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   Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - July 14, 1898, Baldur, Manitoba                                The Peoples Store THE OLD HEUABLE Has nW hand a jargp and stock fiats 4 be and Crockery and And nrw desirous of running the stocK down in 50 make nxjij for full iiujjortnUniH to arrive jij T 8ee our Flannellettes at our Bleached and Grey Cotton i at same We keeq H full s jtfo of Groceries t f everything iii our Ojir TCIIH SMITH AT I I I I I I PER FirstClass Accommodation fop by Week and Livery in Harrower A I Insurance XT 1 IVW Notes or Accounts Collected and Returns promptly All business strictly AGENTS FOK RAYMOND SEWINCI n A 1 I O ta tj t Nodiry Fire nnil Life in THE CUP THAT EVERYBODY SAYS OlK Ceylon Tea TS Till BKST THKV CAN It flust be ALL JOODS AND REASONABLE IN Belmont Cao you not see es THE MtJST tOMPLElfc STOCK OK O Meat ahxny I itiii of She of Ilie ffil Watchmaker it a Work l to taJ ai Hair Iii the latent Man Irving Si ORANOE OF THE TLI or SIKTETY ATT EX u Pi BL1C Off if Htirtfcon lo Noithprn Piifjfje ANDKIE Open for rill The Methodist Churebis sciit ing capacity was to iU fullest extent jit the annual Orange The reading desk prettily dfcorfitrri With an arch cmblemiitira of the ith degree o the order liliefj nbouijded h sweet The member oi the society nut at the tfchoo house iii full regalia and marehei to the churrhThe fuHmvhu otfi Hiirry Worshipful Precfpjor of Bdtlur Bind 540 Frank Schultx master Matliew of Rock Lake eoun iy Oartwrjghtt of t Orange order Waller master past county treasurer MjPhail county Little prcurhed from Pauls Epistle to the Romans sih I 21st referring espeuially to I the If God be for ut who can befigBJnjn up our Hi rtviowed all the acts of deliverance wrought by the Almighty JIHIK of Gotl to His people recorded in and the of God for all our Thttt WC PK Ujeil and as brethren in the Orange j shoyld homage at the tWt of fluTeat God of all the I Ginls power had been manifested by and such men as When the tyranny of Rome been lire too oppressive for Great He had raised up Miverer in the person of Wil liam of He then briefly related the historical events which followed protestant rinci ples became and charged them to the privileges wrought by the bjond of our were stjll fighting against principalities and again Hi Spiritual wickedness in high Our lunatic asylums and hospitals are full of the prisoners of God had not left us but raised up a mighty deliver in thf person of His only begotten Son to redeem man from the curse of the Righteousness exalteth a nation and a society it must be supreme in whatever we then God will be with He pictured what it really meant to have God against in His terrible judgment on those who worked In conclusion he appealed to the Orangeman to fix all their hope in Jesus for He was for those who are for those who are for and come to The musical part of the service T was 1y the combined i Two anthems woie Has for sale Thoroughbred Short Berkshire and York shire first Monctuy iu encli month next t wt i will wmfurreii at thr JOHN H Argyle Loyal Meets July 2Hth and AuKiipt Condensed uniler thU head cenls for one insert ion ami LTi cenls additional insert and must uol ixceed forU PA IK PON ONE HAY WITH i while on fiiru the other i rcnu branilril on Uft rilis IM it tniiml tin Owner pinst piv Mini tiiki I a On on to om liny white on efi Irtini briimliil N on liintt Owner tiin prnjiertt am Su Y On one rfd ml Owner tin iiave same pay irid provinw SWAN I b w glad to hear that the will he rereived by the under MKUUII for thf erection of n the Peinbina known Irick up to noon July Ilaiis and spefifications for saintat the of fice of he clerk of Municiptility of until July and at the house of of Ciystal after July Thp or any not it Councilor Ward ulcnoro re is to be an elevator put up at this station very Likelv we shrll have better prices for our grain this and McLaren have returned from there honey and appeared in Church on IX THE Rcxttiijr a i We had a good large congregation j to welcome the Girling our new He seemed to please 0 j fa a Including Agricultural Implements s Hllf Wo Fish Fnun our CHI RCH OF Miss from f v visit to her i j Anderson is now away on iis We hope he will s i r V a i JUniUL HI AT srtlpMri VISITORS fuly nen mid commiitrt i the Tinf j the of joday oi lie muil eoehri untsflvrs ffvti hy our I kl ratiiimtjy nntl i ter lered flitiilniofpluif to n plfjiwi t agreeable for the variants will ns for iii jini gaily nttireM who into imyijfrotn fnj Tiny were nil these lie tiiie the wmiklbe and lu redoubtnlie majinges to show up every Tak ing everything into consideration nothing occurred to umr the serei ity of the fini probably a thousand turned out to reward tin energy find work of the conimittet to whom credit diif for the sportsmanlike conduction uf tin In the open Peter Sheri n tine specimen of horse outstripped the field and had tlie race his own The open run was hotly Tempta tiou and Jyelops milking a keen competition for fhxt The green brought out three com but the superiority of DewV wa3 easily seen from the and won in his own The pony race was won Belle Hninlin in a pretty A large number of entries in creased the interest in the foot Arniifage nnd Davidson carried oil the JOO find 220 and Reid the winning by HO Great amusement was caused when the fat men lined but the superabundantly oi flesh retarded not the rapid work ings of their pedal and a fast dash was won by with Joe Cobbe a close Lange vin won the uui going B7 while Tiwdale cleared 37 4 After the above sports took place an adjournment was t the where the aequatic eon tests came Keen interest manifested in these Thf swimmers were quite home ami displayed great the halfmile race being very ardviom work against a strong wind to tin Conn lead at this with Wait pushing him hard foi first place the other two partici pants were somewhat in the The finish was the men be ing neck and but the young er man pulled ahead of his oppon ent and won by a few Thf Muchmor won IUK powerful strokes carrying him straight through thf water at terrific Home good walking greasy pole and boys swimming closed these Baldur was billed to play Bel mont but the latter failec to which somewhat disappointed fhp m they were prepared to distinguish their In football Bel mont resulting ii a This brought one of the most successful day of sports to a Below follows result of contests Open 1 best 3 in 5 Maxwells Peter Sheridan 1 Mogeys 2 time Open i best in 5 McMnnus 1 Andersons Green 1 best 2 in ii Dews 1 ROBS 2 Taylors Pony i best J5 in 5 Dykes Belle 1 Wilsons FOOT I 100 Armitage 1 David 220 1 David 880 1 Fat mans 1 Lange viu 1 1C m sinj things thajt under my visit to the was tjhif lluiieftiriotie prwtiee of 4umclewijjg peeinp to have eoiue niflnja with your fnif I even men if d mnture age exercjpjnp tlieh find testing the of their gjjuderp in the tempt p pipce of tl ig abomhwjj Surely everybody knows thnt this practici is althojigh Facturem thereof would have a credulinifi jMiblle believe ft to be ft cure for indigestion oiul every other ailnunt fd which the human body heir although it ip a well knowij fact gnmchewing the djgeHiive ofthcs and BO i and esHintial in the per of their my Ifay I know your space isljmjt wherefore I dare not write at any length on this growing evil but I often wonder whether mothers love can be HO blind that she does not notice that the feiu turesof her once so pretty little girl are fast becoming and altogether To men young women who revel in I would simply although not of a very nejiHitive the action of their and the pwee smacking sounds proceeding from their open mouths always reminds me of breakfasttime in a pig v Prom mr own Several of the Grund boys are i taking in the Winnipeg Exhibition Miss Jennie of is visiting at her brothers The MisseB McNiehol left day to visit friends in They will stay over for the Haivey and who ri tVer visit to the seene of the BelnmntHartney have not yet of Noxious Weeds for this lo cality is again round in official Be oil your Howard Jones and his who have lately been prospecting in the Swan River country with a view to losating should the district prove returned on Monday of last week none the worse for their extended They give a favorable report of the part Crops in the bin district were Ho ward made application for a section and his for a half section of unsurvfeyed land at Swan The Wanderers Cycling of Clifton Bank rode over toGrnnd to attend divine at Vk toria churoli last They looked most imposing in their mottled sweaters and variegated Some disappointment was expreswed that reserved seats on the shady side of the edifice were partly taken so that a few of the visitors were compelled to swelter in the body of the The deacons should see that an in convenience of this kind should not again iii ITciiiiiK uVliwk B Bal Wei jtibiJunt tiiiiji iil roijiiHm e will will Ue ready in about three Diving fby 1 Vjoys 50 CJ I The Huntley baseball team paid Baldnr a on Tuesday The weather WHS exceedingly in consequence of which no ing took place until the cool of the Although some ol the Baldur boys were absent at the Winnipeg the spiniiiil vim to end oi bitti trrfun fiij fiiiiiv1 W lie ir to with BiMur play A return uifitci tn may lv mor for our lintley we   

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