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 The   Enderbv P
SEP 3.10U7
rom A. I
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eroy Jrr ogress
and   NORTHERN  OKANAGAN HERALD   ^£!1!__.
Volume 4.    Number 15.
ENDERBY. B C. AUGUST 30, 1907.
Price, $1.50 a Ybai-
A GREAT
Bargain Sale
NOW ON OF ALL SUMMER
GOODS
Our Stock of TENTS just Arriyed
DEER, did you say?---Yes, we hope to
see some on Monday. How is your AMMUNITION?    A Full Line can be
TOWN 9>. DISTRICT
. NOTES.
Iia
dat.
Harvey & Dobson
We also keep a full stock of—
FANCY GROCERIES
ftan*^*TivafftT»in. .%_*>
Commencement of Our
__■____■■■____________■■__■
Going Out
Of Business
We have decided to close up our Business?
in Enderby on January Ist next.    From
now  on until then we will sell off our
Large Stock at Slaughter Prices.
TO START THE BAH. ROLLING we offer Ihe
Following:
14 Pieces Cut Clou       •     at 25 pc. discount
Ebony Mirrors and Other ebony go-: i: »■ 50 "
Combs and Brushes at 50 "
Tooth Brushes      - -      at 50 "
Ail Fancy Goods, Purses and
Leather Goods at SO "
Bcxes ol Paper and Envelopes      .-tt 25 "
Xmas. Goods
•fly to commence
talking Ol Xmas. Goods. But
Christmas Goods are already on the way We ha
dered a large amount ol these goods. In order I
getting rid of all we ordered we will sell these Goods
at prices away down, figuring to make only enough on
them to pay expenses
Us in Mind       Toll Your Friends about lis
NOTICt.-Cut Prices are for CASH ONLY,
charged on account «/ill be charged at full prices
■■■■_■ Hn_H___H_H__MF*9l~_EV~_PV_nN-M
lEnderby Drug & Stationery Co., Limited.
Monday, Sept, 2 is Llbot '. I
a statute holiday.
Mrs. E. C. Simmons and faintly.
of Vernon, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
B. Gardom.
J. II. Mohr has severed his connection with the Vernon Nevs. and is
row getting his land In at farming
once again.
T. Rlcharde.cn. aconipanted by his
wife and family, relumed on Friday lasl
f'Otit a combined busineu and plea, ute
tr'p Inlo Oregon,
F. C. Bowman wni lo Kelowna en
Wednesday Icr a short visit.
Miss A. Anderson t*l Minneapolis Is
visiting her niece, Mrs, It. N. Hen-
drieic it.
Mra. Or Vet.er and her daughter
Ermlnle relumed cn Thursday from
Toronto where they spent the summer.
Ye Editors, accompankJ by F. C.
Bowman, have decided \s take a
holiday cn Shuswap Lake out oi the
jurisdiction ol lhe Okanigs
aeaaon. and will be away a week cr t<-n
days.   During our absence.  J.  H
irt the tr.sst al
lha ! • t:*r-
City Foreman Greyell hsi beenbuay
superintending lhe tilling In cl Maud
street and lhe laying cf acme new aide
walks In dlflerem pans of il
The appearance ol Maud street haa
been gieatly improved by this filling tn.
It la colli] a revei
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for Ihr * Lite.
D. A. Wright and family leave tor
Scuhent Alberta, says lhe Armstrong
Advertiser, on the first cl the manih.
Mr. Wright has taken up 310 acres el
land M mat ol Calgary
Mt Wiight ha- ■ number tf, friendt in
this locality who will wish Irr htm lhe
best ol good Mune in his new heme.
During ihe ji ■■ jtnmlng
haa put through. Iwo mote teal estate
dull, and hut tf-a ethers fart.dutg H.
Douglas hu purchased a home »4
lot on Knight street Ir- -
and A. C Averv a twenty eight . ia
lot ol Ihe Bell property north <'
limits. The price paid Icr the taller
was $40 an acre Mr Avery Intends
lo erect a dwelling and In olher waya
Improve the'land.
In addition lo the tro?hies and piues
announced last week lor the Okanagan
Rult A;r?fi»* n's j,.imnl meeting mi
Sept. 2nd anil Jtd. j-veral others have
been donated, which in
By Duncan (Jen MP. a ••'
cup. lo be won thre*
match to be known at the   "Duncan
Rets Match." ranges 200. JCO.and
600 yards, open lo all comers auoc-
M Mc. •
ring ii-1
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u iiiim iti
Rain and sunshine alierr
scribes Ihe wea:!;. i
past week.
The slier lor Ihe Cotesuir.
larium al Tranquille has
ever by ilia AnllTuberculcs
and it is announced thai
•A'tcki' time patients will be received
at temporary quarters.
Next Monday being a legal holiday,
Ihe barber will take to the woods wllh
his gun. and the barber shop will be
closed fioni Saint Jay night until Tues-
:.', ir    :
Enderby and district fit soma free
advertising lasl week to ihe extent "I
a three column write up tn the Vernon
Neva cf an Interview by a representative cl thai paper wilh Mayor Boll.
Miss K F. Wade. wht. lias been
visiting her sister. Mrs. Win. Fraser,
icr some lime, lefi on Friday for Sal-'
men Arm. where she has acce^ieJ a
position aa teacher.
A Startling Assertion
On Ihe no less authority cl llie
guards themselves. It Is claimed lhal
when Bill Miner concluded his vacation
at the New Westminster penitentiary,
he did nol walk away with baie lace
and clipped head, the distinguishing
marks ol a convict, but wilh hair over
an Inch long and a moustache ol sev-
eral months' growth. At least, so sav.
the New Westminster News.
Why BIN Miner was lavored, con
eludes the News, with Ihe privilege ol
growing a moustache for months before
he escaped from the pen is nol clear
lo the average person, In view ol the
lacl that ll Is ihe established custom in
penitentiaries to keep convicts cleanly
shaved and closely cropped during Die
'term oi their confinement.
PRAIRIE CROPS
Reports from varieus sections cl Ihr
wheat belt are generally favorable, and
very little damage from frost reported.
Read-Fcreinan Fenton pulled out for ThWj|||, mmbfl „, ,,_.„„ ,_,„. .,.
the Salmai Arm read   Ihi next Gene realjy commenced culling, hs< e
ot hla labors—on Monday. operations will net be general I i
_   „ .   „ _, in ether week.    Gralnmen who have
F,   Burnet went to Kamlcops ** mXti MXcm p,m «,h, r^^ MV
Tuesday en business, ,h, nop „ |,,.|, ^ ^ «,.|| ,,„,,,
- .   , -    , unevenly, and that considerable of the
School opens en Tuesday ant. Sip , „,„ 4|U„ „,,, u ^^ ^ Mr|, ^
temberl    H. McDonald retains hu • lfmber frtsli.
. as principal, and Miss Beattie |    |n ah*,.., ,h, crops are ripening in
."Charge el the wcettd room, great shape and the yield will u*>
Wllh the extra rwim new provided, a jdoubtedly be a record one.   By the
third room, for the youngest chlldi «n.'""'"'N10 V9& *h«t» mtfthi i - it
,,, .   .... _„.   ,   cctuervatve estimate given by expeiti.
will be added,   this room will be        ..        „. Kn. *. „hjr.h ,^.v
charge ct Mrs, Harlow. Irom Vancou- !,„-,, c¥er thhtv bushels lo lht -
ver. a teacher who conn
recommended, and who hu had much    W, McKay, ol Salin.-i. - -    .
expeiience wiih small cl ver Thursday night.
Ellcrts are still being ins le t Ui. Peel, (athel
the eatabilshment of a high a Endet
. A though th ' for hla home in Parts, Ont. '  -
partm- I I to Enderby
A t-otwenllon cl thai Lib-
in British Columbia will be held tn
feeder  Hall,
ing Tuesday. Oct. I.
It la uid that agents ot the Cans
efian Northern Railway have entered
into negotiant)-.: with the Tsempslan
;   . ar    ' • '      |
at  Port   Sittifeon    The Canadian
• Pacific
termiitus. ihe price demai*de<t
■ -.,-*
Cily C is enjoying a
holiday visiting Okanagan lak*
ustees. t •
uy the>
it will be esliblt
ietaih nrtgai  i
have butt aelth '
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Any of our eitt
tbereivc a real It-,.
usual append,-1.
tutu oul aboul 3 cr 3C
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1 eye on the eastern hctiian,
met is
el u..usual site, with a tali that apt*a*a Tllt q
lobe ib.it 20Oyaids in length and>mm
emits biighi Hashes.   The camel was
first diseased by fttdtssat Danlets al     "'' ***** is *•""* ***""■
lhe Princeton Observatory, on June S. Il>r '      ''"""
and ll hu been awteping uiiltureis t*""*9*-i0 ***** Eui9'** ***
at lhe astound , » !il,.mfk**.1
mllea a day   li  .   -
point ton
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a giallfylng thing it a cei
•ere lo be made In ihu r
jthe  Saint
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JMr  Wabr. *' >. i of hu
jprteperiy in M
■ing on it-
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'     e'-idence of the prtal-
mate, re* .   , -      eeill
ind Ih-      ■
dent. M
r   G   K   1 awes    All those
number of cri;».a in the poultry
n   thlt  It   completed
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roflted by the experience ind
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poultry will,
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Notes and Con-
Tito nun who lens Ken provoked well .nigh lo
duperntton when trying to aoueexe in.I tliiiiuuh -he
ridiculoualy small opening provided on common lurnacea
will appreciate i.i il.e groatest extent il'.' advantagu of
tin- gtnaroui feed-door ..i the "Magnet."
It'a thc entire width of the fire-box, und very deep.
Large enougl to anally u.lmit bi^, rough chunlta ol wood,
that would otherwise eithot havt to bo chopped up ot wasted.
only una of
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AllJ  Ihli    le'.lillle
lite ntiiity ;v-se <-■ .1 bl tha " Mauxst*'
—iho I...i. ieo I'.r.i  on a."imi,
P; ill f.-r
wood, but
will til-o
bin in.ul.
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Church Services
S. George's Church
Holy Communion:    lal.  and   |ih
Sundays in the month. II a.m..  3rd
uid . lh Sui lays In ihe month, Ba.m.
also on Saints' Days at b a.m.
Matin..    I'v i . : lay, I*> llpl Iht
11 in iln month, 11 a.m
e     •  :   Jrd. and Slh. Sundays in
• "  nth, 11 a.m.
I     .    .    Kvery Sunday. 7.30 p.m
-.: rldaya ai '.'.30 p.m.
"•  5 r.   .    Evi ry   Sunday,
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! | S. John the Evan-
:-;mdn Arm
.   s       , cted b. il>- Vicar on
In lhe monlh.   On all
ei  i Sui i.i    by Lay Reader.
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Vicar.
Methodist Cii
Divine services eveiy Sunday at
'.'  ; ni
Sunday School and Bible Class at
•day. at 8 p.m,
A N. Miei.ieK, I'aslor
St Andrew's Church
■    -sat II a.m.   Suneia.
• 45   Rev. D. Campbell. Pastor,
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LOCAL AGENT
A WOMAN'S
TESTIMONY
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THE ENDER11Y PltOGRESS 4 NORTHERN OKANAGAN HEItALIl
SALMON ARM
Weekly Budget of Interesting   NeVs   and Doings   ol  lhat
Thriving District, from our Regular Correspondent.
msamiar^-^ftjai-.'xsvsmftmmxtKJtamrmtarft,:
IF IT'S IN OUR AD.    IT IS SO WE AIM   i.   I I.KASK IrViiY ! ' l*CHASER
Mr. and Mrs. Klllough of
Winnipeg, who have been touring lhe Western States and B.
C. spent a few days this week
wilh Mr. and Mrs. Neelands.
Miss Cannel ol Victoria has
been visiting wiih Mrs. McLean
for Ihe past few days while on
her way to the Old Country.
W. Allen of  Enderby has
Home Circle
Many a man Is rich without
money. Thousands ol them
with nothing In their pockets,
and thousands without even a
pocket, are rich. A man born
with a good constitution,
a good stomach, a good
heart and good limbs and
a pretty good head-plecc. is rich-
moved Into his new home on [Good bones are betier ihan
the new townslle. | gold, tough muscles than silver,
land nerves that flash fire and
Work has commenced on carry energy w every function,
ihe new Methodist Church' m better than houses and land.
Jackson & Parker have been) t, ,sbel,er ,han |arKjcd estate
awarded the contract and they L, have had ,hc rlght k)nd 0, a
Intend finishing Ihe building (_,her and mother Uood
before winter sets In. I_reeds and bad breeds exist
Montellh & Thompson are among men as really as among
erecting four houses on the .cattle and horses. Education
new townsite lor renting pur- may do much to check evil
1 tendencies, or to develop gocd
«,,,„. ..'ones, but It Is a good thing to
Wilcox were |n|wr|, ,he r|gh, propoi!lt* d
(acuities to start with.   That
Keep Cheerful-Be Sunny!
vmtamsKvtmimei.*».t
Things are moving These Days
poses.
Mr and Mrs.
visitors to Kelowna and Sum
merland last week.
Mr Savage of Vancouver
who has been spending a short
holiday with his daughter Mrs
McGregor, returned to his
home on Tuesday.
F. W. Cllngan ol Vlrden.
Man, was a business visitor In
town last week.
Mr, and Mrs. Harper lefi
for Vancouver on Thursday,
They Intend spending a few
days taking in the different
places of Interest at the coast.
We are pleased to learn lhat
Salmon Arm Is to have a new
school. It hu been decided to
build a four-roomed building,
and work will be commenced
on It as soon its lhe fltul arrangements have been completed. The trustees have
been very busily engaged
hunting up a suitable site and
have al last secured four acres
ol land at ihe rear ot the Mc
Gul.-e lownsne annex
Winnipeg spent Saturday ol
liftt week with the Drone's
while on their way to the coast
Neelands & Weddle have completed their new store and are
Suiting in a complete stock ol
ardware   It Is a neat little
man is rich who has a flavor of
wit and fun In his composition
The hardest thing to get along
with In this life Is a man's own
sell. A cross, selfish fellow, a
desponding and complaining
fells a', a timid, care-burdened
man. these are all born deformed on the Inside. Their
feet may not limp, but their
thoughts do. A man ol fortune
on the blink of the grave would
gladly par* with every dollar to
obtain a longer lease oi life
Count no expense loss that
makes the home more delightful.
We are happy In this world
just In proportion as we make
others happy.
When the last word is likely
to be an unkind cne. lel some
one else say ll.
Marriage seems never so much
a (allure to a man as when
something goes wrong at home
Salmon
Arm
ARE
i Going Ahead %$
tJWhen Yon wanl lo FUR.NISH that new house can supply
ill
all your
N -Tils
A GOOD STOCK OF STAPLE
FURNITURE AL^YNsn0N
Just Receivcd--a        I "pi Wl  ^   You want one for
Shipment of
that Camping 1 rip
Schoolbags
IN ALL SIZES
SALMON
McCallum & Wilcox, akm
r.-ae.-.T.'-; m-VaTXAjtn-r-.-~.-m:?~iT:; -***.rr..
Mr. and Mrs.   Barber ol I1)?'.,1!!,c»n'1 »mM* bltm
his wife (or.
The kindol religion that tells
in the long tun Is Ihe kind that
never howls and growls because there is no puddling on
wash day.
Some men say ihey are per-
place ol business which will no, fectly willing to spend iheir
doubt add very materially lo the *h„e lives in making their
business prestige ol our lown.   WjVes happy, but they
Miss Wade arrived on Sat* spend any money lor the same
urday morning Irom Enderby purpose,
.oiakechaneoflheiownschooli   ^ ^^ wh(J „    hl
Tenders are being called fer }3^e% th8 shades of her preit
lhe construction of a fouHty furnish* d parlor, that ihe
roomed frame school house al WCrifl In passing may catch a
Salmon Arm east, and lor ihe:g||mpSe of the flippy i
construct!* n of a large nne -within, docs a
roomed school house at Can:** cMliiaiian.
Cteek
L»t iii* null yeu Iim. lo pr . -
aantpta of tn/ Dr, .V,
and 'ii) I* X on tllher Djnpttvia, lh"
Htart, cr ih« Kidnn;
Dr. $bs,j>. Riiittt. Wit.   Trwblei cl
the atamach, liuit or I
mtttly symptom! ol a deeper -.
Den l irok-illiicaitiinHt'rtt.
Ing symptom! only   Syt*-pi>r--
tnttei u - . ..ji j jn-ur ail.
mem. a .
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eontioliing or iraije ie<..
lhat noma, ard you inevitably have
weak vital organ-   11-re u trhert Dr.
Sh w*i'» Rctioraliv* hai made II
No othar rented* even elattr
"iniiele nenrea"   Alio lor Moating.
H    . .•■..■>-
uat Dr. SliMp't Reiterative.   Wni«
lor my lie- Ekok turn Or. Shsop'a
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Schools In the municipality
open on Monday next afler lhe
summer vacation. The teachers engaged are; Miss B Mar
shall. Silver Creek. Miss S
Matheson. Salmon Ann East.
Miss M. Daykln Canoe Creek.
Miss McEwen. Salmon Arm
West, and Miss K P. Wade.
Salmon Arm
We never ha-.r
we can  bear    The present
houi      ire always a
I.
strength.   I' she tril
years were gathered i*
they   i .
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strong" it one.
then  anoil
b:ih.
perhaps, ihan either, but ail is
Fit* Stttiptet ti .    wisely measti-'
at-»ntetooCt*b«iii t- ta- -cngih that the bruise I
iwtartlmliCriidy&eWCtiwta!.! iwugh tl our trials in this
No Qtmm, no Utatttt.  Mtt
harmful what-   ■■■,.-■ mt Is sent to
ctMb'-aa Hit iiamt impHtrmtm leach us garm.»hlng. and alto
ilurpaat-t'/anditulclilri'ilhKitveni.c.   *•"■' h ** '   ' **** ****■ Powcf ol
SoMtrEirftrhybimfc StaticneiyCe any ic teach alone
STEVENS
IN   CAMP  OR   ntl.t)    AT
MOUNTAIN OR t-'inet
|.a^iia1.,raa.'.e'e
II f- e| fce-eea l1
rat«Mt ttuittwnt H ihriu mi
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laa. aaVe^f,■„ it*,.*, i1' i,,n-i
0* Vm: mifl mrois. mmt,
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Vfc J««r t*f%t,1   *m*  tHM.I tm  l'rt>
MMIA   \\%»*t ♦,.!  t.    I »,,   |„
Mlfc «-*,«» •fcff» rfi,,,     . •f
t***}^   mpmn tfaetlf.)  nf |   , ,
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a,   *n, *•-....      mm* .   . , i   ,
tarn   * a*ta.a    II    1(it   lM-> rr.4  IM
J. Mill ^     li.   a   yi
I    ". llatt lm}
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Sdmon Arm       ^*-«.m«,-«~
Livery Stables padwonAPflrkwl
]*'_ j '  'i        Builders k jj
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Coniiadors
NALMON MM
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A   general   dray ing
Dtisincf." transactea.
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mareil.ia v ' 4    A,, fn. Cl eol. k"-"
The
Fancy -T'—e .. NORTHERN QKAiNAOAN Hr.S.\l.H
A Rich Drawing Tea
Flour Mill Improvamiants
.'•fl1?, CnX.*.' UJ!
£very Infusion is Ddicious and Invigorating
: i i Pack ia Only
Highlit, Aevaid Si, Louia, 1904
r.^**^——a—a>—— .ia, i   a  AA^-mA.._    in. _ ,■.... e^. a. ■■ —al
I ANNEX
I TO SALMON  ARM
j Townsite NOW ON The MARKET
a ____
Closest Lots that Can be Bough
near Station and New Wharf
In order to cope lUCCOtafully anil
■ nomleally nth tin fast inert i ■■
ira Ito   ilng ll a wa)  i lht Cotuml ra
. Mills Co Lui. iiie- mat.,
•I'.ent Itavet plamieri  many Improve
■   iht  •. I ol iii<* mill
some of i *    *     '>r way.
When all these  tiiipiovenieiils have1
•    -
increased io <C0 barrel* pel
AT ALL GROCERS li the In j
aw I    ira, a nta
..lot a large  ;•
. .    . ■■■   ..  ;■ :.:■■ :  •
,-■   inakt It lossible to empty a cat;
imh wheat tn in
ILL   THI ML CONE
itars apply
n Arm, B C
■
In man) -a
A      I _l
■    ate an I
I 'Itre.U'jhOlIt th-
inety ol the
and whtn
pruvtnitnla
WHEEtER&EVNAS
▼
1 leailt|iiarlcrs for Fresh Groceries—lhe
Befl Brands on the Market.
Full  Linos of Boots and Shoes and
Men's Clothing.
We stock the famous "Regent" Brand ol Clothing.
Bank or Montreal
up. SI4.40 r a- -. « I I a e.'-/:VO
k« PioeiL oi»il lou acfOeitaL. 1432,669.98
HEAD   OirtU'..   MONTREAL
A Con. .il H.'.nkin<;   bvtinen iron»(fted
Kimloopt 10 Yr!*..   V -d la.
irtal. via
'.*.:■ .1 I
-.Urination fraught wnh sig
nillcanct lo Kanilo:,<> The directorate ol the Canadian Pacific Rail may
Company, ao out I - rltea, has
iaeided upon ihe immediate
•   Hon ot tht r. ad vi a the North
Kdmon
lell   The matter, ve ate kid, is now
.. lha le., !  I,'-     '.. .   .;       •
. lit U preparing
■    ■
. . rt    •   .    na   .-hrntghn
uatyand aw.-    I      radon, who
■ -
■
- ■       •     Iht plans
• ■•■
•     li
For High-Grade Goods
-TKY-
Wheeler <£> Evans
■.•mn
We have everything necessary for a comfortable, pleasant drive
The Beit Horses and
the Fineft Rigs in the Valley.
Ala . and Hauling .-.unacted lor    Tamil reasonable,
MATTHEWS k IVANS ENDIMY
tunic*-
*
A LARGE
STOCK OF
. - -',   .
NOW
ON
HAND
-il burnt brick* at reasonable puces
nail Quantities.
1Ew Enderby Brick A Tile Co.    Endbrhy. B.C
Savings Bank !££?_£
tttSKi>. -ra;j    Withdrawal'   0'   A •-■  < Kill*  t
t.li-y .    . •       a
I tyt    -iii ihis. the natural I
leimg link
....
Brlllah Col.
hia road will open up a
•  '
i.i..    ■
Amove * ,..A-i*ki.'..a-. s -.1
■   .  .
I -
I. I *. I I  I t   I
',
I SAY!
.-»!»'»■.•,-»*;'-> _i_,-a.»-a»a_a*A.
• n-weather at
; *   ".• •   -        in to*n
FULTON'S
\
About. Codtinr Moth
\t than while
,hw!J be put I
•• .    ■     .    ■   • ■
liability tf lUjiplementing Iht work
.   - it-e» by adapting
.'-■-.
Hot Weather Spcciaties:
HARVEY & DOBSON
CENERAL MERCHANTS
LADIES' DEPARTMENT
Under the management o! Mlu Boyer, late ol Montana,
Grand Millinery
Opening
Our   Stock   of   Tinware   t-   a very
complete One
■■•tmutaBLnv.ev
L. G.
mtning
',<! \i. i STATI  AGI N I
\r< riONEER
NDERBY B.C    I'ii ....
A  V,r.: ft lltutl 11
City   Barber   Shop
rtl  sieHitleeir
e iiii to the gr-
The bands ihould bt put en I
Taktaali icklngoi
. ■ ►; around the n-e
i in Ihe middle, thtn tie Id the
.atlng a piece 1 tune around
Idle outside in such a way lhat'
>; can bt untied eatlly; then'
tap portion of the band over!
-. Iba
Itt tree    I he caterpillars will jj
       bar.ds lo apin the- *m*MH
rwna aii      a     houM bt laktn! *>v"
oil onct -   • i     laatcl  dt   VC^
ll ;h' irtta art I I bittdaged. al any
tale tilth   ..-a from beneath
. iked up sndde
a- :   ll -rt alack j
At Ft- IU .-.    .1;
ind tht pi
The Ladies of Endeiby and surrounding towns are invited to insped
the largest and Inn-si display of Fall
and Winter Milliner)' ever shown in
the Valley on Saturday, afternoon
and evening, Sept. 7.
Tea will be served from 3 to 5
w
I EN IN ENDERBY
3P   AT
Hit KING EDWARD HOTEL
.
,
'1   t
R.
ro havi
"jiion
ate th*lnt'
Sharpe
1 oall requiri
'a   •   •
.: .
1
tgatone . ;_
1....
• f*
VlVM,
•'.    1
■
I   »Y   OF   IHE  OKANAGAN   M
>-n tan of ihe Okanagan Valla/, vhethet
it I31 pleasure and apott, can da no bailer Ihan
I thell headquarters       Table and cuisine un-
ra - • *nh lineal vinee. spirits liqueurs, clgata
i-.HT SAM'; ft MS
HELL «, MURPHY
Pee-ai.-t 01a
\v*- b     C    -.;.    and other diinka    We have a
w lties « opinis .,,g. j,5 ,.„,,„, ,1,11,1,, „,,
I Horn
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