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The statk highway commission
has taken an inS sten Tnw^rH
repair program by authorizing sait»
of $1,500,000 in new debentures
retire outstanding bonds totaling
$3 000 000 g b09d:> totaljn
The action, it was explained.
necessary before additional bonds.
authorized in 1945 could be sold
to match federal aid monev
Tho Su tend wfll bè sL under
the 1945 hSway treasurv anbei
pation debenture act whïhempow
ered the%Tm U m7ss1on W t5seuTp°To
$ 12 , 000.000 in bonds against the an
,U ReL7ment n of ^the" nnf™ ^
would aut,nrat.LllyrepeaIthe S pre
sent five-rent cas tax and
another for the same amount to re
pav the new issues
Helena—(U.PJ — Democratic state
airman Lester Loble lias been
umbing a ride lately because
somebody jstole his car while it,
was parked in front of his home.
Loble was informed by a dealer
that late model cars like his were
the special ambition of thieves who
load them on vans and take them
to the west coast for resale.
The Junior Ladies' Aid of the i
; First Luthern Church met on Thurs- !
day evening in the social room a t ;
the church. The hostess was Mrs.
Karl Knudson. Tim program con
sisted of the singing of hymns and |
two readings appropriate for
Lenten Season by Mrs. H. C. Hjor
tholm and Mrs. Karl Knudson. Af
ter the business meeting, the host- !
ess served a delicious lunch.
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Highway Commission
To Retire Bonds
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DEMO CHAIRMAN IS
LEFT AFOOT
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
March 28, 29 and
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM
Man From Oklahoma
ROY ROGERS
DALE EVANS
plus'
//
My Buddy
//
DON BARRY - RUTH TERRY
Sunday and Monday
March 31 - April
//
Duffy's Tavern
-with
ALL STAR CAST
Biggest Star Party
History.
March of Time - 'Report on Greece'
—FOX NEWS—
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in Hollywood
April 2 and 3
Tuesday and Wednesday
A combination of farce comedy and
suspenseful mystery ...
a
Murdar, He Says
//
-starring
FRED Mac. "VÎURR A Y
and HELEN WALKER
—COMMUNTY SING
As The Fly Flies."
PHANTASY -
Kootenai Theatre
SHARP
STUFF
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Says.
Mr. Bunny
We have gifts selected
especially Tor men. If
you're one of those wom
en who are completely
"stumped" when it
comes to choosing a
man's gift, stop in and
see these . . .
J
Miller's
Clothing Store
i ■
Always First in Fashions
P
_ !H!L^__
?aby Chicks $16.00 per 100,
^P 08 ^ P*r 100 U. S. approved
tested. Bitneys Poultry,
I K pel ' Mont _ 37-18c
p or c al „_ s v „. r n , H ... ,
j Sale—5-year-old saddle horse
and practically new saddle. Mrs.
BoJ * n ' Eur<?ka ' Mont
| p or Sale The Old O'M-ilW
.J? Old O Malley
acres in Lincoln County,
, $100000 ' A good buy for a
turnin ß ''eter 3 " or any ambitious
p 1 m ù bouls ^ O Malley, 1521
Pacheco St - San Francisco. Calif
!_ 44 '
^ Sale-House and 3 lots, also
: Eureka rangC ~ Cleo W ' To . r , rey
! Eurekj - _ 44-2c
For Sale-One frosh cow and calf
, n o'd Un D , d .
L. I). O Enen, Rexford, Mont. 44-L.\
1Cc ; bo * : 1 DeLa '' al Separator, large
SIZe ; ;r! £p*'a condition.■ For par
;* CUl ' ,rs write Box 427, Eureka,
Mom. _
— —————————
A limited amount of MALL GAS
OLINE POWERED CHAIN SAWS
available for immediate delivery.—
Lovel Implement Co., Phone 92,
Bonners Ferry. Ida. 44-2x
„ Sa ' e 1 935 Chev. Master Truck
Mo ^ or ' coni P*ete. reconditioned and
re ady to ins t all. Har ry Hartle. lc
For Sale* 1 room Ivfnntur Wood
H^atei i^TooTrn^ditinn l^^n
js^h^idfatTlarners Resort J lx
the-'_cause
^or Sal» —2 tons good mixed hay.—
B. W. Echo, Phone 20F30. ' lc
-The
For Salt'—Two cows -und two ten
month old heifers, Guernsey stock,
E. McGuire. Phone 27F32. 45-2x
o , . 7 —
Fo !„ S3 ¥- Alfa ' fa hay and e e n !, Ie
CLASSIFIED
For Sale—2 Monarch Ranges, 1 with
water front, one with reservoir;
l ., c
.saddle hoi so. Emil Voves. 4a-2x^
For Sale—Wood or coal range with
or without water front. Price $ 35
Call 94W.
30
For Sale—Montgomery Ward royal
blue Cream Separator, size 37,—
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For Sale—Mohair Davenport and
C.uur. rose taupe, reversible cush
ions, good condition. Mrs. Forest
-JeKosia.
14
1 Davenport and Chair,
a Maytag Washing
See Mrs. Elmer
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(For Sale
cheap :
also
Machine Motor.
Johnson, Eureka.
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Used two seasons.
Wm. Vanderwood.
Phone 27F22
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For Sale—Slightly
'Underwood Typewriter,
used portable
with nice
(case. See Mrs. J. R. Evans, 506 E.
' Libby.
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For Sale—2 business lots on Min
: eral Ave. Gilbert St. Marie; Phone
i 124R.
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For Sale —1 Durant 6 cylinder mot
j or, $15.00. Drag Saw $40.00. Francis
( Walker. Phone 53F4, Troy. lx
|n n . ç , xr ,. ,,
(For Sale—Gas Washing Machine, in
j good condition. Mrs. Edgar Pamen
1 1 er. Troy.
(For Sale—Albert Steiner
Bill Steiner, Eureka, after
{April 1, 1946. l C
lx
; See
j For Sale—3-room house and lot,— !
$700,00 cash; east Eureka. J. W. I
! Baroque
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WANTED
Wanted—Concrete work of all kinds
by the hour or job. William Wil
liams, phone 165J,
43-3x
Wanted—Someone to drill or dig a
well. Inquire Western News. 44-2x
Wanted to buy: — Large trunk in
good condition. Mrs. Agnes Person,
Box 779. 45-2c
Wanted:—Girl's bicycle. Phone 71 J.
__ 45-3x
Wanted to buy—Large Size Baby
Crib. Wm. Shawl, Box 1019.
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! Dental assistant wanted,
open July 1st.
man.
Position
Dr. Roy M. Sher
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Wanted—Small Sawmill Machinery,
head rig, three block carriage, three I
saw edger and trimmer. Write Box i
6127, Hillyard Station, Spokane.
_ MISCELLA NEOUS
Expert hosiery mending, 35 c per
run. 1309 Mineral Ave., Box 826
Phono 98R. 40-tf'
Notice: — Anybody wanting their '
horses teeth fixed, leave word with i
E. M. Preston, Libby.
General hauling of all kinds. See
Lee Childs. 43 _ 3x
43-3x
AT STUD — Registered Arabian
Remount Stallion, grey, 14 hands
\ in.; 900 pounds. Fee: $10 00 at
tune of service. Burton C. Hemp
hill, Marion, Montana. 44-2x
Carpentering - remodeling -
buildings; day or contract.
Smith, Box 924.
new
F. K.
44-2x
STOP! LOOK! LISTEN'
BROTHER MOOSE
Saturday, evening, March 30, will
bç initiation of candidates, Stag
, Part y, , Tr °y and possibly
Whitefish will be with us, to make
the biggest meeting of the year. We
want all Moose members to be out.
Let's- make it
ever.—Committee.
the best meeting j
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! Circle B of the Presbyterian Church
all hold a Rummage Sale April 10 j
the Community Room at the I
Court House,
in
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LOST
Lost:—Car license No. 56-525. Find- (
er bring to Western News office, lx
NE WS.
A. C M Sfrilcp fn
" , ' V '* JITIKe TO
Effect 8,000
$2.00 •
and Butte-(U.R)—The Mine Mill and
Smeltermens Union (CIO) "a" cat
led a strike against Anaconda Cop
? er Com Pany Operations
four Montana cities for 7 a
March 31 to enforce demands
.
John McLeod, union negotiating
es- committee chairman, said the strike
| would affect approximatelv a nnn
re-1 company employes "n Great FMs
Butte. Anaconda and East Helena
The strike was voted by theBuUe
miners and smelterme/ £* Ä
4c Falls and Anaconda Nov. 21 under
reîatS^boaîd of jÄf 1
' Helena local voted to join the wffk-'
out later.
J' U ' Montana nf '«°tiating com
niittee representing the Butte min
ers. Anaconda, Great Falls and Fast
Helena smeltermen. after final
meeting with the Anaconda Copper
rînTmïS Rs'position''of °be
jpg unable to grant anv wane in.
creases, has notified the commnv
44-acjand locals that operations -it the
f 0 . jr plants will cease at 7 ^ »->
March 31 in n strike fnr
wares " McLeod said h,gher
McLeod said all other differences
between the union and companf had
been settled during negotiations^
but that the union was insisting
upon pay increases of $2 a div for
under ground workers and SI 50 a
day for regular employes.
He explained the company during
negotiations insisted thatat was nof
m a Potion to raise wages £
of uncertain market condi
tions and pending government ac
tion on ccoper subsidies and prices.
strike was announced as the
walkout of approximately 200 Am
j crican Smelting and Refining Com
i pany employes entered its fourth
v/eek in East Helena.
l-jack-in-the-boxes.
C, N . Voorhees of Eureka was
'n Libby Tuesday on business.
.-Intermission
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Helena—(U.R)—Montana could vir
R-ally pay its pro-rata share of the
present national debt if all real
and personal property was sold for
the assessed value, according to the
Montana Taxpayers Association.
The Treasure State's share of the
federal debt, according to the assoc
lation, is $1.183,239.4*0. The full as
lc,sessed value of all Montana pro
I Perty for 1944-45 was set at $1,146,
754.363.
The association added Montana's
pro-rata share of the interest on the
national debt, estimated at 278 bil
'ion dollars, was $25,063,084. Totall
Montana property ' taxes levied for
Pljone
45-3x
State's Share Fed.
p. . ^
l/CDt OïlC B 1111 0 H
1944-45 amounted to $22,726.558, the'
association said.
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E° s t—Small
female, answers to the
black Spaniel Dog.
name of!
Jigger; belongs to my small son.
A reward is offered for her return
Richard Paul. Eureka Mont
Eor Rent
jl53W.
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FOR RENT
Two rooms.
It Pays to Remember:
You can't be a howling success
just by howling
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THE BROIL-MASTER
Is Now In Stock .... ALSO:—
WATER PUMPS FOR SHALLOW
WELL FARM USE.
AND EXHAUST FANS
Partlow Electric Co.
Next to Postoffice
DEALER
PHONE 182

COCKTAIL LOUNGE
Will Open Soon Under Auxiliary
Management.
Watch for
ANNOUNCEMENT
THE VFW DINING ROOM IS CLOSED TEMPORARILY
The VFW Club room is completed and will be open for Club
members and guests only.
Our meetings are the First and Third Friday of each
month at Moose Hall.
LIBBY. MONTANA
LIBBY FIRST graders
SHOW SUPERB ACTING
Wednesday afternoon the .hr«
f^st grades of our local school pre
' sent ^ plays to « good attendance
I a, ' h e e Audltoriunj
i AJi Wekander'^ 3 « g ! Ven *l y M
in. was ent iti P H "Old v- rSt ?i a ? e „ 8
! WaS entlt,ed °fd King Cole."
^ as an Portrayal of an un
bappy of kl "* d ™ ^ich, included
ters * The hannv^nÜ , 003 * 8 ,f hara 5;:
u . 1 u ha /? p y endin g was brought
aboiJ f by t be presentation of a
^°. th l r P°° se book to Old King
Cole b y L >«le Boy Blue. The rhy
i T® Were ^ Ung by a ^ 0U P of hung
! SsJlves^to ÄS,
| . Senda^t wi«? h? e îf 1 W a°K Wa f
and fiddler's three. P pe and bowl
play was given by
Miss Zeller s second grade and was
' dSm^R^r«?* Rose Tree Kin g -
do . m ' was P Ic ^*nted in three- j
' n. CtS ,^ e m ® tbe s, ory of Princess!
• , n ° n sa ie wb .° was P ut to sleep for j
i L?, y ? ar f by . a wicked witch and,
. T '' e last play ? wL °giwn by Mrs.
K- Bigelows first grade who pre
s '' nted two different plays entitled,)
Mother Bunny's Magic Spectacles',
and The Toy Fairy's Party."
Mother Eunnv had trouble with
j the little bunnies who were ex I
"'optionally mischievous when she I
£' dn ' have her glasses on, j
but were rcal! y darlings when she
f , ound ber passes, which she
dinardy found perched on her fore-I
!i ead where she left therr >- Father 1
j Bunny was tiredTrom hiding Eas
ÎP 1 eggs around/the lawns for all
th ° chl i dren - so he slept through
mcst h . of the f'k b ut after the
nilscblevous bennies had broken
S °7' e of the , e SB s he brought about
a nappy, ending by suggesting they
g °rm to ^ ^ armer to get some more.
The Toy Fairy's Party was a story
of a P arty given for a Toy fairy |
by a!1 the T °y s which included ■
dogs, ducks, drums, toy soldiers and |
This play camel
it
or
' tHe Wh ° Ie gF ° UP Sing
in»ofmJee-'
acts
were directed
i by Mrs. Rorbig and Mrs. Parker
who presented some of their second
graders in musical attractions. One
group played zylophone solos that
were exceptionally good and ano
,her group which included Judith,
1 Riddle, Claude Clement, Doris Ward
| and Donald McQueen in a quar-!
| tette singing "The Pussy Willow
, Song." Judith Riddle also sang
j solo "Aren't You Glad You're You"lj
and played a piano solo, "Twinkle
I Twinkle Little Star."
I Exceptional talent was portrayed
' throughout the performance and
, your reporter thinks we should
I have more of these plays.
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NOTICE
. ,
r or the information of prospective
P urc ^ asers of timber the State For
est Department announces that
I there will be no more sales of
j State timber involving manufacture
I of railroad ties at this time. The
State Board of Land Commission
ers in approving the applications
for sale of timber on six tracts lo
cated in Lincoln and Flathead
! Counties recently specified that due
1 to the shortage of lumber no rail
I road ties should be manufactured
j from the timber now being offered
for sale.
OFFICIAL DISCHARGES
RECORDED PAST WEEK
Libby:—John T. Brinton, army;
Robert W. Vinion, navy; Odin Rol
seth, army.
Troy:—Burl J. Grigg, navy.
Wash.:—Everett R. Roose, army.
NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS
Dog licenses are now due for the
year 1946.
License fees for males and spayed
females $5.00, females $10.00.
License tags may be obtained
from D. O. Mount, deputy City
Treasurer. 45-2c
IF THERE IS ANYTHING TO SELL
WE WILL HAVE IT LISTED
MINNESOTA AVE.: — Nice location. 5-Rm. house with two lots
garage, wood shed, garden. Not a new house but a good buy at
the price. To be sold furnished including almost new oil stove
Norge refrigerator. Easy Washer. Total Price $2100.
TERMS.
5- Room House - East Libby
6- Room House - South Libby
40 acres, 4-Room House, 3'i miles Libby
Priced at only $900.
2 GOOD RANCH BUYS AT WARLAND - ALSO 2 AT EUREKA
Riverside Drive acreage is going fast ... A few choice pieces left.
H. B. Wallace Licensed Real Estate
Home — 114
Phones — Business 93
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SPRINGTIME FOOD BUYS
It will pay you to join the folks who shop and save at BURGAN'S
Every store is bursting with fresh fruits and vegetables, large
stocks of canned goods and everything you need. Plan to trade
at BIRG AN S all next week and see how' much you save with
everyday low prices.
Friday - Saturday - Monday
SMALL SIZE, SUNKIST. JUICY
2 DO EN
Oranges
45c
TENDER, CRISP, GREEN
POUND
Celery
12c
PABST BLUE LABEL - A REAL SPREAD
5-OZ. JAR
Pimiento Cheese 19c
AN OLD FAVORITE
POUND
Ginger Snaps
23c
HERSHEY'S BITTER SWEET
7-OZ. PKG.
Chocolate Dainties 14c
FOR QUICK, RICH SUDS
PACKAGE
Vel Soap
23c
CAMPBELLS (Use in Tomato Recipes)
CAN
Tomato Soup
9c
WESTERN GROWN, JUST ARRIVED
PKGS. 10c AND
Garden Seeds
5c
AMAIZO
LB. PKGS, 2 FOR
Corn Starch
15c
ARMOUR'S ALL PORK LUNCHEON MEAT
CAN
Treat
34c
ROSE BRAND, HARDWHEAT
2 LB. BAG
Macaroni
21c
%
In Our Meat Department
PICNIC HAMS
Sliced Center Cuts, Lb .
45c
SAUERKRAUT
FRANKFURTERS
Per Pound ..
OYSTERS
Per Pint .
COMPLETE LINE OF ASSORTED LUNCHEON
MEATS, FISH and POULTRY
20c
32C
Per Pound
CUBED BEEF
32c
69c
Per Pound
.
to*
URGAN'S FOOD STOR
am
Thursday. March 28. 1946
MR. AND. MRS. PRICE
LEASE HAMBURGER STAND
Mr. and Mrs. George Price will
take over the management of the
Hamburger Stand Sunday^ having
leased the place from Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Bivens. They announce that
starting this Sunday the Hambur
ger Stand will be open Sundays.
Mr. and Mrs. Bivens plan to take
a vacation after which their plans
are in definite at the present time.
ONE MARRIAGE LICENSE
ISSUED PAST WEEK
Harry M. Card, Bonners Ferry,
and June L. R. Elledge, Bonners
Ferry, were married March 21 bv
H. B. Wallace.

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