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L1BBY PlLOtRB HOLD
DANCE Mtf 84
The Li
a dance
Cedar Creek. Proceeds for this dance
will be used «■ erecting air markers
gnd tor needed air improvement.
Good music and a good time are as
sured all who attend.
A display advertisement appear in
this issue of The Western News.
Further anouncements will be pub
lished next weék regarding the
evening. The public is invited to
attend.
bbjr Pilots Club is holding
Saturday night. May 24 at
FOR SALE
FÖ7 Sale—8 h p. P. I. E. L., 3-ft.
blade chain saw, extra chain and
head. 1 5th wheel stationary type;
also sOb frame for semi-trailer.
E. A. Lien, Troy.
52-tf
For Sale—Three young milk cows,
just fresh, good milkers. Kilpatrick
Bros,, two miles from Ural.
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For Sale—One umbrella tent 10x10
ft. with floor, one pup ten, one table
that you can roll up, some granite
dishes, various other camp articles.
Mrs. J. W. Barrett, corner Mineral
and 8th street. lx
YOU WANT IT
WE HAVE IT
183 acres located on Highway 37—10 acres pasture fenced —6 acres
fenced and tillabli
and posts—one-half acre strawberries bearing this year—gas
pump—3 bedroom home—barn—garage—chicken house—milk
house—hay shed—root cellar and 2 single-room cabins—3 milk
cows—1 horse—3 yearling heifers—1 heifer calf—40 chickens—1
pair ducks—3 rabbits—farm machinery consisting of mower, rake,
disc, plow, harrow and one l 1 -; ton International truck.
SEE US. THIS IS PRICED FOR QUICK TURNOVER
6 room modern home in South Libby—living room—music room—
dining room—bed room—kitchen and bath dwnstairs. 1 bedroom
upstairs completed and another in process of completion. Nicely
decorated and wallpaper throughout. Corner location. Good
foundation with part basement.
THIS IS A VALUE YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR
5 room home near Mill—living room—bedroom—kitchen and bath
downstairs. One betfroom upstairs—50 foot frontage—good gar
age and woodshed—dandy garden spot.
Two running salesmen to serve you
•166 acres second growth timber—some poles
WE LL SELL IT
YOU LIST IT
WALLACE REAL ESTATE AGENCY
OFFICE PHONE 93
RESIDENCE PHONES 197J & 20F51
HAVE YOUR
ELECTRIC RANGE REPAIRED
for the coming summer weather
Apex Vacuum Cleaners in Stock
PARTLOW ELECTRIC CO.
DEALER
PHONE 182
Sales & Service
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For Every Occasion
the WRIGHT Hat
The weatherman perdicts hot and uncomfortable
weather ahead! We predict cool, light-weight
wearing comfort in these new straws.
$1.95
Miller's Clothing Store
' "Always First in Fashions"
For Sale— New Montgomery Ward
2-Wheel trailer, 6:00x16 tires. Har
ry Brinton, Phone 20-R. 52-2x
For Sale—Two extra good milk
cows A. No. 1. Inquire Doonan
Hotel, Troy.
52-2x
For Sale—Briggs & Stratton Wash
ing Machine Motor; A-l condition,
52-2x
$25. Phone 177-M.
For Sale—;1940 Chev. truck, long
wheel base, two speed axle, good
rubber, combination grain and stock
Excellent condition. 700 gal.
fuel tank with pump and meter on
either side. Homer Drury, Troy,
Mont.
For Sale—One 1942 GMC 4x6 truck,
low mileage. Harry Brinton, Phone
20-R. 52-2x
rack.
52-2x
For Sale—One Dodge, 4x4, Army
panel, !j>-ton, equipped to haul pas
sengers or school children. Harry
Brinton, Phone 20-R.
For Sale—One two-horse trailer. 2
wheel, 6:00x16 tires. Harry Brin
ton. Phone 20-R
52-2.X
For Sale-One 4x4 Chev. Army
Dump truck, l 1 ^ ton. Harry Brin
ton, Phone 20-R. 52-2x
52-2x
For Sale—6x6 Studebaker
truck and traler with extra
and cargo bed. Alsoi 30-ft steel semi- j
trailer with air brakes, 10-ton axle.
Would be suitable for hauling :
posts. Phone 160-W.
5u b h b a t l| F h U r tc S hir$40
F. A. Corron, 20F41.
Piano For Sale. Phone 215-J.
52-2x
For Sale—2 Healrolas. coal or wood. |
m eery good condition. Reasonably
priced. For information call 53-X or
89-W. ^_lc|
For Sale—One fold-flat boat, used
part of one season: excellent condi- j
tion, $75.00. Earl Zingleman.
For Sale—Baby bed, innerspring
matress, walnut finish. One ivory
white bassinet, 1 Lloyd baby buggy, |
good condition. Mrs. H. Rafdel.
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Excelsior bike equipped with Whiz
zer motor for sale. Glenn Garrison,
Box 989, Libby.
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For Sale—Electric washing mach
ine, excellent condition.
$40.00. Phone 176W, N. S. Cutler.
51-2c
Priced
For Sale—Army bunk beds, com
plete with mattresses, $22.50. Phone
220, Lincoln Cafe.
51-3c
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For Sale—1935 Chevrolet. Bill Wil
liams, Phone 165J.
51-2c
Two 2-wheeled trailers for sale,
good rubber. Herman Peterson,
Troy.
51-2x
For Sale—1 Deering Mower, good
condition; 1 set of harness.
Voves.
Emil
51-2x
For Sale—Frontier model Colt 32
20 calibre, like new.
Phone 176-W,
For Sale—1928 Chevrolet pick-up, !
home made box, 2 new tires, good
motor. $75. V. R. Welch, Troy. 51 tf
N. S. Cutler,"!
51-2c;
For Sale—1 Deering mower, good
condition, 1 set of harness.
Voves.
Emil
51-2x '
For Sale—two '29 passenger Chev. |
busses, year 1943. Good condition^
throughout. Royal Creek Timber
Co., 1034 4th Ave. E., Kalispeil,
Mont.
51-2x
For Sale—1% acre on river side,
Joseph Solimando, Troy,
51-4x
$600.
Montana, Box 411.
For Sale—Warranted 1939 Ford
ton, winch, Eaton, heater, cables,
and standard single axle trailer with
brakes, 825 tires good condition,
short and long reach $1950.00, 51 -2c
For Sale—Brunswick phonograph;
six books, 60 records. Laird Byer,
Eureka, Montana. 51-3c
For Sale—Choice building site, lots
8 and 9 Montana Avenue. Water
and sewer newly laid. Write G. A.
Geringer, 1425 South 42nd St., Ta
coma. Wash.
51-4c
Turkey Poults, Broad Breasted
Bronze, hatched in our New Mod
ern Robbins Incubators from Ore
gon's U. S. Approved and Puljorum
Clean flocks . . . Bitney's Poultry,
Kalispeil, Mont.
Order your BABY CHICKS now,
N. H. Reds, R. I. Reds, White Rocks,
Legrockr. and Leghorns? Pullets
Cockerels and Straight Run avail
able in above breeds, U. S. Approved
I and Porrorum controlled, Bitney's
36-19c
Poultry, Kalispell, Mont.
—The Eureka Radio Shop under
new management, will carry a com
! plcte line of Radios and household
i electrical appliances, also radio re
| pair service and parts. Tubes tes
| ted free.
36-19c
41-tf.
TIRES at TINKER'S
For Sale:—Netted Gems and Bliss
Triumph potatoes. John T. Moore,
Eureka, Montana.
51-2c.
See me for Graduation Gifts.—Mrs.
[George Bryant, Phone 64.
52-tf
For Sale—Loose hay, $20 a ton, not
delivered. Also a stump puller.
Frank Luxa, Sr.
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★*♦♦♦♦♦★★★★★★★★
Kootenai Theatre
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
May 15-16-17
BOB HOPE and DOTTY LAMOUR
in
My Favorite Brunette
Hope's Funniest!
Pete Smith - Treasures from Trash
Passing Parade - Seesaw and the
Shoes
Sunday, Monday
May 18-19
Easy Come, Easy Go
starring
Diana Lynn - Sonny Tufts - Barry j
Fitzgerald
It's Brimming with Comedy
Musical Parade • Double Rhythm
—Popular Science—
—Fox News—
Tuesday, Wednesday
May 20-21
//
Brasher Dubloon"
with
GEORGE MONTGOMERY
NANCY GUILD!
Rarest and Most Dangerous of Coins 1
America - Northern Rampart
Errol • Beware of Red Heads
Sport - Battling Baas
flatbed-—-~^— a - t ■« —
Wanted:— Man to make Cedar posts.
Cabin to live in. See
*«8C
US
Dry timbér. _ _ ... ^
Edwin Gripe, Troy, Mont, Phone
56F22. 50-3x.
Ôth* a p^ducS"'lrop
card to Alfred D. Smith. Rex
ford.
52-4x
^25 "«r ÄS^lSS
r ov Tiffany, 43 -W-?. N. S. Cutler,
17 c vu ki
176 ' W - * 51 ' tf
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Buy Al BURGAN'S Lower Prices
SAVE MORE ON-YOUR FOOD PURCHASES
• Deliveries Tuesday and Friday
O'Brien Candies
Nutty Brittle, 10-oz.
Crystal Lumps, 12-oz.
Vacuum Sealed
Cns, Your choic
Cashew Nuts
Brownie Wafers
Orange, Lemon, Van
illa Chocolate Cookies
Assorted
Pound
Serve With Snacks
7 ounce can
Salted
*
30c
29c
50c
CANNED MILK 25c
Your Favorite Brands —2 Cans ..
ORANGE JUICE 25c
Bordo, Natural—Pure—46-oz. Can .
APRICOTS 28c
PEACHES 30c
CREAM CORN 33 c
CHEDDAR CHEESE 43 c
Mild Flavored American—Pound
Giant Size
PAR SOAP
70c
Reduced price ....
1000 Sheet Roll
TISSUE
3 for .
Strawberry
Preserves - Jar....
20c
54c
V.
Dark, Sweet v
CHERRIES
28c
Chickadee—New Low Price—28-oz. can
28-oz. Can
Devils Food or Spice
CAKE MIX
25c
Maytime Halves—28-ounce Can
Package
Moonkist Fancy Sections
Grapefruit
Can .
18c
Kream Kernel—20-ounce Cans, 2 for
BUTTERMILK
Darigold in Cartons
Healthful and Refreshing
2 Qts. 25c
Friday - Saturday - May 16 and 17
*
FOOD STORES
f
,i$|
*
Art Atkins Selected Meats
"We Have 'em Again"
• SHANKLESS PICNIC HAMS
49c
POUND
•EASTERN MILD CURED HAMS
HALF OR WHOLE
POUND
65c
• CENTER SLICES OF HAM
POUND 75c
•FANCY LEAN PORK CHOPS
63c
POUND
SLICED SIDE PORK
45c
POUND
6
PURE LARD
$ 1.10
FRYERS 55c JOWLS 47e
4 POUNDS
%
NOTICE
The annual clinic for the removal
of tonsils and adenoids will begin
Monday. May 26, 1947.
Those wishing this service should
arrange for consultation and exam
ination the week prior to the above
51-3c
MONEY-MAKING
RANCHES, Motels, Cafes, Taverns,
Hotels, Gas Sta., Stores, Shops
Homes. Outstanding Values! Great
variety sise, price, purpose. Get lo
es! lists. J. F. Bowen, STROUT
dale.
J. M. CAIRNS, M. D.
REALTY, Box »5, Libby, Mow
tana. Phone J8-M . . .
STROÜT SELLS!
LIST YOURS NOW!
Increase your savings by buying for
i cash. The position of your coopera
tive is also strengthened. When
spring time work comes don't be
seriously hampered bv fuel and on
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 Eureka Far
mers Union Exchange. 36-tf

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