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CLASSIFIED
Classified advertising running
this column is charged for at the
rate of 3c per word per issue with
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
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,
Montana. 2-tfc
For Sale:—Very desirable two bed
room home. Beautiful yard. Four
full corner lots. $2400 down, balance
like rent. No phone calls. Inquire
Tinker's Service Station.
13-tfc
PIANO—Available in Libby, small
Kimball Consolette, thirty-eight in
ches high, also medium size up
right. Terms or rent. For full de
tails of pianos, write at once to Field
Mgr. Hoffman Bros. Music Co. 816 %
Riverside Ave., Spokane, Wash.
13-3c
For Sale:—1938 Chev. Coach in
good running condition. Rev. F. L.
Lewno, Eureka, Mont.
13-2x
EVINRUDE AUGUST SPECIAL—
Sportman, 1M. h. p.. $79.50 —Part
low Electric Co.
1c
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
AUGUST 12 & 13
//
Jungle Patrol
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-with—
Kristine Miller and
Mickey Knox
IT'S LOADED WITH THRILLS!
TERRYTOON
Pacemaker - "Make Mine Monica"
Stowaways
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
AUGUST 14-15
Wallace Beery and
Marjorie Main
in
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Big Jack
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MEET MR. AND MRS. OUTLAW
CARTOON
'Meet King Joe'
Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday
August 16-17-18
SCOTT ^
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Terrytoon
"A Cold Romance'
COWBOY
PAKTS
■Move 4M
'ThmlbàtuAeé/
Lee
0*fy
Sanforized
Shrank!
• HHoz.
Cowboy
Denim!
Branded Cow
Hide Label!
Scratch-Proof
Hip Pockets!
Money-Back
Guarantee!
. toy» »Im modo ot
8 - 0 ». Santotitod
Dtnim
FREE!
WITH THE PURCHASE
of each pair of Lee Over
alls—One Lee Red Cow
boy Bandana.
Miller's Clothing
Store
Always First in Fashion
99
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For Sale;—Two milk cows. Cheap.
Vt mile south of city limits on No.
2 highway. Jack Reed.
in
a
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For bale: GLADIOLI. $1 doz.&,
vP' a *^ one 216-M. Mrs. Wiley
Moody. 13-tfc
lx
For Sale;—Well constructed, fully
plastered house on good foundation.
4 rooms and bath either partly fur
nished $3,000 or unfurnished. See
or write Ray Moore, Eureka, Mon
tana 1c
lx
Mrs. Francis Skranak. Libby,
1c
For Sale:—New, just completed
modern 2 bedroom house. A real
buy at $5,000. Call or write M. L.
West, Eureka.' 11-tfc
For Sale:—House and 4 lots, lo
cated south of the G. N. Depot in
Eureka. Address: P. O. Box No.
323, Eureka, Montana.
For Sale:—Three year old saddle
horse. Broke. Price $50. Phone
201-M. A. S. Fields.
lx
For Sale:
Louisiana.
— 1931 Chevrolet. 601
Fred Metzger.
lx
For Sale:—Small Monarch range.
First class condition. Phone 091-W.
lx
For Sale;—Apples. South Libby
Hill.
Mont.
BATTERIES at Tinker's. $10.95 &
7-tf.
up.
FOR SALE:—Desk Blotters, several
colors. The Western News.
tf
For Sale:—1940 Ford. New engine,
block and parts. Car in first class
shape, with new paint job.. Price
is reasonable. Phone 212 or 108
8-tfc.
w.
For Sale:—Weaner pigs. Xen Bern
hard, Eureka, Mont.
12-2x
For Sale:—Fruehauff dual axle log
ging trailer and rigging, late model.
Alfred Boling, 1001 Oak St., Sand
point, Ida.
12-2x
MISCELLANEOUS
For Rent:—Sleeping rooms. 21 East
Second St. Phone 22-M.
2-tfc
FOR RENT:—Trailer House space
on vacant property. $10 a month..
Phone 43-J-2, Charles F. Haschke,
- 11-tfc
-I
GIRL wants baby tending during I
Call 184-M. 12-2xiP.
Ski Jump Road.
Fish, boat, swim, picnic, relax and !
play at the beautiful "NARROWS" j
resort on Flathead lake. $3.00 for
two, $18.00 by the week. All |
linens, bedding, dishes furnished. !
Coffee-shop, store, and free picnic
C&R FARM SERVICE
Building Materials of All Kinds
FEATURING . . .
• CHIMNEY BLOCKS
• CONCRETE BLOCKS
• PUMICE BUILDING BLOCKS
• SEPTIC TANKS
• CESS POOLS
LIMITED SUPPLY OF HAY & STRAW
J. A. Courtright and Stuart Risley
Phone 258-W-l Feed Store
LIBBY, MONTANA—STAR ROUTE
Residence 258-W-2
Today's refrigerator BUY!
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FIB/FI (Oil
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SPACE MAKER REFRIGERATOR
It's the buy because it is so spacious, so economical, so
dependable. Features galore. Available in 8- and io-cu
ft sizes. See it at
$9.69
$23.00
PARTLOW ELECTRIC CO.
DOWN
A MONTH
PHONE .182
NEXT TO POSTOFFICE
A Union Shop—Member Since 1925
NEWS,
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
Notice is hereby given, that on
the 25th day of August, 1949,
special election will be held in the
town of Eureka, Montana, for the
purpose of submitting to the quali
fied electors for such election the
„ . .. _
9, ues * lo , n or , r l?* Town
Council of the Town of Eureka shall
be auth °",?« d *P .® xt ! nd * hree
P er ^c^°l•^ im £ °î T^^dness
» ixe d by Section 6 of Article XIII
of the Constitution of the State of
Montana and incur an additional
indebtedness which, with all out
standing and unpaid indebtedness,
will exceed three per cent (3%)
of the value of taxable property in
said town to be ascertained by the
last assessment for state and county
taxes previous to the incurring of
such indebtedness and to issue and
sell negotiable coupon bonds in the
principal amount of Fifty-five
thousand and no/100 Dollars ($55,
000.00) bearing interest at not to
exceed six per cent (6%) per an
num. payable semi-annually, such
bonds to be either amortization or
[serial bonds, maturing over a per
iod of twenty (20) vears from date
?idS e ed'1r,ïli an a 1 S
the town, on any fnterest ïaytnent
date from and after five (5) years
from the date of issue thereof, in
order to procure a supply of water
for the said town and for that pur
pose to construct improvements and
replacements to the municipal wat
erworks system owned and con
trolled by the said town, including
the replacement of wood pipe in the
water distribution system with cast
iron pipe and new wood pipe and
including installation of necessary
appurtenances, and devoting tfce net
revenue derived from the said water
supply and municipal waterworks
system to the payment of the debt.
Only qualified registered electors
of the town of Eureka whose names
appear upon the last completed as
sessment roll for state and countv
taxes, as taxpayers upon property
within said town, shall be entitled
to vote at said election.
Polling places for such election
will be:
(1) The Public Library for Pre
cinct Five (5);
_ _ _ T „ , _ . ,
The Town Hal1 f ° r Precinct
Six (6).
The polls will be kept open from
ten o'clock A. M. until seven o'clock
M. of said day.
BY ORDER OF THE TOWN
grounds. Camp grounds and trailer
space. Use our seaworthy boats or
bring your own. 9 miles on West
Shore out of Poison, or take Flat
head Water Taxi from Poison. 13-tfc
RELATIVES ENTERTAINED
Mrs. Anna Linton had as guests
over the week-end, Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Morgan and son Dick of
Hemet, Calif. Mrs. Morgan is Mrs.
Lintons niece, and a cousin to Har
ry Chapman and Mrs. Emil Turner.
They were entertained by Mrs. Lin
ton and the Emil Turners at a fam
ily dinner Saturday evening. Other
out-of-town relatives at the dinner
being Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Chap
man and son, Wayne, of Boise, Ida.
a
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Mr. Chapman is a son of Mrs. Lin
ton and a brother to Harry Chap
m ^ n ^. nd rr rs 'rr Turne £;u
t S f unda / * he Harry Chapmans en
tertamed the visitors at Thompson
Wlt . h a smorgasbord picnic
dinner, at which there were 23
j e l at lX e ^i and , fnenc *s. T^ e y were
*5
a " d ^
phapman.
thoroughly enjoyed the outing,
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tiv " and ,rie " ds - Mrs Tu, ™ r
COUNCIL.
V. A. PELTIER
Town Clerk
(2t - August 11 & 18)
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A Tick in Time
. . . . will save you many
important-minutes. Bring
your watch to us for a
complete check-up,
WYATT
Watch Repair and
Gift Shop
512 Min. Ave. - Libby
SPECIALS FOR
AUGUST
12th and 13th
UBBY GROCERY
FREE
DELIVERY
Specials for Friday and Saturday, August 12 & IB
KRAFT DINNER
' Best Bet
SALMON
PINK
f No. 1 Tall
1
SPAGHETTI
29c
2
59c
for
SLICED DILLS s,e " 47«
LYNDEN'S
CHICKEN
FRICASSEE
No. 2% Tin
$1.02
TUNA FLAKES
Van Camps
2 for 69c
RIPE OLIVES Libby's—small A*,
No. 1 Tall . 2 for kfjV
Van Camps—14-oz. Bottle
Valamont Grape
2 FOR
1-LB. JAR
Catsup. 53« Preserves
25«
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|> I GOTFREDSOH'S MEATS |
Beef Pot Roasts
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Ry
SA
MORRELL'S
BLADE or ARM CUTS
EASTERN JOWL
BACON ... lb. 23c
45«
• • • •
RIB STEAKS
Picnic Hams
49«
Very good and only
55c lb.
6 TO 8-LB, AVERAGE WEIGHT
' RF SH LOCAL
LARGE
Frankfurters
43c lb.
Frying Rabbit. 59c
Fresh or Frozen Frying or Roasting Chickens - Cottage Cheese - Chip Steaks
accompany them to Spokane, to
spend a few days visiting Mrs. Glenn
Where Your $ Is Worth 100 Cents
USE YOUR CREDIT
CRAFTSMAN paint spray, 3-gal. pot, 2 guns, 1 heavy
duty, plenty hose. Guaranteed condition. — Priced
about 50% off.
A few 3, 4, 5 drawer chests left from last shipment.
Unfinished and finished. Also Writing and corner
cupboards. See this display . . prices low . . . terms.
New and used davenport and daveno sets. Prices
surprisingly low. TERMS.
Tarps - Tents - Sleeping Bags - Air Matteresses
"It is wise to have
more strings to
your böw than
one!"
PHONES:
Store 280
114
Res.
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;
INSURANCE
REAL ESTATE
60 ACRES—2 miles from Troy, 1 acre cleared, and
can be irrigated, 3 room home with electricity and
water, considerable building poles and wood, on
school bus and mail route $1600.00.
2 BEDROOM HOME in south Libby consisting of
living room, kitchen, two bedrooms and bath all on
one floor, concrete foundation with part cement base
ment, automatic oil floor furnace, garage, one room
sleeping quarters attached to garage which can be
rented; 60-ft. frontage. $5500.00.
INSURANCE
REAL ESTATE
MAURER REALTY
PHONE 93—Residence Phone 86-J
Stonebroker and family, who is a
sister to her and Mr. Chapman.

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