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CLASSIFIED Classified advertising running this column is charged for at the rale of 2c per word per issue with minimum charge of 30c for the ad. FOR SALE For Sale;—Skid-Rid-Recaps. If you want to go in mud or snow, get Skid-Rid-Recaps at Tinkers, Knobby tires and chains. 27-tf For Sale:—Alfalfa hoy. Remp. Halstead 35-2c For Sale:—New Roller and ball bearing portable sawmill 52" in serted tooth saw, 1500-lb. flywheel. Complete with 1928 Hudson power plant. A buy for $1800. If in terested contact Rex Harvey, Eur 35-2x eka. For Sale:—Almost new Revere ,88 8MM Motion Picture Camera $60. Rex Harvey, Eureka, Montana. 35-2x For Sale:—One team horses, well matched, well broken. Weight a bout 3400. Also for sale twenty tons of hay. Ivan F. Ingram, Rex ford. 36-4c For Sale:—1937 Plymouth Sedan.— Recently overhauled. Conrad Badt. Phone 207-R. lx For Sale:—One acre ground nicely located on No. 2 Highway, with new 4-room house not completed. Fenced, city lights, well. Priced $3000.00. Some terms.—WANTED: vacant lots. E. A. STROUT REAL TY, Phone 260, Box 295, Residence phone 66-M. lc For Sale:— Daveno and chair. Good condition. Call 201W. lc For Sale;—Cow freshening early in February. Bart Sullivan. lx For Sale:—1940 Plymouth Coupe, radio and heater, good tires. Will sell my equity. Phone 151-W. lx For Sale;—Good tamarack wood. $4.50 per rick. See Edwin Cripe, Troy, Montana. Phone 56F22. lx For Sale:—2 Jersey cows. One just freshened with heifer calf, $225.00. One will freshen early April, $200. 1 live one mile east of Troy on No. 2 highway. Mrs. Jesse B. Grigg. 36-2x For Sale;—26 White King pigeons, sold in one lot. Mrs. Darsow.— Phone 20F23. lc For Sale:—23-ft. house trailer. — Cheap. Write Roger Hardy, Libby. lc For Sale;-—Because we have to move suddenly you get the chance to buy a 1939 Nash Ambassador 4-door sedan, heater, motor recent ly overhauled, sealed beam head lights, overdrive and good tires for $575. Phone 264-J. lc LOST Lost:—Girls' tan glasses. Reward Phone 268-W. lx FOB RENT For Rent:-—Good open horse pas isture 10 head rest X 476, Eureka Mont. turc. Will of winter. 35-2x MISCELLANEOUS n you win onng your domes ana call for them I will wash them. No ig. Reasonable. Phone 82-M. Dakota Ave., Libby. ironm 1512 lc For general carpenter work, cab inet making, custom furniture building and repairing—no uphol stering. See Bob Holgren. Eureka. 36-2x Miller's Clothing Store Always First in Fashions" it ? ofAIrfll«. Nolle* Ik* alt colli. WaßJynt 9 fn/oy amazing cushioned comfort and healthful protection ... in Airfilm Shoes by Crosby Square So you insist on comfort. Well, Airfilm Shoes are made for you. Between in sole and outsole lies a layer of springy Airfilm. You walk on compressed air, cushioned against shocks, insulated against cold winter pavements. ... Of course, you also insist on correct ap pearance. Our Airfilm Shoes offer a se lection of handsome styles. See them. At adrortitod .In lift ^"AkßaT b a regbtertd Carpar*bm. Hold Installation For R. N. A. Lodge in a The Mountain View Royal Neigh bor Lodge held its regular meet ing at the Moose hall Wednesday evening, January 12. A short busi ness meeting was held before in stallation exercises. Bessie Glowers acted as Installa tion Officer and Ola West as Cer emonial Marshal. The following of ficers were installed; Mary Chap pel, Oracle; Florence Gamache, Vice-Oracle; Mabel Solem, Past Oracle; Mildred Erdahl, Recorder; Frances Rosenquist, Receiver; Jen nie Quinn, Marshal; Anna Becker, Assistant Marshal; Evinia Stanley, Inner Sentinel; Bertha Krebs, 'Out er Sentinel; Luella Blanchard, Man ager; Ethel Pilcher, Musician; Hilda Bigel, Faith; Beverly Davidson, Courage; Mary Johnson, Modesty; Olga Auger, Unselfishness; Flora Dinwiddle, Endurance; Katherine Williams, Flag Bearer; Lillian John son, Juvenille Director and Bessie Glowers, Capain of Degree Staff. Each of the Insailing Officers was presented with a gift and the audit ing committee presented Frances Rosenquist with a gift for her faith ful services during the past year. A delicious pot luck lunch was served by Mrs. John Rubard, Mrs. Lester Riddle and Mrs. Roy Liven good. There were 32 members and one guest present for the meeting, the guest being Ella Baenen who lives in Bremerton, Wash., and is visiting here. The Royal Neighbor Sewing Mrs. Lester Riddle for election of officers Friday evening, January 22 , Mrs. Yaple Hostess Libby Garden Club The first meeting of the new year for the Libby Garden Club was held at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Yaple Tuesday, January 18. Sixteen members answered roll call by telling what new flower or vegetable they were year. The new officers took over: Mrs. Doris Chapman, president; Jackie Luxa, vice-president; Jerry Dar sow, secretary; Myrtle Yaple, treas urer; Kappa Rice, courtesy corres pondent, and Etta McCallum, pub licity chairman. Our year books are being made up and we hope to have them ready for each member when we meet February 15 at the country home of Mrs. Ruby iVard. The club is öpen to new mem bers, meeting evary third Tuesday at 2:00 p. m. and our dues are $1.00 a year. Anyone interested in flow ers, gardens and beautification please join us and help make our little city a pleasing sight to the eyes of our visitors.—Reporter. trying ^his TAKEN UP:—Owners sorrel stallion strayed to my place on Oct. 15. Wish they would pay feed bill and claim him. H. H. Challinor. aware one lc Ü Join the . . MARCH OF DIMES Jfoin the MARCH OF and also DIMES Join the . . . V. F. W. Nimr n.ft 9 .♦ V a force for Good in AMERICA IHi MTilWII miNOMIUN fOS INUNIUi HM1JSIS Harper-Erdman Post No. 1548 LIBBY, MONTANA DOME THEATRE Thursday - Friday - Saturday—January 20-21-22 // ADVENTURES IN SILVERADO // Wm. Bishop - Edgar Buchanan The Old Wild West immortalized by Robt. Louis Stevenson CH APTER 3—SEA HOUND SUNDAY and MONDAY—JANUARY 23-24 CARTOON ■ / I 7 jin' X I r I i > f Ah i & £ DOROTHY MALONE PENNY EDWARDS tmiekAM Omh me hr DAVID BUTLER Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday—January 25-26-27 Double Feature Program WINTER WONDERLAND SKIING - SKATING PLUS—"LET'S LIVE AGAIN DRAMA ik-fr Si I'J hw hi a. k // // NEWS, MARRIAGE LICENSES A marriage license was issued to Paul V. Dcyerle and Miss Dolores Ocrtcl both of Libby on January They were married January 16 by Rev. W. C. Stearns of the Libby Methodist Church. A license was also issued to Gerald D. Buell and Mary E. Manthe of Libby on January 17. They were united in marria ge January 19. _ HOSPITAL NOTES Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ken sler of Troy, Jan. 15, a girl. Surgical:— Halver Rafdal, admit ted January 17. Medical:—John Smith, Troy, ad mitted Jan. 18; Jessie Van Horn, admitted Jan. 19. Released:—Mrs. Earl Polda and baby and Mrs. Glen Cutler on Jan. 16. Joe Shaurette passed away • Jan. 16. ! 3. ARMY RECRUITING OFFICER IN LIBBY EACH THURSDAY The U. S. Army & U. S. Air Force Recruiting service has announced that there will be a recruiter in the Selective Service office in the Ma sonic Temple in Libby, each Thurs day between the hours of 11 and 3. All men interested either in in formation or enlistment will be taken care of and quick answers given to their problems and ques tions. FAMED OLD MINE PRODUCING SOON Drumlummon at Marysville Is Partnership Venture Montana Rainbow Mining com pany, a partnership owned by W. R. Wade, Betty Mae Anduiza and R. S. Rheem, which operates the Drumlummon mine, produced in the first seven months of 1948 6127.6 ounces of gold and 35,040.52 ounces of silver, with a value of $250,000. Production ceased in August, 1948, due to the cave-in of ground adjoining No. 2 shaft, which wreck ed the shaft. This cave-in was caused by old workings not shown by the old English company's maps, says Wade. Production $28,000,000 The old English companyt the I Vic Vet jays I i r i FOR SPEEDY REPLIES TO VA LETTERS ALWAYS include • YOUR FULL NAME • PERMANENT ADDRESS • SERVICE NUMBER • CLAIM or INSURANCE NUMBER •DATE OP BIRTH 2* 5 Mil a t: Montana, Ltd.) purchased the mine in 1876 from the late Thomas Cruse of Helena for $1,500,000, and pro duced up to the time they ceased operations in 1905 $28,000,000 at $35 gold. This company was a sub stantial dividend payer, distribut ing over $3,000,000. The company has had a crew of men working repairing the shaft since August, and expect to resume production by March 1, 1949, for their 150-ton amalgamation-flota tion mill. In the last two years the com pany has discovered five new vein systems. During the year 1948 the part ners paid themselves an interim dividend. W. R. Wade is managing partner.—Spokesman-Review. Are you going to be . . . MARRIED If you are . . . here is a pleasant thought— SILVERWARE! 1847 Rogers and • * Community Be sure to see the Morning Star Pattern in Community's very best Plate, in a beauti ful chest at no extra cost. STERLING SILVER In several patterns. And the RING every bride longs to possess:— The Perfect Diamond —KEEPSAKE— BUCKINGHAM Jewelry Store The store of better diamonds. Specials for January 2 | - 22 FREE Delivery Daily B • Amberoni Cut 1 25 Ounce Package ■ Macaroni an 25c O • Del Monte Kosher • Swift's Premium 24-oz. Jar 12-oz. Can Dill Pickles 37c Lunch Meat.. 49c • • • JL • Van Camps 31-oz. Can # Armours 10M;-oz. Jar Pork & Beans 27c Tamales 22c • • • • * Doles No. 2 Can Pineapple Juice 20c 2Mj-lb. Pkg. • Small White • Pict-Sweet 12-oz. Can Navy Beans.. 35c Mexicorn 22c • • • • # Çhickadee WHOLE No. 2 Mi Can • Duff's Muffin HOT 14-oz. Pkg. Apricots 21c Bread Mix 25c • • • • • • • • $4.55 CASE OF 24 CANS I I GOTFREDSON'S MEAT DEPT. ALSO HAVE ... Halibut - Salmon Cod - Fillet Snapper Fillet Sole Lutefisk - Salt Herring Spiced Herring Kippered Salmon Cod Fish - 1-lb. Brick FROZEN Frying - Stewing and Roasting Chickens, ready for the • Fresh Colored—About 5-lb. Av. Pound 55c HENS • ••••• • AA—Fresh Pacific Pint OYSTERS. 69c • Large Fresh Ocean Pound 43c CRABS • • • • • Morrell's Alright Sliced Pound BACON 63c • • • pan. HONOR LINCOLN COUNTY STUDENTS AT UNIVERSITY Missoula—Miss Marjorie Hunter, Montana State University student from Libby is one of five students -nr • "M" Pbih ^ nt ° the W -SÎT ei lf Club ^l b t h r nthîot CalT1 i? US The M Sïtv L C honorary so y or women. Miss Hunter is a junior major mg in journalism and history. Ray Dolan, Troy, has been elec ted vice-president of Kappa Psi, pharmacy honorary, at a recent meeting. Dolan is a junior in the Pharmacy school and a 1946 grad uate of Troy High School. Parflow Electric • FOR ELECTRICAL SERVICE • FOR WIRING • FOR ESTIMATES • FOR GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Phone 182—Libby 40-ft. comer frontage in South Libby„ good location, 14 x 16 garage on property. A dandy spot to build. FOR RENT:—2 room cabin with electricity, on high Rental $25.00 per way, one mile east of Libby, month. INSURANCE REAL ESTATE MAURER REALTY PHONE 93—Residence Phone 86-J Thursday, January 20, 1949 LIVESTÔCK FEEDING SCHOOL A concentrated short course is the feeds and feeding of all classe* of livestock will be given by Exten s l on Liv J; st< *; k Sp ®? i ^. ists J at ? ur ~ eka on Monday and Tuesday, Jan uary 24th and 25th. Classes will bo held in the bigb school from 10;00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m. each day. There will be no fee charged for this school and everyone in terested is invited to attend. The course will cover the various food nutrients, various livestock feeds such as roughages, grains, and protein supplements, and the feed requirements of the various classes of livestock.