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FOR SALE Baby Chicks $16.00 per 100, $2.00 deposit per 100 U. S. approved and Pullorum tested. Bitney's Poultry, Kalispell, Mont. 37-18c For Sale—Tested milk cows. Come have your pick. Phone 27F22, Wm. Vanderw'ood. Logging and Farm harness, saddles, riding bridles, repairs at Bonners Ferry Harness Shop, Bonners Ferry, 41-2x Idaho. imiiiiuiiitiiiiiitimiiiHiiiitfHuiiiHiiiuuiiuiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Thursday - Friday - Saturday March 7-8-9 JOHN GARFIELD - DANE CLARK -m 'Pride of the Marines', The True Story of A1 Schmid. Marine __ . , , .... ,, , „ ... Merne Melody - Bashful Buzzard I ! Sunday and Monday March 10 and 11 j j j Guest Wife a n -starring CLAUDETTE COLBERT and DON AMECHE It takes a smart girl to know her own husband ! ! ! -FOX NEWI Terry Toon - "Mighty Mouse Meets Bad Bill Bunion" Tuesday and Wednesday March 12 and 13 II The Pichire of Dorian Gray -with 11 GEORGE SANDERS and HURD HATFIELD Based on Oscar Wilde's daring story "SPEAKING OF ANIMALS" "TALK OF THE TOWN" ; I I Kootenai Theatre llllIllltllilllllllllllllllllllillllllillillllfailllilllflllllillllllllllllKmilillllllllllllimnM Wear the Coat of the Future Today! \JU c ? The Topcoat with Comfort-Control* s * /'.COSTKMfT \\ ! l! iH, 1 \ 0IMTC I JP ■'ey' >. ÿ.Ç. 4, Vi S' Ar 4 v < TO *, t.i y\ wSßfSisfci!)'.''* 'M > rnsfmmm . ■m mi A <■: ■if . w M: Wmilm ep $ 32 * If »g U S. Pa* O*. mM ■> : 1 For «mart « ty le and comfort in any weather. Crest knit gives you Comfort • Control,* (ability to sclf-adapt to any weather, and resist wrinkles!) For your love of luxury, Crcstknit precision-tailoring, and a casual styling that gives your Creslknil Coal an air of elegance. In exclusive nil-wool Oestknit Cheviot Tweeds and Cre-ikmt Fleeces. Exclusively Here Miller's Clothing Store "Always First in Fashion For Men and Boys' — T For Sale—No. 5 Underwood type-1 writer. H. B. Wallace Real Estate. I 1c ! Rainbow Rummage Sale, Saturday March 9, 9:00 A. M., Community j Room. 1c For Sale—Kitchen range, good con dition, reasonable. Frank Ayotte. 42-2x - Kitchen Stove, good con 42-3x For Sal dition. Daniel Zajanc. For Sale—6 meat rabbits, 1 well pump with power jack attachment: 1 electric fence unit; 1 centrifugal j irrigation power pump. Robert Morrison, Star Route. lx I For Sale—1941 Ford Sedan, 5 good tires. J. L. Hurst, Eureka. lx For Sale—Dark Brown steel ward robe, in good condition, about five : Phone 138R.— , ...Troy. feet by 18 inches. Mrs. Ben Larsen. For Sale:—One New Internationa] Harvester Cream Separator, Size No. 3. G. F. Dierman, dealer, Eur eka. 1c For Sale—Three second-hand kit- 1 chen ranges in good condition, Phone 159M or write Box 913. Mrs. ! Chas. H, Myers. Libby. lx For Sale—Young calves, and four yearling heifers. Joe Talsma. For Sale—Young well broken work horses: a two wheel trailer and a two section spring tooth.— Walter Jackson, Eureka, Mont. 42-2c For Sale—One round oak dining room table, ope corn planter, 24 feet furnace pipe, fruit jars, one lib rary table, and other items.—Mrs. . Jane McGlenn, Eureka, Mont. lc (For Sale—New modern six-room house with four lots and small ad ditional tract of land. Full base ment and furnace. Fruit trees, raspberry patch, new strawberry bed: also chicken house and chicken | yard.—Mrs. Jane L. McGlenn. Eur-1 eka, Montana. lc ^ For Sale or Trade for car —1937 j Chev. 1*2 ton 2-speed rear axle j truck. Phone 20R.—Harry Brinton. lx For Sale —1930 Chev. Coupe with j good tires and chains. Block, gen- ■ erator. starter and manifold all for j 11930 Chev, Homer Garren. lx For Sale—8-foot extension table. bench wringer, rag carpet and strips, 1214 Montana Ave. For Sale—1933 Chev. Coach, :_ tires, heater, in first class repair. $350.00. George Elsass, Eureka. 42-2x new MISCELLANEOUS Expert hosiery mending, 35c per run. 1309 Mineral Ave., Box 826, Phone 98R. 40-tf Wanted to Buy—Have cash buyers or T sl ?' 1 1 a ^ m cdium-sized homes in b by. H. B. Wallace Real Es täte. Phone 93. 1c. Care for children afternoon and evening. Phone 158W. 1c WANTED Wanted—A light team, gentle, well r , e * weight between ten and twelve hundred lbs not over 10 yrs. old. Write Emil Arensmeyer. 42-2x YOU WANT SERVICE -We sell and SERVICE Electrical Equipment # Refrigeration • Lighting # Wiring # Motors # Pumps • Signs Partlow Electric Co. Next to Postoffice m DEALER PHONE 182 NEW DELIVERIES ON TUESDAY and FRIDAY /BURGAN'S FOOD ST0RES< LOW PRICES! New and "scarce items are arriving weekly — Our tempting variety will help you serve tasty, nutritious, satisfy ing meals — Many more lower priced items on our shelves .... FRIDAY - SATURDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY TENDER and CRISP GREEN CELERY Per Pound VAN CAMPS IMPROVED HOMINY Just Arrived, can 10c SALAD DRESSING 17c TANG 25c Pint Jar ARIZONA SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT Per Pound BURGAN'S BEST COFFEE 2 lbs. 7c 55c 6-Box Cartons MATCHES 25c CLEANSER . SUNBRITE Safe and Speedy . PEARS Westpeak, 2 V« Per Carton ... EGGS, LARGE GRADE A Per dozen CALUMET Baking Powder, lb. 44c 5c SCHILLINGSCOFFEE 22C 65c 34c can 2 lb. jars, drip or regular CORN STARCH Amaizo, 3 pkgs. TOMATO JUICE Pierces, 2 cans 25c 23c GREEN BEANS 27c Tempting, No. 2 cans, 2 for GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Florida, 2 TOMATO SOUP Campbell's, can 9c 29c t cans KIDNEY BEANS 15c CATSUP Pierces, 2 bottles CRACKERS Soda or Grahams, 2 lbs. 33c 31c New Orleans Style, 20-oz. can PANCAKE FLOUR 73c ALL-BRAN Kelloggs, 10-oz., 2 pkgs. . 25c Tasty Golden Bantam CORN Whole Kernel, 12-oz. can . Centennial - for real hot cakes -10 lbs.. 15 c POPPED WHEAT 6-oz. Cello, 2 bags . COCOA ■Sc 10c Our Mothers - cooking or baking - lb_ SHREDDED WHEAT 1009c Whole W'heat, pkg. . 11c MEAT BALLS Haley's, 16-oz. can IVORY SOAP 32c 19c 3 bars CHEEZ-IT Cheese Wafers, 2 pkgs. 25c PRUNE PLUMS Ida Dell, 29-oz. 20c can .. SUPER SUDS 23 C RICE KRISPIES Kelloggs, 2 pkgs. MONTANA PEAS Bocanco, 2 20-oz. cans 25c 27 c 24-oz. pkg., each MIXED COOKIES Plain and Filled Per. lb. COMFORT TISSUE Family Pack of 4 Rolls . KEEP VARIETY O* YOUR 29c 35c Prepare your own Chinese Dishes SOY SAUCE Per bottle ... 20c CHOW MEIN NOODLES Chinese Maid, can BEAN SPROUTS Chinese Maid, can . O 19C SILVER SALMON Per pound .. BULK OYSTERS Per Pint . 40c 70c CHOP SUEY Vegetables, 19-oz. can 40c 20c CHICKEN HALIBUT Per pound .. KIPPERED SALMON Per pound . 40c 60c FRESH SHRIMP LENTEN SPECIALS SELECTED MEATS— 25c Pink Salmon, lb. can j HAMS, Armour's Star Half or Whole, lb. . PICNIC HAMS Sugar Cured, lb. PURE PORK LINKS ! Per pound . BEEF ROASTS Armours C*t lb. BREAST 'O VEAL Per pound . LUNCHEON MEAT Special, 6 lb. can 38c 28c SOCKEYE SALMON Alaska Red, lb. can 45c KRAFT DINNER Per. Pkg. 12C 32c 20c SARDINES 29c 40c 240 California Pilchard's, 15-oz. cans, 2 for .... Wanted: — Rubber Tired, concrete wheelbarrow. F. E. DaggetU 41-2x Wanted to Rent—3 or 4 rooms with bath, partly furnished. Write to Mrs. M. Madison. Box 997, Libby. lx Wanted to Buy—TWo roosters, (a white Leghorn and a New Hamp shire Red) Mrs. J. Brad, Libby. 1c Wanted to buy—Two-wheeled trail er with 16" wheels. Phone 217R.— 42-2x Conrad Badt. i SKU.S IIIO.VL KSTATK ■ ■ Greatest ndvrrtlmrr of roun try properly, lin» made over •Cl, IHM) xiile- «f Home« — Karma — Aereaite. Buyer* from all over the World. Kree open llutlnit STROUT | E. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY JOHN F. BOWEN Local Agent PHONE 27F31 P. O. BOX 662 ! ENTERTAIN SUNDAY 1c. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCallum en I tertained Sunday of last week at a s P ecial chicken dinner given in I honor of fiheir son > Walter Mc Callum who had served 19 months in the Navy, and of their son-in law, John Woltz who served 41 months in the army. There were 22 in attendance. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Syverson and daugh ter, of Spokane. They returned to Spokane Sunday evening. Earl Buckingham left Tuesday evening to join Mrs. Buckingham in Spokane, where they are attend ing the Jewelry Show. The store will be open as usual Friday and Saturday. Wanted;—General carpenter work. See Cutler or Phone 176W. Ix Wanted to Buy—Have cash buyers for small and medium-sized homes in Libby. H. B. Wallace Real Es tate. Phone 93! IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL SEE US SOUTH LIBBY Sturdily constructed 5-rooms with bath on one floor. Iliis is a furnace heated home. Kitchen range, floor coverings, shades go with place — Corner location 85-ft. frontage x 136-ft. deep — Nice garden spot - young fruit trees - lawn - garage — Possession may be had not later than April 1. - And the price is right. 1 Other homes - South Libby - East Libby RANCHES RIVER COUNTRY. LIBBY, EUREKA, TROY, WARLAND, FISHER 1 H. B. Wallace Licensed Real Estate Home — 114 Phones — Business 93 E. E. Jacqueth went to Butte Mon day to attend a meeting of Chev rolet dealers. J. M. Anderson, Shell represen tative from Missoula, was in Libby yesterday on company business. H. A. Beardsley arrived home Thursday night after spending the winter in Miles City. Mrs. Beard sley went on to Spokane to visit their daughter and a sister for a bout a week. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bissell and granddaughter, of Whitefish, visited last week at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bissell of Troy. They returned home Saturday, stopping in Libby to care for busi ness matters. Mr. and Mrs. Theron Stillman have moved into their new home between California and Maine, a block south of the highway, the first of the week. They expect to drive Saturday back to Kalispell after their son, Danny who re mained with relatives there while his parents are getting settled.