The Dillon Daily Tribune (Dillon, Mont.) 1941-1962, May 06, 1947, Image 3

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‘■ ü ip - w — t ’ . ■ ''' f ‘~. , ‘i f i i í m ^ m s s a m , TüBSDAT, M A Y 6 , 1947, T H E D I L L O N D A I L Y T R I B U N E 4 - Classified Ads. f o r >* s a l e - m i s c e l l a n e o u s 9 BOR S A L E — S P E E D Q U E E N w a sher, $85, phone 101-R a fte r ; 5 p. m, ■ FO R S A L E — 1940 B U I C K Super 4 D eluxe, 4-door phone 481. sedalo, .1 1 ,4 9 9 , .. M IS C E L L A N E O U S 16 M A Y O T X C K B A R G A I N S F R O M H a rtw ig’s H l-T e s t H a tchery. W e h a v e :q u a lity A u s tra-W h itea hatching' M a y 5, 12, 19 and 2 6 ; N e w H a m p shire Reda M a y 8 . Farmers Invited! TREE Farmhand S I O V 2 HOURS OF ENTERTAINMENT MOVIE \Mobile Power Farming” shows newest methods of saving your back when doing dozens of farm fobs; shows waysto lighten work and save dollars. Come for a good time! ONE FREE HYDRAULIC FARMHAND GIVEN AWAY J S S U , PLUS OTHER F^EE GIFTS Thursday, May 8, 8 P. M. New Building, No. Montana Street P. J. LOVELL CO. V © Authorized Farmhand dealer SUNDAY, M A Y 11 W e have gifts that will tell her of your love and devotion 1 i Give H er C andy W H ITM A N S — DAVENPORTS — GALES GIFT SUGGESTIONS i-r: Elgin Am erican Com p a c ts Eversharp Pens and Pencils Lentheric, Tabu, C a r a Nome - Cosmetics . Cornb ancT Brush S$ts MANY OTHER'LOVELY GIFTS W e w ill include 10 Free Chicks p e r hundred fo r orders on these dates. Started b ig E n g lish Leg­ horn -cock e r e ls fo u r w eeks did or better, .n o fu s s , no bother, excellent fo r table use a t very attractive pricey C a l us a t 30- j o r address H a rtw ig’s H i- T e s t H a tchery, B o x 746, Dillon, M o n t D O U B L E D E C K B U N K B E D S — like new, com p lete with two m a ttresses, priced $18.95 each, freigh t prepaid any destination in M o n tana, Idaho o r W y o m ing. W r ite us fo r special prices in lots o f ten or m o re. M c G a ffick Service and Firestone Store, H e lena, M o n tana. WILL ACCEPT SEALED bids on sale of building now occupied by Fanner’s Union Trading Co., located at comer of Sebrèe and Montana streets, until June 1. Building must .be moved or torn down by June 10. Joe i White, Montana Auto Sales. ! NEW FLORAL SLIPCOVERS j for Davenports, studios and ' chairs at Winn’s. L E G IO N TO N A M E O F F IC E R C A N D ID A T E S Nomination of, officers will be one of the important business features of the meeting of Beav­ erhead Post of the -American Le­ gion scheduled for Thursday ev­ ening at 8 o’clock at Margo’s. Nominations will remain ojien until the June meeting when el­ ectron will take place. Command­ er Farnum Schuyler urges that all members plan to attend Thurs­ day’s meeting. The Legion will also discuss plans for participating in the coming Boy’s State program to be held at the Normal college August 10 to 19. Committee Vice-. Chairman J. V, McCarthy has re­ vealed that so far four local or­ ganizations, Rotary, Elks, Mason­ ic Lodge and America^ Legion, have agreed to sponsor one boy, i. each and there is a possibility that Ted Harper Post of Wisdom may also agree to a sponsorship. It is expected that 300 boys from every county in Montana will be in attendance at Boys’ State, the first ever to be held in Mon­ tana. i RECITALS SET \ Nellie Little Poole has announ­ ced dates for her piano and ac- cordian recitals. May 19 and 21 have been set aside as the dates and the programs will be held at the high school auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. A . . L. McArthur returned Monday fronpi' Chatan- ooga, Tenn. where they took del­ ivery of a flew wrecker for Da­ vis, Motors which they drove to Dillon. They made the trip to Tennessee by plane. N O T IC E T O CR ED ITO R S IN T H E D IS T R IC T C O U R T O F T H E F I F T H J U D IC IA L D I S T - T R IC T O F T H E S T A T E O F M O N T A N A , IN A N D F O R T H E C O U N T Y O F B E A V E R ­ H E A D . In the M a tter o f the E s ta t e o f P A T R IÔ K L A D E N (also known SS P A T L A D E N ,) Deceased. E s ta t e o f . P A T R I C K L Â D E N , Deceased. N o tice Is hereby given by thé undersigned executor o f the estate o f P A T R I C K L A D E N , deceased, to the creditors o f» and a l l per­ sons having d a i m s against the said deceased; to exhibit them , w ith the necessary vouchers w ith­ in ten m o n ths, a f t e r the first publication o f this notice, to the said executor a t T h e L a w O ffices o f Theodore F . M cFadden, in the Telephone B u ilding in the C ity o f D illon, M o n t , th e Datais being the place: fo r th e , transaction o f the b a d n e s s o f said estate, in the O o u n ty o f Beaverhead, State o f M o n tana. . - JO H N W . L A D E N E x e c u t f r - d f the E s tate o f L & tfB N , BEAVERHEAD COUNTY H IG H SC H O O L M U S IC DEPARTMENT SPRING MUSIC FESTIVAL Featuring O R C H E S T R A , P IA N O ENSEMBLE, BRA S S Q U IN T E T /SO L O S , B A N D B. C. H. S. Auditorium Admiisloiv 67c plus 13c la»- ■ , ' / 80c Total. M A Y — T h u r s d a y , Studenb 50c plus l0c _ 8:15 O clock. 60c Total. PR O C E E D S W IL L BE USED TO SEN D M U S IC DEPARTM E N T STUDENTS T O H E L E N A FO R THE DISTRICT M U S IC MEET I !- For the Ride of a Lifetime — TRY THE NEW ES. ROYAL ^ 3 ^ You’ve never had a more comfort - able ride than the one we want to give you on our demonstration set of new U. S, Royal Air Ride Tires. The Air Ride holds more cushion­ ing air at lower air pressure. It gives you more restful riding, better car control, longer, safer service; We’re waiting now—to show you what the sensational new Air Ride can do I BUY O N THE BUDGET PLAN Montana Auto Sales u s R O Y A L D ILLO N , M O N T A N A PHONE 300 PEEK A B O O ItfTMette b just .far you.. .a new exquisite design enraptured . is totting detafl on a cool American Peek-a-boo m e * colors os gay as the' coming of Spring... _

The Dillon Daily Tribune (Dillon, Mont.), 06 May 1947, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.