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Roblin Review (Newspaper) - December 27, 1917, Roblin, Manitoba Acres a pa other of intprorcd faraM the Roo Iin district on For farther in formation apply to lOiltt ANDtEW JOHNSTON It will be to your advantage to Call and get Prices on Flour A fresh stock of OgUvtea Best just arrived Afcat ROBLIN JOHNSTON VpL 27 1917 A PENNY SAVED IS A PENNY EARNED The Economy General Store Take this opportunity of wishing the many friends and patrons of this store A Happy New Year Tke Roblin Review Tbunday at the office BOWLEY PubUsher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE per payable iu AdvertlMineutti such us legal notices line for first insertion far each insertion far e load I ad of enter and business in per Transient payable iu Tktt Feed Ceatroller Says It cannot too earnestly be urg ed that Canadas supply of pork products for export to the All led nations must be increased almost without Patriot ism and good business combine to make the effort commend The need for animal food by the Allied armies and civil populations is inceasiugly great the need for bacon and pork products most of because they contain the largest quant weight for of the animal fate needed for the sol Baeon contains onee ae compared with in the same weight of and of only 670 in Shrink in a dressed product is only ft pair cent of the live weight of pog while in heel Button and lamb it is fiO per cent hog products in 1916 totalled The Allies in the same year were In other the Allied mar kete alone eould have taken ten times the Canadian total supply Yet it M nofr oalyduring war Jrom Canada in a five year which natural ly covers at least two years of averaged only six per cent of the British imports of hog The demand d ing the reconstruction after the war may be to be at least as great as it no 8888 i Mill HIM mi i ii 11111 H mi m 111 in 111 M 11111i 111111111 111 i 1111 I I I I I I I I Mill 11i tolsfefctotototototoliltototototototo Extending our Best P Wishes for your Health and Happiness during 1918 and gratefully acknowledging many favors extended to totototototototototototofcfchtohto Where Your Dollar Does its Duty mummuuv TRADING 9 is during the If municipal by laws are re as a war so as to permit suburban dwellers to keep pigs near their much might be Mr Hoover has stated tlmt pro perply kept pigs are no more un sanitary than are By backyard methods alone Inst Germany was able to raise more pigs than Canada possessed from If the imperative necessity of increas ed production of hogs is realized by the farmers of this and by others who could there is no doubt that the pro blem will be But wo cannot afford to for the demand is very great and tho situation in regard to food is one of the utmost Roblin Locals Subscriptions to The Roview and News for 1918 are now dire Mrs J W Law is visiting with relatives at Dr and Mrs of Stone are visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs I B Norman f Winni is spending the holidays under the parental Mr and Mrs W H Smale and children visited with relatives itt Dauphin during the the week Bob Merrell left on Monday for Winnipeg where he intends enlisting in the Royal Flying Ira Brydon returned homo Monday morning from Winni peg where he has been attend ing Wesley The town school closed on Vridaylast forthe holidtiyitfnd will reopen again Jan X Howard telleit at the Union left on Sunday to visit his parents Manit oulin Fred has resigned his position at the stat and left on Sunday for his home at Wilfrid who has been attending the Agricultural Col is spending the holiday season at the home of his A whist to be followed by a will be held in the Oddfellows Hall on New Years Proceeds are to be dona ted to the Halifax Relief Miss Brown and Miss Chun of the town school have left to spend the holidays at their The former going to Winnipeg and the lat ter to The minister of the Union Church is asking the farmers tj contribute a small quantity of No 0 or feed wheat to help re move the church Wo wish the movement every suc Mr E J Furtney and Miss Me of wore united in the holy bonds of matrimony on Friday Rev J Archi bald Mr and Mrs Furtney left the same evening for Winnipeg where the honey moon will be spent my 12 28 29 one dark grey branded on i igbt Find er will be rewarded for in for mution leading t5 the recovery of J jlOp will afc the 8 E of 302828 The Morrison arm ou Jan to let the job of corduroying a slough on north side of said quarter about 65 rods of work more or J T Deep dale 27dp
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