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to a Quack Doctor? !t ii /# •Jtn il Or to one who is a professional . . . One who is experienced and has the proper knowledge for the job to do. . . . With our SUN equipment there is no guess work. Give your car the best in care. For 24 Hour Wrecker Service Call 78 i<j LIBBY MOTORS S. R. SMART & H. B. STORDOCK PHONE 78 Mineral At*. DODGE • PlVmOUTH I DODGE Job-Rated TRUCKS EUREKA NEWS FROM PAGE -—---;-! Mr. and Mrs. Homer Garrison spent Saturday in Kalispell business. Jack Stevens and Kenny Gwynnj made a business trip to Seattle Mr. and Mrs. John Buhmiller Kalispell spent Sunday in Eureka with friends. Lillian Circle met for their first meeting after a two month's vaca-1 tion at the home of Mrs. Merle Fish er at Rexford on Wed., Sept. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Fergerson are Thursday. , , . ■» , the proud parents of a baby daugh ter, Bonnie Louise, born at the Kal ispell hospital Sept. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cole and _ , _ , daughter, Darlene, spent Sunday viewing the Hungry Horse dam m ■ after which they visited relatives in Kalispell. Kenny Gwynn spent Tuesday in Kalispell on business. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Howe of Roose-! ville spent Thursday in Kalispell. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Price, Sr., spent Saturday in Kalispell. They were accompanied by Mrs. Burgess Drake Jerry Shaw was a business visitor in Kalispell, Monday of this week. He was accompanied by his father Many Eureka folks enjoyed plane rides over the valley Sunday. Corinne Roe left Tuesday for St. Louis, Mo., to continue her studies at the St. Louis Medical Univer sity. in-law, Mr. Black. The Border 4-H club held its meeting Sept. 16. There will be one more meeting this year. Mr. Fuller has been meeting with us. The boys had several nice ani Bill Roe left Monday for Moscow, where he will be a senior at the university of Idaho. Border 4-H Meets Sept. 16 ^ Æ- - ; < î h \ ^7 . r r t ? % A sv Hll tai k v rr "Tty CJolden 'Pawn Buy GOLDEN DAWN high quality Milk, Cream, Butter, Ice Cream, Cottage Cheese and Buttermilk. • SEE THE DEEP CREAM LINE— • ENJOY THE FRESHER FLAVOR 20c per Quart at your market or delivered • LIBBY CREAMERY • C. H. Doxtater, Manager 8 1 rrals at the fair this vear The projects were as follows: beef breed | ing. Darrell and Delbert Stark, on Raymond and Robert Starling and i Jimmie Rein. Darrell and Delbert Stark placed first, Robert and Ray on, mond Starling, 2nd. Darrell Stark's being granted grand champion. ofj Hog fattening: George. Johnson. i Glen Helms. Jimmie Rein, and 1 Roger Helms. Roger Helm s hog placed 1st. George Johnson and Jimmie Rein's 2nd Roger Helm's! was awarded the grand champion] ! prize. ■ . At the elimination judging con test Glen Helms won on the beef, This and Roger Helms on hogs, was a County 4-H Contest held at the Starling and Sherman ranches Qj en anc j Roger won a weeks' trip 1 to Bozeman. There have been j three boys on the Border 4-H who have been awarded trips this year ! Raymond Starling won a trip to ; I Lewiston for writing an essav on ! so jj conservation, * MOUNTAIN VIEW R. N. A. I MEETS SEPTEMBER 14 > I ! held its regular meeting Sept. 14. ! with Oracle Mary Chappel pre siding. Twenty-five members were present, ved by neighbors, Mabel Solem. Marie Nicholson, Peggy Kilpatrick and Alice Kilpatrick, ■ Mountain View R. N. A. lodge A delicious lunch was ser KILL ATHLETES FOOT TE-OL BEST SELLER" SAYS LIBBY PHARMACY HERE'S THE REASON. The germ grows deeply. You must REACH it I to KILL it. TE-OL, containing 90 | p e r c e n t alcohol, PENETRATES, ( Reaches more germs. Your 35c : ba ck from any druggist if not leased IN ONE HOUR. 1 -—— ! ■i D 1 I t We invite YOU to COME IN and LOOK our stock Coil Spring & Innerspring Mattress Both for $10.00 over pii hi V, I on i i • Upon purchase of our 1 »3 .V.a Kp F 1 I ■REffi V ,1 I HHlit -I I Beautiful 5-Piece «gjy iTI BEDROOM SUITE v : L at the regular price of .1 -a* s $ 189.50 You Receive for ONLY TEN EXTRA DOLLARS A COIL SPRING AND INNERSPRING MATTRESS Styled by CRAFTMASTER A $54.00 Value • vl<l v -X? Only 2 sets at this amazing offer W* One Bleached Walnut and One ■ V " Walnut. FREE! FREE! 18-Piece Sierra Ware Breakfast Set » /»I Ü f m When vou buv one of our SPECIAL PRICED CHROME SETS tsf Receive FREE one 18-piece set of BREAKFAST DISHES Balboa Plastic Top 5-pc. Chrome Set $120.00 Value-Only $ 99.50 Formica Plastic Top 5-pc. Chôme Set $120.00 Value-only $ 99.50 [v !? - if V U ' I One Only-Tapestry Covered ! Daveno & Platform Rocker Set ■ ss II 1 COFFEE TABLE, Mohogany 2 END TABLES, Mahogany 2 TABLE LAMPS $200.00 : !Ml uittmii mi $ 154.50 itsnimuti VALUE ONE - HI-LOOP FIGURED FRIEZE DAVENO & CHAIR SET 1 SMOKER 1 FLOOR LAMP (4-way) $ 265.00 1 COFFEE TABLE, Walnut 2 END TABLES, Walnut $ 315.00 VALUE SAMSON CARD TABLE and METAL CHAIR SET Table with 2 Chairs.$13.85 $23.75 \ i v l i i\ X Table with 4 Chairs x i \ Kootenai Mercantile Co Libby, Montano Furniture Department