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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - October 27, 1898, Baldur, Manitoba THE BALDUR QAZETT The Peoples Store TfIE OLD RELIABLE Smith Co Have their Winter Stock iv inane are showing the latest in Dress and Table A Good stock of woollen Underwear A ets Fleered Lined ge stock of ladiesjack 11 tho from A line Il Or ady Made ks A Bel mont Drug FULL USE OP D Patent ed the and com p ny all highly pleased with the evenings Dispensing nil line of a our and promptness orr Choice Cigars and elmont Best fifeommodrtion for Com mercial Tiabu Yooaeph lectured here on Wednesday night of last week to a small but appreciative Many obscure points were cleared and much light thrown on the pe culiar habits mid customs of the This gentleman is him self n native born and will soon return to do missionary work there under the protection of the BritiHh he having be come a subject of the trreateat Em in the Condensed Notices muler this liiuil r0 cint for onr incrt iim ami ii ciins fiith ndililiimiil n 2 muM nnt rcwl forty I Stop at Tiie per day 15 i fy Week and and always tiie Excellent horses ready Tor accommodation for Commercial Every attention givjn to the travelling Finest Livery on the Neil Fall antf Winter General Merchant Come early and avoid the and We can give yon Fit style and finish from Tin being the sole Kxecutrix of the last Will and Testament of Thomas late of irund in the Province of hereby give notice that I have ap pointed the parties named in this notice my agents for the purpose of receiving and collecting moneys owing to the said Thomas deceased as follows For the ilenboro Fred erickson of Merchant for the Belmont of County Court Clerk for the Baldur dis trict John of Bal All parties indebted to the said deceased will greatly assist me by forthwith paying the amounts owing by them respectively to such of my said agents as may be most MARY Baldur 1 Agricultural implements Including John Deere Moline Wilkinson Sylvster American Steel and Wood Rakes Molimk Fish and Tudhope Kujmbnd Sewing Agent fof McCormick Binders and Battle Creek Waterloo and I Case Underwear We have a Assortment And can suit you at o me time sortment o me how o me body VIAY SELL AS TEA AS orii At present they are simply not 11 derwear Silverware Ooupbjis jiiveii u itli every cash purchase 10 Me Mcax So jfor ten per of cash purchase i i hrc thht you gc1 yeur v tt D Q m CO S w en o Ci DRUG HALL MEDICINES FANCY TOILET TOBACCOS SUAfJfER LIME JUICE notified but without had evidently set out with n tro of intensity for that inl clime the Lnnd of hams and wooden present he lurks in th dink ai mvsterious bosom of the elmont That rnthor a cold stab in Icelergin his was fvii s S aikc ai be good will you Bert t btvtmintr 1 at it h will Houston miss 25c per pint i with mm oar own Threshing started cucin or lay and is now in 1nil s f wheat is hoim marketed ai d urning out alritrhi so i did not hurt what was sh d but how the unsiacked is H Our Conl Depot is st ile On Thursday the ooseph di liveivd an interi Hture in he ie Vvc i 1 nic I i r iis udl marriage i the i ml r i were asked I y tle liii inleivs and valuable mtion this almost unki own eoiin Baba Yooseph is a milm IODI Persian and has been stud1 ingat Victoria TrroMi or the las five iiimself for missionary work i liis native lie goes out y to work in western and his n our is made with a view of rni ug funds to assist in the On Sunday last the Met odis f leld their Thanksgiving Scmcc In the morning service was coi lucted by the pastor the 1 and in the evening On Monday despit the weather tin henry roads n tiirr ed o to the ctifertanment ro vided by the lacfies of the Me list J ie suj per lid IK were set in the new stre about ti bo opened by After supper the having their physi al beings with good thine walked over tolhechurcl where an intellectual feast of th highest quality was provid d The Wilson acted After nobly perfoni ing the no light task of pjicifyiii ui impa ient audinice for half f i opened the programme b1 calling on Miss of Bnldiu who rendered with her usual tasu n selection on In Tins was followed by a sol The by Miss Amj Coultry of which was received with great li response sb sang Wishes aiu Crookshankt then gave nn excellent ndurrss 01 the use and abuse of Morrow of thn ed very acceptibly that fnvor ite The that Rcached She was followed by who sang another old fav orite JoeivO an encore The Maid of Ross then took tic floor and in his own inimtubh way gave u pithy and pointed ad dress containing lots of The second half of the proyran me was opened by Miss win again rendered a scJcctioi on tlr piano for which she WHS When the performer a about to begin one of small boys in a stage whisper sug gested it sviit And he Miss Coultry It is reported tliat our now cn ieer our bionehobuster fire iii uevi K np 1 ites or pi ixe and veget A m distressing aividentoc at Heniit liiibtophersons hresiiinL Iiairsday by riiM son of Skjijiti Ara n osi his n ht lie liad tiie engine when sleeVe l t ill SUcll his arm into the it in a terr 1 rCehoni and thoiv power to ii i i ion was re Tied is condition pre enl is good a could le under such t iiitc coiui it Mil1 II I llirll llRIld rill l In the time honored Innguage jf linns Anderson Once upon a line there livid within eon wild and woolly Wyoming i youth whose bread was earned y the sweat ol his He was as nvmph find the cover over his doinc f ilumght was f a si He rejoiced in he name of Chawlie As lime ni Charlie developed an desire for motion and a jj He visited place of interest on the ubsisting on what he could gath er from the community after olHce and by standing off the IIis ap rcnrunce and his ready command and elegant profanity ide him exceedingly popular and was no ogreat assistance to him in gain ing a But chickens soon beujm to so to sj and this kind of thing pe lered hai lie was oidered to He did not linger to any extent securing a berth the bumper of a freight lie bade a reluctant adieu to the land of sunsets and was wafted Some weeks ngo this weary stranger waited on the ramrod of a threshing gang in the neighborhood of and ask for n posilion on the He pr mptiy hailie not slow in suiting himself to his and soon devel oped nn npjietite like the prover bial In the evening he was the cuiispicuoiis personage of Me In the freoforall ly ing IKhad a walkover a iiinst tlie eiiijineer IIIH ludicrous yarns brought the when he narrated some pathetic incident in his there wjiB not a dry eye in the But Charlie hadother friends with which he wns intimately as friends which had clung to him through fortune and adver and to which he hnd learned to become more deeply attach ed They wen of all from the flea to the large hen thy but well ftrved of tcru Their of soon until it had pervdcled the A rnlf lino of Horse Medicines nlww s on haiuh We have in stock a full lineof ELKBRATFD SPECTACLKs for fasting sight Luji tit is to our complete line of 1 J Eye Glasses Eyes tested free of charge Beimont General flerchartt n r S woe i tlun held of tiie while he delivered an ad dress sparkling with the subject of Cranks Brrore he wa iiniirhrd the audience began think that the much abused crank wasnt such a bad folio after Morrow singing Story Ever and try Rory Darlin brought thej programme to a close On the motion nf the Crookshauks seconded dy a thanks tendered the and the programme the NatioTjal AuthVrin hud been R tioss pi widenea entire and all ble with feelintr Therell bea hot ijine this timefor ward perscnnl charm oi duly lir iitifsl yarns frll on listless Tin1 admiiiritC throiiLT wore other in scratching warm spots winre prospectors had elanns doDitr some improve Charlie despond ent at this uneYjjicteri turn of events fiindiy asked re lease whih HJIS Next he packed Ins valise fftkinu with him every thing of vfihu from the straw bvnkfrs seersucker pants to the i tiremans blunderbuss leaving jio ithiM behMid him the thriving I entomologicfd Prompt i measures taken for his arrest I were telegrams i
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