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Cardston - Nielson – 1995 - 2003.

Collection/Fonds
United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative fonds
Source
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Collection/Fonds
United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative fonds
Hierarchy Level
File
Collection/Fonds Number
4
Series Number
17
File Number
54
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
12 photographs
Scope and Content
File contains photographs of agent Gerald Nielson, Linda Nielson, the Cardston UFA Petroleum Agency, and a biography form.
Subjects
Petroleum agencies
Names
Nielson, Gerald
Nielson, Linda
Places
Cardston
Accession Number
UF 2015.0006.0189-.0201
Date
1995 - 2003
Notes
Gerald Nielson was appointed agent at Cardston in 1985.
Source
Archival Descriptions

Cardston Site Profile – 1999.

Collection/Fonds
United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative fonds
Source
Archival Descriptions
Collection/Fonds
United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative fonds
Hierarchy Level
File
Collection/Fonds Number
4
Series Number
16
File Number
24
Material Format
textual records
graphic material
Physical Description
1 cm of textual records
23 photographs (9 online)
Scope and Content
This file was created by UFA engineering and consists of the Cardston petroleum agency site profile containing : general site sketch; card island detail sketch; island reader and light standard base detail; photographs; details of hardware and communications interfaces; an inventory of pumps, pump control terminals and card readers; storage tank inventory including notation of above ground or underground.
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative
Subjects
Petroleum Agencies
Engineering
Names
United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative
Places
Cardston
Accession Number
UF 2003.0160.0204
UF 2003.0160.0205
UF 2003.0160.0206
UF 2003.0160.0207
UF 2003.0160.0208
UF 2003.0160.0209
UF 2003.0160.0210
UF 2003.0160.0211
UF 2003.0160.0212
UF 2003.0160.0213
UF 2003.0160.0214
UF 2003.0160.0215
UF 2003.0160.0216
UF 2003.0160.0217
UF 2003.0160.0218
UF 2003.0160.0219
UF 2003.0160.0220
UF 2003.0160.0221
UF 2003.0160.0222
UF 2003.0160.0223
UF 2003.0160.0224
UF 2003.0160.0225
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Date
1999
Source
Archival Descriptions

Driver Sheldon Ouiatt, Cardston Agency – 1995.

Collection/Fonds
United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative fonds
Source
Archival Descriptions
Collection/Fonds
United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative fonds
Hierarchy Level
File
Collection/Fonds Number
4
Series Number
17
File Number
27
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
1 photograph
Scope and Content
A photograph of driver Sheldon Ouiatt of the Cardston UFA Petroleum Agency.
Subjects
Petroleum agencies
Names
Ouiatt, Sheldon
Places
Cardston
Accession Number
UF 2014.0021.0634
Date
1995
Source
Archival Descriptions

Economy Feed & Transfer, Cardston 1948 – 1948.

Collection/Fonds
UFA Photo Collection
Source
Archival Descriptions
Collection/Fonds
UFA Photo Collection
Hierarchy Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
30 cm x 20 cm photo print, printed in sepia tone
Scope and Content
The original Maple Leaf agency building in Cardston, operated by Emil Fredericks after moving the operation from Jefferson. Economy Feed & Transfer was also one of the original ventures of Emil Fredericks and the Bietz Brothers, which eventually evolved into Economy Carriers, UFA's longtime transportation partner
Names
Economy Carriers Ltd.
Maple Leaf Petroleum
Accession Number
UF 2004.0037.04
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Date
1948
Notes
Source of Name: Building name, location and date
Source
Archival Descriptions

Maple Leaf Agency at Jefferson – [ca. 1937].

Collection/Fonds
UFA Photo Collection
Source
Archival Descriptions
Collection/Fonds
UFA Photo Collection
Hierarchy Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
2 photographs ; b&w : 20 x 25 cm.
Scope and Content
E.C. Frederick's Maple Leaf agency at Jefferson, Alberta. Emil Fredericks started a Maple Leaf franchise agency in Jefferson in 1937 and in 1939 went on to operate the bulk fuel agency in Cardston. His single gas truck was equipped with a box on the back to hold drums of fuel. His partnership with UFA would last a lifetime.
Names
Fredericks, Emil
Places
Jefferson
Accession Number
UF 2002.0087.01
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Date
[ca. 1937]
Source
Archival Descriptions

The United Farmer 1983 September-October Page 13

Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
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
4
Month
September - October
Call Number
UF 2002.0053.162
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
family farm just west of Card- ston in Leavitt. He still owns a quarter section in this area and it is rented to his son. #31;Dahl and his wife are active in their church and the Cardston community. Dahl was elected to the town council and served for six years as a councilman and for one year as

The United Farmer 1977 September-October Page 12

Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
Date
1977
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1977
Volume
15
Issue
5
Month
September - October
Call Number
UF 2002.0065.0038
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
first truck driver, Charlie Quin- ton. This opened the dry freight run from Lethbridge to Cardston. When a third truck was added, Alvin moved into Calgary, but even with Alvin and the other drivers each working up to 18 hours a day, the three freight trucks realized a profit of only

The U.F.A. Co-operator 4.7, (July, 1966) Page 10

Creator
The U.F.A. Co-operator
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
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 4.7, (July, 1966)
Call Number
UF 2002.0053.40
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Co-operator
Amateur Boxing Association. He also likes to swim and golf. #31;Dave, his wife Joyce and their two sons Tim and Rod live in Lethbridge. #31;#29;#11;PETROLEUM DIVISION SETS NEW RECORD #31;Mr. L. O. Proudfoot, Manager of the Petroleum Division of the U.F.A. Co-op Ltd., recendy announced that May, 1966 proved

The United Farmer 1977 September-October Page 13

Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
Date
1977
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1977
Volume
15
Issue
5
Month
September - October
Call Number
UF 2002.0065.0038
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
petrol- eum hauling south of Red Deer. Economy was to deal directly with the UFA agencies and han- dle all the related dispatching. #31;When Sam McGaughey de- cided to sell his 10th Avenue Maple Leaf petroleum terminal location, he felt an obligation to the 20 truckers operating out of

The U.F.A. Vol. 5, no. 4 (Feb. 15, 1926) Page 15

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1926
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1926
Year
1926
Volume
Vol. 5, no. 4 (Feb. 15, 1926)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
, which last yt&r had S5 iR«3nfaei>8j h&s sent #31;in im i1 mm^$n m tMi fm* #31;#29;#11;#11;#11;WHEN you ship your grain to the Vancouver Harbour Commissioners, on freight alone you will save 114 to 3c per bushel (accord- ing to point of shipment). The necessary procedure for ship- ment is to apply to

The United Farmer 1977 January-February Page 15

Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
Date
1977
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1977
Volume
15
Issue
1
Month
January - February
Call Number
UF 2002.0065.0030
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
involves: #31;— planning of sales objectives by Agency and imple- menting a farm call program to achieve this objec- tive. #31;— maintaining an up-to-date knowledge of what is happening in the market placeparticularly as it relates to competitive policies. #31;— appointing and training Agents and

The United Farmer 1970 June Page 10

Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
Date
1970
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1970
Volume
8
Issue
5
Month
June
Call Number
UF2014.004.003
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
Creek and Stavely. #31;During the war, Dave served as a naval officer. He has made excellent use of this training in his work with youth and serves as an officer with the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets Corps, Chinook. #31;In Dave's territory the agen- cies are Bow Island, Cardston, Fort Macleod

The U.F.A. Vol. 8, no. 7 (Mar. 1, 1929) Page 15

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1929
Format
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)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
otherwise engage in the various branches of the fishing industry. A can- nery is to be built shortly at Rivers Inlet, and is expected to be running towards the end of June this year. Three hundred members have acquired shares, and it is believed that the coming season will find a big portion

Chapter 5 The Onslaught of the Depression: 1930-1935 Page 7

Author
Gord Tolton
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
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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Deep Roots, Promising Future, by Gord Tolton
that UFA would remain active provincially and under its own name. In September 1938, Herbert Boutillier of Soda Lake marshalled activist members in the Two Hills- Willingdon area, who were put off by what they saw as the UFA’s tepid reaction to the Myrnam strike. Boutillier was a natural leader

The U.F.A. Vol. 5, no. 17 (June 17, 1926) Page 27

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1926
Format
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. 17 (June 17, 1926)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
. Smith. GlelchenJ. C. Buckley. Hand HillsGordon A. Forster. High RiverS. Brown. InnisfallDonald Cameron. LacombeHon. Mrs. Irene Parlby. Lac Ste. AnneM. C. McKeen. LeducD. C. Breton. Little BowO. L. McPherscaj. MacleodW. H. Shield. NantonD. H. Galbralth

The United Farmer 1978 September-October Page 15

Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
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
5
Month
September - October
Call Number
UF 2002.0053.134
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
Agency, Ray Ferguson and his wife Dirkje, who is his indispensable and capable part- ner, can take full credit for building the business at Sylvan Lake to its present level. #31;Ray comes from a musical family and for many years was a drummer with three bands in Central Alberta. He has also been

The United Farmer 1981 November-December Page 15

Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
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
6
Month
November - December
Call Number
UF 2002.0053.154
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
Central Service, Farm Equipment Repair Shop in Holden. On June 1, 1981, Bert became the UFA Agent in Holden. #31;Bert and his wife Bobbi have two children Shala, 10, and Robyn, 7. The Schweitzers are active #31;#29;#11;members of their community. Bert is a member of the local Chamber of Commerce and

The United Farmer 1983 January-February Page 7

Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
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
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
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

The U.F.A. Vol. 6, no. 19 (Aug. 1, 1927) Page 9

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
Year
1927
Volume
Vol. 6, no. 19 (Aug. 1, 1927)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
down to business in a way they never did before when they got all their money in a lump sum and had to live on credit for the rest of the year. #31;"Sign for Profit" #31;The Innisfail Province (Ben Huckell, publisher) says that any farmer who has made a study of the Wheat Pool move- ment

The U.F.A. Vol. 1, no. 2 Page 18

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1922
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1922
Volume
Vol. 1, no. 2
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
#31;Eggs from John Martin's bred-to-lay stock, $1.50 per setting. Bittern Lake Ranch, Bittern Lake, Alta. #31;CLEMENS LOCAL WANTS 2 CARS SEED #31;and Feed Oats. Send prices and samples. P. B. Thomas, Sec, Cereal. #31;ONE JOHN DEERE 24-INCH JUIVIBO #31;Brush Breaker, One Emerson 10-foot Engine Disc

The U.F.A. Vol. 2, no. 15 (Aug. 15, 1923) Page 15

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Volume
Vol. 2, no. 15 (Aug. 15, 1923)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Corn, $1.00. You can't beat It. Order any set of three. All crates standard. Feed your harvest- ers and supply your winter larder. Cash with order. No time to lose. Quality Fruit Farms, Chilliwack, B. C. #31;#29;#11;Dr. C. E. Messenger #31;CHIROPRACrOB Chronic Cases a Specialty X-Ray Laboratory

The U.F.A. Vol. 2, no. 16 (Sep. 1, 1923) Page 15

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Volume
Vol. 2, no. 16 (Sep. 1, 1923)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
, direct to you, from CHILLIWACK, B.C. Write for price list early. Quality fruit Farms. #31;#29;#11;SILVER FOXES #31;#29;#11;THE FINEST REGISTERED SILVER #31;black foxes. Every animal sold an A-1 in quality, none better. F. L. Seach, pto Rosp Man #31;t*(Hi|,TRY AND EGOS #31;T. W. GORDON. BREEDER OF PURE #31;bred

The U.F.A. Vol. 2, no. 17 (Sep. 15, 1923) Page 12

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Volume
Vol. 2, no. 17 (Sep. 15, 1923)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
service to you write me for prices. J. G. States, Wayne. Alta. #31;#29;#11;POULTRY AND EGGS #31;#29;#11;W. GORDON, BREEDER OF PURE bred Barred Plymouth Rocks. — 12132 82nd street, Edmonton. #31;#29;#11;SHEEP #31;#29;#11;GOOD REGISTERED OXFORD DOWN #31;yearling ram, fine wool strain, $25. Ap- ply Joseph H. Steede, Kitscoty

The U.F.A. Vol. 2, no. 19 (Oct. 15, 1923) Page 15

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Volume
Vol. 2, no. 19 (Oct. 15, 1923)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
possession at any time, have other good farms for sale on easy terms to responsible parties who have help of their own. If you are interested, write James D. McGregor, Brandon, Man #31;#29;#11;POULTRY AND EGGS #31;#29;#11;W. GORDON, BREEDER OF PURE #31;bred Barred Plymouth Rocks. — 12132 82nd street. Rdmonton

The U.F.A. Vol. 2, no. 20 (Nov. 1, 1923) Page 15

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Volume
Vol. 2, no. 20 (Nov. 1, 1923)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
#31;four-cylinder tractors used as demon- strators only. You cannot buy a sta- tionary engine at the price. Suitable -for all power work. Plows included at small additional price if desired. Write or phone for particulars. General Sup- plies Limited, corner First Street West and Fifth Av^enue

The U.F.A. Vol. 2, no. 18 (Oct. 1, 1923) Page 11

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Volume
Vol. 2, no. 18 (Oct. 1, 1923)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
societies are malting a very deter- mined effort to obtain cheaper money for their members. At the present time the rat© is 7 per cent., and this cannot be low- ered unless the societies themeelvea can ob- tain money at a lower rate. #31;Last year the sum of $585,000 was loaned by the various

The U.F.A. Vol. 3, no. 1 (Jan. 2, 1924) Page 15

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
Volume
Vol. 3, no. 1 (Jan. 2, 1924)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Sunny Southern Al- berta, Canada, where the bringing of 105,000 acres of rich land under irriga- tion in a well settled district is provid- ing op. ties for double the number of people now there to own paying farms. Water now available, low prices and favorable terms make starting easy

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

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
Year
1927
Volume
Vol. 6, no. 5 (Feb. 23, 1927)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
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. 11, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1932) Page 2

Publisher
Calgary : The U.F.A. Limited, 1932
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : The U.F.A. Limited, 1932
Year
1932
Volume
Vol. 11, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1932)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
. BARRITT #31;It is with great regret that we record the death of R. W. Barritt, of Mirror, who passed away after a short illness on November 16th. He was a loyal co- operator, and a keen student of social and economic questions. His widow, Mrs. Leona R. Barritt, has contributed some valuable

The U.F.A. Vol. 1, no. 8 (June 15, 1922) Page 30

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1922
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1922
Volume
Vol. 1, no. 8 (June 15, 1922)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
charged varies from 8 per cent, to 10 per cent. In renewing your present mortgage or ol^talning a new loan we would suggest thatyou endeavor to have a clause embodied pro- viding that you will be allowed to pay at any time upon three months' notice any portion of the unmatured principal

The U.F.A. Vol. 2, no. 12 (July 3, 1923) Page 14

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Volume
Vol. 2, no. 12 (July 3, 1923)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
contracting parties to each and all of said contracts. #31;(b) That upon the first day of March, lfiH, this contract shall automatically be renewed for one year unless notice to the contrary in writing be given at Nanton by either party not later than January 1, 1924. #31;(c) That there are no other

The U.F.A. Vol. 2, no. 13 (July 16, 1923) Page 14

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Volume
Vol. 2, no. 13 (July 16, 1923)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
producers' hands, where it should be. Our association is the largest in Canada, com- posed as it is of 25 Locals. One man is now doing the work that some 15 drover buyers got a fat living for doing, (out of us). It is so easy to do that we now look back and laugh at our fears about the success

The U.F.A. Vol. 2, no. 22 (Dec. 1, 1923) Page 15

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Format
textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Year
1923
Volume
Vol. 2, no. 22 (Dec. 1, 1923)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
, #31;with gas, newly papered; 37 foot lot, paved street. West end; value $3,500, equity $2,000; will sell on terms or trade for wheat, oats, barley, baled hay and straw. Also light delivery team, dray and harness, trade for feed. Mission Bridge Feed Store, Calgary. #31;BREEDERS OF LIVE STOCKWE

The U.F.A. Vol. 3, no. 26 (Nov. 1, 1924) Page 5

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
Format
textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
Volume
Vol. 3, no. 26 (Nov. 1, 1924)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
- formative. Concluding his speech he says, "I should like to draw your atten- tion to what is before us for the year 1921We are not stopping at the year 1920, we must go on. — Our requirements for the current y«ar are very much in excess of what they were last year. I anticipate that the

The U.F.A. Vol. 3, no. 8 (Mar. 11, 1924) Page 10

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
Format
textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
Volume
Vol. 3, no. 8 (Mar. 11, 1924)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
farmer who signed up last fall and withdrew in the time allowed for that pu.:-pose is being asked to sign a reinstatement form which will, if signed and returned to this office, place him in full membership again. It is not neces- sary for him to sign a new contract, but he may do so if he

The U.F.A. Vol. 5, no. 22 (Aug. 23, 1926) Page 9

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1926
Format
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. 22 (Aug. 23, 1926)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
that they have not, so what are they after? I sa^ it is not unlikely the Wheat Pool; jf so, then (Jod help West- em Canada if they get their wedge in, #31;Stop, look, listen! Do we hear those old bones rattlte of "No truck nor trade with the Yankoe!" — the old bones which have done such

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Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1929
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1929
Year
1929
Volume
Vol. 8, no. 11 (Apr. 1, 1929)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
demanded by agrictdtural in- terests appearing before the house com- mittee on waj-s and means. An article has been going the rounds of the Canadian press giving figures to show that the farmers of the United States would re- ceive no bene^^t whatever from a hieher tariff even if it were

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