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Ask about the Newest and Latest in Philco Radios Philco has both long and short wave on the same set at the same low prices. Try Philco tubes for your set, when replacing worn out tubes. Call us for service. Phone 77. WELCH'S Louis Hawkins was a passenger to Spokane on Wednesday of last week. George J. Monio of Troy was tran sacting business in Libby on Saturday. John Kohler of Kalispell, former Lib by resident, was calling on friends here Thursday. August Wichman returned to Libby last Thursday after a visit with rel atives in Wisconsin. Mrs. W. H. Kemp and Mrs. Walter Kemp spent a few days in Spokane the latter part of the week. Mrs. Hi Rayome and Mrs. George Smith left Thursday evening of last week for Bellingham, Wash., to visit their daughter and sister, Mrs. R. N Richard Rayome left last Thursday! for Harrison, Idaho, where he will make his home with his sister and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Art Greiner, and attend Goodwin. high school. Frank Karnes arrived home from Portland last week for a visit of about two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. ,R Karnes, after which he will return to his art studies in Portland. D Clifford Johnson came in from Spokane Saturday and went to work in the Western News office Tuesday morning as printer-operator, succeeding R. J. Williams who left for the west coast. Mr. Johnson is a graduate of the North Central high school of Spokane and says he played against a Libby basketball team a number of years ago when the Spokane quintet was louring, this district. Mr. Williams had been with the Western News for the past five years, was a very good linotype operat or and an A1 machinist and we wish him success wherever he may locate, _- MOVIE CRAZ Y This is one of his best pictures and you will enjoy it. ~ Immortal "Peg O' My Heart," the girl who inherits a fortune but who never forgets the kindly, simple, romantic things of life. Hear Marion Davies sing! "Sweelheart DarlinV' Shows at 7:30 Kootenai Theatre Thursday, Friday and Saturday Harold Lloyd in Sunday and Monday Marion Davies in PEG O' MY HEART EXHIBITION of trick and fancy SHOOTING by Capt. A. H.Haidy Veteran Rifle Expert in Libby on Sunday, Sept. 17 at 2:00 o'clock, in Shevlin Park Come and see this expert in trick and fancy shooting in action. Capt Hardy is demonstrator for the Peters Cartridge Co. Exhibition sponsored by W. N. Curtis Transcendent crabs and cooking ap- i pies for sale.—Mrs. J. F. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Homan are the parents of a daughter, bom Septem ber 2. Jeanne Barkee and Kathryn Gratbo spent a few days last week visiting in Spokane. Mrs. W. N. Curtis left for Seattle Sunday evening to spend a few days visiting with friends. Miss Mary Stuhlrciter has returned i home from her studies in the nurse's ■ i school of Columbus hospital in Great I Falls. She expects to return to resume ! ! her studies next fall. I Chicken Pie Dinner at Church of God, 1 ; Sept. 9, 5:00 p. m. to 8:00 p. m. Mrs. B. K. Monroe left Monday night for her home at Ravalli after a visit here with her daughter, Mrs. Jack I Swarens. Mrs. Monroe is editor of the 1 Ravalli Republican. Chas. Krebs and Joe Sifke came over ; from St. Regis to spend the week end visiting in Libby. They are employed in the C.C.C. camp there and, according I to report, are anxious to enlist for win ter work. They like the work fine, it : is said. Miss Grace Day leaves today for Mil- ' ton, Oregon, where she has accepted i a position as teacher in one of the up- , per departments of the school there, i The high school at Milton is a consol idated one and has a building that cost about a half million dollars when constructed a few years ago. Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Woods and^on| James and Mrs. S. K. Kilbum of Seat- | tie motored to Libby arriving the first 1 of the week and are visiting with Mrs. i Matin Davidson, the three ladies be- ; ing sisters. A brother of the ladies. Arthur Holmquist, arrived fom Helena and is also visiting here, the group having a most enjoyable family re union. It has come to the talking screen with songs, thrills, pathos and gayety! The play that has won the tears, the laughs, the gratitude of millions of en tertainment lovers. Beloved Peg is Marion Davies' greatest characteriza tion. It is so real, so heart-winning, so human that it will take front rank with the few remembered portryals of screen. See Peg o My Heart at Kootenai Theatre, Work at the Glacier mine is going ahead steadily during the summer and a car of concentrates is being shipped 10 the smelter at East Helena at least j -every two weeks. The increased price | l? old on 1110 fore1 ^ market means S 0 ™ re Pf r ounoe for ever y 0U L nC0 I of gold produced by this mine, which 1 results in an additional return of $40 ( per ton of concentrates, as the concen trates will average four ounces of gold j per ton, states J. W. Barrett, secretary, j The increase in price thus adds $ 1,600 ! to every car of concentrates. M f * attd ^ rs * BUI Jerrow of White- ! Osh are spending a few days in Rex- j ford where Mr. Jerrow is working on an extra gang. | Mr. and Mrs. Ward Shanahan were ; Eureka callers Saturday . Rexford News Mrs. J. C. Shanahan and daughter Clementine have moved back to Rex ford after spending the summer ra Fernie. Mrs. Carl West was a Eureka *_'sitor Friday evening. Mr, and Mrs. M. Artenian have moved to Stonehill. Dick Stoeffler and Walter Stoeffler of Libby spent Saturday in Rexford I visiting friends, Mr. and Mrs, Jack Fenn and daughl i er have moved to Libby where they will -[~make-4heir -home,- .. ... ; Fred Take was a business caller in ; Whitefish Friday. I Guy Truax is here relieving Vern i Carter on the hill. Wes Gregg is extra J fireman, ; Merle Nelson and Les LaByer spent ; Saturday fishing at Bull lake, The da ice here Monday night was i well attended. Mr. and Mrs. KarI Jones were din " ! ner guests at the R. G. Johnson home j Tuesday. i 'A school bus is running from Big creek to the Rexford school this year. I H. De Groot was a passenger to Stryker Wednesday. Mr .and Mrs. A. J. Beaumeister are giving up their hotel and expect to j move out soon. j The G. N. is extending the passing j track at Rexford 2100 feet. I Mrs. H, Raiding and children left j for Yakima to visit her parents, Mr. i and Mrs. Jack Havener. Mrs, Fred Marvel was a passenger to ; Libby Friday. 1 M^ior J. D. Van Hollzendorff left : Wednesday for his home in Water ! town. New York. He is being relieved i by Lt. Vensei. U.S.N. Mrs. Hank Wenzler is working at the I Beanery for a few days. Madge Melvin is soendig a few days 1 in Spokane visiting her sister Kit . Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fewkes and fam ily spent Labor Day in Fernie, Mrs. John Miller, who has been a guest at the Fred Marks home for sev eral week, returned to her home in Whitefish Sunday. R. H. Po id, signal supervisor, was a business caller in Rexford last week, Lem Collar is having his house re modeled. Marie and Ted Wenzler are spending a few days at Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Griffith made a trio to Sookane last week. Miss Ruth Madden returned home Friday from her trio to Chicago where she attended the Century of Progress exposition. Mr, and Mrs. Harry Owens and fam ily spent the week end visiting at the Douglas home. Mr. and Mrs. A. Whitmarsh are the proud parents of a girl bom Aug. 31. Mrs. Archie Thompson and daughters, Mrs. Frank Cockrane and son Billy. Art McCarty and Charles Berkmeyer were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson of the Yaak. Borrowed From Chioe A drug which has been used for bronchia) troubles In Chinn for 4,000 years la part of a new prescription In Europe for the treatment of asthma. ¥ T Buy now and reap the harvest Buy now— and reap the harvest M •! » * £SS I H Annual Harvest Sale From September 9 to 13, Inclusive BREAKFAST CEREALS Bran Flakes—Post, 1 pkp. GRAPE NUT FLAKES 1 package .... PEARLS OF WHEAT Albers, package . 19c COFFEE—Airway Brazilian Blend, 1 lb. pl ; 9c 33c COFFEE— M. J. B. 9c 1 lb. 23c 49c SANKA Coffee 1 lb. tin . ♦ * 1.95 1 bbl. $7.75 MacMarr hard wheat, 49 lb. sack FLOUR 25c CANNING SUPPLIES Certo, bottle . PIERCE'S Tomatoes 2 1 k size tin ... CORN—Minnesota Crosby 1 can . PEAS—Montana grown 2 no. 2 tins. PORK & BEANS—Armour's No. 3 tin .. LIBBY—Tiny Kernel No. 2 tins, 2 for 14c JAR RUBBERS 4c 9c Package BALL JAR CAPS Dozen . BALL MASON JARS Qt. size .. JELLY GLASSES 1 dozen . 25c 25c 1 90c 12c 45c 25c t PINEAPPLE—Hillsdale Broken sliced, 2 3 /^ tins. DEL MONTE—Tid Bits Picnic size .:.. OLIVES—Lindsay's Ripe, med. size tin. PRINCE ALBERT Tobacco 2 oz. tin. JELLO 1 'kgs. MILK—Darigold _4. tall cans for 20c 19c SOUP—Van Camp Tomato, 3 tins 9c 25c CRAB MEAT— Chatka size tins . CATSUP—Highway 14 oz. 'bottle . SALMON—Libby's Chinook, tall <*1111 . 1 13c 9c 11c 19c 19c MISSION TUNA FLAKES 25c ! ■> size 1 in, 2 for 25c PALM OLIVE SOAP 4 ft IF - . . . . ; .; ■ 25c 37 ¥ A R FI ARMOUR'S STAR L/iiIXU 4 pound package c I MacMarr MacMarr SOAP 23c Sunny Monday 10 bars ......... ! ! I The Churches! St. Luke's Episcopal Church Evening service next Sunday at 7:30. You are cordially invited to attend. Christian Science Church. The subject for the Lesson-Sermon Sunday, Sept 10., will be "Substance." Wednesday evening meeting at 8:00 o'clock. Sunday school at 9:45 a m. The public is cordially invited to all jf these services. j Church of God. Sunday school 10 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. Young People's meeting 7 p. m. Preaching, 8 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday. 8 p. m. Everybody invited to attend, REV. FRED DECKER, Pastor. St. John's Lutheran Church "The Friendly Church" I "A Changeless Christ For A Chang I ing World." ! Sunday, Sept 10th. Regular morning worship, beginning at 11:00 a. m. Sunday School, 9:45 A. M. If you have no church affiliations, you are invited to worship with us! H. L. PFOTENHAUER, Pastor. The Presbyterian Church R. W, Orr, Pastor "And God created man in his own image." If we look into the faces of the people we meet are we not often shock ed as we realize that the image of God has faded? Our bodies demand food, raiment and shelter, and we endeavor to supply the needs. The spirit—the image of God, demands attention but how easily we disregard the demand! The church is the principal source of supply for spiritual food. Our Bible School meets for study at 10 o'clock on I Sunday morning. The service for public worship is at 11. On Friday afternoon Circle A meets with Mrs. Clough. Circle B meets at the home of Mrs. Becker on Tuesday evening the 12th. I f I Pure, fresh bread is essential to every meal. Our bread is made under the most sanitary condi tions from only the purest food ingredients. You'll enjoy its fresh creamy flavor. TAKE HOME A LOAF TODAY IShTT IT POOR POLICY TO SEND YOUR MONEY OUT OF TOWN? American Rose Bakery DE. A. E. OSTROOT CHIROPRACTOR and OPTOMETRIST Office 510 Mineral Avenu# Phone 452, Libby, Mont The Western News leads In giving y nco ln County j___ news. D. P. BOYLE CONFECTIONERY STATIONERY CIGARS AND TOBACCO FISHING TACKLE FRUITS MEN'S FURNISHINGS LIBBY, MONTANA Libby CREAMERY MONTANA LIBBY Foods as refreshing in the heat of summer as they are invigorating in the cold of winter. Lincoln Brand BUTTER Glacier ICE CREAM 7 ^" Let the advertisements help you make your shopping plans. Dr. E. D. MADDEN DENTIST Office in First National Bank Bldg. LET US DO YOUR TRANSFER WORK We will give you prompt and speedy SERVICE Residence Phone 61-R—Office 1X4 BLEW'S TRANSFER W. W. Blew, Prop. Dentist DR. V. A. HANNIGAN Fini State Bank Bldg. Sandpoint Creamery Company Successors to PEND D'OREILLE CREAMERY COMPANY Manufacturers of Butter, Ice Cream, Butter Milk and Cottage Cheese. Highest Market Prices Paid for Butter Fat SANDPOINT, IDAHO.