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SGT. DONALD B. HAYDEN
ENROUTE TO THE STATES
Manila:—First Sergeant Donald
B. Hayden, son of Mr and Mrs.
Roy Wells of Libby, is now en
route to the States from the 5th
Replacement Depot Disposition Cen-,
ter near Manila for his discharge
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from the Army under current re
adjustment regulations.
Entering the Army in November.
1943 1st Sgr Hayden arrived over
seas at Manila last July to serve
with the 29th Engineers Co. For!
his Army service he is authorized
to wear the Asiatic-Pacific Theatre
ribbon, American Theatre ribbon,
Philippine Liberation ribbon. Good
Conduct Medal ribbon and the World
War II Victory Medal ribbon. (
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type in the old days, but think ox.
a deceased musician holding a Job. ;
hmted by this headline from d
Philadelphia pfJY®P. ap ^; th phi . d
Woman Was Pianist With Phila
delphia Oiyhestra.
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DISTRICT
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Legal Notices
NOTICE OF SCHOor
BOND ELECTION
Notice is herebv given bv the un- j
dersigned clerk of school district No.
4 of Lincoln county, state of Mon
tana. that pursuant to a certain
resolutidn duly adopted at a meet
ing of the board of trustees of said i
school district held on the 12th dav i
of April, A. D., 1946. an election of
the registered qualified electors of
District No. 4 of Lincoln
school
county, sfate of Montana, who arf* ;
• taxpayers therein and whose names |
appear on the last completed assess
ment roll for state, county and |
school district taxes prior to the ;
holding of such elections, will he j
held on the 11th day of May. A. D . I
1946, at Libby for the puroose of,
voting uoon the question of whether [
or not the board cf school trustees |
shall be authorized to issue and
sell bonds of said school district !
in the amount of One Hundred and |
fifteen thousand dollars. ($115,000 -
00), bearing interest at a rate not ex
ceeding six oer centum (6%) per
payable semi-an"uaHy, for
and
annum,
the purpose of constructing
equipping a building to be used as |
an auditorium and gvmnasium and
alterations and repairs of present
facilities. The bonds to be issued
will be either amortization or ser
ial bonds, and amortization bonds
will be the first choice of the board
of trustees. The bonds to be is
sued, whether amortization or ser- j
ial bonds, will be payable in in- j
stallments over a period of 20 years, j
The polls will be open from 12
o'clock noon until 8 o'clock P. M.
of the said day.
Dated and posted this 25th day
of April A. D„ 1946.
LLOYD M. BURPEE
Clerk of school district No.
4, of Lincoln County, state
of Montana.
(3t — A25 - M2-9)
TAXES NOW PAYABLE
One-half <%) of the amount of
such taxes shall be payable on or
before five o'clock p. m. on the 30th
day of November of each year, and
one-half (1£) on or before five
o'clock p. m. on the 31st day of May
of each year; provided that unless
one-half (%) of such taxes are paid
on or before five o'clock p. m. on the
30th day of November of each year,
then suph amount so payable shall
become delinquent and shall draw
interest at the rate of two-thirds
(2/3) of one per centum (1%) per
morith from and after Such delin
quency until paid and two per cen
tum (2%) shall be added to the
amount thereof as a penalty. All
taxes due and not paid on or before
five o'clock p. m. on the 31st day
of May of each year shall be delin
quent and shall draw interest at
the rate of two-thirds (2/3) of one
per centum (1%) per month from
and after such delinquency until
paid and two per centum (2%) shall
be added to the amount thereof as
a penalty.
LETHA SAUER
County Treasurer.
(3t — A25 - M2-9)
NOTICE OF HEARING
Notice is hereby given that it is
the intention of the Board of
County Commissioners of Lincoln
County on May 8, 1946, in the court
room at the Court House at Libby,
Lincoln County, Montana to enter
a formal order to abandon the fol
lowing highways:
(1) Starting from a point in the
SE >/4 of the NEV 4 T28N,
Range 30W, to a point in the
SWV 4 of Sec. 3, Township
28N, Range 30W, M. P. M.
which road covers a distance
of approximately % of mile,
more or less.
(2) That portion of the old
"Slaughter House" road be
ginning just North of Lin
coln County gravel pit near
the slaughter house build
ings in Sec. 2, Township 36N,
Range 27W to where said
road joins Highway No. 93
at the SW corner of the 69
Ranch.
(3) That portion of the road in
Sec. 13, Township 36N, Range
27W, M. P. M. beginning at
the point where the road cros
ses the North line of the SVi
of the ,SW% of said section
13 to the point where the
said road Joins the Sinclair
Creek road on the South line
of the said S Vz of the SW*4
of Sec. 13, Township 36N,
Range 27W, M. P. M.
When and where any person in
terested may be heard for or a
gainst the abandonment of said
Highways.
P. V. KLINKE
Chairman of the Board of
County Commissioners of Lin
coln County.
G. C. EARLE
Clerk of the Board.
(3t.—April 11-18-25)
When I was in California I at
tended church one Sunday morning
saw a corking good mistake
and ,
in the bulletin that was handed me
as I took my seat. the ushers
will kindly not eat anyone during
prayer, scripture reading or spec
isl music, was the way a sentence
read.
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NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL AND
PERSONAL PROPERTY
NO. 962
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
OF THE STATE OF MONTANA,
IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
LINCOLN.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ES
TATE OF James Forsyth, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
^hat under authority of an order
Qf thp above entiUed court ma de
April 12 1946> - n the matter of the
estate of James Forsyth, deceased,
the undersigned as Public Adminis
trator of the estate of said James
Forsyth, deceased, will sell at pri
vate sale to the highest bidder, sub
ject to confirmation by this court,
all the right, title and interest of
said estate in and to the follow
ing described real property, to-wit:
Tract No. 52 - An irregular tract
of land situated in the northwest
corner of the NEV 4 SWV 4 , outside
of the incorporated limits of the
town of Eureka, Lincoln County,
Montana, in Section 14, Town
ship 36 north, Range 27 west
Montana principal Meridian; this
tract being bounded 'on its north
and west edges by the SEV 4
NWVi
of Section 14, on its south and
east edges by the north edge of
Block No. 28 and west edge of
Block No. 27, the said blocks
being within the incorporated
limits of said town of Eureka,
This tract being more particul
arly bounded and described as
follows, to-wit:
Beginning at the northwest cor
ner of the NEV 4 SWV 4 , thence
along the quarter line east 55
feet, thence south fourteen deg
rees twelve minutes east (S. 14
12E.) 498.35 feet, thence south
seventy-five degrees fo rty -é ight
minutes west, (S. 75 48' wT) 180
feet, thence northerly along the
standard subdivision line 526.4
feet to the place of beginning,
containing 1.36 acres more or
less.
Tract 9P. - Commencing at the
northwest corner of the S W *•'4
SWV 4 of Section 14, in township
36 north range 27 west, Mon
tana Principal Meridian, thence
running south 325 feet, thence
the NWV4 SWV4
and
east 128 feet to a point, which
point is the point of beginning
of the description of the land
hereby conveyed, thence south
259 feet, thence west 170 feet,
thence north 259 feet, thence east
170 feet to place of beginning,
containing one acre piore or less.
SWV 4 NWV 4 - NWV 4 SWV 4 of Sec
tion 14, and SEV 4 NEV 4
SEV 4 of Section 15, all in town
ship 36 north, range 27 west,
Montana Principal Meridian, less
right of way 2.90 acres, for Voad
granted to Louis LaBeau, and
which deed is recorded in Book
72, Q. C. D. at page 402.
Lot One (1) in Peters Addition
at the town of Eureka, Montana.
Lots 6 and 7 or W'^SE J /4 of Sec
tion 17, township 37 north, range
26 west, Montana Principal Meri
dian.
SEV4NE'4 of Section 2, Town
ship 36 North Range 27 West,
M. P. M.
Said sale will be made on or af
ter May 3, 1946, at the real estate
office of H. B. Wallace in Libby,
Montana.
The sale of the above described
property will be for cash, lawful
money of the United States; 10%
of the amount bid must accompany
the bid, and the balance must be
paid upon confirmation by this
court. Bids may be submitted af
ter the iirst publication of this not
ice. Abstract at expense of pur
chaser.
The personal property of the es
tate at the same time will be offer
ed for sale for cash.
One unbranded, red short horn—
Swiss milk cow, 6 years old.
One black and white cow, mixed
breed, showing Holstein.
One heifer, 4 months old.
Dated April 12, 1946.
H. B. WALLACE
Public Administrator.
THOMAS D. LONG
Attorney for Public Administrator.
Libby, Montana
(1st Pub. Apr. 18, 1946 - 3t A18-25
M2.)
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NOTICE OF CLOSING OF REGIS
TRATION BOOKS FOR THE PRI
MARY NOMINATING ELECTION
TO BE HELD JULY 16, 1946
Notice is hereby given that the
registration books for the several
precincts in Lincoln County, Mon
tana, will be open at the County
Clerk's Office on legal days be
tween the hours of 9:00 o'clock A.
M. and 5:00 o'clock P. M., up to and
including May 31, 1946, for the pur
pose of registering for the Primary
Nominating Election to be held July
16, 1946.
Registration books for the Pri
mary Nominating Election close on
Friday, May 31, 1946.
Electors may register for the en
suing election by appearing before
the County Clerk at his office, or
by appearing before a deputy regis
trar, or before any Notary Public
or Justice of the Peace in the man
ner provided by law.
If you failed to vote at the last
General Election or voted an ab
sent voter's ballot, you must re
register.
Be sure that you are registered.
G. C- EARLE
County Clerk and Ex-Officio
Registrar of Lincoln County,
Montana.
(5t — A25 - M2-9-16-23)
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
PROPERTY
NO. 961
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THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
OF THE STATE OF MONTANA,
IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
LINCOLN.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ES
TATE OF Edwin C. Strom, deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
That under authority of an order
of the above entitled court made
April 12, 1946, in the matter of the
estate of Edwin C. Strom, deceased,
the undersigned as Public Admin- j
istrator of the estate of said Edwin j
C. Strom, deceased, will sell at !
private sale to the highest bidder, j
subject to confirmation by this
court, all the right, title and in- j
terest of said estate in and to the j
following described real property, |
to-wit:
That certain tract of land being
a part of the Harvey E. Kirch- j
baum claim within the Kootenai
National Forest, known and num- j
bered List 1-2108, viz; Commen
cing at the northeast corner of
Lot No. Eight ( 8 ) of said claim,
that being corner No. 1 of the
tract herein conveyed, thence I
along an imaginary line due |
south twelve ( 12 ) chains to a
point, that being corner No. 2
of the tract herein conveyed,
thence along an imaginary line j
due west seven (7) chains to a
point, that being corner No, 3
of the land herein conveyed , 1
thence along an imaginary line
due north to a point, the inter
section of said imaginary line
and the shore of Bull Lake, that
being corner No. 4 of the tract
herein conveyed, thence meander
along the shore line of said Bull
Lake northeasterly to corner No.
1 , the place of beginning, said
tract containing 4 acres, more
or less, in section 4, township 38
north, range 33 west, Montana
Principal Meridian, in Lincoln
County Montana.
Said sale will be made on or af
ter May 3, 1946, at the real estate
office of H. B. Wallace, in Libby,
Montana.
The sale of the above described
property will be for CASH, lawful
money of the United States; 10%
of the amount bid must accompany
the bid, and the balance must be
paid upon confirmation by this
court. Bids may be submitted af
ter the first publication of this not - 1
ice. Abstract at expense of pur
chaser. •
Dated April 12, 1946.
H. B. WALLACE
Public Administrator
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THOMAS D. LONG
Attorney for Public Administrator
Libby, Montana.
1st Pub. April 18, 1946 - 3t—A18
25 - M2.)
CALL FOR BIDS
Janitor Work al Courthouse at Libby
Sealed bids will be received Up
to and including 2:00 P. M., April j
the 26, 1946, for the performance
of the Janitor work in the court-1
house at Libby, Montana.
Specifications of the duties re
quired may be obtained from the
County Clerk at Libby, Montana.
The County Commissioners re
serve the right to reject any or all
bids.
Bids must be addressed to the
County Clerk, Libby, Montana and
marked on the outside of the en
velope "Janitor."
By order of the Board of
County Commissioners
P. V. KLINKE
Chairman.
ATTEST:
G. C. EARLE
County Clerk & Recorder
(2t — April 18-25)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of JOHN RUBARD, De
ceased.
Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned, the Executrix of the
estate of John Rubard, deceased,
to the creditors of and all persons
having claims against the said de
ceased, to exhibit them, with the
necessary vouchers, within four
months after the first publication
of this notice to the said Executrix
at Libby in the County of Lin
coln, State of Monana, the same
being the place for the transaction
of the business of said estate.
EMMA RUBARD
Executrix of the Estate of
said Deceased.
Dated at Libby, Montana, this
13th day of April, 1946.
J. F. FENNESSY, Jr.
Attorney for Petitioner.
A 18-25 — M 2-9)
(4t
NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
OF THE STATE OF MONTANA,
IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
LINCOLN.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ES
TATE OF HUGH M. SMITH, also
known as H. M. SMITH, Deceased.
Pursuant to an Order of said
Court, made on the 16th day of
April, 1946, notice is hereby given
that Friday, the 10th day of May,
1946, at ten o'clock A. M. of said
day, at the Court Room of said
Court, at the Court House in the
County of Lincoln, has been ap
pointed as the time and place for
proving the Will of said Hugh M.
Smith, also known as H. M. Smith,
deceased, and for hearing the ap
plication of Sarah D. Smith, for the
issuance to her of Letters Testa
tamentary when and where any
person interested may appear and
contest the same.
Dated April 16, 1946,
FRED F. CLARK, Clerk
by VICTORIA D. BANEY,
Deputy Clerk
OLIVER PHILLIPS
Libby, Montana
Attorney for Petitioner.
April 18-25 — May 2)
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Service Organizations
• Libby Chamber of Commerce:
A. Agather, president, Dexter
Shaurette, secretary..
• American Legion Auxiliay No.
97 mèets 3rd Thursdays. Mrs.
A. C. Austin, president; Mrs. Emil
Voves, secretary.
• Lions CluD meets 2nd and 4th
Mondays. Don Hargreaves, presi
dent, W. E. Partlow, secretary.
• Libby Woman's Club meets
2nd Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. in com
munity room of courthouse. Mrs.
Ray Rice, President, Mrs. J. W.
Johnston, secretary.
• American Legion Post No. 97
meets 3rd Thursdays at Legion
Hall. Dr. Roy Sherman, Post
Commander.
• Libby Farm Woman's Club
n'eets 1st Wednesday. Mrs. Hugh
j Slauson, pres., Mrs. P. C. Vander- C
wood, sec-treas.
j * Libby Junior Woman's Club
j meets 2nd Tuesdays at 8 p. m.
j at community room, court house.
Mrs. Ove Larson, president and
Mrs. June Hileman, secretary,
j * Kootenai Valley Grange meets
! 1st and 3rd Wednesdays at the
American Legion Hall.
j Shelden, master; H. P. Weyde-
! meyer, secretary.
I * Regular meeting of Internation
j al Hod Carriers, Building and
Common Laborers' Union of
America, A. F. L., Libby Sub. No.
1192, 2nd and 4th Wednesdays at
American Legion Hall, Libby.
• Lumber and Sawmill Workers'
Union No. 2581. Meets 2nd and
4th Tuesdays at 7:30. Abner
Role, president; Harry Moe, re
cording secretary.
• Veteran's Foreign Wars Post
No. 1548. Gust Adamson, com
mander; Al Lovick, adjutant;
Wm. Nelson, quarter master.
Meets 1st and 3rd Fridays.
• Auxiliary to V. F. W. Post No.
1548. Mabel Solem, president;
Agnes Person, secretary. Meets
1st and 3rd Friday of each month.
A. H.
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Lodges
• I. O. O. F. Cabinet chapter No.
68, meets every Wednesday even
ing. Harry Hartle, Noble Grand,
Peter Vanderwood rec.-secretary.
• Royal Arch Masons Libby lodge
No. 33 meets 1st and 3rd Wed
nesdays at Masonic Temple. L.
M. Burpee high priest, D. O.
Mount, secretary.
• A. F. & A. M. Libby Lodge No.
85 meets 2nd and 4th Tursdays
at Yviasonic Temple. Don Leach,
W. M.; Edgar Beardsley, sec'y.
• Order of the Eastern Star, Lib
by Chapter No. 69 meets 1st and
3rd Tuesdays at Masonic Temple.
Mrs. Gordon Daugherty, worthy
matron; Mrs. E. E. Jaqueth,
secretary.
• Libby Moose Lodge No. 1039
meets 2nd and 4th Mondays at
Moose Hall. Glen E. Leckrone,
Governor; Melvin P. Paulson,
secretary.
• Royal Neighbors, Mountain
View Camp No. 9353 meets 2nd
and 4th Wednesdays, Moose Hall.
Mrs. Mabel Solem, oracle; Mrs.
Bessie Glowers, recorder.
• Medora Rebekah Lodge No. 53
meets 1st and 3rd Mondays at I.
O. O. F. Hall. Mrs. Pete Vander
wood, Noble Grand and Mrs.
Clarence Daggett, secretary.
• A. p. U. W. meets 2nd Friday
of each month at Legion Hall.
Harry Hartle, M. W.; S. A. Ras
mussen, secretary.
• A. O. U. W. Junior Club meets
4th Friday at Legion Hall. Janet
Johnston, M. W.; Rosella Barr,
secretary; Delina Carlson, super
visor.
• Rainbow Girls meet 2nd and
4th Mondays al Masonic Temple.
Helen Swimley, worthy advisor;
Margery Hunter, recorder; Mrs.
Frank Baney, mother advisor.
• Women of the Moose, Libby
Chapter No. 695 meets 1st and 3rd
Tuesdays at Moose Hall. Mrs.
Durwood Preston, Senior Regent;
Mrs. Harold Bitterman, recorder.
• Theta Rho Club No. 27 meets
1st and 3rd Tuesdays in I. O. O. F.
hall at 7.T5 p. m. Wilma McRell,
president: Shirley Switzer, re
cording secretary; Mrs. Loren
Gompf, advisory officer.
• Libby Rod and Gun Club meets
3rd Tuesday at 8 p. m. Dick
Powell, president; George C.
Earle, secretary.
• Granite Encampment No. 7, I.
O. O. F. meets 2nd and 4th Fri
days. R. R. McGrew C. P.; Glea
son Pilcher, Scribe.
• Junior Odd Fellows meet 2nd
and 3rd Mondays. Jim Maurer,
Chief Ruler; Geo. Paulson, Recor
der; Clifford Hayden, Ad. officer.
• Libby Ski Club, John Finnland,
Pres., Mrs. Fred Cloutier, Secy.
Meetings when called.
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West Bound
5:55 P. M.
.2:25 P. M.
No. 1
No. 27.
East Bound
12:35 P. M,
. 5:55 P. M.
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Inter Mountain Bus Schedule
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Libby, Montana
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