
with an occasional paragraph wedged In a
mong Ihe all important, sensational city news.
11 ir many I . ir friends would llki
hear ot the country you are developing ?
All of them, lor .  1 ll	
■
ll   rmatlon —      .,: have been
Call up ami give us lhe adcln -
nn UORTMHO at WukK.
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< ■        ' lllUf." I'HE EDENOCRAPH. ENDERBY, B.C., OCTOBER 25, 1905
.. «££.*_«;*. ncj_iv.iKiu«
■ _Kaw_i_a__i!Ci.eea •'• •"-
ALL STYLES
Shoe Pack
ALL PRICES
Doings in Enderby
i
ra-     Mi
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ia_s>a_i%^fe
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Get rid
of Smut'
On your wheat
We have I        • I    Fin  I estone li
I .
40 per cenl. strong.
L
Enderby   .Trading Company
r
a_-_BK'- -au -. .cuimitc. i rnr.,-7-wi«taaL»-araxi.it-^ aaS
Those will iId the work & do il effectually I
S
cissors
| ireadknives
■
•  •  up on Sunday, and is ai ''
D. NAIRN y CO..
'  . ATES
SUNDAY   HOURS:   lit,*p.m
>       ••   ' ithwlth-i —
■ • . ■ . ulroi
titutlon
Cutlery, Etc
Ground
At dv
H.N.HendricksonJGw. R. Sharpe
Hale—       |t,Ni:s mos'
r the i
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f shop
.'yon
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ill. I
■ IS.   Full
MOWAT (% BRINDLE
ULU. BLOCK. KNDtRBY, D. C.
Real '•* • • le, Insurance,
Milling and General Und Agents
PROMPT  AND CAREFUL       ^
ATTENTION  GIVEN  TO
BUSINESS  ENTRUSTED
:     US
Iror Sale!
nr.a
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Ptri'Vlion
and Superiority
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Halcyon Hot Springs
B   C
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3 Mcthodi tCluitcl
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anting
F. PYMAN
'   Wiumiu .. •_» Rtftkvt
wt« hat* BEGS TO ANNOUNCE
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TiTc Union Restaurant
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and that b? Is tspen  '   **
11     5
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21    K
■ but
; ■ i.'ti!er
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Iln- 11-.••...'...,.' ii. Perfection
in alignment, beauty ol work.
i. impression, change if
type, touch, speed, manifolding,
*y. portability.
i ..per feed and
. ■   11   Hi
all other I
In every other special
A Hammond must be
be appreciated.   It is
I»My ahead of any other
.■er made. ....
TMt  HAMMOND  TYPtWHirilt
COMPANY
Toronto. 4S Mttattr Stint Katt
Mea.ll.al,   lea it   l*ma». .'j'.      !
Don't Send
■•'
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
* B C
B. C. Crown Stock of Fruit
and Ornamental Trees
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OuL Of Town JOIO Wmmtmi-- Koat   VaMWVtr
B.C
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Read our Ads.
There ma.
Ml anything
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• anaijan that
in the way   ' n »l u ions for horn- Ild
niiiins a'-   . ,'hand
No cold sultry days.

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