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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THg DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, JUNE 21, IKI. Specially Prepared in the Interests of the Enterprising and Progressive Southern Town. icines, stationery, .'boots and shoes, etc. Their drugs and druggists' sun- dries are'a boon to the town. Messrs. McKay and.Macdonald. the proprietors of the Milk River Mer- cantile Co.. are both energetic and hustling young business men, the former being president of the Board of Trade and the latter chairman of the Finance Committee. Mr. McKay. was for several years connected with the Bentley Co. of Lethbridge, is a native of Steltoii, N. S., coming west in 1890. For eigh- teen months he was deputy sheriff in the Lethbridgf district. Mr. Macdonald is also an man. a native of Prince Edward Is- land, coming in ]90fi. and locat- ing in Cranbrook. being in charge of the drug business of Bcattii- and At- has had twenty-Jive years experience Contractor and Builder, has his I "1 th.- drug business and is amply full these busy days looking after the jquahiiej to look after Milk River's! buildings which are being erected in that line. Mr. Macdonald, rapidly. He ha? a large crew of flixt- is a prominent arid Odd-1 class workmen and gives the best of fellow, ha.- reat confidence in the future of Milk River. 1 Although only established about a month the Milk River Mercantile Co. already feel that they are outgrowing their spacious premise.-, and are now constructing an addition 20 x 50 feet, which wilMmake their premises hi all 50 x 50 feet, and will make one of the finest general stores in Southern Alberta. Milk River Livery j satisfaction. He furnishes estimates On building contracts free, of charge, and guarantees entire satisfaction. Mr. Leffingwell. who is a brother of F. S. Leffingwell, the well known real estate man of Warner, takes a deep interest in the town's welfare., ami Street, 22 x 32 feet where he expects to be able to accommodate all coiners. Postmaster Fitzmaurice is erecting a handsome new- residence on Stokes- ville Avenue at once. In addition to providing rn.st-class Harry J. Quinn, the popular ,ecre- meals at all hours, the Restaurant tary-treasurer of the Board of Trade. will be equipped up stairs with sleep- ing accomodations for twenty persons, which latter will fill a long-felt want.' Ellert's Shoe Store To show what confidence a man can place in the future growth and pros- perity of ,Milk River, he has only to witness that displayed" by Mr. J. A. Masfm, Contractor, Plas- terer, Etc. MILK RIVER, ALTA. Among the old-timer? of Milk River are the firm of Satterlee and Lock, H- who have been established HI this, place for nearly three years. [Anticipating, the importance of this l point they in on the ''ground floor' their business has developed with the growth of the town. They hav twenty head of hors.-s in th.-ir barn and make a specialty showing in tending settlers around the country An feed and sale stable L conducted, and first-class outfits provided. Both Messrs W. A. Satu-r- and M. Lock HIV t.u the in- terests of the town and are ..-nthusj-Msts eitixens. First-class At All Hours LEONARD BOWMAN. the track. Close to Depot. Milk River Restaurant MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS PHOENIX CHASE Proprietors. Main Street, Milk River. lievos that Milk River has a won- jKllert, who has erected a "fine two-sto- derfuJ future ahead of-it. j rev building 20 x 32 feet for the sole Leonard Bowman of dwijin8 in show and shoe repairing. Seldom will Although at glance, in an jin-1 Ptyr, wfrd fOf M outside', the--larger-towns .and cities, but not so with Mr. ElWt, whose en- terprise is worthy of the commenda- tion of all. Mr. Ellert.is one of those enterprising' American merchants, having had many years' experience in the shoe business. hails from GU-ncoe, Minn. James Zieser Milk River is by m- means limited in its various lines <-f the building trade. To have as a citizen a man thoroughly proficient as a mason con- tractor is is privilege which few of the younger towns can b'.-ast. Yet in Mr. Zeizer Milk River possesses .such, in addition to his side line of plastering. Like other brandies of thi- building trade.Mr. Zciser is kept very busy. He has JUST completed a full cellar and' foundation of stone for Postmaster Fitzmaurice, and is now working on the foundation for Harry Quirm's new building. The O. K. Livery The 0. K. Livery. Feed and Sale stables is another enterprise- that is making good in Milk River. So great is the enquiry for land that the liv- is building a handsome rie.w barn in addition to his office which is nearing completion. H. L. Tli'jinpsoii. whose ranch is about fifteen miles east of this place, has left