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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - December 1, 1898, Baldur, Manitoba THE BALDUR The Peoples Store THE OLD RELIABLE Smith Co t Have their Winter Stock NOW in and are showingthe latest in Dres and Table A Good stock of Underwear Fleeced Lined A large stock of ladiesjacl ets all the way from to4t 1 OO A full line of Heady Mad Groceries A The Chester House ff Hoard by Week and Firstclass horses aifd rigs always ready for thp Excellent accommodation for Commercial Every attention1 giten to the travelling MAN General On shoiv Monday December ifhtilthe Baldur and V Including A 4 w i Ut llUUbMllUlif ju Mohne PlowsJ Wilkinson Agricultural Implements Drills w Amehcan Steel Moline Tudhopn j Raymond Sewing JfcCormick Binders and Creak Waterloo and Case seta Ydur weather On one of our warm Pea Jackets or Put it on of our GOOD CHEAP MTwefed Suits uhder is a suit pi fine All Wool purchased from You wi4I dressing yourself by putting on A w f j Belmont 3elmont Drug FOLL LINE or Patent I Hspensing is our arefulnesa and promptness our full line of Choice Cigars and Belmont Hotel PER lest accomraodatibn for Com ial Finest Livery on the Veil Prop a D Q C 9 T cc ft ti ob 5 I la I z Felt Ftonf Silverware Coupons given with every cash purchase over t i f W for ten per of cash purchase that you get your cortpon General flerchant THE ANNUAL MEETING the Cypress Electorial Divisio Agricultural Society L will be held in Harrower Prices Office on at 1 oclock At said meeting the financial re port of the Society will be ed and Officers for the ensuing year Annual Meeting of The Killarney Electoral Divisioi Agricultural Society will be held in Tumothn Belmont on December the at 1 oclock At said meeting the financia report of the Society will be pre and officers for the ensuing year SecyTrer Hides Hides HIDES at highest market PRICES Kelso BALDUR Condensed midi tbli liwd 50 ceati for ifiutt ioa and tt eenti each ind not tiesed art J fH fcifttg Che Executrix the laftt Wll and Testament Tbotoii Hill late of Grand in the of Farmer hereby giye ndticp that 1 have ap pointed the parties named in thi notice my agetitB purpos receiving arid collecting money owing to the said Thomas fiil deceased as follows ih Gienborp Mr Pred erickson Merchant for the Belmont W of Count Ccrurt Clerkforv the Baldnr die John of Bal All partiesindebted to the said deceasedwill greatly assist Ine bj forthwith paying amount owing by them respectively f such of my said agents as may b most MARY Executrix Aug Contains a Remedy for all Dri eases which Horses anc Cattle are At MAW fiOLDING the errftUc coufte of the market during the pWt ttopyear iblkrgety resjpoiisibldfpr the ten dency now ahowh among far mere to Hold their grain for liiglief prices than had dqring re cenf previouB bvrng5 tp light crop and dimimah ThWewas in tlie sfinafibn to War rant the tremendous advance in prirvwdnrtagthe The market was R mani julated and it may be man vears before we shall witneas acl high state of manipuliiiion then made Tin armers who got a taste of higl rices which were brought abovi n this are loth to sell at tin nuch lower prices now They remember the tftcrthj prices that were paid such a short ago and they naturally hopi tliat there may be an early recur ence of somewhat similar condi The many war rumorF that have disturbed the world oi late add further to the hope of the holders of grain that there may be another big advance in prices such as was experienced the last crop As wheat ii Manitoba is now ruling on a basis of winter freight it woulc seem that farmers who have gooc1 granary accommodation canno run a very great risk of lower prices by holding for a while At the same Jjme it must be notec possible war trou or speculative manipulation the outlook is not BO for holding wheat as it was a yea A year ago two exporting and India were importing and crop were light in This yea we have liberal crop returns fron nearly all wheat Tb cost of holding should also b taken into Frotnourowncorrrttxmdenti 6 nThursday last quitte bef of the young people drov down to Baldur and tooLin tli concert which wag enjoyed by al The only drawback pun in teijded the late or rathe journey in the cold est time of children are bus practising a which ia t be given by them oi last da day of school before the Xina December 23rc We hope it will be a On Sunday thfl anniversary ser vices were held in the Presbyter ian whic were well were address ed by of Belttxon and of On Monday evening the annua meeting qf the Belniont Branch o and Bible Society held in the Methodist church Ross occupying the Alter he usual opening the meeting was addressee by Gartoh of Emerson who gave a brief bat Very interest ingjfeswme of the work of th Officerswere then ap pointed for the coining Th newly elected officers ColleGtorsMiBfles and Thynne The akating season opened 01 Saturday the unfavorable weather there wut a large turnout nt the r a sweet charm abou the floated up fron the fine bj the Uxferidgd Organ Co thaf attracted and Righted tliou sands of tht the buiWing yesterdays All daj this exhibit an admiring croud great inCefesi was tlipHe pidnot whithare ui ac cordance with the most modem auci scientific ideas nnk in keeping wifh the advanced slage of mnsi caT tone fs p6wer ful vet sweet and resonant to th A REMARKABLE CLUBBING OFFER TO OUB By special arrangements with he publishers we will accept sub criptions for the Baldur Gazette md Toronto Ladies Journal for or one year for When you that the regular price of Journal is a ou can readily see what a lid offer we are making Tne Ladies Journal is of the oldest and best established of the great Canhdlan it beautifully and con tains something to interest every member of the No family should be without it Remit to this office and you will receive both papers till the 1st 6i Pick it f He Charge of ttife Qordbit Highlanders at Dargai A mkgnlficent highly colored production of the above painting is the splendid premiuW offered to subscribers of The1 Weekly for the coming The Weekly Tribune now permanently enlarged to six teen pngeB112 columns of matter each It is everywhere aoV knowledged to be the biggest and family newspaper published in west of Lake It will be even a greater or than for the coming The Weekly Tribune will be warded from now JP January The baU auce of this year and the magni ficent premium picture Subscribe premium pictures will be forwarded in the order in which subscriptions to I via To all principal points In New N6va and To points asMontreaj Tickets will be ibn sale froto DgcembijrBth timit of 90 dAyfe from astteef V v Threoch Pnitean fiphcliitered Tourist sleeping cars Irom Man itoba Paul cmiy for double berth in upholstered inaf Mfull Information call on I rt
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