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ASHLEY KULP akulp@metroland.com Merrickville's native son, Harry Falconer McLean, has been known as many things: a generous spirit, railway magnate and raging alcoholic. Visitors to the village's Blockhouse Museum will gain a little insight into McLean's life through an enhanced exhibit, launched during Canalfest weekend Aug. 3 and 4. "He's an eccentric millionaire of Merrickville and there are all sorts of stories surrounding his persona, some might be true and others might be fiction," noted Blockhouse Museum manager Elizabeth Robinson. " ... He's such a strange and amazing character to have a display on and he lived here in sleepy little Merrickville." See EXHIBIT, page 2

Ashley Kulp/Torstar The Blockhouse Museum in Merrickville has a new exhibit on the village's eccentric millionaire, Harry McLean. Pictured, from left: summer students Anya Perry, Al Erhayel and museum manager Elizabeth Robinson with the display, featuring an antique desk and chairs owned by McLean.

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McLean's impact on the village has always had a presence in the museum, but for the past five years, it's been separated in different areas. Due to the fact his large, wooden antique desk couldn't fit through the upstairs doorway, plans were made to enhance the exhibit on the main floor. "This year, we thought it (exhibit) should all be in one place and we've given it a bit of a facelift," she said, adding that like the other exhibits showcased, it will be bilingual. Featuring an old Underwood typewriter and office furniture owned by McLean, photos and illustrations tell the story of the man, his business and his impact on Merrickville. His biggest claim to fame is as a railway contractor, constructing a great deal of

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the trans-Canadian railways. Born in 1881 to Canadian parents in North Dakota, he started working as a water boy on the railways with the Winston Brothers and worked his way up to president of the Dominion Atlantic Railway company. However, his philanthropy often overshadowed his accomplishments in business. Robinson said he would give Christmas presents to each child in Merrickville every year and created the toboggan slide on Collar Hill. His most mysterious role, she said, is as 'Mr. X.' "He became known as Mr. X is the Second World War, and was this anonymous philanthropist who would walk around military hospitals and give out money to wounded shoulders," Robinson remarked. "He would show up, give out thousands of dollars and then disappear again."

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and do things that were so sweet and so kind." McLean passed away in 1961, but his presence continues to be felt in Merrickville to this day - the Harry McLean Pub within the Baldachin Inn block bears his name, as does H.F. McLean Road.

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"He was over six-feet tall and built to match his height and was just a raging alcoholic, by all accounts," she explained. "It's interesting to hear the other stories about him, causing significant property damage to Merrickville and his house. He'd get so drunk and smash things, but then he'd turn around

Robinson said the McLean exhibit is just the tip of the iceberg for the rest of the summer. The museum, which sees approximately 10,000 visitors each season, is gearing up to unveil a War of 1812 display, hopefully in time for the Aug. 9-11 Merrickville Fair. Another on fashion, focused around an antique silk wedding dress is planned, and the re-creation of an 1830s bedroom upstairs will be revamped. "We want people to connect with our exhibits on a personal level and really get involved in the history of this place," she commented. Four summer students,

in high school and university, are helping out this season, thanks to donations and government grants. "It's great," said student Anya Perry. "I have such a deep passion for history and the history here is so fascinating. It's great to learn and share that with people." There are also plans in the works for a video tour of the second floor. "The building is not accessible as it's an 1800s building ... so we want to show it (second floor) off to people anywhere and everywhere." The museum was built as a fort for soldiers in 1832 and opened as a museum in 1967. It's leased from Parks Canada by the Village of Merrickville-Wolford, but operated by the Merrickville & District Historical Society. Located at 279 St. Lawrence Street, it's open full-time from June to Labour Day, after which volunteers will staff it on weekends until it closes for the season on Thanksgiving.


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"Are you kidding me?" she wanted to know. "It's a very serious offence," replied OPP Sgt. Byron Newell, steadying himself on the edge of the OPP marine unit boat in the Lower Rideau Lake near Rideau Ferry, as he extended his hand to give the female boater her $240 fine. The female boater had been caught on Friday, Aug. 2, heading toward a cottage near the bridge, with only two life jackets for three people on board, including herself. But Newell was not done with her. "We have to follow you back," he said. "We want to make sure you get back

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As he handed over the ticket, Newell recommended the Discover Boating app for his phone, whenever he had questions about the rules of the water. The OPP was out in force, with three vessels cruising the waters of the Lower Rideau as part of the launch of Operation Dry Water, to remind boaters to not only operate water vehicles sober, but to make sure that all of their safety equipment is in order, and on board. There have been 10 fatalities on Ontario's waterways so far this year, with 24 last year, and some boaters are getting the message. Jonathan Hull had life jackets on all of his three children, and one on hand nearby for himself, on his boat. "I've seen lots of close accidents on the water," Hull said, as his children were handed OPP T-shirts for wearing their life jackets.

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KDH-SPONSORED ONTARIO HEALTH TEAM DEVELOPMENT CONTINUES Kemptville District Hospital (KDH) chief executive officer Frank J. Vassallo announced July 19 that development of its proposed partner-driven Ontario Health Team (OHT) will continue, informed by a formal response received from the Ontario Ministry of Health and LongTerm Care. In a letter dated July 18, the ministry advised that it had assessed the KDH-sponsored OHT as being "in development," meaning that, although there is a strong degree of readiness, further development is needed to progress to the full application stage. "Although we weren't selected to proceed to the full application at this juncture, we are very encouraged by the ministry's assessment," said Vassallo. "The ministry sees us as clearly on the path to becoming an OHT and has stated that they will dedicate resources to us to support this effort." The 40-bed eastern Ontario hospital completed the ministry's

self-assessment form in collaboration with a wide array of health and social service partners in its region, submitting the document to the ministry on May 15, with a total of 28 partner signatories. Vassallo noted that the ministry commented on the KDH OHT's wide array of diverse partners, including the majority of family doctors in the region. "The feeling among our partners is that this government restructuring of our provincial health system provides us with a rare opportunity to co-design a more patient and family centred system - one that will enable the provision of better co-ordinated, connected, and integrated community-based care," he explained. Patients and families have been and will continue to be an integral part of the development of the KDH-sponsored OHT. "I was very pleased to see the requirement in the ministry's self-assessment form for each partner in the OHT to demonstrate a track record of meaning-

Municipality of North Grenville photo The Kemptville District Hospital-sponsored Ontario Health Team proposal is in development, as assessed by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. Further information is needed to progress to the full application stage. ful patient, family and caregiver engagement and partnership activities," said Bob Hale, the cochair of KDH's patient and family advisory committee. "It is crucial for every OHT in the province to be driven by the needs of patients, families, caregivers, and the communities they serve."

The ministry announced July 18 that of the more than 150 selfassessments received, 31 were designated as ready to proceed to the full application stage, 43 teams were designated as in development, and the remainder (other than a few who presented a regional/provincial approach)

were classified as in discovery, meaning they have a greater amount of work to do to progress to the full application stage. "The ministry also stated that there is a very small difference between the full application and in development stages," Vassallo noted. The provincial restructuring, considered Ontario's biggest health system reform in 50 years, was announced Feb. 26 and the legislation around it came into effect June 6 under the Connecting Care Act. A major component of the revamp is the formation of Ontario Health Teams, which will be made up of an array of health providers such as hospitals, long-term care facilities, home care agencies and family doctors, and will be responsible to provide the range of health services their populations need. The first wave of OHTs will be announced in the fall of 2019. Submitted by Jenny Read, communications officer, Kemptville District Hospital

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THE HOUSE(S) THAT THE FARMER BUILT A CHALLENGE DOES NOT DETER THIS MAN, DIANA FISHER WRITES

he built life-size dollhouses that they could walk into. The play house in our yard is a perfect tiny replica of a farmhouse with shingles and window boxes and a little front porch. It is wired for electricity and has a little kitchen complete with child-sized cabinets inside. Stairs lead up to a tiny loft for sleeping. It has now been taken over by a family of groundhogs and is slowly disintegrating into the earth, our very own art installation. Since we have been married he has built a split-level home on Jig Street near Bishop's Mills and he fixed up an old farmhouse (but not red brick) around the corner. Then he heard someone was getting rid of a pile of cedar logs after cleaning up their forest. He started researching log cabins. He got the logs for a great price - but the catch was he had to pull them out of the bush himself. That winter he would spend the better part of a day collecting just two or three logs at a time. The tractor got stuck in the snow and the logs were extremely heavy to move, snapping the chains, but he did it with patience and persistence, all by himself. Once he got the logs to the build site, I had to come and see for myself how he was managing to do this solo. I made a video of him

Diana Leeson Fisher is a regular columnist who grew up in the small town of Kemptville. Her blog can be found at www.theaccidentalfarmwife.blogspot.com.

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My husband loves to build things. He said that if he had known that an engineer can do more than just drive a train, he would have studied structural engineering in college. As a kid, he and his brothers built the usual things: a go-cart, a tree fort, and even a Sea Flea for zooming up the river at the cottage. He built his first house after university and a work stint in Manitoba. He and a buddy bought the land together and they each invested in the build. My husband (who was neither a husband nor a Farmer at the time) chose the house plans: a sprawling bungalow with a 12-pitch roof. "We built the biggest house in Chatham," he remembers. It was quite an undertaking for a first build, and not without its challenges. But it seems the man thrives on challenges. The next build was actually a renovation, on a stone century house near Oxford Station, in 1990. Then he built another bungalow (with a more reasonable roof this time) on Smith Road. Finally he set his sights on a farm. He started scouting for properties, dreaming of one day owning and fixing up a red brick Canadiana farmhouse. He ended up buying 200 acres on O'Neill Road, and building a house from two sets of designs put together. During the ice storm. Like I said - a challenge does not deter this man. While raising little girls,

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putting a chain around the log and over a tree branch, tied to the back of his truck. With this pulley system he raised, swung and lowered the logs onto the scaffolding and then reached up to tip them into place on the wall. That cabin was a real work of art with a handhewn fireplace mantle, huge ceiling beams and contrasting shades of wood on the door sills. He sold it for a tidy profit, and started looking for another lot. This time the Farmer is building on Bass Lake near Lombardy. The plans came out of some sort of smallhouse book, but considering the three-storey structure is built into the hillside with a walk-out basement, it's quite a tall building. I guess the man temporarily forgot that he is afraid of heights. Once again he has a 12-pitch roof to climb whenever he needs to pulley a piece of wood into place. He had the wood for this cottage dropped off on the front field of the farm - a massive pyramid of logs in all sizes. He dragged them one at a time into the barn where his new toy, a 16-foot sawmill, turned the logs into mountains of boards. That's what kept him busy while he was awaiting building permits last year. I posted a photo of the almost-finished cottage the other day. People don't believe me when I say he built it himself but truly, no one else has helped to this point. He's decided he is going to hire a professional to finish the roof, however. That is one challenge he is not up for.

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"Today, we were doing a little quick stop. I should have had my jacket on." Among the boats stopped this day, there were many who did not have operational flashlights - either because of no batteries, or because they were wet and not operational. OPP Cons. Russ Beaton had already issued one ticket for a boat not having a fire extinguisher. Another hot topic: "Unfortunately, we are still seeing open alcohol," Beaton said. Back on shore, Newell agreed with Beaton that al-

cohol was still an issue along with marijuana. "We are starting to see more of it," he said, of boaters impaired by marijuana. "I wouldn't say its become a real hazard or problem yet, but we definitely have seen an increase." Locally, the main waterways that the OPP will be patrolling will include the Rideau Canal, Otty Lake, and Mississippi Lake. There are 16 marine officers across eastern Ontario.

As for the large number of boats lacking proper operating flashlights, Newell said that "it's one of the main safety concerns" on the water. "It seems to be one of the number one things that people tend to neglect. Even though it's just a flashlight, it's still important ... it's not just to see in the dark, it's a visual signalling device," so you can signal to shore or another boat if you break down or are in trouble.

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In recent years our options for walking have improved significantly, especially in Lanark County. In the United Kingdom, public walking paths have long been a staple for both confirmed hikers and regular or occasional walkers. The Brits are militant when it comes to their public spaces. In our community in recent years an extensive series of trails has been developed. The town is also on the Trans Canada Trail (it was officially renamed 'The Great Trail' in 2016) which is a cross-Canada system of trails, roadways, greenways and waterways. I find that trail etiquette or lack of it, is an ongoing problem. In Europe, the relationship between users is clearly defined and carefully adhered to. Walkers and cyclists in particular respect each other's space. We regularly visit the resort community of Stowe, Vermont. The town has long had a paved 5.3mile recreation path that is maintained year-round that features several bridges over the west branch of the Little River and the mountain scenery along the way is breathtaking. The Stowe recreation path also has an 11-point set of rules users are asked to obey. I believe all similar recreation trails in Canada can learn from their welltuned example.

On our walks in Carleton Place we encounter many users who do not respect others. One of the most annoying issues is cyclists who fail to warn pedestrians of their presence. In turn pedestrians should look over their shoulders and give cyclists a clear path. Groups of walkers should not be spread across the entire pathway. People don't adhere to the usual rules. They ignore signage, cycling or walking straight past stop signs for instance. Besides being dangerous it also shows a distinct lack of courtesy. The rules of the road also apply to cyclists.

I find that trail etiquette or lack of it, is an ongoing problem. The list of path rules in Stowe urges users to obey all signage and asks cyclists to yield for walkers, joggers or children. Bike riders are also required to maintain a safe speed and at intersections they are advised to stop and walk their bicycles across the road. The bottom line comes down to respect. If we all respect one another then everyone will have a better experience using public paths. Jeff Maguire is a career journalist who lives in Carleton Place, Ont. He has been writing for community and daily newspapers in Ontario since 1971. He can be reached by email at: jeffrey.maguire@rogers.com

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"Why is it that all of a sudden you see a lot of action by paid officials to deal with animal abuse in this province? I'm not complaining, but is it something to do with this new provincial government? I know firsthand almost ten years of dealing with our local animal control and our township, it's finally getting looked after. If it

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solve these problems. What is telemedicine? Telemedicine connects people with their health care providers or specialists in much the same way that it's possible to have a video conversation over the internet. Using specialized audiovisual equipment, a secure link between a client and a health consultant is established. This secure link is what makes sure that these sessions are private and confidential. A person receiving care in this way may be in one town, while the health care provider may be located in different city or town. A specially-trained nurse (telemedicine co-or-

dinator) is able to clinically support clients during their appointment, and is available to assist the specialist as needed. The nurse is also trained to operate the video equipment, and any other equipment that might be involved in the appointment. The doctor might wish to use a digital stethoscope (this makes it possible to listen to a person's heart beating from miles away), or the doctor may wish a picture of a skin condition sent so that he or she can look at it more closely. Please contact a telemedicine nurse at Rideau Community Health Services if you have any questions about this service by calling 613-284-2558 or 613498-1555. Submitted by Rideau Community Health Services

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Visit insideottawavalley.com/events for featured online events. Things to do outside goes live on July 1.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 9

Kemptville Cruise Night WHEN: 6:00 p.m WHERE: Food Basics parking lot, R.R. #5 2615 County Road 43, Kemptville CONTACT: rod@hwy43carclub.com COST: The Highway 43 Car Club's 14th annual Kemptville Cruise Night goes every Friday from May to September. We will have a Hot Rod Diner on Wheels present at Cruise Nights this year.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 10

Family Trail Walk/Run Club WHEN: 8:30 a.m - 9:30 a.m WHERE: North Grenville Municipal Centre, 285 County Road 44, Kemptville CONTACT: Kristin Strackerjan, Kstrack76@gmail.com COST: Every Saturday, the North Grenville Family Trail Run/ Walk Club meets at Veteran's Park, beside the municipal centre. The weekly meet-up includes warm up and cool down between walks/runs. Preregistration not required.

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Next, we’ll be featuring Last-minute things to do before the kids go back to school. Visit insideottawavalley.com/events and hit the POST YOUR EVENT button to submit these or any other community events! Merrickville Fair WHEN: 9:00 a.m WHERE: Merrickville Fairgrounds, 446 Main Street, Merrickville-Wolford CONTACT: Rose Lamingman, 613269-4402 COST: Canadian Pony Club Prince Phillip Cup games, cattle shows, 4H beef and dairy, horse shows, hall exhibits, antique displays, kids' zone, country music, horse pull, petting zoo, antique tractor pull, truck pull, beer tent, and more. Medicinal Herb Walk WHEN: 10:00 a.m 12:00 p.m WHERE: Ferguson Forest Centre, 275 County Rd #44, Kemptville CONTACT: 613897-1000 COST: Join Dr. Shawn Yakimovich,

naturopathic doctor, for the free 9th annual Medicinal Herb Walk. Enjoy a little exercise and become familiar with the medicines that grow all around us. The walk is co-hosted by the Friends of the Ferguson Forest Centre.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 11

Merrickville Fair WHEN: 9:00 a.m WHERE: Merrickville Fairgrounds, 446 Main Street, Merrickville-Wolford CONTACT: Rose Lamingman, 613269-4402 COST: Canadian Pony Club Prince Phillip Cup games, cattle shows, 4H beef and dairy, horse shows, hall exhibits, antique displays, kids'

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zone, country music, horse pull, petting zoo, antique tractor pull, truck pull, beer tent, and more. Kemptville Farmers' Market WHEN: 12:00 p.m - 4:00 p.m WHERE: B&H grocery store parking lot, 301 Rideau Street, Kemptville CONTACT: info@kemptvillefarmersmarket.ca, https://www.kemptvillefarmersmarket.ca COST: Takes place rain or shine, May 19 to October in the B&H parking lot.

MONDAY, AUGUST 12

Summer Sun Circle at North Grenville Public Library WHEN: 11:00 a.m WHERE: North Grenville Public Library, 1 Water Street, Kemptville Norenberg Branch, Kemptville CONTACT: 613-258-4711, info@ngpl.ca, https://ngpl.ca COST: Every Monday, from July 8 to Aug. 19, enjoy stories, rhymes and learning time. For children 0-6. Limit is 20 children accompanied by a parent or caregiver. No class Aug. 5.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 13

BNI Networking Breakfast WHEN: 7:00 a.m - 8:30 a.m WHERE: Grenville Mutual Insurance, 380 Colonnade Dr, Kemptville CONTACT: 613-918-0430 Networking breakfasts take place every Tuesday. Free Business Consultations WHEN: 9:00 a.m WHERE: North Grenville Municipal Centre, 285 County Road 44, Kemptville CONTACT: jeanette@LGSBEC.com COST: Free business consultations offered by the Leeds Grenville Small Business Enterprise Centre. Learn to start a business, create a business plan, resources, etc. First and third Tuesday of each month. Book an appointment today.

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14

Youth Mental Health Walk-in Clinic WHEN: 11:00 a.m - 7:00 p.m WHERE: Youth Mental Health Walk-in Clinic, 3-5 Clothier Street, Kemptville CONTACT: 613-4984844 COST: Children's Mental Health of Leeds & Grenville, in partnership with

Kemptville District Hospital offer a youth (0-18) mental health walk-in clinic Wednesdays. Access via Rideau Street.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 15

Summer Family Fun Days - Skate and a Movie WHEN: 10:00 a.m WHERE: North Grenville Municipal Centre, 285 County Road 44, Kemptville CONTACT: 613-258-9569, thurlbert@northgrenville.on.ca, $8, show only: $5, skate or movie only: $2 Join the Municipality of North Grenville for a performance by Brian the Cowguy, public skating and the movie, "The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part." Movie at 10 am, skate from noon to 12:50 pm and magic show at 2 pm. Bring picnic lunch. Pop-Up Library Summer Edition WHEN: 1:00 p.m - 2:30 p.m WHERE: eQuinelle Golf Club, 140 Equinelle Drive, Kemptville CONTACT: 613-258-4711, info@ngpl.ca COST: Play at the eQuinelle splash pad. Remember your bathing suit!

Of the more than 1,046 facilities reporting to the Toxics Reduction Program, 40 per cent intended to implement ways to reduce at least one toxic substance. Their initiative was commended by experts, who are against the program’s cancellations. For the final instalment of A Toxic Decision?, a Torstar Community Brands multi-part web-exclusive series, we set out to discover how these facilities devised their plan and what impacts — if any — implementation had on their operations. This should have been a good news story for industry, but manufacturers representing a variety of sectors across Ontario snubbed repeated requests for comments.

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Is there anything better than ice cream on a hot July afternoon? Not in my opinion. I'd been hankering for some really good ice cream and had heard that the Downtowne Ice Cream and Candy Shoppe in Merrickville offers a top notch experience. So, a handful of my newsroom colleagues, my 7-year-old daughter, Summer, and I made the trek from Smiths Falls on a sunny Wednesday afternoon. The first thing you notice is the building's exterior. It's painted light blue with pink and purple accents, including a bright pink door -perfect for an ice cream and candy shop. Outside are lots of benches, also brightly painted, where customers can sit and enjoy their ice cream. Inside, the first thing that hits you is the deliciously rich scent of waffle cones; eyes are drawn to a colourful freezer display of homemade ice cream and gelato; flavours made with local ingredients (there were five in total that day) are labelled. The women who served us asked if we wanted any samples, to which the answer was a firm YES. I think Summer tried about five little spoonfuls of different flavours before I insisted she make her choice. The most notable sample I tried was the Thai Fusion, which tasted like spicy, sweet peanut butter - almost like biting into frozen Pad Thai. I liked it, but not enough to order a full scoop. Instead, I went for Royal Cheesecake gelato, which tasted like biting into a slice of New York cheese cake. The tangy cream cheese flavour really shone through, complemented by the chunks of cookie crust. Laurie had the Mango Island Gelato. The first thing she noticed was the smell, which she declared transported her to a beautiful white sand beach in the Caribbean. Tasting it was "like biting into fresh, juicy mango," and she described the fruit taste as authentic" - you could tell it came from real mangoes as opposed to artificial flavouring. Tara tried the Gibbons Maple Walnut, which is made with local maple syrup from the Leeds Grenville farm Gibbons Maple Syrup. Tara admitted to being "very picky about ice cream," but said she was "actually enjoying this. There's a good ratio of walnuts to ice cream, with a walnut in every bite." Everyone agreed that the distinct local flavour made the ice cream extra special. Mallory had Naturally Chocolate Mint, which was also made from local ingredients. Even on first glance, you could tell this was going to be different from most chocolate mint ice creams, which usually

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Happy 70th Anniversary Eric and Verna Wark Eric and Verna Wark are celebrating there 70 anniversary at the Almonte Legion 1-3 music and 3 to 5 p.m. Buffet Family and Friends please attend.

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Peggy Stenvers is 90! Come join us in celebrating the 90th Birthday of a special lady Peggy Stenvers On Sunday, August 11, 2019 from 2-4 pm at the Athens District Snowmobile Club on the 10th Line Rd HWY 42 Best Wishes Only Funeral Directors & Services

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GOWAN, Elizabeth Wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother God called your name so gently That only you could hear No one heard the footsteps Of the Angels drawing near Softly from the shadows There came a gentle call You closed your eyes And went to sleep You quietly left us all Gone but not forgotten Robert Gowan

Pakenham Union Cemetery DECORATION DAY SERVICE Sunday, August 11th g 2:00 p.m. 212 Dalkeith Street, Pakenham

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United Cemeteries Decoration Service of St. Fillans, Pine Grove and Maplewood. Sunday, August 18, 2:30 p.m. Reverend Bob Hill Music: George Chenier Cemetery Side Road, Carleton Place. Memoriam

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THOM, Margaret In memory of Aunt Margaret who passed away August 6, 2004. Lovingly remembered. ~ Marjorie and family.

MORPHY, Leone In loving memory of our dear Mother who passed away August 7, 2008. You did so many things for us, Your heart was kind and true. And when we needed someone We could always count on you. The special years will not return, When we were all together, But with love in our hearts You will walk with us forever. ~Sadly missed and lovingly remembered by all your family.

SAUNDERS, Lionel Edward Peacefully on Sunday, August 4, 2019 surrounded by family at the Smiths Falls Campus, Perth & Smiths Falls District Community Hospital. He was in his 94th year, a proud veteran of WWII and long-time member of Branch 95 of the Royal Canadian Legion. Lionel is survived by his daughter Jean (Michel) and son Douglas (Michael). He is predeceased by his loving wife and best friend of 68 years Grace Evelyn Saunders (nee Beckwith) and two children, Susan (1968) and Bryan (1998). “Poppa” is deeply missed by his granddaughters Diane (Jim) and Joanne, greatgrandchildren Amanda, Ashley (Justin), Stephanie, Robert, Roxanne and Brayden and great-greatgrandchildren Amison and Veralee. The son of the late Frederick Clayton Saunders and the late Elizabeth Evelyn Saunders (nee Edwards). He is also predeceased by siblings Berniece, Erma, Joan and Ross. Lionel will also be missed by a very large extended family, neighbours and many friends. Mr. Saunders is resting at the Lannin Funeral Home at 32 Main Street, East in Smiths Falls, Ontario. Visitation will be held on Thursday, August 8, 2019 from 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. and on Friday, August 9, 2019 from 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Funeral services will be held at the St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church, 2 George Street, South, Smiths Falls, Ontario at 11:00 a.m. Interment to follow at Hillcrest Cemetery. Reception to follow at the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 95, Smiths Falls, Ontario. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Heart & Stroke Foundation or the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 95, Smiths Falls would be appreciated. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the Lannin Funeral Home.

ASHBY, Olive Passed away peacefully after a short illness age 88 in the late hours of July 30, 2019, at home in Merrickville. Olive is survived by her son, Graham (Janet Anderson); her daughter, Zoë (David Hoffman); and her son Vernon. She is preceded in death by Alan Ashby, her loving husband of over 65 years; her father, Griffith Hughes; her mother, Martha Hughes; and her sisters, Margaret Lessels and Barbara Cook. She will be fondly remembered by her grandchildren Skye, Robin, Adam, Nathan, and Charlotte and her great-grandson Caio. Also greatly missed by many other family members in England and Canada. Olive was a people person, always ready to help others with generous enthusiasm and a laugh that was infectious. An avid and accomplished craftsperson, her teddies have been hugged and loved by both children and adults. From Wales to England and then to Canada, Olive touched many lives as someone who cared passionately for fairness while celebrating the joys of everyday life. Olive’s openness ensured she had countless friends regardless of age or background, maintaining some friendships for over 70 years. She was dedicated to her family, supportive of all their endeavours and cherishing their time and talents. Olive was a sweetheart who filled hearts with joy. She will be truly missed. Olive was a great lover of cats and theatre. Donations in her honour can be made to the Lanark Animal Welfare Society (LAWS) and the Smiths Falls Station Theatre. A celebration of life will take place in mid-September. Condolences may be left for the family at www.lannin.ca

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Suddenly at Queensway Carleton Hospital on July 31, 2019. Joan (nee McGregor) Of Almonte, Ontario, at the age of 85. Beloved wife to the late Orval. Dear mother to Jane (Mike), Stephen (Bonnie), and Peter (Janet). Proud grandmother of Shannon (Paul), Courtney (Walter), Brittany (Shawn), Valerie and Luke. Great-grandmother of Cody and Ashlee. Predeceased by her parents James and Frances, also her siblings Marg, Fran, Eleanor and Jim. Survived by her sister Millie. Donations in memory of Joan may be made to the Almonte General Hospital Fairview Manor Foundation. A “get-together” to honour Joan will be held in her home on Tuesday, August 6, 2019 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Sylvia Of Middleville, Ontario, at the age of 74. MAIDMENT, Edith J. (nee Frizell) Passed away peacefully with her family by her side at Hilltop Manor on Monday, August 5, 2019 at the remarkable age of 97. Edith is predeceased by her husband George Maidment and her parents Aben and Bertha Frizell (nee Stone). Loving and devoted mother of Ernest (Margo) Maidment, Robert (Belle) Maidment and Anne (late Harvey) Salmon. She was a treasured grandmother of Shawn, Sherri, Matt (Kerri), Ben (Ilde), Lezlie (Todd), Heather (Dave) and great-grandmother of Drew, Evan, Lauren, Raine, Rhemy, Mason, Zack, Jayda and Madeline. She will be sadly missed by her many nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Edith is also predeceased by her brother Bill (Jessie) Frizell, her twin brother Fred (Dorothy) Frizell, her sisters Mary (Ernie) Moore, Katie (Joe) Stoddard and Ida (Bill) Eastman. Edith was long-time councellor at the Rideau Regional Centre, where she devoted time and attention to the many residents. She had made many friends over the years both professionally and socially. Edith loved music and dancing and will be remembered for her love of family, and zest for life. All who knew her would smile when remembering her wit and humour. Friends are welcome to gather at Blair & Son Funeral Home, Smiths Falls on Friday, August 16, 2019 from 11 a.m. until the time of the service in the Chapel at 12 noon. Interment will take place at Merrickville Union Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Merrickville United Church or the Hilltop Manor Resident and Activity Fund.

GIBBON, Ted It is with great sadness the sons of Ted Gibbon announce his passing at the age of 67 in The Ottawa Hospital on July 22, 2019. Ted lived in Lanark County for the past 27 years of his life, met many people and made many friends. Ted was predeceased by his parents Marion and Ted Gibbon of Ottawa. He is survived by his sons Jason (Kelly), and Adam of Perth, his brother Jack (Hannah) of New Brunswick, sister Jill Edwards (Glen) of Thunder Bay, aunts Marg Vietch and Lillian Brodie, his son’s mother Joanne, nieces, nephews, and cousins. Ted was born in Hearst, Cochrane District Ontario, then moved to Ottawa at a young age where he spent most of his adolescence. He graduated from Algonquin College, then went on to work in the government where he met Joanne, the mother of his two sons; they eventually settled in Richmond, Ontario where he and Joanne raised their boys up until their teens, then moved to Lanark County. Ted had various jobs throughout his life, some independent and also for various businesses, eventually settling in Grenville Castings where he made many more friends and spent the rest of his working days there until he was forced to leave do to illness. Ted loved watching sports, travelling and fishing; he said “I had some of my best times fishing on the Rideau River”, in Burritts Rapids, where he and his family had a cottage growing up, and where he loved spending time, eventually bringing his own family there. Ted will be deeply loved and missed by his sons, family and friends. His wishes were to have a celebration of life, which will be held on August 17th starting at 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Perth legion. Those wishing may make a memorial donation to The Lung Association.

Family and Friends May Visit C.R. GAMBLE FUNERAL HOME & CHAPEL inc. (127 Church St., Almonte, ON., (613)-256-3313) On Saturday, August 3, 2019 from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. Private Family Service in Greenwood Cemetery on Monday, August 5, 2019. Condolences & Tributes: www.crgamble.com

MERCIER, Ret. Cst. Bev “Blane” Passed away peacefully, at Fairview Manor, on August 3, 2019, with his loving wife by his side, after a lengthy bout with dementia. Bev is survived by his wife of 41 years, Denise, children Jeff (Debbie), Jennifer, Jason (Deanne), Lynda (Mark) Lister, grandchildren Mackenzie, Mitchell, Madison, Matthew, Trinity. He will be sadly missed by his sister Gwenda “Bunn” Sirois, sisters and brothers-inlaw and many nieces and nephews. Special thanks to the staff at Fairview Manor for their kind and compassionate care, especially the staff on the Maple Grove ward. Friends are invited to a Celebration of Bev’s Life at the Army Navy Club, 315 Townline Road East, Carleton Place from 3 p.m. - 7 p.m., on Sunday, August 11th. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Alzheimer Society of Lanark County would be appreciated by the family. www.barkerfh.com

Funeral Arrangements Entrusted Into The Care Of C.R. GAMBLE FUNERAL HOME & CHAPEL Inc. (127 Church St., Almonte, ON, 613-256-3313) Condolences & Tributes: www.crgamble.com

BERNICKY, Cammy Cammy passed away suddenly at her residence, Smiths Falls on Saturday, July 27, 2019 at the age of 54. Loved daughter of Connie Swain (Andre). Beloved partner of Don Hannaford. Loved mother of Kyle Normandin (Cynthia Wilkinson) and Josh Bernicky (Taylor Brown). Sadly missed by her grandchildren, Veda Normandin, Octavia Normandin, Ezra Normandin and Bryson Brown. Survived by her brothers Mitchell and Jason and her sister Karla along with her many nieces, nephews and extended family and friends. Family services will take place at Blair & Son Funeral Home, Smiths Falls.

WALLACE, Malcolm “Mac” Of Lombardy, passed away peacefully with family by his side on Tuesday, July 30, 2019 at the Smiths Falls Hospital. He was 66 years of age. Mac, cherished husband of the late Teresa Rose. Loving son of the late George and Ethel Wallace, and father to Stuart (Emily), Simon, and Philip. Devoted papa to Olivia. Predeceased by his brother David. Mac will also be lovingly remembered by his many nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. A Celebration of Mac’s Life will be held on Saturday, August 10, 2019 from 12:00 to 5:00 p.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 95 in Smiths Falls. Donations in memory of Mac may be made to the Ontario SPCA. Condolences may be left for the family at www.lannin.ca

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Dear daughter to the late Bert and Ellen Rodger. Sister to Bruce Rodger (the late Cathy). Aunt of John Rodger and Peter Rodger (Crystal). Proud great-aunt to Alex. Missed by her relatives and friends. Donations in memory of Sylvia may be made to the Greenwood Cemetery or the Canadian Cancer Society.

FINDLAY, Frederick John Fred passed away suddenly at home on Monday, August 5, 2019 at the age of 81. Loving husband of Erma Findlay (nee Wiltse). Proud father of Russell (Noreen), Paul (Ellen) and Debra. Cherished grandfather of Adam (Jenn), Tyler (Kaylene), Robert, Cory and Carrie and great-grandfather of Ava, Addisyn, Bronson, Ryerson, Caleb, Holland and Kelli. Survived by sister Glenna Findley. He will be sadly missed and fondly remembered by his many nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Fred was predeceased by his parents Glen and Lettie Findlay, and his siblings Belva Earl and Dean Findley. A Celebration of Fred’s Life will be held at the Smiths Falls Civitan Hall on Monday, August 12, 2019 from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. In memory of Fred, contributions to the Smiths Falls Hospital Foundation (Dialysis Unit) would be appreciated.

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DONALDSON, Richard Edward (Dick) Dick passed away at home on Monday, July 29, 2019. Dearest husband of loving wife Elizabeth. Predeceased by his parents Jean and Ed Donaldson, his sister Colleen, infant son Shawn, granddaughter Zoe and his first wife Anita. Proud father of Cheryl (Hugh), Brent (Donna), Kim (John), Lorrie (Len), Angela and step-father of Chris and Eric (Brenda). Dick was also cherished by his niece Alison and her family. Loving grandfather of Leah and Laura, Isaac and Rachel, Thomas and Kelly-Ann, Christopher and Katie, Ben, Jack and Janessa and greatgrandfather of Evie Rose. He will be sadly missed by his brother Shane (Linda) and sister Vera. Dick succumbed to Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF) in the home he was so proud of, which was the gathering spot for family and friends. How he enjoyed every visit. Family and friends may pay their respects at the Blair & Son Funeral Home, Smiths Falls on Friday, August 2, 2019, from 6 to 8 p.m. There will be a funeral service on Saturday, August 3, 2019, at 11 a.m. at Trinity United Church. Interment, Hillcrest Cemetery. If desired, memorial contributions in Dick’s name may be made to the 585th Squadron Air Cadets or Trinity United Church.

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DEAN, Clayton Gerald Surrounded by family, Clayton Dean, of Smiths Falls, passed away on Sunday, August 4, 2019 at the Ottawa General Hospital. He was 64 years of age. Loving Husband to Janet Ringer. Cherished father of Betty Jo (Jason Graydon), Barbra, Brenda, and Clayton Jr. Beloved and devoted grandfather of Tyler, Gavin, Spencer and Megan. Clayton is survived by his sisters Belva (Robert North) and Shelley (Mike Currie), and his brothers Clinton (Suzanne Nadon), and Stephen (Sylvia Bisson). Predeceased by parents Gerald and Hazel (nee Laming). He will be lovingly remembered also by his many nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Friends are invited to visit with the family at the Lannin Funeral Home, Smiths Falls, on Thursday, August 8, 2019 from 10 A.M. to 12 P.M. A funeral service will be held in the chapel of the funeral home at 12 P.M. Interment to follow at Halladay Burial Place, Elgin, Ontario. A Celebration of Life will take place immediately following the interment at the Elgin Community Hall. As expressions of sympathy donations to the Ottawa Hospital Foundation would be greatly appreciated by the family. Online condolences available at www.lannin.ca

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BULLOCH, Ronald Clyde Passed away peacefully on Tuesday, July 30, 2019 at hospital, Perth, Ontario at the age of 87. Ronald was born in Hopetown, Ontario on February 23, 1932. He moved to Balderson, Ontario when he was 8 years old, where he later established a dairy farm on the 8th Line. Ron valued hard work and spent many a long day in the barn, on the tractor and in the bush on the skidder. He worked from sunup to sundown and wouldn’t have had it any other way. Ron was of course, an enthusiastic euchre player, who also enjoyed early mornings at Tim’s and the company of his many cats over the years (great mousers all). Ronald cherished his family above all else. He was the son of the late Clyde W. and Stella (Hart) Bulloch. He is survived by his devoted wife Ludmila “Mitch” (Stricharuk). He was the loved and respected father of Barry (Beth), Lori (late David Sullivan) and Rhonda (Janson LaBond), his grandsons Benji and Randy (Maggie) and their sons Weston and Nash. Ronnie will be dearly missed by his sister Rena (late Lloyd) Campbell, nieces, nephews, extended family and long-time friends.

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DINNER, William “Billy” Billy passed away peacefully in hospital, Smiths Falls surrounded by the love of his family on Tuesday, July 30, 2019 at the age of 64. Beloved son of Joyce DinnerLatourell and the late Robert Dinner. Much loved brother of Cynthia (Alan) Olson, Allan (Diane) Dinner, the late Joanne (Allan Smith), Daniel (Jane) Dinner and Colleen (Lloyd) Willoughby. He will be sadly missed by many nieces, nephews, extended family and many good friends. Special thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff at the Smiths Falls Hospital especially the ICU Dept. for their exceptional care and compassion shown to Billy and our entire family. Private family services will take place at the Blair & Son Funeral Home, Smiths Falls. In memory of Billy, donations to the Smiths Falls Community Hospital Foundation would be appreciated.

At Ronald’s request, there will be a private interment at Hopetown Cemetery at a later date. In remembrance of Ronald, a donation to the Balderson United Church would be appreciated by the family.

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BRON, Jason Paul In our devastating tragic lost and difficult time in our lives of our love one. We the family of the late Jason Paul Bron which to express our heartfelt thanks and sincere gratitude to the following people: to all those services in Kingston involved in Jason’s care at the time of death. To Don Collette, for his generous services of Jason’s “Footloose” and those involved in the care of the boat for us. To Jason’s close friends that travelled from affar and taking momma out to spend an evening with them. To relatives that traveled the distance. For acts of kindness to those who sent flowers to the funeral home, mini cards and telephone calls. Thank you to all those who gave donations in trust for Carlie and Justin Bron. For the compassion and support from our friends, past coworkers, neighbours who sent food, money and visited. To the ones who came to the wake and attended Jason’s service. To Jason’s Pallbearerf, Harold Kidder, Justin Bron, Joe Duchene, Jake Thompson, Steve Tryon, Lawrence Tysick. To Barry Joynt for delivering Jason’s service. I can’t thank Stuart Blair and all his staff at Blair & Son Funeral Home enough for the support shown to me and my family. Leo Hermer, Janice Bron and family.

The family of the late Arthur Munro would like to thank family, friends and neighbours for the many acts of kindness during this difficult time. Thank you for the phone calls, visits, floral tributes, memorial donations and sympathy cards. Thank you to the staff at Hulse, Playfair & McGarry Funeral Home for their assistance, Villeneuve Catering for the lovely lunch, Reverend Lynda Harrison for her words of comfort and inspiring tribute to Arthur, the pallbearers and organist Phil Konopka for his beautiful music and voice.


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AUCTION SALE

Kubota L3240 4x4 Tractor w/ 293 hrs. c/w Kubota LA724 loader & q/a Bucket. Kubota B2620 4WD Tractor (84 hrs). Kubota BH77 3 pth Backhoe. Restored Horse Drawn Carriages, Carts, Sleighs & Buggies. Tack. Saddles. Steel Horse Corral.

for # 548787 Ontario Inc. from Perth take Hwy 7 east to # 200 Wayside Dr., Perth, ON K7H 3C8 (auction signs) on Sat., Aug. 24/19 @ 10 am Property to be sold @ 11 am

for Mr. Hector Vaillancourt from Carleton Place take Hwy 15 South to # 8369 on Sat., Aug. 10/19 @ 10 am - Preview 9 am & Preview Fri., the 9th @ 9 am to 12 pm 1860 Chauncey Thomas Co. gentleman’s sidebar Phaeton carriage (restored). Meadowbrook cart (restored).McLaughlin single seat buggy (restored). Surrey 2 seater buggy w/ canopy top, shalves/tongues (restored). Single cutter (restored). 2 Quebec sleighs (restored). Double seater sloop sleigh (restored). Marathon 2 seater buggy w/ tongue & shafts (restored). Double seater Express wagon (restored). Training sulky cart. Single seat cutter to be restored. Sm. set of sloop sleighs. Maplelawn Coach Works bumper pull 15’ x 6’ double horse trailer (super clean). Kubota L3240 4x4 tractor w/ 293 hrs c/w Kubota LA724 loader & q/a bucket. Kubota BH77 3 pth backhoe w/ bucket & thumb (like new). Kubota B2620 hydrostatic 4WD tractor w/ turf tires (only 84 hrs) c/w 54” mower deck. 6 ft Argo Trend single auger snow blower (like new). 4½ ft single auger snowblower. 6 ft Buhler scraper blade. Spitfire 230-3 pth, 2 way wood splitter. Bear Cat WT24 walk behind weed eater (like new). Bear Cat 70554 chipper/shredder (like new). 4 ft 3 pth rotor tiller. 16’ x 6’5” landscape trailer. Farm wagon. 3 pth single furrow garden plow. 5½ ft rotary cutter. Ground driven manure spreader (steel bottom). 15 section steel horse corral. Round bale feeder. 30 ft steel bottom hay elevator. Heavy double set harness w/ chrome hanes. Light double set harness (both complete w/ bridles). Double set granite Marathon harness (never used). Set of cart harness. Set of light buggy harness. Heavy work harness c/w britchen. Numerous other sets of harness. Several horse collars. Breast collars & traces. 1 new & 1 used English saddles. Horse blankets. Horse brasses. String of bells. Whips. Other tack too numerous to mention. Horse grooming supplies. 2 sets of new quick release hitches. 2 set men’s riding boots (size 10, 1 is Maxwell Dover St. London). Ridgid elec start 8750 kw generator on cart (like new). Dewalt all-angle chopsaw (like new). Dewalt 12” thickness planer. Rigid combination shaper/sander. Bench grinder. Dewalt air compressor. Portable air compressor.grindstone. Homelike XL76 chainsaw. Stihl MS250 chainsaw. Hydraulic jack. Canthook. Step ladders. Sylvania mini fridge. 2 vintage steamer trunks. CPR lantern w/ red globe. 2 vintage Findlay cast iron casseroles w/ lids on trivets. Lanark Creamers, Perth ON cream can. 2 buffalo robes. Lawn-Boy push mower. Straw forks. Wheelbarrow. Garden tools. Qty rope. Qty hand tools & many other articles too numerous to mention….. Mr. Vaillancourt had a huge interest in & pleasure of ownership in horse drawn equipment. Journey back in time & attend this auction sale to see these enchanting vehicles. Offering like-new Kubota equip’t & other implements. Machinery is in top condition, stored inside. Bring a lawn chair & participate in the bidding. Terms; Cash or Cheque Only Catering

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~ For Entrepeneurs & Savvy Investors ~ Part Lot 6 Con. 3/200 Wayside Dr. with 2.3 (+/-) acres having 233 ft (+/-) road frontage. Zoned RTEP. Taxes $370.00 (+/-). Possible severance. Located 5 minutes from Perth just off major Hwy 7 & an easy 1 hour commute just west of Ottawa. Featuring an L-shaped, hip roofed, metal sided building which has stood the test of time. Having 3 divided sections (16’x 24’, 20’x20’, 28’x56’ +/-) plus a 28’ x 56’ (+/-) heavy duty second storie addition. 200 amp service. On well. No septic. Ideal building for woodworkers, general contractors, design professionals, architects, electricians, plumbers, telecommunications or small service companies. For private viewing, terms & conditions please call our office at 613-267-6027 After 25 years in this location, Robert Playfair is now retiring. Quote “It is now time for an aspiring entrepreneur to take possession of this sufficient site for styling their own business”. Auction to include some personal assets. The convertible is a super clean, well kept, original car, great body. Bring a lawn chair & participate in the bidding. Chattels: Cash or Cheque Only - Catering

JIm HANdS: THE VOICE OF ExPERIENCE Phone: (613) 267-6027 www.jimhandsauction.com Auctioneer & Qualified Appraiser

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Saturday August 17th 10:00 am sharp To be held at the home located at 3624 Farmview Rd., Kinburn, Ontario We will be selling the complete contents of the home of Evangelina Rigakis formerly of 205 Kilkenny Dr., Dunrobin, Ontario as well as items from different consignors. This sale will consist of furniture, dishes, tools, hardware and miscellaneous household items. Please visit www.oneillsauctions.ca for a complete listing Terms: Cash or Cheque with ID Refreshments Auctioneer: John J. O’Neill 613-832-2503 Owners or Auctioneer not responsible in case of loss or accident day of sale

Auction Sale Saturday August 24th, for the Estate of the late Terry Currie to be held at his former farm located at 2940 Breezy Heights Rd., Kinburn, Ontario. More information to follow.

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Lanark Civitan Hall, Lanark, ON Saturday August 17, 2019 Auction 10a.m. ~ Viewing 9a.m. Specialty Antique and Collectibles Auction!

Private collection of 500+ mini stoves, samples, trivets, irons, toys and related items! Signs, antiques, cast, diecast, high wheeled fire fighters cart, advertising, and much more!!! For listing and pictures see www.theauctionhunt.com Terms: Cash or Good Cheque 10% buyers premium

Listing subject to change. Everything sells as is. Owners/Auctioneers not responsible in case of loss or accident.

Auctioneer: Jim Beere 613-326-1722 Call Today To Book Your Auction

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to be held @ Hands Auction Hall @ 3560 Drummond Con. 2, Cty Rd 10, Perth on Sat., Aug. 17/19 @ 9 am Guns to be sold @ 11 am Welcoming guns, signage, sporting, fishing & hunting goods, sports equip’t, vehicles, construction, heavy & farm equip’t & much more. Please note that you do not need a PAL to sell a firearm, you do require one to purchase a firearm. For complimentary advertising of text & photos please call us at 613-267-6027. Bring a lawn chair. Visit website often for updated listing. Terms; Cash or Cheque Only Catering

Watch for signs! Consisting of : Upholstered arm chairs. China cabinet. Wooden archtop china cabinet. Large Georgian dresser. Hall console table. Oak china cabinet. White table & chairs. Upholstered benches. Blanket box. Wooden table. Side tables. Pine pantry cupboard. Royal Doulton. Linen. Antiques. Books. Ornaments. Trailers. Lumber. Doors. Windows. Steel roofing. Hand tools. Garden tools. Air compressor. Electric welder. Gas lawnmower. Wheel barrows. Twowheel moving cart. Three lawn tractors. Electrical supplies. Copper tubing. Wire. Chimney sweeping brush & handles. Vice. Chains. Lawn rollers. Portable soft drink dispenser on wheels. Tool boxes. 18ft Doral inboard/outboard OMC drive 4-cylinder boat motor & trailer (sold as/is). 10,000BTU air conditioner. 2-wheel trailers. Delta 10” table saw. Barn beams. 14” trailer rims. Ice N’ snow LS tires. Engine stand. Lumber. Scaffolding. Oil/wood furnace. Extension ladders. Electric sanders. Skill saws. Jig saws. Drills. Socket sets. Boat anchors. Mastercraft miter saw 12” blade. Crafts Man radial arm saw 9” . NEW never used 208CC 7HP gas engine. Cement blocks. Rollers. Canox welder. Chainsaw chains. Bicycles. Workmates. Old wooden school desk. 8’ jack posts. Antique 1956 floor shift 3-speed Chevi Converter. 246 Husgvarna chain saw . Expect many surprises. Plus much much more...... Auctioneer’s Note Home owners are moving and want everything gone. Huge sale. Power tools, trailers, riding tractors, lawn rollers, household items. Expect a 5 to 6 hour sale. Owners or Auctioneer not responsible in event of accidents, lost or stolen items. For pictures please visit us at: www.facebook.com/TownNcountryAuctions TOWN “N” COUNTRY AUCTION SERVICE Auctioneer: Reynolds Vander Velde, North Augusta, ON Canteen 613-926-0512 #2019-02

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1984 Chrysler Lebaron Convertible Plus Shop Equip’t. Collectibles. Household Furnishings

Sun. Aug. 11 @ 1:00 P.M. Viewing at 11:00am At “The Old Howe Farm” 3320 County Rd. 27, Lyn. Directions: North from Brockville on Highway #29 to Centennial Rd. (#27). West on Centennial Rd. (#27) just past Burnbrea Farms.

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Perth

Yard Sale PREPARING TO MOVE SALE Sat. Aug. 10th & Sun., Aug 11th 7am - NOON 3303 County Rd 10 Drummond Concession 2,

Perth Home Hardware Building Centre has the following opportunity:

PART TIME LUMBER SALES ASSOCIATES PART TIME CUSTOMER SERVICE/CASHIERS As a member of our Home Hardware team, you will provide courteous and efficient service to customers. Process transactions and quotes using retail sales software; cycle counting; general housekeeping; building and merchandising creative displays, and staying current with trends in the industry. The successful candidate must: • Provide all point-of-sale functions including cash, debit and credit cards • Perform various services for customers, such as providing information, confirming prices, all done in a prompt and friendly manner. • Answer Telephones and questions in a friendly and timely manner • Have the ability to work a flexible schedule including weekends and holidays.

(From Franktown - Old Perth Road 10, approx. 10 kms on left. From Perth North Street heading to Franktown 6 kms on Right.) Plenty of household items: large screen TV, bookshelf, dishes, collector items, workshop items. If you are looking for something in particular, PLEASE ASK. Smith’s Falls

STREET SALE Saturday, August 17th 7:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Merrick Street

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Come get our treasures at our Merrick Street garage sale. Household items, fishing and boating equipment, books, antique toys, cake decorating supplies and material, and lots more.

Our Lumber Sales Associates must have: • Friendly and helpful attitude towards customers with excellent communication skills • Prior retail exp. in Lumber Sales & Building Materials • The ability to work a flexible schedule including weekends and holidays. We offer competitive salary and great working conditions.

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If you are interested in becoming a part of our Home Team, please visit our store located at 115 Drummond St. W. Perth Ontario to submit your application accompanied by your resume to the attention of Erin Shelly or email: jobs@perthhhbc.com

STORAGE CONTENTS SALE Sunday, Aug. 11 2022 Scotch Line Road

Edison Phonograph, Bookcase, Armoire, Bistro Set, Barbecues, Treadmill, Christmas Lights, Lawn mower, Aluminum Ladders, Shop Vacs, Miscellaneous Tools and More!

Closing date for all applicants is Friday August 16th, 2019

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YARD SALE

Sat., August 10 j 8am - 1pm 27 Wilson Street East

GIO Rebel 125 Youth 4-wheeler, 4 - 17” tires and rims, furniture, and household items. Lots to see - don’t miss out!

Smith Falls

MOVING SALE Sat Aug 10 ~ 8 am - 2 pm 845 Rosedale Road South

Household, furniture, tools, and many more Gallery 15 Antique Shop and Flea Market

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Perth Home Hardware Building Centre has the following opportunity:

FULL TIME CONTRACTOR SALES ACCOUNT ASSOCIATE As a member of our Home Hardware team, you will provide courteous and efficient service to Home Improvement Industry Contractors. The successful candidate must possess: • Sales exp. in the retail home improvement industry • Strong interpersonal and computer skills • Knowledge of the marketplace & construction industry • Skills which will enhance our ongoing relationships with our existing partnered contractors as well as skills to develop new growth opportunities We offer competitive wages and benefits which will be based on your experience and knowledge. Primary work hours will be Monday to Friday 7 - 4 but flexibility may be required. If you are interested in becoming a part of our Home Team, please visit our store located at 115 Drummond St. W. Perth Ontario to submit your application accompanied by your resume to the attention of Chris Samson or Erin Shelly or email: jobs@perthhhbc.com Closing date for all applicants is Friday August 16th, 2019

DAY TIME, EVENINGS & WEEKENDS FULL-TIME and PART-TIME POSITIONS We are currently looking for smiling faces to join our team, at our location in Perth: As a member of our team, you’ll enjoy: Free uniforms Fun work environment

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Paid On-the-job training

APPLY AT: www.mcdonalds.ca/careers OR in person at: Perth McDonald’s-Hwy 7

DRIVERS REQUIRED Access Taxi requires Full and Part-Time Drivers for Perth and Smiths Falls Should be familiar with streets and surrounding roads. Top of the industry remuneration paid. Excellent supplemental income for semi-retired and retired persons.

Please call Brett at 613-283-5555.

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Carleton Place, local man required very part time, for Realty co. General labour, lawn maintenance, other odd duties. We also require a local handyman, very parttime, with experience for minor repairs, electrical, plumbing and painting. 613-257-5711

The Board of Directors of the Clayton Senior Housing Corporation is seeking interested parties to apply for the position of Property Manager for the property known as Linn Bower Apartments located at 134 Linn Bower Lane, Mississippi Mills, Ontario. The property has 25 units. Tenants are comprised of both county subsidized accommodation as well as market rent units. All residents must be over the age of 65. The position is for a period of 3 years starting January 1, 2020. All aspects of work described in a statement of work must be performed by the property manager. Requests for a copy of the Statement of Work as well as questions, requests to view the property and submitting quotes can be directed to the board through email at:

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Quotes will be accepted until midnight August 31, 2019. Careers

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For over 60 years Magellan Aerospace, Haley has been producing magnesium and aluminum castings for the aerospace industry. Located in the heart of the Ottawa Valley west of Renfrew we have an immediate opening for a:

Manufacturing Quality Technician Description: The Manufacturing Quality Technician is responsible for all facets of quality and productivity for designated castings throughout the entire process. Qualifications: • Post-secondary education in a technical discipline • Drawing interpretation including GD&T • Excellent communication skills • Ability to manage priorities • 4 years of industry experience • Certificated Quality Technician (ASQ) is an asset Experience with AS9100D and aerospace requirements, Six Sigma, Lean Manufacturing, Root Cause Analysis, and drawing interpretation including GD&T would be considered an asset. This position would be ideally suited to individuals with a mechanical background and we encourage Technologists and Technicians to apply. Salary commensurate with experience. Haley provides a comprehensive flex benefit plan along with a company paid pension. We thank all applicants, but only those invited to an interview will be contacted. No telephone inquiries please Please forward resume to: Magellan Aerospace, Haley Human Resources 634 Magnesium Road Haley, Ontario Canada K0J 1Y0 Fax: (613-432-0743) Email: jobs.haley@magellan.aero


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CLERK-DISPATCHER The Smiths Falls Police Service is seeking a part-time (contract) dispatcher. Dispatchers work rotating shifts which include weekends and statutory holidays. The person we are seeking must be a mature, responsible individual with excellent typing, computer and organizational skills. Communication skills are vital for this position as well as the ability to work well under pressure. The successful candidate must possess a Grade 12 education (or equivalent) and be legally entitled to work in Canada. Applicants chosen for interviews must be prepared to attend Smiths Falls at their own expense. We thank all applicants for their interest but respectfully advise that only those selected for interviews will be contacted. Qualified applicants are to forward their resume with any certificates and reference letters in an envelope clearly marked “Personal and Confidential Dispatcher” by 4:00 p.m. on Monday, August 19, 2019, addressed to the undersigned. Mark MacGillivray, Chief of Police Smiths Falls Police Service 7 Hershey Drive, PO Box 818, Smiths Falls, ON K7A 4W7 The Smiths Falls Police Service is dedicated to Equal Opportunity concepts.

Experience the excitement of the aerospace industry in a rural setting!

For over 60 years Magellan Aerospace, Haley has been producing magnesium and aluminum castings for the aerospace industry. Join a diversified maintenance team supporting a global leader in sand casting technology. The position offers a wide range of interesting hands on challenges while working with specialized equipment, and processes. Located in the scenic Ottawa Valley west of Renfrew we have an immediate opening for a:

Certified Industrial Millwright Qualifications: • Candidates must possess certification for Industrial Mechanic / Millwright (Red Seal) • A minimum of 3 years related experience • Apply safe work practices • Possess strong troubleshooting skills • Mechanical aptitude, and knowledge of mechanical electrical systems Experience with hydraulics, pneumatics, welding and experience with Preventative Maintenance programs will be considered assets We offer a competitive salary and benefits package including: Major Medical, Dental and Short Term Disability. We thank all applicants, but only those invited to an interview will be contacted. Please forward resume to: Magellan Aerospace, Haley Human Resources 634 Magnesium Road Haley, Ontario Canada K0J 1Y0 Fax: (613-432-0743) Email: jobs.haley@magellan.aero

For over 60 years Magellan Aerospace, Haley has been producing magnesium and aluminum castings for the aerospace industry. Located in the heart of the Ottawa Valley west of Renfrew we have an immediate opening for a:

CERTIFIED ELECTRICIAN Qualifications: • Must have a current 309A or 442 License. • Preference will be given those with PLC’S/Automation, Motor Control/ Control Circuits, Distribution and troubleshooting experience. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package including: Major Medical, Dental and Short Term Disability. We thank all applicants, but only those invited to an interview will be contacted. No telephone inquiries please Please forward resume to: Magellan Aerospace, Haley Human Resources 634 Magnesium Road Haley, Ontario Canada K0J 1Y0 Fax: (613-432-0743) Email: jobs.haley@magellan.aero

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required for 3 small apartment buildings in Carleton Place. $17/hour Please call Lucie 613-617-0518

…..….this could be your next opportunity! Tay Valley Township is looking to hire a Treasurer. We are located in the heart of Eastern Ontario’s cottage country, within a one-hour drive of both Ottawa and Kingston. The Tay Valley Township team offers a great culture and unique work environment for an individual wishing to partner with Council and fellow employees in the delivery of municipal services to a population of 7,300! Job Summary Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer, the Treasurer will be a key member of the management team and will be responsible for the overall financial management of the Township including financial planning and forecasting, budgeting, asset management, property taxes and optimization of other revenues. Your Role The successful candidate will manage the Finance Department and provide financial leadership and advice to Council and staff to ensure the long-term financial sustainability of the Township. The Treasurer will provide financial analysis of programs, projects and proposed initiatives; deliver timely and reliable financial information and oversee the financial management systems to support strategic financial decisions. Qualifications • Post-secondary education in a finance, accounting of business related field is preferred • Professional accounting designation (CA, CMA, or CGA) • A minimum of 5 years of experience leading a team • Solid knowledge of municipal legislation, financial practices, and provincial/federal funding programs • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills • Experience working in a municipal setting is an asset Join our Team • Work Life Balance (35 hour work week) • Competitive Compensation and Vacation Program • Great Benefits and Pension Plan • Part of the Management Team ……and working with a small dynamic team of individuals makes this an attractive full-time permanent position for the right candidate. Please submit a cover letter and resume by Noon on Monday, August 19, 2019 to Amanda Mabo, Clerk at clerk@tayvalleytwp.ca or visit the Township website at www.tayvalleytwp.ca for a copy of the full position description. Tay Valley Township is an equal opportunity employer, committed to ensuring all candidates are able to participate in the interview process fully and equally. If contacted for employment, please let us know if you require any accommodations to ensure you can participate fully and equally during the recruitment and selection process. Personal information collected from applications is collected under the authority of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, and will be used to determine qualifications for employment. Questions about the collection of Information should be directed to the Clerk at the address indicated above. We thank all applicants for their interest and only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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DESPERATELY SEEKING old photographs of 182 Brockville Street, Smith Falls aka the Henderson House or the Key Hole SMITH FALLS; charming creek side 100 acres estate House. Call or Email Ted: farm property. 70 acres deep fillable loam ever flowing 514-248-5599 or wide creek. Large barns, garage, shop, full barn. Bright Ted@tedouterbridge.com and Cheerful 9 room home 10 minutes from Smith Falls price $549 000. Articles for Sale COMMERCIAL, SMITH FALLS; huge tree corner town (Misc.) lot over an acre. Large garage and workshop. Ample room to build a new home or expand. A steal under CARRIER INFINITY Ultra $129 000. Efficient Gas Furnace WORLD CLASS WATERFRONT RESORT. 100 #58MVC100-20, picturesque wooded acres. State of the art modern 100,000 BTU, approxiguest cottages, over 1900 feet clean shoreline on Lake mately 10 years old. Kashwakamak, fully equipped and operational, M.L.S. $500. or best offer. Will trade for your property/apartment complex/business Phone calls only, property. Under $2 000 000. 613-282-1836. IN TOWN SMITH FALLS; classy and charming 3 bedroom Victorian red brick home centre of town. Full dry basement with high ceiling. Walk up 3rd story attic KITCHEN CABINETRY by Sellini, L-shape includwith possibilities, $189 000. ing desk 10 ft by 13 ft, HISTORICAL CENTURY STONE CHURCH (1859) St. Thomas Anglican Church, excellent condition, island 3’ by 3’, knotty Includes bell, pews, organ. Stained glass windows. pine, excellent condition, OBO Lloyd Sketched by group of 7 artists (A. Y. Jackson). A great $1800. 613-530-7840 retreat. Just south of Smiths Falls. $69,900 M.L.S. WANTED; 2-3 bedroom bungalow or two storey home on large lot, smith falls area, for waiting cash buyer. VINTAGE CHINA, EASTONS CORNERS heavily treed secluded 2Wedgewood, Royal bedroom bungalow on level lot with drilled well and Albert, Johnsons, bathroom 69,900 Grindley, Noritake plus Transferware, etc. Call 613-489-3663.

Remax Riverview Realty Ltd. Brokerage Gerry Hudson: Sales Representative 1-613-449-1668

Ottawa & Pembroke

CLASS AZ - FREIGHT DRIVERS Heavy Duty Truck Licensed Mechanic and Heavy Duty Truck Mechanic Apprentice Description Antrim Western Star is a Freightliner and Western Star dealer and heavy equipment parts and repair shop located in Arnprior. The company has been in business nearly 30 years. We have joined a group of dealers and are looking for a Heavy-Duty Truck Licensed Mechanic/ Mechanic Apprentice to expand our shop. These are permanent, full-time positions. Qualifications for Heavy Duty Truck Licensed Mechanic • 310T License • Experience with light and heavy-duty trucks and trailers • Sound knowledge of diesel engines and mechanical troubleshooting along with preventative maintenance, diagnose and repair • Sound understanding electrical and air brake systems • Able to work on all makes and models • Has experience with Electronic Tools and Diagnostic Equipment • Ability to work with minimal supervision in a team and safety focused environment • Cummins, Detroit, CAT, Mercedes Bens experience is an asset Qualifications for Heavy Duty Mechanic Apprentice • High school diploma or general equivalence diploma (GED) • Preference given to those with a journeymen diesel or heavy-duty truck mechanics • Strong problem solving and computer skills • Must be able to work within strict established safety and work guidelines to complete the job • Ability to work with minimal supervision in a team and safety focused environment The apprentice will also be required to obtain all Antrim Western Star certifications pertaining to specific tasks and assignments Additional information Antrim Western Star offers a very competitive compensation plan and benefits package (comprehensive health and dental, pension plan) We also offer a tool allowance and a great work environment.

- Preferred U.S. experience - Dry Van and flat bed - Competitive pay + Benefits

OWNER/OPERATORS

- Fast/dot approved - Dry van and flat bed - Paid weekly direct deposit - Benefits available Send Resume to: sharron@wemovetheworld.com

Apartments for Rent

COACH BUS DRIVERS REQUIRED Please send your resume and related documents to: sales@classicalliancemotorcoach.com or drop off at 100 INDUSTRIAL AVENUE, CARLETON PLACE, ON K7C 3T2 NO APPLICATIONS BY TELEPHONE PLEASE

To apply for this position, please forward a copy of your cover letter and resume. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only the candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Contact information Antrim Western Star 580 White Lake Road Unit 2 Arnprior, ON K7S3G9 kevin@antrimwesternstar.com

Landraulics is Now Hiring: Excavator Operator Bobcat Operator Mini Excavators Operators Full-time year-round for the Ottawa Region Must be skilled. Call or text John 613-794-0005 or resumes can be sent to: info@landraulics.ca insideottawavalley.com

Drivers

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home improvement / service professionals Health & Home Care

Health & Home Care

Painting & Decorating

TOM’S CUSTOM

You May Be Entitled To Receive Up To $50,000 From The Government of Canada. All Ages & Medical Conditions Apply. Have a child under 18 instantly receive more money. CALL ONTARIO BENEFITS 1-800-211-3550 or Send a Text Message with Your Name & Mailing Address to 613-800-6113 for your FREE benefits package.

AIRLESS PAINTING Specializing in roof barn & aluminum/ vinyl siding painting *30 years experience. *Screw nailing and roof repairs. Insured and Bonded Free Estimates

landscaping, lawn care, supplies

Home Renovations

TOM HILL THE OLD FARMER Lawn maintenance, weed control and fertilizer. Call 613-447-8290 for estimate

(613)283-8475

PAUL’S MASONRY

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BUILDING AND REPAIRS Heritage Stone, Brick and Block Footings, Foundations, Concrete Finishing, Log Chinking, and Chimney Sweeping Will go anywhere!

PAUL WARRINGTON 268-2394

$69,900; Merrittville rural diamond in the rough cabin in the woods circa 1876. Converted schoolhouse with add-on rooms. 3-piece bath, drilled well, total privacy, needs TLC. 2-bedroom spacious home on heavily treed lot. Gerry Hudson 1-613-449-1668, Sales Representative, Remax Riverview Reality. Brokerage

Homes/Properties Wanted SERIOUS DAIRY farmer seeking 100-250 acres productive soil and decent buildings. Also dedicated beef farmer requires 60-200 acres with good house and barn for cash. Call Gerry H u d s o n : 1-613-449-1668. Sales Representative of Remax Riverview Realty Ltd. Brokerage.

Cottages for Sale

Firewood

KEMPTVILLE AREA, newly renovated spacious 2 bedroom, lower level apartment across scenic Rideau River. No dogs. First/ last required. References. $1,500/mth inclusive. Available August 16th. 613-258-4219

ADDING WARMTH TO YOUR LIFE FOR OVER 25 YEARS. Cut, split or log lengths. Delivered or picked up. Phone Greg Knops cell: 613-340-1045 or after 7 p.m., 613-658-3358.

SMITHS FALLS, private suite. Executive home, Available Immediately furnished, $1200/mnth, all inclusive. References 613-284-8000

6 Generations of firewood sales, all hardwood, cut and split. Stored inside. 613-253-8006.

Condos for Rent

Hay/Seeds/Grain

2 BEDROOM Condo in Perth, adult lifestyle community, non-smoking, 4 appliances included. Available October 1st. $1500/month + utilities. Call 613-278-2134

Shared Accommodations 1 ROOM FOR RENT 42 Church St West, Smiths Falls, full-time working quiet person, all inclusive, $120/wk. 613-812-2400.

LOOKING FOR single lady in her 50’s to rent a LAKE KASHWAKAMAK room and share half a $525/m. (Land O’ Lakes) Five house. pristine furnished cot- (613) 205-1478 tages (four season homes) on picturesque Industrial/Commercial wooded waterfront point for Rent/Wanted (700 ft. W.F.), double PLACE, boathouse, privacy, CARLETON $985,000 or trade for commercial, industrial, your property. Yearly in- office, shop, warehouse come estimate $50 000. space available now. Gerry Hudson great location, easy Otta1-613-449-1668 Sales wa access. 350, 900, Representative Remax 1200, 1800 sq ft. Gibson Riverview Realty Ltd. Center, 50 Bennett St. Brokerage 613-257-5711

SMALL SQUARE bales of clean oat and barley straw. Ready late August. 613-283-2986 Lombardi

Sporting/Outdoor Equipment

Hunter Safety/Canadian Firearms Courses and exams held once a month at Carp. Call Wenda Cochran 613-256-2409.

Tools & Equipment COMBINE, 1440 International, good condition c/w 6-row corn header and 15ft flex head including header wagons. $23,500. GRAIN WAGONS, 2 Turnco 400 bushel $2,750 each; 1 Kilbros 350 bushel $2,250. All on 12 ton wagons. Call 613-256-3835


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Coming Events

Coming Events

2019 KELFORD/WATSON REUNION Lavant Community Centre Park Robertson Lake

Saturday, August 10th

Request for Proposals No.: LC-2019-007

Design-Build for Social Housing Apartment Building 130 Lansdowne Avenue, Carleton Place, ON RFP document is available on Lanark County Website under “Bidding Opportunities- Other Departments” Web link for document is: http://www.lanarkcounty.ca/Page2194.aspx

Bids are invited for the following: RFT - 2019 - 03 ASPHALT SHINGLE REPLACEMENTS

Bid Documents are available at 52 Abbott St. N. Unit #4, Smiths Falls, Ontario, K7A 1W3 or at lanarkcounty.ca under Bidding Opportunities. For additional information please call 613-267-4200 x 2414

Starting at 12 Noon

Please bring: - lawn chair - dish for potluck supper - family photos Info Jenna Keon 613-464-0400

Bids will be received via email to ddicaire@lanarkcounty.ca or Lanark County Housing, 52 Abbott St. N. Unit #4, Smiths Falls, Ontario, K7A 1W3 until 11:00 A.M., Monday August 26, 2019. Attention: Housing Operations Supervisor

St. Bridget Cemetery Steak BBQ Sunday, August 11, 2019 4 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. BVM Hall Stanleyville $25 per person for tickets call 613-812-8112

NO PUBLIC OPENING WILL TAKE PLACE Request for Proposals No.: LC-2019-006

Wireless Microphones & New Sound System for Council Chambers RFP document is available on Lanark County Website under “Bidding Opportunities- Other Departments” Web link for document is: http://www.lanarkcounty.ca/Page2194.aspx

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OLDER GIRL, 50 - 70 to join older man who refuses to act his age, riding his Harley all over the Ottawa Valley and any other place we want to go. Don’t sit at home wondering about it, summer is half over, don’t be shy just reply. HORSE BARN for Rent. 613-449-1113 40 X 60 size. Suitable for 3 Horses. Includes two paddocks and electric fence. Call 613-284-8000 Overeaters Anonymous 613-264-5158 WANTED TO BUY, HORSES, COLTS AND PONIES, All Types. Contact Bob Perkins at 613-342-6030.

Trailers/RVs 2005 27-1/2 Jayco 5th wheel trailer with slideout and back bunks, in excellent shape, $10,700. Call 613-278-2134.

Boats/Motors

16FT STARCRAFT

Runabout, 90 HP Johnson. Tripod Bar, Excellent Ski Boat, Complete with trailer. $2500 o.b.o 613-268-2233.

Alcoholics Anonymous 613-284-2696.

Domestic Help Wanted HANDYMAN NEEDED to mow lawn, dump runs, light painting and other misc tasks at a cottage on the south shore of Christie lake between Perth and West Port. Please call 613-267-8311

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PREFERRED + $500 COSTCO ELIGIBLE COSTCO MEMBERS RECEIVE

CASH CARD

PRICING

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SIERRA 1500

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5-YEAR / 100,000 KM POWERTR AIN COMPONENT WARR ANT Y COVER AGE ON 2019 MODELS ∞

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SCHEDULE A TEST DRIVE AT GMCOFFERS.CA * 2019 Terrain Denali Pro Grade/2019 Acadia Denali Pro Grade/2019 All-New Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Elevation with Elevation value package, 5.3L V8 engine, block heater and integrated trailer package Costco Member Exclusive Offer: Up to $2,500/$3,300/$4,100 Costco Member Price Adjustment based on 2019 Terrain Denali Pro Grade/2019 Acadia Denali Pro Grade /2019 All-New Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Elevation with Elevation value package, 5.3L V8 engine, block heater and integrated trailer with MSRP $44,795/$57,075/$55,580 and Costco Member Suggested Retail Price of $42,210/$53,719/$49,927. Dealer may sell or lease for less. To qualify for the Costco Member Exclusive Offer, you must be a Canadian resident holding a valid driver’s license, have been a Costco member since July 2, 2019 or earlier and must: (1) Register with Costco to receive your non-transferable Authorization Number; (2) Present the Authorization Number to a participating dealer; (3) Retail purchase, finance or lease an eligible new or demonstrator in-stock 2019 Terrain Denali Pro Grade/2019 Acadia Denali Pro Grade /2019 All-New Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Elevation with Elevation value package, 5.3L V8 engine, block heater and integrated trailer package delivered from July 3, 2019 to September 3, 2019. In addition, to receive a $500 Costco Cash Card by e-mail, submit a redemption form to Costco within thirty (30) days of vehicle delivery and complete a Costco member satisfaction survey. Costco will validate your membership at the time of registration and survey completion to determine eligibility. Please allow three weeks for Costco Cash Card delivery, pending completion of all eligibility requirements; including redemption form submission, purchase verification and survey completion. Costco Cash Cards will be emailed to the email address provided to Costco at the time of registration. The purchase or lease of a vehicle does not qualify for the calculation of the Costco Executive Membership 2% reward. Offer may not be redeemed for cash. Conditions and limitations apply to this limited time offer. ± Eligible 2019 Next-Generation Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Elevation. Offer available to qualified retail customers in Canada for vehicles financed and delivered between July 3 and September 3, 2019. Financing provided, on approved credit, by TD Auto Finance Services, Scotiabank® or RBC Royal Bank. Participating lenders are subject to change. Rates from other lenders will vary. Representative finance example based on a new 2019 Next-Generation Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Elevation. Suggested retail price is $57,575. $0 down payment required. $54,925financed at 0% finance rate (0% APR) equals a monthly payment of $763 for 72 months. The financed amount includes $2,650 credit, which consists of $2,650 Cash Delivery Allowance (tax exclusive). Cost of borrowing is $0 for a total obligation of $54,925. Freight ($1,895) and air conditioning charge ($100) included. License, insurance, registration, PPSA, applicable taxes and dealer fees not included. Dealers are free to set individual prices. Factory order may be required. Limited time financing offer which may not be combined with certain other offers. GM Canada may modify, extend or terminate offers in whole or in part at any time without notice. Conditions and limitations apply. See dealer for details. ®Registered trademark of The Bank of Nova Scotia. RBC and Royal Bank are registered trademarks of Royal Bank of Canada. TD Auto Finance is a registered trademark of The Toronto-Dominion Bank. ◊ Eligible 2019 GMC Acadia. Offer available to qualified retail customers in Canada for vehicles financed and delivered between July 3 and September 3, 2019. Financing provided, on approved credit, by TD Auto Finance Services, Scotiabank® or RBC Royal Bank. Participating lenders are subject to change. Rates from other lenders will vary. Representative finance example: Suggested retail price is $47,795. $0 down payment required. $46,145 financed at 0% finance rate (0% APR) equals a monthly payment of $641 for 72 months. The financed amount includes $650 Cash Delivery Allowance (tax exclusive) and $1,000 finance cash (tax exclusive). Cost of borrowing is $0 for a total obligation of $46,145. Freight ($1,895) and air conditioning charge ($100) included. License, insurance, registration, PPSA, applicable taxes and dealer fees not included. Dealers are free to set individual prices. Factory order may be required. Limited time financing offer which may not be combined with certain other offers. GM Canada may modify, extend or terminate offers in whole or in part at any time without notice. Conditions and limitations apply. See dealer for details. ®Registered trademark of The Bank of Nova Scotia. RBC and Royal Bank are registered trademarks of Royal Bank of Canada. TD Auto Finance is a registered trademark of The Toronto-Dominion Bank. ˜ Eligible 2019 GMC Terrain. Offer available to qualified retail customers in Canada for vehicles financed and delivered between July 3 and September 3, 2019. Financing provided, on approved credit, by TD Auto Finance Services, Scotiabank® or RBC Royal Bank. Participating lenders are subject to change. Rates from other lenders will vary. Representative finance example based on a new 2019 Terrain models. Representative financing example: Suggested retail price is $36,090. $0 down payment required. $34,890 financed at 0% finance rate (0% APR) equals a monthly payment of $581 for 60 months. The financed amount includes $450 Cash Delivery Allowance (tax exclusive), $750 finance cash (tax exclusive). Cost of borrowing is $0 for a total obligation of $34,890. Freight ($1,895) and air conditioning charge ($100) included. License, insurance, registration, PPSA, applicable taxes and dealer fees not included. Dealers are free to set individual prices. Factory order may be required. Limited time financing offer which may not be combined with certain other offers. GM Canada may modify, extend or terminate offers in whole or in part at any time without notice. Conditions and limitations apply. See dealer for details. ®Registered trademark of The Bank of Nova Scotia. RBC and Royal Bank are registered trademarks of Royal Bank of Canada. TD Auto Finance is a registered trademark of The Toronto-Dominion Bank. ¥ Eligible 2019 GMC Sierra HD Models. Offer available to qualified retail customers in Canada for vehicles financed and delivered between July 3 and September 3, 2019. Financing provided, on approved credit, by TD Auto Finance Services, Scotiabank® or RBC Royal Bank. Participating lenders are subject to change. Rates from other lenders will vary. Representative finance example: Suggested retail price is $90,045. $0 down payment required. $84,645 financed at 0% finance rate (0.4% APR) equals a monthly payment of $543 for 72 months. The financed amount includes $4,900 Cash Delivery Allowance (tax exclusive), $500 finance cash (tax exclusive). Cost of borrowing is $0 for a total obligation of $85,645. Freight ($1,895) and air conditioning charge ($100) included. License, insurance, registration, PPSA, applicable taxes and dealer fees not included. Dealers are free to set individual prices. Factory order may be required. Limited time financing offer which may not be combined with certain other offers. GM Canada may modify, extend or terminate offers in whole or in part at any time without notice. Conditions and limitations apply. See dealer for details. ®Registered trademark of The Bank of Nova Scotia. RBC and Royal Bank are registered trademarks of Royal Bank of Canada. TD Auto Finance is a registered trademark of The Toronto-Dominion Bank. Μ Whichever comes first. Limit of four complimentary Lube-Oil-Filter services in total. Fluid top-offs, inspections, tire rotations, wheel alignments and balancing, etc., are not covered. Conditions and limitations apply. See the Warranty Booklet or your dealer for details. ∞ Whichever comes first. Conditions and limitations apply. See your dealer for details. Δ Visit onstar.ca for vehicle availability, coverage maps, details and system limitations. Services and connectivity vary by model and conditions as well as geographical and technical restrictions. 4G LTE service available in select markets. Requires active connected vehicle services and a data plan to access the vehicle’s built-in Wi-Fi hotspot. Accessory Power must be active to use the Wi-Fi hotspot. Data plans provided by AT&T or its local service provider. Credit card is required for purchase.

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