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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - October 20, 1898, Baldur, Manitoba E BALDUR The Peoples Store THE OLD Smith Co Have their Winter Stock Dress Now iii and are showing the latest in Towe and Table A Good stock of woollen Underwear fleeced Lined A large stock of ladies jack ets all the way from full line of Kesuly Made Groceries A Beltnont Drug LINE Or Patent Dispensing is our sjriafy Carefulness and promptness A full Choicj Although it would seen ible that the heavy rains of late not have penetrated the fref provos for grain threshed from UKstacks last week was thor ouyhly dry and went 1 Another exairphof a similar kind was More pains I Lt exorcised in building de be f so the entire linrvest unv nUd TiiXor ilfi con tains i i t M FariLCrfor this iuilf tmge photo who fixed the grain tandurd for Among these promieut personages wp not ice worttiv Christian mon Condensed I licui M for omi jjiiiuul cents earh arlvlitiutiul iu arivjuoi usiil must tint ixrwl fortv Belmofl Locals our PKK DAY NOTICE Best tor Com being the incrcial Will Finest on tht line Chester House Board by Week and and always for the Excellent accommodation for Commercial Every attention to the travelling Firstclass ready all 8Yld f the last of Thomas of iruud iu the sole Executrix and Testament lute Province of hereby give notice that T have up pointed the parties named iu this noticeiijy agents for purpose or receiving and rollfeting moneys the sfiid Thonas IK fojiuwrt of For the Fred Merchant inter Mercliant Jail dccefised I i lenbori triekson for the Belmont of County ourt Clerk for the Baldur dis John of Bal All parties to the said will greatly assist me by forthwith the amounts them respectively to MUh of my said igents at may be MAIIV Aug We can style you Fit1 d finish from Give our Black Fruit Dept is Out o sight We keep nearly everything required for use and Baldur and tiouj Agricultural Implements l r hn Deere i Wilkinson iylvesur American ami Wood Riskts Moliniit 1ish Rnymond j i i A r i eiiid Waterloo and Case j Underwear We have a Assortment Andcan suit you at D I m Si a O Pd On tle Lyoning of Ilth OIK mombor of the treated the ladies to ah oyster supjwr jn the commodious hall Sparks furniture Over thir ty sat down to the table gruaninsj with good which werp done ample justice A long toast list had leen and the toasts were drunk enthusiastically in liquor which cheers but does not Tha orators of the evening wore Meksrs Ruej Sparks Mc Phail McPhail Tistlale Campbell and After supper the floor was and the riMDtundpr of the time was spent in parlor The fun raged fasf and furious till two the ladies be gan to at ihojr Witches and broke up one of the most enjoyable social gatherings pvor held in Belmont Fire FireIFire The other night our town by a boy running dmvn street yellinj Fire In ltss tiiue than it takes to tell a strong louckej brigade had turned out rjmdy for but fortunately it WRS only a chimney on On Sunday u party consisting of n large and respected mer wieldcr of trowel nnd several others went with the freight hRin for a trip over the new When eight miles out two of the cirn were de railed and Uie passengers had per force to foot it back to Moral Rempnibej the Sabbath On Sunday morning the Epis cppaliane a npecjal Thanks giving service in the Presbyterian The service was conduct ed by The Methodists will hpld their Harvest Home on Sunday and and Sermons will be prpached morn ing and evening by the and Walter Monday evening the UUos will serve dinner from fi to Mise Amy of Winnipeg will sing itt tlie entertainment follow ing the A programme of will be ren dered by local Admission 50 ceqts children 25 Tlie steam shovel has stopped work for the GLKNORA Truly we agree the Port whlMl he The mhiiitholy tire The saddest of tlh purchased a iiv Kugine to com plete the persons work Thedeath John Porter of came with H shock to many of lur in Ma jurys genial face has been fronj among us for a short many ac quaintances will be glad to hoac he is around Maccabees was around week neeuring members Fort Charter lodge hi Bnlduiv were of Knox Toronto has arrived to take chavgt of this missionary preached for ihii first time on A contingent of artillery from shape of duck hunters has camped on the pictur esque banks of Fishers lark t Son were sue cessful exhibitors in live stock the Baldur fair Wot weather is an excellent crop this year yet people ure benefited iu two on account of it predicting heavy crops for next while incidentally it i keeping fires in should n dry spall FnrmorK should remember thodevnstnlion of this all consuming eminent in years gone by and govern themselves iucordingly Our djtslrifl 1ms not buck ward in patronizing the tnivelliny art galleries in nnd recent reproductions of our young are appearing Public school attendance is re ported meugro of the 10 year non ROSB met with n sliglii ac cident while rirliug on horse He hud his leg squeezed between his horse and n me omebody MAY SELL AS GOOD TEA AS OlH sort men1 In Ladies un derwear Silverware Coupons given with cash purchase BALPUB DRUG HALL every At present simply not in it with IGlear So have in 10 for ten per cash purchase See that FAMILY FANCY T 1 LET TOBACCOS A SUMMER 1JE VERAG LIME jriCE 5c per pint A full line of Morse Medicines in of i our attention is called to ti line of j Spectacles and Eye Glasses to There n constmit deiunnd for good muHJc by thp best Composers dud It JH almost iinjieratively re thfit the iustrninents through which imisje is inteH pertinl nhould he of ilii very first qnrdityiuid of most modem and and improved Fortun ately there are manufacturers of who enu uioro thun keep pace with the growing requi rements of the Tluit we hnve such in Canada anyone can be sat isfied who pays a visit to the fine exhibit of the UxbrldgtPiano Orpin Thifl companys old established reputation for Organs JB more than equalled in the de partment of A reporter had the priviledge of ex amining these beautiful iiiHtru They embody a new de parture from tho jjenond form of upright in the of re ceeding front giving n continuous orehentral book A new and valuable feature is the introduc tion of a third pedal which softens the tone and lessons the making the piano hist twice as long as without this These inKtmmeiitH mark a distinct advance in the Tpright Piflno SWAN LAKE the agonies of threshing will soon bo over for us for we have throe machines working in this We are glad John Stewart is able to be about He had the greatest sympathy shown him during his sudden Our villiage in now quite lively having two grain buyers and the new general store is very great No need for us to take a twenty mile drive now to HIM flnm sarv foe a good atlen danifi at the Saie of and Concert next Friday 21 quite a good programme in We are sorry to hear is again A few days ago Joseph Boluck received a telegram from Grand He was informed that hia sister was dying nt oucetook the train to see her but WHB unfortunately too Into to see her He returned on Evidently our fraternal brother of the Oarborry Express has ex W a full line of tu stMXTACLKS failing sight eai Belmont General merchant Kvefi tested free of which is likely to prove revolu They are built according auieutific are modern iu every particular and far perienced jjreity thoroughly tlu for thnl a fellow KIK is 1o be poem discuss demands he says to doto run i n able to write a umpire a baseball re port a saw beat a dcucribe a fire so tjuii tin renders will shed their make a dollar do ijic of shine at a church lic quor test subscribe to go without sneer ahead of the ordinary upright Their compaHH ia wenr in est of any piuno i overlook the brilliancy and sweetj praise babies administer ness of their tone have won the o the disgrnnt warm commendatio7is of very high j Hght to n set mould sweep the i spMik at prayer and in with
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