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   Roblin Review And Togo News (Newspaper) - June 10, 1937, Roblin, Manitoba                                THB At Tkt Masiejr Hanis Waretaue Pool Davatar CftCAM SEPARATORS tram SUM SUMS Call in and JniMti our otack Via Robin THE MANITOBA HARDY PLAN NURSERY OROPMOftE I MANITOBA Proprietor Whan think of ar of The loading nuraary in Waatorn Canada tram our hardy to In irour H will viaft tha and yeur own TAYLORS HARDWARE a nice of Pabco Floor Rags at away below maH Call in and thorn tomothing now No Waxing Needed and at permanent Aik about GET THE HABIT GET IT AT TAYLORS DATES TO REMEMBER JUNE 21 30 JULY THE PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION BRANDON ENTRIES PUREBRED LIVESTOCK CLOSE JUNE 12th ALL OTHER CLASSES JUNE 16th EXCEPT PEONIES WHICH CLOSE JUNE HAVE YOU BOUGHT YOUR 4 FOR STRIP TICKETS YET ON SALE EVERYWHERE VNOW IS FOR THE LADIES TO DYE AND TINT THEIR DRESSES FOR THE SUMMER WE HAVE A COMPLETE LIST OF COLOURS Diamond Dyola Sunset package Sunset package Color oe in your ft Dye 1RWIN MITCHELL DRUGGIST rSTATIONER DEMONSTRATION Sec The New TipToe Latest in Tractor Drive The Oliver Rubber Tired Ten Reasons Why the 70 Leads the Worlds Power Parade 1 removablesleeve J Overlapping power impulses smoother less 3 Selfstarter quick starting in any 4 High compression head for regular gasoline different head and manifold for kerosene and Maximum econ omy on your type of 5 Variablespeed governor for added 4 4 forward speeds 3H to4M with two 14 plow 7 Fingertip control and automotive Easy 9 Compact but completely accessible 10 fully modern The Oliver Standard 70 is the most ad vanced farm tractor you can Its the logical choice for your Ask for demon stration proof which well gladly give I in extending to you an invitation to attend a Demonstration 0f Machinery to hold on the farm of Tom Denny 1 mile half mile south of Roblin June 15th commencing at 2 I that you will avail yourself of opportuni ty of attending the above demonstration and that I will have MM ef mootingyou thoto on the above KEAST ROBLIN REVIEW waakly awaliahad at RaMin in every morning by Canada S1JO LYRIC Thursday Friday Saturday JUNE 101112 SPECIAL DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMME Feature No1 FIELDS POPPY A rollicking comedy drama of cir C4JB with the inimitable Fields at his boat in tha role of a circus Feature 2 Three OB a Trail Adult A splendid western picture of the better supplying ac tion and thrills galore with William Jimmy Ellison and Onslow Stevens GOOD CARTOON ALSO SHOWN NEXT WEEKS SPECIAL Thursday Friday Saturday SHIRLEY TEMPLE THE POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL Matinee Saturday at 3 2 Saturday at 7 and 9 Week Night Start at UNITED CHURCH Church of Laeting Friendship Enter the Open Pray June 13th Subject Blessedness of Being Annual church service in honor of Grade XI Members of the school and all stud ents are specially Tummoll Roblin 7 Bield BARANOSKY PASSES sympathy of the district ex tended to the Baranosky family in the passing of beloved wife of who died in the Dauphin hospital following an tion June Baranosky was in her 54 year born in Austria she to Canada when 19 years of she settled with her husband at later moving to where they re sided for tiring of the west they returned to and 15 ago settled again in Roblin At no time was Baranosky in the of the earlier frontier proved extremely hard to her finally culminating in a serious oper ation from which she failed to Despite her she seldomed com A willing helper to her hus and a good mother to her two and four she will be xThe funeral was held Friday from the Catholic interment being in the Catholic Roblin A critical analysis of government taxation systems might lead one to the conclusion that certain classes of citizens and industries should be treated economic for the automobile owner and the oil Thny are to extent in the same class a artist who money out of the country for some intangible For and be cause yeoterday the automobile was owner like a That a large fraction of government costs should be imposed through stiff license and high gasoline on means of getting about It a striking example of the irration ality of our tax For the dol lar the motorist pays in the western the governments are only a little more than 20 on Through the two of levy motorists have paid twice for every foot cf road that been built in And if were not they stiff being pillage simply because they aro easy prey for CARD OF THANKS extend our heartfelt thanks to our many friends and for their and sympathy during and Family H1LLSBURG COUNCIL of meeting held June 1937 in the municipal Sehick and as Gooselaw be gWon month for the care of Jeromo the Reeve and be authorized to com pleto agreement of sale for SW 1937 193t in terest 6 per a donation c f be givtn the Coronation Com Frank Atkin son be paid for roadway through NW Walter Holinski be given for NE 202827 be leased to Mike Chick for the years on a one third share crop bylaw 47 authorizing the opening of a pub lic road through section 52827 he signed and authorising the sale of in Bield townsite to Lea Chisholm be read and Bylaw authorizing the opening of a public road across section 152527 be signed and the follow ing accounts be paid Municipal stationery Nowosad broom 90c Dept Mines and Natural road Mitchell Kehoe audit au ditors reports medicines relief Holinski Adams extra grader blade extra evened pnepaid freight road patrol total medical L Nern burg road ward Barber legal fees lots in Mike planks and bridge timber Kirpatrick care Gattrell Barber transfer lots in Bield Village of lots Cooper relief Cisar Yelowaga Geryluke Taylor Western Chain Store Relief Edel medical service Newton relief Eli Kip L Wells relief Ready relief Gopher Bounty total Cow reltef Fedorchuk Shrei bers relief Marshall Cf Taylor stamps Farrells fun eral service Kotyk rent Roblin stationery AT THE MOVIES This is bargain week at the Lyric two high clats features will be shown for the regular price of The first picture shown will be Fields in Poppy which is said to be the biggest laugh producer that this inimitable comedian has yet pro and that is saying In this Fields takes the role of a circus barker and it would be hard to imagine a more suitable part for He is ably supported by a strong which includes Rochelle Richard Cromwell and Lynne With such a cast and with a story which bubbles over with humor and drama Poppy should be worth the admission price For the second a splendid type western will be rhtwn entitled Three on a Trail and featuring Wil liam JWnmie Ellison and Ons low This picture is one of the famous Hopalong Cassidy which have proven so popular in every town they have shown Western fans will find Three on a Trail to be everything they like in plenty of plenty of and loads of hard riding For a good evenings entertainment for the whole family this double fea ture should prove to be real bargain in amusement and should satisfy old and young Next week the Lyric will shew The cor Little Rich starring Shir ley Details next CLASSIFIED ADS off ladies brown tweed ivory or celuloH buckleApply Review WANTED District Agent to take charge of either an exclusive ter or write Standar Life insur ance at Liberal commission and contract with necessary ad The Mutual Supporting Society of 325 Main j19p LOCAL NOTES Silver visited Cowtun is a business vilitot in Rtna Hartmier was visitor to Win nipeg during the of is visiting at the home of Brydon was passenger to Regina Wednesday Miss Otga Kapey left for Winnipeg on Friday nights and Gleiser were viitors to Yorkton Friday last and McWhirter left Sunday to visit friends in Newton visaed with rel atives in Winnipeg during the Miss Fisher returned home Tues day after spending the winter months in There was a fairly heavy frost here June 8th which destroyed some of the garden The Cromarty will hold a tea and sale of novelties in Roblin on June and of Winni are guests at the home of and Scott and Lillian Mitchell were excursion paV sengers to Saturday even Lynn who has been attend ing university in returned home Tuesday morning for the sum mer Womens Institute meeting in the basement of the church on Wednes June at 3 Conven tion Hartmeir and Ernie and left for Kamsack this where they have a contract for build ing a new Scrase and Dau arrived Tuesday at They are visiting at ttie home ot and Kines and Huey return ed Huey has been re ceving medical treatment at the hos pital in We are glad to re port that he is much Bishop of will visit on Sunday June and confirmation at 11 when 12 young people are looking forwaid to receiving the apostolic rite and the Divine A general invitation is extended to everyone to attend the The Roblin Womens Institute wish to extend their thanks to all those who helped make the Cemetery Day a The women of the commu nity responded wonderfully in helping with the dinner and lunch by gener ous and the cooperation and help of the Cromarty was very much While 125 men combed the bush four miles northeast of Thursday Bernice 22year old talented farmers daughter walk ed home after violently removed from the farm Police are investiga ting this local kidnapping and it is to be hoped the guilty parties will be Cecil Shortdale has much to his that it does not pay to drink homebrew and to ob struct especially when en forced by consftables Ellwyn and Cecil was imbibing some Mountain Dew when the two offi cers came trying to destroy the he threw the bottle j hoping that it would be coming angry he tried to break away but all efforts proved He was convicted under the fined and costs for obstruction ami assault at June Earl Roy farmer it Gilbert Plains was killed almost in stantly Thursday afternoon last when the tractor he was working fell over pinning him to the ground and crushing his Stoughton will be remembered by many in Roblin being maintenance man on the highway from Roblin west to the river for a period of three years before moving to Gilbert Plains He is survived by his widow and one son aged The funeral was held from the Gilbert Plains United Friday Annie was in stalled into the office of president of the Rebekah Friday evening was in stalled as official examiner at the same conductor and Astbury were o officers installed at the Roblin senior ball team played at Friday last and came away with the long end of the Fea tures of the game were the beautiful swan dives at bases and the grace ful glides on the terrafirma in the inside centre Tuesday even ing the Calder team played the locals at the time of going to press the Jcore still remains a mys was up on the last bul WOODS HICKS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Dunlop Block Phone 22 ROBLIN KERR DENTIST Hours 9 to 12 and 1 to 6 Evenings by Appointment Office in Newton Main STANDISH FUNERAL SERVICE AND EMBALMER Phono 46 HENNELL Wishes to announce that an 1 NOSE THROAT 1 SPECIALIST from WINNIPEG H Will be in Roblin in H Consultations will be held in H Hennelli office by appoint M merit A Tonsil clinic will also be Make your H pointment illllilllllllllUIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIinillllllllllllllllUlillUHUIUHHM CKY WILL REPEAT NEWS The adoption of Daylight Saving in the City of Winnipeg compli cated the radio service to rural Several features which used to be heard in the lunch hour have now been shifted to new meal which no longer with that of people of standard time The situation is a difficult in which the broadcasters aro very awkwardly placed in their to satisfy The broadcasting of an houit earlier than usual caused con siderable inconvenience in pns so CKY has now arranged Monday May 31st eight news bulletin will be road again at two Daylight Saving JUNE RINGS Diamonds Wedding up Wedding and Shower Gifts Now is the time to buy a SCHICK New Low Price HEM1NG WATCHMAKER JEWELER Cranwell PRAYING Ail Orders Promptly Attended To Roblin THE NEW Egg Candling Station IN THE DUNLOP BLOCK ROBLIN CASH OR TRADE SATISFACTION AND HIGHEST PRICES OPERATED BY NOWOSAD GENERAL MERCHANT   

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