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minimum charge of She for the ad.
. Turkey Poults, Broad Breasted
Bronze, hatched in our New Mod
Robbins Incubators from Ore
gon's U. S. Approved and Pullorum
Clean flocks . . . Bitney*s Poultry,
Kalisptell, Mont. 36-19c
Order your BABY CHICKS now,
N H Reds, R. I. Reds, White Rocks,
Legrocks and Leghorns. Pullets
Cockerels and Straight Run avail
able in above breeds, U. S. Approved
and Porrorum controlled, Bitney's
Pou..r y , Kalispell. Mont, 36-.9C
—The Eureka Radio Shop under
new management, will carry a com
plete line of Radios and household
electrical appliances, also radio re
pair service and parts,
TIRES at TINKER'S
1300 lb. seven year old.
grey Gelding with harness, broke
to ride, work single or double.—
Frank Atchison, Troy, Box 523. 46-6x
For Sale:—Black Mare, six years
old, $50; raddle mare seven years
old. $50; black mare, five years old,
unbroke, $25; six cylinder motor
radiator, transmission and
running order, $35. Joe
Wheat, Oats and Barley.
C & R Farm Service.
For Sale:—1 oil heater, used one
winter: 1 Underwood typewriter,—
just reconditioned. Call 82-W. 47-2t
For Sale:—Small. Briggs Stratton
gas motor; gas washing machine;.
violin and case; all *in good condi-j
tion and reasonably priced. Rhoda
Hutton, Box 114
sin air cooled gas engine, new, $200. ;
P. M. chain saw 26 inch blade,
about 30 hours, $300, Leslie
S. Hurd, Troy, Mont.
A Bargain Buy;—Small Aldrich Up
wrile Piano Mahogany case. To be
sold in this territory.
Pauls Piano Shop, 2809 N Monroe
St Spokane (12) Wash.
For Sale or Trade;—1929 Model A
Lindgren, star route.
For Sale:—250 egg incubator. '515;!
16 DeLaval cream separator,
$25; 32-20 lever action Winchester;
rifle, ^perfect condition. $35; Re
liance conversion range, oil burner,
$35; fruit jars, 50c per dozen. D. B.
Clement, foot of Ski Hill. P. O.
For Sale;—Trailer house, 7 x 10;
heavy canvas, new tires, $125.00;
small trailer, $10; 9x9 tent. $15;
oil drum faucets, $4; man's bicycle,
$20;, girl's bicycle. $27; large store
scales, $10; men's rubber boots, size
9. $4; old range, $5; white Gamble
range, $25. Glenn Waychoff, end
of Kootenai Bridge. Troy.
For Sale:—1 lawn mower in good
condition.—See or *write E. D. Ben
Oskosh B' Gosh Bib Overalls and
Big Jack waist overalls at the Men's
For Sale.—The Lulo Olsen house, 3
blocks west of Bank Building.—
Clara Stevens, Eureka.
For Sale:—80 acres 3 miles east of
Libby. See Earl Buckingham at
Buckingham Jewelry Store.
For Sale:— 1941 Studebaker 1 Vi ton'
pick-up. heavy duty commercial, 5
good tires, chains and heater, new'j
overhaul and paint job. Excellent
condition, mileage 23000.' William
Vanderwood, Phone 27F22
For complete overhauls and repair
work of all kinds, see Northern
Motors, Eureka, Montana.
For Sale:—Guns: 25-20, $20; 22
single, $10; 410 single, $15; 12-ga.
J A GOOD JOB for man
whole tacrificas made it
possible for all Americans
-to live and prosper in a
"2 HOUSING for returning
vatarans and lhair da
pandants ... to pul long
saperalad families back
CAN YOU HELP?
Think st over ... what can yon
do to assist? Do you havo a
.1 r. an apartmant or
rooms to rant? Your enistanca
«41 bo grootly appraciatad.
CALL OU« POST
- VETERANS Of FOREIGN WARS '
OF THE ONIWD STATES
POST NO. 1548
single, $15; 16-ga. $12.50. Blow torch
$3; Bolt Cutter $2.50; Pipe cutter,
rächet style W 3/4" 1" 1 Vi", $12;
2 wheel 14' trailer, new 7:00 x 20 3
ply tires, spare wheel, tire, tube,
haul 2Vfc tons easy, $125. A. T. Mil
ler, Troy, 2nd house west of Iron
Creek Road, south side of road.
For Sale:—Electric Washing Mach
ine, good condition: also 4 ft. wood
lathe with stand and accessories,
priced reasonably. Phone 176-W, N.
For Sale or Trade for Lighter Car; ■
I—''39 Cadillac, 5 passenger coupe,
i radio, heater, good rubber; 7 M. M.
Mauser Rifle with Gerard Scope, 1
3 white Flemish Giant rabbits, etc.
Phone 92W or call 501 Louisiana, lx
„ _ „ , ~ r ; 7 -77
; Æ ««'or fSS
1120 ACRES—3/4 section deeded, 1 section leased, 58 acres of
sub-irrigated bottom land cleared. Creek through property,
good fencing, abundance range will run 100 head. Two
lakes on property stocked with rainbow and eastern brook
trout with facilities for hatching spawn. Yearly income from
Christmas trees, good buildings which include comfortable
log constructed two bedroom home, Delco light plant, two
single room cabins, large barn capable of handling 70 tons
of hay, other outbuildings. This ranch invites inspection.
6' 2 ACRES—Short distance from town on highway. Nice build
ing spot, partly cleared, electricity available.
3 BEDROO.)! HOME—Kitchen, dining room, living room, music
room and bath, nicely decorated, good' foundation, situated
on corner with plenty of good garden space.
10 ACRES—Hi miles frm town, 2 acres cleared? comfortable
18 x 30 furnished log home, city electricity, barn, hay shed,
chicken house. Priced for quick sale.
WALLACE REAL ESTATE AGENCY
RESIDENCE PHONES197J & 20F51
OFFICE PHONE 93
Heat Quickly and Economically
They Are Now In Stock
PARTLOW ELECTRIC CO.
Sales & Service
What goes together better
than pie and cheese?
ANSWER: Your blue, gray or brown suit teamed
up with an Arrow Nautical Cord ensemble!
To go with each of those suit shades, we have
several «pecially-matched combinations of
Arrow Nautical Cord Shirts, Ties and Hand
These RIGHT ensembles arc based not only
on the Arrow people's 8o years experience, but
oa tite results of a 3-year intensive study in
scientific color research.
Come in very soon and see them. Shirts—
83.93, Ties—$1.50, Handkerchiefs—$.60.
ARROW NAUTICAL CORDS
Miller's Clothing Store
"Always First in Fashions",
FOR AB*GW »H4ÄTS -- -
House For Sale:—3 room* and bath,
screened- in porch. 5 lots, fruit
trees, good garden spot Write Box
See description of Buckingham prop
erty sale in ad of this week.
For Sale:—Buckingham property
and home west of Libby.
Found: — Brown Cocker Spaniel
Chas. Haschke. Ski Jump
Found:—Ladies wrist watch. Ow
n er may have same by identifying
it and paying for this ad. Mrs.
Howard Helms, Eureka.
Housekeeping cabins . . . Trailers.
Mountain View Park. Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Post, Props.
Start a Rawleigh business. — Real
Opportunity now for permanent
profitable work nearby. Write Raw
leigh's Dept. MTD-ll-K, Minnea
Will care for children J>y the hour
in my home or will go out.—See
Mrs. Gerald Kinney, East Eureka.
For a good investment in rentable
property see the ad of the Buck
inghom home property.
Girl, 19, looking for work—Phone
I will not be responsible for any
bills run by any one but myself.—
Mrs. F. C. McCumber (Mrs. Eliza
April 18-19 — Deliveries Tuesday and Friday
. DARK— SWEET
29 OUNCE CAN
Rich brand—rich quality - 2 cans
18 OUNCE CAN
Moonkist—Whole Section - No. 2 can .
16 OUNCE CAN ...
Triple Dee, in medium syrup - 28-o. can
1 PEANUT BUTTER 65C
Armours Creamy—2 pound jar .
: MARSHMALLOW 29C
Kidds Creamy—8 ounce jar
Penthouse - Can
A Quick Meal
7 Ounce Bag
Card's Pacific—10 ounce can
SKIPPY, CREAMY OR CHUNK
SMALL SIZE - FULL OF JUICE - DOZi
Pound jar .
Large package .
Arizona White Meats - Med. Size. - 10 For
Art Atkins Selected Meats
Shankless Picnic Hams
Fancy Young Fryers
Sliced Side Pork
Shoulder Pork Roasts
Smoked Pig Shanks
St. John*« (Md will give a Rummage
sale in the New Theatre Lobby, next
Friday, April 25th.
Am prepared to do custom plow
ing: call 94-M after 5 o'clock. 48-2x
—If tractor work is needed for
plowing, call at home of Raymond
Orsbom, mile and a half west of
RANCHES, Motels, Cafes, Taverns,
Hotels, Gas Sta., Stores, Shops
Romes. Outstanding Values! Great
variety size, price, purpose. Get lo
cal lists. J. F. Bowen, STROUT
REALTY, Box 295 , Libby, Mon
tana. Phone 66-M . . .
LIST YOURS NOW!
Increase your savings by buyinCHV
cash. The position of your cooMMt
tive is also strengthened. wlUia
spring time work comes don't be
seriously hampered bv fuel and ott
shortages, place your coming needs
in reliable hands. Use Co-op pro
ducts. For better service and closer
cooperation try the able hands of
the manager of the Eurekâ Far
mers Union Exchange.
Expert Cabinet making and car
penter work. Furniture repairing.
The Fix-It Shop. Phone 176-W.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roberts and
Gary were Sunday guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bart
mes, both families visiting at Troy
during the afternoon.
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