Stonewall Argus, February 14, 1895

Stonewall Argus

February 14, 1895

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Stonewall Argus (Newspaper) - February 14, 1895, Stonewall, Manitoba THE VOLUME 2 FEBRUARY NUMBER COURT BRITANNIA Mention tho fourlh Wcdneprtny of each mouth In the Muionln Hull nt 8 YUUinK mombsrs COURT LISGAR MKKTS in tho Orange Hull on llio last evontnp of each montU at 8 Strangers in town who are membttrs ol the crder are welcome to the Uec SELLING OFF WINTER STOCK We have yet a few hundred dol lars worth of winter goods left which we wish to clear TOP These all must as we require the room for flPBiNd Call and secure bargains for Cash MUSGROVE HOLIDAY GOODS is THE time of all the year for GIFTMAKIKO and below is enumerated some of my line of HOLIDAY GOODS which I would ly TOUH attention to SILVER ALUMINUM ALBUMS SILVERWARE CLOCKS JEWELLERY BOOKLISTS WRITING DESKS DOLLS BOOKS CALENDERS TOYS PICTURES PLUSH GOODS LEATHER CELLULOID GAMES PERFUMERY and a hundred other nicknacks and useful articles which space will not permit men tion but dont forgot that 1 have alwayson hand a complete stock of Hair Cloth Nail Tooth and all other Toilet Requis A full lino of Probably one or both of your parents or an elderly friend would aporeciate a nice pair of I have a splendid assort ment and can suit you Mouth Or gans In pipes and purses a splendid my stock for supplying Xnias and AT GOOD VALUE FOB TOUR MONEY AT ANDERSONS ALSO A GOOD VARIETY TO SELECT FROM IK THIS LINES OF Christinas Books and other Fancy Cups and Saucers and Silk Handkerchiefs rrrr rrrr rr r rim A lot of mens fur caps and mitts very Mens Laced Moccasins worth for JKine Wool worth for Good heavy suits underclothing for Mena Overcoati worth for Mens Suits from to TRY OUR NKW fl M 20 Sugar 100 24 Light Brown Sugar 1 00 Iba New 1 00 17 New 100 I Good 1 00 a Soda 1 Goad Mixed Candies 8 Rolled 8 Ibs Apples 10 10 25 2S EXTENSIVE II PERRY Having purchased the large atock of TOOMBS consisting of DRY Boors MENS and BOYS will sell the above stock at actual cost to make room for spring To show you that this is a Bonn fide sale we publish the following Our 50c Tea for 8 or 3 for 35c 25 Light Brown Sugar 21 Granulated Sugar 18 New Valencia Raisins 20 of Patm Currants 20 of Prunes Our Oc cans Cream Java Coffee for 4sc cans Says Parisian We have also Mena Suits from up to Boys up to Mens Etoffoe Overcoats Mens heavy working shoes from OOc to Mena Fine shoes for Ladies French Kid shoes worth for Ladies Dongola Kid shoes for Mens Lambs Wool underclothing worth per suit for The above is a few of our prices but call and see for yourselves and be convinced that we are selling goods at prices that will meet the hard All goods sold for Cash and Cash Perry Thos Son We have received a full stock of mens readymade clothing Mhich we are selling from up to for tiood Worsted suite worth moccasins and rubber goods at Winnipeg prices or Special value in mens Groceries and drygoods at rock bottom TBE STONEWALL ARf Paklliatd twr Thtridir at the 0nt Dollar annum If paid IB OBI and Jfttiy It not t fieo SO M 4 V s 1 ilege of getting it properly graded and storing it until prices immediate being met by securing an advance on the grain so Competition has proven beneficial to our market this and it is to be hoped that some thing can be done to secure the highest prices in the If it can be arranged as to help the far mer to meet Tiis obligations with out being compelled to actually dis pose of every surplus bushel of his crop before the grain combine de cides to allow prices to A great deal will be Let every one interested give the matter his best The situation as regards dairy products might well be given some consideration at thetame No market can be more unsatii factory than the butter market at the present Qur distance from a large market tells against it is but there are obstacles in the way of securing the best prices which may be Good but termakers maybe slow to recognize the need of a cheesefactory or a but so long as butter is sold by our dealers in mixed crocks of all sizes and qualities of the maker of the good art loss as well as his neigh bor Who is less skilled or more And the dealer cannot pre vent this until he can guarantee uniformity in respect to a particu lar He cannot sell one crock at a time as he The publisher of the Eastern Manitoba Souvenir is to be con gratulated on having secured a person with such a fine sense of humor to write up this Considerable of it is but certain paragraphs need to be regarded as of the burlesque sort be readable at A little more of what Providence has done for this wellfavored district and less of what man says he himself has done at so much per line would have been of more service to the The humor of the article is apparent in the The penitentiary is five miles The fact that the sup posed writer spent so many days in town and was unable to learn the correct name of the local is sufficient guarantee that he had ample time to determine the ac curacy of every other statement Were it not for this we could not commend it as a whole to the reading ADDITIONAL Valentines Our local horsemen are busy with their flyers these tine The stage will probably be dis continued since the change of The boys are practising for the football match between the schools on Saturday Spring seemed to be hare yes We winter has re ft months notice to Messrs James Barbnur and of attended service in Stonewall on Sunday The attendance at the school here has revived since the rooms were made more Twas ever Cook and Miss who have been visiting in Stone wall for some returned to Dundas this A triweekly mail by stage is being regarded with greater favor than when attempt to We are pleased to be able to re port that the Lake of tho Woods Milling will probably build an elevator at this point next Let them all Owing to the change in the correspondence from Balmoral and stony Mountain is not to This will probably be more than madeup next week The Epworth League of Christ ian Endeavor held an open meet ing in the basement of the Meth odist church on Tuesday There was a good attendance and an interesting We will be making up a car of to ship Jtiarch We require about 150 Will allow highest market for MUSGROVE The Sacrament of the Lords Supper will be administered at the close of the service in the Metho dist church next Sunday The regular meeting of the official board will bo held on Monday first An secure it should be price ip ptr Itm 8wt wr labMatstat IBA Editor atid Proprietor TMAS corrxsa Among the subjects to be dis cussed at the meeting of Patrons to bo hold hero on the 21st ia that of A This important undertaking has he subject of considerable thought on the part of certain prominent and others who are not di rectly associated with the It is hoped that the building of an elevator will secure to the farmers better prices for their grain when J Residents of this district are pleased at the prospect of having a Friday mail once and of were among the wel come visitors at the concert on Friday were pleased to see onr friends from Erinyiew at the con cert and hope that our people will reciprocate on Thursday evening of next The social and concert given on Friday evening under the auspices ot the Meridian Literary Society Was Well considering that this as yet flparcely They were present from Erinview and interven ing At 8 oclock Ira Stratton took the chair and intro duced the programme which con ninted of musical vocal ana recita tions and So many took part that it is impossible to particularize as to nearly all ithe members of the society takintj some part in addition to outside The somewhat lengthy programme closed with a minstrel but the guests were invited to remain for retreshments which had been daintily prepared and abundantly The GENERAL On Wednesday last the Toronto Empire made its farewell to the The Provincial Legislature has been summoned to meet this after noon at 3 The session will likely be The Minister of the Interior has withdrawn a quantity of lands from settlement and set thorn apart for school Rumors and contradictions are about all that one hears regarding the general Father Time will soon make decision compul Morden had a fire on Saturday Two a drug dry goods a The Winnipeg bonspiol is on this There are 21 sheets of under on which the curlers may enjoy the A largo number of rinks are in We are in receipt of a copy of a special edition of Clark Canadian Almanac for printed for the nnterprising cor poration of WARNER of who are now solo proprietors of Warners Safe It is full of valuable information and reflects credit on the publishers as well as on the enterprise of the English Com of the has returned to his home for the Welcome This community was delighted with a visit from Misses Jessie Currie and Mary Emma and Angus of last Come come come say We were just contemplating writing out a notice of strayed or stolen for insertion in THE ARQUS when the subject of our anxiety returned to his native Look out next close The almost forgotten sound of merry weddingbells was heard in this district the occasion being the marriage of Elias Nunn of this place to of The was tied by Father We wish the happy couple all possible joy through The regular meeting of the Bluff IslandMutual Improvement Society was held in the schoolhouse on the evening of A large number were present and spent an enjoyable time in listen ing to a well rendered programme given by the members of the The great evjnt of the was the Resolved that the miser docs more injury to society than the Ager and Langley brought their best powers to bear on the while the negative received its share of attention from Sproule and After the Har per and had duly con sidered the numerous arguments brought forward they announced their decision in favor of the Affir a und three wholesale liquor law offices were audience departed feeling grateful tothe society for the treat pro This society has been in exis tence for a very short but has succeeded in making its mem bers pass Friday evenings very pleasantly as well as given one and has another in con They will probably be re built in the The Patrons the dis carded official organ of the pat rons is still being published and the publisher announces that his hands arc now free and predicts greater success for the Those interested in having it run counter to the Wishes of the Exec utive should certainly come to the rescue Another Hudson Bay railway rumor is going the The reason for the story is that the contractors Buchanan and ow ing to secret information received have doubled their teams and largely increased the number of men in the camps getting out and that the supply being cut is greatly in excess of anything that the will want for a year or who has no is also said to be busy cutting ties in anticipation of J M 1 IPW Poets We have been asked to i naert the fol lowing poetical request for poetry Those fourteen verses not come yett Whatever can the reason be A royal welcome they would got From mountain summit to the The first five stanzas were just And longing hearts sigh or tho rest But this is bow opinions Borne say the last will be the Good rhyme and pathos rare Within the first wore surely fouiid One only fault to them theres Not quite enough to go No bondman eer produced tunno A FREEMAN might by his quaint lore A scientist with him conjoined Could give those fourteen verses Out with them why so afratdt Did Editors note much fear nor printers dread Them they are but mortals is no doubt a pun but he will bear in mind that good puns are often bad as the above example goes to the gentleman alluded to not being on our staff of con WW9JT VAQQ AU UJ the requirement of the I Your English Spavin Liulment if ng very well I hear oxoeUent re ports from it and am happy to recommend It whenever I have the Yours In regard to tbe English SpaTln Lini ment I think it the beat I ever used for blemishes QU I used it for sweeney and curbs and it bas made a permanent My wife used it on a B painful and I on an enlarged knee both of which it per manently 1 consider it the best liniment 1 ever Dear am pleased to say your English Bpavin Liniment has given such universal satisfaction that I do not hesi tate to recommend it to my customers over any similar I have not heard one bad report from tbe numerous bottles sold In fact alt who have made any report on its have done so in a very flattering 1 always keep it Yours drai ;