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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 For Sale:—One folding day bed with mattress; one 8" burner oil stove, -slightly used.—E, Zingleman, 1213 Dakota. Libby. tf ms o Friday and Saturday October 8-9 The Return of Rin Tin Tin n // (In Natural Color) -with Rin Tin Tin III - Bobby Blake The Story of a Dog's Devotion! NOVELTOON Flip Flap Sunday and Monday October 10-11 Mickey Rooney and Gloria DeHaven -m Summer Holiday (Technicolor) A lively comedy of the early 90's SPORT - - "Football Thrills" CARTOON - "Make Mine Freedom FOX NEWS Tuesday - Wednes. - Thurs, October 12-13-14 A Foreign Affair -starring Jean Arthur - John Lund Marlene Dietrich One of the year's most hilarious adventures! Pre-Hysterical Man" // // I // // POPEYE Preferred Clothes ÆmÊmk. ^ 13 I 1 v .y ! Q VjWfJl/ BY MONTBOSE ONE OF AMERICA'S FINEST WORSTED M1US (Quality, tailoring and fashion are combined in SILVERTEX PREFERRED CLOTHES. Tailored of Royal Spruce Cloth, made by one of Amer ica's finest worsted mills, every SILVERTEX garment meets the requirements of well dressed men from coast to coast. $55 00 • & up Miller's Clothing Store Always First in Fashions" ■■ For Sale:—Five room modern house, furnished, with new roofing, good foundation. 1 hj acres land, good garden spot, thirteen young trees, berries, _ house and storage space. Art Barker, Troy. 20-2x I fruit grapes, large^ ware For Sale:—Two Heifer Calves and one nine months old Bull. Bitterman, Box 335, Libby. Rav 2U-2x V' & 1 i>'' Copper tubing & fittings for o. stove installation. The May 1,114 S|l) l' llione -■■■.. I.ibly -D-.k' 13-tfjl V nr c,,i,.. u n 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 Koehler Plant, fullv : For Sale: automatic, 1500 W. A. C. Includes : 50 gal. tank and new batteries.— j or write Charles I Phonc 55-F-12, Budina. Troy. For Sale:—Wealthy Apples, wheat, barley, straw, spuds. Wm. R. Smith, 18-4x Eureka, Mont. For Sale;—1929 Model A Roadster. Good Condition, 6:00 x 16 tires. Earl Zingleman, Western News. For Sale:—New V. A. C. Case Trac tor with mounted plows; new ham mer mill. Halstead Remp. lx For Sale:—Good round oak heater in frist class condition, cheap if taken at once. Inquire Mrs. Jas. 21-tf Shaw, Stryker. For Sale:—One Heatrola, One Ced ar Churn. C. B. Chism, Rexford. 21-2x FOR SALE:—A lovely home, two story, eight rooms. Plastered, large living and dining rooms with fire place. Bedroom, kitchen with built Second floor, three bedrooms, with large clothes closets, bath. Maple floors throughout. All heated with hot water system. Full cement basement with sleeping quarters. Automatic oil furnace, city sewage, corner property, 125 foot frontage, 200 feet of concrete sidewalks. Two-car garage, large lawn, fruit, evergreens and shrubs. will be a pleasure to show you this property and quote prices and terms.—E. A. STROUT REALTY, John F. Bowen. Associate, Phone 260. Box 295, Residence Phone 66 ms. rooms M. lc For Sale;—1938 Plymouth Sedan, $700.00. Body and Paint excellent. Tires like new. See at Evergreen Motel or Phone 255. lx For Sale:—Potato Digger, $100.00; 52-inch Circular Cut-off Saw, Mand rel and Boxing, $175.00. See Les lie S. Hurd at Hurd's Ranch, 5V6 miles south of Troy on the Lake Creek Road. 21-2x For Sale:—1943 6-cylinder 4x4 Ford Truck. Five ton winch transfer flat bed. Inquire Leonard Mossey, Troy. Can be seen at Johnson Mot ors, Libby. lx For Sale:—Two trucks or will trade. Can use chain saw or stock H4-ton Inter. 1% ton Chev. grain tank and stock racks. Jim Baker, Libby. lx For Sale;—Good as new used oil heater. See Partlow Electric, lc For Sale:— G. E. Radios at reduced prices at Partlow Electric. lc For Sale;—One Guernsey cow, fresh in February. One Heifer, fresh in March. Mrs. Agnes Pondelick. lx For Sale;—New 1948 Kaiser at a discount. Tinker Motors. lc Put a new Floor Mat in your car. All sizes in stock at Standard Mot ors. lc FOR RENT For Rent; Two-room furnished v ■ *... WHO SAID I 'laoW 7 ... I'm sick and fired of hear ing this stuff about another war comingl I just finished fighting in one war, and I don't want to go back to more hell and torment like that. **. . . seems to me the people who spend their time talking up another war would do a lot more good if they d start talking down the whole crazy idea of wars between nations. . if only for the sake of the little kids I know, I say NO MORE WARS! That's why I'm trying to do something about it before another one starts. That's why I joined the V. F. W." tf* IN AMERICA ONE OF THE GREAT m 'JonceA' HARPER-ERDMAN POST NO. 1548 LIBBY. MONTANA ViTEftANS OF FOREIGN WARS OF THE UNITED STATES I cabin. Charles Haschke. Call 43J2, ' on ski jump road. 21-tf - I Phone 74-J. High Speed Floor Sander & Edger. j no hand sanding, no dust. Gambles.' tf _-_j Found;—Wallet, name R. L. stcv-1 same by lc FOUND ■ 1 ens - Owner may have I paying for this ad. j ' u'AVTPn nrv-r-first :_ WANTED TO RENT Couple would like to rent a house No children, will Call 152-R lx _i am the Lincoln and Sanders Coun-1 ty ! s represen ta tivc for the Baron n^apnVecilite 10 vour^mdlr Bla ph ttS l g.R P F M Cummines I ihhl* tummmgs, Libb> ___ "* x xinrc . TIMI/CD'C I llvllj Ql I IlNlxtK J apartment, take excellent care. ? v MISCELLANEOUS 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20 & 21 inch All sizes & plies. ... Baby chicks, $18 per 100, $2 per, 10Ü deposit, U. S. A PP r oved andj Pullorum Controlled. B. B. Bronze turkey poults. Bitney's Poultry. I Kalispell, Mont. OFFICE DESKS Typist or Executive Style For Sale or Rent—See Mr. Bricker at Libby Hotel Are You Happy? HAT makes you so happy?" someone asked a child who was singing and skippint) happily along. "Does something have to mal.e you happy?" the little one asked wonderingly. The child's question touches a great truth. Outward circumstances and conditions, however felicitous, do not happify. It is the inner con sciousness and acknowledgment of the presence and power of God that bring joy, peace of mind, and satis faction such as the world fails to w gl vc. It is natural to be happy and un natural I« be unhappy. Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, says in her book "Miscellaneous Writings" (p. 3», "If we regard evil, and spiritual understanding — the true knowledge of God — as im parting the only power to heal the sick and the sinner, „we shall demon strate in our lives the power of Truth and Love." The understanding that God is in finite Life, Truth, Love, divine Prin ciple. and that man is spiritual, the likeness or reflection of God, imparts a peace which is inseparable from true happiness, a freedom which holds no memory or consciousness of bondage, and a joy which is not at the mercy of circumstance. Mor tals commonly accept the belief that happiness depends upon material conditions, upon circumstances or added things. But this is not true. Happiness comes of the conscious ness of man's unity with God, divine Love. Christ Jesus made plain the road to happiness when he said (Matthew 6:33», "Seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you." Seeking the kingdom of God through the expression of Godlike qualities in daily experience brings happiness; and the inevitable results of seeking God first are the added A temperature difference of but one degree between the walls of a room and the warmer air In the room will cause dust and dirt tc settle on the walls. Nail heads and lath, presenting cold surfaces, at tränt Hirt rpaHilv ' i Early Use of Plywood r "tt •. of P, y wood In the United States the piano in ; dustry was the first to use plywood as we now know it. Starting about 1830 thin-sawn maple was cross j laminated into pin planks. Tuning P ins forced into holes in this pin plank were gripped tightly by the j constant contact against the ends of the wood fiber on all sides. __ Th e known United States patent is 3ued in this field ig dated ?865 The first reissue in 1868 used the term | 'scale" or "scaleboard" to refer to I reneer. During the next quarter of 3 century, the cross-laminated aeer assembly industry appears to - ave been particularly active in the Michigan- Wisconsin - Indiana area | : vlth sewing machine cabinets, per Î orat f d seatlngl °. rga ? s - desk tops, , furniture, doors, sleighs, and barrel top trunks as popular construction ,ems - ve Discover Mayan Altars The two carved limestone altars discovered by the Carnegie expedi tion in the newly found Mexican j Mayan site are of great archeologi ca i y irnp0 rtance. One is a medalhon j altar ornament by a row of glyphs I which have not yet been deci phered. The other is adjudged of the best examples of Mayan sculpture so far discovered. Its lines are at least as good as the best found in Palenque, which is commonly regarded as the finest example of Mayan sculpture. The expedition was undertaken with the approval of the Mexican govern ment by the Carnegie Institute of Washington. It was sponsored by the United Fruit company. one î n n n r. n. n n n n Rail Quiz How many locomotives do the nation's railways have? 1 Class I railroads in the United States had 43,300 locomotives m serv ice at the beginning of 1945. This com pares with 42,731 a year earlier and 41,721 in 1940. i il ; 13* m î. iT \** Hftlä . i 11*: fW omC „ m CAS! AND SAVE VOW (HfiUIl Buy st 6 month's supply and save at these low quantity prices. You when you buy a dozen or a case at BURGAN'S fall canned food sale. Check with your BURGAN manager. He will help you with your order. 2 cans 6 cans 24 cans save more APRICOTS, Triple "D GRAPEFRUIT, Bordo . PEACHES, Yes Madam PEARS, Home Range . n .29 oz. .20 oz. .No. IVi .No. zy 2 CHERRIES, Cherie Pie Pak . . . .20 oz. 52c 1.53 5.94 31c .90 3.59 89c 2.65 10.29 85c 2.52 9.87 61c 1.79 6.98 CORN-ON-THE-COB WITHOUT THE COB NIBLETS CORN 2 cans 39c - 6 cans 1.15- case of 24 cans 4.47 2 cans 6 cans 24 cans CORN, Kreem Kernel . . GREEN BEANS, Oregon Finest. .20 oz. PEAS, Green Giant ... TOMATOES, Pierces . . . . . .20 oz. 31c .90 3.55 45c 1.33 5.20 . . .17 oz. 41c 1.21 4.70 .. .29 oz. 47c 1.39 5.40 3 cans 6 cans 24 cans PEAS, Pioneer.... 33c . . .20 oz. .65 2.55 ROLY POLY EXTRA STANDARD TENDER CUT GREEN BEANS 17 oz. - 2 cons 33c - 6 cons 96c - case of 24 3.80 PORK ond BEANS ORANGE JUICE CATSUP VELVEETA COFFEE CAKE FLOUR CHOCOLATE CHIPS VAN CAMPS 21 oz. can GOLDEN HARVEST SWEETENED 46 oz. can . PIERCES 14 oz. bottle . KRAFT CHEESE FOOD 2 POUND BOX .:. MAXWELL HOUSE 1 POUND CAN . SWANSDOWN LARGE PACKAGE . BAKERS SEMI-SWEET PACKAGE . 2 for 35c 2 for 57c 2 for 39c 1.13 55c 39c 23c Specials Friday Oct. 8 BURG ANS 1 CITY COUNCIL DISCUSSES I ONE-HOUR PARKING I The regular meeting of the Libby I Council was held Tuesday evening. A petition was presented request ing the one hour parking regulation to be revoked. The matter was dis cussed and it was decided to with hold action on the matter for 30 days. According to reports from the meeting, the intent of the régula tion was to prevent business people i from parking all day along the streets affected by the regulation and preventing the public from parking on the main business streets. BECIN work iiv VFW* stavr , (U.R)—The first shovel full of dirt L wa . s moved and construction begun I ,^ vee ^ on the new state office ; ouildmg east of the capitol, The nearly-million-dollar edifice iis scheduled to be completed some time next year. ^ READ THE WESTERN NEWS ^ YOU WANT IT? WE HAVE IT A-l RANCH, 120 ACRES, 1ST WATER RIGHTS, 30 ACRES meadow, some timber and wood, outside range available, ditches, dams all in. Fine rpodern home, good barns, corrals, fences, on highway. This ranch a producer.—SEE US. 133 ACRES ON HIGHWAY—64 acres meadow under ditch, 40 acres timber, good creek through property. DO YOU WISH TO SELL YOUR HOME? WE HAVE MANY inquiries. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO GO IN BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF - come in and talk it over, we have several going businesses for sale. YOU LIST IT WE LL SELL IT MAURER REALTY Office Phone 93 Residence Phone 086-J SOIL CONSERVATION SUPERVISORS MEET Tobacco Valiev Soil Conservation District Supervisors met in Eureka last week to conduct their regular monthly meeting. Word has just been received that there is not money enough to finance the pub lic speaking contest concerning soil ■ on • i v ati »n that had b( en planned for this year. Last year an essay contest was conducted, Supervisor Horace Hudson re ported he had sprayed his cattle for fly control this summer with good results. Farm plans for Bud and Sam Leighty were approved. Work Unit Conservationist Lewis Fuller re ported that everyone who had used the District power sprayer for con trol of weeds was well satisfied. The following were present at the meeting: Supervisors Horace Hud son, Bert Roe, and Wilfred John son; Louis Moos, District Conser vationist; and Lewis Fuller. Work Unit Conservationist for the Soil Conservation Service; and County Agent, Frank Robinson..