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CERTIFICATE OF DOING
BUSINESS UNDER A FICTITIOUS
NAME
I. A. H. Uithof, .hereby certify 1
«g l MÄS*iS ^
."tom î v°'LTvÆc îüli'on
in the City of Libby. Lincoln
av, Montana, under the name and ;
Style > f Pat's Carter Service: that I
I am ; role owner of said busi- '
ness: ; t I reside at said Citv of
Libbv; that the aforesaid business
is locate,' in the City of Libby.
* 2181 da> - - D "
1st day of December.
1948. before mo.,J. F. Fcnnessy, Jr.,
a Notary Publicfo^ihe,State afore
said, personally appeared A. El.
Uithof, known to (Si personally <0
be the person whose name ,as Lsufa-,
scribed to the forofeomg instrument, ;
and acknowledged to me that he qr-;
'
IN W XTNLSS-.WHEREOF, .1.l$av,c j
hereunto set my and 'afïbted»
my notarial seal the day and year'11
first abovo (i written. - „
(SEAL) • I
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D;
1948.
A. H. UITHOF
STATE OF MONTANA, County
of Lincoln, ss.
On
llS
J. F. FENNESSY JR,
Notary Public for the State
Montana,
Montana.
pires Nov. 28. 1951.
(4t - Dec. 30
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Residuig ,at. Libby
M.v,*;c4n on* ;ioh' ,e:
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Jan. 0
Libby Professional
Directory
Dr. A. IM. Brockway
DENTIST
OFFICE - POWER BLDG,
Fourth St.' - Phone 275
of
J. F. Fennessy, Jr.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
f irst State Bank Bldg.
PHONE 219
GOMPF FUNERAL HOMES
Troy
Libbv
Eureka
Phone 49
AMBULANCE ; MONUMENTS
cil
he
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
FIRST STATE BANK BLDG.
Vople's Barber Shop
IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL
U
EVAN YAPLE. Prop.
Carrie LaMunyan
M. E. LaMunyàn Cassidy
R epresenting
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';»!#
Phone 52 - Masonic Bldg.
LIBBY, MONTANA
"An Abstract of Title Is a
Necessity''- ••
Agent for the best
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES
Stock Companies —
No A sses s m ents"
THE FORUM
(Continued from Page Six)
k "? W . wh ®, they are and
5Ä ÄS? 32TS
«*'..»•
L^by Dam. but that y '
' , l . ,.| rm à ( ? ain!> , 'A*? *
S d-hlv ro„Un. « 4 f iffi
i t ii ° . a V
. J p ■. f n , v . . 1 ( ' n ' s ,i!1 " , V,
|p o for and aS the d5 bd
èHff 8 ? ;h " >r
iLci P nW 0 non dmg bby D '
Penial leasons.
(a) .. üne onuWrisine man lakes
an unusual stand/' H C g S ays: "I do
n ,.. i,j,„ hm-lv-burlv "of -i hi
^ I don't wait anv Vitm
1 oliose Libby as my home because
j | ike it j usl a it LS , j t . n j ov f ro , .
dom and the warm ' companionship
of a small town. I don't want v,
be. • crowded off the highway bv
scores of speed ng cars every time
go for a drive. Neither cjo'l care
[to find ail - my f: -hing • holçs
recreation rf'po-ts populated
whenever 1 sc
enjoyment from what is now
ilful out of doors."
rnpathizes with
of its members
jfrom other small towns felt that;
and moved on. but were
caught up with again and again by
by time and ever its companion
change. Maybe this man will think
it over and change his mind.
The council thinks Libby will
stay just as it is unie
dpstries come here, and they won't
there is cheap
x crowds
a:
4
strange crow
litt!
a
t?ui' c
; Thi
that man.
cil
Cq:
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way
in
new
come hero unit
FORUM THREE . ..
power, and there won't be any cheap
;xn\\ r unless Libby Dam is built.
If that man should get what he
wants the mighty power and other
beneficial uses of the Kootenai river
S" „ft f u ; a tm d ' , a | d - , itS m Ä y !
stiengtii to kill, dislocate ana de
stray will be kept. !
Another Libby man says;
(b) "I will sell out my business j
T fri n ft„ r f u.J
actual beginning of construction. I :
have two small girls and I will not '
ment." thC in SUCh envir °"' i
pason given by this man j
[learl°v Slt ihm 'hn S* bby
- tb Vw ß °°;;
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS i
. . , — __
Estate of -lENHY GILBERTSON j
**£*?*■ ... I
Notice is hereby given by the |
undersigned, the .Administratrix of j
the estate of Henry Gilbertson de-.
ceased, to the creditors of, and all
person having claims against the I
said deceased ,to exhibit them, with
necessary vouchers within ten 1 t
months-after the first publication Iu
this.notice to the said Adminis
tratrix at the law office of Rogn- 1
lien and Murray, Suite 9 Noffsinger |
Bldg.. Kalispell, in the Countv of
Flathead, State of Montana, the
same being the place for the
just as soon
for his
shows
citizen, sincere,
family man.
his mind.
The Council will join in expres
sing its regret when he and his
family leave Libby. And the Coun
will rejoice with him too when
leaves because if he dues not
action of thé business of said es
tate.
ANNIE M. GILBERTSON
Adminstratrix of the Estate
of said Deceased.
Dated at Libby, Montana, this 8th
day of November, 1948.
ROGNLIEN and MURRAY
Attorney for Administratrix.
Dec. 30
*1
(4t
Jan. 6-13-20)
PUBLICATION OF NOTICE
OF
FOREST EXCHANGE LAND
FOR LAND
a Great Falls 087465
Notice is hereby given that on
January 2, 1948, Oscar Fortin of
Stryker, Montana, filed application
Great Falls 087465. offering to the
United States the NH-SE'.» sec, 3,
T 33 N„ R. 26 W., P. M.. Montana,
80 acres, adjacent to the Kootenai
National Forest, Montana, and sel
ects in exchange therefore the W 1 !»
SWV 4 SE! ,NW' 4 .
SE Va N W Vi, SHSW' iNWLSE^NW
1 », sec. 17. T. 34 N., R. 25 W., P. M.,
Montana, 7.50 acres, within the same
forest, pursuant to the act of March
20, 1922 (42 Stat. 465), as amended
by the acts of February 28, 1925 (43
Stat. 1090, 16 U. S. C. sec. 485,486)
and January 30, 15)29 (45 Stat. 1145).
The purpose of this notice is to
allow any person or persons having
bona fide objections to the proposed
exchange an opportunity to file
their objections in this office to
gether with evidence that a copy
thereof has been served on the ap
plicant within thirty days from the
date of the first publication.
THOS. F. CORBALLY,
Manager.
January 6-13-20-27)
WLSEL.SW'i
(4t
Helphrey Motor Freight
Spokane, Sandpoint, Bonners Ferry, Troy, Libby and
Intermediate Points
Gives over night service between the above points.
PROMPT and EFFICIENT Service given at all times.
Libby Phone 33
sell out his business until
after
dual beginning of construis
'lion" lie will leave Libby with tw
times as much money
cost him when he camel
the
'
'
. « • Some objector, say .hoy
•. rh-n-ive "of the scurvy
'■ th e riffraff that always foi
; • > '' er >' large construction nroi
'• The coming of the usual
v, of tin-horn gamblers, the pr<
their camp-followers
underworld scum only fills the
■ Â.Œ«. *» is ,.n
^.oÄ. i0
i cast upon honest, well behaved.
jjiard working men doing a danger-1
I If 1 ' ob i® ctors , dld not
S" D i rt 'Ä ! SÄl
1 |)a ' ( " scurvy crowds
i : > they should now
j
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1
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I
h
1
four
!iusme
: ' >
arc
ami
the
say
v and publically.
id and
n the dam will bo
skilled for their spec!
• 'H', n requires a clear he:
' .1 h- hand.
Council knows that the un
; mentioned ''do fol
mo. lue* tom projects, and
or defense f
c*y are a tnenaïè to the
•VVC'Efiuv;
the
more
high!,
i !
olo!
T)
b':C
It, . - », • the Council thfii li!
- tv t- at Hungry Hoi
an : the ■ th > is used there to con
them should ho earnestly
mapped far ini
construction to enforce
Dai
! ■ died
p! ms
n.
varice (■:
- law.
It is n t
m that the best de
1 at' ck.. Cti • and Countv
e citizens should]
Stale, Liquor
t itself here
wild ns it did at Hungry
Hoir" Dam bv issuing an exccssi\
vor licenses for
■in! '
the
that
•' ' not r- p
' 1 'Iter than a cure,
-, r ,. - , ,
^ ,,V' 11 " / T 1 Z r ' •
i.''™ enforeement. It believes in
• t .,'. 1 . p _ j, '''q-t J T, 1 f .,
■ icakeis nurd, liie others of tne
".'V? V U T*' bc / !n J. 0 UtK,f r^ t: J n '
; : ± r< i . t ^ m: l: bo '
f-.-rcement of the laV'at the bogin
ÄS at,s u 1,1
courts and our law enforcement of
Heers know their duties, and two,
!! ' at they are going to be fait, and
tough if necessary in performing
It believes that quick-arrest
of law breakers, no favorites played,
quick trials, stiff sentences without
s'ascension of sentence, exeunt pcs
; bly for vagrants who will leave
the state, will determine that the
law R,jt the c >' ook is boss. Upon |
completion of the dam such persons
as arL , no t in jail or in the peniten
tinrv will quietly move away. This
has always bom true where other
big,projects have been constructed,
n-,, r . ... .,
Y- ' n , Ja T, ! s . bullt th .'
' ne; 'f ;< f_ a l ,sed by -. lts bu, ldmg will
v.°',T ,! if, surround *"S s
1 ^ 0 beautiful, rranv fine
0 ",! 08, anci . anial! j- v,dl be
U1 i l t u n ^ i > ,?5 Upicd by ,i fl /?P p !'°P? e -
^®» yone W1 . llke Llbb - V
Ju , ; a nm | n P „„ nt . T Tr , .
Jfu
wm;L C r U "r t> lbb \ .
Wllliam R ' Baeth ' President
and run
1 ;
use
incorporated downs ; -vi
to stop
it starts
Liquor
such
ici-nses as prevention
t our
in us. on ■
the
National Forest Timber For Sale
!
i Oral or written bids will be re
ceived by the Forest Supervisor, at
I the office of the Forest Supervisor,
! Kootenai National Forest, Libby,
Montana, at 2.00 p. m., February
14, 1949, for all live timber marked
or designated for cutting and all
merchantable dead timber standing
or down located on an area ombrac
ng about 350 acres within Section
32, T. 31 N., R, 30 W. and Sections
5 and 6. T. 30 N„ R. 30 W„ Ripley
area. Kootenai National Forest.
Montana, estimated to be 375 M feet
b. m. ponderosa pine. 62$ M feet
b. m. Douglas fir and 600 M feet
b. m. larch, more or loss. No bids
of less than $12.50 per M for pon
derosa pine, $.50 per M for larch
and Douglas fir will be considered.
In addition to payments for stump
age, purchaser will be required to
deposit into special funds in the
Treasury of the United States, SI.00
per M for total timber cut to cover
stand improvement costs and SI.25
per M for total timber cut to cover
cost of slash disposal. $3.000 must
bo deposited with each bid. to be
applied' on the purchase price, re
funded, or retained in part as liq
uidated damages, according to con
ditions of sale. A bond of not less
than SI,000. will be required. The
right to reject any and nil bids is
reserved. Before bids are submit
ted, full information of bids should
bo obtained from the Forest Ran
ger, Libby Ranger Station, or the
Forest Supervisor, Libby. Montana.
(21—Jan. 13 - Feb. 101
Thursday, January 13, 1949
* IHE LIBBY ACTIVITY DIRECTORY •
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CHAIN SAW
3-ft. Cut; Wt. 55-lbs.
1 & 2 Man Combination
Delivered Price
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FAR WEST
EQUIPMENT CO.
Phone 92 - Bonners Ferry, Ida.
Body & Fender
Repairs
Painting
Glass Installed
Mortons Body
Shop
10th & California Avenue
One Block So. of U. S. No. 2
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CHET SMITH. Prop.
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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
FOR
TUET OIL
185
Phone
PROMPT DELIVERIES
E. L KEMP

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FIRST STATE
BANK

Capital
and
Surplus
■■
$75,000.00
ALWAYS DEPENDABLE
Johnnie's
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 Product's
Service Organizations
* Libby Chamber of Commerce:
Paul Church, president; Dexter
Shaurette, secretary
* American Legion Auxiliary' No.
97 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'.
Woman's
Club
meets
* American Legion Post No. 97
meets 3rd Thursdays at VFW
Post Rooms. John H. Appeler ren
Post Commander, Elarold Wh
son.
Adj.
Libby
1 ■
Woman's Club
dav. Mrs. Violet
1rs. Dolly Èow
arm
♦j n o, ts 1st Wednc
Madison, pre
I en sec'y.
?
• .I * Libby Modern Art Club meets
, j 2nd Tuesdays at 8 p. m. at ' com*
I 1 unity mom. court house. Mrs.;'
I Lillian Morton, president, and
Viola Maurer, secretary.
* Kootenai Valley Grange meets
first Friday of month at the J. F.
Bowen homo.
A. C. Grambauer, 1
Worthy Master; Rose J. Robert
son. Sec'y.
"Regular meeting of Internation- j
al Hod Carriers, Building and :
Common Laborers' Union of
America. A. F. L„ Libby, 2nd
and 4th Friday at City Hall. Lib- i
by. Ole Bondahl, pres., H. M. !
Rorke, Sec.-Treas.
I .umbel and Sawmill Workers'
Union No. 2581. Meets 2nd and !
4ih Tuesdays at 7:30. William!
Shawl, president; Harry Moe,
rec. sec'y; A. G. Role. Bus. Agi. |
V. teran's - Foreign Wars Post
No. 1543. Warren Brown, com- ,
mander; I. Flesher, adjutant; |
Fred F. 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 j
1st and 3rd Wednesday of each 1
month in Club Room.
* Libby Garden Club meets 3rd
Tuesday in each month. Mrs.
Kappa Rice, pres.; Mrs. Doris
Chapman, Sec'y.
' Loggers' Union Local 2662. Ed
Dutton, pres.; Allen "Goodgame,
sec'y.; A. G. Role, Bus. Agt.-
Meetings on call.
J-edges
* I O. O. F. Cabinet chapter No.
68, meets every Wednesday even
ing, John Postlewaite. N. G.;
Clarence Karnes, res.-sec'y.
* Roval Arch M
ors Libbv lodge
No. 33 meets 1st and 3rd Wed
nesdays at Masonic Temple. Al
Austin, high priest; John Woltz,
secretary.
* A. F. & A. M. Libby Lodge No.
85 meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays
at the Masonic Temple. Duane
Sturm. W. M.; L. W. Leigh, sec
retary.
* Order of the Eastern Star, Lib
by Chapter No. 65) meets 1st and
3rd Tuesdays at Masonic Temple.
Mrs. Duane Sturm, worthy ma
tron. Mrs. E. E. Jaqueth, sec'y.
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* Libby Moose- Lodge No. 1039
meets 2nd and 4th Mondays at
Davidson,
Paulson,
Moose Hall, D. A.
Governor: Melvin P
secretary.
* Royal Neighbors, Mountain
View Camp No. 9353 meets 2nd
and 4th Wednesdays, Moose Hall.
Mrs. Sylvia McGrow, oracle;
Mrs. Mildred Erdahl, recorder.
* Medora Rebekah Lodge No. 53
meets 1st and 3rd Mondays at I.
ü. O. F. Hall. Mrs. Clarence Dag
gett, Noble Grand; Mrs. G. F.
Edstrom, secretary.
* Rainbow Girls meet 2nd and
4th Mondays at Masonic Temple.
Mary Maurer, worthy advisor;
Lyla Brennan, recorder; Mrs. E.
M. Davidson, Mother advisor.
Womenof the Moose, Libby
Chapter No. 695 meets 1st and
3rd Thursdays at Moose Hall.
Mrs. Muriel Thompson. Senior
Regent, Mrs.
Recorder.
* Local 361 Operating Engineers;
meets 3rd Monday each month.
Richard Rayome, sec'y.
* 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. m. Chas.
Skranak, president; G. C. Earle,
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. Bob DeRosia,
Chief Ruler; Roger Switzer, Re
corder; Pete Vanderwood, Ad.'
Officer.
* Libby Ski Club, Miss Inez Rate
kin, pres., Mrs. Max Sturm, -sec'y
treas. Meeting when called.
*

Agnes Brennan,
Cedar Creek
■4
Five Miles West of
Libby
DANCING
Every Saturday Night
1
The Gables
GROCERIES
Frozen Food
Lockers
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Open Evenings and Sundays
PHONE 133-W

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; • Concrete Sidewalks
j • Plumbing & Heating
• General Concrete and
Wood Construction
• Roofing
BUILDERS OF GOOD HOMES
and
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
Leo Kyser
and Associates

GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Libbv
Tel. 154-J
For Fine Food . .
It's Always
The Caboose
Chicken & Steak
Dinners
Sandwiches
Liquid Refreshments
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GROCERY and MARKET
BEST QUALITY
MERCHANDISE
Phone
105
LIBBY TRANSFER
—Telephone 33— •
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Prompt and Efficient
Service
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FURNITURE
HARDWARE
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GROCERIES
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