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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - October 13, 1898, Baldur, Manitoba THE The Peoples Store Tin OLD KEL1ABLE Have their Winter Stock Now in and the latest hi Dress and Table A Good stock of woollen s v o Fleeced l Jned A large stock of jack ets all the way from A of Ready Made Groceries A l ie Chester House Board by Week and Firstcjasw and ready for the 1 for Kvery attentiqii given to travelling General ILabies Sail i a I Candy Frail fleptf o Sight We keep u curly everything iequund for list1 and conitbrt Baldur and Green m Mijljne Wilkinson Agricultural implements iin Rllkm JaMaiii xjne and inick Hiudiis ami Veek Ujitcrlm and Case Threshesr S omebody MAY SELL AS TEA AS OtR Oc CEYLON At siv simply not in it witli Belnjofit Drug A FULL LINE OF Patent Dispensing js our Carefulnees and prohiptWss our A full liiis of Cigars W i PpK Best uccGinniodRtior Coin niereial I Finest fjivery on thte Neil Fall and Winter hi We can gife you Fit style iiiiM finish from stock a full linpof fluOELEBRATFl CE iPKiTACLES fniling UlsHf Belraont lii Ujiderwear We have a good Assortment And can suit you at Reasonable Prices it sortment In un derwear Silverware Coupons given with every cash purchase over 10 for ten per of cash purchase that ym get your l Genefal flerchant A Physician from ri neighbor ing town Thursday pronoun ced Diphtheria in three humes in Miami including thfr Methodist Parsonage but it is quite evident novy that he was and our reyderit physician was cor rect ip from thetirst andI he fiM since our ehildreh As the report has gone far I would thank you for inserting this to florreet Yours Condensed nidsr thU hettd SO rents or uisort fon Si ceuti each udditioiiu in and mint not firty I TUK being the sole Executrix of thf fast Will and Tcetnmoui of Tiiomas deceased of Grund in the Province of Forn give notice that I pointed the partieB named in this notice my agents for the purpose of receiving andcollecting irionpyn owing to the paid Thomas HS follows For the Glenboro Frkl erjckson pf JVIetchant for the Belmont of County Court Clerk for the finldur dis John cjf Bal AH indebted to the liaid clpcpaseAwill greatly by forthwith paying ampunts owing by them respectively to such qf my paid agentn as may be MAKY Aug ft 3 Q V t5 fj CJ BAJJiDUB DBtJG FANCY TOILET TOBACCOS SlMMER LIME JUICE 25c per pint A full line of Horse Medicines on Your attenfion is especially willed to our complete line of Eye Classes Eyes tesifed a Belmont r Locals uivn m Tlni continued weather is causing tin1 storekeepers no little The season may not ho so bad us 18 hut some of tinin think it bids fair to be a dose se However there never was a bad but it might have been Home people are worse off than we if that is any ronsol Angus Kay of Domin ion Experimental Indian Head was in town last When he left WHS under two feot of snow on the with drifts in places six feet while hundreds of acres of grain is still standing in stook and potatoes still in the The Methodist congregation in tend holding special Thanksgiving service on 23rd The choir are assiduously for the The masons have completed the foundation for Hough tons It is ivady for the Mr R buijding is rapidly uearing and when fi 71 i shed i will be decided improvement to our business street There is splendid here for a crossing and a Hea The wet of Saturday put a stop to threshing operations for a few days The advantage of Oddfcllowship has been fully exemplified this week Mr Smiley is an Oddfellow though not of Belmont and the brothers have taken on a part of the taking turns of sitting all night with him The held tlioir usual meeting on Monday Bro ther Secord of Mprris lodge was In last weeks issue a paragraph appeared in this column saying the Presbyterians were furnishing the This was merely a print ers it should have been fi nishing the Thursday the 29th witnessed a very small turnout the pulling Out of 150 votes only 56 were 4fi for and S Tuesday being fair day the nehool children enjoyed a On Mth the lad ies of flie Presbyterian church u tea and at which over people clown to a suni repast in the house of After supper all r paired to the churcji where an teresting program was listened Ross presided na chair man with his usual opening with a few pertinent remarks after wliich he introduced elioir from Baldur who rendered the ftntham Thanksgiving and This was followed by a good pro gram by local consisting of music and addresses were delivered by the Orullnn and At the conclusion of the program votes of thanks were tendered nil those whose efforts had tendered towards making the meeting tt One feature of the even ing was presentation of n purse of subscribed by the workmen engaged on the to assist the Indies in their Having very bmi went her tlrcsliinir nrc nit of for iliis lheni iu deinund for lunvrs fnSm 22 to L5 market 1 bushel been for lcnl here rallier large area of them in this but the yield is very iidjrlerent in HI The on Sunday came iti hi lime to render the holding of lie Harvest Festival Tins most unfor tunate as ilu church had been tastefully decorated nnd was hoped thai a larye coiiu would The services at Luke and Nonpiay were most successful and respectively being con tributed tin Home Mis sion T Memor ine of Portage la at bolli places instr uctive Roth churches looked very jiretty in festi val Tlie llarvtSl iyil at ihe lere will be held Sunday and on the there will lie n IestivHJ at Altcinioiit at interfered with such an extent Hint most of the thresh ing IiJivc disbanded to en joy a rliorl The new road allowance runn ing north and Ijetwectn east and wost halves n section i 14 will soon be ready for This highway some N or rods wide hatl latfly been marked on the eastern side by n handsome wire now nndeistand that those interfistoil have starteil to erect H similar one on the wesi This is as it should It will now be in order for path master to statute labor bo done on this road al th Those who exhibited Baldur Fair as us ual fortunate enough to curry oila large share of the red Horses Messrs and Jones carried on the while Kvan Jones sustained the reputation of our burg in the root and Hill ried oil the bulk of the in dairy produce and preserved fruits as did IVntherstone with her exhibit of Indies Pr emer wMy is Jn Toroir newspapers are discus annexution to On Wednesday evening the 2 of September the held j an opening meeting in theMetho1 dist The ehurcih I crowded to the door and n very pleasant and profitable WBH spent by Smith occupied the Able speeches on the topie of the hour were de livered by the following gentlemen Ross Strang and Willis and Between the addresses several choruses were rendered by the members of thej also recitations by McLennan and Miss Kdna At the close of the coffee and cake was hand ed after which a most en joyable evening was brought to a close by singing the National An Molsons Bank Inis issued a eircular thebills recen tly The Quebec inference lias ad journed to meet in 0i November The number of failures in nda during nihe months past is the smallest in ten Forget will lie sworn in is Lieutenant Governor of the The irculiiiJii uf Dumiuion SI notes hns iiirefistd nearly a i ludf in It is thai set tiers have cufne tn can be consulted a tiie P Hnidur Tuesday and October llth and All kinds of dental work done ijd satisfnc ifi Ktheror Local AnaerftheticB ministered if Subscribe to rhe JBaldur Q
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