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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - September 29, 1898, Baldur, Manitoba THEBA Sept K Smith Drug ur Patent is our Carefulness ami promptness our mot jo A full line of hoice Cigars anil Ill Jj CCoS BELMONT elmont aecoininodat ion for Coin menial Men elmont Locals toP The Chester House t Xei Hse collection was the to the few ladies ho have the mat ter in he in by Week and Firstelass hozses ami always ready for the niTummodation for Commercial Every attention given to the travelling General Merchant abies Jail Black Tea a It is Out o Sight in our i Candy Fruit Depif FIUST CONSKNMKNT OF NEW FALL CONSISTING OF We keep nearly everything1 required for use and Baldiir and Trimmings Silk and Wool Dealer Deere Moline Wilkinson Agricultural Implements AmeHcan steei and Wood Rakes Moline AFish iaiianoqne and Tudhopu Rfiymond Sewing McCormick Binders aiul Battle Waterloo and Case Tii res S Tains to sriiQQ Lalliuo Cl Flannelistte AND A FFLL LOT OF FLAXNELLKTTF AND KMBROIDLvRY TO MATCH Silverware Free nil Me So We hnve in a full CKL FBRATFD LAlKANCl SPKCTACLi failing sight and raji iit Belmont Coupons with every cash purchase over 10 for ten per oi cash Sec that you your General Herchant I nrediiug is in full swing The market opened last week at 5V but deliveries are On Tuesday last a special meet ing was called by the local lodge i at the request of the Provincial committee to give eomans an opportunity to address the of Belmont on the subject of The hour for the meeting but no speaker or explanation of her finite a gathering ha turned out to hear the and in her absence the local clergymen Kevs and together with Smith ably filled the very interesting and profitable evening was ould it not be for the Manitoba jiiohibition in laying out a plan f work for a to make sure that he or she is able to overtake it it certainly s a decided lack of courtesy to say the least of to wards the to call a special meeting to be addressed by one of their and then coolly drop ii without even a word of exI pla nit ion or a poloi During elect ion one hears a great deal about live and lei fostering home indus and Hiich when our worthy politicians go on tlie A case in point showing how far tins idea is put into practice when they are not on the has jiirt been brought under your cor1 respondents In a Mani toban country town the directors of the local Agricultural Society were arranging for their annual OriiLv eleven miles distant is a sister town which contains a firstcluss printing The question of came up at the meeting of After we presume due consideration it was decided to have the printing done by a firm doing business in a town on another line of railway some thirty miles That is one wa y of fostering local On Monday the residence of Teltord which is in course of con was the scene of a ser ious by which one of our most respected Smiley was badly The men were we understand when the scaffolding irave the injured man falling to the a distanceof 11 on his back amongst a heap of No bones were broken ihe injuries being At the last report Smiley was somewhat though still suff ering great On Monday evening a special train of two cars passed On board were of New President of the whole system General Traffic Manager McHenry Chief Assistant Engineer Superintendent of Manitoba Division and The train went on to and coming back in the the party made a trip of inspec tion out the On Saturday last a party of consisting of the Misses Miss Higgins and E ahiy by tastefully de corated the Presbyterian church in pivparnion for the first Uianks which Was held on Sunday r On the Presbyterians held their Thanksgiving ser The Last IN SUPPORT PROHIBI The Pctvr Strang oi Yjr of this addressed a large number of vot ers on Tuesday He was very warmly received by his num erous old and delivered an address repleie with sound reason and argujneiit which was listeiad to patiently and lie regretted that there was no one o oppose them on the public plat where the question could be The a Ml ipph ibit ioni ists had sent out sidering it better to keep their months shut as ihe onlv hope of This is the givalest moral question Canada has been called U ion 1c I le had come to poll his vote not on account of a surplus of but that he It would not dj lie his duly towards saving the souls who were annually tilling drunkards Two of the e eveivsl men in I he si leaker had wriiieu ihe distributed by the prosecution in ihis qm s theV could no have got two be ter IM i if Omens and roidwin of He thendeall with both sides of ihe saying it not that of direct remuneration those nor the enforce a prohibitory but the question was whether we as elec tors are in favor of a prohibitory liquor and he Mich a law would be a good thing for t did prfHiliif the use of liquor or alcohol for medi cinal or scientific but it prohibited the liquor After lealing forcibly and clearly at some length with the various ob jections raised by the other side probably one of the strongest and beneficial speeches of the campaign was A vote of thanks moved in lil ting terms by and se conded by was carried unanimously by a stand ing vote and tendered to the speak er by the Christian The meeting then clos Tullock when driving iieir litudur hiintiiitr for caKis lasi week was thrown from his and a broken bone is leghorn attend ed io ihe and Tnllock is Theri are threats violence in ilieair against freight it ihey do mt opt n a way for teams and pedestrians when train hands stay here for instead of Hocking jhe roads for more than half an Tis not only an annoyance hut a souree of and this morning led al most to a pugilistic The weather is perfect and all thi can be desired for pi duckshooting and camping and we pray that ii may continue until our Show Day is Mr Fox of Masscy Harris town this A llaire LV Co are busy almost niuhi and day handling their large importations of dry LAKE will liu a sde of oil paintings at the Somer set also n The linChurch of Kuglaiid Ladies Jnild are to a ionic sale of work and entertainment on the 1 th of Io hii in ihe Swan Lake The service over the river Sun ay was well nearly all he members of our congregation roing over for the occasion Ktlso has found it necess nry to an assistant to liiin to handle his increased do tujiiil for Hf is rnnn t if a heel a th The build ing fully decorated for occasion Liicrtly the beauty of the A record was in at tendance the church being filled to The Pastor was assisted by the who rendered tvro antiiems suited to flie The reverend gent leman preached a very eloquent and thoughtful from GRUND Avers of Mirmir has resumed operations after a pro tracted Land will soon be as valnabh here as that in the Klondike reg A few days ago nions sold his a quarter sec to Mark Badger for the hand some sum of The Prohibition vote on Thurs day promises to be ver Tin most of the voters are in tin midst of threshing operations ant will not likely be able to their Probably in no other at this time of the can such varied assortment of humanity IK found as in the thresh ing The staff of one oi these in our neighborhood largely of win have lately Hrrived from the fai A representative of tin had the pleasure of ai iniervi w with the descendant o the folks io whom Paul wrote famous at ihvir cabousi one evening thi were rather muscular Ionnm fel of swarthy eomph an were aid to lake kindly io thch now as t th uppiy of did provided fo such If these are sain emigrant thM have been roundly abused fo they appear to be a most of emigrants for this West cm Subscribe to Hie Baklur ji f X w CO o nJ o H BALDUR DRUG HALL FAMILY MKDICINKS FANCY coons TOILET TOBACCOS ACKr LIME per pint A full line of Horse al n our attent io espiejallv to our conipiete line of Spectacles and Eyes tested free of MI
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