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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta i ,'t t THE TJSTnBRTDGE DAILt 1IER4LD May M.L.MILLKK Manager H.DEGENKH Secretary-Treasurer Stirling Realty Company Stirling, Alta. "The Junction Town" The present mid iitlure railuuv facilities of tStiiliiiit itle MifiiVient reason oil should buy Slirlino real estate Sliilhiir N a JHiH-lioii I own on the new Weyhurn lino now under construction, and (_'. "K. C'aid- Mon line operatinu P. H. runnin" Mjntli to CWtts and north to LeUii-ridue. and (wo oHier lines proposed. List vour proper! v with UN and the Lest possible leUuns. to loan on to AMI pioperfy. I CONSTRUCTION WORK IN FULL SWING Drug Store Has always on hand, a complete stock of DRUGS and Drug Sundries Construction work along the Stir liny; end of the Lethbridge-AYeyburn Hue'is'now in full The con j tract for tills portion of the road' is let to John Timothy of Edmonton .Mr. Timothy has been on the ground himself for about u month. In aclili. Uon to his outfit, of 55 .teams, a. Hmnelv ei'giue and Stroud gradei, there is also'at work a number of sub- contractors. Foley Bros, have now been working two weeks. Their out- fit consists of night M. Watson has sold his hoise Ted to IV-lories, itn-djs negotiating for the purclnse of another driver Foley, sister of Folej on lailwaj constniction, has gone, homo to Edmonton, and remain'011 a couple of weeks. H lakm frequency sores brcnV out over the bodv. Thr way to ht.il them, Mr. Richard Wilson, ivlio lives near Ont., found, to pilnfy.; the sbWxl i t. ;t "For some time 1 htdibecn fa 1 depressed condition Mr Mi BK and I soon began to suffer from indt festioa Quite a uutnbcr of small Hn and blotches formed all over mr skm. t tried medicine for Hit blood and mat manT kinds of ointments, but without- mults. Wliat was wanted 'was "a ttioroorh ckamsing of Iht blood, and I looked about in vain for wmt mtAi- one that would goeompliih this. At last Dr. Morse's Indian Root wen brought to my notice, and thty m aw tie most wonderful I ken mr known. My blood was M u rtrr tkort time, sores Laalti mf toaif-stion Tanishtd. They always ban a in my home and in looked u the family Dr. Morse's Root Pilfa ctaMH die cnteni Ihoroufkly. iM by ii ;