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and   NORTHERN   OKANAGAN   HERALD
With Which Is Incorporated THE EDENOGRAPII
Volume 2.   Nui.'i
NDERBY. B. C. NOVEMBER I 0. 1905.
. $2 a Year
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Quality is Everything
. Announcement .
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O.'.ing to the steady expansion of my
business I have found It desirable to take a partner
to assist me, and I have the pleasure of informing
you that from the above date Mr. W. Allan Dobson
will associate himself with me. under the firm
name of Harvey & Dobson.
I am glad to take this opportunity of thanking my numerous clients for their generous sup
I ' I in the past, and trust that you will extend to
the new firm an equally liberal share of your esteemed patronage In the future, which they on
their part will make every endeavor lo merit.
Yours faithfully,
HENRY W. HARVEY
LATE    PERSONAL    ITEMS.
Dr.Vai -     ....-■; Ai . It :,'
D. Cameron moved out t n Thrift-
lay I  hla li.:. i led up Ihe
W. H. Hill came In on Saturday to
enjoy  a day's shooting,     li-
stay away I
The proprietors tl ih- King Edward
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Miss Houghton u
al Endorl
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and twenty-five sat down to supper.
Mr. and Mrs. Shann *n Mt fir their
Ihotne In Bolssevain, Man., the taller
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to Enderby, the guests of Mr. an I M i..
R. P. Bradley.
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-in a two weeks'   survey
-I Lake country,
was for the purpose of lore feasible route for  the
Inderby lo Ihe lake.   This
. em n    And m •    «'er, the dcveLji-
ii.-ill ol a rich socll n ol country  re-
Many seniors havr .-
but are  discouraged by Ihe
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The proposed road   larl
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led sallsiacl     I   ilic land on I
; that road and also lo I
ss men.   Th'-- atoi
cd a heavy loss of good roa
"passable nature of h
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For Insta
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H. W. HARVEY,,
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Look
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Cheap Lumber
What do you
Think of this?
and Dimension Timber, from S8 to $10 per M
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loderate pries ninny u
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rocks at 11< n   ill
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J.  reaver, accompanied rw« I..   ;k h- :!>yihe Lad- stock In ail llw
family causa in on Motniayli It byterlancl
Hall.   The date fixed Is D<
ted Enderby two or three yci.' h is just a m it
and has returned to make In
ent residence here. I here will b- for sale it
Chlllhrack will have a water. ""':
SI2 oer M sys,cm 'wf5,e m* cn*  ' '      ■' ' a       '
" Last week the bylaw to grant ah arved and II la I
from $15 per M. up chue to the Elk Creek Cs.. wi. ••' '" ■
.i free.
Dry B  id
Shlplap,
Flooring, C lllng, Siding,
tied by a large ma]
t -   Any other Information will be furnished on Inquiry at wiu be got from Elk [alls, tome thin Ed. Hams led on Monda
ouroliice.   We respec;: .lly solicit a share of your patronage, mites fmm the town. -viwh-t-.-  wiitund--.
which will have our Caretul attention.                                         j. r»afc (,„„ ,„ tut week from »t treatment I rhiaey*
tht KAMI.OOPS LUMBIi' CO.. LTD Satliatoon: »»* eapecta to atay h
-inter.    Saskatoon fcs a husl   Hli frleadi wish I
__   ling business town which is growing j ami .very,
fast.   This has been I barn
SALMON' ARM NOILS
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ON
Wednesday,
NOVEMBER
1905. at Sir Arthur S:<
130 II..J   i Cull.   14 Hanw,
Three Miles south
tf ami  13 Anton Cu'l.
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40 ycailtig an
14th Asw
d Shcrth in bull.   About 10 n
v ■ , treated Shorthorn bulls.
wheat, the yield being mama ..us and.    T,;
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W.   > -.h> has a fin,
ranches . j volume
lias had a n. -
iotcndid crop all round this year. Cm
thirty lorn i) the acre.    Sir A,,! ' ' ' ;
While  p.Tal- ei   that   weighed   Hire   town Ihe ■
potmda M
; Sir Arthur.
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the progress city Fathers
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rhe  Bylaw   Relation  lo Doi
iho I'jmi..   rhereol    I in
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and
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Everything in the Grocery lln and |
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J. C. Metcalfe     Enderby \
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Bank of Montreal
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ill iriTfttt   NflTARV        Capital, ell paid up, SI4.PO0.0U0. Rest. »10,000.000
Balanc. r.-ol.i. und Los, account. SJ73.98U
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BIG POUR CONSOLIDATED COLD MINES, Ltd.
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Have your .'
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MAIL ORDERS
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 i'HE PROGRESS. ENDERBY, B.C., NOVEMBER 10. 1905
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A. FULTON
TINSMITH & PLUMBER
nderby    -   B. C.
Stove pipes and all kinds of furnace fittings.
Bath tubs and sinks.
All kinds of repair work promptly done.
The following are a fe« ve en cur
Enderby Land List
even miles lr m !• nderby.    250 i ire
••■ .1 .-.nil     l-'xir i ,-    i  ii u »  :ui.i barn..
i'-J        I  . ■• :.   ,1   ■  .,1 mine      },i;i,. , ii
17   157 acres, S 1-2 miles from Enderby.   36 acres
- lulUvallon.   Good house, stable and other building', all
•  rkable.   $1,700.   One-third cash.
160 acres 8 miles from Enderby, 12 acres under
culii.Mil » 3-5 mile of fence, frame houso aud barns, watered by creek,   53.000.   Pari cash
16 One hundred and forty-nine acres, twelve miles from
Enderby, eighty acres cleared, located on river, fair buildings,
rygoet with place.    Price, 54.700.; hall
The only Land Agent who covets
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H. P. LEE
A. E. HALE. Euiiiby H>mi A,;-
The Winter is Coming
Wiiat about that new stove you were
going to have.      We have a choice
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STOVES
Ranges
Heaters
%c   HARDWARE   STORE
R. P. Bradley - E
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FRUIT
My Spring-delivery orders are all In. When j are
preparing for Pall delivery trees, write me. I re. sent the
Nurseries of Stone & Wellington. Toronto The
quality of the trees sent out by these nurseries is
as near perfection as scientific growers can nuke it.
E. A. CHAf'PELL. Enderby
BRICKS
BRICKS
Brick.
i RICK
BRICKS
The best clay In \Uc Valley.   Welt burnt bricks at reasonable
prices.   Large -. *mal1 quantities.
Tb« Enderby B. it k ffit> Tile Co. Enderhy, B. C.
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him
n Thou pMttofitU perBMn who t*rrj
llirir linnru (h    their    ntOQlht    nfr
'*   -i Mthertnt* pitted (ban feared   Their
tlir. Rti h'i ii - mt*. Ro Other rjffirpOM
ftj« limn 10 iWenriii bin Mint it ll.rmt
I Utile   tttcdr-  I'nlli-r.
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About Hogs
Prime li.-av, I; ?,; inolude h £s h-: - •. :!,.• .w\,]W.:,
of three hundred and five hunJr:': . that are in
prime condltl n. Years ago h .'j (this :.; • werenu
merous on the market, but fortune'.-.. ihl kind Is being
replaced by one of lighter weight, the but I . weighing from one hundred and eighty to three hundred and
fifty pounds.
When we stop to consider thai .i h g when between
six and seven months old will m i. tin of fifty pounds
In one month, anl that during the last stages of feeding
necessary to produ i prim h ivy hog It requires from
three to six irnnths lo pr iduce a ■• tin i fifty pounds in
live weight, it Is apparent that the most popular hog on
the nii.rket can be produced with more profit than could
the hog that was most popular a few years ago. A hog
that has been fed continuously from the time he was farrowed up until he weighs three hundred pounds and Is
ab ml nine months old, can" profitably beyond
that stage. Often he can he sJa with more profit at a
lighter weight and a younger age than above mentioned,
says Farm and Fireside.
The market at the present time also discriminates
more severely against the hog that Is overdone in condition. The hog that is in greatest demand Is one thai is
smooth, symmetrical, compact, end evenly covered with
a firm layer of flesh which has a large proportion of lean
meat and not an excess of fat. This naturally suggests
the question of bacon hogs.
There are two kinds of bacon hogs—the E gllsh
bacon hog and the bacon hog of th.* United States. The
English bacon hog of Ainetlca Is produced almost exclusively in Canada, and the product is sold principal y In
foreign markets. The bacon hog of the U. Ited Stat- s Is
of the fat, or lard, h g tpyc, and Is an Intermediary between the fat, or lard, hog and the E glish baccit
It has frequently been advocated that since Canada
Is so successfully producing the ring i h bac m h g for the
English market that the United States could also produce
this kind of heg with equal success. The demand, however, for this kind Is limited: at least, sc is claimed by the
hog raisers across the line, and say that while the tendency of the market at the present time 13 towar is a
lighter and leaner animal, the change must be made
gradually and In harm n lemands of the mart
The market demand fur hogs Is not uniform from
season lo season. In the winter there Is a great demand
for heavy hogs, while In the summer the market demand
a lighter hog. The winter season Is the packing season,
and the hog best adapted to this service is the heavy I .
therefore it is but natural that this kind of hog should be
demanded by the market at this season of the year. The
hogs slaughtered during Ihe summer m nths are used
principally for the fresh meat trade, and the lighter
are best adapted to this puipose.
The supply of hogs on a market at the different sea
so.is cf the year d jes n I m to the demand,    ''
pigs are farrowed In the spting. By the time winter sets
in many of them are ready to go to market in a finished
condition, and many more are sent in uti.mished for vatl
ous reasons, such as a lack of feed, lack of feed, lack of
thrift, and the need of money to meet pressing obligations
The result is that light hegs and pigs are forced upon the
market In undue proportion during the fall and winter
How Is It with the heavy hog ? Pigs that were farrowed
In the spring have not as yet had time to develop into
heavy hogs, and fall pigs of Ihe previous year which have
not already been sold are not numerous enough to fill the
gap.   This causes a scarcity ol I,. .   in the late
fall and early winter.   In summer: ion   ..ere
versed, giving more h-
The hog that is sent to market in the summer (-..sually is
one that was farrowed In the spring crthc fall of the pre
ceding year and has developed Into a heavy heg Light
hogs are scarce at this line, because most of thc^ igs
are farrowed in the spring These facta usually work together to make a narrow range in the prices between
heavy and light hegs during the summer months and a
wider range during the winter m
^nation in ihe su|
demand also has a ten:
ot a certain class on the ma*- . i flenl 11 sup
ply the demand for that cli i-manl must
necessarily be filled by I . ■     These will
not command the price that II :hey were sold
within their i vnciasi rent classes sell
on the same lcv<:; i • much at
It low
puce because the •■ . gs furnished is of a
ent char.ictcrjlhan is demanded i . 6.   Till
depressing influence on the marl I lal
for hogs sold partly »uta!de their • in i- -. than
they wouid be if sold ei
Buttermilk is a valuable fee I vhenfed
I n - kind of ground grain s. I lllng
or ground oa';,   A mixture .   ins made Into thin
I. p rvith buttermilk and fed - - *.■ a day giv
■    nl results *l'.en   fed  gr F if; .
-.ve.r.e 11 prefer sweet skim n II -.ix'ure of ,-
grains,   i neve* give i itti rmllk alcm tn in
ing wh k- grain, then i: li fep in limited ,u n'ltlei
ifter eacl .-. •    .-. n all ne tl     gs •, ■-■ it
, may result—Pacific Home-
n^^J  /*-t»»   A Am    and so get the late:." .,
Read OilT AOS. They should be read. H
ave you sent in your
Sub
icnption
Enderby Flour
Never send out of town for what Is made as good as
the best in town.    In supporting home industries you
are supi  rllng .   n ell and others who make the town
The-e are our brads:
Moffct's Bcsl, Hungarian, Premier, Three Star,
Drihkd Snow. A:i •■ Baker'    -XX,
Whkai   SrlBAF,  SUPERFINB,  fJRAHAM,  Wh  : L  Will
Patronize Xiu Home Mill
IF* Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd.
Enderby.
Harness-maker and Repairer. Trunks.
Valises.   Ete.
J. W. EVANS,
KNDKRBY
THE "ANDERSON"
S|   FOR.CE PUMP
hall the rower of any '
a little child can onerai-   l
iu capacity is. No 2. 1000. No
4.2000 gals, per hour.
Henry Brain
VERNON
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Fashionable T urn-outs
We .ire now In our new Stables where everything I
span   Rigs and Saddle Horses always al
Stalls and feed ready for your Lit ><
MATTHEWS & EVANj
ENDERBY
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HELP US lo make the PkOORKS,
lien in the valley,   VA-
$JL2 5
Till
JANUARY      FIRST
1907!!
New Subscribers $2.25'
receive both the
FAMILY HERALD & WEEKLY.
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To Janus'.
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i««wi:*f.-Ai^.ias
SNAPS
$10  and  $12
SUITS
For $6.50
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Cutlery, Etc. •  and
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SUNDAY   HOURS:   aio4p.ra.
MOWAT (& BRINDLE
BILL BLOCK. I M I Nli\ . B. C
Real Estate, Insurance,
Mining and General Lend Agents
PROMPT AND  CAREFUL       /pn\
ilTION GIVEN  TO
BUSINESS ENTRUSTED
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