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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: automatic, 1500 W. A. C. Includes 50 gal. tank and new batteries.— Phone 55-F-12, or write Charles Budina, Troy. Koehler Plant, fully 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 out. Price $3800.00. Phone 98-R, write Box 826, Libby. 14-tf For Sale;—Wealthy Apples, wheat, barley, straw, spuds. Wm. R. Smith, Eureka, Mont. 18-4x For Sale:—Good 16" Tamarach slab wood, delivered at $2.75 per rick, minimum order 6 ricks. Write or phone V. Gilcrease, Libby, Phone 26-F-31. 18-2x For Sale;—1939 Plymouth Sedan; 1935 Ford Coupe. — Henry Nollar, 41542 Montana Ave, Thursday - Friday - Saturday September 23-24-25 Cass Timberlane // n j -starring Spencer Tracy - Lana Turner Sinclair Lewis never wrote a greater book! lERIAi Sunday, and Monday Sept. 26-27 Mark Stevens - Lloyd Nolan -in // The Street With No Name // Powerful entertainment! Terrytoon - - "Felix The Fox" FOX NEWS Tuesday - Wed. - Thursday September 28-29-30 The Walls of Jericho' -with Cornel Wilde - Linda Darnell All the bold emotions of the best seller! WoVcn Ti ÏA > SHORT SOCKS .■ S&k. >4 vm « > Kx> ftv ' % r V WH; - 75 * JÀd juiit 44/s New Pattern* ... New Color* . . . Coot . . . Comfortable . . . Self-Supporting.. ."Hi" enough to cover up . . .''Lo" enough for comfort. Miller's Clothing Store "Always First in Fashions" . „ „ . _ 4 '" r , , J? ffress Club Congress was hold he campus of Montana State Col 5* Bo . zet I 1 r a f ?' i° n ,u S H P , tCm ^n 13th through 16th, both dates elusive. At Congress, there were — For Sale:—One 1944 Chev. logging truck with tandem trailer. One 1944 Studebaker Army logging truck with tandem trailer, write or see C. W. Moles, Star Rt.. Libby 19-2x " „ . ~ r " ... f.° r ? a l e: ^ C W 6 9 t ni I o trie hot watei tank, also tmle sets, good as new. Bowker D st.i t:>uto1 ___ _ News Notes From Co. Agent's Office a approximately 500 4-H Club boys For Sale:—Oil Heater, slightly used, in good condition. See Mrs. Tim othy Miller. 411 West 4th Street, 18-2c For Sale;—1937 Ford Pick-up. Lib by Motors. For Sale:—40 gallon insulated hot water tank with thermostat, very reasonablo. Call 112x. Mrs. Sher lx — For Sale;—Home Comfort Range with hot water fixtures, good con dition. 2-room house to be moved off place. E. S. McAllister, Eureka, lx man. For Sale:—Good used tires, 600 x 16. Phone I74-J—Gambles. 1c For Sale:—Two trucks or will trade. Can use Chain saw or stock, ton inter. 1^-ton chev. grain tank and stock racks. Jim Baker, Libbv. IMs lx For Sale:—One good used oil stove. See Turk Lampton or call 137R. lx For Sale:—One Saw Mill, One 85 h.p. Unit almost new. One 20" Cat, One Mall chain saw almost new with chisel type chain. Real Estate, 5 acres, Two houses cheap, barn, garage, chicken house and yard. Mrs. Fred Banning, box 12, Fortine, 19-2x Mont. For Sale;—1933 Chev. Inquire at Charles Halseys, or call 22-J. lx For Sale:—1929 MoUel A Roadster Good Condition. 6:00 x 16 tires. Earl Zingieman, Western News. ALCOHOL in gallon cans. $1,35 per gallon. Tinkers. 1c FOR SALE:—Skid-Rid Re-Caps at Tinkers. 1c LOST Truck Jack, and one dual Lost: ■ truck chain, lost near Eureka, find er return to G. A. Soderling for $10 reward. 2x FOR RENT High Speed Floor Sander & Edger, hand sanding, no dust. Gambles. Phone 74-J. tf Wanted:—Man with car. who ca n qualify as Christmas Tree buyer in Lincoln County and Supervise m, Field. — J. Hofert Co.. 318 Smith Tower Annex., Seattle, (4) Wash. 18-2c WANTED Someone to cut my win Wanted: ter wood—30" ricks, either cash or on shares. Ranch, Pipe Creek. E. F. Hartwell, Brandt 19-2x Position Wanted:—Widow, exper ienced as Sales Clerk, Fry cook, Housework, practical nursing. Mrs. Theresa Sullivan, Box 1171, Libby. Wanted to Buy:—2 saddles, or rent for 30 days. Phone 183, Libby. Ros coe Garrison. lx Wanted to Buy or Rent:—60 or 70 Dozer with wench. Roscoe Garrison. lx Wanted: — Clean Cotton rags. Tink ers. 1c Wanted to Rent;—Furnished room near Mill Row, E. Paulson. lx MISCELLANEOUS The party who took my chickens last Friday morning between 9:00 and 9:30, may either return them to me or suffer the consequences.— Frank Luxa, Sr. lx —Farm Woman's Harvest Dinner, Moose Hall. September 25, 6:30 to 8:00 p m. 17-3c TIRES at TINKER'S 15. 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 & 21 inch.— All sizes & plies. Baby chicks, $18 per 100, $2 per 100 deposit. U. S. Approved and Pullorum Controlled. B. B. Bronze turkey poults. Bitney's Poultry, Kalispell, Mont. 40-tf. For Roofing needs and Roll Brick Siding, call 174-J.—Gambles. 18-2c OFFICE DESKS Typist or Executive Style For Sale or Rent—See Mr. Bricker at Libby Hotel THE CABOOSE Announces New Fall Schedule EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY Now Open From 5:00 p. m. to 2:00 a. m. Sundays - Open at 3:00 p. m. Chicken and Steak Dinners - Individual Chicken Pies Sandwiches - Liquid Refreshments ! and girls and local leaders. These Club members represented the var | ious counties of the state and were I the winners of county events in i judging, demonstrating, etc. The 4-H Club Congress was made I up of agricultural and home econo mi demonstrations, livestock, and judgin g. meat identifications. clothing, fods and home furnishing ■ . • = Lincoln County was represented by Sheila McCrory, of the Rocky Range 4-H Club of Libby; Kendall Ward, of the Libby 4-H Garden Club: Glen Helms, of the Border 4-H Club at Eureka; Naomi Mackey and Nancy Clark, of the Tobacco Valley Home Economics Club at I Eureka, and Beverly Dickinson, of 'the Busy Bees 4-H Club at Fortine. (The delegation was accompanied by jMiss phvllis Knott, a leader of the! j Tobacco' Valley Home Ec. Club, j Ti ie Danish system is used in gi v -j n awards. In this system it is 1 recognized that frequently there is j little difference in first, second and ti 1 h i r d place winners, and that there mav d( , several individuals whose judging is good eno ugh to have qualified for first place, second place and third place, ribbon group includes all contes tants whose ratings were good I enough to ment first place, the red i group includes those contestants 1 good enough to qualify for second place, and the white group includes | those good enough to qualify for third place. All of Lincoln county's delegates placed. Sheila McCrory, Nancy Clark, and Beverly Dick inson placed in the white ribbon group, and Glen Helms. Kendall Ward, and Naomi Mackey placed in the red ribbon group. Weed Control This is the best season of the year to use sodium chlorate and borax in the control of perennial weeds such as the Canadian thistle, quack grass, and white top. Three parts of borax and one part of sodium chlorate are mixed togeth er dry'. Eight pounds of the mix ture are applied per square rod on the weed-infested area. The mixture is commonly called "6-2". These chemicals are carried down into the soil by the fall rains and work upon the roots of the weeds. The chemicals will sterilize the soil for one to two years, and will kill The blue all plant life: ( ROYAL NEIGHBOR NEWS Mountain View R. N. A. Sewing Circle met September 15th at the home of Mrs. Kathryn Williams j with Mary Chappel as co-hostess. The meeting opened with Mabel Johnson presiding. After the business meeting, bingo was played and many prizes were given. Neighbor Nellie McGrew was re ported to be quite ill. Fifteen members were present. The next meeting will be held at j the home of Mrs, Pat Thorne. A | delicious lunch was served at the '■lose of the evening.—Emma Ru bard. Secretary. THE DOME PRESENTS "THE STREET WITH NO NAME" Again tapping the newsworthy another sub ,j e ct j n grow j ng list of semi j documentary pictures, 20th Cen t F 0 ff ers "The Street With 1 J No Name," a story of the operations of the Federal Bureau of Investi gation fighting the new wave of gangsterism which has sprung up since the end of World War II. Since it is a subject which ideally lends itself to this type of film pro duction it is sure-fire and swift paced entertainment. Not only is it a picture that will hold the aud iences' undivided attention, but one which will receive the full support and endorsement of civic groups combating juvenile delinquency and lawlessness. Unlike many previous films of similar theme and format, this hits its mark with the force of a bullet. There is none of the artificial heroics or dramatics which Hollywood has long considered a vital part of such pictures. Here FBI agents are shown only as efficient operators with a job to do, while those of the criminal element are not the usual bullet-scarred prohibition - day thugs, but baby-faced punks who have received their education as juvenil e delinquents. _ NO GROUSE SEASON IN LINCOLN COUNTY The State Game Commission met last week to set the bird seasons for this fall. Chinese pheasant will be open state-wide from October 31 to November 11, inclusive. There will be a prairie chicken season in certain counties east of the divide, but the grouse season was closed throughout the state. Certain coun ties have plenty of birds for local hunters but it was feared that should only a few counties be opened the pressure from out of county hunters would prove disasterous for stock. The federal split season on water fowl opens at noon on October 8, running till one hour before set. October 21. The second period opening at Noon November 12, and closes one hour before sunset Nov. seed sun 2f> i I I I Tuberculosis, the leading cause of death in the United States at the beginning of the 20th century, has now dropped to seventh place but still kills more young people be tween the ages of 15 and 35 than any other disease. Don E. Switzer left Monday for Missoula, where he has enrolled as a junior in the University's law school. There are now six per cent of the general hospitals in the United Is \ «V/ \ BOWL both for Health and for Pleasure League Bowling Monday Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings. THE Keglers IP! KB M 00s « a jSy .V'v III KV jiX'j WHOLE APRICOTS Chick-A-Dee No. 2 Vz —2 Cans 45c Moonkist No, 2—2 Cans 5-Tie Parlor Each Grapefruit 27« Brooms i. 45 î • • • House of George 46 Ounce Can GRAPE FRUIT JUICE 19c 6 Box Carton Rep Tip—Ohio 1-Lb. Pkg. Bugans Best 30c Coffee Matches 47« Camay - Lux - Palmolive Regular Size—3 Bars SOAP 29c Package Tasty Loaf 2-Lb. Carton Dreft — Vel Soap Powder. 33« Cheese I. 08 OATMEAL Centennial—Quick or Regular 9 Pound Bag . 89c v & T SPECIALS A USE PET MILK IN COOKING...IT'S THRIFTY HEARTS O' GOLD CANTALOUPES LB. FANCY SLICING TOMATOES DRY ONIONS2LBS. EXTRA NICE CAU LI FLOWER LB. LETTUCE BURG A NS S?' 6« LB. 12c YELLOW DANVER 9c 15« CRISP FIRM LB. 10« Specials Friday Sept. 24 FREE DELIVERY Tuesday - Friday - Saturday States which routinely X-ray pa bents on admission, according to a recent study. M OIL HEATING AT IT'S BEST WITH A Kresky Junior • A forced circulating air furnace, fully automatic. There are over 75,000 Kresky Burners in use on furnaces, floor furnaces and ranges. PARTLOW ELECTRIC CO. NEXT TO POSTOFFICE m PHONE 182 YOU WANT IT? WE HAVE IT 300 Acres—65 acres meadow hayland all of which is good soil and sub-irrigated. Ample outside range, 4 room home with electricity, water piped to house and feed'lot, other out buildings consist of cow barn, horse barn, double garage, pump house, chicken house, and guest cabin. This ranch has been a producer for years. 112 Acres — On Seventeen Mile Creek, 20 acres meadow now in hay, some standing cedar, and white pine, buildings consist of 3-room home with electric ity, barn, garage, and chicken house. Creek through the property, ample outside range, location makes it ideal for hunting and fishing lodge. YOU LIST IT WE LL SELL IT MAURER REALTY Office Phone 93 Residence Phone 086-J Thursday, September Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Star from tho Yaak country were buisness callers i n Libby Tuesday.