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Legal Notices
AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE
SUBMISSION TO THE QUALI-!
FIED ELECTORS OF THE STATE
OF MONTANA OF AN AMEND
MENT TO SECTION 39 OF
ARTICLE V OF THE CONSTI-1
TUTION OF THE STATE OF
MONTANA, RELATING TO THE
REMISSION OF CERTAIN DE
LINQUENT PERSONAL PRO
PERTY TAXES AND THE CAN
CELLA TION OF CERTAIN OB
LIGATIONS HELD BY COUN
TIES. THE COLLECTION OF
WHICH IS BARRED BY THE
STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS.
Be it enacted by the Legislative
Assembly of the State of Montana:
Section 1. That Section 39 of,
article V of the Constitution of the
State of Montana be amended as
hereinafter provided, that the ques
tion of such amendment be submit
ted to the qualified electors of the
State of Montana at the general
election to be held in November,
CHAPTER 197
1948.
Section 2. That Section 39 of Ar
ticle V of the Constitution of the
State of Montana be. and the same
is hereby amended to read as fol
lows;
"39. Except as hereinafter pro
vided, no obligation or liability of
any person, association or corpora
tion, held or owned by the state,
Libby Professional
Directory
a
Dr. A. M. Brockway
DENTIST
OFFICE - POWER BLDG.
Fourth St. - Phone 275
J. F. Fennessy, Jr.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
First State Bank Bldg.
PHONE 219
GOMPF FUNERAL HOMES
Libby
is
of
Eureka — Troy
Phone 49
AMBULANCE MONUMENTS
W. G. SEIMS, Dist. Mgr.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF NEW YORK
PHONE 161M
LIBBY. MONT.
Dr. Roy M. Sherman
DENTIST
Office hours 9 to 12 and 1 to 5
PHONE 112
Dr. V. A. Hannigan
DENTIST
FIRST STATE BANK BLDG.
i j
»_
Topic's Barber Shop
IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL'*
•«
EVAN YAPLE, Prop.
Carrie LaMunyan
M. E. LaMunyan Cassidy
Representing
NEW YORK LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
Telephone 31M - Libby, Montana
DR. H. H. ANDERSON
Chiropractor
X-Ray - - Adjustments
1102 Dakota - Phone 257
Libby, Mont.
D. A. Bollinger
Consulting Forester
Box 944, Libby, Mont.
Phone 254-W
Specializing in Timber Esti
mating, (cruising). Type Map
ping, Marketing, Checking of
Property Lines and Land
scaping.
Lincoln County
ABSTRACT COMPANY
ORGANIZED 191«
Phone 52J • Masonic Bldg.
LIBBY, MONTANA
"An Abstract of Title is a
Necessity"
Agent for the best
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES
Stock Companies —
No Assessments"
! or any municipal corporation there
i in. shall ever be exchanged, trans
ferred, remitted, released or post
1 poned, or in any way diminished
j b V lhe legislative assembly; nor
sha11 such liability nr obligation be
j extinguished, except by the pay-1
ment thereof into the proper treas-1
ury.
"It shall however be lawful for
tho legislative assembly, in such
manner as it may direct, to auth
1 orizc the cancellation of any per
sonal property taxes which are not
a lien on real estate and which
have been delinquent for ton (10)
years or more.
i "It shall be lawful for the legis
, lative assembly, in such manner as
jit may direct, to authorize the can-'
I collation of any contractual obliga-1
tion owed to or held by a county,
t' )r seed grain, feed or other re- 1
lid* the collection of which obliga- j
l ' or ) > s barred by the statute of lim
Rations. ■
Section 3. This amendment shall j
he submitted to the qualified elec- j
tors of the State of Montana by be
ing placed on the official ballot pro
vided for bv Section 678, Revised
Codes of Montana, 1935, as amend
ed by Chapter 81. Session Laws,
1939, and as provided by law, and
there shall be printed on such bal
lot the title of this act and the fol
lowing words;
. . , ., , , .
Against the above amendment


For the above amendment.
The elector shall designate his
preference for either of the
pro
positions by making an X before
the proposition for which he de
sires to vote.
Section 4. The votes cast for and
against the amendment herein pro
posed shall be counted, canvassed,
and determined by such officials
and in such manner as provided by
law, and if a majority of all votes
cast at such electon for and against
such amendment shall be in favor
of such amendent, the governor of
the state shall so declare by public
proclamation, and the amendment
shall be in full force and effect
part of the Constitution from and
after the date of such proclamation.
Section 5. This act sljall be in
full force and effect from and after
passage and approval.
Approved March 5, 1947.
as
United States of America
State of Montana
1, Sam W. Mitchell, Secretary of
State of the State of Montana, do
hereby certify that the foregoing
a true and correct copy of
entitled:
"An Act to Provide for the Sub
mission to the Qaulified Electors
the State of Montana of an
Amendment to Section 39 of Ar
ss
an
of the
State of Montana, Relating to the
Remission of Certain Delinquent
Personal Property Taxes and the
Cancellation of Certain Obligations
Held by Counties, the Collection of
Which is Barred by the Statute of
Limitations."
In testimony whereof, I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed
the Great Seal of the State of Mon
tana, at Helena, the Capital, this
twenty-sixth day of Julv, A D
1948.
(SEAL)
SAM W. MITCHELL
Secretary of State
(12-13t
Aug. 5-0-28)
National Forest Timber For Sale
Sealed bids will be received by
the Forest Supervisor, Libby, Mon
tana. up to 4:00 p. m., October 11,
1948, for all lodgepole pine and
Douglas fir poles marked or desig
nated for cutting located on an area
embracing about 250 acres within
Section 10, T. 26 N., R. 28 W., M. P.
M., Elk Creek drainage, Kootenai
National Forest. Montana estimated
to be 3000 poles 30' and 35', 2000
poles 40 and 45' and 500 poles 50'
and over. No bid of less than $.01
per linear foot for 30 and 35' foot
poles, $.02 per linear foot for 40 and
45' poles and $.025 per linear foot
for poles 50' and over will be con
sidered. In addition to payments
for stumpage, purchaser will be
quired to deposit into special funds
in the Treasury of the United States,
$.005 per linear foot for poles 30' and
over to cover costs of slash disposal.
$1000.00 must be deposited with
IT
applied on the pur
chase price, refunded, or retained in
part as liquidated damages accord
ing to conditions of sale. The right
to reject any and all bids is
served. Before bids are submitted,
full information concerning the tim
uoAey 'jaguea pi.usiQ aqj uiojj pa
-uiB)qo oq pinoqs s-ptq jo uoissiuiqns
oqt pue V)[bs jo suotppuoo aqj Maq
Ranger Station, or the Forest Sup
ervisor. Libby, Montana.
(2t - Sept. 9 - October 7)
n*
The
Western News Classifieo
are business getters.
Helphrey Motor Freight
Spokane, Sandpoint, Bonners Ferry, Troy, Libby and
Intermediate Points
Has resumed operations between the above points
and is giving the same EFFICIENT service as before
the war.
Libby Phone 33
> NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
j TAX DEED
j NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that J. Neils Lumber Company a
corporation doing business at Lib-1
by. Montana, will, on the 6th dav
of December, 1940. apply to the
County Treasurer of Lincoln Coun
ty, Montana, for a tax deed to the
following described property:
Eb-NE'iNWh, Section 23, Town
shop 32 N., Range 29 W ' M M
(less 2'i acres); H. E. S. No 6l>4
m Section 23. Township
Range 29 W„ M. M.; SE 1
SWi (T3-4C)
Township
M. M.
Amount Dut —$31.93.'
Dated this 30th day of September.
1943.
SMITH McNEILL
Attorney for Applicant
■ Sept. 30 - Oct. 7)
....
ASSESSMENT
. To the Stockholders of the da
< u '*. Silver Lead Mining Co.
Notice is hereby given that at ai
^pacial meeting of the Board oi
Directors of The Glacier Silver Lead
Mining Company held on Thurs
I* 16 9th day of September, li)48.
at 3:00 o'clock p. m. at the office
company 514 Columbia Build
m § ' n Spokane, Washington, an as -1
sessrr.ent of five (5) mills, or one-1
half (Va) cent a share, was levied
upon the outstanding capital stock
of the corporation effective Sep
tember 15, 1948, and payable on or
before October 20, 1948 to F. W.
Kiesling. Treasurer of the company,
the office of the company. 514
Columbia Building. Spokane, Wash
ington.
Any stock upon which this assess
ment shall remain unpaid on Oct
ober 20, 1948, will be delinquent and
advertised for sale at public auction
and unless payment is made before,
will be sold on the 27th day of No
vember, 1948, at the Lincoln Countv
Courthouse at Libby. Montana at
the hour of 2:00 o'clock p. m. moun
tain time to pay the delinquent
assessment together with costs of
advertising and expenses of sale.
The Glacier Silver Lead Minin«
Company
By F, W. KIESLING
Secretary-Treasurer
(4t - Sept. 23-30—Oct. 7-14)
32 N..
i SE'.,
m Section 14.
Range 29 \V
32 N„
National Forest Timtier tor Sale
Oral and written bids will be
ceived by the Forest Supervisor at
office of the Forest Supervisor,
Kootenai National Forest, Libby
Montana, at 2.00 p. m., October 12.
1948, for all live timber marked
designated for cutting and all :v
chantable dead timber standing
down located on an area embracing
about 781
n.
or
mer
er
acres within Sections 27.
28, 33 and 34, T. 30 N., R. 33W„
and Section 4, T. 29 N., R. 33W.,
M, P. M., Camp Creek, Kootenai
National Forest, Montana, estimated
to be 3,050 M feet b. m. Douglas
fir, 560 M feet b. m. larch, 550
feet b. m. white pine, 200 M feet
b. m. ponderosa pine, 320 M feet
b. m. hemlock and white fir and
an unestimated quantity of Doug
las fir, larch and lodgepole pine
poles 30 feet and longer. No bids
of less than $5.00 per M for larch
and Douglas fir, $18.00 per M for
white pine, $10.00 per M for pon
derosa pine, $3.00 per M for hem
lock and white fir, 2c per lin ft.
for poles 30 to 35 feet, 3c per lin.
ft. for poles 40 to 45 feet, 4c per
lin. ft. for poles 50 to 55 feet and 5c
per lin ft. for poles 60 feet and
longer will be considered. In ad
dition to payments for stumpage,
purchaser will be required to de
posit into special funds in the Treas
ury of the United States, $2.00 per
M for total sawlogs cut and 1c per
lin ft. for poles 40 feet and longer
to cover stand improvement costs
and $1.25 per M for total sawlogs
cut and 1c per lin. ft. for poles to
cover cost of slash disposal. $2,000.00
must be deposited with each bid,
to be applied on the purchase price,
refunded, or retained in part as liq
uidated damages, according to con
ditions of sale. A bond of not less
than $4,000.00 will be required. The
right to reject any and all bids is
reserved. Before bids are submit
ted, full information concerning the
timber, the conditions of sale, and
the submission of bids should be
obtained from the Forest Ranger,
Troy, Montana, or the Forest Super
visor, Libbv. Montana.
(2t - Sept. 16 - Oct. 7)
AUTOMOTIVE
REPAIR WORK OF
ALL KINDS
GUARANTEED
Our Equipment Is
ALL NEW
GIVE US A TRIAL
Coleman Auto Repair
1420 Minnesota Ave.
on Ü. S. Highway No. 2
» THE LIBBY ACTIVITY DIRECTORY •
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Body & Fender
Repairs
Painting
Glass Installed
Mortons Body
Shop
j 10th & California Avenue
One Block So. of U. S. No. 2
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Chet s Cabins
TEXACO OIL PRODUCTS
Efficient Service
CHET SMITH, Prop.
CONCRETE
Work of all Kinds
By the Hour—
or
—By the Job
BILL WILLIAMS
Phone 165J
FOR
FUEL OIL
185
Phone
PROMPT DELIVERIES
E. L. KEMP
FIRST STATE
BANK
Capital
and
Surplus
$75,000.00
ALWAYS DEPENDABLE
Johnnies
Wrecking Service
NEW and USED
AUTO PARTS
JOHN HUSTUFT, Prop.
Clack's
Servicestation
HI-POWER GAS
Phone 55W - L. J. BROWN, Prop.
Distributor for
Clack's Products
Kelley's
BARBER SHOP
Next to Post Office
GOOD BARBER
SERVICE
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Service Organizations
* Libby Chamber of Commerce;
Paul Church, president; Dexter
Shaurette, secretary.
* American Legion Auxiliary No.
57 meets 3rd Thursdays. Mrs.
Dolly Holmgren, president; Mrs.
Alma Mount, secretary.
* "Lions Club meets 2nd & 4th
Mondays. W. J. Erickson, pres.;
Don Roberts, sec'y.
* Libby
2nd Tuesday at 2:00 p. m. in com
munity room of courthouse. Mrs.
F. C. Robertson, president: Mrs.
D. A, Bollinger, secretary.
* American Legion Post No. 97
meets 3rd Thursdays at VFW
Post Rooms. Francis McClure,
Post Commander, Harold Wil
son, Adj.
* Libby
meets 1st Wednesday. Mrs. Mabel
Vanderwood, pres.; Mrs. Dolly
Bowen, sec'y.
* Libby Modern Art Club meets
2nd Tuesdays at 8 p. m. at com
munity room, court house.
Lillian Morton,
Viola Maurer, secretary.
* Kootenai Valley Grange meets
first Friday of month at the J. F.
Bowen home. A. C. Grambauer
Worthy Master; Rose J. Robert
son, Sec'y.
•Regular meeting of Internation
al Hod Carriers, Building and
Common Laborers' Union of
America, A. F. L„ Libby. 2nd
and 4th Friday at City Hall. Lib
by. Ole Bondahl, pres., H. M.
Rorke, Sec.-Treas.
* Lumber and Sawmill Workers'
Union No. 2581. Meets 2nd and
4th Tuesdays at 7:30. William
Shawl, president; Harry Moe
rec. sec'y; A. G. Role. Bus, Agt.
* Veteran's Foreign Wars Post
No. 1548. Warren Brown, com
mander; I. Flesher, adjutant;
Clarke, Jr., Quarter
master. Meets 1st and 3rd Wed
nesday at club.
* Auxiliary io V. F. W. Post No.
1548. Lorna Hilbird, pres.; Mrs
Mabel Solem, Secretary. Meets
1st and 3rd Wednesday of each I
month in Moose Hall.
* Libby Garden Club meets 3rd i
Tuesday in each month. Mrs.
Kappa Rice, pres.; Mr». Doris i
Woman's Club meets
Farm Woman's Club
Mrs.
president, and
Fred F.
Chapman, Sec'y. 1
• Loggers' Union Local 2662. Ed
Dutton, pres.; Allen Goodgame,
sec'y.; A. G. Role, Bus. Agt.—
Meetings on call
Lodges
• I. O. O. F. Cabinet chapter No.
68, meets every Wednesday even
ing. F. W. Warner, N. G.; Clar
ence Karnes, rec.-sec'y.
* Royal Arch Masons Libby lodge
No. 33 meets 1st and 3rd Wed
nesdays at Masonic Temple. A.
E. Brunette, high priest; E. M.
Davidson, secretary.
• A. F. 8z A. M. Libby Lodge No.
85 meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays
at Masonic Temple. Gale Weid
ner, W. M., L. W. Leigh, sec
retary.
* Order of the Eastern Star, Lib
by Chapter No. 69 meets 1st and
3rd Tuesdays at Masonic Temple.
Mrs. John Bagg, worthy ma
tron, Mrs. E. É. Jaqueth, sec'y.
* Libby Moose Lodge No. 1039
meets 2nd and 4th Mondays at
Moose Hall, D. A. Davidson,
Governor; Melvin P. Paulson,
secretary.
* Royal Neighbors, Mountain
View Camp No. 9353 meets 2nd
and 4th Wednesdays, Moose Hall.
Mrs. Sylvia McGrew, oracle;
Mrs. Mildred Erdahl, recorder.
* Medora Rebekah Lodge No. 53
meets 1st and 3rd Mondays at I.
O. O. F. Hall. Mrs. James dow
ers, Noble Grand; Mrs. Charles
Oertel, secretary.
* Rainbow Girls meet 2nd and
4th Mondays at Masonic Temple.
Mary Maurer, worthy advisor;
Lyla Brennan, recorder; Mrs. E.
M. Davidson, Mother advisor.
* Women of the Moose, Libby
Chapter No. 695 meets 1st and 3rd
Thursdays at Moose Hall. Mrs.
Ellen Cole, Senior Regent; Billie
Murray, recorder.
• Theta Rho Club No. 27 meets
1st and 3rd Thursdays in IOOF
hall at 7:15 p. m. Dorothy Bene
detti, president; Norma Solem,
rec. sec'y; Mrs. Nell De Rosia,
Advisory officer.
• Libby Rod and Gun Club meets
3rd Tuesday at 8:00 p.
Skranak, president; G.
secretary.
• Granite Encampment No. 7, I.
O. O. F. meets 2nd and 4th Fri
days. Clarence Karnes, C. P.;
Clifford Hayden, scribe.
• Junior Odd Fellows meet 2nd
and 4th Mondays. "Corky" Ja
queth, Chief Ruler; "Ed" Ed
strom, Recorder: Pete Vander
wood, Ad. Officer.
m. Chas.
C. Earle,
* Libby Ski Club, Miss Inez Rate
kin, pres., Mrs. Max Sturm, sec'y
treas. Meeting when called.
Cedar Creek
Five Miles West of
Libby
DANCING
Every Saturday Night
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Hunting Licenses Now on Sale
Groceries and
Frozen Food Lockers
Open Evenings
and Sundays
PHONE
133-W
4
Leo Kyser
and
Associates
General
Contractors
Concrete and Wood
Construction
Sidewalks a Specialty
PHONE 154-J or 221-W-l
Libby, Montana
For Fine Food . .
It's Always
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Sandwiches
Liquid Refreshments
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