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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - July 28, 1898, Baldur, Manitoba Peoples Stocfe THE OLD RELIABLE w now m a largtand varied sturk of Hats and Crockery and And ur desirous of running stock down order makerjpui for fall iuiijortatiuns tojirrivo in August U See Flaiiiie41eites at BJeacJied and Grey Cotton at sanie our keeq a fuU stock of everything line Otu Kk ofGroceries s complete Teas a specialty SMITH I I I u PER for Travellers fiqard by Week and Insurance Notes or Accounts Qollectetl and Returns promptly All business strictly sqa RAVJIOXD SEWINO Notary A B I I Firo uncl Life in K U U THE CUP THAT CHEERS EVERYBODY SAYS OUR Ceylon Tea S THE BEST THEY CAN It flust be ALL GOODS AND IN SI landin Can you not see CARRIES THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF IN THE Roofing1 a ulm Deere Moliue A f Wilkinson Agricultural Implements Sylvester American Steel and Wood Rakes JMoline Fish Gaimuoque aud Tudhope Raymond Sowiuj Agent McCormick Binders aud Battle Creek and Case C Blacksmith kinds 1 i Butcher on I to solicit Ciiiliuation of the of the Practical Watcliniuker Jeweller Work M i ifrar Doii frfiltotall and sea HairJCuttiiui done in tlie latest Man Irving 4 ConpNER 0sij to Northern Office Kesideuce St Opeu fqr all rripes Has for sale Thoroughbred Short Berkshire and York shire Black first Monday in each month DeKreos will be conferred dt the next two JOHN Srgyle loyal IJuly 2Hth and 25th fif S SEXHMITI Master Buldur meets every Tuesdaj eveuiiiKat 8 in Oddfellows Visitors always made JOHN ABXJ Condensed Notices uudor this head 50cents forunn insert ion and 25 cents each additional m advance and must not excood forty yearling red and Owner can have same by pay eipeusos aud i5 one yearling heifer with white trfinf ir cau have by payinitexfmiisei arid proy iff CHURCH OF gervices evtr Sunday as follows Mark s 7 Holy 4th Sunday in the Sunday 11 Holy Communion 2nd Sun lay in the Hjjly Baptism will bo administered at any of jie METHODIST Samctw pyory Sunday as follows 11 Rose 3 Sunday 10 Hose Prayer Meeting at Belmout WeUiiesdny 8 and Epworth League at Bal Thursday at 8 11 Sabbath 2 Dirine 3 Sabbath 2 DiTine 7 ICELANDIC StwytMw every Lords bar Schotl at I after lnuucne Yonmr PeopleV 2 ad t Fttrtay tnriry uicnih nt ocals thunder storms 6f the sieason parsed ove tlmfdistritft last Since th 9o calamity anxiously watc every storm for Kext morn all sorts of wild wer etc tyitjwe happy state the were Tlxe how sutfennl iBJigiitly from th schopl house had elf to call one of outbuilding haying and front torn anc the pieces thnnvjj iwenty or thirt yards The vegetables i the gardens anc several people rjeixrt experiencing slight During ilu spell lust week a part of this district suffered fron frost Lee anc some others posing all their tende Frost in July Wha next The formed Juvcnil Temple of has made very promising At th second meeting on 23rd fou names were added to the inak ing a total tit i is thi proper sphere f6r tempo work It ie orrfy by educating our childrei in temperance principles that we can hope to remove the stigma ha attaciies to our good name We wjsh the prd vr e subordinate lodge of O has just closed one of the most successful q uarl erg jjj its The afe takin a live interest in the and f substantial increase has beei made to the On the whole the temperance plant has shown a steady thrifty growtl since it started afresh six months arid we hope it will soon be to master out IHe noxious of iniemperance growing of A large number if orn here to Braudcn fair amongst whom were Ross and Master Norman Fargey plarence Brown and Mis R Misses Milly and Mary Brydon and many They report having syen a very enjoyable the Tinly drawback being the journey home in an overcrowded train in the wee sma oors ayout the The Sunday Schools of Almonde and Dalta held their first union picnic pn 22nd at Willoughbys Dinner was set at after which an en joyable time was spent fn games and The schoolboys from Belmpnt matched themselves against the boys from Almonde in football and The visi ors won both The com mittee of managements had a nice programme which was istened to witji much t consisted of by the ocal preachers and orators songs recitations and instrumental on organ and The ladies had a stand for the sale of refreshments he proceeds to be applied for Sunday School It was a financial sufficient being pay the expenses for the coining photo at present located jn Bel on the grounds with his and gave permanency to picturesque attitudes of an in ereeting group of Picnics seem to be in the air ust Erne Ross celebrates he tenth anniversary of her birth day by a gathering of friends on Tuesday of this week while the much postponed picnic will e held on weather per Belmont PER Jest accommodation for Com mercial Finest Livery on the Neil will beanothera grove shortly A David Eark a to hi Sniulny class ajnftt friend ou r Ahou thirty wf young and old and ut m a jolty all The rnilrpail cimstructioji is be ing arriecl on with J large extent of bmbafiKinent ha been men ar rived on Mondays express to la the etc jls enjoying th company of f rom Winnipeg Rosd from Cypress Rive is spendingfyer holidayd he MacdonajkJ en joying the company qif this of ficer of wrecked on thpway TO tlte Yukon is a brother of Mr T t T t r I I On i2th annua meetjnjj M4 of Presby terjuiu Ghurch Ueld in thi ifyt far the yea having been appraypd of and two new to the Th omcjsrs for enswjng year were ap preui viceprepfdent Miss secretary MigB It wap then decided to have the tjflnishec and bainted as aooii ap posfsible Inl to raise mor0 fwridp i was iecided to hold a Jam p6oia on 2nd Tejmis ihclud ing All fripndg aordially MYSTERIOUS ADVENTURE AT NORQUAYV Setting down one after noon at was Boroewhai surprised to buggy trying to go by The of attached to it Though oixe could hardly tell As young man was in front Of and another behind as well A young fair damsel eat in the As unconcerned as could But still wondering apparently What time at home she The one young man was trying hard To get the horse to go But the horse did not appear To think the same as jthat young after while he pro ceeded to And then he promenaded the buggy and ditch Then to a farmhouse he did As bold fts Joan of And procured another For that angel in the Now as tljjs young man is aijd supposed so I think it is onjy to je him a right good he contemplated jn this fajl to And for thje public to know Hps bughouse that would never do 3d 1 think the best for Etinrj to is to go some other And to turn his picture to the wall And vanish into Yours to be We do not hold ourpelves res ponsible for the ineter of the ibove poetical It may je blank as it appears o be inspired and spring is e writers life will no doubt be safe from the assault generally against the spring The annual Alphbnse pic lic is to come off on Tuesday lext of Grand pre arations are being made to have t a success dinner and supper on he concert in the even ng and all kinds of Farmers are all busy at their hay and expect to start harvesting Crops are looking good round General Rafter reports nearly sick among his tfer OCB TOWN VlCWIMJLZp RAISED TENCE8 LY li claimuig to bt r jftte Ehftjiprlfoil known falsified has tne for He is a man of about5J3 slpjichy iii an and stands fm feet Striking town Jlij middle of he PC yith Band stayed for a ai6nth hv was requested to In juisticL to we state thai saw Roberts was stopping for a day df a Roberts at the Roberts to the filing the proprietor ithalk he wna expecting any was there up to fudftbfli departure Monday carried a small Cjajse oj oil sanipleB and succeedefi In ing a number of a in deceiving the publip whW iaw ing The MOW ed intiQi7ig party aiid Hiiir a f Jen dollars for f g J acou the vaga lowingp the fol A n iT As a month0 sppngjijUg op and three at the Chester is the of hie His game exploded on the l9th he wajB expected to skip on the and the Gazette had warning to be on Roberts Apparently smelt a and after a final plea for two dollars from the and for five dollars from which he did not he rer tired to he stayed Monday took th and struck on We it cLuty to pose ae it bas come light that fyp was ai work in Take than O people of man corresr wjUi theaibAve description and carrying two 3 bottles of vaseline 4 vial of coaj oil ancl a packed in an 8x10 Roberts narrowly escaped 6 warrant jbietyg him wjth A tinie sp set at the Braeburn den The weather wag The ladies in their aright and the Qeu mostly in suits made he scene quite In the ing dancing and was kept ip until the early The lost and hostess were untiring ijj coking after the comfort of their Very soon camping out near the is to be the order of the We have already heard of three different parties likely to take their tente down We were very glad to see Sirling and her small son arrive at Somerset on Mondays and lope soon to find she and Girling comfortably settled in the A good number of new mowers ire to be started early this will be a rush to get Jiay ing over before the grain is ready 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