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For Sale

Barley straw for sale, 60 pound bale, $6 per bale. 406-293-9525. 19-2tp

Jack Russell puppies, nice markings, 2 males, 2 females. $350 to $400. 406-847-0009.  20-1tp

Scott Highlander cattle for sale. Old large Blaze King stove, chimney available.  889-3469.  20-1tp

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: Baldwin piano, $1,000; Bach Mercedes brass trumpet, $275; Drum set and keyboard, $90 for both. All appraised. Lorna Burk 889-3716. 20-3tp

For sale, Remington pump action 870 Wingmaster, engraved, 12 gage –  2¾ and 3 inch mag, with 3 chokes, vent barrel. Absolutely mint condition, with locked gun case. $800. Please call Stan, 889-5080  20-2tp

Sports outers – Flight Master Trap Shooter w/5 boxes of clay pigeons and w/table, $125. Tools: Rotozip spiral saw w/case, $40. Jamerco air hand nailer w/kit. Never used. $40. DeWalt 120v 7¼ blade circular hand saw, $60.  DeWalt 14.4v cordless trim saw w/DeWalt drill-driver w/charger. $60.  889-5080.  20-1tp

Barley straw for sale, 60 pound bale, $6 per bale. 406-293-9525. 19-2tp


Indoor rummage sale Friday and Saturday, 9-5. New clothing, much misc. Also gun. Warm and dry inside the former Wagon Wheel Bargain Outlet store.  20-1tp

Huge multi family garage sale. Lots of assorted items, baby, kids & adult clothing, toys, chainsaw, too much to list. Quonset on 9th St. E. Saturday, Oct. 4, 10-5. Sunday, Oct. 5, 10-4.  20-1tp

Multi family sale: Saturday, Oct. 4, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Furniture, decor, men’s stuff, kid clothes, jogging stroller. 834 River Dr., Eureka. No earlies.  20-1tp

Two family garage sale Friday, Oct. 3, and Saturday, Oct. 4, 8-5. 1481 Tetrault Lake Rd. Lumber, new shower door, pellet stove, winter coats, sweaters, antiques, window, hunting gear, more.  20-1tc


Naturescape - Montana’s Premier Landscapers. Now on the web at, office 882-4000, cell/text 406-261-1113. 43-tfc

Marvel Fence Construction All kinds of fence. Estimates, quality work, reasonable rates, 30 years experience. Mike Marvel 889-3316. 33-tfnc

Snow’s Signworks, Jim Snow, 889-5284. Truck lettering, windows, walls, magnetic, wood, sho-cards. 28-tfnc

Fall Special – Seamless rain gutters. Free estimates. Calls returned promptly 406-892-5105 or 406-756-6400, leave message. All Weather Gutters, Inc. 46-tfc

Horseshoeing over 30 years full-time. Shoeing $70, trims $35. Don Tucker. 882-4927.  07-6tp

Randy Smith – Eureka, MT, 406-559-0056. Handyman, house sitting, sheds, decks, cleaning, carpentry of all phases, painting, staining, cabinetry.  20-4tp

MMP provider, excellent medical quality, very reasonable prices. We want to help you.  406-212-4062.  20-4tp

All breed dog grooming, Hair of the Dog. Monday – Saturday appointments. Pick up/and or delivery available.  406-334-3737, Lisa.  20-4tp


Montana Nineteenth Judicial District Court, Lincoln County

Dorothy Nelson, Plaintiff, vs Matilda Moore and Johns Does 1-5, and all other persons unknown, claiming, or who might claim any right, title, estate or interest in, or lien, or encumbrance upon the real property described in the Complaint, or any part thereof, adverse to Plaintiff’s ownership or any cloud upon Plaintiff’s title thereto, whether such claim or possible claim be present or contingent, Cause No. DV-14-180

Judge James B. Wheelis

Summons by Publication:

The State of Montana sends greetings to the above named defendants:

The above named Plaintiff has brought an action against Defendants, who may have an interest in property situated in Lincoln County, Montana, described as follows: Lot 13, of Peters Townsite, Eureka, Montana, according to the map or plat of said townsite, now on file and of record, in the office of the county clerk and recorder of said County of Lincoln and State of Montana. The purpose of this action is quiet title to the above-described real property. You are hereby summoned to answer the Complaint to Quiet Title in this action, which is filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, and to file your answer and serve a copy thereof upon the Plaintiff’s attorneys within twenty-one (21) days after the service of this Summons, exclusive of the day of service. In case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default, for the relief demanded in the Complaint to Quiet Title. Witness my hand and the seal of said court the 10th day of September 2014.

By: James B. Wheelis, District Court Judge

Published in the Tobacco Valley News, Eureka, Mont., on Sept. 18, Sept. 25 and Oct. 2, 2014.

The Town of Eureka is seeking proposals from qualified individuals/firms for the Town Representative and Construction Manager for the Town Hall Project.   The Town is seeking assistance in providing oversight to the Town Hall project, which includes the refurbishing of the old fire hall building on main street Eureka.   This project is in final planning stages and is moving into construction.

Scope of Work: The individual selected will be required to perform the following duties:

• Coordinate final planning with design/architectural consultants

• Assist the Town developing and issuing contracts

• Assist with bid package development, respond to bid queries, issue bid addenda, attend bid opening and conducting pre-bid meetings if required.

• Provide oversight to the construction company hired on behalf of the Town

• Monitor construction to verify on schedule

• Onsite construction inspection;

• Monitor compliance with plans and specifications

• Evaluate requests for equipment and materials substitutions

• Review shop drawings and submittals

• Review change order requests with recommendations to Town

• Review and certify contractor pay requests;

• Construction contract administration and close out;

• Construction dispute resolution

• Conduct bi-weekly construction progress meetings with Mayor, council, contractor, agents of Town or contractor.

• Communicate project updates (orally and/or written) to the Town Council and Mayor monthly and as required

• Provide oversight of budget and ensure that the contractor remains on budget.

• Develop and maintain a work schedule for completion

• Other duties as assigned by the Mayor to complete the Town Hall project

Proposal Format and Content: Qualifying proposals must address all of the following points, in the following order:

• Cover/Transmittal Letter. This must be signed by a member of the firm with the authority to commit to a contract on behalf of the firm offering the proposal.

• Scope of Work.  Describe the work plan that you intend to use to complete the tasks listed in the Scope of Work.  Note any changes or additions to the work descriptions that may be overlooked or which help clarify the work tasks.

• Responsible Personnel.  List the principal-in-charge and others who will be directly involved with the projects.  Provide a concise statement of qualifications and experience of each person who may be committed to the projects.

• Related Experience.  Includes:

• All projects in progress or completed in the last five years that are comparable to these projects

• References with names, addresses, and phone numbers

• For the project(s) listed indicate if any of them went above your bid amount, the number of change orders, total dollar amount of change orders, and the final cost of the project(s)

• Experience in working with the Federal Funding sources and Government ownership on projects such as this.

• List of current and projected workload that would determine availability for the Town Hall project.

• Provide amounts and carriers of both general liability and professional liability insurance

• Provide a statement of the firm’s philosophy with respect to cost and budget control during the design phase of the projects, demonstrating experience, and ability to design within a given budget.

Consultant Fees: Provide a listing of consultant fees. The breakdown of fees should include, if any but not limited to, sub-consultant fees, personnel, etc.  Fees shall include all tax, mark-ups, overhead, profit, and travel expenses.  The cost estimate should be broken out into the time estimates and costs for each task identified in the scope of work.

Proposal Submittal: Pages in the proposal shall be typed and single sided with the maximum number of pages of proposal information (excepting cover sheet, index sheet, blank pages, and table of contents) to be limited to five (5) pages.  Proposals must be sealed clearly marked “Town Hall Remodel” in the lower left corner of the sealed package.

The consultant shall submit one original and four copies of the proposal to the Town of Eureka by 12:00 p.m. October 8, 2014.  Bids will be opened at 12:05 p.m. the same day.  Late bids will be returned unopened.  No proposal may be withdrawn after the scheduled time for submittal.  The Town reserves the right to reject any or all proposals received, to waive informalities, to post pone contract award for up to 30 days and to accept the proposal which is in the best interest of the Town.  The Town of Eureka is an equal opportunity employer.

Submit proposals to the Town of Eureka, PO Box 313, Eureka, MT 59917; or via hand delivery to Town of Eureka, 108 Dewey Avenue, Eureka, MT 59917.

Evaluation and Selection: Proposals will be screened for technical merit by a committee an appointed by the Town of Eureka Council.   The committee will review the written proposals and make recommendations for oral interviews.

The firms/individuals identified by the committee will be invited to be interviewed in random order.  The interviews will be conducted in public session; however the firms are requested not to be present during the interviews of the other firms.

In addition to the specific factors addressed in the Request for Proposal, the interviews are intended to provide the Council with information regarding other factors about the firm important to their decision.  These factors include, but are not limited to, its ability to communicate effectively with Council, administration staff, and others who will be involved in the project; its ability to work creatively and cooperatively with the Council, administration staff and others who will be involved in the project, and its proposed methods for furnishing the required services to ensure that the project is completed on time, on or under budget and to the Town’s satisfaction.

The committee will base their decision on the following criteria ranking in order of importance:

• Experience on similar projects

• Qualifications of professional staff and/or sub-consultants

• Timeline and availability of staff on project

• Current workload and projected workload of the professional staff and/or sub-consultants

• Costs and fees

• Overall quality of proposal

• References     MNAXLP

Published in the Tobacco Valley News, Eureka, Mont., on Sept, 25 and Oct. 2, 2014.

Notice of Proposed Subdivision Public Hearing

Indian Springs Ranch RV Park – North

Section 2, Township 36 North, Range 27 West, P.M.M

Lincoln County hereby gives notice that a public hearing will be held on Wednesday, October 15, 2014 at 1:30pm, or soon thereafter, in the Commissioners Room of the Lincoln County Annex building located at 66121 Highway 37, Eureka, Montana in order to inform the public and receive comments on a proposed subdivision located approximately 1 mile north of Eureka, with the intent to create 68 Recreational Vehicle (RV) lots and 14 acres of common area park.  The proposal is accessed by Kingfisher Loop off of Highway 93 within the Indian Springs Ranch development.

The public will have the opportunity to offer written or oral comment on the proposed subdivision at this meeting.

**If you cannot make it to the public hearing, please submit your comments IN WRITING so they can be added to the staff report and meeting minutes of record.**

For further information or to see a copy of the proposal, contact the Lincoln County Planning Department, 418 Mineral Ave., Libby, Montana, 59923; Phone (406) 283-2464 or

Dated this 22nd Day of September 2014

Kristin Smith, AICP

For Lincoln County Planning Department MNAXLP

Published in the Tobacco Valley News, Eureka, Mont., on Sept, 25 and Oct. 2, 2014.

Help Wanted

Position Available: Lincoln County has a job opening for a part-time Motor Vehicle Clerk and Back-up Receptionist at the North Lincoln County Annex in Eureka. Starting salary: $11.64 hourly.  The position is for 19 hours weekly and on a fill-in basis as needed.  Application packets available at the North Lincoln County Annex Business Office and the Libby Job Service.  Application deadline: October 3, 2014 or until qualified applicant hired. 19-2tc

Kootenai Valley Rangers, Eureka’s American Legion baseball team, is seeking applications for coaching positions, to include A Team head coach; A Team assistant coach; B Team head coach; and B Team assistant coach. Rangers Legion Baseball is made up of players from ages 13-18 and plays a 30 to 50 game schedule from late April to mid-July. For a complete job description, job application and more information, contact Brent Holder at 291-3196.  19-2tc

Fortine School is accepting applications for a boy’s basketball coach for the 2014-2015 season. For more information and district application, call 882-4531. Position open until filled.  19-2tc

Eureka Truss is now hiring a full time position,. Requirements are: Current Montana Class A CDL; truss fabricator; laborer; Montana crane license not required but helpful. For more information call Ken Marek, 406-240-4389, or pick up application in office.  19-3tc

Looking to earn Christmas cash? Taking applications for reliable wreath makers for part of October and November. Prefer experience but can train. Flexible hours possible. Phone 297-2091 after 6 p.m.  19-2tc

Wanted: Bough getters and wreath makers. Bough people start Oct. 6; wreath makers Oct. 13.  882-4619.   20-2tc

Program Specialist: Chrysalis is a small therapeutic boarding school located in northwestern Montana, just 5 miles from the British Columbia border. The school sits on 65 acres, nestled between Carpenter Lake and the Koocanusa Reservoir. Our beautiful campus is home to adolescent girls ages 13 to 18.  Students live “family-style” in one of three homes, hold each other accountable for actions, and become responsible for themselves. Our supportive home environment encourages girls to build on personal strengths, while they examine and challenge old patterns which have prevented growth. Chrysalis provides a special blend of care and therapy, with a gentle firmness to help girls recover from a past of pain, sorrow, untenable family situations, personal mistakes and self-destructive behavior. Chrysalis enables students to develop healthy coping, living, communication, and interpersonal skills. Personal responsibility and healthy risk-taking result in a positive sense of self and a strong identity.  Our mission is to provide the best quality therapeutic services, education, and experiential opportunities to adolescents and their families in the context of a warm and nurturing residential boarding school environment while maintaining a commitment to integrity in all that we do. We currently have an opening for a Program Specialist to join our team. Duties: Work various shifts with residents to teach life skills and supervise household responsibilities. Develop positive working relationships with students. Intervention, diffuse conflict between students. Transport residents to appointments, extracurricular activities, or to the airport. Be a healthy role model for students. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications:  Interest/Experience working with adolescents.  Recreation-related skills or interests.  Experience in food prep and cooking a plus.  Ability to remain in control during stressful situations, and maintain a professional demeanor at all times.  Attention to detail.  Team player.  Effective communication skills.  Flexibility. Email resume to or call Carolyn @ 406-889-5577 or fax to 406-889-5576. 20-1tc

Caretaker needed for winter months. Reasonable rent. Call 889-3923.  20-tfc

Real Estate

1.398 acres with 14×70 mobile home with 30×40 garage, small metal shed, a couple year old pole building for a 5th wheel camper with separate septic. Asking $130,000 or OBO. For more information contact Mike Hansen at (406)-871-0562.  16-4tp


Tobacco Valley Community/Senior Center: All ages welcome. Dinner 5-6 p.m. 10/2, Birthday night, baked chicken. 10/6 French dip. 10/9 Beef stroganoff. Brunch every Wednesday 9-11 a.m.  20-1tc

Hemingway House LLC., Montana’s Wholesale Distributors for: Wise Foods, Mountain House Foods, Kelly Kettle. PO Box 2246 Eureka. 406-291-6721.   19-3tp

Whispering Pines Landowners Association is accepting bids for snowplowing and sanding for the 2014 winter. We plow approx 4+ miles, sand as needed. Bids should be mailed to: WPRLA, PO Box 57, Fortine MT  59918-0057, More info, Steve, 297-2969.  19-2tp

Gospel Services: Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 23, Sept. 30 and Oct. 7, Glacier Bank community room. Sharing the simple teaching of Jesus. No collections taken. Questions: 406-297-2107.  19-2tp

Sheriff Roby Bowe has authorized the appointment of additional Reserve Deputies in the Libby, Troy and Eureka areas.  Go to, click on “forms and other documents” and complete the Standard Application for Position of Public Safety Officer in the State of Montana.  Applicants selected, following the interview process, will participate in a reserve academy before being sworn in as Reserve Deputies by the Sheriff.  Contact Deputy John Davis at (406) 293-4112 x 237 for questions concerning the selection and training process.  Submit applications to the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, 512 California Ave, Libby, MT 59923.  Applications will be accepted until Friday, November 28, 2014, at 5:00 pm.  20-9tc

Need Christmas Bazaar space? Think Fairgrounds, Dec. 6th. Bobbie.  882-4447.  20-2tp

Author Club of the Tobacco Valley is soliciting members. If interested, please contact Angela Miller, 406-297-2441, or email  20-2tp

InterBel Telephone Cooperative, Inc.’s Regular Board of Trustee Meeting will be held at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014, at the main office, 300 Dewey Avenue. A Tobacco Valley Communications meeting may follow.   20-1tc

For Rent

Office space available in Movie Store/Stageline Pizza building. Short-term or long-term lease available, all utilities included. 406-240-4386. 02-tfn

For rent: 2 bd/1 ba home w/range, fridge, w&d. Mariners Haven. $700/month. Call for details, 889-3923.  17-tfc

Office spaces for rent. Owens and Hurst Professional Building, 2217 Hwy 93 N. Various sizes, great views, lots of parking, air conditioned. Electricity, water, garbage and cleaning included.  406-253-4082 (cell) or 406-297-3114 (office Wednesday and Thursday).  15-tfc

Beautiful custom 2 bedroom daylight basement, 1,200 square feet. Furnished, private on 5 acres. Views and wildlife. Must see. $600. 871-5935.  20-1tp

Beautiful 3-story home on 5 acres, private, views, wildlife, stream. Lease with purchase option. Medical, shopping close. $1,350. Negotiable.  871-5935.   20-1tp

For rent: 2 bd/1 ba home w/range, fridge, w&d. Mariners Haven. $750/month. Call for details, 889-3923.  17-tftc

House with second floor living area, 1½ bedrooms, downstairs washer/dryer and storage, 3 miles from Eureka, 4-wheel drive, no smoking, no pets, references. $500 security, $500/month, available now.  889-3260  20-2tp



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