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Stonewall Argus (Newspaper) - May 16, 1917, Stonewall, Manitoba The Argus VOLUME XXVJ1 MAY NUMBER 10 J872 UNCERTAINTY O one knows what the future may bring while you health is good and your earning capacity is the time to accumulate a One dollar deposited in the Bank of Hamilton will start a savings Stonewall MANAGER 41C Are You a Lover of Beautiful Flowers Do you want to help dispel the gloom and shadow of these depressing times Then plant many of these Perennials and They will amply repay you for the little time devoted to their We Sell at Growers Priggg and know the varieties The demand is Early Speaking of Beautiful Things have you a little fairy that is just a trifle sweeter and more dainty than any other child Slippers and Other The best line made in Canadar MUSGROVE Musgrove Phone ta JVUy City Store in A Country THE BIG STONE HARDWARE AND FURNITURE Come Come Come Free Air Premier Polarine Oils and Transmission Maltese Cross and Dominion Columbia Satisfaction eft Williams The Big Stone Hardware Stony mountain notes Jack Douglas crossed to April of visited I friends during and Linklater are visiting friends at Captain Moore has a gasoline tractor working on his Councillor French spent a number of days at Swan and Reed received word on Sunday that their Clar ence is French attended the Womens Tribute held in on Thursday of after spending a few weeks with her and returned to her home this Captain Armstrong and a ptan rmstrong an a party of from were the guests of Deputy and during the killed in action May was well known to many friends in an d Stony and Miss Free and Anton Fledeby were among the visitors to on Sunday to witness the great Two heads with but a single First prospects1 Second First Same here We note with pleasure the honorable place our young friends from the Moun tain have taken in the University exams Miss Lily Third Year First Glass James Me First Year First Glass Frank Third Year Latin Scholarship Third year English Second Miss Lucy well known around Stony Mountain secured the University Gold Medal for and the University Gold Medal for We have received quite a large num ber of letters imploring us to make known to the public the new device for the potato We do so hoping it will prove of real value the home First take the nail out The ProvPublic Health Nurses Report The of Provincial Public Health sent to the School Board recently the following report of work done here during the past month by Nurse Vanetta Number of School children ex Glass room talks given by Home Visits made by Nurse The exam ination of the pupils revealed the following Number o f School children not with suspected defective vision suspected defective suspected defective teeth defective throats adenoids and tonsils skin diseases granulated eyelids enlarged with suspected pediculosis unclean The above figures will be a revel ation to many of our and should certainly arouse many parents to their responsibilities in caring for their childrens Children are often cen sured for their poor progress at School when their physical con dition is chiefly to blame for such slow progress sometimes the teacher is We learn that the visit of Bell and Fraser on Monday was to invest igate the large number of granul ated eyelids above and that they decided that the majority of these cases were really oases of and should be attended to at As this is a communic able disease all will see the import ance of giving this matter immediate handle to the shaft of the potato thats Second the iron ring is generally well fitted to the so when you warm up on the the warmth of your hand gradually expands the iron ring the handle slips off the you stand protected from heart See through it All get a move on Our quotation today is from Do you know that the strongest man in all the word is a con secrated man Even though he may consecrate himself to a wrong object yet if it be a thorough he will have strength strength for it may but still Roadwork Tenders THE UNDERSIGNED will re ceive signed and sealed tenders up till noon on May for the following Brushing and WARD 3 Brush and grade pot hole North of Brush East half mile North of 1714 WARD 4 Brush North of 16162e 1 Brush East of 20152e 1 mile 4 rods Brush East of 2715le mile 4 rods Brush North of 121610 1 Brush Norbh of 31152e 1 Grade East of South half 35152e LILYFIELD The home of and John was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Wednesday afternoon at 4 when their only Jean became the bride of Kobert Alexander also of The ceremony was performed by the James in the presence of a large number of friends and The bride wore a becom ing gown of trimmed with embroidered Miss Jean niece of the acted as After the ceremony the wedding break fast was and later in the even ing and Stewart left for their new home receiving the best wishes of all for their future Grade North of 20152e low Grade North of 19152e 300 yards West Grade North of 32152e West WARD 5 Brush North 1616le 1 Brush North 18162e 1 Grade low spot North A certain grading East 1616 Grade East 211 62e North Tenders may be on the whole or on any part of the Each tender to be accompanied by a marked check or cash to the amount of five per of the The lowest or any tender not necessarily Dated at Stonewall in this 16th day of SAVE JUNK o n c e a general three of no child Grocery State wanea Phone or Winnipeg ALEXANDER Watchmaker and Jeweler NorthEnd A STONEWALL HERO Johnston has recently had a very encouraging and hopeful letter from her Leonard who was wounded on April at Vimy He is now in an English and writes very flaying his wound is only a alight and he will Boon be all right Many Stonewall people read with great interest and pardon able pride the following paragraph from Saturday nights Free an extract from a letter to a Winnipeg friend written by a one of the Winnipeg boys who accom panied the Grenadiers to the front Cord I shall never forget one boy who came from whomade after Fritz with his bayonet Fritz dropped his machine gun and ran for his with a picked up the machine turned it mow ing him down like cutting It was wonderful to see the smiling faces and spirit of our Canada has something to be proud of in The above Incident happened on the day on which Leonard was Jackie the smallest and funniest member of the Juvenile Entertainers will assist the at the Wax TheCapt Jackson will send collectors around to Stone wall homes to collect the following junk Auto and bottles the last men tioned must not bear a stamp of any Parties In the country are re quested to bring any of the above in to the Best THE WORST YET As the Germans have been revealing themselves to the world during the past three years by one act of frightfulness after another we have frequently thought that they had reached the low est depths to which they could possibly But wo had thought too highly of them we had given them credit for too much Surely they have now reached the bottom when they have begun to render down the bodies of the men who have bled and died for in order to secure oil for lubricating and to use what is left of their heroes for pigfeed and These are the people of Kultur who fain would rule the Have the worst barbarians in all the worlds history ever shown such base ingratitude such gross indecency HERBS A CHANCE X To the man who will diao this land well at an early and later BOW it to I will give two thirds of the crop without asking him to plow it Write me at onou or telephone 711 Mclntyre IT Is more economical to use Paint than it is not to use it Lumber costs more than preserves Lumber All Paints are not suited Western House Paint has been made in Western Canada for 33 years with thorough knowledge of climatic Genuine white oxide of pure colors and Manitoba Unseed ground by per fected are the points that make House Paint your most economical for gll outdoor Let us tell you more about USE PAINT II f Sporting Goods TV Croquet 00 Foot 005 00 Base 25 Base Ball 50 Rubber Tennis 00 Water Bow and Air Steel Mirrors for the Garden 75 Tennis Regular We are offering Big Snaps in Framed just what you need for your A large Oil regular price will sell for Other pictures less than half Will be pleased to show them to Agent For Eastman Kodaks and A fresh stock of the Famous Eye Remedy and Bon LEONARDS DRUG STORE gait itetati Vutrfyer 1 HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF Fresh and Cured Etc ALWAYS ON are in the market to buy Butter and also Poultry either Live or Dressed at the highest market prices for i Homemade Sausage and BologrnaFresh Town and District orders promptly Your Patronage KNIGHT Successor to John PHOJHM5 STONEWALL Pasture For Cattle The undersigned has good pasture land for a large number of Per head cattle horses Guar antee against loss except Wavy MEN WANTED Wanted men to scrub 100 ucroa on 29 9 miles of Stone To begin work at Apply 368 Home x i Phono Sherbrooke
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