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Roblin Review (Newspaper) - November 15, 1917, Roblin, Manitoba 21 27 if in iheRotv liu district nit For further iro formation i ROBLIN ANDREW JOHNSTON It will be to your tdrantage to Call and git Prices on Flour A fresh stock of Ofitvies Beat just arrived JOHNSTON Aftrt ROBLIN VOL 15 1917 3 Goods New Goods are arriving on every train for the Full and Winter and we are losing no time in opening them up and placing them on the shelves ready for the inspection of our Makinaw Make out your list and come in now and buy all you will need for this The changeable weather demands t stocking up right Bring in your order for Threshing Supplies We can till it complete to the smallest item The Economy General Store f Robin Hood Flour To farmers and others who wish to buy their stock of flour for the winter1 NOW IS THE It may be that the Food Controller will lestrict the sale of Flour so get your supply in at once and avoid eating BLACK HARRY FOX is expecting a carload of Robin Hood Flour in at once Place your orders now and save money by taking delivery off the track HARRY ROBLIN Roblin Locals Lend to Your Canada is Tour Security Buy Victory For big game and trappers licences apply to H C Merrell at the drug The provincial byelection for Roblin Consituency takes place on 19th MissT of Sunny Slope left on Sunday evening for to attend col ic WKffi took place Monday morning of Gwendolyn el dest daughter of Mr and Mrs R S Van Gamp at the the age of 4 yearsaud 4 Diphtheria was the cause of The sympathy of all is extended to the parents in their bereave 1 t I I I I I I I I 1 1 i 1 H mum in mi I I I 1 M I I i i I I I I 1 IHllM I I i U I 1 1 i I I 1 M I Ml I VIM II I II 1 1 Mil 1 1 1 1 I I 1 I II I I I 1 I I II I I I I I I I I I II II I I I t I III HM I I 1 I I I 1 I I I i I I I 1 I I I i I I1 I 1 M I I I 1 I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II t I I I I I t I I I I I T he Robtin Trading WHERE YOUR DOES ITS DUTY Watch This Space Next Week Mrs T Teo was a visitor at Grand view during the Mr and Mrs L L Merrell wer e visitors at Winnipeg during the Miss Sadie of Bin is visiting at the home of her Mrs H W Porteous W J Westwood was the uu inimous choice of the Indepe u dent convention held at Roblin on Saturday Mrs W J Dunlop and Miss Lena of are visiting at the home of Mrand nuium Bringyour cutter early and have them reup J W furniture dealer and Pte T Elliott has been ad mitt ed into the Red Cross hospital at Chelnuiford suffering from trench Mr and Mrs R B Freeland left for on Friday even ing laat where Mrs Freeland will undergo treatment at the General Rev J Archibald conducted services at the Methodist church at Grand view on Sunday Mr Merryweatber taking the services at the Union churches Premier Norris and Hon George Grierson will address a public meeting in the Oddfell ows Hall tonight Thursday at 8 in the interests of the liberal Irwin L Mit This district has sent its buyH to the front lit comparison it is impossible that money is valued more Let the boys know your feelings by your response to your countrys appeal for funds to carry the war to a successful Buy a war The teachers of the Northern districts of Manitoba covering the territory from Lake Man itoba to the Soskatchewan held their annual convention in Dauphin onThurs day and Friday of last week One hundred and six teachers were A good bill of fare was provided in the way of rogses and discussions of problems relating to school The presence and assi s tance of Han Dr Thornton and the Deputy Mr R Flet accounted ranch for the success of the On Friday a public gatb in Town was ad dressed 97 Dr Thornton and others ana the citizens and vis iting fsjichsys were treated to a 5 fJl f r V I fe
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