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 Ufye
and Spallumcheen AeVocate.
Ad
vance
MHtM It lie IKtrcsts a Arsutruf iH Msirki, Ac CMcest Mrflu •■ He fmns mum vniq.
««S-&*&IM.''
VOL. I.
ARMSTRONG, B. 0„ FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1906.
NO 50.
1001
LOWER TAXES
WOULD be a most desirable change. But since that
appears to bo out of the question just now the best
thing to do is to SAVE THE TAX MONEY by dealing
with ARMITAGE & PAUL,  the Peoples' Furnishers.
A Real GeineiMi wears a Good
We fit the bolt men in the city with i.roiwr Headwear, Neckwear,
Shoe wear, and Clothing and wh want to include YOU.
Buy wlwt ti Bccottiig aid Comfortable.
SEE OUR—
UU%t Styles and Shapes, etc. in Bats.
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   IS   THE   TIME   TO   GET  YOUR MADE-
TO-ORDER SUIT.      OUR STOCK IS COM-
PLETE AND YOU  WILL HAVE   NO
DIFFICULTY   IN   CHOOSING.
I
.^flrmitage
The Leading Gents' Fnmiiheri
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SATURDAY'S MEETING.
SWINDLER DETECTED.
Many
Towns Swindled by Rot-
erend Gentleman.
Proposal to Borrow $20,000 Caued
Generous Discussion.
The public meeting of the rate-! 8everal town8 of the Provinc"
payers of the municipality called Mfvelafely awakened to the fact
by Reeve Schubert last Saturday jthnt they have >*n swindle<1 b? •
for the purpose of discussing the! Ke,llemnn- who with th» hm,dle of
proposal of borrowing $20,000 to Rev to hiB nftme !«* falleonght
be expended on the public high
ways with the view of making permanent roads may in many ways
be characterized as having been
s most interesting one, and the
liberal discussion of the road question plainly evidenced tho lively
interest taken in affairs of their
welfare by the farmers of the district. The only exception that could
Rev. to his name
j aid for suffering Macedonian chil
dren.   Rosslnnd appears to have
j been the victim of his largest haul
of illgotten funds. In November
last Rev. J. A. Day, D. D., visited
that city and made an appeal for
the children of the Macedonian orphanage nt Ashata, Rogen, Macedonia, stating that their parents
had been foully and cruelly mur-
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have been taken by a casual on-i*"*1 by inhdel Turks and that he
looker to the proceedings was the <fcsire(l to fiml home8 for thom
tendency on the part of a few to! Wme christian families in order
enter too far into mattersof p^.^ljat they mightgrownp amid moral
sonal grievances or dwell too ex-' surroundings «'"' influences. He
tonsvi-ly on the faults of former \ ^hl^ ttl!,t !t WM only nt the
councillors, all of which would be | **"' of his brother's life that he
better left unme.itioned at this late lwas 01,t here Beekin« homes for th(i
j te | orphans, as his brother had to be
come a hostage for his return, and
unless he went home within a certain time it was hard to tell what
the Turks would do with his kinsman. "
Rev. J. A
100)
Reeve Schubert   opened   the
! meeting with a few well chosen remarks explanatory to the aims of
the council in bringing the matter
whicli hns been an open question
in the municipality for a number
of years, to the attention of the
people for their consideration. He
i was not pushing the matter either
[ from his pe: sonal views or as head of
! the council, but wished the matter
to be thoroughly discussed and intelligently decided by the people.
He had prepared no estimates and
secured no expert opinion so was
not, in a position to say evpn aj>-
proximately how far the $20,000 or
$25,000 if borrowed would go in
putting the roads in the condition
SAY!
You ought to see onr Spring Stock of Mens, Youths and
Boys Clothing. We handle the best in Canada. W. R.
Johnston of Toronto and the Campbell Clothing of Montreal,
They certainly are up-to-date in Style and  Workmanship,''"
Fcicc iM Chlckcfl Wire
just arrived in car direct from  Montreal,  also Nails of all
sizes at right prices.
WfFC dlvlv
Direct from Manufacturers and tbe price is O. K Dont
make yourselves old men digging out stumps but call and get
• box of Thos. Hamilton Stumping Powder which will Mow
ont mow stamps in one hour than you could dig'out. in sis
asonthe.   Fuse and caps also on hand.
sues
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I We can knock tho spots off anything in the Valley in Mens
Ladies, Misses and Childrens Shoes.   Just call and have a
look at onr Ladies and Misses Oxfords in black and tan.
We are also handling this year Mens,  Ladies & Childrens
tennis canvass shoes.
creckem
Ail kinds at rook bottom prices.   Everybody knows that our
Crockery stock is complete and at priees within reach of oil.
WOOD CARGILL CO*-
Day preached in the
church and the recital of the
wrongs suffered by his fellow
Christians and of the orphans in
Macedonia left but few dry eyes in
the church. Children under 10
years of age, said the reverend
gentleman, could be had for nothing by those who desired to adopt
them, but between the ages of 30
anfl 15 years it was necessary to
put up $50 each to pay for fheir
passage from Macedonia to Ross-
land.   A number put up $50 and
proposed. His suggestion would jhe Katho,red together $o00 in the
be to borrow $25,000 for the term! city and lef*■ Besides Rosslnnd he
of fifty years at the rate of 4 per ! worked nearly every town iu Brit-
cent, for which the present sumiif,h Columbia and then went to
set aside annually for gravelling |Alberta- Tt »certain that his ill-
would about pay the interest and j gotten gains amounted to $20,000.
sinking fund. |    When last heard of he was oper-
After liberal discussion in which! atinS n,ear Medicine Hat, Alberta.
One of his victims in Rossland
wrote to the Macedonian orphan-
were engnged T. Leduc. Donald
Graham, Dr. Offerhons. T. W. Marshall, Councillor Murray, Isaac
Heard, F. C. Wolfenden, G. Lynn,
Donald Matheson, W. W. Rogers,
W. H. White and others the matter simmered down to the question
of how far the sum in question
would go in doing the work sought
to have done, upon which there
was a great diversity of opinion,
the concensus of thought being
that a sum less than $75,000 or
$100,000 would be wholly inadequate to accomplish anything like
the work thnt should be done if
such a plan were adopted. In view
of this it was finally decided that
the council appoint a committee of
three men selected from the municipality to inspect the main roads,
ascertain the amount and nature of
work to be done on each, and in
this way form an intelligent estimate of the extent of work to be
done for the proposed sum. As
soon as this commission has completed its work another public
meeting will be called by the reeve.
R. S. Pelly acted as secretary of
the meeting.
age to ascertain when the orphan,
whose passage he had paid, was
coming. He received a reply stating that no such orphanage existed
and that there was no such person
known in that district as Rev. J.A.
Day, D. D. The police arc now
endeavoring to locate him.
WHY
SHOULD YOU READ THE ADVANCE?
BECAUSE it helps to advance   your district.
BECAUSE it is the cnly .means to get the newB.
BECAUSE it is owned and published in Armstrong
Meat Market Sold.
a,    	
We nre enabled this week to
note still another change in the
business composition of Armstrong.
Henry Hnwkins, whose butcher
business has been advertised for
Bale in our columns the past few
weeks, this week disposed of his
meat market here to Knight & Co.,
of Vernon, who will assume charge
of the same next Monday. Mr.
Hawkins will hereafter give all his
attention and devote his energies
to the improvement of liis line
fiirm adjoining town,
Chinese Deported.
The usual calm atmosphere of
Penticton waB rippled last week by
a stir of excitement caused by the
importation of a number of Chinese
into the town by the Southern
Okanagan Land Co., who intended
to employ them in their orchards
in this part of the valley.. As
soon as the news of the intent of
the land company spread among
the denizens of our neighboring
town their. ire immediately rose
and they were up in arms against
the importation of Chinese labor
in competition with the whites
A vigilance committee was organized and soon after the Celestials
were housed in a granary for the
night a mob gathered, forced them
to the lake shore and onto
the steamer Aberdeen, n collection
was taken to pay their fares to
Kelowna, and a sentry placed on
duty to see that all left on the return trip the following morning.
The police have taken the matter
up, the superintendent of police
now being on the ground from
Victoria, It is expected that several arrests will be made The
majority of the business men and
residents of the town appear to belong to the "vigilanoa committee"
and it is reported that all who do
not will be boycotted by tho rn-
niiiiider iii' the po] illation.
Germs
Smells
Bugs!
Are knockod out in tho first round by Standard Disinfectants,
—-SUCH AS	
CHLORIDE ef LIME.
CARBOLIC ACID,
CREOLIN and SULPHUR.
See our Housecleanidg Goods.
3fte Armstrong Pfiarmacy,
R. R. Bums,     -        -       Druggist.
Salmon River Appropriation.
Word hns been received by the
secret iry of the Liberal Association that in response to their resolution forwarded to the department
of Public Works recently the resident engineer has been instructed
to commence work on Salmon river
at once. This information will
be welcome news to onr friends residing near the upper end of river.
The appropriation referral to wns
one that was made some time ago
for oleaning the. bed of the river
for the benefit of residents who
wish to drive logs down the river.
It is confidently expected thnt the
work will be commenced now in a
few weeks, so that the residents
will^benetit by. the same for the
present season.
For Sale.
A new, fifteen - jewel. B- day
watch. Guaranteed a good time
keeper. The 8-day watch is the
latest novelty and will attract wide
attention.   Inquire nt   ■
This Office,
Death of John Main.
Mrs, Geo. Patchett is in receipt
of the news of the Budden death of
her brother at Hudson, N. Y.,
caused by an attack of pleurisy.
By request we reproduce the following from his obituary notice in
the Hudson Register:
Mr. Main was a native of England, and was one of five children
who came to this country when
small with their mother. The
children were left orphans shortly
after their arrival in| this land by
the death of their mother. The
children went to live with an uncle, Mr. Storey, of Cntskill, and as
they grew up, went out [to earn
their own living To their credit
they did well, from poor orphan
children one of them is to-day close
to being a millionaire brick maker,
while John in middle life had earned a competence nnd had accumulated far more, than the average
business man in this city who had
been in business the same number
of years as himself i ,
From Cntskill John went to
Highland, where he learned the
harness making trade with his
brother George, who was then in
business nt that place. Here Mr.
Main married his wife and soon
after came to Hudson. He worked
for a short time for Philip Van
Derpole, and then went into business for himself. He had a shop
on Columbia street for a brief period, but for about twenty years he
has occupied his present place of
business on Public Square. He
waB nn expert and his business
grew until he was the leading man
in his line of business in this city,
and there was hardly a man
throughout the country who had
UBe for saddlery goods but knew
Mr. Main.
Mr. Main wan a good straightforward citizen, lie was a true
and loyal friend, and perfectly
honest in all hisdeaUngs,
Engineer.
A competent engineer of fifteen
years' experience requires situation in the Okanagan. Stationary
engine preferred.   Address
"Engineer." care The Advance.
Eggs for Hatching.
White    Leghorn    or    Golden
Wyandottes.   Per  setting   of 1">
eggs, $2.01),delivered ut Armstrong.
Leave orders with -Mrs. A. Shary.
E. J. Wilson.
PUBLIC NOTICE!
Municipality of Sp*llumch««n.
Public Notice is hereby given
to the electors of the Municipality
of Spallumcheen that I require the
presence of the said electors at the
Foresters' Hall Armstrong, on
Monday April 2,1'JOfi, at 12 o'clock
noon, for the purpose of electing
five persons to represent them as
School Trustees.
The Mode of nomination of candidates shall be as follows:—The
candidate shall be nominated in
writing; the writing shall be subscribed to by two voters of the
Municipality of Spallnmcheen, as
a proposer und seconder, and shall
be delivered to the Returning Officer at any time between the date
of the notice nnd 2:00, p. m., of the
day of nomination: and in the
• event of u poll being necessary,
| such poll will be opened on Saturday. April 7. 1506. of which every
person is hereby required to take
notice and govern himself accordingly.
Given under my hand nt Armstrong, the 2fltb day of March, 190ti.
L. W. Patten.
Returning Officer.
Advance
and the
Winnipeg'
Free Press
for one year
-^ONLY $1.75 The
ARMSTKONCi, H. 0.
tUGCHE RHIAH.
Advance r* * *■ ^^ fSr "n,li
 I towns of the west, ami while many
I of us who have learned to admire
PUBLISHED  EVERY  FRIDAY AT,ami enjoy   base   ball   will   regret!
|seeing the great   American   game,
Publlaher.' t>>vl'" a back seat,  as   it  were,  lu-1
 erosse appears to be gaining in
Subscription 11.50 pur year in advanoe. favor rapidly and we trust Arm-
If nut paid in advanoe $200. j strong will be enabled to show up
among the front ranks with as goal
Advertising rates given an application. L tl..,m n8 |my towu  o( ^.^  giz0
j in the province,   It is hoped that
JOB PRINTING A BPKCIALTY.      •       .   ! . ,,
j in whatever sport they may enter
during
Notices of chiinib services and enter
the Benson, lacrosse, base
toinuu-nts where no admission is obarged IMl. foot baU, or whatever may be
Inserted tree, otbcr notioes at usual ohosen, there may exist a friendly
rotes,   Cards of thanks tl. and healthy rivalry between the
■-- ' I towns of the valley.   Some of the
Th*. Advanoe is published in the inter
eats of the town and iliHtrii-t in whiob.
It exists and oordlnlly solicits ttm patronage uf tin1 public
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EDITORIAL NOTES.
CITY INCORPORATION
City incorporation has received | wee'!
but little attention during the past
couple of months, bnt with the advent of the spring season when the
various needs of the town become
apparent, the subject becomes
again one of considerable moment
to every business man and resi-
di nt of what is known now only in i receive or expect
name as the town of Armstrong.! "le board.
It is not, the desire or wish of any j secretary,.
that any steps towards incorpora-! tionally wi
tion or in any other manner should
be taken that would in any way
whatsoever detract from the importance of the municipality or
lessen its prestige as one of the
leading rural organizations of the
province. It cannot be seen, however, wherein the incorporation of
its
in
detriment to the municipality.
On the other hand it is only reasonable to assume that an opposite
effect would be the result. If the
incorporation of the town would
be bvniriciul to the town as ll town
it could not but be an advantage in
an equal degree to the municipality. For the interests and aims
of the two are identical and inseparable. While the town has
undoubtedly prospered under capable and judicious municipal government, there are now a sufficient
number of residents within the
town to warrant a separate and
distinct administration of local affairs. With a city and a rural
council working in harmony with
each other the Spallumcheen would
even more than ever become known
as the banner district of the province.
experiences of the last season or
two should be. forgotten and all
join hands in friendly sport. Armstrong will do her share. Will
other towns do the same t
SCHOOL   ELECTION.
Every patron of the schools of
the municipality   should bear in
mind the election of trustees next
The first year under the
new Act will in many ways be the j
most important andresponible and I
in the interests of the schools only j
the best men. in whatever part of |
the municipality should be placed
at the head of the school affairs.
Armstrong ns a town should not i
my monopoly of
However, the present
F, M,  Wright. iB excep-
'II fitted for the position |
of trustee, and as he is   deeply   in-
terested   in  the   welfare  of   the
schools of the district as  a  whole I
we believe tho patrons could do no !
better than place him as one of the I
members of 1 lie   new board.    The I
remander of the board can easily j
FARMERS!
We are now located in Armstrong and   open   for   business.
We have a few wants of which the following are some:
WE WANT   every Farmer in the  Municipality  to  cull  at
our affice the first   time you ire in town.
WE WANT   to meet you personally.
WK 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 wishes to sell to  give  ns  a
chance to dispoBe  of your property and learn
how quickly we can do it
WE WANT   you to come in and   have a chat.     We would
like to explain our method of doing   bnBincBsJ
SEES
Office in Francis Block
H.P.
« RC.I tSWR AfCMS,A•_■_*
Vernon
Jhe town into a corporation of
own would   in   anyway   :eiult
A LOYAL BRITISHER,
The editor of the Advance can
no longer be classed as an alien to
the country in which we seek to
secure our existence and in which
we expect to make our future home.
We had a birthday last week, and
we commemorated that birthday by
swearing allegiance to the sovereign
of our land, King Edward VII.
Forswearing allegiance to the land
of one's birth and becoming a
citizen of another country is a
responsible deed, nnd no matter
with what country associated we
venture is seldom done without
more or less reluctance. In our
own case, after five years' residence
under the British flag waving over
Canadian soil we have become sufficiently imbued with the ideas ol
Canadian government to willingly take upon ourselves the full
measure of duty ami responsibility
of citizenship. Canada, we believi
offers as much liberty, the fundamental principle of national citizenship as any country of the world.
and we can see no reason aside
from mere sentimentalism why any
should shrink from his duty in
putting himself in the full enjoy.
ment of the franchise of the
country.
be composed of representative men
picked from different parts of the
municipality.
TREE PLANTING.
The suggestion of tree planting
on the streets and thoroughfares
of the town is one that 1b deserving
of 'careful consideration. The
Armstrong district is admired by
all for the beauty of its natural
scenery, and the fame of the many | %
pleasant and beautiful drives
throughout the municipality has
become the subject of admiration '! J
of.all who have had occasion toll;
visit the district. In keeping with!' [
the kind hand of Nature it, now be- |
hooves the residents of the town
to do their part in keeping the
town on a par with that of the surrounding district. The planting of
trees may be bo easily and economically done that there should
be no legitimate reason for not thus
beautifying the town, and the returns to be gained through the
attractiveness of the place can not
well be overestimated.
MILLINERY
Our Trimmed A
Ready lo Wear
HATS
Now Ready
3f\e Ccttcst Styfe in Ve.Cit.gs
£v>erytf.ing Meat in fcaces & ftecftwear
+--MRS. W. S. FISHER
' "Land of the BIG RED^
 APPLE"	
HAVE YOU
Confidence in tbe Growth and
future of Armstrong?
If so, make money on your Confidsnce by securing right
now a few lots in the new
Fairview Addition
These lots are offered below their real value, have free connection with the water main and have splendid drainage. The
soil is the best adapted for fruit and gardening of any addition thnt has yet been opened up. We are 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 NEXT YEAR.
JSP Watch and see if our predictions are correct.
.FISHER & SAGE.
Money to
Loan.
Bank of Montreal
Head office: Montreal
CAPITAL, all paid up »14,000,000. Rest. 110,000,000
Balance I'rotlt and Loss account, $378,088,
PRESIDENT,
Right Hon.  Lord Sirnihcnnn and  Mount Royal,
VICE-PRESIDENT, Sir Geo. A. Drummond, K.C.M.G.
!  aCpJlr IV fnfanfanfai fatiftnfrifa- MaWft-ifVfVlan(>if»-if>-.fWarif>.
G. MOBERLY...
^ CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
All Kinds  of Carpenter  WorK  at   reasonable
Prices
sash Doors. Mouldings and Glass.
Turning, Band Sawtnng, Picture FRAMING.
Br Flans and Specifications Prepared.
Branches in all the principal cities and towns iu Canada.    Also in
the following cities :-  London, Eng.; 22. Abchiirch   Lane,   E. C.
New York,nil Wall Street : Chicago, 188 La Salle Street: Spokane,
Wash.: St. Johns Newfoundland.
Bankers and Correspondents : Liverpool, Bank of Liverpool.    Scotland, British Linen Co'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 Citv.
SAVING'S BANK DEPARTMENT.
Deposits received from fl upwards and interest allowed at current rates.
Interest entered 30th June, and 31st December
Wlthdrawale   on   demond   without   delay.
Ranchers and country business given special attention.   Municipal and school
district accounts received on favorable terms.    Special attentkn given to the
handling of municipal and other debentures.
BANKING BY MAIL.
Deposits may bo made and withdrawn by mail.    Out-of-town accounts receive
every attention.
OKANAGAN DISTRICT:
C.OCRBr,
AHMSTHOmt C. 4. Taylor, tub. Absent. KCLOWHA
t. *. V.lbtcOllntock, tub. Agent. P. DuUonlln, Smb. Amont.
G. A. HENDERSON,
Varaoia, Managar,
CHINESE LABOR.
The action of Penticton citizens
in forcing out of town Chinese imported to clear land may be taken
as an indication of the feeling of
public sentiment in many places
with regard to the employment of
Chinese labor. In many instances
these Chinese are being employed
to do various kinds of labor, while
white men are unable to secure
employment. Without saying the
bold procedure of the Pentlotonites
iB right, this wholesale importation
of Chinese labor iB certainly growing to an alarming extent and if
continued it is difficult to see just
where lies the future of the working men of some sections of our
own couiiUy.
SUMMER SPORTS.
The question of summer sports
in the valley is now to the fore.
Armstrong Is now devoting tin
bulk of its energy to the organization of a lacrosse club, and it is ex.
peoted n good team will repreBenl
the town in thin line during tin
summer, Lacrosso this season i
attracting greater attention  ll
A REQUEST,
It would be 3 matter of interest
to residents iib well as to strangers
to know approximately the number
of fruit trees set out in the Spallumcheen municipality during the
present season. To this end the
Advance would like that every farmer In the municipality who iB enlarging his orchard or is setting
out new would advise ns of the
number of trees being planted this
spring. This information will be
the more valuable if secured from
the former himself than from the
various nursery representatives
selling here, Kindly advise us
personally or by card the number
if trees you are setting, and we
vill ^-t nt the matter in an within "ontic manner.
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]  Spring'...
i  Housecleaning
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all the requisites to make
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MCPHERSON ft HOLTBY,
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Bakery, coniecilonery
All kinds of Candies, Cigars,
etc.   Fruit in Season.
Fancy Pastry.
We tire prepared to receive orders in this line for one of the
BEST BAKERS IN THE INTERIOR.
A. SHARY,
Near C. P. R.
Depot.
Spring Harness.
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I have just received my new stock
and can supply yon with anything
you need for Spring Work.
C. L. CHRISTIAN,
The - Armstrong - Harness - Store.
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Patronize Our Advertisers and Save money.
H. HAWRINvS
:BUTCHER=
Wholesale and Retail
The beat ataaka and roasts a aneohUty.
Fish and game In season.
live Stock bought at top price.
 MAIL  ORDERS	
receive  most   particular attention.
| Aimnn^ MEAT MARKET.
*—sWiiolesale & Reiall==
All kindB of Fresh and Cured Meats always in stock
Pish and Fowl in season
BestPrices for Fat StocK and Poultry.
\ Mail Orders a Specialty.
Geo. Murray,
Poultry Wanted PrOti.
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The new office at the flour mills April 15th is Easter. Easter
is being treated to a coat of paint, bonnets will be in evidence.
Geo. Patchett, is moving his I J. M. Bin), contractor, was a
family out to the form for the business passenger to Vernon be-
summer. tween trains yesterday.
The initiatory degree was ex- Clarence Daniels sustaind a pain-
cmpliried at last week's meeting of jful injury Monday morning through
Coronation lodge 1.0. 0. F. a kick from a horse.    His injuries
A special meetingof the L. O. L. jWBfe "<>* Beriol«'-
No. 1807 is called for |to-night for     Street sprinkling is the latest
the   purpose of  advancement of | harbinger of spring.    There are
not many places where sprinkling
is required in March.
members.
Mrs. J. Crczier is improving
hor residential property on Wood
avenue by the construction of a
handsome picket fence.
R. L. Lucas takes up his duties
next Tuesday as currier on the
Armstrong-Hull Car-Falkland-
Ulenemma mail route.
A handsome new sign, the handiwork of Artist Lnpworth, adorns the
new real estate office of H. P. Lee,
of which A. S. Elsom is the local
manager.
Miss Beatrice Hamill entertained n number of her young friends
Mrs. .T.R.Linton, of Enderby, Wednesday afternoon in honor of
was a guest at the Advance home hf thirteenth birthday. A very
Tuesday, She and Mrs. Mathews pleasant tune was enjoyed by
having taken advantage of the ™™ Present,
pleasant weather and driven down, I Work of grading the roads under
the latter spending the day with; the direction of the municipal
the family of .las. Leverington.      ; council was started for the season
,f.H. Bartlett and wife, Who! yesterday. The first work is be-
wem burned out of their home,'»« '1("»' °" tho S'»lm°n riv«r r°"(1
on the Glanser place last week,|neM H.Swanson's.   Geo. Levins
left Tuesday for Chilliwack, where
they will attend to the disposal of
their property in preparation of returning here and purchasing land
is superintending the grader.
i We are requested by Messrs
Davidge it Co., victoria, to announce that their traveller. Fred
G. Moberly wan a passenger to
Vernon Wednesday.
We understand arrangements are
being made by the business men to
begin the observance of the weekly half holiday about the middle of
April.
L. Fox of Essex county .Ontario,
was amongst the prospective settlers the past week. Mr. Fox is n
fruit grower of a good many years
experience and thinks from what
he has seen and heard of the Okanagan thnt he will be very well suited if he can secure a good location
here.
Painting season has arrived
again and many of the residence
and business places of the town
will this spring be treated to improvements in the way of paint.
Armstrong is known for the tidy
appearance of its buildings and
every property owner should do:
his share towards maintaining this:
reputation.
Miss May Patchett hns been engaged during the week delivering
books, for wich she solicited orders
during the past winter. Miss May
by reason of the number of orders
Bhe has taken has proved herself
a successful and energetic canvasser. Among those for which she
received orders were Bome very
good and useful works.
W. C. Potts, formerly of Victoria
arrived from Revelstoke Wednesday to accept a position in the
tailoring department of Armitnge &
[Mow Spring Goods?*
I Just Arrived |
We have just received our .immense stock of |
Spring Goods which we are now placing on
display
I ClKy include
• Dress Goods in all the very latest lines. I
$wi$$ and Lace Curtains.
These Roods are direct from the
I
I
I
I leading' Canadian ®, European
Houses
•#—«-—     if^ Mil   THE LOWEST
John Hamill,
THE LOWEST
PRICE STROE. j
**wl
Lacrosse Clnb.
A goal attendance was present
Official Directory
Hank Martin has been doing Richardson, has been compelled to
some goal work Stumping with his postpone his trip through this
traction engine during tho past | territory owing to illness, be being
few weeks. Hank has solved the;nt Praent in the hospital at Vic-
problem of pulling   stumpB,   for, toria.
with his 20-horse engine and double \ The weather of the past week
block he can pull about anything! has been more springlike than for
he hitcheB onto. i a few weeks previous and indica-
Mrs. Hugh Cnmmings has lately |tions now are *«* BP"ng has op-
enjoyed a visit from her father, H
Railway Time Table
,     (Shuswa? .fc Okanahan Railway)
last week for the organization of a, Arrives from North daily except
-'   "  "- "        9:26 a.m.
Paul.|Mr, Potts cpmesrecommend-1 at the meeting announced by us
ed as a first cIubb workman and last week for the organization of a
we are pleased to note the increase | lacrosse club Monday evening, and ; A^nedBYrom g,,,,^ dailvMoept
a lively interest evinced by those    Sunday  3:2J
!h»a. in
3:.'M p. m.
Pughe, of Golden.   Mr. Pughe ex-
ened in earnest.   Though a little
cool at night the days are ideal for
pressed himself as favorably im.j the season. The beginning of the
pressed with the Spallumcheen, |warm weather is somewhat later
and it is not improbable that he!than laBt vear
may decide to return and take up The tree setting season has ar-
his residence here at Bome future j rived and many of the nursery rep
I of business at our up-to-date furnishing store that warrants the employment of a second tailor.
Jas. Hodd, who spent Some' days
here in the capacity of inspector
for the Dominion
during the time the local mill was
filling the order for flour to be
shipped to Japan, was so favorably
impressed with this district that
he returned here last week to take
date.
The lists for the May court of
revision closed last Monday. It is
always in order, however, to make
application to become registered
as a voter and if application was
not made before the above date no
loss of franchise at the next election will ensue, although your name
will not appear on the printed list.
F. T. Jackson, the first of the j
week closed the deal with W. J.
resentatives are already busy with
receiving the early shipments of
spring stock. The present season
will see a very large amount of new
nursery stock planted in this dis
trict, which with the large amount
set out last year is but a forecast
of the dimensions to which the
frnit industry will have reached in
a few years.
The nomination for   the   new
school trustees takes place next
Knapp, of Fire Valley, whereby he j Monday, with the election if one
became the owner of the residence |iB required next Saturday. Accor-
in which he has been living for!ding to the new act the school
the past few months, Mr. Jackson,
like many of the rest of us, has
learned that owning your own residence is far preferable to paying
toll to a landlord, and in his late
purchase has secured what will no
donbt be made to rank amongst
the numerous attractive dwellings
in the town.
According to current rumors it
is the intention of the management
of the Stepney ranch to improve
the property this spring by some
extensive building, amounting in
all to some $10,000. As the management is changing somewhat
from their former method of wain
growing to a more extensive interest in dairying, a considerable
amount of new outbuildings will
be reqnired, to say nothing of the
preparation for the extensive frnit
growing.
E. J. Watson was made happy
Wednesday by the arrival of his
wife and five children from Moge-
towan, Ont. Mr. Watson has been
here for the past six months, during which time he hns secured a
twenty acre tract from J. 0. Patton's
place south of town, has built a
comfortable dwelling, hns a good
start in dairying and poultry, and
now with the arrival of his family
is in ship shape to begin residence
in their new location. He has nho
ordered-some 700 or 800 fruit trees
to be planted on his place this
spring, and will soon have made
system is more or less completely
revised and some radical changes
are made in the administration
of school matters. In municipalities the schools are all under the
supervision of one board, composed of seven trustees, elected at large
throughout the municipality, hence
the call for election here so soon
after our late school election.
The writer spent last Sunday at
the home of C. Crosder, in company with A. W. Hunter nnd family
Mr, Crozier's beautiful home is
one of the best in the district and
is a striking object lesson of the
possibilities that lie before those
who are at present taking up homes
in the district. Twenty years ago
his farm of 480 acres was in its
virgin state covered heavily with
timber. Not being'especinlly burdened with an abundance of financial means at the time of taking up
his residence, the improvement of
today represents only the result
of years of labor and careful attention to duty .which alone are worthy
of the highest degree of success.
He now has one hundred acres under n splendid state of cultivation,
his residence being a model of modern commodious farm dwellings,
while bis orchard of 700 trees is
known as one of the best in the
Spallumoheen. It would take a
good] many thousands t o b u y
Charlie's interests today, and he
is now in a position to spend his
his place one of the most attractive declining years in the full enjoy-
in the district. meat of his past years of labor.
present. After a free discussion
of the subject it was decided to
proceed with the organization of
the club which was done with the
",\ ","**™*u*| election of the following officers:
Government !Hon   p^ J§ M. ^j, presi.
dent, Dr. Vnnkleek; Sec.-Trens.;
A. E. Armitage; Captain, Geo.
Wilson; exeeutive committee, Geo.
Smith, W. W Wolfenden, John
Daykin.   The energetic secretary
p. m.
a second look around, sizing upi,     , ...     .,    . -   .
. „ '. \. fihas been rustling the town during
especially some properties on which:., ,   .     .?       ,. ., ..        ,
* the  week in  the  solicitation  of
he had an eye with a view to pur-
charing.
School Inspector Gordon was in
town this week, on official duties: jfl.OO.
We are pleased to state that the
Armstrong school is in a most satisfactory condition in every way,
and ranks amongst the best public
schools in the province. The teaching staff, including Principal
Wilson and his subordinates are
each ably qualified for their respective departments nnd general
satisfaction is evinced amongst the
the pntrons of tho school.
members and has met with n
hearty response from the people of
the town.   The membership fee is
Onr "Provincial Fair.
Farmers' Institute.
The meeting  of the Spallum-
The Provincial Fair at Arm-
strong this year will be a big affair. $6,000 is being spent on an
agricultural building. Mayor
Keary, of New Westminster is urging a special excursion from the
Coast to Armstrong for the occasion.—Revelstoke Mail-Herald.
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.
Reeve—A. Schubert.
Clerk and assessor--L. W. Patton.
TrettBUrer and collector—J. M. Wright.
Councillors—
Geo. Murray, W, Hallam, J.
Hartwell, K. B. Main.
Post-office
Mail Arrives—
North daily except Sunday
South    "
Mail Lkavks—
1 North daily except Sunday     3i4fi p. m.
| South     "      " " 11:1.", a. m.
] Glenemma and Falkland every
I    Monday 6:00 p. m.
j Spalluniohoon and Hull Car ra
Mondays 5:00 p. m.
Fridays 0:30 a. m.
I J. M. WitNir--, Postmaster.
M
Churches
ETHODIST CHURCH.
Divine Service will be held 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.-Rev. A. N.
Miller, Pastor.
pPESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Services in S. Andrew's, Enderby, at
11 a.m.; Zion Church, Armstrong, at
7:30 p.m. every Sunday,—Kev. D. Campbell, Pastor.
QHURCH OF ENGLAND
St. James' Church.   Morning Prayer
and Holy Oommunion at 11 a. in. and
Evening Prayer and Sermon at 7:30 p.m.
every Sunday.   Sunday school at 2:30
H J Kinu, Vicar
R
OMAN   CATHOLIC.
Strawberry Plants.
, A large number of Clyot.Magoon,
W. Belt and   Henry  strawberry
cheen Farmers' Institute held in I plants for sale, @ $6 00 per 1000, or
the I. O. F. hall last Tuesday after- j 70cts. per 100.   Apply
Winkler,
Armstrong,
noon was attended by a number'of
the leading farmers of the -district,
though from a point of numbers
the attendance was not ns large us
the importance warranted, The
speakers of the day were W. C. Mc-
Killican, of the seed division of
the Dominion Department of Agriculture, and Robt. Thompson, of	
St. Catherines, Ont.   Mr. McKilli-1""" Fop Sale Cheap.
can dealt with   the  question of I    . ,, „ ,, . ,
,  ,    „. ..    j        . 1 Mellotte cream separator,good
seed, dwelling on the importance1 **        '"
of having good, pure seed and see- i '      ™ »
ing that it is as nearly free from
weed seed as possible. Several instances were cited to plainly show
the    advantages   to  the  farmer
For  Sale
A number of Magoon Strawberry
plants @ 75 cts. per  hundred  or
$6.00 per thousand.   Apply to
W. T. Hayhurrt,
Armstrong, B. C,
4tl-tf
Mark Hill.
TaRen Up.
One heifer calf spotted red and
through caref idly following out this | wh|te' u,nd« one year old. ^ No
principle.    The   subject  of Mr.
marks visible.   If not called for in
ThompBon'B nddreBS,"Smnll Fruits 'tan day
Fruit Trees, and Cold Storage", j &*<**
was one of perhaps greater interest
to the people of the district at the'
present than almost anything else
that could have been dealt with.
The speaker proved himself fully
competent to handle the subject,
being thoroughly conversent with
the different phases of fruit growing and the beBt methods of preserving the Bame. Much valuable
information was given the farmers |
in attendance, the principal points
of which will be touched upon in
future issues, Geo Heggie. president and J. B. Bird, secretary of
the Institute, filled their repeo-
tive stations before the meeting.
s will be sold to pay  ex.
Dated Mnrch 24th., 1906.
Wm. McNair.
Eggs for Hatching.
Single combed White Leghorns.
Pure bred. Setting of thirteen
$1.60. Leave orders at C. T. Day-
kin's store.
W. Winkles.
Cottage for Sale.
A neat and comfortable cottage
and half acre of ground in desirable location in Eastview. All the
ground iB planted to frnit trees,
shrubbery and garden plants. For
particulars inquire at, or address
"Box H.," the Advance
Holy Mass in I. O. F. Hall, Armstrong,
Third Sunday in each moth at 10 o'clock
Father Dokval.
Professional
JAS. MURPHY,
Barrister and Solicitor.
WOOD, CARGILL BLOCK.
-rrr   F. FRASER, D.M.D
DENTIST.
Wood Cargill Block.
Cffloe hours: 9:30 to 12 and 1:30 to 5
Armstrong Martlet*
The following prices are bein^
paid for produce by the Armstrong
Fanners' Exchange:
Potatoes, per ton
Carrots,      "
Parsnips     "
Beets "
Turnips      "
Cabbage      "
Hay
Apples, per 40 lb.
Pears "
Plums, per 20 lb.
Celery, per 50 lb.
Poultry, per doz.
Butter, per lb.
$14.00
12.00
25.00
l&fJO
1000
20.00
VIM
1.25-135
1.75
.75
ado
ti.OO
.40
:»
ATM STRONG,
B.C.
Fraternal Societies.
LO. L., No. 1H07., meets in the
•   I.O.F. Lodge Room, tbe second
Saturday evening ol each month at ti
p.m.   Visiting brethren cordially invited
F. N. DANIELS,    A. SCHUBERT,
Secretary. W.M.
OKANAGAN Black Preoeptory.
Meets in the Foresters' Hall, Armstrong, on the Thursday, on or before the
full moon, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren
cordially invited.
W. T. HOLTBY,      E, BENNETT,
Preceptor Registrar.
Leading*  Business    Firms.
The Advance commends the following
business firms of Armstrong to the people of the surrounding district. Their
announcements may be seen in our advertising column:
Armitage, A. E., Gents furnishing
Ashe, S R, Jeweler, Vernon.
Burns, R. R., Druggist
Blanehard, A.. Dressmaker
Bank of Montreal. Bankers.
Christian, J W, Cream aeparato rs
Christian, C. L., Harness and Sad
dlery
Daniels, F. N., Incubators and Plumbing
Daykin, C. T., General Merchant
Fisher A Sage. Real Estate
Farncis, B., Implements
Hamill, John, General Merchant
Hawkin's Bros.. Butchers
Henry. M J, Nursery, Vancouver.
Lapworth, A. J., Painter
Moberly, G., Carpenter
MePherson A Holtby, Furniture and
Undertaking
McDonald, J., Hardware
Murray, Geo., ?4»-at Market
Okanagan Flour Mill, Flour, etc.
Ratledge, A. N.. Barber
Shary. A., Buker and Confectionery,
Simington, J., Contractor and Builder
Teward, Jas.. Plasterer, etc.
Wood, Cargill Co., General merchant*
Jas. TEWARD
Stone Mason,
Brick Layer,
Plasterer.
CORONATION Lodge, No. 48.
I.O.O.F.
Meets every Thursday evening in the
Odd Fellows' Hall, oyer Woou\ Cargill |
I nm prepared to all kines of
4 Co'b. Store, at 8o'olock,   Sojourning; work ill these lines and guarantee
brethren are cordially invited to attend.' mitiqfaction
W. J. SMITH, N.G. I K»19Iliouo"-
H. HAWKINS, V. G. 16 YEARS EXPER1EMCE.
 B- FRANCIS, Rec. Sec.      Resiukkck: Snringhill, half mile north
  of Armstrong.
COURT ARMSTRONG, No.
3489. I.O.F.
I Orders amy be left with C. Addison.
Meetings at their hall last Saturday in, ——
each month.   Visiting brethren cordially >
invited.   H. Hawkins, R.S.
Wanted.
Girl to do light homework
nnd
AHMShSS?e circle. 372'ito a8Bi,,t with ohildren; s0™3 wa?p8
Order of Canadian Home Circles, meets j to competent  person.   Apply im-
ia the I.O.F. bill, st Monday in each  mediately to
month,        F. N. DANIELL.Lradi-r. ,    .   n     nn     a
Mrs. ERASER, Secretary A. A. H.-Tbc Advance. LwalslMftlMsteess watefi an*! JeweiHj
n. R. BURNS,
Agent for
S.   R.  ASHE,
Jeweler, Vernon.
Tl e AnVAKii ml the Winnipeg
Free I'--, ss i in- yi ir for only ■"! .7>.
GARDEN TOOLS   A GOOD
line ol   li<   i, rakes,   sj i lea,   ul r,  i.,..,^. v(rar , |.■ ;,.,,; „.,(
Don'l overlook them,
Armstrong & Levi riugton.
Th,'Ai,vwi e and Free Press for
ii year for $1.75,
CIIK'KKN WIRE SETTING,
nil sizes: A good line of birdcages
in stock,
Armstrong & Leverington.
Pelly iV Pelly an- selling the late
Larkin estate lots, now owned by
Marshall Lucas    tin-   most desirable lots in town.
Gel prices on iron pipe, pipe fittings. All kinds of plumbing
done to order on short notice. Tin
nnd sheet iron work done to order.
Armstrong & Leverington's,
Have you seen those knife and
scissor sharpeners at Armstrong Al-
Leverington's hardware store'/
NAILS. BUILDING PAPER,
carpenter's tools, building  hardware, all kinds -the right place.
Armstrong it Leverington.
The New Improved Low Down
U. S. Cream Separator, capacily I
450 pounds per hour.     Price $!HJ.
Armst-ong & Leverington.
PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHES
and Churches Alabastii:e in   all
shades, paint brushes, kolsomine
brushes.   A good place to deal.
Armstrong & Leverington's,    I
Sprayers'attention !   Good oaki
barrels at Armstrong A: Leverington's hardware store. Armstrong, I
i°
B.C.
Repairing F^^m
'i?
Farsm
Machinery
All   kinds   of farm    Implements
wagons, buggies, oto,
*amWasa.'ja*£2ast, .-orwr-.-- ^y-sr;-. *£:**rom». ..ac-aw^
STOKE
wall Paper.. J. it. warren
I have on hand a  complete!
range of...
Wall Paper
Samples
A. J. Lapworth, |
Sign Writer. Painter and DecorOto
\
PIANO TUNER
Good
45-Acrc
Ranch
GriMiie Nllcs-iriail StftMl...
I am now prepared to receive
orders for piano tuning and
guarantee satisfactory, work
at REASONABLE PRICES.
Address me at....
ARMSTRONG. 13. C.
M.J. HENRY'S
AM YOll (_ NG TO BIIIID?
If so, it will pay you to see me.
Estimates given.—
J. Simington
O NTRACTOR
& BUILDER.
GET THE BEST
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2380 Quarto Paces
Ifar rUtes.       U00 Mast rations.       Itkh r.ir.Jlnps.
Needed in Every Home
...FOR SALE.
Only half n mile from Armstrong. 10 acres uniler cultivation
balance goal bottom Intul easily I
cleared. Gooil frame house, stable;
and other buildings, With the
land will be solil one team, three
cows, one steer, one brooil sow, it
ilo/.en chickens, ami full equipment
farm machinery,   Price SotXX).
...D. MITCHELL.
The--
BEST
Is what you want if you are
planting
NURSERY  STOCK.
Nurseries, Greenhouse &Seedhou$e
Vancouver.   -   B. C.
I	
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:
lli-ud i|iiurters for
Pacific Coast Grown
Garden, Klower A Fiold Seeds
New crop now in stooK und on test in
our Greenhouses. Ask your nii-rolmnt
for them In sealed packages, if In- docs
not. linndlo thi'in we will mail to you,
AO Aooortod paokote of Vegetable or
Garden aeodo for $1.00
This in our special sdecton for  ii. O.
Special prices on your hulk   seeds.    I
B. G. Grown   Fruit   and,
Ornamental Trees
Now ready for spring shipment, extra'
nice stock of 2 & ii year Apple trees at,
820.00 per Kio: 8180.00 per loud
Maynara plum 81.00 each. Italian
prune, 2 ;year old line 8-2.-i.0O pr 100.'
Sugar prune 2 year old line Sill per 100.1
Kiill list of other stock at regulni- prices
Let. me price! your list before placing
your order. Greenhouse. Floral work,
Bee supplies. Fruit packages, Fertiliz- [
ers, etc.   Catalogue Free. A
ICLEAN.
Stock that is \ HEALTHY,
{ THRIFTY.
We solicit your patronage for
this kind of stock. Our stock
is ALL GUARANTEED.
Write us, or Mr. H. Hawkins, of
Armstrong. B. C, for Illustrated
Catalogue or any information.
OREGON MISSY COMPANY,
Salem, oitfoi.
If you will call and see the
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IMS JVf. l.GO Illustrations.
Regular Edition 7i.0iCJ_Lk.ioi. .H.nt..i.s*
De Lu::e Edition OMxSHstM In. Motctl from
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FREE, "BIclioBwyWrlaklus." llliutrstcrf puapLku,
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Publisher.*.      Springfield, Hns*.
EMPIRE
I Cream Separator
M. J. HENRY.
HOlOWestminster Kd. Vancouver.
I
Regular 40</.$l.(K>. 11,60& 12.60 LACE CURTAINS for 2B(J, 75ff, $1154 $2.00
Regular $4.00,14.60 nnd $6,00 SWISS CURTAINS for $8,60, $8.95 and $4.85.
All New and Jusi Received.
Linoleums gggl
The Creoles! orpins Ever ©ficred in Armstrong.
Be sure to bring your BUTTER AND EGGS to theBEE HIVE STORE.
A
ll
Ws
d .-i Armstrong
B-ftOT   mm,        «_
-■&*'■.& Barber
...Shop
and Billiard Hall.
The smoothest shaves, the neatest
haircuts nnd the cleanest
shampoos.
Shave loc.    Haircut 26c.
A. N. RATLEDGE, . Proprietor
C.  T. DAYKIN.
J
Strayed
From my place. 1 yearling heifer,
red with white spot8, marked with
notch above and below on right ear,
and below on left ear; also one 3-
year-old steer, same marks.
.Tohn Christian.
and note how few parts
it has, how perfectly
simple it is, how easy
it turns, how perfectly
It skims, how easily it
is kept clean, and how
strong and durable it
is. you will at once decide it is the separator
for you. No separator
ever made such rapid,
strides in popularity
as the Empire. The
reason is that it satisfies every purchaser,
J ask the privilege of
showing it to you.
J. W. Christian,
Buttermaker at Creamery.
Columbian   College
Provides board and tuition for both
Ladies and Gentlemen at very low
rates.   In  the regular course instruction is given in the advanced
Public School, High School, Colle-
giate and  University work.   The
Special Courses include a thorough
practical Business training:   The J
Vocal, Instrumental, and Tochni-
j queln Music:   In Art: Sketching.!
. Oil Painting and Pyrography; Also I
; Physical Culture and Elocution,
For Calendar, Address "Columbian
College, New Westminster, B, C. [
F.N.
DANIELS
A SON
GENERAL BLACKSMITHS.
FOR SALE.
1 MoCormiok! Binder, 1 Hrantford
Mowht, 1 Fanning Mill, 1 Straw Cutter,
1 Horso Power, 1 Bet Trucks, new, 1
Top Buggy 1 Set Logging Sleighs, 1
Skidding Tongs, Corner Binds, Double
Trees, Cnnthook, 1 Cultivator.
Chrap tor ensh or on approved notes
at three months.
F. N. DANIELS mniON.
Ever-Bloomln? TotuRose.
12 PACKETS 25c.
GUARANTEED FULL SIZE PACKAGES.
BY MAIL POSTPAID.
MONEY REFUNDED IF NOT SATISFACTORY.
12 SUPERB VEGETABLES POR 26 CENTS.-P.eetK. Carrot., Onlona, Lottnee,
uioiiinliei", i.iuimhre. Pannlpt, Cabbage. OolotT, Tomatoes, Mtiak Molone and
water Mi-louu. Regular Pploa 7fto., fop         .25
12 ATTRACTIVE FLOWERS POR 26 CBHT«,-A.t«rs, Phlox, Sweet Mis- '
nonetto. I aney, Double Pinks,Swoet Alymm. rnpra-, Petunia, Kuxtumuui.Kneet
I cm, Balaam, ui.it Morning Olorjn   Regular 70c„ fop 26
12 LEADING VEGETABLES AND FLOWERS POR 26 CENT8.-Or.ion,
iiuiiiiiiHi. Heel. Lettuce, Carrot and Iladisti; Afitcnt,Sweet Mignonette, Pnney,
relunm, tsweet I'li't". mid Wild Olurden.   Resulap 65c, fop       25
BULBS FOR 50 CENTS.
Should the .millitr lir cold, da not !ir impatient if tne Jiu'.h: ami Plants are not forvmded
vnnteauuclyt wtmumciiu rtek and guarantee cverytHinaio rtaeh ywmgoadiiondUioti.
•, 30 GRAND SUMMER FLOWERING BULBS POR 60 CENTS.-I Now*
1 ^ ,-linw l :n,,n L.l.v, I I-: i;.t- TulttinniH Heiroiila, 1 lliiuit (ilnxiua. 1 llcfiutiliil Ppotteil
Lalla, I Gljnl Siimmi r llviuinlliv. f| miiiitI, Cliilrlnl lliuilaill. 7 Jlal-fi Miintlii-ellna,
nnd i ProttyOJiiile,  Regular SI.40 for  . . .60
e BEAUTIFUL TAHLIAS FOP 60 CENTS.-Six Ciriiiiil Dahllo* Incld-grown
roote), no two alike,  Rog-utsr Prloo 8I.0S lop  .GO
S tlABB PLAN'-fl FOR !,0 CENTS.-l SoiV ICrirniimnilnpT™ Hope. I rmtim
Blonmiini !■ ;•■'.-i.i. I \Ve,:|.jntf Lnntnna, l Aepnrniriia ppreiifferl Pern, 1 New Aiter-
apun. 1 r: lui Qornnlom, 1 Blent Chrypentbemiiin,and 1 Sw-cel i-urnuiiun.
RiMPulap 61.1$, fop  HO
itrr> '■""	
VYB
U OF OalC nrow„ Leghorn and Plomoiith Kock Poultry und
Eggs. Some exceptionally good young
Cockerels now on bund.
LinBdowne.        T. W. MARSHALL.
Okanagan Flour
Mills Co. Ltd.
ARMSTRONG
B. C.
millm of a flour
THAT   IS   A
UNIVERSAL FAVORITE
^u^ AGENTS FO^+r
^Peering machinery*
Feed Grains of All Kinds BOUGHT
AND SOLD.
I 1
ARMSTRONG
Is the Centre of the great Fertile Spnlhimclieen Vhlley
—the Garden Spot of the Okanagan. This district is iiil-
mitted to be the Choicest Winter Apple Section of the Okn-
imgan, and because of the siibstiintinl bucking of its surrounding country Armstrong is destined to become one of the
very Best Towns of the Okanagan,
For further rglgljWg information wnd for Hiimpl" nnny nf"--.»*Ej»».
I
I
CPSTTi    t*tis ••"*■.    If pout ordor nn.
afc;\D   rivbl.    PA0KAOH0FTRlA1.6JfeEDe
onler with you.
Win. RENNIE"C07Ltd.7 Vancouver.
NOVELTY
.. _ /fiiirfrici..;-1
Remit Ca-bh wllb Order.
j lef?.per   ^® Advance. |
vlf tS9        Write for
™ *y Catalog.
rJ3pOT*_,' •- ^tfPJF7W,%*ltAXt ILBSfCWtfaMius  .       laartWfM

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