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Roblin Review And Togo News (Newspaper) - July 1, 1937, Roblin, Manitoba THE Renfrew Man Pool Elevator CKKAM SEPARATORS fiwm tlUS to f Call in nnA Inspect cur stock Van Roblin TAYLORS HARDWARE HERE A FEW WEEK END SPECIALS Gift Cups and Sau cers 20c and 25c Tea and 23c at extra small extra 2 for 15c TIMELY Hey Scythes and Snaths Grindstones and Sickle stones YOU CAN PROTECT YOUR STOCK WITH OUR STOCK SPRAY and NOSE GUARDS GET THE HABIT GET IT AT TAYLORS wetting the a concert A smaii tut app to numerous td on sfjar a pressmcu The pie rerevcri by Kircn man and Doru Kirthmier song by kJtcitig Going to ritOt House recitation by Wanda and tddie long by Hers she thera Doris rvirchmiir Long by the Doering God Save King ins v Mils Otke in the German and little Miss Kirchmier recited two short poems in German and the other in Shcviin can be real proud of their talented artists and it is to be hoped that their next con cert will be better FURS STORED REPAIRED REMODELLED MADE TO ORDER Robiio Trading AGENT FOR HURTIG FURS WINNIPEG Cranwell PRAYING All Promptly Alluded To Roblin CKOMARTY Black entertained in honor of Miss Sarah Cross and accompanied by and McDuffe were of and Charles Laird entertained several friends on Tuesday in honor of her daughter Joyces first Miss Winnie who has 4pcnt the past two weeks at her homi left for last ana Uesiia visited wrlli ana rs on I no ca ttte Uomrounitjr uiuti IOOK pidce ui june I He 01 pioneer aays was n eviueav t nere was a large variety ot ana conteiij in wmcn an ne was suptrm by ne leacnci nao trie J oiguraion and tow teachers ai and A dance in the evening when the If you want to sell or If you want to Advertise it in tht Reviewl TRAIL RANGERS CAMP Preparations are afoot for the an nual Trail Ranger Camp at Jackfish Lake commencing July This year it is expected that there will be a camp of forty or more In addition to the boys in quite j number will be from Tummel and The camp will be operated at cost and the boys will cook their own meals and wash their own The cost per boy will be plus items of Such things as milk and meat will be purchased with the money It may be that some boy will not be able to go because of the and if any adult cares to provide the money it will be wonderfully The daily programme will include flag raising morning wor athletic con paper treasure singsongs about the talks on subjects of interest to plenty of good Four leaders will assist in the conduct of the Messrs Jim and Franklin Kines and customary good crowd were Music by Andrews 1 he notion that the automobile i a luxury and that taxes bearing 01 the motorists are thereto re luxury should now be rather thorougn ly But since the tax levy ing authorities will be more or less disposed to let it pass the results of a recent survey of the income of average motorists may be properly called to their The small income of more than half the motor vechicle owners in the United States s or In Canada the average is a little higher The average weekly wage of this group is to In any event the majority of Canadas motorists are definitely in the low income Out of this income they must pay autombile licenses and includ ing levies on a total of about a year on the other words the motorist in the small income group works from 12 to 15 days in the year for the automotive tax He works one week to pay taxes on his gasoline and another week for the privilege of buying fuel for his One would assume that a matter of common fairness a sizeable part of the motorists money would be ear marked to give him better travel or some quid pro quo for what he But the irony of the situation is that only an inconse quential is used for this By far the biggest part is diverted to general This probably ranks the most onesided deal in the annals of government THE MANITOBA HARDY PLANT NURSERY DROPMORE MANITOBA Proprietor When you think of or perennial of The leading nursery in Western Canada from our hardy in in your It will pay you to vieit the nursery and select your own iiiiuramiiiiiiMiM Picni ic Time is Here When going away on your picnic do not carry Call at Mitchells Drug Store and get Paper Paper Spoon and 6 to pkg 15c Large Paper cssorted 15c and 20c g IRW1N L MITCHELL f STATIONER 1 THE TIRE with the thick heavy tread TOPS THEM FOR Get those new tires And for economy and big value get Goodyear the modern tire that gives more miles of service than any other tire at or near its price Get your bonus of extra miles come in and see the Rl Well give you prompt service KEAST JUNE RINGS GIFTS Diamonds Wedding up Wedding and Shower Gifts ALL MAKES OF RADIOS SCHICK AND PACKARD RAZORS HEMING WATCHMAKER JEWELER LYRIC Thursday Friday Saturday JULY 123 Barbara MacCrea Banjo on My Koee Adult A picture of life on the Mississ ippi that abounds in music and hair raising SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION Official Pictures of Hindenburg Disaster See this terrible disaster as by eye Worth the admission price alone Two Shows on July 1st at and NEXT WEEKS SPECIAL Thursday Friday and Saturday JULY 8910 Marlene DietrichCharles Boyer THE GARDEN OF 100 per cent Technicolor Matinee Saturday at 3 2 Shows Saturday at 7 and 9 Week Night Shows Start at LOCAL NOTES L Speers and Bill IBM Tnursday for Miss Enid is a visitor here with Clifford Coleman spent Sunday visiting Joe and were visitors in town Lawrence was a visitor to Wil on Dauphin is at the station as night is a visitor here with the Thorn and Brooks and Miss Hagerman left for Wednes Jones left Tuesday for as relief operator at that that is visit ing at the home of and and Brine and daugh ter Marguerite left Friday for Los and Archie were visitors at Craigs on Bennett and Pat were business visitors to Winnipeg Warbeck returned home Sat uday from where she visit ed her Miss Peden and Miss Ritchie left Wednesday morning for their respective homes at Gladstone and John Hemphill returned from Dauphin accompanied by her daugh ter Miss Nacie Hess whom she has been and Nash and John Hemphill and Miss Nacie Hess motored to Mafeking over the Today of with the crowd and have for young and show dancing at Norris Austin Bridges and Frank have en rolled as prospective members of the They left for Regina Thurs day for a two months training Roblin ball team visited Gilbert Plains Score Gilbert lin At the return game Monday Gilbert and Roblin went into a scor ing Gilbert The three Gentlemen Cailes re turned home Tuesday from away out west via the Boxcar The trip was enjoyable in many ut you certainly have your ups and downs when you are a tree guest of the Holidays have students are no doubt looking forward to A happy and eventful two months Next week the Keview will publish the report of Goose Lake Consolidated Teachers ot ru ral schools why not send in your reports to the Keview tor Miss Eleanor Glover entertained Thursday afternoon at her home in honor of Miss Sarah bride elect of early The tables were centred with pink roses and Glover presjded over the tea The gifts were presented from a decorat ed wagon by little Arlene Dur ing the afternoon the guests hemmed teatowels which were presented to The guests number How many times has this happened to you The most careful farmer cannot avoid Some are not serious and others cause expensive your separator or other machinery is liable to give out at the most inopportune A telephone saves valuable time in locating the necessary Order your Rural Home Telephone Today MANITOBA TELEPHONE SYSTEM sented Miss McCrindle with a desk lamp before her departure frcm this Miss McCrindle will teach in Oak River this coming term and our best wishes go with her in her new CHURCH NOTES UNITED CHURCH The Church of Lasting Friendship Enter the Open Pray Subject 1 The first of a series of sermons in keeping with the summer Tummell Roblin 7 Bield ROBLIN REVIEW An independent weekly published at Roblin in every Thursday morning by Subscription rates Canada WOODS HICKS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Dunlop Block Phone 22 ROBLIN Mackie won the cash prize at the Saturday night Mensch and Edgar were n dinette for a short visit with John Ziprick and Bertha Klemach were married last Con and and Marshall motored to Regina to visit and John Cammidge have taken up residence in the house form erly occupied by and Ziprick took their two sons Robert and Eddie to Win nipcg for medical and John and Donnie and Clifford will attend Brandon Fair this The ladies of Freefield met at the school Tuesday and presented Miss Pogue with a lovely floor rut as a farewell Sunday school presented Miss McCrin dle with a Shaeffer The young people of the district and the junior school children met at Woods and presented Miss McCrindle with a Shaeffer pen as a parting Inglis drew good weather for their picnic last A good crowd Angusville winning cut in mens Inglis girls won from Inglis juniors defeating Lennard juveniles winning A big crowd attended the dance in the Friday evening the met at the of Brokenridge mn4 pra OEALED addressed to the undersigned and endorsed Tenders for interior Public will be received until 12 oclock noon daylight July for the sup ply and installation of interior fitt ings in the Public Building at Roblin Plans and specifications can be seen and formsfor tender obtained at the offices of the Chief De partment of Public the District Resident Cus toms and at the Post Tenders will not be considered un less made on the forms supplied by the Department and in accordance with the conditions set forth Each tender must be accompanied by a certified cheque on a chartered bank in payable to the order of the Honourable the Minister of Public equal to 10 per cent of the amount of the or Bearer Bonds of the Dominion of Canada or of the Canadian National Railway Company and its constituent unconditionally guaran teed as to principal and interest by the Dominion of or the aforementioned bonds and a certified cheque if required to make up an odd By Department of Public June KERR DENTIST Hours 9 to 12 and 1 to 6 Evenings by Appointment Office in Newton Main STANDISH FUNERAL SERVICE AND EMBALMER Phone 46 NO MORE TUBE TROUBLE JLtiD Advertisements under this head per minimum per cash with a White French Poodle finder please phone Strayed June j1c one bay star on scar on stiff in front Owner may obtain by proving ownership and paying J7c PERSONAL GET VIGOR AT ONCEI NEW OSTREX Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster invigorators and other One dose peps up If not maker refunds price paid write Mitchells Drug t THIS STRONGER TUB IS SO TOUGH IT RESISTS TEARING EVENWHEM RUN FLAT AN EXTRA LAYER OF GOLDEN RUBBER TO PREVENT RIM CHAFING e Here is the ever built for passenger car extrathick black rubber that can stand all kinds of and an extra layer of special golden rubber to resist rim You get more for your money with the Gold and Black troublefree Goodrich GOLD AND BLACK Silvertowo Tube Agents YEO ROBUM
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