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On Fat
Salvage
Mrs. America, God bless her, has
missed the point. She knows, 98 r -
of her, that she should save used
kitchen fats and munitions, medi
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Thursday, Friday, Saturday
September 28, 29, 30
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM
Pistol Packin'
Mama
Ruth Terry and Bob Livingston
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Overland
Mail Robbery
Wild Bill Elliot. Gabby Hayes
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Charlotte Bronte's famous novel
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Kootenai Theatre
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Workingman's
Wardrobe
Hours ajre longer—work
is harder, but your spirit is
higher because 'Victory is
in sight, and you know
you've had your share in
it. Keep on the job in
clothes that were made for
those who are "making the
goods
clothes from our stock.
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Clothing Store
Always First in Fashions
For Men and Boys
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ally a recent survey tells us that:
74% of housewives have a can of!
, used fat in the refrigerator right
now and are adding to it constantly, j
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! the red points they got for used ;
fats when they take them to 1 their
meat markets. But—most women, j
: indeed most editors, seem to think
! the fats and oils shortages is due to
i stepped-up war production and that
as soon as the shooting dies down
in Europe the situation will ease up.
Actually, until those nastÿ. little
grinning, Nipponese,
are driven back to Tokio we are
going to be short about a billion
pounds a year of fats and oils we
used to get from the palm and co
coanut groves of the South Seas.
Even in peacetime, under normal
production loads. American
uses ten billion pounds of fats and
oils' every year and imports 20 per
cent of it. !
So. you see. the point Mrs. Arner
ica is missing is that the fats she
turns in and the fats and oils Amer
icon farmers and cattle growers aie
producing actually go to fill a de
ficit in normal industrial require
ments. The only way to get enough
fats and oils for the extra war load
is by cutting down on civilian goods
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What we are asking you to do this
fall and winter is to tell this story
to Mrs. America so she will under
stand that she is in for the long
pull; that triumphant America arm
ies marching down Unter Den Lin
den won't solve the fats and oils
problern - j ndeed ' until normal trade
; is resumed in the Pacific and burned
and bombed palm and cocoanut
groves bear again, we will be short
a billion pounds a year of fats and
oils imports.
The nation's stockpile of crude
in storage tanks has been depleted
at the average rate of 2,500,00.0 bar
rels a month this year, and now is
only slightlv above -the minimum
required to keep refineries in unin
terrupted operation, the Petroleum
Administration for war reports. AI
Oil Stockpile
Is Getting Lower
though gasoline stocks are at pre
, war levels, only about half is for
civilian use. compared to 90 per
cent available for civilian use in
1941.
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25 Years Ago
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Rahlen Hastings left Sunday for
Missoula where lie will attend the
state university this coining win
tor
F. E. Williams and A. L. Morris,
1 both well
merchants of Libby, have joined in
forming the partnership of Williams
& Morris, to engage in the general
grocery business under the name
of the "Variety Grocery".
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William Collinson and Miss Mary!
Herbst were quietly married in
Spokane September 20.
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Robbly and Byron Rouse left
Wednesday to attend State College
al Bozeman. Robbly received the
! scholarship of the class of '19 which
[entitles him to a year's tuition at
the college. ' '
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Miss Bonney Hovey was hostess!
to a large number of friends of Wil
lliam Dolan at her home in south
Libby Monday night Bill leaves this
week for Bozeman, where he will |
enter the State College.
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Leonard Neuman is among the
Libby boys who left this week for
Bozeman to attend college. ,
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The following eleven young ladies
have been nominated thus far as
contestants in the big "Prosperity
Year" popularity contest, in which
the Libby newspapers will give
away cash prizes amounting to more
than $400 one month from today;
Misses Geneva Bowen, Louise
Joughin, Hazel Clark, Odessa Ab
bott, Rosella Christie, Mary Spence,
Marian Walker, Mary Wall, Min
nie Larson, Mrs. Julius Botchek of
Libby and Miss Ruth Clay of Troy.
Lumber was a California indus
try two years before the gold rush.
The gold is „about mined out, but
California trees still grow hew
wood.
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Mrs. Jennie Alverson
In last week's issue, Mrs. Alver
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Manager in Kinnikinic Camp No, |
,8011 R. N. A., Eureka. It should.
-havv b e en said that she also holds
the office of Flathead and Lincoln
County District Recorder and Re
ceiver. This information was not
'submitted at the time-—
D.-ffor Cimnlu
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Americans will not have as much
butter as they want this year pri
marily for two reasons: The supply
j s down and the demand is great,
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FOR SALE
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p or gale—Wicker baby buggy
M rs. Oliver Decker, Box 244.
industry-—_
For Sale—5'i> foot practically new
Case mower, horse drawn.—Fred
McGill,
. Fov ' Sale—Unusually nice ladies'
n * n f° saddle horse.—Sanders, Phone
20F22.
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For Sale—Table and chairs, bread
pans, dresser, saw. Phone 102-J af
ter 6 p. m.
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3- r00 m house for rent. West Lib
by; partly furnished.—Mrs. Timo
th y Müler.
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Overstuffed pre-war davenport
and chair for cale; excellent condi
tion.—See cutler.
. For Sale—Boy's all wool jacket,
size good condltlon - Ca , 11
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For Sale—Plums from the old
Gibson {Race.—Mrs. Wm. Vapder
wood, Phone 27F22. It
For Sale—Jersev cow iust fresh
is a rood ïmilv cûw-E mer Phil
ies où GlSoneS oïaee It
Ups on Glen Uneal place. It
For Sale—Heater, piece new lino
leum, odd dishes, mirror, hooked
I rug. etc.—Phone 108J. It
oil-south
For Sale — Bicycle, silverware,
electric percolator and sandwich
toaster.—Mrs, Myhr, Dalton Cabins,
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For Sale—One 32x40 Winchester
! rifIe - onc box of shells included, in
S° od condition; can be seen at K. M.
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For Sale—Year old White Hock
hens. Fine for roasting.—Art Shel
d( ? n - *'j* J 1 ! 1 - South on Highway,
Phone 20 F 6. 16-19
For Sale—Collapsible pre-war
baby buggy: 2 ft. 8 in.x6 ft. 8 in.
' panel door; electric roaster on
I stand.—R. McGrow, Phone 1Î8J. •
For Sale—About 600 ft. l'i in.
used heavy ammonia pipe. 8 fir
lengths, good condition.
Fewkes, Troy, Mont,
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18-19
One '28 Oldsmobile pickup, five
very good tiros; everything in very
good condition.—Lee Brown, on
Highway No. 2. on south edge of
town.
condition, 100 shells, 2 clips, hol
s ^ er - Springfield Auto. 22 rifle, mod
cl 87A, new condition. 2 boxes
shells,—Inquire Fred Kohler, Hi
Way Barber Shop.
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For Sale—45 Colt Auto., good
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For §ale or Trade—City of Libby
sewer improvement warrants, num
1 bers 37 to 48 inclusive in amounts
j ° f ° ne two hundred dollars each
™ lU , trade fo f r real estate or Uve
s,ock ' a car truck or tractor. Any
, S, asb Wl1 considered. Write
1 V e , y ' F u ^* der ' Amelia
Walla Wash
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FOR SALE
Patripk * r .. rriFan Prftn „ H v
Fatnck J. Uarngan property
^arm machinery .cattle and odds
and ends to ° numerous to mention.
power
drag saw, 1 mower. 1 hay rake 3 ft.,
jl disc, 1 4-wheel trailer, 1 tractor
(home made), 1 plow for tractor,)
Machinery consists of—1
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^ sec, ion drag hait ow, 1 large stump
P 1 uller - . 1 sll P . draper 1 walking
plow, log chains, skidding tongs,
iron pulleys and cable, 1 cream sep
arator, 1 grindstone, 1 cattle de
homer, 1 double harpoon hay fork,
etc.
Also about 5 head of cows and 1
bull suitable for breeding purposes.
Expect to sell other cattle on the
market.
All of this property may be seen
at the C. E. Hartsock place on Pipe
Creek.
18-19
WANTED
If your guns need repairs, see
19-22
Cutler,
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Wanted—Fresh milk goats.—Box
677. Libby,
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Wanted—Good home for a lovely
Mrs, Echo, Phone
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Wanted to buy—One pair ballj
bearing roller skates.—Cora Lou
Boggcss, Phone 143R. It
CASH FOR YOUR TYPEWRITER
Somebody needs that idle type
writer or adding machine. Standard
typewriter keyboards only. Inquire
Libby Pharmacy. 15-tf
male kitten,
20-F-7.
Wanted—Cedar poles and piling,
all sizes. Quote price f. o. b. ship
ping point, earliest shipment.—Nei
dermeyer- M art i n
Spaulding Bldg,, Portland, 4, Ore.
Co.,
1206-11
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GIRLS — WOMEN ,
BE A PRACTICAL NURSE
BIG DEMAND — HIGH WAGES
Instruction, High school not neces- !
sary. Easy to learn in spare time, i
Ages 18 to 60. War demands have
caused big shortages. Prepare now !
for this interesting, profitable and ;
patriotic work. Write for FREE in->>
Wayne School of Prac
tical Nursing, c/o Libby Box 188.
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Radio repairing backed by 221
years' experience,.Large stock of j
parts. Ship whole radio or chassis
and speaker. All work guaranteed.
—Norwest Radio Laboratories, Shel
by, Mont
MISCELLANEOUS
19tf
the war was 16.7 pounds and this
year it is about 11.9 pounds. More
people are eager to buy butter to
da - v than ever before - and in the
f ace °* increased demand, produc
t ' on tias decbne d while five per
cent tbe . American supply is go
mg to Russia, mostly for use in hos
pitals. While milk production is
higher than before the war, a great- 1
er proportion of milk is going into ;
fluid milk, cheese e\aporated milk 1
and milk powder. No manufacturer
will be_ required to set aside any
butter for government purchase in
October or any succeeding month
until spring, when production will
rise seasonally.
the War Food Administration says.
Average per capita supply befm-e
NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of County Commissioners,
Lincoln County, Montana, will re
following:
One (1), New Rubber Tired; 8 yd.
Wheel Scraper; Cable Controlled.
F. O. B. Libby, Montana,
Bids to be opened Wednesday,
October 4, 1944, at 10:30 o'clock
ceive sealed bids on the
A. M.
The Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
By order of the Board of County
Commissioners, this sixth day of
September 1944.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
ELDON J. SCHUCK.
County Clerk.
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TAX DEED
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You are hereby notified that H. E.
Survey No. 485 embracing a portion
of Towriship 36 North, of range 31,
W 5 St of the Montana Principal Me
k ' dla T J Mont . ai \ a ' m ? r * Particularly
b °« n . and described as follows:
Beginning at corner No. 1, from
^ hlcb Q ô U ,l S ' Monument
. Q q r u ? orth J 2 t degrees 59
ea st 3 .9J chains distant; thence
id degrees 47 west 2b.74
chains to comer No. 2; thence north
31 degrees 20' east 11.30 chains to
corner No. 3; thence south 20 de
grees 18 west 30.07 chains to cor
ner No. 4: thence north 89 degrees
45' west 25.87 chains to corner No.
5; thence north 21' west 52.40 chains
to corner No. 6; thence south 89 de
grees 34 ' east 32.70 chains to cor
ner No. 1, the place of beginning.
containing 157.56 acres, according
official Plat of Survey of
said lands, all situate, lying and be
ing in Lincoln County, Montana,
To Whom It May Concern:
For Sale
Henry Crippen place on Boh
Tail. For price and further
details see me.
6 room house Q block from
school, modern; $500.00 down,
bai. $25.00 per month.
E. A. Rice ranch, stock and
all equipment.
4 rooms modern, 3 blocks
from
$1050.00 down, Bal. on terms.
school.
Minn. Ave.;
J. A. KRALL,
Real Estate
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was sold to Lincoln County, Mon- 1
tana, on the 19th day of July, 1939,1
for delinquent taxes for the year 1
1938, amounting on that date with
penalty and costs, to the sum of;
seventeen and 16/100 dollars '
($17.16), and on the 18th day of
September, 1944, the certificate of ;
said tax sale was duly assigned to
„Albert E. Watt of Troy, Montana,
and that the amount paid by him to
' the County Treasurer of Lincoln
County, Montana, for said assign-!
ment, together with all subsequent
taxes, penalties, costs and interest
amounted to one hundred fifty-three
and 70/100 dolars ($153.70), and
that said Albert E. Watt is now the
owner and holder of said Tax Sale
Certificate and no redemption has
been made,
You are further notified that in
order to redeem said land from the
tax sale, the redemptioner must pay
the sum one hundred fifty-three and
H. B. Wallace Real Estate
Licensed Broker
Why work out by the day to support a ranch^
We have some of the top ranches of Lincoln County
listed where it is not only possible to make a living
but make money too. Two additional top listings this
week .... well located, improved, excellent build
ings .... with plenty summer range, meadow , . . *.
one has running water, full bath, electricity ....
priced right.
An outside correspondent writes:
"As partners, we are anxious to buy a legitimate,
respectable, and successful business of some kind in
a good Western Montana town. We have about
$12,000.00 cash to pay down on a good enterprise."
We have the "good Western Montana town". Let
us have your suggestions about interesting these
people.
See us about vacant city lots, business, income and
residence property.
70/10D dollars ($153.70), together
with interest at the rate of eight
per cent per annum from Septem
her 18, 1944, plus three dollars
($3.00) filing fee.
You are further notified that said
Elbert E. Watt will on fourteenth
day of December* 1944, at ten
1 o'clock in the morning of said day.
apply to the County Treasurer of
> Lincoln County. Montana for a tax
1 deed to the property above de
scribed, at his office in the court
house in the City of Libby, Mon
tana, and the right of redemption
will expire at said time.
j Dated at Libby, Montana, this
twenty-first day of September, 1944.
ALBERT E. WATT,
; Applicant and owner of Tax Sale
Certificate.
Address: Troy, Montana.
By OLIVER PHILLIPS,
Attorney,
Montana.
His
Address:
Libby.
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