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United Purity Stores
Vernon Crotteau, Prop.
Store No. One
j Saturday and Monday
I GOLDEN WEST COFFEE,
32c
PALMOLIVE SOAP,
20c
3 for
PEN JELL,
28c
2 for
SHRIMP,
27c
Webb Garey of Eureka spent the
Fourth visiting with friends in Libbv
\t A TJ ,
kane "? >t S!' ed 10 , Spo "
^Saturday to spend the weekend
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Mr. and Mrs. Norris Adams and
son visited over the Fourth with rel
atives in Kalispell. |
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rn H ' L °g sdo , n and Mrs. Elsie I
Uood were married on June 29 by J
uslice of the Peace Haigler. |
J. B. Farris came over from Bon
ners Ferry to spend the Fourth with
his mother, Mrs. Alice Farris, and
other relatives.
other relatives.
William I. Lennon and Velma Jezick
of Eureka were issued a marriage li
cense last week by Clerk Fred Clark
and were married on July 1 by Rev.
Swineheart of Eureka,
Judson Gaige and two friends, Rich
ard Sellars and Joe Janni, of Cheney,
Wash., students at the normal, visited
the first of the week in Libby with
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Smith and
, daughter and Mr. George Ottawa and
Miss Anna Ottawa motored to Rex
ford Tuesday afternoon to visit friends
and took in the Rexford celebration.
A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs.
L. E, Hiatt and
daughter J(*yce and Morris June of
Dryden, Wash., and Mrs. Paul Peff
ley and son of Wenatchee visited the
first of the week with Mr. and Mrs.
James Harris, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Hiatt
are the parents of Mrs. Harris.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wood left
Wednesday to attend the annual meet
ing of the Montana conference on edu
cational problems, held at Missoula.
Dr. Clifford Woody of Wisconsin is to
be the leader in the discussion on fi
nance, administration and present day
school condition. The conference is to
be held July 5, 6 and 7.
son Merton and
Dr. J. W. Church
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
Mineral Ave.
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But Oh - -
So Good!
—GLACIER ICE CREAM—
what a dish to "tuck under
the belt" on a hot day. 1W
it in a Sundae topped with
your favorite flavor.
AT ALL FOUNTAINS
Libby CREAMERY
LIBBY
MONTANA
Specially
Tempting Dishes
Real Coffee
Why not have your
Breakfast, Lunch
and Dinner
at the
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1 ^ £? n 'ï? s borT1 on JuIy 1 to Mr.
and Mrs. Frank R. Sichting, on Pipe
creek -
Sheriff F. R. Baney and family drove
to Browning to spend the Fourth with
relatlves '
Mrs, Sifner, while working at her
bome Thursday, fell and broke her
arm -
Art Rosholt clerk at the MacMarr
store - went to Sandpoint to spend the
Ffaurth at home.
Miss Amo« m, f
Troy wa S g the Self Af Mil t ° f
Ratekin over the Fourth ^
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, and Mrs, A, E. Ostroot and
daughter arrived home Saturday from
50016 time spent in Kalispell.
Jack Harris, manager of the Libby
baseball team, states the team will
play at Eureka next Sunday.
Louis Hawkins was a passenger for
Spokane the last of the week going
into the city to spend the Foifrth,
A nnmKer •
in Libbv FriL Pl r/
Bear creek to trv thtir M^lr° Ut k^ 0
gold 1 ^ ™ 1 ^ washing
Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Carlson of Hel
er ! a , ™ ited ^ rorn Sunday to Tuesday
with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carlson, the
two men being brothers.
F. E. Thieme arrived here on last
Thursday from the regional office of
the forest service at Missoula, to look
after forest highway matters.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Ë. Russell and chil
dren have left on their summer's va
cation, and will visit with relatives in
Portland and other coast cities
Arthur Skrtpr t c I
,„w k b e r, a J me fr L om . s P° kane .
leg € t 0 snerîd C ° I_
enfa' Mr Mrf til ** P3r '
.' ' ,^ e€ ® eizer.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Larson and son
motored over from Bonners Ferry to
spend the Fourth with Mr. Larson's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Larson.
Mrs. Gildea of Kalispell, mother of
Mrs. C. W. Gildea of this city, left
Friday to return to her home, intend
ing later to go to Calgary for a visit
E. J. Barkee drove to Kalispell
Wednesday taking to the Presbyterian
Young People's conference Charles
Shanahan, Charles* Woodworth, Ellis
Youngs and Jeanne Barkee.
Mrs. Robert Griffin arrived yester
day from Great Falls for a visit with
her sister, Mrs. Fred Cprlson, and
family.
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Mrs. Ratekin. Entertains,
Circle A of the Presbyterian church
was entertained at the Ratekin home
June 30 with aboyt thirty present.
Among the various discussions it
was
decided that each member and "friend
who wishes too," earn a dollar before
the last meeting on July 28.
A program was presented by Mrs.
Ratekin. Next meeting will be with
Mrs. Alice Farris, July 14.
Catholic School
(Continued from page 1)
Besides those already mentioned, the
following names completed the list:
Rosary Book—1st
Stuhlreiter; 2nd
Sanders,
Prayer Book—1st prize, Leroy Carl
son.
prize, Ellen
prize, Rosemary
Posters—1st prize, Raymond Rubard;
2nd prize, James Mahoney.
Those who' received prizes for gen
eral execellence in. Catechism were:
Raymond Rubard. Evelyn Johnson,
Lome Kujawa, Germaine Schlumm,
Florence Fennessy, Dolores Becker,
Darrell Petruscha, and Peter Huchala.
Thursday evening from 7 to 9
o'clock, an exhibit of the children's
work was viewed by many.
The room was beautifully decorated
with vases and baskets of flowers. The
tables were draped with colorful scarfs
and table runners. In one comer was
the "Crib," which proved of great in
terest to the adults as well as to the
children.
The first communion class received
their first communion at' the 8 o'clock
Mass on Sunday, July 2. Those who
received were: Irene Skranak,
Raymond, Ruth Pondelick, Betty Be
carri all of Libby, and Betty Janet
Greiner of Harrison, Idaho.
Flower girls were Florence Fennes
sy, Giveneth and Gloria Jean Holman,
Colleen Gamache, Dolores Becker, Ger
maine Schlumm, Lillian Buti and Bet
ty Racicot.
Raymond and James Rubard will
serve at the altar.
The Ladies of the Confraternity of
Christian Doctrine and the Sisters
take this opportunity to thank Mr.
Wood and the members of the school
board for their kindness in allowing
them to use the grade school budd
ing. They also wish to thank Mr. Skin
ner for any assistance or services he
rendered during the session.
Jack
For Sale—Young chicks.
Rocks and Reds. Phone 10F11.
Barred
j Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Jensen are re-|
joicing over thé birth of a son on
' July 3.
j Henry Bofchek came home to spend
j the Fourth with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jake Botchek.
j Miss Frances Keller came from
i C heney to., spend the Fourth with her
j mother, Mrs. Maud Keller,
j The "Silver Cord." to show at the
j Kootenai, is one of the latest shows
and an outstanding production.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Strong and
daughter of Fargo, N. D., are visiting
at the home of Mrs. Irene Stevens.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Jewell and fam
ily went to the Lloyd Bower cabin on
Thompson lake Sunday, returning
Tuesday morning.
Edward C. Glenn and Evelyn Eliz
abeth Mayer of Bonners Ferry were
sra as ~ ay by
turn to Spokane Sunday where she is
empioyed on the Chronicle staff. I
Mrs. A. C. Herbst and the Misses
Grandjean arrived home Tuesday night
trom Michigan. Enroule home they
visited the world's fair in Chicago.'
Mr. John Weinhart and son Clarke,
L a , , , ^ brother of Mrs. James
Blackford Jr., motored here from Spo
kane to spend the holidays on a fish
ing excursion. .
Winton Weydemever and sister, Miss
| Olga, of Forline visited at the Ray :
( Rice and James M. Blackford homes
^is week. They were touring the west
f rn P art °/ the county studying local |
birdlife. Winton is a young rancher and!
a naturalist of note, his articles being
) vldely Published in ornithological and
forestry magazines. Recently his en
try ' n tbe Bomelife Snapshot contest;
s P° nsored by Liberty Magazine won
^ gTand pnZ f ° f $200 , in the h 1 ' 1001 '
picture group. In an earlier contest the,
same entry won a $100 prize. The pic-| ,
ture was a flashlight taken of the I
Weydemeyer family seated around ;
t h eir reading table at night. J
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KCXlOfO NßWS Items
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** ev - " nce Whitefish held serv
f* 8 at C C C Rexford Sun
day - Several carloads of people from!
Eureka attended. Rev. Price will hold
services again at the camp Sunday
evening, July 14.
HazeJ Akerill spent the f ourth in
Spokane.
Marie Wenzler relumed from Spo
kane Wednesday where she visited
friends and is working in the Beanery
during the absence of Elsie Blomberg
Mr. and Mrs. S. Inglegard and fam-1
dy leh Saturday for their home in ■
Portland, Ore., after spending several j
weeks in Rexfbrd visiting at the Matt!
Griffith home. While here Mr. Ingle- j
gard made a trip to Hot Springs and
to t f ke * e bäths and at Present is
mueh "^Proved in health. i
Mrs. Harry Petrie of Whitefish was !
a guest at the L- Staples ranch last
week.
Ted Wenzler is working in Whitefish,
wit}l a B. & B. crew. (
Mrs. Frank Cochran and son Billy 1
spent several days in Kalispell last I
week, where Mrs. Cochran received'
treatment for a broken rib. i
Bud Williams and Ralp h Griffith, I
who are working at Troy, spent the'
weekend in Rexford. |
The Pete Christensen family left j
Sunday for Tacoma where they will j
make their future home. !
Mr. and Mrs. Nevers and family of ;
Fortine News Notes
iwie tv , ^
Miss Viola Dierman of Eureka spent
K Mli f rr
The special school election held last
,Wednesday resulted, m a vote of 22
to 5 in favor of the one-mill levy.
A baby boy was bom on Friday,
June 30, to Mr, and Mrs. Bert Wilke.
M-o r>i i t r kk ,
Mrs. Fret! Clark of Libby was here
over the weekend visiting her mother
Mrs. Joe Greenbury, and also her
** w i
Mrs. Dick Bamum went to Kalis -1
**■1 last Saturday,
C. W. Campbell of Detroit is spend
ing a few days at the Weydemeyer
home.
twv m- tv i, o
ip w w i n Earnum ' Miss
Fay Wolff and Dayl Graves spent the
2a ^ abs P?. 1L _
Mr. and Mrs.Vic Wolff and daugh
£ R 2!:t,t n f r 1 M3 < j 0U ^n £ Pf nt
the Fourth at Geo. McGlenn s cabin
n M , en j M e ' tv J »•, vu K
Mr. and Mrs Fred Titchboume have
m< Wte d n n°a t K a
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Johnson and
ÎÎTS53P M„ d „Ä s "»r were
Jack Winkley, who spent the win
ter in Cincinnati, returned last Sun
day to his home here for a few days'
visit after which he left for Glacier
Park to take up his regular summer
work as guide.
Mrs. H. Clemens and daughter, Mrs.
R. Anderson, are here from Mullan,
Idaho, the guests of Mrs. Clemens'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nash.
A, G. Curtis treated his Sunday
school class of 12 boys to an all day
picnic last Wednesday. They consumed
quantities of fried chicken and other
good things and had a royal good
time.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Weydemeyer,
Marian and Donald, and Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Larsen drove to Glacier Park on
Monday and camped for two days.
They were met there by relatives fjrom
Kalispell, the entire party numbering
fourteen.
Rev. Omar Idso, the Methodist min
ister from Whitefish, preached here
last Sunday afternoon to a apprecia
tive audience.
Bill Steiner was home for the Fourth
from the C. C. C. camp at Olney.
Nick Aemeßseger came home from
the C. C. C. camp at Rexford to spend
the Fourth.
Alaska'« "Big" Cities
The largest towns In Alaska In order
of their size, are Juneau, Ketchikan,
Anchorage, Fairbanks, Petersburg
town, Nome and Sitka.
Half Moon spent the Fourth visiting
11 mu e home of tyr. and Mrs. Otis
re-| Thompson.
on
Dorothy Jean Thompson spent the
Fourth visiting Marian Thompson.
Ross La Byer and John Whitmarsh
ol Rexford and Dr. Caiman of Ferme,
returned Saturday from Hot Springs
where they spent the past two weeks
taking ihe baths.-
Miss
Elsie Blomberg left Saturday
tor Spokane where she will spend sev
eral weeks visiting her mother.
Mr. and
, Mrs. Jack Sky les and
daughter Jackie of Angeles ar
rived in Rexford Thursday and are
visiting at the home of Mrs. Skyles
P arents - Mr. and Mrs. Jess Sweet,
A. J. Beaumeister worked in White
*ish last week as extra engineer
Mrs. Steve Marin of Otesego, Mich.,
former resident of Rexford, is visit
i n £ friends in Rexford and vicinity
i P Ä. tw'ssr* Archie
Æjstre a/"
their car over the bank on the Yakt
I road last week. Fortunately no one
was seriously injured and the car only
slightly damaged. The ladies were able
to continue on their way to Calgary
after spending a night in Rexfbrd
Mr, and Mrs. E. M. Preston spent
the weekend in Rexford visiting their
daughter, Mrs. Alfred Hunsinger
Mrs. Ed. Arnold 8
Cutbank Sunday.
Mr - and Mrs. Guy Brock were busi
: ness callers in Rexford Monday.
_ Betty Johnson, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. 0 . G. Johnson, received a frac
^ re( i a™ Saturday afternoon when
the saddle on her horse turned, throw
' n K her. Dr. Wittes reduced the frac
ture and Betty is feeling fine at the !
P re =*nt time. She is spending a few
days visiting her grandmother, Mrs. A.
Johnson, at Fortine.
p Several of the C. C. C. boys from
Rexford spent their four days vaca
, tlon exploring the country from Spo
kane to Whitefish and from all renorts
w ere well pleased with their trips,
The 4th of July celebration and
todec held at Rexford was well at
fended and en i° yed hy a large crowd
f? t} ] e ., no ^ h of the county. The
Indian tribe from across the line with
to turn

was a passenger to
, their , tepees horses and regalia made
a colorful addition to the celebration
They camped near the C. C C camp
and were well looked over by the boys
I from the East. y
I The first event was horse '
j followed by bucking horses and
' rid ing. Some of the C. C. C. boys
i nursing bruises and writing home
. eir f?\ ks °f fheir experiences in rid
ing WI d w estem horses and steers.
, lr ^V b ase ball game followed between
Whitefish and Rexford resulting in a
score of R> to 5 in favor of Whitefish.
^ , was a we ll played game and much
en j°yed.
Next came four boxing bouts be
f^een ' ocal talent and the boys from
lha , C C C. camp The main event was
a round bout between Angus
McRae of Eureka and Tiger Moran of
Syracuse, N. Y. Plenty of blood was
!J? llIed and fRcre was lots of action.
Tiger Moran got the decision.
111 hte evening the Kootenais put
°n a pow wow in full regalia, which
w'as followed by a beautiful fireworks
d^P^Y
. Bil1 Smarts' orchestra from White
piayed for a dance later in the
evening._ ___
The boys from the C. C. C. Camp
here are planning on boxing matches
e y e . ry Thursday evening. They are also
8 dance at their camp Friday
n '8nt, July 7th. Everyone is welcome.
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racing,
steer
are
to
U,aI Ha PP coio « s
. Mrs. Frank Day spent Friday with
i Mrs. Clarence Hoyt
Dick Garder and Mrs. Tom Nelson
I 0 f Eureka visited the latter's daugh
j ter, Mrs. Hedge Hammons, Wednes
, day.
Mr, and Mrs. Pete Hemp motored
i U P frt>m Libby with Roy Dun woo die
Wednesday. Mr. Remp was rejoicing
oter the fact that he had his hay all
up before the showery weather started.
Bov has been helping him.
The Misses Bemell Livengood and
I Roberta Graham called on Mrs. Day
I Wednesday,
j
A mistake crept into the news items
i l as f week. It was Miss Josephine
Calmes rather than Catherine who ac
companied the Roses to Libby. Cath
erine has been Mrs, Pete Rose for
abou t four years,
Frank Cada and sons Joe and John,
j Nick Kambich and Jack Hunt spent
Sunday with friends in Eureka.
M iss Bemell and Roy Livengood
turned home Sunday after a week's
visit wit h friends here. Mr. and Mrs.
ssr nce H » yt •»
re
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Vartenian of Lib
by drove up to Clarence Hoyt's Mon
day.
CALL FOR BIDS.
Notice is hereby given that bids will
be received by the undersigned up to
6 o clock P. M. August 5, 1933, for the
transportation of school children to and
from the Libby schools from the fol
lowing districts for the ensuing school
year.
Libby Creek district
Coleman district
Pipe Creek district.
Board reserves right to reject
and all bids.
any
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 4,
By M. D. ROWLAND,
Clerk.
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CALL FOk BIDS.
The Trustees of District No. 4 will
receive bids for the following
struction and repairs.
Building schoolhouse on Pleasant
Valley-Fisher River.
Piping water to schoolhouse at Mc
Ginnis Meadows.
Fence for same.
Details and specifications may be
secured at office of clerk. Bids to be
received on or before July 18.
®° ar d t reserves right to reject any
or all bids,
M. D. ROWLAND.
Clerk.
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J. C. Penney Co.
LIBBY, MONTANA
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP.
Notice is hereby given that on and
after this date the partnership here
tofore existing between Donald C,
Hargreaves and Theo G. Berry and
known as the Progress Laundry, is
hereby dissolved by mutual consent.
Dated at Libby, Mont.,' this 1st day
of jluly, 1933.
DONALD C. HARGREAVES.
THEO G. BERRY.
You are hereby notified that the
Regular Annual Meeting of the share-1
on the 26th day of July 1933 ^2-00
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mayTome 1 l^forelhe 0 ^mwtin""*" "
Date this 28th day of June, 1933.
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Secretary D. & W. Mining'and Con
centrating Company, Libby Mon
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NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
NOTICE.
In the District Court of the Elev
enth Judicial District of the State ot
Montana, in and for the County of
Lincoln,
In the matter of the estate of Ole
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Safely through the critical years
OUR ELECTRIC
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The Doctor said: 'The food and
drink of your children are the
terials of which their growing bodies '
are made. Keep an eye on their milk kt
... be certain it is pure, safe .., always fresh. Watch every single
item of their food. Baby digestions are easily upset.
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Second, from the standpoint of money, it has actually coat less
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STATES ^ POWER COMPANY
MOUNTAIN
An dal, Deceased.
To W. N. Curtis, the Administrator
of the Estate of Ole Andal, Deceased,
and to Ame O. Andal, and to all other
persons interested in said estate:
You and each of you are hereby
notified:
That on the 22nd day of June, 1933,
Ame 0. Andal, heir at law of Ole
Andal, deceased, filed his petition in
this Court praying that the rights of all
persons interested in the estate of said
Ole Andal, deceased, be ascertained and
declared by this Court, and that it
be determined to whom distribution
should be made.
That, so far as known, the deceased
left no real estate, and the said Ame
aald estate in the course of the admin
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court room ^
, r00 J? thereof in Libby. Lincoln
i"™!' 1 ^ Uu î a ', 0n 7th , d ay of
Artist, 1933, at the hour of 10:00
j c ock , m . forenoon of the said
day, and exhibit, in the manner pro
vided by law, your respective claims
of heirship, ownership or interest in
said estate, and show cause why such
petition should not be granted.
Dated this 30th day of June, A. D.
1933.
FRED F. CLARK,
Clerk.
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