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HE READ IT IN THE
WESTERN NEWS
Did you read about those seed
potatoes Burgan's advertised last
week in The Western News?
Whether or not you noted this
item in their advertisement Albert
J. Brock of Rexford did, and the
other day a letter from him in
structed manager Elbert Mouda to
ship 100-lbs. of Bliss Triumph Seed
Potatoes to him at Rexford.
Mr. Mouda states that he has
noted that advertising in The West
ern News brings results from all
over Lincoln county. Yes, the News
management is glad it is so.
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Thursdap- - Friday _ Saturday
May 9-10-11
VIVIAN BLAINE and
CARMEN MIRANDA
-in
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Doll Face
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A hoax that back-fired!
"Mighty Mouse and The V/oU'
SPORTS
Adventures - 'Black Gold & Cactus'
"Nova Scotia'
Sunday and Monday - May 12.13
The Dolly Sisters'
(Technicolor)
-starring
BETTY GRABLE - JUNE HAVER
The idols of yesteryear.
-FOX NEW
"Fox and The Duck
Terry toon
Tuesday and Wednesday
May 14-15
And Then There
Were None
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-with
BARRY FITZGERALD
and WALTER HOUSTON
It will keep you guessing!
Terrytoon - G-Goose and The
termination.
SPORTS
'Down The Fairways'
Kootenai Theatre
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Come in and
See Our
Suggestions
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Miller's
Clothing Store
"Always First in Fashions"
CLASSIFIED
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—400 ft. 12-inch wood stave
irrigation Pipe, splendid condition.
80c per foot. O. K. Iverson, Stry
50-2x
ker, Mont.
For Sale:—1 Glendale heavy Range,
with waterfront; 1 baby Stroller;
1 nursery Chair. Mrs. Ben Salo,
408 Dakota Ave.
50-2c
For Sale:—Two Milk Goats, recent
ly fresh. Bx. 877. Mrs. Mike Sk
ranak.
50-2x
,
_ _ 5 0~2 C - j
For Sale—Charter Oak Range. a
bargain, brand new water front.— I
Phone 218W. Herbert Hamann. lc'
For Sale:—Box Spring for full size
Bed, brand new,
141 J.
kamp.
$25.00.
Phone
921 Montana Ave. H. Hass- !
For Sale—Seed Potatoes, Bliss Tri
umph and Green Mountain. E. W.
Winslow. Savage Lake, Troy.
1c
phone
lx
For Sale—Russet seed potatoes.
Martin Patt.
lx
For Sale—Hamel's Mountain View
Tourist Park, just across River from
For information,
Libbv.
28F2 or call at Park.
For Sale—1941 Army Truck 4x4.
Will consider good car on trade.
Merwin Ward, Box 1123.
51-3x
For Sale in Troy—Small home,
partly furnished, including late
model washing machine and large
late model white enamel range;
close in on Highway; 5 rooms and
bath: Fluorescent lighting; Built
ins; Insulated: Living room natural
varnished floor and trim panel and
tile Celotex; all other floors Linol
eum; large fenced lawn; young fruit
trees; Chicken house; Wood-shed;
large Garden. Price $1500. Am
moving back to ranch. This is a
bargain and priced to sell. Phone
53F13. V. R. Welch.
51-tf
For Sale—Guernsey Bull. 13 months
old, from Claypool herd of Kalis
pell. 9 miles south of Libby. J. H.
Goodwin. lx
For Sale—2 Registered Guernsey
cows; 1 registered Guernsey Bull; 4
Jersey Cows. Three miles south of
lake on Bull River road. Frank
Hingley, Noxon, Mont., Rt. 2. 1c
For Sale—2 lots and 3-room cabin,
corner Utah St. and Balsam Ave;
4 acres, log house, Granite Creek
Road. F. A. Senter.
49-51-2x
For Sale—Electric Washing Mach
ine.
Highway from Calso Gas Station.
See Mrs. John Grove, across
1c
For Sale—Electric Washing Mach
ine, good condition. Call 20F5. 1c
For Sale—Mixed Alfalfa Hav.
51-2x
Frank Luxa.
For Sale—Russet Potatoes and Bliss
Triumph. John T. Moore, Eureka.
51-2c
For Sale—Enameled Range, good
condition. Mrs. Chas. H. Myers,
East Libby.
lx
For Sale—House at 1317 Louisiana.
Mrs. Joseph Lefebvre.
lc
For Sale—House and *4 acre, 3
miles out. $200.00; 1 Briggs and
Stratton Engine $15.00; 2 Tents; 1
Round Table. S8.00; 3 camp stoves;
Pcavey Stock; Shovels, Picks and
Grubhoes; Traps; all kinds of car
wheels and Trailers; Stoves: 2 Milk
Pails; 1 gas Hose for truck and
SAVE ON YOUR
INSURANCE
See or phone me if in heed
of anything in .... .
FIRE INSURANCE
AUTOTRUCK INSURANCE
BURGLARY INSURANCE
ACCIDENT INSURANCE
PLATE GLASS INSURANCE
COLD STORAGE LOCKER
INSURANCE
or in fact most anything in
the Insurance line .... We
can save you money.
Charles D. Rowe
Phone 141-R
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SEE OUR FIXTURES DISPLAY
Readings Lamps; Shades; Ironing Pads; Broilers;
Door Chimes; Room Heaters; Table Ironer
Water Pump
2 Portable Battery Radios
PARTLOW ELECTRIC CO.
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Next to Postoffice
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DEALER
PHONE 182
Make Plans For
Softball Season
There were 12 representatives of
various Libby softball organizations
present last night when Bill Erick
son of the High School, serving as
chairman, called the meeting to
der. Paul Church acted as sec
retary.
Plans were discussed for the sum
mer league and Ross Hibbs was
elected president of the organiza
tion. A meeting will be called i
the near future to further plans for
the summer. The remaining officers
will also be elected at this meet
ing.
or
in
Softball organizations which were
represented last night at the meet
ing. and expect to furnish teams
are: Libby Lions, Brown's Hi-Power.
Jaqueth & Charnholm, The Neils
Mill. The Merchants, and the High
School. It is also thought that both
,the „ VFW and American Legion, as
we ,, as ^veral other organizations
Wi11 P^bably sponsor teams.
J. B. Farris of Troy was a bus
iness visitor in Libby this morning.

trailer; Beds and Springs; 1 Floor
Lamp; Hot Plates; gas and electric
iron; Blankets and Pillows; all
kinds of caroenter tools; 1 walking
plow; 1 Phonograph and 25 Records.
$10.00; small and large blocks; 2
cream separators,
Trov.
M. J. Page,
For Sah
Fortine, Mont.
■Potatoes.
Chas Holly,
50-3x.
WANTED
Wanted—House painting, or any
paint jobs. Contact Box 262, Eur
eka, Mont.
50-4x
Wanted—Someone with saw rig to
saw logs into rick wood lengths.
See Carl D. Larson or Phone 43W12.
lx
Wanted—2 Horses, 12 years or older;
1400 to 1700 lbs. each. John Ober
51-2x
hofer, Troy, Mont.
Usher Wanted.—Kootenai Theatre.
51-2c
Wanted to Buy—Meat Rabbits. W
B. Lensing, Troy.
51-2x
Waitress Wanted •■ Must be exper
ienced. J & I Cafe.
2c
MISCELLANEOUS
Expert hosiery mending, 35c per
1309 Mineral Ave., Box 826,
40-tt.
run.
Phone 98R.
Will Trade Ui-ton Chevrolet truck
for pickup. Bill Williams. Phone
165J.
1c
Found—A set of keys. Owner may
have by calling at this office and
paying for ad.
1c
LOST
Lost—One brown suitcase contain
ing young ladies wearing apparel,
lost between Libby and Kalispell.
Reward.
Ira Karnes, P. O. Box
! 683.
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IF THE MEN WHO
FOUGHT TOGETHER
STICK TQGEtHER
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HARPER ERDMAN
POST NO. 1548
Veterans of Foreign Wars
of the
United States
LIBBY, MONTANA
Fire Destroys
Ranch Home
Fire of unknown origin the af
ternoon of May 1, burned the ranch
home of Mrs. Anne Cummings
Lake Creek near Troy. The fire
started in the back shed about 3 30
entirely destroying the 9-room resi
dence.
Mrs. Cummings and daughter,
Belle with two babies were alone
when the fire was discovered. A
son, Frank drove out from Troy
immediately after the alarm was
phoned in, but was unable to save
more than a few chairs, the piano
and a couple of trunks which were
in the front of the house. With the
aid of forest service pumps the
cellar and barn were saved. There
was no insurance on the house.
Mrs. Cummings was selling the
place and had expected in another
two weeks to move to Troy. The
deal was to have been concluded
May^ 15.
on
V.CARD OF THANKS:
to thank our
We wish
many friends and
neighbors for their help and kind
ness in assisting us in attempting
to save our home from the fire —
Anne Cummings and Children.
The Western
section is worth reading.
News Classifieo
Garden Fresh Vegetables'#
All year long fresh fruits and vegetables are unsurpassed sources for vital vitamins.
BURGAN'S fruits and vegetables are fresh and are filled with the essential
vitamins so necessary for the
growth of children and the health of grown ups.
FRIDAY - SATURDAY - MONDAY
ASPARAGUS
No. I All Green Tender
19c
Lb.
NEW POTATOES
23c
Shafter White California
3 Lbs.
FRESH TOMATOES
Packed in Cartons .
CERTIFIED SEED POTATOES, Per Cwt.
31c
Lb.
$5.90
MARMALADE
Stokely
Pure
Orange
25c
1 Lb.
Jar
GINGER SNAPS
Old Fashion .
45c
2-1 Lb. Pkgs.
BEANIE WEENIES
20C
Weiners and Beans - Van Camps
Jar
POTATO CHIPS
25c
Nalley's Crisp Fresh
5V4-OZ. Pkg.
GOLDEN WEST
35c
Regular or Drip Coffee
Lb.
HERSHEY'S CHOCOLATE
I4c
Each Square Separately Wrapped
y 2 -Lb. Pkg.
SUGAR
75c
Spare Stamp No. 49 now Valid.
.10-Lb. Sack
Meat Is Scarce
But we are doing our best to get you all we possibly can.
COME EARLY FOR THESE:
LEG O' LAMB ....
SHOULDER LAMB
ROLLED PRIME RIB ROASTS
BEEF ROASTS, Arm or Blade
FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER.Lb.
PURE PORK LINKS ....
FRESH RENDERED LARD
. . Lb.
40c
Lb.
35c
Lb.
30c
29c
Lb. 44c
Lb.
19c
ALL KINDS OF ASSORTED LUNCHEON MEATS
FRESH DRESSED ROASTING HENS AND. FRYERS
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Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Prince of Troy
were business visitors in Libby
ednesday.
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Consult Your 100 Percent Local And
Established Real Estate Firm
CALIFORNIA AVE:—Close to everything. 6-Rra. modern, fall
basement, furnace heated house with three lots. House in ex
cellent condition. Recently re-decorattd and a new roof - A sub
stantial and sensible home for anybody. This place may be pur
chased on terms.
EAST LIBBY 2 Bd. Rm. house.
150 acre ranch on Savage Lake and includes three fourths of the
shore-ine of Milner Lake. A very fine set-up for ranch and
resort. Thirty acres meadow with creek. A good cement foun
dation house. This place is very prettily situated and only three
miles from highway No. 2 and only about five miles from Troy.
80 acres on Cherry Creek - a few miles from Libby. Priced at
$950.00.
6 acres Va mile Libby on No. 2, west.
Only a few riverside Drive Addition acreages remain unsold anH
they will go quickly.
Buy your vacant lot now. We have several good building spots.
H. B. Wallace Licensed Real Estate
Phones — Business 93
Home — 114
—Regular meeting of the VFW and
the Auxiliary the first and third
Friday of each month, 8 p. m. 48tf

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