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B C. JULY 13. 1904.
S2a Yba«
pitted ever him.
I alcratch.
Kelowna'i newspaper will be Hans'
m a few weeks
The work of finishing the Ini i  ■
the Enderby titt.l annex
hind.
Sam. inquisitive Libert'' are Inquiring when the Oril pipir it is be issued
at Vernon.
Jas, C. English It handling lh.
Matsn Risch piano*. He hat one
displayed in hit tiore room.
Joseph Tamkinton. of Slav
Eng, half brother to Win, T
arrived at Enderby hut w**k,
Th* LO.L No. 446. hat changed blood
|ht* si meeting,   li now meat* j shortly all
■ and third Friday of each n ... repSnn
.
Hev.t J, A Wood ind ton of let: I
Silmcn Ann. tpent  Fndiy but at     ;
Enderby. vultlaj it ih*  Method :•
Ftrsjflage
pent a
• '■' •■ raing
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g. bui
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ii.  md  F. H, Biraes. sf
Live been auetted at Jut
ihe Peace '
cf ac.
Pauitn* Jahtutm it
R*y« will give their pop ulir -
th* lown ha.il tn th* evening ;! Sunday, th* loth   Th*y promm
tut aa; -. -
Fred Thst
claim put liitchi"?-,
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Jst. Bowei, >f Slur:
through lo Vermn ca th* train tut
week,  Jim tt wet! known to all Slo-
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hjtel mm in the Private*.   He it
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rf Villi 10
SI Cert:
l:tp»r-
*'iS   Si 25,000,    !
two-thirds of which is covered b
surance.
On* :! ihe Okanagan .
•    broke on  !
1:0 legs to g •
balance of the logs jammed at
bridge and are still held there.
tram as It was moving, he slipped and
fell between the wheels, but. quick as
thought, he rolled off the rail and laid on F"a«y hr Victoria, accompanied °"8m m ca" '    ™*V*
ttlllalong tide the trick until th. art by his sist.r „.d Mrs. E. C. Sin, "   ■ / «* «'»k"« »"*
Boiled Down J,
the Vernor, an-: Ai    li
goodly st:-
Basil Oardom told his farm properly '"en ln,W;
last week to Wm. Tomklmon. and left "tim&-
FarmersMeet
He escaped without Mr*. Simmons goet to the
■ il treatment. Stiun
At Ashcroft on Friday lasi. Mrs.     New cottages are going up In all
George N. Barclay, eldesi da llreaetlons ibsui Enderby.   The town      ' "
Judge Cornwall iprovementi have grown in value en    '
sf the poisonous bltt of a rati ::.'»lnce the beginning of the year.
Mn. Barclay wu In the act of picking until today they would ret ih I
tome flowers in the gat ten '" Jff»'" >* large at that of a year
diy evening, vh« n i*t >8'-
hand, and befot : oe    Great Improvementa are being made
summoned the p:it:i hade:,' red 1 ?.R. union houte.    The
,: hung upon I new hinge;
Town Hill to heir u
mute, on E«ch*nk-
.- Kin ber nttlli, I -;
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linster I -
being places between
Rice ind the wilting room: i
Ihrotij
ra than a rnan't hand hu been
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game, and when th«y cam. t;gether it
wat In the tplrtt sf honest rivalry, wllh
no feeling but a determination I
Enderby won by a tear* :! 2 t   .
The Armttrong b:yt ptiyed %
lotlng game.   They were on
In th.  combination work
never  pltytd   I   belter
'   y war. weak   I   |
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Try Tmi EaNOjatPit !■
prow    Every tub  ■ •
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it lean SC
bt placed
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ralatthe
rgel
hive lo
■ -it m*^
'ne  crop
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ihodthi-. an ej.nl looting.
„-e u iu preteat     Afi«r a great deal of isiStutlott. it
n. waa in iiwndinc*. and was '•- «nubteriptisnpap«r*
.■    ■ -' 'hehmda
r.mllt** to etr-
and to complete arrang.it
r.tabluhment of a branch
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JohnE Cra    .
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a:u a
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cilan age
-r their con- placed
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It it a g:
, s: Armttrong a:":rtl;an
KtaJaataMtCfag
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It Was the Orangemen's Day
The Gi::i:us T
Veman.   It -ms a - King :f
:fOran.: anagan
aid S3 many pe:ple gather a: ai n in th*
da honor to the
blue.   And never vas a
belter care:   -
n sustains: her rep.' -enter
tained her gje3'.s tlj
The C ?  r
fa' the excurs; . '.he mainlirv
fram Armstnng. ana Okanagan La--. >
fram Enderby the  ,
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having charge al the trs: .-angsrnents
::' 270 tic-:
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-ntii:;
The  .
nan was the,
I Vern.ns
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baseba'.i ;,ime *■;
He teller. Henry *.'.
Mi
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•^opportunity
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hindfe prs4-jce u soon tt it it tmr-
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Ray Han
Ur« Louie and Sf
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if and the End
the best way
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by the Ende-
lions provid
.as made by the *
excuse was mac
cial train far May .
ask far accomm;da'.t:ns.
s In l
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These trains car-. .
Okanagan Lake p:m:s about
Itlsestlmai   thai       imber artivinj
nveyai i      r S00: making
something like 1,803.
When the trains ai Vemon
were mi - tatloi rted to tl
Sign.- - n
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Ender: i spe-
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■m andBishipnck.an.
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• THE EDENOGRAPH. ENDERBY, B.C., JULY 13, 190-1
Yeaf
: EDENOGRAPH
11   M  « V UK
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respects 1
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Ihe elerna
:        have             ints but pi ■-.
lie;     :   :.,             • '   . urlsh
parenl   l    upporl    tit     Mo bell
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Hav Carriers
A GOOD H.\\k CENTRI
"Ah! H - many loads do yen lakt-
"Fr ■;. Un i  fifteen, sor."
"Ah ••• !   N v. I have a problem
r you     •'  .    iucI water, al this
He, .,." ;. : hauli I In all, sir?"
Irlver  of  Ihe wat.i  .:     rl
irki : h   ihui b backward I rai I Ih
"All Ih. wathi i yez J
i see there now. tor.' We want to Impress up n y u the completeness of our stock
of Machinery for the Farm Everything to do things with,
And all are made by the best manufacturers and can be relied
upon to be as represented.   Easy ten     prlc   right.
isplu gilng up and down In this el vat r all
.... "Is
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..... '.           rhe motion cf gotni
ght you                                              '■'■                  lopping?"   "N
ll Mo backslid
G '.'      ■ :• .. . HC
Hon I   lid ■
Henry W. Harvey
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Tola
NOTICE.
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AN INSI'Ikl.K Ol   MIA
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tian,   Th. logical one
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I unusual on.,   ll Thursday, July 14th.
•     . ■ ind > rested by Pi I  Shutt
ind I raylor
.    , Outdoor o.imonstrtitioiis on the char-
will be held at Mr.
a,|Cs' i |0 a.m.. and at
Mi  Mai lh  t.lternoon oi lhe
.   neetlng in tho
•:. at 7.30 p.m.
OnTi .ih. outdoor dem-
be held at the Stepney
urn.  An even.:.
.- nwn hall at 7.30 p.m.
:.' re request      havesam-
by Prof.
my, who ft at the head of the ^Jmm by '■■ »'lor.
I-. Western Canada Tjbsccs Syn- D   MATHES0N. Pres.
that the British Columbia ] ...
' ,r.iith*We tn fit-. •
:t;:^r   w.h.hutchison
General Blacksmith
20 Years
From today, how much ready cash do you expect
to have ? Perhaps you are working (or wages,
and do not see h put aside anything (or
your old age. but t In an endow
ment policy In THe Mutual Life of Canada, it
will pay you well—no company can ■
■./things© good.   Apply to—
Wm. J. Twiss, Vancouver
Urulcrl.a .   \\
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"A bolt In time will grease the
line"—makes things run easier
—saves wear and tear
final br-
..it Is made an be
repa
implements, buggies:.-
'„t special   an i all repairs guar
ante-
'3 Fruit Boxes
.>**>     Don't Forget
.
OUR FARMING PROS
ENDERBY
x-sCFWat.. -jhe Owl    ;),tTL
vv il„i  -i/ns v^wi        Refreshing
"\| Shampoo
^fc*U
THc British Columbia Mfg. Co., Ltd.. -v
. packages, and u.«e iPRU
Lumber, which Is the be?',   •• ,     ; print your nan
:ress on your boxes
. Mana»'-
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A. Todd. Hancock Wk. End^by
Hcve you a
Refrigerator ?
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G«'<>. R. Sharpe
Bath Towels
Nothing Is so good to make the skin heathy an1n:Hytua
quick rub-dotn w'th a Turkish bath towel.   The bathing season
A bath towel adds 50 per cent to the pleasure   Come
In and get one tth before retiring Is a great
the skin healty by friction or water bathing
■v orange, and ether fruit eat
J. C. Metcalfe Enderby
The StiEwiS'Wiaim Bueer Paiht
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I Cl '  lit* l>W#fllK-»«.   «|JJS-
aluliii ' > !•< «ith<l*n>l
the hu ! ••t|«tnl
lor the ■ teal.
ll'a <•". t■.' il Mfttinj .j                       t *Im
ai lurch and Unit faralut* aod
ill ani. ■ new «b«« a
ittonf\ |b*l i.i.-li .. »antot.
m, n *T
Do VOU wanl to   R. P. Bradley. Encleiln I l,u lu.nc Merchant
buy or sell?     r?   J    1      P  * 1    V    J
Dtiderby JOnck   Y ard
ild        Or uttlty.   Plastering, chimney
like!: It Perhaps       buUdine. .    -e masonry work contracted
■A. M. Baird Enderby
	
it, Wiil ft'.   "        . -    ,"   ai td»?*1
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•sttl in IM
IT WILL COST YOU ONE DOLLAR to ha.
t      a"   I
' F -    Year
I'll!'. EDENOGRAPH, ENDERBY, B.C., JULY 13, I9C
;/"Mct1iodist Churcli
SERVICES:
; B   tl til
!ver I m 11 :k, in
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A. E. R   BBI
■    - '::■: Sl„ ileal Ihe J1   l    .
Site Fi.i-n.it  About It
Good riiint- ar.- Never Waited,
"F  ir thou    .   : ra for a boy!     "I hearycuk
Whal d   .■ ii think   I lhat?   I       tht    i
in hard   I n Whi I    irenl ; it
Ijur III. vi -        H'.i       i    '.I
have thoy a right to c.c, :l :■
I: ii lair lor :. b ;■'  I play I
■.'   lilt (air for I     I
'a?"
n mi
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ut racli
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Town and Country
Under The Olive Tree
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Doesn't make an
i  :   perty—Fruit Land. Dai
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If you
prl        Land Is going up In |
_anu. Fan
al you
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■ind groom.
"1 rei     *    i bright young
.   ... ■     ■     . mi
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I thai            ■ ' .'v>ma up
ihey will be pooi
..iisdrewlng
make good  cit
men and                         vcel aa if
ihey had good pa..- for ta  •■ .
PorridiiC in  ll.-at«,-...
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as
..- a way of n
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of laying thlngt.   If proof ever were
nvlnee one of the Iruth
lying ihit. "everything li pure
- have only lo
• . i  tht   prill     ■ little children,
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.aim- attitude .f tlni]
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Boyt Cu.i S.im.-ilii.i,-
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A bjv.  '.-rant,:   n '
A lliil                             hat ns
Friend, tayt:   "1 rea
lhat It CMt nearly   ■
it by the
. ij> a London buy. and educate
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Irets him well    1
would nev -
'•at Ii becav
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Bui 1 began ta ttudy the itistif
■ that ■■•     •
{ht a cor
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ner in the
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HoMity of Our Edra'a A
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have i
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Henry's
Nurseries
lOIOaV,'!'      -'  '   K'.l      Ven.opar.
Thousands  of  Fruit  and
Ornamental Trees
K"'
Pian'.s
Floral Design*
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Eastern prices and less.
FcttailUcrs, Bee Hives and
Supplies.   Sjffly'^
IRA  C. JONES
attention p
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ENDERBY. !. <-.
Geo. 1. B recti
COBBLER
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C.O.F.Nu. 1058
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L.O.L. No. 446
■'WALtHA^
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F. Pyman
Jeweler 'W-
E'.pt-i-t Watch ia.p ,, ..
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WANTED
AT
ENDERBY.
The be I  advise others Is tc live ai
. . nave them 11
g's tall convej
the sickly, clammy shake o! a man's hand.
When hate leaves us and v/e seek to love those
•i we cannot understand, Cod comes very ci
There are precious few old mal
been married I:'—there hud been moi
;■::..
It Isn't worth while to argue with the m i
thinks he can be a Christian without changing his
habits.
Every soul has Its secret sorrow, which th*
world knows not of; ofttimes we call a man cold
when he Is only sad.
Did you ever notice how, when a doubter attempts to prove that there Is no hell, those who
are on the way there will applaud him?
The winds of time will not shake the fruit oft the
tree of Success. We must build a ladder Irom
the ground up and knock It off with a club.
The nice words that are carved on your grave
stone will not pass you through the pearly gates
njr give you a soft seat where the angels sing.
I am not sure, but perhaps the reason we are
it it so successful as the other fellow is that we do
n)i possess the same amount of lurse sense and
To paint the walls cf a building and leave the
r.'M unpainled. Is like dressing a man for the opera
minus a collar, or a dish of strawberries M'.hiut
cream.
If we haven't pride enough in ;ur work t3 do
'and. thrjghf.be only peel-
not be ptepared to do anything
Our rl sings sometimes come In pain
il druboinj I waste,. ur sympathies on
Perhaps he is getting whal
WALTER   E.   TRUESDALE, , nukkby. b. c.
applnes
r.h ourni
;i a lover
.     -.r Jf all m
sin
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happy, the i
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Enderby
Hotel	
This pioneer house Is experiencing the greatest
rush ot business in Its history.   It is the re:
Its popularity.   The service and a itlons
are lhe best.   Nlnel iemg bull;
to accommodate the trade.   The • land
.- and table.   Rates: $1 and $2 per day
Webb Wright, Prop.
Magnet Pharmacy
Cliff S:
The place for Pure Fresh Drugs and Medicines.
Toilet Soaps and all Toilet Stationery and
Magazines. Candles.   A full line of Smoker's requisites.   Prescriptions a Specialty.
SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS; PROMPT ATTENTION
E. A. Chappell
122=22  Carriage Painting Shop
Bacr.    ■    Hancock
•• elements.
$10,000':
BAKERY I
■■...■> .   .i.M ;   Clllf St., twar Ml Ihodltl Cliutch
ml,, la
fi,.h Bin* Dally.
Month
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IT WILL COST YOI
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ihlrtg stylish in Vi THE EDENOGRAPH ENDERBY. B.C.. JULY 13. 1904
Fins; Yeaf
t
eroy
Trading Co.
The :; ii   n get d    I
I . :\- Ing that will li
Suspenders
That will ha. i li'.•     A new and excellent Hi
ml   .    arm weather Suit or Hat
ly It at hot-weather prices
11               fi       1         ',            What tht Local Pa.lor.
n the Pulpits ffiA1       %     ,
"UkanaganLumber
Co.
Ltd
N    cutting,   Can fill any order for Rough, Dressed
and Finished ^-^
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■   ■ - be for a memorial um   lh* ch
■    . rat   lorevei      rhi    nmedlai
■ ■       ■.-      irt thai    '- Jin la                text were fir.-i
Lumb
umoer
mill. 75.000 a day    Ordei       mptlj :illed
ippllcatl n    rem
%, OKANAGAN LUMBER CO. LTD.
Endert». II  C
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Mowers
V
Tedders
0
Rakes
S
Forks.
X
to
X
fife.
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hath Im: e our grieft, a
leem   him
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inded for our tra   .
■ -.  bruited for our
• ■iaementof our peac   ■
him    and wllh his  strip.-
healed."   Thu must be the c
of every man. who would >
.'-..■        It   .
II
laical b
the actual ex; h in
In Hie cool of the evening, wnh
nothing overhead but lhe bl.
,i. Rev Mr. Robert) I
ii the lawn between the church
.......
■ aastor. for tu;h
net at that which listened to
the diacourt* could  not hav
titi mtotl
. .      !   ,        io learn (i
1 the past. a:.
In the future   The timet of oppr
have :■
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hearts of bv-
ited    God wi:    .
YOUR. CHARACTER
Persoi and Future will be read by an
expert repute (.n receipt cf 12 cents and
specimen ol handwriting.
HENRY RICE, Craphologlst.'w^^A"'.
J
Israel ma;: rget, but ihv lionet remind
ihem   v. in, but all nature
Many make a good
ceil of b»ii.|{ s good Orangeman, but
ijllowed out conittteiuly. the teachings
il the Orange Ordei would make a
man a good Christuii W
lake all the obtigitiims of lhe Order
ml yet mltt th^ me entrance into the
promited land 3i Heaven There is
only one way to tilvition and life and
thlt it the way af Jetut, our ■- ■
Enderby Trading Co.,
Cliff St. Enderbv
■Xjpa,>J
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The Armstrong Pharmacy
p
ACCURA" iNSING
Dispensing done by ,
CROAKERS
lt| \n.r.i .the right.
They fight real n. . tytitt* the fight
think Ihey tee pei •
rlke a limb ihat't roiten an'oon
.
..me r- . ■.-   -  .
: „:i tnuUie tin.
• in' that'll aevei
, their hauaeh- •
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R. R. Burns,
Masonic Building
Burns' Toilet Luvuries
Gun Supplies
Shot Cuns. Riffles. Ammunll has jus
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Th?y
Wm. Hancock. Enderby
Picture Framing
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A o I lardware
Armstrong i»*"«***»*«
© Works
Pv'tnae fi.rl.l Silverware.    Cranlteware.    Cruc',
ITC( S 1 Iglll Stands.   Copperware.   Fine 1
f*w A I rwwlc Cuuler>' Tinware. Fine Cooking
[Or Pi I gOOdS. Utensils. Woodenware. Pipe and
Pipe Fittings of all kinds. Butter Crocks. Daisy Churns.
Creaming Cans and Dairy Goods McClary MTg Cc's
* '   Famous Stoves and
Steel Ranges
W. J. Armstrong. Manager, Armstrong. B. G
■i and all ti
the quotatlciu along thta ha: ■
it   raider elevated.   In eat* Ut* v.■:..
they br:ught on Friday abeut Jfts. per u'a l »> pei tack.
tt      .it 30c    Iwtn ind the old
Thevegeub"   . ■      i at all be- tt,
hind the rett of ihe mirkr; on Friday j nude by ll
tible* wat    Ai it io be expected th? It-., i i
Tfi» eotttbinitisn A 'were loaded with their nweltat
• -;t. and lottte al them were event
f hit wat the cat* nil
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70 Town Lots
5  11-acre Blocks
the market.   Th: choicest building sites in the
Ten minutes' walk Irom the Postofflcc
Enierby has aivanced in a wonderful measure during the past
. -     Pi perty has doubled, and tripled, and quadrupled tn
n will continue to progress; It has only (airly
:    Pnperty will c ir.inue to increase In value: building
Iota will never be less valuable than ihey are today.   Your best
oppsrtunlty la NOW   Price of Lota, d!|AM C7(\
Henry W. Harvey. Agent, ■«*'»> * "
BEGIN WITH THIS ISSUE TO USE
HOME PRODUCTS.
Tl,.- Mara.-t.
HUNGARIAN
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JaS. C. English* Cliff St., Bitderby
J. E. Orchard
Painter and Decorator,
Graining and Staining
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Enderby.
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DRAYMAN
and GENERAL FREIGHTER
. Machine'y a specialty    Water supplied by the barrel
Garden plowing promptly done.
LOUIE, LING CO.,
3 itractora ol Labor. General Merchants, and Laundrymen
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C ntracl  taken for clearing land, wood
Fir     us Laundrywork dene at a reasonable
price    Na'.uraii ed Bri".i.,li sul Enderby, B C.

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