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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOV. TWO THE �Li..Iiii�rtii)GE DAILY .HERALD .JIL-.fl �� I lllllll IMII I l.Ti____II--MBWM- TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1918 CLASSIFIED ADS. "Tell them You Saw it in The Herald: CLASSIFIED ADS. buying a farm? there are listed here farms 160 to 1000 acres c lassivikd Ads. for This Pack Must Be in Oiticj: 10.45 a.m., to Appear Same Day.-25o an Insektiojj foii 2"> Words ok Less-Six Times for Phice of Foe*. ; MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE :: :; selling your farm? there are hundreds of prospective buyers FARM LANDS FOR SALE MR. LAND BUYER HOW'S THIS 640 acres. , 5S0 acres cultivated. 100 acres summer-fallowed. Chocolate loam soil, ."-room house, plastered. Stable 30x30. , Blacksmith shop cost $350.00. Chicken coop, cost $180.00. Oat bin 16x24. Buggy shed. Granary, 9000 bushels. Fine grove trees. ' Buildings all painted. Price $23.00 per acre, $4,500 cash. Balance easy terms. Reason for selling, going into business. The Best Investment In the world is part of the earth In Southern Alberta. Why not get part of it before prices advance further, from land for sale CONZET & KARREN Room 7 Shepard Block Phone 379. 37-0 land for sale J. HARRIS a CO. North of Lethbridge Hotel. 100 improved farms to choose from. 59-0 ONE SECTION good level land in McGregor Lake district. Tor sale, at $S0 per acre, with $4,000 cash. In w?ll settled farming community. This is near the Blackfoot reserve on which land sold as high as $4S.OO per acre last June. 3 SECTIONS east of Warner, partly improved, all workable. GOO acres under cultivation, 3o0 sumtnerfaliow, - wells, 2 four room houses, ograti-aries. 2 barns and other buildings. Price $22.00 per acre, with $5,000 cash. Purchaser can take all of crop  first year and Vi crop thereafter, j 10 ACRES well improved irrigated j land, 0 miles from Lethbridge, 51.. j 500. Terms. 42-6 j 640 ACRES in the Barons District. Largest percentage of it is. tillable. Fenced and cross-fenced. Watered by large dam. 320 acres of ntrv breaking ready to seed in I ho spr ..g of 1918. House 12x16, stable for C horses. Price $31.50 per acre. 4S0 ACHES lying straight cast of Xobleford, six miles from elevator. Choice wheat lands, every aero tillable. 90 acres of new breaking in good shape for 191S crop. Price $26.50 per acre; one-third cash, balance in three eo.ua! -annual payments at 6 per cent. x 640 ACRES of unimproved lands lying 3 1-2 nr'las S. E. of Skiff, on the Lethbridge-Weybtirn line. Land exceptionally good and first class wheat land. Price $20.00 per acre, one-quarter cash, balance in three payments at 6 per cent. No principal will be due in 191S providing the purchaser will" break and prepare for crop half of the section. if you ARE open to purchase's farm call and see our list for sale. We want listing? in good farm land no matter where located in Southern Alberta. LAND FOR SALE FOR SALE-Improved half section I seven miles from Noblcfonl at $35 an Pophaiu & May, Bar-59-6 acre on, terms. 011s, Altn. FOK SALE-One section 3 miles cast of Wilson Siding, fenced, J DO acres in cultivation. $32.00 per acre. $3,500 cash, balance crop payments. No.' SOI. Cox & Company. Phone 1S0S. ">*~JJ FOR SALE-28 acres choice fruit InntV or will exchange for farm lands or citjt property. Clear title. All lake front in Golden Valley, Ontario. i,3 mile from post office, store and railway. D. E. King. Grassy Lake. 53-12 FAKM""f6r SALE-The"N^lO'ecUon 31, Township 6i Range 15. West of 4th Meridian, within ii mile of Conrad station. This is an unimproved J,a section. For further information apply to E. S. Clurry, 610 -Maclean Blk.. Calgary. 56-6! SITUATIONS VACANT When K*plylni; Mention Tha Herald. WANTED-Servant for general housework. No cooking, 422 6th Ave. S, J II. Goodman. 20-0 WANTED-Woman 10 do room cleaning. Good wages. , Apply . Brodie Bl'pgjt.___57-0 WANT ED-Repair man for furniture. One with own tools preferred. Apply Bawd'en Bros. 57-0 MAID WANTED-At once. Good wages, good home. Apply 1216 5th Ave. .A., south. ' 57-6 %TANTCD^Competcnt~\vwian or girl to take care of baby 15 months old for two weeks. Box 1, Herald. 59-6 FOR SALE-Improved irrigated farms $60.00 to $70.00 per acre. Choice wheat lands *16.00 per acre, easy terms-to the man that win improve them. Win. _ i Ingram, care of Alberta Securities, TRAVELLER WANTED-Lady or 1 Baltnora! Block, Lethbridge, 'phone gentleman, salary and commission. 1245. or evenings 4S0. 44-24 State experience if any and what lines. FOR-STBE^TSO acres of first class 1 Bo* 4, Herald.__ 6�-6 land, being part of Section W H. MILLAR LAND COMPANY, Phone 323. Lethbridge. Office, first door west of Union Bank. 26-0 WANTED-Girl 14 to 16 to help cure for sinall children. No washing or cooking. Phono 1S2, Mrs. P. C. Hosey, Taber, Alta. 57-6 WANTED-A~maid, 2 hours off duty daily, one afternoon a week, also every evening after 7 p.m. Apply Gait Hospital. 54-6 FARMS WORTH WHILE. CARMANGAY: Section 7-14-24-W4. M. 272 acres seeded to rye, 240 acres can be seeded to oats, car roofed stable for 20 head of horses, never failfag well of good water at. .32 feet, 4 acres of pasture around buildings. .Price $43:00 per acre. Terms, good discount for cash. The rye already seeded will pay half for this farm. CARMANGAY: South half of 5-13-24-W.4 M. AH ready for seeding. No better half in the grain country-This has been farmed profitably by ' the Noble Foundation Limited for  the past 5 years. Price $50.00 per acre. CALGARY: 1920 acres mixed ranch ' 4% miles from city limits on lower Banff road, same distance from street car line. Well fenced and cross fenced. Well watered with springs and small lakes, and grows very heavy grass affording an abundance of winter feed. Will easily accommodate 300 head of stock at any ' time. Being very close to Calgary ' market would be ideal for full blood  stock. There are 170 acres under cultivation, and seventy-five- to eighty per cent of the land can be ,^ cultivated. There are $20,000 worth '. of newly built buildings on the ranch . including a very modern home with first class water system, steam heat and. electric light. There are 300 head of very carefully selected eat- ; tie on the ranch, including SO head of this year's calves which can be had together with all necessary i equipment for working the ranch if . required. Price $32.00 per acre. iK'OBLEFORD: 480 acres 5 miles from Nobletord on graded road. This is a ; real farm. 300 acres ready for crop. . Good house, barn and other build- ,-ings. Water. Price $23,000. $,9400  cash, balance $3000.00 yearly at 8 per cent. J. HARRIS & CO., Farm Lands. Nobleford. Phone I 52-0 COX AND COMPANY, j" 330 Fifth St. South, Phone 1808. i ____. i Better Than Farming on Your-Own Account j Opportunity for $50,000 to $100,000.00. j Investment with well known fartuer i and rancher of Southern Alberta In chiefly high � grade, selected livestock,' first Hen security. Additional collat- j eral security. This proposition carries | a fixed minimum amount of profit and | S per cent, interest, which guarantees,' bettor than twenty per cent (20 %) on I 5 to 8 years amortised payment plan ! andwhich you can readily be convinc-! ed wi!! more likely pay thirty-five per! cent (35%) "to fifty per c�mt (50%) on i your yearly, cask investment as it will i stand from year to year under terms cf ! proposed agreement. y j We have the equipment, range and ; feed to handle the stock properly and j know the business. Prefer one party to make the ,investa.ent but will consider pooled interests properly organized to aggregate $50,000.00 or $100,-000.00. Best local, Minneapolis or Cleveland financial ;and character references furnished on evidence that you are bona fide investor. For full and detailed particulars, address Box 51, Lethbridge Herald, Lethbridge, Alberta. 35-0 34-14-26, 3S0 acres of new breaking, double disced three times and harrowed, new buildings, etc., half mile from school, $55.00 Ati acre, $5,000 down and balance on crop payments. Pophain & May, Barons. Alta. 54-6 j FOR-S"a"UE-"$T5700 pef_acreT3_choice ' sections, all steam plow, close to ! transportation. Financial difficulties - j force me to sncrifice this choice wheat FOR SALE-14 section highly im-ihuid. $5.00 an acre cash,, balance ar-proved, 150 acres ready for wheat, : ranged. Anderson Mortgage and Inly- miles from elevator. $38.00 j vestment Co, Hutton Bldg., Spokape, Wash. 55-6 land FOR sale per acre. . FOR SALE-Sectiorf/steam plow land, no stone. SO acres ready for wheat, $26.00 u"er acre. FOR SALE-Two registered Perch-eroti stallions. Prize/.winning fin-cestors. Rising three and five years. TO TRADE-Producing city property for cows, horses or farm implements. WANTED-Capable woman as housekeeper for family of 5. Apply Mrs. B. B. Hoyt, 1261 6th Ave. A south, in person. 55-0 wXNTED^fwufher, llFoT^nT^lais certificate. Apply secretary, consolidated school board. Many berries, Alta.  58-6 WANTED-A nurse maid, at once, to stay until April, and then to be willing to leave with the family for the coast for the summer. Apply immediately, 519 "th St. S., City. 53-6 FOR SALE-(Miscellaneous) (When Hopiyins Moiittor. T)i� Herald) FOR SALE-A very pretty cottage organ. Solid walnut case, good tone, In A 1 condition. Price $65,00 with stool. Easy puyinont*. Mason & Rtsch. Limited, Balmoral Block, Leth-brldgo. C9--1 FOK SALE-Woll established draying business for Hale. Apply after 6:00 p.m. at 1428 6th Ave. N. 52-0 FOR SALE-2 pool tablos 46 ^""Wh 1�0 wiuu.i >r. - ua. 5a-6 '."cres under timothy, good meadow and ____________________________j'up-land hay. Four, miles from Forest ! Reserve. Large modem 7-roomed | house, good barn and out-buildings, j excellent property for either cattle or ' sheep. For particulars apply Maurice The Moler Barbei College, Ave. East, Calgary, Alta. 229 9th 298-75 SKIFF SKIFF TOWNSITE has opened. Several town lots are already sold and some business concerns contracted for. We have for sale 1120 acres of steam plow land joining the town and containing a twenty acre lake. This is the opportunity of the season. For prices and terms sec S. Wilson, "Key Ranch," Alberta. Lundbreck, 51-25 ! FOR SALE--12S0 acres, ali improved, I GOO acres ready for crop, balance stubble, buildings worth $15",ti00.'00, machin-. cry $7,000.00 including engine and sep-! jirator, wagons, * harness; household j goods, everything gfies. This is'one jot the most highly improved farms in The PILLING LAND COMPANY, LTD.! Southern Alberta. Natural gas _____________; heating and electric!,- lights, WANTED-Farmers and farmers' sons, don't remain idle all winter Help wiil be scarce next summer. You can learn to operate and repair tractor engines and automobiles in four to six weeks time at Hemphill's Government Chartered' Motor Schools at Calgary, Regina, Saskatoon, Edmonton or Winnipeg. Attend the nearest branch. 290-0 TO RENT (When Reuiylnc Mention The Herald-) GARAGE "TO"RENT^Apply" TsTTlth St. S. 56-0 FOR SALE-A quiet pony, suitable for herding or for children to drive. Cheap for cash. 611 6th St. S. 57-6 FOR SALE-Seven head ot cows, two fresh this mop_th. Apply Jas. McBeth, Kipp. 53-6 FOR SALE-Pure bred, single comb, Rhode Island Red cockerells, $2.00 each. B. S. Pawson, Coaldale, Alta. Phpne R 704. 55-6 FOR SALE--1915 Sawyer-Massey engine. Ran about 45 days, 25 H.P. on draw bar, 76 on belt. . 8 stubble and 8 breakers. Price $3,500.00. For terms, address Box M, Etzlkom, Alberta. 55-6 FOR SALE-All-work 12-25 plowing engine. A snap if sold at once. You can save over $500 by buying this outfit. Apply W. M. Gillelan, 1222 3rd Ave. S. Phone 1449. 57-6 FOR SALE-^-A good set of harness tools, suitable for repair business, including a Landis harness machine dipping vat. AH ^malli tools, bench, etc. Apply Box 50 Herald. 58-6 land FOR sale TWO CHOICE SECTIONS "� With absolutely full complete outfit in excellent district, two ( miles from elevator. Immediate occupancy. A going concern. ; 600 acres can easily be cropped - this year. Includes full complement ot good ' farm buildings, implement shed, ' blacksmith shop, pump house with �( 10 H. P. engine for pumping and grinding; sufficient discs, harrows, � seeders, binders, etc., for two sec- � tions. ^LSO 36 head horses, 8 milk cows, 14   pigs. ALSO 35 tons hay, 350 bushels feed oats. Price $50.00 Per Acre. Full particulars at wilson and skeith C. P. R. Land Agents. Phone 1343. Office, 8herlock Bldg. 57-0 land FOR sale ! in 5-13.' $11 per aer^; terms. !640 ACRES, raw land, 7 miles from Skiff, in 5-13. $11 per acre; terais. 320 ACRES, raw land, adjoining town-site of Skiff. $19 per acre; terms. 320 ACRES, raw land in 7-15, 3 miles to Conrad. $16 per acrej terms. 12S0 ACRES, raw land in 6-14, 3 miles to Skiff. $21 per acre; terni3. 640 ACRES, raw lam!, % wile from railroad, in 6-14, $21 per acre; crop payment. 320 ACRES, raw land In fi-14. $11 per acre; $2 per acre cash; 5 years at 6%- ' 640 ACRES, raw land south of Grassy-Lake; $25 per acre, S2.50 per acre cash: 10 years at 6%. 160 ACRES, raw lams, south of Grassy Lake; $10 per acre. R. V. GIBBONS & CO., Phone 1191. Balmoral Block. 53-0 PROPERTY FOK SALE (When Replyi.-.g Mention The ileraldt FO^'^ALE^lFlS'Tth Ave.. nbrtUl cot- tage, 2 lots, stable, etc. Price $750.00, $;.i)|).00 cash, balance $15.00 per month. N. B. Peat & Co., sole agents,'10 Mac-Donald Block. 51-12 running springs, best water. Price $60.on per acre, $25,000.00 cash, balance 10 years GSt. This farm 'will likely pay for itself in 3 years. Apply N. B. Peat & Co., 10 .McDonald Block, Lethbridge, Alta. 56-0 TO KENT-Nicely furnished room in the Whitney Block. Apply Room 6. 53-6 ST6re_T"0 R10NT-Includiiuj bascT ment, 'Dominion building. W. �� Nel-or j son & Company, 416 5th St. S. 56-0 TO SELL OR TRADE-$1400.00 equity in fully modern cottage on north side. Cash or will trade on improved half section, good land close to city. Write Box 22 Herald. 54-6 HOUSE FOK SALE - 7 rooms and bath, on Seventh Ave. A. south, first house _ west of Athletic grounds. Stable 16 x 16, storey and a half, on rear 0! lot. Price $2,700.00 cash. Call or write L. A. Felger, R411. Snap. 6-room fully mod-St. south near 7th FARM LANDS 960 ACRES, east of Stavely. good buildings, electric lighted. 680 acres under cultivation, 450 acres ready for spring seeding .60 acres fall rye, 10 acres alfalfa, 100 acres tame hay. This i3 a snap at $32.50 per acre. HALF SECTION, 4 miles north of Wrentham. 100 acres new breaking. This is a very fine half section and can be handled with $1,000. cash. WEST '/i i2-12r;i, ease, of Barons. $18.50 per acre. $S00 to $1000 cash. MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS LISTINGS WANTED murchison bros., gaddfs & braden LETHBRIDGE 414 4th Ave.'S. Phone 1608 Offices: Calgary, Champion, Swal-well, Craigmyle, Stavely, New Dayton. AL8ERTAFARM LANDS THE INVESTMENT OF THE HOUR 320 ACRES pasture and prairie, river frontage. $12.50. 320 ACRES level wheat loam, fl miles from city, $35 per acre. $1,060 cash. 2% interest 1st and 2nd year, 6% 3rd and 4th year, balance 17 yearly payments. 640 ACRES finest of wheat land, convenient to city and close to eleva -1 tors. $35 per acre. Cash $3,000,4>al- j ance half crop. 5000 ACRES choicest grazing in South-! era Alberta. Cattle prairie fed aver- j aging 1700 lbs. each, produced on ;t. i Sell one or more sections, $17. I Money to loan on improved farms and [ City Property. W. F. NELSON 4 COMPANY, - 416 5th Street South 56-0 FOR SALE FOR SALE ern house. 10th Ave., $2,975.00. $500.00 cash, balanie like rent. Wm. Ingram, Alberta Securities, Balmoral Block, Lethbridge. Phone 1245, evenings 480. 57-6 FOR SALE-New brick~coki""storage building 50x80 feet, with double walls, on trackage; room for eight cars of vegetables in cellar. Good opening for produce and commission hus'ness here. Price $3,500. Address � J. M. Haywood, Redclitf. 55-12 MACLEOD IMPROVED FARM FOR SALE 3.S0 ACRES highly improved, 100 acres summerfaliow. Plenty of good water. All fenced and cross fenced. 2'/i miles from Macleod. House 12 rooms, two stories. Lots of good stable and shed room, 35 head of cattle, 16 heati of, good horses, 4 wagons, 5 sets harness, buggy. Price as a going concern $60 an acre. Terms very reasonable'. RANCH VERY CONVENIENT small ranch, -ISO acres of deeded land. 4S0 acres iease, 4 running springs. Good build FOR RENT-Two large front offices. Apply Federal Coals Ltd., Hill Block. Phone 305. � 58-0 TO RENT-.Nicely furnished room in modern house, suitable for two. Ap- ply 638 7th St. S.___ STOP AT THE" RED (STAR", 815 3rd Ave. S., for good board and rooms. $7.00 per week up. 57-6 TO*-R*EXT-llight"housekeeping roomsT steam-heated. Apply 515 6th St. S., or 301 5th Ave. S. 42-0 HORSES: WheteMltHilletall.lsaioiOO ________head Bf hlah cla� MaaMoba farm am tut telliiitcalMntxttond. MieMeiualaThrrilaii E. W. McLEAN'S SALE STABLES Cor. AMuiqton anil Alexander - Winnipeg STORE TO RENT-Next door to Or-pheum theatre. W. F. Nelson & Company. 416 5th St. South. 56-0 TO RENT-Storage space for all kinds of goods. Kates reasonable. Saunders Hay and Grain Co., 1221 2nd Avenue South. Phone 732. Ranch For Sale FOR SALE-The Lochlan Bell Ranch, 2^ miles from Plncher Creek, consisting of 3000 acres deeded land, 9000 acre3 open range, very best of soil, 480 acres under cultivation1, 2000 acres can be farmed if desired. Lots of water-springs, river frontage and lakes which never go dry. Lots of shelter. 100 acres summer fallow, 40 acres in fall wheat, 350 head cattie, 125 head horses, 6 registered Hereford bulls, 1 Percheran stallion, first prize winner, Clyde stallion, first prize winner, bunch of hogs and hay teed, seed and complete equipment of ranching and farming machinery. Deeded land has all new fence and cross fence, 3 and 1 wires. Good barn and sheds, cor-ralU. New 16x26 granary, new 10x 28 blacksmith shop. Good 6 room ))ouse and small house for men. �. C. PECK, Owner, 52-0 Box-133,.piacher Creek, Alta. FOR SALE FOR SALE AT SNAP-7-room modern house on two lots, good stable and garage on bi:ck, 208 5th Ave. south, will sell for less than you can build. Lot 29, 5th St. south "Alberta Cafe" and lots 30-31, adjoining City Sign Works. � .Will "sell cheap. Apply T. McXabb. 208 5th Ave. S. or phone iron Springs Rural 314. 54-6 ^greemotsofIalT" We have three agreements of sale covering half section each, all good, well improved land, one with about $6,200.00 due in four equal annual payments; one for $7,800.00 and another for $8,S()0!op, due in ten equal annual installments, which we will 3ell at discount sufficient to pay ten per cent (10%) per annum! Land in New Dayton district. ' THE FELGER FARMING CO., LTD. Phone R411. 38-0 I TO RENT-One furnished room, gas I heated. Also two unfurnished rooms J in private house, close in. Use of i phone. Apply 904 2nd Ave. S.__58-0 TO "RENT-NiceTy f'orn i'sTieti"" room, I close in to business part of city. Com- ines, 200 acres" of" n.eldow lamTan \ ^a^'^e^n^l0^ s" r^fi exceptionally fine * ranch, twelve rat.^fa^ miles from Brocket. Price $17.00 an ! TO. RENT-Modern 7-roomed house, acre, $2,000 cash, balance easy | furnished, fairly close in, south side, terms. These are two of many good I Piamj if desired. Available about. FOR SALE-Throe hundred ton guaranteed number 1 alfalfa . in stacks, section 5-9-19 W. 4th. Can supply feeding grounds, with water, or do hauling if desired. See Harris, 403 5lh Street south. 57-6 FOK SALE-2 geldings, 3 years; mare 6 years, heavy stock. 45 H.P. Caterpillar Holt tractor with 8 bottom stubble and sod plows, packer, clod crusher. Wm. Ingram care Alberta Securities Ltd., Balmoral Block, Lethbridge. Phone evenings 480. 55-6 AGENTS - Marvellous discovery; enormous demand: wash clothes white avithout rubbing. Wash day a delight; no fuss, no muss, no cuss. One hundred per cent, profit. Send ten ' cents for canvassing samples. Garretson, Brantford, Ont. Ad Q AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE WANTED-500 moro men wanted to learn Automobile Gas-Tractor trade, day am', evening classes, at Hemphill's Government Chartered Gat Gnglna Schools. Our students are taught by actual practice to operate and repair Automobile, Gas and Kerosene Tractors, Stationary and Marine Engines. Our own Fre? Employment Office will help you choose a position after completing as automobile or truck driver and mechanic or tractor engineer. Writo or call for free catalogue. Hemp-bill's Motor Schools, 228 9th Ave. East, Calgary, Alta. Branches at Regina. Saskatoon, Edmonton and 'Winnipeg. Attend the nearest branch to you. _______ 290-0 USED CAR SNAPS Chevr8lct. closed car .....$775.00 Chevrolet Touring car ...$600.00 Dodge Roadster......... $626.00 BAALIM MOTOR COMPANY �-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS (When Replying Mention The Herald) WANTED TO EXCHANGE-Beautiful, practically new gas range for coal range. Apply P. O. Box 865. 55-6 WANTED TO BUY-A good milk cow. giving now not less than two gallon? daily. H. W. Lever, Kipp, Alta. 53-6 WANTED-Hay, damaged or off-color alfalfa or grass hay in car lots. Quote prices to H. W. Lever, Kipp, Alta. 53-6 WAITED-Two or thTeeni^e^rigu: lar customers 1 for new laid eggs. Do not deliver. F. H. Enderton, 318 15th St. N._________59-6 WA^TBD^Phys'ician" and" sirgeon. state experience. Apply to Rec. Secretary Miners Union, Mountain Park, AlttK____59-:: *VVANTED-5000 more Barred Rock or White Wyandottes, puilets or yearling hens. Give best cash price. Wm. Taylor, Coalliurst, Alberta. 59-6 WANTED - Roomers and boarders, single gentlemen preferred, modern conveniences. For further particulars apply to 604 6th Ave. S., phone No. 1094. 53-6 propositions we are offering. WORKMAN REALTY CO. Macleod, Alberta 58-6 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Tenders will be received by the undersigned up till noon of March 5th, for the following work: Bunk House and Freight Shed, Coronation. No. 4 Section Houses at Piapot, Barn-stow, Carlsland, Estuary, and Leader. Plan A-2 stations at Whitla, Travers, Battrum, Lancer, �Shackleton, Compeer, Bideford, Kirriemuir and Loyalist. Plans* and specifications may be seen at Chief Engineer's office, Winnipeg; Superintendent's offices, Medicine Hat Lethbridge, Edmonton and at this office. J. M. CAMERON, General Superintendent,'; C.P.R. Calgary. March 1st. Apply Box 29 Herald. 55-6 Real Bargains GOOD SIX ROOM HOUSE, fully modern, including gas. brick foundation and fire place Wry best locality in \ town. Price $2,7i>u.6o with any kind ' ot terms. SIX ROOM COTTAGE, modern except gas and bath tub. This house is only five biooks from post office and is absolutely the very best iu town. Price $12."0.00. A few hundred dollars and balance like rent. immediate possession can be given to above houses. FIVE ROOM strictly modern bungalow cottage, two lots facing east, good lawn, garden and -garage and in very best district. Price $3,700, and terms can be arranged. M. P. JOHNSON A CO. Phone 651. 57-0 TENDERS Tenders will be received by the undersigned until noon Wednesday, February 20th for the erection of a creamery building at Cardston. Plans and specifications can be had on application to the manager. THE CARDSTON CREAMERY CO. S. W. LOW, Manager. 52-7 UNITED TAXI SERVICE PHONE 387. 05-0 7500 PURCHASERS OF MO-LINE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR8 HAVE PRODUCED A POPULARITY WHICH FORCES PRODUCTION to THE 20,000 MARK FOR 1918. MR. -- are you satisfied with your present living quarters? If not, go up to the "Y" today and see for yourself the benefits and privileges awaiting you there. The rates are low. Cor. 4th_Ave. aj_d lOlh St.,_S. Phone 547. TO-RENT--My h'o^ser5ir8tb7St7"S.", on basis of paying rent by boarding me. Suitable for married couple, one or two children not necessarily an objection. Apply by letter only to Dr. Campbell, Royal Bank Bldg. 53-6 tvhen LOST AND FOUND Replytne Mention Th� H�ral& LOST-Cattle branded on left hip. Suitable reward. Gus Linn, Coaldale, Alberta, or phone 11713.___ 53-6 LOST-A black"Boston" bul! pup. Finder please return to John H. ' Fleetwood. 522 7th St. south, and receive reward. 59-3 uu.il'-oolong biuck leather purse, containing $5.00 bill and memoranda, between 8th St. S., 5th Ave. and Simpson's 'store. Finder please return to 536 8th St. 3., and receive reward. 55- $20.00 REWARD--For return of "one dark gray mare, branded on right hip, coming 3 years old, strayed from King's Lake District. Chas. Garner, Sec. 31-4-12. Goddard Post Office. ____08-� LOST-OiTe-bay"" horse,"""star~in" "forehead, collar marks on neck, large hoofs, age 6 years, weiglit 1700 lbs., brand "S' on right jaw, indistinct. Last seen near Magrath Oct. 28th, 1917. Raised at Boundary Creek Ranch. $10 reward for Information leading to recovery. Inquire Herald office. 52-18 STRAYED - On to "my ""farin" one four-year-old spotted sto.or, under bit on right ear, branded 011 left shoulder and on left hip. One spotted cow, 4 years old, dew lapped branded L U on right hip. _ Urban Youug, Stirling. . "55-6 FOR SALE ONK .1. I. Case 9-18 gas engine with grand detour stubble breaker plow. ONE J. I. Case 110 h.p. steam engine, also Case separator, size" 40 x 62, new 191G. Apply G1LDO pays you more for household goods, etc. Phone 142$, residence 768. � City Second Hand Stare, 406 5th St. S.___ 56-6 GOODS BOUGHT and sold'for cash. This is the placo -where you get cash for all second hand suits, clothing and shoes, etc. St. Louis 2nd Hsnd Store, Arlington Hotel Building. 58-6 WANTED-Partner with $1,000.09 capital for the Taber Billiard Hall. Four tables in good condition, cigar, candy, tobacco, soft drink stand. Also barber's stand, 2 chairs. Good location, opposite C. P. R. depot. Apply J Brouiilet, Taber, Alta. � 57-ti Box 31, A. W. MASON, Burdett, Alberta. 56-G "WANTED TO RENT (When Replying Mention The Herald) WANTED TO RENT-By experienced farmer with outfit, quarter or half section improved land. Address Box 40 Herald office. 55-0 WANTED-2 or 3 room suits, furnished for light housekeeping, man, wife and baby 2 years old. Exceptionally clean. State terms. Box 47 Herald. v '',8-6 WANTED TO RENT-By two experienced farmers with full equipment, one to 300 acres of land in the Spring Coulee or Raley district, to summer fallow on shares. Apply box 105 Magrath.___________55-6 WANTED-Two"furnished rooms with bath, Jn fully modern residence, two occupants. Rooms will be occupied only part of time. No housekeeping to be done. Will pay good rent to secure. Reply Box_8, Herald.______56-6 WANTED TO RENT-Man tfnd wife; 110 children, want to rent farm 011 shares. Implements and horses furnished. Like some hogs and cows. Experienced farmer, best of reference. Barney Dean. Stirling, Alberta, Canada. 59-3 WANT TO RENT FARM WANTED TO KENT-One or more sections of first class land with five hundred acres or moro that can.be seeded this spring. i have fii-Bt class equipment, can take care of 1000 acres easily, will furnish seed if uocessary. Will not consider any farm without plenty of water. Box 32, ^lerald. 56-6 sell your furniture at waddingtons. good prices, prompt settle- MENTSrPHONE 770, AFTER six p.m., 469. PUBLIC NOTICE TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS We have sold our hardware business to Messrs. Welsh and Welsh, who will lie pleased to serve yon in the hardware line.* We greatly appreciate the confidence of our numerous customers in the past and we shall endeavor to be worthy ot -your continued trust. For payments of accounts owing to us, please call at our residence until further notice. Yours very truly, C. W. HANSEN. P. S.-We expect, to take eare ot your oil wants. 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