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Classified advertising running In this column Is charged (or at the rate of 2c per word per issue with a minimum charge of 30c (or the ad. Fff.it SALE TIRES at TINKER'S For Sale:—Super Cold ice cream making machine, 2M> gal. Complete, good condition. Lincoln Grill, Lib by, Mont. Box 814. 7-2c For Sale:—1400 pound mare, well broke to work or ride, cheap.—Art Higgins, Troy, Mont. __ For Sale:—7-Room house, in Troy, acre of garden, raspberry bushes. Write Box 261, Troy, Mont. 7-2x For Sale;—5-room bungalow, 3 cor ner lots. Close in. Phone 119-J. 7-2c For Sale:—'45 Reo truck and trail er. 60 ft.,'fully air equipped, 10:00 rubber, 703 A Brown Lipe, 1700 actual miles, unit in perfect con dition. $5,500 delivered. Write P. M. Jones, 1414 N. E. Going, Port land, Ore. 8-4x. Experienced high school girl will care for children. 35 cents per hour. Phone 020R. 8;2c For Sale:—By owner, 3 room house, 16 x 36 ft.. 2 lots. Price, $1700. part cash, balance terms, or would trade for Christmas tree tract near Eur eka. B. Buckmaster, Eureka, Mon tana. lx For Sale:—6 per cent contract on good residence property in Libby. Phone 047M. lc r ?f 'Wm. -V Mm. ■ ■ Vi m < i 1 Style-Right. . . Work Clothes Designed to Take Hard Wear—To Allow Freedom of Motion— These work clothes are made specifically for men of action . . . men who demand full cut, well fitting work clothes. Fabrics are washable and long wearing . . . overalls and pants are bar-tacked at points of strain . . . li ' 1 * ^ !•' I w ■ oj ■ m ^ ..; * U Hrjwp! WORK SHIRTS Blue or drill work shirts that are full cut and sanforized.— Two pockets . . . OVERALLS Blue denim overalls with ad justable shoulder straps and deep pockets.—All sizes . . . i ■ I * WORK GLOVES Heavy work gloves to protect the hands. They allow for complete finger freedom . . . MiTTer's Clothing Store "Always Pint la Fashions" ■ am am :v For Sale:—Sound, gentle horse, sad dle, harness and stock trailer. A. Graves, 5 miles south on highway No. 2. 1c For Sale:—Three fresh milk goats; 3 kids given away free. R. J. Mor rison, Getner Creek. lx ■ For Sale:—6-tube Motorola car radio in good condition. . Baker's Radio Service. lc For Sale:—Second Hand Kitchen Range. Good grates. Haschke, Phone 43J2. $15. Chas. 8-2x For Sale:—Royal vacuum cleaner with all attachments, factory re conditioned, A-l shape: baby buggy with storm shield, collapsible, fair condition. Don Nielson. Phone 17J. lx Taken Up:—Dark iron grey gelding, approximate weight, 1150. Owner please contact Frank Day, Fortine, Mont. 8-3 x Lost:— U. S. Royal Tire, size 650x15. mounted on International wheel.— Reward. R. J. Morrison, Getner Creek. Wanted;—Small cash register. Will buy or lease. See Eddie Prince at Palm Cafe. Tsoy, Montana. For Sale;—Boat and 16 h. p. motor. Phone 108-W after 6. lx 8-tf. I lc lx For Sale:—Milk cow, 5 years. Fresh 3 weeks. John Molyncaux, Troy, Mont. , For Sale.—One large flat bottom boat with 2*2 h. p. Water-witch motor, S85. miles west of Lib by on No. 2 highway. lx Will Sell 7 milk cows and one bull I Gus Ed of Libby, | lx 1 on or before August 1. strom, 4*2 miles west Box 1115. For Sale:—One 38 year. Model 45, Harley Motorcycle, new motor, low mileage. Richard Madison, Phone 221-J1. lx For Sale;—1 sorrel saddle mare, 4 years, well broke. E. J. Cole lc For Sale:—White enamel Kerosene range, built-in oven. Ideal for hot weather canning, or use in a cabin. 1407 Dakota or phone 186-W. lx For Sale:—Milk cows; young work team, weighs 3000. G. H. Campbell, Eureka. 8-3x For Sale:—Practically new trailer house, 7 x 12. party furnished. Price $400 cash. At Echo ranch. Phone 20F30. lc For Sale:—Shorthorn milk cows, fresh in August and September.— | Charles Stanfield. '/ 2 -mile south of Larsen's Inn. 8-3x For Sale;—New drag saw, used very little. H. W. Cole, Troy, Mont. 8-3x LOST Lost, Strayed or Stolen: One year ling Hereford Heifer with horns, freshly branded A-Swinging R on | left hip. Liberal reward. Albert R. | Miller, Star Route, Libby. 5-3x 8-2c 1 Lost:—One blue address book a bout 2 x 3'/2 inches, between Eur eka and Libby, Saturday July 5.— please return to David Klehm or at this office. WE HAVE IT YOU WANT IT 6 ROOM MODERN HOME —Close in—Kitchen, dinette, din ing room, living room, bedroom and bath on first floor, two bed rooms upstairs. Dinette and dining room finished In knotty pine, cement foundation with part basement, furnace heat, corner lo cation, on sewer, double garage. Priced at $4,000.40, down pay ment $1650, remainder monthly payments. 5 ROOM MODERN HOM1E—In East Libby—Living room, kitchen,, two bedrooms and bath all on one floor—cement founda tion, furnace heat, air conditioner attached to furnace, corner, location, three blocks from mill, combined garage and work ship in rear. A dandy buy at $4200.00. 19 ACRES ON HIGHWAY—3«/j miles from town—Some poies and timber, Christmas trees.—No buildings. Priced at $250.00. WE LL SELL IT YOU LIST IT WALLACE REAL ESTATE AGENCY Residence Phones 197-J or 47-M Phone 93 * THE V. F. W. 'TSCooi.er Cocktail Lounge « » iTi Will be your favorite spot to relax these warm afternoons CONGENIAL QUIET COMFORTABLE Make it a practice to drop ih often HARPER ERDMAN POST NO. 1548 Libby» Montana Lost:—1 red cow. branded M bar over W. H. R. Barenz, Phone 14F3 ' J* Wanted:— Pensioner to look after | sheep. K. C Hedge. Eureka. Mont, 6-3c Lost— 6 year old horse, dark brown with white star on forehead. Dia mond Slash L brand on left ! about 960 lbs. Jo Ann Finch, Eu Mont. thigh, ireka, 8-3c Lost:—New 6:00 x 16 tire and rim. Reward will be given finder or any knowing whereabouts. Harold H. Fletcher at Burgans Market. ■ n- ■ WANTED ■ „ For Rent:—High Speed Floor Sand and Edger. No hand sanding, dust Gambles, Phone 174-J. 3-tf _on For Rent:—Pasture for stock. Chas. Haschke, Phone 43J2. FOE RENT no 7-2x MISCELLANEOUS Increase your savings by buying (or cash. The position of your cooptra tive is also strengthened. When spring time work comes don't be seriously hampered bv fuel and oil shortages, place your coming needs 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 Kootenai Theatre Thursday - Friday - Saturday July 10-11-12 // Death Valley a (In Color) -with ROBERT LOWERY and HELEN GILBERT Gold in the Hills and Death In the Valley! Errol - Oh Professor, Behave Sport - "Ski Master" America Panama Sunday and Monday July 13-14 The Fabulous Dorseys -starring— TOMMY & JIMMY DORSEY Their True Life Story! Popeye • "Amusement Park" -FOX NEWS n n Tuesday and Wednesday July 15 and 16 ROBERT CUMMINGS and MICHELE MORGAN -in // The Chose // The Money He Found led. The money he found led to love! Lulu - "Scout With the Gout" Serial - "Jesse James Rides Again' MMHMMMHMMMMMMHMMMMM* C E. Carroll visited ovei the 4th with f lends in Superior. Mr. end Mrs A Thompson and daughter Frances of Rexford visited Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carter. Mr. Thompson, vho is the Great Northern agent at l.exford, is a son of Mrs. Carter. Miss Betty Zingleman of Oak land, Calif., came Tuesday to visit a few days at the home of her broth er, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zingleman. She also plans to visit at the home of her parents in Watford City, N. Dakota. When in need of Watkins Remedies, extracts and other products, drop card to Alfred D. Smith, Rex ford. 3-15x Strayed to My Place;— Sorrel mare, branded GM on left hip. Robert McMullen, Eureka. 7-4c —- —— —-—— Mountain View Park, north of river Highway 37. Trailer space, pub l* c bath house. lc OUR LOW PRICES MEAN SAVINGS FOR YOU tf PINT JAR SALAD BOWL 2 POUND BA( THOMPSON SEEDLESS 39c Mayonnaise.. 40c Raisins 5tt-OUNCE CAN LIBBY'S CAN CAMPBELLS Veg. Soup.... 13c Deviled Meat. 13c CRABMEAT TAKELAND, 7-oz. Can 53c APRICOTS 46c NUSPRED CARTON FOR CANNING - DONT DELAY New POTATOES .... 5 Pounds 27c Fancy TOMATOES Pound 19c New Crop ONIONS.. 5 Pounds 29c Medium Size—Sunkist ORANGES 19c CHICKEN SPREAD, 6'ï-oz. Can .. OLIVES LARGE RIPE, Pint . GRAPEFRUIT BORDO FANCY, Can _ 39c 35c 23c Dozen GRAPEFRUIT TREATO, PIECES—Can I9c PUDDING JELLO ASSORTED, Pkg. m Sc 3 FOR 100« SHEET ROLLS 2 CANS YOUR FAVORITE BRANDS Canned Milk.. 25c Tissue Paper.. 20c 2 QUARTS GRANULATED SOAP Butter Milk... 25c White King .31« LARGE PKG. DARIGOLD—CARTONS CHEESE SPREAD Shefford—5 Ounce Jars Relish—Pimento 29 C Pineapple Cream BLACKBERRY PRESERVES DUDE RANCH CHOCOLATE SYRUP I8c SI FERS Jar v. 19c Jar 28>oz. Can W ena tehee—Whole HAPPY VALLEY SPAGHETTI In Mushroom Sauce Reg. Price 19c Special . APRICOTS TOMATO JUICE 27 c 15c 47-oz. Can Pierces 25c July 11 and 12 m 1 -f JT > * Art Atkins Selected Meats Always a Complete Line of Choice Meats THIS WEEK WE ARE FEATURING Choice Milk Fed Veal Sirloins Round Chops Breast O' Veal Rolled Roosts Choice Grade "A" Mutton lb. 33« SHOULDERS lb. 28c LEGS JOWLS PICNICS HAMS SLICED BACON LARD 3 » George Bently, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. George Bently of War land suffered a deep cut in his foot Monday while wading in the back wash from the river near their home. The boy stepped on the rag ged edge of a tin can. He was brought to Libby for medical at tention. Replacement PARTS & SERVICE for , ELECTRIC MOTORS PARTLOW ELECTRIC CO. # In our 23rd year in the Electrical Business. PHONE 182 NEXT TO POSTOFFICE Miss June Baney of Eureka is as sisting at the office of the County Superintendent of Schools this week during the absence of Miss Shirley Riese. Miss Riese has been hos pitalized during the past week in Kalispell returning ta her home the first part of this week.