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THE   EDENOGRAPH
Volume 2.    NuMBI
M.
•NDERBY. B, C, AUGUST
visited tht
Augui i
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Mi l;e ■ i leli on Friday oliernoon
to join her husband 11
Bokn.—On August 10, 1905, Ihe
wile ol Henry L. Godsoe. ol a daughter.
ling ihe An-
F< rce Pump, ol Vernon, spent
a lew days in the district last week.
li'.e'll    III.'
1 lalton, Salmon
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Smith   i
daughter,
II    M    Lai,',  book '•:       • I •   ll
.Lumbal Mara, i i
town on business yesterday morning
The Union Re lauranlwlll bi
lot       Augusl
facia ar. offered I i sale
W, E, Truesdale, A   E. Hal.
___^^^_^ H. Worlhlngion spent Ihi
Swimming In the Spallumcheen has Mara, roW|„g down to the narrows on
Sunday:
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Mrs. Steven: on entertained   ,
Old-timers  say  lhat  the  present (ril.,,vj;   ,„   ,,,.. d„w|ng reo,„ cf „„
hot spell Is the longest and holiest one Enderbv „„„, „ ,g ,„,
on record lor IS years, be(ore |MV||1(, ,„ ,,„ hom, ..
C. Breedon ralurnad in Wednesday
Irom a holiday spent al Ihe coast.
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Ma.Lci Quotatione.
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been a cooling diversion lor these
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hot
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16.00
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Thc Up-Riv«i  R..aJ
Miss J. Cole, who has been visiting on Saturday afternoon.
| friends In Enderby, left lor her home     MeMrSi Wa||lMJ Ljy, ,, ,.
^^^^^^^^^      ■ lit Ontario on Friday's train. ,„. g.,. Eva„ made , |r|p by b.a, I
A. E. Brown has sold out his shara     Dr- Tunstall managed at last to tear to Mara lake, spending a day wllh the
in lhe hotel at Salmon   Attn  to his himseli away Irom Enderby, and left lish.   It was noted " on dec!
partner, and goes to the east. 'or Kamloops on Monday's train. enthusiasm to handle rod and gun d:d
Mil   and Mlsa Avery came in on l   Mr. Hugh Davison returned to Vic no< ******** » *• «r '■
Monday Irom Arrowhead, and are ihe- : rla on Wednesday lasi week alter     W.  T,  Br.e'enck returned from a
•,'...•.'    ■■ ,: tli'- annual audit ot the books vacation spent in camp at Tappen Sid-
.  II. N, Miller returned on Mon- ^_^^_
N nee was given in (he B. C. Gat- h" •>«'• spent by lha camper*.
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Dear Sir.   Mr. \
igango! ' Mng up'
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i and patiently expeci!::," - .•
35." i road
drawn belt
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Mo
i Side Slid.-, into Ke
el lhe Columbia Flouring Mills Co. Ing on Monday.   A very pleasant time
day Irom Tappen Sldli* what. h. at-     Nolle, was given in .he B. C. Gat- •>« beet, spent by .he campers, wh
tended  tha district  meeting ol tha «U. of th. redefining ol the Endeiby have averaged In number between for-
M«h«l_id,ureh. I district to Include "all  lhat •» and fifty.   The camp breaks up ihi>
tract ol land comprised wlihin the cor-
potato limits ot the town of Enderby."
Maihodist cltutfl	
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lly spent the week-end at Sicamous,
and had i .ling on
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F V. Venabta left last week
Mra. Venablea on a holiday at
the eoaat.   Duttng hla abwnce Mr.
Rosoman will eattduct the lervleea at
Mt.Gibht. ellhe Knderby Brick tt
. - -call Irom
hit it. es Emma and
Mabel Gtbba. who arrived Irom England latt week.
• plditenl agent tf Arm-
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a buiiitesi trip to Duck*   He waa **■
Tha current issue oi lhe  B. C. Ga-
Business Is brisk at the K
Lumber Ca.'s mill, and an a.
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ea, Aug. 14—/
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lain on ihe batik
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.namliippedIn) U   rivet    ll " '
came deww with a Istii roar
iiiing the channel, a I
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,-'.ided, same aa
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I "Xt live
ime wayns
Then we shall be
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Mite contains nonce  lhat all schooli ,hwe ca'
ol the Province east ol the Cascade nialntalnad,
range of mouniains will not  re-open
till August 21.
dlllonal power;; rati at nee    . ■ I
Instal another engine, which an
^_^^^^^^^^^^^^__    Monday.   The n«w erg ne ta a Id b.
Mr and Mra, J. F. Ptlngle lelt for |6 Wa|W0UJ
LeihbriJgo on Monday, where ha will
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make hard •..••,   ••■ ; ',
audi
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cl.   1,   .   •  ' C.s
Lacah,
make hu headquarter., as wheat buyer
tor the local flouring mill.
Friday evening's atorm eameaaa
• lief alter ihe long spell ol; „___^______h__^___
hat weather.   The weather ainca has ™„ ",. , .t  , , as
been truly de'ightlul. making one (eel
lull of vim again.
An eld-timer in ihe person of W. H.
T. G. Wanlesa. representing the
Great West Life Insurance Co, o!
Winnipeg, relumed to Vernon on Sat
urday, Betides having the .«at_!«tlan
  Wan-
lata Joined the line-up   I th"
who lake a dip tn the river as, •
titer lor supper.
prrapectntg mt
Ju»i f' -
over Shoes" ai ll
, .ra near opened
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While out driving on Sunday alter'
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rxiiliyptettdttatiew all steel J I  MeConnlck. looking htileand heatty.
Cat* seMtalor. lhe virtue* ot which he eaine in on Monday a tram, and (rom ***** "'• *<* ****■ >- W. Gilnetl aur- We have gwat kanm in p.
-., 1 _, .k—L.L. nnaed a lawe black bear and two hall- nig stock A tmnigta H w nana
never tired in eatolling,
I . I ,'4U a ftiettd who it Inteluled
t  Do ihey want lo know
all appearance, ha.'come through Die ****** * ***** W«ck beat and t
wantt weathet aalely. grown cubs   They had evidently come
•« owes ll to 1 •
e____________________Bwater, •*     'M±*'t^-**'9********"J~
        *]**^**t ** *• voter, ol .he En- and ^ ^
some mot. about..?    Do you want i^^J™??*}?\* **■* ****** *******       * ******* *** m t?J^^a\\tTZ
-kfl.   Head tha dtiplay advettu
ol the as Mor*e acho—i ol W-i
them ie. and » do a Utile miiiieiiaty Saiutday. August 19, ai II a.m.. ,» mi
wstk lor the .wealing abroad ol the «l«ei ****** i»»~teea to eonttituie a (fat|lJ H 'c^rtM*
indiMementi thai th* Endetby dtaittci ******* *<**i 'or the town.  The pell-
««et»?   ll»s.eallatt»i*Eo«toatr*Hi **t W any wtUiak«pbce oneweek
sine* later, on August 2b.
A ault bm#t againa Mt H. W H. A. Webtt.r. i-spta-tenting "Re.
Wt#t lor a breach cl the pease ec *oute*»." ta m town ia ihe intetatta ol
Of ted the auentwti olJujtica ol the hia Journal   As tu name impiiea. tt.
Peace C Bed on Thtiradiy motnttw ai *!«• •»'« •'■* »-'th nt bright leading. ;<
th*esutthsuw   Comfilatniwaamade tntenpetsedwithilliuttaliofta, lhe si- *
by C. W. Layt-fl to Ptovinctal at* ****** Ulimiubi- letourtea ol our Dom*
CtiyC4it._b»eO«diim.»1i»ptoa!*.! *******   * write-up «• «h« Okanagan
ed.   W. H. Oooch deteftfcd    H. W, VaHey (a being prepared, and  Mt.
They were aeen about a inih y4utqj man <>i lady may tarn
phyandl   I 'apoatila
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Wright waa mulcted with lhe CMts ol Wd""" *•*• <>** <***'<■**** '** *** »«'
de thai will aaonuh many.
Mt. Hetity. tf Hattney. Mantiota. R«v. Mr Wtighi and Mt. Skitmet.
pawfj ihisi«h toil wet* sua tttp dVetiiMi: Rev. Mt. Henderson, ol
thtmh the vast ..• i* an Kelowna. and Rev Mt. Bald«„n. olia
ealetttiv* lattdt*net in Manitoba, and Summettand.|__*d ihraugh_i Frl ia-1 .-
wu toahing over lhe Okanagan wilh a on ih-.ii teium from attending lhe du
view to MtealtW    H*  had  been lo UlCt merlug Ot lhe Melt,
ihePsttlfc-Ethsbitvti anl'i.a that he:: ,    Anjj
Ihetc it no place in B C that he like* tattemely ptolittble and ptaaini lime
-ban lh* Okanigan Vatky, and wai ipenl.   There ate quite * numbet
that be eapecu lo teivtm ab
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ol eampeta there, and the place pro-
muei) to b-exeme mthe near luture om
o( tb* moat popu - , iiac_ in
- auliluliy
Stan and balh ,. 'young
i_Mw^_m_Mi'_town
._'\:  .'...,.,-.,,,;       -■    Mi ind Mi   ..'   - w    W i
inlhebmhinlhet- >p! peg. and  Mt ani Mr:   Gei Bell«
ll  am thai«M lo be o-l. «b««h  * Endetby. came down the lake by Ihe
BlIMIK'"-.   ,ll  Cutllltll  M.'UIIJ. -\ll^- ''
The minutet «t the previ?,„ meet  .
id and eonlit
By lav No. 10.
leave, introduced a by-la.
MC ; !■! by /. 1 b>a' • y -    ted thai    .       b
follows:    "Fioiti and alter the  ee..
by-bwNs 10 t
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Aberdeen  on   Friday
visit with Irtendi     K« ■ a    Mr
Bell,  whs  had Ihe I..- «  tf being
• J the busy lillle
. ; Ml        hir has
»the past ta-enly y?.-
the the nio.1; .   -• the C.
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^^^^^^ d ol whiih was ah:   a        ••
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watch waa ket''
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lot* on/on* esvM teach il. the m
I. and Ih* batky was beyctd
stta*.   The men had hatJ *
g-t th<- lite *»d*t Control, and
Ittmbuildup had*tl_*caa.
. -  a lin*MK.. •
bulk'
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m NHNOGRAPH, liNUKRBY, BC, AUGUST 16, 1905
EDENOGRAPI
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Bank of Montreal
Capital, oil puiii up, $14,000,000. Rest, $10,000,000
UuIjiui' Piolic ceieci i.osa account, $J73.*)Htl
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HEAD   OFFICE.   MONTREAL
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A General Banking business transacted
,  ■ United Siai Canada
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CHINESE CR.OCCR
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dill LCI acre blocks $i2!
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PURE DRUGS
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inner I itlallea.   7
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learn Is "lh? valu*
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quite as hard to master.   It Is "ihe value o! pure drugs     1:
you are III. no matter how simple the ailment, you will lmd that
it Is important to make sure ol the drugs—they must be pure,
\ OURS      ARE      PURE
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Bums' Toilet Luxuries
DOMINION  EXHIBITION
1905    September  27th to October   7   1905
Under iho auspices of the R.yal Agricultural
and Industrial Society
New  Westminster, B. C.
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$100,000" "Um Factions $100,000
Enlarged
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.. IAN     •   KTS
rmai W   H .K_A»Y V..ala,. .nd Manager.
Now Wi'.lmlrt.t.r, »C
Receipt Books
Letter Head:; ... Envelopes, Shipping Tags, Invoic
Cards. Visiting Cards, Invitations—anything that c.;      printed—julckly dom  . this office.   I
hed on ever) f Book and Job
Priming.
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BUTTER PAPER PRINTING
At the EDENOGRAPH THE EDENOGRAPH, ENDERBY. BC, AUGUST 16. 1905
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The War witK Weeds
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The Farmers' Advocate ol a recent dale calls alien
liun once more to the urgent need oi combating at every
point the forward march ol the weed nuisance, " Eternal vigilance is the price ol liberty," and all should be Im-
bubed wllh the desire to do all ihey can for the keeping
under of this pest, and for self-preservation; and a con
tlnual war should be waged against Ihem.
" We do not think it should be considered a hardship
to be required to cut down weeds by the roadside oppo
site one's own farm. The principles ol sel: preservation
should lead farmers to attend to this duty apart from the
feeling of personal pride accompanying an appearance of
neatness. When we consider the potentialities for
damage and desolation wrapped up In the seed sacs of
noxious weeds, we should make It a strict rule tj allow
as few as possible to ripen. One plant may shed a
thousand seeds, and send them oul on the wings of the
wind on a mission of mischief thai years ol labor and care
may not overtake. Farmers as a rule In the past have
not exercised sulilcient care in the purchase of seed grain
and grass seeds to avoid Introducing noxious weeds. The
da.tger from this source has been emphasized by the reports of official tests of clover and grass seeds placed
upon the markel, in which many thousands of weed seeds
have been lound in a single pound of the samples offered
lor sale, and for which lhe farmers have been paying high
prices to seed their land. The organization of a Canadian Seed-Growers' Association for the production and
dissemination of pure seed of Improved quality, a report
of the annual meeting of which appeared some lime ago,
should serve a good purpose in directing attention to the
importance of sowing clean seed, ln thc meantime,
every available means should be employed lo destroy
weeds In their Incipient stages by frequent cultivation In
all hoed crops, a prccess which, at the same lime, pays
well In the Increased growih and yield of the crop, as well
as Improving the conuulon of the land for the production
of future crops of any kind,
The seeos of certain weeds, such as mustar.t and ox-
eye daisy, being of an oily nature, will He dormant In the
land for years li plowca under, and when turned up to the
Influence oi sun and air, will germinate and reproduce In
profusion. Wnh these, where too numerous for pulling
by hand, care should be taken to check them before ripening their seed, the mustard by spraying, and the daisy by
the use of the mower, as it usually appears In meadows
or pasture land. In the corn and rool fields, keeping
the cultivator going as regularly and as often as time and
circumstances permit, Is one cf lhe most eifective ways
of eradicating weeds, commencing the siege when they
are young, and keeping them cut down below the surface
of the ground, as It is only through their leaves they can
breathe, and when deprived of this privilege they must
succumb.
Alaska Boundary Survey.
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Skagway, August 4—Mr. W. F. Ratz, of Ottawa, the
Dominion land surveyor In charge of Ihe boundary survey
party that has been engaged thus lar this summer about
the headwaters of the Salmon River, is al presen; In
Skagway. He had completed his labor In Ihe vicinity o!
Chilkoot Inlet, and will leave that district as soon as his
outfit can be moved. He will go up (he Taku Inlet, east
of Juneau, where he will spend the remainder of the season In defining the boundary line between Alaska and
Canada.
According to a message received here today from lhe
headquarters ol the American boundary survey party on
the Tahkln river, which .flows Inlo Ihe Chilkat river about
twenty-five miles from Haines Mission, the work there is
greatly hampered by high water and smoke from forest
fires.   Thr message was dated July 28.
Job
Printing
Thai touches the artistic
and keeps house for Economy, will be done at this
office—quickly, neatly and
cheaply. You do not have
to send your printing out of
town. Anything that can
be done In Toronto tin
ordinary commercial printing) can be done right here
The Edenograph
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CJNew Stock
Of Granite Ware and Tinware Just arrived.
(I Stoves.
Enderby Flour
Never send oul ol 1 wn I r what Is made as good as
the besl In lown,    In supp.nlng h.me Industries j   :
are supporting yourself and others wh  maki the town
These are our brands:
Moffet's Bes., Hungarian, Premier, Three Star,
Drikied Snow, Aicina. Sir :., Baker sor XX,
Wheat Sheaf, Superfine, Graham, Wh le Wheat
Patronize 1Kb Home Mill
The Columbia Flourin;; Mills Co., Ltd.
Enderby.
C^i~~dr linsmithmg
and   Plumbing
The 1 lltlen Gurney Stoves embody
all thai is latest in design combined
with excellent workmanship.
Call and Inspi I Ihem.
^. P. Bradley, Enderby I lardware Merchant
FasnionableTurn-outs
We are now In our ne*' Stables 'khere everything Is spick-and-
span. Rigs and Saddle Horses always at your command
Stalls and feed ready for your h -rses a'ter a long drive. Cliff St	
MATTHEWS & EVANS ENDERBY   H i ;   D T      I
. .     rlarness-niaker ana   Repairer,   trunk.
SUNDAY CHICKEN DINNER Val— E<-
An experienced copper, lln.   i
Iron worker    S|"  lal al I   I .-
nace work, pipliy an Ir   111. Expert
workmanship       llsfactloi   . i ranteed.
A.  FULTON. BELL BLOCK
Plumber and  litter, LnJcrby. I-  C
25
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\\ The best on the market
n the tables. Furnished
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J. W. EVANS,
KNDKKBY, H. C
C 5000 ^TeITed Jas. Jarrett
Regular Meals, 23c.
•Ac UNION RESTAURANT
C.lcll Si . one I'leeA from .laiiem
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Learn Telegraphy
a. a. >\<ioui.iii.itel
Carpenter & Builder
Fresh ok^» Fruit
We have consignments of fresh fruit coming In dally, consisting „
of Apples, Pears, Peaches, etc.   A fine opportunity for preserving Ihe winter supply of fruit and il should not be missed
on any account.
J. C. Metcalfe
Enderby
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Thr Motv School ol Trlrtttaphy
VISITING   CARDS
Has opened a carpenv •
In the rear of the Hancock block.
All kinds of jcbblng promptly
attended to.
1 .(cc e. ee,. d AiKtlentfr. Alwoy.ready
io i.la on a Salt
Do you need
Spectacles}
■ Mid and I will call an
li t yeur eyear.
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used le-lt-.ee.
J    M   M.'lnl.rr.
Nicely Printed
This Office
IW Iruit from California.
FRUIT TREES
My Spring-delivery orders are all in. When you are
prepanng for Fall-delivery trees, write me, I represent the
Nurseries ol Slone _ Wellington. Toronto. The
quality of the trees sent cut by these nurseries Is
as near perfection as scientific growers can make ll,
E. A. CHAPPELL. Enderby
BRICKS
BRICKS
Brick;
PRICKS
L.KICKS
The best clay In the Valley.   Well burnt bricks at reasonable
prices   Large or small quantities
The Enderby B.-kk Htb Tile Co.
New Subscribers ,hls ?C
mitv until End of Year f DC
lhal is c
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Enderby Land  List.
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cult, balance
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H. P. LEE
One thousand. two hundred and fifty nine boxes of
California fruii I... med by Inspector W H
Lyne in Vat. ,tig Ihe last six weeks.
This is ab ut a carload. During that time the total
lm| ",.'i i. ' C> -i " !' ' •'■' .-'" have r -
fitly carloads. The condemning of one carload in fifty is
not in itself startling, but the alarming feature Is that the
California shippers ha. .;, u .. united In refusing to
ship subject to quarantine In , This means that
^quarantined frull Fhipped during lhe last
thirty days, fairly h   .. have fallen cn buyers.
The plan Is no* suggested ameng Vancouver fruit-
dealers to unite and boycott the Yankee dealers un
less the fruit sent by thc latter is .guaranteed. As the
matter no* stands a lurge trade ma I to Vanccu-
Under present conditions it is claimed that the loss
ndemned by the lo r discourages Im
lions and lari ghtai
Mr. Lyne. who inspect
was an orchards
I know the
.rkcl     II •
■ Ihe culls they will  be  shipped hen
thousand tons of culls Ihere  are  ten thousan
healthy fruit    The ' cull" dealers I and
sell at from $30 to $40 per on    1   .
higher pnecs ihan .'Miers in unhi ■ .: 1 be
a *.se mo."
.'   I ■
. plain duly lo
and lhat Is being dont
Prolrit   lllr   lnirsl".
.v ■■> . i . •■     tig
the lumber supply of tl.
. I her
•   is from the ruthlcsi lotion that premai
Mlchlf is ■ ■    • lum
aim     In Ita plnl n i ild the Don
Hi - pel •
ii n ll    • tl end establish g
•   ■ . J.ing.   says
and perpetuate
.   , ry    the t rid."
Read our Ads.
•   ,,■-.'. store news ,:;-. EDENOGRAPH, liNDHKBY, B.C., AUGUST it, 1905
LOCAL NEWS
■tm -___qi_)>wk,-'-swi wan-*w -j_-_iiwh_ii-Iii'i wuhiiiiIM    l. ". m   in _ w b,
j        American Shoes        v.
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end
•WAl.kOYi ■.!<•
SHOES
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Enderbj 1 radingCo §
RBY I
BRICKS
Okanagan Brick Co.. «... i.v. i ....    n t
r~—-"-" ■"«--m|-.t__,,•__..■!!■!u~u..a..ctdrfc.--.,,, __«
I
Don'l   Bake When 7*.  Weather
i~  1 [ot— v. e Bake nrcud
-
P. CrvF-YKLL. TR Enderby bakery,
Ji
?or 3a!e>
n io n    1\. .t...ii. .ut'..
_.  Cliff   S_.,   Enderby.
H. N. Hendri- kson, '
r   Methodist Church
(.-->. R. Sharpe
■
- NURSE
5 Opera H
pera House,
w-aMmm ii am in—-ur-.'..
ONE. NIGHT  ONLY
Enderby .
The
Vendetta
Tuesday,^ ^ I
° i
'FabioP^omani'i
Prices 50c
TS(.    .ind
SI. 00
im.- •,.*;« tAmnnai
Peter    Burnet      I.O.O.F.
Dominion no, Provindsl     *;*$*'■•""•'■■Vo ''"
Lond Surveyor
in i i   (LOCI
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i 'wmynicgrtii &r fRk
School Opening
V ii will fli       rytl Ing ■   i      iln   t tl   Di ig Si re
ALL NEVi   ■     DSAN     'RICES THE LOWEST
A good Rut- r lui' with every purchase,!
■ mall
D. NAIRN y CO..:
1
SUNDAY   HOUrXS:   Jlo4p. m.
■
-
W.P.GOOCH
h YOU
-. .: . ■ an . u '■'
write or sec us
MOV/AT (ft BRINDLE
BILL BLOCK  INMSBY, (  I
A|>f.-.l   I.C Cull. M«  S.le.e.l    IfCC-
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ENDERBY. BC
i   r. i   v    it/
L. U. L. .\o. -HO
A. L. U.
W iln lion
and Superiority
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C U. r. No lOr-o
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Hal
cyon
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lie   Hammond Is Perfection
tn alignment, beauty ol
ion, change t f
peed, manifolding.
.    ...biliiy. portability,
n, paper feed ani
girt. The Hammtni
•   all othe-
m every
A Hammcnd must be
•    It Is
.other
Tilt  HAMMOND  lYHWRin*
COMPANY
Totoma. 41 A<Jclatf<- Mrwt Ka»t
MoKI'.al. IC. St J aim-..
Halcyon Hot Springs
M. J. I IKNRVS
For Sale!NURSER,ES
, -
•a-.lBlia:
NO! .
B. C. Crown Stock of Fruit
and Orncimental Trees
•
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ONI    BROS.
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Out of Town
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