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rate of 2c per word per issue with a
minimum charge of 30c for the ad.
For Sale:—One new Columbia 24
ft. 2 room trailer house. Is com
nletelv equipped and must be seen
to be appreciated. Makes a fine
;_ Payment plan if desired.—
See Northern Motors, Eureka. 14-tf
For Sale:— Early New Hampshire
Red Pullets. Glen Campbel, Eur
For Sale:-One black horse, 8 years
old. Francis Walker. Phone 53F4
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For Sale:—One team with liâmes ,
good Jersey Milk Cow. At
Dick Lee place 18-3x
For Sale:—1 75 H. P. Holt gas en
gmc. new magneto and Picketing
governor, good, condition $
Hifion P S 2 ? 0 ° l G Chrvsler 75 car en
dition, $250 ' J c j D cum -1
9 ' ig. 3 x
For Sale:—Fountain and Lunch,
complete with equipment and sup -1
plies at Rexford; also 96 acre ranch
on west Kootenai. For details write
or see John H. Doble, Gateway.
mings, Yaak Route, Troy.
For Sale:— Cocker Spaniel puppies
for sale; Pari and solid colors. In
dividually registered and tattooed.
Reasonably priced to reduce ken
nel stock. Barteau Kennels, Shelby,
Mont. Phone 284-J.
Powdered Laundy Soap For Sale:—
Those interested, call 137W. Clar
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM: —
Thursday - Friday - Saturday
Hit The Hay
JUDY CANOVA and
My Name is
NINA FOCH and
Sunday and Monday
and ROBERT CUMMINGS
The Bride Wore Boots
It's a wacky—wonderful comedy,
Movietoon - "Cheese Burglar"
Tuesday and Wednesday
GEORGE RAFT and
Plenty of Action!
Musical Parade - - "College Queen'
Popeye - "Peep in the Deep"
COLD IN THE HEAD
•eo. v. 5. PAteNt on.
Lined 'with Soft Cotton
•won't shrink—they •won't
—pure •wool outside for
•warmth—soft cotton inside for
comfort, c 'A great •variety of
75f and $1.00 up
Always First in Fashions'^
fresh Spokane j
L. D. Mit
j For Sale or Rent;—House,
except heat. No children.
Foi Sale.— 6 o sacks
c^ent Loca! pi ice.
chell. RFD. Tien.
bull. 17 months old and gentle.
Priced for quick sale,
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Notice:—I am selling wood again.
Bert Wilkes. ~0-2x
Phone 2 1 F22. j
For Sale:—No. 1 Guernsey milk cow |
and 4 heifer calves.
_ . n I lums - A^nrfor'lFor
Wealthy Apples; Whitney Crate.
T - Moore, Lurcka - Mon 9 tan 9 a v j
1 ___ 20 I
~ i e . Amw and Sawbuck jack
For bale.—Army ana sau oucK jacx
saddles and band. Saddles rehned
rebuilt. Hammers in stock.—
Prices reasonable. Schienen s Lea-,
ther Shop, Bonners. Ferry, Idaho.
__ 20 . .
For Sale:—Baled Alfalfa and baled j
straw. On Pete Romps place. F. H. i
Pickens. 20-2.X !
For Sale:—Monarch, white enamel
wood or coal range; dinette table
with four chairs; lawn mower used
door 6 8 by 3 by 1*» . Phone j
Libby 180. lx
Sale:—One good used car
Baker's Radio Service. lc|
For Sale:—Chairs, beds, heating
stoves, 1 gas range, 1 electric range, j
3 kerosene stoves, 3 churns, 3 large i
crocks, 3 grindstones. 12 shovels, j
10 cross cut saws. 400 ft. cable, j
blocks all sizes. I couch. 50 traps. 6 :
levels. 6 squares,
2 ice-boxes, 2 \
book stands, 2 baby rocking chairs, j
1 corn chopper by hand or power, t
pump, electric roaster. M. J. Page,
For Sale;—Range, heater, dining,
room and bedroom furniture, kitchen i
cabinet, dresser, chairs, easy chairs, j
dishes, cooking utensils, 200 ' gal -1
vanized V pipe, rural telephone,.
radio, cross-cut and hand saws,
axes and other small tools, bed
jstead and springs and many other
j items; Leon DeBorde, Route 3,
Sale: — Fresh eggs, market
Gladiola bulbs, cheap if
taken this fall. Mrs. Wiley Moody.
For Sale:—Large Trunk. Mrs. Fred
For Sale:—'31 Chevrolet 4-door
Sedan, seal beam lights, good tires;
Edwin Cripe. Phone 56F22
For Sale This Week End:—Some
beds, springs, mattresses, wood and
coal ranges with hot water tanks,
wood heaters, ice boxes, dressers, j
electric range, washing machine :
Bargain prices, i
with mangle, etc.
Corner 1st St. and Montana Ave. lc
cards, writing paper, wrapping, etc.
Mrs. Rose Brouillard. Mineral &
Ninth St. Home evenings.
For Sale:—Braqd new 5 gallon Jer
sey cream cans at $4.75 each. Limited
quantity. Libby Creamery.
For Sale:—House and three lots.— 1
Mrs. Roy Patrick, Eureka.
Each One a
Work of Art
You should see our beautiful new
Residential Lighting Fixtures
Now on display. The very latest in home lighting effects;
will add greatly to the attractiveness of your home. Step
in and look them over.
See our new
A great convenience for the farmer
PARTLOW ELECTRIC CO.
Next to Postoffice
The Most Popular Place In Town
(A. The Cocktail Lounge may be reserved for private
parties, club or organization meetings at any
time. However the management must be noti
fied before Wednesday each week so that ar
'^54 rangements may be made. This will be a very
/ / nice place for any gatherings.
Regular VFW Meetings the Third Friday of Each
Month in the Community Room of the Court House
For Sale:—Five room house with
bath, in West Libby, 125 foot front
age. sewer, cement foundation.
plastered and cclotex throughout.
g ara g 0 chicken house, large and
small fruit. Terms if desired, other
g ooc j listings. Strout Realty, John
F. Bowen, local agent. Phone 66 M
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p or Sale:—1 Walking Plow, steel
10 quart pressure cooker.
Drop leaf breakfast table.
For Sale:—1 circulating heatrola and
hot water coils, both in good con
dition at half price. James Par
Sale:—Rexford Power ami
Light Hydro Eiectric UtiHty, ser
Rexford. complete with dam.
flume, power house and dwellings.
transmission distribution line with
casements and franchise. W. V.
Owner 9n 2r
Kucnan, owner. zo-ic
F c alo ._House and three lots
ben bouse; a j so sew ing box,
hest e ironmg board . book C as e and
writing desk combined, gas lamp.
card table, step ladder phonograph
cabinet. 9 chairs, kitchen cabinet,
stove, and easy chair, typewriter,
gas barrels. 315 Colorado Avenue,
Mrs. J. Hartigan. lx
Ziooer kev case with several
£ost.-Zippei key case with several
kejs- Return to western wews for
Quilling, box 348. Eureka.
20 - 2 x
At the End of 3 Years
This bonus is in addition to a good
salary during the entire three years.
Yes, that is what a three year en
listment in the new regular Army
of the United States gives you at
the expiration of your enlistment
IF YOU ACT NOW!
Only those qualified men who en-
list before October 5th will get full
advantage under the provisions of
educational benefits of the G. I.
Bi u of Rights which guarantees one
trade or business school of vour
month's training in the college, :
choice for each month of enlist
men t. Three years of Army lifè,
t ben 43 months—more than a full
five year college course—of Gov
ernment-paid education and sub
sistence for you!
Don't Miss This Golden Oppor
tunity! Act now before it is too
late! This is your chance of a life
Army Recruiting Station at once—
before October 5th!
Call at your local U. S.
ARMY RECRUITING STATION
Lost:—Key ring with several keys,
If found, return to Victor Peltier for
reward. Eureka, Mantana.
Lost:—Pair of blue plastic rim glas
ses in brown leather case. Leave
at Western News or Call Mary Lou
Wanted:—Poles and Piling, Cedar,
Douglas Fir and Pine, all sizes.—
Quote f. o. b. shipping point. State
quantities can supply, earliest ship
Spalding Bldg., Portland (4) Ore.
, T .
&****- Q. uo e . f - b - shipping
P?* 1 }*ir' a o'rriv P ^ o' ' I c EI
^ pa ,Q 1 9 g
Building, Portland (4) Ore. 19-7c
Expert hosiery me nding, 35c per
run. 1309 Mineral Ave., Box 826.
Notice: To Whom It May Concern
I will not be responsible for any
bills made by anyone but myself.
Leonard M. Smith.
91 Greatest ndverlUer of ooun-
try property. Han nmdf over
Kn lex of llonieN —— Farm» ——
A<*ronice* IluyrrN from nil over the
World. Free «»pen lixtiiiw:
E. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY
JOHN F. BOWEN
P. O. BOX 295
Notice.—Special meeting Loggers 1
Local 2662 Sunday October 13 at !
2:30 p. m. Libby Moose Hall. Please j
attend. Allen Goodgame, Record- |
20 - 2 x
EAT YOUR WAY TO HEALTH
These fall days appetites grow keener and children especially arc "half starved."
At BURGAN'S you will find a large variety of good things to choose from to
make appetizing meals. Come in today and see for yourself how you will save
Carton of 10 Pkgs.
Variety, Package 23c
SPERRY WAFFLE or
9.8 Lb. Bag
VAN CAMPS PRE-COOKED
2 Packages .
20-oz. Can .
1 Pound Can
FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
10 Pound Bag .
Green Stalks, Pound ...
McIntosh, 3 Pounds .
TOKAY - Pound
NETTED GEMS - No. 2 - 50 Pounds ... * **
DON'T FORGET THE
LARGE CRISP HEADS - Each
IT CANT LAST FOREVER
We Will Soon
BEST BUYS THIS WEEK
Per Pound .
Canned - Pound .
Of Beef - Pound .
Lean - Pound
Baby Beef LIVER
Boneless - Pound
THE VERY BEST IN STEAKS
Poultry Assorted Lunch Meats
AIRMAIL STAMPS ARE
REDUCED TO FIVE CENTS
Postmaster DeRosia informs us
that in spite of the large amount
of publicity given the matter, many
people have forgotten that starting
October 1, airmail stamps are only
five cents instead of eight cents as
they have been recently. The cut
in price will prove a great saving
to those wishing to use airmail.
Other Building Materials may be
scarce but high, but you can build
a strong cooperative namely by pat
ronizing it day by day. All pro
ducer patrons become stockholders
thru their patronage; all stock
holders share in its savings thru
their patronage. — Farmers Union
Exchange. Eureka, Montana. 19-tf
IF YOU SELL OR BUY - WE SATISFY
TWO BEDROOM HOME—Large living room, dinette kitchen,
bath, cement foundation with part basement, garage, chicken
house, wood shed, child's playhouse, large lot, good location.
NEW THREE ROOM HOME WITH BATH.—On cement foundation
garage, workshop and wood shed. This place has lots of possi-
THREE ROOMS AND BATH.—Nice location on two good lots.
49 ACRES.—7 miles from town, three bedroom home and some
-mile from school bus, creek runs through
WALLACE REAL ESTATE AGENCY
Office Phone 93
Residence Phone 197J
MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED
DURING PAST WEEK
September 27:—Lewis L. Flem
ing and Lois E. Kneifel, both of
Yakima. Wn. They were married
by Justice of the Peace, Hal Hep-,
Roy A. Cranor and Inez E. Wag
goner, both of Elmira, Ida. They
were married by Justice of the
Peace, Hal Hepner.
September 29:—Frank J. Widic
of Spokane, Wn., and Caroline E.
Fluid of Troy.
September 30:—Leonard A Mont
gomery of Hot Springs, and Rachel
L. Tyler, of Sandpoint, Ida.
October 1:—Elvin L. Morrow and
Donna J. Lynch, both of Kalispell.
They were married by Justice of
the Peace, Hal Hepner.
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