Seed Central Livery Stables and Auto Livery (Next to Bank of Montreal) Hacks and Carriages For Hire At All Hours l Prompt Attention Given to Phone Ordore. Phone 7 O. Wilkinson Pkop THE CHILLIWACK PROGRESS, THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1916. Selected Ensilage and Fodder Corn. Early Varieties. Red Clover and. Timothy - Fancy Grades Fertilizers for Corn, Roots, etc. ROCKWELL, THEAL & DAYISON LTD. WHOLESALE nd RETAIL FLOUR, FEED, GRAIN, CEREALS. SEEDS, WAGONS, DEERING AND McCORMICK MACHINERY Fly Time The festive Fly will soon be bothering your Cows and the flow of Milk will grow less A. good Fly Destroyer will be an absolute necessity. We carry two good makes, Dr. WILLIAMS' and "No Flies Here" both of which have given entire satisfaction in the past. Last season it Was impossible to get either of these just when the flies were at their worst. Take a tip and lay in a supply while there'is plenty. DENMARK & BURTON'S HARDWARE SPRAY PUMPS AND LIME SULPHUR SPRAYING COMPOUND In Your Dairy electricity will mean the difference between success and failure Use electric current, always ready, for Milking Cream Separating Churning Pumping Water The EASIEST way to keep a sanitary dairy is by using electricity NEW - WESTMINSTER ABBOTSFORD Wanted uV,...,...,,,,, - ,,.., CHILLIWACK PROPERTY LISTINGS Small houses or bungalows in City for rent: three to ten acre 'plots outside city limits for rent. Properties for exchange, either for Vancouver city property or Saskatchewan farm property or in any other part of the Dominion. A new listing of your properties for sale or lease is desired. Fruit and Planting. TOMS BROTHERS S. A. CAWLEY Chilliwack Grown Vegetable Seeds CLOVER - TIMOTHY - LAWN GRASS - RAPE and other Seasonable SEEDS BEE HIVES AND BEE SUPPLIES Ornamental Trees, Flowering Plants, etc., for Spring Orders placed in advance will receive our best attention. PRICE LIST - FREE Reec Avenue and College Street Chilliwaek, S. C. iYiYiiV JOHN HILLAS i ACCOUNTANT ' Hart Bl'k CHI LLIWACK FOK PRISONERS OF WAR. Acknowledged by Mr. Pelly: Mrs. J. Ewen $1, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. M. Thackeray $5, H. T. Read $1, A. P. Cummins $2, Wm. Atkinson $1, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Watson $5, J. Scott $1, St. Thomas' Sunday school $4, Mrs. Fetterley $5, Master W. Duthie, sale of rabbits, 25c, Miss Carleton $1, Circle No. 1, per Mrs. Hillas, $4, Mr. and Mre. J. Pelly $5, Mrs. J. Ewen $1, A. P. Cummins $2, Mr. and Mrs. G. Fairfax $3. Correction: Amount received on April 22, $10 from - Junior Patriotic Society, was in error credited to Chilliwack Patri otic Society. ST. JOHN'S MEMORIAL SERVICE. A memorial service for the late Earl Kitchener was held in St. John'fi church, Sardis, on Sunday evening, when the church was crowd. ed to the doors. In addition to the regular congregation, the Sardis home guard, under Capt. Rev. G. H. Haley, and second lieutenant, P. Travis, and numbering about 35, at tended the service in a body. The Rev. T. E. iRowe, fomdutjted the, service, and preached an eloquent aud appropriate sermon dealing with the lite, work and example of the Empire's beloved and trusted military organizer and leader. METHODIST EPWORTH LEAGUE, The Epworth League meeting on June 5 was of a most interesting nature. The Christian - Endeavor committee, which was Jn charge of the meeting, responded exceedingly well to its duty. The topic, "Peter, the Spirit - filled Life," was taken by Mrs. Welsh, and several other mem bers. One item on the programme well appreciated, was a duet by the Misses Irene and Essie Knight. CURRIE DUNN. Carman church, Sardis, B.C., was the scene of a very pretty wedding, on June 10, when Alma Lucille, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Currie (formerly of Vancouver) became united in marriage to Douglas Penzer Dunn, son of Mrs. C; T. Dunn, Burnaby, B.C. Rev. C. E. Batzold. 231st O. S. Battalion, of - soldier's deah. In honoring his memory we honor ourselves, for he has fulfilled the highest standard to which a man can aspire; he has 'laid down his life for his friends," and while today we cannot lay any material token of esteem upon the warrior's grave, somewhere in France, we can make an unseen gift; we can erect in the world a monument to his name and greatness when we pronounce upon him to be what Christ spoke of in our text, 'a friend even unto death. He sleeps amid the roar of guns, the warrior's rest; he has laid aside the soldier's weapons and awaits the 'Well done' of the Captain of the - Hosts. All honor to him and to those who have similarly j given au they had. iney are more than saints they are heroes." SARDIS NEWS ITEMS. The congregation of Carman' church tendered a farewell social to their pastor, Rev. C. Batzold on Friday evening. Rev. Mr. Batzold has been granted leave of absence - and has enlisted for active service wtih the 172nd Highlanders, of Vancouver. He conducted farewell services at Carman church on Sunday. Next Sunday Rev. Mr. Welsh, of New Denver, B.C., recently appointed to Sardis, will commence his new duties. Chas. Irwin has returned after serving on - the Jury for three weeks at New Westminster. Pte. H. Wedrick was a visitor with his parents over the week end, prior to leaving for Vernon camp. Herb. Chadwick, a son - in - law of Mr. P. J. Cantelon and residing in Vancouver, has enlisted with the; Army Medical Corps. Mr. Chadwick resigned his position as accountant with the McClary Manufacturing Co. to enlist and - do his bit. Mr. Thoe. Angus of South Sumas has traded his ten acre ranch and home for a half section of land in Alberta, and will move to Vancouver to reside. The season is about three weeks later than last year, but crops including the hop fields are beginning to take on a verdant appearance. Considerable excitement has prevailed I:' the district over the Ved - der river situation, but it looks as thought a solution of the difficulty nciatintk ine cnae, wno was given will be found away by ner ratner, enterea . tne church to the strains c - f the Wedding March playnd by Miss Knight, and locked very becoming in a suit of cream serge with ermine fur and sheperdess hat, and carried white Currie, sister to the bride, acted as bridesmaid, and wore a gown of blue Maruisette with Dolly Varden hat to match and carried white blossoms. Mr. Earl Currie, brother to the bride, supported the groom. The gifts from the groom .were: To the bride, a string of pearls, to the bridesmaid a cameo ring, to the groomsman a pearl tie pin, and to the organist a cameo brooch. The bride and groom left immediately for a honeymoon trip. The popularity of the young couple was shown by the number of beautiful gifts received. Mr. and Mrs. Dunn will reside in Chilliwack, B.C. "AUTUMN" AT THE LIYRIC. On Friday and Saturday next we are to have another of those magnificent Unrversal features which were formerly called Broadway Star features,, but are now known as Red FeathcJand Bluebird features, some of which "My Old Dutch," "A College Orphan" end others will never be forgotten. These features together with the daring railroad serial, "The Girl and the Game," be a pirt of bur regular Friday and Saturday programme. "Autumn" is the title of the first of these and space will not permit a description as to how like a vagrant autumn breeze, dainty Violet Mersereau dances through this charming pic ture, untouched by the tragic situations that threaten her. It is a re markably strong and vey beautiful production. This will be followed in turn by 'Two Men of Sandy Bar," "Brigadier Gerard," Cleo Madison In "Her Bitter Cup," Mary Fuller in Thrown to the Lions," and others. Another attraction for Saturday night shows is the music by Messrs. Kelland and Turpin. NOTARLE MEMORIAL SERVICE. The Tilsonburg (Ont.) Observer, of recent date, publishes the following reference to a memorial service, held there in memory of Corp. Walter Fletcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fletcher, of Sardis, who was killed in France recently. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher are former residents of Tilsonburg. A notable service was held in St. Charles' church, Dereham, when the rector, Rev. F. V. Vair, paid an eloquent tribute to the patriotism and heroism of Corp. R. Fletcher, who was killed in France a few days ago. The church was filled to the doors with relatives and friends of the young man. In his discourse, Mr. Vair said: "Today we have come together to honor one who has gone forth, we may say, from our own homes, and has given his life in a The Chilliwack and Atchelitz Wo - j men's Institutes, held a very success - , fnl joint picnic on the spacious and( pretty home grounds of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wells, at Sardis, on Thursday i afternoon. A programme of novel weather conditions and ideal sur - roundlngs, combined with the lunch, for which the Institute ladies are fa - : nious, made every body enjoy the afternoon to the fullest extent. HOl'E NEWS On Tuesday at the office of L. A. Dodd, of Yale, Edward Stout took out his fifty - ninth consecutive free miner's license. The first was taken out in 1858 to entitle him to mine on Hill's Bar. The veteran, who will be 91 years old in September, is still keenly and actively interested in mining and is capable of an occasional trip into the hills. Lance - Corporal Leonard S. Daynes in a letter to A. E. Raab, states that he is at present stationed in Greece. He extends thanks to the Hope S. A. S. for a parcel of socks. Preparations are being made by Messrs. Vosburgh & Carlson, contractors, to recommence operations here. After only a few hours' sickness, little Eugene Baccus, the youngast child of Mr. and Mrs. George Daecus, passed away last Friday. Dec.?.3ed was a bright little fellow of four years. OBITUARY Died at Cheam, B.C., in his 84th year, John Rounsefell, who has resided many years in the Chilliwack Valley, coming here from Vancouver in 1896. Mr. Rounsefell came to British Columbia in 1887, having re sided in Brandon, Man., from the time he came out from England in 1882, consequently he was one of the early settlers in Western Can ada, coming to the West before the completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway. At the time of his death he was living with his daughter, Mrs. Holden, of Cheam. The funeral service being held at her home and from there to the cemetery. The Rev. Mr. Searles of Rosedale conducted the funeral service, which was attend ed by the relatives and many old friends of the deceased. Mr. Rounsefell leaves a large family (four "sons and three daughters): George, liv ing in Katchikan, Alaska; Frank, Vancouver; Aubrey, Montreal; John, San Francisco; Mary (Mrs. Haine), Kamloops; Annie (Mrs. Holden), Cheam; Margaret (Mrs. Richardson) Chilliwack. TURKISH SniP SSUXK. ODESSA, June 12. Russian torpedo boat destroyers have sunk 13 large Turkish ships laden with mef chandise off the Anatolian coast. Sand Play Shoes HALF - LACE STYLE at Factory Cost Sizes 8 to 2 .00 U PAIR WHILE THEY LAST LIGHT AND DURABLE NO TACKS TO BOTHER TENDER FEET SEE WINDOW DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY CHILLIWACK SHOE CO. Te nms Racquets $1.25 to $7.00 Tennis Balls 25c to 50c Tennis Poles and Nets i Base Ball Goods Fishing Tackle Croquet Sets Lawn Bowls Chilliwack Pennants - 25c H.J.BARBER DRUGS STATIONERY BUTTER Creamery Butter - Chilliwack Creamery Butter Buy Chilliwack Creamery Butter Ask Your Dealer for the Best Butter Chilliwack Creamery Butter - Fresh Churned Butter If your dealer cannot supply you Phone 100 Chilliwack ' Creamery ASSOCIATION The Chilliwack Progress is published even Thursday. from I the Progress building, Chilliwack, n. vj. i. u. layior, managing director.
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