Thursday, September 9, 1948
C Unified 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:—1941 Nash 4-door sedan.
36,000 miles. Best of condition.—
Woody Daniel, Valcour, Mont. lx
For Sale:—Modern 6-room house,
with 3 bedrooms, on concrete foun
dation on 3 lots. Close in. Inquire
at Bolyard's Grocery and Market,
Matinees Begin Sunday, Sept. 12
at 2:30 p. m.
Friday and Saturday
Trail To San Antone
Top hand with rope & song!
Disney - -
Kennedy - - "Home Canning"
Sunday and Monday
Paulette Goddard and
Fast, furious comedy!
Pacemaker - "Bundle from Brazil"
Tues. - Wednes. - Thurs.
Mickey Rooney - Ann Blyth
Excitement from start
- "The Milky Way"
I • Repair
■ Save inconvenience . . .
■ ... Have your washing
■ machine checked regul
■ arly for better service.
It'll be cheaper too . . .
Have us repair your worn wringer rolls with Good
year Rubber Rolls.
We repair any make of Washing Machine. . Parts & Service for
Briggs & Stratton Gas Engines.
• See us for information concerning delivery on Portable & Oc
casional Table Model Electric Sewing Machines.
7he Maytag *?hop
113 Mineral Aye
' Day 's
■: ? '
Truly the "Tops in Trousers"
The Peak of Style,Quality and Fit
Miller's Clothing Store
Always First la Fashions"
Huckleberries for Sale at $2.25 per
gallon to all points west of Libby
and east in Montana. Postpaid to
you in Three Gallon Lugs. Please
send check with order. Fisher Riv
er Huckleberry Company, Libby.
J. 29 - A. 12-26 - S. 9
For Sale: — Koehler Plant, fully
automatic, 1500 W. A. C. Includes
50 gal. tank and new batteries.—
Phone 55-F-12, or write Charles
Budina, Troy. 13-tf
House For Sale:—5-room with bath,
on concrete foundation. 100 foot
frontage with lawn, garage and
woodshed. Interior recenty re
decorated, with new linoleum thru
write Box 826, Libby.
Price $3800.00. Phone 98-R,
For Sale;—Frehauf Axle Trailer,
11:00 x 20 tires.
$3500.00. W. W. Whitcomb. Bonners
Long and short
Sub-frame, loading ramps,
bunks and winch. Price
For Sale:—One-Ton V-8 1938 Truck
in good condition, 415 Montana Ave.
For Sale or Rent:—9-room modern
house, furnished or unfurnished.—
For Sale;—Cafe, fountain, and liv
ing quarters. See or write Mrs.
Bud Titchbourne, Eureka, Montana.
For Sale:—Silent Sioux Oil Heater
practically new, also round oak
heater for wood. Both in perfect
condition. Mrs. Jas Shaw, Stryker.
For Sale:—Modern 6-room house, 3
bedrooms, concrete foundation on 3
lots. Close in. Inquire at Bolyard's
Grocery and Market.
PIANO BARGAINS:—Few Baldwin
acrosonic Sprints damaged slightly,
at extra good bargains, mechanically
perfect, guaranteed. McIntosh Mu
sic House, Kalispell, Mont..
For Sale:—5-Room Dwelling House
with bath on East side, close in.
Well built corner property,
cement basement, furnace heated,
plastered throughout. Sewer, gar
age, nice lawn. A Bargain. $7,000.
Farm and Businesses throughout
Lincoln County. E. A. STROUT,
Realty, John F. Bowen, Associate.
For Sale;—1946 Pontiac 8 Coupe
Sedan, new rubber.—Make me an
offer—Maybe I'll take it. L. D.
Myhr, Evergreen Motel.
ANNIVERSARY WITH DINNER
■ M ■ ■
Mr. and Mrs. George Baeth were
guests at a dinner at the Caboose
Wednesday evening in honor of their
fortieth wedding anniversary. En
joying the dinner with them were
12 children and their spouses, Mr.
and Mrs. Mm. Baeth, Mr. and Mrs.
£ d 'T' d »i? ewit i' îî r ' a 2 d M n ' I lo Y?
Baeth, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Baeth,
Troy. Mr Duane White
f,™ se ' r J I . r , Joe ^ ae £ en
Miss Edith Baeth, Mr. and Mrs.
Willard Johnson, Miss Betty Baeth,
Dick and Bradley Baeth.
Visiting at the spacious Baeth
home in the Pival Addition was
enjoyed by all.
Following is the weather report
for the past week furnished thru
'the courtesy of the Libby Ranger
Sept. 3 ....
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dunham re
turned Monday from a three weeks
vacation in California, Utah, Wyo
ming. Nevada, and Yellowstone Na
FIRE SALE;—Guitars, Norge Ap
liances, Accordions, Radios, com
inations, recorders, small applian
ces, slightly damaged: guaranteed.
All offered at real bargains.—Mc
Music House, Kalispell,
Hay for Sale in Field:—See or
phone Dick Brinton.
For Sale; — A few used Washing
Machines, $15.00 and up. The May
tag Shop, Phone 188, Libby.
For Sale;—3-room modern home in
South Libby, close to mill. See
For Sale;—Play Pen. See or call
Mrs. George Bitterman, 129-W. lx
For Sale:—Oil heater slightly used,
in excellent condition. See Mrs.
Timothy Miller, 411 West 4th St. 1c
For Sale. — White Enamel Cook
Stove, in good contion. Wanted—
A Good Piano, David Foster, Olson
Addition. Box 83, Libby.
For Sale.—A new Norge Electric
hot water tank. Automatic. Price
$99.50. Dewey Bowker, 102 Mineral
High Speed Floor Sander & Edger,
no hand sanding, no dust. Gambles.
Room for Rent on Highway near
the Mill Row. After Saturday, call
after 5 o'clock. E Paulson.
"The Great Northern Railway is
hiring brakemen at Whitefish, Mon
tana. Paid vacations, pass privileges,
retirement pensions and sick ben
efits are available to all railroad
ers. Inexperienced men, 21 to 25
years of age, in good physical con
dition, will be paid while learning.
Experienced men 21 to 35 years
of age. Applicants contact nearest
Great Northern Agent, or call on
Trainmaster, Division Office Build
ing, Whitefish, Montana,
Suitable reward for information to
the arrest of persons taking tool
box out of pickup at Gopher Inn,
Saturday night. Box marked O. R.
I will not be responsible for any
debts contracted by any other per
son than myself. Claude Norris.
I will be out of town from Septem
ber 9 for two weeks, and my estab
lishment will be closed during this
period. Coleman Auto Repair. 16-2c
Baby chicks, $18 per 100, $2 per
100 deposit, U. S. Approved and
Pullorum Controlled. B. B. Bronze
turkey poults. Bitney's Poultry,
Typist or Executive Style
For Sale or Rent—See
Mr. Brieker at Libby Hotel
TIRES at TINKER'S
15. 16, 17. 18, 19, 20 & 21 inch.—
All sizes & plies.
'The Music Center"
134 1st Avenue W.
NEWS, LIBBY MONTANA
GIRL SCOUT DAY CAMP
Eighteen Intermediate Girl Scouts
attended a four-day Day Camp
August 25 thru 28. The camp was
held at Pioneer Park with Mrs Rod
ney Peterson directing. Her assis
tants were Mrs. Darrell Shaurette
Mrs. Earl Weiten, Miss Gretcheri
Gehrke, and Miss Billie Littell
Among their activities were the
making of buddy burners and tin
C an stoves for a cook-out, knot-tie
' inff- and mastering the fundamentals
n f lashine
A s P ecicd ea * f° r fh e scouts
a tour of the mill conducted thru
the courtesy of the management.
The Scouts appreciated the
of the park, so graciously contri
buted by the Libby Pioneers.
CARD OF THANKS
It is with a deep feeling of ap
oreciation that we take this oppor
tunity to extend our sincere thanks
to our friends for their thought
fulness in sending many "Get Well"
cards during her illness, and for
the kind words of sorrow and
pathy, and for the many lovely
floral remembrances called by the
recent illness and death of our loved
Mrs. Hans Westman
Mrs. Ray Mullenix
ATTENTION: WOMEN BOWLERS
There will be a meeting at the
Bowling Alley September 9th at
7:30 p. m.
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• The high point on the Monday
evening program was the awarding
of the Libby Fire Department's
three prizes. Mrs. Rudie Engle won
first prize of $500; second prize of
S200 going to Frank Luxa Jr. Mrs.
Cornet won the $100 prize. Music
for Sunday night's street dance was
furnished by Jimmy Zito's orches
tra which played an engagement
Saturday evening a t Lincoln's
Gopher Inn. ■
F. C. Robertson in discussing the
grain and hay displays in his de
partment, stated that this year saw i
better response than former years |
with better samples being shown, j
However a good representation of j
SACK TO SCHOOL
PORK and BEANS
31 Ounce Can
14 Ounce Bottle
• Miracle Whip—SALAD - Pt. Jar
Tomato Catsup I8t Dressing.41c
16 Ounce Can
# Kraft American
• Hersheys or Bakers
No. 2 Vz Can.
• Assorted Flavors
• Happy Vale
No. 303 Can
Skippy—Chunk or Creamed
1 Pound Jar .
Tty Out *Ttuiti and l/eaetaùlei
# Vine Ripened
Here for Canning
We believe canning Peaches
are now at their peak, both
in price and quality . . . For
this week end we will have
Hales and Elbertas in Pear
boxes and flat crates.
• Hearts o' Gold
• Yellow Danver
• No. 2 Netted Gem
• • • •
FREE DELIVERY Tuesday - Friday - Saturday
what the county can produce in
threshed grains was not shown. On
account of our short growing sea
sons, this fall is the time to pre
pare exhibits for next year's fair.
All the exhibits showed
ment over former years, with an
especially fine floral show being
made. The fine arts and dress good
department had at least a half lar
ger display than formerly. The dis
play of livestock was good, but
there is plenty more room for a
much larger display in this depart
ment, though the quality of stock
shown was good.
The prize win
ners will be published in next
week's Western News.
The address delivered Monday
evening by Congressman Mike
Maiwfield, who is the democratic
candidate for re-election to con
gress from this district, was a
spirited attack against congress. He
praised labor and while discussing
dams in Montana, stated that West
ern Montana contains at least 10%
of the potential water power in the
United States. A resume of the
representative's address written by
YOU WANT IT?
WE HAVE IT
4 ROOM HOME CONSISTING OF LIVING ROOM, KITCHEN,
bedroom and bath, nicely furnished, even to electric refrigerator,
100 ft. frontage, dandy garden spot, with fruit trees and berries.
Ideal for a couple. $3800.00. Terms.
133 ACRES—16 MILES FROM LIBBY ON HIGHWAY. 64 ACRES
meadow now in hay with average yield in excess of 80 tons. Creek
through meadow which can be used for irrigation purposes, 40
acres of standing timber which is accessible from highway. 7
home, on good foundation, well constructed barn; also separate
horse barn, school bus route by the property,
been a producer for years. All equipment included in the price
of $9,000.00. Terms.
This ranch has
YOU LIST IT
WE LL SELL IT
Office Phone 93
Residence Phone 086-J
the union reporter, appears
a different heading in this issue.
The annual event is showing; a
healthy growth in interest, and the
fair exhibits have reached the point
where a pavilion is said to be al
most a necessity for future shows.
Each year Libby citizens are be
fair-minded and al
ready many are planning for the fair
and celebration in 1949.
REPAIR WORK OF
Our Equipment Is
GIVE US A TRIAL
Coleman Auto Repair
1420 Minnesota Ave.
on U. S. Highway No. 2
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