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CLASSIFIED
For Sale; — House trailer, reason
able. Echo RLinch. Phone 20-F-30.
34 y
Classified advertising running in
this column is charged for at the
rate of 2c per word per issue with
minimum charge of 30c for the ad.
FOR SALE
For Sale:—7-acres Vz mile from city
on No. 2 Highway. Full set of build
ings, including 4-room dwelling
with bath. City lights, drove well
water system.
—Let
this place.
$2500.00 down, balance like rent.—
STROUT REALTY, John F. Bowen,
Assoc. Office on Mineral Ave.
Phone 206.
us tell you more about
Priced $5,500. Terms:
o°n S «: C «?'* ^9 ve - ^od con
° n . t ^ r fJ rS r , t Tim ° thy M,ller ' 4 1 11
West r ourth St._1 x
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For Sale;—One Oil Heater, like
new. $50.00; used Daveno, excel
lent condition. $35.00.
Store.
Gamble
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For Sale:
1937 Ford 60 h. p. two
door sedan, good tires, good motor.
$295.00.—Standard Motors.
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For Sale:—Baby buggy and bassi
net Good condition. Halver Raf
dahl, 1520 Minnesota Ave.
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For Sale:
Combination Radio
Phonograph Recorder. Call at No.
5, Dalton Apartments, Mineral Ave.
and 10th St., one block south of
Highway No. 2.
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WHO...
Hates War Most?
Naturally, the men who lived
amid its horrors day after
day . . . Sensible Americans
realize that the Veterans of
Foreign Wars is
force for lasting
M
EVERY MEMBER A VETERAN
OF OVERSEAS SERVICE
a mighty
peace . . .
Join and Support the V. F. W. - Our Clubroom will be your
favorite place to relax and enjoy quiet and comfort.
HARPER-ERDMAN POST NO. 1548
LIBBY. MONTANA
[email protected] AtilLeti
The BRANDS
DEPEND ON
you can
For a long time we have specialized in securing
for the men of Libby the finest values obtainable in
apparel.
It is our firm conviction that the best is always
the cheapest in the long run.
A roster of our maker« reads like "Who's Who
in the clothing industry. We carry nothing but first
quality merchandise. Our stocks are more complete
than for several years.
Your are cordially invited to visit us. The wel
come sign is always up at Millers.
Silvertex Preferred
SUITS
Malone
WOOLENS
■y
Ed 1
Arrow SHIRTS &
TIES
Crest Knit
TOPCOATS
Arrow
H ANDERCHIEFS
i
r
Crosby Square
SHOES
I
Van Huesen TIES
& SHIRTS
Hardeman
HATS
Van Huesen
PAJAMAS
BB
Wright's
HATS
Rob't Reis
PAJAMAS
S£l»>
Rob't RciS
UNDERWEAR
Jantzen
SWEATERS
u
Cooper's Jockey
UNDERWEAR
Spur BELTS &
SUSPENDERS
Interwoven
SOCKS
Chippewa
SPORTS WEAR
Courtleigh
ROBES
Goodrich & Ball Brand Rubber Footwear
For Sale;—1 refrigerator, $225.00,
almost new. Will sell on time pay
ments. 1 2 -burner hot plate, $7.50;
1 Jig Saw, $15.00; 1 Springfield
rifle 30.06 with K-25 Weaverscope
and Bishop stock, with 40 shells,
$150.00. Call 25-F-3, or write Box
1031, Libby.
£? r u SalC *7°u e used Wes tinghouse
?f ash L ln g Machine, °° m P lete . $49.50.
Standard Motors. lc
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For Sale:—1934
sedan. Good tires, Radio.
Hudson 4-dooi
Phone y i 76 R M mS g °° d ' $175 °° ^
Phone 176-M.
For Sale:—3 doors 2'6" x 6 ' 8 " and
one 42" sink. Call 191 -J.
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For Sale;— 1 Rollaway bed, $18.00;
I Daveno, $8.00; 4 coil spring beds,
$ 12.00 each; 2 wash sinks; 2
stoves; 6 heaters; 1 oil heater. $ 55 ;
di-jchen cabinet $18.00* ^ typewriter
1 (Royal) $25.00; several other think
,'m. J. Page. Troy
I e
For Sale .One Duo-Therm Oil Heat
er, with blower; 5 or 6 room size.
Practically new. $89.50.
terms. Standard Motors.
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For Sale;—Slabwood, dry or green, j
8 -ft or cut any length. Inquire
Northern Motors, Eureka. 36-3x
For Sale;—1938 Chevrolet truck.—
2 speed axle. Fair condition. Louis
Bothman, Star Route.
36-2x
For Sale:—Two bedroom home, com
pletely furnished, electric range &
refrigerator. Automatic hot water
Garage. Bob Westover, Troy
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For Sale:—1936 Chevrolet Master
sedan. Call 20-F-ll.
PIANO BARGAIN: — Late ~Style
Baldwin spinet, guaranteed perfect
Easy terms. McIntosh Music House
Kahspell, Montana. 36-4c
For Sale:—Table model DeLaval
! separator. Mrs. Amel Swing. Eur
j eka -
jHay For Sale;—$18.00 per ton,
.'Stack. Ivan Ingram, Rexford.
I " PräfT^SwlL nfewel. A John
lx|G. Ronningi Box 1016 J Jonn
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I . Sale:—*937 Ford four-door
, sedan. Good condition. Paul Moodv
-Box 1014. 34-3x
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i For Sale:—2 oil-burning floor fur
cookjnaces, five room size,
Keglers Club.
£ or ® a l e , : — 1935 Chevrolet coach.—
Sec at Clack 's Service Station. 34-2c
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Call The
34-tf
For Sale:
building
1042 Libby.
— 180 8x8x16 concrete
blocks. Bargain. Box
34-2x
TIRES at TINKER'S
For Sale:—Alfalfa hay, or trade for
good cow, fresh now or soon to
freshen. Box 1105. 33 - 2 x
For Sale;—50 tons loose hay in
shed. $20.00 a ton.
Frank Pickens.
Phone 94-M.
35-2c
OFFICE DESKS
Typist or Executive Style
For Sale or Rent—See
Mr. Bricker at Libby Hotel
WANTED
Wanted;—Registered Hereford bulls,
:any age. Give full description and
; Price. M. T. Wright. Rathdrum,
; Idaho. 34 . 2 X
Wanted;—To buy a good milch cow.
Specify breed, price and age. Har
old Bitterman, Box 367.
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'Wanted: —
jeare for Children,
Responsible lady will
Phone 253-J.
35-2x
j Wanted:—Cattle. Beef or Dairy.—
Any number. Write or call Buzz
Boothman, Box 334. Phone 13-F2
35-3x
1 Wanted; — Household Help wanted
1 by day or hour. Phone I08-W. 34-2c
MISCELLANEOUS
Strayed;—To C & R Farm, one gray
and one roan horse. Would like to
have owner come and get them and
pay for this advertisement and feed.
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"An Iron Arm"
Flies mwi with mechanical
precision. They cut clean
► er. truer, faster. You'll
. like this new mint aerv
* toe. Lot us Ûle y oui
•awt«
Phone 58-W
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HARRY ROBERTS
Just Received;—Shipment of 1948
Soindry Washing Machines,
them at Standard Motors.
See
34-2c
Increase your savings by buying for
j cash. The position of your coopera
I live is also strengthened. When
spring time work comes don't be
seriously hampered bv fuel and oil
! shortages, place your coming needs
j in reliable hands. Use Co-op pro
{ducts. For better service and closer
j cooperation try the able hands oil
the manager of the Eureka Far
I mers Union Exchange.
36-tf
REV. GEO. MASUDA
HONORED AT DINNER
The Reverend George Masuda
was honored at a 6:30 o'clock fare
well dinner at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. M. R. Karnes Tuesday
ing.
even
| All members and their families
of the Episcopalian parish which
Reverend Masuda has served here
were present, with about 45 be
ing in attendance.
! The Reverend was the recipient of
I a gift from church members as well I
as another lovely gift from Sunday
school pupils.
The Reverend Masuda has been
pastor of St. Lukes for five and a
half years. He will preach his last
sermon here Sunday, January 25.
He expects to report to his
parish in Billings February 1 .
new
STOVE
OIL
FURNACE
OIL
Diesel fuel
AI Uithof
• Pats
• Carter
• Service
Libby Garden Club
Holds Meeting
The Libby Garden Club met at
the home of Mrs. Orlo Johnson
Tuesday afternoon January 20, at
gM&Ait
The new officers elected in
ber were presented by Mrs Myrtle
Yaple courtesy chairman an T r le
mediately took over S- J t im '
mS Kappa Rice President"^
vu.s, n-appu nice ^resident, Mrs,
Manon Johnson Vice President and
Mrs. Doris Chapman, Secretary
Mrs. Nina Barkee, Treasurer was
unable to be present having' been
called to Minnesota on account of
the death of her mother early in
January.
The regular business meeting was
held, during which Mrs. Rose Rob
ertson reported on her trip to Mis
soula last week, where she at
tended a planning meeting for the
convention of the State Federation
of Garden Clubs to be held in Mis
soula late in June or early in July
in conjunction with the Rose Show
of tiie Missoula 'Rose Society. Mrs
A. M. Sterling of Ronan, State
President of the Federation, pre
sided at this meeting. A delega
tion from the Libby Garden Club
are planning to attend the conven
tion, and are requested to assist
as hostesses while there.
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The yearbooks for 1948 were dis
tributed. The club wishes to ex
press its anpreciation to Reverend
and Mrs. Stearns, who printed and
decorated the very attractive book
lets. APer the business meeting
Mrs. Etta McCullom presented a'
"surprise pie," which contained a
written fortune for each
one pres
ent, causing much merriment when
they were read aloud.
The club also wishes to thank
Mrs. Pearl Ripley, formerly of the
State Fish Hatchery at Libby but
now in Arlee. who sent a generous
supply of beautifully decorated pine
cones for our Christmas party, to
be distributed to all members and
guests,
A talk on house plants and their
care which was to be given by M>-s.
Jean Thomson, will be carried over
until the next club meeting at the
home of Mrs. Myrtle Yaple in Feb
ruary.
A delicious dessert lunch was
, , scr- j
ved by the hostesses at the close
of the delightful afternoon.
More than 700 fires occur in j
homes daily, averaging about $350
loss per fire.
LARGER VARIETY
LOWER PRICES
CRACKERS.. 47c
SUGAR
REX FLOUR 2.19
VEL SOAP 33c
KRISPY—SALTED WAFERS
2 POUND BOX
Hixons
Tapioca
Hixons
Pkg.
15c
3-oz. Pkg
Cocoonut.... 19c
Libby Fruits for
Cocktail . . .
Campbells
Tomato Soup . 29c
Chickadee
Apricots
FINE GRANULATED
100 FOUNDS
9.98
Can
DEPENDABLE—HARD WHEAT
25c
25 POUND BAG
3 Cans
FOR DISHES - WINDOWS
LARGE PACKAGE
No. 2 V 2 Can
25c
GRAPEFRUIT
CAN .
OREGON PEAS
CAN .
TOMATOES
5 28 OUNCE CANS ...
COFFEE
POPULAR BRANDS — POUND
15c
Dr. Phillips
11c
Grapefruit
Blended
28c
1.04
SWEETENED JUICE
46-OZ. CAN
53c
Guaranteed Meats
Fresh Produce
Cartsen, well streaked
Pound
Fresh
Radishes.15c
2 Bunches
Onions.15c
Fresh green
Broccoli.19c
McIntosh
Apples.25c
2 Bunches
Sliced Bacon..
Beef Roasts..
Try our mock
Chicken Legs
Pork Roasts..
Short rib or brisket
Boiling Beef..
Friday-Saturday-Monday
79c
Green
Shoulder cuts
Pound
42c
Pound
Each
3 Pounds
10c
Shoulter cuts
Pound
Oranges
49c
Sunkist
Pound . .
8c
Pound
35c
Free Delivery
Tues. & Fri.
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BURGANS
NADINE WHITEFIELD HAS
DESIGN ON DISPLAY
Fact«™ Mr u • . „ „
I • Washl ngton College, Jan.
ij '- ,n display in a contemporary
W^hin^ 11 ^ ,, exhibit at . Eastern
' &
daughter nf i h Ä' Whitefield,
ÆpHriLSSi
ferent art classes. The exhibit fea
domfnf designs with pre-J
do . minant brown, green and blue
£° lors as the theme of the modern
h °A. e ° f th 5 fl i ture -
Also on display at E W r this
H y w ' c this
SEE and HEAR
The New General Electric Combination
Radio & Phonograph
Selling at the New Low Price of
$167.95
PARTLOW ELECTRIC CO.
NEXT TO POSTOFFICE
PHONE 182
YOU WANT IT
WE HAVE IT
4 BEDROOM HOME— In South Libby consisting of
two bedrooms, living room, kitchen and bath
downstairs, 2 bedrooms upstairs.
50 ft. frontage.
This property is priced for quick turnover.
FOR RENT— 2 single room cabins, with electricity.
About one mile from Libby on Highway No. 2.
See us for details.
Wood shed,
YOU LIST IT
WE'LL SELL IT
MAURER REALTY
Office Phone 93
Res. Phones 0161J & 047M
Thursday, January 22, 1948
Whitafield is a student are study
;ing detail,
!
i Mrs. Rose Brouillard returned
Tuesday from Hot Springs, where
she has been visiting. •

! tdree or y *
Mrs. J. R. Claypool of Kalispell,
spent the week-end as the guest of
her daughter, Mrs. Don Leach and
j family, returning to her home Mon
div
| day.
week is the International Textile
Exhibit. Classes in which Miss

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