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; * ANNUAL ie Foot) * * Friday 1 5 Saturday 2 * ÿ , 8 FJ £ iTlUUUu V * ÿ October 8 2 |3, 14 dnd 8 2 5 8 2 g 8 2 2 » 2 2 2 2 8 2 ~ 1 I 8 ! 2 I ^ ! 8 2 2 8 2 5 8 2 I N 8 I » ■! v< JJ1 2 8 I 8 * » * 44 « * : * ♦ AL * 4» : 16 4» : 54c ROUNDUP BEETS 53c HIGH TIDE MINCED CLAMS l/ 2 's, 3 for. HIGH TIDE IMPORTED SARDINES 3 for. HIGH TIDE TUNA FISH 44 O' s, 3 for 47c ROUNDUP CORN 24c 2's, 3 for 54c ROUNDUP PEAS 50c 4 » 3 sieve, 2's, 3 for. 3 for 44c ROUNDUP PUMPKIN 35c HIGH TIDE OYSTERS 91 's, 3 for 5 oz., 3 for 50c HIGH TIDE TOMATOES 39c OCEAN MIST SALMON 2 V>'s, 3 for VA •> for . I 44c HIGH TIDE PEAS 61c OCEAN MIST SALMON Vs, 3 for. OLIVIA SHRIMP 2's, 3 for 34c 34c PIONEER CORN 2's, 3 for 3 for 15c 63c ROUNDUP APRICOTS MILK 2 for 2 V,'s, for ■ > - » 14c ROUNDUP FRUIT JAR SALAD FLUFFO 1 j 101111(1 . BAKER COCOA V, pound. CALUMET BAKING. POWDER Per Can_—— WEALTHY APPLES Per Box . JONATHAN APPLES Per Box. OVERALL JACKET Blanket Lined Corduroy Collar. MEN'S PART WOOL UNDERWEAR Per Pair. 49c Vs, 3 for 43c ROUNDUP GRAPEFRUIT 2's, 3 for 31c 57c ROUNDUP PEACHES 2V,'s. 3 for S ROUNDUP PEACHES 36c 79c Vs, 3 for 89c 65c ROUNDUP PEARS 2V 2 's, 3 for. ROUNDUP PINEAPPLE Vs, 3 for.-. ROUNDUP PINEAPPLE 2V,'s, 3 for. ROUNDUP FANCY BEANS 31c $2.50 68c $1.45 51c : 2's. 3 for. 5 w Extra Special Purity Stores \ An odd i ÊÊ lip ^ woman's rubbers#! Ijf and gaytees. i V 5W«*c««****<*.*»3M.c**:rj»»***»:c*3t^^ 8 8 Store No. One Vernon Crotteau, Prop. : 1 I j j i j 1 : Fred Cloutier spet from Friday to Sunday looking after business matters in Spokane. j For Sale—6 weeks old Chester White, pigs a t $ 3.00 each.—Joe LaBelle, Rex- ; ford, Mont, Box 27. 18-19! James B. Yule, from the regional I forest office in Missoula, was in Libby : during the week on forest business. ; W. H. Kemp, accompanied by his son: Avery, Art Polette and George Baker, left Monday for Great Falls to dnve, honp, three new International trucks.. Ri|v. and Mrs. R. W. Orr left Mon-1 day for Helena to attend the Synod! and Synodical of the Presbyterian, church, meeting in that city this week, j Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Brown of Nei-1 hart, Ore., spent three days in Libby j the latter part of the week, visiting with friends and looking after business in-, -tereste. | For Sale—1 Lloyd-loom baby buggy, . 1 high chair, 1 nursery chair,—Mrs. Vic Racicot. It Everett Noel has a fractured arm, I broken below the elbow, as the result j of an accident he suffered while work-! last Friday for the Vermiculite company. ■■ Mr. and Mrs. Chas. O. Rowe re turn f d , - Igf Ä iÄen^ and relatives Ln Wisconsin and Minne- 1 sota. They also spent a week at the > world's fair in Chicago. I tv, nrtrW of "Mnnw " The October number of Moose, ( magazie of the Moose lodge, cames a picture of the float of the IpcM IMv 'fhTmn This'vear Fourth of July celebration this year. Nice mention is made of the prize winner by the.mag a z in e. -| in g Kootenai Theatre Thursday, Friday and Saturday George O'Brien Janet Chandler THE GOLDEN WEST From the novel by Zane Grey A fast moving, thrill-packed western drama! Other Attractions Added Sunday and Monday Constance Bennett "BED OF ROSES" with Joel McCrca She wanted her life to be a bed of roses—but she forgot that every rose has its thorn. « Other Attractions Added Spring For Sale—Two rifles, one field Sporter 30.06 and one 30:30 Win ehester. —Ira Tester. It Game Warden Will Dorrington has been confined to his bed the past 101 days with sciatic rheumatism. The W.C.T.U. will meet with Mrs. H. M. Smith on Thursday, Oct. 19. The p r0 g ram w jJl be on "Evangelism" and p^ rs Q rr w jjl be in charge of it Work on ±e uhhy airport was sus _ pended during the past week, states Billy Farris, who has been in charge of the project. He says it will be re su ™ ed , Mrs. V. W. Weller has had as her guests during the past week her daugh ter, Mrs. C. A. Rutter and little son A n en 0 f Spokane, and Mrs. Weller's sister) Miss Daisy Hamm of Hollywood. R £ Jaqueth and Clay Parker drove r tQ Conrad Friday and brought back with them Saturday a one and a half ton Chevrolet truck for the county and a two ton Chevrolet truck for the Mountain States Power company. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Goodwin and daughter left Thursday for their home at Bellingham, Wash., after a visit withj idatives. They were accompanied as; far as Harrison Ida by Mrs. Good win s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Ray ™e, who will visit there with Mr, and • ~—~ — ~~ The Tea Cup Club The second meeting of the Tea Cup Club was held Wednesday night at the, Lois Dnear home were elected, Ä jS ces , Schouweiller has graciousy agreed! and accepted_ the position of sponsor dle ^?, ar ' Something new and some-, different was devised by the c l u b, which will be a treasure hunt on Thursday evening .The members start from the school house at G:30, r 0ll T in 5 trcasure marks until the Y reac h the treasure which will be a hot mulligan Transportation will be by means of roller skates. After the business meeting, interest mg topics of the day were discussed while the hostess prepared an appe-jt tizmg hot luncheon consisting of chick en on biscuits and date bar with whipped cream. The members will assemble at the home of Edna Mae Karnes for the next meeting, which will be on Oc tober 18. M. E. Church Rev. Reuben Dutton, district super intendent, will be here for the first! quarterly conference Saturday night. All officials should be ready with re ports. He will remain over Sunday and conduct the services. The Epworth League cabinet was en tertained at a 6:00 o'clock dinner in the parsonage Saturday night, year's first business meeting was held and plans made for a Hallowe'en par The IV. Our Harvest Home plans have been postponed, on account of Rev. Dut ton's coming, to a latejr date. GUEST TALKS ON INDIA TO JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB The Junior Woman's Club was given a rea i treat at its meeting Tuesday night when Miss Patsy Dagman told them of her year in India. She had various articles which she brought back and these were passed among the members. Miss Dagman would answer any question the girls wanted to ask. ^" 1S talk was enjoyed very much by t " e members and visiting guests, M rs. Honore Hafstead, Mrs. Harold Gompf, and Mrs. Lillian Blackford are working on a very interesting pro gra m f 0 r the year, mIbs Beatrice Larson gave a very interesting and enlightening report on her trip to Kootenai Falls with the Senior Woman's Club, Mrs. Joughin gave a talk on me convention, to be beld bere on Oc tober 20th and 2 lst, Mrs Honora Hafstead and Mrs. Vir gjnia Gompf two „umbers, with piano accompaniment by Miss Frances Gompf. Refreshments were served by hostesseSi Mrs V elma Boyle and the Misses Helen Brindley, Mallie Chap pell and Lillian Borg. ** -f -ns Under Way for Reorganization A letter received by W. G. Seims f rom the Western Loan and Building company of Salt Lake city says; "Relative to reorganization, we have submitted a clan which has been ac willjcepted by the department. They 'have now sent this plan to the several states to obtain their approval, at which time notices will be forwarded to ail stock holders to approve this plan and send in proxies a r a me eting will be called 0 f the stockholders in about 45 days, at which time a new btiard of direc ors w ni be elected and. also whatever business that may come up at that time will be taken care of." Miss Ratekin opened the meeting and the usual iorm of business was con ducted. Miss Viola Bessey, the new song and yell leader, led the girls in a couple of songs; assisted by Miss Ruth Shana han, the new musician. the AUXILIARY NEWS Ladies of the American Legion Aux iliary gathered at the home of Mrs. Ivan Rogers Saturday evening and gave her a complete surprise-, the oc casion being her birthday. r . ., , _ , , n > evening of October 25 the Auxiliary plans on having the district president here and will meet at the home of Mrs. Walter Welz, An inter esting program is planned for the eve ning. __ . T" e evening was spent in a nice so I c , w hh a delicous lunch at the 1 cl ° se - ea(d j wishing Mrs. Rogers 1 a happy birthday and many more. The American Legion and Auxiliary will give their annual mulligan feed on October 25. Mining Activity ; * * producing and shipping concentrates, bullion. or both: The Glacier Silver Lead, eight miles; south of Libby. Working the mine two ; shifts daily, and the null 24 Hours per day. They are shipping about every | week or two, a car of concentrates, showing very good gold content. Mill is equipped with a 300-ton ball mill and Fahrer.wald flotation cells. This mine is in a position to pay a dividend jrf'st the present time. : The Midas Mine, located on Standard cree k, 30 mile^ south of Libby, part of , the holdings of the Spokane-Idaho Copper Company, has been working since early spring, and is now working ; 130 to 35 men. Shipping gold bullion and, ; concentrates regularly. Plans to operate all winter. Work is under direction of Mr. Rowland King. ' The Tip Top Mining Company, in the ! West Fisher district, has leased its property to Mr. Lutz, and he has a j small crew mining and milling, using I the old mill known as the Brannigan ! mill. He reports encouraging results : ! and expects to install some additional I machinery in order to save some values I now going to waste. The Golden West, located about 351 miles south of Libby, on West Fisher i river, has been working six or seven , men for several months blocking out ' 1 ore. The company plans call for the, I erection of a mill next spring. The ore ! so far shows values in sufficient gold ; I to justify this. It seems to be only a, ! question of available tonnage. The Sylvanite Mine: This property j formerly worked by Finch and Camp- j bell, and later on by Mr. I^ibbernow, until the disastrous fire. It is now owned in Spokane and has been leased ■ to Mr. McNees, who has -operated a | 10-stamp mill with three flotation cells, | I 8nf l needs better grinding facilities and j I a ^ ew additional Fahrenwald flotation! cells, A very wide ore vein was seen I here (20 to 58 feet wide). A large cham-, I ber has been worked out nine stories. ■ Values are in gold, silver, lead. This! property shows every indication of I making a real dividend paying mine J if worked on a large scale. It is report- j ed that the old Brannigan mine has ! been taken over by some Iowa parties j and that it will be opened up very soon, | Non-Metallics The Zonolite Company, pioneer in ! this field, is shipping both crude and processed material. Demand is increas ing rapidly. The Vermiculite & Asbestos Company has built a new crushing and cleaning plant on Rainy Creek, and according to Mr. P. E. Oscarson, in charge of op erations, it is working satisfactorily This brief summary of mining activi ties in a part of Lincoln county, Mon tana, indicates that the district is in step with the tempo of the times, hav ing six mills in operation, on part or | full time, adding many men to the ) payrolls and attracting attention to our I district, (Continued from page 1) * TWO FOOTBALL GAMES HERE THIS WEEK' Libbv fans will be treated to two football games this week. On Sat urday the Libby high school team will tangle with the aggregation from Ar lee. These boys are said to he gopd. All last year's men are back on tilg team. The Saturday game promises to be a fast one. The local boys are show ing much improvement under Coach Hazen's work. On Friday afternoon the Troy team wili again try conclusions with the Libby second string. These two teams play a close game. Troy has won two battles. Red Cross Quarters Moved Red Cross headquarters were moved this week into the First National Bank building. Hereafter the room will be open for, dis tribution of supplies onlv on Tuesdavs and Thursdays, from 1:30 to 5 o'clock. SLEEP GOOD EVERY NIGHT —Make This 25c Test— Don't wake up for bladder relief. Physic the bladder as you would the bowels. Drive out impurities and cessive acids which cause the irritation resulting in wakeful nights, leg pains, backache, burning and frequent desire. BUKETS, the bladder physic, made from buchu, juniper oil, etc., works ef fectively on the bladder as castor oil on the bowels. Get a regular 25c box and after four days if not relieved of getting up nights your druggist will turn your money. Make this test. You are bound to feel better after this cleansing and you get your regular sleep. L. S. Welch, Druggist, says BU KETS is a best seller. ex re NOTICE This bank will pay interest at the rate of three per cent per annum on time and savings deposits accruing after October 31st, 1933. This in conformity with Regulation Q of the Federal Re serve Bank which reads as follows: 'No bank shall pay interest, accruing after October 31, 1933, on any time deposit (and (or) savings deposit) or any part thereof at a rate in excess of three per cent pier annum, compounded semi-an nually, regardless of the basis upon which interest may be computed, etc. FIRST STATE BANK OF LIBBY. 05-26-4 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY j ORDER OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE SHOULD NOT BE MADg. In the District Court of the Eleventh Judicial District, of the State of Mon tana, in and for the County of Lincoln, In the matter of the estate of Gilbert Browning, deceased. Ernest W. Starr, the administrator of the Estate of Gilbert Browning, deceas ed, having filed his petition herein praying for an order of sale of all the real estate of said decedent for the purposes therein set forth. It is therefore ordered by the Clerk i °f said court that all persons interested in the estate of said deceased aopear before the said District Court, on Tues day, the 7th day of November, 1933, at 9:30 o'clock A M of said day, at the Court Room of said District Court, at the Court House in Libby, County r P £ % 7 T Men's Rubberized Suede Cloth Jacket Just Received Ladies Eagle Knit Hats 2.98 39c-49c-69c ALL WOOL STAG COATS Women's Tuck Stitch Undies 3.98 to5,90 39c garment MEN'S HEAVY RIBBED-UNION SUITS Women's Rayon and Wool Hose 98c each 49c pair wm 1» E MEN'S MOLESKIN Work Pants HEAVY WEIGHT $1.98 pair Medium Weight 1,49 Pair E 2 . '4L 4/ 2 to G Yrs. 7 to 14 Girl's CHINCHILLA Yrs. COATS NAVY—ONLY ■ ■ p 2 E4Ü V/ House Frocks Styles *0 r« Its* • 9 L*f 9 1V f • i 6 L8 F* Wash Dresses I" 49c to 79c 79c •I. i . Pemiev ( o ________ 9 _ • I nr. LIBBY, MONTANA of Lincoln, to show cause why an order should not be granted to the 1 said Ernest W. Starr, Administrator of, the estate of Gilbert Browning, to sell so much of the real estate of the said deceased Gilbert Browning as shall be necessary. And that a copy of this order be JET" i/*i ELECTRIC Dining Room r i I lli X \ v Soft, medium and hard boiled eggs in the egg cooker for the children . . . crisp, brown waffle» right from the iron, with sausages and butter, for Father and Johnnie . . . toast, hot and crisp, for everybody, with perfect coffee, just right from the percolator . . . while Mother manages them all at the table. An electric fan in summer and on elec tric heater in winter odd healthful comfort while electric chime clock gets each member of the family away on time. Whether it's an early morning breakfast, or o special formal dinner, electric servants are partic ularly efficient in the f 'AII Electric Dining Room/* on MOUNTAIN STATES Wl power company published at least once a week for two successive weeks in The Western News and Libby Times, a weekly newspaper printed and published in said Lincoln County, J. E. ROCKWOOD, Judge. OC12-19-2t Dated Oct. 10. 1933.