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1   ucu.tfd    5
Volume 2.    Numhi-r 21.
ENDERBY. B. C. OCTOBER I, 1905
$2 a Year
Quality is  Everything
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SALES
Great Discount
v I '0 make room for  incoming  slock
1 have decided to offer large
Discounts, for Cash only, on all stocks
of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Stoves,
Tinware, Hardware, Clothing, Crockery
and Glassware, commencing
Thursday, Sept. 28th,
LATH    I'liRSONAL   ll'l-M'
Mra. Smith ol Vernon Is visiting
lawn, ihe guest ol Mrs. McCormlck
Mrs. GayUd visited friends in Ar..
•i :,; -n Wednesday last.
:.'■     .:.!   Me .  I   ,   I •:-.-■
■I       :.ng In Enderby, the guests ol
Mrs. Codsoe.
The Ladles' Aid ol Ihe Presbyterian
church meet with Mrs. F. H. Hale on
Wednesday.
Mr.  Heggie, manager ol SlepneyjSlr HenrlJolyde LotMnlere,
ranch, lelt lor the coast on Tl . ,mor 0(,(,„ Province,
to meet Sir Arthur at the Fair.
Mr. A. Ford and the Misses
ol Knob Hill led on Thursday en
. ' .ii ed the lorm- 6pears, 3 grapes. 2 prunes. 1 plum
al opening ol the Dominion Exhibiiioii w- Mlddleton ol Vemon was fourth
at New Westminster by His  Honor ***» ***** *****«"»''" ******?* b;s"d,'■'"•'els will
ARMERS1 EXCHANGE
lelt r Irom Mr, Ji
IrongEi    ■ ,     in which he says
lhal I    ' ' ling ■ r the  forma-
Only  hall ol
: ' ire
paid        ihe balance lo be paid nest
ring,
ind If a ■      .
produce rea
; -.it
ol horticulture's special prim lor com- ini omasa
an
tl
in continue tor fifteen days
COME  AND SEE THE BARGAINS
for
Col. Herchmer and bride
Friday morning's train tn route
! antlcl n
DOMINION
G. T. P. Rout. W. .
'■ ■•'  ilnu.i profit   •:.->■ should help ths scheme
Tho main attraction on  Monday I to form a branch here to successful Is-
t Manager Koary has achieved was the lacrosse match between New SUP by taking up what share.. I
ess may be known by the un- Westminster and Vancouver, which re'   Sulfc •  lion Hal
I praise ol overy visitor to lhe suited Ina win lor  the Royal Clly I with the Enderb)
(or the Fair. .grounds.   It is an exhibition that Is teainbyaaeoraoHgcals to I. W. Harvey, and s   i take
Eugene Rhlan. editor ol Armstronj lml'' n*"lon'1 ln *col1*' *l,n  B'"l*n lUUiAOMi ixhiwi . more shares.
Advance, was a passenger on Wednes-1 Columbia in the loregiaund. having aa     Anmtrong and Spallumcheen, al
day'a train on a trip lo ihe Fair. "* **i*t* ***9 <**'<**•«* 1-k-th.r ol lhe w,y, l0 ine (8M jn ,„, -mi,, 0| ,ls, i
w.« en m*l"u,,,:!u'e' *ni e*'>mi' * *** *asl Irict .xhiblla. displays a teniae
and die natural wealth and material c^ltam „, _„„, lnj (ruiu
' " ***** the centre ol the exhibit (s a modern!
The vi&ilors found plenty ol occttpa- v«nt_. garbed in Handing giaina ama-     Tlw ,._.„, TnlT p..,,.. hu illed
T.Eilla.who one time owned the .ion Inspecting the display tf th. ra- „«„-, (.aionod.   The fruits.,, «... . ,„   *
Pentlcton townslte. passed thr.ugh tit sourcw, industries and inanulacturea tajtefuiiy ihawn,
Friday on hla way home Irom an e» .   In the evening Oueen.     Fni„ antJ dal^pnducls. gram and i!;fU'!h"JUHr - - >■
'""P- • i*      ,.eWblo. const- „|TtJ'1*h*
t««.«_                                 | Kamloops Lumber Co, al Kie.            '   ******** <* *«l,,jh G****** ****** mens exhibited Ihe I n                     *,
H    W    HAHVkY   Gcneral MerChan' 8 spew Monday and Tuesday In iov-ii                                                    glon U nol ov«r riled.   Potatoes •
II.    »▼ .  UfllV ▼ *bat I , ENDERBY. BC.        ■ ,|« guest ol his brother. L N. Cilnelt.!   Th« ******9%m** *•**'*> **' *** a lor cl«-nm__ could nol be mat
I——IHI  iw ii ____■_■! i imii    —I .,,„,, „„,, .». Au„rm,n BMdl_,;" ******* *******'«***f*******UMtf ln_ „„., |lm Mionneiona.  .
any uml, which cannot be claimed is very tasielully untied.
«lse»hete Xns okanagan exhibit, arranged by
0K«i.*4«ti snows hot rnuiT H. ft. Lee. of Vemon. tt oinprohen
Tlw Okanagan Valley proved itaell sive and unusually line,  Feaiurrs ol     Nanalmo. Sept. K
Early risers on Sunday were much Xtii ,ne bsnner Iruit mciIm, T, W. the exhibit are Ut. tobacco and cigars minora h    ■
iitoniihed to see the portly but still Stirling ol K.lswna carrying off the made (ran leaves oi plants grown In im's nr,:
comely ligure ol F, V. Mtiiel supefin   .,|V„ ^ „a J200 purs, h, the beat th. vall.y. opening up a vast possibility company by a v                  -'    the
j tending the insertion of a te* li        eomnwdll display ol Irolta. eaMtttittg Sum. ol th. best liuit ai the lair is ai   ••                                  t months
>■ main pip. ol the waterwirki system   ^ it) varieties ol apple.. I crao apple, thu stand                                      hai  . .                               willy
Mra.  Long,  ol Amutrang, spc;-                                      • I   . in the
r,    d —j    .«j  m™.n.i«« Timla.,   (mm  » i, tinner M   Sunday vUltlitg her dai^hwr. Mr*, II.     Mlu V.'h«eler Ml on Friday lo    Th. Rothesay Lumber Co, still con ' *-■ ***
Dry Boards and Dimension Timber. Irom $8 lo SIO per M. Qnytn reluw|ngen Mcfldl.  .Kt „.^ g ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ nma w ^ ^ ^ ^^
. in, in
i^' <«Cheap Lumber
Mayor Bell and Alderman Bradley
returned Tuesday Irom attending Ut.
conleranc. of ihe Union cl Mutti'i-
palmes held last week at New Wast-
mln :'.
V/hat do you
Think of this?
PROVINCIAL
Sirike t.llcJ Off.
Slilplap.       -
Flooring. Celling. Siding.
i-. Any oilier Information will
our office. Wc respectfully solicit
which will have our careful attention
$12 per M.
from $15 per M. up
FOR SALE
RAMS
For Sal.. Two rure bred registered
Hampshire Down (the: biggest mutton
breed > Rams. Guaranteed lo improve
scrub Hocks. Apply lo J. II. COLES.
Haielmctc Ranch. Endeiby.
HORSE
For sale. Enquire al Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Enderby
pamed by her grand-daughter,  Mut Armaliong. having been shipped east during ihe
Cl*d•v,•                                     j   Mr. 0, KcCormlck lelt cn Tuwday •**' ***• *****
A second crop ol raspberriea la now; on a visit lo lh. lllr.   Mr. Puce Elli- Mn, Mutton and daughter who have
be furnished on Inquiry at |h« ******   *"* J-w- Ev»"'* &**** m i »*a »»»also on lha iratn been tending hera duni« th. aummer
a share of your patronage. <»*« were aeen la-t *-<tk sw-eral hilly |   Mf ^ Hl% Ti.   ^ w Fr((fa mmni Mt M Fiiday*. tram  lor
ripe, well matured raspberriea. as well' |w pMlf,M ^^^ win makelwr K**<m** •**9'9 ***** ***** **>9*i ***9
as a number ol h\^m that gawi^ Mr. lt^ tay^ ^
promts, of a fair crop                     Vtm>M , Awo||| ^ ^nm (. Mjn ^^
*'                    Mr. Csiiin. managw tf iheCohim- ihe past weaak were Jas Lenny. D.J,
bli  River Lumbw Co.. Golden. Mi
Kllpatrick. supeiini«1'«t KeveLltk. l****™**- and T. Kilpalnck. Supl. ol
diviafoii C.P.R.. and Mr   McDsnaW. cpl<
.. . ■   .     v    :,. . .:• :
7*. KAMLOOPS LUMDtR CO.
LTD
HORSE COLT
the aummer al her heme hera,
leaves today (or lhe aouth lo |oin her
husband In Summeiland. Mra. Rlfh-
her
For aale or exchange.  16 months old.
In good shape, and will make good aidson will be much it
general puipoae horse.    Quiet, halter mppy frtanda in Enderby.
broke.   Will take hay. heller or cash.
Thos. Pound, P.O. box 96, Endeiby
ASTRAY
Oneol lhe boyt ol 'he R.O.B. Camp.
No. I. while oul hutc'ing struck lh-
trill of l deer, ind alter lollowutg n
lor fourteen miles run II to bay and
stayed wiih tt nil Monday, when he
Came on to the premises of W. J.
Fenton a red heifer, aboul three yMia
old.   Branded on right hip wilh far. <9*****9i >° «"» »» "
ol circle, but very indistinct.    The Mara Sentinel.
i assistant land agent, Kamloopa. cam* Heavy nun have :
' tn Wednesday last In Mr. Kilpatricb dutn« the past •■•
• private ar, spending a tew days m the wagon roads vety bad H
vicinity ol Endetby.
Tha business men and pr; -
I tiers aliteg ihe lower end tf Cltfl straet
hu alio fallen on tin mountains in thi.
vicinity and Mine ol our oid-t
predicting in early winter.
''ZXT UNION •MUMCIPALITIhS
. •• .t
UC    Iru.i in I. eeej.ee.
ll ha-, been decided by th. Provm
cial Government lo be represented ll
year, al least, at lh* Royal Hortlcul
tuialSocKiy'a ahow ot colonial iruit.
in London. England    Last :•
dispby ii
dlllerantoc      ens wonf
each   lln
been decide!!.- go lar'
ti-r.iil she,
.  : uke charge
and wil
' the Itui! market in England
part I ment wnh re-
.
HAY
For aale. Timothy and clover hay
loose In the bain al $8 50 per ton lor a
lew weeks only. J. H. COLES.
Ilatclmerc ranch, Enderby. 4-27
owner Is requested to  pay expenses
and remove the animal.
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Have you anything lor sale or exchange, or are you in want ol anything?
Iry an ad. In th. EntKOsnani.
lor ihl
|*ci occompluhtd.
running (ram lh. Ill „•;.••   • ..-■ ■
A four inch pip.,     g^,., j_ .,|^|B reprttMnting th:
Deer Park,
CRANI BROS.
ff.lta. I- leaet
Have C*|p 10 pure bred Tarn
Mrs, P. Creyell Lit on Thursday lo
aceompan, her mother. Mra. Pr^| 4, ^ «,«,, bridge and abr, Cliff i'^J^ .T^ici
•"••«««" ••'       ' '** pi-i with lh. Canadian Uniui.   The
livery • ...
hydranu. Ixated in insnt ,  Kimloopi
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Ill        ..<■!. ■:•'■!. C
a'
Pacilic kal
sutance in i
for
wonh sows In pig.
from Imported reg
summer, to Chilllwack. where ahe will
spend Ihe winter al the heime of her
son.   Mrs. Creyell wii! spend a Itt      ..
days thete belore reluming. ,„h
Mr   ind  Mn W. T ;.» ;,». wi,   •!» main  a-.: «rdl-u lhat
rterta : irptssea.   Howevei. it  is
church   mi Tuesday but week,   -     .     . it II will not
who hav a been the guests of   Ml !■» a reduction on Iii- •     'Thus Mayor Bt    -
Mrs. J. Leslie the pail week, left Ml premiums
Istered  stock.    A few Tamworlh v rihtirluturthomt
boars, fli for service.   Three or four *&** *"■*<*><**■
MARA NOTES
good milch cows. Iresh In milk.
WALTER E. TRUESDALE.
N'.et.iv Public.
Real leUlt   a.,,1
EnJcrley. B.C.
la
Enderby. B.C
Snaps
in Real
Estate.
J. K Smith, editor  '. • Amone   the
mn    .•■'.. ';   '  , .
nThursdi
on b^aid F. de Mart". L Pt iham. C
Harvey an] 3 T Ellioll cl •
C.  F.  Cm ' '.v.., n, and D.
Matheson cl Hull Car.
-a
reek 1
! )th of 1
,- :-kanagan sei
■•tt.
■   —a '. a- ■
- • full ot instr.. '
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nol but be wilh
out be:-' I to I lhat!
The c ; t will be held
A 20 Payment Life Policy
al lh" Ig.   ( u-enly jn ih-
W. Win;, hla |usi eompltfKl the
erection cl a laig. bain on his (arm a, Kamloops.
Laa.cclceen  al   I.Jtt>e,nt«t.
Keltic R.air !•■■;•
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.Midway up lhe w
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have bet
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FOREIGN
160 acies. 7 miles from Knderby. f>nnfoilppn» inn I tf. A.«m
1 mile from k* i. ie aa.-, under Conieaeration Life Assn.,
cultivation,other lni[rcvcmenls.SI,000 the b-nl company    n .,,,!,
Hal! cash, balani- ■„ - ' 1 27.40      I I It lhe.
Two lown loll. 60 x  120 each, Ilic I       : *****
two lor $160 cash. '   '   "'   »  Paid   up
Acre blocks. S125 each. Policy for $1,515.
The  Literary .   .
again on Thurs is •  : 2 at the
residence ol Mis   F, II   Hale    Th-
society hi     an ri   ,      ed   afler an
I llll , ail the summer,
■ tveninga.
n. Chs
br»-      I mm, Alberta
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ol Enderby. having llie - ... I Ubol
in hai, I ENOCRAPH, E
i.C, OCTOBER 4, 1905
EDENOGRAPH ha-Wel ai fl#v. v. arE. fessional
«>.       .     ' P rt Artl Is left In    , —
W, P. GOOCH
JE   SUIS   PHI   I
as the one 1
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nt that 1
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•.er, Solicitor, etc.
B. c.
PETER   BURNET
.     PROVII
A. F. 6c A. M.
A Dressy Makeup
Is a necessity tor a man who v, .:! i . • ■! in
business or society Although lhe cl ll Ion I
aiK.'.'iln'r make the man, Ihey certainly add to
his appearance 11 they are ol the right kind, such
as ■'" :arry in si ck and are selling all the lime.
Our Clothing
Is ii ted (or lis correct style, fit and little pilce.
Let us help ) u al ng by clothing •  ■ ■ ill
Special Bargains
For Cash    .    .
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J. C. Metcalfe     Enderby
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all |..ccl up. .-I t e. ■■•■>• Rett.. SI0.0OO.OCO
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HEAD   OFUCK.  MONTREAL
President. Kichi Hen. 1
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A General Banking business transacted
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OKANAOAN      DISTRICT
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COUGH &
COLD REMEDIES
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tammumaNmaammmamaiat, ***m
j        lh.- _i steal. Cold-Cepp.r I > o\<ry ol ihr Age H In B.C
BIG FOUR. CON ATED GOLD MINES, Ltd.
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Dispensing done by a competent chemir'    '-'.      .   Arm
call.   We have the best api 1 in ihe Valley.
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W. R. Burns,
Masonk building Armstrong
Burns' Toilet Luxuries
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DOMINION  EXHIBITION
1905 . .vt. ■'. •. 37th to October 7   1905
* the auspices ot the Royal Agricultural
and Industrial Society-
sw  Westminster, B. C.
$100,000
:m and fcittjifeltetti>we array ol Ea-
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ts muu and tinnnon
ATTRACTIOMS   3»' UU.uUU
HA
IH ACQUATIC   awl   LA
Broncho " Bautn*," Mllilaty Pataiti and E *
GUARDS at I 1Mb.
F.H CARNIVA, er liter lulling
Juts. H.M Warstei   Indian War Cat.;?*,, .ie.
New WeUMmier. i.C
W   II WARY. Jwrretary ait. Macau,,.
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Job
Printing
Thai touches the artistic
.md keeps house ,'orEcon
my, will be done at Ihis
ollice—quickly, nsaily and
cheaply. Y i 'have
lo send your.
to*n.  Anythiti,        :an
be done in T • nto iln
ordinary commcrcj-„i>rm!
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The EdenogiYi|ili
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THE EDENOGRAPH, ENDERBY, B.C., OCTOBKR   4, 1905
A. FULTON
TINSMITH & PLUMBER
Enderby   -   B. C.
Stove pipes and nil kinds of furnace fittings.
Bath tubs and sinks.
All kinds of repair work promptly done.
The following are a lew snaps we have on our
Enderby Land List
13 Eighty acres, lour miles Endeiby, fifty acrea fenced,
all easily cleared and level.   Price, $-1,000
Id Flfly acres, ten mllea Enderby. hall mile (ran school
and P.O., no buildings, partly lonced.   $700
IS One hundred and twenty-two acres, twelve miles from
Enderby, twelve acres cleared, (air house and outbuildings,
some frull trees.   Price, $3,100
It. One hundred and forty-nine acres, twelve miles Irom
Enderby. eighty acres cleared, located on river, lair buildings,
alock and machinery goes with place.    Price, $4.700; hall
cat ii.
Tho only Land Atenl whs coven   n,   I  .   LLL
the Octat!c.,-arc Valley.
A. E. HAL-, -ndeitey Hume Agent
Take a Look
AT OUR  TOOLS
Wc have a very complete line and our prices   will
suit you.      Come In and see,
THE HARDWARE STORE
R. P. Bradley - Enderby
mlJ.m a,.-_i
r THE "ANDERSON " N
SSSe* FORCE PUMP
■ K*et i
il. II
yit: No.2.1000; No. 3, 1500, N„
|e/©.wllt,»l,'l»-ni«AjiDBriaON.  Ol«e
■atiean. Il wit eenetiM* y»a
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leitihet   llyworAr»aaeclllieeaei»uncr*yi>»
eionpeytartn ■:.  II i.>i
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let yun atil r.t»«t bad a pump tarn hm.
Henrv Brain
H  A H   A   C K  K
VERNON.  BC.
I Vemon and e«
remain thete.
BRICKS
brick malt
Ob
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Brick C
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al cur Endetby yard, and aie in the
market lor order* of any alt* lor Iht
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DA_al Aiir A<U   a! tttorenewi
KcaQ OUr r\QS. They ihouW be read
A Forage Plant
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When alfalfa was first Introduced Into America, says
the Farmers' Advocate, certain sells and climatic conditions were cited as being particularly favorable to Its
growth, and in fact It was first believed lhat only In the
warm, semi-arid districts and the .'.arm valleys of the Pa
clllc coast It would grow. Later, since the plant has had
a chance lo adapt itself lo the American climate and soil
conditions, it has been successfully grc xn in almost all
kinds of soils, and from Ihe northern settlements ol Canada to Mexico. Of late years it has also been introduced
inlo Great Britain. On hillsides, especially where the
climate Is warm, no other (odder crop Is quite as good as
alfalfa, both In Us adaptability to the location and In qual
lly ol food It produces. It excels the other clovers and
grasses In thai when once established ll remains In the
soil a long time and yields heavy crops. It Is more particularly a fodder crop and should be cut as such, as it
does not stand pasturing as tell as some ol the grasses.
It can be Induced to grow anywhere, and being a very
deep-rooted plant, can flourish in the driest ol soils.
It may be that some will think that to grow a big piece
ol alfalfa Is all they need. It is however, best to go slow,
and sow a small piece the first year, and add to this as
they learn more about the most valuable forage plant that
a kind Providence has blessed us with. There is a great
deal about growing and handling alfalfa which cannot be
learned In any other way than by actual experience, and
all are advised lo try It in a small way unless It Is kiuwn
for certain thai It cannot be grown In their locality.
The following catechism on the growing of Alfalfa
may be useful to any who have or are contemplating thc
growing of this valuable lorage plant:
Q.   What kind of soil or land will raise alfalfa ?
A. Most any land, provi Jed It Is not too low and wet,
which has been well tilled, and Is apparently free from
any weeds.
Q.   When should alfalfa be soi.n ?
A. Any time from the 20th of Ap-il M the I si of June
—about Ihe middle ot May would pei haps be the best.
Q.   I low much seed should be sown per acre ?
A, On well prepared ground twelve to fifteen pounds
Is sufficient. On twelve pounds goods can be relied upon
providing lirst class seed Is used.
Q. Should Ihe seed be sown alone or with a nurse
crop?
A. It Is aa well to sow a nurse crop of say a bushel
and a half of oats per acre. Let the oats grow up about
eight inches, then turn your cattle on—sheep would be
better—for three or four h;urs each day or as often as
necessary to keep tne cover crop In check. Keep them
off In wet weather, (or thin they will tramp up the ground
and kill the tiny plants,
p.   How long should pasturing be continued ?
A. This depends somewhat on the season. However
ll is not advisable to continue later than August 10. In a
dry season the 1st ol August would be better.
Q, Should the growth from that time be lelt on the
ground or a crop of hay taken off ?
A. By all means leave It on the ground, as a good
covering for winter protection Is of vlul importance, es
pccially lhe first year,
Q.   What i_ considered a good stand ?
, pi..ms are eight Inches apart each way or
ore, you need nol worry about a poor stand.   It
•is: you afler a few years.
Will the stand Improve or thicken.
A.
even
will   .
C
A. Yes, but not after the same fashlo,i as clover will,
by reseedlng itself. Alfal a will send out shoots or runners from the main stem for twelve Inches or more, which
aiii iii turn send up sprouts, and in this way covers lhe
ground which would, were Ihis not the case, otherwise be
vacant.
Q. Is Is necessary to Inoculate the soil with alfalfa
bacteria ?
A. A liberal application of good barnyard manure well
worked Into the soil will be inoculation enough.
Q.   When should alfalfa be cut ?
A    When  it begins to bloom.   It  would be a great
mistake to cut ll later than the early blooming \ erl
new sh  ts begin to make their appearance at this lime,
and Ihey should be given full possession of the ground.
Q.   Hoar should Ihe hay be cured f
A.   The best way is to rake it as soon as this can be
done. Ihen pul it in raiher small, high cocks.    Leave i:
stand tn these cocks until veil ensugh cured so ll
get dusty and tn ill/ in thi shed or barn.   By following
Ihe above method you will secure hay of first quality
Q    How ollen can il be cut in a season ?
A.   Three limes, and in ai ason will
al least five tens to ihe acre, and olten more.
PASTURE FOR HOGS
Many hg raisers have yet to learn 'he great val.
pasture :r ^rjAing sAinc   Ills safe I    iy that n
half of the h:gs arc provided with .
succulent pasture, and thc losses thereby sustained art
nd comprehensl n   Pa lure I - l nly ec nomlcal
from ihe 8tai .        making more | rk   Ith mud
but It furnish^ succulence an 1 variety, and keeps
the htKs in a more healthy condition.    Tlis Kan:-,
(eriment station proved that It took seventy-one p
.[rain to raise 100 pounds of pork   aithout pasture
than Aith It.   A lattje per cenl of the ba'?"ti h->g pasture
■ Bally be tO "ci: i"ld a   haul
ne profit on the investm i        i   snd iabor.
Enderby Flour
Never send out of town for what is made as g 3d as
the best In town.    In supporting home industries you
are supporting yourself and others who make the town
These are our brands:
Moffet's Beft, Hungarian, Premier, 1 hrcc Star,
Drifted Snow, Ai.I'Ina, Strong Baker':   r XX,
Whkat Sheak, Superi       fj  .ham, Wi. ie Wheat
Patronize IGe Home Mill
The Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd.
Enderby.
Harness-maker and Repairer. Trunks.
Valises.   Etc.
J. W. EVANS,
KNDKRBY
FRUIT TREES
My Spring-delivery orders are all In. When you are
preparing for Fall-delivery irees, write me. I represent the
Nurseries of Slone & Wellington, Toronto. The
quality of ihe trees sent out by these nurseries Is
as near perfection as scientific growers can make It.
E. A. CHAPPELL, Enderby	
5000 Te,TEPEWDED Jas. Jarrett
Carpenter & Builder
Has cpencd a carpenu I
In the rear ol the Hancock'
All kinds of jobbing promptly
attended to.
E.jejririKed Auctlonror. <\lwav«rt«f>
to liter on a '.ai,
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The best clay In the Valley.   Well burnt bricks at reasonable
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Th« End rby B.ick 9b Tile Co.        Endcrby, B C
FashionaDleTurn-outs
Wc are now In our new Stables where everything Is spick
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