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The United Farmer 1972 April Page 12

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United Farmers of Alberta
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The United Farmer
Date
1972
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1972
Volume
10
Issue
3
Month
April
Call Number
UF 2002.0053.89
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
1971 - Most Farm Calls #31;Al Smith Calgary #31;Al Smith has been a U.F.A. agent since April, 1968. He once said, "I very much enjoy the bulk business and my association with United Farmers. It is completely different from the service station business and my only regret is that I didn't

The United Farmer 1969 June Page 4

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United Farmers of Alberta
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The United Farmer
Date
1969
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1969
Volume
7
Issue
6
Month
June
Call Number
UF 2002.0053.69
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
in their herd. #31;Mr. Belanger's community activities have been numer- ous. He was on the town council from 1950 to 1955, as well as serving at various intervals on the local school board. #31;He has been a member of the Ribstone Creek Co-op since it was formed. Mr. Belanger is also a life

The U.F.A. Co-operator 4.10, (November, 1966) Page 10

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The U.F.A. Co-operator
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The U.F.A. Co-operator
Date
1966
Creator
The U.F.A. Co-operator
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Year
1966
Volume
4
Issue
The U.F.A. Co-operator 4.10, (November, 1966)
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UF 2002.0053.43
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Co-operator
, Donna and David now live in Calgary. You must give Bill credit for even though it wasn't easy to find a home, he not only found a very nice one for his family, but it's also very close to the golf course. #31;#29;#11;LOCATION #31;#29;#11;AGENT APPOINTED #31;#29;#11;April 2, 1963 #31;September 21, 1959 #31;#29;#11;AGENT

The U.F.A. Co-operator 4.2, (February, 1966) Page 11

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The U.F.A. Co-operator
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The U.F.A. Co-operator
Date
1966
Creator
The U.F.A. Co-operator
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Year
1966
Volume
4
Issue
The U.F.A. Co-operator 4.2, (February, 1966)
Call Number
UF 2014.0005.0009
Language
eng
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The U.F.A. Co-operator
modern co-operative enterprise balanced independence with interdependence, self-interest with good will, and action with foresight. The co-operative movement belongs to no one nation but has its roots in the traditions of all democratic peoples. I look forward with confidence to the contribution

The United Farmer 1979 November-December Page 8

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United Farmers of Alberta
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The United Farmer
Date
1979
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1979
Volume
17
Issue
6
Month
November - December
Call Number
UF 2002.0053.141
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
The tractor is here to stay and a need is created #31;The first Co-op fuel bulk plant was opened in Huxley in 1929, sponsored by the Loyalty UFA local. Arrowwood farmers had also organized a purchasing pool in their area and became actively involved in handling petroleum products

The United Farmer 1969 December Page 8

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United Farmers of Alberta
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The United Farmer
Date
1969
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1969
Volume
7
Issue
10
Month
December
Call Number
UF 2002.0135.039
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
B.A. and organized Wain-Park Distributors Limited at Wainwright. He was president and manager of this independent petroleum marketing company until its sale in 1966. #31;Mr. Lee's business background has been ex- tensive but it seems it is more than adequately matched by his community

The United Farmer 1978 January-February Page 5

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United Farmers of Alberta
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The United Farmer
Date
1978
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1978
Volume
16
Issue
1
Month
January - February
Call Number
UF 2002.0065.0041
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
out a Provincial Charter that gave it the right to do busi- ness for its members. During the 1920's, it be- came clear to Alberta farmers that the farm tractor was here to stay and would soon replace the horse. Instead of growing their own power and fuel, farmers were going to have to buy

The United Farmer 1981 March-April Page 4

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United Farmers of Alberta
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
Date
1981
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1981
Volume
19
Issue
2
Month
March - April
Call Number
UF 2002.0053.151
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
grain and cattle. This family operation is now being carried on to a large degree by his son. Walter and his wife, Alice have moved into the town of Strathmore. #31;Active in his church, community and agriculural organizations, Mr. Risdon served on the rural power board and telephone company

Chapter 3 United and Powerful: 1910-1920 Page 29

Author
Gord Tolton
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Deep Roots, Promising Future, by Gord Tolton
Author
Gord Tolton
Date Published
2009
Publisher
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Language
English
ISBN
978-0-9811680-0-5
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This publication is provided for research and reference use only. Permission to publish, copy, or otherwise use these images must be obtained in accordance with the Copyright Act.
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Deep Roots, Promising Future, by Gord Tolton
else, a trader named Peter Pond found a sand trap of gooey tar on the Athabasca River that he found useful for patching the birch bark of freight canoes. A century later, when most eastern Canadians considered the plains of the West to be good for cows and not much else, an adventurous scientist

The United Farmer 1983 January-February Page 7

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United Farmers of Alberta
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
Date
1983
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1983
Volume
21
Issue
1
Month
January - February
Call Number
UF 2002.0053.160
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
, curl and square dance and is a member of the Royal Canadian Le- gion, the Masonic Lodge and Gaetz United Church. #31;#29;#11;William F. MacPherson #31;Bill MacPherson was born in Hali- fax, Nova Scotia and attended St. Patrick's High School. He then went on to St. Mary's University in Halifax

U.F.W.A. Board and Convention Minutes 1939-1941 Page 89

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United Farm Women of Alberta
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eng
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United Farm Women of Alberta
. Redmond were named a oorrLmittee to meet with Mr. Cam^eron at Olds, vvhere he is in attendance at the School of Community tife. #31;Protect ion Ar.ainst Fifth Golumnists (Arrowwood U.F.'7.A. Gon- f erence ) #31;^'/hereas, in Denmark, Norway, Holland and Belgium the presence of x^ifth Column Oe-mans

The U.F.A. Vol. 7, no. 25 (Nov. 1, 1928) Page 38

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1928
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1928
Year
1928
Volume
Vol. 7, no. 25 (Nov. 1, 1928)
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
located at central points through- out the Province to whom almost any farmer can direct them, or from their local station agent or the local employ- ment office which organization has 200 Toluntary agants throughout th« ProT- iaee. #31;o #31;Life is not a goMet to be drained; it iameMur

The U.F.A. Vol. 6, no. 14 (May 16, 1927) Page 39

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
Year
1927
Volume
Vol. 6, no. 14 (May 16, 1927)
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eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
belts and drive belt. Cash price $1,.500. John Deere 2.5-ft Grain Elevator, good as new With three H P Grain Growers Engine. $350 cash. L R Carison. Water Glen. Alta. #31;FOR SALEREBUILT 30-60 BUMELY TRACTOR #31;and 40-64 Runiely Ideal Thresher in very good shape. P. H. Tennis, Wetaskiwin, Alta

Chapter 3 United and Powerful: 1910-1920 Page 42

Author
Gord Tolton
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textual record (electronic)
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Deep Roots, Promising Future, by Gord Tolton
Author
Gord Tolton
Date Published
2009
Publisher
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Language
English
ISBN
978-0-9811680-0-5
Can I Use It?
This publication is provided for research and reference use only. Permission to publish, copy, or otherwise use these images must be obtained in accordance with the Copyright Act.
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Deep Roots, Promising Future, by Gord Tolton
compared and a vote to action was taken. Through the winter of 1933 and 1934 the Myrnam farmers blocked access for all to the elevator ramp. In one incident, they even turned over a wagon full of grain. After warnings from the RCMP against intimidation, thenon-delivery strikeseemed to subside

The U.F.A. Vol. 5, no. 13 (May 1, 1926) Page 12

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1926
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1926
Year
1926
Volume
Vol. 5, no. 13 (May 1, 1926)
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eng
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
at Ottawa. They can't fool these boys, and we are solid to back them. #31;H. C. FIOHT. Lomond, Alta. x 0 #31;RAISE $39 AT CONCERT Ridgewood U.F.W.A., though only or- ganized in January last, has now twenty members, writes Miss Morrisroe, the sec- retary. Meetings are well attended

The U.F.A. Vol. 6, no. 19 (Aug. 1, 1927) Page 23

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
Year
1927
Volume
Vol. 6, no. 19 (Aug. 1, 1927)
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eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Feeder. In good condition. Also cook car complete and six furrow Oliver plow, both bottoms. M. Knudson, Irma, A.ta. #31;TRUCK OWNERSSTOP SHOVELING. DUMP #31;your loads. Dependable Hoist Co., Streator, 111 #31;#29;#11;MAYBE NOT ON THE NEXT FARM— #31;But somewhere, in some of the 46,000 farm homes that get

The United Farmer 1984 May-June Page 3

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United Farmers of Alberta
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
Date
1984
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1984
Volume
22
Issue
3
Month
May - June
Call Number
UF 2002.0065.0074
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
items as binder twine, coal, fence posts, flour, salt, etc., through their locals. From this start, evolved the attempt to buy lubricating oil through the same channel. #31;The first Co-op bulk fuel outlet was opened at Huxley in 1929 sponsored by the Loyalty UFA local. Arrowwood

The United Farmer 1985 March-April Page 11

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United Farmers of Alberta
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
Date
1985
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1985
Volume
23
Issue
2
Month
March - April
Call Number
UF 2002.0096.70
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
-op bulk fuel outlet was opened at Huxley, spon- sored by the Loyalty UFA Local. Ar- rowwood farmers also organized a purchasing pool in their area and be- came actively involved in handling petroleum products. #31;1930 - Alberta Oil Consumers Co- operative formed as an offshoot of

The U.F.A. Vol. 6, no. 2 (Jan. 15, 1927) Page 19

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
Year
1927
Volume
Vol. 6, no. 2 (Jan. 15, 1927)
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eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
, coal mines, rural telephones, and splendid roads already exist. A weU settled community, no pioneering. The district is cut by three branch railway lines. Land sold on crop payments, at $10.00 to $15.00 per acre. Water paymenta spread over fifty years. Applicants must have own equipment

The U.F.A. Vol. 6, no. 5 (Feb. 23, 1927) Page 11

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
Year
1927
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Vol. 6, no. 5 (Feb. 23, 1927)
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eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
information pub- lished was not made public by the Pool for the .reason that full plans had not been finally decided upon. #31;Lists of the proposed points were given to elevator companies in order that if they so desired they might make offers to sell existing facilities. The Pool has not

The U.F.A. Vol. 8, no. 2 (Jan. 15, 1929) Page 39

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1929
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1929
Year
1929
Volume
Vol. 8, no. 2 (Jan. 15, 1929)
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eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
January 15th, 1929 #31;#29;#11;THE U. F. A. #31;#29;#11;(79) 39 #31;#29;#11;FISH #31;#29;#11;FISH GRADE LIKE WHEATFROM No. 1 TO #31;Spoiled; from Cold Lake to slough figh. We ship only No. 1 trout, 16c; whites, 12c: dressed pick- erel, He; pike, 7c. Over 500 pounds one cent less. F.O.B. St. Paul, Alt*. Cash with order

The U.F.A. Vol. 9, no. 9 (May 1, 1930) Page 31

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Calgary : The U.F.A. Limited, 1930
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
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Calgary : The U.F.A. Limited, 1930
Year
1930
Volume
Vol. 9, no. 9 (May 1, 1930)
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eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
. March, April — $30.00 hundred. Mrs. P. J. Hutchings, Box 801, Edmonton. #31;SPECIAL PRICE UST ON DAY OLD CHI'KSMay 15 to May 31. S. C. W. Leghorns $16 per hundred prepaid; S. C. R. I. Reds. Light Sussex and Barred Rocks $18 per hundred. Boxes including some of each breed $17 per hundred pre

The U.F.A. Vol. 3, no. 22 (Sep. 2, 1924) Page 6

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
Volume
Vol. 3, no. 22 (Sep. 2, 1924)
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eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
of Directors of the Alberta Pool is proceeding in the U. F. A. Central Office as this issue goes to press, but business has not as yet pro- ceeded far enough for any announcement to be made. It is understood that nego- tiations with the elevators for handling this year's wheat are

The U.F.A. Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 30, 1927) Page 31

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
Year
1927
Volume
Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 30, 1927)
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eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
cent, to 90 per cent, of horsea are in- tested with Sou and Worms. They break any horse'* energy, sap his spirit and strenijtfa, be- cause they get all tha nourishment from the food he eats. #31;Don't take chances. Give your horse a dose of A SUK-SHOT Now. Endorsed by lead- ing veterinarie

The U.F.A. Vol. 6, no. 12 (Apr. 16, 1927) Page 39

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
Year
1927
Volume
Vol. 6, no. 12 (Apr. 16, 1927)
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eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
. RHODE ISLAND Red Eggs and Baby Chicks. Select R.C) P Pens and range flock. Lyle Poultry Farm, Arrowwood, Alberta. #31;FOB SALES.C. WHITE LEGHORN BABY CHICKS May hatched, l8o each, also hati hing eggs from the same stock at 8e each; 20 per cent with order; prices F.O.B. Fena. Leshe Legg

The U.F.A. Vol. 6, no. 8 (Mar. 16, 1927) Page 39

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
Year
1927
Volume
Vol. 6, no. 8 (Mar. 16, 1927)
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eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
SINGLE DISC DRILL, #31;in good condition, $50. 16-inch Oliver Sulky Plow, stubble bottom, high lift, $25; f.o.b. Three Hills. J. B. MoCubbin, Ghost Pine Creek, Alta. #31;#29;#11;BIG TEAM TANDEM HITCH, ONLY ONE #31;on the market. No lead chains, eveners or pulleys. Perfect equalizer. Sold direct. Send

The U.F.A. Vol. 7, no. 2 (Jan. 16, 1928) Page 31

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1928
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1928
Year
1928
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Vol. 7, no. 2 (Jan. 16, 1928)
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eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
PROGRES- #31;sive manufacturer of ladies' dresses would get out a line of snappy, up-to-the-minute styles, made to individual measure? Well, your wish has come true, and this old-estabUsbed bouse is now pre- pared for a big spring business, with beautiful samples ready. No experience necessary

The U.F.A. Vol. 7, no. 3 (Feb. 1, 1928) Page 31

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1928
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1928
Year
1928
Volume
Vol. 7, no. 3 (Feb. 1, 1928)
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Poultrv Farm, OMs. Alta, #31;#29;#11;I #31;#29;#11;"LAYWELL STRAIN" S.C. White Leghorns #31;Three years successive winners Royal Winter Show, Tor- onto, in R.O.P. dajises. Special tbis monthMagnificent Pedigree Co«lierels fmm hens with R.O.P. Trapnest records of 270. 363. 256. 254, 249, 248, 244. etc.. tG.OO

The U.F.A. Vol. 8, no. 7 (Mar. 1, 1929) Page 47

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1929
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1929
Year
1929
Volume
Vol. 8, no. 7 (Mar. 1, 1929)
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eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
SUSSEX #31;from Imported stock. Buy your hatching eggs, chicks, pullets and mature stock from the nnn that has proved its efficiency in all parts of the Prairie Provinces. Our birds have been bred to lay for generations. Reports of eg; production show as high as 82 per cent, this wmter. All

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