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:—Baby Chicks, N. H. Reds,
R. I. Reds, W. Rocks, Leghorns;
$19.00 per 100—$2.00 per 100 de
posit. U. S. approved and Pullor
um Controlled. Bitney's Poultry,
For Sale:—Seven-man landing raft,
with all the original equipment,
patching material, pumps, knives,
H. B. Stordock, Libby Mot
For Sale:—Dual wheel logging
trailer with Bunks vacuum brakes,
long and short tongue, steel sub
frame and cab guard for long wheel
base lMi-2 ton truck. Price $450
without tires. Fred R. Marvel, Rex
Lost in January—Size 3, gold in
itialed ring with Old English style
letter G. Reward. Phone 73-W.
Genevieve Hayden. 52-3c
For Sale:—Field grown cabbage,
broccoli, and brussel sprout plants.
Mrs. Echo. Phone 20-F-30.
For Sale;—One Guernsey-Hereford
six years old. Fresh five weeks,
milks 13 quarts per. milking. $200.
Mrs. F. E. Schatz, Box 71. Ranch
3 miles west of Troy.
For Sale:—Four bedroom house.
Cedar Ave., South on No. 2 high
way. Lester Riddle.
, For Sale;—Slightly used Wisconsin
air-cooled 4 h. p. gasoline motor;
high speed; suitable for boats or
other use. First class condition.
See it at Geringer's.
BAND INSTRUMENTS. For Rent
or Sale. First Three Months Rent
Applies Toward Purchase Price. We
Carry Conn, Buescher, Selmer, Buf
fet, Reynolds and many other lines.
DICKINSON'S < The Music Center,
217 Main St.. Kalispell, Montana
For Sale:—Modern Trailer House,
sleeps four. Inquire 1118 Montana
For Sale:—At a bargain. '46 Dodge
1 ! -j ton truck, stake body. Phone
10-F-ll. R. A. Elliott, Star Route.
USED PIANOS;—Spinets, Bunga
lows, Uprights. Real Bargains, on
very easy terms. We carry Chick
ering, Kimball, Wurlitzer, Lester
Betsy Ross, Story and Clark and
Cable. DICKINSON'S The Music
Center, 217 Main St., Kalispell,
For Sale:—500 ft. 3-in. new wood
stove pipe with collar joints, 65c
per foot. 60 ft. 3Vfe-in. iron pipe,
75c per foot. One 8-ft. Taylor grain
drill with grass attachment, $85.
One 2Ms to 4 inch pipe die, $12.
One 1-horse cultivator, new, $15.
One 27-in. wide, 44-in. high
shot water wheel on ball bearing
shaft. Good as new, $85. One 3
ft., 9-in. Cooks offset disk
(new) 24-in. disks, $195, a g
plement. Victor Wolff, Fortine.
Where Your $ Is Worth 100 Cents
.. upholstery $45.00
2 tone davenport and chair .
in tip-top shape . . . only.
Also a real buy . . . grey daveno (makes a bed) with
swing rocker at $40.00 for the pair. These are priced
low to make room for new items.
TEAKWOOD TABLE made in China and very old
. . . this piece from the Blackford estate.
Used waterproof 10 x 12 tent in good shape $24.50
5 drawer chest—only $10.50 . . . newly varnished.
STOP — AND — SH OP — AT
"Two can live as
Kcheaply as one
K large family
* used to."
' Store 280
Reis of Santa Barbara
Solid colors, pastels and gay
plaids. Our full assortment of
nationally advertised sport shirts
is sure to win your approval.
Miller's Clothing Store
one mile out, 4-bedroom home, bath,
full cement basement, furnace, city
lights, large electric hot water heat
er, house in excellent condition,
barn, chicken house, hay shed and
two-car garage. If interested call
on us for particulars. E. A. STROUT
REALTY, John F. Bowen, Local
Strout Agent. Office phone 260, box
295, residence 66-M.
For Sale:—1936 International Pick
up. Box 1019. Bill Shawl.
For Sale;—Building logs. Can give
two day delivery. Jack Stevens,
For Sale:—Davenport & Chair. 1220
Dakota Ave. Phone 82-R.
For Sale:—Good saddle horse. Rea
sonable. Call 140-J. Mrs. Harlow
For Sale:—1 small white enamel
monarch kitchen range with water
front; Hot Water Heater and Tank.
See L. S. Dalton. Libby
For Sale:—Fifty 2Vz month old Leg
horn cockrels. Call 292-M.
For Sale:—1936 Pontiac Sedan. 405
For Sale:—One acre tract, 1 M miles
from town on highway. Call 20-F
Found;—Pair of oafs on Howard
Lake Road. Owner may have same
by identifying and paying for this
Arthur G. Clough. 1322 Da
can identify belt and pay for this
ad for same.
to the name of "Doc". "Black with
white. Morris Ahrenkiel.
WANTED TO BUY
Wanted to Buv:—Babv calves
cook. Top wages. Apply Fountain
House Wanted:—To rent or pur
chase. Call The Western News.
For Rent:—Sleeping rooms. 21 East
Second St. Phone 22-M.
Public stenography work done by
piece or hour, at my home 1st door
west Dr. Sherman's office.
G. E. Wollaston.
Special Notice:—I will not be held
responsible for any debts con
tracted by anyone other than my
self. Thomas H. Price, Eureka,
Notice:—That I, James T. Shan
holtzer, will not be responsible for
any bills charged to me by anyone,
without an OK by me in person or
signed by me. James T. Shanholt
^ Montano Fish and
Unlawful to Possess Wildlife
Without a Permit
Deer, elk, antelope, and other
big-game animals are now having
their young in secluded places
the wild. Mothers of new-born
animals care for their young with
instinct and intelligence,
sighting young animals without see
ing the parent often mistake this
be a case of desertion. Animals so
found should not be taken home.
Invariably the mother will return
to her young. Young big-game
animals might be excellent pets,
when first obtained, but soon be
come a nuisance, and in some cases
are capable of considerable damage.
Removal of young animals from the
woods, is not only unnecessary, but
. , , ,
™ any Problems for the own
er of the pet. This practice is
frowned upon to the extent that
possession of such animals is unlaw
ful without a permit.
Game-Farm Pheasant Hatching
Each of the state's three
farms reports that young pheasants
are beginning to hatch. Incubating
the eggs and caring for the delicate
young birds is an exacting practice
which requires both experience and
good luck. The farms at Billings,
Warm Springs, and Fort Peck will
collectively raise and release about
thirty thousand birds this year. Ex
amination in the field reveals that
the need for artificially-raised birds
might not be great this year. A satis
factory brood stock in the wild
seems in evidence. Information is
being sought by landowners in cer
tain areas on methods to discourage
the Chinese pheasant from uproot
ing seed corn. Such information
has not been asked for several years
in the state.
Opening of the fishing season saw
many a new footprint tread into the
soft stream banks. Anglers partial
to worms did the most business the
first week of the new 1949 season.
Although high, many streams are
not carrying the normal water vol
ume for this time of year. An early
lowering of streams and rivers
should result in excellent early
fishing it is predicted,
tinued heavy rains keep the stream
banks full, it is expected that by
midsummer fishermen will need a
long line to entice the fish from low
water runoff sometimes means good
fishing along with harmful fish de
Less than normal
BORDER 4-H CLUB
REORGANIZE FOR YEAR
The Border 4-H Club met May 12
to organize for the fourth year of
club work with Raymond Starling
as president; James Rein, vice
president; Roger Helms, secretary
treasurer and news reporter and
Glen Helms, council representative.
We welcomed to our club three
new members. George Johnson,
Delbert and Darrel Stark, along
with Raymond and Robert Starling,
James Reip, Roger and Glen Helms
who have belonged.
Donald Boslaugh was appointed
club leader with Louis Fuller as
JUST NEIGHBORS 'CLUB
MEETS IN FORTINE
Members of the Just Neighbors
Club answered roll-call at the home
of Mrs. Clara Winkley of Fortine
on the afternoon of May 27. Mrs.
Stanley Larsen, formerly of Ant
Will care for children in my home;
days or evenings. Phone 73-W.—
Mrs. Cliff Hayden.
1 will not be responsible for any
bills received in my name except
by my personal authority. William
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
JUNE 3 AND 4
That famous prison break!
A manhunt no fiction could match!
- - "Funshine State'
SUNDAY and MONDAY
JUNE 5 and 6
Hills of Home
Lassie is greater than ever!
CARTOON - Cat That Hated People
Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday
4? three \
J* DESPERADOES 5
,r nwnNG fear J
S FDR THE
i OF A child 1 ysp
CARTOON - "Mouse Cleaning'
Flat Ranger Station and now re
siding in Kalispell, visited the club
of which she was formerly a mem
First business of the day was ar
rangements for Cemetery Day, ob
served on Memorial Day each year
by club members, and others in the
community, when the grounds of
anH i eme ^ ry are . cI f aned
after^heuwk isdonp PICniC 1UnCh
Arrangements were' also com
pleted for another rummage sale to
^Lam d strre S a a tÄe JU c e oiee td
cupcakes will be served for a nom
charge all afternoon during
.. 1 he social hour was provided by
™ rs - Don Sharp and prizes for high
scores in the quizzes went to Mrs.
Lestrud and Mrs. H. P. Weyde
m cy e r. The afternon was rounded
?, w'tri refreshments served by
TAMARACK 4-H CLUB
MEETS MAY 20
The Tamarack 4-H Club held
their regular meeting in the Pine
Tree Club Hall on May 20 with 12
members present. The leaders, Leo
Labelle and Mrs. Ray Shelley
also there. Six new members
After our business meeting Mrs.
Nellie Waylett served a lovely lunch
to the club. The next meeting will
be held in the Pine Tree Club Hall
on June 3.—Mary Ada Shelley, Re
The Vet's Mail Bag
U. S. Vets Eligible
For Canada Benefits N
Many United States residents who
served during World War II with
the Canadian armed
not yet applied for certain benefits
available to them, the Canadian
Department of Veterans Affairs
The benefits are not new, Can- i
adian government officials point out
and are available only to World
War II veterans who have not ob
tained them in the past.
War service gratuity amounts to
Si.50 for each 30 days of service,
with an additional 25 cents for each
day overseas plus seven days pav
and allowances of rank for each
six months of overseas duty.
of $7.50 for each 30 days of
and 25 cents for each day overseas.
These funds are not given to the
veteran directly, the officials state.
United States residents entitled
may use their reestb
3rd and 4th
PURE RASPBERRY PRESERVES
PURE GRAPE JAM
Welch's — G ra pelade
Del Monte PEACHES, Halves
2 Vi size 36c
Del Monte PEACHES, Halves - in heavy syrup .lb. size 24c
YOU CAN T MAKE A BAD CUP OF
B & M
Macaroni . . .
15-oz. can - 25c
Heat in Jar
1 -lb. 12-oz. 48c
2 lbs. .... 1.1'2
Del Monte—In Heavy Syrup
1-lb. 13-oz. jar
Cudahys—3 Patties to Can
With Natural Juices .
i is .Cnfy
Grade A Beef
Morrells—Ends & Pieces
Sliced Bacon.. 25c
• • • •
Sliced Bacon.. 49c
Fresh or Frozen
Cut up ready for the Pan
SWEET OR DILL PICKLES
LARGE VARIETY LUNCH MEATS
Jishment credit only for the pur
chase of veterans' insurance in Can
Further information or applica
tions may be obtained from the
Canadian Department of Veterans
Affairs, Ottawa, Canada.
Question of the Week
Q_May Veterans Administrations
be paid for a veteran's child not
residing with the widow?
t A ~ Yes ' Payments may be made
ÎP th ?.& erson who has custody of
THAT H GOT^AWAY H ■ ^
Harry Chapman caught a lO^s-lb.
Mackinaw in McGregor Lake Sun
Painting & Decorating
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Box 713 - Libby
6 room modern home in South Libby, consisting of
living room, dining room, kitchen, two bedrooms, and
bath. Also basement bedroom. Cement basement
with furnace heat. 100-ft corner frontage. This pro
perty has been well kept and in good condition.
Five acres, one mile and a half from town, on good
gravel road. Cleared and in crop. Good soil, elec
tricity availably. This is a dandy place to build.
PHONE 93—Residence Phone 86-J
day. He states that this is the fish
that Lit his finger the Sunday oe
paper said Thompson Lake. Mr.
Chapman said that the fish didn't
bite the hook, he just came up and
snulied of it and got hooked. Mr.
and Mrs "Bud" Adkins and Mrs.
Chapman and two children wit
nesscd the landing of the big tisn.
Chas. Haschke, popular meat cut
at Bolyard's was also fortunate
landing one of the big Mack
r at almost haVing the flSh in the
(A mistake in last weeks
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