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lst r Prize L~ Best c . an *° f pcar A be ,
can of raspberries, best can of beets,
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towej.
embroidered pillow cases, crocheted
table cloth placqucs pine needle
tray, any other crocheted article.
best can cucumber pickles, sliced.
Second Pnze.-Water color picture.
Horace Hudson:
1st Prize:—Barley (bearded). Red
Clover, best display sheaf grains and
grasses. Second Pnze:-Alfalfa, 1st,
cutting.
Mrs. Olaf Johnson:
2nd Prize -Embroidered lunch
cloth - . _ „ .
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1st Prize:—Best house plant. Sec
ond Prize. Doughnuts.
Petronella Z. Klinke.
1st Prize —Childs rompers, cro
chet bedspread crochet table doth,
crochet chair set, crochet pot hold
crs. dresser scarf, any article
from feed sacks. 2nd Prize: Em-;
broidered pillow cases.
A. C. Mackey:
1 st Prize:—Onions. 2nd Prize:—
Bliss Triumph, tomatoes (green),
beet, table.
Mrs. I. R. Ingram:
1st Prize:—Egg Plant.
Irene Kautzman:
1st Prize:—Homemade divinity.
cookies (white unfrosted). Second
Prize:—Doughnuts.
Manuel Kautzman, Jr.;
1st Prize:—Chocolate Fudge. 2nd
Prize:—Buns. 1
Mrs. Manuel Kautzman:
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1st Prize:—Pastels. 2 nd Prize:
Asters, sweet peas, can raspberries, ■
carrots (table).
Mrs. Erick Lundeen;
1st Prize:—Any rug, young white
rocks, patchwork quilt, cabbage
<early), late cabbage, pumpkin pie,
squash (yellow hubbard), carrots, j
•mangels (yellow), large pumpkin. J
r ssrisfS bSsms:
ver, timothy, honey.
Carl Lundeen;
TOBACCO VALLEY
FAIR FRIZES
Mrs. Orval West:
New Hampshire reds,
lone B. Johnson:
1st Prize:—Embroidered
1st Prize:—Sheaf wheat.
W. D. Webb:
1st Prize:—Barley (sheaf beard- !
less, barley (sheaf bearded).
Henrietta L. Frost:
1st Prize:
Embroidered chair j
set, any other embroidered article.
Mrs. Bert C. Roe:
1st Prize:—Beans, any other var
iety.
Emmet Quirk:
1st Prize:—Plate McIntosh ap
ples, greenings, wealthy, duchess,
plate alexanders.
Glenn Lake School:
2nd Prize:—School exhibits.
Mrs. Wm. E. West:
1st Prize—Best can yellow corn,
cucumber pickling. 2nd Prize;—
Best dozen brown eggs, best can
peaches, best can pears, best can
cucumber pickles (whole), best can
cucumber pickles (sliced).
Wm E. West:
1st prize;—Wheat sheaf (hard
spring), wheat soft (wintergal), oats
(white), barley (beardless), pota
toes (netted gem), potatoes (Bliss
Triumph. 2nd Prize:—Rye (win
ter).
Earl Crawford:
1st prize:—Beef breeding.
Kay Kins;
2nd Prize:—New Hampshire Reds, j
Mrs. Henry J. Lenarz:
1st Prize;—Best can sweet cher- 1
ries, best can peaches, best can j
green beans, asters (large). 2nd
Prize:—Cucumber pickling, cutwork j
article, asters (display).
Roger W. Helms:
ist Prize:—Late potatoes, onions,
beef fattening, 2nd Prize:—Chickens
(New Hampshires).
Hubert K. Helms:
1st Prize;—Alfalfa (2nd cutting),
2nd Prize;—Currants, netted Gem
potatoes.
A. S. Erickson:
1st Prize:—Oats (Mission), Tim
othy.
Ralph W. Johnson:
1st Prize:—Alfalfa seed (sheaf).'
2nd Prize:—Rhubarb, Mangles.
Mildred Fewkes:
1st Prize:—Pillow case set, tea |
towel set, petunia display (large), j
2nd Prize;—Luncheon set, towel, I
aster display, phlox (perennial), 1 !
dozen white eggs.
Mrs. Robert Green:
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set.
Loretta Erickson:
1st Prize:—Oil painting, land
scape, oil painting, animal life. 2nd
prize:—Oil painting, still life.
INaomi Mackey:
-'2nd Prize:—Sewing Kit, Peasant
•skirt, darning stockings.
Betty Mackey:
1st prize:—Peasant skirt, 2nd
Prize:—Sewing kit. 3rd Prize:—
darning stockings.
Betty Williams;
3rd Prize:—Peasant skirt.
Mrs. F. H. Leonard:
1st Prize: — Snapdragons (six
stems), cosmos (display). 2nd
Prize;—Phlox '(annual), basket dis
play.
Mrs. Nan Carpenter:
2nd Prize:—Quilt.
Ben Bernhard:
1st Prize:—Dairy type.
Maye Roose:
2nd Prize:—Whitney Crabs.
N. E. Carpenter:
1st Prize:—Chair set. 2nd Prize:
—Bundle rug, tea towel set, sofa
■pillow.
Weydemeyer Brothers:
1st Prize:—Alfalfa (2nd cutting),
Plate Whitney crabs, display cur
rants, best dozen brown eggs. 2nd
Prize;—Wheat, sheaf, (hard spring), |
plate (transcendent Crabs.)
Winton Weydemeyer:
1st Prize:—Photo (land scape),
Photo (portrait). 2nd Prize:—Photo
(childs picture), photo, animal pic
ture).
Robert and Idell Weydemeyer:
1st Prize;—Squash, summer var
iety, tomatoes (green), 2nd Prize—
.Cucumbers, slicing.
Mrs. D. R. Weydemeyer:
p ~/ K \i '\ii Z ui - ? CSt ^ ouse P Iant -
fat Mciuuilin.
. 1] m Ist - Pr ^ C ir?^ r . y heifer -
Margie McMullin.
ist Prize:—Dairy hdfer.
™; s - C*ara Stevens:
2nd Knitted childs coat.
Nancy ( lark:
1st Prize :-Muffms, safety poster
înd Prize:—Biscuits.
Aim Skelly:
1st Pnze:-B 1S cuits safety poster,
, 2nd Prize:—Breakfast book, muffins,
table setting.
Glen Helms;
1st Pnze:-Pig (ehester white
female), pig (ehester white male),
jchjgkens (New Hampshire). 2nd
Prize: — Wood carving, airplane
ïorn carrots (table).
|A Ç^?pSr ÜU A , t * nr f
2nd Pnze.-Asters, small 6 stems,
Ir°^. r P erennial '
(Mrs, T^i C. Quirk.
1st Prize:—Gladiolus (display).
j Zinnias large. 6 stems, phlox, 6
^ nc L Pn2 , e ' Dahlias, 6 stems,
made,gladiolus 3 spikes.
De sena Petenwn.
2nd Prize:—Sewing kit.
Helen Skelly:
1st Prize:—Pickles 2nd Prize—
Carrots, can of huckleberries, green
beans (cans of each). ,
Virginia Roe:
1st Prize—Ewe lamb, market
Harvey:
lst Prize.—Airplane model.
Mrs. Clifford Johnson; ;
2nd Prize:—Dahlia, display.
Henry Ponton: 1
1st Prize:—Bantam chickens. 2nd
Prize-Plums. |
MS other knitted ar
tide !
«. t. O. Club. i
1st Prize:—Club booth. j
Friendly Neighbor Club: j
2nd Prize;—Club booth. j
Palmonette Webb; ,
1st Prize;—Table setting. 2nd
Prize:—Breakfast Book. Biscuits.!
3rd Prize;—Safety Poster.
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1st Prize:—Early white potatoes.
2nd Prize;—Soft spring wheat.
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Libby, Montana
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
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We Carry Lee's
Poultry and Stock Remedies
Germozone - Acidox - Pinjectol - Leemulsion
Pick Paste - Worm Capsules - Blitspray
Vapo Spray
FEEDS AND GRAINS AT ALL TIMES
Chop Feed
Ground Barley
Ground Oats
Meat Meal
Straw - Salt
Oyster Shell
Deliveries on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays
Blue Tag Laying Mash
Em-Em Co. Dual Purpose
Dairy Feed
Hog Feed
Growing Mash
Ground Alfalfa
ROBERTSON & SON
failures
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If you bake at home—you can always
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Dry Yeast to give you perfect risings
.,. delicious bread... every time you bake!
Ready for instant action—New Fleisch
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!Mrs. Pete Johnson:
i 1st Prize:—Chrysanthemums,
j low transparents.
| Bina »»àson:
1st Prize:—Rhubarb, celery, pota
toes (any late kind), string beans.
slicing cucumbers, cucumbers (jor
kins), sweet corn, best collection
Icanned fruit, can apricots
huckleberries, mixed vegetable soup.
best can dill pickles, best can pork.
best can chicken, best can of jam
and preserves, best loaf white
bread, best loaf brown bread
buns, light layer cake, best cookies
(dark), pies (open kind), pies any
crusted kind, cottage cheese, ranch
butter, sofa pillow, hooked cotton
mg. binmas (small), any other kind
annual, strawberries, are made
flour sacks. 2nd Prize:— Cabbage.
!< earl y)- e reen peppers, can her
Ties., best rolls, best cake (sugar-;
iless). hooked yarn rug, apron, dis
play of large petunias.
Mrs. James R. Evey:
1st Prize^-Embroidered luncheon
set, embroidered table cloth, quilt
.2nd Priz*: - Crocheted bedspread,
aplique cotton quilt, patchwork
cotton quilt.
Mrs. Jim Butts:
2nd Prize;—Embroidered table
cloth, any other embroidered ar
tide, any other crocheted article.
Mrs. Wm. R. Smith:
1st Prize:—Pine needle
2nd Prize:—Pine needle tray pine
cone owls (4).
Billie Stevens:
2nd Prize;—Carrots, crabs, corn,
Jackie Stevens:
i s t Prize:—Early potatoes.
Mrs. Carl Rhodes';
1st Prize: - Canned vegetables.
ÜÄ ^ ** Pri "'
Beyl Holgren:
i s t Prize;—Any other model
Willie Stevens:
2nd Prize:—Gourds (display).
Mrs. Ora Crawford:
2nd Prize;—Light layer cake.
Ruby Stevens:
1st Prize:—Nasturtiums. 2nd prize
—Snapdragons
basket.
Green Hubbard
1st Prize:
squash, largest potato, sugarless
icake. gourds. Navy dry beans
vol-, other bean. 2nd Prize:—Any other
1 variety of souash anv other unriotv
potatoes, can corn, best Jan of pe^
beans of any other variety.
Roger Bernhard:
1st Prize:—Calf (Guernsey),
of Allen Bernhard:
can 1st Prize —Hog calf (hereford)
2 nd Prize:-Calf (Guernsey) f d>
Mrs. P. V. Morrison:
j 1st Prize.-Roses, display of roses
: perennial. 2nd Prizc:-Chrysanthe'
mums (small).
Mrs. Hary Owens:
; 1st Prize:-Sweet peas. 2nd prize
-Display of any other annual, pan
sies
Teddy Webb:
of 1st Prize.-Green Peppers 2nd
Prize:—Squash (yellow Hubbard).
Mrs. Charles Ruckdaschal;
1st Prizer-Dahlias, dalhia display
(pansies display, basket display, dis
play of blackberries, transcendent
crabs comb honey hvsloo crabs
2nd Prize ^Embroidered tea towel'
embroidered chair set, celery crate
tomatoes, tomatoes, can apricots
sour cherries, dill pickles
Mrs Peter Bonin
2nd Prize."Tny variety of
ions, display of strawberries
J. J. Moses:
2nd Prize:—Early potatoes
Mrs. H. B. Wallace is enjoying
her grandson, David, in the absence
NOTTPF rin vrtn nmc
Not" is hereby given that fhe
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ceive sealed bids on the "fo lowl
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on
Pormenter Valley
of his mother, Mrs. Dick Smith, who
2 One and one-half (It£) ton
dump bodies, Optional cab-over
engine, with 109 inch wheel
base or regular style 136 inch
wheel base, equipped with dual
Transmissions, or two (2) speed
rear axles. Tires: 750 x 20 all
around.
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All bids must be addressed to the
County Clerk at Libby, Lincoln
County, Montana.
The Board reserves^the right to
reject any or all bids.
Dated this 28th. day of Sept. 1946
P. V. KLINKE. Chairman'
Board of County Commissioners
Lincoln County, Montana
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ATTEST
;GCE.
Clerk of the Board,
(3 Times - October 3-10-17)
RHEUMATISM
and ARTHRITIS
I suffered for years and am so
thankful that I am free from pain
and able to do my work that I will
gladly answer anyone writing me
(for information. Mrs. Anna Pautz
JP. O. Box 825, Vancouver, Wash.
Pd. Adv.—NUE-OVD Laboratories
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LEE METCALF
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ASSOCIATE JUSTICE
VETERAN WOULD WARE
PAID FOR BY LEE METCALF
Shorthorn Auction
FOR MONTANA'S BEST
Attend the 4th annual sale of the Northwest Montana Shorthorn Breeder's As
sociation, Wednesday, October 16, 1946 '
Kalispell, Montano
25 Bulls 25 20 Females 20
CONSIGNORS
Bay Simonson .
W. J. Vincent, Jr.
B. C. Volin .
Kalana Farms .
Russell Warner.
Will-O-Wood Farms .
Robert J. Hamel .
Edmond D. Hamel .
H. R. Haven .
A. E. Kirk .
.„..Whitefish
.Kalispell
.. Columbia Falls
.Kalispell
.Columbia Falls
.Columbia Falls
.St. Ignatius
.St. Ignatius
.Kalispell
.Somers
TIME - Sale will begin promptly at 1:00 P. M. Wednesday,* October 16, 1946.
LOCATION - Sale will be held at the Ashley Shorthorn Ranch end of 6th St.
West, Kalispell, Montana.
HEALTH - All cattle will have passed within thirty days of sale a negative test
for T. B. and Bangs.
AUCTIONEER - Phil Buck, Creston
SALE CATALOGS - A sale catalog will be sent upon request, write L. A. Storm,
Jr., Sec'y., Kalispell, Montana.
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is vacationing in North Dakota.
Jerry Glosser states he had a
grand time on his recent trip to
Seattle but is happy to be back.
Mrs. Earl Buckingham is expect
ing her granddaughter and great
granddaughter for a short visit
soon.
Mrs. James Shanholtzer attended
,the Rainbow Mothers dinner, Sat
urday evening. The next dinner
will be October 19.
The Rocky Range Breakfast Club
What
Chiropractic
Has Done For Children
The following Statistics Speak for Themselves;
From over half a hundred children's clinics throughout the U. S.
A. the following statistics have been compiled and recorded and
every one signed by the parents of the children.
The children ranged in ages from 3 to 13.
"More than 85 per cent of the children were found to have spinal
curvatures already developing, which resulted in poor posture,
general sluggishness, low inte rnal resistance to diseases, resulting
from disturbed or impaired NERVE ENERGY.
"These statistics clearly indicate that sickness begins in early life
and we are led to the conclusion that 'birth injuries' which pass
unnoticed until Nature's resistance is broken down are the basic
CAUSES of the majority of adult illness."
The above quotations, from the doctor's report under whose
supervision this great work was carried on.
Do not allow your children to grow up under such a handicap.
Have their spines straightened so they may enjoy health.
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Appendicitis
Asthma
Ankle Ailment
Abcess of Ear
Bronchitis
Bladder Trouble
Backache
Blindness
Colds
Co nst&pation
Convulsions
Croup
Cross-eyes
Deafness
Dysentry
Earache
Bed-wetting
Ear Ailments
Foot Trouble
Gland Disorder
Hay Fever
Headaches
Heart Triouble
Indigestion
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2 2
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0 Kidney Trouble
0 . Knee Ailment
0 Liver Disorder
0 Leg Ailment
0 Menstrual Disorder 2
8 6 2 Mental! Disorder
4 4 0 Nervousness
10 1 Nose-bleed
36 32 4 Abnormally Fat
28 26 2 Facial Paralvsis
5 5 0 Infantile Paralysis 2 2 0
1 0 Spastic Paralysis
7 6 1 Rheumatism
7 5 2 St. Vitas Dance
1 Sinusitis
2 2 0 Skin Eruptions
17 9 8 Spinal Injury
2 2 0 Stomach Trouble 28 * 26 2
110 Speech Impairment 11 6 5
7 7 0 Tensilities
(Ehlfcarged)
31 30 1 Throat Trouble
2 2 0 Malnutrition
110 Poor Sfrcool Work
The X-Ray Will Show the Cause of
Your Child's Hlness
Modern Scientific Chiropractic is A Separate Distinct
Independent and Exact Science
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DR. R. R. KAHLE
CHIROPRACTOR
437 MAIN STREET
Write or Phone for an Appointment
PHONE 120
KALISPELL, MONT.
Thursday, October 3, 1946
met at the home of Etta Mae Gar
ren, Saturday afternoon. All ladies
and eight members were present.
It was decided to have Achieve
ment Day, Saturday, October 19 fn
the Community room. We hope it
is possible to have a good crowd
out that day. This is the close of
our club year. At this meeting all
fines and awards will be given.
There will also be some exhibits.—
Peggy Boomer, club reporter.

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