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Classified advertising running in this column is charged for at the rate of 3c 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, Kalispell. 37-tfc 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. 2-tfc To insure your Milk and Butterfat production, use Misco High Quality Dairy Feed at $4.25 per Cwt. Paul Stamschror's Farm Supply Store. 1c „cm rvr * MV-,*-. .... „ ^ ? unga " l™*' Upn ßhtS . Real Bargains on ea i y J£rms, We carry Chick i Cimba c 1 ' Wu f!ii tz ?. r r Betsy Ross, Story and Clark and Cable. DICKINSON'S The Music Center, 217 Main St., Kalispell, Montana. 2-tfc Roofing - Roofing - Roofing—For your roofing needs we have 90-lb. green, and red hex Shingles, 45, 65, and 65 lb. rolled roofing; also brick siding. Phone 174-J. Gam bles, Libby. 5-7-9-c There's only one way to get more pork and that's by using scientific Misco Quality Feeds. Special this week: Ground Barley $3.25 per Cwt., at Paul Stamschror's Farm Supply Store. 1c For Sale:—1936 V-8 Coupe. Motor just over-hauled. Tires good con dition. Phone 56-F-5. Troy. 5-4x DOME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY July 1 and 2 Blondie's Anniversary -with Arthur Lake and Penny Singleton The Bumsteads are here again! Terrytoon - "Out Again—In Again /# // I SUNDAY AND MONDAY 3 and 4 Joan Leslie - James, Craig -m // NORTHWEST STAMPEDE // (Cinecolor) Fun, Thrills and Spills at the Calgary Stampede! Sport - Basketball Headlines of '49 DISNEY - - - "Little Hiawatha" Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday July 5-6-7 t // THE BRIBE // -starring Robert Taylor - Ava Gardner Action loaded for thrills! County Fair" AMERICA - - Let Us Help You With Your... Vacation Clothing Needs M--s / / / rr- ( r m 8 us ■<,y to Stop in and see our complete line of clothing for outdoor and sports wear. FOR HER . . . • SLACKS • JEANS • CLAM DIGGERS • BLOUSES • CASUAL JACKETS A complete stock of luggage to make packing a pleasure. FOR HIM . . • SLACKS • SPORT SHIRTS • JACKETS • FISHING BOOTS • BATHING SUITS , Miller's Clothing Store FOR SALE:—Desk Blotters, several colors. The Western News. For Sale;—A span of Black Mares. 3300-lbs. H. W. Cole, Troy. 6-3x For Sale:—Fresh Strawberries — Picked Mondays and Thursdays. Old Hershall Collier Ranch. Currie, Libby. M 6-3x For Sale:—Eight week old White Chester Pigs. Two sows and male hog. Raymond Orsborn, box 856, Libby. 6_2x - For Sale:—Good Guernsey milk cows, and calves. Manuel Kautz man, Eureka. 6-2x For more eggs at less cost, use Misco Blue Tag Egg Mash. Special price this week $4.70 per Cwt. Also special this week. Misco Growing Mash at $4.70 per Cwt. Paul Stam schror's Farm Supply Store. 1c For Sale:—Six-room house with bath, garage attached. Large lawn, shrubbery, flowers. Approximately 1 acre land fruit trees , berries. Electric pump water system is con viently piped around place. Just ou tside citv limits on F 5th St — outs,de c,ty Iimits on ** 5tn Jim Enders. 6-tfc For Sale;—Jeep in good condition. 1941 Chervolet Karry-all. $575.— Phone 236-J. 6-2x PIANO. Beautiful Kimball, Conso lette. Also good upright available in Libby. For Terms and full de tails Write Hoffman Bros. Music Co., Spokane. 6-2x For Sale:—Timothy clover hay stumpage. Cash or in shares. Near Curley Creek Club. W. A. Guhr, Moyie Springs, Idaho. 6-2c For Sale;—TIRES at Tinker's. 7-tf. Discontinued numbers of Freeman Dress Oxfords for Final Clearance; $10.95 and $12.95 values; priced for this sale $7.45; Don't Men's Store. 1c For Sale.—Building lots. 44 mile South on No. 2 highway. Jack Reed. 7-2x For Sale:—1941 Special Deluxe Chevrolet 4-door Sedan. Good con dition, Phone 186-J. E. H. Bitter 7-2x man. For Sale;—1947 Dodge Club Coupe. 16.500 miles. Complete with radio, air-conditioning, spot-light, & elec tric clock. May be seen at Libby Motors or contact Ben Baker at Sleizer's Grocery or call 258-J-l af ter six. lx For Sale;—80 cement blocks, one 'iVz H. P. gas engine, one wheel barrow, one Va H. P. motor, Bench grinder, hand cultivator, one x-cut saw. Silver and Golden Pheasants, two fuel oil barrels. A Thompson. Rexford. 7-2c For Sale:—2 corner lots.. 4 blocks west from K. M. on fourth street. Sidewalk and water. Phone 150-J. Floyd Smith. 7-2x For Sale;—1941 Mercury 4-door Sedan. Mechanically good, rubber good. Radio, Heater, and twin spot lights. Price $750. Plywood boat $25.00. Outboard Motor 3 H. P. $50. Portable electric record changer, like new. Plays ten or twelve inch records. $25.00. Phone 264-W or see at 1109 South Montana Ave. lx Libby. Discontinued number of Freeman Dress Oxfords for Final Clearance; $10.95 and $12.95 values; priced for this sale $7.45. Don's Men's Store. 1c For Sale:—One 'Wappat' Electric hand saw. One Rug and Carpet loom. R. I. Mahar. Libby. 504 W 2nd St. lx For Sale:—2 Heifers, one year old, from milk stock. $75 each. Harold Bitterman, box 367. lx BATTERIES at Tinker's. $10.95 & 7-tf. up. For Sale;—2 good second hand Re frigerators. Partlow Electric. 1c For Sale:—Used Wood Range, ex cellent condition, $39.50. Gambles. Phone 174-J Libby. 1c Discontinued numbers of Freeman Dress Oxfords for Final Clearance; $10.95 and $12.95 values; priced for this sale $7.45. Don's Men's Store, 1c FOR RENT FOR RENT:—High Speed Floor Sander & Edger. No hand sanding or dust. Floor Polisher. Gambles. Call 174-J, Libby. 5-7-9-c KEY'S - KEY'S - KEY'S—Keys made while you wait. Buy an extra key. Gamble's, Phone 174-J, 4-4c For Rent:—Sleeping rooms. 21 East 2-tfc I Second St. Phone 22-M. j FnR pitmt* apartment. 1317 1x51,131303 Ave " lx MISCELLANEOUS Libby. Will care for children in my home; days or evenings. Phone 73-W.— Mrs. Cliff Hayden. 3-tf WAS IN COFFEYVILLE FOLLOWING FAMOUS RAID Bob Mahar, a native Kansan, in forms us, that he too, was in Cof feyville, Kan., following the noted raid by the Dalton Bros. Outlaw gang. Bob states, that as a small boy he was on the scene soon after the shooting, while the bodies were still lying on the street. Mi. Mahar adds that another) Libby citizen, Mrs. John Hayes, then a little girl, also visited Cof feyville with her father after the raid. LIBBY CREAMERY INSTALLS NEW MODERN EQUIPMENT The Libby Creamery has just in stalled a new weighing vat which weighs incoming milk, then pumps it through the filter cold into the pasteurizing vat. The new equipment which is in accordance with the latest state re quirements for dairies, has a ca pacity of 50 gallons. _ GORDON SMITH CHARGED WITH RECKLESS DRIVING Gordon Smith was charged with reckless driving Friday in the court of Justice of the Peace, H. B. Wal lace. guilty" and the hearing of the cause was set for Wednesday night at 7:30. Mr. Smith pleaded "not To enjoy that long Holiday... ... Vacation —and— (or f ishin' fun it's £VIMfWD£ Fisherman Drive ! ar/fh HECK — I zip Ä ihru'i^ "to rigM K S* B 4 c and,, d 'too ! » 4 cVr-*' 1 ' f re po n uth' n ' pn* e fit?' 's .'there fished 1 pian T t do-•' non (JUST TRY IT) EVINFVBC SPORTSMAN will) Fisherman Drive It's a fisherman's dream come true ... this miracle drive that takes „ . y°u anywhere there's water to float boat ! " Now your yours on 3 great Evinrudes — ■Li' Sportsman, Sportwin v a "d the 4-cylinder , _ . Zephyr. Call—let us Help you choose the model that's right for you 1 PARTLOW (GE) Electric Company Libby, Montana WARDEN HAS ANTELOPE ' AND MOOSE APPLICATION FORM BLANKS Deputy Warden Vernon Friend informs - the Western News that he has a supply of application blanks for those who may wish to hunt either moose or antelope in Mon tana during the 1949 season. The seasons on moose were pub lished in last week's issue of The Western News. There will be three seasons in as many sections on, antelope. They will be September to to October 2, inclusive; Sept. 25 to October 9, inclusive; and October 23 to October 30, inclusive. Warden Friend has Game Com mission maps showing the various territories and their open dates. SUE W EL TON HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY A jolly little birthday party was held Thursday of last week for Sue Welton, 11-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Welton. Ten children were present and enjoyed the afternoon playing games. Prizes were given for the various games, and added much to the thrills of the event. The July 4th motif was present with the favors, cake and I dessert appearing in red, white and blue colors. Sue's nine-year-old brother, Noel decided if his sisters were going to have a girls' party, he'd have to get in çn it some way, so after dressing up in skirts, with a hand kerchief over his, hair and his lips carefully painted with lipstick, he appeared as Sue's cousin from Troy. It was some time before most of LIBBY ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. W, N. Harrison, former residents of Libby, but now of Joplin, are the parents of an j 8-lb. 9 oz. boy named Lyle Dean, j —Lumber and Sawmill Worker's ( Union No. 2581 meets the 2nd and | 4th Tuesday of each month. Mrs. Del Miller of Thompson Falls and Mrs. R. E. Hudlow and Donna, Carol and Robert of Spo kane came Friday of last week to visit Mr. and Mrs. John H. Reed. Mrs. Miller is a daughter and Mrs. R. E. Hudlow a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reed. They will re main in Libby until July 19. Mr. and Mrs. George Dirgs of Los A.ngeles arrived in Libby Sun day of last week to visit Mr. and Mrs. J M, Archer. Mrs. Dirgs is Mr. Archer's sister. They have seen each other only once since 1914. The Dirgs plan to leave for their home July 4. * DEVILED HAM * DOUGHNUTS * DRINK MIXTURES * EGGS * FRUIT JUICES * GINGER ALE * GRAPE JUICE * ICE CREAM * LEMONS * LUNCHEON MEAT * MAYONNAISE * MATCHES * MILK * MUSTARD * NAPKINS * OLIVES * ONIONS * PEANUT BUTTER * PICKLES * PICNIC PLATES * PICNIC CUPS * PORK and BEANS * POTATO CHIPS * POTATOES for salad * PRETZELS * RELISHES * ROOT BEER * SALAD DRESSING * SANDWICH Spreads * SARDINES * SOFT DRINKS * SPAGHETTI * SUGAR * TEA FOR ICING * TOMATOES * TOMATO JUICE * VINEGAR * WATERMELON CHECK THIS SHOPPING GUIDE FOR YOUR PICNIC NEEDS AT THE . . . LIBBY GROCERY EVERYTHING AT COMPETITIVE PRICES ! ! ! ! * CHEWING GUM * CHILI SAUCE * CANDY BARS * CIGARETTES * COFFEE * COOKIES * CORNED BEEF * CRACKERS * CREAM * CUCUMBERS * BAKED BEANS * BANANAS * BEETS * BREAD and ROLLS * CAKES * CANTALOUPES * CATSUP * CHEESE * CHICKEN— Whole in can SPECIAL FOR . . . FRIDAY, JULY 1st - ONLY VELVEETA CHEESE 2 pounds 86c § GOTFREDSON S MEATs"| FRESH FRYERS 214 to 3 lb. average wt. POT ROAST Good Beef . 49c 59c Pound Pound POLISH SAUSAGE Armours—Good hot or cold 45c GROUND BEEF Good . 49c Pound _Pound MOCK CHICKEN LEGS Ground Veal and Pork—Seasoned to taste like chicken. 59c STEAKS Pound Rib LARGE SELECTION OF Lunch Meat to choose from.—ALSO Cottage Cheese, Bulk sweet or dill pickles. Frankfurters, large or small; Fresh Shrimp, Oysters, and other Sea Foods. CLOSED Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, July 3-4-5 the guests discovered the "pretty cousin" was their young hostess's brother, Noel. Where Your $ Is Worth 100 Cents USE YOUR CREDIT WALL PAPER AT Yt PRICE. Many are choosing from our many stocked patterns of high grade wallpaper at these slashed prices. Paper that room NOW while you can buy at these extremely low prices. NEW SHIPMENT OF ROLL-AWAY BEDS at sensational sav ings ... all sizes ... all types of springs ... all new merchandise. NEW RED and WHITE HIAWATHA BICYCLE at big discount. SICKLE SHARPENER in excellent condition - - only $6.50 GUARANTEED SINGER and WHITE SEWING MACHINES . . . sew like new machines. SLEEPING BAGS, TARPS, TENTS . . . protect the hay stack with one of our 32' x 16' tarps. STOP—AND S H OP — A T "Women can keep a secret just as well as men but it takes more of them to do it." PHONES: Store 280 114 Res. REAL ESTATE INSURANCE $1,000 DOWN BUYS 2 bedroom home in East Libby, 75-ft. corner front age, on sewer, living room, kitchen and bath down stairs, two bedrooms upstairs, cement foundation, two garages, dandy garden spot with three apple trees, one cherry tree, grapes, large raspberry patch, and strawberries. $500.00 DOWN BUYS 3 Acres, IVz miles from town on well traveled road. New 16 x 24 cabin on cement foundation, electricity, outbuildings consist of barn, garage, tool shed, and chicken house. See us for details. REAL ESTATE INSURANCE MAURER REALTY PHONE 93—Residence Phone 86-J All the guests report a "spendid time," and Sue received many nice gifts.