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There Will Be A Hot Time
P. T. A. DANCE A! Moose Hall - Libby Saturday, Nov. 20 BRING SANDWICHES The Rondoliers are Playing STARTS 9:00 P. M. $1.00 PER COUPLE News Notes From Co. Agent's Office Monday and Tuesdav Dr. I. A. Phinney, Deputy State Veterinarian, tested 35 milk cows and 14 range cows in the Yaak area to determine whether here was any Tuberculosis or Bangs Disease. Both of these diseases can be transmitted to people through drinking of milk from infected cows. Bangs disease. when transmitted to humans, is known as Undulent Fever. By having the herd tested per iodically and bj| making sure that all' herd replacements are tested and free from disease, the owner can be sure the milk from his cows is safe for human consumption, Such a system will also save the farmer money. Cows with Bangs disease will lose calves and there, will be trouble with sterility and irregular breeding in the herd. In the early stages of Tuberculosis cows show no outward signs of the disease. In advanced stages the hairs become dry and harsh and in general the animal show's a run down appearance. Testing Cows For T. B. And Bangs Disease Managing Laying Flocks Managing laying flocks to main tain high production is always a profitable practice and especially so during the winter months when egg prices arc normally higher. That good feeding and manage ment practices pay off, is shown by an analysis made recently by the agricultural economics department at Montana State College of the an nual records of 479 cooperators in the Extension Poultry Demonstra tion Farm Project, This study showed that flocks which laid more than 225 eggs per hen annually returned three times the labor income per hen of those flocks producing only 100 to 125 eggs per hen. This was especially true of those flocks in which pro duction was at a high level during the fall and winter months. The analysis also revealed that quality of feed has a direct bear ing on labor income from the flock. Flocks returning the highest income were those fed from 90 to 100 pounds of feed per hen annually. These birds, the study showed, re turned twice the labor income of hens fed less than 60 pounds of feed annually. A stud}' of the records further showed that flocks with high in come per hen consisted of from 70 to 90 percent pullets, and that farm flocks of from 200 to 400 birds were more profitable than smaller flocks. Additional details on tiiis analysis of poultry demonstration farm re- j cords will be found in the bulletin | entitled "Guides to Poultry Profits j in Montana" published by the Mon tana Agricultural Experiment sta- 1 » * A I , n j I : # ■i Am Ai ' îl ( THANKSGIVING PASTRIES • Don't forget to order your Thanksgiving baking early. Just let the Libby Bakery know what pastries you wish, and you will have the best with none of the baking to do yourself. PLACE YOUR ORDER EARLY FOR Parkerhouse, Butterflake and other Dinner Rolls THE LIBBY BAKERY I tion and copies mav be obtained I at the County Extension Office. I Many New Projects Fran Russian Woo ! Chemistry A cubic meter of wood processed in the wood chemical plants of the } Soviet Union yields besides chat ; coal, some 40 kilograms of chenu I cal products, according to a recent I statement by the chief of the ccn j tral administration j chemical industry. This stated rate 0 f utilization is reported to bel highcr than . that of anv other conn . _ , . ,, .. „ . tr >' r ^uU.ng logically from exten sue an< ^ applied re " earch - The wood tar residue after | distillation, which is said to he re | garded as a waste product in some j countries, has become a basic in gradient for manufacturing many j chemical products in the Soviet «Union, \ Dry distillation of wood and the manufacture of resin and turpe "nr n - . f .. . . are nf s - .i, extensive dove op. T 16 "* , m the next five years. New factories to be built for the produc tion of resin and turpentine will process stumps that have remained in the soil after the trees wore cu' down. of the wood 1 Special Sale on .. TIRES ALL SIZES Mud and Snow Grip Highway Treads SIZES FROM 4:75 x 19 to 8:20 x 15 PRICED TO SELL Slightly Above Wholesale Clack's Station L. J. BROWN. Prop. FREEZIN' REASON ) ^ SLOWJP A LITTLE' M FIRST/A ONE WOULD BE v NICER r' w WANNA SEE WE COME TO A DEAD STOP? V-: « Æg» U I I W'&Hm * 1 1 ruf r < Uii H NATIONAL UflfT Tok« your tim« in winter lime, become Ice it ju«t plain slippery. And that't dan geroui when you are driving too fait. So reduce your speed to conform to the con dition of the road. Expect the unexpected. Keep your mind on the road ahead, so you'll be ready for that emergency around the next corner. You can't stop on on icy dime. OLEO LAW DECLARED UNCONSTITUTIONAL 1 Tax provisions of Montana's 13- ! year-old oleomargarine are uncon aceurding to the state supreme ; in a four to one de stilutional. ion Chief Justice Hu ingthe r license wholesale and S t id inn 1 .: i Adair, writ . « • lion L $1,000 a year for f.. EXTRA PANTS WITH YOUR SUIT dauLl&i" iti lljje and ntaÄeA. you*, nt&my <fO- fjitnilte/i WE TAILOR TO MEASURE IN ANY STYLE AND CLOTH YOU CHOOSE DON'S Men's Store 1 ST. 1*04 Mil made in u.*a. i\ 9Æ ■ v 0*: >1 is I , J-F fj /Ä vJlNvISl <r p / ■V / : £ ,v Santa Claus has come to town and left a full selec tion of beautiful gifts for all ages. < * * tj m u M 4 t V R V % >k- v 't 2 - VISIT OUR STORE NOW AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION WHILE OUR STOCKS ARE STILL COMPLETE jh AS Q in & v 7 : rfV 7 a ^ Compare Our Prices BUY NOWON OUR Lay-A-Way Plan <£> J* r i '7/11V .... jccïf* New Assortment NEW SHIPMENT JAQUETH'S INC. -OF Fl ESTA LAMP SHADES Dinnerware Libby, Montana Established 1916 m r -1 .ri ^ ItaiE Qs#is What is a derail? a device to j and other at a selected ■ Old collisions or other i s Derails are used principally 1 ■ pur tr.icks or sidings to prevent ) : - from fouling main line track. ! it derailer is cars, locomotives stock .off the rails ion to dera i i dealers 'in- t tn a réarme wert' prohibit the sale of olt I ti arme by the ordinary mil! run liant in Montana." No one is born with tuberculosis. I People catch it from other people. I Quaker Oil Heaters are very ECONOMICAL All sizes available. BOWKER DIST. sue mw Everything Must Go! Still Plenty of Good Buys in NEW and USED FURNITURE BUY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS USE OUR LAY-A-WAY OR BUY ON TERMS Kennedy Furniture Mart Libby, Montana 418 Mineral Avenue The Western News is Read by Everyone in Lincoln County IT WON T BE LONG I? a /'A W'J* NOW o . • • • 'til he and his house are on fire and how! First lie careful, prevent fire— But. to be protected against any emergency, be sure you're covered by insurance now. We write all types of Fire - Auto - Life policies. INSURANCE FOR EVERYTHING TED KESSEL Phone 196-W Libby, Montana 509 Mineral Ave.