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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETimmncE DAILY HERALD MONDAY. AUGUST i-l, 1010, PATHE COMEDY Jesse L. Lasky Presents the Popular Photoplay Stars CLEO RIDGELY and WALLACE REID Stars of "The Chorus Lady" and "The Golden Chance' In a Photoplay of Exciting Adventure and Love Love CMPRESC JM TONIGHT M EMILY STEVENS House of Tears' Another of those Popular Metro Features which are appearing regularly at the EMPRESS Monday and Tuesday. P 'ANTAGEQ UNEQUALLED The Junior Revue AVill and Kemp Acrobatic Oddities and Dean A Corned} "The Minstrels" Stewart and Stewart Society Entertainers PICTURES AND ORCHESTRA Matinfte Prices.....25c and 35c Evening Prices 50c to All GENERAL SMUTS DEAD Capetown. Union of South Africa via London, Aug. Tobias iueinber of parliament, is dead General Smuts was a candidate for the presidency of Transvaal in 1S97 against Paul Kruger. He took s prom- inent part in the Boer war. flffll ON llerli via London. Aus. following ai-anin! of llif on the western front was given out here oitk'ially tmh'.y: "South of Ui Uaf Canal there was- lively fighting. The enemy fre- THE LAND TITLES ACT MORTGAGE SALE OF FARM PROPERTY Pursuant to the directions of the Registrar anil iij vlrlim of (lie Powers of "Sr.ie provided liy the '-and Titles Act, under LI certain mongago which will bo produced at tile time the sale, there will be offered for by public auction at the Aruu in the Hotel, j iu UK- tumsv; Barons, in the 1'rov- .liietnly showed preat energy especial-) jnce Of AlherM. on Tuesday, the 12lh of Kheiius. where stronpj DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1916, at the reconnoitring delai-hments advanced j hour of 12 o'clock noon, the following after extensive nrtillery preparations.; property, nuiiicly: Their operations were without success.' The North East of Section "East of Ba-Paiime a Hritish aero-1 Township 12, Range 21, of SITUATIONS VACANT for ArlinjT ton Hotel. l.'07-l years old. Apply US4 4th Ave. S. 20C-2 woman" to keep house, liood wages. Apply W-i lull! St. X. _______ _ SOW Imtisu- work in small family. Apply Mrs. Sam A_vo." A. S.. .SIMi-li hardware business. Apply by letter, staltng'ilge, to llick-Sehl Hardware Co. S05-.C FOR Housekeepers ..on farm. Apply .1. Harris, Umploynielit Agent, LellibrldBC._____ J 204-0 make trousers or vests. Also smart errand buy. Apply Fred That'll, DOS 3rd Ave. S. 203-6 plane was forced, after aerial encoun- ter, to make a landing." School District >o. 51 Tenders for Goal Tenders will be received by the underspend up till uoon, August :Mlh, 191 S, for the supply oi" the schools of the above district, for the year" commencing: September Coal to ue oi best quality screened lump, free from bone, slate and other impurities. Further information may be obtain- ed at the Manual Training School, 5th Avenue South. JOHN M. FLEETWOOjJ, Ad. G. Secretary-Treasurer. the -tth Meridian, exciting Uiert'oiit all mines ami minerals. Terms of Sale to be per cent, cash at the time of the sale and the balance in HO days- or. at Young man to work in shoe store. Apply Hufnor's, beside Jl erchants' Rank, livery rig, good wages. Apply at qnqo to (.'ox's Oairv, Davidson Metal Co., .Hide. IjM 6th Ave. A. S." phone IOCS. _ _ __ _ 2Q2-6 A Teacher for S D. No. 2953, commencing Sept. 4th. Ap- ply to F. A. Carley, Sec.-Treas.. Taber, Alia. 302-6 WANTKD At once young uiau as per cent, may remain on mortgage re- jgenerai assistant in meat and provis- payable 550.00 yearly and the balance fon aiUBt be used lo City of Lethbridge Street. Railway Department of Unclaimed Goods AT CAR BARNS, 6th STREET S. AT 2.30 O'CLOCK. Wednesday, August FRANK WADDINGTON is FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE COMMISSION- ER OF PUBLIC UTILITIES TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AND (WITHOUT RESERVE AN ASSEMBLAGE OF UNCLAIMED ARTICLES Including pipes, blouses, purses, watch fob, gold rings, stick overcoats, parasols, umbrellas, dolls mufflers, hand bags, caps, boots, overalls, gauntlets, mitts, slippers, gloves and many 'other items. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE in 10 years, The above property will be offered for sale subject to a sealed reserved bid and free from all encumbrances, save seed grain liens whether regis- tered or not and taxes for the current year. The Vendor is informed thai the, above property is situated about miles from the town and station of Barons where there is an elevator liave knowledge of meat business. .M. Glasgow, Commerce, Altn. Phone 24._______ _______ 306-0 WA-NTEDTh'ree painters. Star Paint Co.. Hull Blook. 200-0 "WANTED Competent general sor- vant. No washing or ironing, 422 13th 194. o WANTED Competent auto and gar- itge man. Apply statins ill first -letter and two and a half miles from school, j age, experience and wages desired, to three miles from post offii'e, and that j. A. Virtue. Macleod. 20G-a the soil is a chocolate loam with clay subsoil all of which can be cul ivated. Stllool DJ8trict.No. 2S94. lst v on That about SO acres have been broken, and that there is no brush or slough, but some could be easily removed. The land is fenced on the North with two wires and on the with three wires. For further particulars and condlt-1 and wife or ions of sale apply to Messrs. Emery, cook for farm or woman with thinsli- elass Alberta certificate required. Six grades in the school. Salary offered is from to for the school t i yesr. Give references. H. R. Brown I Secretary, Commercu Alta. 199-12 woman KOH Scotch Collie mall! pies. l'm-o bred. each. Apply II.. C. Corry. t'.O. I'M ___ Ciiihfs ixtenslon cnuilp, kitchen cabluol. lillchen Inliln mid vhnlrs, mounted deer head, plant table and plunks, elc.. one banjo. Apply 944_7ai_Street A. Sujini. ___ 307-G 1-XlK rye seed, sacked or in built (Irown on summer-fallow laud. Write or phone C. S. Noble. Nobleford. or through llnral, I.elli- bridse. ____ _ HOliSK h'OK Sound. siroiiK und healthy. About. 1000 Ibs. Will sell cheap, buying Ji motor. Apply Valet PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGK MEDICAL after G p.m. 017 Cleaners, opposite Herald offic ____ 1H17-C eiiRino. 40 horse-power gasoline, good condition for threshing. John Deere engine plow. sell eheap and tako thresh- ing in payment. W. H. 1'awson, Jr., Coalclale. Alta. 20S-0 SUPERFLUOUS HAIR K. M. Holmes graduate of the Pennsylvania Orth "iwedic Institute, Modlcnl Mnssngo and Gymnastics E trlcal Vibratory and Tliornpoutlo Light Treiiimcuts, Electrolysis anil Shampooing. Treatments given by pniy. Uoom 1, Hull Bllu CHIROPRACTORS SMITH "A'SMif "Smith and Juno 11. you are sick and waul lo regain health, take spinal adjustments and set Consul- tatlun free. Office lu resilience, SOS Till Ave. S., opposite Model Dak cry. hours 9.30 to 5; 7 to 9. Phone 1077, 146-26 WANTED TO DISPOSK 23 h.p. Case steam traction engine. Would j consider a ti-cyUnder car in part pay- i went. L-J. C. Keith, Hillcrest, Albertu. PRIVATE HOSPITALS HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Homo. Sepclal rates j ea on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phouc 716. BUSINESS BLOCK I'OIt Splendid little business block in good location, fully occupied on lease. The PRIVATE HOSPITAL M. and t. rents are more than to take care of the small mortgage, iisaiust the Phillips, graduate nurses. 704 Cth Ave. South. Phone 315. properly. Owner must sell owing to leaving the district or uiay trade on nice residence or farm land, but musl be clear. Apply Box 13, Herald. Ml'-C FOR organ In oak case, .n.al like new. For quick sale. Mason Riscli. Ltd.. 5th. St. S. 301-0 FOR Pinna III mahogany finish. This is a snap. Was ?5UO, now Mason Risen. 201-0 FOR new 12x14 10 oz. tent. S foot Deering binder lu good condition. Dowden potato digger, also some second hand furniture. Ad- dress Box -13 Herald. -01-0 DECORATING WELLINGTON Docorat- ors, Puperuangera and Painters; Kalsomining. General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Painters In Lethbrldge. lies. Phone 1472; office phone 1752, ijuerlocfc Bids., Leth- bridge. Alta. EDUCATIONAL FOR buggy, go-cart, and cradle in good condition. Cheap for quick sale. Apply 90S 12th St. South or Box 41 Herald. 203-6 Newell, Ford, Itolton dor's Solicitors. Dated at Edmonton, in the Province i of Alberta, this 2nd day of May. A.D.. Mount, Ven- j ter to help. Apply Sick Farm. Crad dock, or phone New Dayton Hural. 1916. Approved A. T. Kinnaird. j Registrar. WANTED Capable woman or girl for general housework. Must be able lo Deputy 40 plain cooking. Mre.'W. H. Fair I field. Experimental Farm THE LAND TITLES ACT phone 203-0 FOR Rye for sale. Now is the time to sow H. Kills wild oats, mustard.etc. Mow it twice, pasture it Ibe time. Earliest and latest pas- ture. H. E. Jliehach, Monarch. 20o-i! FOR one chicken house S x 12, cost one siuble 14 x 22, hip roof, cost 5375.00. Both for I cash. A. E Humphries, HO llth St.. j GARBUTT BUSINESS .411 Sth St. S., Lethbridge. Opeu all summer. Special hours July and August. Day school. S a.m. to 1 p.m. Night school, Monday and Thurs- day, 7.30 to 9.30. (Ask to have our credit plan explained to 171-0 KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL Girls and young Boys, Cranbrook. B. C. Pupil.'; prepared for examin- ations. French taught by Parisienne, Excellent Music. Dancing and Draw- Ing; also Dressmaking, Shorthand, Typewriting and Bookkeeping, Com- fortable home. Write for prospectus to Miss Charington, Headmistress. South 1S7-0 WELDING FOR No 10 type- writer in use only two years, also No. 1 Royal typewriter, both in good condition. J. B. Turuey Co. 1S2-0 and and threshing. Apply. 'W.i-B. Barnes, -iio-i- FOK beau or heavy work I horses in splendid condition, and fe for harvest twelvc sets Qf cxlra hoiivy doilDle liar- OXV-ACETYLENE WELDING The modern method of uniting metals by heating without hammering or compression. If it's metal wo can weld it. The piece wilhbe strongest where it .a welded. W. N. Kuth, S21 Gth Street South, next to Herald. -10-0 Enchant. Alta. or phone Enchant Cen-j Qr thfjm 's J5avy> 2 mjles' Phone 1793, or Molsc-n's Bank, j and Forgings tral. 303-G i north of Commerce. Alberta. 191-30 SITUATIONS WANTED AUCTION SALE OF HIGH CLASS HOTEL FURNITURE J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer, has received instructions to sell by Public Auction the contents of the DIAMOND CITYHOTELatDiamondCity ON TUESDAY AUGUST 15th. 1916, COMMENCING AT 10 a.m. SHARP. ROTUNDA FURNITURE: 12 rotunda arm chairs, solid oak. up- Bolstered solid, leather; 1 large office clock, 1 writing table, solid oak; 9 imall chairs, solid oak, leather seat and back; 6 cuspidors. t READING.ROOM: 2 arm leather seat; 9 small chairs, solid oak, leather seat; 1 writing table, large, solid oak. DINING ROOM: 4 dining fables; 32 chairs, solid oak, feather upholstered; 2 dinner wagons; 1 buffet, solid oak, very handsome; 1 handsome china cabinet, solid oak; i sewing machine. PARLOR: 1 parlor rocker, solid oak, leather upholstered in red, both seat and back; 1 arm chairi solid oak, leather upholstered in red, both seat and back; 6 parlor chairs, solid oak, leather uphois- i tersd in red, both seat and back; 1 writing table; 1 couch, solid handsome rug. CURTAINS; 16 pairs lace curtains, 14 pairs net.curtains; 3 pairs'scrijTJ cUrtains. 't A 30 bedsteads; 28 mattresses; 60 pillows; 6 washstands; 16 combination Washstands and dressers; 11 dressers; 22 toi'ct sets; 5 writing tables; 26 bedroom rugs, good as new; 7 bedroom mats; 2 hall carpets; 3 iron, cots with 39 bedroom chairs, upholstered in leather; 30 pairs ..white woo! blankets; 9 pairs gray wool blankets; 8 pairs flannelette 21 'comforters; 30 pairs .pairs sheets; 70 pillow 15 dresser cover's; covers; 14 dozen hand towels; 18 dozen'bath tow- eli: 11 roller towels. 36 table eioths; 37 dozen 33 dozen Individual ica- pots; 13 dozen large dinner plates; 11 dozen dinner plates; 6 dozen breakfast plates; 6 dozen cups; 11 dozen saucers; 9 dozen bread and butter plates; 7 dozen soup bowls; 9 dozen individual cream pitchers; 15 vinegar bottles; 4 table bells; 6 dozen butter pats; 10 water pitchers; 12 table napkin rings; 3 butter bowls; 10 milk pitchers; 8 ice pitchers; 9 salt shakers; 8 pepper shakers; 19 mustard pots; 16 sugar 10 dozen side dishes, large; 11 dozen side dishes, small; 11 dozen sauce dishes; 6 dozen glasses; 17 doicn vegetable dishes; 2 crumb trays and brushes; 8 dozen dinner knives, heavy plated; 8 dozen tea knives, heavy plated; 8 dozen forks, heavy plated; 8 dozen table spoons heavy plated; 7 doun teaspoons, heavy plated; t) dozen dessert spoons, heavy plated; 2 granite water pitchers; 1 large kitchen range; Also kitch- en utensils and many other articles too numerous to mention. The furniture, furnishings, etc., .of this handsomely furnished Hotel art practically new and of the very best make. TERMS CASH J, A. SMITH, Auctioneer. CONVEYANf-Eft ANY TIME DURING SALE DAY FROM THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL AT REASONABLE RATES. MORTGAGE SALE OF FARM PROPERTY Under and by virtue of the power of land mongSfwhS TVANTED-By experienced man. iwifl be produced at-, the time of as engineer Threshing engine I sale, all Uiat portion of the North East Wnte Box Herald, Quarter of Section 24 in Township 'J. Position by experienced Range 23, West or liie 4th Meridian fireman -Apply Rox 14, Herald. 2011-2 FOR -SALE Second-hand Case thresh- which is not covered by the waters of 1 ExpoFienciTd Srm haml ing outfit. A 40-B2 separator and a 23 a certain surveyed lake as shown on ,vjtn four heail Qf horses wants work. I h-P- .Alberta Special engine. Sleuni plan of survey .of said Township ap- 1 Apply Box 32. Herald. '206-G pressjlfe 153 pounds. Good working proved and confirmed at Ottawa of j Situation by experienced condition. Reasonable price and good record in the Department of the In- FOR pi'upeniHS. Good localities. Sth Street S.. 3rd Ave. South, and -13th Street a. Cheap, one- thii'd .Apply yVm, Graves, co. Express Alfa. 20ti-ti welded and reinforced. We conduct a general Gas Weld- ing shop. 1266 2nd Ave. South, near Ellison Mills. R Bossert, Box 3G9. 19G-0 '.'.FARM PRODUCE re. terlor; All that portion of the South j East Quarter of Section 24 in Town- MVwes bVtte 4th Mer- WANTED-Two S which lies to the Sorth and East of the left bank'of the Belly River as on said plan of survey-; All that portion of the North West Quar- ter of Section in Township 9, Range lady cooks want job to work together cook- ing for a reliable threshing outfit. Ap- ply to Box 44, Herald. 204-8 by experienced thresh'inc outfit I Bawden Farming Co.. Lfd. B: K. Kill- lock; -jnanascr. Tabor Alta. 203-d Engineer either OH or Steam. Good references. Would 23, West'of the 4th Meridian which is j like to locate for long run. Box 48, not covered by any of the waters of j Herald. 204-6 the Belly River as shown on said plan of survey, In the Province of Alberta, will be offered for sale by PUBLIC AUCTION at the Court, House, Leth- bridge. on Saturday, the 2nd day of MISCELLANEOUS WANTS buy a shotgun. Must be in perfect condition.-State-price. Ap. ply Box 19. Herald. 207-0 September, A.D., at 12 o'clock noon. The vendor is informed that. thn above properly consists of. 375 acres. NOTICE Fn the matter of the Court of Con- firmation of the Tax Enforcement Re- turn of the Rural -Municipality of WANTED TO of eight or nine rooms in first class condition. Centrally' .located. Careful fenants. Reply-Box S5 post office.' 2040 some second hand furniture or will buy the contents of a furnished house. Givo tho lowest price :for spot cash. Apply Uox 411, No. 36, take notice-that His I Herald.___________________ 204 Honour Judge J. A. Jackson, Judge.of tho District Court, has appointed Sat- more or less situate 10 miles from ul-day, Sept. 9, 1910, at 10 o'clock a.m., i Lethbndgc and 2 miles .from Kipp for the holding of the Court of Con- Station and Post Office. The Vendor is also informed that the land cou- firmation to confirm the Tax'. En- forcement Return of the Rurai Aluni- j tains the following p ro v e- j cipality of Warner No..- 3Gt at the ment's: a one atory on a Municipal Office Building, N'.E. quar- cement' fmmdation with'shingle roof. I ter See. 21, Twp. 5, R. W 4th. i a two-storey stable, 24x36 and small Dsted at Alta., the I out-buildings, the buildings all being i well above the average farm building. land fe'aU'-feDce'ti except along I the river fronc. The soil.--is chocolate loam with gravel sub-soil. j The property will he, sold subject to a reserve price and subject to the taxes for the current year and to Iho I reservations and conditions contained lln the original grant from.the Crown (or appearing upon the existing Certifi- :cate of Title; also subject to any statu- tory charges registered subsequent i to the date of the sale for seed grain i or other relief, if any. i Terms of Sale j Terms of sale to be 20 per cent. cash at the timo of the sale, the bal- anco within 30 'days thereafter, eith- er all cash or part thereof, namely, by mortgage at 8 per cent, per i annum, payable, on the 1st. j .Inly in each of-the years 1917, I91S, JUJ'J and 1SJO and the balance of ff on the 1st July, 1921. Other terms and Conditions to bo made known at the time of tho sale. For further particulars apply to ihe undersigned: Lent, Jones, MfwKay Mann, Bar- risters, drain Kinhniict.'. t'algiiry_ Knl- icifnra" for Vendor, Dated at Calgary, Alliertji. this 2fith day of May. Approved: A. Kinnaird, Deputy Registrar. 1 Ad. No. "B." DO VOO BURN The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to take of all orders. PHONE 125O The quality Is the biit Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS 2Sth day of June 13. Secretary-Treasurer of the Rural Municipality of Warner No. 30. "H" FOR SALE OR RENT Those desirable store premises formerly occupied by the" Bent- ley Company wilt be leased at a very moderate rental .to a suit- able tenant or will be sold on easy .'terms. A dividing wall will be erected if necessary, on the ground floor. Apply CONYBEARE, CHURCH, McARTHUR DAVIDSON, BOTTLES WE WILL BUY PINT AND QUART BOTTLES IN, ANY QUANTITY. rurity Bottling .Works WESTMINSTER ILL London, Aug. in learned that the Duko of. has .been Invalided home from Egypt and that he is nnv.- in a Paris hospital suffer- ing from fever WANTED TO PURCHASE Have you anything for I will pay cash for second-hand goods of any kind: Junk, copper, brass, lead, old rubbers, shoes, auto tires, horse hair. Call at M. Moscovich, 2nd Ha'.id Stcre, 71S 3rd Ave. South, or phone 14S7. ni-'C TO RENT TO or three furnished rooms) in private house, south side, nice locality. Board if desired. Use of piano and phone. Apply box III, Herald TO house.'Tuily modern, for six months, commencing Sept._i5. Apply box 50, Horald.JM5-0 TO "roomed house. Close in, on car line. Apply 916 Ave.. S. 20C-I! TO flfrsC AT South one six roomed'cottage. Pantry with fitted 'in cabinet. Rent ?12.00 per month: Apply above address. 207-1! BALED HAY. AND of nil kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for when buying or sell- ing: are in touch with the best markets. Storage space for rent. Excellent basement for perishable .'goods.-'-P. 0. Hyde Co. Phonj -'1244. .-'P. O.-Box 112. SHOE REPAIRING; 1717 lor jour shoe repairs Woili .ilona promptly Orders called for alid vered Frank Miles. Ell Avenue South .PIANO TUNING CBIPP3. EXRBRT TUNER Pla erPjsno ami Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hdn- oj Certificate JM.T London. KefeieTce to the- leading musicians of thac city Phone lltiS, 12 fiih Ave A South DYEINQVAND CLEANING THE VALET-is-BueclailstsMn- French Dry guaranteed, to. turn out every piefl.e1' of work at its best Oiilj the 'mitei" 'scientific methods applied without injury to garments. Our work is sure to 'please you. Collect and deliver. Phone 181-' 321 Sixth Street South. DR. W. S. OALBRAITH physician Surgeon, Accouchor. Hours p.m. Office Third Aveuua, Phono 12G3. DR. TAYLOR Ear, Eye, Nose anil I Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldf. Oftico hours evonluss by ap- pointment. Phones: Office 341, Re- sidence 503. DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY i JAMIE- 10D Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 319; Rosidcnco 619. Office hours: II to 12 a. 3.30 to 3.30; 7 to S p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., Surgeon, Accpuchor. 1324 4th Avenue North. Hours 1 to 4; 7 to 8. Phono 470. DENTAL DR. M. J. graduato of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms E and s, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. LI T. (successor to Drs. Courtlce uate University of Maryland. Rooms S and a. Macdonaid Block, Phone 11C6, Lethbrldge, Alta. DRS. MARRS and Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mo- Clure. Hours: 3 to 5. Office, His- Inbolhain Block. Phone 374. DR. E. S. mem- ber of Royal College of Surgeons.. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College o( Physicians L.D.S. 1900. Hours: Office: Higiiibotham Block. Phono 1616. UNDERTAKING T. S. Fetteriy Leading Funeral Director and Embalnier; also ageut for the Somervilie Marble Gran- ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo- site Court House. Phone 561. Re- sidence 2S4 7th Ave. S., Phone 1176.. Open day and night. S. Y. t FunerAl. Director. S03 3rd Avenue South. Puone 1802. Open night and day. BUILDING BUILDING, PLASTERING CEMENT WORK. Repairs a specialty. Any- thing from the foundations to the last coat of paint. Let us figure on your wants. Special attention given to country Co.. 1221 Gth Avenue S. 203-6 MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES, Planoforto Playing and Theory. Supervision of H. C. C. Salmon, of pupils entered. for the examination of the Royal -Academy and Roya! College of Mu- sic, London, Eng. This year 100 per cent, were successE'-'.. Studio 623 9tb street south. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher o! Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fli'ly equipped with black- scale ladder, modu- lating board, etc. Studio '1226 Sth Ave. A. South. -----THE LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY 'OF 'MUSIC Re-opens -on Tuesday., September th. given in1 all branches of 'music. Special classes' for' violin, banjo, guitar and other small instruments. Certified teachers. ropean and Canadian examiners. 1'erms moderate. Phone T65. 206-20 AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON. Provincial and City Licensed "Auctioneer, farmers in- tending 'selling their farm stock and implements; ,it to yp-jr in- terest to consult me as to terms, etc. Wrir'e'or Residence 1421 6th Ave. North. Lblilbridge. GUNSMITHS' GUNSMITHS