The Flathead Courier (Polson, Mont.) 1910-current, November 12, 1937, Image 8

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Page 8 The Flathead Courier, Poison, Montana Friday, November 12, 1937 With The Churches Methodist Church W. P. Jinnett, Minister. Church school at ten o'clock. Lester Boulden, Supt. Morning worship and sermon at eleven. World -Communion celebrated at this hour, Rev. 0. A. White assisting. Spec- ial music. The evening services are withdrawn. All our people are urged to attend the Episcopal services under the ministration of Bishop Fox, WIliCil ser- vice is held in this church at 7:30. Pablo Lutheran Church \A Changeless Christ for a Changing World.\ 10:15, Sunday school; 11:00, English serVice. Welcome to our ser- vices. John Bundschuh, Pastor. Latter Day Saints Dr. F. L. Casey. Pastor. Sunday, Nov. 14, Church school 10 A. M. Preaching 11:00 A. M. and '7:30 P. M. Subject for Sunday evening, \The Holy Spirit,\ in- cluding the \Gifts of the Spirit \ Poison Lutheran Church Rev, E. S. Ede, pastor. Sunday school and Bible class at 9:45 o'clock. Divine worship at 11 a. m. Chorus practice every Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Everyone is cordially invited to wor- ship with us. Christian Science Society At 418 Fourth street. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Sunday school at 9:45. Wednesday evening meeting at 8 o'clock. The public is cordinally invited to attend these services. Subject for November 14, Mortals and Immortals. Golden Text: Galatians 4:6,7. Because Ye Are Sons, God hath sent forth the Spirit of his Son into your hearts, cry- ing Abba, Father. Wherefore thou art no more a servant, but a son; and if a son, then an heir of God through Christ. PROTECT CHILDREN All motorists must stop or face arrest, when coming to the school buses receiv- ing or discharging children, the state highway patrol warned this week. Vio- lation of the law resulting in fatal ac- cidents to children is listed as man- slaughter. Three arrests under the stat- ute have been made already this fall. STATE DEPOSITS BIG The state of Montana is probably the largest bank depositor in Montana. Re ports of Treasurer Ray Shannon for October reveal $8,727,842 on deposit in various banks and depositories. Re- ceipts during the month totaled $3.050.- 183 and disbursements $2,657.943. GETS BANK JOB C. A. Kelly, state deputy bank exam- iner, resigned the past week to accept a post as vice president of the First State Bank of Chinook, Examiner W. A. Brown announced. MRS. BERT 1E001414 HOSTESS Mrs. Bert Koons proved a pleasing hostess of the past week when she en- tertained at her home Wednesday aft- ernoon at a 1:30 o'clock luncheon given for members of the Fortnightly club and other guests. The attractively arranged luncheon tables, centered with bouquets of bronze porn poise, held covers for the mem- bers of the club. Mrs. George McHarg, Mrs. 0. C. Cline. Mrs. F. L. Seifert, Mrs. W. H. Fedderson, Mrs. H. S. Hanson, Mrs. L. L. Marsh, Mrs. Roy Hubbard and Mrs. H. E. Rakeman and Mrs. A. L. Helmer, Mrs. W. C. Lain and Mrs. R. H. Wiedman. guests. The later afternoon was enjoyed with contract. Pretty score favors were awarded at' the close of the game to Mesdames Hubbard, McHarg and Rake- num. 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. FOR SALE—One milk cow to freshen about December 20. Mrs. Leola Pray, Pablo, Mont. 39* FOR SALE—Model A Ford coupe. in good condition; on terms. A. J. Brower. 39-40 FOR SALE OR WILL TRADE for wood —Large Monitor circulating wood heater. Perry R. Hewitt, Route 1, Box 91, 3911 FOR SALE—ONE 2 -STORY FRAME building and a 6 -room house, Poison, Mont, Inquire Mrs. Harold Salisbury or write L. S. Miller, 1601 Walnut St., • Helena, Mont. 37 to 42 FOR SALE OR RENT 1938 DELIVERY. 80 acre irrigated farms. Fenced, wens, buildings, close to school. 14 of acreage In alfalfa. W. F. Emory. 311. 10 ACRE IRRIGATED TRACTS, K MI. off highway No. 23, $450 to $600, school bus, mail service. Whole place at at- tractive figure. J. W. Rode, Poison. tf CLEARANCE SALE — MONUMENTS. —West. Mont. Mar. & G. Co., 305 So. 4th Bt. E., Missoula, W. W. Walls, Sales Mgr. U. FOR RENT — MODERN 7 -ROOM house, furnished. Second house west of Papke apartments. See Geo. 0. Fest- vog 39' FUN /MIX -- REAL BARGAINS IN new and used ranges. wmauen Elec- triC. 1113 FOR SALE — CABBAGE, CARROTS. spuds. rutabegas. 2 mi. east of Pablo Fred C. Drebes. • COFFEEwEEK Edwards Dependable—Vacuum Packed 4 Lb, 94c 8 Ll. $1.86 12141. £2.79 241b, £5.49 AIRWAY 49c \67.4. 1 98c Shortening, 4 lbs. 47c Corn Meal,91b 7 bag 35c „ ., Oats, 9lbs. 39c Flour,9lbs :, 39c ,i i ,,, ( BRAN SHORT, 100 lbs. $1.19 FLOUR, Kitchen n 49 lbs. 1.89 98 pounds, $3.69. Five 98 -lb. bags $17.49 Mince Meat 2 lbs. 25c Cider, gallon.... ...... . , 19e Bulk Jug Furnished Popcorn. lbs: 25c Chocolates, .1-1b. box 9Sc. 8 Varieties POTATOES 100 lbs. 98c Cranberries .......2 lbs. 35c Celery, stalk 10c Onions 10 lbs. 29c Squash lb. lc Sweet Potatoes, 5 lbs. 25c Lettuce 2 heads 19c Carrots 100 lbs. 99c Grape Fruit, dozen, 45 TOMATOES, large 2% cans 10c Case of 24 cans, $2.35 G. B. CAMPBELL POLSON MONTANA OFFERS HIS ENTIRE STOCK OF NEW FURNITURE AT PUBLIC AUCTION a. NEW FURNITURE AUCTION SALE Because of poor health and the absolute necessity that I quit business, I am making this final move. My reputation and standing is back of every piece of furniture sold in this Auction Sale. Don't hesitate! Be here early when the auction opens TUESDAY, November 16 at 2 P. M. Sharp. G. B. CAMPBELL It Starts Tuesday, November 16th AT 2 O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON AND 7:30 O'CLOCK IN THE EVENING 2 -AUCTIONS DAILY -2 AUCTION HOURS -2 P. M. TO 5 P. M. 7:30 P. M. to 10 P. M. until the Entire Stock is Sold. Doors will be open at 10 A. M. TUESDAY for first auction for making selections and every morning thereafter as long as the sale lasts. FREE GIFTS Will Be Given at Each Auction. Special at Opening Auction, a $20.50 Innerspring Mat- tress will be given away Free! You do not have to buy in order to participate in this FREE OFFER- ING! You are Lucky to have Waited. It is YOUR Sale!!! YOU MAKE THE PRICE! Come in and select and article you want—it will be put on the auction block. You bid whatever you like. Come and get your share while the stock lasts. Don't forget the Time, Place and Date of the Greatest Furni- ture Auction ever held in the Northwest. Come, select any article you wish—it's all new and up-to-date furniture and rugs. IN THIS GREAT SALE THERE WILL BE SOLD Beautiful two-piece LIVING ROOM SUITES, STUDIO COUCHES and DAV- ENOS, CLUB CHAIRS and OTTOMANS, OCCASIONAL CHAIRS and ROCK- ERS, BEDROOM SUITES, VANITIES, BREAKFAST SETS, BEDS, SPRINGS, Innerspring and Cotton Mattresses, Tables, Smokers, Cedar Chests, Screens, Taylor Tots, Hampers, Lamps, Mirrors, Pictures, Rugs of all sizes, Steel Cabinets, unfinished chairs and Chests, Window Shades, Floor Coverings, Felt Base Rugs, THOR Washers, VERNOIS ranges, STEWART-WARNER Refrigerators, Ironing Boards, Clothes' Dryers—in fact hundreds of interesting household articles are to be sold. A SALE YOU WILL LIKE --COME! BID, BUY, SAVE 9 SALES 0 DAILY \Kw 2 to 5 Afternoons 7:30 to 10 Evenings STORE OPEN AT 10 o'clock every morning to make your selections. SELECTIONS COME IN, PICK OUT ANY ARTICLE YOU ARE INTERESTED IN! It will be put on the auction block and sold for just what the public want to pay. Auction under super- vision of J. N. Schmitz and staff, furniture and rug auctioneers, 722 Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. 60 LIVING ROOM SUITES TO CHOOSE FROM G. B. CAMPBELL POLSON Poison and Ronan

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