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THE  EDENOGRAPH
Voi.uMi- 2.    NuMWiK 23.
ENDERBY, B. C, OCTOBER 18. 1905.
Price, $2 a Yi i
PliRSONAL   ITEMS.
Bell   lelt   Icr   Fcrilic   on
Be Comfortable
That's just it!
The place to obtain the necessary articles to make you
so Is at Harvey's.
Blankets, Qyills, Comforters,
Warm Clothing
for men, women and children.
Heating and Cooking Stoves
In fad. everything to make you comfortable during the winter at very low prices
for cash.   We need the money.
Inlormalion wanted purtalning lo iho
Mabel lake toad.
W. Bali made a trip to Kelowna on
Wednesday.
On The  Prowl
WEDDING BULLS
PATENT BY   LOCAL MAN
WOODS-JOHNSON '        ci lm' '
Tin1 wedding 0| .wo popular y-^utig Arm road, received rec	
people ol Enderby look place on Wed- Ihe agency ol Mr. Roland   Brlllan pa'
nesday alleriioon oi laal week, when tantatl ma)    I Vancouver, a Cana-
Miss Alioe Johnson, eldesl daughter   I dlan  ;  '   '    I    I     mproved bli   It
lily in a precious gill, bui It
c en lien be misplaced. No doubt, the
" slepladder" at the end ol the sidewalk on corner ol Cliff and Maud
Ireel . ta only a temporarary allalr.
but ll Is highly Inconvenient.   How a
Mr. J. Johnson came up Irom Pen- **** wl,h * b>b* c,"iall" l5 «01n8 *■*>' Enderby Trading Co.   The ceremony
tlcton on Tuesday lasl week to spend a «« down without a long detour round wnjd, WM   per(<),mii bv  Rdv   D_
la more than we can Imagine.   The Campb(1|i, |00k place at the li n
steps are  narrow,  steep,  and  very ,h, bride's parents In the  presence ol laceral mouth,
ry in wet weather, and II an ac- lnfl hnmod|.,e (rlwldl 0| lh() C0,„rjCl.     The bli can be used lor thc lamlly
Mr. James Johnson, was married   to
Mr. William Woods, a panner  lu the
lew days with his family here.
J. S. Purvis, representing Wm.
Rennle it Co., seed merchants ol Toronto and Winnipeg, was In town last
week, a cheap way of gelling together a mailing list.
■iictent control
horse th in e in I
lal      'i ! in .1 humane
ut   injurious  strain  or
cldent occurs we feel sure Ihe council
Ing parties. The bride, who was given horse,
: rlable In ihe
, irily used used
gol colts.    Will:
rds  perfect control of a
i, and  its com:.
cotnincn horse  vices ol
e  head, lugging, rearing.
H. W. HARVEY,
General Merchant
IMIIIUIY.   BC
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will have a poor case when an action away by hcr fa(har.  u,,re  a dreu
lor damages is   brought.    The  Job crM1|, „„.,,_ ,|owered  wilh m   , .     . „   ,
i have been rushed through wllh   aild w„ «Mond,d by her  abler.   Mba menu
Mrs. Rowe. who formerly resided In out any needless delay, and we hope Edlln johluon    Mr  Edgar Robms ,,
Enderby. passed through on Wednea- the council will see lit to have li com- C0U5|„ 0, ,h, bHdei KXei „ __<,„„. „,,, a,
day. en route lor her heme in Sum- pleted al once. ,nm   Th, house was „_, pr.1|(|y d.. _,,   ,
merland.   Mra, Rowe was returning     II we are going lo emulate the ter   COraied with chrysanthemum,* and oih- b I
Iromavlsll to  Tynehead and   New raced sidewalks ol Ihe village homes „ ,|ow<1„, .... ,. _hu ,_ w,,n  known In
Wesimlnster. ** °** E"*1""1' *••** ,h«lr aceompanl-1    Thj happv ctlUp|e ,„„ 0„ ,he eymin& |ow|1 as „ hor„,.
An owl caused a ripple ol amuse- ™9n* ol c'**\a ******* I'0"0**'and train lor Nelson, whne the honeymoon practical ■ ■. • I     '
ment lor the small boy -at•■: "'■** a99i*<" lM ***** *>** Put u? will be spenl. amid the showers ol rice meet tlte requlri ■    tl
loo   on Saturday moming.    He ha J in ***** P1"6, ***** *m'*Mn '* °* ,n« and good wishes ol a  large gathering lory manner, and the bli lias met with
been Ihe captive ol one  ol the bays.,mla ************ s,re" *l,h ***"** "'"V* of irleiteis.    The  bride  looked  very unqualified approval  Irom Ih
who becoming discourage, at the u„.. "h1" *oi"ldn'l do credit at lhe entrance, pre||y .„ her umt\\^ dr__ 0, pry have lelt the need,
friendliness ol the bird liberated ll, re   !0 * C**lom *****_ j tweed.
luge being lound under the station    m Pflt)Mo( W,1(SJ on huretuml    Both young people are well and pop- UTERARY HE ORGANIZED
platform.   I We do t»l claim own.r   rrom |lu, ,nwnwlNe tou. round ,he ularly known among a Urge circle ol _=
Ihlp-Eo.) , ,„ ,h, ..0phlr;. Meh|med u M ;lrt«nds.   In whose goads wishes  lor     In
Vernon's loss is Armstrong's gain atter-diitner speech given in his honor. I'helr'u,u,s lu'
lm El   H   .''."i
held I
H   C.   lee   in   |
Look
here ! for
Cheap Lumber
What do you
Think of this?
J M, Paul alter a trip down the line. "Wake-up England,"    Thai phrase
returned here and has decided to open has become history.    Have we. ol
tn business aa a merchant lailor.   Mr. Enderby. no prince lo return and say
Paul has had a wide and varied super-1" Wake-up. Enderby >" i   Brmih Columbw will make an .the.
lence.   He is a graduate ol the Chaa. j   Thare is at the present tune almost iafl)f lhB vcar a| ,hl) Atnua| E]thl,
J. Stone culling academy oi Chicago., unlimited scope lor lhe moat piegrea- blUon „, _.« Royl, Horticultural Soc r]
.nd^previ^^nlnb^a In siv. ideas ,o uke concrete shape A,; (sly „ Undall, EngUnl whloh w|1| J^J^LT!.
Manitoba.   Mr. Paul opens Monday in preienl these ideas are   talked ol   in „,„„ in |h„ c(ty on DeMimwr 5lh
The ml
ntg being read and adopted. %
lhe Lucas block, war W. Wolfettden's, the tack ollice and wt our nice ele   Thd „h|bili whlch „ ^ .
the auspices ol the British Columbia
and eatends a cardial tnvltallon la all valed sidewalks, lo the detriment ol
to inspect his aloca.
.,-    r,
Al nUl    eC
Ad- ihe days legitimate wo*.   W ., Growers'Assaclalto.        -i
lirevent the buiine-4 men ol Enderby lllg plh(1Mdi and wlllbebr...
SupL T. Ktlpramek. aid G,  E ****** terming a " Progressive Assoct-j,,,,-_,__
Dry Board, and Dimension Timber, from $8 to SIO per M. gEttt ST*\^
ShlDlap. - -        ~ SI2perM. vUtllolhlaaectiononSaiuidiy    Mr. i induurte, and aid in the development ._.,, y.   ',_.„, ,„ ,h. .i,i0.,,„. .
°"v v' Kilpainck ay» lhat the dtuWe natn
Flooring, Celling. Siding.        ■        ■ from $15 per M. up service will be kept en aa lang as lb
traffic luitiliej il. ai least until the en
K.lpa.r.elia.ya thai the d^. .«.n:c(lh. ininy,„,,,,, rlch(,,m|Ilgl,.d ^ ^"^^-j^ —"
adfaceni la ihu town.   Sink all the ^^ ,,, |he prowmci.,   SecrewryW.
.aoclatlon, lelt last evening lar Spences .,.  .
*i:.  . arjs
■rf-Any other Information will be furnished on Inquiry at jiOei**   Wta. *« ■ «jg|; r.^'^-l^M.l'n'lrJ'Br,nd'"h* °' "'""
our office,   We respectfully solicit a share of your patronage. ^^A?CS^^SJ <-•
which will have our careful attention. as lar m Atmitwi* -Ntwi. ,..'
lo xawMtl to get in ana wont,   sums pmlM d the .,h|b|, and C:.
•th. KAMLOOPS LUMDI.U CO. LTD    The oillceraol the RAfc I. Sodety .ay " I'm us buiy." others " I hat .,„    ,hor,    !hr, ,
 ■ MtWlR^ ^««d;,ng_i t^uUtisspiri, ,     Th0 „hlb„ ,,,,, m Wat(i
HAUC U A \' rectors,   Katowm: H. W. Raymer.maa«<«ted at every Wm. and lhe msde „ Undon bix yeJr »„. |hg
I\ t\ 1VIO l l ns I c & Sm(|h. Vw)M|. w » R|anl!) long,, ,,-j ,„ ,(„ Jlr lht harder will be hlfheil hslxm ,h>l any Iran exhibit
For Sale.   Two pure bred registered For aale.   Timothy and dovtr hay price Elltstn. MP P.. & P. French, the bump when li camctdown. lrm an„ Ci<m h»d ever tak-i at the
Hampshire Down Ith,'^i biggesi tnuiioti fc^in,!,, tarn ..$«,» par ion to a «-Sj<^«oa. Arntatreng: g*«M    Adverse oiuclsm U the keynote ..hibit.on, given by •
oi'taT LA Itl.Hit■•»■«»^,"r» *• ^ "fd•■**       "• *h- '
Wright   Penncion. L, W. ShaUord. ■<*"* *ll**n»l *l«ta ** **««■<**>**•
" ».   Much hli been j     ■:   ti-1
——^———-^—^ hui more remains lo be done    Th*
■I of lh*ir t>ock«u.' hl|{h-_, ^cj ,
view all improvements and progress'tMbMea8,,av .
lhal   he would I
t also disclaimed any desire
lo aci in the cif-acny cl sec Unas.
Alter it e ' i"
es Irani » »etc ta
ken and  the I .       an  were
b
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.;  will In held   thu
J,   H.
hired'Rams.  Guaranteed lo Improve ,     ^-       .
.crab llocka.  Apply lo J. H. COLES. TV* "f ^
llatelmere Ranch. Endetby, Haielnwre ranch, End»rby.
COLES
4-27
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The British Columbia Iran
Dr. W. F. FRASER.
DENTIST
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Will be in Enderby. cn
Monday,   Oct.
At the King Edward Hotel, for one week.
th-
Autiion Sale
to mob now bM!,« *■•< ■   -
v ,i vkkv-v    .    -,1W..hitheronegeUinlred^     . fed iptci.Mla s.|, al „,.
.   .    .,   ...
,»d thai a
pieatitalc i,ing seiiea ol
meetings will!- held
AT TIIE_ASSI2ES
ih--1 II ring case) ca
Chlel Justice Hunter at Vol
. Allan, chargi
»• mails
23.
Thei.aa.a.Od   ll.allpm  ,.^  ,„   g  tOtm,<   m,e„„g.  „,   Xm  ,-,„»„,„_, (of __,,(,,, „
;sicheaofltheaK)e«.lkantite"
"• ai (hit eahlblllon. ai        i
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Deer Park,
Sale
CRANK nan--
riO»'l.. --a
Islered  stocl:
boars, fn lor service
good milch cows, fresh in milk
inuntty ol Belgians and llaliana.
■ -petal a cenl tm improvements ,y pre.wi,lr< ., . ,       ,5C6m.
OneBatn* '   '    ' mtmltte
Cne single buggy CnediiiMegargp. - nett ol Ende.1-
'•'''•■ . ■ •
Omhayiaek    OmM mum halt Daatft »r Sir Haary Irvtaj
'    '  • '   . i. lima talking
T*» tuilivatyti    ,m hsr.l c. ■
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..   g h»:
-   •,',» '.».« woods It
The "■
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IsunJ true
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10 pure bred Tarn- om «»der
SOS'S In pig, One set.:  .
from Imported reg- a**- "'
KkVm^X*?£*t   ..  '»"*>
Three or lour Hii ►_,(,. j (!„„s, m
iSQfta's, '... 'vine
At*.
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WALTER E. TRUESDALE.
BaJetb,B.C. **********RC
Nnliry PuUic.
R«l EaUie and Ineiiranct
C-__, in Re-1 A 20 Payment Life Polky
onaps Estote. umtfM..... ,)h„
ill's US        •    ^Confederation Life Assn..
cullWtlan,«litr improvements. J 1.000 the I
Halca'h balance »a    ' ' ***** ,mm- <*** •'  '
KtTittgpar,.-.. ».'•'
laMespxn: mlii-atpMlu
Thte«dM?n knitrw Ind I
ajeOlS Two a-
imp On*
'.aids
- plates
FARMERS BXCHANGB
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laMih a bratie-h ol that
Etrf-tb. have Ih.i lime mel *
London. October uih
king world hi
■ • toss by Ihe sullen deal!,   I
ry irvetig t  ■ . ■   who a
universally regarded as Ihe  -
llll I a.m. on lhls ca
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latewell perioi (urged wil
a* ind thu week wi
pgamtni at St
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learn  thli 1*1, ri .......
•   hu   li is t ken.   wiih
,-   mil willbes.hr  id- """; '
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r *• town Iota, W »
two lor SI60 cash
Acre blocks. $125 each.
Paid
Policy for $1,515.
up
•gun ;-'•
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, chair kindly *m   I
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/any d:.'               .               ■:...,., I  needed.  4
■ovided hy H. W   Hu
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B.C., OCTOBER 18, 1905
EDENOGRAPH l™*^"
. rielles hat ,
cessuiliy in tn
JE    SUIS    PRK1
: 5SI0NAL
lo Preserve __|
 H Okana(<an Game \\'. |'. (.,()0C1 1
member there are also man) Iter, etc,
varieties Which  ll )'  J :'""  :   '  From Iht Dcprecationi ol Th, Nea
warned   tO   eat y U   art)  ITI Poree» Braves from WadiinK-
certalnly wan   I not I   | ton.   Prompt Action endi
  Wm. I i. Whittaker,
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irrei
I valu
r_»fill_li — —a I im ^"——^^—M—^—""^^"1
OVERCOATS I
Fall   and Warm
Winter Clotning
Bargain   Prices
A few Splendid Snaps at
Counter
'!'. 1 Kll     IH. KM-1 I        . . rythlng In the Grocery in
.; Barg iln
and good
I hes
be Ihi   "
J. C. Metcalfe     Enderby
ON 1
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dr.  A. Btyan Wllila
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g to the case ol I
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A. L. U.
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Alt III w \\ MAN
()\ LUMBER PRK ES
C.O.F.No 1058
1. 0. O. F.
Bank of Montreal
Capital, ell paid up. Sel4.0O0.au0. Heat., $|O,0OO,OCO
liable..' Prot'ib ond l.ou account., Ss?3,4tlll
HEAD   Ot-TICE.   MONTREAL
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r   ■ Dftinttnond L. C. "
A General unking b usincss transacted
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Savings Ba.k **M-
t_*HMMMfli:___,   - -"   -tj   VVtlcclc.c.c'-  .-  e'e :i-,cied without
! mka i.odge, No, SO  M
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A, H, Ta>;
OKANAGAN      DISTRICT
A. II t. Ma
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Kniuntso/ Pythias
a nm
by the'     • • ;
LQ.LNo.
COUGH k
COLD RFMFD1ES
Lity oi  tm
. ncE
me (iniaiuini; ' •!=•• annua. *.
the week. REVISION    th. Mta-
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_ Gel ihem at the Armsirong Phi' Ihem Pure
I _ 0.1.. No. 446     Dispensing done by a competent chenii;'
Wc have the best appointed drt - ihe Valley.
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Masonic building Armstrong
Bums' Toilet Luxuries
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City of Enderby
R. R. Burns,
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ol OClf
. Uvea ing
clii lire *******
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5000 r*ffS.
The CmilMI, CoM-Coppr lliecovvty ol thr Age la in I.C
BIG FOUR CONSOLIDATED COLD MINES, Ltd.
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YoatiR Mm i     Leak.
Lcirn Tcl«,,rephy
a   R   Aiaoeeimg. ■
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have now in
Stock a line
e
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^H	
''    Dobson
I and ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Ih» Mon. lahool el Ttlrpttpky.
Ue.e.cil    N,.l..*'
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Farm  lor Salt,
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We!
of Specials
in VISITING CARDS
TO  Ll IE POPULAR   DEMAND
Call and see samples and get prices
' attend n and workmanship.
MAIL   ORDER
DEPARTMENT,,- 0
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THE EDENOGRAPH, ENDERBY, B.C., OCTOBER 18, 1905
A. FULTON
TINSMITH & PLUMBER
Enderby   -   B. C.
dr-
Stove pipes and all kinds of furnace fittings,
Bath tubs and sinks.
All kinds of repair work promptly done.
Hi • i || wing in i iov snaps we have on our
Enderby Land List
27   530 ici       oven mllea Irom Enderby.    250 acres
iiii cash.   Estra good house and barns.
Located on river near coal mine.   $20,000
17 157 acres. 5 1-2 miles (rom Enderby. 36 acres
cultivation. Good house, stable and other building, all
...i workable.   $-1,700,   One-third cash.
18 160 acres 8 miles irom Enderby, 12 acres under
cultivation, 35 mile ol lance, frame house aud barns, watered by creek,   $3,000.   Part ash
16 One hundred ind (orty-nlne icres. twelve miles from
i; /, eighty acres cleared, located on river, lair buildings,
stock and machinery goes with place.    Price, $4.700; half
cash.
Ttu enly Und Ajenl who rsveia   J~\,   p,   H_,__
» Okanagan Valhy.      A Ei HW-E _..,!„„., Hom, Atol„
fcr: -. rt-jn ■r.oaMW cast zja
Take a Look
AT OUR  TOOLS
We have a very complete line and  our prices   will
suit you.     Come In and see.
THE HARDWARE STORE
R. P. Bradley - Enderby
i.* -Micm
THE "ANDERSON "
S5SR FOR.CE PUMP
Will | .mo double lhe tntount oi waicr wnh ont
hill the power ol any ether: and rut, so easy that
a little child can tcciate IL II well U it loo deep
lu opacity la: No. 2,1000: No. I, 1500. No.
4,2000 gab. per hour.
It yat trait tlw but i-tmMheMtsiy «• •• dare pump
•   , I ii <n The ANDEKiON.  C ve
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•ant u Mr tanker   I'll i,it tattttactsry *t
will nmatt it si »ai I -«ii esperae.  We have made to
peapMtMii lor yean aid never had a pump eane tart.
-_..». MANAGER
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VERNON.   BC,
KAIL ADD TIE.
A |.t«).«-l i- •<**** lh'
nut**)* .-i linen   wnh   iih»*   >.f
I     .   ,   ... as 10 ,-'. ical  llltrlrt wilh
lt,)Va,|w ' I
nitv.ai apirea lewrtitjr ww^M
iIhm llw nala llw "lleiifi -.1 m»'i
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B. C. vs. Ontario
For the first time In the history of lhe Northwest,
British Columbia has entered seriously Into competition
With Ontario in the markets ol which the distributing point
. may be, a com-
!: the i ■'• o pr jvinces
•s, naturally
in business,
llw* mall    ii . ■ •   Mr IM
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eirafc, e*.,ii „,, Mcaa
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' It «.« lt.«
-WlliM lee   . I
is Winnipeg, and, ungracious as tl
parison between irult growing moth
Is ineviiable.
Ontario, as the older of the tv
looks upon British Columbia as nt
and has scarcely yet properly appreciated her lusty young
rival. British Columbia, in the full knowledge of having
the experience of the Pacific suites, and of being untram-
meled by prejudices a half century old, looks upon Ontario
as somewhat " old fogey" in her methods of working; and
there Is some truth In lhe criticisms of both. Wllh reference to the area that may be devoted to fruit growing, Il
is useless to make a comparison. There Is enough land
In either province available fjr fruit growing purposes, and
in every way adapted to It to supply the needs ol the
whole Dominion for some lime lo come. The difficulty Is
not at all In suitable land, and those who do not go In for
fruit growing Ihis year need not be ai all afraid but that
there will be plenty of land next year quite as suitable for
fruit growing purposes. There Is however this difference:
The soil and environment of Ontario make It possible for
the farmers of lhls province to turn their land to many
different uses. The people of British Columbia are mare
circumscribed, and. their laud being eminently suitable
(or fruit, and a large market biting available just al their
doors in lhe Northwest Territories, It Is altogether likely
that fruit growing will become more of a specialty In
British Columbia than In Ontario. Indeed, this Is the
case already, and diiicrences In methods are traceable to
the fact lhat fruil growing In British Columbia Is a specialty
For the same reason we may expect larger plantations in
British Columbia than In Oniario. The Ontario apple
grower (or Instance will, for the most part, also engage ln
grain growing and stock raising. He will ccntluue his
farm of 100 acres or m.>re, with ilve or len acres of orchard as an incidental feature. This probably explains
the (act that In British Columbia the methods are more
advanced on the average. Clean culture Is the rule.
Systematic and regular pruning, spraying and, strangest
of all, the regular thinning of (rult at an early stage, forms
a regular part of the orchard routine.
In the matter of marke'.lng another element enters Into the comparison. The market for the largest portion o(
the Oniario fruit, umil recently has been the local market.
Varieties, packages and methods all conformed to Ihu
conditions of this • On lhe contrary, lhe Ixal
market In British Columbia is small, and from the very
outset t ie distant market has been catered to. Hence
the packages and methods ol packing are entirely different (rom those In Ontario. 1 do not regard thc usages ol
either province as Inexcusable; nevertheless, 1 ihlnk thai
both provinces would benefit by learning from each i
I cannot help thinking thai the packages used by Oi
(or the local markets might with advanrage be used lor
the local markets ol British Columbia, and I am perfectly
certain that Ontailo will never secure her fair share of
ths distant market trade until she adopts the Western
packages and methods of packing.
In the matter of varieties the question of climate, as
well as the question of market. Is taken into consideration
though there arc some vaiielies that are favorites In built
provinces. For Instance, In apples, cur Northern Spy,
the King. Spltzenberg. and Mcintosh Red will Illustrate
how universal a good variety may be.
Springing out ol the th it frul) growing In British
Columbia will be largely in lh ha of specialists. It
seems to me probable that British Columbia will lead Inasmuch as cooperation and c'ducation is much easier under the conditions to be found there. No doubt In Ontailo
Irult growing will be specialized to some extent, and to
this we may look for rapid improvcm-m
In the matter of profits. I do not Ihlnk there Is much
to choose between lhe two provinces. Thc farmer who
is exclusively a fruit farmer will llnd that, though hi
Ills are In certain years much greater than th ae ol a
mixed farmer, ytt his losses other years are corr-
Ingly great, the net result being that profits are even' 1 up
For the man of smali there Is no doubt that mixed
larming. a featur ing. is Ihe safest
business.   The man vi mure on the
more hazardous occu; . ,       , .-^clusivrtly.
A M :.
Fruit Division. Depariir.cn! of Agriculture.
LUMBER. MAY ADVANCE
Enderby Flour
Never send out of town for what Is made as good as
ihe best In lown     In   i|,  rtli • h n   In I • Irl is you
are supporting yourself and thei    h makethetown
These are our brands:
Model's Besl, Hungarian, hviniei', Three Star,
Drii-  El   SN   ,'..  A.- '. rXX.
Whi •■ Si eaf, Sui (e   ■  ■•  W    a Wheat
Patronize ItPo Home Mill
The Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd. Enderby.
Harness-maker and Repairer, Trunks.
Valises.   Etc.
1-NDKRBY
An  important meeting of the Mountain  Lumber
Manufacturers' Ass.,,!, Revel    • • last
week.   There was considerable discussion about th
eral conditions, which hav       ■  in  ll  iciory I r
.ippllc
)l the a
interests.
I ma; il
time. ' ii lh'
short supply
It was decided to ap|
■j n, wh.   Ill li .• ■" hi
ticularly grading of lumber ..:
and J G. Billings wis appoln'' . pr
P. Wells, ol Palm er, is ihe man slal .   - thc p
While there is no Increase in | rlci    11
the pn   nl ; ■,       III be strictly
■    ' .     ' 50.000.000 'eel In the 1905 11 dud
intalns hs ed, ll I ex| i le I that \
materially advance vithln the next 60 lays.—
C-mmercial.
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J. W. EVANS.
FRUIT TREES
My Spring-delivery orders are all in.   When you are
preparing for Fall-delivery trees, write mc.   I represent the
Nurseries of Stone & Wellington, Toronto,
quality of the trees sent out by these nurseries is
as near perfection as scientific growers can make It.
E. A. CHAPPELL, Enderby
BKICKS
BRICKS
Bricl
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Bl  CKS
! RICKS
The best clay In the Valley.   Well b.irn'. bricks at reasonable
prices.   Large or small quantities.
1tTe Enderby D.ick a* Tile Co.
FashionableTurn-outs
We are now In our new Stables where everything Is spl I
span.   Rigs and Saddle Horses aUays at mmand.
Stalls and feed ready (or your hora "IMI St
MATTHEWS & EVANS ENDERBY
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Advertise
ENDERBY
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advert i
Do you want it kn wi a-- a district i
progress!*-
alive ani an*i js lo e*pi It n"s mai
dustrles ?
II so, back up your local ,
serve your interests all ll
with an occasional paragi
.; lhe all-Important, sensational city
How many of y ,•
hear of Ih ping
All of Ihem foi
brofc'
Information ihen     .   have been
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See our windows       \
\   Ladies' K ady-to-wear Goods
Doings in Enderby
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Jur.
Enderby   Trading Company
Scissors
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Y iu have heard 11 lhe SMILE that won't come oil.
You may HEAR ol the COUGH lhat w n't c ime
It's the Cough we're after
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just a word abo.it Xnwis
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Real Estate, Insurance,
Mining and General Land Agents
PROMPT  AND  CAREFUL       /£=SV
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BUSINESS  ENTRUSTED
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uniform Impression, change d
type, touch, speed, manifolding
tabulating, durability, portability,
key-depressl n, papei
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is superior io all olht-t
miters In every other .;   lal
feature.   A Hammond must be
be appreciated   It is
lar and away ahead of an)
typewriter made	
THE  HAMMOND   llliwii;.!
COMPANY
Toronto. 4} /drleect-   Mi, N I E«at,
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M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
3010 We;,.;
B. C.
B. C. Grown Stock of Fruit
and Ornamental Trees
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in the way ol nature'.- provisions lor home-Hie.
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Wilh Which is Incorporated THE EDENOGRAPH
Volume 2.   Nui.'i
UDERBY. B. C, NOVEMBER 1 0. 1905.
. $2 .\ Year
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Quality is Everything
. Announcement .
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O.'.mg lo 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 lhe firm
name of Harvey & Dobson.
I am glad to take this opportunity of thanking my numerous clients for their generous sup-
I • I in the past, and trust lhat you will extend to
the new llrm an equally liberal share of your esteemed patronage In the future, which theycn
their part .vill make every endeavor lo merit.
Yours faithfully,
HENRY W. HARVEY
LATE    PERSONAL    ITEMS.
Dr. Vu ■     iwtsuplront Arnuti ng
D. Cameron moved oul (n Thura-
by I  hla hon i : up lhe
W. H. Hill came In on Saturday lo
enjoy  I day's shoaling,     li-
slay iway I
The proprietors cl tli- King Edward
H   te|    .!■■■    ■ e,    I,','
Miss Houghton ti
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al Endarl
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and twenty-live sit down to supper.
Mr. and Mrs. Shanirn Mi tar their
' home In Bolutvain. Man., the latter
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to Enderby. lhe guests of Mr. an 1 M i..
R. P. Bradley.
.in a two weeks'   survey
'1 Lake country.
was lor the purpose ol lore feasible route tor the
Inderby lo lhe lake.   This
. em ii    And m i    e'er, tho dcvteLji-
i>.'-nt J a rich i.c't. ii A country  re-
Many .aoitli-rs have- ,-
but are  discouraged by the
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The proposed road   Url
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; lhat road and also to I
ss men.   Tho stoi
ed a heavy loss ol good roa
"passable nature tf h
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Look
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Cheap Lumber
What do you
Think of this?
and Dimension Timber, from S8 to $10 per M
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N vember 8. hy ft
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liittily cams in on Mcaniay It 11          byterfinci
Hall.   The dale luted Is D<
led Enderby wo or three yci.' '"■ is Jusl • ni '
and hu returned to nuke In
Mil residence here. I here will be tar sale a'
Chilllwack will have a water. ******
SI2 ner M >,*ii9** 'wf5''e *** ***  '     ****** ' a       '
" Lasi week the bylaw to gram ah arved ind II a I
from $15 per M. up dine to lhe Elk Creek Cu.. *» ' ''
.i Iree.
Dry B  id
Shlplap,
Flooring, C lllng, Siding,
ned by i large ma]
t -   Any olher Information .vill be furnished on Inquiry at will be got tram Elk Mb, umt three    Ed. Hamp led on Mondi
our ollice.   We respect:-.;lly solicit a share of your patronage, mitea imm th« town. ..aiwh-r-i  . n unit-.
which will have our earelul attention, j. _.ai. (,„„ ,„ tut»«_« from oUt-atnwaii   ii  eye
Iht KAMLOOPS LUMBI.i* CO.. LTD ^***'***- md mtpecti to nay h
-inter.    Siskito«t is a hail   Hli frlindi wish I
_   ling business town which is grsving|ind .very.
(Ml.   This has la-en a !■.
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Wednesday,
NOVEMBER
1905. al Sir Arthur S:<
130 II..J   i   Gill.    U   lE.-s-
Three Miks south
ce anj  13 A-,,,,, Coal.
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wheal, the yield being iiumil.tu ind;   T!'
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rancher . in •
less had a n. -
jpletidiil cicp ill round this year. Cat
I thirty Km 1. llie i, -..     Sir A'" ' ' '  ;
While  p tat ts:.   that   Weighed   three town Hie
pwitla M
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A meeting ol lhe F»>
th.- MOCK PARLIAMI   -I
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■ :'..■   I'KOGk'r.SS, !-'NI>l'.k'BY. B.C., NOVEMBER  10,  1905
the progress city Fathers
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Die  Bylaw   Rcl.tinil  lo Doi
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IerE This Week 0,allo(k,nds
and
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mips n! eur Spe" .1 1' I
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Everything In the Grocery lln and |
— \ nMilT" —~  --■-      - —■"**"*V
J. C. Metcalle     Enderby \
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Wm. i I. Whittaker,
Bank of Montreal
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ill iriTfttt   NflTiRV       Capital, ell poM up. SI4.e00.0ll0. Rest. »10,000.000
Bslseict Prow, und Urn account. S.J73.98U
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C.O.F.No 1058
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Have your .
We   nave r
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Ign y . i Christmas S uvenlr
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MAIL ORDERS
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—W I'HE PROGRESS, ENDERBY, B.C., NOVEMBER 10, 1905
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A. FULTON
TINSMITH & PLUMBER
nderby    -   B. C.
Stove pipes and all kinds of furnace fittings.
Bath tubs and sinks.
All kinds of repair work promptly done.
The following are a Itt ve cn cur
Enderby Land List
".■•ii  miles  Ir in Knderby.      250 , IM
'i.: .'ii.li     lixit i ,-    i  h ii »  nii.e barn..
'    '■ I   . ■•  :.    ,1   '   .,1 [111110       Jjc.1,' . el
17   157 icres, S 1-2 miles (rom Enderby.   36 acres
' lulllvilloit.   Good house, stable and olher building, all
11 rkible.   $1,700.   One-third cash.
160 acres 8 miles Irom Knderby. 12 acres under
ciiliie'.eii ii. 3 5 mile of fence, frame home and barns, waicr-
ed by creek,   J3.000.   Pari cash
16 One hundred and (arty-nine acres, twelve miles from
Enderby, eighty acres cleared, located on river, (air buildings,
rygon with place.    Price, 34.700.; hall
Tlte silly l.auJ Aceiit who cavern
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H. P. LEE
A. E. HA!.!-:. Eiieidiby H.ine ,\,;,
The Winter is Coming
What about that new stove you were
going to have.      We have a choice
ell   '11        '
STOVES
Ranges
Heaters
Tlte   HARDWARE   STORE
R. P. Bradley - E
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FRUIT
My Spring-delivery orders are all In. When j are
preparing for Pall delivery trees, write me. I re. sent the
Nurseries of Stone & Wellington. Toronto The
quality of the trees sent out by these nurseries is
as near perfection as scientific growers can nuke it.
E. A. CHAfPELL. Enderby
BRICKS
BNICKS
Brick:
i RICK
BRICKS
The best clay Ir. .iv. Valley.   Welt burnt bricks at reasonable
prices.   Large -. *mal1 quantities.
Tb« Ei-derby B. it k ffit» Tile Co. Enderky, B. C.
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llirir hnnru (n    their    mouthl   nfr
'*   -i tithrf lon> (.iii.ii (ban fiir.ii   Their
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About Hogs
Prime ln-nvv I; ,'.; indud.' h A", h-: • •. •),,• .\v\,]W.:,
of three hundred and five hunJiv: . thai are in
primecondltl n. Years ago h ga (this :.; • werenu
merous on the market, but fortum.:.'.. thi kind Is being
replaced by one ol lighter weight, ihe bui I . weighing from one hundred and eighty to three hundred and
fifty pounds.
When we stop to consider tli.: .1 h .; when between
six and seven months old will m 1. iln of fifty pounds
In one month, ani that during the last stagjs of feeding
necessary to produ 1 prim h ivy hog ll requires from
three to six nrnihs lo pr iduce a ■• tin i fifty pounds in
live weight, it Is apparent lhal the most popular hog on
the market can be produced with more profit than could
the hog that was most popular a few years ago. A hog
that has been fed continuously from ihe lime he was farrowed up until he weighs three hundred pounds and ls
ab ml nine months old, can" profitably beyond
that stage. Often he can he sJa with more profit at a
lighter weight and a younger age than above mentioned,
says Farm and Fireside.
The market at the present time also discriminates
more severely against the hog that ls overdone in condition. The hog thai is in greatest demand Is one thai is
smooth, symmetrical, compact, end evenly covered with
a firm layer of flesh which has a large proportion of lean
meat and not an excess of fat. This naturally suggests
the question of bacon hogs.
There are two kinds 0: bacon hogs—the E glish
bacon hog and the bacon hog of lh.' United States. The
English bacon hog of Ain-tlca Is produced almost exclusively in Canada, and ihe product Is sold principal y In
foreign markets. The bacon lug of the U. Ited Sin: s Is
of the fat, or lard, h g tpyc. and Is nn Intermediary be-
iween the fat. or lard, hog and the E glish baccn
It Ins frequently been advocated thai since Canada
is so successfully producing Ihe ring i. h bac in h g for the
English market lhat the Untied States could also produce
this kind of heg with equal success. The demand, however, for this kind Is limited: hi least, sc is claimed by the
hog raisers across the line, and say that while the tendency of the market at the present time 13 tow.tr is a
lighter and leaner animal, the change must bt made
gradually and In harm n lemands of the marl
The market demand fur hogs Is not uniform from
season lo season. In (he winter there Is a great demand
for heavy hegs. while In the summer the market demand
a lighter hog. The winter season is the packing season,
and Ihe hog best adapted to ihis service is the heavy 1 .
therefore it is but natural that lhls kind of heg should be
demanded by lhe market at this season at the year. The
hegs slaughtered during lhe summer nrnihs are used
principally for ihe fresh meal trade, and the ligh'i •
are best adapted to this putpose.
The supply of hogs on a market at lhe different seasons cf the year d jes n I m io the demand. ''
pigs are farrowed In the sptmg. By the time winter sets
in miny of them are ready to go to market in a finished
condition, and many more are sent in unfinished for various reasons, such as a lack of feed, lack of feed, lack of
ihtht. and Ihe need of money to meet pressing obligations
The result is thai light hegs and pigs are forced upon the
market In undue proporucn during the fall and winter
How Is It with the heavy hog ? Pign lhal were farrowed
In the spring have not as yet had time to develop into
heavy hogs, and fall pigs of Ihe previous year which have
not already been sold are not numerous enough to fill the
gap. This causes a scarcity cf I,' . in the late
fall and early winter. In summer: ion ..ere
versed, giving more Iv
The hog that is sent to market in the summer 'usually is
one that was farrowed In (he spring or Ihe fall 0! the pre
ceding year and has developed Into a heavy heg Light
hegs are scarce at this line, because most of theJi igs
are farrowed in Ihe spring These facia usually work together to make a narrow range in Ihe prices between
heavy and light hegs during iht summer months and a
wider range during Ihe winter m
variation in the sir
demand also has a ten:
of a certain class on Ihe ma*- . 1 tlenl 11 sup
ply lhe demand for lha! cli i-matti must
necessarily be filled by 1 . ■     These will
not command the pric; lhat tht ll ihey were sold
within their 1 vnciasi rent classes sell
on the same lev.:; 1 • .nucha-
It lowi
pticc because the •■ . gs furnished is ol a
ent char.ectcrjlhan is demanded i . i    Tl
depressing influence on the marl I Itl
lor hogs sold partiy lutalde their • in i"-. than
they wouid be ll sold ei
Bullcrmilk Is a valuablo'"-: vhenfed
1 n - kind ol ground grain s. I Mng
or ground oa'., A mixture . n made into thin
I. p ;.lth buttermilk and fed  ■ -a day giv
■    nl results *l'.en   fed  gr F if; .
.ve.r.e ; I prefer Sweet skim ;: ll ".ix'ure of gl
grains,   i neve* give i itti mtllk slcm we in
ing v,h V: grain, Ihen i: Is lep in limited ,u n'ltlei
ifter eacl .■■ •    \. n ai' ne tl     ga •, in tl
may result —Paciiic Home-
r't.-.J  -_-t»   A A*    and so get the lale:.' .,
Read OilT AOS. They should be read. H
avc you sent in your
Sub
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Enderby Flour
Never send out of town for what is made as good as
the best in lown.    In supporting home industries you
are supi  rllng .   11 ell tnd ethers who make the town
The^e are our brads:
Moffct's Besl, Hungarian, Premier, Three Star,
Drihkd Snow. A:i •■ Baker'    -XX,
Whi-m Shbaf, Superfinb, Craham, Wh :u Wm
Patronize li. Home Mill
IF* Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd.
Enderby.
Harness-maker and Repairer, Trunks.
Valises.   Etc.
J. W. EVANS,
KNDi.RBY
THE "ANDERSON"
S| FOR.CE PUMP
liili ih«|uv«rot any  •
a lulls chili! can «p>ta:-  1
lu capacity 11. N« 2, 1000. No
4. 2000 gtU. fer hour.
Henry Brain
VERNON
J
Fashionable T urn-outs
We .ire now in our new Stables where everything I
span   Rigs and Saddle Horses always al
Stalls and feed ready for your I..i><
MATTHEWS & IVANS
ENDiiRBY
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