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3    NOV ^31905     £]
®6e ARMSTRONG
CUqCHC RHIAM.
Publlmhtt.
and Spallumcheen Advocate.
ftkllstei li He lilercsts ol Uisiruj u« pisirlci. lie Chelccsi perllu «l Ike finis Nwfln valley.
SuhmcrlmUmit D.MMMmci
0lh.rwlm-S2.C0.
VOL.  I.
ARMSTRONG, B.C., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, l«05.
NO. 90,
[OBOE
rf HE 1 SEVEN!
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sceln* Things Is BeMevln'.
This is a      |   One 8ult of Clothes 	
_ Uno BUlt 01 I mirrwi'iir	
Snap One Shirt,   One Tie	
WfMRt&k I     ' *'"' l'i,'r ^"s	
SmxMriaaL        QwPolrO™«nBi	
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UO  -  NOT -  Mi«* .  TU1C
OPPOB.TUWTY.
Haw Cor fflhw ITaiolsi Mumjullrir ^nrikV
We li'inl in Clothing. Dressy Knits til. *».0(l tcrtRDiQO. Boys'
nnd Youths'Suits t2.fi0 to fB.OO extra vnlues, Sweaters all weights, styles and colors
11,40 to $8.00, Underwear is one of our Strong Forts, All-wool at 11,60 u suit. Fleece
lined 11,60 Other lines at 12,60 to 17,00, Large assortment of Gloves and Mitts nt
exceptionally low prices. Moll's working Shirts best in the market from $1,00 to $2,60,
Flannel negligee Shirts from $1.00 to $2.60,      Woolen Sox 20a n pair.   The latest shapes
and styles ill Collars Olid Ties.        (ieo. A. Sinter's "Invietus" shoes always  to  the.   front..
£:i"ti.b.„     *Zl flrmitafle $ iMeoffsJSI
Armstrong Pharmacy
R. R. Bums, Druggist.
We will have ii Large Assortment of this ware open, and
thv prices will be f |UhI to any eastern house, and you will have the satisfaction of chasing
from the goods and not from a picture.
■ I'ili^   C sIsT%bT"%bT'b!^Si    A big display of Beautiful Sets  Ebony Brushes,
^ -*^**»»^»*  ^ummL.^^m^mwV&       Mirrors, lovely Combs.  Manicure  Si'ts,  Military Brushes- in fact anything one could wish.
PA1*n 1 tnP1*V    In fancy bottles nnd in bulk.   Some of the very latest
„__„.* ^^^ French odors.       Also Crown  Perfume Co.  goals.
Roger it Gullet, etc.
Dainty Fans In the Latest Parisian Styles at Low Prices.
We simply request ths elmnco of allowing veil cur
Stock, which is the most Complete Stock >^
of Drills and Drug Sundries
in the Valley.
HOT BOVRIL ON TAP.
John Ham HI
.. The FARMER'S FRIEND.
Goods at "Live and let Live Prices."
Wo i- I.'^■.i.ii!.< to tlr farmers on the  lowest possible  innrgin of
profit and pay the highest prices for produce.
In order Ui make room for our  Fall Skic'; we now offer you....
30 Per Cent
Discount
fto Mies' Skirls m Bogs' CoNmpeg Sills.
Our Grocery Shelves are always supplied
with Clean, fresh Goods.
THE SITUATION IN RUSSIA news of the okanagan.
Official Directory
Postoffice
Mail Aiiiiivks
North ilnily except Sunday      9lS0a, in
South    " 8iS0 |>. in.
Maii Disavrs
North dally except KuimIiiy     :t:4f, p. in.
South     " i>:l.",a. in.
Gloncnutm und Palklund every
Monday      - - 5:00 p. in.
Siuilliniiclii'i'ii mnl Mull Car an
Mondays . fi:0tl p, m.
Fridays     . .       0:80 n. m
J, At, Winein, Postmaster
COCK1
:hsi.
Meetings;
each mi
Invited.
I' ARMSTRONG, No.
I. O. F.
s ill ilicir Lull Ins: Saturday in
nth.  Visiting brethren cordially
II. Hawkins, K.S.
ARMSTRONG Circle. No, 872.
HOME   CIRCLE.
Order of Canadian Some Circles, meets
in the 1.O.K. hull,  st Monday in each
month,        !•'. N. IMNIKLI-H, Lender.
Mrs. KKASEK, Sscretary,
Railway Time Table
(SnesWAe & Okanaiian Railway)
Arrives from North daily except
Sunday     .       . 9(28 n. in.
Arrives from Smith dally except
Hunility .        "•:'£) p, in.
mtrnm*.-ji !..-.:) 1JU.J-4I1UUWIJI	
Ml Kit W'A). resell..
Reeve    A. Sehlll.ert.
Clerk and assessor   L. W. fatten.
Trwwnn'r ami upUsator   ,1, M. Wright.
llnunrillnrs
(its). Murray, ('law. OlOSlSr,   \V.
S. Harnett, K. ,1. Offerbnui,
Fraternal Societies.
T   0. L., No. 1807,, meets in tin
Professional
JAS. MURPHY,
Barrister and Solicitor.
WOOD, CAMS ILL 1ILOCK.
Reports from Provinces Show an
Improvement.
M. WITTE  HAVING TROUBLE.
The Count Has Taken Up Residence
at St. Petersburg.
Dispatches from many points in
Russia indiciite that the situation
...ronghout tint provinces is "improving. The first train out of
Odessa since the disorders begun
arrived at St. Petersburg Tuesday,
taking thirteen days to accomplish
the journey.
The struggle for autonomy in
Poland has revived und Hags bearing the I'olish coat of arms arc flying from many buildings.
Count Witte is having trouble in
orgnni-/.ing. his new. cabinet and
has taken up his residence att St.
Petersburg so that he may be at
the emperor's elbow when His
Majesty returns.
_ The text of the imperial manifesto concerning Finland has been
made public find has caused great
rejoicing in Finland,
Late despatches tell of great distress in Kischeneff, in the Gaucnsus
und other places that have beetithe
centres of disorders,
The Traveling Dairy School.
•^T   F. FRASER, D.M.D
DENTIST.
Wood QtririU Block.
Oflipfl Hours: U:.'K> tn 12 und 1:110 toft
ATMSTRONG B.C.
Churches
TyrETHODIST QHTJROH,
Divine Service will bo held every Sun
■ iluy us follows: Armstrong,  11 a.m.)
Knoh Hill, :i p.m.; Knderhv, 7.80 p.m.:
Sunday School ut 2.iK) p.m. - Kev. A.N.
Miller, Pastor.
Saturday evening of onoh month ut Bl_____T.„_l,-	
Visiting brethren cordially Invited PPESBYTBRIAN CHURCH.
••'"      A.SCHUBEKT.    i*
W.M.       Sorvices in S. Andrew's, Enderhy, nt
___^_^___ II n.m.; Zion Church, Armstrong, at
7:30 p.m. every Sunday,—Rev, I). Campbell, Pastor.
p.m.   VisitiiiKiiri'l
F. N. DANIELS.
Secretary.
QKANAGAN Black Preceptory.
Meets in the Foresters'Hall. Anns-	
trone, on the Thursday, on or before the I _„.„,„„     „ „.
lull moon, at8 p.m.   Visiting brethren fJHUROH OF ENGLAND
cordially Invited, V/
W. T. HOLTHV,       ,1, I1AMILL,
Preceptor Registrar
CORONATION Lodge. No. IS.
Advertisers,
you anything
I. O. O. F
Meets eierv Thurs la.v evening in the
Odd^Kcl cavs' Hull, over Wood. Cargill
ft Co s. 8 ore, at « o'clock.    S:WtirnTng   to offer to the lienlile   nt  tlilu   Ati
brethrcn lire ciruially invited to intend.  <*> «'"-r U> UK. 1.x opie  ot this  ilib
HO. WVATT,  N. O.
K FBANCll'^'Seo.     mem* of M,cWlW ^ WPlto
The traveling dairy school, under the direction of the Dominion
department of agriculture, was held
in the 1,0, F. hall lust Friday und
Saturday and Monday ami Tuesday of this week, by W. A. Wilson,
assisted by F. Wiuiicko, of Chilli-
wack, The school was not attend-
ed as liberally as we believe it
should have been by the farmers
of the district, yet un active interest was taken in the work by those
who did attend, Monday was the
largest day in point of attendance,
when seventeen persons took -part
in the instruction, Practical do-
moiistrutions were given during
i the course of the instruction in
j separating, testing, churning and
packing. In each department the
the students were called upon to do
the actual work under the direction of Mr. Wilson, each one thus
securing the practical instruction.
Oral instruction in mi Iking,-and
the care of the milk before separation and ninny other points in
connection with the beBt result'!
from dairying was also given.;
Especial stress is laid upon the
necessity of cleanliness nnd the
, ...    „,.     . ; observance of the proper tempera-
trictV   The Advance is your o..ly!tlm,9 in order to secure only the
best flavors in d viry pro.lncts.
St. .Tames' Church, Sunday, Nov. 0,
Morning Prayer nnd Holy Communion,
11:00. Sunday school, -j::io ri, in.- F.
V. Venabtaf, Vicar,
Among the freight on the S. S.
.liipun last week was twenty-five:
tons of Hour from Euderby to
Kobe.
Thos. Qniun was sentenced to!
six months imprisonment at Vernon the last of th<* week for selling
liquor to Indians.
T W. Fletcher, of Armstrong,
reports that during the month of
October he shipped thirty cars of
t produce and fruit from Vernon.
.r. W. Williains,iiiiuiiig engiiieMT
of Seattle, representing wealthy
mine owners in California, spent a
few days of Inst week in the Oku-
uugun. |
The Daly Reduction Co. are
Icontinuing their improvements on.
the Nickle Plate ut Hedloy. Two
80-horse power boilers went down
the line for them Inst week.
Fruit Pest Inspector Cunning-!
Iiiini spent thepnst Week in the
valley looking for fruit, posts, find-
ing very few, which is highly creditable to the growers of the valley,
Mike Keogen, un old-timer in
the valley, now of Washington, was
looking over the ok! field lust week,
taking note of the many improvements made here in the lust few
years.
A mock parliament has been organized in Vernon. Jus. Stoddors
is the premier, mid the proem-dings
will be conducted along party iiuoB,
loosely following federal procedure.
.Meetings ore to be held every Friday night.
Walter Gardner, of Euderby,
has lately invented u hone hit for
the control of vicioiw nnimnls, on
which he has secured it patent.
The invention is the rowilt of bis
ninny years experience with
horses.
The bail ring on an ifiipty car
broke going up the gravity tramway at the Nickle PlftttiHt Hedley
last week. The car started on a
mad rush down the UKiuntutu side
with the result that ii considerable
portion of the track was tarn up
and the car do'naoliahed. No one
was hurt,
D. Gellatly &■■ Sous, of the west
side of (>kaiiiignn hike, the imst
season made u portion of their
place yeikl an income ut the rate
of 85,000 per acre in the produc-!
tion of tomatoes They will next'
season have three aoses of hot
houses and engage in tlu- production of Oknnngan tomatoes; on nil
extensive scale. Tho enterprise of
such men us Mr. Gellatly is whut
is idling to bring tin: Otitacigsu to'
the high position iu which U
should' be known thrringbout the]
Dominion. '
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§       THE BIG STORE        $
|    .. GOODS FOR..    •
I Fall and Winter!
DURING the Inst two weeks over THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS worth of New Goods have come
into the store. You see to take advantage of a rising
market we have to 'place orders many months ah.'inl. Since
contracting for our stock the advances have been very noticeable, particularly in WOOLKN GOODS nnd COTTONS of
more recent date, but we are fully protected on all our goods.
By the way, we almost forgot to say that in less than a
year nearly every kind of FUR HAS HONK IT FROM
TEN TO'FIFTY PER CENT, yet strange to say, we will
be able to show yon BIGGER VALUES THAN EVER,
Che new flrriuals are: D£R£ffl'iJL
v no. on,lie iHiuuii. onnii'S. DtaCli ' MjpOBUUl, BIC <S/
TAPLES; Flannelettes. Wrapper, ties. Shirtings, Flannels.  flL
EDD1NG: White English Mnrselles Quilts, Flannelette and 0)
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FURS: Stone Martin. Sables. Black (Ippoglim, *tc
STAPL1
BEDDIJ
Wool Blankets
A Generous   General   Assortment
wood, cargiii co'y
IIMITED.-
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Okanagan Flour
Ills Co. Ltd.
ARMSTRONG
B. C.
* * millers of a flour * *
THAT   IS   A
UNIVERSAL FAVORITE
^^ AGENTS FOR^t-
jjjgjjjj Machinery*
Feed Grains of All Kinds BOUGHT
AND SOLD. j-   lrr tit —I
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for Hie Home...
Home should be the" spit   most f
desired by every hone ralile man.
To help make it so the home must
be pleasant and comfortable. You
con make your home attractive ut
small expense, with our new liuesof
wall Papers, carpels, carpel
Paper, gugs, ete.
\\m pa seen m Japanese d&otis?
(Screens, tables, and nthei of (he latest uoveltiesl
A whole case of Toilet .Seis almost
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at your' own Price.
Buy i, Dn».t,er
and c.»-t .i .Vet Pros
Sewing Machines.     Organs.      Talltophone*.
j " TlUE UNI INDERTAKIKG MODS MD SUPPLIES,    j
its".':' ■.'."_' ■ .■ *■  '   ■-,   ''»' ^ ..' u .: ■•,
>tf*' Contrac&c nd Builders.
'f no town i ,f Arn.etrjug is t.i'k With Christ**** 'inV awtr tUnn
,   ing incur) or itin     A:k-r thiifc.-i a month distort «:u sc «t»-!y irai-
• year*   experience     of    municipal ^ (|l(, .,.ls!iill,,   „{   Jlu-   summ,.r.
• government ns  part  ol  the  town- .                   ...     s    ,
si-    to   n      i       r  i   i,. i. Urun wmterwiu soon trh.anpjn us
f ship of Spalluiucheen. hiulerliv oe- *
• carle incorporated a few month's and ere we reiilm- it another
f ago. Now that Armstrong in the springtime will be making its rapid
•1 same .municipality   is considering advent.    How   steadily   ;«id   how
► the mutter of running, its own af- MW ,,„ t|lt, ars J;,,,. ,,v „,„}
w lairs it would look ns it municipal '         f       .."       .,    ...
► ir-n-eriiment   has   proven   itself   a one is often forciMt tt.«.t,.«uler if he
• goalgiing,    Hedley (ifiisette. is really making the test of the
► TffJ Giizette  is slightly  mixed swiftlypassingtinm
► in its. geography, since Euderby t^ w .*■ sorn\ V»* -„ tmvn
| m never im-ludMl in theSpultum. )||Mt ,.,.,., ,   rtQ*toa»n»>IiJfiL
► eheen   municipality,     .\ iiuiciii.'il i   i i  ,,   ,              ii       , a
t                            ■         . awl while the townspeople w> not
V iroveirnuielit, neoertheless, has been -,.   ,                - .,     ,.
|   B        ... want  In   niamlesl    •■.::>,•   spirit   of
. ,, good thing for Armstrong. , .   t, ^    rf,    ;(, .;„..,,,!,.;,.
► TKfe Frusi'f Bros,  have droppeil, revenue, it is   hoped   *.'■,-  coina]
f thi<u'nuie"Edonogruph''forthntof will in duo time  ii:i';  tbinwelvra'
| the Progress, mid their paper, comes able to fix up some   ■■■  :"-..- warot
| m us  greatly   improved,   both in streets   ml crossing m •aetown/
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w  Ivixiirrnvnucu   appeariitice   mi   i:i ,,.,                 .. ,,       .■
%   ■ '        ' (Itlnr towns ol the mllt-i; are or-
9 i he matter of its c intents.    \\ >do , .. ,
b       ,~,        , ! mixing ilrauiatic un<.  . vu. mock
mil believe the new proprietors havi
lost anything  I'v
parliaments
litorurj      - cieties,
►   lOSI ,'ilivllllll I   I'V    giving    111!    the
Armstrong should iln i    into  line
JBOinewhut i- ictic til!'' ol  the   orni- • , ,       /■     i
'      ■ mil provide some sot        Ixiun 'i«l
9 er pfopriel ,r.   ml   iv    h >| c  i.
J    B ill 111'' I       ith
P   ill   ii:--   pnbli ntiou   ol    tl
FISHER & SAGE
v«j-  Real Estate I
Insurance V*       a   >       a       *-*     "
™     Agents j&
"LancTo/ the BIG RED
APPLE"
Remeinlierjnhen placing your  Onler for   Fruit  or Ornamental Trees that WK SELL
TREES  THAT  GROW   AND   ARE   |
FREE   FROM   DISEASE. ■
Wo sell ns CHEAP us GOOD STOCK can be  produced.
Place your Order early mid II will bu filled complete.
We are now. Agents for the LarKin   Estr.t--? Lots.
Gull and look tin m over with ns mid gel Prices.
uuieiil for l!>'
40 ACRES
All Level I
OF  A ll.D I VXD   H
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.  the .   irl i I '■ ■ ■'.
infm—nevwvwwvwwp ~ sv|^'T,»"T>v«I, rffrr1"*" \mV*t
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ood  Wi\:  .r--.-;.
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As the fall millini ry season  \--  inpidly
drawing to n close, and uoi   wishing to
carry any slock over, I will -"-II  ill. . .
Ready=to=$ear fiats in Stock lust at £o$t
This is ii ran- opportunity il   you   have mil
purchysed yon winter hut. s"i f the
pretties! styles are yet in stock
$ee our Silk Ue!M$ and fancy Ribbons.
MRS. IrV. 5. FISHER.
('rmibr   ■. ' •  I    nin
ns a c:l\    I 'I iug fr III the   Ii I   ini I .Itiv.Mi:
;ni irujir,neuienl when in".-.i of the E.stray.
!c.idin«(ou,,sorihe  pro.   are     ,',„,,„,.    ,;[, , ,,,,„„
bi'tuir r,i"  .1 lo thai   laun as rap"I '
I. ,n |--.il'li.     Armstrongi  Ii/ i     ' i;l--"-< ram twos      iw  ."::•■
s'huulil pnne   lh"in     .   ■• |   '      ''      (Inner  please  <•;.!'.  ssjd   pay
;;:' ssive   as   those   "I    any   ohter chare,' .■
place in   IS   t' B     '.''.    \'i
Insurance written.
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Head OihVe: Montreal
CAPITAL, nil raid up ?1 l.(JtiO,(l(10. Rest, ?10,OCO,OCO
Bnlnncc Profil unci Loi 8 m • onnl, ?ii7il,y(-8.
j Ready for iusiness! \
•   PRESIDENT,  Kirfhl  lire..   Lnrrl  Strothcono  nt,<l  Haunt Roynl,
r..c.M.ci.
VICE-PRESIDENT, Sir Geo. A. n:■-..-remrjitd, K.C.M.G.
i   BmmmBamvmwnm*wnnaaMmMBWmvmmaM%.\Mm%we**%**tikmKMa   9
Bn lies iii I'll the priucipnl cities :
the following citicB :    London, Eui
il towns in Cimadii.    Also in
: 22, Abohureh   Lnne,   B.C.
i J- M. PAUL,
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The Advance    ital of Sir Arthui. ,Str|m(.v :„,.
TOBLISHED   KVKHV   I-.M..A V AT f"'« ' 'f V"""'"' "''l'"'''   ""'"'
AK.MSTKON'd. II. (.'. '■"'' ' '■'■"■- !      1:/   ,vl   ":il;',-; ' -:
IUOEHE RHtAII,      . Putllshor.
Subscription 81.60 pur yunr in ndvnnco,
It cm [mid in ;iilv:iiii-i- 82.00.
Merchant
Tailor j&
\ New  York..V.I  Wall Sheet : Chicago, 188 Lll Sail" Street : Spokane.
| Wash. : St. .folia's Newfoundland.
Z Bankers nnd Correspondents : Liverpool. Bank of Liverpool.   Scot-
| laud. British Linen Go's. Bunk and Brunches.
f A general bmiking business Iransacted.          Drafts sold available at
| all points in the I'liiteii States. Europe und Canada, including Atlin
f and Dawson City,
I SAVING'S  I'iAXK   DKI'AliTMKXT.
Dspoaita
I'l-i.i'd friun si upuiirds nnd Interest allowed at current rate
Interest entered 80th June, and .'list December
Advertising rate
un application.
,J()1! PRINTING ,\ SVEC1 VLTY.
Mottoes of church services nnd enti
toinuients whore nondmission is churg
inserted (roo. Other noticoB nl usu
i-nii's.   Cards ol thnnks 61.
Tho Advance is piihlishod in the inti
ests of the town nnd  distrlcl  in  .vhli
It exists and oi rdinllj  solioits tl o out
ronngoof tho publie.
in  fruit   culture   is   the   highest
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tribute to tin.- immedinlu ilistricrs
udnptihility In hortiinltnre     11   is
the opening np   of   such   tl   fruit
ranch as Sir Arthur hopes to make
of his thai will bring ibis distriol
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more directly to tho  attention   of
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Vitit.tlrtiwzlii    en    f.'c/?:::,ici    uftlicut    delay.
Rsnchera nnd cmintry business given s; t rial attrntii n.    M.micii nl mid schcpl
district lu-ci'iints recelvrftl on favurnbld tehns,    SpeCinl atle'nticn given to tne
bundling of aiuaicipil mid other debentures.
I'.AXKINIi   I'.Y  MAIL.
Doposita may be made and wiilalraun by mail.    Dutnf Iowa nooounts receive
We beg In remind you that our stock of Tailoring (iuods f
is now complete, consisting of u fine range of  imported all- I
'VonlTw Is. Serges, Woisteds in Suiting,   Trouserings and f
Overcoatings \     OKANAGAN DISTRICT. &&0H»*&?Si*/.?.N'
Fit. Shupliness and  Sntinfnction   in '■very  way pnaonssed. ►
EHBERBY,
. T^n   ■ «     . *».-,.. * UUMTtWHe €. /!. Taxlec, Sub Agent. KELOWNA
\ - Trial ■ optfer - sciicllec       |t*w^«.c»,^m
prospective fruit growers, His will    .   Armstrong,
be made   nil   objccl   lesson   ill   ill '
LUCAS   IlLfK'K,
P.  CuMcnlln, Sub. Agar.l.
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■ productions ol the soil and climate-
conditions of the district, The
- Stepney Kanch will in nil probnbil-
r ity In- in the Spiilluuiolieen whnl
" the Coldslrenin is to Vernon, since
the mnmigenieiil intends to onlurgo
 from year to year upon theiicreiige
a,Kji| tinder fruit, und  will   pay   special
Ho] attention to the  varieties planted
j,1  In-order to select those which will
only the besl satisfaction,
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... Leaiisf iipdwiit
WHY THE LEADER?
sdQ
After talking with n I iber of Congrnliiliiti ■ an- due the pro-
Die residents of thedistricl stippos- printers of the heretofore diminii-
ed to be favored, we an-   in some fcive paper, the ''Okltmignn" for the
doubt us to whether, the new  road  liimdEome nppearai of their  ini-
for which the bylaw   has   received proved paper.    It is il   six-eoluinn.
itssei Ireiidiug that crossing the all-houie-print paper, chuck full of
valley near Liinsdowne   will really local news in Interesting form, and f
be of siilllcieut service to wnrriitit alive with tlioiidvortisiiigmiuoi -
at tho present ti i-l spnnditnrn mentsofu largo    iber  of  tho
of the amount of money thai  will 1 business men, thus   proving   thai
be reipiired lopui ii  through ami the paper is appreciated in Vernon
in good   i lilion.    The   eosl   of •lohn Kennedy, late of New  West-
the rond is variously  estimated   at minster, is to b • the  editor.    Kvi-
from 1700 to $1000, and  from  all dently the < Ikminguii hns found the
the information at hand the  rond " h,u''f'"'. ":lli<;1! ""' Pf°prietdr
.               , ,   ,    ... ,     „ hoped in bis brst issue ami  is go-
when completed will be oi compnr- ,n(J ,„ „„ „ ;„ „ „„,„„„,. „„„   ^j,,
alively little use as ii public-  high- make tin  pnper   a   credit   to   the
way,   The main argument ill   fnv- town in which it Is published.
or of   the    estnblisliinenl    of   the •   •"
rond is for the use of children who A K"m"wh'" wr""«   'uipression
mny desire   to   nltend   school   nl  "".'V"1!"   ' "   "«•«•«"   ,th"
r „..„,i , , ,i                       , tniin s o  some o  inir  readers  hist
IjiiiihiIowiio. und there  appears  to ,  ,      ,    .                                ,
i„.,., ... u , i..   ,-    ii               i week by the item referring to the
be ut present prnctically none who . .    ,          ,        »   „     ,       i
i „:.   i„  l,   ,       i      i              , municipu   surplus of   iiiuds.    In-
desire to do so  win,   have   not   n ,   ,,        ,       '            ,
,        ,    ...               .,        i, o luting the waterworks  revenue,
good   rond,   We  are  unite   well ....      ,.,,,.,,
..,„„.„,, ,            .        ,. ,. , winch is not inc in lei in the gener-
nwnre that the   opening   of  high- ,„.,,,           ,       , ,,     ,B,      ,
 „„ i. ,i,   ,.   ,            '..            ., nl hind, the surp us at the date  of
ways is the hrst necessity   in   the
Because we handle the best goods 5s»
all lines of Hardware.
I
STOVES
RANGES
I
HEATERS,
Now Is the time to get your
stoves ready for winter.
:§iieeSiCfi
Bread ami Pastry always in stock
Careful iittontion given ("Special Orders.
Fresh Fruit.   Choice Candies and Confectionery
Tobncccesjuul Cigars.
Ice Cream Parlor in Odnneotlon
fl'fea/s at all Hocus.
A* SHARYm
Near C. P  li.
I
I
development of the country and
heartily endorse the spirit of providing these whenever necessary,
yet it is not in accord with the bust
the last meeting was nearly S:?,(XJ()
instead of $1,000. We are pleased
to state that a large portion of this
is now being expended on the roads
The Largest Stock of GUNS AND AMMUNITICS—tobe
sold at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
,     •              i        .             i and it is the intention of the conn-
business prudence to expend money ., ,   ,             ,   ,    ,   .
 ,, „, ,,   ,     ■ ,,   , i      , oil to do as innnli    o.inl   improve-
on mutters that might   take   from .      ,.     ,     .,,         ,.     '
,,,                     .   .         ,   ., m uit as hauls will permit,
other places more sorely in need cf ^   ^
it.    However, we have every   con- What hns becoui.' of our public
tideuce in   the  members .of  our watering trough ti be erected   by
municipal council mid believe the the council?   Though not needed
matter will be fully investigated so badly now as in the summer,
before   the     expenditure   of   the; yet it would in (lcrb;bca|.pr.vint- S
public funds is npttinlly umde, eilbysomei                               j
I
D.
Just Reeelved
A Carload of -****&&*-
CUTTER,
I Sleighs with both Steel and
Cast Shoes.
B. FRANCIS
BBBSBBBBBBB
Reductions in all lines lor casl §
J. McDonaldl
0
I
Hawkins Bros
^BUTCHER^^.^^
Wholesale and Retail
The best steaks and roasts a specially.
Fish and gams In season.
Live Stock bought at top price.
MAIL  ORDERS=-™_
receive  most   particular attention. Armstrong' Advance.
VOL.1.
SUPPLEMENT TO ISSUE OF NOVEMBER 10.1U06,
No. 30.
ARMSTRONG SCHOOL REPORT.
For the Month of September.
The following is the standing of
the pupils of the Armstrong school
for the month of October: The
lirst three in ench elnss are arranged in order of merit.
Pupils registered 188,
Average attendance 107,
High School: E. Pringle, B,
Marshall. M, Medio.
Sr. 1th: Beatrice Huniill, Bur-
llin Ball, Steele Fisher.
•Ir. 1th: Maud Burnett. Florence
Hum ill, Lulu Fletcher.
8rd Reader: Christina I'utchett,
Belli Wright, Raymond Schneider.
Sr. 8ud: Mary Williamson,
Cl'Celltl Watson, Nettie Schneider.
Jr,2nd:   Frank Qassard, George
I'atehetl,   Ivlnn Francis.
1st Render: Mabel Hoover.
Karl I,iimsdeii. drover Itiiruett.
2nd   Primer:     Alia     llassmil.
Vornn Murray, < Hive Lover,
1st Primer:   George Cniiipbull,
Marry Daniels. Doris Moberly.
Ii, Wilson,
Principal,
London Fruit Exhibit.
At the next  annual   meeting  of
the Royal Horticultural Society,
held at London, which will open
December 5th, there will be 11 large
exhibit of the fruit of British Col-
lllllbia, This exhibit is being
gathered under the direction of the
British Columbia  Fruit  Growers'
association, and there will be some
lilHI boxes of tipples and KXI boxes
of pears selected from different
portions of the province, besides a
complete line of other fruit raised
in this section of Canada, British
Columbia fruit is in demand in
England, some of the choice boxes
of apples commanding ST. At Inst
year's exhibition of the Horticultural Society the highest award
ever given to any fruit exhibit of
any colony was ninde to the exhibit
sent by this province.
I news of the District
D • Tram Our Cormpeiidcnts. «
• ——*
Silver Creek
For the first time. Silver Creek
wus this full visited by n threshing
outfit. 0. D. Hoover, of Armstrong,
doing the work, and giving good
satisfaction, We are safe in saying that double the quantity of
groin will be grown next year.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hurry Young left
Inst week for Rossloud. We hope
to Bee them buck in the sprint'.
Mr. and Mrs. Crunkshuw nnd
family, of Sardis, B. ('.. have the
sympathy of the community in
their bereavoment in the death of
their daughter, Miss Corn M.
Craiikshnw, which occiired on
Monday, Oct. 80th, Miss P.
Craiikshnw and Mr. and Mrs. I{.
Howell, of Knob Hill, attended the
funeral. A letler of condolence
from Mount Zlon union Sabbath
school, in which she WUS U teacher.
is being forwarded tho family.
W.  B, Allnndice   has   returned
from the coast.
Editor Rhine, of the Advance,
nnd wife were visitors here Sunday.
A dunce wus recently given by
Mrs. .1. Bolton in honor of her
daughter. .Mrs. .1. McCnlluin. of
Kevelstoke, who, with her husbuiul,
were visitors here.
•I. K. Smiley was in the district
lately in the interests of the Washington Nursery Co. He has taken
orders for quite u number of trees
for residents here.
The story is told of a well-known
man who. not finding his wife,
went out into the kitchen where
the luundress was busy with the
family linen, and Inquired: "Bridget, do yon know anything of my
wife's whereabouts"? "Yes sor",
replied Bridget, "I put them in
the wash".
Columbian
college...
..New Westminster, B.C.
Instruction given in Music.
Art. Physical Culture, Elocution as
well as a full course for Teachers'
Certificates, 0 Commercial or Business Course, and full course for
the B. A. of Toronto University.
For fuller Information write to
Rev, W.J.Siei'iiKi.i,. BA..B.I).
Rev. J, P. BowKl.i.. Bursar.
ME ¥01 GOING TO BUILD?
If so, it will pay yon to see me.
Estimates given.
J. Simington
CONTRACTOR
& BUILDER.
Simp noxt Fronds'
II' you want 11	
Cream
Separator
Get an
^-^EMPIRE.
IT RUNS EASY
IT SKIMS CLOSE
SIMPLE
RI'NS A LIFE TIME
(Without Repairs)
Cull nnd see....
J. W. Christian,
Buttermaker at Creamery.
Copies of the Armstrong booklet
for sending to your friends may
be secured free at this office.
■■■■na^H 0
ANNUAL   RIFLE   SHOOT.
The annual shoot of the Armstrong RiHe Association was continued
on Tuesday of this week.    Below is the score:
'B_'i.S'B'3'is     %       "E       "S
F St    *-5     ? s     =■*       a a        i5       _"
il II 81 8* 8   §   I   I
Inch  8 2 il ..    * *
Clinton  21 22 Hi        ♦
Wolfenden. F  27 2(i 22       lit 24 28 8 14!»
Fan-  20 24 Hi      17 8 15 !! 100
Moberlv  27 80 25      25 28 24 28 184
Unniels. F  20 111 20       17 !! 2 21 108
Daniels  15 10 17      18 7 8 2 81
Graham. I)  25 21 15       17 21 18 15 128
Wimbles. Rev  17 .. ..        .. .. .. .. ..*
Wolfenden. A. R... 27 24 24       15 28 211 14 158
Hnwkins.H  18 1(1  *
lloltbv  25 25 111 18 2!) 4 144
Pellv.'  17 lb 24 21 15 (I 122
Scott  21 28 15 27 29 81 171
Martin  22 lit 17 21 24 24 144
Ferguson  17 22 111 15 2.t 18 189
Mnundrell  14 12 18 2 22 8 Hit
McPherson  22 22 21 22 28 17 154
Strnthearii  27 27 88 16 24 20 177
MeKee  2:1 21 17 Hi 22 8 130
Bnvford  10 8 15       2(1 21 2!l 4 131
Vn'nkleek  21 21 ..»
Levins  28 18 23       21 211 22 18 115
Evans  28 28 25       27 21 23 27 1711
*Score not completed.
The Real Estate
Harvest Is on
Get in Line and List your Farms.
Connections with whole Valley.
H.   P.   LEE, Real Estate.
Vernon      -      -     and     -      -      Enderby
A Badjuzzle. GOOd      OsfHIPll
Here is a new puzzle which  has  ISJlf PP,KVIIvll
been the   rounds   of   late.  BB^l^l^ll>la^IB_BBBBBBBBB_
Try it   yourself.    Put   down   the FAII CM f
year you were born, to which   add ...I""" SALE.
4, then   add   the   age   vour   next
birthday will make you, provided Only liulf u mile from Ann-
it comes before the first of .lanunry. strong. 10 acres under cultivation
other wise your age at your last balance good bottom land easily
birthday. Multiply the "result by cleured. Good frame house, stable
1000 und deduct from this (i',14.423; and other buildings, With the
sbstitutefsr the figures correspond- land will b.-sold one team, three
ing letters of the alphabet, A fori, cows, one steer, one brood sow, 3
B for 2, (' for 3. und so on. The dozen chickens, nnd full equipment
result will give the name by farm machinery, Price loOOO,
which you nre popularly known. .. .D. MITOHELL.
Armstrong Ma
rKets
The following prices
are being
paid for produce by the
Armstrong
Farmers' Exchange:
Potatoes, iier ton    -
-   $14.(X)
Carrots,
-     12.00
Parsnips
-     25.(X)
Beets
-     1(1.00
Turnips
-     10 00
Cabbage
-     20.00
Huy
-     12.50
Apples, per 40 lb.   -
-1.25-1.35
Pears
1.75
Plums, per 20 lb.
.75
Celery, per 50 lb.   -
3.1X1
Poultry, per doz.
li.(X)
Eggs      "     "
,80
Butter, per lb.
.20
G. Moberly
j^y Contractor
& & Builder
All kinds of Carpenter Work at
Reasonable Prices.
Picture-Framing, Turning.
Plans and Specifications  Pre-
PARED,
ESTIMATES   FURNISHED.
J.   Me
contractor
& Builder..
All kinds of Carpenter Work.
Estimates furnished.
nt ,%M Shaving
Hair-
ffllK cutting
Shampoo.
Armstrong   Barber
Shop.
A. X. RATLEDGE, . Proprietor.

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