The Flathead Courier (Polson, Mont.) 1910-current, November 19, 1936, Image 8

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PAO& 113011? n.asavAD C0111111111. Frikirsa, Local News Items Boiled Down News tContinued from front page) Thinday, Noweibte 11‘INS 4 MORE MILES MORE POWER FILL UP TODAY WITH Conoco Bronze FEEL THE DIFFERENCE SAVE THE DIFFERENCE POLSON SERVICE STATION Quicker Start Greater Acceleration WANT COLUMN Ads in this column charged for as follows: Per line first insertion. 10c. Each additional insertion, Sc per line. Count six words to line. LAUNDRY WANTED MENS' PRE- ferred. Inquire here. 30-34* FOR SALE - POWER BURR FEED mill in A-1 condition. $17. H. C. Snider, Radio. 33. FOR SALE - THREE MILCH COWS. all milking. Arthur Swanson. East Shore. 33* ESTRAY-Sre.r...L GRAY MARE WITH blazed face, 3 year old. Brand N over right angle on right thigh. Notify Con Malinak. Sloan, Mont., and receive re- ward. 33-35 FOR QUICK SALE - CHICKENS, honey, canned fruit, mattresses and rugs. S. If. Owings. on road to dam 33* WANTED TO RENT TO RESPONSI- ble party until March 1, a four -room house. furnished. 1 mile from Poison on road to dam. S. M. Owings. 33* 3 CITY -. BLOCKS FOR SALE IN Grandview. Box '771, Poison, Mont. 32 FOR SALE- OVERSTUFFED LIVING room suite. Highland Inv. Co., Poison 25tf FOR SALE - SIX ROOM MODERN home in Lakeshore addition. Phone 711. 24tf. FOR SALE: FIVE ROOM MODERN house with sleeping porch. in Poison; 24 acre tract on lake shore near Poi- son, good buildings, 5 room house, level land; also 80 acres timber land. M. T. Murphy, Poison. 20t1. FOR SALE: 4 , ACRES ON LAKE shore 1 mile east of Poison post office. Dr. F. W. Carlin. 17tf. WE WILL PAY 60c UNDER SPOKANE prices for fat hogs, weighing 170 pounds or more delievered to our plant. Write for prices on chickens, veal, lambs, and beef cattle -John R. Daily, Inc., Mis- soula, Montana 41t1. Clearance Sale -Monuments.- West. Mont. Mar. 61r G. Co.. 305 So. 4th St. E., Missoula. W. W. Walls, Sales Mgr. FOR SALE: 4 ACRE8 UNIMPROVED or 5 acres well improved on creek ad. - joining town of Ronan. Kinney Agency, FOR SALE: TURKEYS FOR THANK/3- Ronan Bank Bldg. 29tf. giving. Live or dressed. Prime condi- tion. Prices reasonable. 3 mi. south on hospital road. E. E. Lacy. 32tf. FOR SALE - 80 ACRES OF TIMBER land with 10 acres cleared and private water. 6 miles S. and 3 miles E. of Poi- son. Mrs. Harry Jewison. 30-34* FOR SALE - SMALL SAFE REASON - able. Inquire Mrs. Heckman. 30tf I . FOR SALE - LOT 3, BLK. 13, SAFETY Bay Villa Site, 4 and 68100 acres, also lot 10, bit. 3 and A and B lot 3, blk. 8, Dayton. Will sell cheap for cash. Ad- dress Mrs. C. R. Sawyer. 2667 Broad- way. San Diego, Calif. 30tf. FOR SALE: 170 ACRES, EAST SHORE I of Flathead Lake. Three room house. lots of fruit trees, 20 acres of alfalfa, lots of berries and flowers. Will sell five, ten and 20 acre tracts. -A. J. Con- nolly, Finley Point R,card, Poison, Mon- tana. 20tf FOR SALE - APARTMENT HOUSE. 4 apartments with 3 room house in , rear. N. J. Cline. 25tf. VELLO The Modern Washable Wall Finish Self Sizing A wonderful product and beautiful colors Let us convince you Dewey Lumber Co Mrs. S. M. Owings and daughter Mrs. Holter plan to leave next week. Mrs. Holter will loin her husband who is in Portland and Mrs. Owings will go to California where she wil visit another daughter. They expect to be gone in- definitely. Carl Greiner and son Dick, A. A. Sorg and son Bud, George Harrell, C. L Sterling. Barney Barton and Roy Reed returned the latter part of the last week after spending several days hunting in the Fisher River country. The party brought back five deer. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Marcy and Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Kerns attended a party given at Leon last Sunday evening in honor of Mrs. Carrie L. Carrigan. The occasion was Mrs. Carrigan's 95th birthday anniversary. J. H. Cline, W. C. Stimson. J. A. Johnson, W. C. Boettcher, A. H. Papke, Walter vonEuen, L. L. Marsh of Poison and G. H. Beckwith of St. Ignatius, re- turned Sunday after spending several days at the hunting lodge on Thomp- son River. The party succeeded in bag- ging five bucks. Carlton Boettcher. Harold Gregg, Mike Grenier. Dr. E. W. Lodmell, Har- old Lowman, J. T. Alexander, Don Hunt and Dick Thorson were among those from Poison who attended the football game at Missoula last Satur- day. DEATHS REPORTED (Continued from Page 1) rison, who passed away Wednesday morning. November 11th at the local hospital. following several weeks illness. The services were in charge of Rev. E. L. Mills, Baptist minister of Kalispell, with the Royal Neighbors conducting graveside services. Burial was made in the Lakeview cemetery. Annie A. Harrison was one of Poi- son's pioneer residents, having come here with her husband and family 26 years ago from Oklahoma. She was born at Callao. Mo.. and was 64 years of age at the time of her death. Surviving her are her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Iola Douglas of Poison and Mrs. Godfrey Johnson of Ronan; three sons, Everett of Superior, Otis and Albert of Poison; two grandchildren. Also an aged father, Thomas VVhitlield, who is 97 years of age; two sisters and one brother of Missouri, also a host of friends. Mrs. Harrison was converted and united with the Baptist church in 1895 and has since been a true and faithful follower of Christ and a worker in the church and benevolent societies. Statement of Ownership of the Flathead Courier published week- ly at Poison. Montana, for October 1. 1936. State of Montana, County of Lake, ss. Before me, a notary public in and for the state and county aforesaid, per- sonally appeared W. A. Alexander, who, having been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he is the editor -publisher of the Flathead Cour- ier, and that the following, is to the best of his knowledge and belief a true statement of the ownership, manage- ment ete., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above captidh. That the publisher and editor is W. A. Alexander, Poison, Mont. That the owners are J. E. Kriegler, Harrington. Wash., and W. A. Alexander Poison, Mont. That the known mortgagee is M. V. Johnson. Poison, Mont. W. A. ALEXANDER. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 17th day of November, 1936. (Seal) W. C. Vincent. (My commission expires June 1, 1939.) The Sign o a Dependable Store img , THANKSGIVING FOOD SALE EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR THANKSGIVING Specials for Fri., Sat., Mon., Tues., Wed., Nov. 20, 21, 23, 24, 25 Holiday Candy CHOCOLATES, 5 lb bx 93c TOP -HI A Real Buy for the Whole Family. CRANBERRY SAUCE, 17 -oz. tin . . 19c DROMEDARY. Takes all the fuss out of cooking. BEVERAGES, Six 12 -oz. bottles 69c RED & WHITE. Made from genuine Waukesha Water. Ginger Ale, Lime Rickey. Club Soda or Sparkling Water MINEMEAT, 2 pkgs. 27c NONESUCH. Add apples and Raisins and Save. Heinz MINCEMEAT, 2 -lb. tin 41c Highest Quality Airport PICKLES, pint bottle 23c Sweet or Sweet Mixed. Add Zest to Your Meal Softasilk CAKE FLOUR, pkg. 29c Send a top from a package of Softasilk Cake Flour and 25e and get a beautiful Steak Set Plum, Fig or Date Puddings, med. tin. .37c HEINZ. For a well balanced meal. Your Choice. Aunt Dinah MOLASSES, No. 2% tin .22c For Cooking BROWN SUGAR, 4 lbs. for 25c POWDERED SUGAR, 3 lbs. for 21c WHEATIES, 2 pkgs. for 25c See the new Shirley Temple Cutout on each package. Rd & White COFFEE, 2 lb. tin 58c To top off your Thanksgiving Meal -A Real Treat. Early Riser COFFEE, Two 1 -lb. bags. 39c GRAPE JUICE, pint Bottle 19c RED & WHITE. It's Delicious. FLAV-R-JELL, 5 for 23c The Economical Dessert in 6 True Fruit Flavors, TOILET TISSUE, 4 rolls 23c SUPERSOFT. You'll like it's soft texture. CURRANTS, per pkg. 23c RED & WHITE. Fancy Vostizzas, Cleaned. RAISINS, 4 lb. bag 29c PURPLE CIRCLE. New Crop. Seedless. PINEAPPLE, large tin, Home Style. 23c RED & WHITE. You'll be proud to serve it. FRUIT COCKTAIL, 2 No. 1 tins 29c RED & WHITE. Four portions per can. OYSTERS, Two 5 -oz. tins 35c RED & WHITE.. Fancy Selects. PEAS, Garden Fresh, Two No. 2 tins 35c RED & WHITE. Garden Fresh. PUMPKIN, Two No. 2% tins 25c RED & WHITE. For delicious pies. TOMATO JUICE, Three 13 1 / 2 -oz. tins 25c RED & WHITE. QUEEN OLIVES, 20 -oz. net wt. jars. 39c LOS OLIVOS Krispy or Graham CRACKERS, 2 -lb. . .33c SUNSHINE. More Crackers per Pound. COCOANUT PUFFS, 1 -lb. pkg. 25c SUNSHINE. Fresh and Fluffy. SALAD DRESSING, Quart jar 37c SUNSPUN. Fresh Fruits and Sunspun Make An Ideal Salad for All. Mayonnaise or Sandwich Spread, pt. . .27c RED & WHITE. For salads or Cold Meats. dall gave a report of the Womens' Fed- eration meeting at North Crow Creek last month, and Mrs. Josephine Bigger - stall told of the work done during the Crippled Childrens' regional clinic held recently at Poison. Various other topics of interest were discussed follow- ing which a peace program, arranged by Violet Holmquist was presented. Those taking part in the program and their subjects were: Lora Randall, \The Unknown Soldier,\ Fern Cary, \Women and Peace\; Mae Kriswell, \The Cost of War\; Josephine Biggerstaff, \So They're Talking War Again\; Mabel Violette, \Neutrality Bill\ and Lottie Lee, \Peace Texts From the Bible\ and \Prayer for Peace.\ Vivian Billings was voted into the club as an active member, during the session. Charlo 4-H Club Meets The Busy Bee 4-H Club of Charlo, undei the leadership of Mrs. Alice All- red and Mrs. L. L. Fryberger held a special meeting at the Orilla Clawson home Saturday, November 7th, in con- nection with the national 4-H radio program acording to Joe Ann Bigger - staff, reporter. All of the twenty-one members want- ed to continue 4-H work next spring, and they have already elected Jo Ann Biggerstaff, president; Ruth Hoskins. vice president and Betty Marie Wilson, secretary, along with other officers and plan to hold several parties during the winter. Joe Ann states further that their club realizes more clearly now that 4-H club work is not a local en- deavor, but a national organization and all twenty-one girls are proud of their membership. Rollins Hunters Successful Harold L. Odle, James Mahaney and J. H. Cruttenden returned last Satur- day from their hunting trip, in the , Spotted Bear district on the South Fork of the Flathead river, with three elk. ' Mr. cruttenden succeeded in bagging a large bull with six points on each side while the one bagged by Mr. Mahaney had six points on ,pne side and five on the other. Mr. Odle who brought in a fat cow, has been going to the South Fork for a number of years and has the reputation of being one of the best 'hunters in the state. Last year, in ad- dition to a large bull elk, he also brought out a silver tip bear -Rollins Cor. Holy Family Patients Mrs. James Peon of Ronan and Mrs. George Lozeau underwent major oper- ations at the Holy Family Hospital last week. Both are recovering rapidly. Other patients at the hospital were Mrs. Joe Blodgett of Arlee, Chief Kustata of Hot Springs, Mrs. L, A. Peterson of Missoula. Mrs. Camile Kenmill of Poi- son. Lester Raymond, Henry and Wayne Clairmont and Mrs. Louis Finley of Ronan, Louie Pellew of Evaro and John W. Finley, Theresa Ninepipe, Mrs. Thomas igarez, Opal Swaney and Mrs. George Lozeau of St. Ignatius. Repair Fire Damage Work started this week to repair the damage done to the Salish House, dur- ing the fire which destroyed the J. C. Penny stock, the latter part of October. Most of the hotel will be kalsomined, the walls being badly smoked. It will be necessary to re -plaster a portion of the lobby where the fire came through Use wall and a part of the baseboards will have to be replaced. Girl Scouts Meet Both of the local Girl Scout troops held meetings Tuesday afternoon and made plans for taking orders for holly for sale during the holiday season. The holly will be shipped here from the coast. The elder girls also made plans for a party to be given for the younger scouts Thursday evening. Leaves for Willow Creek C. I. Furry, Northern Pacific depot agent here for many years, left last Saturday for Willow Creek where he will be agent. W. Nixon, agent at that place has been transferred here. Local News Notes Mr. and Mrs. John Stine of Portland, were guests here last week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Pearce. Mrs. T. A. Marlow of Missoula spent last week end visiting at the L. L. Marsh home. H. H. Goble and A. C. Martin of St. Ignatius were business visitors in the county seat yesterday. Kenneth Gregg was a business visitor in Missoula Tuesday. Mrs. B. L. Stevens and Miss Pearl Anderson were Missoula visitors yester- day. Mrs. Frances Blackwood left the lat- ter part of last week for Havre where she was called by the illness of her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Al DuBois left last Sun- day to spend the winter in California. Mr. and Mrs. William Kirk and son, Bobby, of Butte were Poison visitors Saturday. New Compacts are on display Vanities by Foster with your initials $1.00 OTHER STYLES FROM 35c to $6.00 Phone 20 HUBBARD'S PHARMACY ..New Blouses.. Lovely Blouses SYLVA SATIN Long Full Sleeves, High Collars, Peter Pan Collars, Shirred Yokes, VesWe Fronts, Variety of Styles WHITE RED RUST ROYAL NAVY GREEN $1.98 Cap and Scarf Sets Becoming and Comfortable A Jaunty Knit Hat with a Feather -Scarf to Match. Cap with huge Pompon -Scarf to Match. Tam that you always like and a matching scarf. White, Red, Royal, Brown, Orange, Green $1 00 and $149 liummingBird' Hosiery Smart, Economical All Styles, Ringless, Heel and Toe Reinforced 3 thnes for Wear Run -stop, Elastic Top You can buy the weight you like in the shade you like Service Weight -Send -Service --Chiffon. Dark shades to blend with BLACK BROWN RED GREEN GRAY 85c $100 $115 Buy a `HIRSHMAUR' C oa t and experience the satisfaction a Smart coat can give you $2250 and $2450 The Quality Shop Phone 78 BICKFORDS' Poison MORE!!I Subscribers in Lake County Than All Other County Papers Combined THE FLATHEAD COURIER Poison's Headquarters for GENERAL ELECTRIC Radios Appliances Clocks Refrigerators Vacuum Cleaners IES Lamps von EUEN ELECTRIC Everything Electric NAF EWAy STORES Poison Old Ronan 'NOVEMBER 20 to THANKSGIVING Cranberries, pound 19c Sweet Potatoes 8 lbs. 35c Celery, 2 stalks, 15c Lettuce, 2 heads, 15c Raisins, 4 lbs. 27c Dates, pound 10c Swansdown 25c Sugar, pd or br, 4 lbs. .25c Bacon, lb. 25c Lard, 8 pounds $1.15 Milk, 2 cans 15c Pumpkin, 3 lge cans. 33c • • ::.:131121‘. . 4111111 = 1 . 111 = 11 .11.1111111111 , SEE FULL PAGE BILL for Additional Bargains • • • !WV , . r er ritle!stz.-..,.se.,.., ' ; P\• . rg. sirt- • rgirk

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