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JUN12WIK
&/>e  Armstrong    Advance
and Spallumcheen Advocate.
.roRiK,*
tUCC.r RrllAM.
rubllaher.
Published at Armstrong, in the Garden Spot of the Famous Okanagan Valley.
Subacrlatlon St.SO In At
OthcrwIacSa.OO.
VOL. 11.
ARMSTRONG. B.C.. FRIDAY, JUNE 8,  19C6.
NO. 8,
I MEN'S WORKING
SHIRTS.
CHOICE LOT JUST OPENED!
i
THE BEST LINE EVER OFFERED AT 90 CENTS.
Also some now beauties in Fancy
Drci'H Shirts from !K)y np, in nil
si/OB, I't to IK, all having goner
uuuly full length  ami witlth, and
GUARANTEED   TO   RE   PERFECT   BITTING,
- Also a now lot of—
Collars at 15c. each, 2 for 25c.
Stylish but cut with a view
to comfort.
Remember
Our   Made-to-Order
Clothing Dept.
EVERYTHING STRICTLY   DOWN   TO   DATE.
Armitage $ Paul,
Cbe«Heading«Gents'«furnishers.
. ,j« r
ijQ»*a*$*Maiar14*amaa*^
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Z\)t
-IN THE-
& Tf
'Good Old
summer Time'
Your thoughts turn to the many
requirement!! in the way of food
nml wearing apparel, nml the
ipicstion of obtaining these at the
lowest prices ami of only the best
quality,
our stock includes all Your
Necessities and at the
Lowest Prices.
Special Bargains now in Ladies' Drew Goods, Summer
Underwear, etc.
The Best Garden Hose in TownT
(Uood Cargill Co.,
Elitiltcd.
THE - BIG - STORE.
twwi
TRAIN  ROBBERS SENTENCED.
Edwards and Dunn Go Up for Life.
Colhoun 25 Yean.
The train robbers were sentenced at Kamloops last Friday. Edwards, or Bill Minor, ns ho is believed to be, and Dunn were sentenced to lift; and Colohouu to
twenty-live yenrs, and all three are
now engaged in thu stone quarry
of New Westminster penitentiary.
The sentence and confinement
of these men furnish another ox-
ample of the certainly and expediency of Canadian justice, Barely
throe weeks elapsed from the date
of the robbery to the i ncarceration
of the bandits in the penitentiary.
WEDNESDAY'S LACROSSE.
Armstrong Defeated by Vernon's
Alleged Intermediates.
| The fourth gnuie of looroose between the Vernon and Armstrong
I teams was played here on Wednesday and for the first time the re-
| suit was a victory for the former.
j While it may not be said that the
arrival of the visiting team was
i heralded by the beating of drums
I nor the ringing of bells, it was
I nevertheless signalled by n gorgeous fluttering of colors and the
! attendance of ll host of supporters,
[not to mention the walking udver-
j tisement of Venon's wet goods
' factory. When the stick hand-
'. lers were lined up, hovever, our
; boys could with difficulty realize
[ that they were being culled upon
TOWN WATER SYSTEM.
Representative Meeting Unanimous for Larger Main.
That the property holders of the
townsite of Armstrong and those
owning property adjacent to the
present townsite appreciate the importance of an extension of the
psesent water system was made
evident by their liberal attendance
lit the meeting called by the water
commissioners last Friday night.
P, 0. Wolfenden was elected to the
chair and J. M, Wright secretary.
Water Commissioner John Hamill
was prepared with valuable data
concerning the present waterworks
and the steps necessary for an extension of the system. After liberal discussion which elicited tho
unanimous opinion of those present in favor of the proposition before them it was resolved by the
property holders within the town-
site that a committee be appointed]
to circulate a petitition asking that
the townsite be enlarged. This
committee wns made to consist of
.1. M. Wright, Ceo. Murray mid
John Hamill. Like action was
then taken by those, representing
the adjacent property owners. E.
S. "..McClintock, J. M. Bird and
Eugene Rhian were appointed to
circulate a petition among those!
proposed to be included in the enlarged townsite. The area proposed to be added includes the suburbs of Enstview and Rosedale
and the properties of H. A. Fraser.
R. Daniels, A. Emond, K. 8. V.
McClintock and F. C, Wolfenden.
i^55^^J5^$*5ll^$iSS^$55i5^^C5S*<
Bug
Busters
DALMATION INSECT POWDER.
KEAT1NGS INSECT POWDER,
TANGLEFOOT,
PARIS GREEN,
WHALE OIL SOAP,
QUASSIA CHIPS,
BED BUG POISON,
SURE-KILL FLY PADS
Cowtey's Celebrated Chocolates in Bulk.
tJfie Qrmstrong Pfiarmacy,
R. R. Burns,     -        -       Druggist.
Armstrong School Report.
: to play the team with whom they | AVitli these additions to its assess-
Imrby this time become quite fa-1 nient the townsite will have a bor- j
: miliar- for. lo. they were confront-1 rowing power of some $17,000, so!
ed with a different lot of players that there will be experienced no
, altogether. All explanation being j difficulty in financing a larger sys-
, requested they were met with  the | tsm.   It, is suggested that the new
main be a 10-inch one. which it iu
thought will provide sufficient
water for all needs for many years.
Armstrong certainly has just cause
for pride in her exceptional facilities tor an excellent gravity water
system. The present system, consisting of a four-inch main, is a
first-class one so far as it goes, but
assurances that for reasons many
and sundry it had been impossible
to bring the usual team the intermediates but that in tho selection of four or live of their
senior members the choice of the
best players in Vernon had been
carefully avoided. Though suffering the loss of one   of   their   best
players, the "Red Apple Boys" I wjt|, the present demand for water j
decided that to show the white \m),\ with this demand rapidly in-1
feather at this stage would only be creasing it has been found to be
an emulation of the example set quite inadequate. For the town-
by u certain base   ball   team   not j sjte alone the present system is no
many mouths since so thy over
looked the apparent advantage
taken of them nnd the u-ame
started shortly after scheduled
time.
doubt sufficient nnd were the resi
dents of this ureu inclined to take.
u selfish view of the matter no extension of the system would be required to be mnde for ninny years.
Meighan Creek Water System.
The writer hud the pleasure the
past week of a visit to the source
ol the water systems boiltg put in
SHOULD YOU READ THE ADVANCE?
BECAUSE it  helps to advance    your district
BECAUSE it is tho/mly means to got the howb
BECAUSE it i i owned and tiblishod In Armstrong
Within the first half minute of But with the large number of up-,
play, Bert Francis shot  the  ball plications for  water  outside  the
through the enemy's defense and | townsite and with plenty of water i
scored for Armstrong,    Though to bo had at the present source of
the ball was kept in tho vicinity of supply, the morn public spirited!
the home team's net no other si-or- disposition is to extend the system!
ini; wns done in the first quarter, too larger number of consumers,
In the second quarter the scoring tho added rovonuo paying the in,
again started within the lirst half I terest and sinking fund on the in
minute,    this  time by   Vornon. I creased debentures,
Four score* were made by Vernon
during this quarter, iu which they
did some tine combination playing,
I but hml some of our boys done as
well as usual it is safe to say that
! at least two of these counts would
I have been prevented       The third by Donald (Indium for his "Anlil
| quarter wns the   most  interesting lie Place'' fruit tracts and   by   W.
of the game, anil some good com- H. Normnn, A,  VV. Hunter, Fred
| binatiou playing on the part of Hnatlieouto and 11. Harding for
Armstrong brought them   in   one their  domestic   purposes,      The
score.    The fourth qunrter with water is being taken from Meighan
i the exception of the last few  mill, creek at a point on the upper por-
iiteg wns pretty slow, and  brought tion of W. IT. Norman's farm, und
lout no special features. ! from the volume of water nt   pres-
The game on tlie whole was not nnt running thorn is littlo room to
ns fast  as   previous  ones.     The doubt that there   is   available an
Armstrong ten in showed  tho need ubundnnce ol water to supply the
of practice in stick handling, mul two systems,   from lln- pluco of
with this, despite the loss of one intersection of the creek to the av.
of its best players will yet be  able orage level of the farm supplied
to uphold its present reputation, there is afforded a  head of aboul
A. Campbell,   who   Is  visiting 1115 feet or a pressure of 7-1 pounds
here from Midland, Out,, acted as nor square inch.     Mr.  Graham's
un efficient and imptirtinl referee, system provides water l„,lh fordo.
I    The return mutch is to bu played mestic use ami for irrigation wlion
i in Vi mon on tho 20lh, r< iptir, ■!.
The following is the standing of
the pupils of the Armstrong sohool
for the month of May. lirst. throe
names in each olnss being arranged
in order of merit:
Sr. High Sohool   M. Unylcln.
Jj. High Sulu.,,1 Class I I!. Mar
shall, ii Prlnglo, S. Mathesoo.   Class II
(I Harris, L Hayes, K Whiting.
Entrance Class Steele Kislior, 11.
Hamill, 1)1Mi-Nuir.
Sr. 4tli A l-'rain-is, P lleclti-r. .1
Simington.
Jr. 4th. 1 W McDonald. W Daniels,
N Watson.
Jr. 4th, II B Wright, W Wright. T
Patchett.
Sr. Ilrd- Zollu Leverlngton, Ernest
King, Gwendolen Smiley.
Jr. 3rd May Davis, Cooella Watson,
Maggie Watson.
Sr. anil Violet Hamill, Edna Whit
In'g, Frank Hassard.
Jr.2nd~-GroverBiirnett, Harry Hntno,
Dorothy Smiley,
1st Reader- Attn Hassard, Marguerite
Armitnge, Hurry Armitnge.
2nd Primer—George Campbell, Doris
Moberly, James Neodhnm.
1st Primer, A—GladysHnrdy, Winnie
Wright, Thelaiii Kelly.
1st Primer, B' Ross Met lie. Vera
Uathu, Edith Gray,
E. Wilson, Prlnoipsl.
Weil-Known Farm Sold.
Another real estate deal of considerable note during the past
week was the side by S. Reid of his
fine 80-ncre farm near the creamery
to John Phillips, late of Vernon,
tlie   consideration being   JS.ikki
This farm is especiclly well adapted to dairying, which Mr. It.-id has
engaged in, or us u hay and vegetable producing furm, which we
understand is to be the specialty
of the new purchaser. Mr. Phillips recently sold his farm near
Vernon to CI. Swuyne and not de.
siring to leave the Okanagan ohosn
this furm as most suitable to his
desires. We lire glad to note, however, that the ohungo of ownership
does not signify Mr. Raid's departure from our midst, ns it is his
ntention to purchase another place
of perhaps smaller dimensions  in
tin.1 Immediate vicinity of Armstrong, The change in possession
will take place about the 25th inst.
Oddfellows' Election.
The semi-annual election of olli-
cers occurred at last Thursday
night's    mooting   of Coronntion
lodge t.O.O. I-\. and for expediency in the'lispateh of business
the mombera established n record
which is seldom equalled in tin
records of fraternalsocintii s. Th,
The following are the new nli ctiv,
officers:   11   Hawkii s, X. ll     0
McPh, ■ V. G.;  A. E. Morgan,
r S: (, Moberly, H. S.; U .1,
Bi, ki r, Iron urer.
! Lane Fruit Land Sale.
Messrs     Jackson    &    Morgan
negotiated  an   import inl   s ite cf
thoir fruit land, the Scl abort | lac, .
the last of   the   week.    The   pur.
chaser wiib A    Bolt, of Gli ichen.
I Alia., and  the mnoui t  pnr, : is, d
wns   HI! acres,   the consi le  it
j being 17", per acr, .   M r  B,  :   -   i
brother-in-law  of   ll.   II.   li'
'■ and together with Mrs   Boll
I has been visiting her sister here
' for some time, left for home  Moi -
.day to prepare for taking  i-.p his
' home hi re in lh,  ne u fnl are oral
least as soon as lie can  dispose  , I
his cattle and stock  ranch  in  Alberta,   in   disposing of which   lie
contemplates   no   difficulty.   The
tract of laud   purchased   by   Mr
Boll here is , most excell snt one,
and one that would be bar I to  excel in any par! of the  ' Ik inngan
The whole hundred acres is cleared and  under a splendid st.,*.. of
[cultivation.    With the  al an lance
of wuter furnished with  the  place
by the excellent water system  re.
cently completed   by  Morgan  &
Jackson, and the well known adaptabilities of tho soil there  is  little
left to be desired  in  the way of
fruit and vegetable producing land,
and with the completion  of  the
new rond at present being opened
it will be within  one and a  half
mile's of town.
Morris-Williams Case.
The decision in the somewhat
noted cuse of Williams vs. Morris
for libel has at last bee,, handed
down by the trial judgo. Chief
Justice Hunter, Judgement was
given for Dr. Williams for $] a,, I
costs ll will be remember,' I that
III the foil HBsiz,   here.  Dr. Morris
s I Hi. Williams for $5,000 for
slander, getting judgement for fill
nnd costs. Dr. Williams at the
same assize sued I):'. Morris for
,55,000 for libel, and decision fans
just now been given in the latter
case as  above  Haled     Oknnttgnn.
Gun Club.
Wednesday's gnu shoot was the
fifth of the season in the series for
I the Dominion Cartridge Co. medal.
The foil,,.vim; is the score;
!    Holtby, 22:  Kntncis. 19: Moberly, Igi
Sage, Hi; Vankleok, lu:  Wolfenden, 15i
Pelly, 14: MePherson, 13,
'    The lenders In this competition so far
are ['"rnncis. ,"-: Moberly, 97: IT I,,,'.-. I'j,
Foresters' Anniversary.
The  minivi-i    ■ .     services    ol
Co : .' rn mg S >, .;;_'.,. [,< i. [.
.'■■■" ; .' :  •■. I ou Sin
day. .fniir: 17.    All   •    mbers re-
:!  ■   I
•   : ■'      ■ '        '        begin   ul
M     ;•      ii. ,i.
Ki i        public cordii llv  in. The Advance
PUl L1SHED   EVERY   FRIDAY AT
ARMSTRONG, IS. C.
Communications.
COGEAE RHIAM,      .
Subscription 81.50 per
If net paid in ad
Publisher.
The Young-Schubert Road.
=-4*
Advertising rut
mncetK.OO.
n on ivpplii
JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY.
To the Editor Advasub,
Dear Sir:
Will yOU please insert the following communication re lln-
Nc:i.vs.itei'„ieiiser\:ces ai.d iiii.t Young-Schubert roadi
tolnmenUwherenondmission iBohargod The Bottlers on the north |iart ol
Inserted free. Other notices ut usual'the Young-Schubert road would
rains, raiilsef Ihaiiiisfl. ; |||.(, lo |mOW wne„ the conn -il iu-
TIm Advance is published in !!„■ inter tends to open lip that piece of road
tats of the town und diatriot in whioli from Mr. Levins' place to the toot
it exists and cordially sulieits the (ml   nf Main's hill.    It seems  to  have
n.niiK.i..iiii-|,iii,in-.  been hanging fire for over a year;
  ! now. and the settlers on the  north
end are put lo great inconvenience.'
as we  have   to   travel   nearly   2.1
miles more each way every time we
COUIO to town than we would   have
I to if the rond was op mod,
Canada's population by her first     There will be considerable pro-
census of lii'i,", was 8,231. duce Bhipped through the Knderliy
Oanii'la's population in l7tlH was  |.',irmers' Exchange this year  that
70.IKHI. should come to Armstrong   if  we'
Canada's population at  Confed- did not have so far to haul it nnder|
oration, 1807, wns 3.500,000. 11 -. -   present    conditions,   besides
Canada's po]   lation in ISIO] was there will be money spent with the 15"1
5,371,351. merchants in Enderby thai   would   |     fO      KfOFlK"RI    V
Canada's po] elation,   estimate:!.   oe 8p(int in Armstrong if the   load   |     *-*•   1   A*^&*gg^^ *-    • • •
on June 30, 1005. was nbout 6,200.-' wnB built, I |    ——————	
000. The road will also open np a | CONTRACTOR AND BUELDEB.
Editorial Notes.
CANADA'S POPULATION-
fTCiCfmery
"1
cinrl ^Ladies'
ghirtiisfiitigs
9 am new offering seme SpeciaC Bargains in Mats
anil invite trie JLadies to caff,
A Fine Line of Ladies' Collars.
See our Veilings, £aces and 3-oncy
Ri66ons.
IKrs. W. 8. SFisfier.
^"Land of the BIG RED^
APPLE"
HAVE  YOU
Confidence in tbe 6rowtD and
future of Armstrong?
If so, make money on your Confidence  by  securing  right
now n few lots in the new
Fairview Addition
These lots are offered below their real value, they are
except.il iinlly well located, and have splendid drainage.     The
soil is the best adapted for fruit and gardening of any addition that has yet been opened np.   We nre assured 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 MAT YKAIi.
fS3e Watch and see if onr predictions are correct.
SET* ^FISHER b SAGE.
Canada    began   the   twentieth i flna tract of land that oau support |
century will- the same  population ft good many   families;   then   the 5
ns the United   States   began   the counoil   would   receive     revenue I
nineteenth. from the property that would far ft
Canada  has    ill countries and  „„„.,, thau.pay for the building of 5
nationalities in her population.        i)u. road. ft
Canada has 132,101 more mules.    I understand the councillor for ft
x
$
S
,v
AH Hinds   of Carpenter  WorK   at    reasonable     ft
Prices -v.
sasft, Doors, iwoatdinp M ®m.     f
Turning, Band Sawing, Picture FRAMING. $
$3 Plans ami Speuilti'ntions Prepared.    V
FURNITURE!
Our line of Furniture is now more complete than ever and we will supply with
anything you want in the way of	
HOUSE FURNISHINGS AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Full Line Undertaking Goods.
Contractors and Builders.
Contracts taken for all kinds of
Carpenter Work.
PLANS AND  SPECIFICATIONS  PREPARED
AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED,
McPherson&itoitDy
s
than females, Armstrong is very hostile against  «>&&frb&&Pfi&^^
Canada is adding to her popula-Upending money to open the rond:    m——^————-^———^——^———
tion every year by   immigration   n'     r|,nps   he   would   sooner   drive   ^(^(^r^r^r^f^r^r^fj^r^r^r^Q
number equal to Montreal's popn- trade nway from the merchants of
lation, | Armstrong than see us get a   road
Canada has   more than one half  t|1(lt we are justly entitled to, JQ
of   the   white   population   of  all Yours truly I'M
Britain's colonies. Tax Paver,
Canada has enfranchised 2."> per
cent of her population, j y "™—""""™"™^K
Canada has 87 per cent of Can- \ District Correspondence.^
adian-born people, 3,571,815. .^———————-
Canada has eight   per   cent,   of Otter LaKe. &
British-born people, 405,883. \    E. Pelly  has greatly  impsoved   S.
Canada has therefore 95 percent the appearance of his residence by
of British-bom subjects. 5,077,698. the addition of a veranda,
Canada has only 5 per oent of,    Mie8 lllft Schubert went to  En-
foreign-born people, 293,017, k.     ye8teniay to write 0M the
55 per cent of Canada's foreign- g(jhoo|   exlunin(ltiorl8,     she  was
born population ore naturalised,    Vompnnied bv  her 8jBter, Miss
Canada's population  is 73  per E1]n whow,i| viglt friends for a
cent rural, 27 per cent urban. j few d
Canada has (il  centers of 5,0001
population and over, nnd 31 of 10,-!    (!lW»' P«ge got three shots nt a
000 and over. ! Nf °™r at close range one day
Canada's center of population is Ilflst week b,lt failed to ll° ml>'-
near (Ittawa and is moving west     j thing more than scare old Brum.
Canada's western population is V. .J. Steodmiin lost a valuable »»
75 per cent. British and Canadian- j horse last week. Not. poor Peachy. *V$
born, and 25 per cent foreign-born.     R   g   Pe]1     ,,   L   s„ |eft 0I1   '
One out of every S{ persons In Wednesd(iy for Six   Mile   creek
Canada is ol I'reach descent.
Canada has (15,000G-uliciuns, 20,-
Wholesale and Retail
BUTGMERS.
The best steaks and roasts a specially.
Fish and game In season.
Live Stock bought at top price.
——=MAIL   ORDERS
receive   most   particular attention.
3
Bank of Montreal
Head office: Montreal
CAPITAL, all paid up 114,000,000. Rest. 110,000,000
Balance Profit and Loss account, f373,0K8,
PRESIDENT, Right Hon. Lord Slralhcona  and Mount Royal.
VICE-PRESIDENT, Sir Ceo. A. Druramond, K.C.M.C.
8
i where he has some survey work on  ©<^<^<^^<^^^.g&S^@rS<Sr5>@S»©
000 Hungarians and 3,912 Japanese,
In 50 years 3,250,000 Canadians
have gone to the United States.
Canadian    emigration   to  the
hand.
Moon    light  picnics  on    Otter ©C©«S)(^S(t^)(8^a^r^)(i^)rJ©(t^)fl®«^n
lake nre very popular these  lovely
nights.
Rumors of a rich sample of gold
lJiiitedStat.es increased from 0,0 j ore being found in this vicinity nre g.
per cent in 1850 to 11.1 per cent | afloat, but no reliable information Wt
Lap Dusters
in ]!KK). jean be gathered  as to where the
Then-   are  20,000  Chinese  in sample came from.	
Camel i.
| Satisfied Customers
Armstrong, II. 0., April iHth. 'oil.
Viiiiei aver, ll. (I.
The full lair lo be held at Ann-
strong on (lotobor 10 and 11 pro-
mlsOBlol n   event   of   marked      M. ,1. M.ain. K^,
Importance to the whole of the .,,.. r.;,,
northern Uknnngnn, There should Tim trees which yen furnished mu
be held one good exhibition that' this spring nrn the host one your h1,Ih
is representative ol the whole   vuU  that ' havosnaa, in they am  linn nml
1,-y.   Armstrong is th,. most suit.: ""■|i|8"1 "",l wi','1 ■*""» ';'"":'• I;n;1 in
 ,. ,     my oxporlonoo they an- the benl trees
ably loi-ated. will have uci'onim,Kln.!|h|l| !,,„„, j,.,  ,|ml  B1,ppl|fld   „„,,  u,
tloil fatalities seeond to none,  lllld  though I bought tress this spring train
our exhibition promises to uulto two other nurserymen. Imayflny that
naturally nxtoud beyond the scope  ' never saw such good  rood on  i li
of our Immediate dlstrlol   und im- i 5""'n,f "■"'•x-
.. ,,        ,.      ., I boiio to have the ploasiiro of glvlngi
sumo the proportions ol  a. North-'      furihol.ur.lerb-ln the future,
orn Okanagan Exhibition.   There Vours trulj
is alroady arranged a spooial  ex- J, 1), B. WAi.i.iimnns.
onrsion from the west, and it is nol j rr,ho f0ro«olng unsolicited tosti-
improbable that similar arrange. nlonjn| |B a sample of the many
ments may be made t„ assist   the hearty endorsements of my nursery
llUv'"l: °  oi   ("'"I'l'-  from   the|8t0ckrecoived from satisfied -us-!
oust.
I have just received my new stock
and can supply you with anything
you need,
vfo war ^C. L. CHRISTIAN,
The - Armstrong - Harness - Store.
.  Branches in all the principal cities and towns in Canada.    Also in
j  the following cities :- London. Eng.;  22. Abchurch   Lane.   E. 0.
!  New York,69 Wall Street : Chicago.188 Ln Salle Street i Spokane,
Wash.; St. John's Newfoundland.
Bankers and Correspondents : Liverpool. Bank of Liverpool.   Scotland. British Linen Co's. Bunk nud BriincheB.
, A general bunking business transacted. Drafts sold available at
all points in the United Stales. Europe and Canada, including Atlin
and Dawson City.
SAVING'S BANK DEPARTMENT.
Denon-itB received from  1 upwards anil interest all,.wed at current r.itus.
Interest entered aOth June, and -EI st December
Withdrawal,    on    demand    without    delay.
Ranchers and country business given special nttontlon.   M unicipnl and sohool
district neeounts received on favorable terms.    Speeinl eltention given to the
handling of municipal und ether debentures.
BANKING  BY MAIL.
Deposits may be mnde and withdrawn by mail.    Out-of-town account* receive
, every attention.
OKANAGAN DISTRICT, W^«KS5gS.»-
ekoeuby,
APntSmOHa r. 4. Taylor, Sub. Agent. KCLOWMA
11. S. V.iMcCllntock, tub. Agent. P. DuMonlln, Sub. Agent.
tomers.
Pnrmera of  Ihu  Spiillamohnen '
are coming to the realization thai
when   all  things  are  considered!
M..I. Henhy,
For Sals Cheap.
they are located in  the  bust pari1    I Mnllotte cream soparutor,good]
of'the meal a,„l fertile Okanagan. (18 rlf;W,   Apply to
! he   diversity ol  products lo  bi
■IC-tf
Ia:.k lln i..
produc, 'I is the greatest of any bi
tion of the valley   and   because  ol    ==	
the stifficioiicv of  natural  rainfall WKn«] fnrSale
the quality oi our frnit it nee |. wheel lor oaie.
i-dly in the lend.    Investors und Bicycle, English  Singer make,
ho seekers   slioul I    investigate conster brake, in good order.     In-
this pari of the Okanngiiii. i.tnli <- al Advance office.
SB
If It's Real Estate
It's Our Business ...
You take no ch.-ini.es if you list with un.
We can sell il for you.
Come in and see ,,,;.
A Good Opening for a Hardwire.
Don't forget our olliee is in the   MURRAY   BLOCK,
next door to .Murray's .Meal Market,
j Agents for Great West Life, j
Wul estate
Bakery, confectioner!)
All kinds of Candies, Cigars,
etc.   Fruit in Season.
Fancy Pastry.
We urn prepared to receive orders In   this line for one of the
BEST BAKERS IN THE INTERIOR,
A. SHARY,
Near 0, P. R,
Depot,
f
'Wholesale & Re»
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4 All kinds of Fresh and (hired Meats always in stock
I Fish and fowl in season
BestPrices for Fat iS'tocK and Poultry.      ►
Mailorders a Specialty. ft
Ge&a
Poultry Wanted
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IN      Dog licenses are now due.   Have
I you gel your tag f
S. Lormer returned from n trip
to Kamloops Wednesday.
Mrs. Geo. Curry, of near Vernon.
IS a gin si of Mrs. Eli Wilson.
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>QsncifflCE3iE23
Gentlemen!
\aVCmmt
Bern    To .Mr. and Mrs.
Calluni, lust Monday, u fine
Mi
mui
lot!
,e court of revision tor
icipality is to be held on
July.
dnngh.
of the week
Celebrate Dominii n Day at Armstrong   July _:.,!.
Base ball game next Wednesdaj
- Armstrong and Vernon.
Armstrong's lothonnuol Dominion Dny colebnitii n will be held on
-I nl> 2.
The leaving elass of tbe Arm
Strong public seliool nre in attendance nt the entrance examinations
lx.ing held ul Knderliy today.
Circus day iii tho valley is near
lit  hand  and  the youngsters nre
looking forward to a trip to Vernon : pluyers h
to see the animals  next Tuesday.]    A,.onge Emot)d loft WodneBilay
A..I. Lapworth has just COUiplut-! for Seymour Arm  where   he   will
wl the painting of K. 0, Wotsou's spend a month prospecting,
house nnd   ninny   favorable   coin-j    .,, R    8mith   ^   m|u|(,   H(|||||,
ineiitBonthelniproveinentwroughtlmAeA improvements by way of
have been heard. I
I'lu
ill
Mrs. F. !!. Whiting
ter Kdna spent the lust i
visiting in Golden.
Okanogan strawberries nre now1
on the loeal market. The opening
price is 2-V per box.
Geo Davis, our erstwhile burlier,
accompanied the Veruou lacrosse
■re Wednesday.
.ball
the
11108-
Ariustroug Phurniaoy
be inohnrgooi Dr. Vaukleok
ing Druggist Burns' absence,
Vernon and Armstrong has,
teams will try conclusions on
Armstrong diamond uext W
day.
Darrell I'liruyeat. accountant 111
the loeal I,ranch of the Hank of
Montreal, is taking his holidays,
visiting his parents iu Vernon.
Showery weather nud intervening  sunshine    have  combined   to
I make the past week; an exceptionally favorable one for growing crops.
Tlie Dig Store bus mude the
metropolitan addition of a lady
elcrk. Miss Maggie Holtby is now
in charge of the dry goods depart-
nient, anil is proving her self mil
adept in her pleasant and   efficient
attention to customers.
D. Matheson was in  town Saturday iiiid during his stay was 00-
mootingDjvely engaged iu  soliciting  sub-
.it the pharmaceutical society «"" Borlptions.towards the $800 fund
Hugh C.iiii.nings leaves  tumor-1 council.    Mrs Burns mid the bady!toi,llmpl(,tt, thepuymentof tlienew
agricultural hull. Mr. Mathesou
proven himself n successful can-1
vasser, und his appeals met with
hearty res|xmses from  the liberal
I
How are you Fixed for
Clothing' for the warm
Weather?
painting   and   repairing    on
i bouse owne
; mill vard.
by  him   west of
I'llsom A- Kirby ndverlise thill
they have an opening lor u bard-
ware store   Parties in search ol |    r, r, Burns leaves tomorrow for
b,IH SH "l»'"'»gH in tl.et Iknnngan   V,„„,(mv|,r ,<( „„„,„;   tll,
ahiuild correspom
We ar now offering our customers the advant-
age of a I
BIG DISCOUNT SALE IN !
Summer Suits, Custre €oat$ and I
Ciintitt^    libit* I
Summer Ue$t$.
This Clothing consists of Travellers' Samples and there are over 50 Styles and Patterns.
with the
row for Victoria as the representative of Coronation   lodge   ut   the;
[. O. 0. P.   grand   lodge   meeting.'
He will be accompanied  by  Mrs.
Cmnnilngs nud tho baby.
The painting of llobt, Ferguson's
house has now been completed
and to say that an improvement
has been made fails to do justice
to the job. Mr. Ferguson now has
an attractive and comfortable looking home, \V. .lames did the job
with the brush.
A. .1. Lapworth bus completed
the painting of 0. T. Duykln's
store, and though there are many
bees buzzing round the hive done
by Luppy's handiwork, there anno Hies on the job, and a very notable improvement is mode to the
outward appearance of the store.
Wm. Sawyer was up from Vernon Wednesday. Much as Billy
would have liked to shout for his
home team, there were other influences which prompted him not
to "holler" against Armstrong, and
to keep on tbe safe side he simply
hud to keep still.
F. K. Glover arrived yesterday
from New Westminster prepared
to make his future home here. |
having closed up his business at
the coast. The council of New
Westminster, of which city Mr.
Glover was for many years clerk,
gave him u reception before bis
departure.
Kev. L. E, Gosling is supplying
iu the Presbyterian pulpit during
the absence of Rev. Duncan Campbell, who is iu attendance at the
general assembly at London, Out.
Bev. Gosling is engaged in work
on the main line, with heudipiurt-
crs ut Albert Canyon. His tirst
sermon here wns preached lust
Sunday night nnd was heartily en-
will accompany him
Marshall Lucas left Tuesday for
Field where be will do harboring
in the C. P. B, Hotel during his I
holidays. He returns to his dental studies at Portland iu October.
Mrs. W. Cross, of Winnipeg, wns
guest Inst, week at the home of
Joe McDonald, Mrs. Cross' hns.
band is connected with the(), P, K.
offices in Winnipeg.
Councillor Murray finished up
Snturdny night with his grading on
Railway street. When it is again
(irmly pocked the street will present a marked improvement.
A. E. Armitnge accompanied
Alex Reid, government tire ranger
and timber inspector, on a trip
through the country the past week.
just for an outing from the close
confinement of the store.
Residents of the Okanagan who
for the past fifteen years have celebrated Dominion Day in Armstrong will keep open .Inly 2 this
year to attend here. A good program is being arranged and no
place in the valley will offer as
good entertainment.
Gravelling on Rosedale avenue
under Councillor Murray's supervision wns completed Saturday
night. The sum of $300 has been
expended there and where has
formerly been a very bad stretch
of road will now be a good gravelled highway, which because of the
number of people travelling this
road hns been badly needed.
Bird Bros, have openi
route in town, ns will   bi
I
Uohn HamiII, SKEBSy
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minds   and pockets   of the  public-spirited citizens of the district.
Locals That Get Business official p.reaory
ARMSTRl ING
HOME
i Buy a lot and build a house of
: your own in Fairview. Save your
rent and make money on the rise
Fisher it Sage.
MUNICIPAL UOUNlflli.
Reeve-A. Schubert.
Clerk anil assessor- L. VV. Patton,
Treasurer and collector—J, M. Wright.
Councillors—
Hen. Murray, W. Hiillam,  J.   L.
Hivrtwill, Ft. H. Main.
___ Railway Time Table
The Advance and the Winnipeg     (Shcswai- & Okanaoan Railway)
H. W. Wright came down from Free Press one year for only $1.75. ^aS™" North ,My ''"'"ft,-, „ m
Enderby Monday mid while here! A^toB^tt^^aW     '   '
sold to Mrs. F. 0. Wolfenden 175,-1        J     .   „.   . „ Sunday wop. m.
(XXI brick to go into her new brick
block soon to be erected on her lots .       .
recently purchased from Amos Hill.
These brick   are some of   those;
manufactured by the Okanagan! Pelly & Pelly are selling the late
I Brick Co., and :ire claimed to be of Larkin estate lots, now owned by
I tirst class quality. That the new [Marshall Lucas—the most desir-
j brick block is to be erected with- i «We lots in town.
out    unnecessary   delay   is  nowi .._...
practically assured. For Rent
0. J, South, superintendent of     Good cottage adjoining town.
the Provincial Society for the Pro- \ Apply to H. Hawkins.
tection   of   Children. Vancouver,	
paid a visit to the Okanagan  this For Sale.
week.    This  society, whose work
Iiiib rapidly  increased during the
Churches
Tk/TETHODIST CHURCH.
Divine Service will lie held every Sunday as tellews : Armstrong, 11 ii.in.;
Knob Hill, II p.m.: Enderby, 7.:i(> pan.;
Sunday School at 2..'UI p.m. Uev. A. N.
Miller, Pastor.
Circle. No. 37
CIRCLE.
I Order of Canadian Home Circles, mee
I in the 1.O.K. hall, si  Monday in enc
month,        F. N. DANIELL.Lender.
Mrs. KRASER, Secretary
Postofl.ee
Mail AaniVKS—
North daily except Sinnliiy      9:30 a. m
South     "       " " 3-10 p. in.
Mail Lkavkb -
Nnrll, daily except Sunday     .'It.', p. m.
South     "       " " !,:!■", a. in.
Glenemmti ami Falkland every
Moinl.-iy    5:00 p. m.
Spiilliimelieen and Hull I ':ir on
Mondays  5:00 p. m.
Fridays  9:30 a. ai
.1. M. Wbioht. Postmaster.
)1'ESBYTER1AN CHUKOH,
in its charge. Its labors for the
protection and training of outcast:
or mistreated children can hardly1
be overestimated, and Superintend-!
ent South is meeting with added
encouragement from all over the
I province.
I l
Mark Hill,since selling off the
larger portion of his fine Pleasant
Valley ranch,  hns  purchased  the
T, G. Bell half section  of timber
land on Otter hike.   An evidence
nf the rise in real estate  values  isi
1 wagon; 1  Deering mower; 1
stubble plow.   Apply, three and a
half miles Bouth of Armstrong, to
.Iiihn Robertson,
Pigs for Sale.
Pure-Bred Yorkshire pigs for
sale, ready to take from sow. Price,
including pedigree $1.1 each. If
taken without pedigree $."1 each.
These pigs are from Boloet stock,
and are line ones.
A. W. Hunter.
Wanted.
liirl to do light housework and
Services in S. Andrew's. Knderliy, at
11 a.m.; Zaun Church, Armstrong, at.
■ 7:30 p.m. every Sunday.- Kev. I). Campbell, Pastor.
0
HUKGH OF ENGLAND
St. Jnn.es' Church. Morning prober
11:00; Evening prayer 7:.W; Sum!,.)'
Bohool 10:00. Communion Hervlces "ti
first nnd third Sundays in ewh month
nt thu 11 o'clock service) on the second
und forth Sundays in each mouth arc
Early Celebration ut 8 o'clock.
Kkv. HowAun.). KiNU.M, A., Vicar.
R
OMAN   CATHOLIC.
Armstrong MarKets
The following prices
an-  being
paid for produce by the
Annstr,.':.g
Farmers'  Exchange:
Potatoes, per ton    -
-   $25.00
Carrots.
20.00
Parsnips
ao.oo
Beets
30.00
Turnips       "
-   uoo
Cabbage       "
5111 i i
Hay
-     12.50
Apples, per 10 Ib.   •
2.00
Pears
:''iii
Celery, per 50 Ib,   ■
:'.-.!
Poultry, per do/..
7.00
Eggs
50
Butter, per Ib.
HI i
Holy .Muss in 1.1). I-'. Hull, Armstrong,
Third Sunday in each ninth at 10 o'clock
1-VriiKU Doiival.
to competent person.   Apply  im-
The Advance,
ply the townspeople with this
1 necessary article fresh from the
best .Taney cows and unadulterated even with the the addition of
orpin puiu from Davis creek, nud
Geo. Wilson, for some time em-1 w||i no doubt Und n good patron-
ployed us second miller nt the Ok- !„,,,, j„ ||,jH |jlu,
iiungun flour Mills, left Tuesday     „„ ... .     ,
,.     v ,, , i     1 he receipts ot creniii nt the Ok-
lor Viincouver.     II   was   because i ,, '
imagaii   ( reuinery   are   now   the
of his abilities us a lacrosse player
that George lefi Armstrong) the
Vancouver club having found him
n lucrative position in order to se.
cure him on their lean, liy his
departure our team loses a valuable
member, whose place will bo lilled
with some difficulty, The boys
employed nt the mill tendered Illlll
ii biinipieti on tli.- eve of his dfl-
partnre.
A. .1. Atkinson, representing
the Vancouver Wire Wound Wood-
eii Pipe Co.. spent a day in town
the last of the week and favored
the public meeting Inst Friday
night with some Information concerning piping, cost of 8111110, etc.
Wooden water   pipe   is   becoming
more commonly used iu wutei
systems and the people of Armstrong are at present interested in
its merits and demerits in com-
pnrison with iron pipe for conveying water under high pressure.
since if found satisfactory this pip,
will be much cheaper for the proposal! enlarged main here,
shown by the fact that twelve years .        . .    ...    ..,, ,
'  ,, , ,       ,    , , i to assist with children; goal wages j
ago be could hnve purchased this . ,    . .    ,    ....
a  milk! same piece of land for $4.00 iier        ,. .  ,    ,
I f  *    ...'.     mediately to
seen  by acre, while ho has now paid SlL'.i0,| A   A  H
announcement elsewhere  in   this or just thrible the price of it twelve 1
ssue.   Messrs. Bird promise to sup. years ago   Mark  has   sold  the
timber off the land to T. K, Smith,
out of which he will realize enough
to make   the  land considerably
chenper.
Mr. und Mrs. II. A. Fraser nre
again residents of Armsrrong and
find a hearty welcome buck among
tin'ir old neighbors. For something,,ver a year Mr.   Frnser wns
For Sale.
White nnd nil cabbage plants
110 cents per 100; cauliflower 75
cents per 100: Brussel sprouts 1~>
cents (ier 100; kale and brocoli 75
cents per KKI; kohlrabi 7"> cents
per KKi. W. Winkler.
Professional
JAS. MURPHY,
Barrister nnd Solicitor.
WOOD. OAKGITjL BLOCK,
xp   TEMPLE CORNWALL,
l!arrister-at-Luw.
Solicitor and Notary Public
ARMSTRONG,    -    -    -   B.O.
InrgOSl ill the history of that insli-1 employed in .1. A, Schubert's gen-
tiitioii uml Itutteruinker Christian ; aral stare at Penticton, but arrived
requires to turn out  three  lurge Tuesday to ngaln assume charge of
churning!) II week   to   keep   even | his farm udjoining town.       While
Do you buy
Milk!
W.
F, PHASER, D.M, I)
DENTIST,
Wood Cnrglll Block,
lit and liflOto
: witli the work. Farmers who urn
so situated us to be nble to keep II
few cows have learned thai patronage to tho oroamory iB the iiiobI
profitable way of disposing of their
cream.
The numerous friends of Lee
Patten will learn with pleasure of
his successful graduation from
Woodstock College. Although
Lee. shortened his term there one
year by doubling up on his work-
that is, taking two years' work in
one—ho came through tin- examinations with lirst class honors. We
(join with bis many friends iu con-
grntulotlng him upon this significant ovidonca of his attention to
duties.    He. will arrive home about
! the middle of July to spend his
holidays, aftor which ho will enter
for a medical course in Toronto
University.
Mr. Frnser has ao fault to lind
with the lake country und reports
it ns going alidad very rapidly, he
iieverlheli-BB feels more ul home at
Armstrong nud is glut! to be once
more settled in his property  her,-.
Uev. Howard .1. King has circulated among the parishoners of St, MILK ll) iris for tl
.lames' the past week or two a,
MbI miking subscriptions towards
the erection of the new vicarage on
the situ recently purchiiscd of .1,
Siinington.   Thnt overSlOOO, to ho
paid during tl ext  three  years.
Iiiib been subscribed speaks unmistakably of the success that has
attended hisell'orts. Tlie members
of this church   hnve   procured   n
;    OIHoo Hours; 9iH0 to
ATMSTRONG,   -
13.0,
lllltli nm is. bug to Inform tho publlo
that they rrc pri-pure to supyly
FRESH   MILK   ANII   CREAM
ilollvornil in Iowa  nigh! mid morning
Prices:
CREAM flfto ant
Fraternal Societies.
LO. I/.. No. 1807,, meets in the
•   I.O.K. Lodge Room, tl ond
Saturday evening of each month at k
p.m.   Visiting brethren cordially Invited
F. X. DANIELS,    A, SCHUBERT,
Seoretary. W..M.
When Things
Don'i Go Right
handsome Bite for their vicarage,
und with the erection of the building proposed n conimendnblo addition will have bee da to their
church property,
With me 1 go on a
"bust" and forget
them. At other times
1 get a move on and
mind my own business.
OKANAGAN Black Preeeptory.
Meets In the Foresters' Hall, Armstrong, on the Thursduy, on or before the
full moon, at 8 p.m. visiting brethren
rordiiillv invited.
W. T. HOLTBY,      K. BENNETT,
Preceptor Registrar.
CORONATION Lodge.No. 48.
1. O. O. F.
Meets every Thursday evening in t In-
Odd Fellows' Hall, over Wood, Cnrglll
& I.'o'h. Store, at 8 o'clock, Sojonrniuc.
brethren are cordially invited to attend.
Synopsis of Homestead Regulations.
A.S'V available Dominion Lands within tho Railwii) Hell in British
i Coluinbin, limy be hoineHteudod by any
person tin- sole head of a family, or any
male over IH years ofnge, to ihe extent
of one-quarter sootlun of IdOncres more
or less.
Entry mast he made personally nt the
local land olllee lor the dlslrlel In which
Ihe Ian,I is sil Male.
The homesteader Is required t,. j.-r
form the conditionsenniieetod tberowlth
under one of the following plaasi
il. Al leusl n siv ninalhs' renidence
ii).',,n and uultlvntlonol the Innd in ench
year for three yenrs,
,'JiK ihe father n,r mother, Utile fail,
er is deceased, of ihe homesteader r>-
sides upon n farai in ihe vicinity of tl,..
1,1,1,1 entered lor. Ihe re,|lliri'lllell!s   a.- l.i
residence uai) beiatlstted by residence
a■ |miri said land.
,:iilf the settler has his permanent
residence uitni farming land owned
lo him in the vieinilv ol his homeateiul,
th, requirements as to residence maj he
sniislied l,y residence upon the said land
Six months'notice In writing should
be niveau, the Commissioner of Dominion Ian,l.sai Ottawa of intention to apply fur patent.
Coal lands miiy be purchased ntilO
per acre for soft coal and f^n (,.r aniline
cite.     Xot in,ire   ttlHIllKiO liens   eiU)   |„,
acquired i,i one individual or company.
Koynlty at the rat,-of lu cents per ton of
2,000 pounds shall be collected on ihe
gloss on,i nt
W, W, CORV,
Deputy of Minister of the Interior
N, II,   lliiiiiithorlzcd   piiblienlion "f
his advertisement will nol be |mld  for.
JAMES, the Painter.
W. J. SMITH, N.ll.
II. HAWKINS. V. O.
II. FRANCIS, Hoc See
pOURT
V   3450,
ARMSTRONG, No
I. O. F.
.Meet,ni-s nl tlu-ir hall  1 ■■■, Satuido
in
ench month
Visiting lire, hleneerdil
llv
invited.   11
Hawkins. h'.H.
Poultry.
PURE BRED
Hroivn Leg
horn nnd I'lomoutli Roek Poultry nnd
E'.'L's. Bome exeontiniinlly good )oung
Cockerels,,,« on hand.
L'lnsiiov, a.
T. W. MARSHALL The following is the report ol
attendance of the schools of i! ,
Municipality i i' S|itdlumctu!cu let
Man
V
Municipal Schools. NOTICE!
Pu Water Coxm beks:
Street sprinkling an I lawn taps
■an only bo used np to I) o'clock,
i, m., between 12 o'clock noon and
_ o'clock, p. m„ and iron, 6 to 10
,'clock, p. in . daily,
In case of tire all taps shall be Graduate Mlcs-Brpni SfilCOl...
z      ~, z      eg  | at once shut off,    Users of water 1 nm now prepared lo receive
10     lisl     sril U'hother inside or outside the town I       orders for piano timing and
i      [7.65     sin: i limits will bo governed  by these'
lies and in fractious will be dealt!
J. H. warren f=***=^^
^^-^^.^^^^^xf^^
/ I
nm, TiMg
I
Lamidowno
Knob Hill
Annsli'eng. art! tiiv GO
Armstrong, Unci div 51
Armstrong, 1st div f,7
Pleasant Valley.     II
40.43 82.U1
38.W 74.>
■la.77 B0.4I |
10.73 78-04
guarantee satisfai tiikv work
at rbahonable PUK l.s'.
Otter Lake..
Deep Creek.
20       14.71      7357
If,       10.41      lili.41
•i-,1     108.55      7!,. 11
A. F. & A. M. Election.
The election ol officers for Spttl-
liiiuchecn lodge No. Ill A. P, A A.
M., WHS held on Tuesday evening
last. A number of visiting broth-
efll   were    present,  among   whom
were VV M. Bro, P. Ijiirnes. Enderby, and K. \V. Bro. High man, Vernon, Elections resulted ns follows:
Worshipful Master, Bro. F, C.
CostertoniSr.VVarden.T.K. Smith:
Jr. Warden, R. R. Burns; Sec,
K. S. Pelly; Trens.. C. J. Becker:
Auditors. F. C. Wolfenden and A.
E. Morgan: Tyler, d.T. Bird. The
installation will take place ou
St. John the Baptist day. June 27.
Court of Revision
Notice is hereby given Hint  the
annual sitting   of   the Court of
Revision, for the purpose of hearing all complaints against the 'assessment for the year 1II0U ns mnde
by the assessor for the Municipality of Spallumcheen, will  be held
in the Council  room,  Armstrong.
on Wednesday.  July   loth, at  1(1
o'clock a. m.   Any person desiring
to make a complaint against their}
assessment must give ten days no-;
tice to the clerk in writing before I
said date.
L. W. Patten. 0. M.C.
with as provided for by the bylaw, j Address me at....
Geo. Murray,             i ARMSTRONG, B.O.|
.). Ham ill,                 ^^^__
P. ('. Wolfenden, 	
Water Commissioners.  flAAd
45-Acrti
Ranch
Wc sell Buggies.
Yes, and we also sell the....
20th century
washer...
The Best Machine nunle,
\Vin> Cable of all sizes,
Single mul double blocks*
Horse PorkB,
Churches' Hay Cars,
Champion Mowers ami Rakes
Thoniiw Steel Uny Tedders,
B. Francis
.FOR SALE.
Only half n mile from Armstrong. HI acres under cultivation
: balance good bottom land easily
I cleared, Good frame house, stable
i nml other buildings, With the
land will be sold one team, three
I cows, one steer, one brood sow, 8
dozen chickens, and full eipiipmeiit
! farm machinery.    Price $.r>(HI0.
...D. MITCHELL.
Watch and Jcicirj
H
OUSE
Painting'
Any man can throw paint on a
building, but if yon want n houre
painted you must troto u tradesman. I have hat! over 2", years'
experience and can give perfect
satisfaction in Painting, Paper
hanging. Kalsomininff, Signs, etc.
ESTIMATES
furnished For painting buildings
or ibrowing paint on tliem.
A. J. LAPWORTH.
Repairing
Leave your Orders with....
R. R. BURNS,
Agent fur
S.  R.  ASHE,
Jeweler, Vernon.
I
...     £ 1 t-SLr- ...
Bee Hive Supply store
?•> a-
, Armsirong
v^&\^ Barber
...Stoop
mmM.
SmMare,
j Are you coming
-TO-
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ARMSTSONG
-FOROUR-
and Billiard Hall.
The smoothest shaves, the neatest
haircuts and the cleanest. '
shampooB.
Shave loo,    Haircut 25o,       I'
A. N, RATLEDGE, . Proprietor|
GROCERIES
Onr Grocery Department still Ii-uiIb
both in the Quality of Goods and
 LOW PRICES	
Crosse & BUdkweii't Pieces, Blue Ribbon Catsup, Chili
Jauce and Other Seasonable Relishes.
Try our Chinese Preserved Ginger
Cool Drinks
Tbe season for these is now here and
we have the best, in town. A bottle
of one the following preparations in
the house during the   hot   weather
 will la- appreciated	
Fresh Lemon (quash at 75c per bottle. Eiffel Tower
powdered Lemonade 50c per tin.
(A spoonful ef either Ol these makes ii ulass nl Hie Ill's! Uitnotiado.)
Fresh Lime Juke, the Healthiest   ummer Drink.
LADIES* COLLARS
We have just received ll handsome
line of Ladies' Fancy Collars and
now offer the Latest Designs and
Shapes in Chiffon, Lace, etc	
Fancy Chiffon and Lace Jtocks 50c to $1.00.
til (oh :rc.
to p. c. discount for €a$b on Dry Goods.
Cm T. DA YKIN*
I If you will cull anil i
EMPIRE
Cream Separator
| ti22^tmZ^ti22^am-12S!!&
mmtZ^/m-Z^&Z^tZ*!;^
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■  151b Annual
I DOMINION   DAY
1 Celebration? |J
iinil nod' bow few purls
il hits, how perfectly
simple it. is, bow easy
it turns, bow perfectly
it skims, bow easily it
is keptelonn. ami how
strong and durable it
'■ is. ,viiu will at once de*
cide it is the separator
fur you. No separator
1 ever made such rapid,
strides in popularity
as the Empire. The
I est.smi is thai it satis-
! ties every purchaser.
i I ask the privilege of
: showing it. to you.
NEW DRAY LINE
Having opened a DKAY LINE in
Armstrong. 1 sollojt all kinds of work
in this line  at  LOWELT PRICES,
ALL KINDS OP TEAM   WORK.
PROMPT SERVICE OUR MOTTO.
H. Ehmke,Pr^
m. vou go m to build?
f so, il will pay you to see me
Estimates given.—
J. Siniinyion
CONTRACTOR
& BUILDER.il
Shop next Francis'
W. Christian,
Hiitteruiaker at Creamery,
as. TEWARD
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THE BEST PROGRAM
To Be Given in (be okanagan.
Special Sports fcr tbe CMIereit
See   Program   Later.
E. RHIAN,
j. Mcdonald,
C hairman. $<
GOD SAVE THE KING
Stone Mason.
Brick Layer,
Plasterer.
I am prepared lodo all kinds oi
work in these lines and giiuranl.ee
!   alislnt'liou.
Ill VKAHK RXPEBIKMOE,
Rkriurnoki Bpringhilti hull mile nortb
- ol Armstrong.
[ Orders may he left will, (.'. Addison.
cri'larv
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F.N.
DANIELS
I        * SON
CENERAI MACKSMTIIS.
FOR SALE.
I MeOornilck Hinder, 1 Urnntford
M„w, r. 1 I'Hnning Mill, I Straw , 'niter
111 ,"  Power.
F. N. DANIEL* -»-OM
Okanagan Flour
Mills Co. Ltd.
ARMSTRONG
B. C.
millers of a flour
THAT   IS   A
UNIVERSAL FAVORITE
-c— AGENTS FOR —am
^Peering machinery*
Feed Grains of AH Kinds  BOUGHT
AND SOLD.
Patronize Our .H^crfism anil $m money.
^»-—i6o /teres
i If Choice laud  in  Salmon
Arm Valley: '1 good houses and
outbuildings.   Will sell in block
or in  tractB  to suit purchasers.
EASY TERMS.   •   ■   Apply on
tho premises to....
3no. 01. Armstrong,
Salmon Arm, B. C
M.J. HENRYS
. ea*ma*mbaaa*ea4ma*a*0eaam*mm*a*aa*Mr*maaaWaMmr*M -M   I ** a,
I Nurseries, Greenhouse & Seedhouse
I Vancouver,   -   B. C.
i Head ipairlurg for
!   Pacific Goast Grown
Oardun   Mower   &   l-'ielil   Scuds
New crop aow In stock nnd on  tost la
jour Greenhouses.    Ask your merchant.
tor them in sealed pncltugos. If lie does
net. I die them »-e will mail l„ you
BU Assorted pnoketa of Vegetable or
Gordon aoatta tor $1.00
This is inir speein] Holctiton for li, O.
Spncial [irlous on your hulk s Is.
0.  C.  Grown   Fruit   and
Ornamental Trees
j Now retiily r,,,- spring Khipuienl, oxtrtt
,,.,', Htot'lt of m it Hvein- Apple lreen lit
620.00   per   100: 5180,1X1  por   hum
Sfnyniird   plum Sl.l iieh.     Itullnn
in-line, L' year , 1,1 fine .-.'. , 0 per 100.
sugar prune - yeiu old lln, S10 per lull,
I nil lisl ol otliei stock in regular prices
l,i I mi, pi-lee your list heforc placing
, i it "i [Ier. GrcenholiHe, Klornl v irk
Hue sli|,|ill 'S. Frail p,i, liitges, I'Vi-liliss-
em,, le.   1 'utnloiflie l-'ree.
M.J. HENRY,
','UlOWestiuinstcr lei. Vancouver.

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