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   Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - November 17, 1898, Baldur, Manitoba                                JL Thf Peoples THE OLD Smi 4 CB Have their Winter Stock T Now iii and are showing1 the latest in Dress und Table A Goad stack of Drug Fleeced Lined A large stack pf ladies jack ets all the way from to JftlQOO A fuN line of Ready Made Groceries A The Chester House pf Board by and Firstclass houses and rigs always ready for the Excellent accommodation Commercial Every attention Driven to the travelling MAN Greiiearl Merchant Any quantity of good dressed fVautod 8880011 as it freezes Bring it in andi get TOP Baldur and A s Including John Doere Moline Wilkinson Agricultural Implements Sylvester Drills r American bteel Wood Moline Fish iananoquc ajid Tudhoprt Raymond Agent lor Binders and fCLLUSEOP Patent Dispensing is ou Carefulness and promptness our A full line of Choice pigars and V Belmont i Beet accommodation for Com Finest Livery on the o 2 u O a O J CQ ee so e 5a a Get Waterloo and Case You Shiver If so turn Your weather Evl On one of our warm Pea Jackets or an Ulster Put it on over one of our GOOD CHEAP Suits under which isa beautiful suit of fine AH Woo Underwear purchased from You will complete the dressing yourself by putting or A Warm GENIAL TRY Belmortt Felt From Silverware Coupons given with every cash purchase over 10 for ten per of cash purchase Sde thftt you pet your BelL General flerchant Black Precoptory will bold their annvtal meeting the first Monday in The Telephone Line to Greenway is and the work of swinging the wire which cptnmsnced Tuesday is favorable headway charge of will bereceived by the undersigned up to Saturday the day of for the leasing of the Baldur Skating Rink for the Season of THE ANNUAL MEETING of the Cypress Electprial Division Agricultural Society i will be held in Harrower Prices Office on nt 1 oclock At said meeting thf financial re port of the Society will bo present ed and Officers for the ensuing year fTVHE Annual Meeting of The Killarnoy Electoral Division Agricultural Society will be held in Tunoihs Belmojit oil December the at 1 oclock m At said meeting the financial re port of the Society will be pre and officers for the ensuing year SecyTre flidesjl at highest market PRICES Kelso BALDUR IVJest regujar meetinj of the Society 96 will be held here on the of Navem A full attendance of the niem bers is By Order o Jackson CARETAKER pen ODD FELLOWS HALL TENDERS RECEIVED up TO TUESDAY FOR PARTICULARS AS TO DUTIES CALL ON Condensed under this head f0 for otia iimert ion and 25 ceuU additional iniPrtion in advance and must not ezcjjod fort I THK UNDEKBIQNED being the sole Executrix of the last Wil and Testament of Thomas Hill latfl of Grund in the Province of Farmer hereby give notice that I have ap pointed the parties named in this notice my agents for the purpose of receiving and collecting money owing to the said Thomas Hill deceased aw follows For the Glenboro Mr Fred erickson of Merchant for the Bclmont W of Count Court Clerk for the Baldur dis John of Bal AH parties indebted to the said deceased will greatly assist me forthwith paying the amounts owing by them respectively to such of my aaid agents as may be most MAHY Executrix IG TON Good skftting is to be had on the small ponds and creeks Threshing isncarly orer niong tlio first to begin operations Messrs McLfillixn and Reid both of those mills are working at There has been qnite R run in some instances as threshing been done for three bushel the threshers boarding A number of have been in the woods betweenBock and Fishers As high at twelve being seen at once is re A large number of sports find more tracks than Lei tch and Miss o LaRiviere arrived here last week on a visit to The first party of tjie season was given last Friday night at A num ber of young people enjoyed them selves in tripping the Ijght fan tastic until the woe etna hours of the Monroe our popular mis sionary is doing a laige aihount of work on this circuit at IT holds four services on Dry and This necess itates B drivo of some 32 The Rock Lake kihis have suspended operations for tlip sea after turning out plies oc Al and tie fir being put in shape fqr neit yearfc wdfk McLaren has taken his ma chine across the Lake aiid js car rying on operations west of The migratory game have Jak en their flight to parts and thosewho wisli to shoot win havp to content themselves with rabbjts as chicken season The genial face of watt missed from amongst us lae week fora short Archie we slightly under the weather but is able to be around Notices are out for the annual People have stnrtpd to get uj tlie Winters supply of Tefims from far and near in search of the commodity will spon b drawing abundant supplies to tlir south and Freeman left last wee for Hooligans1 cheer ful physiognomy and ready wi will be missed from among his ac Everybody joins in wishing him a prosperous voy Leslie has moved into lib now beldintle lectureroom of their church The attendance scarcely aslarge as would waarant those present in taking any im mediate jn the and the after expressing his feelings in voluble expressions of snuffed biff the candle and the GRUND Grund Ball in the Icelandic Friday Brown has been reengag ed as teacher in Hecla foi the coming The annual bazaar uuder th auspices of the Ladies Aid pf tin Church will be held iii the hall here on Wednesday noon the We understand that Chris Thor darson has contracted to delivoi some cords of wood for tin Railway at Swan He in now securing men and and making other necessary ar rangements in connection with the On Thursday eveming last i meeting of those interested iu thi concert to be given b the Methodists of this place wat Local Wheat market steady at 52c Weather mild witlj prospects of The Indian say we are going to have tin open CLopei of the Satuulny nud Sunday last with hisbrother in The open season for chickeq closed Huffman that staunch is again in mir midst after several weeks ab The Archbishop of Ruperts Land was a editor at the Gazette office Monday Creamer commenced tie erectiou of a cottage 22x26 on his lot north of Bntetaans on the Government Road Dctvp Mitchell Qf LaRiviere spent the earlier part of the weelc iu visiting his J Morden has a population of 600 Pilot 150 Crystal 300 50 t j A public meeting is called for Monday in Harrower to consider the ad ieability of building a curling Next in order is the town Thompson was again call ed to this vicinity owing to a case of U landers having been he diseased jam was he uecessary taken to prevent the disease from spread At ft meeting of the Quarterly Official of the Methodist on Saturday 12th u resolution of condolence was expressing sympathy a the in the great sorrow which he is passing iu the lose of his Christjau who beon on this market for the Dom inion Elevator Company has signed his Johnson tuok this step on account of the pressing demands of his business and other calls on his Nunn has succeeded and now looking after the interests of this A final meeting was held Tuesday night to bring affairs connection with our skating to a Everyone waa and what was moro they were in affable so that inese progressed favorably and satisfactorily to A site 78x180 was purchased from Frank Schulta oil south side of the Dominion for The trustees will proceed with the erection of the rink It eeeins that the potato crop iu some parts of the district has been a especially around Marringhurst and in places far ther Large quantities have been sold by heavy growers here the demand becoming so pertinent that several parties from a distance had to be A party from south of the Mound eame up for a load Owing to this scarcity all the way up to 60c H bushel is   

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