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Armstrong    Advanced
 and Spallumcheen Advocate.     	
RHIAN,
Published al Armstrong, in Ihe Garden Spot of the Famous Okanagan Valley.
Subecrlqllcn St.SO In Ad.ance
Otnarwlaa S2.00.
VOL. 11.
ARMSTRONG, B.C.. FRIDAY. JUNE 29, 1906.
NO, 11.
STRONG
LEADERS
Fine Oashmero Son. 25(1 per pair.
Workingmen's Shirts, IHy.
Collars, all Slinpes and Sisses, 2 for 2B)>.
Overalls, with or without, bib, $1.00.
Shoes, Men's, if 1.7."'-, Hoys'. §1.86,
Boys' Washable Suits $1 60 to $2.00.
Rainproof Uoiits $2.00 to $15.00
fine Shirts of all styles nnd sixes. $1.00 to $2.01).
Neckwear in all sha|ics, styles and quality.
Straw Hats, Kelt Hals, tit iff Hats, Linen Hals
Cups in endless variety.
Hoys' Punts 50o to iric a pair.
I  MEN'S WORKNG
SHIRTS.
CHOICE LOT JUST OPENED! ft
- Alto a new lot of—
Collars at 15c. each, 2 for 25c.
Stylish but cut with a view
to comfort
Armitage I Paul.
Ok « Leading« Geitt' « furnishers.
^^a*Xa**aa*mmbMa%*
j LORD'S   DAY  OB5LRVANCL  BILL.
An Outline   of Some of the Provisions of Measure Now
i Before the Dominion House.
per  Hundred Pounds.
The Best Garden Hose in ToiiT
(Uood Cargill Co.,
ClMlttd.
THE - BIG - STORE.
fm~mm*mm.a*a*p
' The I,ill respecting tho Lord's [nnd tho work of domostio servants |
day, as nmmendod by the special (r) the operation by any Canadian
committee, has been reprinted and'electric   street    railway   Company
it is now possible to gather acinar* whose line is interprovinoiii) or In-
,er conception   of  Ihe   provisions rternntional of its cars forpftSBonger
than was possible in tho first rough triilHoon the Lord's day on any
I draft. The exemption clause is of line or brunch now regularly bo
' interest of many  callings and   in-'operated.
dustriis, but there is one section, Clause I says: It shall not be
I which provides, among other' lawful for any person to |iennit
j things,   that  a   domestic  servant I any employee, other than employ-
who is employed on Sunday  is to'eeson boats which do not complete
have a full day oil' during  the en-' their regular trips within 2-1 hours.
suing week. to do on the Lord's day any work
Sections ii and-I rend as follows:'within subsections  (e)  to (n)  in-
3, Notwithstanding anything here- [elusive, and subsections (q)nnd (r)
in contained, any person may on ' of section 1! of this act or incidental |
| the. Lord's day do any work of \ thereto, unless such employee is!
! necessity or mercy, and for greater | given during the next six days of j
j certainty, but not sous to restrict: such week 21 consecutive hours
■ the ordinary meaning  of  the ex-, without labor.
pression   "work   of  necessity  or,    All kinds of excursions are stop
mercy," it is hereby declared that|ped by claused;     It shall not be; THE
it shall be deemed to include the lawfnlfor any person on the Lord's Lndv's li iit coat betw
i following classes of work: day to run. conduct, or convey  >>> i A Partial List  of  the  Events  for I kin find Armstrong.   F
Summer
Drinks
A Fresh Supply of...
Lemon Kali,
Lime Juice,
Grape Juice, etc
Remember that on Dominion Day our store will  be the
best place to buy and enjoy
^<>vICE CREAM, ICE CREAM SODA, or a SUNDAE.
Eowney's Celebrated Chocolates in Bulk.
3fie Armstrong Pftarmacy,
R. R. Bums,     -        -       Druggist.   Tj
jt^S^^SS^mm-tS!^
DAY   WE   CELEBRATE.
Lost
WHY
Next Monday's  Program.
(a) Any necessary or customary any mode of conveyance, any
I work in   connection   with   divine cursion on  which  passengers are
| worship; lb) Work  for  the  relief conveyed for hire and   having  for
of sickness anil suffering, including its principal or  only   object   the
the sale of drugs, medicines and carriage on that day of such  pass-
surgical appliances  by retail: (c) eugers for amusement or pleasure.
receiving, transmitting or deliver- and passengers so conveyed shall
ing telegraph or  telephone  mess-'not be  deemed  to be  passengers
ages; (d) starting or maintaining within the meaning of the act,
fires, making repairs on  furnaces      Clause 7 says:    It shall  not  be
and repairs in cases of emergency, lawful for any person on the Lord's
and doing any  other  work,  when day to open to the.public any park
such    fires,   repairs  or  work  are or pleasure ground or other place
necessary to any industrial process maintained for guin to which un
of such continuous nature that it admission fee is charged directly
it cannot be stopped without Ber- or indirectly, or within  which  a
ions injury to its products or the fee is charged for any service or
plant or property used in such pro- privilege.
cess, or if without the doing of.   Hunting on Sunday is aimed at
such work on th» Lord's day such  by clause I);   It shall not be lawful; vs. winner of morning game.
process connot be carried  on  con- for any person on that day to shoot      "-00  P-ni.,   Lacrosse,   I'.nderby
timioiisly und safely  during the at any target, mark or other ob- Jnnlors vs. Armstrong Juniors.
other six dayBof the week; (e) any ject. or to use  any   gun,   rifle or I    7100 p. m., Foot ball,   Enderby
work without tin- doing of which other engine for that purpose.        j vs. Armstrong.
on the Lord's day electric current.      Clause 1(1 is of interest  to news; MOUNTED SPORTS.
igh*. heat or gns cannot be con- dealers:   It shall not be lawful for j    Potato  and     Bucket   race  on
tinuously supplied for lawful pur-j any person to bring into Canada horse back, prizes $10 anil $5.
poses: (f) the conveyance of travel- for side or distribution  or to sell,    Mounted wrestling match, prizes
rsand work incidental thereto; (g) or distribute within Canada on the i SIC and $5
the continuance to their destina- j Lord's day any foreign  newspaper
tion of trains and vessels in   trim- or publication clasified as a new
sit when the Lord'sday begins;(h) paper.
loading and unloading merchandise j    Any constable is given authority
at intermediate points on or from. under the act to enter suspected
passenger   boats   and    passenger premises other   thnn   a   dwelling
trains; (i) keeping   railway tracts
clear of snow or ice, milking repairs
leave at ADVANCE
Mrs.
Lar
ini. r pleasi
'die or with
Y   K. Bl-STMEi
Tlie committee, in charge of the
celebration lor next Monday have
matters well in hand for a successful duy's celebration and, while no
elaborate attractions are
brought in nt heavy expense from
outside points, those who attend
may depend on a good day's entertainment from the day's proram arranged.
The following is a partial list of
the events of the day:
FIELD SPORTS.
10:80 a.m., Base ball,  Salmon
Arm vs. Armstrong.
3:00 p. m..  Base ball, Enderby
Painters Wanted
I will pay   highest   wages   and
give steady employment to three
being |,1(,n capable of doing goal  bouse
painting. A. J. Laawohth,
Wanted.
Cirl to do light   bmiBewi rk  ami
to assist with children: t-(x.,l wages
to competent person. Apply immediately to
A. A. H.—The Advakcb.
Court of Revision
Notice is hereby given that the
annual sitting of the t'cirt , f
Revision, for the purpose of hear-
all
complaints against the [ass
essment for the year UHlfi ns made
by the assessor for the Municipality of Spallnmcheeii, will ie hel.1
in the Council room. Armstrong,
on 'Wediiesday. July lsth. at 10
o'clock a. in.   Any person desirinc
Victoria Cross race, prizes $10 to make a complaint ngninst  their
in cases of emergency, or doing
any other work of a like nature,
without the doing of which on the
Lord's day. the traffic on the transportation lines cannot be safely
carried on; (j) work before'!o'clock
iu the forenoon find alter 8 o'clock
iu the afternoon of yard crews in
handling curs in n railway yard;(kl
ling, unloading and operating
uny ocean going vessel which other
wise would be unduly delayed nftor
house.
A. F. & A. M. Grand Lodge.
The 36th annual convention of
theM. D. grand lodge A.F. A. M.
closed at Victoria last Saturday.!
A most successful convention ofj
the Masons of British Columbia
wns held, all the forty-one lodges
ot the province being represented.!
An animated dlscnsssion ensued
over the selection of a meeting
place for next year. The contest
was waged between delegates from
her schedule date of sailing, or any ,||(, t,(jabt fot Vancouver and those
vessel which would otherwise be In from t,,(. ,,lt(,ri(jr f()r Vl.rmin  TllB
imminent danger o  being stopped  , ,, „ .      .        ,
,    . . h   ' ii       latter   won   out  and   next yenrs
by the closing ot   navigation)  (I)
curing for live stock nnd perishable products arriving nt any point g.   j
during the   Lord's day;   (in)  th'
operation of any ferry bout author- ~j  ^ „,   ,, Bl,rn„Bof ,,nf]orb
ized by any competent authority to | gwon| b(,ar„r
carry   passengers on   the   Lords,  .
day: (n) the hire of horses and car-!       The 12th at Salmon Arm.
riages for the personal use of the 	
hirer or his family for any purpose     Salmon Arm expects to enter-
not prohibited by the net; (ol any tain
s-1 and J,',.
ATHLETIC SPORTS.
1st.    2nd.
Men's   100-yd. race. $5.00 $3.00
l'ole jump  3.00   2.00
Belay race Special Prizes
Old men's race.   !i0  yds.   Box
Cigars.
Fat men's race, Box Cigars,
i mii.dren'k SPORTS.
1st.    2nd.
Game of nobbies,.. .f.YtK)
Boy's hose reel race,
(I to team. 2in:l heats.    li.UO
Unstable race' boys
trader 17    6.00
assessment must give ten days notice to the clerk in writing befo
ll id date.
L. W. Patten, C. M.C.
Do you buy
Milk!
limn ni;,i
thin tin
. I),
latter won out
grand lodge will convene in the
Okanagan ou the Thursday before
dIiu's eve. John Highman,
of Vernon, was elected  R.  \V. (I.
310
Boy s race, 17 under   8.00   2.00
M    "        2.00   1.00
12    "       2.1)0   1.00
Girl's roce, 1(1   "       3.00   2.00
M    "        2.00   1.00
12    '•       2.00   1.00
Hoy's sack race ....    2.00   1.00
Boy's3-legged race.   2.00   1.00,
Boy's    wheelbarrow
race     2.00   1.00
Girl's egg and spoon
race     2.00   1.00
Boy's potato race ..    2.00   I (XI
Pie eating contest..    2.00
Diving contest for 26f! pieces.
The band will be in  attendanc,
>6g to inferm ;li" puhlio
ire prepare to supylj
FRESH   .MILK   AND   CREAM
delivered in town   night and morn ine
Pri
MII.K Mate foi il
CRE.V11:
Cbe Columbia College.
1 (O Provides board nnd tuition for both
La lies and Gentlemen at very low
rates.   In  the regular course in.
2000 people at their celebra-j mid play  at intervals during the struction is given in the advanced
SHOULD YOU READ THE ADVANCE?
BECAUSE it helpB to advance    your  district.
BECAUSE it is the'only means to get the news.
BECAUSE it ie owned and nblishedin Armstrong
unavoidable work after 8 o'clock tion on July 12.   The special train dap. Public School, High School, Colle-
I in the evening of the Lord's day in for the accommodation of Okana- Every resident of the district ginto and University work. The
| tho preparation of the regular gan people will leave Armstrong: should turn out, and be sure to Special Courses include a thorough
'Monday   morning    edition  of a j at 8:00 in the morning, and return- bring the children. practical Business training:   The
I daily newspaper; (p) any wavoid-ing will leave tne Arm nt HKX) nt A grand ball for the benefit of Vocal, Instrumental, and Teckni-
lablework after 4 o'clock in the night. The rate from here will! of the baud will take place in the quoin Music: In Art: Sketching,
afternoon of the Lord's day. for, or | be $1.66, It is expected u goodly I.O.F. hall in the evening, Music Oil Painting nnd Pyrography; Also
in connection with, the setting of number will go from here, u limn- will be furnished by the orchestra Physical Cnlliireand Elocution,
bukerB' sponges; (q)the delivery of ber contemplating making the trip, and supper served in the dining ! Tor Calendar, Address "Columbian
milk and ice for domestic purpose overland, | department, College, New Westminster, B. C, The Advance
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Notices t>f church
sen icos
nnd
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toinnifiits where no
idinission is el
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ratios.    ( itrtls of I hanks $1.
Th.' Advttncu Is published
in thi
inter*
eats >-\ the town iuh
1  rtlstrt.
t  in
whioh
it exists and cordio
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la tl
r  put
runup■ ol thu publi
A Successful Social.
Unfortunately for the ladies ol
the Woman's Auxiliary of St.
.lames' church   Tuesday evening
proi
howi
■d
owl,at    rainy.      This,
er. did nol prevent the buc-
ess of their strawberry festival at
the homo of T.C Gray. A large
attendance was present despite the
threatening wouther and although
it rained desperately after the
crowd had assembled they took
j refuge from tho lawn to the ver-
andli and inside the spacious dwelling und enjoyed to the fullest the
festivities    of the   evening.    The
lorchestin wns in attendance und
furnished sweet music throughout
the evening. The refreshments
Iconsisted ol tho most delicious ice
"There is little ueod for thisrjro-1 oreamB, strawberries ami light
vinos to spend money in trying to I lunches, and was thoroughly en-
induce immigrants from other; joyed by those participating. From
countries to come lure and settle, i a linancial as well as a social |mii,t
The best immigration work that of view the affair was very snooess.
Btitish Columbia can do is to de- full, some f 35 being realized. The
velop the fruitgrowing industry, rnre hospitality of both .Mr. nud
and to send large quantities of Mrs. Gray and the ample nccom-
Brst-olass fruit,   properly grown, modntlon afforded by their home
.0, FRUIT.
AT COST!
Wo are now Offering Our Entire Stock
 OP-
Ready-to-Wear  Hats    at
COST PRICE.
Call - while ■ ibe - Stock < is • Complete.
See cur Veilings, £aces and efancu
Ri66ons.
fflrs. W. 8. SFisfier.
fruit
harvested, packed, nnd shipped, to makes it a moBt pleasant place for
the Northwest: this will bring our the scene of social functions of
own people hero OS  soon  ns they  this nature,
become tired of the more rigorous
climate of the prairies."
Thus writes .Mr. Maxwell Smith.
Dominion fruit inspector, in the
British Columbia Rowiew.
"Although it is less than sixteen
years sii.ee the tirst full
fruit was shipped  ont  ,
G. MOBERLY...
Electric Light Poles. §
Tlie contract lor getting oul poles s
for the Armstrong Eleotric Light |
and Power Co. was let on Tuesday |
carload ofU0 Wm. Gregory, the contract price
nl' British boing$.l.fi0eiich. That the parlies
Columbia," Mr. Smith says, "pro-1 tendering for tho job h'gnred very
gross has been fairly rapid, and L|06e f0 ,,nch other is shown by the
people are now beginning to real- fllot thnl two other tenders were
iise something of its possibilities as Uor QM nw\ $1,(;5 res|ioctively.
a fruit-growing province.'' The niembors of the company as-
Mr. Smith then states the foi- LnrB lls that work will now be push-
lowing astonishing facts- In tho Li 0„ tho installation of the light-
season of 1904, the limit, crop oflmgp|nnt witi, lls ||ttlo delay as
British Colntnbia was valued at j possible and that the people of
$(100,000, and the area under culti- j Armstrong may depend on electric
Vtttion estimated at 14,000 acres, light being avuiliible for tho early
In 1905 the area under fruit had fall, perhaps about October 1 The
been increased to 20,000 acres, and J oontract for the poles culls for their
the total revenue derived therefrom dolivery by August 15.
was nearly one million dollars. In
the same year nearly $500,000 was
expended in the purchase and  im-
^_ CONTRACTOR AWD BDILDEI!.
All Kinds   of Carpenter  Worll   at    reasonable
Prices
Sash, Doors, MouEdlnss and Glass.
Turning, Band Sawing, Picture FRAMtNG.
£35 Plans nnd Speciiicntiona Prepared.
■(C.-C-C •C.^-O.C'C..C,;OC-;<;.;C;t:C?C;^
0sS^ai^sSi(^S)<^SisSS)s?3s^iii^5S>5S9
Special Council Meeting.
provement of fruit lands, and the
average price received for grade
No. 1 apples from October 1, 1905,
to March 81,1906, was $1.27 j>er
401b box, f. o, b. shipping point,
Early varieties started out at j?!
net. and during the latter part of
February and .March as high as $2
per box was being paid for strictly
No. 1 in carload lots.
''Outside of the quantities consumed in onr own cities tlie ohief
market for British Calutnbin fruit
is the prairie provinces, east of the
llocky mountains," continues Mr.
Smith, "a market which will always demand the best that the
fruit-grower can produce und in
ever-increasing quantities, so that
The municipal council held a
special meeting on Saturday. The
principal business was in connection with the assessments levied
on lands drained by tlle Bennett
creek ditch. We are pleased to
note that the slight disagreement
existing between the council and
thi- owners of the land hns been
amicably settled and the assessments paid without the nocessit
of any reference to the courts.
"'«
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.
Compactors and Builders.
Contracts taken for all kinds of
Carpenter Work.
PLANS AND  SPECIFICATIONS  PREPARED
AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED,
McPhersonftiioiiby
§
A Wonderful Record of Fraternity. g)^5)^S)(^j)^3)(^j)(g8(^s^j)(^s^8^j)^3Q
The splendid work of the various
fraternal societies in relieving
widows and orphans of deceased
members  is one of  the greatest
sons in prnctioul charity1 fit
present day knows  and (sJ
British Columbia   need   have   nol   , •   , ,
object lessons
fear, no matter how rapidly the in-    ,, • .  .. ;
ilustrv develops,   of an over-pro-; ,. , .   , . , , , , ,
•' ' ' '      one which is highly commendnbli
auction of good, clean, commercial
varieties.    The   province   is  most
favorably situated, in    being   con-
tignous to the vast plains to the
.inst.   where    fruit-growing on  a
commercial basis is not likely ever
i" '- - —-
thirty-two years ngo,   this
bound to increase rapidly  in poj
Lap Dusters f
on the part of those who set aside
a portion of their earnings fortius
purpose. As an evidence of the
extent of this work we note that
since the founding  of  the   Inde-
,   pendent Order of Foresters in 1874,
to nea success.     I hat territorv   is ., ■ ,    . ., •        ,
■'        thirty.two years ago,    this  order
lone has distributed the enormous
I hnv
illation and the consumption of
fruit will be enormous. It is a
curious fact that the average family on the prairies ,,f the Northwest consumes more fruit than do
thoso of British Columbia and it is
quite natural also to expect Ihalj
as the farmers of the prnirios sue.!
ceed within ii comparatively few
years ill laying by sufficient to
keep them in comfort for the rest
of their lives, they should   look   to,
to British Columbia with its congenial climate, magnificent scenery I
and tremendous unexplored and
undeveloped natural resources as a
place in which to spend their
declining years."
Maxwell Smith is perhaps the
best informed man on the fruit industry in ll," | rovince nnd il is
an'othe: more able to give advice
on this subject llinn I e, His optimistic I,.recasts should therefore
be of miii h heii'lit to those who
nre engaging in fruit growing for
the tirst time. His predictions re
tin- rnturo market for i! ('. fruit
should dispel ihy fenrB thai may
exist along this line.
' just received my new stock
and can supply you with anything  ffa
you need. 8/
fC. L. CHRISTIAN, I
Armstrong - Harness - Store. i<t
t3^5(^S@S^5^S^5^5(^5(^9@9@9^5Q
sum of $18,oo0,0(19. The distri-
billions of the past year alone was
(12,11)1,4111, which means relief
nt the rate of $7000 per day. The
lodge now has a membership of
289.460, Ihe gain for the year end-
ing Inst April, being 8,088. There
is ut present on hand a surplus of
$9,980,000,
Was It Because of Cold Feel?
The return shoot with the  V
Vernon gun club was to have taken
place here on Wednesday of this!
week. On Tuesday evening, how-
over, a'wire was received stating
thnt the Vernon club could not get
enough men together to come so
thnt the match was postponed.
Some of the local membersaro at a
a loss to understand why out cf n
bonsted membership of forty, liv,
members could not be sent to Ann-I
strong, when out of the local club,
with a membership admittedly
much less than thai claimed by
Vernon, no difficulty was found i,i
sending a team to Vernon.
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BUYERS
Are coming in at a
Food Pace How.
&f you want to self yeur farm dent forget to fist it
witli  us,        5fiis is alt we asfi you to Ho.
Dou'l
forget our office
next door to
IB  ,,,   the
Mnrrav's J
M I'll KAY
out Market.
BLOCK.
Agents for Great West Life.
"The Land o! ihc Big Red Apple"
List Yeur
Land-
Our Mr. Fisher will leave on   an  Advertising  Tour to
HMD DEER nnd
EDMONTON
nnd othor Alberta points next we.'k.       List your lands with
us at once if you want to make a ipiick sale.
MONEY TO LOAN!
We have a few thousand dollars to loan on
Good Real Estate Security at reasonable rates.
We wish to place this at once.
(live us a call.
FISHER ix SMCSSS
Your treats. -
■MaaaaaVtam eWa\a-mbaaWaaa**3a*amt
Will be Rest thai (he Market affords
if they are bought at the	
Okanagan    Meat   Market.
WHOLESALE and
Retail Meat Merchants.
Live Stock and Poultry Bought.
iicsli Fish Tiiesdaps and Fridays.
C. E. HOIISER,
Culler.
II. Schneider, prop.
Bank of Montreal
Head otlice: Montreal
CAPITAL, all paid up JHOUO.OOO, [{est. $10,000,000
Balance Profit nnd Loss account, $1)711,11811,
PRESIDENT, Right Hon.  Lord Strathcona  and  Mount Royal,
VICE-PRESIDENT, Sir Geo. A. Drumtnond, K.C.M.C.
Branches in all the principal cities and towns in Canada.     Also in
the following cities :- Loudon; Eng,: i'l. Abchnrch   Lane,   E. C.
• New York,oil Wall Street: Ohicago.lrAH Lu Salle Street : Spokane,
Wash.; St. John's Newfoundland,
Bankers and Correspondents : Liverpool. Bank of Liverpool,    Sect-
land, British Linen Co's. Hank nnd lira aches.
A general bunking business transacted. Drafts sold available at
all points in the United States. Europe and Canada, including Atlin
and Dawson City.
SAVING'S BANK DEPARTMENT,
Deposits received from  1 upwards und Interest nllowed lit current rates.
Interest entered :i()t!i June, nnd Hist lleceinlier
Wlthdrawala    on    demand    without    delay.
Rnnohers and country business given s'pecinl attention.   Municipal and school
district aci-iiunts received on favornlilc terms.    Spci'inl attcation given to the
handling of municipal ami other debentures.
: BANKING BY MAIL.
Deposits may ho made anil withdraw!] hy mail.    Out-of-town accounts receive
OKANAGAN DISTRICT: v4;^™^/.?.""
ENDERBY,
ARMSTRONG E. A. Taylor, Sub. Agent. KELOWNA
! r. S. V.lMcCllntack, Sub. Agent. P. OuNlonlln, Sub. Agent.
All Rinds of fyfrtsDing Dishes fcr the
Hot Weather
DELICIOUS ICE CREAM
ICE CREAM SODAS
STRAWBERRIES AND CREAM, ETC.
ALL THE LATEST AND BEST FLAVORS,
?r«$h ■ Trait ■ ilow ■ in ■ Stock.
A. SHARY,
UAKHHV,
COXPBJTIONEIIV,
Restaurant,
mm MEAT MARKET. I
Wholesale & Reiali
All kinds of Fresh and Cured .Meats always in slock
Fish and Fowl in season
BestPrices for Fat StocK and Poultry.
Mail Orders a Specialty,
Geoi
Poultry Wanted
Prop. \
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Celelrate Dominion Day nt Arm-
strong- .Inly 2nd.
The Armstrong band will be in
attendance all day next Monday.
Fred Smith, the genial stationery traveller, was representing
W. J, tinge iV. Co. here this week.
The Bchool sports will occur at |
the recreation grounds this after- J
noon,   Parents and friends invited the deal with Donald Graham for
to attend. j forty acres off his property.   Mr.
,,,.,., ,   ,    .,     , ,. ! Roitl expects to erect a residence
.1. K. Smiley  and  family  left „„ ,h(, Mm(, mm
Saturday for their farm  near  Ml.
Ida, weere they expect to remain;    •'• E. GlWett is a new painter
for a couple of months during the
summer.
Bohool sports at grounds today.
Armstrong's L&th annual Douiin-I
ion Day celebration will be held on i
duly 2.
Harry Syddle. of Greenwood,or-'
rived Wednesilay for a  visit  with '
old time friends here.
0. E. Mauser left Wednesday,
for Revelstoke On busini-SB in con-
nectiou with Hurry Schneider's I
meat market.
G.A.Love left on Wednesday
for Red Deer, Alta., to close upj
some unfinished business matters;
at his former nome.
The weather cleannl yesterday
after after several days intermittent
rain and promises to again be
iavorable for the early haying.
J. W. O'Brien came in from
in town, whose announcement will I Ponoka Wednesday to look lifter
be found in our advertising col- J buying a carload of horses.   He is
•I. B. (iiliin.ofR.il. Dun A Co..
was inverviewing the business men
the past Week.
The local band is now in excellent Bha|H' for service nnd will enliven the day's proceedings next
Monday by discoursing music
during the day.
S. Reid on last Saturday closi
[bargains^     "~"1
I in Summer Goods--1
iimns. Mr. (iravelt has hud fifteen years experience and guarantees satisfactory work in his line.
R, B. Main tins taken over the
cream route of the Okanagan
Creamery from A. E. Maundrell
and began duties this week. Tne
marked increase of the receipts  of
Mr. nnd Mrs. R. W. Kelly visit-
til at the home of Alex. MoQnurrlo
at    Liinsdowne     Sunday.   Alex's
ripe cherry trees suffered in consequence.
R. Curtis was down from Salmon river valley Wednesday. The
rain the tirst of the week reached
ov«r all that district and crops are
looking very favorable.
Sunday and Monday were gentle I mul the gathering is now quite a
reminders   of    the    temperatures iHB^ compared to what it was  Inst
the weather clerk bus in  store for season.
the next couple of months.   92 in      .,  , , „ u  .., ,
,    , • .     i Jvlcl'herson « Holtby now have
the shade was registered. ,. , , ...
the enclosure made on  their new
P.O. Wright, of Kelowna, has furniture store.   Work  will  now
purchased P. B. Belly's interest in \ be pushed  until the building
attending    the   Bide  at  Grande
Prairie today.
Owing to the rainy weather both
the base ball and foot ball games
scheduled to occer here with Vernon teams last Wednesday had
to be cancelled.
Frank Becker has been confined
cream at the creamery injans a to his room the past week by a
corresponding increase in the work ! painful injury sustained by step-
Involving upon the  cream hauler|ping on a.rusty nail last Friday.
The wound was lanced on Tnes-i
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We are now maftmg  some exceptional offerings in
Ladies' Waists
Ready-to-Wear Hats
Children's Cloaks
Children's Caps
Men's Summer Vests
Two Piece Suits
Lustre Coats
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.John Hamill,ffioffS^
day. since when it has been gradually improving. I       . ■-  -       -
Friends of Rev. and Mrs. F. V. LOCfllS 11191 GCf SUSlUfSS     Official Directory
Venables are pleased to learn that
word has been received from them
,« ,'      u . ,   ,,     „•..,.     The Advance and the Winnipeg
.,.,,.,,,, - IS rrom the const to the effect  that prfiB Press one venr for onlv $1.75
the real estate firm of Pelly & Pelly | completed and the firm hopes to|their little eon   has  successfully y.ar lo, only ....,
nnd will hereafter  b,
the business   with
P. L.S.
for
is   now
Pelly it Pelly are selling the late
Larkin estate lots, now owned by
open air concert ot ine,..»-. «•»• -»»■»"« The deal was consumate
given by the Armstrong ami a better show will be. possible L^ y^ (, g^
,esday evening, Though than in their present limited space, j H Bohn'eWer for the        ,„,
nil was consumuted last
bert and
purchase by
the latter of forty   acres  a   mile
Marshall Lucas-
nble lots in town
-the   most desir-
For Rent
Good cottage adjoining town.
Apply to H. Hawkins
• engaged  in occupy their new quarters early undergone an   operation
R.  S.  Pelly, next month.    The new bnilding I abscess of the head  and
'will give  them  ample  room  for j recovering rapidly,
The first open air concert of tbe | their furniture   and undertaking
season wns g
band Wedni
two or three of the members were j    Complaint has been made to the
unavoidably    absent,    the   boys Advance re the condition of thnt llorth of town.   Mr. Schneider is	
rendered some excellent music and portion 0f the road within the ex-1 one 0f the early settlers of the ills- ~  ~ ~ 7T-
elicited many favorable comments | treme northern limits of the mun-1 trict and his recent extensive pur- j P,»" for S*le'
from the listeners. | icipnlity, thnt is. the portion neces-; chases in property interests here!    Pnre-Bred   Yorkshire  pigs for
The shipping season for frnit! sary to be traveled by the people | ;8 the plainest evidence of his 8a,e> rt!iilly tetake from bow. Price,
cut of the valley has begun, and of the settlement up Deep creek in faith in the future prosperity 0f including pedigree $V> each. If
the express agent on tne brunch ' order to reach Armstrong.   There! the Armstrong district. tilkfin without pedigree  f5  .
has during the past ten days car- ■ are a number °f families in this j    Aniwt      .g w] w    ,„ be he]
ried  an   avarage  of  500 orates. I section, who, while not within the | Ootober ]0 ^  n     ^^
Railway Time Table
(SncswAi- A. Okanaoan Railway)
Arrives Irom North daily oxcopt
Sunday  0:2B ,i. ni. I
Arrives from Suuth daily except I
Sunday  11:25 p. in.
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.
Reeve—A. Sohuhert.
Clerk and assessor- L. W. Patton.
Treasurer and collector   .1. M. Wright.
A RMSTRONG Circle. No. 372
,**■     rHOME   CIRCLE.
Order of Canadian Heine Circles, meets
ui the I.O.F. hall, si Monday in each
month,        CK, DANlELL.teader,
Mrs. FBASKR, Becretary
Councillors—
(leo. M
Hartwell, K. B
(let). Murray, \V. Ilallam,
Main.
.1.   L.
Postofflce
11,111. AlllllVKS—
North daily oxcopt Sunday
9:10 a. m
Snut.-i    '*
3:30. p. in
Mail Lkavks -
North daily oxoopt Sunday
3:48 r- m.
South    "     --        ■'
of 500 eratoB. i section, who, while not within the
This has consisted of cherries and i municipality, prefer to make Arm-
strawberries, in both of which strong their market and trading
there is only a medium crop thiB point, which is somewhat difficult
season, 'for them to do with the present
condition of the roads.
taken without pedigree $5 ench.
I These pigs are. from select stock,
and are tine ones.
A. W. Hinteii.
Churches
Tk/TETHODIST CHURCH.
Divine Service will he held every Hun-
day as follows,: Armstrong, 11 a.m.;
Knob Hill, 3 p.m.: Knderliy, 7.30 pan. -.
Sunday Sohool at 2.90 p.m.- Uev. A. N.
Miller, Pastor.
Spallumohecn, Hull far. Glen
j   omnia and  Falkland every
Tuesday and Friday nt 7:00a.m.
i .1. M. WaiaHT. Postmaster.
has long since been recognized iib,	
the home of the best fall exhibi-,  "_      __"""    _ ■_.__■ _ _ '
tions held in the Okanagaii and Jm E. GRA\ XfETT
the present year will allow no exceptions to this rule. A special
feature of the event this season
will be the official opening of our
new $!!5(K) agricultural hall which
will afford ample accommodation
for the exhibits.
pPESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Services in S. Andrew's, Enderby, nt
11 a.m.: Ziun Church, Armstrong, at
7:30 p.m. every Sunday.—Kev. I). Campbell, Paster.
"Delay not too long in farewell
biddings" will doubtless, since last;
Sunday, become the  motto of  a: 15 Years experience.
Bm,j I certain   prominent   bachelor   re-| Furniture finish a specialty,
I ,,,,,-J siding not muny miles from  Alt. |    BSP"At Armstrong Hotel.
His experience was  to find | -
his faithful horse had grown tired
i home of A. Mc-
Qniirrie at Liinsdowne, whose kind
hospitality enabled ub to enjoy a
rich feed of luscious cherries. Mr.
McQuarrie's well known farm lookB
especially well this season, he having done a large amount of improving including the clearing of some
fifteen acres during the past year.
From here we journeyed to "Hill-
crest Farm." the home of W. T.
Huyhnrst, where there is always
to be seen many things of interest
to anyone interested in the capabilities of the district, for Mr.
llaylmrst perhaps enjoys the
destinction of producing the largest quantities of products on a
given urea of ground of any mun
in the district. His crops this]
year show little
from any   causes
fruits of all kinds.nnd apples, pears,
prunes, plums und cherries are
certainly It sight to behold, not to
mention Ins mammoth vegetable
garden where there is grown for
market many hundred dollars
worth of products each season.
His strawberries are jnst now being marketed and lie  is gathering
The homes of W. E. Pickford
nnd C. J, Patten on Pleasant Val- j A drive through the country the
ley road were each blessed by the, first of the week convinced ub that
arrival of fine daughters the lastj crops are looking favorable at this
of the week. In the case of the time, although a trifle later than
first-mentioned, this is the first to last year. Fall wheat suffered
gladden the home and the newly- ■ materially from the late cold snap
made papa is consequently much j of last spring and except in few
elated. | instances will  be  a  light  crop.
A. E. Hayhurst was down from I SPri"S wlle,lt: h°wever', the ,im-
hiB  Deep creek   farm   Saturday. ?8f °f .wblch ls larger than
Although some distance from Arm-1 lslook,n* '^ept.onally we..   ...
strong. Mr.   Hayhurst,   together J^T" a ^ ?"eld'   Hay, both I1""
.,, ,        ...        ...        timothy and  clover,   is  growing
with a number of hiB neighbors,       .«,... .,, .    of his tnrrvin»s nnd lens the trrirlln
,,   ...     , ,      .      ,        rapidly and the hay crop will be 0I "ls "rryingsuna, icbs tne Dricue,
would   like  to  make  Armstrong!*   ■ '      £ * gomB I had made a circuit of the nearby I
thoir trading center except for a1*00"-. While apples were in some      .   . ,,     ... ,.  , .   J
noor niece of  road   which   it  ie cases injured by the spring frost p»>nnelclewith his buggy, the an.
poor piece ot   road   which   i    is be j imal's capture being effected only >
nr-cessary tor them   to travel  to        ,    _      F    ,    ,fe '       I nfW nnmn difficnlfv nml with  *i„,
i !gooti.   Pnme and plum trees are fttter somo <llmomty nnd with  the
! unusually heavily laden.   Cherries I "swotonce "'' the young man's two
During the course of a jaunt Lni strawberries are now ripening I ln(,y companions,
through a portion of the country Lnd B good -^ is ^g obtaine(11   Tllis st,ctio„   _,  0„ Tm,Bil
last Bundny   the   writer   spent  a     _   , . , .    . .,  ,   , , ,
short time at the home of I Mel    *»«} eetfte, co"tl"""9 ,0 move, -ight  visited   by  a   heavy   rain,
though quietly, at a steady gait, Keaeral over practically the whole
and this week we nre able to note of the northern Oknniignn. The
the sali! of another fine farm of the; rain came down slowly and steadily
district in the transfer by W. ""wing near ly the whole night, so.
Gregory of his UK) acres, u mile thut tho full benefit of it wits given
and a half east of town, to ('has the ground. Crop prospects lire
Harrison, late of Begin i. Susk. Il,,w as Iavorable as they could
This farm constitutes one of the j possibly be, so fur us favorable
best locations on the eimt side of j weather and ground conditions are
the valley, and because of the (concerned. With u continuation j
abundance ofwater and the fertility °f Wlir'» weather now everything
of the soil is admirably adapted to! can not help but grow very rapidly
dairying, vegetable growing or in; and the northern Oknnngiin will
fact almost any branch of agi-icul-, reap n bountiful harvest this sea-
tltre in which the owner muy cure'son.
to engnge, Mr. Gregory of course I
had good reasons or would not hnve
parted with so desirable a property,
One notable reason lies in the fact I ing  ,h(,ir 1)rol)(.rti(.s  bv „ L
if  any  damage'th,lt he   Inor<, tlmn ,lo',ul''11 his!
and   his  small |,m"^ owr h'B l)l"'l',,,ISL' P"''1'two
years ago, while ,-iuother is that be
desired to get nearer town on
account of sending his little
daughter to school here. He is
not leaving the district but hns
already reinvested, having ut once
purchased twenty acres off Harry
Harding's property just south of
town, on which he expects to build
Painter..
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Polisher and
Kalsomiiter.. ♦
QHUR0H OF ENGLAND
St. James' Cburoh. Morning prayer
11:00; Evening prayer 7:30; Sunday
Sohool 10:00. Communion services on
first and third Sundays in each month
at the llo'clock service, on the second
and forth Sundays in each month are
Early Celebration at 8 o'clock.
Rev. Howard J. King, M. A., Vicar.
Armstrong MarHc
ti
The following prices
an
b: !  g
paid for produce by the
An
istrong
Farmers' Exohnnge:
Potatoes, per ton   -
$25 00
Carrots.
20.00
Parsnips
Beets
-
30.00
30.00
Turnips       "
Oabbugo     "
Hay           -         .
Apples, per 10 Ib.   .
-
ix>m
12.50
2.00
Pears
Celery, per 60 Ib.   .
Poultry, per doz.    -
Eggs
Butter, por lb,
-
3.00
3.00
7.1)0
30
M
R
OMAN   CATHOLIC.
we Give
Estimates—^.
— But only for
GOOD PAINTING nnd
OOOD MATEK1ALS
We leave paint throwing for those
who can do it best.
jaihes, me Painter.
Holy Mass in 1.   . P, Hall, Armstrong, I
Third Sunday in each moth at 10 o'clock j
l-YniKK Dorval.   ;
Synopsis of Homestead Regulations.
ANV,
iivailiilile Dominion Lands within ll„- Railway Bell  in  Ilritirh
Columhla, may lie uomosrended by ur.y
pcrsoa the sale bend of n family, er ur.y
Barrister and Solicitor. niiiloovorlByenraofiiiro, to the extent
of ono-qunrter soction of 160 acres mere
WOOD, OABGILL BLOCK. |or'GS8'
Kntry musl lie made peraonnlly al ihe
| local laliil office for the ili„inci in which
l tho land i„ Htnni.'.
F
TEMPLE CORNWALL,
Bnrrister-nt-Law,
Solicitor and Notary Public.
ARMSTRONG,    -   -   -   B.C.
The various owners of the fruit
', tracts sold off the Schubert estate
| by .liickBon & Morgan nre improv-
a-i good crop.
I during the summer,
, amount of clearing and already the
vast improvement mnde foretells
the future of the various fruit and
vegetable farms here thut will In
but a comparatively short time be
milling to the  produce exports of
: tho district, Some good resiliences
will be erected on those tracts during the course of the next year and
si vi ral comfortable homes thereby
M lidded to the credit of this pint  ol
ol  the
liunchc
. .special otter tn..
SEASONABLE
GOODS^r
BEE SUPPLIES, Buckwheat,
Fall Rye, Clover, Timothy. Lawn
(Hubs, Ensilage Corn, Mangel,
Turnip. Speciul quotations in
i|iinutity.
Spray Pumps, Whale Oil Soap,
Vegetable Plants.
Large stock of IloMi; Grown
Fruit and Ornamental Trees now
matured for the full trade.
No expense, loss or delay of fumigation or inspection.
Lot nm price your list before
placing your order.
We do business on our own
grounds no rent to pay. and are
prepared to meel all competition,
Catalog Free,
M. J. HENRY.
3010 Westminstei Rond.
Vancouver, It. C.
w.
F. FRASER, D.M. T)
DENTIST,
Wend (Jnrgill Block,
Cilice Ileum: 11:110 It, li nnd l::iOU,.r,
ATMSTRONG B.C.
Fraternal Societies.
LO.L.. No. 1!-
•   I.. F. Lodga
07., meets iii the
It,aim, the second
Snturdny evening of each nimitb nt H
p.m.   Visiting brethren cordially invited
P.N.DANIELS,    A. SCHUBBRT,
Secretary, W.M.
OKANAGAN Black Preceptory.
Meetsln thoKorosters'ilall, Anns-
tronti. on tbe Thursday, on or before tho
full moon, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren
certlitillv invited.
VV. T. HOLTBY,      E, BENNETT,
Precoptor Registrar,
The homesteader Is required to i-r-
fiirm the conditions connected thcrevrith
underline,,! ihe following plaasi
(1, At least a sis months' residence
ii|«m nnd cultivation ol il„ lnnd in each
year ier tbreo years.
r.'.litl,,' fail,,.,-,, i mother, If the fain
er is deceased) of tho homesteader r,--
Riii,'^ ii|«,n ii iiinn in the vicinity of tbe
linn! eniered for, the requirements as to
residence may be satisfied by residence
upon ssid land,
IBjlf ih- settlor baa his permanent
residence upon funning |„ml owned
by him lo the vicinity of his homestead,
lie r, "iiiir.'iin nis us to resilience muy lie
satisfied by resldei u|xin the said land
Six months' notice in writing sin,aid
be given to the Commissioner ef Dominion landsnl Ottnwn of Intention to
ply fur patent.
Coal lands may l„. purchased ntl'O
per acre fer sell I and (30 lor nnthra
cite. Not more thim.130 acres can b,
iicqiilred byoneindividunl ,,r oompsny.
Royalty nt the mtoof 10 cents per ton of
up-
2.(K«, pounds  shall  ,..
gi oss oiiti.i.;
ollected on thi
CORONATION Lodge. No. IS.
I. O. O. F.
Meots every Thursday evening in tire
Odd Fellows' Hull, ever Wood, Cnrglll
,fe Co's. Storo, at H o'clock, Sojourning
brethren nr" cordially invited to attoua.
N
his i
He,
B.
\V. W, I-,nn.
i of Minister of the
authorized public
■ilea! will nol ,"   ,
Interior
,1,",!    Of
ill    Inr.
AW KINS. N. 0.
McPMERSON, V. O.
MOBERLY, Reo.Scc,
Nl
Poultry.
ii
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COURT ARMSTRONG
,<M2D. I. O. F.
Meetings ut their bull last Snturdny in Coc   ,
i-ucli nn,a Hi.  Visiting brethren cordinlb
Invited.   II. lliittliine. R.B, Lnnsdowne
il-
PURE 1
Brown i..,.
th   i'1 "::  l'"i'ltr.v,',ind
■ ntiounllj go, d young
linn, .
T. W. MARSHALL <Pistrid Correspondence. > J   ||^ ^9^1) ••—»•—■■■••■■■■» «"|
iSSlllrc boo coming i
Graftatt Nilts-trpBi school...   I "^********* I
v
1 am now | ri pared to receive,
orders for piano tuning und
guarantee satisfactory work
lit  REASONABLE PRICES,
i Address me at....
ARMSTRONG. B.C,
Otter LuKe
The cherry crop this year in
this district is exceptionally hikkI
and scleral ol our fanners have
marketed large quantities at good
pi ices.
Misses Ella and Mae Scl.iilvrt
pail a visit lo Vernon Inst week.
They drove down returning the
same day.
Mr. and Mrs Hughes, of Vancouver nre visiting friends in this
district.
Ered Leduc is negotiating for a
pinto pony, which, lie Bays, is a
perfect whirlwind iu the way of
speed.
Freddy Pickford made a  bnsi. j
ness trip to Vernon this week.
The heavy ruin on Tuosdny The smoothest shaves, the neatest
night wi'l delay the bay ing several! haircuts and the cleanest
days as the grass is badly lodged
in places and it will lake several
days of sunshine before it will A N RATLEDGE, . Proprietor
again stand up,
Mrs. K. S.   1',-lly.  who has  for GOOd       D||f|{*ll
son,,' tiine v'silel to her daiulv ; J}£.lf PPKtUllwll
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turned home Wednesday. j FAD (Al F
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A |— JmsirMj j
wM^rM Barber
;5^g^ ...Shop
and Billiard Hall.
shnin poos.
Shave loo,     Haircut ,.k\
ARMSTRONG
-FOR OUR-
(jood  work  has  be
done
the Otter Lake road, and what with | Only half a mile from Arni-
ttie graveling nud grading, we have strong. 10 acres under cultivation
the best road in the municipality, balance good bottom land easily
1 • ; cleared. Good frame house, stable
Bears mo slid in evidence iu Und otbor bniklings, With the
these purls. V J. Steedmnii having land will bo sold one team, three
had four shots  at one  last wcek. cows, one steer, one brood  sow. :l
i,,,,„.:, i,    ,   ,, dozen chickens, nnd full equipment
but without success. ,. ...    „'.„!„
I lurm uiuchinery.    Price goOOQ
.1 Mullish shot   a   coyote   that |i   MITCHELL
wns alter the sleep ti'is Week. ————————————
Reeve Schubert was indisposed
but is much better this
is alee lo attend  to  his
last wi
week. I
duties.
Sour    correspondent   has   had
several  invitations  to "come and;
get it in the neck''  since the   last I
issue of your   valuable paper.  All
these   invilions   he  declines  with
thanks, ns lie considers his days of
usefulluess in this district are  not|
yet over, und will still continue toj
record in a truthful  manner the:
items of interest which may conn
to his notice,  and  carefully  avoid
all startling fabrications.
Pretty Near a Full House.
Vienna,June 12(1 The wife oil
a farmer named Szekely. of Hen-1
ozfalvil, Hungary, has just present-1
ed her husband with quadruplets
According to tho Fuggetelnvi
Magy, of Cudlipest, these bring the
total number of Szekely's children j
up to fifty-two, of whom thirty-two
sons and seventeen daughters survive.
Szekely has been four limes
married, and his present wife has
never had fewer than three children at a birth. On one occasion
she had quintuplets,
The latest additions to the family have been sent to the foundling
home, ns there is no room in
Szekely's house for more than
forty-lour children who lim- with
their lather.
ARE VOl) CO NG TO BIIID?
If so, it will pay you to see me
Estimates given.-
1511. Annual
I DOMINION   DAY
Celebration?
THE BEST PROGRAM!
| To lie Given in the Okanagan. j
• • •    A. I1JC/ • •  •
Bee Hive Store.
special sale of Odd
Lines oi Shoes:
LADIES' DONGOLAS—Hrices range from $1.7fi to $2.50,
will be closed out at $1.00
INFANTS' SHOES   Button and lace,Special % .7.",
INFANTS' SHOES   Button. Special if .65
YOUTHS'    Buff and Pebble Hals, sizes 11 to 2, regular$1.25
to tl .75, will he sold 111 |1.(X)
I and o. regular price
 $1,00
M ION'S SHOES    Prices from *1 25 to SI 75, special..% 1.01)
MEN'S PEBBLE   $1.75 to $2.25, to clear nt........ .sU.50
HOYS'- Buff and Pebble Bills, Bines !
81.25 to $2.00, Sale Price	
C. T. DA YKIN
J. Simington
CONTRACTOR
& BUILDER.
Shop next Frauds'
Special Sports for the CMlmii
Good Days Program.I
Teaim Worli!
Having Inkon up my residence in
Armstrong, I solicit all kinds of work
with   team  at   LOWELT PRICES
PROMPT SERVICE OUR MOTTO.
H. Ehmke,p^-
*"C£l1
j. Mcdonald,       l rhian,
Chairman. Secretary.
GOD SAVE THE KING.
I
Of Choice land  in  Salmon
Arm Valley; 2 good houses and
outbuildings.    Will sell in block
or in tracts to suit purchasers.
EASY TERMS.   -   -   Apply on
the premises to	
II you will call unci sot, the
EMPIRE
3no. W. Jlrmstrona ..,,..,	
SafltCn JfriH, B. €.  It bi». *">w perfectly
taammmammm_____.__1___1___1__1^_   Bimplu ii is. how easy
 __ -   j| t_urnH) fj0W perfectly
it skims, how easily it
is kept clean, and how
strong and durable it
is. you will at once de-
cidu it is tho separator
for you. No separator
ever made such rapid
strides in popularity
us the Empire. The
I'fiM'U is that It satis
flea every purchaser.
1 ask the privilege of
showing it to you*
Land Registry Act.
Takb Xoihk that on the 23rd day of
July. 1906, J will issue a certificate of
indefeasible title in tho name of Fred-
[erick Taylor Jackson of loti, block 14. j
.TH tTi «    J_    ^_ map 408, Town of Armstrong,  unless in
Ureaill DeparatOr,the meantime a valid objection in writ-
* inff is made to me hy parties having a
I valid interest in said lot. i
'    Dated the lUth June, liKXi.
we sell Buggies.
III! we als
20iii Cenlury
washer...
Thi, lies!  Mlll'lll
Wirn C'libli' of all sizes,
Sll.ele ,n„, clulllilo hliicks,
I fume I'erss.
Churches' ||;,i ,'.•,,„.
C'litutipic.n Mowers nnd Rakes
'rilullllis Steel UllJ 'I'eilllurs,
B. Francis
W. H. Edmonds,
District Registrar of Titnls,
Kamloops.
The party or parties having in their
custody or possession conveyance in fee
(if said lot from Robert Wood to P.
Elliott, dated 12th August, 1893, are requested to deliver the same to the
undersigned.
Hah His A Bum.,
Solicitors for tlie Applicat.
eet:kc machine.
nuunii BEAK,NO.
liiCII OhADE.
H
OUSE
Painting'
\tn i inn ran Ihn w painl on ii
In.I.'.,i..;. I.u( ii you ivanl n In un
i- ■ i, i you iniisl go hi h (rarlefl
man. I huvi ! ad over LCt years'
ojtpern.neo and ran givr perleel
-■■■' : wtion in hunting, Paper
hanging, Kalmmiining, Niunw.t'tc.
KSTI.MATKS
fin .1 hed [tir painting Imildinj h
or throwing i aini un them.
U. LAPWORTH.
NOTICE!
I'll WATEIi CONSUMERS: -
_     _.__    _.,      , Street sprinkling and lawn tups]
J.     VV.  Christian, can onlybeused up to I) o'clock.
Buttermaker ntCreaniery.       i"- '"" between 12 o'clock noon and
__^___^_^_______  i o'clock, p. in., and from   li to  10
o'clock, p. in., daily.
In ense of tire all taps shall lie
■ut once shut off. Users of water
whether inside or outside the town
limits will lie governed by these
rules nnd infractions will tie dealt
with as provided for by the bylaw.
Geo, Murray,
j -I. Ha.mii.i,,
I1'. ('. Wol.l'-HSIlKN,
Water Commissioners.
,'
by buying this
reliable, honest,
high grade sewing mad,inc.
STRONGEST GUARANTEE.
National Sewing Machine Co.,
SAN   FRANCISCO.   CAIa.
FACTORY Al BBLVIDBRB, ILla
ALL GOOD THINGS
must win upon their
merits. The International
Dictionary has won a
greater distinction upon
its merits and is in more
general use than any other
work of its kind in the
English language.
Okanagan Flour
Mills Co. Ltd.
ARMSTRONG
B. C.
millers of a flour
THAT   IS   A
UNIVERSAL FAVORITE
ti
—AGENTS FOR —
Deering machinery
^
Feed Grains of AH Kinds BOUGHT
AND SOLD.
r.T, I.T..1)., !!.!>., of Oxford
, l.iii.liinil, !. -   luu.llr hull,
ni.U',1 ll iiuimil, uiwiirlii ,,
.'>■ in.  " J
;:, ■
ifo
/,   :." ; ., • I,', I   ,., II."   ..i".v
..:.,' .,,   '*!, ,1 ,' l„, Willi :', !..'),'  '•'■
■;.'.; i'UMIi li, ,,l ilH l'„!l,J,k'll..,ll','«1 ie .'
' 111 ...leu ' 1 Illlll,! II.111. lilW lX't-1, I'll,
tl, It.
THE CRAND PRIZE
"I, ,"'", nirnnllwn. Hive,, lo II,'
Takes water
direct from
City Mains.
Chenpor tbiui
(las or
Electricity,
FfiFF   "A TiMtir. Pionv..ioi;.,,ion."i,
,'l  .   .'!,., ' rm illy.   /.Im,
JG.&C.MERRIAMCO.,
sPBIKOriELD, M'»S9.
I hii ,1 |aaaajBjajajaaajajaajaj
Fa Ha
DAHIELS
&SON
j[GENERAL BLACKSMITHS.pelton
Water Wheel
Co.,
SanFrancisco.
FOR SALE.
1  MoOurmloll   llimler,  ]   Brnntford
Mower, 1 Funning Mill, 1 Straw Culler!
1 | I Uorsell'owor,
F. N. DANIELS "4
son!
6-Inch Pelton
Illustrated Booklet Free.

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