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ENDERBY, B. C. SEPTEMBER20, . I .
Quality is Everything
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DAILY  WINTER   SERVICE
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Lumbermen
Cars'  Mackinaws,
Gorman   Socks,
Woollen   Mills
And Shoe Paxs.
FULL LINE NOW ON HAND
Ranges, Cooking Stoves
& Heaters, Quilts, Blankets
Guns, Ammunition. JS
dally train lh
this winter In place cf ihe ir.-e
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which Hill have our careful attentun
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EDENOGRAPH
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. iness or society.   Although the cl ihes do not
:,.' , " r make the man, they cei > i-i to
In. appi arance II they are ol the right kind, such
u   ••   .■ , In si   • and are selling ill the time.
Our Clothing
Is noted (or Its correct style, lit and little price.
Let us I l|     • al ng by ci ihli n     • ■ell
Special Bargains
For Cash    .    .
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J. C. Metcalfe     Enderby
Correspondence
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DOMINION   EXHIBITION
1V05   CepLember  27t>h to OctaObcr  7   1905
> the auspices ol Ihe Royal Agricultural
Industrial Society            .       .
New  Westminster, B. C.
- ail Canada,
$100,000 """«" Factions $100,000
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Letter H II Heads, Envelop.-. Shipping Tags. Invoice
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Print!!,.-
!    ITER PAPER PRINTING
At ihe EDENOCI 4
THE EDENOGRAPH, ENDERBY, B.C., SEPTEMBER 20, 1905
A. FULTON
The Scarcity of Sheep
TINSMITH & PLUMBER
Enderby   -   B. C.
Stove pipes and all kinds ot (urnace fittings.
Bath tubs and sinks.
All kinds of repair work promptly done,
Tha i II atlttg aro a lev snaps we have on our
Enderby Land List
9 160 acrea, 10 miles (rom Enderby. 5 under cultivation,
home and atabla, S acraa lanced, watered by stream. 52.103
Part cash,
10 Onn hundred and forty acrea, S miles Enderby, none
led. nearly all level and covered wiih (ur and pine Umber
.'.SCO. one tilth cash.
11 One hundred and len acrea, four and a hall from Endeiby, 30 acrea*. under cultivation, good house and barn. 300
hundred fruit trees. 2 and three years old, Price, $6,600:
half cash.
12 One hundred and slaty acres. 4 miles Irom Enderby,
35 acrea under cultivation, good hay barn, no house. 4 miles
achool and P.O.   Price. $4.500: hall cash.
The only Land Amm whaceveia  ri,   i  ,   ______
******>*>•       A. E. HALE, EnJarby Home Aj.ni.
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Take a Look
AT OUR  TOOLS
We have a very complete line and our prices   will
suit you.     Come ln and see.
THE HARDWARE STORE
R. P. Bradley - Enderby
THE "ANDERSON "
SS FORCE PUMP
Imle child can cpetate n. II veil la not toa deep
capacity-: No. 2.1000: Na. 3. 1300. No.
xtx gala, hi haw.
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•    .'rn. .«Milia The ANDBWON.  Gite
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^vC.:".   Henry Brain
et la wtttam there. „_i.L*. ° " "
VERNON.   B.C.,
The mistake of farmers in dropping one class of livestock
Irom their list because for a time prices rule low for that class
and taking up some other owing to a rise In values which may
be only temporary, has seldom been more generally illustrated
than In lhe abandonment of sheep raising, which was formerly
common on most Canadian farms. And no sound reason Is
given In the majority of cases for this neglect. In the districts
and on the farms v. here dairying has been made a specially, It
is claimed that sheep infringe upon the pastures and rob the
cows. There Is a modicum of truth In this assertion, but It
amounts to less than is generally supposed, as sheep are best
satisfied with short, sweet grass, and besides eat many weeds
and plants that cattle despise, ana they will thrive on forage
where cattle will nol deign lo graze, Besides, dairying Is not a
specialty In one-half of the area ol older Canada. For the purpose of cleaning and keeping Ihe farm clean of weeds, sheep
therefore serve a special purpose, and the land Is enriched by
their voldlngs wherever they go. No class of farm slock requires so little labor or attention In their care and feeding In
summer or winter as do sheep. They need no expensive housing ; there is no tying or unloosing; no dally cleaning out ot
stables, once or twice In a winter being sufficient as a rule; no
currying or brushing, or mlUing. They Increase tne stock
generally by one hundred and often by one hundred and fifty per
cent annually, and declare a dividend In their fleece that more
than pays lor their year's keep, even when lhe price Is lo*'—a
crop that no other sto:k returns—and the surplus of the flock
Is always saleable at a fair pro.'lt on the cost of production. One
may ride a hundred miles on a summer day In old Oniario today and not see a single sheep, even If looking for them, a
statement that applies equally to Manitoba and Alberta,* and
this In a country peculiarly adapted In every way to thc healthful and profitable production o! the ovine race. The plea that
degs are a menace to sheep breeding applies In no greater degree here than In any other country ani Is In most cases a flimsy
excuse, as a reasonable amount ot precaution will ensure a
tolerable amount of security frcm loss In that regard. In an experience ot over forty years with a flock averaging over one
hundred head, on a (arm two miles from a village and three
miles from a town, the writer suffered the loss of but two sheep
by dogs, the Hock being only once attacked, and in that case the
owner of the dog paid full value tor the sheep. This may be an
exceptionally fortunate record, and Is nol cited in extenuation of
the dog nuisance, tor which a contlrmed hatred is expressed,
but as an Illustration of the readiness ot the many to adept an
untenable excuse in the absence o! valid reason for a certain
course of action, or inaction.
With unwashed wool selling up to twenty-live cents a pound
in Oniario, and In fact all over the continent, and lamb and
mutton In demand, the sheep trade Is booming, and If farmers
had sheep to sell at present they might realize extra good prices
tor them: and the probability Is that the improved prices prevailing will continue for some years, as sheep are scarce both
in Britain and America, and w. j| values are likely to rule high
tor some Ume lo come.
The Farmers" Advocate concludes by saying: We are not
disposed to advise a general rush Into the founding of purebred
Hocks, though we believe (here will be money In so doing (or
those who understand the management of sheep and who buy
judiciously, but thee Is the opportunity open to many to do well
by purchasing good grade txes at moderate pn:es, ani by uslrg
purebred rams, producing slock that will command paying prices
with reasonable certainly.
■SV.SO ALL ORDERS TO THE EIMA'PCRA.**!*
Publishers of The Edenograph
Enderby. B.C.
Please send to my address (rom this date lo January
Isl, 1906. Ihe Edenograph and either the Family Herald
St Weekly Star or the Winnipeg Free Press." (or which I
enclose 50c.
Name
Address
Enderby Flour
Never send out of to mi (or what Is made as g   das
the best In town.     In supporting home Industries you
are supporting yourself and ethers who make the town
These are our brands:
Moffet's Be£, Hungarian, Premier, 1 liree Star,
Drifted Snow, Alpina, 5th n   Baki ■■'    r XX,
Wm-,\r Sheaf, Super ni  '.- h m, Wi    \ Wheat
Patronize Thi- Home Mill
The Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd. Enderby.
Harness-maker and Repairer.  Trunks.
Valises,   Etc.
J. W. EVANS,
ENDERBY. B. C.
FRUIT TREES
My Spring-delivery orders are all In, When you are
preparing for Fall-delivery irees, wrile me. I represent the
Nurseries of Slone & Wellington. Toronto The
quality ot ihe trees sent out by these nurseries Is
as near perfection as scientific growers can make it.
E. A. CHAPPELL, Enderby	
5000 T*sa?ED Jas. Jarrett
Curpentr &. Buildr
Has opened a carpenter ship
In ther ncock block.
All kin • .g promptly
ittend ■ ■
l>(.ailne..J   AlCllOMM     At»d) tftld)
le l»lc> on a Mc
WING LEE CO'Y
CHINESE GROCERIES
Annually, ic
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Learn Tele^aphy
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BRI IKS
BRICKS
Bricks
BRI
The besl clay In the Valley.   Well burnt bricks at reasonable
prices.   Large or small quantities
IB** Endorby Bull 9b Tile Co.        Enmmy, B C
FasnionableTurn-outs
span Rigs and Saddle Hor
Stalls and feed ready lor your I
MATTHEWS fi. EVANS
ENDERBY
VISITING   CARDS
'Draw t lint iht ugh tht -.ne which yen 4.
Nicely Printed
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This offer only to New Subscribers and to those paying up their subscription in advance for one year
: THE EDENOGRAPH, ENDERBY, B.C., SEPTEMBER 20, 1905
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See our windows
I    ies'Ready-to-wear Goods
,    I OCAL NEWS,
wa .
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PROVINCIAL
Not Iht Only Instance eel iti Kir..1
ident  >( ihe Provlno
vho sent  ii a  specini
unci    lhal blossoms
COUld   bj      -''ll   111
an on- Iree ■ a lillle
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Children's wear
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School Operani
You will llnd everything you r ; tire il tha Drug Store.
ALL I.  '.V ..     I .  AND PRICES THE LOWEST
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Enderby   Hading Company
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1 A goad Ruin* free  will, every purchase,!
large or sm
D.  NAIRN y CO.,
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WEBB'S CHOCOLATES
SUNDAY   HOUR.S:   3 to 4 p
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FIRE   INSL'i
MOWAT ®h BRINDLE
OTiLL BLOCa. ENDF.RBY, U. C.
The V.
Perfection
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typewriter made.
For Sale
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THE  HAMMOND  TYWWaiTI R
COV.PANY
Toromo, ,r> V- uH. Six .1 lot,
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M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
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and Oniimi'iaUl Trees
Special Da) tor Tire
For Sale! &,,;nt--,1"DAY
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