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Thursday, August 12, 1937. THE FLATHEAD COURIER, Poison, Montana PAGE SEVEN Charlo Items Emil Beau of Fort Peck spent a few days last week at his home in Charlo. Charlo Ladies Aid met Wednesday in the M. E. church parlors. Mrs. J. E.I Schaffer and Mrs. N. Johnson were ' hostesses. A large membership attended. J. F. Erwin who has been assisting for the past week at the F. I. Erwin home left Wednesday for Seattle where he will visit before returning to Brook- ings, South Dakota. Lucille Helean of Missoula spent a few days last week at the G. W. Warns - ley home. Mrs. John Foy and Mr. and Mrs, A. L. Fryberger spent Tuesday in Mis- soula. The Happy Girls' 4-H Club held tiler last meeting for the season on Thurs- day evening at the home of Careen Dil- lon. After a short business meeting games were enjoyed. Mrs. Edith Davis of California is vis- iting friends in Charlo and Poison. Mrs. Davis was a former Charlo resi- dent. Mrs. Ralph Erwin and daughter, Car- een arrived Thursday from Sunburst. They will visit for a month at the R. A. Naf us and F. I. Erwin homes. Len Demarest of Hot Springs was a Sunday dinner guest at the F. I. Er- win home, while enroute to Poison. Marion Johnson, Alan Fryberger and George Wamsley of Leonia, Idaho, spent the week end at their respective homes In Chario. Beauford Foy of Hot Springs return- ed to ills home in Charlo Sunday. Charlo Young Ladies Club met Wed- nesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Donald Burbank. Fifteen members en- joyed the afternoon. Mrs. Claypool and son Norman ar- rived Monday evening from Malta where Mrs. Claypool was called by the illness of her father. Members of the Charlo community church has planned a picnic to be held Sunday, August 15, at the Jocko Tour- ist camp. A good time is in store, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Greene of Dillon were Monday dinner guests of Claude Howell. Mrs. Ruth Buhman and daughter left for Glasgow Tuesday. Mrs. Buhman is Mrs. Kaiser's sister. Harold Beck left Tuesday for Deer Lodge where he was called by the death of his brother-in-law, George Thorn - burn. Lynn Cooper acompanied him to Missoula. Mark Hawkins and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Burke returned from Billings SAVE!! With Conoco -Bronze Gas MORE MILEAGE ADDITIONAL POWER POLSON SERVICE STATION A NICKEL DRINK -WORTH A DIME Bottled By Poison Creamery Poison, Montana Saturday. F. E. Ballad left for Baker, Mont , Mr. Cook of Livingston was a visitor of Mrs. Dick Robinson Friday. Henry and Thyne Borgstead have been visiting a few days in Missoula. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Roark, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Roark, Jr.. were Sun- day guests at the J. J. Smith home in Ronan. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Windle drove - to Paradise Sunday. Poison Dam News Mrs. C. L. Montgomery of Dillon has arrived at the camp where she will make her home. She is the mother of George Montgomery, timekeeper, who has purchasd and renovated the Wayne Bond house. The Misses Grace and Catherine Madden of Helena and Agnes Smith of New York were week end visitont of William Fianick's sister with whom they attended summer school at Mon- tana University. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Lalime of Butte were Saturday evening visitors of the K. E. Watsons. F. W. Bird, vice president of the Mon- tana Power Company, spent a few hours at the dam on Monday. Mrs. D. W. Cole of New York City arrived at the dam on last Friday. She is the wife of D. W. Cole of the New York engineering staff of Phoenix, who has been stationed at Poison for several months. Mrs. Cole's stay is indefinite. Leon and Vicinity Mr. and Mrs. Peltier of Pablo and Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Dimmick were vis- itors in the Bitter Root Valley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Williamson have as guests the latter's brother, Mr. Brush and family of Chicago. Evelyn Nafus. who has been visiting at Sunburst and Great Falls. returned home the latter part of the week. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Ralph Ewin and little daughter of Sunburst, who will visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Nafus were Mis- soula visitors Friday. Mrs. Lela Stiritz returned the latter part of the week from Glacier Park where she has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Cary. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Ward and fam- ily, who have been at the F. H. Lee home for some time moved to Ronan last week. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kerns of Poison spent the week end at their home here. Mr. and Mrs. James Kerns have as guests F. B. Stockbridge and Lynn Faust of Wilkinsburg, Pa., Mrs. Meric Bacon and son. Kenneth of Tacoma, and Ruth Keris of California. Louis Lowenstien and Bill Frye of Missoula spent the week end with Mrs. M. Lowenstein. The Leon Farm Union Local will hold its regular meeting at the clubhouse on Friday evening, August 20. The Charlo local is providing a speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Maynard were Poison visitors Saturday. They had the misfortune to have considerable damage done to their car when another bar ran into them from the rear. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hahn and family spent the week end at their cabin here. Miss Edna Huse who has been a guest of Lillian Sukoysky for the Past week returned to her home Tuesday. The Leon Community Club held its regular meeting at the clubhouse Sat- urday. August 7th. The meeting was called to order by the president, Dick Mitchell. Small matters were discussed during the business session and later the meeting was turned over to the program committee. A talk was given by Mr. Logan and several games were played. Dancing followed - and supper was served by Walter Fisher, Elvin Hil- ton and Joe Dradlasek. LEGAL NOTICES SHERIFF'S SALE HARRY LYLE Ot,VEN, by his Guardian Wilson Owen. Plaintiff Against W. R. FOS I'Llt AND SARAH E. FOS- TER, husband and wife; and RON- AL!) E. ROWAN, Defendants. TO BE SOLD AT SHERIFFS SALE: On the 27th day of August, A. D. 1937, at 2 o'clock P. M. at the front door of the Court House. in the City of Poison. County of Lake. State of Montana. that certain real property situate in said Lake County. and particularli des- cribed as follows, to -wit:— Lot four (4) of Block ten (10i of (he Original townsite of Poison. Together with all and singular the tenements. hereditamer.ft and appur- tenances thereunto belonging or in any- wise Appertaining. Dated this 29th day of July. A D 1937. J. L. TAULBEE. Sheriff of Lake County. Montana. By Lee Butcher, Under -Sheriff. Lloyd I. Wallace, Attorney for the Plaintiff. Poison, Mont. (Publish Aug. 5, 12, 19, 26) SHERIFF'S SALE W C. BOETTCHER. Plaintiff Against SIG JOHNSON. as Special Admin- istrator of the estate of Chester Cra- mer, deceased,' and George H. Van- Hellen and Mabel Van Hellen. his wife: Waste M. Cramer and Anna Cramer. his wife: Sylvanus Cramer, a single man: Emmett J. Cramer and Melvina Badgrow and Edith Badgrow. his t i l l .te, l? Cramer. his wife; Alice Hall: Charles Mattison. a single man; Frank ,4 qttison and Rhodanna Mattison. his wife: Delinda Galbrath; Walter Matti- son and Bertha Mattison, his wife; Rocelia Nelson: William Mattison and -eis Mattison. his wile: and Clara Bloor. all of the heirs at law of Ches- ter Cramer. deceased. Defendants. TO BE SOLD AT SHERIFF'S SALE: On the 13th day of August. A. D. 1837, at 2 o'clock P. M.. at the front door of Use Court House, in the City of Poison, , nty of Lake. State of Montana, that certain real property situate In said Lake County. and Particularly des- cribed as follows to-wit:— Lot use (5) of Block five (5) of Lake- shore Addition to the City of Poison according to the map or plat thereof on file and of record in the office of the County Clerk & Recorder ^ f Lake County. Montana. Dated this 20th day oi July. A. D. 1937. J. L. TAULBEE, Sheriff of Lake County. Montane. By Lee Butcher, Under -Sheriff. Lloyd 1, Wallace,._ Attorney for the Plairdiff. Poison. Mont. (July 22. 29: Aug. 5, 12) HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! ONLY 16 USED CARS and TRUCKS LEFT The extremely low prices we have placed on all our Used Cars and trucks during our August Clearance Sale is moving them out fast. Some of the Best Bargains are Still On Hand If you expect to purchase a Used Car or Truck this fall, be sure and look over our bargains at once. Buy Now, and Save Money! We have the following cars and trucks on hand . today, from $39.00 up. PASSENGER CARS PICK-UPS 1936 Chevrolet Master Sedan 1936 Chevrolet, % ton 1935 Ford V-8 Tudor 1933 Dodge Sedan 1930 Chevrolet Coupe 1930 Ford•Model A Sedan 1929 Ford Model A Coupe 1929 Ford Model A Tudor 1929 Plymouth Sedan 1927 Nash Sedan . ottc, 1935 Chevrolet, 1 / 2 ton 1935 Ford V-8, % ton 1929 Ford A, 1 / 2 ton TRUCKS 1931 Chevrolet, 1 1 / 2 ton long wheelbase 1928 Dodge, 1% ton short wheelbase ewey Service Company Dodge and Plymouth Dealers S Ar EWAY S T 0 ME 5 r_3 - r rt VV NOVA Poison and Ronan. Specials for Friday, Saturday and Monday, August 13, 14 and 16 firt[Stock up] Large OMATOES 21- can • • IOC Case of 24 cans, $2.35 SUGAR Boy Your Winter Supply Now FLoul 100 Pounds . . $5.89 25 Pounds . . $1,59 Kitchen Craft 49 pounds $1.98 98 pounds $3.89 Harvest Blossom Five 98 -lb. bags. .$15.49 Five 98-1b. bags $18.99 NECTARS, Peach, Prune, Pear, Apricot, Tall 12 oz. can . .10c BACON, lb. 33c DOG FOOD, 4 large cans 29c By the Slab. 32, lb. Strongheart AIRWAY COFFEE, 3 lbs 49c TEA, Black, % lb. 25c; lb. .49c Corn Flakes 4 boxes 29c CHEESE, pound 22c CRACKERS 2 lb. box . .25c Pork and Beans van Camp, tall 20 -oz. can 10c TOMATO SAUCE, can . . 5c JELLO, all flavors, pkg.. . . Sc MUSTARD, Qt. Jar 19c TISSUE, 5 rolls • 23c LEMONS, per doz. 39c GRAPES, 2 pounds 25c Sunkist—I. S. No. 1 Five Varieties—U. S. No. I Potatoes . . . 10 lbs. 23c. Cantaloupe, large, 3 for 25c Local U. S. Na 1 7d N u N art E C iis acity--Heavy Alum l i a n c um h Si .69 COLD -PACK 1840