For Past Week
Honor roll:—Jewell 576; Shaur
ette, 554; Erickson, 549; D. Sleizer.
547; Buti. 547.
Honor 607 L
| 1 »a 524 *3 ÀUne;490: L ' M ° e '' 455:
T w 38 h
L- S-.W-Umon 38 31
" - ^ B t
Ott's Service 39 30
V. F. W. 38 31
J. Neils 37 32
K. M. Co. .... 36. 33
Firemen 35 34
K. V. Garage 34 35
Partlow Electric 31 38
Libbv Motors 26 43
High single game. W. Baeth, 285.
High three games, E. DeRosia.
Honor roll: J, Midyett, 468: M.
Petrusha, 415: O. Roberts, 410.
Flesher, 440; I. Verboncoeur, 418: B.
Robertson Feed 38.31
Flying Service 35 34
Miller's Clothing 35
Forest Service .
Silver Loaf .
High single game. R. Fowler, 234.
High three games,
V. F. W.
J. Neils .H
High series game I. Brown, 205.
High series. I. Riddle. 526 .
ASK MORE MONEY FOR
USE OF FOREST ROADS
Washington. D. C.
Adequate appropriations for forest
highways and forest road develop
ment were requested by Congress
man Wesley A, D'Ewart in a state
inent to the House
committee last week.
D'Ewart told the committee that
strict curtailment of wasteful gov
practices w'ould permit
support for worthwhile
and at the same time permit budget
He asked for increases in
amounts appropriated last year for
Forest Service highways, forest ac-j
cess roads and trails, and forest re
sources surveys, all of which he said
were badly needed in Montana. The
President's budget request for for
est highways and roads for 1949 is
U5,050,000, compared with $16,
300,000 appropriated for the current
D'Ewart asked also for adequate
appropriations to assure continued
development of the Rural ElectrifL
cation Administration program
Montana, for the continuation
the campaign against
mouth disease, and for the water
facilities program of the Farmers'
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere
thanks to our many
neighbors for their helpful acts of j
kindness during our recent bereave-!
ment. We especially thank the V.
F W. Club for their service.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey D. Madison
Mrs. Gene Nowell
Mrs. Betty Madison
LIBBY MARCH OF DIMES
TOTAL MOST IN HISTORY
"We did so want to hit the one
thousand dollar mark," said W-J.
Anderson, chairman of the Libby
March of Dimes collection. The
total received was most gratifying
but fell short of the goal by $4.05 1
with $995.95 being collected in the]
This is the most ever collected in:
the Libby district, according to Miss j
Mildred Buck. _i
No. 1-No. 2-No. 3
Prompt & Accurate
' . . , , , . . .
th l Â ti V 3 ul th f fowerT y kind n îe S tters
and cards and the many other gifts,
also their thoughtful favors during
my recent illness.
Mrs. Roy Brock
Card of Thanks
\f*>a»mn Th««,««nn Wed«
J 1 . c r Jil P " d
^An article in a Honolulu news
S^of'^ss Varn nt Tlmmp e son a [ô
q /Cf»t r Cniorç pnrn.
S/Sgt. Olvm E. bpieis me cert
i f à/'Æià""'' AVC -
B Thn P vStvuf ?,,-,c ff eivon f n rn-irriace
by CoL Harriot She
^ge ** WOre 8 WhHe ° rChid C ° r_
of%no E r le8 ^ ^/STÂTÏ
B-Ä"" b T Äa„ R To'now:
mg the ceremony a reception was
graduate of Lincoln County High
School. During the war, and up to
government work, being located in
Washington. D. C., and for the past
year at Honolulu, where she is with
the office of Civilian Component.
Sgt. Spears, of Clearfield, Utah,
is the supply sergeant for Hq. 526
A. C. & W Group.
The newlyweds are: honeymoon
ing at the Brookland Hotel for two
weeks. They will make their home
at 1181 Piki place.
Mrs. Ed Arnold entertained the
members of the Lillian Circle,
Order of Eastern Star, at her home,
Wednesday'. Febru ary 25.
The Basket Social and Dance,
given Saturday night at the Com
munitv Hall was a decided success.
Music for the dance was furnished
by Leslie Smith. Clarice Butts and
SECOND TERM OF
MARCH 1ST, 1948
• A few additional pupils will be
enrolled upon recommendation
by a former KINDERGARTEN
• For information CALL—246-J.
Mrs. Melvin Kerns, Supervisor.
BE SURE TO ATTEND THE
Lincoln's Gopher Inn
THREE KATS AND A KITTEN
ADMISSION $1.00 PER COUPLE, tax inc.
DAIRY & POULTRY NEEDS
Range Pellets, 20 percent & 40 percent
ALSO OTHER DAIRY FEEDS
Egg Mash, 18 percent and 20 percent
Chick Starter and Grow Mash
OATS - BARLEY AND PIG FEED
BALED HAY AND STRAW
STOCK SALT IN SACKS OR BLOCKS
OYSTER SHELLS AND OTHER POULTRY NEEDS
J. A. Courtright and Stuart Risley
PHONE 258-W-l; 258-W-2; 258-W-3
OR CALL at fami 1 mile South of City Limits
I T . „-j wa c inuch
I Mary Lou Strock, and was
appreciated by everyone his
Bob Dennis demonstrat H
auctioneering ability by sellmg No
the baskets at a good figure^
basket sold for less than three dot
lars and some sold for as high-o.,
JC The 1 money will be used to
improve the Hall.
' Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Kins 01
Libby were weekend guests at the
home, of JJ":," a caller at
fis W h- Thursday, coming
from Columbis rfli • ■ nrviifo
and Mrs Chas Kins of White
« " ».re visitor. a. .be H. C. An
K Ä'Ä who spent .he
past two months in Seattle, re
turned tocher home ere e ^
beïÎTwoririS afrS Operator 'at
» Ä'Äek "
w ^ : ' D | wey Martin c f Stryker
A Mis' d J* 10 Gael tner anb
| oil in the big tanks. The oil is con
j tained in the upper Ruepmg oi
working tank, there being a Ruep
j ing tank fpr each retort, TJtese
; tanks are no feet in length with an
in side diameter of eight feet, and
eack has a capacity of 41,000 gal
, lons . The poles in the retort have
; the moisture removed before the
preservative is forced into the wood
by literally boiling them in the oil
I which causes the water in the wood
I to vaporize and flash off. The water
vapors are then condensed and
j trapped and a tally made of the
l amount of water removed from the
| poles, which indicates the percent
i age of moisture content. When this
j content is at or near 25% to 30 r (
the poles are considered seasoned.
I After the poles are seasoned the
j preservative is forced into them by
pressures up to 175-lbs. to the
| square inch. An accurate tally of
the amount of preservative forced
into the wood is kept by the pres
sure metering tanks, which are ap
proximatelv 23 feet high and of
seven feet* internal diameter, with
a capacitv of 5 0 o 0 gallons The
RouUon • process of seasoning con
boiling the poles under vac
m. n prc.ir ' ^ 21 O degrees
*'■ a vacuum Kpproxffiv
34 to 26 inches causes the moisture
'0 H P .t -T Thi* n,î
rymg action, or seasoning.
When the poles are seasoned the 1
morts are loft fu]1 of oll Thev are
disconnected froni all other tanks
vxn 'P} the metering tanks, which;
^ 1 forces
* • <*i ï 1 tin nictc! in|î tcinks into tin
t(i , ^ whore tlu on i v D i ict , t ht* ;
• ^ ^
A large instrument panel board
^.^ce^ thçr ground
° f Lashes' aTècord of 'ïll
3 P ^ S « HVlf'Zkïs
Vll tanks are insulated to a depth
ca pacitv from 250 to 1500 gallons
expressed air is also
P f4 n ^" e U f or t r Ts7er of the oi
' nrUsure of 175-lbs per square
) 11,1 p % , • sut)P i lod from the
Ponlprcssor a t the rate of 533-cu ft
p > e i ns n CC ted both before
. inH af ; pr thev have becu treated hy
and aUu inev na ' ,t uc< ue ' '
.. . . . . tested b v increment
S^Vhieh^ determines the depth
- , ,.. —--
inspectors for the customer.
Sure! It's Just A
But There Are Some
Yes. we do lots of friend
accomodations for every
and we are pleased to
that you think of us
you need them—YES,
we can repair anything ex
pected of a Jeweler & Watch
maker, we like to do it; and
when we make a sale, we
give you your money's
There is no other in
ccntive to BUY our merchan
dise; just the worth of the
Watch or Diamond as it is
represented to you.
If it pleases you. BUY IT!
You may feel sure it is worth
all your pay for it.
Our GUARANTEE to you
is backed up by 43 years ex
buying the best
We are now able to get
you most anything in Silver
ware. Sterling or Plated. Also
the trouble-free WATERMAN
Fountain Pen Sets; Birthstone
Rings; Montana Agate Rings.
We are agents for one of
the best Jeweled alarm clocks
made. — BE SURE TO SEE
It Pays to Buy at
And if you say you bought it
one knows it is paid for.
Gasoline - Oil
SEE US FOR FORD
All type motors in stock—
You can get a New Motor
cheaper than an overhaul job.
penetration of the preservative
which should be about one and one
quarter inches. Twenty borings are
made on each charge or retort treat
ment. The Libby plant has an ap
proximate 24-hour capacity for
turning out 800 green poles or 1600
In addition to the treatment of
lodgepole pine, the Libby plant
lwl11 treat larch, cedar, and fir poles,
' V À
Have You Tried Our Pastries!
Maybe you have not tried our pastries. II not, you should do
so. for you will find they are not only attractive and an addition
to the beauty of your table, but their flavor will equal any home
baking you have ever tried.
We have just begun making
Call for Hot Cross Buns
Potato Bread this week.
Friday and Saturday.
JUST OIP IN WATER
• • •
R»q U S. Pol Oil
V - A
No Paste! No Tods!
• Su easy to do! Already
just dip in water and smooth on the
Dries in 20 minutes
Nothing to paste, noth
You don't even have to
• Su clean!
mg to trim!
cover the furniture.
• So economical! Saves up to 50'7
equal to 3% rolls ordinary wallpaper
and including 20-ft matching border
do a 10 x 12 room.
NOW BEAUTIFYING OYER 1,000.000 HOMES
GUARANTEED TO STICK-OR YOUR MONEY BACK
Assorted patterns in stock
Com® in and select from the many gorgeous pc ! terns today
Kootenai Mercantile Co
all of which arc produced in this.
territory. Lumber, timbers, ties and
pilings produced here will also be
treated in the plant, w-hich plan* to
do custom treating and treatmg-m
transit of lumber, poles, piling and
ties for producers west of Libby
The first custom treat.ng-.n-tranait
shipments will arrive in Libby
within a week. These shipments
come from the Spokane area,
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