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VOL. I.
ARMSTRONG. B. C, FRIDAY, MARCH   9. KKXi.
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A      Our
I SPRING
- AND -
SUMMER
WEAR
\
Is arriving daily and being opened
for your inspection.
Nent and Ktylish Oooil« (or Nohhy Wromnt.    See our Main's
Suits at 97.OO, $12.00 and $16.00.      Boys' 2-piece
Suits, liest Tweed, at W.M) to t6.fiu.       Hunter   Brown Suits   very
nent--nt (6.60.
Odd Pants at $2 to $5.
Boys' Pants 75c a pr.
Largo rnnfie in Latest Shirtings, und
Ties. Waterproof anil Showerproof
Coats 12.50 to $15. Overalls with or
without bib $1.00. Our Boot and Shoe
Department is Complete. We can suit
and tit you and our prices are right,
SEE THESE LINES
We have anything in Gents' and Boys'
Furnishings end it will pay you to see
our range before buying elsewhere	
Our Cailoring Dept. is Up-to-Date. now
is jN time to order yotir Spring Suit.
* ^__flrniltagc *) ?m\%
SL  The Leading Gents' Furnishers
THE BIG STORE
Snrhni
Here!
Now is the time to order
yonr Spring Suit. We carry
the Celebrated	
CAMPBELL'S
CLOTHING
which is recognized to be the
Most Up-to-Date Clothing in
Canada. If we cannot tit you
hore wo can take your measure,
and luivo u suit made for you
within two weeks.  '
Our Spring
stocks of...
BOOTvS and SHOES
and Dry Goods ®, Clothing
are nearly all in and opened for your inspcotion.    Our spring stock of
BLOUSES IS THE FINEST THAT
EVER CAME TO THE VALLEY,
Don't forget to get a pound of our Special Blend 50c Tea.
It beats anything in the market.
WOOD CARGILL CO"-
why
SHOULD YOU READ THEJADVANCE?
BECAUSE it helps to advance    your  district
BECAUSE it is the only means to get the news.
B3CAUSE if is ov ned and published in Armstrong
VICTORIA ELECTION.
Hon. Wm. Templeman Returned by
Big Majority.
Hon; Wm. Templeman, Minister of Inland Revenue, was elected
at Victoria last Tuesday by a majority of 6(14 over .1 L. Beckwith,
Conservative.   The poll was;
Templeman 1657, Beckwith Still,
and Marcon (Socialist) 809,
CHIEF JUSTICE TO DECIDE
Midway & Vernon Trouble to Be
Settled.
Trice Ellison, M, P. P., lias
won his long tight regarding the
Midway it Vernon. The Government has consented to withdraw
its amendment to his bill, which
provides that nothing in his bill
should vary the bill respecting aid
The Government has also agreed
to have the case taken before the
Chief Justice to decide whether or
not the work was actually begun in
1904 and the aid thus validated,
and to accept this ruling as final.
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
Addressed   by   Manager
Fair Dates Set.
Keary.
An important meeting of the directors of the Armstrong and
Spallumcheen Agricultural Society
was held last Friday. The meeting
was made the more important by
the presence of W. H. Keary.
manager of the Royal Agricultural
and Industrial Society, New Westminster. Mr. Keary addressed the
members present on the representation of the district at the provincial fair to be held the coming fall.
Instead of giving cash prizes to
winners at the coming provincial
fair it has been arranged that 1300
will be paid towards defraying expenses of exhibitions to all societies east of the Cascades who desire
to make exhibits, The winners will
then receive medals appropriate to
their respective merits.
The dateB of the local fair were
set for October 10thMand 11th. A
meeting of the directors will be
held shortly to decide whether or
not an exhibit be made at the
provincial fair.
Fighting Joe before the Commission
Fighting' Joe" Martin appearing
on behalf of the coast citieB put
up a vigorous tight on the rates
question before the railway commissioners at Ottawa last Tuesday.
He successfully combatted the argument of A. G. Blair, the company's representative, that the
commission had no jurisdiction
over the case.
Armstrong School Report for the
Month of Eebruary.
The following is the report of
the Armstrong school for February:
Registered to date U8, In attendance 133.   Average 119.
BiaBT DIVlsIdN.
High Bohool—B. Marshall, E, Pringle,
Ii. Mutheson.
Sr. -1th. Steele Fisher, Beatrloe Hamill, Bertha Ball.
Jr. Uh -Bertie MePherson, Ernest
Leverington, Harold Murray.
SECOND DIVISION.
4th Reader-Beth Wright, Christina
Patchett, Alex McDonald.
3rd Reader Zella Leverington, Glen-
dolin Smiley, Everett Mclntyro.
Jr. 3rd- Cecelia Watson, May Wil-
liams, Nettie Schneider.
2nd Reader Frank Hassard, Violet
Hamill, George Patchett.
THIRD DIVISION,
2nd Reader—Grover Burnett, Harry
Batho, Earl Lumeden.
1st Reader Alta Hassard, Verna
Murray, Olive Levar.
2nd Primer - Geo. Campbell, Doris
Moberly, Grace Mun&ell.
1st Primer Glodys Hardy, Winnie
Wright, Thehua Kelley.        _,
CENTAL INSTITUTE MEETING.
Many Matters of Interest to the
Farmers Given Attention.
Geo. Heggie attended, ns delegate from the Armstrrng <fc Spal-
lnnicheen Farmers' Institute, the
central] institute   meeting   which
convened at Victoria last Thursday
and continued in session two days,
A very successful gathering is reported from which beneficial results will doubtlesB accrue to the
fanning interests of the province.
Every institute in the province
was   represented   by   a  delegate,
Superintendent of Institutes J. R.
Anderson occupied the chair, and
i J. T. Collins, of Salt Spring Island,
! was appointed secretary.   At the
I opening session, His   Honor  the
Liontenant Governor delivered a
j short, interesting talk, followed by
i an address of welcome by His Wor-
| ship Mayor Morley.   Then came
the Minister of Agriculture, Capt.
Tatlow,  who  reviewed  the  past
work of the central institute and
promised that the provincial government would do all in its power
to carry out  the  wishes  of  the
members.
The first business was the appointment of a committee on
resolution consisting of J. C. Metcalfe, J. K. Camiichael, George
Heggie, J. T. Collins and W. J.
Brandrith, who were empowered
to arrahge the program of the
several session.
It was decided to invite W, C.
McKillican, of the Dominion Seed
Department, Ottawa; F. M. Logan,
B. S. A., British Columbia Live
Stock Commissioner, and R. M.
Palmer of the Bureau, of Information and Immigration, to attend
and deliver addresses during the
course of the convention.
The afternoon session opened at
2 p. m, with the reading of the
annual address of the Superintendent of Institutes, which was placed
in the hands of a special committee
for further consideration.
Prof. Richard Waugh.of Winnipeg, delivered a forcible address on
general agricultural matters, which
was listened to with interest.
Prof. Wuugh, or as he has been
more familiarly known to the residents of the prairies, "Farmer
Brown", was for over two decades
editor of the Nor'west Farmer, and
is now correspondent for the Winnipeg Free Press. Ho is in the
I province on account of a bronchial
affection, and takes a great interest
in all matters pertaining to the
agricultural development of the
province, as well as thoeu beyond
the Rocky mountains.
The major portion of the business of the afternoon was devoted
to a lengthened discussion of a
resolution requesting the government to provide cheaper powder
for the use of farmers in clearing
land; Besides the original motion,
which waB ultimately carried with
the addition of a clause requesting'
the government to keep on hand a
permanent Supply of stumping
powder, several amendments were
offered, and all received attention
in brief debates. Tho following
motion carried by a large majority!
"That the government be com
mended for their endeavors to
secure cheaper powder, and we beg
to urue that means be taken to
carry the arrangements to a practical result at once, and that the
government be requested to keep
stumping powder on hand at all
times and thus supply the institutes
as fast as the orders come in, at
carload rates."
H. R, Phillips then introduced
the following resolution, seconded
by A. H. Peatt, which passed after
a short discussion: "That as the
fruit industry is of snch vital importance to the country, and that
we cannot impress too much on the
vasaaafe:
NO  47.
THE*
SEASON
CHANGING.
You owe it to yourself to be in good shape physically.
We guarantee our Spring Remedies to be
^ABSOLUTELY PURE.
MUIRHEAD'S SARSAPARILLA ti for So/tt,
CELERY NERVE TONIC 6 for $5.00.
BOOTH'S   QUININE-WINE  nnd   QUININE   IRON and
WINE 6 for $5.00.
The Armstrong Pharmacy
R. R. BURNS, Bruggist.
growers the importance of keeping
up the good standard now obtained,
we request the Agricultural Department to appoint one or more
practical men to give demonstrations and addresses during the present year on the planting and care
of orchards."
Urging the necessity for tho appointment of an additional fruit
pest inspector for the, Kootenuy
districts, Charles F. McHardy, of
Nelson, pointed out that over 100,-
000 trees hail been planted and the
orchards were flgjaft rapidly increased yearly. He moved, seconded by John Dow, "That in view
of the rapid increase in the planting of nursery stock and fruit trees
and extensive acreage Otftiud under cultivation in the Kootenuy
districts, the West Kdotenay.Farm-
ers' Institute desires to urge upon
the government of British Columbia the urgent necessity for a
resident fruit pest inspector for the
East and West Kootenny districts."
Mr. Wickerson thought it looked
like too much sensational legislation* Mr. Camiichael offered the
following amendment, which was
carried: "That a sufficient number
of inspectors be appointed to undertake the'thorongh inspection of all
fruit districts in the province."
The following motion was then
unanimously passed: Whereas,
the agricultural community of the
province has learned with the
utmost satisfaction the gratifying
results of the shipment of fruit
sent to the Royal Horticulture
Society's show in London, in
charge of R.M. Palmer:
And whereas we believe that
these honors are largely the outcome of the work of the British
Columbia Fruit Grower' Assoola.
tion nnd the Provincial Board of
Horticulture,
Be it resolved, that the Central
Farmers' Institute urge upon the
provincial government the necessity for continuing the work of tin-
British Columbia Fruit Growers'
Association nnd the Board of
Horticulture, mid that the grunts
to the Association and the Board
bo increased commensurate with
the expansion of the industry."
Greatness of Canadian West.
A doubletracked C. P. R. from
ocean to ocean seems to be the aim
of the management of the great
road, and it looks as if it might be
accomplished prior to the double-
tracking of any United States
transcontinental. Tho reason is
because the Canadian west is vastly superior to the American west —
T.ironto Globe.
sx-71
"DOOR-8TEP FLOWERS"
There are two ureal rlMee. or outdoor flowering ,il«nt.i: the ANNl'AI.S which .r>< trniwn
from .red each .e»»,»n. and lb. HARIJY IIKK
BACEOl'H plant, which live froat year t,i year.
We are I.rite grower. *n<! collector, of both
cl.rn.-3* year* e.|wrlrnce-an'l we offer .11
the MM HAKDV rarleUee. Head lor «M«
SEED CATAI.OU. which Include. el.oTr.STED
VEOETAB1.E USED. Remember we .re tbe
vert Krowera of 8TKH.T1.Y HARIjY fruit
J ornamental tree, and plant. In tbe United
larawt ttrowera of STltlert.Y   HARIJY fruit
awl ornamental tree, and plant. In the Cnlted
Stale.. E.labllilie.11MB, 1M> Acre..£»-J fHUE
CATAEOlla.   CTllell.hleA.enu Wanted.
. Tae lewtll Kanetlti, Saul      laaeClli. Ilaw.j
World's Highest Skyscraper.
The Singer Manufacturing company has riled plans for a structure
I in New York, which will be higher
■ than all the existing skyscrapers
\ hy from 200 to :i(X) feet, and will
! be about forty feet higher than the
j Washington monument. The tower will be 65 feet square for thirty-
| six stories and will be surmounted
'. by a dome containing four additional stories above which will be a
cupola and a Hag staff. The facades of the tower will be of ornamental brick nnd limestone, with
■ four towb of windows on each side.
j It will contain more than 150.000
j square feet of floor space, and will
be fitted with four elevators The
total cost of the improvements, including the tower, as estimated by
the Singer company's architect is
' $1,500,000. With the exception of
the Eiffel tower the Singer building will be the loftiest structure in
the world.
Well Pleased with Change.
C.T. Daykin. of Armstrong. B.C..
one of Lacombt-s pioneer settlers,
is in town renewing old acquaintances and attending to business
; matters. Mr. Daykin looks hale
and hearty as over and is well
pleased with his new home. Western Globe. Lacombo,
Was Innocent Man Hanged?
The report that Hiiyward. for
whose murder King was executed
.at Edmonton,last summer, is still
I alive has created great interest in
the Department of Justice nt Ottawa. Police have been notified to
watch closely for any confirmation
of the story. The conviction of
King was only oicumstantlal.
WILL PAY PENLTY.
W. Harrington and H. Hazard,
the two self-confessed thieves who
about three weeks ago startled all
Vancouver by daringly breaking a
window and stealing $6,000 worth
of diamonds from McMillan's jewelry store, have been si ntenced to
five and four years respectively. IjjUjNHjY OPENING
Thursday. March 15.
ttfie (allies of Qrmstrencj onr) District are ccrdiaft'u
invited te to attend my
spring opening on Above Dale
when I will have un exhibition the
Latest Creations in New
Trimmed and Pattern Hats.
MRS W. S. FISHER
Annual meeting...
.. Jirmstrond Etbcral Association.
nan
3fie annual meeting of tfiis association witt r»e
fieft. In tne #. 0. S. Halt on Friday, tHai-cft 16.1906,
at 2:30 p. nt.
CUt «tif>era(s invited. important easiness to fie
transacted.
iJce IHcOonaCtB.        R. R. Burns.
President. Secretary.
Ol
The Advance
PUBLISHED   EVERY   FRIDAY
ARMSTRONG, B. 0,
AT!
EUGENE RHIAN,
Publisher.
Bubsorlption $1.50 in-r your in advance, {
If not paid in advance S2.00.
Advt'rtiyinir. riiti-s given on application, j
JOH PRINTING A SPECIALTY.
The writer chanced 1" observe,
aside from the usual gathering at
the station, one morning during I
the past week, a group ot four men
that for a moment attracted our I
attention as most interesting. The
members of the aforesaid group
were Donald Afatheson, Donald
Graham, A. L. Fortune and L. W.
Patten—four gentlemen past sixty years of age who have, spent ivp-
  wards of a quarter of a century in
" Noticos of church si.-rvii-.-s nnd ont..r-!tl,is llistrk,t- W(' *> not know
toinmeats where no admission is charged what was the trend of their con-
inst-rted free. Othnr notices ot usual versation tit the particular time
rates.   Cards of thanks i?l. . wn Bllw tln-tti but we  venture  that
_.    . , .      ... ,   ,.   ..   . :    I these same gentlemen could afford
Tho Advance is published in tne inter-1 ■ °
ests of the town and  district in which I il»   "P*   listener   with    abundant
it exists and cordially solicits tho pat-J material for a large and interesting
ronajje of the public. j volume of early reniinescences   of
 ■ . this    part    of    the    Okanagan
I-ffl All   have   seen   ami   experienced
EDITORIAL   NOTES. T1lwith   ""   its  minSM  Pleasures
CARPENTERS' TOOLS
I
I
BlILPIING HARDWARES
LOGGERS' SUPPLIES
sat
I
COAST
CITIES   AND
GLANDERS.
THE |
and vicissitudes the trials
and hardships of real pioneer life I
—in the real frontier of a district
where population was sparse  and j
  communication with   the  outside!
The horsemen and citizeus of j world   indeed   limited.   Likewise j
Vancouver and New Westminster! »" fonr nav<' successfully weather-1
continue unabatedly   their   tight j«' its adversities and are spending
against the destruction of horses by;ttleir declining years in the satis-1
the Dominion Government.   At a j faction of a reasonable degree of
meeting in Vancouver lately a ser-! success in life.   It must indeed be
les of strong resolutions were draft- interesting and gratifying to such
ed which have been presented  to tr"l! pioneers as the above to wit-
the Government,   In the course of ness the advancment of the past
an article on the glanders regulat- few decades and to see their pos-
ions and thoir intended  workings' tt,rity>even to tfle second genera-
the Columbian says editorially:     'ion, launching out into life's sen
'■The glanders regulations, the | under  present    day    conditions,
subject of discussion, were framed j s,lcn- however, is the mark of time I
to meet the emergency of an epi-11111(1 a hundred   years   from   now!
demic, and were not intended for i homage will be due the pioneers of'
indiscriminate application in any I today as it Is |to those proceeding
locality   where the   veterinarians "s-   All honor to the fathers nnd
might happen to find  themselves, mothers who have made possible
In   fact   the law distinctly lays[°"r present envirnments,
down   that   the   inspectors shall     A{^^    „„   *einbIance o{ n
proclaim any held or stable and m-: boon| fa (lntici   ted for Armstrong
fected place before they proceed to; mul (listrict   (h)rJ      ^   ^
operate in it, or subject the horses I   UB£ffl ,t js neverthe]ess as8llred
there confined to the mullein test. | ^ fte opeJling of9pr.     .g fc gM
It was never intended that they „ ^.^ mami  q(   buM
should go into a place to which no N^ ,n thjg s,,cti()1|    BMm new
suspicion   or taint  attaches, andLbll9ine8S ,lml r,.si,1(,ntial properties
where the horses,it may be, all are ,„ Um a mlmb,.rof newfarm resi.
apparently sound, and subject  the
lot to the injection of mullein with I
the inexorable determination thatLte(uiv healthy growth is what is
no matter what other explanation |](.sir'(1 ftff th(, Bubstantin| proB.
or reaction may be offered all am-' ^ of lu.olmtrv llnil thig iBwlmt
male whose temprature rises two ,g promjMd £or the Spallumcheen.
degrees shall  be destroyed.   The _ _>  «■
provision for three tests, with four At tho opening of spring, bnsi-
mcinths between first and last, ness men and citizens generally
shows that reaction is not an in- should unitedly look to tho matter
fallible indication of the presence of cleaning up their properties,
of glanders, and it is intolerable' Nothing adds more towards form-
that owners of horses should be Ing a good impression in the eyes
ruined on the mere suspicion that of the public than a clean tidy
a germ of the disease may exist. town—and perhaps we would be
By all means let infected lull- allowed to mildly suggest thnt
mills be destroyed, and give thej there are some places in Arm-
community the benefit of tlie doubt; strong that would not pass inspec-
by the quarantine or destruction of Hon Ih this line. Cleanup! Not
the suspects, bnt when this is done only for appearance's sake, but for
the compensation paid should be a ' sanitary reasons.
reasonable amount, and   not the!        " .*.  *~    7~ ; ft)
., , ,      , .      If commercial travelers are as1-™*
pittance provided lor at present
J a McDonald
FISHER & SAGE
Insurance Uf     Real Estate
™     Agents amV
"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 fur	
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 the of year when fires are apt to occur.        Il.-tter get
insured.    Wo represent four of the best companies,
s-J
Bank of Montreal
Head Office! Montreal
CAPITAL, till paid up SU.tKKUXK),
Balanco Profit.
Rest, $10,000,000
I Loss account, $878,1188.
PRESIDENT. Right Hon.  Lord Slralhcona nnd  Mount Royal,
VICE-PRESIDENT. Sir Geo. A. Drummond, K.C.M.G.
DMYtUSaL-
■JJN01H1?
OR MATTING?
Spring'...
Housecleaning'
Finds us prepared with
all the requisites to make
the home pleasant:	
fill LINE UNDERTAKING GOODS AND SUPPLIES.
MCPHERSON <S HOLTBY,
es will be among the improve-i   4
•-'""Contractors and Builders.
.•w****************************.
Branches In all the principal cities and towns iu Canada,    Also iu
the following cities :—London, Eng,; 22. Abchurch   Lane,  E. C.
New York,Till Wall Street : Chicago. 188 La Salle Street: Spokane,
Wash. ; St. John's Newfoundland.
Bankers and Correspondents : Liverpool, Bank of Liverpool.    Scotland, British Linen Co's, Bank and Branches.
A general banking business transuded. Drafts sold available at
all points in the United Slates. Europe and Canada, including Atlin
and Dawson City.
SAVING'S BANK DEPARTMENT.
Deposits received from 81 upwards iirfd interest allowed at current rates.
Interest entered 30th June, and 31st December
Wfthdrawalm   an   ttamand   without    tfalay.
Ranchers and country business given special attention.   Municipal nnd 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 nttention*.
OKANAGAN DISTRICT:
ENOERBY,
ARMSTRONG E. 4. Taylor, Sub. Agent. KELOWNA
E. S, V.MRcOllntock. Smb. Agent. P. ItuMenlln, Smb. Agent.
G. A. HENDERSON,
Vernon, Manager.   ■
Mgprt for $ak?
    If so. I can SELL IT.
Realizing that the Armstrong district is especially adapt
to the growth of certain of the Okanagan products, I
have decided to open an office here.
Tf yon wmi to ttll m ef your land I'll get yon a Buyer.
■   asm   a   ■   m        VERNON,
ENOERBY,    '
ARMSTRONG.
HPLEEf
Hotses are worth perhaps twice flBI
li in British Columbia as the
mttc
paid hen
points brought to the Minlstei'd
attention, and [no ilonbt he will
recognize the justice of the horsemen's complaint."
■elers are as i «yr
a good augery of the com-  —
! niercial prosperity ol
Harness Repairing...
cliiime.
 ____________ a district the
.    ,, ,,      , ,    ."Okanagan   ranks   amongst     the1
are in Eastern Canada, yet only tbe prs0perous.   We venture that no.
Eastern scale of compensation is other brancTT line of railway in the I
This is one if the Dominion furnishes a Held of operation for as large a number of.
knights of the grip as does thiB
valley and during the past week
the town has been literally besieged j
by them,
§
§
The
Spring work will Boon be upon you
and should find you with your harness in good order. I will overhaul
your old or make you a new sot.
0. L. CHRISTIAN,
Armstrong - Harness • Store.
BAKERY fi CONFECTIONERY
All kinds of Candies, Cigars,
etc.   Fruit in Season.
Fancy Pastry.
We are prepared to receive ord'-rs in this line for one of the
BEST BAKERS IN THE INTERIOR.
A.SHARY,
Near C. P. R.
Depot.
H. HAWKINS
=BUTCHER=
Wholesale and Retail
The beat steaks and roasts a specialty.
Fish and game In season.
Live Stock bought at top price.
 MAIL  ORDERS	
receive most   particular attention.
mm MEAT MARKET.
'Wfco.es.ie & ReiaH==
All kimlB of Fresh and Cured Meats always in stock
Pish and Fowl in season
BestPrices for Fat StocK and Poultry.
Muil Orders a Specialty,
Geoa Murray,
Poultry Wanted PfOO
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.. Local and General..
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D. McKay was a passenger to
Vernon Friday.
Mrs. Burnyeat, of Vernon, spent
Sunday with her son, Darrell, here.
Norman Fergnson returned Saturday from Alberta, where he has
spent the winter.
L. A. Gott is soon to begin the
erection of a substantial residence
on his twenty acres on the Mark
Hill estate.
Active work is now in prograsB
on the new residence being built
by Thos. Skyrme on Patterson avenue. Geo. Bowness has the contract.
G. P. Cathren, representing
Pen-ins confections, was here dur-j'" ""' nnn-
ing the past week on his first trip J .Tas. Hoild. of Winnipeg, reproof the volley, The writer had the, senting the Dominion government,
pleasure of a generous sampling of has s)ient the week in town inspect-
hiK various lines, andean personal-1 ing the Hour being supplied by the
ly pronounce them "out of sight.", Okanagan Al ills.
The quality of the flour being A new cross adornB the steeple of
supplied by the Okanagan Flour the English church. It was the
Mill was so satisfactory that the work of (J. Moberly'b jobbing shop
mill has just received an increase j and adds materially to the [appear-
of the original onler. Tbe first ance of tho church,
shipment of the local onler left     g,,^ loco, W(|({ hM  remarkell
Miss D. MeCleery left Monday
for Eburne.
C. W. Grigor, of Rossland, was
here the last of the week on a
business trip.
H. Hawkins was laid up a few
days tbe past week with'a painful
ulceration of a tooth,
A missionary sendee will be
held in the Methoilist church next
Sunday morning. Rev. A. Henderson of Kelowna is expected to
preach.
A Jap, a member of the C. P. R.
crew engaged in loading tieB here,
while out shooting Saturday sustained a 22-callbre rifle shot wound
Vancouver on board the Athenian
last Sunday.
With the double doors of all our
wag
during the past week that if the
C. P. R. wanted any sound "sleepers" Armstrong could supply at
business places standing open least a part of a church full,
these days and onr enterprising! The officers of the local Liberal
merchants out with window brush, | aW)0latjo|l requegt thnt we call
a pail of water and a bar of Sa.;gpecia, attention to their ^ in
polio, one is reminded that spring ^ther column, giving notice of
*n    AAaiih Jam lata,   MaaaaH    aaaa        veeti L* a 11 -a alta
the annual meeting.   The attend-
is certainly upon ns  with  all   its
accompanying pleasures.
J. Simmington has evinced his
faith in Armstrong and the Okanagan by adding to his former holding the ten acres adjoining hlm|ortobMribeji
owned by H. Bilhorn. With the
addition of this Jack has the nucleus of a fine home.
Te editor is to become associated with the peaceful life of East-
view suburb—away from the noise
and clamor of the city proper—we
having leased C.H.Hardy's cot-J^™ he
tage there into which we will at
once move.
The funeral occurred last Saturday afternoon of the eighteen
months old daughter of Mrs. Ban-
sin, who for some time past has
made her home with her mother,
Mrs. Batho, of Rosedale, suburb.
The child Buffered a severe attack
of cholera infantum, which terminated in her sad death after only a
few days illness. The funeral service was conducted by Rev. Camp.
ance of all Liberals is requested.
J. G. McTavish was down from
up Deep Creek Tuesday and had
his name Included in onr large list
He reports preparations under way for the early
beginning of spring work in his
district.
W. E. Pickford has begun the
erection of a four roomed cottage
on his twenty acre tract recently
purchased from C.  J.  Patton,
will again establish
home.      MePherson   &   Holtby
have the contract for the same.
C. H. Hardy has plans out for
a handsome and costly residence
which he contemplates erecting in
Vernon during the coming season.
It is probable that the will remove
there at a later date, his extensive
work there requiring his residence
there during a. large share of the
time.
J. C. Ashton, the recent pur.
bell in the Presbyterian church, j chaser of the Poole place, is this
who delivered an impressive sermon week taking up his residence on
to a number   of   sympathizing
friends of the bereaved mother.
Among the settlers of the past
winter few have made a better
showing considering the time put
in than E. J. Watson on his thirty
acres purchased from C, J. Patton.
Mr. Watson will go in largely for
the same. Both Mr. and Mrs. Ash
ton are highly pleased with their
location, the mere fact of his having refused a handsome advance
on the price paid for his farm being sufficient evidence that he is
pleased with his purchase,
Mrs, F. C.  Wolfenden, who re.
poultry raising and now has acorn-1 cently purchased the Arnold Shary
modious and well appointed poul- j tract from J, H. Carefoot, the last
try house and already a goal start I „f the week sold the same to F. R.
in chickens, as he also has in dairy. Clover, the recent purchaser of
ing to which he will also pay con-JAdolph Shary's place. Mr.
siderable attention Arrangements! Giover now has in the two places
are now being made for the begin.! a desirable property which will be
ning of the main portion of his! extensively improved nnd trans-
dwelling and his family is expect- Conned into 0Ile 0f tho mcmt at.
edfrom Magetowan, Ont. in a few j tractive small fruit farms in the
"tty*' 'district.   Mr. Glover is expected
A, W. Hunter and family, late j here early next month to superin
of Lacombe, Alta., are now at home j lend the erection of a fine dwelling.
on their farm,  the  J, C. Grinton
Mre.Geo.Mtirray wasa passenger!
to Vernon yesterday.
A. E. Sage was a Vernon visitor
between trains yesterday.
W. J. Armstrong was'a business
visitor to Enderby Tuesday.
G. J. Wallace is erecting an ad- ]
dition to his blacksmith shop.        j
N. McEwen, of Ponoka, Alta.,
came in yesterday for a look at the I
country.
F. Heathcoate has under course'
of erection a new residence on his I
farm east of town.
Conductor Powers is again on
duty on this branch, while C. Armstrong is taking a holiday trip to
the east.
Rev. Campbell was in attendance
during the past week at a meeting of the Missionary Committee
of the synod at Vancouver.
T. K. Smith has purchased from
Fisher & Sage the last one of what
in the original platting of the I
town was known as the Patterson
lots.
The Bee Hive store now sports
a delivery wagon, which places|
them in better position than ever I
for prompt attention to orders left
with them.
Rev. White of Peachiand, occupied the pulpit of the Presbyterian
church Sunday night in the absence of Rev. Campbell and preached an interesting sermon.
A. L. Elsom, late of vancouver,
is here and will have charge of
H. P. Lee's real estate office when
arrangements are completed for
the opening of his branch at this
place.
Geo. Levins left. last Saturday
with Mrs. Levins for Vancouver,
where Mrs. Levins is obliged to
enter a hospital for treatment.
Her friends hope for her speedy
restoration to health.
S. B. Lucas was the successful
tenderer for the Armstrong > Hull
Car - Falkland mall route. His
duties begin with the first of June.
He is now erecting a barn on his
property in town to accommodate
his team.
L. W. Patten took a well deserved holiday this week and spent a
few days in company with W. Foe
till at Kelowna and other parts of
the Mission valley Mr. Patten
has not been feeling the best of
late and we trust tbe recreation
will prove beneficial.
The Advance has on exhibition
that which we will wager to be
evidence of the greatest growth
made in one year in B. C. It is a
twig from a plum tree and measures
seven feet eight inches — the
growth of last season. It was of
course grown by W, T. Hayhurst
the producer of all the phenomena
of the district.
Our report of the orchestra ball
—the laBt of the season—was
through an oversight inadvertantly
left out of last week's issue. Suffice it to say at this time that
the members of the orchestra proved themselves in no manner inferior to other organizations in
managing a successful ball and all
those present reported a very enjoyable time.
From the Armstrong Saw Mill
we secure the following interesting
items in connection with the logs
brought in during the past winter.
The largest receipt for anyone day
were (iO.OOO feet; tho largest log
place, south of town, having arrived with two cars of effects last Friday. Both Mr. and Mrs. Hunter
are so far abundantly pleased with
the prospects of their new home,
Mrs. Hunter especially taking
favorably to the the conditions here
as being more like the old home
"backeaBt", owing to the varied
possibilities of the district in the
production of fruit and the many
garden products. Mr, Hunter has
acquired one of the best farms in
■ the district, has plenty of help,
horses and machinery for carrying
it on, and we trust his industry
will be awarded by only the best
ot success, and that he may never
Rev, H. J. King, the new vicar
of thu St. James church, arrived
hero yesterday, He will take up
his residence in the R. Daniel's
property to bo vacated by Eugene
Rhian. Tho members of St.
James' church are to be congratulated on the advancement of their
church to that stage where it can
command and support a resident
vicar, and while no doubt some regret will be felt by the friends of
Rev. Venables upon the cessation
of his duties here in connection
with the church, a more satisfactory condition will no doubt be the
result of a resident vicar's establishment here.   Archdeacon Beer will
j Travelers samples...
ladles' ana CMMrei's Hosiery
Ladles' and cilMrcn's underwear
Gents' Hosiery, and underwear
Boys' and Men's sweaters, ete.
I have an exceptionally Fine Line of Samples in above  goals  which were purchased at
50 KB CENT WHOLESALE COST
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and will be sold accordingly.
iCcnte cary wblle be Bargain i$ open.   Jill Goods Absolutely Rew.
%John Hamill, ESSES
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ISMlSTlHlftlStSBWSS
The Advance and the Winnipeg
Free Press one year for only $1.75.
GARDEN TOOLS-A GOOD
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 fittings. All kinds of plumbing
done to order on short notice. Tin
and sheet iron work done to order.
Armstrong & Leverington's.
Have you seen those kjnife and
scissor sharpeners at Armstrong &
Leverington's hardware store?
NAILS, BUILDING PAPER,
carpenter's tools, building  hardware, all kinds—the right place.
Armstrong & Leverington.
The New Improved Low Down
U. 8, Cream Separator, oapacily
450 pounds per hour.     Price $90.
Armst-ong & Leverington.
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES
and Churches Alabustke in  all
shades, paint brushes, kalsomine
brushes.   A good place to deal.
Armstrong & Leverington's.
Sprayers' attention I Good oak
barrels at Armstrong & Leverington's hardware store, Armstrong,
B.C.
For Sale.
A number of Mugoon Strawberry
plants ti 75 cts. per  hundred  or
$0.00 per thousand.   Apply to
W. T. Haihubot,
AraiBtiong, B. C.
A. A. H.—The Advance.
Wanted.
Girl to do light housework and
to assist with children; good wageB
to competent person.   Apply im
hauled in scaled 1250feet,°broughT mediately to
in by a Siwash; the largest load
hauled iu was by Leslie Main and
scaled 2*507 feet.   It was drawn by
two horses and consisted of only I    I desire to oxprass my sincere
three logs, I thanks to all those who so kindly
Wm. PoBtill, familarly known to MBisted me '" nlv lftte trouble-
old timers here as "Bill" Postill,! Mrs. G, B, Batho,
of Rei
Card of Thanks.
aare cause to regret his move in he present at the Induction of Rev
Jooating in the Okanagan. King next Sunday.
Deer, Alta., is here paying
his annual visit to his numerous
friends. Mr. Postill was for years
a resident of this district and while
at the present the district contains
very many new faces and the number of tin old time friends is gradually diminishing, he still has a
warm spot in his heart for the Okanagan and takes particular enjoyment in visiting here occasionally.
He is making his headquarters
this week with L. W. Patten.
For Sale Cheap.
1 Mellotte cream separator, good
as new.   Apply to
4(!-tf Mark Hill,
For Sale.
An old established butcher business.   A rare opportunity for someone looking for a business opening
in the famous Okanogan valley.
For particulars apply to ,-
H. Bmuimr,
Armstrong, B. 0.
Official Directory
Railway Time Table
(Shcswap & Okanagan Railway)
Arrives from North daily except
Sunday  9:25 a. m.
Arrives from South daily except
Sunday  3:25 p. m.
I Poetoflr.ee
Mail Arrives—
I North daily except Sunday
9:30 a. m
3:30 p. m.
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.
Reeve—A. Schubert.
Clerk and assessor—L. W. Patton.
Treasurer and collector—J. M. Wright.
Councillors—
Geo. Murray, W. Hallani, J. L.
Hartwell, R. B. Main.
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Churches
ETHODIST CHURCH.
Divine Service will be held every Sunday as follows: Armstrong, 11 a.m.;
Knob Bill, 3 p.m.; Enderby, 7.30 p.m.;
Sunday School at 2.30 p.m.-Kev. A. N.
Miller, Pastor.
pPESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Services in S. Andrew's, Enderby, st
11 a.m.; Zion Churoh, Armstrong, at
7:30 p.m. every Sunday.—Rev. D. Campbell, Pastor.
rtHURCH OF ENGLAND
St. James' Church, Sunday, March 11
2nd Sunday in Lent, Matins, Holy Communion and sermon at 11 a. m by Kev
Archdeacon Beer.   Sunday school, 2:30.
—P. V. Venables, Vicar.
R
OMAN   CATHOLIC.
Holy Mass in I. 0. F. Hall, Armstrong,
Third Sunday in each moth at 10 o'clock
Father Dorval.
Professional
JAS. MURPHY,
Barrister and Solicitor.
WOOD, CARGILL BLOCK.
w.
E, FRASER, D.M.D
' DENTIST.
Wood Cargill Block.
Cfllco Hours: 9:30 to 12 and 1:30 to5
ATMSTRONG B.C.
fraternal Societies.
LO.L., No. 1807., meets in the
•   I.O.F. Lodge Room, the second
Saturday evening of each month at 8
p.m.   Visiting brethren cordially invited
F, N. DANIELS,    A. SCHUBERT,
Secretary. W.M.
OKANAGAN Black Preceptory.
Meets in the Foresters' Hall, Armstrong, on the Thursday, en or before the
full moon, at H p.m. Visiting brethren
cordially invited.
W. T. HOLTBY,      E, BENNETT,
Prcoeptor Registrar.
South
Mail Leaves—
North daily except Sunday     3:45 p. m.
South     "      " » 9:43 a. m.
Glenemma and Falkland every
Monday 5:00 p. m.
Spallumcheen and Hull Car on
Mondays r,:oo p. m.
Fridays 9:30 a.m
J. M. Wriuht. Postmaster.
Armstrong Markets
The following prices are being
paid for produce by the Armstrong
Farmers' Exchange:
Potatoes, per ton
Carrots,      "
Parsnips     "
Beets
Turnips       "
Cabbage     "
Hay
Apples, per 40 lb.
Pears "
Plums, per 20 lb.
Celery, per 50 lb.
Poultry, per doz.
Bntter, per lb.
114.00
12.00
25.00
l«.0O
1000
•     20.00
12.50
1.25-1.35
1.75
75
:i.oo
e.oo
.40
Leading  Business    Firms.
The Advance commends the following
business firms of Armstrong to the people of the surrounding district. Their
announcements may be seen in our advertising column:
Armitage, A. E., Gents furnishing
Ashe, S R, Jeweler, Vemon.
Burns, R. R., Drnggist
Blanchard, A., Dressmaker
Bank of Montreal, Bankers.
Christian, J W, Cream separators
Christian, C. L„ Harness and Sad
dlery
Daniels, F. N., Incubators and Plumbing
Daykin, C. T., General Merchant
Fisher & Sage, Real Estate
Farncis, B., Implements
Hamill, John, General Merchnnt
Hawkin's Bros., Butchers
Henry. M J, Nursery, Vancouver.
Lapworth, A. J., Painter
Moberly, G., Carpenter
MePherson 4 Holtby, Furniture and
Undertaking
McDonald, J., Hardware
Murray, Geo., Meat Market
Okanagan Flour Mill, Flour, etc.
Ratledge, A. N., Barber
Shary, A., linker and Confectionery.
Simington, J„ Contractor and Builder
Teward. .Ins.. Plasterer, etc,
Wood, Cargill Co., General merchants
CORONATION Lodge, No. 48.
I. O. O. F.
Meets evory Thursday evening in the
Odd Fellows' Hall, over Wood, Cargill
4 Cb's. Store, at 8 o'clock, Sojourning
brethren are cordially invited to attend.
W. J, SMITH, N.G.
H. HAWKINS, V. G.
B. FRANCIS, Rec. Sec.
COURT ARMSTRONG, No.
341K. I. O. W.
Meetings at their ball last Saturday in
each month. Visiting brethren cordially
invited.   H. Hawkins, R.S.
Estray.
Came onto the premises I
of the undersigned, about i
January 12, one red steer. |
marked with cut in riyht e:ir. branded as above on riidit ribs. 1 black
steer with same mark, but
"A\ branded as below on ri^ht
ribs. If not claimed within 80 days after the first appearance of this notice, will be sold to
pay expenses.
Geo. Moore.
Silver Creek. B. C.
Your friends-'-back home" are
i        _..  —   ..   interred jn the country in which
^STRONG OMfe No. 372. you Um      Thm.,, Jmws of
Order of Canodian Horue Circles, meets j acquainting them with  your district as by means of the local paper.
in tat I.O.F. hall, st Monday in each
~ " DANIELLS, Leader.
month,
F.N
Mrs. FRASER, Secretary. Let us send them the ADVANCE. ?.'
Fm^lfThrDiiiir? ■*>— *"1
I • Tram Our Ccrrespcndcnts. «  ■
a a
Glenemma.
Mr. Robinson, our ratssionary, narrowly  escaped   what   r.ii^ht have  been a
serious injury last Saturday.   While on
his way to Otter lake his horse fell with j
him, one of Mr. Robinson's feet remain
ing fast  in the stirrup while lie wns
dragged some  dlstanoe,    Fortunately j
his injuries wen- only slight and  after I
borrowing a buggy from J. Smith   lie j
proceeded on his journey.
J. Smith has rented F. MeAelinies
farm for a term of two years. He
will devote his time to bringing more
nnd under cultivation.
Fred Wallace of Grand Pmirie is visi- :
ting.1 0 Mi-Kenv.ii- and renewing old
liei|Ullintiinees here.
J  Knellnr iiiadeu trip to Vernon on j
Thursday,
MissLotUeJohnston ofSalmon Arm
is visiting her sister. Mrs Gen Wilson
Ml hough the present winter has bean
a very mild oncnnil the snow rail very
liKht, s,nne hundreds of thousands of
feet of logs have been banked un the
river
Buttercups are in blossom and the
robin und ground linnets are with  us
sure signs of spring
Support of Your Own Town.
Advocate the trade at home prin- j
ciple.   Every business man should,
Repairing
Leave your Orders with....
R. R. BURNS,
Agent for
S.   R.  ASHE.
Jeweler, Vernon.
wan Paper..
TaRen  Up.
Came to my place, a mile and 1
south of town, about February IS,
llHIii. one nil and white pinto
mare, branded indistinct brand.
B .1 or U I j. on right hip; also
yearling foal, dark colon il, with
white face and one white hind foot.
If not claimed within time requir-1
ed by law, above animals will be
sold aocoroding to provisions of
estray animals act.
W. Gregory,
j. H. warren
I have on hu
range of...
d a complete
V
PIANO TUNER
Wall Paper
Samples
A. J. Lapworth,
Sign Writer, Painter and Decorate
Grisiilc Mlcs-Brq.il Scboil...
I mil now prepared to receive
orders for piano tuning and
guarantee BATI8FACT0RY WORK
at  REASONABLE PRICES,
Address me at....
ARMSTRONG. B.C.
45-AcreJ
Ranch
M.J. HENRY'S
.FOR SALE.
Only half a mile from Arm
Nurseries, Greenhouse & Seedhouse
Vancouver,   -   B. C.
Head quarters for
PaoHkt Ooaat Brown
Garden, Flower   A   Field   Seeds
New crop now in stock and  on   test in
do it as well as every other citizen _   lQ ^ ^^ cu,th,|tion
of the town.   It is to his interest < balance good bottom land easily,
to  do so.     He   should trade at | cleared.   Goal frame house, stable I ;»r Greenhouses.    Ask your merchant
-   .     . .    ,     ,, i   .,      ,   .,,• w»l   ,l   I for them in Healed mi-knees, if he does
home himself and give his brother | and other buildings,       With the' not hBndle tb(,m wc wilf milil ,„ vml
merchants a little profit and set a land will be Sold one team, three ---■     -  -   - - -    -•	
i i      rru   i . -.. ■„ ,« cows, one steer, one brood sow, rj
good example.   The furniture man ^ ohiokeng; nn(1 fu„ equipm(!nt
farm machinery.   Price $5000.
...D. MITCHELL.
who sends away for his range and
the hardware man who sends away
for his furniture, and the grocer
who buys his clothing out of the
town are not consistent; neither is
the merchant, whatever his business, who sends to the city printers
for his job work. .Don't harp about
out home trade and denounce the
catalogue houses when you yourself are the chief transgressor.
For Sale.
1 Bicycle (Redbird), in good
order; 1\ in. tube frame. Cheap
■for cash.   Apply this office.
For  Sale
One Hall's Safe 15x19$ inches
inside. Apply Box M, Advance
office.
Jas. TEWARD
Stone Mason,
Brick Layer,
Plasterer.
I am prepared to all kines of
work in these lines and guarantee
satisfaction.
16 YEARS EXPER1EMCE.
Eksidkkck: Springhill, half mile north
of Armstrong.
Orders may be left with 0, Addison.
The--
BEST
Is what you want if you are
planting
NURSERY STOCK.
This is our special selecton for 11. 0.
Special prices on your bulk  seeds.
Be O. Brown   Fruit   and
Ornamental Trees
Now ready for spring shipment, extra
nice stock of 2 A .'I year Apple trees at
120.00 per 100; $180.00 per 1000
Maynard plum $1.00 each. Italian
prune, 2 year old tine $25.00 per 100.
Sugar prune 2 year old tine $30 per 100.
Full list of other stock at regular price.
Let me price! your list before placing
your order. Greenhouse, Floral work,
Bee supplies, Fruit packages, l ertiliz
ers, etc.   Catalogue
\ THE BEE HIVE STORE
r^
D. IKI. FERRY'S
Garden & Hem seeds
Clover (June Choice) 26(t lb
Kerry's Lawn Mixture 25d
(CLEAN.
Stock that is { HEALTHY,
I THRIFTY.
We solicit your patronage for
this kind of stock. Our stock
is ALL GUARANTEED.
Write us, or Mr. H $awkinr, of
Armstrong, B. 0,, for Illustrated
Catalogue or ajflyaformation.
•KWN        __
""""   treyi.
G. Moberly
If you will call and see the
EMPIRE
_ ctebs i
Cream Separator
nnd note how f ovr%Brts
it has, how perfectly
simple it is, how(easy
it turns, how perfectly
it skims, how easily it
is kept clean, and how
strong und durable it
is, you will at once decide it is the separator
for you.   No separator
M. J. HENRY,
HOlOWestminster Rd. Vancou
The smoothest shaves, the neatest
haircuts and the cleanest
shampoos.
Shave 15c.    Haircut 25c.
A. N. RATLEDGE, . Proprietor
othy(
White Dutch Clover BOfJ
Garden m FleM sects h Ulk at catalogue Prices
LESS IO PER CENT DISCOUNT.
dom Forget we carry all —*-
... PACKET GARDEN & FLOWER SEEDS
SUMMER WASH GOODS
Crams English Prints, Zephyrs, Ginghams, Muslins and Lawns.
CROMPTON'S CORSETS, Tape Girdles SO}*,
Corsetsin longor short waists "ity to$1.75.
Be sure to bring your BUTTER AND EGGS to the BEE HIVE STORE.
C.  T.  DAYKIN.
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Strayed
From my place, 1 yearling heifer,
red with white spots, marked with
notch above and below on right ear,
and below on left ear; also one 8-
year-old steer, same marks.
John Christian.
F.N.
All Kinds of Carpenter
WorK at reasonable prices ever made such rapid
_       - I strides  in   popularity
Turning ! as the Empire.      The
Band Sawlnng i reason is that it satis-
aMammaaeum CBA*MINB!fl™  eyet!/  Purchaser.
Picture FRAMING j   , a6k the pr.v.lege of
^sss^ssss^sss^^s^; showing it to you.
Plans ©Specifications
Prepared
Estimates Given
SON
CnSMITBS.
FOR SALE.
J. W. Christian,
Bnttennnker at Creamery.
Columbian  College
Provides board and tuition for both
vLadieB and Gentlemen at very low
rates. In the regular course instruction is given in the advanced
Public School, High School, Collet
id, JUpivereity work.   Th|e
Cparses include a thorough*,       ■ , c,    ,     .    ,,, . .
F'-    .       ...    ,  . rnClTop  Buttey 1 Set Losing Sleighs,
praflt^Business training:   The*™* *  %ng8i Corner Binds, Doul
1 McCormick, Binder, 1 Brantford
Mower, 1 Fanning Mill, 1 Straw Cutter,
1 Horse Power, 1  Set Trucks,  new, 1
1
ing Tongs, Corner Binds, Double
I .Trees, Cant hook, 1 Cultivator.
VooiLjJPrJstTnmetituI,  and Techni.
quapTusic:   In Art: Sketching,,   ^  for oftsh or on ttpproved notes
(111 Painting and Pyrography; Also I at t^e mcnths.
Physical Culture and Elocution,     '
For Calendar, Address "Columbian j f. jj, DANIELS '"Son.
College, New Westminster, B. C. I ■ -
ARE VOU GOING T9 BUILD?
If so, it will pay you to see me.
Estimates given.—
j. Siminglon
CONTRACTOR
t_ BUILDER.!
Shop next Francis'
All
Dealer in—
Farm
Machinery
kinds  of farm    implements
wagons, buggies, otc.
RENMESI
SEEDS
12 PACKETS 25c.
BY MAIL POSTPAID.
18 SUPERB VEGETABLES FOR SS CENT9.-
Roets, Carrots, ( 'tiIohh, Letttioo, Cuournboi-R, Radishos, Paw.
nips, Calibjute, Celery, Totnat , Miwk Mounts and water
Melunn.  Regulap Price 76c, tor tbo
12 ATTRACTIVE FLOWERS Poll 26 CENTS.
-A.tela. Phlox, Sweot Mlmieiiott'i. Pttnay, lloiililo I'lnka,
swoot Alyatiuni, Poppy, Potuula, Nant.tirt[iim, Bivoofc prim,
Unlianaoil Morning Ulury.   Be.sulai- 70o„ lap !;6o
J.?J-?ADIMO VBOETABI.BB AND FIOWEHS
POR 23 OBNTS.-OnlOim, Cnoiitiibora, Boots, Latinos,
r.irmta ninl Kniliklim, ,\,i,w   !••„.,.,|, all(.'i IK'. I'onay
Petunia, Bwent Peas,and Willi Onnlon,  Htirmap Co.
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For vSale.1
ll/p CCNT\ pope Jf yrur order limoimte to fino
._ . rllcE fir ever. Nura-iiy erielciiri.
or Trial Seeds. Asli your(rtonuaio Join v,itn vmi.
f       REMIT CASH WITH ORDER.
?:nprnvr;d RedCappot
—Tlie lliliil lor a tile- crop-
ox. lOo, lib. 200, lb. eoo.
wm. Rennlc Co. Ui« Vancouver.
WRITE POK
CATALOGUE
I'UHK-MRED
Hrown hug-
horn anil Plomotttb Keek Poultry and
Effgn. jHonie eseeiitiouully Koodyouna;
Ooekerels now on hand,
iansdowne. T. W. MARSHALL.
Okanagan Flour
Mills Co. Ltd.
ARMSTRONG
B. C.
%    4%
«« millers of a flour
THAT   18   A
UNIVERSAL FAVORITE
^—AGENTS FOR^uar
^Peering machinery*
Feed Grains of All Kinds BOUGHT
AND SOLD.
("ARMSTRONG I
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Ts the Centre of the great Fertile Spallumcheen Valley
- the Garden Spot of the Okanagan. This district is admitted to be the Choicest Winter Apple Section of the Oka-
iitigan, and because of the substantial backing of its surrounding country Armstrong is destined to become one of the
very Best Towns of the Okanagan,
For further valuable information send for sample copy ol'
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