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PAGE IMRE TRE FLATHEAD comas. Foken. Montana Tharsohti• August 13, 1934. FEEL THE DIFFERENCE You Start Instantly With Conoco Bronze There Is More Miles In Conoco Gas POLSON SERVICE STATION Where You Get More For Your $1.00 • WANT COLUMN Ads in this column charged for as follows: Per line first insertion, be. Each -additional insertion, Sc per line. Count six words to line. WANTED: TWO MEN TO ROOM ,AND board at private home. Next door east of East Side Hotel. 19* FOR SALE: MY BUILDING KNOWN as the Antoine Reapir Shop. One 24x50 room, a shop 18x70, (ow -room apart- ment in rear. Also garage and store room. Waut.to lease all together. 0. J. Antoine. 19-20* WANTED -LOCATION FOR GRO- ceries and meats, with 25 -ft. frontage.? Write 710. 2nd Ave. S. W., Glasgow. Mont. 19* WANTED -25 HEAD OF CATTLE TO pasture. Good pasture with running water. Inquireat Joe's Sandwich Shop. 19' - - - LOST -SMALL BROWN PURSE CON- taining $20 bill and some small change. Finder return to Mrs. Chas. Glattly for reward 19* PARTY WHO LEFT HAT IN ELEC- tion booth at Precinct 31 may have same by calling at this office, identify- ing property and paving for this no- tice. 15 ACRES LAND. IMPROVED BUILD- Inas, water and furnace in house, near city limits. Ideal spot for cabins. In- quire box 792. Poison, Mont. 15tf. TRACTS FOR SALE: 20, 40 AND 80 acres each. Also dairy farm and town property. Save commission: buy from Mark Jensen, owner. • Ttf. WE WILL PAY 50c UNDER SPOKANE prices for fat hogs, weighing 170 pounds or more delivered tb our plant. Write for prices on chickens, veal, lambs and beef cattle. -John R. Daily, Inc.. Mis- soula, Montana, 41tf Clearance Sale -Monuments- West. Mont. Mar. & G. Co., 305 So. 4th St. E.. Missoula. W. W. Walls, Sales Mgr. FOR SALE: 80 ACRE FARM IN VAL- ley VJew. 45 acres under ditch, balance In pasture. Ludwig Anderson. Iltt. FOR SALE: 4 and 8 ROOM MODERN houses. Small payment down, balance like rent. Also several nice lots. In- quire at Courier office 5 • • WANTED TO BUY-LARA3E FRAME building to be wrecked for material. Write A. J. Balfour, Wiese, Mont. 19' FOR AS LITTLE AS 10c A DAY YOU can own a new Singer Electric or treadle sewing machine. Have a full line of new and used machines at my home in Poison. G. A. Thompson. Bond- • ed Representative. Sewing machines. Vacuum cleaners, Electric flatirons and other sewing accessories 19-20' NEW OUTBOARD MOTOR. NEW row boat. $90.00. Six volt light plant suitable for running light machinery. 435.00. Henry Fink. care Poison Tourist Camp. 19' . - FOR RENT -ROOMS AND GARAGE. 238 F. Street. Mrs. Ed Darner. 19tf. FOR SALE A 1929 FORD COACH. steel trunk. 6 wheels. 1934 VS Ford Truck: G. M. C. truck: Drag Saw also Buzz saw outfit. Terms. George North. Poison. Mont. 5 miles out on east shore road. FOR SALE: 7 -ROOM MODERN HOME three lots, full basement, fireplace, furn- ace. garage. For particulars write Mrs. Nellie Antoine, 400 W 4th, Anaconda. Mont. 18-20' _ . FOR SALE: GREEN BEANS AND CU - cumbers. Leave orders for corn and tomatoes for canning. 3 miles southeast on hospital road or leave orders at farmers' store. E. E. Lacy. 17t f CLEAN. COTTON RAGS WANTED. Will pay Sc per pound. The Courier. FOUND: BUNCH OF KEYS. OWNER call at Courier, Identify and pay for this notice. lit!. FOR SALE -MOWER. 16 -PT. BINDER and International 1 -ton truck. All rec- ond hand material and in good shape.' Davis Mere. Co. SAP'S FOR SALE: GOOD CONDI- tion, medium size. Protect your valu- obles from fire and theft. $40.00 isn't too much to pay for lifetime protection. Call at The Courier office if In-' terested. 4-tf WANT TO BUY WEARERS OR F'EED- ing pigs. Geo. W. Slack, Poison. 16-19.* FOR SALE: 4 ACRES ON LAKE Shore 1 mile east of Poison post office. Dr. F. W. Carlin. 17tf. MODERN SIX ROOM HOUSE FOR sale. Small down payment and balance easy terms: close in. Inquire at Courier office. 17tf. FOR RENT: ONE ROOM CABIN. Grace B. Hamilton. East Shore. 17-19. FOR SALE: 22-36 CASE SEPARATOR and a 18-36 Huntley Oil Pull tractor in good running order: cheap for cash, A. F'. Peterson. Rudyard, Mont, 17-19. LOST ON LAKE. 'NEW 15 -FT GREEN boat. flat -bottom, $5 reward for in- formation leading to its recovery. See Courier. 18-19 FOR SALE -2 ACRES IMPROVED land. 5 miles out on east shore road. A. G. Swanson. Poison. 18-19' USED RANGE WANTED -SEE STEVE Viacom Poison. 19 FOR SALT-- TRANSPARENT AND Duchess apples. H. B. Price, Mountain View. 19-20' Local News Items Dennis Delger, editor of the Popular Standard, visited the Courier office Tuesday. Mr, Deiger is vacationing in western Montana. Mrs. Elmer Daggett and son Bobby of Kalispell. spent Tuesday visiting friends • and relatives on the east shore. Lawrence \Bud - Fiman of Spokane. is visiting here with his brother, Frank Fiman. Mrs. David Schultz of Denver. left Tuesday to return to Leon after spend- ing few days here as a guest at the M. M Marcy home. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Schultz, Mr Schultz' mother and brother Samuel Schultz and Bruce and Betty Berryhill. all of whom are visiting at the Homer Williamson home at Leon from Denver and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Williamson and Mr. and Mrs. M. M Marcy enjoyed a family picnic at Skidoo Bay. e LLV STORES 1. Poison and Ronan ATTENTION See our full page ad in Friday's Missoulian and Sentinel. Visit our store and see these amazing values. Following are only a few. Crackers, 2 lb. 25c Cheese, lb. 21c Kerr Lids, 2 doz. 15c Flour, 49 lbs. $1.69 Bacon, lb. 33c Lard, 8 lbs. $1.05 Kraut, 2 cans 15c P. G. Soap, 10 for 29c Syrup, 10 lbs. 55c Salmon, 2 cans 25c Friday, Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, Aug., 14, 15, 17, 18 News Items From Co. Agent's Office Renew Weed Control Campaign Renewal of campaign plans against , weed control in Lake county was made last Saturday night in the County ! Agent's office by John Seines, weed ! commissioner, and ten committeemen ! from all sections of the county. ! Senator and representative nominees I were invited and with them three points of improving the state weed law were decided upon. Namely . (1) include as noxious weeds, whitetop, wild morn- ! ing -- glory, Russian knapweed and peren- nial sow thistle, besides the two, Can- adian thistle and quack grass, now list- ed: 12) in view of the fact that best results in weed control are obtained in the (all, the time of employing a weed supervisor should be extended until December: 13) secure help in destruc- tion of weed seeds in stock feed. Noxious weeds in Lake county are listed in order of their importance as Canadian thistle, whitetop, wild morning glory, quack grass, Russian knapweed and sow thistle. Hugo Carlson of Round Butte, who has done much work with week poisons reported that it is a successful method. County Agent Paisley reported results of experiment stations showing that crop rotation is the method involving the lost cost of weed control. Mary S. Barr, secretary of the Farmers' Union urged cooperation of present organiza- tions in supporting the campaign. New Home -Made Pump A blue -print and illustrations in us- ing the new . home-made centrifugal pump for pumping irrigation water in less than /2 feet high have been re- ceived at the County Agent's office, and is for examination of all who may be interested. The new type irrigation pump itself will be in the county for examination between the dates of September 20th and 25th. Two or three public demon- strations are planned at that time, Paisley reports. Land Transfers A large number of land transfers have continued to take place in thi county during the past week according in the instruments filed at the clerk and ' recorder's office. The following warranty deeds were Alfred Deranleau and wife of Comp- ton. Calif.. to D. F. Hagerty of Brown- ing, lot 5. block 30 of the originial town - site of Poison. R. N. Cubberley of Union county. New Jersey, to Harry J. Campbell of Ronan. • lots 15 and 18, block 14 of Stanley Scearce addition to Ronan. Della M. Buse of Long Beach, Calif. to Della A. Peace of Poison, part of the NE', of the SE'.. sec. 9, T.22. R.20. also a part of the NW', of the SE , ,, sec. 9, of the same township and range. James Mackenzie of St. Ignatius the El:: of the SE', sec. 12. T.18. R.20. , containing 80 acres. Amos M. Davidson to Glen Bucher of Poison. lots 5 and 6. block 4. Lewis addition to Poison. Josie R. Marietta of Los Angeles, to E. C. Lee of Kalispell. part of govern- ment lots 4 and 5, sec. 29. T.25. 11.20. containing 5 acres. Ralph E. White to Wm. C Potter of , Poison, lots 3 and 4. block 1. Cramer's sub -division to the city of Poison. Leonard Garth to Ralph White. lots • 3 and 4. block 1, of Cramer's sub-divi-? * all111111.1\ skin to the city of Poison. Mark Jensen to Edna vonEuen the i' of lot 2. block 14, original townsitel of - Poison. Geo. M. Clarkson of Havre to J. H. Vandepete of Fort Madison. Iowa. lots 8.11. and 10 of Clarkson's villa sites. W. G. Elliot to Sig Johnson the W 15 feet of the E. 90 it. of lot 12. block 1 10. original townsite of Poison. Herbert Friskie to Viola M. Owen, 1 lot 5. block 7, Poison Heights addition! to Poison. Eliza Eicman to Viola Owen, lot 6. block 7 of Poison Heights addition. Wellington D. Rankin of Helena. to Chester W. Howe of Helena. lots 1. 2, 3, block 2. lots 1. 2. 3. and 4. block 10, and lots 1. 2. and 3, block 5. of Bigarm villa sites. Jessie M. Dillon of Beatrice, Neb., to Onion Loan company of Poison the WI, of the NE,. sec. 29. T.20. R. 20. con-. taming 90 acres. Boiled Down News Public Wedding Announcement was made yesterday by the committee in charge of the ar- rangements for the West Shore Pion- i eers' picnic that as an added feature in the afternoon program they have plan- ned a public wedding in which Annie :Riley, widow of One -Eye Riley. will be- come the bride of Sam Baptice. Koot- enai Indian. The couple was issued a marriage license last Tuesday at Kalispell and have consented to participate us the public wedding ceremony. Attend State Meeting Catherine Campbell. Doris Grenier. Mary Jane Wilson and Irene Stimson.! represented the Poison Rainbow Girls' Order at the Grand A.ssembly held at Billings from Tuesday until Thursday of last week. Miss ()renter was ap- pointed during the meeting as a grand representative. M. D. Totten Word that M. D, Totten, well-known paper salesman in this section shot and killed himself last Tuesday at his home in Spokane has been received here this week. Mr. Totten had covered this territory' for many years prior to his retirement ; a few months ago, and was well known in Poison. Marriage Licenses George Frederick Hartman and Mild- red Bell Stuart. both of Kalispell. I McClellan Moore of Clarkston. Wash.. land Doris Catherine Attikons of Bars- ! ga, Mich. One Divorce Action An action was . fllea this week at the, clerk of court's office in which Viola N. Newby is asking for a divorce from , Kenneth Newby on grounds of deser- tion. The complaint states that the' couple were married at Spokane last I June. LARGE DOCKET 'Continued from Page 1. ment, The demurrer to complaint in the case of Howard Nye vs. Koppel was sub- mitted without argument, overuled and the defendant* given 20 days to answer. The demurrer .to complaint in the case of Bart Cramer vs. Geo. A. Jette, et al was set for hearing August 26. The default divorce action of Florence Pablo vs. Charles H. Pablo was con- tinued at the request of counsel for the plaintiff. until August 26th. 1 The demurrer to complaint in the case of Nellie Draper vs. J. A. Haynes. , et al. was continued for hearing. 1 A decree was granted in the divorce !action of Iver Tollefson vs. Evelyn Tol- 1 lefson. I In the case of Ruth Brown vs. Roy I Enoch the demurrer to complaint was I argued by the counsel for the defend- ant, the counsel for the plaintiff being absent. The respective counsels were requested to tile briefs. Rearing was continued until August 26 in the case of' W. F. Emory vs. Emma Olsen and Sam Olsen. An action for divorce was granted Eugene Clairmont vs. Phyllis Clair- mont. , The demurrer to complaint in the case of Peter B. Raben vs. Clifford Madsen Was set for hearing Aug. 26. The matter of the application' of Louise McLeod. mother, for admission of Richard St. Germain to the Montana school for the deaf and dumb was tak- en under advisement. Probate matters heard were: In the matter of the estate of Ara L. Miller. deceased, the petition for dis- tributioni,was heard and set for Aug. 26th. In the matter of the seate of Beatrice Engelke, deceased, notice to creditors was made by the court. Return and acount of sale of per- sonal property.was heard in the matter of the estate of Philbert B. Foster and the sale confirmed. In the matter of the estate of Frank H. Coates. deceased, a decree showing notice to creditors was' given.. Sanding Machine For Rent Easy to Operate Perfect Finish Assured Reasonable Rates The Dewey Lumber Home Builders Everything in the Build- ing Line With The Churches Christian Church Bible school 10 o'clock. Conununion services 11 o'clock every Sunday morn- ing. Methodist Church W. P. Jinnett. pastor. The church schools meets at 10 each Sunday morn- ing. Lester Boulden presiding. Morn- ing worship and sermon at eleven. The public cordially welcome. Poison Lutheran Church Divine worship Sunday at II a. in. Confirmation instruction Saturday at 10 o'clock. We cordially invite you 'to worship with . us. E. S. Ede, pastor. Pablo Lutheran I Mo. Synod.) We preach a Changeless Christ for a Changing World.\ This Sunday we have our Young People's Picnic at the Polsdit park. Services will be held on the pic- nic grounds at 11 a. in. All young people and the congregation are invited to spend the day with us. Welcome to our services. John Bundschuh, pastor. Aimmoimmiw LIBERTY FRI., SAT. Aug. 14-15 • Double Feature Program \King Solomon of Broadway\ with Edmund Lowe - Dorothy Page and 'Sunset of Power' A WESTERN with Buck Jones and Dorothy Dix UNIVERSAL NEWS ANOSINPOVV44.••••••••••••••.~~..•••••• SUN., MON., TUES. Aug. 16, 17, 18 It Had to Happen with George Raft - Rosalind Russell COMEDY and SPORT REEL ••••••••••••••••••41.•••••••••••••••••••• WED., THURS. Aug. 19, 20 \Meet Nero Wolf\ with • Edward Arnold - Lionel Slander COMEDY and MUSICAL SHORT BANK NITE WED. 41 11 1.1111111111.11111111V Dr. F. H. Keller Optometrist of Kalispell May be Consulted Tuesday, Sept. 15 Make Appointments at RAKEMAN JEWELRY STORE Dr. F. W Carlin \Chiropractor\ Poison. Mont., Phone 67 Will make speciality of ExoPh- thalmIc (called ingrowing or thy- roid) Goitre and Asthma. Twenty- five years of successful practice. Our motto, \Remove the cause and let nature cure you.\ s. aro-la Hamilton's Market EAST SHORE Fresh Vegetables Home Canned Fruit Dressed Chickens Milk Cream Butter Eggs Bread Groceries Candy Gum Tobacco Ice Cold Pop and COCO Cola I • All Kinds of New White Shoes $1.98.7 1 Holding's THE STORE THAT SILLS FOR CASH AND SELLS FOR LESS • # 111111111 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 11111 . 1 MMIMK Volume Sales One million new customers for Red Si White is our goal. Thousands of independent retail glovers throughout the United States are joining hands in this stupendous drive to win one million new friends. Here are values which will convince you that Red & White can bring you finer foods at lower prices. Visit your Red & White food store daring this stupendous drive. WE DELIVER! Specials for Fri., Sat., and Mon., Aug. 14, 15, 17 Crisco, 3 lb. tin 65c Pen -Jell, 2 pkgs. 25c Makes Jellies Jell Jels-Rite, 8 -oz. bottle . . 14c The New Fine Fruit Pectin Ovaltine, large tin 63c The Famous Swim Health Drink Ovaltine, small tin Mc Brooms, each 93c The Perfect Shortening. For Homes that want the Best in Cooking Kerr Lids, 3 pkgs. for . . . . 25c Rigular Size Home Style Pineapple, tin 23c Red & White. Luscious Golden Cubes. Large Tin Purple Plums, 2 large tins 31c Red St White. Serve for Breakfast -you'll I.ike 'Ern Spinach, 2 large tins 31c Red & White. Garden Fresh Cake Flour, 1 pkg. 25c Red & White. For Best Results Baking Powder, 1 lb. tin. 23c Red & White. Double Acting Hershey's Chocolate, 2 for 17c Red & ite. A Fine Lasindre Soso • Priced Right. 8-os. cakes Red & White. Buy Now -Broom Corn Advancing Unity Browns, Each 47c Washo, each 27c Extracts, 4 -oz. bottle . . . 39c Red & White. Lemon or Vanilla Cider Vinegar, qt. bottle . 21c Heins' Grape Juice, qt. bottle . 35c Red & White Macaroni, Spaghetti, 2 for 29c Red White. 14 -oz. in Cellophane Red & White Coffee, 1 lb. . 29c Vacuum Fresh. Nation's Finest Red & White Coffee, 2 lb. .63c Packed in Useful Jar for Canning. Vacuum Fresh Too Early Riser Coffee, 1 lb. . . 19c A P0,311121' Priced Coffee Martini Crackers, pkg.. . . 15c Surishine Rippled Wheat, 2 pkgs. . . 19c Sunshine. A Healthy Breakfast Food, Economical Too Toilet Tissue, 4 rolls for . 23c Makes Clothes Whiter White Naphtha, 10 bars . . 33c Red & White Stores Again Feature Choice Pot Roasts Frans Montana Cattle 'A new Menu Each Week 'A Popular Cut at ft Popular Price. 'Serve with whole onions and Potatoes. MENU Iced Red & White Grapefruit Juice Pot Roast With Red & White Prunes Buttered Red & White Noodles Red & White Beets and Celery Salad _ Red dr White Mayonnaise Bread and Red & White Butter Angel Food Cake and Red & White Strawberry Preserves With Whipped Cream Red & White Iced Tea These Prices Prevail Only at Red & White Stores With Fully Equipped Meat Markets Pot Roast, per lb. 15c From Prime Montana Cattle Meat Loaf, per lb. 20c Old Fashioned. Reef. Pork and Veal -Get Enough To Slice Cold Rolled Shoulder Lamb. 30c Per Pound Veal Chops, lb. 25c Serve Breaded With Tomato Sauce Super Soft. Your Health Insurance