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In order to halt careless flying the state aeronautics commission has passed two now regulations effec tive immediately and violations will be punishable under state lAw mak ing all such violations misdemean ors. One regulation provides that air craft, except when taking off or landing, must be flown over land or water anywhere in Montana at an altitude of 500 feet or more from , any obstacle, except in cases speci fically authorized by the commis sion. such as crop dusting, game salting and other necessary low level flying. The other regulation prohibits operation of aircraft in a careless or reckless manner as to endanger property or life of others. CONCRETE POURED Four thousand cubic yards'of con crete have been poured at the inlet portal of the 1,180-foot-long 36-foot diameter diversion tunnel at the Hungry Horse dam. In order to build this $100,000,000 dam. the world's largest concerete dam, world's fourth-largest concrete dam, 3.500,000 cubic yards of sand and gravel and 2,500,000 barrells of ce ment will be required. Large scale pouring of concrete will not start until next September. _ DELEGATES DEPART Thirty-three Mqntana delegates to the national convention of the Future Farmers of America in Kan sas City Nov. 14-17 left Nov. 12 by chartered Canyon Transportant com pany bus. The trip will conclude in Helena November 21 The Montana delegation is headed by James Leighty of Kalispell. state president, Dan Mizner of Deer Lodge vocational agriculture in structor. and Mrs. Mizner. regis tered nurse. j f I MEET SET The 54th annual convention the Northwest Mining association will be held at the Davenport hotel in Spokane Dec. 3 and 4. Secretary Carl Trauerman. Butte, of the Mon tana Mining association has advised organization members to make creations now . o res I Saving Fat? Are you saving your used fat? Industry needs fats and oils to day as much as they did during the war. Salvage that teaspoon ful of grease in the bottom of the frying pan. \bu netter guess wrong on the weather in a CTOKV1T r % > iV -■ V v: ' ■fp V . > CRESTKI THE TOPCOAT WITH "COMPORT CONTROL"* Identified by (lie lamou-. weather dial. The coal (hat woiks full time. With "Comfort Control,"* it's light when it's cool, warm when it's cold...wind resistant, wrinkle-resistant, too. Jh* perfect year-round coat. In luxuriom exclusive Cheviot weaves. $4250 • u. 5. poi. on. & up AS SEEN IN TIME Miller's Clothing Store Always Pint In Fashions" ■ A Bit of Earth <3 By LILLIAN AUSTIN McCIi Nfwsp.iper Syndicate. WNL Features. T ILY BELL waited while Mr. Davis checked the books. Then he counted out a fat roll of bills and placed them before her, watch ing as she wrapped the bundle fully in a clean "Aren't you going to count it?" asked. "No. sir. care handkerchief. v _„ • ... , . . > U 1S , credlt us I° c 3 * LdI , and trus us to stay till the cr fP s made " But you don't realize how much you have there." "Yes, sir, I knows It's a heap of money, but we's got ten chillun and eight in-laws and twicet as manv grandbabies and some of 'em need if 'fore nex' year." "Why should you give it to them?" Mr. Davis asked. "They didn't help make the crop. They're grown men and women, and if they can't make a living for themselves, what'll they jo when you and Sam need help? How would you and Sam like to your own home?" "You mean us could have a shack afld a bit of ground that really be long to us?" You ve been here a year now tärlT T Same 1 d0 °thcrs we want to t P aC6, We l1 sel1 you me land and you can make annual payments with your surplus and each season your share of the crop will increase according to the amount paid up." "I ain't onderMan'all them words, Mr. Davis, but if it gonna got us somethin' for our old days, us is do it. But I's sho' in for some ar gu-fyin'." "Of course we can't make a deal unless Sam is willine " "'Tain'tSam gonna give me trou ble. He be proud as a banty rooster, I does us own ary foot of earth." Lily Bell planned as she walked No more moving for them; she and Sam were landowners! She thought of her pretty white curtains own home. she could use now when they fixed that broken window, and the best bedspread and that old linoleum rug Mrs. Davis had given her. It could be fitted to the kitchen floor and left there till it wore out. There'd be flower beds and red roses blooming most of the year and a winter garden of hardy vegetables they wouldn't have to leave for the next tenant., When Sam came up from the barn she turned to watch his face. ''How'd you like to own this place.'" she asked. "Us can buy on time," she went on. "And Mr. Davia is gonna stop by in the mornin' for us to sign the papers, does you want it.'" Sam got out the new glass Mr. Davis had sent weeks ago for the window. "Cain't you take time to eat you' supper," she grumbled, se cretly pleased at Sam's impatience. ( 'Here come Sally," she told him. "I guess she done hear us is settle up and she want to know how long her man can look for a job this win ter 'fore he fln' one to suit." She laid plates for Sally and her tittle ones, she urged, "Go on, set up, gal," and quit you studyin' Somethin' don't 'cern you. get the money and spend it a'ready." Sally didn't believe it. "Mama, you ain't buy nothin' but a cotton dress for you'se'f and a box of 'bac cy for Papa." "Us is buy prop ty," Lily Bell in formed her importantly. "We own« this house and every stick and stone of tlie land we's been croppin'." "How you gonna pay it off?" Sally «skod. "Papa's a old man a'ready." "Ain't it the truf," Lily Bell ■greed. "He too old to s'port his loung uns and from now on us is look out for ourse'fs. Mr. Davis is got the money and tomorrow Us is us is tign up." "You give up Papa's hard-earned money and you ain't got a writin' or nothin' to show for it?" Sally asked scathingly. » Now, Sally, Davis' word is good 'null for anybody, ar-.d—" Tain t for me," Sally interrupt ed angrily. "I's gonna tell Bill and Annie and and—" us go see Mr. Davis, Sam jerked his chair back and stood up. "Get out!" he told tha girl, "till you is 'member you' Hers and talk 'spectful to you' Ma ma. And the hull lot of you keep out of our business, and if you ain't like what us do, stay out of our housa till you is like it!" Sally was gone and the supper un touched and Lily Bell sat stunned by Sam's sudden show of temper. "Eat you' supper, honey, and don't wor ry," Sam coaxed. "Them chilli« ain't turn 'gin us jes' cause they cain't boss us." He grinned at her. "I weren't mad at Sally. I's jes' scared they's gonna git that money 'fore us sign the paper." "They cain't git it offen Mr. Da vis," Lily Bell said, " 'cause he ain't got it. But I ain't tellin' the chillun that. 'Tain't good business to hand it over till the deal's made." "Doggone, I didn't know that! Sam exclaimed, looking at her with new respect. Lily Bell smiled happily. Why should she admit she hadn't known U either until *»r, Davis told her? man ■ In threading any sewing machine the thread goes from the spool to the tension, from the tension to the take-up and from the take-up to the needle. Insert the thread in the needle from the long-groove side to the short-groove side. CLASSIFIED FOR SALE For Sale;—Six room modern house with acre and quarter of land. Half acre of raspberries, blackberrlbs, apple trees, pear trees, peach trees' plum trees. New garage, wood shed, and work shop. See Art Higgins Troy. 25-3x For Sale:—1937 1 la-ton Chev. truck. Tires 85%. Motor just overhauled. Large stock rack. Harry E. Davis, Star. Rt. Libby, 25 miles south Highway No. 2. on 25-tf For Sale:—One 1938 2-ton White truck, good tires, motor and trans mission just overhauled.. One 1936 i Chev. 4-door sedan. One 10-ft. Dump Box and Hoist like new, a $1000.00 value for only $500.00. One 1946 Chev. D-a-ton Truck wth dump box ancl hoist. One 1947 Chev. IVz tmck w 'fh dump box and hoist, ?° th wf t T h " e *>ucks are in A-l con 'S' Lbby Motors - Phone 78. Llbb '' xr o z :-" Ga'rage'with'"living "quarters" All new machinery. Located on Oiled Highway 37. at Rexford. Must sell because of ill health. Write or see Sam Mocko, Box 765, Rexford 26-3c P° r Sale:—Fire-proof business build inf on Mineral Ave. Also a small business with good income. Busi ness * ots on Mineral Ave. —E. A L^^TroJtw' J ° hn F ®° Wea 9 g() 095 1c For Sale:— Delco 850 watt. 32 volt generator plant. Will operate on either gasoline or fuel oil. Henrv Hammer. 27-3x For Sale:—Six room modern house in Eureka, three lots, garage, wood shed. One block from high school, three blocks from grade school.— $4.000, part on terms. Chev. Coach, $50.00. nette Smith, Eureka. Also 1932 Mrs. Bur 26-2x For Sale:—Thanksgiving Novelties (The Cone Turkey) large size $1.25 dozen: small size $1.00 dozen.— See Mrs. Timothy Miller. 26-2c Office Phone Residence phone 66 M. 1c For Sale:—R. O, 7 Caterpillar with Hydraulic angle dozer. 1948 two ton^ Chevrolet with two speed axle, 12-ply tires, flat bed and Cab guard. One team and harness, wt 3400, work single, ideal for poles. Mark Hall, Box 811 Libbv. Phone 15F11 27-2x For Sale.—Skid-Rid-Recaps. want to go in mud If you . , or snow, get Skid-Rid-Recaps at Tinkers. Knobby tires and chains. 27-tf For Sale:—One end table, One standing Nick-Nack corner shelf. One Duncan style coffee table, all in very good condition, reasonable. Prices Phone 228M, Nells Apt. 3. le DOME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY November 19-20 Driftwood // // -with Walter Brennan and Natalie Wood A human, heartwarming story! STOOGES - ''Brideless Groom" CARTOON Untrained Seal SUNDAY AND MONDAY November 21-22 Isn't It Romantic n // -starring Veronica Lake and Billy De Wolfe Days when Nickleodeons and bicycles were the rage! AMERICA "Funny Business" NEWS TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY November 23-24 Dick Powell - Signe Hasso n To The Ends of The Earth // Based on the hitherto secret files of the U. S. Treasury and its Bureau of Narcotics, Customs and Coast Guard! Cartoon - "Animal Cracker Circus" Thursday - Friday - Saturday November 25-26-27 JJ] /: r &r%vâoopt:/i 'BlULtTTEf/OD/jm) •* r HNC 0 N 8 UIRID CUor fy TUciihicoIjOR^ ! rr.-i.xrd and Orrnrd by C«-d M IkMdic VomatpJMSm JktftßKworr escutyJMW KvpBam Due to length of feature—first show start at 6:30 during run of "Unconquered." For Sale;—A large circulating wood heater. 816 Montana Ave. 58-J. Phone 22-tf For Sale.—One large size bath tub. Inquire Henry Hammer on the old E. A. Rice place, Libby Creek. 27-3x For Sale;—New unused faucets for bathtub and lavatory. Other odds and ends. Inquire E. A. Rice. lx For Sale:—" burner, like new. Cheap. Evey .Eureka, White enameled trash James 1c For Sale:—Two good used Oil Heaters, jmly $25.00 each. Northern 27-2c Motors. Eureka, Wanted:—Horses, feed this winter. M ° nt For Sale.—Semi-folding wheel chair! like new, $25.00. Box 277, Trov 27-3.x For Sale;—1930 Model A Ford, five good tires, new battery. Phone 2087 or see at 614 Dakota Ave. lx LOST Lost:—Two white, two red. and one roan long yearling Shorthorn cattle —Branded F M on left hip. right split ear. Notify Fred R. Marvel, Rexford. Reward. 26-3c FOUND Found:—Small black purse, con taining glasses. Owner mav have same by paying for this ad. 1c FOR RENT For Rent;—Pasture for horses. See Frank Luxa Sr., Libby. Lx For Rent:—House in Troy, box 188, care of this paper. Write lx WANTED Wanted:—Good outfit Reloading tools for standard calibre 44-40, suitable for Colt. Marlin. Winchest er, etc. Would also buy the same caliber black powder ammunition or empty hulls. See Western News. 26-2c Heavy team for Call F. G. Sund, 25-3x WANTED TO RENT Wanted To Rent: ispell Highway, more. Mrs. Whitmarsh. House on Kal- ! two bedrooms or 1 27-3 x Foods Your Family Will Enjoy I Make Your Purchases EARLY to Insu A Family Dinner Long to be Remembered re Cocktail Sauce I9c CHB 12-oz. Bottle Sperry Pancake 4-lb. Pkg. Del Monte—Pickled 12-oz. Jar Flour 52c Chili Peppers _j Log Cabin Beef Stew. 69c Maple Syrup 25c 4 • • • • • • • • Nalleys 30-oz. Can 12-oz. Bottle 29c • • • • Salad Dressing 39c Miracle Whip Qt. Jar 72c - Pint Jar Mounds or Almond Joy - Reg. 10c Candy Bars Woodbury Toilet Soap Deal 3 For Pitted Sairs 1-lb. Pkg. 25c Dates 55c • • • • 4 Regular Bars Velveeta 2-lb. Carton 34c Cheese... 99c No. 1 Netted Gem 25-lb. Sack Pure l. 39 1 Apple Cider. 43c Potatoes • • • • APPLES Red Delicious 5 lbs. 39c—Box $3 35 Empress Pound _ _ Yellow Danver Red Grapes .. 13c Dry Onions 2 Pounds 9c • • • FREE DELIVERY DAILY Specials Friday Nov. 19 B U RG A NS Wanted to Rent:—A house furnish ed or unfurnished. Three _ roooms or more. George Botchek, call 89-W, Libby. 23-tf MISCELLANEOUS .-__-- for long and short distance haul mg, see Lee Childs, Libby. 26-3c GIFTS! GIFTS! Some Now In Stock SHOP NOW... And Avoid Disappointment PARFLOW ELECTRIC CO. i : I 1 NEXT TO POSTOFFICE PHONE 182 ni YOU WANT IT? WE HAVE IT 120 ACRES—ON HIGHWAY, SCHOOL BUS. 20 ACRES UNDER ditch with first water right. Some merchantable timber, ample outside range; 4-bedroom modern home, full cement basement and oil furnace heat, automatic water system, home furnished to piano, gas stove, refrigerator and gas hot water heater. Plenty of outbuildings, some farm equipment and 25 tons of baled hay included in price of $12,000.00, DANDY 5-ACRE TRACT. 1* 2 MILES FROM LIBBY cleared and all tillable, electricity available, an ideal place to build—$1,000.00. THREE 25-FT. LOTS IN EAST LIBBY—CORNER LOCATION, two blocks from mill, handle. even ALL Priced at $600.00.—$200.00 down will YOU LIST IT WE LL SELL IT MAURER REALTY Office Phone 93 Residence Phone 086-J Thursday, November 18, 1948 OFFICE DESKS Typist or Executive Style For Sale or Rent—See Mr. Bricker at Libby Hotel Certainly Russia has free speech —you can talk your head off!— Florida Republican.