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CLASSIFIED
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:—New, just completed
modern 2 bedroom house. A real
buy at $5,000, Call or write M. L.
West, Eureka.
For Sale:—Very desirable two bed
room home. Beautiful yard. Four
full corner lots. $2000 down, balance
like rent. No phone calls. Inquire
Tinker's Service Station. 13-tfc
11-tfc
For Sale:—White enameled Mon
arch range.
Phone 138-R.
Wonderful baker.—
tfc
For Sale;—One light work team,
well matched and gentle, with har
ness and collars, $100.
saddle horses, cheap. Joe Talsma,
16-2x
Also two
Libby.
For Sale:—1936 Plymouth Coupe;
good tires, good motor. Inquire at
Libby Creamery.
16-3c.
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
FOR SALE;—Desk Blotters, several
colors. The Western News.
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For Sale:—1929 Chevrolet pickup.
6-16 in. tires, low oil consumption,
good mileage. Phone 0273-W-3. 1c
For Sale:—Gentle young cow, to
freshen end of September. Bart
Sullivan.
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DOME
THEATRE
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
SEPTEMBER 9-19
Penny Singleton and
Arthur Lake
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Blondie's Secret
ITS THE BUMSTEADS AGAIN!
He's In Again"
NOVELTOON - "Little Red School
Mouse"
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SUNDAY & MONDAY
SEPTEMBER 11-12
The Undercover Man
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DRAMA THAT TALKS FACTS ! !
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SUNDAY MATINEE
2:30 P. M.
Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday
September 13-14-15
Sand (Will James)
■in
TECHNICOLOR
-with
Mark Stevens and
Coleen Gray
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Immortal Story of Rugged Outdoor
Adventure.
DISNEY
'Alpine Climbers'
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• The handiest all around
outdoor garment ever made.
Wear it rucked in as a shirr
or loose as a jacket Warm
and colorful. Beautifully
tailored from 1008 ne»
wool. An outstanding
favorite everywhere.
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O WOOLENS
Miller's Clothing
Store
99
Always First in Fashion
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For Sale:—Lease or Trade "Beer
Bar" finest in town. Best location.
Write Box 51, Martin City. Montana
for Photo.
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For Sale;—Slightly used wood range
—copper coils and white enamel,
Phone 72-R. _ IMc
14-4c
For Sale:—1 large kitchen cabinet.
12 clean double rabbit pens, square
mesh floors.
Rexford, Mont.
Mrs. R. L. LaByer,
15-3c
Apples for Sale:—On the old Booth
man ranch east of Libby. — Bring
boxes,
Brad,
Prices reasonable. Mrs.
16-3x.
For Sale;—Partly dried slab wood,
stove lengths. $1.00 per rick. You
haul it. Irv. J. St. Onge, McGin
nis Meadows.
17-2x
Will sell Sept. 14, Tuesday, at our
regular auction sale, at the auction
block, Bonners Ferry, Ida., four
head of my saddle horses. Don
Hoagland, phone 340, Bonners Fer
ry, Ida.
1c
For Sale:—10 acres with 2 cabins,
north of Gopher Inn; also 4 room
house, 2 lots, East of City Hall.—
H. J. Smith, Libby, Mont.
17-2x
Only Piano in Libby. Will sell or
rent at sacrafice rather than return
to Spokane. Hollenback Piano Co.,
So. 157 Howard, Spokane, Wash. 1c
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1934 Plymouth Sedan,
For Sale:
Good mechanically. A good buy
for someone who needs a used car.
Phone 50-F-3. E. W,
Troy.
Winslow,.
1 _ j
Pashire and Shaw, j
For Sale:
Weaithy apples. $1 00 per box and j
up. Fetch boxes. Wheat and oats,
ground feed. W. R. Smith, Eureka,
Mont.
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MISCELLANEOUS
For Rent:—Sleeping rooms. 21 East
Second St. Phone 22-M.
2-tfc
Fish, boat, swim, picnic, relax and
play at the beautiful "NARROWS"
resort on Flathead lake. $3.00 for
two, $18.00 by the week. All
linens, bedding, dishes furnished.
Coffee-shop, store, and free picnic
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
ACCORDIONS AVAILABLE
Rent or Sale for beginners, includ
ing lessons. See Bowker Distri
butors. 15-4c
for
WANTED; —Experienced Waitress
for morning shifts. Fountain Cafe,
Libby, Mont.
15-tfc
Announcing representative in
by and territory week of Sept. 12.
Pianos for rent or sale. Try it be
fore you buy it. Rent your piano
—Rent to apply on Easy-Pay-Plan.
Upright pianos $4, $5, $6. New
spinets $7.50 to $i5 plus small car
tage deposit for return. Write Hol
lenback Piano Company, South 167
Howard, Spokane, Wash., or phone,
collect, Riverside 1157.
1c
Where Your $ Is Worth 100 Cents
• Our Credit Terms Are Liberal •
Large clean and new down and duck filled pillows at only $2.19.
DON'T FORGET to get a supply of G. I. Cushion Sole Sox , . .55c
pair . . . $5.95 dozen.
NEW SHIPMENT finished and unfinished chests, cupboards,
desks, etc . . . prices are quite low.
2 NEW PORTABLE Underwood typewriters at big discount.
TAEPS, TENTS, SLEEPING BAGS, SLEEPING BAG
MATTRESSES, BLANKETS ... all new . . . war surplus.
"Ex-peri-ence - - -
What you think
you have until you
get more of it!"
PHONES:
280
Store
114
Res.
How is your...
ROOF?
nt ldtl
Ttt.
ÆBai
Is It Ready For
Winter Storms?
• The summer is rapidly passing and the long win
ter is close at hand. If your roof is not ready for the
rain and snow of fall and winter, it is time to repair
it now.
• You cannot afford to neglect this most vital part
of your home. Without a good roof the entire interior
of your house will suffer.
, We stock all types of dependable roofing and are
prepared to care for your needs.
J. NEILS LUMBER CO.
HOSPITAL NEWS
Admitted:—George Nutto, sur
gical; Sept. 3—Franklin Wade
Troy, medical; Don Etherington
Eureka, medical; Sept. 5—Harley
McElmurry, surgical patient who
received injuries about the head
and face as a result of an auto
mobile accident.
Released: Sept. 1—Gwen Pierce
and Mrs. David Schrade; Sept. 3—
Andrew Hetle; Sept. 6—Mrs. Billy
Brinkerhoff and infant daughter;
Sept. 7—Mrs. B. H. Appelgate and
i n f an t daughter.
j bAN d INSTRUMENTS'." For Rem
Qr 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.
FOUND:—A pair of glasses outside
of the Mountain States Power Co.
Owner may have same by identify
ing and paying for this ad.
2-tfc
tfc
Write
1c
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NOTICE:—Meeting Loggers Local
2662, Libby Moose Hall, Tuesday,
September 13 at 8:00 p. m. Allen
Goodgame, Recording Secretary.
Wanted to Sell:—Davenport and
>air set, radio-phonograph corn
bination, electric roaster, washing
machine. Call 0205-J. Buck Nelson.
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WANTED;—Land clearing, by con
tract or hour. D. W. Emerson, box
494, Poison, Mont.
17-2x
_
LO ST:-In vicinity of Ltbby, Can
vas trunk with sleeping bags and
clothes. Reward. • Call collect or
notify H. C. Groger, 845 First Ave.
E., Kalispell, Mont.
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WANTED:—4 or 5 room house or
apartment for 10 months,
box X c/o Western News.
3rd Grade Teacher
WANTED:
wants place to board and room.—
Phone 106-J.
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WANTED TO RENT:—4 or 5 room
unfurnished house. Phone 213-W.
17-3.X
FOR RENT.—A completely furnish
ed cabin. Inquire at J. W. Baker
ranch Vz mile east of Libby or
Phone 221-J-5.
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LOST:—Boy's brown sweater and
Girl's tan head scarf. Allen Camp
bell.
1c
Lib-_
TEKOA WINS TOURNEY
(Continued Loxr. P a ge Dne)
B. Nelson went the route for the
winners, holding the Idaho team to
2 hits while a parade of pitchers for
Bonners Ferry gave up 15 safeties.
Nelson and Currier; R. Guthrie,
Reynor and Neumayer.
Libby won the right to play Te
|koa in the semi-finals by defeating
' the favored Simchuk Brothers of
Spokane 8 to 7 in the 2nd game Sat
urday. Libby scored the winning
run in the top half of the tenth
inning when Syskowski was hit by
a pitched ball and was forced at
second by Smith who went from
1st to 3rd on a single by Jim Rob
erts. Presley then drilled another
single thru the infield to score
Smith.
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The winning pitcher was Syskow
ski who struck, out 9 and gave up
15 hits, and the loser was Ander
son, the third Simchuk pitcher.
The box score:
Libby
G. Smith, ss .
J, Roberts, 2b .
J. Presley, c .
Gehring, lb .
D. Thompson, If ... 5
F. Spencer, cf
F. Vignali, 3b
Larson, rf ....
Syskowski, p
TOTALS
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4
2
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1
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0
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1
2
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8
12
6
Simchuk
Aden, cf .
Lappano, 2 b ..
Hunter, rf 4
Simchuk, If .
Hunter, rf
Wilkinson, 3b
Cameron, ss
Hastings, c .
McGrow, p
Miller, p
Anderson, p
TOTALS
2B—Smith, Gehring, Spencer, Sys
kowski, Aden, Simchuk; 3B—-Sys
kowski, Pradella; SO—Syskowski
9; Wilkinson 2, McCrow 1, Miller
2, Anderson 3; BB—Syskowski 1,
McCrow 1, Miller 2, Anderson 2.
Saturday night's game between
the Bonner Lumberjacks and Kim-j
berley, B. C., was another wild
scoring game with Bonner winning
12 to 1. .Art Prévis pitched six
I hit ball for the Lumberjacks and
shared batting honors with Dou
cette, each getting 2 hits.
Batteries.—Carlson and Lannan;
Prévis and Sowre.
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In the final game of the first
round Sunday afternoon Levitch
Jewelers rolled over Troy 12 to 3.
They jumped off to a 4 run lead
in the 1st inning and were never
threatened. Levitch rightfielder
Barton paced their 14 hit attack
on Harp Turnbull with two singles
and a double.
Wouters, Jeweler pitcher, held
the Troy nine to 6 hits, 2 of them
by A1 Anderson, and struck out 8.
Batteries:—Turnbull»and Winslow
Wouters and Williams.
Sunday afternoon's first semi
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SPECIALS FOR
September
9th and 10th
LIBBY GROCERY
CHICKEN GIBLET GRAVY
Lyndons .
TUNA FLAKES
Van Camps Yellowtail
VEAL LOAF
Cudahy's .
21c
7 tAte
DELRICH
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MARGARINE
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37c
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Flats
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32c
7 ounce tin
WHOLE GREEN BEANS
Flay-R-Pac
33c
AT POPULAR PRICES
No. 2 can
WELCH'S TOMATO JUICE
47 ounce 32c
MORNING DELIVERY LEAVES STORE AT 11:00 A. M. PLEASE ORDER
BEFORE 10:45. AFTERNOON DELIVERIES ALL HOURS.
GOTFREDSON'S MEATS
Phone 130X
Free Delivery
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Arm or Blade Cut
pound
pound
pound
pound
45c
BEEF POT ROAST.
BEEF RIB STEAKS.
%
SIRLOIN STEAKS .
MORRELLS JOWL BACON
55c
59c
25c
FRESH ROASTING AND FRYING CHICKENS AND RABBITS
FRESH OYSTERS—LARGE OR SMALL
final game saw Hal Tushoff, Te
koa southpaw, throttle the cham
pionship hopes of the Libby Keg
lers as he set them down with 2
hits while striking out 15. The fi
nal score after the game was called
in the last half of the 8th was 12
to 0 m favor of Tekoa.
The box score:
Libby
G. Smith, ss-p ...
J. Roberts, 2b ...
Presley, c .
Syskowski, lb
Thompson, If ...
Solem, If .
F. Spencer, cf
F. Vignali, 3b .
Larson, rf-ss .
B. Roberts, rf
'Gehring, p
Christianson
TOTALS
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0
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2
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0
0
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0
0
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3
0
0
1
2
0
0
0
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0
0
1
2
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
26
0
2
Tekoa
P. Lyden, ss
Henton, lb ,
Goldberg, if
J. Lyden, cf ,
Nelson, rf ...
Currin, c ...
Bloxom. 3b
Riggg, 2b .
Tushoff, p . .4
TOTALS
2B—Lyden, Riggs; 3B—P. Lyden;
HR—Nelson; SO—Gehring 7, Smith
1, Tushoff 15; BB—Gehring 3, Tus
hdff 3; HO—Gehring 12, Smith 1,
Tushoff 2; WP—Tushoff; LP—Geh
ring.
The outstanding pitching perfor
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RCA PORTABLE RADIO
(Electric and Battery)
Like New-Used Only 8 Motiths
$37.50 ($20 Less Than New Price)
PARTLOW ELECTRIC CO.
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A Union Shop—Member Since 1925
PHONE 182

INSURANCE
REAL ESTATE
Will sell or take late model car or trailer house as
down payment on 3 room modern cabin on South
Libby with 50 ft. corner frontage, completely fur
nished, even to electric refrigerator.
6*6 Acres—12 miles fröm town on highway, elec
tricity available, one three-room home,- also a two
bedroom home, both of which are rented. $1,000.00
down payment will handle, balance like rent.
Two 25 ft. corner building lots in Troy, near school.
Full price $200.00; $50.00 down will handle, balance
monthly payments.
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INSURANCE
REAL ESTATE
MAURER REALTY
PHONE 93—Residence Phone 86-J
mances of the tournament were
witnessed Sunday night by a capac
ity crowd in the other semi-final
clash between Bonner and the Lev
itch Jewelers.
Big Gene Conley, 6 ft. 7 in., 17
year-old Levitch pitcher bested 18
year old Curtis Barclay of Bonner,
as he shut the Lumberjacks out
with three scratch singles, all by
John Eaheart. Barclay, facing the
heavy hitting Jeweler club, gave up
8 hits to account for the 4 runs
scored by the Spokane team.
Strikeouts were plentiful during
the evening as Conley was credited
with 14 and Barclay with 11.
The Jewelers win enabled them
to move into the finals with the
Tekoa Smokers.
Batteries:—Conley and Williams;
Barclay and Sowre.
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