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   Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - October 6, 1898, Baldur, Manitoba                                THE BALDUR 1 The Peoples Store THE OLD RELIABLE 4 Have their Winter Stock Now in and are showing the latest in Dress and Table A Good stock of woollen Underwear Fleeced Lined A large stock of ladiesjack ets all the way from to SfelQ OO A full line of Ready Made tu GroceriesA The Chester House ff Board by Week and Firstclass horses and rigs always ready for the Excellent accommodation for Commercial Every attention giveri to the travelling BALDURj MAN General Merchant tables Jail EGive 6ur Black Tea a Candy Fruit Beptf is Out o We keep nearly everything required foi arid comfort Baldiir and Agricultural Implements Including John Deere Moline Wilkinson Plows Sylvester American Steel atwi Wood Rakes Moline Fish Wagons Gananoqnp Stnving int for Corniick KiittJe Creek nnd Belmont Drug FULL LINE OF Patent Dispensing is our Carefulness and promptness oui A full line of Choice Cigars and MAY AS 5OC GEYLON At they nJt in it with Me Meai Glassed So have in stuiiik si full line of the LALRAKCE SPECTACLES fcrf failing sight mid caif rit Belmont Motel PER Best accommodation for Com mercial Finest Livery on the Neil Fall Winter We can give you Fi style and ffiiisTl froit In Underweai We haw a good Assortment And can suit you at Reasonable Prices In Ledies uii Silverware Coupons every cash purchase over 10 ten per cent of cash Next Sunday aiternoon a Bar est Thanksgiving service will be held in Roseberry school at The sermon will be preached by he Sidney of Jhrist Church who vill also preach at the usual service at Belmont 11 and Marks 7 on the same The offertory a Roseber ry will be On behalf of the Home Mission Fund of the Harvest Thanksgiving services England will be held at Belmont and Baldur on the morning and evening respect The preacher will be tin Richardson rector of St Fort The Richard Bardies Ideal played to R bumper house here last Monday The compan well deserved the house whicl greeted them as each mem ber is a thorough artist nnd well deserved the applause they recejv The which was long was brilliant and full of vnr and was without exception the best entertainment of the kind given Virden Enterprise The changeable weather is re sponsible for several cases of sick Mitchel has been stiff ering since Friday last with an ul cerated sore throat and is but ly improving Dury is confinec to bed with a severe attack of in and little Jesse Crossis another svfferer with a bad Belmont k f i that you gei your Condensed Xoticps undpr this lipad lOconts for insrr 1011 nnd 25 rents oacli additional insortloi in advance and must not exceed fort FOR RENT ON A Fiirrnontlie Hou11i linlf of 19 il S Ulnijhori and i miJes Gim rcspfcfnble hu en crnin whent land vioiuity not Hubjecl to early sist of two u and a full paVtieulr al I James 16 HALL FAMILY FANCY GOODS TOILET TOBACCOS BEVERAGES L1M6 25c per pint bottle A full lino of Horse Medicinef always on Your alteiitfon fs especially callet to our complete line of Spectacles and Eye Glasses J A ee teked free of A very severe thunder slurm vis ted us on Friday tunl eon inuous rain since then uis ttup ed threshing WIGTON From our own McCullough hus ooiu the ucstof Clark for the past first wild peese of Ihr lave been shot by Unthiun ul Mary Mo Leila ji uf Clearwater visited her home the Harris Webb id the misfortune to u val uable She fell over the of Farley i who passed li week reports crops in that ills IK up to the average and aivd threshing well under believe it is tlu iuiijirii u some of our farmers to exhibit n tht Bakhir Let us hope ill be stuck nnd threshing are finished stray cattle are the order of of th day nnd sometimes niyht to the busy season did not turnout well on the It is reported lhatonly eight votes were polled at at Cilenora The Wigton field is at preserr without a A Ross is supplying at Struck By Lightning a farmer residing nbout eight miles northenst ul here suffered a heavy loss by tin storm on Saturday In an old which he used ae a stool he hhd His entire flock oi forty in number housed foi the In thickest of tin racing stqrn of am rain the building was struck bj and was soon one lur id mass of All attemps t extinguish the fire were Thi building being old and dry burni like a stack of The up animals could not be release and their pitiful bltfetlng was in deed heartrending as they endurei the torture of frizzling to death Only eleven broke out of the fur the remaining 29 perishing Of tllo remaining eleven five to be We sympa time with Jusephaon in tht pecuniary loss he has Belmont Locals From our own We regret that the Belmon news did not reach ihis office til last evening making if too late foi this Tne wet weatherof Snturdu put a stop to threshing operation for a few Sunday night witmfesed th A foretaste of what ii Smileys conditionis some what slightly improved since las is in at EXTRA LOCALS Wheat market 52 Quitd h number of Bttkluritei were prepared to drive up to Bel mont to attend the Fair on Tues day but the courage oozed out of them in face of big and they decidec not to Tom Elliott of the firm of Cowie A Mcrdei in town After considerable delay the new readers exchanged by the Advisory have arrived and the chiM reji are enjoying the new and inter lessons of this Percy Rollins of Crystal Came over on Tuesday through the disagreeable storm of that Subscribe to Baldur SWAN LAKE Hi Oil paintings did ii laKi pliicc lit the if tiu largest valued at is u IK railhxl for at tlu lomaii Ciiihulic tickets 25 outs each lie had from KiiiLsley the store and In spite of the heavy rain storm in Sunday the Girling irwe UVCT here in the morning and to in the NumbtTs of our settlers were at the AgvkMiiHiinl ShoV held IIP Somerset in and a great ohiiy eecihtd lo enjoy the limrhrun provided by tin i jo Thn weather liiM Miii j iiiid sliW if tUiis r cijv The concert on 41ie niglit of tin liuM WUR quite a Mis Evniis ghvt great satisfaction with er As us ual was splendid in hit and was ably assisted by Messrs and lux man ii ihc Farce Box an ling in a pieasintr sahg at the end an original smsp bringing in the nnuu s of o the in a very happy Coky was untirijig in piaying nearly nil ments on the orgatii The Ladies Aid nrc sntisfied with the good round sum we only hope our own concert on the 21st o fifc well The Church of England had iiost successful dfly on The dinner arid tea Were well pat ronized and apparently otif were well satisfied with the Ladies as The needlt ivofk also sold well and orders wert eft fojin ore which is fiompliuien nry as well as j i In the evening Bbinerset Hajl was filled to overflowing with a ery arid orderly au programme well Aswell aft our own talent we had the assistance Mesdames and Corbett and Dry and G ran t Our thankfe are due to and 6s pecially to Mrs who all the way from Pembina to sing for The Audience showed a appreciation of visitors The was indefatigable arid worked fight ro yally all the way LADIES CONCERT 80TH Organ solo ChorusOur hoime was Song Mr Recitation Girling QuinJtetteWeli have mortgage the FarmMesdames Cor and Girlitig Messers Coley and Song and capital Evai 8 Mesdames boat la Compag SongNancy Song and ChorusA DuetConvent Bells Corbett and Part poTigCanadittii FarceBox and Closing ChorusVive Iod save the financial result WHB most about was ken a lid at will some of this we expect to lay out in completing the furnish ing of The rf Bar nabas thure h 1 Sunday the Oth at 7 m of Por la Prafrie will the ser Offertory devoted to the Home Wp were totetuttate in ing 60 fine a aAy for tlie LorneJ Agricultural WbeaK a downward   

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