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(±he Enderby Progress.
'"SbJ   NORTHERN    OKANAGAN HERALD
NOV 271906
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Wiih Which Is incorporated THE EDENOGRAPH
Volume g*U|J^|g|jg^g_j^
cieiDhkbY. B. C. NOVEMBER 23. 1906
NOV 271906
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See the Snow!
LATE   LOCAL  NOTES. Supplemental Loan By-law.
I   A large gang of men came In on The electors of the city cl I
lay'a train, bound lor the lumber are called upon, on Monday neat, I
camps ol the Rogers Lumber Company, vote on  the proposed  Supplement
I To accommodate ihem and also a Loan By law which will. II passed,
Take lhe Hint!!
and gel that ne*
UNDERWEAR
belore you wish that you had done so sooner. We have
the soft-st, woollest, most comfortable, and therelore the
BEST that the market produces.
TRUST IN H. & D., and
KEEP YOUR FEET DRY
Rubbers   Overshoes   Shoepacks
and Qyite the Beft
..LEATHER   GOODS..
I And a Large Stock of Stoves & Heaters
a-- i ntucer Dciir-.cc
AT LOWEST PRICES
THIS Is all
to MEN, WOMEN & i 11ILDREN
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rtaVtu %H
HARVEY   9b  DO£SON
CIVIC BUSINESS.
II the weeklj meeting sf ihe City
Council on Wednesday evening several
matters were discussed, chief among
-:: le was cne affecting the Installation
large number of Hindoos, required authorize the council to borrow a sum d water Inlo private houses. It ap-
an additional paasenger coach. of $5,000.   The purpose of this second pears thai Ihe Idea has gained hold
A Fulton Is engaged In pulling Ihe ,?>n is lo provide lunds for lhe com- that Ihe Clly Council, through Mr.
finishing touches lo his contract for pletlonandexteiulonof the waterworks Hancock, would lay on Ihe water to all
the roofing, plumbing and healing tf ayatetn now being installed, private  houses.    Though   litis   had
Ihe Wollenden brick block at Armsirong. Although the cost ol the present never been ihe intention ol the Council.
He Is juat al present engaged in the works la not likely to exceed the ccn- 'hev discussed Ihe pro':, and con's ol
work of installing a McClary furnace, tract price of S 18.350. yet there are their engineer undertaking this work.
wllh which the building will be healed, many Incidental expenses In connection •*• after long discussion, It waa decided
The C.P.R. "Overseas Limited." "ith the system which must come out, no! ** undertake such work. There
carrying the China mail, made the re- ol ihe loan, bui which so lar have been *ero business firms in ihe clly who
cord trip across llle eoniineni this week advanced oul ol the revenue derived made that class of work part of their
The actual running time from Vancou- 'rom taxation, etc. '•-»». and It was not the Council's
vor to Quebec. 3080 milea. waa seven-     Since work has been commenced on C'****9*" 9n*9' lnl° competition with
lynfne hours and lilty-nino minutes,     the system it has become apparent that: ****'*■   Bv ***** oecl5|on each house-
W. Bell, who hid been fireman of »"» *********** *' ****     ' '"""***** ^ 0Wn "r"" ^
the local freight, died under painful *'* neceaaary, which, when   made,
circumstances on Monday night.   In «"" ******** *********** revenue, over;
company with another train hand, he and ab.ve that already figured on.
went1iun.li* eaat ol Sicamous.   In     Th* ***** "»"'« ********** »lhe \****** ** ■« *<*9 ******** ***** « ****
entenrise of sellinir water   it is of ******** with the waterworks system
attempting lo ercaa Ihe Eagle river, «n'B,pr«a o' selling water, it u ot     t
"  good buainesa to extend Ita
Aldermen Evans and Bradley were
appointed a Waterworks Committee to
■       -eaied lell Into IU casd waters. *********
gcodsolid ADVISE and APPLIES equally ! ,nij ih^ gjiiamly readied by his******** *********'** ******** ",»«*,u«
—        - ■-    *'companion, **as-.i overcame that he ***'*
.   no farther.   HU mien    Whl
made for a itea.by section house, and
lean ol $5,000. it Is not necesaary to
' I lo this am
■*..»•■•,
actually <-    red   -i   his estimated
w
HEN IN ENDERBY
nt
Rail Est. t.o A'live.
decided to try and effect a
' l .'.rd to the widening ol
Evergreen  Lane, as il is
advisable to make an extension cl the
waterworka ayatem in lhat die   ■
. I"ft to ihe Waterworka Cam-
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The Clerk was Instructed ta draw up
the agreement necessary between the
city and Mr H C A':
tf the acquisition tl to;:   r a right
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STOP   AT.
Uw KING EDWARD HOTEL
THE   LEADING   HOSTELRY   OF THE 0KAI1A0AN VALLEY
Visitor! lo the northern part ol lhe Okanagan Valley, whether
land hunting, or far pleasure and apart, can do na belter than
make thu house iheir hesd'eiariert. Table and amine unexcelled. Bar replete wllh finest winea. spirits, liqueurs, cfgaia
LARGE LIGHT SAMPLE ROOMS
llll. * MlHI,IV
Pnseatir'ora
Hockeyists Organize.
A  " ' s tii-ney by-
* lo the vote ol the people It a aame-
hal eaptnsive matter however, and it
t loond mtaitcipal ptoceedure to
' '- • ' tiling lot      ,-l»mentary :
I fix lhe amount     Ai the meeting called in the t .    g
ll a re Ihi i un on Saturday evening, it waade-
led loorgamie a hockey cM
• will be pretti I ...-...-
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Ranted rhe Rink.
This Ian i
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Hi wil ni lm ■
Ihem,    ll t> Mi.
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Coulthatd.   Manager.   W.
The practices were ■    . •
M    lay. 6 45 to 7 AS p nt.
J lo 9.00 p.-.     - ;
- IS la I.Ai phi    ll waa tits
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.gate receipts al all tnatchea   The
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\\7;„-~ a. q,„v;i. *** o****** ***<*ki w« ***** •
Wines OC OpintS _.p .wMimeniotalltlie well
knswn brands lo chaaae Irom.
i      answn raws
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-: ,- a,     • :■   ■:    * I,!-*-  ft   ;
Buckley. A I     .. ra '. M W   b
h!jh(»-(- '-! 'it- siting rink Irom A   - >f the club will be while wnh
-   .    , gi, and ilia lea loi
With
i Vtroun   hodteyuis   s rgwif ittg.  and
AN ACCEPTABLE
XMAS GIFT
We  have ordered a limited number of Ralph
Connor's latest work, entitled " THE DOCTOR "
These books are handsomely bound, an
ly suited for Christmas Gilts.
To ensure getting a copy you should order now,
and we will reserve one.
M See our Xmas advt. next week for a h>st of
seasonable articles.
TSa Enderby Drug & Stationery Co., Ltd.
Cliff
S'.reel-
PO  bi 77
To The Putl
ic
Hav;;,- lakes .ver Ihe Confectionery Store and Bakery at Arm
sirong, our cc'fece here will be closed from November 1st    However,
we will still continue Real Estate Ircm Ihe Armstrong office, and try
as in he past, to do our duly to both places     Thanking y u for your
past patronage, and hoping for a continuance of Ihe same. We remain.
Yours truly
KIRBY & KIRBY, Enderby 9b Armstrong
I* '.  '■■  a' I   ' , .      ,
. IMS pgputallon. intend i« carry out many impt ventents
which » • *tlil isms tf tht. i, _,„ buciJnar, w thai patr^i.
ri are cut up. Theput   rmk ihu winter may depend
ling ai the ma*' ihlRR to Iheir
•     ' •       I      •      I  railing i
'-' ****** erected alang each aide ol die rink a.    *
• <!Kreaa-|i ijiaiicetin puill Iftween It at'
- wail, lo pre vide a promenade lor •„ B
the greet atagmentaltd trade lhal rhl. will temotre  whal
.    May thli mstetnem spread! jbeei, M peat yean an aver pi
The Bank ol MMiireal. thi .igh its da-g»i ol a cannon into the '
■est. Mr. A. E. Ta,: • < a*.   At Ihe li
.-*< J in Clly property, am *       •   -  ■ i
Ml
vacant lat »' n '•*!*,;• •
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gl
res ol llw Lavas'
on High -..r»et    Irreie treat :nca|andl .     '
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Hank speafct. ■   '. ihey have
-   I propel a yeara    A •■
idldeDCe which that
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mnouncement hi
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•     a-*  Will ets ■ ibs Hirci^hitit the  valley attl the
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C. Fruit in England.
lohimbtt hai again demon-
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Country  against   Ihe  str.ng-si
seiti'ca. let-1
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.'bHBY, B.C.. NOVEMBER 2X 1906
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PROGRESS
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Miss B. Manton
Dr. C.W.Cross
ENDERBY
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.'.. to lay up for old age In
Is.e     '      .    ". ■     -1' '-'prepare I    a
. m rainy day, but It Is not rlgl I I
•:i'i all our ener.i isl    tl
Iputofl until thc (uiurc
i| | mess we n
.-.is very common
workinj, indsav
We at    ■      j out Ing. denying  tl      • . -.   all.
piss to recrea my comforts,'
e to lay ,ey to buy more
rtla ■;- thelt  I   ■   I
ive for their children itl.;
nt of a san.pl     , . I  when ihej I ive i
.   ..   .. ...,': ■:..  they   III bt h
iiiiorl. The
; mt may never be:
It is, sickness or
.<• come fir.- -
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happv .cc be!
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TRY   OUR .   .
Wheatlets
.   .  For Breakfast.
Contains   all   the   NUTRIMENT   in   Wheat
F *r Sale by ail Grocers
TEe Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd]., Enderby
Bank of Montreal
Capitol, ell p.ci.1 up, tl4.4O0.0OO. Rett, SIO.OOO.OCO
bolance I'e.eiii. tnA Leu account, VHi.AOA 11
ntaii office, MONiaiAt.
''     1'teii.l.cci, Kiajhl Hon. I.01 A Siiathc?naan 1 Mount Royal 0. C, M. C.
President, Sit Sea. A. Diu.nmor.el L. C. M 0.
Vice-PreaieJmi- E. S. Clauton
A Genera! tanking   tvittitai trantccted
DraftsaoMavi i  i at all     lata tn tht I'tt.itl  Stttaa. Kutopt and Canada,
Savings Bank **"*"-»'~*""--
*»"■ » •«»££»» av, ataman „ ,,,,,„, , „,, „, euI,,n, ,IIM
•*.-. -jrrce-_-.-.iM ...| ejnirtM--.. Wtltidrawali on dtmand wlikoel
daisy. Kan.-I.t.t ani C-vniiy Butt
ca given special atttnu.-ie Meeev.-iva. and actual Dittrtcl accounts iteeittd
on tavetatite tttmt, Special atltnnon pv«n te the handcinc el Municipal and
ti.v debentures.
OKANACAN      DISTRICT
C. A  H.'.e.-. h  Vaecaett. V#tn.*n
EN-JKRBV ARMSTRONG KELOWNA
A. B. Tayoi,SeibAit.   _.S.V.MeSllalee)i. Sab-Act.   I»,UuMouUn.Sul A|t
■      •  ■     ■     Ue ai much tx e
things of lift
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f«..'a   I nie;.      *• a    SO
MOWAT <& BRINDLE
I.I 11  BLOCK. tNDIRBY. B. C.
Real E-.t./e. huurence,
Mining and Conor il Land Agents
PROMPT AND CAREFUL
ATTENTION GIVEN  TO
BUSINESS ENTRUSTED
TO   US
Noioi and Comment*
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hi, have |usi . I
2-Seated Surrey
0! latest design    It is an eleg
and just the thing in «hl
MATTHSW: & EVANS
and comfortable riding rig.
a friend around the district,
ENDRRRY
anywhere but
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The Family Herald and
Weekly Star
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V/e beg to Inform our readers lhat we will again
club THE PROGRESS with this great weekly.
On acccunl ol the reduction In price of your local
paper, we can now put lhe Family Herald an I
Weekly Star and
The Enderty Progress
Together tor
$2.00
oil rgo 1 .or short time only
In advance
	
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B«-b m Church. ' .  . .'   ly of the murder of Barrel
*  '     A dastardly outran  -. lied ******** «•_«■ « ""
•     nd hardy L g, P..'-, - *,,,.,,„, «,„,.. h**Vf *****  Th« **"*'9n
.,,,,, ""■ "            tired I          ler their verjleii at 5 JO
• "     » w November 18th, when a bomb e«|   -.-tf on Saiutday afternoon and at 8 o'clock
ln,a   ***** k- hiring service,    i IM  • .        * ia- the iatne  evening Ihe courl again
' ,   •                    Ml ,*,, hiKh »Sieer,Wld Is heat the verdict, which
„! Tt   -    ■ ■••• rtt'MfttWJTtt
• laraari•> ..- cms injured, though |8(h
Mice i • ed tt the lima.       ^.^ M^«rrr co-mitt-l.
.    ,    , .-.        I,., .'.■•■*- '    " IT     •
* nCW   IvJI at Cattiei, was Mil    III        trial on
Found Guilty PrlitaylMl.    Th, p,l|      ■      ,-.-.'
lending •''.;      I altitude and telused to make
... it irday a tlataa   I
Renew (or    -
"The Process" of
THE PROGRESS. ENDERBY. B.C.. NOVEMBER 23. 1906
Floods at the Coast
Portland was cut oil on Saturday
by Hoods front Seattle, Tacuina, Bel-
lingham, SpoKane and every point
north and east ol Kelso. Wash. The
tai:;.Miii that swept over the north
wet I'acllic coasl lasl week has
created a condition under which rail-
loads are at a standstill or greatly
inleituplej. l-'lw.Jcd rivets luve
washed .ut bi dgea, and wagon roads
are Impasaable, rralnilromlhi n ute
were stalled In and about Seattle and
Tacoma. and trains Irom Ihe oast
ovet lhe* Oregon Railroad k Navigation tracks are stalled by a landslide at
Bonneville, and passengeis will be
taken io Portland by boat. A despatch
Ic m Kelso, Wash., says thai a ragiieg
torrent is rushing through the lowlands
In that vicinity, cairylngawsv thousands
ol dollara worth ol properly. The
Ccwliti river which began to tiso on
■day, juin,ed to twenty (eel
above low water matk on Friday morning, and the big 800-foot drawbridge
thai wan* the stream between Kelso
and Cailm. unable to wlihslaiiJ ihe
terrific strain, broke away from its
laitenlngs early that day. Nine steamers have lelt Portland lor the Cowiltt
river to recover booms ol saw Irgs that
broke loose near the headwaters ol the
river. The Williinietle river in
Oregon, at points above Portia id. rose
rapidly Wednesday.
Hciw to Spen:l a Fortune.
The Countess de Castellane has
bent granted a divoteo and the custody
ol her chiidien who however will not
be allowed lobe taken Irom Fiance
without ihe consent ol Count Castellane.
Since the divorce proceedings, details of Count Castellane'a expenditure
have become public. Since he married
Helen Could he haa spent $13,000,000
of hia wile'i fortune In a lavish manner
wht-h beats anything yet recorded In
history. His palace in Pit It coat
$.*.000.000. while small items rang'ng
Irom $5,000 to S 10,000, went in the
the rut chase ci antiquities, yachts,
eittrrtainm.'iiti, etc., and yd I - I
owtsS5.000.000.
Volley Newo N>Ui.
The British Empire Cold Mine. t<ear
Vern.n conllnues la make a gioi
sh wing,
Ai Vemon, on Oct 7lh. io
the wile ol Mr. Isaac Jchnun, a
daughter.   Venton News,
Friends cl H. J. Ctllas  will be
pleased lo note his recent promotion
to lhe charge ol the new;,
Summctlani branch o! thi Bank at
■ral,
The ordination and induction ol Rev.
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Ftiai Praabyterlan Church of Vemon
took place on Thursday lasl. Rev D.
Campbell, ol Armstrong. Modeiaior ol
lhe Synod ol Btltlsh Columbia, preild
•d. while Rev, J. Hood, ol Summer-
land, preached. Vemon Presbyterians
had been without a minuter for over a
year. Rev Mr. Macdannell Is a sin
cf ibe late Dr. Ma-donnell ol Toronto,
and a graduate o! Queen'*,
*.il.h-»alce Shock l» Quebec.
The whole country situated on the
Lievre was shaken on Saturday mom*
Ing by an earthquake. Tha shuck wai
noticed aboul 9.30. and wu of several
minutes duration, New '
surrounding parishes and villages ate
In the elleci that much damage waa
dona to homes and their content* In
many ol the smaller settlements the
inhabitants became pantctttlcken and
ran tut of their dve Dig* in iheir fear.
Fiendish Crime.
Tc llie Humorous depredations which
have been reported aa having baon
committed by the Hindus In iheir short
sojourn In Vancouver has been added
one ol sandbagging, indecent assault,
and possibly rape, committed at the
home ol Mr. Allred ! avl letlc ■
Homer Slreel Thursday evt-m ,:.. ul
5.J0 o'clock, upon his youn,* bride ol
ten months.   Shortly alter 6 k
Mr. I.avioletle came home, and finding
his house In contusion and his wile net
in sight, he atonca made a hearty
"►end.     Alter g'iie_ tin.ugh the wh   e
tc ute he discovered his wlln lying >a i
o i nwarda unconscious on a pile ol old
decides nt an unused re  n In in.' Ig 11
part ol the house    When rail   11 I
consciousness she said lhat about 5
o'clock two Hindus, one ol whom wote
a mask and a lelt hat. and the other a
turban, came   Into   lite   house and
demanded money.   She said he I
none, and one ol ihe Hindus e .le I it
a Idlil name.   Mrs. Lavlolette then
picked up a broom and struck si the1
man, and even wenl so far as to throwI
one of her husband's b;ots at them:
but still they renifined, calling her tail
names.    She remembeied lhal she
had some money in a dewnsftt. I -1
ro in, and went in to get II to appease
Ihem.   She was followed by one of lhe
Hindus, who felled her lo the ffcor by
a billet In his hand and then kicked
her with hla hobnailed boots.   Alter
that she remembers nothing, nor does
she know how the got into ll
room upstairs. th:ugh il may have
been that she weni there by i ■
seeking a place cl safety.   The right
side ol her lace waa black ii
head to chin, and her huibinl thinks
ibai had he arrived twenty minutes
lairr she would have been in
as ihe wai lying (ace downward cn thr
pile cl old clothing
A report (rem Now We i
states that the Hindu   a
la. ani that It
ugr.n'fe a Sikh regiment.   The white
rs are pro!
Forty Ere v.tied.
The steamer Di* Captal.1 I
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Bbkely. wiih   ;«
miles north d Al-K
after 7 o'cUck. oil.
alter having c III*
...   c ,   .-    'a '
passenger* and n
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saved.  The t,,.
The Jeannle waa no:       -
lean.   The ins
savid.   The collision occurred whi
ihe Sound was almost li
null pond, and after the Wats had!"
been steaming within tight -1
other lor a quarter ol mi h ur    in
Jeannte wai ba.'king when the eolltdco I
vlih the Dl«. and the Impact wu tllgh* '
TheDliwu struck:.!' It
pit lh- starbsaid s'de
to put lor a brief period, righted j
•h.'n sank si"*   *   *
*..' lima to I,..
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Ihe decks   Into the   water,  •
screamed and oftteera and man -
ciders thai   could hardly I-   '
above the din.   The passer,;
the l)i« who ctuld in
way ta the tidea tf the Jeannle ar'.
were drugged ab aid    The    -•
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Th-n Ihi      .     ' ; .citing ut
■evaial  who  had managed lo itaj
abv» watei
Only a Ci.p of Tea
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
Ci e c iihociaei ...ed Seed Houses
VAN    UVER
B,   C
CEYLON TEA
■tht Teapot Re...li. Will Be Unequalled
AT   YOU V  QfcOCt&S HlRh.>,t, Award St.. Louis, 1904
CITY of ENDERBY
LOAN BYLAW No. 8.
A   ll>-i,\\   leer   rae-ir.;. lice   ..em .1
^.I.IH.0IHI   tu   , .1.   for   tl. '
a-..'..,'1.-11,111    t.l    IIIC    vvat.-c ,, .•!      |
lyaian ..I the City ul Enderby
WHEREAS It hai bei    ■■   ■        '
pedieisi to conslru tawateri
teiii wiihli. ihe Clly cl Enderbj topi   ;
vide a  supply of water  for  etdlnar I
i   .   .   land tire protection pun
and
WHEKEAS   debentures   to    I
amount ol $ I S.OOO.Oj have b ei
by the said City lo provide i i
aitucticjiiolij.: eaten
WHEREAS   the
$18,000X0  lias bee-:
Insutllcielit lor ehe aald I
IhereVII       e . •    e .     ■
by way ol lean upon the
said City the further sum oi Si
pa>able cn llle 3tal dav ol .
IVIb.I   •    ,
:»rel .
BEE SUPPLIES
Bedding Out 1- lantfl
NOW READY   Cel
Cauliflower.    Extra nl ill
In •      nung on lor la!! It Ht 'A.
ft-..:, oclay cl fun Igal ng       pectlcn
Home Grown Stork
We have the gi  is    Get) '.it orders
; earl) io secure prompt delivery.
"     '.  Holland  and Japan bulbs
i   • .    ■ ■ . • ■    bet  lipmems
M J  HENRY.
10IC Weetmlnsler Koad    Vancouver
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cxpiminci
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lerby,
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S- • , |».arl
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Notice.
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For Sa!
aie
3   11
Range
Kootenay Steel Ranges
Burn all kinds of fuel
MCI
London* ToronitV
Mon'reahWinn;*;
Vancouver-Sh John fc,: •
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Hal
cyon
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Halcyon Hot Sprinyji
Altow Lie   g. C.
No'i:e.
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W  A IRESS, ENDERBY, B.C., NOVEMBER 23. 1906
Think of It! Then Ad Quick
If You Waul a .Snap
Irom Enderby and all
...   iti ng  .
ber; 260 a
ii. r. ij'.k.
ziZs) F .'-l.c kiln
If Irom a visit tc
1     li ■. many frlfi
."eljaltl
Let us Bring Brash's Creek j|;
into Your House!
t relumed on Friday lae-i
tg Halcyon  Hot Springs
n,any friends »'cte |.!ra.stii to note
II .'   ecilll llle ilc-1;.    I llle   ..' .'■ rs   I '.llec
.   I eallh resort, ha has shaken
Ihe  ill ick    f rheumil  in and all
. • thai It li,: ne I • ,;   I    He left
loi  Mara  on Saturday to ettt-r  lhe
employment cl the Rolliecay Lumber
Company.
'.'.'.- ie ey ic- pai      I lor fee   . ■
lillle   ptide In our beautiful climate.
Just al '!.       tune  while ihe
I hai -: be un-
grip ol a rd, With a
-     li  is the
the  Atlantic seab;ard, we, ell the
Okanagan have, during this spall tf
iiher, enly been visited
11 cl snow.   We repeat,
-       :sed in leeling
ttale.   The dav
-..-■. ...
'veiybsdy, as a
•    thet   ne has become
.i iclalns,
Winter Suits
Now is your chance lo get a good cheap suit of clothes
(or the winter We have still some 20 suits left that we
.ire selling at about half price.
They are nol old stock, but are all up-to-date clothing.   Call and see Ihem for yourselves.   This Is one o!
I the lines on which you can get a snap.   We have also
sjme men's silk shirts, etc., which we are oiferlng at
bargain ptices.
Now is ynur time to Invest In Blankets. Flannelette
Sheets. Underwear of All Kinds. Mackinaws. etc.
See our line ol Shoe Packs and Rubber Goods.
We have everything clean and fresh In the grocery line.
filVE US A CALL
Metcalfe &  yi/heeler
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into! |
A.Ful
I lard ware. Tin and .
LtOnpimnUg Slop
r.efW-W    war-** • ■_■ V-X  BaVtJttt*. «W "
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Oil Iheir
Come
J. W. EVANS,
and buy your Harness before
The  Raise. Repairing a Specif
ENDERBY
City   Barber   Shop
IS THE PLACE FOR
A NICE CLEAN
SMOOTH   . SHAVE
11. N. Ilendrlckacn. i     *
TOWN 9b D15TMCT
. NOTES .
.
Hume-Grown
I OR OKANACAN
PEOPLE
FR EdeHART
NURSERIES
...   ,
Public Notice
lITY Ol ENDERBY
VoiH* on  aetoaet**   Wai?««Knli«
N'ste^uteiFr.i«i loan  »>-.L««
A strong constitution
means a healthy mind
and good work—and
good work means advancement. To have
s strong constitution
one must have the best
meats, and that's what
you will ilnd at the new
brick bi.-ck Always
fresh, juicy and tender
Geo. R. Sharpe
ENDERBY
Fruit Trees
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GUAM Ml KC *>    '
* CANADA-S CUATtST
NUMUJBI
' Want a local Salesman
For Enderby,
'• To sell High Class Nursery
* 5'   'in Fruits and Grnamen
latt    Largest   list   o!  Ne.
j to* ;, ,|  ....    .VtXng ^,,0,,
-11   H C Government
in lhe Province I Bfltlslt
m«w ta. imi eM-a.a c iiimbta    Big in aucements.
mi pay    ii    me lm   .•
• i-   Territory reserved.   Write
♦ te'ms and eatalngue. »ni
■ lend 2   . in stamps lor our
tvviiet, MutkHiN Clata, or JOt., lar
em. HaMv MeWI lletl, Sew
tt „«■ _. Wi.llltiHlr.ti
Su>" ~ Wellington,
foiU.ll Nun«i«,
.     Is Ihe lets! Ov« noo ami
T marie. Ontario.
, ""^""""* -«
J'nil or Wanted.
■    •.. ■       leotft'i
tfatfy lathe!
Home Crown Nursery Trees
Kbra •'    Apples. Plums and Prunes
** Se    'or *a'e 'or 'P1^* i-laming
SJK! For varieties and prices apply
to Manager,
' - •*.<• - im ttlale < ■■  I 14
VtltNON .        S C
PAINTER
J. LAPWORTH
undertakes
SIGNWRITINC
t'Ai ERHANCilNG
DECORATING
Estimate* Funtthe.
Address aie al Ptqpeu Office r
FOR
Fine Tailoring
Re
new vuur
Sub.
AT REASONABLE
PRICES
J. M. Paul
ARMSTRONG
Cltat.ir.4. an J Pi,.
Ptompil./ AllteJtJ To
Earree. I'a.el Or, Waa

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