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Classified advertising running in this column is charged for at the rate of 2c per word per Issue with a minimum charge of 30c for the ad For Sale:—Holland Oil Furnace— good condition: Monarch Range with water front. See Dr. A. M. Brock way, 161-J, or Bert Erickson. lx For Sale;—1 Portable Sawmill with 30" Tower edger, $1650.00; 1 single drum, swinging boom gas jammer, $1850.; 1 D4 Caterpillar 1500 hours, with Hydraulic Angle dozer and power take-off and belt pulley, $5700.00. Robert Hewett, Box 92, Bonners Ferry, Idaho. 8-2x For Sale: — Traveleeze baby car riage, comes apart for use in car; baby play pen; both with pads; fine condition $25. Oldenburg, Trego. Mrs. W. H. 1c For Sale:—1947 2-ton heavy duty Chevrolet truck, 3-speed Brown Lipe transmission, or will consider trade for Studebaker 6x6 in good condition. David R. Curtis, Fortine. 1c For Sale:—One-wheel trailer. Ap ply at the Western News. 1c For Sale;—Caterpillar "50" Skid ding Cat C. E. Carroll, box 933, Libby. lc WANTED;—30' and 35' Lodgepole Pine Poles Not Peeled. J. Neils Lumber Company. 4-tf. For Sale:—1936 Chevrolet Coach— good tires. Motor in good condition. Cheap for cash. Harry Irwin, Eur eka. lc For Sale:—4-room house, one block from Main Street. Celotex walls and ceiling. Newly papered and painted inside. Needs paint out side. Lots of built-in cupboards large closet. Has toilet and show er, automatic hot water heater and will sell with or without bottled gas range. Cheap for cash. Harry Irwin, Eureka. lc For Sale:—4-room house, not mod ern, in Troy. Water piped into kitchen. W. B. Lensing, Box 365, Troy. 6-tf. For Sale;—Fairbanks Morse Induc tion 5 h. p.. 3-phase electric motor, 220 volt, 1800 r.p.m. Haschke, Ski Jump Road, Phone 43-J-2. Charles lx For Sale;—One used Lawn Mower. S5.50. Gambles, Phone 174-J. lc For Sale;—16 Acres, one mile out on highway No. 2. Large spring on place, 5 rooms with bath, cement basement, city lights, water under pressure, good out buildings. Priced $5500.00 some terms. E. A. Strout Realty, John F. Bowen, Associate, Residence Phone 260, Box 295, Phone 66-M. lc WANTED:—30' and 35' Lodgep Pine Poles Not Peeled. J. N< Lumber Company. ole eils 4-tf. For Sale:—4-room house and M> acre of ground. F. E. B., Box 441 7-2x Troy. For Sale:—Two bedroom, modern House. Full Basement. R. L. Fagan, Eureka. 7-2x For Sale:—Pelton 15-in. Whqel with 1 Vè K. W. Generator, same as new. Price $375.00. Can be seen at my place 5 miles north of Fortine. Victor Wolff, Fortine. 6-3c Water OFFICE DESKS Typist or Executive Style For Sale or Rent—See Mr. Bricker at Libby Hotel L66-the 6 to I favorite 3M jj i 1 * M . K Lee Jett Denim Overalls • HI I i 31 T 1 RlE* ll As Advertised fjPrBS UFEJ f* V > in L T m A national 166) survey by a " prominent pub lishing com _ _ pany proves Lee Overalls, Lee Matched Shirts Cr Pants are the 6 to I favorites. For top qual ity work clothes buy Lee. Miller's Clothing Store HUNTING AND FISHING INCREASES IN REGION ONE DURING THE YEAR 1947 Recreational hunting and fishing use of the National Forest lands and waters during the open seasons of 1947 increased over the high levels reached during 1946. This use was made in areas of easy access, as well as in remote wilderness ter ritory. and reflects the great in terest in and demand for the pro duction of fish and game on the public forests of this Region. During the 1947 season, sport fishing in the National Forests in creased 30 per cent over 1946. This is the greatest use ever recorded. Big game hunting efforts also in creased but due to wet, cold hunt ing weather and lack of the usual heavy, early fall of snow, hunter success was somewhat reduced. Due to the high cost of out-of-state license fees, the number of out-of state hunters was greatly reduced, During the 1947 fishing seasons in the four ststes in the Region, a conservative estimate of 281,000 fishermen spent many fine days on the streams and lakes of the Region, The 1947 hunting seasons saw a collective group of 122,000 big game hunters and 21,000 small game hunters for their fall sport on the National Forests. The big game hunters bagged a total of 80 ante lope; 1,300 black bear; 46 grizzlies; 11,000 mule deer; 5,000 white tail ed deer; 10,200 elk; 107 moose; 96 mountain goats and 3 mountain sheep. This tremendous use and the great crops of game from public forests are really important as a way of life to about half of all the people who live in this country. A total of 324.000 people hunted and fished as a way of recreation. ole WANTED;—30' and 35' Pine Poles Not Peeled. Lumber Company. T 6 1 eils 4-tf. For Sale:—One Corona No. 3 Port able Typewriter. Good condition. Box 355, Eureka. 5-4c MISCELLANEOUS TIRES at TINKER'S 16, 17. 18. 19. 20 & 21 inch.— All sizes & plies. Baby chicks, S18 per 100, $2 per deposit, U. S. Approved and Pullorum Controlled. B. B. Bronze turkey poults. Bitney's Poultry, 40-tf. Kalispell, Mont. Tinting Done on Snapshots and En largements. Write to Box 439, Eur eka, Montana. 7-2x Plastering & Stucco LEE CHILDS WANTED;—30' and 35' Lodgepole Pine Poles Not Peeled. J. Neils Lumber Company. 4-tf. MATTRESSES REBUILT; — Don't throw away your old mattresses. Let us rebuild them like new into either an Innerspring or Cotton Mattress. Free pickup and deli very. We also do unholstering.— Write to Mr. N. L. Watne, Kalis pell Mattress Co., Libby, Montana. lx WANTED WANTED:—30' and 35' Lodgepole Pine Poles Not Peeled. J. Neils Lumber Company. Wanted:—Work by the hour. Ex perienced waitress. Lillian Schi kora. 4-tf. lx Wanted;—Mountain home or small farm. Electricity and school avail able. Northern Idaho or N. W. Montana. David A. Lawyer, Alta dena, California lc Wanted:—Man with team of horses to skid Poles. Sons, Phone 57-R, Troy. L, W. Rubier & lx NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of OLIVER CORYELL, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, the executor of the estate of Oliver Coryell, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said de ceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said executor at the office of J. F. Fennessy, Jr., First State Bank Building. Libby, in the County of Lincoln, State of Montana, the same being the place , for the transaction of the business of said estate. GERALD D. BUELL Executor of the Estate of said Deceased. Dated at Libby, Montana, this 3rd day of July, 1948. J. F. FENNESSY. JR. Attorney for Petitioner. July 8-15-22-29) (4t HE WAS READY M When You Needed Him . • • 3R ARE YOU READY Now That He Needs You ? m Hi , r ecor •M. mpli > né l°. r 0 -L country's 1®^ ■r, i effort . L nsl t o ' ■HH m mm SI Harper Erdman Post Libby, Montana No. 1548 I ANNUAL MEETING OF THF I FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST. j SCIENTIST. BOSTON, MASS.. Boston, Mass., June 7_Declaring! that democratic government is the instrument through which an irre sistible, spiritual force is being channeled into the affairs of men. The Christian Science Board of ßi rectors today urged Christian Scientists, in annual meeting, here, to work strongly and actively for the defense of free governments. throughout the world. Rightly conceived, the Directors told the Annual Meeting of The Mother Church, The First Q f Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts, democratic govern-] me nt is something more than an] aggregation of legislative acts and legalized rules of conduct. "it is the orderly unfoldmcnt of the moral character and spiritual integrity of its citizens," the spokes men for the worldwide Christian Science movement affirmed. As such, they said, free government rightly merits active defense of its sacred purpose in addition to the pious declarations of allegiance to its outer form. Thousands of Christian Scientists from many parts of the world heard the Directors issue a distinct chai lenge to the proud, boastful "Goli-1 a ths of today, as they go to and fro j n the earth. Denying God, they are|? denying their own life, for God is the only life of man," they stated. In free governments, now serious ] y endangered by the modern Goliaths, the Directors commented, there is a force that gathers its strength from "the same eternal truth given by Christ Jesus in his peerless Sermon on the Ultimately it shall be Mount, seen, they said, that "no individual or nation on earth can withstand the power and presence of God and His Christ." The Directors statement high lighted a series of papers and re-1 ports made to the Annual Meeting, Set against the background of the great Mother Church dome and the Church park resplendent with mid Spring blooms, the reports stressed the renaissance of religious activi- ' ties throughout the postwar world, i and reemphasized the privileges of , , , The job of maintaining good hunt-1 ing and fishing is bound up in the. soils and waters of the lands in-1 volved. Mother Nature, with good I waters, continue to produce. A recent survey indicates more big game can be safely carried if big game use can be widely dis tributed. This means that the areas now understocked must be brought into greater use and that areas now heavily stocked must be adequately harvested to prevent overuse and needless months. Such deliberate operations of balanced, state-wide programs and treatments of individual big game herd units is a challenge to sportsmen and administrators alike. losses during winter DOME THEATRE Friday and Saturday July 9 and 10 RANDOLPH SCOTT and BARBARA BRITTON m // Albuquerque 1 / A Cinecolor Western Santa's Surprise" Unusual Occupations - 'Hula Magic' NOVELTOON Sunday and Monday July 11 and 12 Fury at Furnace Creek // // -with VICTOR MATURE and COLEEN GRAY Two brothers sworn to vengeance! FOX NEWS TERRYTOON . . . "Swiss Cheese Family Robinson Tues. - Wed. - Thurs. July 13 and 14 Good News // // ! (Technicolor) —starring JUNE ALLYSON and , PETER LAWFORD 8 ay and gorgeous! - "King Size Canary" _ "\T,r Au nr__ »> I CARTOON - _ __ Passing Parade - ,r My Old Town I >1 I k | IlKKw K/M 1 I L lUUV 111 f ® «3 • Lillian Schikora was in Kalispell I for a couple of weeks working at ! the New Style Cafe. i n .. , 1 i ^P" re " son - head of the i ÎT*® 1 a F Fffj?ent at Burgans, spent i holidays at Coulee Dam, Wash., wnere ne visited his family, j oyce Schikora spent the Fourth 'in Kalispell P fourth j —Meeting of Local 2662 Libbv I 13. 1948, 8 p. m.—Allen Good game, Recording Secretary I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Schikora and | children were at Boisvert's Monday, 1 and Mrs. Curtis Hipke and Dennis of Racine, Wis., are visit > n ß friends and relatives in Libby, having arrived June 30. They stopping at the Howard Hipke resi dence on Montana Ave., and also I j visiting Mrs. Inez Hipke, who is ! Curtis mother, and his grandfather, | A - E. Barr. They think Libby 1 ideal spot after having been on a couple of fishing trips and viewing | the local beauty spots, j M p . v t i- f „ | 1 57,., . ul1 ?" , of San Ber narcl j> no > t-alif., is visiting her fath f*;. A _ ; arr 4 ., a r a £°. br° ther nd • y ' • T hls 15 her „j r] 1 years P na sne ■ lnmKS the Old Home Town has really 8 rown - It w :n vote r or Mr xhe Elwood Brown family iov e d e the h^idavs ^ : Ind Glacier Park th Flathedd 1 are an j en W. F. Kienitz left Tuesday for his ' home in Honolulu, after spending 1 the past five months in Libby He arrived soon after the Kootenai Theatre burned last January and has been busy assisting his daugh ters in the building of the new 1 Dome Theatre. He expects to leave I San Francisco July 9 on the Lux- I line, formerly a troop transport but ' now converted into a deluxe passen- i ger liner. He should arrive home I about the 14th. He expects to make his next visit in Libby about from now, he stated, :■ a year free assembly and freedom of wor -1 ship as the human symbols of "spiritual freedom " 1 ■ . . j j j | | j S6/IPEBB VAWE§| MEATS and GROCERIES in SALMON Pink—Reprocessed No. 2 V 2 Flat Can 29c CATSUP Our Mothers Cocoa.20c Palm Olive, Camay, Life Buoy - 3 Brs. 19c PIERCES 14-Oz, Bottle Lux Soap 29c 1 Pound Can Quaker—Quick or Regular - 3 Lb. Pk. Oatmeal. 36c Hershey's Chocolate 1 Pound Can Kelloggs—8 Ounce 2 Packages Syrup 15c Corn F akes... 29c Dennisons 15 Ounce Can For Jelling Fruits & Juices - 2 Btls. Chili Con Came 26c Jam Jell. 25c U and I—100 lbs. $9.15 10 Pounds MCP— 3V2-OZ. 3 Packages Sugar Pectin 92c 32c CIGARETTES $1.63 Camel - Chesterfield Lucky Strike, etc—Carton FRESH MEATS Light Slab Bacon.... 69c Frankfurters.. 49c Salt Pork. 39c Fresh Hens FRESH PRODUCE Pound Frensh, Tender 2 Bunches Carrots 19c Pound Large Fancy 2 For Cantaloupes.. 43c No. 1 New Potatoes. 59c Firm Ripe Tomatoes 23 c Pound 10 Pounds Pound For Roasting or Stewing Fresh and Frozen FRYERS Fancy slicing Pound Cucumbers... 12c FREE DELIVERY Tuesday - Friday - Saturday Specials Friday July 9th BURSANSSâ »1 .rr«.™ « ? r BECOMES A CATHOLIC PRIEST St. Ignatius — r U.R) — Historic St. Ignatius Mission, here was the scene °J - he ® levat *on to Catholic J :iestft o°a m the Society of Jesus of the first full-blooded member of Stop in and see our line of ... Lighting Fixtures Beautiful, high quality fixtures - - at Low Prices PARTLOW ELECTRIC CO. NEXT TO POSTOFFICE PHONE 182 moi YOU WANT IT? WE HAVE IT 120 ACRES: —9 miles from Libby, 30 acres cleared and producing. About 40 acres timber (larch and fir). All year-around creek through the property. Buildings consist of 28 x 16 cabin, barn, chicken house, some farm equipment; also team of horses, priced at $4,000.00. 2 ROOM CABIN —Wired for electricity, in South Libby. 100-ft. corner frontage, cabin is now located on adjacent property and must be moved short distance. Can be used either for garage or living quarters. Total price $975.00 for both lot and cabin. Down payment of $275.00 will handle with unpaid balance monthly payments. P0 ACRES ON PIPE CREEK: —Controls quarter of a mile of good fishing waters. One 2 room cabin, one single room cabin. Good spring, dandy spot for that hunting lodge. Priced at $2,000.00. • Terms. on YOU LIST IT WE LL SELL IT MAURER REALTY Office Phone 93 Residence Phone 086-J Thursday, July 8, 1948 a northwestern Indian tribe. The Most Rev. Joseph M. Gilmore, Bishop of Helena, himself the first Montana Priest ever to be—elevated to the hierarchy of the Catholic church, ordained Rev. John J, Browm, a member of the Blackfeet Indian nation.