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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - August 25, 1898, Baldur, Manitoba QAZ I i t Peoples Store W TIIK OLD KEMABLtt Sti fa n I Dm Hals 4 f i v j tb Al mak The heavy rain veeK oe i ots S 1tfli j Pnietieai Watchmaker A i j 5Jj See our at also our Bleached and Cotton at same i fii j disiniunished for this among his His moral nature wris He had kept himself puie HIM unspotted in nil his deal the And with Oils we tiud the sterling integrity lie H aiso was faithful to his God at all no at what iid sh wed a fearlessness in thepresrnee of kings tjhat their piond andhe always j Standing returned j canuout of the struggle Friday from an extended trip to j Daniel was a man of He j He afraid to state his opinioE i by hi who has j stav fir a lort tjme laveil npenum Ini 1 vt st is in full 1 Sharp i ivaning wiih mi Its a Adam Campbell come to i even before He did mi j draw back as ft messengai of he rebuken lawn pany on Saturday afternoon i interpreted to him the writing on in honor of Oerties llu Wil11s nis banqueting i in flu1 number MU his was ai MI red ilie after het Darius would entejr Hid a very t ilile i lu lllv P w 1 1 i e keep ft full t n i i i u in Our uf Jiveeries i Teas a m SMITH j I in ill ijlc I ft Irving i A Clair Not til had fallen did te menv parly lireak llu that nigjif lay a eorpso Clock aod On evening Hets 1 ley s liorse was left slanding in j frnnt nf linpi The ap proaeh nf the delayetl express frightened the and break ing loose it left the bngey behind stop The Chester House Board by Week and Firstclass horses and riis always read for the IKi IV I N I A IKIIN tniiitemi In Nurllirn Urns j Kiviiiiiioiv ANH iiAl cannot help thf His nature when toliimr of ililoin that was io overtake that hr was Jo become an outcast a nd a Innat Danie was a man of great How otherwise it and disappeared i n Ihe darkness j mnn fle pygj in a hmneward direct 11 is Imihii i new j his wiih an intensity thai is not often seen the more re markable thut it would have paid i I i Excellent acconiiuodation for Coinniercial Every attention to tlie travelling Ai Dninwtiralnl AniiiKil I i I MAYERS mo house this NiuliI hitri Coiilnins a Iveinedy ali eases to which a Cuttle are Ill ill ANDHIK Open for nil Work M 11 NT M MM n in i Brown Milton licimi Harrower Ualdur i rner in t It lllSe Kerr h III me I to use a common expression iito his evil of his e Bui did H he prayed i od three times a day to shorten the term ui exile of his peopb linished At the nf fifteen Dnrtlpl The painters have ei work in llui General Merchant l OU1 Black Tea a Eandy Fruit Depts it is Out o Si i Has fur yale Thorouirhbred Short Berkshire and York shire HARRISON VETERINARY Miiil ami Attcml We keep nearly every filing required for use and Baidur and BaWof Black I firt MnMiliiv in i hi in hr next H i Including Deere Moline Wilkinson Svlvester Agricultural Implemints Amerienu Steel and Wood Rakes Hooi lEssal A y Dealer ulinecv Fish iaiiam npie e r tleS iilitl e I ei U All and J Ctse niit1 IIVIT I ucila j nuiuat in i fornis a carried eapfivilong with tlie plains of The SOB nf H nnbleinan he would no doubt be covinted a captive of some ini and vvojild be taken tc n evening the palace and treated AS Smith left his team standing Many men under the untied while he went into a The animals soon tjrew tired of 1 wailing find went oil for a stroll down town finding walking slow they began fo trot tluui as in the experience of John j that trot became a gallop stances would have lieen a way by the current of that corruption which was and is to bo found fit the courtfj ol eastern We wondei Mt it the as he wag away from all those religious influences I I V and they made for They under which he had been brojighj hail eone ns far us the inanae on uml which had made hiai homeward journey when il man he Away fron seemed to strike them all at once guidance and loving nf that they might as well take their with and thev turned parents nwity from ju where he had been wont back t r J i the jteople of His clear pu jjrovin fr cial of the Tempjlum lll1 1 only last for A lars of wan in tuwn tew imd that his would rise to greater cnce than i hm under to on and had a talk with some of our leading temperance forthe j oing up j the young men it the congregation j Ross on Sunday and indeed evening preached a ilnmgiilfuj worthy of iijiitatiou in ajl impressive seniiMii IVom the text but h tern i spiritual O man greatly i Daniel liistorv he showed he bad iained nat prominence at A ot court of throuh Manitoba will be held lii THE CUP THAT CH CHlKCH OK Srrvico Siinday as 7 Holy in Suiulay HtliuiJtJt 11 Coiinuuiii ciiiv in liif ftitseburry p Holy Baptism will aitrujnirtT tlir METHODIST CH i Best aecommodation for mercial Finest Livery on the Neil Pi SAY8 OlU but he was ftud ljtht in every Daniel A who will was a man as a servant 1 lnrt wjl D V A4 i of living i m the to peruse his historv to find thci truth of this in the Pubjjfc l His Ideals ut the had passed into a proverb uid Drawing in of Me svas v EeUttion Parent to ihe isenne inwhieh thai term JirtJculiirK in regard to prpt iiised In this respect Mmme willlje given he can he compan i grant wjjl i in ali his way iur onvention WHI nil i And tinn both men trs are expected to j i sail to uive CORRESpQNDENCE i Israel to be H priesthood to bear Wfduiiut ouwlvoa ranponsiblB for till 4 ii I ripiniiMis hy uur the light or trnth t nl the ends iof the They stand WE the Officers of Baidur above all men who were in the Lodge SI of the dq i service of earthly nionarehs in 1 hereby positively deny the eeiispi to uorve firu t i llg t hnt i their Lloslyn appropriated lodge iundt setativef Ceylon Tea IS TIIK BEST THKV ii KT i Servife eveiy 11 Roe 3 j Sunday Sthixil 10 Hi Prayer Meeiiiur at VVediiiday iraver aiiii ui Hi It flust be ALL WKLLSELECTFiA tE SX i i I 11 i j 3 i i i n Drug LINK OF Patent I Daniel was imbued with a deep insight into This i is shown in this power in inter prefing Dreams which had 1mtiled the power of the i Chaldeans to interpret in addi tion we know that Danie could i soar i in the heights of for her own benefit at any tirm since her initiation into our Order and we further state that she dur ing her time as treasurer of the lodge kept a true account of all monies placed iu her aud allowed none excepting what was voted for lodge purposes to leava Beimont is ur artfulness and prompfne i full line of choitu cigai j and could see into the far distant her And we further statq He was able to foretell j that the books were audited Jin bft I the very date of the Saviours j customary manner at the end of and to the 70 the The auditors reported In this respect no man had aucli them to be and this power of observation as Daniel j port was received unanimously by because he was a man of the lodge therefore no person Me may le compared to either inside or outside of the Ori ffivfry Day al Suuduy iMwxj at 1 after Luther Vmniff rknie Friday mcuth at 1 J BOO i disciple whom Jesus Both j der has any foundation on which had H keen insight into spiritual to start such a Christian 11 In addition Daniel potifessed a Murnie r Chief i obpersonal character He for quarkr Hiding
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