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Roblin Review (Newspaper) - October 26, 1917, Roblin, Manitoba Acrti ut 23 27 number itf improver in the oo For further im tamMlinu npply i ROBLIN AMDiEW JOHNSTON It will be to your advantage to Call and get Prices on Flour A fresh stock of Ogilvies Best just arrived JOHNSTON Ajent ROBL1N VOL 3 OCTOBER 2tt 1917 51 Goods New Goods are arriving on every train for the Fall and t Winter and we are losing no time in opening 1 them up and placing them on the shelves ready for the inspection of our f Makinaw Malce out your list and come in now and buy all you will need for this The changeable weather dfhlauds stocking up right Bring in your order for Threshing Supplies We can fill it complete to the smallest item The Economy General Store We are Paying tlia Highett prices for Produce and Hides ROBLW RED CROSS SOCIETY RobHn A whist drive will be hehl oa Oct27th at the home of Mrs Oeo Admission Refreshments The draw for the geese will take A lOc tea will be given on Saturday in tho Red Cross Children especially iu The Society wish to extend thanks for the following dona tions Miss Bonnie Mr Me Neill Mrs Fox J Cronin a friend in mernor iam Maude Gill the children in Miss Brooks room PI nits from Mrs Russell to Mr Gill for the free use of the Red Cross rooms The proceeds of the concert amounted to and from the tea and raffles was tent to the British Red Cross Society Canadas Victory Loan We ask that every citzen respond to the Nations demand that this loan be taken A it for Wed Slit at 3 oclock in the at which all are to GOD SAVE THE KING Rteve Convention at Dauphin The annual convention of the teachers of Northern Manitoba will be held this year hi Daupb ir on Thursday and Nov 8th and A program is being arid we ex i aiitt enjoyable Every teacher is urgently invited to Lorraine Russell my prem about a Avhite yearling branded 7 on right Finder please notify Roblin l l i i i i i i t i i i i i i i IM i i i i IlVj1 it t V ii i I tlT I I I I 8 I I I I n M I O T he Koblin I radmg WHERE YOUR DOES ITS DUTY Apples Apples i 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 been advised by the 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 50 baskets of Pears for Saturday t 1 All nice large Preserving per basket Highest Prices Paid for Produce M Law wishes to announce the arrival to his store of musics Cull and spend a pleasant You are welcome The first snow fall this winter occurred on Sunday in this dis and delayed the finishing up of Wilfrid Rae left on Tuesday evening for where ho will attend the Manitotyi Agri cultural College for the eiisuing Pte Frank of Duck was amongst a party of returned soldiers who arriv ed in Winnipeg from overseas on Friday RevJ Archibald was at Grand view and Umutilla on conducting anniversary services at the Presbyterian churches Mr John Kines has received word that his Corp A T of the 16th Scottish Battalion bus been awarded the military Miss of Gilbert will be at Forfars store Oet This will be her last trip for this Can you beat this for Roblin Commencing Saturday and con tinuing Free free heat and free exactly re and a welcome to Mrs S A of was a business visitor to Roblin on While in town Mr Price pinchased from our local furniture J W all the furniture for his new home in that Mr Freeland is now sole lin Roblin chased Mr A interest 19 the Mr Lea and fam we leaVie short ly for British Extensive preparations are under way for Canadas fourth domestic war loan which will he launched The loan be for a hundred and fifty miJJioii dollars and will be known as the Victory On November 2nd in oyster supper and dance will be given at lire of Chapman by the Cromarty and Canon Supper will be served at Ad mission 50 and Proceeds in aid of Hod thankfully Glen offi the 107th Bat A wound received at the coupled with faHjng strength as a result of a long standing caused Glen Campbell vas known in thin district and the nows of his dcat It came as it groat shock to his many The concert given in the Odd fellows Hall on Friday evening under the auspices of the Red Crows was well at tended and the audience were well pleased with the entertain A feature of tho pro gramme was a song sung for the first time by John And He Kept on bcSth words and music being composed by Mr O E It looks as if Prelude wheat was a Mr Beltons sarn ie of this new originated it the Experimental Ot improved on the seed last His yield was sown on he farms of John Torn McNeill and D DiUabough and igain improved on the an average of about two bushels to the acre of as bright and hard wheat can be seen In some fields it was cut ten days earlier tbao the and although not yielding so heavy to the it will probably serve well as a supplementary es caping frost and rust as well giving a chance for fall plough Have a seat reserved at Jw Laws store for Ocb 27th You will not be 4XT the
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