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Store No. One Vernon Crotteau, Prop. 4 Saturday and Monday PARAWAX, Per Lb. .. ROUNDUP FRUIT FOR SALAD, 10c 18c 14c OLIVES, Ripe, medium, pts. ... 29c ARION SALMON, 2 for. M f H E E Jaqueth and family are camp ing at Savage lake for 10 days. Mrs. E. P. Woodworth and son Jim mie returned Friday from a visit to the old home in Mankato, Minn. F. J. Jefferson, from the regional forest office in Missoula, arrived in Libby Tuesday and will spend a few days here on forest business. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Atchley of Spo kane are visiting in Libby with Mr. and Mrs, Don Hargreaves, being uncle and aunt of Mrs. Hargreaves. Mrs. Ethel Forstein of Baker, Ore,, who has been a guest of Mrs. Alice Farris for the past three weeks, left Wednesday to visit her mother and relatives in Grand Forks, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. Henri Vines and two sons, of Seattle, Wash., were guests of Mrs. Alice Farris and family for a few hours Sunday. The Vines fam ily were motoring from Hinsdale where they spent ten days visiting Mrs. Vines' mother, Mrs. Effie Rothiman. „ ... ,, , __ ,, NOTICE to all members: The annual I. O. O. F. picnic will be held at Pioneer Park on Sunday. August 20th. All members of the order and ^1 families are invited. Brine basket lunch with fried chicken. The committee will provide the trimmings, A nice program is being arranged The Com ^ 6 6» ! D. 0. Mount is leaving today to drive back to the old home at Peoria, Ill. He expects to be gone about a month and,' wttll be accompanied) home by Mrs. Mount and their daughter, the two having been visiting there for sev-1 eral weeks. mittee. 9-11 1 1 WHEN YOUR IN THE MOOD FOR Good Eatin t here's the restaurant for you. MenUs are carefully prepared to of fer you balanced meals. I Try us once and you will call again. Libby CREAMERY LIBBY MONTANA Foods as refreshing in the heat of summer as they are invigorating in the cold of winter. Lincoln Brand BUTTER Glacier ICECREAM DB. A. £. OSTBOOT CHIBOPBACTOB and OPTOMETBIST Office 510 Mineral Avenue Phone 462, Libby, Mont A marriage license was issued Tues day to Theodore William Graham of Libby and Maxine Mae Cross of New P? 1 * we u re married Wednesday night at the home of the groom s mo her, Mrs. Alice Graham, by Justice of the Peace Skidmore. A group of young ladies spent the, day Sunday in an enjoyable picnic on Fisher river, "fishing and swim ming and eating" according to report., The affair was given in honor of Mrs. Irene Barrett with Mrs. Forrest De Rosia, Mrs. Josephine Austin and Miss] Frances Schouweiler as hostesses. "bumped" again from his position with the Great Northern. The station at Somers has been closed and under the seniority rule in effect, A. L. McComas is tak ing the position here. Mr. McComas has moved his family here and is occupy ing the former Dr. Hamilton residence, For Sale—Breakfast set, end table, flower stand, dresser, kitchen table, sleeping bag, umbrella tent, 100 feet garden hose, garden tools, sprinklers, gas camp stove, electric heater, No. 3 wash tub, 32 Special Winchester rifle, insulated wire and light fixtures, .desk lamp, auto saw, buck saw.—Lloyd Wil liamson. Ray Baenen has been Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Boyes and daughter, Miss Phyllis, motored to Op portunity, Wash., on Sunday called there by the serious illness of Mr. Boyes' father. Returning home Mr. Boyes reports that there Is not much hope for his father's recovery, that he is 80 years old and seriously af flicted. The old gentlemen will be membered as a former resident of Lib by f or a num b er of yèars. *, , „ _ „ , „ . , M , r ' and Mrs , f ' C ,°j bet L and fam ~ ÿ have moved to Laclede, Ida where Mr c; Cor , bett wd ! continue employment *" SI f aI ma'ntamer for the G, N. TV ,amade h°pe that tit will £f nef £ Mrs Corbett s health. Mr. and Mrs. Corbett are excellent people and many friends will hope their desires will be realized in their re new location. Mr. Corbett's position here jc bein'* taken bv Ed. B. Rodgers of Wariand. M' r . Rodeers has moved his family to Libby and has purchased from Chas. Johanson the former Collinson house in vest Libby. Ural News Items J. O. Bath of the G. R. Kirk Com pany of Tacoma was in the neighbor hood Wednesday for the purpose of lotting contracts for cutting Christmas trees the coming season, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. A::ey of Libby and Mr. Alley's brother and son. of Butte were here Tuesday of last week and took back with them two little fawns that were being cared for in the neigh borhood. Jerry Fritsch and mother, accompan ied by their guests, Mrs. Forhan and children, picniced at Elk Cayon, B. C., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Webb and children accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Dock Webb of Rexford, were picnicing in the mountains and taking in the scenery at Ural Sunday. Joe Cada came up from Pipe creek Thursday evening and spent Friday with home folks motoring to Eureka in the evening. He returned Sunday companied by Mrs. Frank Olt and Mary and Otto who spent the day in the Cada home. Mr. and Mrs. Hedge Hammons and two sons visited the lady's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nelson, of Eureka Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Deshaser are the ac County Commissioner's Proceedings Libby, Montana, July 17, 1933. Lincoln County Commissioners met as a Board of Equalization, all mem bers present. Agent for the Brooks-Scanlon Lbr. Co. stated said company negotiated sale of their holdings in Lincoln Coun ty to the United States before the first Monday in March, 1933, therefore they are not taxable for the year 1933 and requested said assessment to be can celled. The Board was advised the ap plication was insufficient as it does not show when the transfer was made or the deed delivered. Mr. A. R. McKeen and Elizabeth Roe filed complaints stating they lieved the assessments of their lands were too high and requested the same to be reduced to their true value. The above complaints were contin ued until the next meeting of the Board. The minutes of this meeting read and approved this 17th day of July, 1933. Boarct adjourned to convene July 24th, 1933. D6 wfsre re „ , H E BRINK, Chairman, Board of County Com missioners. ; Attest; WALTER L. WOLZ. ■ baby son bom I proud parents of a j Wednesday of last week. I WANTED: Cook, apply at once to ferryman. . Frank Husek was home from Rexiord "mpS"bÿ n a"K!rf""rînd L MriI 0 " Mrs ' Krimer-Larson Wedding. Brief mention was made in last week's issue of the marriage of Miss ! Margaret Larson to Mr. A1 Krimer,: the wedding having taken place in 1 Seattle on Monday, July 24. | The ceremony was performed in the apartment of Miss Larson which was - lovely with a profusion of cut flow-] ers, a Baptist minister officiating. The I bride wore a beautiful gown of pale ; pink lace over white satîn. She was I attended by her sister, Miss Beatrice Larson, as maid of hetor, while the ] groom was attended by a young man : friend. The bride was given »way by j her brother, Mr. Henry Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Krimer came to Libby last week for a brief visit with the bride's parents, Mr. a 'd Mrs Ben Lar c rn, and other relatives. They later left for Detroit, Mich., intending to visit Glacier and Yellowstone parks en route. Mr. Krimer will be err v ' ,v >vpr) j next year as teacher in the Detroit I oublie schools. ^ork Started on Libby Airport. A crew of 15 L)bby ^ from ^ Pipe ereek C. C. C. camp were put to . work Tuesday clearing ground for the Libby airport The w » r £ i£ in chsrgt , 0 f jr arr i s as foreman. The site is north of the river, at the right of the highway„as one drives north and near the Neils railroad crossing. A 400x2800 feet is being cleared. tract Mercury Here Takes a Slide. During lhe t week ^ extrefne hot weather modified considerably, Last Thursday it was still hot at 101, Friday 92, Saturday 85, Monday 85, Tuesday 89 and yesterday 97, Nights have been cold with some damage done to tender stuff in gardens in low places. Saturday night the minimum was 31, Sunday night 33, Monday night 39, Tuesday night 41 and last night 54. The Birth of a New Nation. Breath-taking! Daring! You have never seen anything like it. America today dramatized in the most electrifying picture ever devised. Episodes from the story include: Two million men on the march. President made dictator! A nation aroused! A new hero joins Washington and Lin coln! "Gabriel Over the White House" comes like a. marching army to thrill the nation. At the Theatre Sunday, Monday, Tuesday. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Reported by Lincoln County Abstract Co Goldie Freeman to R. L. 'Wallace, W. D. Lot 4 Gordon Beach SI 00. 8 ol à ? 265 ga | Y rULLERWEAR Floor Enamel Wtuit floor enamel at pricnUke tbetel But remember —thete specially-reduced price» are for two week a only —from Augutt 3 to 16 (inc.). Fuilerwear Floor Enamel U the finest made. It atancU hard wear. It lasts. Doean't water •pot. And la easily washed. Many colors to choose from. Save money. Refinish your floors now. See one of the Fuller Paiyt Deal ers listed below risht away—because this special two-weeks offer will not be repeated again this year. opportunity! Imagine Fuller's finest Why waete time and money on c heap quality paints, when you can buy Fuller Paints—the paints that last!—at such regular prices as these. Buy today, while Puller pricea are etill low. Stands hard outside use. G lossy finish. Doesn't show skater marks. • FOICH A MCM FAINT. Quart n.oo LuitrtMj». long - looting in terior fin ■ Uh. Many color«. Quick-dry ing DECOtCT ENAMEL .... Fiat Hoot, tough finiab for all interior u»c*. Quick-drying. SFSXM1I VAAMttH ■ . . Owen 78 c *1.15 Fullerene Wax give* a allkcTn •heeia that bcaoliTic» as wet] a* protecta. Standi hard wear. FOUS NIMC Weat'a moat popular finiah for Interior walla and woodwork. Scmi-liutrou». Waihable. nuncio.... 65 c WAX .... Fmaad 95 c Kootenai Mercantile Company NcWS ItCIES to . I Mrs. W. C. Fewkes and daughter ; Mildred were Eureka callers Tuesday. S'* visi ' Mrs. Martin', rfativei ' t.ir betoefe^tum^CtorUy OeS 1 ; Mrs. Fleetwood of Libby was a week j er \~ R ues t at the E. E. Madden home M fs - Karl Jones and daughter Doris, j Dick Spade and Mrs. Archie Thomp - 5011 s P er, f the weekend in Whitefish. I Casper Kettleson of Whitefish was a I business visitor here Tuesday. Dorothy Fetterly of Eureka spent Tuesday afternoon in Rexford visiting her cousin, Mrs. Archie Thompson. Erford Jaqueth of Libby was a Rex-i ford visitor Wednesday. Irene Griffith left Tuesday for Sum . Yp%»sh., where she will visit friends . Dr. Church of Libby was a business. caller here Tuesday. Jack Maher of Whitefish brouuht a load of pas to the Rexford service sta-i tion Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hunsinger and nev ,, , ... Mr and Mrs. H. Kadinv spent the weekend fishing in the_ Yakt. They renort a very successful trip Bud Williams, acçomnanied by four of the C. C. C. bovs from the Trcv camp, spent the weekend in Rexford Mr. and Mrs. Matt Griffith were Eu reka visitors Saturday evening. Jack Brown, famous Glacier Park rnide, was here Friday calling on Ward Shanahan. Grover Anderson of Gateway spent , Sunday in Rexford. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson of Kalispell stooped in Rexford Fridav enroute to Femie, to visit their son, Otis Thomp son. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ward moved to Chester last week. Mrs. Harold Rose and son Larrv have moved to Rexford where they will live while Mr. Rose is emploved here. Roger and Charles Whitof of Minne apolis. arrived Saturday for a visit at the C. B Eavrs home. Bernard Edmondson spent Saturday anr* Surdav in Gateway. The inspector visited the C. C. C. camp at Rexford Friday. G. Larson left last week for Galata and Minneapolis. Jessie, Dewar of Whitefish is a guest ] at the Matt Griffith home. Bert Saling of Kalisnell was a busi ness caller here Saturday. Miss Mildred Fewkes returned Sun day from Libby where she has been a natient in the hospital for the past three weeks. One of the C. C. C. bovs from camp No, 1207 was injured by a dynamite can last week. Mr. aed Mrs. Walter Stoeffler suent the weekend in Rexford. Thev nlan on movinrr to Libbv soon, where Walt now has steadv work. Edward Griffith and Mrg. Luella Fenn of Rexford were united in marriage Wednesday evening at St Michael and All. Angels Episeonal Church. Rev. Ri.hard Price officiating. Thev were attended bv Mr. and Mrs. Matt Grif fith. The couple will make their home in Rexford. Mrs. Matt Griffith was a passenger to Whitefish Tuesday. Dell Douglas left Tuesday for Stry ker to work for the G. N. Sure Way to Suspicion Love thy neighbor and you'll b« suspected of entertaining an ulterior motive.—Milwaukee Sentinel. NOTICE OF SALE OF LINCOLN COUNTY PROPERTY. Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Lincoln County, Montana, will on the 5th day of Sept, 1933, at the hour of one o'clock P. M. of said day, at the front door of the Court House in Libby, Montana, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, all the right, title and interest of said County in and to the jloISowing described property ated in saiid County, to-wit: Description of Property situ Aopraised Value S% NE; N% SE: Section 20, Twp. 32 N., Range 34 W. NE SW; NW SE: Section 13, Twp. 36 N„ Range 26 W. Lots 12, 13 and 14 Block 5 Lukens Add. to Libby Lots 20, 21, 22, and 23 Block 19 Faust add. Libby Lots 15 and 16 Block 4 Lukens add. to Libby All of Doonan Add. to West Troy less Lots 7 and 8 Block 1, and lots 1 and 5 block 2. $800.00 80.00 15.00 20.00 10.00 200.00 Together with the tenements,heredit aments and appurtenances thereto be longing. The Board reserves the right to re ject any and all bids, where the same is less than the appraised value. Dated August 2nd., 1933. WALTER L, WOLZ, County Clerk and Clerk of Board of ag3-17-3t County Commissioners. National Forest Timber for Sale Sealed bids will be received by th Forest Supervisor, Libby, Montana, up to and including September 4, 1933, for all merchantable dead timber standing or down, and all the live timber marked or designated for cutting on an area embracing about 100 acres within sec. 14, T. 32 N., R. 34 W., and 70 acres within SEVi Sec. 6, T. 31 N., R. 33 W., Kootenai National Forest, Montana, estimated to be 1000 M feet B.M. more or less, of ponderosa pine timber. No bid of less than $2 p^r M feet will be considered. $100 must be deposited with each bid, to be applied on the pur chase price, refunded or retained In part as liquidated damages according to conditions of sale. Bids will be con sidered for any part of or all of this timber. The right to reject any and all bids reserved. In addition to the above stumpage 50 cents per M feet B. M. must be deposited in a cooper ative fund to cover the cost of brush disposal. Before bids are submitted full! information concerning the timber, the j conditions of sale and the submission] of bids shouuld be obtained from the | Forest Supervisor, Libby, Montana. * ag3-10-24 fi "? 1 V =». 193 J " d spection in the office of the County Qi erk ari (j Recorder and that the Board w yj m eet on the Wednesday im me diately preceding the 2nd Monday in August, 1933, for the purpose of fixing ^h e fj na i budget and making appropri a tions. Said meetihg will be held in the 'Court House in the City of Libby, Montana, on Wednesday, the 9th day of August, 1933, at 1:00 P. M. and that any NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Lincoln County, Montana, while sembled in special session as required by law did on the 24th day of July 1933, consider and complete' the pre liminary county budget for the current as * taxpayer may appear thereat and may ^ heard for or against any part of said budget. g y or d er of Board of County Com- ; missioners of Lincoln County, Montana. 1 Dated July 24, 1933. u By WALTER L. WOLZ, Clerk of the Board, 1 SHERIFF'S SALE. First State Bank of Libby, a cor- ; p ora tion, Plaintiff against W. N. Curtis, as ac hninistrator of the estate of Thomas D. Gourley, deceased, and J. | s Gourley and C. H. Gourley, Defend 1 ants. To Be Sold at Sheriffs Sale: On the 8th day of August, A. D., ; 1933, at One o'clock P. M., at the front i door of the Court House, in the City 1 0 f Libby, County of Lincoln, State of j Montana, to the highest and best bid- j der for cash in hand, the following 1 described real estate lying and being j in the County of Lincoln and State of ' Montana, to wit: Lots One and Two ! of Block Six and Lots Eighteen and Nineteen of Block Seven, all in the | Faust Addition to the City of Libby in the County of Lincoln and State of ' Montana, according to the plat thereof ] now on file and of record in the of- j fice of the County Clerk and Recorder I of said County. Together with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and appur tenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining. Dated this 6th day of July, A. D., 1933. F. R. BANEY, Sheriff of Lincoln County, Montana. By L. G. SPERRY, •> Under Sheriff. jll3-a3-4t * LET US DO YOUR TRANSFER WORK We will give you prompt and speedy SERVICE ! Residence I'hnne 61 -K—Office lit i BLEW 'S TRANSFER W W blew. Pro* D. P. BOYLE I CONFECTIONERY * STATIONERY CIGARS AND TUBACO » FISHING TACKLE FRUITS MEN'S FURNISHINGS LIBBY, MONTANA I .•S' vnsnsr. m \ i I VJlt à it p m m K* \. y j-i ijk Opportunities like this MAKE YOUR ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR A THRIFTY INVESTMENT f.j ill Electric Refrigeration keeps perishable foods fresh indefinitely. Such foods can be purchased on specials at your butcher or grocer and placed irr your electric refrigerator in perfect security until they are wanted. Another big saving is the elimination of food waste by spoilage. Do not delay in your purchase of an Electric Refrigerator. Prices are going up. Now is the lime to make your refrig erator investment while bargain prices prevail See your dealer today. Hi MOUNTAIN STATES POWER COMPANY Penney's OPPORTUNITY DAYS ARE HERE Buy your fall and winter needs in August PRICES HAVE BEEN RAISED SLIGHTLY BUT WILL BE HIGHER—BE CAUSE OF INCREASED MANUFACTURING COSTS INCREASED OVERHEAD DUE TO THE 40 HOUR WEEK, INCREASED WAGE SCALE AND THE PROCESS ING TAX. Draperies and Curtains NOTE LOW PRICES—BUY TODAY LUSTEROUS RAYON DRAP ERY JACUARD PATTERNS Yd. 29c FAST COLOR CRETONNE 36 inch wide yd only 15c NOVELTY MARQUIS] Colored—Plain—Ya 15c and 19c Ruffled Curtains PLAIN CENTER WITH FIGURED BORDER Pi*. B*; 29c NOVELTY DOT CENTER PLAIN BORDER PAIR 49c COTTAGE SETS IN SEV ERAL PATTERNS 69c Note the Following Items HERE'S WHERE YOUR SMALL CHANGE WORKS WONDERS. TERRY TOWELS 23x45 15c WASH DRESSES 2 for $1.00 RAYON BED SPREADS 79c FEATHER PILLOWS 69c LADIES RAYON BLOOMERS 33c CHILDRENS COTTON WAIST UNIONS 4 to 19 19c Oilcloth—New Shipment 25c Per yard HUNDREDS OF OTHER ITEMS THAT YOU NEED J.C.PENNEYCQ LIBBY, MONTANA Let the advertisements help yon make your shopping plans.