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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta NOT SPECOL BUT K GOOD I WITH AS LARGE RETURNS You can't lose, and if our opinion is worth anything, you will make money. N. T. CUE O D Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK ittM Mil MMtit byi.keeping >he seed clean and making every shipment of one variety, we should aecura at least the best prices going, and, we may be able to raise the Alberta oats to a atill higher standard. rheumatism makes life miserable. By Arthur Hives, Penhold, in Saturday News. weight, and the weight equivalent to a doaen shall be one pound and a Thoroughbred fowls are not alwaya standard bred, but all the atandard brad fowls are thoroughbred. Fowla of a certain breed may be aaid Ito be good. A few aharp cuta around the legs will ao frighten him that he will respect your authority. Caress him more than you whip, but correct him aharply at every evidence of bad disposition and see that he obeys promptly. Never leave a horse after whipping until he is quieted down. This is truly an age of competition in everj' branch of industry; and, in this great agricultural country, of course the farming industry is by far the greatest. The question is often asked, how can wo compete with other couotrigs, which are so much nearer the consuming point? i think everyone will agree, that the answ�r will be. either to be able to produce a better quality or a greater quantity; generally by producing the former we obtain the latter. Take for instance the farmer who is careful about his crop ro.tat'iort A happy home is the most valuable possession that is within the reach, of mankind, but you canikbt enjoy its comforts if you are aufTering from rheumatisiu. You throw,-aside business euros when you enter your home and you can'be relieved from those rheumatic pains also by applying I Chamberlain's Pain Balm. One application will give you relief and its ; cuniiuucd use for a short timie will bring about a permanent cure. For sale by All Druggists. "ft public HCOjOR. There is still honor in the public life of Canada. This was proved in the Legislature td-day when after a debate on the Prince Albert election scandal where Donaldson (Conservative) was defeated, through the action of the deputy returning officer in tl^e far northern polls, having stuffed he I boxes, was given faia seat by the un 43 lots, Block G, $500 each. Terms. 18 Wts North Ward, 49x120 ft., $125 each. 2 lots Block D, for thoroughbred when they have been bred from the best or purest blood -Medicine Hat Times. ot their breed, and kept lo for at J i � . least alx gonerationa. . \ -DRY" FARMING OF ARID LANDS In Paris marketa the egga are dat ed and void aecording to their ag�. There is a standard price for atrlctly frmh eggs, but those a fawdaya old are sold at * reduction. New blood niakeni vtamia*; staior inan, produca eggi. When the puultrynan learns ho^ much to feed, the value of exerciae, tha uae of good sharp grit for grinding the lead, the benefita io be de-, rlvad from wanik and cleaa quarters the avila from overcrowdijig, and the neeeaalty of treating. promptly tlw flret aymptoma ot alekneae, aucoeas beeoaied more aura, and there will be veqr little need of doetoring, rAOTS AOOUT TURKEYSf Ijtrga birda realin more per pouad la proportion than the an�ll onee. While Incubating the turkey care* verjr Utile for food; and only ooean-luBallywnnte water to drink. The atock blrtfs aiwuM be the larv- ehanee for the grouDd to loae it nidillneet that �*a be obUlnad :moiatura Is in it. Moreover, An American journal draws attention to the wonderful advance of poa ibilitiee for the arid districts of Ihia continent owing to the discov -ory that much of this land can be farmed with groat profit without irrigation. We are told that by "dry farming" the wheat belt hae already been moved into eaatem Colorado fairly to the foot of the Rockiea, and whara the Ijne wilKatop no one can predict. These Colorado"' dry lands, that had been thought uaeleaa except for a little grasing; last year , pro- will come but away ahead of bisneigh bor who likes to be able to say how many acres he has in crop. How often a farmer will look at a poor crop in the summer and say, "I will summer fallow or do something for that fksldnext year." Next spring allthesc good resolutions go to the wind, and he thinks imly of getting in as much as he can, with the result that the crop is worse' than ever and with more weeds. Now. we will take oats as an example, as that is the lar^t crop grown around here. Often we find a man putting in oats after barley,, next year he wonders how it is that the grade of. onta is lowered more on account of having barley in than anything else. It we want' to get the best .prices for ^ur grain wo must produce, what is reqidrod. If we are animous. consent of the house. Dr. Tyernian (Liberal), who was declared elected resigned inunediately after he learned what deputy officer had dond. "Prevcntics" will promptly check a cold or the Grippe when taken early or at the "sneeze" stage. Pre -vantics cure seated colds as well. Prevent'cs are little candy cold cure tgbiets, and hi. Shoop, Racine, Wis. willgladly matl you samples and a book oh Colds free, if you will vrite him. The^ samples prove their merit; Check early Colds with Preventics ann stop. Pneumonia. Sold in 5c and 3Se boxee by J. D. Higlnbotham ft Co. �. .  duoed an average of twwnty-five bush- I �elUng oaU the buyer expects, oata ela ot wheat to' the acre, thus lead-' tag the ao calleii idieat atatea. The steam plow ia the chief factor In the miracl^;' It will plow, pack, harrow, and aeed thirty or forty acres a day, at a coat including seed, of loaa than two dotlara per acre. The plowing and seeding ara one operation, so that there is no what the soma of neceaaary not oata. barley and weeds. If by cleaning hia grain: the farmor can realise two Cflnta per buahel more,. X think It is that farmer's duty to clean it. Why should he pay freight on weeds which .he does indirectly if shipped through the miiddlainan? Then again we And that the grade is lowered because the shipment no matter bow good, is made up of mixed varieties. Kow hsra ill the remedy. We have branches ot the A.F.A. and there la much that they can do, I wautd advocate that a iranch of the A.F.A. agree upon getting this year good seed ot not mors ^HI^TSl^ : moUsm farmer drtvs. bis weeder eempunction *!2S�'^ thwuitf his g�.wlng wheat, not ::.:^^Z!^l�'-^^''' mtadlng ir be dose destroy ;::#.;|Jp&l?S^�f^:'*��^ Vbm :stalks;;knowing � how 7ifr^ M fcwp to fau* . u to t� yrwerve m� aMietiu* by ; than two v�rJetl�. car MINARD'S DANDRUFF. UNIMENT CURES CArrLE ASTRAY. During the winter a number ofhead of cattle have strayed onto my premises. Sec. 28, Tp. 9, Range 32. Brands are indistinct. Owner can have same by paying expenses. JOHN WHYTB. 4 lots, Loridon Rd, Blk E, $350 ea. Terms to suit. 2 lots on Smith St., with brick warehouse, $5,500. Terms. FARM LANDS Irrigated Farms Improved Winter Wheat Lands Hudson's Bay Company Lands Coal Lands Pvrc Bred BMTcd Rock Cockmto Tor Sa1� at Fairfield'g Farm. Prieet right. The H. MacBeth Agency Office-Besin Block - Round StrMt ;