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Roblin Review (Newspaper) - December 6, 1917, Roblin, Manitoba te forutAlion ANDREW JOHNSTON Arnnt in For further iro ROBLIN It will be to your advantage to Call and get Prices on Flour A fredh stock of Ogilvies Best just arrived JOHNSTON Aftat ROBLIN VOL J A 6 A PENNY SAVED IS A PENNY EARNED New winter 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 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 stocking up right The Economy General Store Robin Hood Flour To farmers and others who wish to buy their stock of flour for the winter NOW IS THE It may be that the Pood Controller wilt testrict the sale of White 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 Send Grain Dee Fair on Tuesday and Fox left this week for where they will reside in of Shoal Lake was a business visitor in towo ou Frank of the 107th Battalion returned from on Saturday If you want vote at the forthcomingDominion election n is on the list Public Health of inspected the Roblin Consolidated School on Tuesday Chas A registered op of will be at Mitchells Drug Koblin Dec doing modern optical 1 nun i i H SUGAR This article is hard to get at any price so are fortunate get in two tons from and are going to sell this sugar in 100 Ib bags on Saturday be two and three to one house for lOOIb The reason we put on a I hour sale is because we know the people are all anxious to pur chase sugar in 100 so we expect to sell tons in an only one bag to a customer Calenders The most beautiful calenders will be giv en away free with every The Roblin Trading Co Where Your Dollar Does Its Duty December 8th Special Bargain Day Roblin people cant talk of the high cost of living when our prices are reduced like Every day the Hobliii Trading is proving its right to be known as the great economy store of the liob liti Remember four mouths of winter yet and merchan dise like we mention below are all staple things that xou vil So come early this Saturday and you will save from 20 to f0 per cent on every article thats FLOUR Mens 1 buckle Overshoes reg special price for Sat urday per 1 45 Mens Buckskin Mocassins reg special for Satur per 200 Misses reg Saturday 1 65 LADIES reg to clear 035 These waists are tt great bargain We cant replace them at this price PRINTS Remember that ev ery yd of these prints is worth double the We are going to take stock in January and our motto of business is not to carry over any so we have a lot of odd pieces of prints in light col reg 20c special Cor SAMPLES OF CHILD RENS DRESSES made of fine prints and Itemember that thedtt dresses are great bar there isnt one in the lot worth than If you need these dresses in the xpring you will pay 75c to for We advise you to buy three or more because the material alone in worth 25c n Sizes 2 to Spec ial for 0 25 CbUdrenx White Woolen 0 25 Childrens Brown 075 Remember Come Early on Saturday Again we are booking orders for another car of flour to in Rob lin on January 8th at the same price as we sold Purity in five per bag Pnrity in 10 or more Three 2nd grade 5 lots Three 10 bags or more Kindly remember that all those who order flour must pay a depo sit of we are only sell ing this flour on commission BUTTER At thin time of the year we are compelled to lower the priceof but rer on account of the bringing in to Manitoba of olemargariue which is being used by a lot of people and it sells for MOc a so the market for butter is much lower than last we are paying for butter in prints 35c Ib crocks and tubs 90c It does not matter how good the butter is if packed in crocks we are not pay ing more than 30c because re pack ing in tubs at this time of the year is a of time Highest Prices Paid fo Hides and Furs On account of the rush of work and new advertisements several items have omitt ed from this weeks Review The Roblin Union Sunday School hold their annual Christmas Tree entertainment ou the evening of u will by Public Auction at his on 8th Furn iture J ed 1 Branch of the Return Soldiers Association have donated to Frank of who Nominations for the Rural Municipality of Shell River was held Tuesday and the fol lowing For Reeve Uobert John 8 Councillors elected by acclamation A mass meeting of the boys 8cho01 wns held in Overalls room for the purpose of discussing the advisability of ganizmg athletic some kind an After a tew speeches it was unamiouely decided to form a Football League composed of 8 teams from the various Offices Robert Vice Reuben James Special Services are being conducted in the Union church every night except Sat urday at afternoon ings at 3 pro Sunday services Oth and lOtli at and 7f30 A Speaker Rev D J Special Mr T H Directcr of song and soloist A B Soloist Who Will Rule Are we going to change the name of Canada for Quebec If Sir Wilfrid Laurier Quebec ami Canda is If Wilfrid Laurier wins Quebec rule will supersede Canadian On December the people nust declare for Canada and Canadas soldiers or Quebec and Quebecs They hooso between patriotism and ea Who will Rule That the ssue Must the eight British roviuces bow to the yoke of 3ourassa and the men who would dishonor Canada After December it will be Canadau rule or Quebec Which and more particularly the Direc tors of DeepdaJe Creamery Co are requested to attend a meet ing at Wyndham school house Dec 15ih at 6 pm if you have a grouch on the matter bring it along we want to hear it Grain Growers an nual BMetbur same evening
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