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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE'LBTHBRIDQE DAILY. ITEKALP- Thursday. October 2T, 1910, We Quit The Business The Entire Machine Stock Being Sacrificed Winding Up The Machinery Department The Greatest Money Saver Ever Offeree! the Farmers Get in on the greatest buy prop- osition ever known in your life Kansas Rod Breaking inch. Yvitli- extra share. 28 In. Wagon seat and brake, irons. Regular at Heavy Wagon Double Single Trees Kern- -.m......... Ib. Sensible Bolster Regular Wagon Spring Seats Sub-Surface in. Tdth 7-8 in. flange. At cost S2.40 Wagon Neckyokes 95 C Wagon and Tarnished, at Wag-oil Axles JL-.- Wagon Sheep Camp Bows Boeims Coal Chutes 18 in. x 36 in., Regular price 'reduced now to Combination Stock and Hay Can be changed to either in 5 minutes. Suitable for. any wagon. Every farmer should have one. It will save' YOU. monev and. -time; Studebaker Hand Eegular Clearing pb Successors to the North-West Jobbing Commission Co. LOCAL BUDGET Chief Kilkenny went to Mac- loo-.] rrsterday morning to look-over prcs -ecti'.'e fire teams; T- E. Patteson has besn. appointed inspector' for Southern Alberta and Eastern B. C, A young daughter arrived at Mr. and Mrs. C. Donaldson's home on. 13th street, north, on Monday. R. G-. McNslIIe, District Passenger Agent of the C.P.R., came into the city yesterday afternoon from the one ot his regular visits. W. .S. Hill returned yesterday from the Pa-cl Deer country, where he dis- posed of the last of the Corses he had running in. that, country- The agricultural implements are still arriving for next year's trade. The fifth carload1 of plows this month is being unloaded at Messrs. MeM.a- iion and Qninn's V. H. Biner. of-the Lethbridse Sad- dlery yesterday after- noon from a week's hunting trip north of Bow Island. He brought one fine antelope with him. The cement walk on the south side of Fourth avenue, west of Fifth St.. south, is being torn up and according to srade, a mistake having been made when it was laid two years ago. J. C. Reid, superintendent of the Chinook Coal Company, arrived in the city yesterday morning. Mr, Reid will hereafter make Letbbridge his headquarters and will rent an of- fice and look after the coal company's interests in this city. F. C. Waddingion Ii JL, When you see you will ttmk of and wLen you think of Wmmfred you will think or Because the recent discovery of Building Stone at Wmm- ted will MAKE THE TOWN Because YOU will be wise enough to see the money there is in buying Lots in Winnifred They will be sold by ON LIC AUCTION NOVEMBER 14th at Wmmfred by indton Of Blue Prints apd all particulars from the WINNIFRED. TOWNSITE CO. Or The AUCTIONEERS Round St., city QcSckly stops coughs, cures colds, heals the throat and 23 ;