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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta i r - t L ^ i r- r f F r _ T "i � J T i ^ - i - r" 4 QUALITY Of Interest to the Farmer i A New Breakfast Food Toasted Corn U1CHAlU>a ON Til-fit mout horsks miring thi* SORDINO TIMK. wh*h' Mining work beglna, because thivswe'dl Htoi* at thia .loawcrt* and too often they ntlll reWiln their win* i tercoat of hnlr. The Kooner this enn ' bo removed the better, nnd n good groonfittg will hnMen tho process of ! CAttfi OF ! relieving Own of Ibis undesirable! 'covering. A good dunning of kind will rcfrcHu them as much Prof. W. U. Richards of the A. C. I jii) the North Dnkola Farmer: There is no titiw during the year when work, horses on the farm need no much n�*' Flakes FARM UtJTTtilt MAKING. and Triscuit PttONE 21 LKTll BRIDGE Meats,Poultry and Game \ *rtsur|wiHs more extended If I rivcrl from the manufacture of dairy they were kopy busy At work the products. The rapid development of ; whole year instead of being put tojthdwost and the growth of town* hard work after a prolonged twiodlnnd cities draw more into dairying of idleness. 'each .season. I These conditions exist, and we � H(| existing; conditions not warrant If the horses have not been grained \ the dairy farmer of western Canada but to a limited extent during the f In putting forth every possible effort winter, the they should ho fal an in- to place a finished product on the creased -grain rntlon at least two or " market? Those living near a tciwn three weeks Iwfore the field work wlU j or city prefer to carry on n milk begin. This is especially desirable-H | trade; ihoHe near a chew factory the horses are not in very good flesh, choose to send the whole inn Ik .to the �"|>]>)y ninrkel nlTortls. tri� (live us a Piche & Miron Telephone No. 1 in any event if this is done they will he-In better shape to do their work because this extra feeding will g|V0 better tone to their muscles and enable them in manufacturer; those within reason . able distance of u creamery skim the nilik and send only the cream off tha fa rm - For those farmers who have deeid- some energy If it is possible to give ed to adopt dairying and who cannot dispose of the milk for town or cltj trade or nre not near a cheese mc � A GOOD A DDITION TO A GOOD DINNER is always to b� lietlibrulf^e beer. hud in a bottle of Asa table l*.*var- reserve. c�jch some light work during the pre limlnary period, such us teaming about the fann. it should be done by iill moans, even if it is only a dnv's work from time to time. If Utl� cannot )*� done It means that when the work n the'laud heft-ins the hor* lory or creamery prewmt conditions demand that nothing hut n Iivmiiii-/octured article should 1* s,.nt of! the farm. Two conditions in puttie-td�r demand it. One is that ..mm. -fitctnrera offer no premium to pat- ses will have tc� bt? spared until they begin to harden up. ff care in not 'romt wno wnd a high class pr/xluct. nge it \H tinsnrpaSBed. ftndntJtig a sav- j exereised at thi� time the future um�-! t''he other la that the long haul with or \o a meal that no other drink canM fulness of the horses will |)e injured In more or less uncertain railway write delight fill flavor and absolute hy reduction in flesh, so u wilt be'*'^ Anders it uuraasimnbb* to ex- jnvrity nmke it invaluable as a fciodj difficult to Ret them in condition i fwet the cream or milk to reach its product. It is bottled by tb� Letb-,again during the whole season. Their destination in .such condition that bridge Brewery and Malting Co. Ltd.,' shoulders and ne�k are apt to be- high class products can I* made, tinder the most thorough sanitary come sore ami when this once occurs j Therefore, farmers who understood conditions. it is. difficult to heal them. Here Is' dairying and are willing to cure for I athkristrra Rrmi/inrr JJ. , ^here the old adage, -An 'their milk properly arc losing every Lt/UllJIIUgU DICWIIIg QL ounce of prevention is worth apowml.dayby not making butter at home of cure/' and applies, if it can bo Those who put up a good quality of applied anywhere. (farm dairy butter have no difficulty Malting Company, Ltd FOR THE BEST SERVICE STOP AT I would recommend feeding a daily grain ration consisting of approximately fifteen pounds or oats and three pounds of bran divided into three equal feeds .You may sav why feed the bran? ttrtauae bran excellent HOTEL DALLAS Jn disposing of It ot higp prices. Many wholesale houses and retail stores in Winnipeg and other cities and towns find it impossil|p to sup  t why I'ly the demnnd for butter of ilrsi In mi ouality. regulator of the -digesAl\e Ky all mean* make" butter on the farm unless conditions an* favorable for iHspositig of the milU or cream. Adopt n s|H'oiai bif treating symptoms OUR SAT FRIENDS  Stock Saddles Farm Ha mess, Concord Harness, Straps, etc., nl ways on hand We can mmmntee. you complete satisfaction. than others; for thut reason each in- 'only. Symptom treatment la treut-| dividual may have to be fed dlffertmt-1 lnK the UUSIXT of your ailment. I.V. It is advisable, howeveu, not to and not TICK OAl'SfR Weak Stom-t feed over twenty/pur pound* of grain ach nerves-the inside uerven--uwaus jpor day; if this will not suffice look j Stomach weakness, always. Ami the jlo other sources for a remedy. In;heart, and kidneys as well, have addition to the grain ration, good their controlling inside nerves, j timothy, bromus inermiK or prairie Weaken these nerves, and you in-hny of good quality should Ih� fed .evilably have weak vital orguns. in moderate amounts, hut it is not Here is where Dr. Slump's Hestora- (Successors to Horner Jr. Hutcbinsoti) ; advisable to give them all they vlli (eat. Work horses too commonly over I load their stomachs during the* even* I'ing nieal in particular, j To avoid �ore Nhouldera aw that tive has nmde its fame. No other remedy ever claims to treat the 'inside nerves." Also for bloating, biliousness, had breath or complexion, use Dr. Snoop's Itefttorative. Write w ----- collars fit your horsey properly \ f��r my fnv ihiok now Dr. Shoop's FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. Of GOOD ACCOMMODA DON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS KATES ,$1.S0 A DAY LETHBRIDGE ���J -houldon, clo�o�.v. ,f }*� ne* , rut in -U� e0r)y 8 ^ collar should bo ^ ? ^""^ Hestorative sold hv am & Vo. D. Illginhoth HOT AND COLD WATER ALBERTA OTO ROYAL TABER, ALT A. & Lemon STOMAHI TUOI'IU-KS. Mrs. Sue Martin, an old and high* )y re�|k*etef hardeniug them. | )ujar from . . ;ynii nt an early rfnte. Atiilrtmn w' ' OWChief Poultry Yards, Lcthbrid^ Box K>7 Herald Ads. Bring Results | proves very helpful in healing iheso branded 7HT o 1 sores. |h� known by � privntoNnark. i know of no other practice that 1 reward ffiven for return of both to pays no well as to groom the workers ev#ry evening afteritheir day's work. -A . -- It it especially desirable to do this CWA8. ItKlTKR, KO. a, Letbbridge. At (hi* next mreliug **i thi* Hiiis hury council i\ bylaw wvH U� intrti -duo(*ci to refund iiuxes or Iioiium pru'v- � erty owners for planting iivu*k in I front of their property. TAKK NnTlli: thut himI.t Ui� jirnvisions *if Si'tv ^2, �ls to t*pply tn lht* Hoard Hailw. y t'�MntiHssiiMttTs for (\ut- itila, nftiM- l In1 r\j�iia l imi of tutu* wiM.K* troiti i hi- �h�ii� ol' thi� lirKl pubt In a' i mi �>|* i his init '�'., or so soon | i h�*iv;i flii ran \w (hard, for authoi-it.v to rcuistruct, lit.t int a ia a nil of u-r.t t\�8"; notice *>f which deposit is also here-by given purMtuut to the provisions of the said section, C. l>aiXK\VATKU. Hecratury* Dated this 2Mb Pay of April. A. P, ll>07.- M T > - > "3' roil SAMO. I ' 'i w ^ ^4 1 J h 1- 1. If J ^1. -v.fr �1^ For Sai�*--A correspondence coursa in good school. Owner unable \tQ go on with it. Apply toBox 0/^r*iJ^S - ^ ;