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Array S    NOVO. 10
xne    End
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flWt/   NORTHERN   OKANAGAN   HERALD
Wilh Which is Incorporated THE EDENOGRAPH
VOI.UMI
NuMitiiK 25.
ENDERBY. B. C. NOVEMBl'K 3. 1905.
;       E. $2 A YEAF
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Quality  is  Everything
i  Ir iinr         i—■ mi • tamtm
Be Comfortable
1 hat'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 fact, everything lo make you comfortable during the winter at very low prices
for cash.   We need the money.
vlct in ih.En.l-h church   IkC    \jljL AlV   JdO   vV \D
Le,
The sorv
will beal 7.30 p.m.. ml 11 a.m.
The first election In lhe new Prov   To lhe Wiiha if In. People,   Will Iv Absolut! Monarch no
luce ol Alberta will bo I D< Wide to be Premier,     Will   Formulite  CoMtiiulion
ber 9, Mcc.l.l ul lireic|i.li Parliament.
A movement Is on fool to orgar.tera     Alti cues ol Mr Ikes, riola
a mock parliament al '- '  with soldiers, the  people
E. Rhlan ol Ihe Armstrong Advan ***** *****"<*** *****'"' *hich I    Trade la good in the valley just m
was up Tuesday lasl week, and we ac-1
knowledge a call.
RA\|),)M MOILS
they have striven
All this week the whole o! Russia and iruit has beeii shipped
lias enthusiastically celebrated lhe Em and there seems to be a Ieel; .
Mr.  and Mrs. R. R. Burns spent | p«r0r's gill ol troedom, which has boirti patletic-'
Thanksgiving Day at Sicamous. re -., ,„» deepest Joy. not wily lound. whea gtt»t slrldoi will I
turning lo Armsirong on Friday. ,i „   Kuala,  but all over Ihe '"   * _  '
C. McCormlck and ft. Shield:, re <■     By this
turned Saturday Irom a mp along lhe the Roiiianol! dynasty ha;, .•-,>      ' .''    .
main line. ' tnd loyalty ol lis mil .        . .
the present Ciar. by this relsrmatlwi increase  lhe
has carried oul the ideals ol humanity jj4
Sit
milled him to call the lu-
iiiiereiice that  met at The
lhe
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H. W. HARVEY,
INUtKleY.   UC.
Look
here ! for
Cheap Lumber
What do you
Think of this?
ft.  Johnson,  charged  villi being
diunk  cn  Ihe  Reserve, at,J hai
liquor In his possession at Ih
lime •■• leiilenced lo cne inonil
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me> diubly Emperor, bees .
A bajaar. under ili« siiaplces at lhe» |.;:„ .,|, !,!c believed Queen Vici        '   '
Ladles' Guild ol Si. George's church lisarta.
will be held In the Town Hall     I % tn St. Peleishurg vim' ^ _J_JK!ti
Mils'. '   I .   lever had been vitnessed ke- tpeakavs''
Intervals.        I will be serv-' | re.    Unrestrained, the crowds   '
ed.   Lv p»d. jai,d Mid whal Mpol
Rev. H.J. Miller and wile, ol York *****  >--'<■•'■
ton. Sasl;.. arrived on Saturday lut to j1 ***'
spend a week with hli brother. Rev. A j fl« devoutly ihiiMtf (er God's n
N. Miller, belore proee -
Beach, Calil-tnla. where they etpect,   The Debalii* Soelely meets i    .
to spend the winter, at 9 put   harp in tht Orange Hall,
F.  Smith, traveller lor   Cage's    Th ttiai "!»»i
wholesale paper house, vat In town al j **'•*■ •>■ *• c»-»'» a**1 Ti :! -
ler Christmas orders, and reports busi<     p. Burnet, D it P. L S„ teiun»i
aiutdty latt Irom a sum. -
While In town I „ Ktiuls«|».    Mr. Btftaet t
Edward, and has nothing but prate? eairenidy hard trip, and to glad t- if! ■"»**«•• »««tiieja«i'
lorthenewhaiel.  uylng tha.     .       ..
the nic-sii and insst comfortable
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Dry Bot rd
Shlplap,
Flooring, Calling, Siding,
htuse lhal he had stopped in lar
and Dimension Timber, from $8 to $10 per M. nine.
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Htve y<ju read our tubs nipiian olltr* ttKim tf tht line I
ma,; 21   IIrou all •     lake lln "
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SI2perM.     w-  P"**. **** *-**$** <* ..ur subterlplloi ti
i       tie       ie       place some three imte from Salmon ^wl-i lar any other, vtvill n
irom 510 per M. Up A,m, wu _ p|__.m ^^ last week  arr._8ge,n_,u.
He had lost a horse and was in tawn     ,.      . .,
i    Km other Information will be furnished on Inquiry at , ,   l0 loeale h,m    Mr ^ w\   Mr. tnd Mr,,
our office.   We respectfully solicit a share of your patronage. ™h to ^       £E ago. L""*M'.1'
,„„,. n„r r- .»•',.    all.xee   „
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which wtll have our careful attention.
lh, KAMLOOPS LUMHl.iv CO. LTD ■'" "9m9*>*-
linJa-rhy. B. C
££= Stock Sile
dlles south of
ON
Wednesday,
NOVEMBER
1905. at Sir Arthur Stepney's Ranch. Three
Emierby B. C
130 li. .1    <   Csiilc. 14  Hones. SO M...P on.  li Anion Goals
SO head range Cava, nearly all in calf to purebred Shorlh tn bull,   Abcul IO
have been milked
30 two and three year old heilera In call ta purebred Shorthorn built,
40 yearling anal 2 year-old ll
One tean ol matched g'l.linrs. 8 >> ' 2900
One well matched team, mare arid gelding ."SOO
One writ mulched driving team      One learn geldings 3 yri old, unbr
Two b»«d marcs i- I lltd Good a   '.old
One IM Hit aged * >k h rse Two genera! purpi,' I
SO purebred Shi nub to high priced i
nulling lo start a Hock.   Will be .<•':
lo suit
2,ea-
ISpurebred / old    Theae
got! nttliul -     - ,, well as
:;lyot mohair
Eight head ol hogs purebred Berkshire B ■>..:.
ths old. on-.    brad Bttl    •
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12 i- teniru ka n     6 and 8 met, ,
wagons, binder, tic.
The managem-ii »l ih* Slepnej rtneh having decided to ettgtg
inPruii bova pnptrty will be
MS OP SALE   All ..'.I'lis ol J25 a- I
amcuni a creJil of .3 in  llhj Will be givel
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had eapected. He cam-; irsm Mon
lint, tnd only bailed here abmt a
month ago.
One Hem ol Irelght aino^; tht ear-,
go ol Iht ta. Japan, which sailed (rom
Vancouver last week, vat 25 tout ol. „
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Mr. and Mn   H   I
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(Jriiiih Columbia l!sur irom Enderby.
tor Kobe, and JOCO sacM Ir
age.   These shipments ol C
Dour, vhi-h are growing larg-r With:
etch tucotatlve trip, are causing gr- il
tatlsltcllon. and the . .      "'
that the ch-ij) Amtl •   • **** C'1
ih'sst i-
eventually be custei Irom the
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must be taken ll lh- !      •
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Estate.
E. TRUESDALE.
Notary PuMie.
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A 20 Payment Life Polky
Badttlqr, IU
Sale begllU at 10 tm.    Kre
lunch n- ■ -   .;• will t
north at El
aclory trrar.r    tnltetnl
wlnitrlng tny si the at: re siock on I
tJ.  Francis
Auctioneer
lown bis.
ConfiHtr, Lion Lil" / HI.,
• Paid
Policy for $1,315.
up HE PROGRESS, ENDERBY, B.C., NOVEMBER 3, 1905
THE PROGRESS
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the groxth
parture was more than marvel
lous.   ln other the bus
iness that :an live • h ul is
he business iha: can ; i III by
advertising.
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DISCOVERY
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we leave the problem to our
readers.
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Minute* of Mm tint.1 hclJ on Oct. 52
Cuunvil   will examine all
lh,    Bylaw.
ihe  Mayor and all ihe Aldermen
. ere pre
He ' Iht irevious meet-
i were i  id a t    nllrined
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.  : a !'   ii  .; Mills Co. ask-
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drain be put  bel itake pipe,
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lion and reply.   It was moved by Al
.'■harp and   Evans   lhal llie
irk write and inform Ihe Columbia
F   ii  j M     that ai. ■ ih i
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rry out tho
training Mill sin I I
year, and that the beit
dtlliculty would be fer the
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proportion ol the extension. in the
event ot :       ..
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Ilea, "whole
iii Ihe bylaws wilh a view to a
them m any pailicuUts in -1
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
n  >i'Hce
lllceh ..•    ' i  6,30
oney Order bui-iiiess nnd Savings
k, 10 io -1
ill morning, 8.30; Alter-
1! \V  Harvey. Poslmasler.
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-. . IONAL
W. P. COOCH
•ister, Solicitor, etc.
I1ELU BLOCK
OVERCOATS 1
Fall   and Warm
^Vllltcr Clothing
Bargain   Prices
A lew Splendid Snaps at our Special Bargain
Counter
Everything In lhe Grocery line Iresh and,:   1
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Wm. H. Whittaker,
[ J. C. Metcalfe     Enderby J
Bank of Montreal
^,R,SRMftTaA^        C,pl,s.,.„peMup.»l4.000.CK10. Heat. Si0.000.000
SOLICITOR. NOTARY| r Bolonci- Prodi, end Lou tccounL. SirJ.VIW
PUBLIC. Eic.
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PETER   BURNET
'.iiellONJi PROVINCIAL
LAND SURVEYOR
I'lIi.U ULOCK
ENDERBY B. C.   I
FRATERNAL
A. F. & A. M.
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HEAD  OrnCC   MONTREAL
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A General Banking business transacted
the Untied  Sutca, Kci ra» m 1Canada,
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Savings BankDcparlmcM
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*i;h month     Vwimg &ie*ht«i
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EesreVa Lodge, No. SO Meet
iy evenu        lhe Ma        Ha   a-
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(Cnighta of Pythias
tl ti Mtaoiaie Hall Vltalng tt.lttt.-ie
, tteleomed.
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COUGH &
COLD REMEDIES
Get them at the Armsirong Pharmac. . Ihem Pure.
Dispensing done by a competent chemist. When in Armstrong
call.   We have llw best appointed drug store in the Valley.
R. R. Burns,
Masonic building Armstrong
Burn:,' Toilet Luxuries
L.O.LNo.446
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The Greatest. CoM-Copaer Dhtovcry ef thr A.    li m f.C
BIG FOUR. CONSOLIDATED COLD MINES. Ltd.
SPECIAL  ONE MONT! IS CENTS PER SHARE
Minet ciei-jiiy »«l «t',' N .telle S-ar.
tour ol the lai(tii geld timtt      - ■ '..•-.-
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W.M., Jams *. Out.     Sk.. I     -•
NOTICE in hereby given lhal thirty
dayt alter date we Intend to apply lo the
Chlel Commissitmet ol Lands and
Works lor a special license lo cut tnd
..-limber Ircm Ihe following
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Printing. .
To Storekeepers
Have your Christmas announcements printed
We nave now un hand a comprehensive
paper lor
una or Mtiinriwi ronsraiitKFt.
Let '. design ycu a Christmas Souvenir
Something neat and tasty lor presentation to
your customers.
MAIL ORDERS
IM   a   '.' Mil) tiers,   inl give
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land butaaofiitttm I printers'maitrUh
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  implied wiih by
J THE PROGRESS. ENDERBY, B.C. NOVEMBER 3, 1905
A.FULTON
TINSMITH & PLUMBFaR
Enderby    -   B. C.
Stove pipes and all kinds of furnace fittings.
Bath tubs and sinks.
All kinds of repair work promptly done.
ii •       t   :;,: art a law utapl we have on our
Enderby Land List
27   530 acres, seven miles from Enderby.    250 acres
under I       Hall cash.   Extra good house and barns,
Located on river near coal mine.   $20,000
17 157 acres, 5 1-2 miles from Enderby. 36 acres
under cultivation. Good house, stable and other buildings, all
level and workable.   $4,700.   One-third cash.
18 161 acres 6 miles from Knderby. 12 teres under
3-5 mile ol fence, name house aud barns, watered by creek,   $3,000,   Pari cash
16 One hundred and forty-nine acres, twelve miles Irtmi
lerl    ' ..'hiy acres cleared, located on river, (air buildings.
with placo.    Price. $4,700; half
t .mj Atetil eeho caveu   J~i,    J   ,    l_t,r.
**K°"*'    ' A. E. HALE, Enlittey Horn,
We Winter is Coming
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What about that new stove you were
going to have. We have a choice
selection of
STOVES
Ranges    and
Heaters
Tie HARDWARE  STORE
R. P. Bradlev - Enderby
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FRUIT TRIES
My Spring-delivery orders are all In. When yau are
preparing for Fall-delivery trees, write me. I represent the
Nursenes of Stone & Wellington, Toronto. The
quality of the trees sent oul by these nur-c les Is
as near perfection as sclentlilc growers can make It.
E. A. CHAPPELL, Enderby
BRICKS
BRICKS
D  ttl      1 BR|CKS
cricks brioks
The besl clay In the Valley.   Well burnt bricks at reasonable
prices.   Large or small quantities.
'IKi Enderiy B.ick to Tile Co.        Enderby. B. C.
Ing apples, and after they had finished a tree I picked up
(rom the ground thirty-four fruit spurs, which would have
meant cne dollar's worth of apples next year. The time
saved was about live cents, therefore ihere was ninety-
five cents lost by this haste in picking. Dc not allow a
picker to knock ofl a fruit spur or a U-ig.
Another cause of serious loss to the grower, perhaps
the most serious ol any, is the bruising of the apples. I
had an extreme cm a last year where a man had apples
that Oabox so badly bruised :hat the
packers refused 11 park until Ihey *ere ail sorted These
bruised apples brought him less than one hall what he
could have got II Ihey had not been bruised.   An apple
should not be packed until II Is ready to be shl| |
the reason that thai is lhe only way In which we can feel
sure of delivering lo lhe buyer a perfect box of apples,
and thus maintain our enviable reputation.   AH apples
should be nicely wiped, for the reason lhal they pr
a much belter appearance to the buyer an I find a rei
sale than If covered Aim spray, ani cemanj creates Ihe
price.
In conclusion I would say lhal we cann I be '
careful In reference lo every detail si Ihe 0| pie bu li
as a large grower said to me bel relcami    tothe.
—"An apple orotund Is an orchard of children
iree requires special nursing and care Just the
v u would give a child."
If humis be deficient a cover crop ol ve' I
Is advised, turning It In.
Apple Culture
E, H. Shepara is author of the foil wing Interesting
article In a late number of lhe Ho. I River C    lei
As there are a great many new ,•.. h i in
the frull industry in Ihi- ... . || . • that a tew
suggestions may be of value to them. While cur growers
very generally know not only all I may say In this article
and many ol them a great deal more, nevertheless there
are quite a lew who with a little are c ild improve their
work and save themselves a great many dollars.
01 course everyone who kn^s anyl . al at the
fruit business knows lhat thorough cult u aylng
are absolutely necessary.   I asked I /an Dcman
for a long time the government pomologlsl, this question:
" You have been all over the valley and seen our spraying, thinning, pruning, and cultl itlng In which do we do
the best and In which are we ihe most deficient? He replied as follows: Your cultivation Is excellent: your
spraying good: your thinning and your pruning are your
two weakest points.
There are bui few of us who properly thin. According to experienced people who have made practical tests
and according to expert opinion of our experimental station men who make this business a study, apples should
be thoroughly thinned. The general rule may be covered
In one sentence. Apples should be thinned ao that they
do nut hang closer together than iour to six inches, and
no two apples should touch.
In reference tc spraying, I think I may be justified In
saying that all th ive used arsenate ot lead, o'.h
erwlse km i n i "lie. this year have secured better
results than they had in the pas'. x\\b either the Paris
green or the while arsenic; and. lutthernwre, I Ihlnk I am
justified in sajing thai those who have used the dhpaiene
have cleaner crops ai apples than their neighbors who
have used while arsenic lhls season. While I do not assume to be an authority on spraying, It Is my opinion from
the practical tests made that live sprayings. If properly
applied and ai lhe right time are all that are necessaiy.
However, the man who sprays every two weeks Is certainly playing a safe game.
The most important spraying is Alien the blossoms
just begin to fall, which shcui! be ' llowed by an ther
spraying In aboul te.i days or iwo weeks. At this time
ll Is necessary to apply a very high pressure in orier lhat
the poison may be forced Into the blossom end of the apple for the reason lhat this is the point where the first
brood begins Its attack. Some people suggest the Bordeaux nozzle or Valmoree for this spraying, as you can
secure more force than with a nozzle making the mist
spray. For the latter spraying when the apples attain
size ll is necessary to ihttoughly coal the apple, and the
mist spray does this most penectly.
There is cne point to which I should have called the
growers' attend n. and that Is the general rule that some
people follow of spraying a tree until it drips, As I understand It. the | i is to spray a tree until the apples are thoroughly I and to avoid the dripping. If
too much spray Is applied it collects In drops and Ihe
drcps In forming pull the spray oil from the surface
apple surrounding the drop, leaving a part of the surface
of the apple exposed. Thete is an/.lier feature in connection with spraying so as to form drcps. and thai is In
relerence to the red apple. This is especially true where
considerable lime is used In the white arsenic spray.
These drcps form a thick chunk cf spray material
prevents the sun from reaching Ihe surface of th:
making toe apple when wiped show light spots where a
drop has collected. Endeavor to thoroughly cover thc
apple, but avoid the drops.
There aae three general styles of pruning—th'
shape. Hie crotch, and the trsmlng ol a central shoot, all
ol which have advocates.    The vase shape certainly
makes a pretty tree.   The crotch shape does nol seem to
be a very desirable method for the .; it necessi
tates props, and It a man does not get his preps up when
a tree is thoroughly Laded, one tt,. f his
Iree may split down and spoil ll .single
shoot, running lhe branches   it .       nail
around when you i.    a crop. i Uml break you
*iil not lose half your •• bulll up In
to what Is known as a Iwo and three cl ;rey tree. A iree
should be branched a& near the ground as possible and so
as to permit culu..
The best part ol a •• ■ n -liich to grow apples Is
down near the ground, for two reasons. One. that you
will have better and larg In ihesecon■:
they will be     lertopick   i third might be adde I
• 'rces are less like no break li m Ihe
of Ihe
In reference lo cull
■ ing coi
lent work along Ihis line.
use a disc or cutaway in
mulch  later in the Kimball or an
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that It will n i be neci -iiii sometime
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Wnh  rej ird to tl ,   'he two limits
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are setting 2b by 28. '.he extra tv I ; ■ rmitlll g
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;i the trees grow lain re       king ipples, 1 want to cali the at-
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