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Roblin Review (Newspaper) - November 1, 1917, Roblin, Manitoba Acres Imr 37 Ite district on For further hn ftanuttian nppK ir ANDICW JOHNSTON ROBL1N It will be to your advantage to Call and get Prices on Flour A fresh stock of Ogilvies Best just arrived JOHNSTON Afwt ROBUN VOL 0 IAY 1 1917 1 A PENNY SAVED IS A PENNY EARNED ew New Goods are arriving qfn every train for the Fall and Winter and we are losing no time in opening them up and placing them 6n the shelves ready for the inspection of our l Makinaw Make out your list and come in now and buy all you will need for this The changeable weather demands stocking up right Bring in your order for Threshing Supplies We can fill it complete to the smallest item The Economy General Sto Help To Win The War Buy Victory War Loan Bonds The Constituency of lioblin is organized with two or three in each school These will probably interview FOU within the next few Give them a reception worthy of the work they are doing mid subscribe You have rourboye the Front cheer is impossible that the people f Constituency such as this would value their money more Lat our Boys at the Front understand from our re that we are behind them to our Last Available A VICTORY BOND is a ticket of admission to the feasts that shall celebrate our If you want HONESTLY to attend these jubilations in the future get your ticket EARN the right to share in British Glory by helping to win The Motto for liobliti Constituency in connection with the Victory Loan is as Glen Campbell has said of our Boys at the AS GOOD AS THE BETTEtt THAN For information in connection with this loan apply at the Headquarters Victory How To Send Parcels Overseas Parcels address to the members of the Canadian Expedition ary Forces Overseas should bear the name and address of a sec ond addressee to whom the parcel may be delivered or forward ed it it should prove impossible to deliver to the the origin al address to be written on the front of the parcel where the stamps and declaration as to contents ara affixed and the second or alternative address on the back of the If a second address is not furnished at the time of and delivery cannot be the contents of the unless of exceptional value or of a personal will be turned over to the Military Authorities for Parcels containing articles of a personal nature or special value will be if a request for their return in case of nondelivery ia made by the such request to be written on the cover of the parcel at the time of This plan is being adopted it the suggestion of the British postoffice which states that the present procedure of holding un delivered parcels at the Dead Letter Office until instructions are received as to their disposal IB resulting in a waste of large quantities of perishable food stuffs which form the contents of 90 per cent of parcels addressed to the Gas Engine The successful farmer to day must be an Thirty years ago the fanning mill or rake reaper were the most complicated machines with which the farmer hud any I 1 1 I I I I HM M I I I I I II I I II I IM 1 11 il l i I I 1 I I I I i i I I i T he Roblin Trading WHERE YOUR DOES ITS DUTY Apples APPELS 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 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 b skets of Pears for Saturday 1 nice large Preserving per basket Highest Prices Paid for Produce thinffto the self bin der came and he had to master To day of farmers lire buying gun en and they find these the most tiieky machines with which they ever had experience There is a special reason why so many men find themselves baffled when their gas engines go In handling all the other machines on the the owner has only deal with the plain mechanical prin When he takes his gas engine in he not only has wheels and shafts and cams to deal but he must be an electrician as To the un trained man there is more that in elusive and mulish about a balky gas tractor than about a railway locomotive for the spark plug points become abort it takes a man who knows what he is loooking for and how tc find it really to locate the With the thought of helping jas engine the Mani toba Department of Agriculture lias published a new 40 page bulletin cntited The Gue En This bulletin is written by Mr C gas engine specialist of the Extension De partment of Manitoba Agricul tural Ifc contains 34 illustrations and very clearly presents the whole subject of gas engine A very valuable feature is a table upon gas engine troubles showing the operator how to n gas engine cave us a doctor would diagnose the physical ailment of a The operator begins with the and with ajlist of all the possible causes of such a symptom proceeds to find out which of these is the active Next he looks over the list of all the possibilities for such a and thus he definitely traces his way back to the ori gin of the This bulletin will be used by the Extension Department as a text book in its got engine short courses and it will also be sent free to Manitoba farm For a free copy adddres the Publication Manitoba Department of w STRAYEDOnto my two red and white yearling Owner can I have game by proving prooerty
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