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Classified advertising running 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:—1 six-foot Thomas grain drill with grass seed attachment, price $85.00; 1 six-foot disc with truck, price $25.00; also a few bea ver traps. O, K. Iverson, Stryker. lx For Sale:—Ivory enameled kitchen Good condition. Hot water Mrs. A. E. Parmenter 46-3x - - — For Sale:—2 Acres on Highway No. 2; Four room house, city lights, water under pressure, concrete foundation, out buildings. $3500.00. John F. Bowen, local Strout Agent, Office Phone 260 - Box 295 - Resi dence 66-M. range, front and reservoir. Johnson. Box 1014, Creek. For Sale:—Gladiola Bulbs. 216-M. Mrs. Wiley Moody. Lots For Sale:—In Frary & Olson Addition. Emma Frary. For Sale:—One team of black mares, six and seven years old, weight a bout 3200 pounds. Team and har ness $200.00. weight about 1000 pounds. Nordtome, Stryker. Phone 1c Phone 73-W-2, Mrs. 4C-2x Also one saddle horse Bud lx For Sale:—1946 Fleetline Chevro let sedan. Phone 238-W, Henry Nollar, 415 M; Montana Ave. For Sale.—One registered Polled Hereford bull. Can be seen at the Williams Ranch, seven miles north of Eureka, this week. C. G. Wil liams, Eureka. 46-2x For Sale:—3 lots on California Ave., men's used bicycle. Ruben Hamann. lx ipi For Sale;—1 hot water tank; 1 gas range; 1 french fryer; 1 french fry cutter; 1 butter cutter; 1 oil heater; I cash register; 1 steam table; 18 stools. Box 534, Troy. Phone 140-J. 46-2x 46-3x For Sale:—Monarch water coil. | 43-J-4, Ben Halvorson. range with Good condition. Call lx A word to the wise is sufficient. Tinker's We have PRESTONE. Motor Service. 1c For Sale:—Two small radios; large size pressure cooker; Rollaway bed; dining room table and 4 chairs; fruit jars; and large size child's bed Mrs. Frances Filiatreau, Eureka. 45-4c P or Sale:-Hand Work. Ready made pillow cases, scarfs, luncheon sets, baby sets, dish towels and many crochet articles. Also embroidery and crochet threads. Mrs. Frances Filiatreau, Box 195. Eureka, Mont. 45-4c For Sale;—One Monarch cookstove with Blower type oil burner in good condition, cheap; one 2 to 6 baby bed with inner-spring mat tress or cotton filled mattress like new, cheap; one high chair. Rudy Peck. Eureka. Mrs. 45-2c TIRES at TINKER'S 15. 16. 17. 18, 19, 20 & 21 inch. All sizes & plies. For Sale;— S12.00 per ton. 50 tons of mixed hay. Sol Miller, Trego. 42-8x OFFICE DESKS Typist or Executive Style For Sale or Rent—See Mr. Bricker at Libby Hotel Baby chicks, $18 per 100, $2 per 300 deposit, U. S. Approved and Pullorum Controlled. B. B. Bronze turkey poults. Kalispell, Mont. Bitney's Poultry, 40-tf. WÊÊÊÊÊ Miller's Clothing Store oomm 11» ■« Mil mn * 10.95 & up . . . Casual, comfortable, correct, they're dedicated to freedom of feet—these easy-going, easy-to-look at Crosby Squares. . . . Make your leisure hours yield more fun— Come in and pick out a pair today. FOUND Found:—Wheel and tire. Call 45-2x a W. WANTED Wanted:—Day Work. F-12. Phone Wanted.Car in good condition. 1937 to 1940. Libby. Charles Hutton, Box 45-2x FOR RENT Another Cabin for Rent; Partially furnished; Garden Ground Avail able. Located 2! g blocks west So. Libby Store. Esther Wenzler. 44-4x MISCELLANEOUS "An Iron Arm Pile* saws with mechanical precision. They cut clean er. truer, faster. You'll IS* like this new filing serv ice. Let us file youi saws. Phone 58-W I HARRY ROBERTS RETURN AFTER EXTENDED TRIP TO SOUTH Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sweet, who left Eureka on January 20 by car with a sister and brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Fisher, of Los Angeles, visited in Spokane. Tacoma, and Aberdeen en route to Los Angeles. They also went as far south as Tia Juana, Mexico, and returned on the train, again stopping to visit in Sookane, Tacoma and Aberdeen. They are now visiting in Libby with a son and daughter-in-law be fore returning to their home in Eur eka. Monday. The Sweets said California is still dry with very light rains falling at the time they left. The country looks very brown and arid. Wash ington has plenty of moisture they All in all they had a very nice t ri P- _ ELEANOR JEWELL NOW PRES. OF BUTTERCUP PATROL The Buttercup Patrol met at the New Central Holland has left, so Eleanor Jewel! our president now Mrs. Knudson's troop nut skit. We discussed our first class badge.—Carmen Pondelick. Scribe. Auditorium. Patsy on a KATHRYN CHURCH TO ATTEND GIRLS' STATE The American Legion Auxiliary met at the Sam Vartanian home Thursday evening for the regular business meeting. An order for memorial popnies was placed to be sold in Libbv the Saturday pre ceding Memorial Day. Miss Kathryn Church was elected delegate to the new Girls' State to be held in June at Billings. Miss Shirley Bauer is the alternate. Following refreshments, the meet mg adjourned. The next meeting will be at the D. O. Mount home April 15. CITATION TO PARFNT TO APPEAR AND ANSWER PETITION FOR ADOPTION OF MINOR No. 2229 T N THE DISTRICT rorjRT qf the ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF MOTNANA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY ' OF LINCOLN In the Matter of the Petition of PAUL V. MOODY and EDNA R MOODY to Adopt SANDRA PAUL ETTE PATTON, a Minor Child The people of the State of Mon INGS t0 JameS J ' Patton - GREET You are hereby cited to be and appear in the District Court of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Lincoln, at the courtroom of said District Court thereof, at the courthouse in the City of Lib by, County of Lincoln, State of Montana, on the 14th day of May 1948 at 10:30 A. M. of said day then and there to show , cause, if any you have, why the petition of Paul V. Moody and Edna R. Moody for the adoption of Sandra Paulette Patton, your minor daughter, should not be granted. Given under my hand and seal of the District Court of the State of Montana, in and for the County «^Lincoln, this 29th day of March, (COURT SEAL) FRED F. CLARK Cler ( k of Court April 1-8-15-22) (4t A GREAT FORCE FOR GOOD • • • • W ! f. J t f/ America's Overseas Veterans... UNHID Aside from the purely personal benefit* you will receive from Joining V.F.W., it it also a pillar °* itrength for good in our coun tty, retting upon a foundation of brotherhood among patriots . . , men who have served overseas! ■L HARPER ERDMAN POST NO. 1548 Libby, Mont. 'A VETERANS OF FORE WARS OF THE U. S. Bowling Scores For Past Week 17 ^ L 36 38 41 46 27 1c 3, Monday Night Honar Roll: Erickson, 557; R. Spencer. 550; Ahlskog, 545; Bur pee, 530; Shaurette, 529. of W American Legion Robertson Feed . 44 .42 28 37 Miller's Clothing Flying Service . Forest Service . Hotel Libby . Higlander Beer ... Silver Loaf . High single game, R. Fowler, 284 High three games, Solem, 714. 39 40 41 .39 42 38 43 37 44 31 50 Erickson Wednesday Night Honor Roll; J. Roberts, 569- A Nelson, 526; T. Roberts, 500- Pet rusha, 493; C. Bloom, 488. w Zonolite Co. L. S. W. Union . Bowker Dist. (I tie) 39 J & C Garage (1 tie) .34 High single game, Sw-mley 286. High three games, C. Bloom, 694. Friday Night Honor Roll; R. Roberts, 559; Milo. 561; W. Brown, 539; Parker E. Eggerts, 531. 45 43 540; W L Ott's Service . V. F. W. Kootenai Merc. K. V. Garage Neils Lbr. Co. (1 tie) . 40 Firemen (1 tie) Partlow Elec. Libby Motors . High single game, B. Baeth, 285. High three games, 46 35 46 35 41 40 41 40 40 38 42 .37 44 34 47 E. DeRosia, 685. Women's League—Thursday Honor Roll: B. Petrusha. 439; B. Guenther, 43o; I Verboncoeur, 432' B. Rcmp, 407; I, Riddle, 406. W , L Brown's Hi-Power ... Lincoln's Inn . V. F. W. J. Neils ... 31 41 40 36 .35 High single game, I. Brown 205 I High series, I, Riddle, 526. 45 46 Time to Think ABOUT GRADUATION And just what the grad uate will be expecting. • Don't wait until the last week . . . look over our stock of high grade Watches. Just received a new lot . . . ynri fs&m FOR YOUNG MEN: 17 Jewel in all stainless, shock proof, water proof cases. Ü FOR YOUNG LADIES: 17 Jewel in gold filled cases. All Gauranteed BUCKINGHAM Jewelry Store And if you say you bought it at BUCKINGHAM'S, every one knows it is paid for. News Notes From Co. Agent's Office Reminding Lincoln County people that the world's food supply is still critically short, Frank Robinson, county extension agent, urged county-wide compiance with the United States Department of Agri culture's plan for 20,000,000 gardens in the nation this summer. He said the goal of the USDA is to make 1948 the biggest food production year in the history of the country. Production of food in home gardens he pointed out will help the feeding of millions of people throughout the world wTio are suffering from hunger and mal nutrition. Because of Montana's short grow ing season, he suggested careful planning of this summer's gardens. As a guide to vegetable varieties he mentioned a Montana Extension service publication, "The Montana Farm Garden." From the garden bulletin infor mation can be obtained on the types of vegetables suited to the state along with their maturity dates, seed or plant requirements per 100 foot row, depth to plant seed, spacing of plants and the proximate yield per 100 foot Other suggestions are made cerning soil requirements, seeding, irrigating, fertilizing. He also said excellent tips are made about the use of hotbeds and transplanting of vegetables which need early starts. Garden plans should be pleted soon, he concluded, to be ready for gardening work when the weather and ground favorable. County Agent Frank Robinson reports a new bulletin just off the press that should be of interest to poultry producers. The bulletin is entitled "Poultry Equipment" and has detailed information Brooding Equipment, Range Equip ap row con com so as are ■ M Good Business Demands ADEQUATE INSURANCE PROTECTION Do not wait until a loss o.ccurs. Ted Kessel 50.9 Mineral - Phone 196-W BURGAN FRIDAY SATURDAY MONDAY OXYDOL-RINSO-DUZ Large Package Johnsons Glocoot Quart Aunt Sue—dry SUPER SUDS. 56c WRIGHTS ' JAR SILVER CREAM. 22c I 98c 75c CLEANS WOODWORK, WALLS FLOORS Spic and Span 2 Packages . Boon Liquid Cleaner—Quart SOS Cleanser 4-Pad Package .7.. Parlor Brooms Sturdy but light—5 tied .... WALLPAPER CLEANER Climax Large Can . Ammonia Excellent for window cleaning 145 49c 23c 50c 12c 9 c AUGERS WHOLE KING KELLY ORANGE MARMALADE Cake Mix Apricots Devils Food 2 • Spice Pkgs. Packed in . 2 .. Syrup 49c 2 49c cans jars Marshmallow Creme 2 8-oz. JARS . BAKERS Chocolate Chips PACKAGE HERSHEY-CHOCOLATE Mr. Goodbars 3 FOR . FRANCO AMERICAN Beef Gravy PER CAN . WAXED Sandwich Bags PER PACKAGE . FINE GRANULATED 35c 10 Pound Bag SUGAR 96c 25c COVE—Small Eastern - for stews Can 13c OYSTERS..43c 15c PIERCES fancy tomato 14-oz. Bottle CATSUP 19c 19c • • • ENJOY FRESH SPRING VEGETABLES No. 1 California Eastern mild cure Pound JOWL BACON 34c Pound ASPARAGUS 23c Pork links Pound Field grown 2 Pounds ... 25c Cello Bag SALAD MIX........ 17c SAUSAGE 55c RHUBARB. . . Lean trimmed Pound For a quick salad PORK CHOPS.59c Sliced or piece Pound Fresh green 2 Pounds . . . 25c 2 For Radishes - Onions .... 15c HEAD CHEESE 39c SPINACH . . Pound Dry cure Fresh bunches SALT PORK 39c mont, Laying Stock Equipment, and Turkey Equipment. Copies of this bulletin may be obtained by calling j at the office or by mailing a re- ! quest. 1 CATTLE GRUB SPRAYING DEMONSTRATION HELD AT EUREKA At a recent cattle grub spraying demonstration held at the "69" Ranch at Eureka, County Agent Frank Robinson reports that 164 head of cattle were sprayed in ap proximately 2Vz hours, at a cost AND NOW • • • THE LEADER OF THEM ALL . . . The Leader General Electric Range at $169.75 G. E. Watertanks & Refrigerators Now Here for immediate delivery, — WHILE AVAILABLE BUY NOW PAR FLOW ELECTRIC CO. Til NEXT TO POSTOFFICE PHONE 182 YOU WANT IT WE HAVE IT O 3 bedroom home close in, living room, dining room, dinette, kitchen, utility room, and bath down stairs; 2 bedrooms upstairs. Cement foundation, fur nace heat, garage, on sewer, 50-ft. frontage with cor ner location. $2400.00 down; remainder convenient terms. • 3 25-ft. lots, corner location, two blocks from mill —abstracted. $450.00; $200.00 down, remainder lib eral terms. • 2 25-ft. lots, located in center of block. Short dis tance from mill. Priced at $275.00. YOU LIST IT WE'LL SELL IT i MAURER REALTY Office Phone 93 Residence Phone 0161-J Thursday, April 1, 1948 of a little over 6c a head. The spraying will pay for itself many times by the increased weight put on by each animal, - LARGE CROWD ENJOYS MUSIC PRESENTATION A large audience enjoyed the Music presentation in Junior High auditorium the evening of March 17, when members of the Faculty of Montana State University School of Music presented Justin Gray, clarinetist, Lois Ibsen, pianist, and Nancy Crittelli, cellist. Libby School Music groups spon sored the entertainment.