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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 20, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Of Interest to the Farmer LAt'K OF t'AUK INJUKES TtAn-NRSS MORE THAN USE. 'I'hc list! (if a liai-neH.s iUyvn iio't, lis n gn'iwral' rule, in.lni'o il. iiHiiiiicli �h tlw lock of Kiving it tht> proper ciin? 11 is sonkod with viitcr hihI covoiit'l iwM\ m.\\\y limes �lurinf? tlii> yctir, aii'l oi'lon hung up out of proper shupf nnjl nllowfij tn flry so. I.�\lh-er, to I c fluralilo, must in; knpt cli-nn unp Iho hnrriess with n moist rng; when it conU'S to the Imrn covon-*! with mud iiTOl nlso to sw 'thnl. it is in (footi condition when put up. It will not reiiuii'o oil nrttr ns of'K.-n wtiiMi iv(toTi'tion is (inid to it in this way ji.s when nogJect�>il, for cln.v nunl.swin lo destroy the life of leii'thei' if nl-lowed to dry upon it. No vej^taiilu oils should be used unless it Ik; cas. tor oil, for thpy niv hardening in their ofl'ocis nn'tl, of course, injurious Nothing Is better than noatsfool oil, and I'l can olwa,\s Ik- ohtnini'd as any olhcr oil. Tuki! the harness all apart. iin-liuckling every strap, awl wosh each piece with a cloth or sponge in wonn, ra.s-tile soup suds, and whi^n nearly dry apply thst e.\-po.secl lo {Duil or locatatf so as to absorb the persf'iration of the hor.se, should receive an extra allowatici'. After giving it a coat or two Ieurance of new leather add to a pint of oil about onest ns it lessons the chanc^i of highwitids f"la.\ing ha\oc wilh the crop, 'Ihe bull sales ai-e over. Now lit the animals profK-rly for the surniiict' inir. An inferior aninnul is a poor udvertisoment. If you wish to eslii,>-'lish a reiiutntion display only Hw :�9st. Now is tlie timu to prepare for winning prizes at the seed fairs ne.\t fall. SiMicial seed con be had oiuy from special plants. Take extro ca.o of otic of the best fields. Uennove i II woeds and an.vthing that would tend to make a point from the score. If jou do not believe in harrow -Ing or rol|ling or packing turn .yi.ur fields into an e.^ peri mental farm l..y treating certain aivas dtfl'orenlly .tnd leaving some untreated, lie sure Ki kwp track cf what plot vas treated each way and note the results in the fr.ll. Why not grow some (iiriiips for fall and winter feed. Nejct winter might I'.e long and cold. The stock will benefit by a moderrtte supply >f roots added to their rations. Those whose hearts have liwn me glad to learn that lIil-China FiuiMne Euml monies cabled Ky the 'Montreal Witness' aiftounteil in all to $ltt,f)00, mo.st of whirh was cablefl during the las-t two wonts of the fund. These gifts were received froin all oviu' the iKiMiinion, and a good iimny nMire 'Witness' readers were propar -ing to remiit when they leanwl thni the fund was clo.sed. The 'Witness' has uIwiSi.ns lent it.-f.'U to this work of ivcoiving and ior-waerlini^ suliscriptions for worths causes, and vast sums have been ol-lecled by it for such pur|n>ses, nne fund, tli',> Ariiioniaii Itelief Kiindaloue amounting to over $li-i,0()0. 'I'h'? uni-ount of vork and cxin-nse involvi-d in rec�'ivingi acUnowlKlg'ing aiMl if-r-warding these largo sums of mou is ver.v nmch greater than the general pulilic can at all reali'/.e, but tho 'Witness' has done ie gladly and un-griidingly, making no charge whatever ftir servici-e or for newspa|>es .spare used. Notice Regarding Tenders. The time for receiving tenders f'.r the construction of Knox Ohiircii, I-ethbridge, is hereby extended to 27th ol .!une. E. r. UYLANHS. 20-a-. ^^^^^�:.:i:'ar>'i7T T'l-i? '.a The W. C. T. U. THE IXHOM' T.EAGl E. (Monli^-Hl Witness). Cold blooded liihuiiianit.y never '".x-pressed itself in more heartless terms than in the onn?g to i.ccup.v six acres, for (ha purpose of transfornving . tho bounteous harvests with whioh God .is lil('ssing our new prr virices ieople of Lhesi! lu'ovinres. When some T�i'.-tar sa\u5�, ^troiiiitiiiK hiin.self Hie scourge of OtxI. planned u raid over a thi u.sumi miles of l''.uri)|>e. burning and slaying as lie w.'iii.he at lea.=!t dirl not �tillers never in ubled wiith a dri'am as to wh.it thiit nieans'.' Ilkivc the.v never a thought but for divideiwl.s'.' Aiv the.v human.' Poor distniugh't Carrie Nation, whose extravagances with. her hatcher have alTordcd so much ntirlh to the l'illiing of it. When the lone mon-C'tuiiy of the prairie home, almost suliicien't in it.self. like sulitar.v confinement, to dethrone the reason, is varief flealh flowing, tluit Would need to l>e the history of ccoinc the w ITH one ribbon ami its new three-color device The New TH-Chioine SaMk Rentier lypewrtter is virtually three typewriters in one. It produces indelible black, purple copying or red typewriting at tht will of the operator. One ribbon and a small, -thr-casily opcratcvl lever do it all. Smith Premier Typewriter Co. 8 South Linvdln St . Spokitue. Wu�h. Some Choice Buys 7 lot on Chares at., near Westminster rotid, for $700. 100 down, balance 50.00 per mo&tb. A beautiful 8-rooiiied modern reaidence on Bartlett st. for 14000,1000 down, Ul�nc�i-.pterin* I FARM LANDS 2A sections farm lands. 13 miles from station, at 0.00 i)er .icre, 1.75 per �cre down, bal. 3.. yearly payinonts. 620 acres on Bailroad at 12.00 per acre, easy terms 1>W acres on Railroad fit 15.00 per acre, easy terun Choice Irrigable farm at 28,00 per acre and \\\) 100,000 acres of the clioicest farm lands to select from. Alberta R.ealty Co. m I'" i w This machine pf rmits not only Ihc use of u ihree-color ritiboii, Luc u isu of u t wo-i:ol. ir or sing te color lililiou. No e�ii^ i-'o~i Jor Ilii-- i )o'i model. Narrowness of mind is often tiio cnu.se of "ob.s-tir\nc.\. We do not eas-il,V lielie^e he.yond what we can see. The way to speak and write what shiill not go out of fashion, is to speak ami write sincerely.-Knierson. � . - FOR SALK. One binder and �ne dril,!, brand new, nevor lx�n u.sed. Will lie sold ch�>ap for quick sale. Apply to MAHYA SZ.AIK>KIF:RSKA, Sec. 32, Tp. 8, \X. 14, Wes^porl. 13-20-27 4. STRAYED OH STOLEN. From the vicinity of Warner. one boy mare, 9 years old, one year old sorrell colt, and one bay sucker. \ reward is ofVercd for their return to RDDIE LTND. Warner, Alta. pre.v of such inhuman greo! HHTCH S: COONS OLIVER BLOCK. LETHBRIDGE I 1 ,^^Luvu.ijviJXiLnjiy�i-|-ij-ri.rrr''V"'........a*>�^^........... 77 ;