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%£  Enderoy Progress^/
eroy
imi/   NORTHERN   OKANAGAN HERALD
With Which is Incorporated THE EDENOCKAPH
Volume 3.   Number 44.
LNDERBY, B. C. MARCH 22, 1907.
Price, $150 a Ybah
Seeds Seeds Seeds
In Packages and in Bulk.   Our seeds are seeds that
grow—and they grow bigger and fasier wnen sown with
one ol our . .   .  Planel Junior Cultivators
NOW IS THE TIME to get a Plow. Set ol Harrows,
Disc Drill.   We have Ihem all—and lhe besl.
Also, some neat Buggy Harness at the lowest prices,
A CARLOAD •>( WAGONS   and a CARLOAD   ol
BUGGIES on the way.   So please remember when you
want one. ve have lhe best
A CARLOAD of GROCERIES has ]ust come In-
■xe have now everything nice and Iresh,
" HARVEY <& DOBSON
tor..
GENERAL
MERCHANTS
ihi Ttnoato otiKiurt ron mn
n 111 ■     ii--*- ——e*
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w
HEN IN ENDERBY
SfcOP   AT.
TSa KING EDWARD HOTEL
THI   HADING   HOSTELRY  OF THB OKAHAOAH VAIU1V
Visitors to lha nortlitrn part ol lht Okanigan Valley, trheihtt
land hunting, or forpleaitu* and spoil, can do na btittr than
maka ihu homt Hint htadquaittrt Table and cuuine un
taetlled. Bar rtpltla wllh lineal wines, aptnu. Iit-utura. cigars
LARGE LIGHT SAMPLE ROOMS
HLL-SvMUaPHV
PlOeptMlitMt
W!        A    C-! !i.   >nd iihtr drinks   Wt htvt a
inCS OC Opi IIS  j,,-. • -..-Movent al all llw wel
Mown brands lo chest* Irom
Civic Business.
Tlte clly lalhtrs held Ihnt usual
weekly meeting on WeJtiesdiy evening, there being prestnt. IwsiJea tht
Mayor, Alderiiion English, Evttll and
Kenny.
Alter the mlnules ol the previous
regular and adjourntnenl meeiiitgs hade
bttn read tnd confirmed. Mr. Buckley
uutiagtr ol lhe Rogers Lumber Co..
addressed tht council wiih regard lo
the proposition of this company tc
furnish lhe cily with electric light
Mr. Buckley slated that the dynamo
which will have a capacity ol 1600
lights, waa already ordtiedand eapeel
ed to arrive In a couple ol weeks, Mr,
Buckley asked II tht council would
light the streets wilh electricity, and
ll ao how many Hghla would Ihey require. II was thought by the council
that twelve could be very advantageously placed around tewn Tat council finally promised lo bring In a bylaw at the next nitttietg tto be voted
on at lht aamt Hint at lht recitation
ground! bylaw to pant tht company
th* privilege tf ;upj.lyittg ettettie light
totheuwn, Tht company promise
to give an all nighl strvie*.
Hit Worship. In lh* court* ola lew
remarks concerning his visit to Vi .•una
laid that ht had lnl*tv!tw*d Mr. Pric*
Ellison and th* Govtmtnent In cemntc.
lion with school matttia In Endtrby.
Mr Ellison pronuttd la do ali in hu
powtr. and th* probability is that a
apodal grant e! JS.0S0 will be mad* ta
.   .-•'     • ,   -
Th* amendment lo d.g US bylaw
pat**d third reading.
Tht Rtcraatian Ground bylaw pasaed
It* aaeond reading
W Allan wrett atking ihu lh* rtad
ta hu propetiybt teoened up R«lt.i*d
lo Board cl Works
Council adjourned al 11 30.
Lata Locals
First Week in Parliament
Hymenal
MCCORMICK    WltlOHT
On Wednesday allernoon. Match 20.
Tlte debate on the Address closed
on Tuesday afternoon with a speech
by Parker Wtlllama in which host- ,11 St. Andrew's Presbyterian cliut:h.
rongly opposed Ihe agreement made Miss Ella Louise WtiKht and Mr. Wil-
with Iho Salvation Army lo bring oulj lum Herbert McCormlck were united
Immigrants to the provinct. in tht bonds ol holy nutrlmony.    Tht
The  Amended    Assessment   Act ceremony  was performed In an lm-
passed second reading. Mr. Oliver
criticised iht financial policy of Ihi
Govtrntntnl generally bui said lht Opposition would support Ihe Acl.
Mr, Hawtliomthwail'a bill to amend ihe Worknttn's Compensation Act
paased Urn reading, and Mr Oliver's
Ditches and ^Watercourses  At wu
pressive manner by Rev. D. Campbell
belore a large number ol people Mrs
J. E. Crane presided at Ihe oigan.
The bride, who looked vety pretty.
was aimed ina beautilul gown ol crtaiti
crystalline trimmed with touches ol
cream ribbon, wiih yoke and culls ol
embroidered chlllon, finished wilh silk
referred to the Municipal Committal, | ,.„,,„,, Uet,   Her v,„ M,0,wh|„
Tht following bills pasttd sectnd
rtading Act to amtnd mttrprtiillon
AcL lor licensing non residents commercial '.ravellirs: lor sale of liquors
and tobacco, licensing peddlers cut-
aid* municipal boundariu; lo incorporate lh* B.C  Veterinary Association
Wednuday in th* Legislature was
almost exclusively dttvottd to consider-
atlon ol tha conttnta ot th* taaatlon
reduction Ml at th* commltt** stag*
Cnticism wu offtred Inconntciion with
stvml Itaturts ol lh* mtasurt. Th*
govemmtnt abocoming In let strung
mtnt by th* Itadtr ol th* Soelaltila
who declared lhat lh*r* had bttn wil*
lltl breach of filth with tht small latm-
en ih'wghout th* country
Th* Ltgitlatw* wtm tntocamm-
ill** Thurtdiy alltmoan on lht Am-
etttittnl Act TalMr't prcpoted
amtndmtnta lor iptctal laaatim on
th* eamwnti wtr* laid over lor tha
.-•-•! •     .,:-'
cal objection rautd by Mr, lltndtnan
Hawibomthwait* moved lhe tteoad
rtadmg ot ih* aintndinf-ti lor lh*
Workmen* ComptmatlM Act. but
Fulttn tntriti adyoumeiiKt'   Th* act
lijen,.!^ tiai-ri in u,;*giwied
districts pusei commute* Tb* I**
t • ...    .-      •;--!.•
l» ISO a day
Tn* Endtiby Hodt*| Club will gift    On lht Acl 10 tncetperai* Uw V«i-
'a dance on Wtdiwtday evening nasi in wintry Ataocwioa ol Bninh C hm
lhe Masonic Hall   See posters
Mt, Lachmund manager ol lht
Lamb WaUon Limber Co ml-U al
Arrowhead and Kambei** wat a bus
inets visitor lo Endtiby the middtatl
lh* wee»
lull* wnh htm outlined tnhseed pttrls.
Th* only ornament wu a handaom*
sunburst brooch oi pearls, the gilt ol the
groom, Tht brld* carried a shower
bouquet ol cream bridal rosea.
Mlu Robinson, u bridesmaid, looked
most charming in a dress ol green silk,
with yok* and cuffs of valencitnnM
lact. and wot* a whltt lac* hat wllh
ostrich tuthtr.
Mr. George Ormtaby attended tht
groom u but nun, and tht brld* wu
given away by her lather,
linme'.lately after tht ceremony lh*
invited gueatt repined to lh* horn* ol
th* btidti partnti. Mr, and Mra, H.
W, Wright, whin thty ul down to a
delicious dinner
Mr and Mrs W H McComuck Itft
on iht alttrnaon train lor th* coasl,
wlwr* a shsrt hontynwon wilt btipwt
previous 10 taking 19 Ihtir rtsldtnc* tn
Kamlocpt.whttt tht groom umatugtr
tf Uw satmiP ol th* Lamb Wataon Co,
at thai place
Th* hid* u an* ol our choicest ys>wf
ttdlts Kr.magtriththugrttnigiin
ournudu. honored by young and old
alike Shthut-m bttn a bright star
inUw bom* ctrd*. and now ah* hat
gen* la rttgn in ntr own horn*.
Th* groom, loo. whirl a rettdtnl ol
lh* ntighbaing ctlyol Kamloopa.hua
wtd* aequairiianca h*rt, ind u wtll
,...,..;.,,.. gomm 1,
A hail ol good vttbtt tram t lirgt
did* d Intndi lor Uwir fututt htppt
ntsaand prosperity follow Uw twwly-
'                 and buy your Harness before
lOme    %€ Rai,e. ft. ,. Sr. ..!,-
J. W. EVANS,
ENDERBY
Now in Stock—
International Stock Food
in SOet tnd 25c ts.ktge..  in 251b ia     1
bulk. licit lb
Poultry Food
SO and 25 cl pa-kages
Hen Vermin Exterminator
25 ct packages
_Ct Enderby Drug k Stationary Co., LM.
Clill Slreel—-—     —P-O B r Tl
JAMES MOWAT
REAL  ESTATE.   INSURANCE.  MINING ft GENERAL
LAND AGENT CONVEYANCING
mu. slock. tfitaaaY. a. c.
10 lh* ntw layaW of Okanagan Centre
waa attache to Mondays delayed local
which putltd in about noon, and at a
mull «| thai tally canard amttn lh*
- .. -      . r-      .   .     -
apptared in Uw Winnipeg ftt* ftnm
tarn* weeks ago many uncwiapteanem
ary icmarka oil lh* atnouM ot mtt
tn lhe ground hete wit* heard Tht
man who wu i»ptu*tlt 1*1 such a
le.     . ■-   ;     • . .       .   ■
lor n* it a dinger 10 any community'
11 Uw iwwtfaper garbled Uw intervttw
Uwn a Itk* count ibjtfi bt pursued
with lh* repotttr and tdilar, W*
hit* fctt tf mow lh* mar* lhe better
lor the agticurtural and kimbtrtqgln
1, ;< •■ .::*.-■ ■    *..'
The Nfwi No Pur* Drug Coath
Cure Laws ttatfi be iitodtd. ilall
Co<mh Cur- »tr* Mm Dr. Shoop's
Caifti "«ii a 4 hu beti le.1 JO
years. Th* Nti-entl Uw now itquirts
lhat ll any pelttiu enter into a cough
mittuee llmiulbipnnMderanllieiibtl
or package f--t!hinu=on mslheit
and atban, sh-uM imisl an hiving Dr.
Shtwps' Cough Cut*.  Nop.iacainat.lt;
on Dr Sboop'l 'abals ar-l nam In
Mhtmed - • • muM |y b* be
00 the label    Ani it's r*l .rlyule.
but It is sad It. be by Ihsae lhal know
a trjety remtrktU* ccugh
.remedy    take r» chance.^
t children    Iraltl :n ha.erg
Dr, Stiait CcmIi Cut*. Compar*
carelu'ty the Dt Shoop ot -
■•'■   til see  No poiHii    mills
..... ....     . .
isttor.ade-.tnt'ngbr   Shaop's Ctsugh
Cure.   Snply iefu.se lo accept any
othtr     ZyM h, Endtrby   bruf and
•a-
Ua an atguratM ana*, Mr, Wittamt
cUimiiig ihtt ii tuntd to mak* **t
*raur!tt_ a doM loporatian   Th*
bail was htld over, j ******* <»upl* 10 Kimkopt, in which
Tb* nwmbtts pit.eni in iht llaus*, Tm Pmosaiss joliti.
htlda ahari unimpcriant siii.t* on    A Ito* aitay ol vakablt prtstnu at
fttdty. Thtttporu on th* Did  10 tttt the «ti**ni m which Uw young
ItoMM nanmutoni ommtrcial ira-iUta, at* htW. and will ictt* u III*
vtUtrs Is* sal* el liquiits and MtatMJtal'ntnitiitott.
atal or, tlw Act itiatmg 10 Had* bctn-e
tat m tm»gmi*i disincta wtr* adopt
*d   Th*bdtio Hoorparai* lht B C
'••    a..     /■ .• ;.«!-•
eommiltt* with torn* amend ntnla
In Iht   Uegtllttur*    Usttiay   lh*
ttymktt gat* hit decision tutiainitf
NcwsEssanca
nn
:-e   .    .
- M^r^sttrir,
e*i»*rrlattlan a«««d.twiiu. fdn.awuuh-gju, ,M lt„
lhat Ihey must be buetghl  dam by c-aamrysile  «*r*  (l»»J*d lasl week
iptcul rtwuagt lr**n llw l.sem Gov   Th* dtmig* dan* i» buHd-tfi reads
Dm  »ni<n«rciil   Trtwie*-
blptuedltstlrJ r*tdlr« A dtttiu '   "
litnJbtrkeritwnVaf^rrerfarLalml      The jUttl ol lh* Edmonton Bitftiw
ed agwul lh* miainiuriin ittanon of     "*" f™** °*i1**lmlm' *** i9
llOOOoabMds    A  dtpuUI,;n   ,|;««ra|*all»TllwanSi«ltoyii|g|il
camtrtwHI WStrrwwlh* (awtrnmefil     M  l»k-.ll. Bulgiiia.. ;•  ».
a   -.. -.     H. .-..„'*■     a'-!      ■■*■■     .—
tllsn Ol cartwrlea. Th* lumbar wdutlry ol Poillant is
Vkiom*   Much   l«ih    Today* *******>   Two tbotiMnl me.    •
tittiff wai a biitl on*, bting gitt*
Uw MtrtdiKtM ol lhr«*  tachnisal    C»*»tBi«*in*    -. ■
buia   tnamwdmcrt    ■ •*.« 0*t*itiic*l»ai«duai>
Ctult Acl,  /■ fttttbttvttthtaimmibtFir^bmy
ttriatn caatftawa aad aa act to may j,,ititi. London, wtr* d>nii«y«dbylir*
tt otdtr n cuiAcll regtrdmg ptabat* on Saturday monwf lau
M
Our ttjutt statk ol Genu hais ha. CONVtN» m "***»
ailited Cttttt ttii select on* al lh?     The tl •   • ■ •    .
.jesatltarrt. ......
will be heie] bete tm Thu* < .
If ytsH -I »•!• 25*1. C•'.'"..'r A. Ih    ,,    ,   ,,-»^,     Repcrtt tf *R d*-
'itr tijrk tiTlbipiatmitd
andHarteyk Dobson tr* sot* *ffnb  ^ seerral imlr .      ■
Trunks and suit aw** at* chttp *i read A large atie.rala-.-e j« f-vegatu
Hartty It De,- 1* anltdpattd THE ENDERBY PKOOKESS _ NORTHERN OKANAGAN HERAW.
THE PROGRESS
\l   '. H FRASER.
• Jli    SUIS   PRIT."
Ptblllhtd aa'i    :
Iht
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. , luttoti.
■.   *.   ■ t ■ ae      Mil     '*.
lltnt lent il uol laieaaaeetiie
. , ,     ..-leaet art
., ,.   , I Ihl  putlttl.tr
W. P. GOOCH
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I'l'.Tl'.R   Bl'RNl.T
riNlON it PROVINCIAL
ft MI
Dr.C.W.Croa*,
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ENDERBY    -    B C
LO.L.No.446
to counteract  tills mode   of
ll ^ certain sections of the
country at lhe expense ol oth-
iCIS.
Comparisons are odious at
all  times,   and   even   if lhe
nl ..   i ito was
the i :■     11 ••-■. i ba I
tt •    rt the pari   I thai paper
print It,   ii one were to print
all ihe adverse criticism heard
anent '.he Press's home town,
they would be kept busy.   But
in; ! ol "knock-
Ing," ■     is lo I illow such a
course, and we leave that lo
those who think It legitimate j
business.
In conclusion, xe would again:
- id  the  editor of  the
Press to the study ol one ol the
idlt rials In an early Issue oil
I re ths needolcre-
.... in Spirit." lor j
he seems to be lar from being,
Imbubed with it.
Church Services
S- George's Chui i
Holy Communion:   lat. and 4th
Sundays In the month, II t.m . 3rd,
and 5th Sundays In the month, 8 a.m.,
•   Days at 6 a.m.
Ev«n Sunday, except tint
Ihi m nth, ll a.m.
Litany:   Jrd. and 5th. Sundays In
ih, II a.m.
E    laONO: Every Sunday, 7 30p.m.
Also on Fridays at 7.30 p tit.
Suiiuay  School    F.veiy   Sunday.
10 a m.
Hour Baptism: by arrangement
Mission ok S. John the Evangelist, Salmon Akm.
StRVicas:    2i !   Sundiy  In   tlte
month. 11 ei in
K.
/chnon VatiAnua
Vicar
The Housewife's Delight
Is a Cup of Delicious ant] Rtfrething
"ttuur
TEA
l'..l..1 rn Scaled 1.aJ Piclecti to Procrvc it. Many Excillcnt Qualittra
At All Grocer.
Correspondence
A
A. I'. & A. M.
ii  . Ill
.     .    -
lh . district and
-   thaij
unthinking in-
11   - a-niolk   might
eejnt   lieedlule
lht ptople   art very
tuch an appointment j
unis but lor
lhal t .eryone would t
ee tvtrv year t
Method-: . Church
Divine  services every Sunday al
7.30 p.m,
Sunday School and Bible Class at
2 30 p.m.
Prayer meeting, Tuesday, at S p m.
A. N. Mn.ua. Pastor,
S:. Andrew's Church
Services at 11 a.m.   Sunday school
MS   Rev. D. Campbell. Pastir.
1.0.0. F.
Kit***,* l.odji'   1*0  SO
I. a  ■•
Note* .!'!•! CommenU
The e I'cn'.iClon-,
Press In the current luue ol;
thai journal, excels himseli for
an exhibition ol meanness of
spirit and narrow-mindedness
In its efforts to boost Itsosn
invidious   comparisons
T.er places in the Okana
gan have appeared In lis col*
ime to Ume—and
.,-  ten   :.iiei ic
tloi r. ol the
•
ike   li   ■-
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f unchalleng
Vnt iii
r
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I ar* our own
-
•    An  i .
al an rilettdtr atom*
every psirpT-s*. and as an.-
.,-,   • •*. t-  .- -. .   • ■
oceurenc*. even if Hi- •
th* Ilu* It would not pay I ■
hit porridge Think ol tht ptopl* who
would have to lay their pitta aside and
let the hawkt. skunks, and caret** go!
Why thet pests alone would get away
with mete Kline in a Year than do lh*
tiespv -• .   nt laws,
.tgecal
.     . •       . -     •
SCORED ANOTHER
WONDERFUL VICTORY
9a* Nor* Added to tht Lena Lltl tl
Cam tile.iret ley Psychlat.
Tt.ia ...in-.ej laely, >bollveaIn IImwih*
vill'-,iHallM >»!-i' - e'i.e ll alter..WO
it.et. in a tew efftrllva wot It e.l I.■ -« el.o
le    11   II..'   tvllll.l*
|..,.'.| wcakiwatitdilliaaati
I lave It thet.lt IS|e       -   e .,    , ee. I, .lift
I«„>,«.. I .   .
,,    .„    le.etvl but
nt     ,.,,t
Hold Us Responsible for
MOFFETS BEST FLOUR
We would like you to try your lirat sack ol "BEST" whtn cooking
a "junction dinner.'' Tliat'a when you'ra critical ol Hour quality. It'a
then "BEST" will tell your good (udgment how vtrygood a Hour It Is.
WE KNOW "BEST" TO BE THE ONLY FTOUR |ustl-
lying ils name and filling lis claims on Ihe market. We know how it is
nulled. In lact. ve take more care In selecting and nulling our wheal
than seems tioce.aary lo ether millers.
TITc Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd].. Enderby
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Bank of Montreal
Capital, all ptM up, tl4.4O0.00O. Kilt. SIO.uOO.OOO
tklinae Prota. are* Leu KteuM.. tel.'.tm 11
lltAta  OrriCS.   MONTKKAL
II *   Petsttei.1. Refet Hat I rt I Stiitlt'sniinl Mttnl Rtyii 0 C M 0.
I'm Inl, Sir Cti. A. Drummtnd L. C. M Q
• I rtUdtal   E. S, Cliieiiait
A General Banking   btttintaa irotmAti
Mwani Allele tt--
Savings Bank
• *?..
I ..a alee a. a.: twinta it. Ihl UtutaJ Stitaa teuteya ani. aaaaa.
. .-lw.ur>c Ailin md Dawson City
DeMrtmanl. "i'""""^
ap! entltttt l.iaaetel It tulllt.l tttla
WHM. aaalt et leeueid «ltl».1
Miy.   Rtt.ai.itt ate! C-euatty He*
•• ■ ,   ,-.' ,.-• ..-..» -i ••{• .a;
. linu.   St'   . a:-itl     i »te. la tl-.e la-     •;     Ma.    ta a  ■
.<   - .Marts,
OKANACAN      DISTRICT
0 A HmDtatM, Minipt. Vntan
K»Y ARMSTRONG KELOWNA
tyltr. Stb-Ap.   E .S.V.McCiitlMk SakAfi    P. DtiMoiilln. Stab A|i
11 Ilea
-
....   ., a i'-t
I'll I vl: l.s«tt«* it..-}- know fr>e„ ea|.-r-
• In tl Ihey havi a mi* fe.et.l
a.e-l ,Ire,.-,..( f.t.l.ee.r ia a Wun-leltetl
|.«.ef. |.ellli.iinr Hie 11 -tf. ilrlillig ■ -it
,. a ..,.■..... a|.|eil..<
Hun itl iwlitiiUileen of (.eel.
aie I .. a |.«<e„» i-i I alx.1,,1.. nne t.er
<li.ea.ee >.l lbt-H\. rl.e.1, Ititic*. e'.e.tteael,
ail'l e.tl.e-r ...(Mu     ll ,|Uie'lly huilila ll|>
...    ... nukinc rick peuple
well an I nil ■ .-ratif
-.:*,
■
anting out t
Bilious Every
Three Days
^m?>r*\,
_\^.?i_
(PRONOUNCED SI-KILN)
i . ..'•• ai a'ldnaajetiit hiv aad |i 00
■ or ' I' T A SI...mt Utieltr-I.
•e   ITO Kill,!*! IV...   I
lit Krmt't K     "» lllhart a eatrre «e,.|
-  j , lt.ee timaiiett.. Ilti|i,r.
Urin  iee llee tta. k an<l all fe.fttl.
>.f Ki.li.ea 11 a  <    ttr per l-t, it ill
.leale-
City    Barber   Sliop
IS :        e ' CE FOR
A NIGH CLEAN
SMOOTH   .  SHAVE
Bei; I-    •
Hume-Grown
Trees  fc Shrubs
FOR OKANACAN
PEOPLE
Apply io F.R.E.deH ART
KELOWNA NURSERIES
KELOWNA • B.C
SO VIAM'
■KKirntriOt
Seeds    Trees
Plants
NO Seedleu Plums. NO hlltts
Applei, NO Cobliu Com. - |usi old
reliable vaiieli*a al reuonable pticea
Fertilliers. Be* Supplm.Spray Pumps.
Sjttaying Material. Cut Flowers. *tc
Oldest esiabluhtd ttutseir on Ihe
mainland cl B. C.   Catalogue tree
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
CmnheuiM and Set* Houiet
VANCOUVER B   C
PS-It your local merchants do
not handle my seeds, tend ditect V. t
prepay lilly paek«U. assoiied varieties
ol garden seeda In Sc papers Heated
stock i. to your nearest Pott Ollice tor
JI.00, twenty packets lor SOc.. Hill
ttlleclion.
„« e... tfttM .... n l.iPe^i.ieli
r.,.-.-. i.i.   "> Bt mB •<• ree«„
r,. ,,e. i,,. •ie....ta_ja«.iaiea
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SETING MACHINE,
tour* ttattna
HIOH Ottbl.
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companies in ibe Valley"'
■ in lhat perhaps •
ii ts true ll
• ioes nol seetn   >«
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ITS ADVANTAGES can lh:
J. W. Bacon's
"Perfection"
Biscuit and
Cookie Pan
. |* e Baking Pan which will petmlt the
,•        -I aiei lite lite  twtlctll
II with lh--        Ith*  •*      Tht arliclto i
and also by I I el th* fan
I pan With I IVaWl means wlitteb/ j
•„'l en ran ■ .: lht pan from the oven, i
thlCh can b3 UStd lor CO k.ng many kinds ;
,: e   ,-       kees. etc.. when liking
be readily seen by ever/
lean i-.e. Tnr
City Rights for Sale by J. W. BACON,
ENDERBY.   II t
S twc
Money
PLANT GUARDS
• » device f ^
it worms, eic
protecting all
Any number
by buying thlt
relilblte, li tern,
hlgll trade tttt-
i..: niadiinc.
STRONOLST CL'AUASTEE.
National Sawing Machine Co..
SAN rRANCISCO. CAI.
factor ; At MLvtueae ill !■
THE ENDERBY PROGRESS & NORTHERN OKANAGAN HERALD.
SALMON ARM
Weekly Budget ol Interesting   News   and Doings  ol  that
Thriving District, Irom our Regular Correspondent.
Will Establith Creamery    I    Ma lei  Arthur Wilcox arrived on
Tho Salmon Arm Farmers Institute I *"********■
held a special meeling Filday after- S. F. Coleman ol Winnipeg who
noon Ihe 15th ol March. Mr. Logan ***■ *"">" Inspecting BC Fruit land
Dairy Commissioner for B.C. was, lor the past few weeks has puichased
present to discuss Ihe question ol the j-*o lint properlies Irom McCallum
organlilng ol a Creamiry  here.   It I *** Wilcox.
was finally decided ts lorm a Creamery
Company here, and the meeting appointed the following Board ol Directors:   President.   J. '•'•'    McCallum;
E. W. Scales and ft. H. Roberts
ol Vlrden. Man. came In lasl week
and Intend making their home on the
propeity recently purchased Irom '■'•'
Secretary. R, Turner: Dlrectots, J. D.: J. Wllcoa. They expect their lamllies
MeCulre. W. J. Kew and Jas. Evans' along in a lew days.
Alter the meeting had ad|ourned^ Mrs. Drosne lell lasl week on an
the directors met togerher and passed extended trip lo the East taking In
The lollowlug resolutions: Winnipeg.   Virden and    Mellla.  In
Thai the Salmon Arm Creamery bes Manitoba, where she will spend iwo
capllallied lor $5,000.00, and   issue or ihre* months visiting her relatives
live hundred shares at   $5.00 each.
Thai no   shareholder have  more
than fifty shares.
and friends.
Rheumaticsullerers can have a iree
sample ol Pi Shoop's Rheumatic Rem
Thataa soon aa twenty-live  per *dy with book on Rheuntailsm by simple
r.r. At A, ...»l i. ...k...ik»i i„. .1,.' writing Dr. Shoop, Raeln*. Wis, This
ctnroflhtatocklssubicrlbtdforiht,^^ f ^ ^ _f  g
company lakes out incorporation pip. i Rh,u„utlc R,m,_y auecewlully drives
era. Rheumatism out ol Ihe blood,   Thia
Thai each share represent a vole remedy is nol a relief only,   ll alma la
in Ihe election ol otllcer*. ******** ***** *******}* cl Rh*-"»»e
T, „_„ ._. .,„i, ,. ,ja . I poisons, and then Rlitumaii.-m mu*.l
That aa soon as the stock is sold a. ^ J M^ da(h   ^     ^
mtellngol the shireholders be called* Drug,nd siatunery Co,
lo elect a Board ol directors, pass by-1 —       	
lawa, tie. ' „r aaa-t 1      *    s
IF IT'S IN OUR AD.    IT IS SO
WE AIM TO PLEASE EVERY PURCHASER
At the close ol ihe directora meeting I
to show thtlr faith In tht project
they luhscrloed lor deven hundted
and lllleen dollaia 'Sill S.OOl ol shares,
Jat, Evans wu appointed to solicit
subserintlcn* for shares, and there Is
every reason to pelleve that the whet*
live thousand will be subscribed lor
In a lew days.
ll Is proposed lo build lit* creamery
at Palmer's Cretk, this being a central point, with a good supply ol wtter,
W. Palmer hu offered to lupply p:w«r
and light at small coat.
W. Droane is soliciting subscriptions
lor the shares ol th* Salmon Arm
Farmers Exchange, and no doubt wt
Home Circle Department
S'mpla Thoughts ta I'.iy Fill Item tht
I ■ ■ • ,   la      Pitaai.ll I ."e. t r.
vtrttt ol tniitttting Rttdint.
»-, t  -      41
There It but little doubt thai
good humor Is a priceless boon.
ll Is the oil that smooths many
a rough place In Hle.whlch ether-
wise would be rough sledding.
A man who can smile at misfortune and the mistakes he has
made In lile. and has the courage lo correct them and work
maniully lo make amends, has
that In him which deserves success In the end.    Ill humor
wiiihavebothaneachangeand eream- sulks In Its tent. Thesunncver
ery in operation within a very lew] shines bright enough to drive
weeks
The new Restaurant is mating
completion, and will bt open lor busineu within a few days.
Mr. McLeod and family ol Portage.
Man., arrived on Monday, and are
miking a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Rumbles. Mr, Mcleod li brother lo Kit.
Rumples,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Meelands sptnt lh*
HARNESS
THERE are jufl two kinds of Harness--lhe poorly sewn, shoddy
kind, that falls to pieces while you are driving to town;  and
the solid leather kind that Stands the left of time and a two-foot
fir stump.
We handle the beSt goods that can be procured-made especially for the heavy work of the western ranch and lumber
camps, and our prices are very reasonable.
Good Soil! Road Harness, without breeching, $30.   With breeching. $40.
Extra Leather Road Harness, with Yankee breeching. $40.
Heavy Genera! Purpose Harness—lhe best made—without breeching, $41.   With
Breeching. $52 k 55.00.
Extra Heavy Lagging Harness. 50.00 and 52.00
Fancy Trimmed Demu._r.it Harness. *lth Yankee breeching, $40.
Single Buggy Harness. Si2.00. $1800. $20.00. $22.00
Fine Rubber Trimmed Single Harness, $29 00.   Single Democrat Harness. $2900
A Complete Stock of Harness  Accessories and Repairs, Saddles, Whips,
etc., always on hand.
I McCallum & Wilcox, arm
i
aaiF-i
away the clouds ol gloom which
continually surround It It has
a snap and a snarl for any who
may attempt lo point out a
belter way or oiler a crumb ol
comlortin case o! re.-l need.
Good humor rises lo the occasion and meets mlslortune wilh
a smile, however much the
heart may be pained, forgetting
Its own heart pains by lending
greater part of lh. wttk tl lh. coast h(md ,0 ,ho$e ,„.    ^^^
renewing old *cua.ntanc*s ** Van- Cood humor,.   , ,_„ ,
couver.Uklnglnth.Ne«Weslmiittt.r 5,ronglower ^tn ,he p^.
Fair and attending to several items d eMOr may llee togalher strength
business.
Mr. and Mist Bailey, ol Nanton
Alia., ate visiting at th* honie d
John Ruth and looking up Iruli and
tinge lands lot their people who taped to uttli here this spring.
Mrs McCallum relumed fromSpo
lor a renewed battle .villi difficulty and danger. Good humor
Is simply Inclncible A man
who laughs at misfortune and
sets his (ace bravely to do the
right as God has given h'm to
see ll Is worth more to Ihe
ktne list week, where iht spun; world by far than the snarler
tevenlweekl visiting her daughter.' who selS do*-n amid a broken
She reports having had a iwiendtd'. fortune to bemoan his late and
holiday. ! make life a wilderness cfwoe
A very ei)oyable evening wu spent j for every one within hailing dial-
in tht Presbyterian Church Thu'sdiyjancc.
mgdt when   the   membeis ol   the; ,^ -•- ■■-
Christian Endeivrt pul tn a ralhei *■• 1rQ||{*Y StOP6
unique programme consisting ol songs! etUIV J   \M  ta*
choruses, recitations, readings and a! SALMON ARM
short one acl play anlllled The Ghost. c*n tM St* the t».t Mere, tr* tkmt,
aitd •e.ir.flifd Ute. i-al.- f tl n -I *l ■«■ ttort Had tkt OfapaiL Store it Te*n
audience wllh  dainty lunch   baskets g  ^  LAWRENCE
containing ihe "unnecessanes" ol life-,
•ud still more dalnly damsels who
quickly disposed of Ihe grub and Ihe
heart ot their partners, loo I Eve io
Ihe fore as usual I
For catarrh, let me send you Iree just
lo prove merit a Trial site 8m of Dr
Sho-eps Catarrh Remedy. II Is a
tflOW white, creamy healing antiseptic
Mm lhal gives inMant relief to Catarrh
I Ihe i » and Ihroit. Make Ihe Iter.
laal Uld see Address Dr. Shoop. |
■■> it. '.'i ; a.ge jars 50'etils Sold
•ly Dttej. and S'aflonery Co    '
3 Powerful
Instances
OF Z\MBttK$ WONDERFUL
BBuna.
I «'ir  fl-r   lltlM   |-.,»".f.|l   ll..lfll|.ra
..1 it., rati*) waya in «teir|. Baa.
ll.ti lh" Brat ftriba* Latt..  l> >l.-ine
tie.*!  l|..,„ttfl,e»...   It,r  lt.....|ni'en    I.B.a
,.,ei ,..i rnjoytd lit ie.er.rni '
Caby Cared ei Ecaema.
M.a   I,   T» i.     ol   line   11 I.
Man. ta>« -   i till awter t"* wllh
eail /aee. little til tier hOOja, B« I Lev.
Ihwonghlj proved i'    n eared Irrl
.ft'lUC   efl-le   «e,e| .    .   "-efl  <>||   ,ee-    ' ..
I,rl   .le.iieB   Inelllnt       Whr.r  Ihtn
a-r llMim ll >' l.e.a'iin'elr a, |l
|e,«|. itirt nne and Injortra la area
el-e|.,lle   ,l».t  lltl.r
Ttodden on by a Hoitt—Bad Bi tint
si-   n i-.iii.mttit. <>t Bprlai
layi      I let"- platted thnt Xart-tluh
i«» eitroardtiar]  tatrll      t    »«
it«*e.i.M   .. '•   a i ■-«.• ud .ee   fn*
-.«.   all   lelale    »'   I   «».>HrH
It "ler IWltl »«.* ... »-.'l
\ fr« tppllrallnei nt ?nm ll-ik Bird
Ihe lain aad M-twinM thr ili«,....«
ileeti Tier l,r.t via. «ta,n all (lit.!
Uttl,    I. I. a «...i'l- ilul leal...
Rinamg Sole Healed.
M      •    I   tl..Hrn  ,,l Manual  Ht
w   Hamilton U   lllll* ttin
e a i a rut '     let trhl-t.
eel  l-.a*l...t.t   Wllh
in • i.« tayt -■' irylng /.am tt.ik
Ihr.r   ira.   a   .|e.ei,,.t   ltn|.ra,,rliiai.t
aad lhe «-.rttn.l It n«* ..ttinirirla
te...'. 1     I ' a - ■  mt I .'
• • in..!
THE BANK or HAMILTON
Capital paid up e S2.SC0.000 00 Reserve Fund   ti.MO.000.00
ToUlAsttU:   JM.000.000.00
Hon. Wu Gibson, President
Hat* Office I HttMHoa J. TureMI. Ctneral Mtiwgir
100 Ofticei Throughout Cauda
A g'tt"tal banking business transacted.        Ranchers' Notts Discounted
Coilecliona mad*.    Draft* sold, payable at all points in Cauda
and th* United Slates.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT   : epoiiu ol Cn* Dollar
i- ! ... .a- :   -i - .--! i   :   Direst C -.■; --  It i -,«e, ) :,; ;1i|;
Salmon Arm Branch:   " w SMITn
PAIN
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Nynetiitef
Ctnatiae Momattet* a.|ul.Uoaa
aa^liy ... . I tnda etlhta lit
ft. .a. Iw -.,. rlmtat, CilamlM. miy
tt kaiMratM lay it,; pemn «!•»» ikt
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•• ■    I'tttttol  >'   114,1.11.
•        ......
■ • pert   . . ti tat
.   . .......    .1  1 ,|„
Dr. Shoop's
Hecdache
Tablets
The Enderby Drug . Si.il'y Co.
.■ -A
I      .,
Jackson & Parker
BirsMersfc
Contractort
SALMON APM
;     Btata
a c
Plansand BttllMltl Ftif.i;h"d
+
Ran link   I*  *«   dlhnnvi'1     ■ 1 ■
i-.li '.-aim    li •- (untfoandt i * n •
mtil;   t<-'a!  *   -M'f«i.     %XiA    ttxtft
(Brume j''* (Owoi MviBiinftit.
bralfn miu ■■■*- »* Ml li *h**
mr-    rhniiMtlsoii *'i«*iia. nvnttl'
«M   *ml   rflbhrt   w**!!   In  <•
rhK-l   in  ****-  "*  ""M   IWROfW  Ihi
lUltlht-w rwl t* l int     XII A
- * iwit, or i»"-'
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-^u nl <.*((*>.    * tf*
■      I
n
51 SOpv-t mi
Hal
cyon
Hoi Sprlnft Sanilttiuiti
No* tndet ihe minagtmtnt ol
Ninnr  Mctiiioiti.  Hoffmin Homt
ReMhnd
tht Mfctta Wttm tf Ha lyta tta tta
mtU eaiittte in it* eat -t     a attliit
Mtartl nmi*; 1,,,, fi,,,,., 1Ta t|lln
.-*a«   Uvat, KilMy .nl Slan-id.
Ailtataei,   iu tern, ami lui it tart
Rlia-eimm   a- ti%, .-.. ,.,.,*■„ firm,
r«,mi 1 , •   <     ttt ....    >.  ■ ••.,,
:■ a"   e    ■
Halcyon Hot Springs
Ai,o« I ak.   P   C
III ll I* - It-Jut '•■   •     ■   .   .
11 dereuedl, tl ihi hemeattiafit ttnd«
irm la ikt trh-ttaty ef IM tttt
•   - -     - ■'.ettaaittffltt.uaait.iMtdiiiet
*   •     ■ ■ ly lat* t*ta*>e iMting
final
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Depvty t* e . ■ ■
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H-yl'tyll
.   *.  -.     ■ \a THE l'eNllKr.BY PROGRESS & NOHTHEltN OKANAGAN HERALD.
The N.'\v Year
s  :        ; Inclal an
nt   but properly li
.    . ■ ■■ good year li
1907
.   many buyers- both local an    thai
| I  lht:
ganundSps • prlci
I with me, i
-
lorfurtl      in   ■ i
II. I*. IKE.    '
The  w. ik eel erecting ee i
burner i    ie li ting III i r.fu i Irom
. nil 15 being proceeded wllh
J. II. Eaatwood returned   '
ii Ontario, whei
i ,.-:'.:■
latti        hi .
.i -  in  tht
.
II : .
. -.-
vas tested on Saturdi
■
hydrant
A. Fulton
.. I lardware
1 l;i\.    .hi seen our Now Sink of
I   IAMELLED WARE!
Ion ol it
reach
■
the maiiM will
|   eee .: I
Obituary
2-Seated Surrey
itest design.   It Is an elegant and comfortable riding rig.
I. Mclntyre. anJ jutt the thing In which to drive a friend around the dtttrlct
MATTHEWS «\ EVANS ENDERBY
L
'•NT    I Tin.
Brani
Di LAVAL Cream Sepi  i
Seeds that
GROW--
Suttons
j
Famous English S?eds
TOWN 9b DISTRICT
. NOTES.
■ was lak lht hotel.
. R. R. Burns, Dru^i'l. Aimslrong, is Agenl
F01-. ARM! fliKKN OKANAGAN
Pice Lists and Order Form Blanks
-
Lamb
neai
Alwi
. i on Wedneiday  It
■   ■
" '    .
for nam*
id Winnipeg in
,N>l^d   itt bufi
lor a number of yetra. finally leav.
•    After residing
derabl* length el Hm«
■ -,
•men. but later In
I thtl
•L--.-J' ......cdFar.'io.'s
McNeill & McEvvcn
GENERAL B	
k CARRIAGE  BUILDERS
•BY. BC.
li Piemptly At<
tended Tr. Mora* Shoeing a Specialty.   Ittpjtmtnl and C/cIt Agent*
Scavenger.
.
il MANTON begtloaitnatiM* thai
-   ii
Restaur
*!t sliler
-
I
Wm. A. Matheson
hi *'.
A   .< t-t iht N„.een«t tf
intmery 3       V Vv<li,^i*«. lor  f.rfttfcy
, ■ i U pre
pared I stake
bt*J. M M I -   \.'«t io. Ct<i*i Tail-
. A I * n_iat* Caaapaay. h* will
- -ales, tclicil.,
, veil knutti lint tfl
A airing conslliuilon
mtana a l.ealihy mind
and good work—and
good work meant ad-
vancamant To have
• strong onatltullon
ont mutt have lha bstt
mtait. and that's whal
you will (lnd at tht new
brick block Alwayt
Iraah. juicy and under
Geo. R. Sharpe
ENDERBY
Fruit Trees
Homt Crown Nursery Treat
Applet. Plums and Prunes
tor sale lor spring planting
For varieties and prices apply
to Manager,
Cellauttffl I aula Ce ,
VtRNON
u . a**
at
it.   ■ -
-
|   -dupMl, and that tt
raclora hart bttn
• i
■
*nill«. i u.lha 4-ettativ
The dtcesi-; «a   born in Inertness.
Saltan.. • -, Canada when
12 years A aj*    About 10 .•
visit lo B C, and:
-
-
- the rarslarigtd
■ .
.  ' bthtt    flu
Ml, rending   her*
ll.
Wanted
tSE,  in
mart
Rails for Sal*
: A Business Change
mm    Mrs  Tingatrom begs to in
•in ihe public that she hat
aken over tht Restaurant and
bakery business lately carried
on by Mr J. McQueen, ani
J hopes (or a continuance ol the
' J.'s patronage which hu been accorded ihe business tn the past
I own Pio|>erly
FOR SALE
I   BR
W. Elson
THE PIONEER TAILOR Of* B C
Having just received a line
-din in lha latest styles In
" |pantings. will be pie- t
I ive and make up oi
;h* winter months at  Eden
House, until spring work l
Your order will br*. appreciated.

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