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Armstrong
and Spallumcheen Advocate.
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VOL. I.
ARMSTRONG, B. O, FRIDAY, MARCH lfi, l!KXi.
NO 48.
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GENTS'
FURNISHINGS
fcn't it time you were tfiinfting ef
_jour Wearing QppareC for tfie coming Spring and Summer;
There isn't any doubt about the
Beauty or Fashion you will rind in
theseitioods in our Store. They
arc just opened and are the Best
Products of Mills of National reputation, and you cim bank on the
Quality.
See onr lines of Hats and Cups.
Shirts and Hose. Our $3.00 work-
Btig Shoes are the Best Value on
the market. Boys' School Shoes
SI .40 to $3.25.   Overalls $1.00.
Men's, Youths' and Boys' Clothing in all Shades and Styles $5 up.
THE  ROAD  WILL BE BUILT
This Is Price Ellison's Opinion Regarding the M. Jr. V.
NOW   IS   THE   TIME   TO   GET  YOUR MADE-
TO-ORDER SUIT.      OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND YOU  WILL HAVE   NO
DIFFICULTY   IN   CHOOSING.
-.^ Jlrtnitafjc % Paul's,
ML   The Leading Gents' Furnishers Jd
THE BIG STORE
Spring
Herel
Now is the time to order
your Spring Suit. We cnrry
the.Celebrated	
CAMPBELL'S
CLOTHING
which is recognized to he the
Most Upto-Date Clothing in
Canada. If we cannot Ut you
here we can take your measure
anil have n suit made lor you
within two weeks,
Our Spring
stooks of...
BOOTS and SHOES
and Dry Goods <EL Clothing
are nearly all in and opened lor your inspection.    Our spring stock of
BLOUSES IS THE FINEST THAT
EVEB 0AME TO THE ViLLEY,
Don't forget to get a pound of our Special Blond 50c Tea.
It heats anything in the market.
WOOD CARGILL CO--
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL
Reeve Proposes Scheme for Big
Expenditure on Roads.
Speaking of the Midway & Ver- j The municipal council held a
non Railway Price Ellison. M.P.P., biasy session last Saturday, at
expresses satisfaction at the result which all members were present,
of his labors on behalf of the road. An application wns received
j Since the government withdrew from C. Pelly for a further loan of
i its objection to the fourth section ; ffi00 on his real estate, which was
of his amending bill, he is confident ■ granted.
that there will be no further hiti-h ■    The clog tax bylaw was given its
and that everything  will  be  ar- third   rending  and  will   become
ranged to the satisfaction of all in-, effective the lirst of .lime.
terested in the construction of the |    An application from F. Hassard.
roiul.   The summary reference to Sr., for the appointment of road
a supreme court judge is exactly, \ boss was received and after con-
he says, as desired by the proinot-  sideration by the council he was
era themselves, as it  obviates tho given the appointment at a remnn
possibility of tedious delay and lit- eration of $2.50 per day.
igation involved in an ordinary ap-1    E.R.Burnett wrote the coun
peal to the courts.   The promoters cil requesting the return to him of
I feel confident that they can prove \ certain survey papers in connect.
: their case, ns there is  little doubt ion with the Bennett creek drain
: that construction was begun in the: The clerk was instructed to return
■ required time.   Residents of the' the same.
j Okanagan sincerely hope that the J J, W. Rippington wrote asking
! tho present hopeful outlook will not for the removal of an old cabin
prove disappointing and that the which he claims to be on the sur-
road will become a reality. Iveyed road.   As it appeared to the
■  ! council as according to the original
Proposed Sunday Legislation.    ■ survey of the road the cabin refer-
  red to was not on the   road allow-
Ottawa, March 9,-Two of the|^ce no action WM taken
somelhing Must Be
Doner
Business is nol Good!
We must have *u-»       ___
NECESSARY
So   for One Week witt sett wrtat is (eft ef eur
s imported
cm Class at cost.	
and a forge fine 3ay(ei*'s Scaps at JCaff Pries.
Cl(( (Fancy Feeds at 1-3 off requta • price.
dffie Armstrong Pftormocy,
R. R. Bums,     -        -       Druggist.
Geo. Levins was appointed overseer of road grader and Municipal
for
most important items  of Govern-
i nient legislation, foreshadowed in
the speech from the throne yester-1 constable.   The remuneration
day, were the proposed enactment! the {orm9r to ^ <$2 50 per day.
on the subject of usury and that to [    A petition was received from C.
insure proper observance of the ■ Schubert,   A. E.   Morgan,    and
Lord s Day. others,   asking for the completion
The former will be on the 'lines | o{ the rottd down the Harding hill
of the English act; that is to say,
no attempt will be made to fix a
maximum rate of interest charged
i on loans, but authority will be giv-
| en judges where cases of extortion
north of the town and requesting a
grant of $400 from the council
.which sum .would be supplemented
by a subscription of {300 from the
petitioners.     The board of works
WHY
8HOULD YOU READ THE_ADVANCE,
BECAUSE it helps to advance   your district.
BECAUSE it is the only means to get the news.
BECAUSE it is owned and published in Armstrong
arebrought to their notice, to say iwag mstructe(] to inspect said road
what shall be a fair rate of interest \ nn(1 report at the next meeting.
t0^chTar8f1' „ The matter of the road applied
The Lord s Day Act will corres-1 {or by w R Bdl und john Hn„t.
pond pretty closely to the lines of er be;n(,taken up for consideration
the draft prepared last year by the c^ii^ Hullam wa8 anthorized
Dominion Lord's Day Alliance, and to expe„d $150 on this road, to-
which in addition to the approval ■ gether with the $m alloral him
of the Protestant  churches, h«s! for grnveling.
A petition was received from J.
B. Hogg, and J. Henderson asking
for a rond in their district. Councillor Main wns authorized to report on same before action was taken.
•Toe. McDonnld presented to the
council plans of the proposed agri
been endorsed also by all the
bishops and archbishops of the
Roman Catholic body in Canada.
If Parliament thinks it too drastic
in any respect, it can be amended
so as to bring the measures into
accord with public sentiment in
different parts of the country.
The most important clauses of I ourtMal'h'aiiVhiohafter' 'consitJer.
the Lord's Day Act are those pro- at-on of the counci, waB accepte(1
hibiting all business and labor on ftml Mr M(.Domdd appointed over-
Simdays, other than "work of nee se(,rof tho new buil(lir,Ki which
essity or mercy." There is a clause | wi„ be bfigun M 60on M thebuild-
prohibiting Sunday excursions, i fnR geftgon comtnenceB,
Sunday preformances and enter- p c WoWender)i Becretary 0f
tainment where any fee is imposed th() XmHtcmu Kie.trio Light and
and Sunday operation of freight p0TOr Co.. applied for permission
trains, other than those carrying j for the (,rpotion of |w „, the
livestock and parishable products.,    ht of       of tho water pipe ,;„„
The alliance makes no attempt permiggion waB granted subject to
to interfere with the regular pas- \m approvftl 0f property owners
senger traffic of tbe railways of the through which the right of way
Dominion. L^
I    Coiuicillor   Hartwell    reported
To Exploit Okanagan. : that he hail let contract for reimir
1 of culvert near Isaac Heard'B to
F. Hassard.
The temporary loan by-law was
given its second and third rending.
The reeve advocated the pasB-
Wiimipeg,March 18- The C. P.!
R. contemplate extending its line
from Midway to Petitiction from
whence it will conhtict with the
main line and thus complete a
new direct line from Dunmore to
Vancouver. One object is to exploit the Okanagan. The largest
steamer on any inland water except the great lakes is now being
built to run on Okanagan lake. It
will contain IK) staterooms.
To Import Pheasant Eggs.
ing of the following resolution
Resolved, That this Council is
of the unanimous opinion that it
would be to the best interests of
this municipality to borrow on its
credit the sum of $20,000 for the
pnspose of repairing and graveling
the main roads, according to the
beet expert supervision to be had
on tho modern good road system,
W. W. Wolfenden, secretary 0f| and that the money now annually
the Armstrong gun club, yester-!s'!t ,l9i(le »r. graveling the main
day official notice that the club!romlB U "PP,ied for tho POTP0B"
had been granted permission to! of providing Interest and sinking
secure six down pheasant eggs for! !}mi} .**.«. PDriod of tw!!."ty -"**
batching purposes. It is hoped
to in this way secure, a supply ol'
these birds in this district.
And that the reeve cull a public
meeting at once with tlie view of
discussing the proposition, bo that
the ratepayers may cause a peti
tion authorizing the council to
prepare a bylaw for the above purpose, so that the ratepayers may
have an opportunity to vote on it at
an early date in order, if carried,
to have the work done this year.
On motion of Councillors Murray and Hallam the resolution was
adopted and the reeve instructed
to call a public meeting March 24.
The following bills were passed:
F Hassard, work on ditch t 10 00
Advertiser, advertising      0 7.r>
Amos Hi)l, culvert         50
Armstrong & Leverington, mdso   10 75
W Wolfenden, mdse      185
D MCKay, ditch contract  100 00
PandJ Lamh, road work      8 00
WMsson     « 50
SFruno '..-...   25 00
Clark & Stuart, assessment roll. 14 00
Carswell & Co., cash book, ledger    5 75
K A Scott, constable salary      5 (X)
JMWright....      -J 50
L W Pntten, clerk's salary 8 miis   75 00
The following donations were
voted for the year:
Agricultural fair, $175.00
Armstrong Band,    25.00
Vernon Hospital     5o,oo
In the division of funds for the
expenditure of the year$12oo was
set aside for graveling and each
ward given $5oo in addition.
Reception to  Rev. King.
A social functien of especial interest wns the formal reception ten-
dqred Rev. and Mrs. H. J, King,
the new vicar of St. •lames' church
Monday evening. The'event oc-
cured in the spacious I, O. f?. hall,
where was afforded ample room for
the large number present without
their pleasure being any way marred by undue crowding as is too (often the case in events of a similar
nature.. The reception was not
only attended by members of the
Anglican church but the large
number of members and adherents
ofother churches showed that the
townspeople generally united in
welcoming Rev. King and family
toour midst, The happy wpirit of
friendliness existing between the
various church denominations was
shown by the presence and active
participation of both Rev. Campbell and Rev. Miller, the li.tter
making the cold drive from Enderby for the occasion. While no
regular programme of a literary
nature had been prepared addresses by Rev. Miller and Campbell
and H. Hawkins and a couple of
ably rendered solos by Rev Von-
ables furnished ample entertainment along that lino. E. S. V.
McClintock proved himself n thoroughly capable and pleasing chairman, Before the clime of an even-
ing pleasantly spent in social intercourse ami getting acquainted refreshments were served, the daintiness and Biiuiptuoustieus of which
reflected the highest credit to the
ladies of the church,
The Weather.
We of this district, from Friday
to Tuesday inclusive paid up in a
small measure for some of the exceptionally fine weather with which
we have been blessed during the
winter by just a gentle reminder
that thiB was March and that the
month was subject to tits and starts
in the Okanogan os well as in every
other place where the month of
March is known. On the days
mentioned a cold raw wind blew
from the north which wns anything but pleasant after being
acfustpmed to the days of the preceding month. On Sunday night
we experienced the next to the
coldeBt and the most disagreeable
night of the whole winter.' The
mercury came within four degrees
of zero, the coldest prior to that
being two above. While some
unpleasant things have been said
of the weather cierk in connection
with the change, one cannot really
expect perfect weather all the
time, and we have really escaped
very luckily. Tuesday night was
registered the record temperature
of the winter at two below. Wednesday the wind subsided and we
are again in the full enjoyment of
balmy spring weather.
The Okanagan is by no means
alone in its experience of what appears to be a spell of weather quite
unusual to almost all portions of
the west. The cold snap of the
! past week accompanied by high
winds has prevailed not only
throughout the province, but in
all the provinces to the east and
I the states to the south of us. Be-
'eat-.se of the forwardness of fruit
and all vegstotion considerable
damiiire has resulted to points on
the coast, where the budded fruit
has been nipped, From Kamloops
range the report comes of the p.r-
ishing of four men. The entire
Pacific) const has been swept by a
belated winter storm of unusual
magnitude. With us no material
damage has resulted, the fruit
not being sufficiently advanced to
bo damaged by the frost,
House Burned to Ground.
The house on the Into John
Glansor place four miles northeast
of town, occupied by J.  H.  Bart-
: lett, was destroyed by fire Wednesday forenoon caused by a defective
'flue. Mrs. Bartlett and little child
were alone at the house at the
time, bnt through the titm ly assistance of nearby neighbors their
furniture was saved with the exception of the Btovea and some
dishes.    The farm is  owned   by
| Mis.   Moser, of  Mara, who will
likely rebuild. L
MILLINERY
Our Trimmed A
Ready to Wear
HATS
Now Ready
5fie latest Style in Veilings
Dwertytfting fleat in £aces & ftecftwear
^^ MRS. W. S. FISHER
Annual meeting...
.. Armstrong Ciberal Association.
nan
orie Annual ITieetincj of tfiis Clsseciation wif( f>e
f\e(H in trie *. O. Sr. Matt on Srirlaij, marcn 16, 1906.
at 2=30 p. m.
important business to 6e
R. R. Bums,
Secretary.
Off JLirJerafs incited,
transacted.
$c<& fflcOonatd,
President.
The Advance
PUBLISHED   EVERY
ARMSTRONG,
EUGENE RHIAN,
Subscription 81.60 per year in advance.
If not juiid in advance £2.00.
Advertising rates given on application.
JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY.
can possible be secured, and one
that can be maintained and oper-
....       'nted at prncticnlly no cost, and as a
■j (j   ' | re ven ne-pay ing  proposition.
| "Penny wise and pound foolish"
policies do not pay in the installation of any of our public utilities.
Publleber.
Our Country's Flag.
To the Editor.
Sir:   Believing that   the   press
        ' will be the most efficient means of
Notices ot church services and enter-, accomplishing what our association
toinments where no admission ischnrged j aims at. I desire to direct your at-
inserted free. Other notices at usual! tention to the following resolution
rates.   Cards of thanks tl." ! paBSed at the recent annual  meet-
,    ! ing of the Veterans of 1806 associa-
The Advance is published in the inter- j     ,irf,     „        ,
ests of the town and  district in which).,    l»e fag of our county  being
1 the emblem of Britain s might nnd
3E
CARPENTERS" TOOLS
BUILDING HARDWARE
LOGGERS' SUPPLIES
FISHER & SAGE   "*
, .*■   Real Estate
Insurance V^.        -    ,        .        	
~     Agents j&
"Land of the BIG RED
APPLE"
po You Need Money?
We have several Thousand  Dollars to loan on  good  Real
Estate Securities at the usual rate of interest.
We are also Agents for....
British Columbia Permanent
Loan & Savings Co.
and can make you a loan on your home on easy monthly terms
of payment,
Why not make   Your   Rent Buy  a
Home of Your Own?
This is theof year when fires are apt to occur.       Better get
insured.     We represent four of the best companies,
i Bank of Montreal
Head Office: Montreal
CAPITAL, nil paid up $14,000,000, Rest, 110,000,000
Balance Profit and Loss account, $878,988,
it exists and cordially solicits the pat
ronage of the public.
I
glory, it   ought,   whenever    und
wherever displayed, to evoke feel-
- I ings of patriotic pride   in every
I |J""*~,"..^SSSSSa.^»^S-^ni British subject, but this associn-
I ElilTAIIIIII MATFC Tl ti011 vieive with rt'grot the proval-
| [WIUKIAL lw I Ri JJ ent and increasing custom of mak-
■ k _____^^fi '"« 't a medium of calling atten-
^""""*" ! tion to auction Bales and otherwise
__, „   .     ,       . ,,„.  ,„„,],■ using it for advertising purposes,
While in Armstrong Inst weekUmeaning the flagandtakingfrom .
W. H. Keary, manager of the pro- ■ it tne Ksvect w]th which it ought Qf
vinoiul   fair, annotinceil   that he; to be viewed.   Resolved, therefore,
could with reasonable   assurance' that the president appoint a com-1
excursion from the! mittee to "ct wi.th Wndred imcc.in-
tions or otherwise in endeavoring I
to secure a discontinuance of the
practice of using the British or:
Canadian lings for such purposes."
If you sympathise with our ob-j
ject will you, through your paper.,
urge the discontinuance of this1
practice now thoughtlessly indulged in? If the press generally
would
Jb McDonald
I PRESIDENT, Right Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal,
VICE-PRESIDENT. Sir Ceo. A. Drummond, K.C.M.C.
promise an
coast to this district about the
date of our fall fair. Should this
be dOne Armstrong people will be
given a still broader opportunity
of milking known to the other portions of the province the capabilities of the district through  a rep-
LINOLEUM?
Branches in all the principal cities and towns in Canada,     Also in
the following cities :-- London. Eng.; 22. Abchurch   Lane,   E. C.'
New York, 69 Wall Street: Chicago, 188 La Salle Street: Spokane,
Wash.; St. .John's Newfoundland.
Bankers and Correspondents : Liverpool. Bank of Liverpool.    Scotland, British Linen Cos. Bank and Branches.
A general banking business transacted. Drafts 6old available at
all points in the United States. Europe and Canada, including Atlin
and Dawson City.
SAVING'S BANK DEPARTMENT.
Deposits received from $1 upwards and interest, allowed at current rates.
Interest entered :J0th June, and 31st December
WHhdrewale   an   demand   without   delay.
Ranchers and country business given special attention.   Municipal and school
district accounts received on favorable terms.    Special attention given to the
handling of municipal and other debentures.
BANKING BY MAIL.
Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail.    Out-of-town accounts receive
every attention.
OKANAGAN DISTRICT. $&*£\K\\\¥Z?'
ENDERBY,
ARMSTRONG E. 4. Taylor, Smb. Agent. KELOWNA
E. J. VAntcOllntock, Smb. Agent. P. OuMonlln, Sub. Agent.
rosentative exhibition of its pro- would take the matter up w
ducts.    Even without this excur- soon have such a public sentiment
sion—which we shall be   highly os respect for the flag that it would
gratified to have become a reality »°'"'j^r be put to the indignity
,,       .        ,    ,.,   ,  ,,     „    , ot calling attention to the sale of
-there is no doubt but the Spal- 80U1). 1)oor nlill,-B {mnitme 0r his
lumoheen will during the coming cow.
summer and autumn be visited by Walter. H. Blight,
nn unusual   number of strangers Chairman.
who are anxious for reliable infer-:    T°ro,lto-()llt-
Every citizen with th
•••I
i
mation, and the 1900 fair will,
without doubt, be one of the most
important, from an advertising
point of view, yet held here. Make
it agood one.
blood ofi
patriotism trickling through hisi
veins will heartily endorse the]
sentiment of the abeve. In ninny1
instances in our own midst attention has been drawn to the promt's-i
cnons use of the national emblem
as a means of advertising auction
sales and other public gatherings'
and many remarks as to the pro-i
priety of thus bemeanlng the flag
of our country.
OR MATTING?
]  Spring'...
j  Housecleaning
Finds us prepared with
all the requisites to make
the home pleasant:	
TAKE NOTIOE.
The plans for the proposed agricultural ball have now been adopted by the council, and the inspector of the proposed building
appointed, Tenders for the new
building will lie called in the near'
future, and  Armstrong   is  now
assured a  first class agricultural , 	
hall for use at the time of the ™AJ A Meeting of the property
coming fall fair. The plans aB holers of Spalluinoheen Mmiici-
adopted show a building that will \"lU^ Wl" ta ''"ll' in th" L °' F-
be,a credit not only to the appear- l,illU" ^ntur-l.-.y. the 24th day of;
ance of the town, but one that will
be a valuable asset to the municipality, When the building is
completed we venture that every
ratepayer of tin-
feel a just  pride in  the fact that
FILL LINE UNDERTAKING GOODS AND SUPPLIES.
MCPHERSON & HOLTBY,
•s*^ Contractors and Builders.
BAKERY & CONFECTIONERY
All kinds of Candies, Cigars,
etc.   Fruit in Season.
Fancy Pastry.
Wo are prepared to receive orders in  this line for one of the
BEST BAKERS IN THE INTERIOR.
Aa SHARY,
Near 0. P. K.
Depot.
Hall, on Satnnli
March, nt 2:no, p.m. For the
purpose of considering and causing
a petition to be sufficiently signed,
authorizing the municipal council
. .    ,.,       '.f,  to puss a bylaw for n loan of (2o>
municipality will      * i
(ioo.no on the credit of tlle inuniei-
they by their  ballots at, the
election  authorized   the   issni
debentures for the erection of siiol
a building.
i,| polity, for the purpose of gravel-j
,,I ing main roads, and  that the  by-:
law will be voted on by the property at an early date.   It is not
        i proposed to increase taxation in i
,,  ,   ,    ,     ,  ,      .,   ., ! any way, but to use the fl,2oo,00
Enderby has before it the pro-i    ' ,,       ,     .,   ,    ,,
,,       .        , , ,i now annually   set  aside by thai
bluui of a. waterworks system  and .,  . .. ,    '    ,   I
...,.,.. n i    council, lor gniveling roads, to be
electric lighting.    If we   may   be        ..   '   . .   °.       '
„      . . ° . , . ,,      applied   in   paying interest and
allowed to suggest, to onr neighbor |  ...     .    , *. "J        .
1 sinking fund, for a term of 20 yeors
»Igi for Sale?
If so. I can SELL IT.
Heali/itig that the Arinstrong district is especially adapt
to the growth of certain of the Okanagan products, I
have decided to open nn office here.
Tf von wait to wll any of your land I'll get yoi a Buyer.
"   ■       k**e\\*o\w, ARMSTRONG.
we would say that they might profit by the experience of Armstrong
and put in a good waterworks system in the start. A similar system to ours can be secured, jior-
haps not without considerable cost
but when once instilled they won!
or less, on
amount.
the abovo mentioned
A. Sc-iitiBERT. Reeve.
The Advance is here to stay and
i grow better every week,     Do you
get the local news through any oth-
onjoy one of the best systems that ermedium?
Harness Repairing...
Spring work will soon be upon you
and should find yon with yonr harness in good order. 1 will overhaul
yotir old or make you.a new net.
C. L. CHRISTIAN,
The - Armstrong - Harness - Store.
H. HAWKINS
==BUTCHER==
Wholesale and Retail
The beat steaks and roasts a specialty.
Flah endgame In season.
Live Stock bought at top price.
 MAIL  ORDERS	
receive  most   particular attention.
{Arnuiro^ MEAT MARKET.
Wholesale & Reiali==
All kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats always in stock
Fish and Fowl in season
BestPricea for Fat Stock and Poultry.
Mail Orders a Specialty.
GeOa Murray,
Poultry Wanted PrOO.
a ( V
F. G. Melntyro spent several
days here from Salmon Arm.
Armstrong & Leverington unloaded a carload of brick the first
of the week.
Lumber has taken another advance at the coast. This time from
$1 to $4 per thousand.
P. Grant and family left Wednesday for a trip to the coast. Mr.
Grant is undecided as to where he
will relocate.
Mrs. Davidson,
visiting at   tho home
Bourne.
A. Schubert, Sr„ returned the
John Hamill was a passenger to j
Okanagan Landing Wednesday.
Mrs. A. L. Elsom and two children arrived yesterday from Van-;
couver to join her husband here.
H. Hawkins is again convales-
of Vancouver, is: cent after a very painful siege with
of R.   H. his jaw caused from an  ulcerating
I
Travelers samples...
wisdom tooth.
The 0. P. R.
bridge   gang
sum.
again in e
Dr. ti. S. .lermyii, veterinary,
j was here over Tuesday night  giv-
i ing   the   Armstrong   livery  bam
health pa|iers for thoir premises.
Rev. and Jlrs.
received their furniture
the R.  Daniels
j they hope to soon
i domiciled.
be
where
comfortably
! doing surveying at Okanagan lake
' points the last of the week.
A handsome new   silent salesman now adorns the hardware store
of Armstrong & Leverington.
J.N. Hughes the recent pur-     Freil Smith, the genial repre-
chaser of the Norris place is here 18Pnt„tive of Gage & Co., was inter-
from Sardis making   prelim inary j vjewil,K foe pri„torB aml stationers
arrangements for moving his fam- nere t|,jB wee_i
ily here in the near future. t    _,    .,     .
The bicycle season  is again  at
Otto Clinton   made   a  hurried hand and the usual number about
visit home from Revelstoke Weil- j toWn during the spring and
nesdtiy, leaving the same afternoon I |lu,r nr„ ^j,, in ,,vi,i,,1|ct,
for Vancouver, where he went  to
take the examination for lirst papers as nn engineer.
MePherson & Holtby have the
contract for a  new   residence   for
Geo.   Payne,   near   Round   lake.      «"'. and Mrs. King and family
The new building will be a large
and modem farm dwelling and will J* ""> "rp no* K«wi»« -"ttle.1 i"
rank as one of the best in the iliB-'tht>  R   Da""'l»   Pr"P«rty
trict.
Some of those who had hot beds. ,
prepared before the cold snap have! « Leveringtou and wife ar-
ha.1 to postpone the planting of'the™"1 J™1 California for a visit
same. Indications are now, how- i w,t,h h"'J™"* ""<' bro«"» "ere
over, for a return of our wlirm; n^'"'other look at the district, in
weather, and spring may reason-1*hloh he h»9 ,or «°«netime been
ably be expected Boon.
The municipal licensing board,
composed of Reeve Schubert,Conn- j Presbytereon church to be erected
cillors Murray and Main, and Don-1a'***** «*» «P»ng. The plans
aid Graham and J, M. Wright, met! 8h°w a, ■■««>»"» edifice which
Wednesday afternoon. There be-! wffl rank among the best churches
ing no business, before the board, °* the valley. It will be built of
an early adjournment was taken,    j brick-
What hns become of the ArnJ , M™.^ D; Scot* •* « Satnr-
strong brick yard. The Okana-1 a»* f°r Snohomish, Wash., where
gan Brick Company has apparent- sheutakes c,hff of the h°««ehold
ly become a nonentity, in which; of her aged father, who since the
case is left a splendid opening for °'° tle,ath °f *«* mother hns bce"
men of sufficient capital to engage 'eft alone. She took the two
in brick manufacture under most [smaller chlklren with her-
favorable conditions here. !    J. F. and T. Farr, of Weston,
Work has been begun on the:O"'",,brotherS 6f Mrs Joe Mc-
new range for the Armstrong rine Donald, and uncles of Lenn Farr,
association. The location of fte Wmtaferdoys °f the past week
new range is to the eastward of ™"tln« th<;ir relativeB hf!I°- nnd
town near the pipe line of the '°°kln« ov,!r this V°liioa of the
waterworks system, where a much ok«n"gnn. They left on their
more desirable location than that j homewi.rcl journey Mon.lny.
of the old range will be provided, j    Thos. Holliday, of Reston, Man.,
'  ' arrived Tuesday to look after pro-
Base ball enthusiasm during the Lefty interests here and prepare
present season is by no means to I for tMnf, his vumDBBi resi.
be confined to the sterner sex in (lpnce herei Mr HoH(] hn8 hem
Armstrong. A ladies club has ^rested in the Okanagan for
lately been organized und now the gome Ume „,„, !g ve mihwim_
girls of tho senior classes of the tic in his prui9e8 ,„ „,,„ seotion
last of the week from an extended spending the   week   here making
trip to the coast. [ 80me repairs to the track   at   this
A. W. Simington, surveyor, wiib P'nc,>-
which he has for
interested.
Plans are now out for the new
public school are getting in shape
to conquer all comers on   the biiBe
J. H. Warren, who recently re
ad instruments about town. Jimmy
so fur as we have learned is meet
ing with good success in doing ti
satisfactory job
ball diamond. The first game is eeived his diploma as a piano tuner
scheduled to occur between the fr°m tn* Niles-Bryant School, has
ladies and girls on Faster Monday. | been engaged during tho week in
C.T. Daykin returned Friday lP"ttin8 in shnpe Bome of the lm,si
from his trip to Alberta. Mr. Daykin found things quite flourishing
in the new province with the
heavy influx of new settlerB this
spring, and a substantial rise in (let). Armstrong was down from
the values of real estate. He sue- Silver Creek Monday. George
ceeded in disposing of a portion of has now thoroughly "got his hand
his real estate interests still held j to" at ranching and after a year's
there. W, F. Brett, furniture continuous experience haB no
dealer of Lacombe, accompanied desire to return to the printing
him here on his return for a fraternity. We don't blame him
brief holiday spent hi looking over The life of a farmer is after all the
this district, j more desirable and offers indnce.
m,      ,      . ,„   . .   .,,   : ments which no town vocation can
The   Armstrong hlectnc Light |
and Power Co. ore aotively engaged L"A Saturday flit, a short sit.'
?, the prciimiimry ,;r
for the installation of their systems: Saturday to the Hardy cottage in
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Wm. Postill left Wednesday for
his home at Red Deer, Alta.. after
with   old   time
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€cme cetv ulillc be Bargain is open.   Jill 6cod$ Absolutely fiew.
* John Hainill,™RioESTRo\^
a pleasant   visit
friendB here.
T. G. Bell, who recently took
his well known stallion Jervis-
wooil to Manitoba, disposed of him
there for the sum of 18600,
Attention is called to the change
in the services held in St. James'
church. Hereafter until further
notice two services will be held every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7.i(0 p.m.
A new dynamo, capable of generating for a larger number of,
lights, has lately been installed at
the Okanagan Flour Mills. The
old one will be used by T. K. Smith
to liirht his saw mill.
Pelly it Pelly have recently
enjoyed a lively move in the resi-1
deiitial lots of Rosedale. Among I
those who have purchased recently |
were W. H. Tucker of Lacome. Alt. j LOC^IS TNI ftl BBSflKSS
and A. J. Lapworth.
There has  been  an  unusually
Ladles' and Children's Hosiery
Ladles' and Children's underwear
Gems' Hosiery, and underwear
Hoys' and Men's sweaters, etc.
I have an exceptionally Fine Line of Samples in above   goods   which were purchased at about
56 Ptt CENT WHOLESALE COST
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large influx of travellers for rubber j Free pre8B one year tor oniy H75.
dealers interviewing our merchants
the past week. Through an agreement among themselves no spring
orders are taken for rubbers before
March 12, hence the present rush.
John Winslow, our erstwhile
jeweler, has'spent the past week
renewing acquaintanceship with
his friends here. Mr. Winslow is
now located at Arrowhead, but may
decide to return to Armstrong in
the not distant future. He still
retains his property here.
The fire walls for block 8 are to
soon become a reality. Tenders
were opened during the past week
and the contract let to Jas. Teward
at $115d. We understand both
property owners and tenants are to
share the cost. They will be located between the Bee Hive store
and the postoffice and on the east
side of the billiard hall.
Price Ellison, M. P. P.. was
greeted at the station here Monday morning by a number of his
friends, he having returned home a
couple of days before the house
prorogued. Mr. Ellison has during
the past session done 'some excellent work for his constituents here
and has by reason of his voting
with the Opposition on a number
Railway Time Table
(Shuswap & Okanahan Railway)
Arrives from North daily except
Sunday  9:25 a. m.
GARDEN TOOLS—A GOOD Arrives from South daily except
Sunday  3:25 p. m.! Glenemma and Falkland every
Monday 5:00 p. m.
Postofllce
Mail Arrives—
North daily except Sunday
South    "      " "
Mail Leaves—
North daily except Sunday
Bouth     "      "
D::» a. m
3:30 p. m.
3:15 p. m.
9:45 a. m.
line of   hoes, rakes,  spades,  etc.
Don't overlook them,
Armstrong & Leverington.
The Advance and Free Press for
a year for $1.75.
CHICKEN WIRE NETTING,
all sizes: A good line of birdcages
in stock.
Armstrong & Leverington.
Pelly & Pelly are selling the late
Larkin estate lots, now owned by
Marshall Lucas—the most desirable lots in town.
Get prices on iron pipe, pipe tit-
tings. All kinds of plumbing
done to order on short notice. Tin
and sheet iron work done to onler.
Armstrong & Leverington's.
Have you seen those knife and
scissor sharpeners at Armstrong &
Leverington's hardware store 1
NAILS, BUILDING PAPER,
carpenter's tools, building  hardware, all kinds—the right place.
Armstrong & Leverington.
The New Improved Low Down
U. S. Cream Separator, capacily
450 pounds per hour.     Price $!K).
Armst-ong it Leverington.
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES
of light and telephones.
of tho town has been made tin
past week for tho purpose of ascertaining the number of 'phones
wanted on the local exchange,
the scale of charges, subject to
change, have been fixed ut $2.00
per month for residence and $2.50
for business 'phones. Permission
has been socured from the council
and from the property owners concerned for the erection of their
poleB on the right of way of the
water works pipe line to be used
for the transmission of the electric
current from their power  pluut,
A canvass 1 Eastview, and we trust the old saw
will in our case at least prove false
as wo are not much taken with the
pleasures of moving, and hope to
not have tho ordeal to go through
very often
W. Tucker, of Lacombe, Alberta,
is the latest from that section who
contemplates changing his location
to that of the mild Okanagan. Mr.
Tnckoi- is not a stranger to the vol-
ley, having spent Bome time li3ro
some years ago, and since that
time has had a longing to return
here to reside, which he has now
definitely determined to do. He
is now in search of a location to
suit him, which he hopes to have
no difficulty in finding in the Spat
which will be placed near the falls hmoheen. and will ufoi.ee return
of Dovib Creek, here' with his family.
of measures shown that ho places land Churches Alabastir.e in  all
what he considers in the interests! shades, paint brushes, kalsomine
of his constituents of greater mo-j brushes.   A good place to deal,
inent than mere party affiliation,    j       Armstrong & Leverington's.
The sensational arrest at Ender-1 Sprayers' attention ! Good oak
by of C. van Blaaderens, who re- barrels at Armstrong & Levering. |
oently arrived here and purchased j ton's hardware store, Armstrong,
the W. Steele estate, charged with ' "■ 0.
of
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.
Reeve—A. Schubert.
Clerk and assessor— L. W. Patton.
Treasurer and collector—J. M. Wright.
Councillors—
Geo. Murray, W. Iliilliini, J. L.
Hartwell, K. B. Main.
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Churches
ETHODIST CHURCH.
Divine Service will be held every Sunday as follows: Armstrong, 11 a.m.;
Knob Hill, il p.m.; Knderliy, 7.3(1 p.m.;
Sunday School at 2.30 p.m.—Rev. A. N.
Miller, Pastor.
pPESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Services in S. Andrew's, Knderliy, nt
11 a.m.; Zion Church, Armstrong, ut
7:30 p.m. every Sunday.—Rev. I). Camp,
bell, Pastor.
QHURCH OF ENGLAND
St. James' Church.   Morning Prayer
and Holy Oommuninn nt 11 a. 111. mill
Evening Prayer and Sermon at 7:30 p.m.
every Sunday.   Sunday school nt2:30
II 3 Kino, Vicar
R'
OMAN   CATHOLIC.
Holy Muss in I. O. P, Hall, Armstrong,
Third Sunday in each moth at 10 o'clock
Father Duiival.
Professional
JAS. MURPHY,
Barrister and Solicitor.
WOOD, CARGILL BLOCK,
a missappropriation of funds to
the extent of some $1B(X) appears
to have ended in a fiasco, and has
simply been the means of causing
Mr. Blaaderens great annoyance. 10fljce
It would seem that the aircst
was the result of some misunderstanding,  Mr. Van Blaaderens and
For  Sale
One Hall's Snfo   15x1!)$  inches
inside.   Apply Box M, Advance
Armstrong, B.C.
Wanted.
Girl to do light housework and
to asBist with children;good wages
to competent person. Apply immediately to
A. A. H—The Advance.
For Sale.
A number of Magoon Strawberry
his brother came out to the country I plunts ti 75 cts. per  hundred  or
in company with a lady whose lug j W00 P« thousand.   Apply to
gage, to  stive  freight   and  other! W. T, HaVHOBBT,
charges, was consigned with that
of the Blaaderens, The party |
lauded liret In Winnipeg, where
the lady remained, while tho other
members of the party came 011 to
British Columbia, finally locating
here. Their luggage, having yet
to pass the customs, wus sent to
Revelstoke and there held in bond
On account of some dispute with
the transportation companies, a
great delay in releasing it from the
customs office there, and the lady
in Winnipeg, evidently becoming
alarmed for the safety of her belongings, and having received no
answer to a letter written by her
to Van Blaaderens, (which letter
was never received), put the matter into the hands of tho police
authorities.   Hence the arreBt.
w.
FRASER, D. M. D
DENTIST.
Wood Cargill liloclt.
Cilice Hours: 9:30 to 12 und 1:30 toS
-   -  B.C.
ATMSTRONd,
Spallumcheen and Hull Car on
Mondays 5:00 p. m.
Fridays 9:30 a. m
.T. M. WiiuiHT, Postmastst.
Armstrong MarKets
The following prices
paid for produce by the
Farmers' Exchange:
Potatoes, per ton   -
Carrots.
Parsnips     "
Beets "      ' -
Turnips      "
Cabbage      "
Hay
Apples, per 10 lb.   -
Pears "
Plums, por 20 lb.   -
Celery, per 50 lb.   ■
Poultry, per doz.
Eggs      "     "
Butter, per lb.
are being
Armstrong
- lU.OO
- I2.IX)
- 26X0
- 18X0
- 1000
- 20X0
- 12,-i0
-l.2o-l.35
- 1.75
.75
3X0
6X0
.40
30
For Sale Cheap.
1 Mellotte cream separator, good
as new.   Apply to
4(l-tf Make Hill.
For Sale.
An old established butcher business.   A rare oirportunity for someone looking for a business opening
in the famous  Okanagan   valley.
For particulars apply to
H. Hawkins,
' •  Armstrong, B. 0.
.fraternal Societies.
LO. L.. No, 1W)7„ meets in the
•    I.O.F, l>iilgn Room, the  mil
Saturday evening of eaeh month ut. N
tun.  Visiting brethren cordially invited
•'. N. DANIELS,    A. SCHUBERT,
Secretary, W.M.
OKANAGAN Black Tree.
Meets in the Foresters' Mull
ptory,
Armstrong, on the Thursday, on or before Ireful! moon, nt H p.m. Visiting brethren
cordiallv invited.
W. T. HOLTBY,     K, BENNETT,
Preceptor Registrar.
Leading   Business    Firms.
The Advance commends the following
business firms of Armstrong to the peo-
plo of the surrounding district. Their
announcements may lie seen in our advertising column:
Armitnge, A. E., Gents furnishing
Ashe. SR, Jeweler, Vernon.
Bums, R. R.. Drnggist
Blanchnrd, A., Dressmaker
Hank of Montreal, Bankers.
Christian. J W, Cream separators
Christian, C, L., Harness and tjid
dlery
Daniels, F. N., Incubators am! Plumbing
Daykin. (.'. T., General Merchant
Fisher ,fc Sage, Heal Estate
Farneis, H., Implements
Hamill, John, General Merchant
Hawkln's Hms., Butchers
Henry. ,M .1, .Nursery, Vancouver.
Lapworth, A.,)., Painter
Moberly, (l., Carpenter
MePherson & Iloltby, Furniture nnd
Undertaking
McDonald,,),, Hardware
Murray. Geo., Meal Market
Okanagiin Flour.Mill, Flour, etc.
Ratledge, A. N., Barber
Shary, A,1 linker and Confeelionery.
Simington, ,i„ Contrnotorand Builder
Toward, Jas,, Plasterer, etc.
Wood, Cargill Co., (ienerulmerchants
CORONATION Lodge, No. 48.
I. O. O. F.
Meets every Thursday evening in the
Odd Fellows' Hall, over Wood, Cargill
4 Co's. Store, at 8 o'clock, Sojourning
brethren are cordially invited to attend.
W. J. SMITH, N.O.
H. HAWKINS. V. G.
B. FRANCIS. Rec. Sec.
COURT ARMSTRONG, No.
3429. I. O. F.
Meetings at their hall last Saturday in
each month. Visiting brethren cordially
invited.   11. Hawkins, R.S.
Estray.
Came onto the premises 1
of the undersigned, about Bjjg
January 12, one red steer. %%%%
marked with cut in right e:ir, brand-
| ed as above on right ribs. 1 black
. steer with same mark, but
'Am branded as below on right
ribs. If not claimed with-
I in_30 days[uftor the first appear-
; ance of this notice, will be sold to
pay expenses.
Geo. Moors,
Silver Creek. B. 0,
ARMSTRONG Circle, No. 872,
HOME  CIRCLE.
Order of Canadian Home Circles, meets
in the I.O.F. hall, st Monday in each
month,        F. N. DANIELLS, Lender.
Mrs. FRASER, Sucretary.
Your frlends-"baok home'' are
jnterested in the country In which
you live, There iB no means of
acquainting them with your district us hv means of the local paper.
Let us send them the ADVANCE news ef tot District
• Tree Ow Cwruftsto... «
s.
Silver CreeK.
If this weather   kt-0|is   up   con-]
siderable logging UP will  be dime T
.    , i     »,,, I Leav
in the next month.   Ideal weather I
for clearing.
Tom Aohisonis putting a newf
fence along the front of his  place.
Word lias been received of the
death of Mrs. J, M. Haines. Sr„ tn
California last mouth, she having
been troubled with cancers for two
years. The sympathy of the community goes out t" her relatives
here.
.las. Hi.Hon is taking out the
frame fur a barn to be erected
shortly, the first framed structure
of the kind to be i reeled in tbe
district,
who m Jcwtiff
Repaiirnq
your Orders with....
R. R. BURNS,
Agent 'or
R.  ASHE,
Jeweler, Vernon.
G, Moberly
All Kinds of Carpenter
WorR at reasonable prices
Turning
Band Sawlnng
Picture FRAMING
THE BEE HIVE STOW
Plans ©.Specifications
Prepared
Estimates Given
wan PaDepjJ.iiWaiTCB|
a complete
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PIANO TUNER
Btc
Tho tn
sohool   havo  found
raising (un Is t->  pay
pons
Sil
Creek
one way  of
running  c>;-
A box social wis held on
February 22nd, al which n goodly
sum was raised, the boxes averaging $2. A good program'was given
for which great credit is duo -Mrs. 45"A£Pv
Tweeddule mid Miss Johnson,  11 ■ - bbbbbbbbbbbsI
Bohool teacher, who   looked   niter j
this part of the evening's enjoyment.      Baford Brown   acted as
auctioneer
Wall Paper
Samples
A. J. Lapworth,
Sign Writer. Painter and Decorate
GOOd
Ranch
...roe sue.
Only half a mile from Arm-
Grafuaie Mlcs-Brpni School... I
i       I am now prepared to receive
orders for piano tuning and'
guarantee SATISFACTORY WORK
at REASONABLE PRK ES,
Address mo at...,
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
M.J.HENRY'S
Nurseries, Greenhouse & Scedhouse
Vancouver,   -   B. C.
D. M. FERRY'S
(amen & Field Seeds
Timothy (Prime) Itk) lb
White hutch Clover 50^
Pacific
Garden, Fit
irop now
| strong.    Ill acres under cultivation
balance good bottom  land easily
Andrew R. Johnston, of Silver cleared.   Good frame house, stable our Greonh
Creek, and Miss Amy S. Elliott, of and other buildings.       With tho tor :i:'""
Vancouver, were   married  at  the!laad wU1 be sold one, twl!"- threa
cows, one steer, one brood sow. .1
i dozen chickens, and full equipment
"if''"'! farm machinery.    Price ioOOO.
...!>. MITCHELL,
were in a
Presbyterian manse, Salmon Ar:
on Feb. 20th, the Kev. J. Dai:
officiating, Several little affairs
were given in their honor, the most
important being a dance at the
home of the groom's brother, H, 0,
Johnson, the following Friday
evening ,nt which all their friends
in the neighborhood were present.
Public Auction.
Under instructions from Wm.
Gregory, 1 willsol|at Public Auction at the Armstrong livery barn,
on Saturday, March 2-1. lOOtt, at
8i00o'olook, p.m.. the following
estray animals taken up by the
said Win. Gregory, pursuant to the
provisions of the "Estniy Animals
Act":
One red and white pinto
mare, branded indistinct brand,
B .1 or B L. on right hip; also
yearling foal, dark colored, with
white face and one while hind foot.
The above described animals
will be sold, without reserve, to the
highest bidder.
B. FRANCIS.
Auctioneer
The--
Ib what you want if you a
planting
NURSERY  STOCK.
quarters (or
Coast Grown
wer  a   Field   Seeds
n stock tint)   en   teat in
is.    Ask your merchant
'tiled ptiokages. 'f he does
not handle them we will mail to you
50 Asncrtcd p achat t of Vegetable or
Gatrttcn s>cctfs for 51.470
This is our special selecton for B. ('.
Special prices on your bulk  seeds.    I
Be  Cm  Grown   Fruit   and
Ornamental Trees
Now ready foi- spring shipment, extra
nice stock of 2 & 3 year Apple trees nt
$20.00 tier 100; 8160.00 per 1000
Maynaro plum 81.00 each. Italian!
prune,2 year old Uno $25.00 per luo. [
Sugar prune 2 year old fine #>U per 100.
Full list of other stock nt regular prices!
Let mo price* your list before placing
your order. Greenhousei Floral work.
Bee supplies, Fruit packages, fertilizers, etc.   Catalogue I'rce.
M. J. HENRY.      '
HOlOWestmlnster Rd, Vancouver.
Olover (.June Choice) %f lb
Porry'B Lawn Mixture 2"n'
Garden and Field seeds in Bull, at catalogue Prices
LESS IO PER CENT DISCOUNT.
Boifl forgei wc carry m ~+
... PACKET GARDEN if FLOWER SLEDS
SUMMER WASH GOODS
Croni's English Prints, ZephyrB, Ginghams, Mue
OBOMPTON'SCOBSETS
Corsets in h
Be sure to bring your BUTTEK AND EGGS to'th
is and Lawns,
'ape Girdles 60fl,
r or short waists 7,".y to $1.75,
BEK HIVE STOEE,
C.  T.  DAYKIN.
Stock that is
I CLEAN
HEALTHY,
THRIFTY.
We solicit your patronage for
this kind of stock. Our stock
is ALL GUARANTEED.
Barber
...Shop
and Billiard Hall.
Strayed
From my place. 1 yearling heifer,
red with white spots, marked with
Write us, or Mb. H. Hawkins, of: The smoothest shaves, the neatest »<*<* !l,boTO and below on right ear,
Armstrong. B. ('., for Illustrated
Catalogue or any information.
OREGON MISERY COMPANY,
Salem, orcgoi.
haircuts and the cleanest
shampoos.
Shave 15o.    Haircut 25c.
N. BATLEDGE, , Proprietor
and below on left ear; also one 8-
year-old steer, same marks.
.Tons Christian.
Jas. TEWARD
Stone Mason.
Brick Layer,
Plasterer.
nntl natii hew lew parts
it IniH, how |«-rieetly
niinple it is, now easy
it turns, how perfectly
it skims, how easily it
is kept i-leiin, nnd how
, in,- . strong nntl durable it
I am prepared to all Kines ol i«, you win ut once de-
work in these lines and guarantee j olde it. is the separator
satisfaction, ,(,r ?""•, No *)»«*»
ever made Mich rapid
10 V'h'AKH EXPEBIEMOE. strides   in   popularity
Ekbibshoki Sprlnghlll, bait mile north ! "s Ul" !':",!'ire-,     Thu
of Armstrong,
It you will cull and see the
EMPIRE
Cream Separator
Orders may Iji* left with O. Addison,
reason is that it satisfies every purchaser.
I ivnk the privilege of
Bhowing it tu you.
ARE VOU GOING TO BUDID?
If so, it, i-.ill pay yon to see me
Estimates given.-
F.N.
DANIELS
A SON
GENERAL BLACKSMITHS.
FOR SAL£.
1 MoCormick [ Binder, 1 Bruntford
Mower, 1 Fanning Mill, 1 Straw Cutter,
1 Hums Power, 1 Hot Trucks, new, 1
Top Muggy 1 Bet Logging Sleighs, 1
Skidding Tongs, Corner Minds, Double
Trees, t'unthook, 1 Cultivator.
J. W. Christian,
Buttermaker at Creamery.
j. Sjmjngjon
IU CONTRACTOR       f
&. BUILDER.I!
B.
Francis,
Dealer in—
Farm
Machinery
Columbian  College
Provides board and tuition for both
Ladies and Gentlemen at very low
rutiM.   In  the regular course instruction is given in the advanced
Public School, High School, Collegiate and University work.   The
Speoial Courses include a thorough
practical Business training:   The
Vocal, Instrumental, and Technique in Musici   In Art: Sketching.'   0hoftp for cash or on approved notes
Oil Painting and Pyrography; Also „t, three months,
Physical Culture and Elocution.
For Calendar, Address "Columbian F. N. DANIELS *nJON.
College, New Westminster, B, 0, ______^_______ !
ror dale. nr„„„u-g
horn und IMonioiith   Koek I'oultry mill
Kggs,   Some oicoptlaillllly good young.
Cockerels now on band.
Ijinsdmvm-.        T. W. MARSHALL.
Okanagan Flour
Mills Co. Ltd.
ARMSTRONG
B. C.
%   «
* * IWIIers of a flour
THAT   IS   A
UNIVERSAL FAVORITE
-a— AGENTS FOR ^^
^Peering machinery^
Feed Grains of All Kinds BOUGHT
AND SOLD.    .
All
kinds   of farm    implement!
wagons, buggies, otc.
The Advanub is here to stay and
grow better every week, Do yon
get the local news thiough any other medium?
/iiTjL\'i-'.Y'--.-j\v
12 PACKETS 25c.
BY MAIL POSTPAID.
12 SUPERB VEGETABLES FOH V, CENT«.-
n„elu, t.'arnitu, oiiIoiih, I,iil.ttj<u,Ciiuiiiiiheix. IuuIIhIiiib, I'iii-h.
nl|M, Cubbnifs, Colorr.Toinatpun, AHiuk MoIuiih mill tvuiiir
MuIuiih,   RvgUlkP PPIOal 760,, lor       |,&u
IB ATTRACTIVE FLOWERS FOR SB CENT".
—Anton, Phlox, nwinit, Mlmiouotto, l-iuwy, HoiiWu Rum,
hwool, AijMiiiii. Iliiipy. 1'oi.itiiiu, Niwtiirlliiiu, Nvrn-I. I'nii,
Bnlaum ami Moi-lllllg Ulnry.  Ho,- nl»p 70o., lor.,    Zuo
.l?,.Lfr*5l1!2.yBOBTABLB8 /,ND FLOWERS'
FOR SO CENTS.-Onloiw, L'iioiiiiiIioih, Boot*, lailttHa,
r lurntH olid HailMoH, iMXrn, Hwih-1, UignomitUi, PillaW,
PciimlH, Hwool. I'oua, nml Wild llnrrtoii. R.Kul»r Sbo.
,m    libo
WE SEND FRFF " "",r •Sr* •™»»nt« to ii.w
.ZZJrrl ~.rRCC or ovop, Morally Paokwra,
of Trial «Mda. AA your frlnulo io Join with »„u.
f  REMIT CASH WITH ORDER.
I ARMSTRONG j
Improv.d R.d Carrot I
—T60 kiwi lor a bit crou— I
01.toe,lib.80s,lb.80s. I
nn. Rcnulc €«. Lie, vaacoaver.
WRTTEPO.i
CATALOG
UK
' Is tho Centre of the groat Fertile Spftllumoheen Valley
- the Garden Spot of tho Okanagan, This district Is ini-
mittod to bo the Ohoicost Winter Apple Section of the Okanagan, nnd because of the substantial backing of its surrounding obnntry Armstrong is destined to become one of the
very Best Towns of tho Okanagan.
For itirthw roht.Mf information lOTul for Hamate nnnt nf>mwa*]H>"
I
I |!ef?per   &he Advance. |
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