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Togo News (Newspaper) - February 23, 1922, Roblin, Manitoba Funeral ft 4 MAKAROFF WE R RID ALE NEWS SAY IT FLOWERS We are Af for Tbe VOL 10 FEB 23 17 Childrens Savings Account It ft pleasure not a to open in the of your Even If yoa intend to deposit but a dollar at a time in each we welcome thia because it IB an educa tion in we are to you in your to opens a Deposits of and are BANK TOGO OF ROBLIN NOTICE Old now need repairing and oiling left for A Adi lie BO delivery Olu Collars now need repairing now need fitting to 3 our horse fov No Time Like The Present PLEASE NOTE I ALSO DO Undertaking and take charge of Funerals Stock of Caskets always on Harness Maker PHONE s a nu 11 n 11 Auto Service Station When you lay up your car for the winter Bring your Storage Batteries in to us They will last twice as long it pro pery looked after during tie vinter Bring your car in to be overhauled during the winter It will get better attention if brought in before the TERRY GARAGE Leach is in Winnipeg this week on and Eddy from the Carnival this Dont Wes Hiltons sale on Goulding Mona of are the guests of and I i Our genial druggist returned from Winnipeg Carman this week and j reports a fine of Roblin was rej newing acquaintances through the j Togo district during the past j Dont forget Togo Local Spiel i and ValuI able prizes and a good time Skip Kaiser was the successful competitor for the Pike Trophy The cup is a little large to fill these dry A rink composed of Messrs Smale and Bennie gave us a couple of friendly games on Friday Come The following rinks are to be repre sented at the Kamsack Spiel this Miss Beth The annual Social dance of the Togo Agricultural Society will held in the Davis Hall on Friday March 3rd Postponed from Please re member the new Lost on the night of the fire at the Union the bread drawer of kitchen one who happened to find same will oblige by The Anglican Ladies Masquerade held last week was a huge Prizes were awarded as Frank Cameron Ladies R Berge Gents GRAND NARROWS Those who went to the Sunday School Convention at Togo on the 14th found the Hest very Divine Service will be held rfi Hall on Sunday the Thackeray will conduct the Everybody Next Friday the 24th a Hard Times Dance will be held In the Community Any one coining dressed up will be charged Si others who represent hard tiroes 50 We are all pleased to hear that and McPhails little son Harold is better He arrived home on Sunday from Togo where he hnd been staying with Austin so as to be near the i Sid says twas a Council meet inp Frank b some then he iy appeared and it to Lc the best Hnk Tea The people of this district wer shocked last n of the death of wile of and daughter of and Taylor Dorothea had only been seriously ill for a few days prior to her death and was taken to Dauphin hospital for treatment where she passed away on The funeral took place at Roblin on the assisted by A sad feature of the case lies in the fact that and Brown were only married last April and the husband had been away at Ontario for some time looking after the farm of his during the latters serious Brown only arrived in Dauphin a few hours before his wife passed away at the early age The whole community extends sympa thy to the husband parents and rela tives of the deceased in their sad be BIELD Guy Nevill Pupil of Gostelow Teacher of Pianoforte PHONE OR CALL MRS LUNDY Prior is assisted in his ser vices by Miss Smith a former Salvation Coy purchased a valuable work from Carney Vansickle this There are some that think it is not fair to the Editor to borrow the Re We presume they are subscrib ers by War is again declared between the farmer and the old time house We advise every to join up as the enemy is gaining on uj every Chase is busy these days canvasing the district for support in the coming election for He is advocating a good system so turn out and boost the rightman The Community Club of held second Social evening on Uth in the Hall Chisholm gave an interesting address enlarging our views on community A fine selec tion on the Piano was rendered by Archie The usual school day games Old and youns participating thereby making it ii real social At 12 oclock u lunch was served after which 1Ir closed the social by singing of in the real scoty and Kas troin of renewed acquaint here taking in the big sale LONESOME etc Join Club and make many interesting Get acquainted throughout the world through our Marry attractive and willing to Photos Send 60 cents for four months for one FLORENCE 200 Montague A uf Dauphin Will be at Mitchells Drug RobUn one day of each month next vUil 29 v II you break your leave tactual the Drug store or stud direct to or repairs K 1iiljliu Money to Loan Fire ami Life Insurance Pianos and Organs Jane CHIROPRACTOR Palmer Graduate OVER ORLAND THEATRE Grandview OFFICE HOURS Wednesday and Friday from 10 lo 5 Thursday and to 12 OFFICE I and Plains Saturday I 2 to 8 Gilbert No Sum Too Small cordially invite small deposits and will gladly extend every service in crediting such sums to your We welcome de of even a with interest at 3 compounded 1 in five Copy of our brochure The Result oi Mak ing Weekly free on request UNION BANK OF CANADA Manager Togo Branch Manager A very successful Social and was held in the Community Hall on the 17th The hall crowded and no less than 34 teams were packed into the new was taken lit the George one of our boys is taking a two months course at the Manitoba Agricultural He spent two months there last then went to where he a tractor for the season and did Katz Graban Etc Solicitors for Rural Municipality of Hillsburg and Union Bank of Canada Dauphin Roblin Grandview ROBLIN OFFICE next door to Union Bank Our Mr Simpson or Mr Kats will be at our office every Saturday v JAMES BAINE Notary Public and Conveyancer Insurance Loans Real Estate FOR Sun Life Assurance of Canada v v Toronto General Corporation nud n the Fire Invert ace Companion MAKAROFF There will be meeting on Sunday after service In the The Pie Social on Friday was well the programme being of an unusually high The Orchestra and the Makaroff Girls band adding to the The funeral of the late Rod Me Guire ot erwood took plice on Sat The service was held ut the and Walton where Richard Internment taking place in the Togo The Literary Society held another meeting last In spite of the stormy weather a large crowd gath The Literary la becoming a real contribution towards promoting the community Long may it Kennedy and wife returned home on Monday after a months vaca says that hes quite well thank you and fit for j and Fletcher with i Lcary and Jim were visitors i on having escorted the little Minister j A unique banquet was held at Deep Saturday evening in with the Farmers i The only a selet I to the ame for She Harry i R ciK Jack suys twas an edification j Fred stys twas on oyster Hen ry fwas better than a j The sale advertised in last on A ciu amongst many of tlas district and adjoining is pretty quite these days is going to get up the next shindy All eyes are turned on the community hall to provide in this nat ure before the busy days of funning conditions at the present time are not Similar expediences have been the loC of particularly pioneers in the yet the motto of men of Anglo Saxon has ever been Ad istra per Many years ago Byron wrote A drop of ink may make a mil lion It is up to our desiring improvement In the have their case represented through the press and brought to parliaments that they may set their brains racking to find the remedy were Seeding time will soon be here a We sincerely trust that some steps will be taken before then to guarantee the farmer a living wage a square by a price set for his But some will question If the farmer Is given a set price for his grain what are the specu go ing to do for a living Mention has been made of many farms being aban they can go While readjustment may mean inconvenience to a it will undoubtedly mean contentment and prosperity to the and above all else t will mean that the exodus from the will have ceased for the causes ing to Its origin will have been re Special I How Do You Stud Our accounts are but we hare a large number of theam scattered all over the country for We presume that most of our readers have rrod intentions to pay up at somr but rood fro a short way meeting drafts and settl Mcst of these are in r KT us for without being bui more agreeable it would be 5W f were made us to the painful of writing to each one per we respectfully ask each whether in arrears one or send us n remittance at and if it reads R you nre ia i THE VTo New Subscribers In order to increase our tion list we offer one years subscription to Roblin Review Family Herald and Weekly Star Canadian Power Farmer O D only O This offer stands good till the end of March only
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