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National Forest Timber For Sale Oral or written bids will be re ceived by the Forest Supervisor at the office of the Forest Supervisor, Kootenai National Forest, Libby, Montana, up to 2:00 P. M., October 10, 1949, for all live timber marked or designated for cutting and all merchantable dead timber standing or down located on an area em bracing about 150 acres within Sec tion 3, T. 33 N., R. 33W., and Sec tions 26 and 34, T. 34 N.. R. 33 W., M. P. M., Yaak Falls, Kootenai Na tional Forest, Montana, estimated to be 300 M ft. b. m. larch, more or less. No bid of less than $4.50 r M for larch will be considered, addition to payments for stump age, purchaser will be required to deposit into special funds in the Treasury of the United States, $1.25 per M for total timber cut to cover costs of slash disposal. $450 must be deposited with each bid, to be applied on the purchase price, re funded, or retained in part as liq uidated damages, according to con ditions of sale. A bond of not less than $200 will be required. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved. Before bids are submit ted, full information concerning the timber, the conditions of sale, and the submission of bids should be obtained from the Forest Super visor, Libby, Montana. (2t - Sept, 8 & Oct. 6) h ?n NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Notice is hereby given that sealed bids for the construction of the im provements at the Libby Hatchery, Libby, Montana, hereinafter de scribed will be received by the State Fish and Game Commission at the office of the Commission in Helena, Montana, until 11:00 A. M. on Sep tember 12, 1949, the bids being pub licly opened and read immediately thereafter: Two (2) Standard Double Race way Type Reinforced Concrete Fish Rearing Ponds, complete with in take dam, water supply pipes, drain pipes, service connections, expan sion-contraction joints, screen slots, and dam boards. Plans, forms of contract and bond proposal blanks and full instruc tions are on file for examination and may be obtained at the office of the Fish and Game Commission in Helena, Montana. State Fish and Game Commission A. A. O'CLAIRE, Secretary (3t Aug. 25 - Sept. 1-8) ALIAS SUMMONS No. 2395 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF LINCOLN J. NEILS LUMBER COMPANY, a corporation, Plaintiff —vs— PISGAH HOME MOVEMENT, also known as PISGAH HOME MOVEMENT, INC., a California corporation; LINCOLN COUNTY, a body corporate and legal sub division of the State of Montana: ANDY MARY the unknown heirs of SWANSON, deceased; SWANSON, both as administratrix of the estate of ANDY SWANSON, deceased, and individually, if liv ing, or the unknown heirs and de of the said MARY SWAN SON, if deceased; J. C. H. Me KNIGHT, or the unknown heirs or devisees of J. C. H. Mc KNIGHT, if deceased; SALLIE E. McKNIGHT, or the unknown heirs of SALUE E. McKNIGHT, if de ceased; all unknown owners; and all persons, unknown, claiming or who might claim any right, title, estate or interest in, or lien or en cumbrance upon, the real property described in the Complaint, or any thereof, adverse to plaintiffs title thereto, whether such claim or pos sible claim be present or contingent, including any claim or possible claim of dower, inchoate or accrued, Defendants. THE STATE OF MONTANA to the above named defendants and to all other persons, unknown; GREETING; You are hereby sum moned to answer the Complaint in this action which is filed in the of fice of the Clerk of this Court, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, and to file your answer visees NEW GEM-TONE Costume Jewelry * EARRINGS * PINS PENDANTS * 3-Day Watch Repair Service Electronic Regulation Will close at 4:00 o'clock September 10th WYATT Watch Repair and Gift Shop 512 Min. Ave. - Libby and serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's attorney within 20 days »XX .74-4 in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the demanded in the Complaint. This action is brought for the purpose of quieting title to the land situated in Lincoln County, Mon tana, described as follows; Lots Four (4) and Five (5) or the West Half of the Northwset Quarter (W 1 ^ NWVi) of Section Eight (8) in Township Thirty (30) North of Range Thirty (30) West, M. M., according to the official map or plat thereof on file and of record in the of fice of the Clerk and Recorder for Lincoln County, Montana. WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of said Court this 6th day of September, 1949. (COURT SEAL) FRED F. CLARK Clerk of Court SMITH McNEILL Libby, Montana Attorney for Plaintiff 4t - Sept. 8-15-22-29) REXFORD NEWS Mrs. Art Fleming accompanied her son, Lester and wife for a visit in San Jose, Calif. Mrs. Harry Butts and children left the latter part of the week for eastern Montana. Mrs. Butts will teach school 15 miles south of Gala ta. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert La Voie and children of Spokane were guests at the home of Mrs. La Voie's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Brock for a few days the past week, Bunn Knotts left the first of the week for Portland, Ore., where he will make his home. Mrs. Knotts has been living in Portland for some time. She has employment in that city. Mrs. Sterba and son, Frank, of Kalispell were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Sterba 's daugh ter, Mrs. Bud Leighty. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson of Missoula spent the double holiday at the home of Mrs. Anderson's mother. Mrs. Gordon Leigh. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kins and family of Libby were callers at the Bud Fleming home Monday. Greater power per gallon Lower cost per load 4 ! i ■ Jfl You've found »he answer if you're looking for a truck with a master load of power plus record smashing economy. 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Established 191« JAQUETH'S, INC. 395 Mineral Ave. Libby, Montana Phone 54 Bill Ross came from Kalispell Monday to take Bill Brown to that S? »%rô^ h ,r4Sdïn c £.«: 1 ford during the summer months, Mrs. Florence Eaton of Kalispell relief!spent the double holiday with her sister and mother, Mrs. Ella Mar vel and Mrs. Lucy Head, ^in Mr. and Mrs. A. Erickson of Har guests at the Bud Leighty were home Monday. Mrs. Emma Doble who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ken neth Kins in Ekalaka came here to attend the funeral of her grandson, Keith Doble. Carroll Gates was a caller in Kal ispell the first of the week. i Mrs. Alma Ross and Mrs. Jen nie Truman of Kalispell are stay- ] ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Doble for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Good are mov- j ing to Libby Tuesday to spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Shif lett and family will live on the Good • ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marks were visitors in Whitefish over the week - ( end. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson have sold their home to Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Anderson, and have moved their household furnishings to Eur eka. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ruthford and children have rented Mrs. Clara Hurst's home and will reside there during the school year. j I I j MORE AUTO INSURANCE FOR YOUR MONEY It will pay you to Phone or See TED KESSEL PHONE 196W 509 MINERAL AVE. Yes—Remember us For Fire - Life - and other lines of Insurance Protection. I Mrs. Alfred Smith and son and]has daughter spent Wednesday Thursday in Columbia Falls. C. B. Chisam returned last week from a Visit with relatives in Perrv, Okla A. R. Tuxill Jr. will leave this week for Bozeman, where he will attend college. TO RAISE S43.000 FOR Ü. S. O. FUND Browning, Sept. 7—(Special)—I Mrs. Bertha L. Gold of Browning Blackwell Excavating Specializing in BASEMENTS AND DITCH DIGGING By the hour or free Estimates Given SAND and GRAVEL Phone 306 • Libby announced that the United Ser and;vice Organizations will raise $43, j I 000 in Montana for 1950 operating Painting - Paper Hanging and Calcimining - CALL WILBUR G. COLE Libby, Mont. Phone 271-R WHY BOTHER ABOUT THE HIGH PRICE OF OIL? Get a Pioneer One-Man Sow and CUT YOUR OWN FUEL Can make immediate delivery on Pioneer One and Two-Man Saws—also the McCullough Saw. A COMPLETE LINE OF MISCO AND LARRO FEEDS ON HAND AT ALL TIMES PAUL STAMSCHROR'S Farm Supply Store Libby, Montana Phone 60-W funds in a drive beginning Oct 3. Mrs. Gold is state campaign chair man.