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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta "THE STORE OF QUALITY.' LOCAL FLOUR We have this year Canada's Choicest Wteat Enabling our local mill to manufacture the Choicest Flour. Try a tack. Buy early, as price is advancing every day. Of Interest to the Farmer STOttlXO I'OTATOES. By D. W. Warher, Edmonton,) Nelson d high there Is so much heat in them that it Is almost Impossible to keep them cool enough by any sort of treatment in a country like ours where the weather varies so much from warm or cold. If In a big pile and covered light enough for \v(ii'{i> weather iti winter the frost' may cut eh them before we know It. j Hut \vhnik in a narrow pit, as tut* been described, the tcmiiernture. of the earth ot> t,h.e sides of the, pit will have a great Influoooo on tho temperature of the poUtoos, Ot course the H can )k> long ami dwp enough to put In as many potatoes as desired, anil not Interfere with tho keeping qualities In the least. Select a slight elevation nnd sandy soil if pos! Bible, so as to make reasonably sure of n dry bottom in the pit. My way \ to construct the pit Is to dig dace the length wanted to desired number of bushels and the width stated above. In order to make sure thut the weight of the roof will not make the skies* cave in, set a row of commoo fence posts a-longsldc the wall, about four feet apart will do, on cither side, so a stringer con bo placed on the. top of tho posts Just even with the top of the ground on each side but do not board up the sides as you lose the effect of the earth to a large extent, in keeping the potatoes cool. Then ordinary fence posts will' do to cover with, as they nre tho right FARMERS FILL THIS IN. tn order to obtain an accurate report of the ucreage in crop this year and the yield of grain in this district tho lleruld, respectfully requests tho farmers to fill, out tho form IhjIow, sign, and rot urn to The Herald, It Is tho purpose of The Herald to publish those statements that our readers may get authoritative Informa-I tion concerning tho crops of this dlg-I trict. Any comments that tell of ' the method of securing a good crop win also bo very acceptable. Also give an cstlmato of tho acreage you will have in crop tn 1008. GOOD BARGAINS IH FARM PROPERTY A GOOD 4$ ft Grain Acres Average Acreage In crop yield for 1908 Winter Wheat Spring Wheat Oats Barley Flax Mfnlfu Total FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS Signed Tl..... -4- Section,,. Policies that do not Pay. It does not pay to bo a shirker. It does not pay to l>e a kicker, ltdoes not pay to ta"n* the j boss, hold tho, It does not pay to get .dlscourage.l It does not pay to be a weakling. It does not pay to be a dreamer. It docs not pay to be aspendthrlft. It does not pay to kick against fate. It docs not pay to wear your troubles on your face. It docs not pay to fear an undertaking. It does not pay to lot responsibilities get tho bettor of you. It does not pay to cheat time. It does not pay to cheat o.xpjr  ience. j It does not pay to meddle in other f Is what you are looking for. Then we are the people for you to have a little talk with, for we have on our lists several very excellent bargains in Farm properties. Maps and pamphlets giving full information about the Lethbridge district of Sunny Southern Alberta sent free on application. Eakin g interests. The man who works in that spirit never falls length to put on crosswise, and'men's business, make a good strong support for thoj it does net pay to waste time heavy roof. Some slouch hay or any doing your work. in sort of litter will do to put on tho posts to prevent the dirt from rattling through Iwtween them. Slough ha It does not pay to do careless work. It docs not pay to get the better y makes tho l>est liOtor for the pur ,f your boss when lie's not looking. It does not pay to l)e u coward. II. does not pay to lie sclf-Hutisfic.1. It does not pay to bank on friendship. It docs not pay to get into n rut. It does not pay to have your mind so firmly made up that nothing can chnngo it. It does not pay to put of! for tomorrow whut you can do to-dny. It does not pay to yield to temp-froHt:tntion. If I Jt does pose as it lasts hotter underground than most anything else, l'lnoe about tv|-> feet of dirt ut tho edges of the pit, and enough higher in tho middle to make a good sized water shed. Then let the dirt freeze good and hard; it will take a lot of frost to go through two feet of earth. Af-, ter it is> well frozen, if there is snow on it it will !>e all the letter. Next put on some stable manure, horso manure is l>est to prevent the going through to the potatoes not pay to sell a man tbeHfiotef Arlington j FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES, $1.50 A DAY 1 LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA f more snow falls uut on more manure'goods he cannot use. but not so much nt n time us to! it Joes not pay to nurse a grie.'-rause heating, or it will melt tho' n)ul>, snow, anil this liable to draw the! jt lloos not )inv lo \Ho slovenly in your l.ilk.npiietiraiico und manners, pay It does to give dilliriilt iis. pay to cry up toing when > on pay to misrepresent For Real Estate values PIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE -TRY- N. T. MACLEOD & CO. Lethbridge Hotel Block, Lethbridge. needed to keep the potatoes, anil can be retained Until very late in summer. You wil,l notic,. that the muiiure serves two purposes. It prevents ihe frost, going through to the potatoes and also holds the I'i'osi in M)u| the roof, which serves to make a regular refrigerator of your potato pit. Ry this urrniigcnienl the walls and roof keeps the potatoes or other vegetables so cool that I hey can be kept in the best condition. I have kept potatoes till Angus* following digging in this way. and received a handsome price for my trouble, but it is not necessury to keep them quite so late as that: as a rule new oiK-s are ready before that t inn*. I have found thut just before the new ones come on the market, if the old ones have lieen kept in this way, that it, pa.vs well for., the care taken, which really is 1,11tie if any iuur�> trouble tlian the ordinary way. which lets them grow, and by lute May or ideas, early June become lompuriiiivcly usej u -does not pay less. By way of encouraging me in compelled to lake aa outh. keeping my potatoes 'this way. the) Jt dooo not pay to look at merchants thut I have; lioen ilealingcioik neur closing time, with asked me to hold my crop until, \i does not pay to spare your ericr- the man who makes good when ho is walking down street with thousands of his fellow citizens. Hut the moment you step into the office where ho Is employed, tho factory in which ho works, the church In which he preach en, or the bedside by which he practices, you recognize him at once. Ho may be a little insignificant looking fellow*, but there is a breezy manner, about him that compels attention. He may weigh like a Taft but you forget his obesity in his abil Hy to make tho wheels go round. Ho has a swing and a step born only of accomplishment. Mo is neither gay, gaudy or garulous. Ho is neither sleepy, sloppy, nor slimy. He is man ly, mannerly and methodical. He knows when, where and why. He has tho bappy faculty of arriving at exactly tho right time and place. When he lands ho lands squarely, with both feet pointing forward- The man who makes good is master of the situation! He is not com I>elled to nsk privileges or make ap ologles in order to hold his position. He is not treated as an inferior by those who hold more responsible po sitions, pitying larger salaries, for these men know that he is using the Usual talents of mankind for the accomplishment of usual, work, t'nus uul mental power, unused, does not equul usuul mental power, used! The man who makes good never whines! Ho is never compelled to do the baby act or work the sympathetic racket. His work speaks for itself. It is the testimony of the faithful lidclity of a conscientious worker. The man who makes good is not content to rest on past accomplish, merits. Kver.v act t>i making good is incentive to further attempts in to make good. AWAY I cannot iay, and I wil.l not say That ho is dead.-He Is Just away I With a cheery smile, and a wave of the hand, He has wandered into an unknown land. And left us dreanilbg how very fair It needs must be since he lingers there. And you-O you, who the vlldcst yearn For the old time step and tho glad return,- AT KEAN'S Fresh Grapes, Pears, Peaches, Plums, Oranges and Bananas Also Honey and Sweet Potatoes When buying Confectionery yom can rely on KEAN'S Opposite P. O. 'Phone 96 WANTED A. General Servant for housework. Good wpges to the right person. Apply D. McAllister, Box 486t, L*tk-Uridge. t.f. Think of him faring on as doar In tho love of There as tho lovo of Here; And loyal still, as he gave the blows Of his warrior's strength to his country's foes.- Mild nnd gentle, as he was brave,- When the sweetest love of bis life ho gave To simple things:-Where tho violets grew Pure as the eyes they wore likened to The touches of his hands have strayed As reverently as his lips have prayed: When the little brown thrush thut harshly chirred Was dear to him as the mocking bird; WANTED Good general servant. Apply lira. C. Rnley, 612 Burdett St. to tf: O. W. KERR CO. have opened offices in the Oliver BlocK, - Room 3 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come and see the famous Magrath land, now on the market. We have also a few choice sections in Warner district, T. S. McKENZIE, Local M�n�ger. not to It does not are worsted. Jt does not j goods. I Jt does riot pay to talk back when you aee reprimanded. ft does not pay to mind other (KMiple's business. It does not pu\ to plead ignorance when in the wrong. It does not pay to mix business j unci pleasure. It does not ors  > It does not scheme. It. does not pay !v alive aud refuse pay to osk tunny fav puy to try every new to bo over-eonser-to consider new to swear unlessyou the the other potatoes are gone, for Ilgy can hold thorn Imtler than they can, Heart Strength Heart Btrenath, or Heart Weakness, mecniNerr* i, or Nei on hidden iiny nttle iiorve that reallyTi alTatTiult; ftrenith, or Nerve Weakaou-nothln* mora, i'04-tttvelr, not one weak heart In  hundred It. In It ell. actually diteaaed. It Is almost alwaye a Thii obscure nerve-tho Cardiac, or Heart Nerve -flmplj needs, and must have, more power, mora stability, more controlllnf, more governing strength. Without that the Heart roust continue to fall, and ttia jtomacti and kidney* also have these same coutrallng nerves. This clearly explains why. as a medicine. Dr. " ~ ' In the for weak and ailing Hearts. Dr. Snoop first sought the cause ol all this painful, palpitating, sutToeab lug heart distress. Dr. Bfioop's Restorative-this Herald Ads. Bring Results. poj'ular prescription-Is alone directed to these weak and wasting nerve centers. It builds; ICttrengtbens; It offers real, genuine heart help. If you would have strong Hearts, strong digestion, strengthen these ^nerves- westaBUali tbem as needed, with Dr. Shoop's Restorative "ALL DEALERS" when it is needod. It does not puy to give your nil-vice unless it iB sought. it does not pay to make men fear you. It does not pay to ignore the good will of your customers. H does not pay to be a guuubler. It does not pay to promise ono thing und do ancthee. It does not pay to miss business appointments. It does not pay to court disfavor. It does not pay to think of what might have been. It does not puy to sacrifice char-actor for success.  It, does not pay to bo so self-sat -isfied that you refuse to leurn from others. it does not pay to envy any man's success nor rejoice in his failure. It doos not pay to consider advertising an cxjienso. Tho best business men consider it an asset.- Tho Merchants' Journal v an jlhe same iliivriioii. The past, therefore, gives ini|H�tiis in the present, and stimuli! for the du.v s thai are to come. The man who makes good is always in demand, lie need not worry about positions. If. through necessity, h,. must make a change, other men in the same line uiv only loo : glad to give, him employment. There i is only one class of [leoplc who . should he compelled to hunt for work-those young men who have not j yet hail upportuhity to make good and show their worth to employers who will appreciate their ability in the work thut is congenial to their tastes. The majority of men who knock about from pillar U> post are men who failed to make good in the days when tlx- currents of life llowedsvift ly In their veins. Every once in a while you hear of a man of sixty and upward called to the kuperintendency of some business establishment, or tendered a position where brains are required rather than muscles. Such a call is a living witness to the truth. In the days of youth he inude good. When you hear of men complaining that they have no chance, explaining they ure life's uufortunutes, sitting down und lotting children support them, you may hang it on your walls as a truth thut they have wasted life been querulous, insubordinate, im practical, or have not used thoir brains for the men for whom they worked in tho days of opportunity. There is no necromancy about life! It proceeds on definite nnd prescribed rules, obeys laws, und accomplished pructical results. Ho who obeys life's law need not fear tho long, cold, barren, and unproductive years between sixty and eighty. Tuko time to study tlie livos of mon who huvo not made good. Tho man who makos good knows that his employer has a right to every minute of his time, STRAYED OR STOLEN. From Wm. Johnson's ranch, Sec. 20, Tp. A. Range 22, a black mare, spot on faoe, and white right hind foot. Branded on right ahoul- der.  $10 Reward offered for return to 10-17-2-l-.lt WM. JOHNSOX. And ho pitied as much as a man in A writhing honey-bee wot vs/th ruin- j in in Think of him still as the sumo. I say lie is not dead-he is just awo.v ! -.lames Whitcomb Riley. FOR ATK)l�TIOV. Strong healthy child. Apply to Ilox Si">. Lothbridgo. IIAND-HAG LOST. Between Rowvillp and Links on Wednesday, Oct. 1(1, containing notes and bills of about $150, and silver watch. Reward of $10.00 will be offered for its recovery, tf. Helma Peterson. A weak stomach, causing dyspepsia, n weak heart with palpitation or Intermittent pulse, ulvvays moults weak stomach nerves or weak heart nerves. Strengthen those inside or controlling nerves with Dr. Shoop's Restorative and s�v how quickly those, ailments disappear Dr. Shoop of Rncinu, Wis., will mall samples free. Write for them. A test will toll. Your health is certainly wjirth this simple triul. Sold by oil Uoulors. "Can You Sell ?" Sometimes a man defers, and then fails entirely, to advertise because he imagines that it is hard to write an ad. Do you fail to send important telegrams because they are haj-d to write > If you havo any salesmanship in you it will show in your ad. FOR SALE. For Sale-A correspondence course in good school. Ownor unable to , go on with it. Apply toBox O, Herald office. TO RENT. A sovon-roomcd house on Argyle Avenue. Apply to II. E. KELLEY, Lethbridge. 1/ real coffee disturbs your stomach, your heart or kidaeys, thon try this clever codeo imitation-Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee. Dr. Shoop has closely matched old Java and Mocha CofToe in flavor and tavste, yet it bas not a singlo grain of real coffee la it. Dr. Uhoop's Health Cofloe Imitation is made from pure toasted grains or cereals, with Malt, Nuts, etc. Made in one minute. No tedious long wait. You will surely like it. U�t a (roe sample at our store. Bold by all dealers. About tho time u dressmaker's bill has set a man back C100 or more it is easy to convince him that beauty unadorned is adorned tho most. WANTED Livo, wide awake boys in every city town and village to. sell Western Canada's new wookly newspaper, "Tho Western Homestead." Hustlers can make money. No capital required. Write for terms immediately. Tho Western Homestead, Calgary, Alta< n21. The LtfiMje taction Hart. 410 Round Street (Old Herald Office) is now open for the reception and storing of goods for sale by AUCTION Weekly Sales of fwvitsK, Etc. -Held- Frank G. Waddington AUCTIONEER MTNARD'S LINIMENT RBTUMV-SS SEUBALCIA. ;