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Horse Notes
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Ostrand - Fern Steffes
. parmerT - Bowman, has
oh» 'T 14 lots in the Damtown
»"J is starting construction
' Jral cabins.
of Norman
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Richleau
fashioned
Sunday and had
house raising
worked while the
a big picnic lunch,
had a wonderful
still a bachelor,
Bill tells us that a
be in order and
old
Tbe men
prepared
I everyone
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his R' end
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bride
threshold.
Matthews
several days visit with
in Missoula,
and Mrs. Grey were
Seattle over the week
bought lots from Holl
and will return
start building a hotel,
owns a large beauty
returned Mon
jlark
from
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from
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Wagner
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Seattle.
Z Baden of Kalispell is the
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who are putting up a
for a bar on High
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Under
L building
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L Don Edmondsons are en
•nng their cafe to provide twice
j present seating capacity,
j l Barnes and Ted I. Walton
have started con
Spokane
the Damtown cafe.
Ben Edmonson
ruction on
Hr. and Mrs.
to Great Falls Thursday,
returned Sunday night ac
tnpanied by their son Leon who
/remained in Great Falls to
list the school term.
Brenner and Dan Lan
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Herman
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Shea this week.
John Bader, part owner of the
Hungry Horse Lumber company
bought a house in this area He
is expecting his family to join
him soon.
Mrs. Margaret Roberts, Colum
bia Falls returned from San Di
ego this week and is visiting her
son Don Edmondson and his fa
mily.
Mr. and Mrs. Voss from :
bought two lots next to the
tavern. They plan to build a large
building and use part of it for a
meat market.
The Ted Andersons, Whitefish
have purchased a lot on the high
way on which they will build
second hand store.
Harold and Homer Bauers are
putting in a sidewalk in front of
their place.
Art and Ray Tangmo, Seattle
and Missoula, purchased one of
the Nash buildings in South Fork.
They will open a shoe store.
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by Mrs. Phil Stevens
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hat is so rare as a day in June?
en, i ever, come perfect days;"
Leistner's
Furniture & Hardware
GENERAL LINE OF FURNITURE, HARDWARE,
AND TOOLS
Davano & Chair Sets starting at
$99.50
Inner spring mattresses and box springs, from $49.50
PLOMB TOOLS — BY THE PIECE OR SET
See Us for all your needs
48 2nd Ave West
Kalispell
Auction Sale
FRIDAY NITE
STARTS AT 7 P. M.
been written about
i s reol , K ", Fork - ° ld mother nature
„ y knockm £ herself
^ Parts '
The Forest service crew have
repaired the bridges at Trail creek
and Whale creek and washout
Rabbit hill.
The summer home of Dr. Cul
vertson, Kalispell, located
Kintla ranch,
out up
at
near
was carried away
by the high water of the Flathead
river.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Day spent
Wednesday evening at the Stevens
ranch.
Mrs. M. J. Greenshields has
turned to her home in Polebridge
after spending the winter in White
fish.
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Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Braden
and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Sherman
spent Memorial day weekend at
their summer home at Trail Creek.
Sunday afternoon they
ertained at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Peterson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Wilson and
two sons moved from Kalispell
to Kintla ranch May 28.
were ent
Mrs. E. P. Jex and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Holcomb called on Mr. and
I Mrs. R. Stevenson at the Canad
ian customs station Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holcomb
are spending a few days in Kal
ispell.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Jex, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Block, and Mrs. Dan
Block spent a couple of days in
Kalispell this week. When they
returned, Mr. Block was driving
a new Mercury. Nice going, Walt.
your correspondent
has a bicycle to make the four
mile trek to the mail box and
back, her dogs have invented a
new game. They call it "Let's
run in front of her and see which
one gets bumped first." This win
ter their favorite game was "Let's
go to the dump pile and see who
can carry the most home."
Never a dull moment here.
Now that
Repeat Grange Plays
Repeat performance of two of
the plays given last week by the
Stillwater and Bad Rock granges
will be given at the Bad Rock
Held Over
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grange hall tomorrow, Saturday
at 8:30.
The Bad Rock play, "Among
Us Girls," is cast with Betty Lei
ghty, leading lady, supported by
Emma Leighty, Elma Donaldson,
Ruth Rayola, and Grace Hall.
Stillwater's farce comedy," The
Dummy" with Vernon and Thelma
Johnson, Mrs. Joe Rhodes, Har
old Tutvedt and Carl Grosswiler
as characters. Both plays were en
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Mt. View Tavern
MODERN — OPEN EVERY NIGHT
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EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT
The Top Hat
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SATURDAY NIGHTS
'A good place to have a good time with your friends'
Located: 7 miles south of Columbia Falls in High
way No. 2. 11 miles east of Kalispell on Highway 2.
joyed by a record crowd at Still
water grange ladies are asked to
bring cakes.
Grange activities in the near
future include a Pomona picnic
at Lake Blaine Sunday, June 27,
when east side granges will play
west side granges at baseball. Carl
Grosswiler and Rue Carr will be
captains. An all western costume
dance will be held July 3 at the
Odd Fellows hall, Kalispell.
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Well, that's' sorta true, at
that. Cause the only kind of
prices you'll find at the old
Montana Trading Post are
GIVE-AWAY prices. Of course,
I do expect my customers to
leave just a LITTLE money—
but they always find that pen
nies do the work of dollars
here.
Army Officer Type
DRESS
OXFORDS
$ 5.95
Wear 'em on your feet —
wear 'em on your hands —
but at this price you can't
afford NOT to wear 'em
someplace! Brown shoes
with plain toe — take high
polish. All sizes. Underpric
ed about 4 bucks.
Get Out
And Stay
Out!
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And don't go back in the
house till winter comes. Enjoy
the ■ great outdoors while yon
can — and here's just the stuff
to help you do it:
Air Mattress
It's 72 inches long, 27 inches
wide. For inflated comfort at
a deflated price.
$12.95
Army Flashlight $1.15
Brand new, complete with
two batteries and a bulb. It's
heavy on one end, but LIGHT
on the other.
Canteen, cover & cup 65c
The government's not the
ONLY bunch with a surplus of
these things. We got 'em, too!
Insect Repellent
The pest is none too good.
Get rid of him!
10c
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This is a gen-u-ine Kearney
& Foot file that'd cost you 95c
most anywhere else. Just the
right size to bake into a cake.
65c
DuPont Car Wax
Large can of Speedy Wax —
the EASY way to make your
old car look like a 1949 model.
Of course, there's one little
technicality—you gotta apply
the stuff, then polish it.
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$1.59
Coat Rack
Slips over the seat of your
holds 12 coat hangers.
car
Now you won't be wiping your
feet on that "other" suit of
clothes.
I got two things to remind
you of: (1) Lissen to my
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