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CLASSIFIED
Classified advertising running in
this column is charged (or at the
rate of 3e per word per issue with a
minimum charge of 20c 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
DOME
THEATRE
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
SEPTEMBER 23-24
WALT DISNEY'S . . .
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Melody Time
(Technicolor)
ROY ROGERS
and All-Star Cast
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DISNEY • - - "Woodland Cafe'
COMEDY - - "No More Relatives"
SUNDAY and MONDAY
SEPTEMBER 25-26
Humphrey Bogart and
George Macready
in
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Knock On Any
Door
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Action-crammed, red-blooded
Drama!
CARTOON
'Grape Nutty'
-NEWS
Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday
September 27-28-29
Mr. Belvedere Goes
To College
-starring
Clifton Webb and
Shirley Temple
Belvedere is here again ! !
DISNEY - - - "Three Little Figs
AMERICA - - - "Our Daily Bread"
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on the weather
in a TOTKVU
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THE TOPCOAT WITH COMFORT CONTROL"*
Identified by this famous weather dial.
The coat that works full lime. With
"Comfort Control," • it's light when
It's cool, warm when it's cold...wind
resistant, wrinkle-resistant, too. Tht
perfect year-round coat. In luxurious
exclusive Cheviot weaves.
Gabardines and Coverts
in the new' fall colors.
AS SKIN InSFTSII
Miller's Clothing
Store
"Always First in Fashions
For Sale:—Used furniture. Zenith
refrigerator, Easy spin-dry washer,
Chrome dinette set, dining table and
buffet, and wood circulating heater.
Phone 20. Charles Higgins. Troy. 1c
- o , », :—:-——
For Sale:—New, just completed
modern 2 bedroom house. A real
buy at $5,000. Call or write M. L.
West. Eureka. H-tfc
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For Sale;—Very desirable two bed-!I
room home. Beautiful yard. Four
full corner lots. $2000 down, balance
like rent. No phone calls. Inquire
Tinker's Service Station.
13-tfc
S fin^ Wh WnnH^ffIlf le K , Mon
Phone 138-*R Wonderful baker ^
For Sale;—Apples at Kootenai Gar
dens. Wealthy, Macintosh. Pick
lina and Jellv Crab aooles Brina
containers y PP if
containers. _^
For Sale;—Hotpoint Electric Range.
In good condition. $25. C. S. Olsen,
Troy Mont lx
_
For Sale:—Blue Tapestry Bed and
Daveno. $15. Box 1019. Wm. Shawl
lx
For Sale:—1948 Pontiac Streamliner
4-door sedan. Low mileage, heater,
spotlight, fender panels, bumper
guards, fog lights, radio. $1895.00.
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For Sale:—Horse, saddle or pack.
Inquire Tillacum ranch, Troy or
phone Troy 55-F-4.
19-2x
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For Sale:—30-30 Winchester rifle.
Mrs. H. W. Redfield, 308 Idaho Ave.
l x
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For Sale or Trade for Cattle.—Elec
troday stove. Coldspot refrigerator
Phone 53-M. Jim Tubbs, Troy.
For Sale;—Electric washing ma
18-4x
chine, 2 small kitchen tables, 1 high
chair, 1 dish cupboard, 1 electric
portable radio, 1 white enameled
wood stove, and many other small
articles.—Mrs. Frances Filiatreau,
Eureka, Montana. 18-4c
_
Good drv larch
16 inches length un
less otherwise specified. $12.50 per
cord. Lots $4.50 per single rick.
Cash on delivery. Call or leave
orders at "Decker Food Market."
Phone 0233.
For Sale:—Wood,
body wood.
18-2x
For Good Dry Wood—See Don Bill.
18-3x
711 Dakota.
For Sale:—Practically new Duo
Therm Oil Heater. Circulator blow
18-2x
er. R. N. Little.
>t
__For
For Sale; — Pasture and straw;
Wealthy apples, fetch boxes; apple
cider after Oct. 1; Wheat and
ground feed. W. R. Smith, Eureka.
18-3x
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For Sale:—25 Does and 3 Bucks and
Hutches. W. R. Price. Libby.
FOR SALE:—Desk Blotters, several
colors. The Western News.
lx
For Sale;—Chevrolet truck in good
condition. New motor. Has flat
bed and rack. $450.00. Wesley
Blanchard, Troy, Mont. 19-3c
'39 Packard 5-passenger coupe for
sale. Recently overhauled; excel
lent rubber. Reasonable. Nicholas
Motors. i9-2c
Where Your $ Is Worth 100 Cents
WHERE YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD . . . AND YOU
CAN BUY FOR MUCH LESS
DON'T FORGET we have the G. I. cushion sole sox . . . Another
shipment of a 100 dozen pairs just received ... All sizes and
new sox at 55c pr. . , . $5.95 dozen.
WE HAVE standard lines of furniture regardless of others claims
to exclusiveness . . . and the savings by dealing with us are reallv
worth while.
16 gauge shot-gun shells only (WOW) 95 cents box.
WAR SURPLUS . . . Tents, tarps, blankets, army airforce coats,
sox, tents, sleeping bags, many other items.
STOP & SHOP
"A compliment is
like a whiff of per
fume: it should be
inhaled, not swal
lowed !"
PHONES:
Store 280
Res.
114
II S TIME
— TO —
FILL ER UP
u
WITH
»
• PERAZONE
• PRESTONE
• or ZEREX
STOP in TODAY for o FREE Check
_ Libby Mobil Service
FOR ALL YOUR NEEDS IN GAS, OILS & TIRES
ED JOHNSON, Dealer
PHONE 311
! A good stock of used pianos on
J hapd. See them at Bowker's Dis
. tributors. ,
J
j For Sale:—An 800 acre Placer Mine
I relinquishment, both the gold and
| the timber on it. It is an ideal and
scen i c location. I am a veteran
nlacer
summers.
1c
miner here for sixty-one
i Old age and poor health
s forcing me to sell it. It is worth
j mvesugatm, See it before snow
I* !es ' Harr Y Howard.
j-—
lx
MISCELLANEOUS
,For Rent:—Sleeping rooms. 21 East
i Second St. Phone 22-M. 2-tfc
boa î; swim, picnic, relax and
p ^ ay . at u *if ul i,
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
s P ace - 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
WANTED TO RENT:—4 or 5 room
unfurnished house. Phone 213-W.
. 17-3x
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WANTED; —Experienced Waitress
for morning shifts. Fountain Cafe,
Libby, Mont. 15-tfc
WANTED:—Washing and Ironing.
W. R. Price. Phone 316-R.
lx
;
! FOUND:—A pair of glasses outside
of the Mountain States Power Co.
j Owner may have same by identify
ing and paying for this ad.
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,
tTe ™ n
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
2-tfc
WANTED:—Clean cotton rags. Lib
b Y Motors, Phone 78, Libby, Mont.
1c
FOR RENT:—Sleeping rooms. 409
Montana. 19-4x
Rent:
house.
Mont.
-
Modern 3 bedroom
L. W. Fetterly, Eureka,
1c
Lost:—Pair Glasses in blue case.—
Earl Lovick, phone 0262-J, Libby, lx
WESTMINISTER FELLOWSHIP
HOLD ELECTION
The Westminister Fellowship of
the Presbyterian church held their
election of officers last Sunday af
ternoon and the following were
elected to office: Moderator, Gloria
Preston; Vic. Mod., Wayne Olson;
Stated clerk, Eleanor Jewell; Treas
urer, Wava Olson.
Sunday afternoon at their reg
ular meeting they will hold their
installation service, when the above
officers will be installed.
Pormenter Valley
Sam F. Rhoades of Killdeer, N.
Dak., arrived by train Saturday af
ternoon for a visit with Mrs. Eyra
Shanholtzer and family. Due to
poor health at the present time,
Mrs. Rhoades was unable to make
the trip, but hopes to come later,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dolezal,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson, Sam F.
Rhoades and Eyra Shanholtzer spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Welch and Shirley Ann.
Sam F. Rhoades visited with Lo
gan Crestwell and Mrs. George
Rouse, Sr., and Bryan Monday af
ternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Welch and
Shirley Ann enjoyed Tuesday with
Mrs. Eyra Shanholtzer, Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Dolezal and Sam
Rhoades.
Sam Rhoades spent Monday even
ing with F. A. Senter.
Frank Robinson, Mr. Yeager and
seven members of the Libby Gar
den club called on Mrs. Shanholt
zer in yard beautification planning
Tuesday.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Clerk and Recorder Fred Clark
issued the following marriage li
censes: George W. McKinney Jr.
(legal age), and Roseanne Mar
garet Davis (legal age), Fortine,
on Sept. 16.
the same day. by Justice of the
Peace, H. B. Wallace.
The Western News Classifieds
are b usiness getters. _
HOSPITAL NOTES
Admitted—Sept. 15—E. W. Butts,
Eureka, medical; Sept. 18—Gordon
Lee Conard, medical.
Released—Sept. 19—Don Ether
ington, Eureka; Sept. 20—Gordon
Lee Conard; Sept. 21—Mrs. Ted
Montgomery and infant; Mrs. Jack
Daggett and infant.
They were married
PILES
(HEMORRHOIDS)
• RECTAL AND COLON
AILMENTS
• STOMACH DISORDERS
TratM VittMt Ittfittl lpritiM<
Mon. through Fri. :10o.m.
to 5 p.m. Evenings: Mon.,
Wed ond Fri., until 8
Write or coll for FREI descriptive booklet
The Dean Clinic
In Our 39th Year
C l Dean, M. D.
Our Founder
1883-1948
CHIROPRACTIC RHVRIOIAHR
H.l. Comer E. Bumsid* and Grand Ava.
Talaphona EAst 391S Portland 14, Ora.
Blackwell
Excavating
Specializing in
BASEMENTS AND
DITCH DIGGING
By the hour or free
Estimates Given
SAND and GRAVEL
Phone 306 - Libby
SPECIALS FOR
September
23rd and 24th
LIBBY GROCERY
FREE
DELIVERY
Phone 130
Accent—Makes Food Flavors Sing . .
Not a flavoring," "Not a Seasoning," "Not a Condiment" intensifies the Natural
Flavors of Soups, Chowders, Meats, Fish, Fowl, Vegetables, Gravies, Salads,
Casserole and Creamed Dishes. Use it on fresh, frozen or canned foods.
2 ounce con .... 49c
3 Great Money Saving Offers of Armours Products!
OFFER NO. 3
Tamales 5c
With purchase of tin of
Armours Chili at regular
price.
OFFER NO. 2
Spaghetti with
Meat Balls 5c
With purchase of tin of
Armours Corned Beef
Hash at regular price.
OFFER NO. 1
Chipped Ham 10c
With purchase of can of
Treet at Regular Price.
OLD RANGER PEACHES.
Buy Them by the Cose-(24 cans)
2Vz size can 28c
.... $6.36
k GOTFREDSON'S MEATS
Phone 130X
Free Delivery
$
A
BEEF POT ROASTS
45«
FRESH LOCAL
COLORED HENS
lb.
49c
Arm or blade
MOCK CHICKEN LEGS
Made of Ground Veal and Pork and
seasoned to taste like
chicken .
For roasting or stewing, lb.
RIB STEAKS
55c
10c
lb.
Nice
ea.
Deluxe size 35c each
CHICKEN TAMALES—reg. size, 20c each
FRESH OYSTERS (all sizes)
FRESH LOCAL FRYERS
REPORTS FROM THE
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
Late Friday night, a pickup
driven by Chris Olsen, of Libby,
was wrecked this side of Waylett's
when the lights went out. The
plunged over the bank and _
badly demolished. The driver was
uninjured.
Saturday, a Chevrolet pickup,
owned and operated by Francis Pet
tit, ran into a Hudson car driven
by John Reed, as he entered onto
+he hirrhwav into it,» ,
I,® hl J. hw , ay mto * he ophite lane
of tr anic from in front of his home j
car
was
Good Luck.
■ ■
to Frank Simurdak and his new
Furniture Store.
WALLACE TRADING POST
SEE THE NEW
FORCED WARM AIR GENERAL ELECTRIC
Portable Electric Heater
This heater is ideal for these cool mornings and
evenings.
PARTLOW ELECTRIC CO.
NEXT TO POSTOFFICE
m
PHONE 182
A Home-Owned Business
REAL ESTATE
INSURANCE
New 6 room home consisting of living-room, kitchen,
2 bed-room, utility room and bath. Garage attached.
68 feet frontage, short distance out of the city limits.
This house has ne v er been lived in and immediate
possession can be given. Priced at $6500.00. Terms.
3 dandy building lots on Montana Ave. Nice loca
tion, total frontage 75 feet. Priced at $750.00. Half
down will handle, balance monthly payments.
REAL ESTATE
MAURER REALTY
INSURANCE
PHONE 93—Residence Phone 86-J
Thursday, September 22, 1949
{about a mile east of town. The im
ipact of the crash pushed both care
off the highway. Reed was given
a ticket for failure to stop when
entering onto the highway, and not
having a driver's license. He was
fined $10 in Justice Wallace's court.
^ , .
1 here wlU 06 a meetm 8 of the
^ibby Saddle Club at my home to
n ?°, rr °w (Friday) evening at 7:30
o clock. All members are urged to
attend.-Wayne C. Wilson. Sec
Treas.
SADDLE CLUB TO HOLD
MEETING FRIDAY NIGHT

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