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Roblin Review (Newspaper) - January 10, 1918, Roblin, Manitoba Acres for Im 27 M in the Boo on farther ANDREW JOHNSTON ROBLIN It will be to your advantage to Call and get Prices on Flour A fresh stock of Ogilvies jut arrived JOHNSTON Agent ROBLIN VOL 10 1918 A PENNY SAVED IS A PENNY EARNED THE ECONOMY GENERAL STORE Now display their Huge Stock of General Merchandise It is most complete and well assorted in every department Mens Suits The high prices for future delivery so in irked that it is real econoiby to pur chase a suit or overcoat Stanfields Underwear he army and navy are wearing They are the best on land or sea 1 are all Next year we cannot tell what they will be and can only advise laying in your inpply Boots and Shoes We boast of knowing pretty much of everything about the Boot and Shoe bus iness that is worth We make a it and naturally we have a large and well You know all about prices Further it be long enough before our stock is again as complete as it is today Get Your in Now SAM Proprietor The Roblin Review Issued every Thiusilay nt Muin IiilJtUiui One Collar per payulile in Transient per line for insertion and for each subsequent mimilion Advertisements of enier aud business in local per Settlements Transient advertismentc payable in ml v The Fire Brigade A reorganization meeting of the Roblin Fire Brigade was held on Friday Jan last when the following appointments were made Wm Sub R Van Hose li D R U J E G W Chemical L H J Dr E Green T F Lawrence Engine Geo B G Fisher Connection of Hose to tank Ladder D F J W A J Signal W Van Otto ROHJN 1ED CROSS SOCIETY Proceeds of the whist drive and dance held on New Years eve amounted to after expenses were paid was sent to the Free Press for the H ilifax Relief A dance will be held in the Oddfellows Hajl on ev Kl I I 1 I 1 I 1 1 I I M I I I I I I M I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I III I I I I I I I I I I I I I M 1 I 1 I 1 I H I I t 1 1 1 I 1 j 1 I 1 1 1 M I I 1 1 I I I I 1 I 1 i 1 1 i 1 1 I I Il I I I 111111 i i i n i MI 11 n MI 111111111111 HIM 1111 Him MUM M 11111111111111111 111111 1111111 n m 1111 m m 11 n 111 THE ROBLIN TRADING Where Your Dollar Does iU Duty We Begin January with an Avalanche y We cant tell the people of Roblin too often that at this store your dollar does its and we prove it by offering you bargains which are Nearly eyery article in the store will contribute its quota to this mighty avalanche of genuine good bargains for January START THE MONTH RIGHT by making it a point to come here bright and The earlier you come the better bargains you Himember that for this Saturday we will have staple bargains on which you will save 35 to 50 per cent on every article you buy Wo re not giving you bargains in things that you get alone without but we give you sacrifice prices on goods that you need ev ery clay in the so read carefully the items listed below and buy for your future that this is an inventory sale and we must reduce our slock to make room for spring So come early aud save SUGAR SUGAR On Saturday for 2 hours from two to four we will sac rilice our price on sugar and sell only 1 bag of 103 Itn to u customer at at a price than the refineries Sugar is scarce aud it will be so till next so buy your sugar at this sale ou Saturday per 100 Ib bag ROLLED OATS You know the price the millers are offering for 95c and per so we expect a big advance in Rolled This price is very in fact ihuu we can For Saturday only Rolled in 20lb bags SALT in 300 Ib barrels have only a few barrels we need tho room we will sell on Satarday for Uemember the next car wo get iu will be 25 a barrel and 26c for 6 Ib So buy FLOUR Get our prices on 5 or 10 bag lots We are selling flour on commis sion we dont invest any of our money so we cau offer to sell flour cheaper than any other store in Rob Great Scrifice in Good Black Tea in one Ib packages 500 Ibs Hudson the best 55c to clear at 45c a No more than 10 Ibs to a Coekiai 2 Iks for Karo Cora Syrop 1Mb special for Freak Kippered 3 for Special Satvday 4 or 25c Overshoes for 1 special for Saturday Grey Woolen Sox Saturday special 6 pair for Ladies and Childrens Waists Long yonr choice for Saturday EXTRA EXTRA 1000 Spools White Cotton Thread No 50 6 for Hair without elastic 4 for Safety Finn assorted doz lOc Hifkest Prices Paid for Prodice ReBeaker Ike Sifar Sole for 2 kows 11 in aid of the The Society wishes tj fxtviiil hiiltks for the following dona Mr Alex Ritchie 00 Mr D MiArthur Cliildren in Miss Brooks room Mrs YHII Dor of Whyte a Iom turkey Mr Ueo Mr Millsnp cutting up the Roblin Locals Cupt Scnise of Dauphin was u business visitor in town this Fred Smith Forest Super visor spent a few days in town during Uie Wilmot has been appoint eel health officer for tho Village uul You can still buy bargains at J Laws sale of fire damaged The Telephone exchange lias been moved from the Drug Store and is now in the building formerly used as the Food Pledge cards being distributed in town and house holders are asked to sign and bang then up in the Miss Bessie Spoors returned home Nevr Years morning from Dauphin Hospital and will remain at homo until well Messrs Bowman McFuddcn of 4au have opened nn office with Mr Bowman will bo iti Boblin on 12th for tho transaction of legal Over thirty hav6 sig nified their willingness to help out the church debt by a contri bution of wheat or barley Mr Greenaway would like grain to be in by Jan Send in your name to the J W Law has opened up his furniture store one door east of his old Drop in when in UDIES AID The Bazzur under the Aus pices of tho society will take place at the Silver wood1 pchool house on Sale will commence at A musical program is arranged Fish and Cran and other The ful Autograph quilt will be put up for Auction at Proceeds in Aid of the Church Everybody Lunch provided at reasonable CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all those wlio HO kindly offered assistance find sympathy in our lute Sad bereavement altso to tho VVynd ham for the beautiful Bible sent us by them in memory of our little Mr and Mrs Taylor and THE CRADLE ttoblJH on Sunday 5th to Mr aud Bell u my 12 28 29 one dark grey branded on light Find er will be rewarded for infor mation leading to the recovery of J
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