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Roblin Review (Newspaper) - October 18, 1917, Roblin, Manitoba j SS JP MM of in UM Boo AM ttetrict on For farther in to EW JOHNSTON ROBL1N It wilt be to your advantage to Call and get Prices on Flour A fresh stock of Ogilviea Best just arrived Afta ROBLIN VOL B OCTOBER 18 1917 4l A PENNY SAVED IS A PENNY EARNED d Goods New Goods are arriving on every train for the Fall and Winter and we are losing no time in opening them up and placing them on the shelffes ready for the inspection of our Makinaw Make out yumlist and come in now and buy all you will need for this The changeable weather demands stocking up right r ri Bring in your order for Threshing Supplies We can fill it complete to the smallest item ROBUN RED CROSS SOCIETY j Roblin Locals The following officers have been appointed for the year A G McBenn Vice F Y Newton A B Gill Secretary Mrs O W Evans Buying Com Mrs Por teoua and Miss A lOc tea will be held in the Red Cross Rooms on Donations for the do mestic table will be gratefully Proceeds for Xnms parcels for the boys at the front The raffle of cushion andbag of potatoes will be drawn The Society are appealing for cakes and home made candy for the Xmas please bring them to the Red Cross Rooms on Anyone knitting socks try and have them finish ed the same The Society wish to extend thanks for the following dona tions Miss Brooks J Cronin for feed which was sold for Mrs Sutherland a pair of Mrs A B Gill a cushion and Mrs Smith a bag of Please call at Mrs A B Gill for wool and If in ask a user of an Edison His an swer will be go to J W Laws and buy the lvtost Edison Am Prices We are Paying the Highest prices for Produce and Hides There is not a single family in Canada that cannot afford to secure for themselves n Cana dian Government War which is backed by all the re sources of our cally a mortgage on Canada and all its resources safest security The purchase proposition is one of the very beat you can If every family does its duty our govern meut will have no trouble rais ing the necessary money to maintain the Canadian Expe ditionary and will also be able to provide additional credits in Canada to enable Qreat Britain and the Allies to continue to purchase our agri cultural products and other war 111 1111111 I H 11111 1111 The Roblin Trading Co WHERE YOUR DOES ITS DUTY Apples APPLES Apples We have to arrive on 200 boxes of Fancy Apples and we advise you to buy 3 or 4 boxes at a time because apples are very We have besn advised by ths largest fruit houses that they will not have any apples in barrels this so buy enough now to last you for two or three These apples will keep until The price is per box 5 Mr R Freeland left on Tues day evening for Swan River to visit Mrs who has been vis iting relatives in Southern Han iluba for the past three months returned to town on Carload of mattresses and and devenports etc just Call and see the fresh new J W Law the furniture The Misses Elizabeth For sylha HHZOI Black left on Saturday morning last for Re gina where they will attend the third class normal Mr and Mrs J H Van Der Maaten have recently received word from Ottawa that their son who enlisted in the 107th Battalion at is a prison er of war in senior member of the firm of Kirby financial ag of expects to be in town on in connection with the Cana dian Victory A concert under the auspices of the Roblin Red Cross Society will be held in the Oddfellown Hall on Friday Oct at oclock Admission 50c for adults and 25c for The Rev Hislop Dickson of will conduct the Union Church Services at Cromarty and Roblin on 21st at the us ual Last week Mr H J of sold over worth of cattle to make room for fresh Another in stance of the advisablity of fol lowing a mixed farming system ident which occured late on Tuesday evening Mr H Porteous is lying seriously injured with his ribs The other oc cupant of the car Dr Grant es caped On Monday morning shortly after nine what might have been a very serious nc cident occured on Main when a Ford car driven by Mr Curie andcontaining as passen Mr and Mrs Win Hornsby and Lionel Curie overturned near Burrows Lumber The driver had lost control of the cur and missed the crossing and went over the rails at a speed of over twenty inilen an Tlu were very bad ly shaken up and the three passengers had to receive medi cal 50 baskets of Peas rf or i vf t nice large Preserving per basket Prices Paid for Produce Delay Very IIIAdvised ProMptaMs Reiponte is Eiscitial Usdtr Military Service Procrastination is the thief of This in especially true with regard to individul duties under the system by which the Military Service Act is now be r the provisions of the Act as operated are such that procrastination may be the thief of important since a limited time only can bo allowed for applications for ex emptions to be taken up by the Exemption Canadians are advised to take such action as may he may be dictated by their circum stances as soon as Re ports for service or claim of ex emption should be whenever immediate ly after the proclamation issues calling out the first The machinery instituted under the act will work much more smoothly if all those concerned come forward without de In this promptness is a patriotic duty as well as be ing in the highest interests of the individual THE CRADLE nn to Mr and Mrs A a FABM FOB wen half of House U x 16 newly erected on the property 55 well plowed and disced three ready for crop next Apply to John Fergu
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