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  and Spallumcheen Advocate.
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VOL. I.
ARMSTRONG. B. C, FRIDAY, APRIL (i, 1906.
NO 51.
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LOWER TAXES i
WOULD be ,-i most desirable change. Bnt since that
appears to be out of tin- question just now the best
thing to do 1b to SAVE THE TAX MONEY by dealing
with ARMITAGE *  l'Al'L,   the  Peoples' Furnishers.
A Real Gentleman wears a Good
We lit. tin- host men in the city with proper Uondwonr, Neckwear,
ShiK'wear, and Clothing nnd we want to ini-luil,- YOU.
Buy wiwt i$ Becoming aid Comfortable.
SEK OUR--
txW Styles and Shapes, etc. i> gag.
When it comes to Toggery, we are
right in and this is the Store
to get them at Unequalled
Prices.
Ask to see Our BOYS'
Buster Brown Suits
NEAT AND NATTY.
NOW   18   THE   TIME   TO   GET  YOUR MADE-
TO-ORDER SUIT.      OUR STOCK  IS COM-
PLETE AND YOU  WILL HAVE   NO
DIFFICULTY   IN   CHOOSING.
<*^Jh*iiagf *, Paul's-
ML   The Leading Gents' Furnishers
SAY!
You ought to see our Spring Stock of Mens, Youths und
Boys Clothing. We handle the best in Canada. W. R.
Johnston of Toronto and the Campbell Clothing of Montreal.
They certainly are np-to-dnte in Style and   Workmanship.
Fence and Chicken wire
just arrived in cor direct from  Montreal,  also  Nails of all
sizes nt right prices.
Blue stone
Direct from Manufacturers and the price is (). K L)ont
make yourselves old men digging out stumps but call and get
a box of Thos. Hamilton Stumping Powder which will blow
ont more stumps in one hour than you could dig out in six
months.   Fuse nnd caps nlso on hand.
I We can knock the spots off anything in the Valley in  Mens
Ladies, Misses and Childrens Shoes.    Just call and have a
look at our Ladies and Misses Oxfords in black and tan.
We are also handling this year  Mens,   Ladies * Childrens
tennis canvass shoes.
crockery
All kinds ut rock bottom prices.   Everybody knows thnt our
Crockery stock is complete and at priees within reach of all.
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WOOD CARGILL CO*-
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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
MIDWAY AND VERNON.
i
Road Practically Assured.   Con*
struction Promised Soon.
i
The construction of the Midway
and Vi-rhon Railway, to whioh the
'residents of the  Okanagan  have
long looked forward, now appears
i to be assured without further do.
lay.     Chief Justice Hunter, t o
whom was left the matter of de-
| ciding whether or not the promoters hud earned the right  to the
j Subsidy, has decided  in favor of
the coinpany.'so that question need
i cause no further delay in the con-
j struction, the government having
■ practically assured the payment of
| the subsidy in the event of the de-
j cision'being favorable to the company.
Harry Seydel, foreman of construction on the road during the
i time work has been done, was in-
j terviewed at Armstrong with re-
! gnrd to the road last Tuesday. He
stated that the matter of financing
the road would meet with no difficulty, there being several capital-
ists.nnxious to furnish funds for
tho project. At least $300,000 i s
available at once from one source,
and it is the intention of t h e
company to proceed forthwith to
pay all obligations, after which
active work of construction will
again be commenced. It was his
opinion that work would' be commenced within the next six weeks
at both ends of the line, in which
case construction crews would begin simultaneously at both Midway
and Vernon.
Cheaper Kerosene.
THIRTY DAYS IN JAIL
Penalty  Imposed   on
Socialists.
Penticton
The ringleaders of the mass of
Penticton citizens who ejected the |
Chinese from the town iast week
wereV n Ml n lay si ntinced to thirty
days imprisonment with tho
option of a l?2") fine. Being mem-1
bers of the Socialist party and the I
payment of a tine being contrary
to their principles all but oueof the |
lot elected to serve their time in
jail. They were accordingly taken
to Kamloops on Tuesday. Those
convicted were G. S. Winkler, Jas.
Edmunds, E. S. Gladden, J. Mitchell, and Garfield Mohr, the latter
paying his line.
Ccurt Armstrong I. 0. F.
Court Armstrong N o. 4329,
I. O. F., enjoyed a visit at their
meeting last Saturday night from
J. Irvine, D. S. C. R., of Vancouver. A new candidate was conducted through the mysterious and
devious paths of the Forest, after
which a brief address was made by
the visiting brother, followed by
refreshments at the Armstrong
restaurant. Mr. Irvine expects
to spend a few days here in the
near future in the interests of the
order which is now in a flourishing
condition here.
SEE OUR
EASTER
Great excitement prevoils in
southern Alberta and near the
enstern boundary of B. C. over the;
discovery of oil. It is claimed;
that the extent of the discoveries
and excellent quality of the oil'
promises in the near future a
practically cutting in two of the
present prices of kerosene. Re-,
fineries are proposed to be established, which will be of the very
latest know designs Whereby the I
Oil will be refined at a much lessi
cost than at present costing the ■
eastern refineries.
The Provincial Fair.
The prize lists for the provincial
fair at New Westminster are xe-
pecteil to be distributed the taut of
the month. That the managers
nre determined to leave nothing
undone is evinced by the large,
issue of prize lists of which there
will be 10,000. or the same number
that was issued for the Dominion
Fair last year. It is hoped that
Armstrong fanners and others
will bear the provincial fair in mind
ami be prepared to send down u
first class exhibit.
Double Train Service.
The double train service on the
main line of the C. P. R. begins
this season on May lith.,one month
earlier than usual. This is made
necessary by the amount of travel!
into British Columbia.
3fie Qrmstrong Pftarmacy,
R. R. Bums,     -        -       Druggist.
School Nominees.
A lively interest in school matters was shown by the number of
ratepayers of the municipality out
fu-the nomination moeting.for the
first election under the new Act
last Monday. The following persons were placed in nomination,
all of whom are interested ratepay- i
ers of the municipality and any;
five of whom will make a splendid j
personal on the new board: J. M.
Wright, F. C. Wolfenden, Joe Mc
Donald, Geo. Lynn, T. Mellish, W. ]
T.Marshall, E. J. Offerhans, A.
Schubert, W. Hiillnm.
Winters-Ferguson.
A quiet wedding occurred ut the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Ferguson Wednesday iifternon when
their daughter, Miss Jsnnie, and
Mr. Thos. Winters were joined in ■
matrimony. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. Campbell iu
the presence of only a few intimutei
friends. The young couple Willi
shortly take up housekeeping on j
tlie Steele ranch, near Hull Car.;
They are attended by the best|
wishes of their many friends.
Progressive Armstrong.
Apronos of the qiieatton ol energy In
pushing the iiitiTt'Klrt o! tlin Okiiiiiigiin,
Vernon hua boon so loug iinli-ep in tin-
mutti'i' ut ii full fair Unit Armstrong
seems tn have stolen a imiroh ii|«m ns,
und now nnnottnoesisn exhibition otul«
most prnvliKiiiil proportions— n fuir Pi
whioh it in expected ii liirijn niiiiiliiT of.
OOASt people wilt prolrolily hi. iittrmitiiil.
Armstrong la nothing it not prunri'Hnivo, 1
nnd Vernon iua>- "l<> worse thnn take n j
lesson from ln-r northern neighbor.- |
Vt'i-iiun Xews-    ,
Notice to the Public:
AGREEMENT.
WE. THE UNDERSIGNED MERCHANTS OF
the Town of Armstrong agree to close our respective
places of business and keep the SOlrie closed; and not
do or allow any business to be transacted from nny source
whatever during each and every Wednesday afternoon from
12:80 p.m. This to take effect from Wednesday. April IH.
1906, and continue in force during the following months of
May, Jnne, July and August. We further agree to close onr
places of business each evening at 7:00 o'clock except nights
preceding holidays nnd Saturday nights.
ARMITAGE & PAUL, C, T. DAYKIN.
WOOD, CARGILL C()., Ltd.        JOHN HAMILL.
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Ladies' Auxiliary.
A meeting of the Ladies' Guild
in connection with St. James'
church was held nt the residence
of Mrs. Henry Hawkins on Thursday, March 29th, to welcome the
new vicar's wife and diBcuss the
udvisibility of forming a branch
of the W. A. in place of the Guild.
Mrs.Poole stated the object of the
meeting and called on Mrs. King
to address the ladies. In response
Mrfc.King thanked the ladies for
the cordial welcome extended to
her and said she felt much more at
home in Armstrong than she had
thought it possible in so short u
time, and felt confident the ladies
would work most harmoniously to-
gather in a Guild or W. A., which
ever they decided upon. Being a
very enthusiastic member of the
W. A., Mrs. King then very forcibly laid before the meeting the
many advantages of the W. A„
among others being that it tends
to deepen the spirituality and
broaden the minds of the members.
The unanimous feeling of the
meeting was thnt a branch of the
W. A. be organized at once to be
known as the W. A. branch of St.
James' church, Armstrong. Consequently the election of officers
was proceeded with, resulting as
follows:--President, Mrs. King;
VicH-Pres., Mrs. Poole; Secretary,
Mrs. Morgan; Trims., Mrs, Jackson
Membership:
Mesdiunes Hawkins, Becker,
King, Wyiitt,Grny, Poole, Holmes.
Jackson, Smiley. Fletcher Struth-
enrn, Holtby, McCUntOck and
Morgan, and Miss Harding.
Meetings to be held on tlie second Thursday of each month at
the residence of the different members excepting the April meeting
which will be held on the third
Thursday April 19th, .Mr. King
being requested to hold a special
service in the church with address
and music appropriate to t h e
occasion. A meeting for business
will be held afterwards at the residence of Mrs. Morgan.
Membership fee was pluciil at
10 cents per month, payabl.i monthly or in advance as deemed expedient to the members. Members desiring to hand a donation to
the treasurer at the end of the
year are welcome to do so.
Meeting closed with the benediction.
A cordial invitation is extended
to all the ladies of St. James
church to attend the meetings.
Members formed themselves into a committee to see to the decor-
ating of the church for the Easter
services,
Piano for Sale.
$150 piano, used less than six
months, and in first-class condition.
Price $1S0 cash.   Inquire of
A. S. EuBOM.
For Sale.
A new, fifteen - jewel. 8- day
watch. Guaranteed a good time
keeper. The N-dny watch is the
latest novelty and will attract wide
attention.   Inquire at
This.Opficb,
Engineer.
A competent engineer of fifteen
years' experience requires situation in the Okanagan. Stationary
engine preferred.   Address
"Engineer," care The Advasi e.
Eggs for Hatching.
White    Leghorn    or   Golden
Wyandottes.   Per  Betting   of IS
eggs, 82.00,delivered .-it Armstrong.
Leave orders with Mrs. A. Slnry.
E. J. Wilson.
To Contractors.
Sealed Tjsndbbs will be received by the undersigned clerk of
the Municipality of Spallumobeen,
up to noon on Saturday, April 14.
11)01), for the erection of an Agricultural Hall to be erected according ro plans and specifications on
view at the postofflce,
L. VV. Patten, Clerk.
NOTICE!
To WATlill CONRTIMEBS:—
Street sprinkling rind lawn taps
can only be used up to 9 o'clock,
a. m,. between 1:1 o'clock noon and
2 o'clock, p. in., and from ii to 1(1
o'clock, p. in., daily.
Ill case of tire all taps shall bint oncBshul off, Users of water
whether inside or outside the town
limits will be governed   by  these
rules and infractions will be dealt
with as provided for by the bylaw.
Geo, .Mruk-AY.
•I. Ham11.1..
F, 0. Wolfenubn,
Water Commissioners.
Easter
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Goods
I    SEE OUR DISPLAY OP LATEST
EASTER GOODS
MAKE  TI1K  CHILDREN   HAPPY
WITH OUB
CANDY   TOTS
I A. SHARY. The Advance,      **»■**
At n meeting called by the min-
cvcrasr umiak.
Pvbllahor.
AT listers of town in the I.O.F. hall 1
Tuesday night for the purpose of!
matter of atBlint-
PUBLISHED  EVERY  FRIDAY
ARMSTRONG, li. t.'.
considering tin
I ing with the Women's Council of
Subscription 81.50 par year in advance. I th« Anti-Tiiberculosis Society  in
It not paid in advanoe $2.00.        i assisting toward the establishment
| in the province of a sanitorium it
AiiY.Tti-.ntn rates given on application. I was voted   that Revs. Campbell.
! Miller and King, and Drs. Van-
JOli PRINTING A SPECIALTY,   i kleek and Fraser be appointed a
• committee to act on behalf of the
Notices ot church services and entur-, tow|l of ArI11Btrong in  rendering
inserted tne.    Other noticee at ususl whateTOI «•«■».■•"» possible in the ,
rates.   Curds of thanks tl. ; present movement throughout the
—  _ province.   Rev. Campbell acted as
Tbe Advance in published in the inter-1 chairman and in n few remarks
eats of the town and district in whloh stated the seriousness of the need
it exists and i-orlliiilly solicits the
rename of tho public
; for some suitable place of accom- ■
 ____ i moilation for those so unfortunate!
S——— isn M t(l ^"' nffllcted with the disease.;
V Tlie best medical authorities  were;
EDITORIAL   NOTES.  J 'Wreed    that   tuberculosis   could \
tm he Btnni|>ed out ii proper  facilities
________-_=.„^____^=_= were provided for the nduiiuistru-1
UNSCRUPULOUS AGENTS,   tion of the open  air treatment.
The policy of some of the renl I Rev. King in a few well chosen re-1
FARMERS!
We' are now located in Armstrong nnd   open   for   business.
We have a few wants of which the followine are Borneo
WE WANT   every Farmer in thu  Municipality  to call at
our affice the first  time you ire in town.
WE WANT   to meet you personally.
WF WANT   a list of the farms you have for sale.
WE WANT   a list of everything for sale in the Municipality.
We WANT   every farmer who wisheB to sell to  give   as a
chance to dispose of your property and learn
howquiokly we con do it
WE WANT   you to come in and  have a chat.     We woald
like to explain onr method of doing   business;
B      0      B      B
Oflico in Francis Block
H. P. LEE,
Vernon.
Real Estate Agents,
A.S.ELS0M,
Armstrong.
marks cited the necessity of the |
moulding of public opinion to an'
extent that would assure the move- ■
incut for the erection and uinintc-1
nance of snnitoriums and spoke
strongly in favor of any assistance
that might be given towards the
movement now extending throughout the Dominion,
An Undesirable Experience.
The lire whist!
[ noon Inst Friday g
estate agents engaged in pushing
the sale of property in the southern
end of the valley in "knocking"
this portion of the valley is not
one, to say the least, to he commended and one that should be
heartily discouraged in the Okanagan. Some of the excursionists of
last week when asked why they
preferred the southern ond of the
valley, or why they did not so
much as investigate the northern
part of tlie Okanagan stated thnt
they hod been persistently informed that this part of the valley was.
so subject to summer frosts thnt! uionsescapef
fanning here was a failure, When
ashed as to the source of their information for suoh an opinion
they frankly admitted that they
had been told so by theagents that
hail them in tow. The record of |to° hot nnd explode
the district is sufficient refutation
of the falsi y of such malicious
reports and tiiose circulating them
should be accorded no confidence
by hale iding settlers. There is not
a real estate agent in  any  part of
the Okanagan that finds   it neces- aljve is certainly reuiarkabl
Bury to engage in any abuse of the  il wlls Mr- Holiday received
advantages of the lower portion of |burns about hotli hands whi
the Okanogan in order to mill the
lands of this portion of the valley
late election.     Tl
view at the postoffice
AGRICULTURAL   HALL.
As will be seen by reference to
our advertising columns, tenders
are now being called for the erection of the new Agricultural Hail,
authorized by the electors at the
plans are on
and a reference to them is sufficient to convince one of the nature of Unbuilding proposed to be erected.
The dimensions are to be I0;:(!()
feet, with Hi foot posts, that is of
the main hall. In ndditton to this
there is an extension of 05x180
feet, proposed to bo used as a curling and skating rink. The new
building in its imposing position
at the entrance of the recreation
grounds cannot but become a handsome addition to the town, as well
shortly after;
gave the alarm of
Kit proved to be- an almost mirac-
'hos. Holiday and
F. J. Bird. While engaged in blast-!
ing stumps on the former's place
in Eastview seventeen sticks of
stumping powder which was beinfi
thawed out on the stove became
I. Besides the
seventeen sticks of powder there,
was a box of Si caps nearby, which
also went off. The explosion thnt
followed can better be imagined
than described and that the two
men got out of the small house
. As
severe
A will
render him unlit for work for some I
time, while his face was more or
less burned, his companion escaping almost; without injury although
holding the first stick of powder to
go off. The inteus.i volume of
smoke that soon issued from the
building caused the sounding of
the alarm and a crowd of citizens
soon extinguished tlie tire. |
Foot Ball Club.
A meeting was called iu the
I. 0, F. hall Tuesday evening for;
the purpose of organizing n footi
ball club for the present season.;
After brief discussion it was re-,
solved to organize, the election of]
officers resulting as follows: Hon.
President, (ico, Heggie: President,
T. C, (iruy; Secretary-Treasurer, i
Fitgeue Rhinn; Manager, JnB.Reidi
Executive. W. T. Holtby. W. Mur-
MILLINERY
Our Trimmed &
Ready to Wear
HmaS
Now Ready
5fie latest StyCe in VeiCtngs
Stterytfting Heat in £aces t5s ftecfiwecir
"Land of the BIG RED
 APPLE"
HAVE YOU
Confidence in the growth and
future of Armstrong?
If so, make nioney on your Confidence by securing right
now a few lots in the new
Fairview Addition
These lots nre offered below their real value, they are
exceptionally well located, and have splendid drainage. The
soil is the best adapted for fruit and ganlening of any addition that has yet been opened up. We are UBsured by Councillor Murray that a good street will be opened up to FAIR-
VIEW within the next month.
WE PREDICT THAT THESE LOTS WILL DOUBLE
IN VALUE WITHIN THE NEXT YEAR.
|M>" Watch and see if our predictions are correct.
.FISHER & SAGE.
Money to
Loan.
KNIGHT^ Co.
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Wholesale and Retail
Tfts best steaks and roasfs a specialty.
Fish antf game in season.
Live Stock bought at top price.
MAIL   ORDERS
receive   most   particular attention.
MRS. W. S. FISHER
[ G. MOBERLY...
^CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
All Kinds  of Carpenter WorK  at    reasonable
Prices
sash, Doers, Mouldings m Glass.
Turning, Band Sawing, Picture FRAMING*        |
S^PlruiH und Specif, (fatten b Prejiarod.    %
,r.r.r-r..-i'jJf.f. m*
vTvTWTWIll
Bank of Montreal
Head Office: Montreal
CAPITAL, all paid up $14,000,000. Rest. S.10.000.000
Balance .Profit and Loss account. S87B.9b'8,
na anal Mount Royal,
PRESIDENT, Right Hon.  Lord Ilnlhcona
VICE-PRESIDENT, Sir Geo. A. Drummond, K.C.M.C.
*A*aS
nsu valuable asset to the imiuici-1rny'*'• & Wolfondon, J.M.Wright,
prility and of especial value to tho T-K, Smith, Jas.Leverington, A.J
Agricultural Society in Iho proper E. Morgan, F. T. Cornwall, J, M,
display of tho numerous exhibits ''aul- •'• Hamill. A full complete be shown at onr coming fall fair. mont ot' pnmphminlla and uniforms
The amount voted for the con- is Ul be purchased nnd the boys
struction of the building is 88000 '"'tively interested in the game
and it is estimated that the plans promise n goal team for the com-
adopted will require the f u 11 »'K summer. Tho colors are to bo
amount. The building will not be Wm. and while.
the ordinary shed-style of ngrionl. I
tiirnl hall, but neatly finished after'
modern patterns.
NORTHWEST'S   HARVEST
Not since \'.H)2 has the prairie
provinces witnessed an iinmlgm-
t on ei-runl to that of the present
spring, and Canada is now filling
np at a remarkable rate. In Calgary, the gateway city for a  large!
portion of the Albortaimmigration, ')i""' wi" be in attendance and
liotel accommodation is almost, un- -3 hoped will present a credltu
obtainable, The merchants are appenranoe on behalf of the town
reaping a rich harvest oft' the large] -And, speaking of the band, tin
influx of settlers. One who has season has arrived again when th
just passed through advises us bond will require some assistance
that the merchants have placed -i1 both in u financial way and in moral
special price on all goods for the encouragement from the residents
benefit of the new coiners, who are °' *'IH town. We trust the citizens
nowreqnirnd to pay u large per *i" no»overlook the inyportance of
oontiige over that of the local buy. I the band and assist the boys in
era for all kin In of needed sup. [overy way during the coining sea-
plio3. I sou.
] OH von sag~
!    JJNOIRIM?
| OR MATTING?
] Spring'...
i Housecleaning'
\ Finds us prepared with
Branches in all the principal cities and towns in Canada.    Also in
the following cities:   London. Eng.; 22. Abchurcn   Lane.   E.G.
New York,.J9 Wall Street: Chicago, 188 La Salle Street : Spokane,
Wash, i St. John's Newfoundland.
Bankers and Correspondents : Liverpool. Bank of Liverpool.   Scotland, British Linen Go's. Bank and Branches.
A general banking business transacted. Drafts sold available at
all points in the United States. Europe and Canada, including Atlin
and Dawson City.
SAVING'S BANK DEPARTMENT.
Deposits received from tl upwards nnd Interest allowed nt current rales,
interest entered 30th June, unit :!lst December
Wltbdrawala   on   demand   without   delay.
Ranchers nnd country business uiv™ special attention.   Municipal nnd sohoal
j district aucounts receiyod on nworiilile terms.   Special tittentiou gi'ven to'the
handling el niiinicipii] nnd other debentures.
BANKING BY MAIL.
Deposits may be made anil withdrawn by mull.    Out-of-town accounts receive
i    OKANAGAN DISTRICTS fcfcM?*?/.?*'
CMOCKBr,
\ AKMtTROHO C. 4. Taylor, Sub. Agent. KCl.OWMA
| f. t. V.lntcCllntook, tub. Agent. P. OuKonlln, Sub. Agent.
all the requisites to make
the home oleasant	
FULL LINE UNDERTAKING GOODS AND SIWIIB.
Interior Band Meet.
The officers of the Armstrong
bauil attended n montlngof the officers of the Interior Hand Association at Vernon Tuesday evening,
Tho first band meet under ihc direction of the association was arranged to be held at Revelstroko
on Labor Day.     The Armstrong
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iHtPHERsoN a mm,
■**" Contractors and Builders.
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Bakery, con.eeiioi.erii
sssssssbbsbBssssssIsHMsssssbsssssHssssss^^
All kinds of Candies, Cigars,
etc.   Fruit in Season.
Fancy Pastry.
We are prepared to receive orders in  this line for one of the
BEST BAKERS IN THE INTERIOR,
A. SHARY,
NenrO. IV
l.)'-put.
II.
Spring Harness .
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1 haVelJust received my now stock
and can supply you with anything
you need for Spring  Work.
11 Armsfroiig M£AT JHA|||f[T.
Wholesale & 8etali=^=
C. L. CHRISTIAN,
The - Armstrong - Harness - Store.
Patronize Our fltfwrtuers and Save moaey.
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All kinds of Fresh and Cure
Pish and Fowl
Me.is always
m si asou
BestPrices for Fat StocK and Fomiry.
Mail Orders a Specialty,
Geo. Murray,
Poultry Wanted
Prop. V*
School election tomorrow.
Vance Young   has   carried
- past
| cuts in Alberta
his
hand in a sliue; the past few days ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ns the result of iui accident with a     The days nre growing perceptibly
cross cut saw. '; ' .     • (longer, and one is now'reminded
We have heard several enquiries &at'th'e >'K summer evenings
for men the plist week,    Idle men
appear to bo decidedly at a pf,--iiii-
H. Snider returned from n visit
to the lower end of the valley Saturday.
The damaged portion of tin-
Wallace residence by the recent
tire has been rebuilt. •
Mrs. Arnold Shary is Brjendingi    ^dHeatlicOatolinstakcuuphis
short time on a visit to le" ™k I residehoe in his new house on his
r
rSssKSifficnsB
Our Stylish
^
i on a visit to  her par-
j will soon be upon us again.
The Bpring rains of  the
11 in this-time of tlie year.
W. C. Phillip's and f a in i I y.
friends of tin- Thomas family,arrived from England, Saturday, ami
expect to take up their residence
here.
Postmaster Wright has taken an
assistant, in the office in the person
of MisB Batho, thus relieving him-
s -If of a portion of his labors iiimmi
the daily arrival of the mails,
K. I,. Lucas made his lirst. trip
list of.
the week have given a greai impetus to the now o,tuss and already
Mother Earth in this section is
taking on her mantle of green.
Who wouldn't live in tho Okanagan after experiencing just one
opening of spring':1 If it's not the
ideal it is the nearest approach to
perfect weather that can be found.
K. R. (clover having concluded
to ohonge somewhat the plans for
his new residence, the contract was
as carrier of His Majesty's  mails! not let last Saturday as expected,
on Tuesday.   He iB well fitted ont I Mr- Glover is now on a trip to the
with a   hi nn I  team  ami   rig, nnd
should meet   with   success in his
new duties.
j coast where he will have a new set
of plans prepared.
^^^^^ Fairview suburb is now a reality
Seeding is   in   order.     Spring and already finding buyers.    This
Wheat   n n il   potable   seeding   itt [ i» the 0, 11. Hardy property south
claiming the attention of the far-of the flour mill, which will, Boon
mere these clays, for which  the| ne connected with the town proper
weather and the condition of   the
soil are ideal.
Another dance is on the tapis.
by the opening up of Patersou avenue and TroiiBon street.
The Armstrong saw mill
On Easter Moiulay evening, April i been running nights during
Kith, the Armstrong Orchestra will | past two weeks, not simply to
give a grand ball in the I. 0. F.
hall, to which the public are
cordially invited.
A. E. Maundrell has been awarded the contract for hauling cream
to the Okanagan creamery for the
coming year. The route this year
will be considerably longer and the
amount of cream to be gathered
very much larger thnn in former
years.
The latest new arrival from Alberta is W. Akit, Morningside.
Mr. Akit was here two months ago
and purchased two of the 10 acre
tracts of the Jackson-Morgan holding, and last Friday arrived with a
carload of etfecte to take up his
resilience here.
E. 8. V. McClintock and little
son left Saturday for Toronto to
be absent some two months. Mrs.
McClintock and the other children
are spending their vocation with
her sister, Mrs. J. T. Bardolph,
Vernon. During the absence of
Manager McClintock, H. .1. Collas
of Vernon, iB assisting at the local
branch of the Bank of Montreal.
Arthur Wheeler, well known to
ninny of the old timers as having
been closely identified with the
early development of Armstrong in
the capacity of architect and real
estate agent, passed'down the line
Wednesday.   He is now represent
has
the
get
Strawberry Plants.
A large num ber of Clyot, M agoon,
W. Belt and Henry Btrawberry
plants for sale, @ $6 (X) per 1000, or
70cte,perl00.   Apply
E. Winkler,
Armstrong.
For Sale Cheap.
1 Mellotte cream separator, good
as new.   Apply to
4t>-tf Mark Hill.
the benefit of their new electric
lighting plant, but to fill a number
of rush orders received, the planing and matching being done by
the night shift.
Armstrong once more has a representative of the legal fraternity,
and if general appearances and
reputation are to be relied upon, a
solicitor of no mean ability. F.
Temple Cornwall, son >of Judge
Cornwall, of Victoria, arrived laBt
Friday and may now be found in
the Wood Cargill block.
Jasper N. Hughes, the recent
purchaser of the Norris farm, near
the creamery, is now residing on
the same, having arrived on Tues.
day with his family and effects
consisting of two cars. Included
in Mr. Hughes' personal property
are fonrteen head of cows and heif.
ers, and it is his intention to go in
largely for dairying.
The UBiial sprisg activity is noted on every hand tfiyse days,   Not
only the farmers but the towns-, ,    „ . „ n     i
people appear to find plenty with % f"ll,lon "VCT ^   Me3Srs' \ C°mv™y M "^
which to busy their hands with the   3ml ,Bro8' W1" "fr* even, more' '' "■
return of each  succeeding spring1 '"^ than ever n. the gardening
time     There nre -i   f"-   «t-~2l business this season, so that   after i
about town, however    ,.„	
they will  be closely   confined to
their fine property near the creamery.
farm south of the town  .
Two young men in the employ
of the 0. P, K.'Were in town Tuesday collecting 3ata for a map of
the town.       ■     ' '
1 A. Emond left Monday Tor t h e
Fortune ranch, wlK-rj- he is ettgag-
ed iu extensive buildings of new.;
barns and other outbuildings!
We regret to note that Mrs. W.:
Gregory is in poor health these,
days, her condition being such 081
to require medical attendance.
This issue is somewhat delayed
in its appearance through the necessity of repairs to the water main
which unfortunately curtailed our
power on press day.
Councillor Murray haB done the
town a charitable act the past week
by having a number of neglected
sin nips taken out of some of the
public thoroughfares about town.
The Hawkins meat market last
Monday passed into the hands of
the new purchasers, Messrs.
Knight & Co. Chas. Houser is
the local manager in charge of the
shop here.
R. Bowel 1, of the Knob Hill
Lime Works, has just completed
the burning of his first large kiln
for this season and is aow prepared
to supply the well known Okanagan quality of lime.
"One of the most picturesque
and neatest towns in the luterior"
was a compliment paid to Armstrong by a late arrival, who has
traveled over the province as well
as largely in other lands.
The most of the Winnipeggers
who visited Penticton last week on
a special excursion purchased land
in the district, As high as $150
sn acre for bush land was paid and
some of the buyers seem elated
with their purchases.
J. R. Linton, who has recently
completed his contract for taking
out ties on the Christian properties
has now established a camp on
Salmon river, near   Glenemma. I    Stumping Powder.
where be will have a crew of men j    Members of the Farmers' Insti
at work all summer.   The ties will ■ tnte w;n' piease take notice thut
be driven down the river. they cnn obtain stumping powder
John B. Bird spent a few days of through the Institute nt $6.0ri per
the past week visiting friends in j case of 50 pounds.    Cash   to   no-
\New spring Good
Are being very much anmir-
ed.    The ladies declare they
are irristible.    Added to this
they are priced moderately as
is our usual policy They cover a wide range both in stock
and price. In fact there is in
our collection something suitable to every age, figure and
purse. We shall be happy to
show them.
Come in and make your
selections early.
I
B
«*£
^John Hamill,SKESt]
For Sale.
One fresh milch cow; good milk
er; six years old. Apply at Advance
office, or to
W. H. Norman.
Cggs for Hatching.
Single combed White Leghorns.
Pure bred. Setting of thirteen
$1.60. Leave orders at C. T. Day-
kin's store.
W. Winked.
Apply
B. Birii, Sec.
Official Directory
Railway Time Table
(SHUKWAP  &.  OlCANAllAN  K*ILWAY)
Arrives from North daily oxospt
Sunday  0:35 a. m.
Arrives from South daily execjit
Sunday  ;j:2T> p. m.
9:.T0a m
330 p. ru.
" IB p. ni.
MUNICIPAL (JODNU1L.
Reeve—A. Schubert.
Clerk and assessor—L. W. Fatten,
Treasurer and collector—J. M. Wright.
Councillors—
Geo. Murray, W, Hallam,   J.
Hartwell, K. B. Main.
Postofllce
Mail Arrives—
North daily exoopt Sunday
South    "
'    Mail Lbavbs—
I North daily exuept Sunday
j South     "      " a.45 a. en.
j Glenemma and Falkland every
Monday .":C0 p. ru.
Bpallumchesn and Hu IJ Car in
Mondays 5:0C p. m.
Fridays 9-';C a. m
.1. M. WRIGHT. Posrtna.«>r.
M
Churches
ETHODIST CHURCH.
Divine Service will beheld every Sunday as follows: Armstrong, 11 a.m.;
Knob Hill, 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 Church, Armstrong, at
730 p.m. every Sunday.—Kev. D. Campbell, Pastor.
rjHURCH OP ENGLAND
St. James' Church.   Morning Prayer
and Holy Oonniiunion at 11 a. m. and
Evening Prayer and Sermon at 7:30 p.m.
every Sunday.   Sunday school at 2:30
H J Kino, Vicar
Armstrong: Martlets
The following prices nre b>ir.g
paid for produce by the Armstrong
Farmers' Exchange:
Potatoes, per ton   -
Carrots,
ParsnipB     "
Beets
Turnips      "
Cabbage     "
Hay   —
Apples, per 40 lb.   -
Pears
Celery, per 60 lb.   .
Poultry, per doz.
Eggs      -     "
Butter, per lb.
t2- (JO
20.ee
3O.00
:toi)0
HU)
60.00
12S0
100
Him
:J..00
7.00
■ V
the
bear a little more attention
way of cleaning.
Work hns lately been resumed j
on the water system cf the Morgan'
Jackson    fruit    and
Cottage for Sale.
f„„. „i„„,„i uimiui'BB hub Hiiiiaoii. bo nun.   mien      , , »    ,  , , ,,
few places,. .. ,., ,    A neat and comfortable cottage
<i„,t «v™i.r"1G seeding season   fairly opens:     , .   .. , 1  •     i   •
that woulil •,,  ?      i     , r.    ;  .    and half acre of ground  in desir-
R'
OMAN   CATHOLIC.
I »i»vivBUii        HUH
ing the B.C.  Miners   Exchange. trncts( whi(ih vaB beai]n  ,nBt fnlj,
and is m the vnlley for the purpose; A ,,„,.,„„,] of wood pipe „, ree(!iv.
of securing information concerning I „(] fof this 1JnrU0Bf, ,nBt wwk
some of the mines of this mid  the; parity of these tracts is plainly       .-...„,
Siniilk.-iincen vn evs. !  .        u   „     i i n parts ot the Okiiiiiigiin.imil nrrivei
a»uma.mm.i.M        yo. shown by the  large   number sold r °
Mark Hill.is engaged this week i since they were platted a year ago,
in setting out treeB on his fine! and once the water system is com-
farm just south of town. 2600 arc; pleted they will not long be on the
now being set out in addition to | market.
nble location in Enstview.   All the
ground is  planted  to fruit trees,
, shrubbery und garden plants.   For
treo. Maundrell, until lately en- j p(l;.ticll|unt il!(inire ttt) or (uklres6
"Box H.," the Advance
• 1 .T-'l i8"8e^ '" "'" butcher  business  in
ri.&iiieniiai |  ,      ,       „ „T. mba
the city ot Winnipeg, is now u res- . - _   .. 	
ident of Armstrong.     Mr. Maun- Grand  Ball.
The I''"'" hflS for 8°"11'tiuU! lle,(1 1Jrol)"     A H"""' b"" "n,'"r tne auspices
'erty interests  in   this  and   other 0f the Armstrong orchestra will be
Holy Mass in I. O. F. Hall, Armstrong,
Third Sunday in each moth at 10 o'clock
1-VriiKK Dohval.
Professional
JAS. MURPHY,
Barrister and Solicitor,
WOOD, OABGltL BLOCK.
w
held in the I.O.F. hall on the even-
lust Friday with   his  family and fog of April Kith,, Faster Monday,
effects to take up actual residence. Tickets SI,(HI, Indies free.    Supper          ^^^
They are nt present residing in A. will be provided by Airs. Shary  at j ATMSTRONU,
E. Sage's house on Wood avenue, the usual charge.   A cordial iuvi	
P. FRASER. U. M. I)
DENTIST.
Wood Cargill Block.
Cilice Hours: 0:3010 12 and 1:30 toO
-   -   B.C.
about nn I'lpuil number planted
last season. It is not ditlicult to
look into the future and see the
revenue .Mr. Hill will realize from
his orchard within a few years.
when all his youiu/ trees come into  the sp.'endid state of bearing | are a sufliciently large number of
Norman bition to the public.
CoMMITTBB.
Lacrosse, football and base ball     VV- H- Bnre11 "iul K
clubs are now organized in Arm- I(,[t "" Monday   for  Saskatoon   	
strong, so that iu sports the town Snsk,. where they will put iu the Notice I
is to  be   prominently   identilied »»»"'''''■ Mr- «««« »'»« '»«/lire,.     tmmswer.to tbe folsehooils eir- .,,„-   vl„,
with the other towns of the valley horses anil expects to spend t ll e culutt.-fl iu town  by unscrupulous| P. N, DAI
luring the coming season,   There """inier breaking  prairie, while persons to the effect thnt Mr. Lap.
"   '    xpects to look around and worth has been charging too high
Ernie
Fraternal Societies.
LO, L., No. 1*07.. meets in the
•    I.O.I-'. l/idgt. Rootjl, tin- m-i-onil
Saturday evening of eiu-li month at. H
Visiting brettfren oordlally Invited
NIKI.B.    A. BOHUBEBT,
Secretary. W..M.
tiiat Ins oldur trees uro now In. you„g ^ ,n the colmmllli, to take advantaire of Bome of the cheap for his hoiisepainting he beg. % 0^,t,%ttts-K^
He him a beautifully situated cite provi(,0 X tcmllB in (,(u.,, JA if land available there. Before lev- *** "! "" «" fc •"• Mt'mtt*f ! trong, Z ihin°^""™i£W*
foHiis^.sivefriiitgrowinganiUtliosiiw^oreve.ii, .^^'^^^11  purchased one of    »1tf^
i..      .,   .     . ..... .....   r «^     .. — ,ur   n,   if/,r judv
Visiting brethren
it is destined to   become a credit
nble attraction to the district.
A brand new son arrived to
gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs
B. Francis last Saturday morning.
Mr. Francis, however, has been so
busy during the past week supplying the farmers of the district with
their spring needs in the implement line that he has scarcely hud
time to become acquainted with
tln< new arrival, farther thnn to
lenm that he is possessed of the
name good nntnre as his "dad". We
ure. pleased to note that both the
interest they should there is no
reason why Armstrong' should" not ilot8' «P°» whioh he **l*ct» to ff"!-1!"1, %^7^\
make a good showing in the three jb^ « "is return iu the fall Kdfer than he has
I W. T. HOLTBY,
Preceptor
E, BENNETT,
Registrar.
seosonnble sports
Peter Pickering, nn erstwhile
resident of the Spallumcheen, now
of Fairview,pa8sed through enroute
from a trio to Alberta Wednesday.
He reports that last Sunday was a
most disagreeable day in the North*
west, a veritable blizzard raging
during the day, with the mercury
several degress below aero. On
the same day we, of the Okanagan,
ware   walking  around   with onr
... .,,1.,... „..,i  «™ «_ „™. • wives  one babies, with parasols
mother and  son are progressing lutiltt^iti totoT^yaant of a
favowWy, pleasant spring day.
the Fairviiiw addition   residential eastern  houses.    (The   rntes are
Canadian Painter's 	
higfier than he bas^et^C™^
Meets every Thursday evening in the
Donald Oruham, ex-M. P. P., is and are paid in every town in B. C,
now engaged in an extensive water from Vancouver to  the  Rockies,
works system for the supply of his wi'h tht? «*<*P*i°» « Armstrong
,,   '        , .. -... In painting Mrs. Crozier s  ami
excellent ranch south of the town, Mr HTimill's houses he was ont
The water is being taken from $25, and had only $10 for his work
Mieghan ereek, from which a sum- on Mr. Burns' house.
cient drop will be obtained to in.! Witn r««Hr'-to pnperhartging he
sure pre— fora.p.endid sy.ten,: £J^tffi« llT*\Z
as well as an abnndance of water chargwl here or eleewhene is B. C.
for all requirements. The cost of As tbe painting season hns
th* system will amount to ronsi I- started Mr. Lnpworth thinks it
erably oyer 11000 but will make of | )»•* •» ^v* nt the start tim «lo-
the present fine farm one •rfthe|l!SJ^1J^J^ * on-
noflfc flonvenimit nttft productive in!
this part of the valley. J
ecrnpuloiw tinLuirim.
A.J. Ijv.rwoRTn.
Leading   Business    Firms.
Tbe Advance commends the following
business firms ol Armstrong to the people of tbe surrounding district* Tt^-ir
announcements mtiy be seen in cur advertising column:
Armitnge. ,\. K.. Gents furnishing
Ashn. SH) Jeweler, Vernon.
Burns, K. K.. Drnggiat
Blanchnrd, A., Dreasmsker
Hank of Montreal. Bankers.
Christian. J V.\ Cream separators
Christian. C. L., Barness ar.d Sad
dlery
Daniels. F. N.. Incubators ar.d ?lur:.b-
ing
Daykin. C. T.. General Merchant
Fisher «fc Sage. Real Estate
Farncis, 1... Implements
Ham ill i John, General .Merchant
Hawkin's Urns.. Butchers
Henry. M ,!. Nursery, Vancouver.
Lapworth, A. J,, Painter
Moberly, (I,. Carpenter
MePherson £ Holtby, Furniture and
Undertaking
McDonald, .J., Hardware
-Murray. Geo., Meal Market
Okanagan Flour .Mill. Flour, etc.
Ratledge, A. N.. Barber
Shary. A., Baker and Confectionery.
Blmington, J., Contractnrand Builder
Teward. Jos.. Plasterer, etc,
Wood, Cargill Co., General merohanui
Jas. TEWARD
Stone Mason.
Brick Layer,
Plasterer.
4*0*1
odd Fellows' Hail, o\tr WixkI! t'uryiii'       1 am prepared to all kines of
ftCo,«.8toro,Bt8o,Bi«;k,   SpidiirslhiIwork inthese'lines and trasjantee
brethn-n nro cordmlly Invlttnl to attend. '„„,:,..„,,,• , buiuwikw
W. .1. SMITH. N.G. ■"««*«"tl'"i
H. HAWKINS, V.«.
H. FRANCIS, Kw. Sec.      „ o        ■ ,.   .
I KKaiDiwnKi Sprlnghilh 1-i.lf mile north
ot Armstrong.
satisfaction. :__„„„„_
1« VEARS EXPEB1EM0E.
COURT ARMSTRONG, No.
■mso.        i. o. r.
Meetings nt their hull Inut Hatunlu; in
•Khnuintti. ViHitinghn-IJaRncunliall)'
invited.   M. HnwhinR, K.B.
Orders muy b« ltd with C. Aiidiw.n.
Wanted.
Girl to iin l-Kht housework  n::d
      to assist With children; ijood wages
Order of Caniidiiui Hum*^Chnlts, meets | tii competent prasbn,   Apply  im-
tnfdiately to
A. A. H.-The Advance.
ARMSTRONG Circle, No. 872.
HOME   CIRCLE.
. hull,
in the I.O.F
month,
Mm. FKAHI'IK, Heomtury
»t. Mi-mlu) in
F. N. nANIKUjirailer. Improved Lake Service. LOCOlS TNI GCf BUSK.CS8 WatCil 9iM JCWClPlJ
The ('. P. R. is HOW   iictivly  en- ——-
RUged in their work of adding to The Auvaxie and the Winnipeg
the facilities for better tmnspor. Free Bwss one year for only 11.75.
tation accommodation on Okana- GARDEN TOOLS- A GOOD
ganlake    During the p.ist week line of hoes, rakes, spadeB,  etc
several carloads of  heavy  timber  Don't overlook them
Armstrong Jc Leverlngton.
The ADVANCE and Free Press for
a year for $1.75,
have ^one down the line, together
with a largo crew of workmen and
a pile driver.   New docks are be-
ing constructed at the principal
Work     liny a lot and build a house of
I t0 your own in Fairview.    Save your
.ov„l rent and make money on the rise
in values.
Repairing
lake
Leave your Orders with	
R. R. BURNS,
Agent for
S.  R.  ASHE,
Jeweler, Vernon.
r
landing places on tin1
on the new steamer is expected.
begin soon.    With the Impro
service which the t\ P. 11. now
proposes to inaugurate, a trip}
through the Okanagan from One
end to the other during the. sum-1
iner months will provide one of the
pleasantcst rail and boat trips to
I.,, enjoyed at any point in the
province.
Fruits Grades Recommended.
'I'll.. Dominion Frail ti rowers
Association convention at Ottawa
closed last week. Among the busi-
ness transacted was a reeoiuineiidii-
tion that tho Dominion Fruit .Mark
Act be amended to provide for tlle
creatingof grades of fruit as follows:
Fancy No. I. No. 2 nnd No, 3
Fancy will include only well grown
specimens of one variety, sound, of
uniform size and color and normal
shape.
No. 1 will inolnde none but well
grown  specimens  of one  variety.
line of bird cages ,   ^~ -   jj.iar,
a are
addi.
Fisher & Snge.
CHICKEN WIRE NETTING
ail sizes: A
in stock.
Have you seen the lots w
selling in the new Fairview
tion.    They are great value.
Fisher A 8ago.
Armstrong & Leverlngton,
1'elly & Telly are Belling the late
Larkin estate lots, now owned by
Marshall LuCllB the most desirable lots in town.
(iet prices on iron pipe, pipe tit-
tings. All kinds of plumbing
done to order on short notice.  Tin
'fc
Armstrong
Barber
...Shop
and Billiard Hall.
The smoothest shaves, the neatest
haircuts and the cleanest
shampoos.
Shave Loo.    Haircut 25o,
A. N. RATLEDGE, , Proprietor
Keep Posted
On Matters That Interest You
Your local paper is a necessity !
to you, financially and socially.
But a NEWSPAPER OF OEN-
and sheet iron work done to order. ERAL CIRCULATION,  contain-
Armstrong k Leverington's.     »ng the latest news of the world,
Have yon seen those knife nnd
scissor sharpeners at Armstrong it
Leverington's hardware store?
NAILS. BUILDING PAPER,
sound, of  not  less  than  medium  carpenter's  tools,  building   hard-
re. all kinds    the right place.
Armstrong i& .Leverington.
Tlie New Improved Low Down
ami
size and good color,   normal shnp>
and not less than 90 per  cent  Eru
from scabs, wormholes bruises a
otherdefeots and properly packed.
No. 2 will confine to medium
size for variety, net less than 80
per cent free from wormholes and
ench other defects as cause material waste and properly packed.
Armstrong School Report.
The following is the standing of tho
pupils of the Armstrong school for the
month ef March: lirst thn-e names in
-each class given in order of merit: I
Registered to date, 155.   No. in ut-!
tendance, 188.   Average attendance, 12.1
HiMli Sohool:-E. Prlngle, E. Marshall, S. .Miithc-son.
Entranoo Class: Boatrioe Hamill,
Henj. Itiirry, Steele Fisher.
Fourth class Raymond Sohnolder,
Both Wright, Christina Patohett.
Sr Third class—Zelto Leverlngton,
Everett Mi-lntyn-. Ernest King
Jr Third class Mary Williamson, Cecelia Watson unit Nettie Sohneider
.(equal), Bertha Williamson
Second class Frank Hassard, Violet
Hamill, Chnrlio Shary
II. Sr. 11 Ik Arnold Francis, Laura
MoQie, Prudence Becker.
[, Jr. 4th:—Earnest Simington, Har
old Murray, Willie McDonald,
2nd Render: Hurry lliitho, Grover
Burnett, Earl Lunisdon.
1st Header: Alta Hassard, Verna
JUurrny. Olive Levur.
2nd Primer:   George Campbell, Doris
Moberly, .laities Needham.
1st Primer:- Gladys Hardy,   Winifred I
Wright. Thelmn Kelly.
E. Wilson, Principal.      !
ABE V01 GO NO TO BUILD?
If so. it will pay you to see me,
-Estimates given.-
Islington
U. S. Crenui Separator, capacity
450 pounds'per hour.     Priou sill).
Armst-ong & Li-verington.
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES
and  (.'hurdle's Alabnstii.e  in   all
j shades,  paint brushes,  kalsomine
brushes.    A good place to deal.
Armstrong it Leverington's.
is equally necessary to you. The
"up to date man" will provide
himself with the3c two essential
features of progress.
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very latest new3 of the world, its
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politics, commerce, agriculture,
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local happening3 in the states cf
Montana, Oregon, Idaho, Washington and the province of British
Columbia. In addition, it", columns for women, its popular;
science articles, its short and continued stories, its "Answo.-s to
Correspondents" and "Puzzle
Problems"  combine to  form  a
a THE BEE HIVE STORE
* House Cleaning Time
Spring House Cleaning ie again at
hand with it attendant desire in the
mind of the housewife to make her
home more attractive.     We have an
exceptionally fine line of
House Cleaning
AMs
and as a special inducement for one
week will sell as follows:
RUGS & CARPET SQUARES 20 per Cent DlS't
ALSO COLORED TABLE COVERS & CURTAINS
Linoleums J^Vli
Sprayers' attention !   Good
barrels at Armstrong &  Levering-
toil's hardware store, Armstrong
B.C.	
Seeding
Time
|. home newspaper that at $1.00 per
year can nowhere be excelled.
ITS  ADVKKTISINO   VALUE.
1     Perhaps   ynu   have   nomnthlnff   to   nell—a1
j farm,   a   team,   farm   machinery.   You   may
I Wlah   to   buy   nn tne thing.   The   ticst   possible |
way to communicate with people who wish
to  buy  nr  sell   la  by  Insertlne;  a  small  ad- |
vprtlsement   In  Tho  Spokosman-Revlew. i
Farmers, Ktnpltmen,  lumbermen anil mln- I
era take the TVV1CE-A-WEEK. ■
If you wish to reach business men am!
neweomers, una the DAILY or SUNDAY
SPOKESMAN-REVIEW. I
THE TWICB-A-WEEK HATES ARE       I
Ten  centH per line tach Insertion.   Count
six words to a line.
THE   DAILY   AND   SUNDAY   RATE   POR i
CONHECirTlVE    INSERTIONS.
Tlie Greatest Harpies Ever oiiered fa Armstrong.
Be sure to bring your BUTTER AND EGGS to thoBEE HIVE STORE",
C.   T.  DAYKIN.
II
lid W'
■ have just what
in Ni
Farm
Machinery
hut   y..n  want 18 WordS ;'
24 Words His
time..
11 men   .
times  .
Strayed
From my place. 1 yearling heifer,
red with white spots, marked with
notch above and below on right enr,
and below on left ear: also one 3-
;1 steer, same murks.
.Tons Christian.
year-old
at Lowest Prices in tho Valley.
-^_B. FRANCIS.
J. H. warren
^ PIANO TUNER
GrtfwHe Niics-Bryaii school...
I inn now prepared to receive
orders for piano tuning and
guarantee batispactohv work
at SEASONABLE I'lllCES.
Address me at....
ARMSTRONG, B. 0,
THE   SUNDAY   ALONE
Ten oenta per line each Insertion.  Cuimi
kIx  words  to  n  line.
ADDHES3
THX   rJPOKK8.llAN-REVIEW,
IS|iokiine, WunIi.
Write your ntlv, plainly, enclofilnit ntnnun
ntumpM   or   ni'iiiey   oitbr   fur   number   ol
insertions   ditrflrcil,   and   state   whetliei
wish   adv.    ln.ii i ted   |u   Daily,   Sunday     or
Twice-a-Week.
you
5523
\m
m
Fa Nm
DANIELS
A SON
GENERAL BLACKSMITHS.
l MES.M
FOR SALE.
;.'•.«
"DOOR-STEP FLOWERS''
There uro two lirwt QltlSHtl or oat-ilour flower-
inir iilnntJ: tho ANNL'ALS Which are Browp
ri-iini (teeil uaeh season, and the HAHDY 11EK
UAUKl'l'rJ plants which live from year to yeur.
We are Iftrgfl growers anil t'i> lieu torn of but).
cJiimwm—UN yearn iipilloiwe—Wld we offer all
the bent HAltDY vurliitk'n. Homl for onr 1WB
HHKD CATAl.tHi. wlik-li Ini-lmli-s also TBBTKl)
VKUKTAH1.K N.;i,l>. Heint-mlier we are tho
UlVeit trrowern of STltiCTLY HAHUY fruit
unilii'-nmiieiital trees ami I'lants In tin- I'nlC-il
Hlules. Ksitthllfhi'illKKt. IMiKI A.-rt-s.! irr. FKEK
UATALOUB. tVltellahle Atfctits Wuntetl.
l Ihe Jewell NiwiIm. Bai 51     like Clly, Hies. J
CONTRACTOR
& BUILDER.
Shop nent Francis'
wan Paper..
I have
range of...
mi hiiiid a complete
Columbian   College
Provides board and tuition for both
Ladies and (icmtleineii at very low
riSx-s. In the regular course instruction is given in the advanced
Public School, High School, Colle-
ginte und University work. The
Special Courses include a thorough
pnicticiii Business training: The
Vociil. Instrumental, and Teohni-
tju«in Mnsic: In Art: Sketching.
Oil I'liinting and I'yrogruphy; Also
Physical Culture and Elocution.
For Calendar, Address
Wall Paper
(Samples
A. J. Lapworth,
Sign W riter, Fainter and Decorato I
Good
45-Acrc
Ranch
.FOR SALE.
(July half a mile from Armstrong. 10 nc-res under cultivation
balance good bottom land e-nsily
cleared. Goal frame house, stable
and other buildings. With the
land will be sold one team, three
cows, one steer, one brood sow, it
dozen chickens, arid full equipment
Colnmbinn I f"™ machinery.   Price 15000.
College, New Westminster, B. 0.
.D. MITCHELL.
ALL GOOD THINGS
must win upon their
merits. The International
Dictionary has won a
greater distinction upon
its merits and is in more
general use than any other
work of its kind in the
English language.
A. II. Kurt'.. I.I..I1., U.U., of Oxford
tlnlv.rKlly, llliirlHllil, litis ivi unity Willi
nl it: Ii is la.U'oi 11 niiint'lMiis work | ii.lt>
dil'.Uiiilt lo< onpslve Of a uietiimiiry inoi'o
sxnautiivo nntl cpmplole, Bvorytli(hM*ls
lit il -not only vault, wo might oxpuc lo
lint] In audi ft work. 11tit iilto v. litil lew of
UBWtiiiiiU-vi'rlinvt.llioiliililol iotiliinnfor.
A tnpi'lpmont lo t!io now oiiilitm lina
brousbt it fully up to dnlo. 1 linvo been
It'oj'.inir tnrouiio tbe Inner wits a rsellna
ut iivttuiiitbmt'iit ut iia oompliiletieM, iiikI
"   oraoubt ol lubor that biw been put
luio.t.
THE CRAND PRIZE
to llio In.
, Bt Louie.
lib. hiithwl owiir.ll Tiis t iv
l*-;.'.al,'J!.lil ut tue WolJli's ,
FREE   "ATe»tinriooii3eiatie»."i:i.
tuciive nnd ontortaltniiti    , -»~.
ir the whylo fniully.  Aluo / Wra
'uitiuliil pnmptiJei. ' —5a*L
G.&C.MERRIAMCO.
I-UBLISHLRB,
HflNOFirLD, MABB.
ftflSli
1  MoConniuk ' Uindor,  1  Unintlord
! Mower, 1 banning Mill, 1 Straw Cutter,
1 Hors.i Power, 1  Sot  Trucks,   new, 1
Top Buggy 1 Set. Logging Sleighs,  1
I Skidiiini! Ton-is. t'ornor Hinds, Double
I Trims, Unntbook, 1 Oultivntor.
CUenp for cash or on   approvod notes
ut three months.
F. N.DANIELS•"&»*.
1T^«. €>-.1A I'OKKHKEI)
E Or t3ale. Drown Leghorn and I'lomoutli Kimk Poultry nnd
Egiis. Home tueoptiouatly Itood young
Cockerels now on linnd.
Lunsdowno.      T. W. MARSHALL
It you will Ollll and me tho
EMPIRE
Cream Separator
1 nnd note how few parln
i it hns, how perfeetly
' siiiililn it is, how esay
. it turns, how perfectly
1 itskinis, how ensily it
is kept elenn, and bow
strung nnd durable it
is, you will nt once decide it is the separator
for you. No separator
over made such rupid
strides in popularity
ns the Empire. The
reason is that it satisfies every purchaser.
1 ask the privilege of
showing it lo you.
W. Christian,
Buttetmnjtor ntCremnory.
Okanagan Flnur
Mills Cn. Ltd.
ARMSTRONG
B. C.
« millers of a flour *
THAT   IS   A
UNIVERSAL FAVORITE
*
—AGENTS FOR —^
Deering machinery
Feed Grains of All Kinds BOUGHT
AND SOLD.
The-'
BEST
Is what you wnnt if yon are
planting
NURSERY STOCK.
I CLEAN.
Stock that iB \ HEALTHY,
) THRIFTY.
We solicit your patronage for
this kind of stock.   Our stock
is ALL GUARANTEED.
 o	
Write tis, or Mr. H. Hawkins, of
Armstrong, B. C, for Illustrated
Cntologtie or any information.
mm M18EW CWHNV.
sales, orcgoi.
M.J. HENRYS
Nurseries, Greenhouse & Seedhouie
Vancouver,
B.C.
Head quurtefs for
Pacific Coast Brown
Garden, Flower * Field Seeds
New crop now in snick and on test in
onr Greenhouses. .\8k your merchant
lor them in sealed paoknges. il he docs
not handle them we will mail to you
SO Aoeorted packet a of Vegetable or
Cardan ae.de lor $1.00
This is our special seleeton for H. O.
Special prices on your hulk  seeds.
B. O. Grown   Fruit- and
Ornamental Trees
Now ready for spring shipment, extra
nice stock of 2 & :l year Apple trees at
«20.0U   per  100;  I1BO.O0 per  1000
Maynard   plum 81.00   ench.    Italian
§ rune,!! year old tine SKTi.OO per 100.
ugar prune 2 yeur old fine 880 per 100.
Full list of other stock at regular prices
l*t me prieel your list before placing
your order. Greenhouse, Floral work,
Bee supplies, Fruit packages, Fertilizers, etc.   Catalogue 1- ree.	
M.J.HENRY.
'lOlOWcstniiiister Kd. Vancouver.

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