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Roblin Review (Newspaper) - January 3, 1918, Roblin, Manitoba Acres fa the Roo Por further im ANDREW JOHNSION THE ECONOMY GENERAL STORE It be to your advantage U Call and get Prices on Flour A fresh stock of Best juxt JOHNSTON arrived Agent ROBLIN 10 r Now display their Huge Stock of General Merchandise It is most completeand well assorted in every department Mens Suits The high prices for future delivery is so m irked that it is real economy to pur chaae a suit or overcoat Stanfields Underwear he army and navy are wearing They are the best CD i MJI and are all Next year we cannot tell what they will be and can only advise laying in your supply Boots and Shoes We boast of knowing pretty much of everything about the Boot and Shoe bus iness that is worth We make a hobbyjjof it and naturally we have a large and well You know all about prices Further it miy be long enough before our stock is again as complete as it is today Get Your in Now The Economy General Stare SAM Proprietor The Roblin Review Issued every Thursday at ttie office BOWLEY Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE One dollar per payable iu TnuuieDt Advertisements sucli us legal notices per line for first insertion and for each subsequent insertion Advertisements of enter and business in lecal per Transient payable in Roblin Locals Read page Hare you renewed your sub scription for 1018 of Grand visited iu town this and Mrs Fisher have left to visit relatives at Ley ton Wilfrid Bae returned to tho Agricultural Winnipeg on Miss Jennie of Togo spent New Tear at the home of Mrs V H Mr Frank Hamilton left on Wednesday evening for the Southern Mr Filewich has been ap pointed manager of the Nation al Mercantile Gos Mr and Mrs Arthur of the home of iMr and Mrs J H Jake Law wishes to thank the people of Roblin and vicin ity wbx so willing removing his during the night of the i m 1111 ni i 111111111111111111111111111111111111 111 n 11111 n 1111111111111 H H I N HI I 1 1 i I I I 1 1 I H I I I I I I I I II H I Ull HI I I II I II 11 I ill I I I I MM I I I I I I 1 1 I 1 I mm i in 11 11 Hi 11 M l n i n m n Extending our Best Wishes for your Health and Happiness during 1918 and gratefully acknowledging the many favors extended to THE ROBLIN TRADING Where Your Dollar DOM iU Duty Miss Ivy of is visiting with her mother and other friends Mrs Howe will be nf lomeon Wednesday afternoons from three to five oclock Miss E Pursy tho and Miss II Black have returned home from ittending normal at Mr inspector for the Xorthorn Elevator was a business visitor in town during he On Wednesday the marriage took place of William Howe and Evangelinc of Archibald was lie officiating The whist drive and dance iield in the Oddfellows Hall cm New Years eve drew n record crowd and all report spending most enjoyable The winners of the whist drive were J Lioscoo Mrs McBean and Miss Gertie Kul aerg Miss Jessin Russell The proceeds were donated to the Halifax Relief Any sort of oats or be accepted for the church debt at the Send in your card so that wo may count on The names which have omo to hand are as follows Gibson Ritehiet A L Mr La John Win A G James Joe M A Clark J W Do La John M Ed Win R L Roblin was again visited by flre on Sunday 30lh when the inside part of ihe upper storey of the Newton Block was almost completely The building is oc cupied by the Forestry Depart ment on the upper floor and by LlWs furniture store on the ground The lire broke out on the upper of tho As aoon as the lire bell was rung about 7 p a large crowd gathered and fell to work in removing the furniture from out of th e The fire brigade were uot long in arriving on scene and soon had a good stream of water playirg on the fire but were somewhat handi capped by the huge volume of smoke which poured from the building but by hard work their efforts were rewarded and they soon had the lire under The loss is covered by insure Amongst the contents of the building that were lost were papers belonging to the local military After the fire was out and all danger Mr Frgelund of the hotel invited tho workers to partake of a Ii0ht lunch which was much appreciated by Wheat is the grain above al 1 others that the Food Controller want the people of Canada to produce and to save for oxp ort and why Three ye and barley are peculiarly uited to make None but bese three will make it as it is ommonly known There are at east two strong reasonn why he allies cannot use other cere ils entirely to make up their deficiency in People who are working under uuu HjiaJ stress are not in a xituattoii to tolerate any marked deviation from the normal and trade conditions make such substitution extremely difficult
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