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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER Duck Stamp Sale to Finance YE BYALL TI SE PRESENTS: THAT THE MOLDER OF TH{S DOCUMENT DID PURCHASE THE ATTACHED MIeRATORY WATERFOWL HUNTIN6 STAMP AS A CONTRIBUTION TO THE ESSENTIAL MANAOEMENT AND PROTECTION 0F THE$S B RDS, WHICH CONSTITUT~ SO VITAL A PART OF Tile AMERICAN WILDLIFE HERITAOE. A nationwide campaign to pro- ed Migratory Waterfowl Hunting by every person 16 years old or mo:e a special, additional sale of stamp as a contribution to the essen- ] by the federal government are now duck stamps in an effort to reduce[older who hunts migratory water- financed by these duck stamps a current loss of revenue from theI fowl. They are also collected by funds, any reduction in these re- regular sales, which finance U.S. IPhilatelists. venues means an immediate cur- fish and wildlife service purcba - ] For several years, conditions have tailment in such purchases. This is of wet lands needed for waterfowl l been unfavorable on the northern a matter of contoservationists na- refuges, was today called to the at- breeding grounds, numbers of ducks tionally because wetlands the birds ze~.tion of local people interested in have decreased, and hunting sea- need are disappearing at a danger- sons and bag limits have had to ous rate in the face of industrial, be shortened because of the ser- urban, and other developments as conservation of natural resources by the service's bureau of sport 5sheries and wildlife, department .'.d ~he interior. iBeeause all waterfowl hunting ~ea~ons now have ended, purchases at this time are just contributions ~o waterfowl conservation and an expression of a person's interest in the welfare of this resource, it is pointed out by the department of *,he interior representative. In re- cognition of this support for con- servation, an attractive, special cer- tificate signed by Secretary of the Interior Fred A. Seaton, suitable Ior framing, has been prepared and will be given to each purchaser of a duck stamp at this time. It states that the "holder of this document did purchase the attach- ious situation. As a result of the curtailment, a large num,ber of hunters apparent- ly gave up hunting this past sea- son and did not buy stamps. Because all acquisitions of wet- lands for waterfowl management trot management and protection of these birds .which constitute so vital a part of the American Wild- life Heritage." The sales of the Migratory Bird Hunting Stamps are down nearly 25 per sent from a year ago, it is estimated by the post office depart- ment which prints these revenue stamps and handles regular sales for the department of the interior. These stamps must be possessed Investment by Teletype the population of the United States increases. , There is a feeling in these circles that delays in purchase may meav the permanent loss of more areas which will be increasingly import- ant in the future in the mainten- ance of present levels of waterfowl numbers. The duck stamp and the certificate may be secured by sending a check or money order for $3 to the buruau of sport fisheries and ,wildlife Washington 25, D. C. The certifi- cates have been produced at no cost to the Government through the courtesy, of the National Wildlife Federation, a national organization of state fish and game federations. I change and Salt Lake Stock Ex- change. The firm's main offices are in St. Louis, Me. Investors in this area are as close Io the nation's major stock ex- changes and investmdnt houses as ~he office of Dempsey-Teigeler and Co 305V~ E. Broadway, Bismarck, thanks to this teletype machine be- ing operated by Roy S. Towne, manager of the firm's Bismarck branch office. The leased eight-hq~r private wire connects Bismarck and branch offices at Rapid City and Austin, Minn. to the Minneapolis office, Towne e~plains. Bismarck is thus tied into the firm's 44-office net- work in 39 major cities across the country. The machine is used to place or- ders, obtain information on last sales and quotations on listed and unlisted securities, and to distribute other financial information. A member of the New York Stock Exchange, the Dempsey- TeigeJer organization is an asso- ciate member of the American Stock Exchange, Midwest Stock Ex- change, Pacific Coast Stock Ex- "The Bismarck office now pro- vides quick information regarding investments," Towne says. A typical transaction is conclud- ed within minutes of the time the order is placed. The teletype con- veys such messages as "S 10 SHS SN COMMON MKT LONG RE- MIT PROCEEDS" and "SOLD 10 SN 40 3/8". Translation: "Sell ten shares of Standard Oil of Indiana stock at the prevailing market price, for immediate delivery of the stock certificates, and remit the money to this office." and "We have sold the ten shares of Standard Oil of Indiana stock at $40.37,/~ a share.'" Dew Jones industrial averages are available every half-hour, Towne says. Dempsey-Teigeler acts as under- writer, broker and dealer in stocks, mutual funds and bonds. Public share ownership is todfiy the most widespread in history, Towne notes. Monthly investment plans now enable investors to buy stock out of income with payments as small as $40 monthly or even $40 quarterly. According to recent estimates, 1~1~ million persons own shares in pub- licly held American companies. Stockholders come from every state of the Union. Every level of occupa- tion, income, age and edueatin is represented, an dthe ladies outnum- ber the men 52.5 per cent to 47.5 )er cent. ---C}-- USE EGGS FOR HIGH QUA~rI~, LOW COST Use plenty of eggs this spring and take advantage of their present high 'qualitly and low price. In buying eggs, remember that freshness determines quality and buy with quality in mind, advises Ruth Dawson, NDAC extension nu- trition[st, ttig,n quality eggs are ideal for cooking in the shell, t MISSlNO CHit9 OMI!$ HOME--Nancy Lad(l, 4, is near tears just alter she was returned to the mfortinll arms her mother i~ Pbllidelpbia. The child wat found a few blockl f ~0m home aft~ Mz'~Derothy Ladd had relx)rted her missing. Nancy ~fll hold~ a ~ ~ candy, allegedly given to her by an ex-e~zvlct and hil~, who are held on abduction ehar~e~ For Sale 8 For Salt,: i~,~.sT {'ale ill Ih.bron N [L , good ol)I)ol'll2 iv. (]rt,eFl ]~ant**rn ('al'e. Hebron. N. l)ak 42-43 l,',)~ Sab* in This A~ ca Full Size liead. lake Nuw. [959 Pfaff Sewing Mach- ine. N() ATTACIIMENTS TO BUY. Z~ Zag stitches, buttonholes, over- casts stitches, :tpl>liqnes, blind stitches, darns and lnends. Also this machine Sew,< forward and reverse. New qnar- &nice. issunle ~) paynl(.nts of $8.32, or will discount for cash. For informa- l[on write: Credit Manager, Sewing Machine Department. Box 316, Water- town. South Dakota 41-42 North Dakota' Greatest For ,'gale: ()ne used Bucyrlls Erie 8-1l yd. ~raper Model S-90. Serial No. 19949: and one Le Tourneau Power ('~mtrol Unit Chas. T. Smith Rill South. Beach. North Dakota. Phone Seed And Feed TRiangle 2-3961 42 . -- ~ For Sale - Traill. L, Parkland, t~u'ley. ('oml)lete sixteen Mllirneter projecting [ Very low smut test. Lanffdon durum. p( uipment plus 3 speakers, excel- / Marine, Sheyenne, Bolley flax. Farmers lent condition. Ideal for Dirve-in. Will [ Coop Elevator Sharon, N. 1)ak. }'hone sa~,riflce, Phone Edgeley 5500. Angels.| 4531. 42-46 ~'onnery. Adrian, N. Dak. 42[ i b'or Sale: ('anthatch se~-d wheat For Sale: Irrigation System t/, mih-~ cleaned and treated $3.00 per bn. sprinkler line and l/I of a mile main- [ bulk lots. I'nrity 98.71% germ 95%. line. Phone ITn o ~ 7-42/0 lrr get[on ~ I'eter A Nygaard. A[exand,", N. Dak SUpDIy Tuttle. N. Dak. 42 Female Help Wanted 26 %Vcmlen Sew Easy ready-cut wrap-a round aprons home earn $26.16 dozen-spare time % rite Accurate Mfgr's Fre(,lmrt, New York. 42 Farm Coverage -- Gels Results BUYING SELLING Rates: 14c per word first insertion--no od less than $2.80 ]2c per word each additional issue, $2.40 minimum SEND DIRECT TO: BISMARCK CAPITAL and ASSOCIATED NE VSPAPERS Main and Mandam ~veeI BISMARCK, N. D. sleeps 40---newly decorated ready to make money. Remember spring is not poaching, and friying. Lower grades far away, expenses are snlali from are suitable for use in baked foods here on. llas two bedroom home two and give you the same food value car private garage 1/4 block land Taxes and insurance paid until fall at lower cost. Alwa.~s been a money maker, interests To maintain the "just laid" fla- in another state causes sale. Cash price $~;0,000.00 Contact owner Carroll E vet and freshness, keep eggs re- Uallard, Douglas. Wyoming. 3B-42 frigerated. Remove eggs to be sep- arated fr(xm .the refrigerator about For Sale: & ~z Root Beer [)rive in. Hxc[usi~ e Franchise Excellent lo- one half hour before use, as the i ation, new 4 lane Hills llighway In /elk seperates from the waattes bet- Itapid City. Also other fine business ,ter, and whites beat up to larger opportunitieS. Price right. ~'or details write m" phone %gathey Realtors, Box volume, at room temperature. 1328, Rapid City, South Dakota, F111- 2-7407 41-42 MATH DAHI AGAIN ASKS (&~aning plant. For all particulars FOR INSPECTION TEAM write to Abraham Cleaners, Hebron, Commissioner of Agriculture and N. DaN. 39-43 Labor Math Dahl has once more Bargain Sale: Small town hardware written to Sen. Milton Young andand implement e~stahllshed 49 3'ears ago. Reason for selling ill health and Rep. Don Short regarding the need age. John A. Swanson, Bantry, N. Dak. for adequate federal inspection fac- 40-42 iltties at Czreat Lakes ports, especi- For Sale: One of the best lumber al~T inspection of agricultural pro- yards and hardware in southwestern ducts. N. I). Doing good business. Very good In the letter Dahl points out that terms. A snap. Jack Merrick Real only limited inspection facilities are Estate, Tel--7112 Carson, N. Dak. 41-42 ava~'Lable at B~ffalo, :New York Cleveland, Chicago and Detroit and ltotel in county seat town. South- western North Dakota. Doing a good tltqre are at least 80 possible ports business. Owner retiring. Will sell of entry along ~he 2,000 mile Great wry reasonable. Jack Merriek Real Lakes coast. I:]state Phone 7112 Carson, N. Dak. North Dakota is concerned, Corn- 41-42 missioner Dahl said, b~cause we For Sale - Hardware store in Northern are recilMents of uninspected for-, Black Hills, town of 3.600. Clean Stock, low rent, ideal location. Owner eign commodities that are vulner- has other interests. Write Box 20, able to the introduction of foreign Spearfish, So. Dak. 42-44 pests. Proof of the concern Is based Grocery and meal market iu progres- on samples coming through the rove small citY. Gross $8(I,00(t, sell Porl~ of Milwaukee and shipped to $17,000 plus Inventory. /neludes 27x70 North Dakota last season. The list building, living quarters; slauffhte~ house, conlp[ete sausage equipment. includes 100 sacks of Irish oatmeal ()tber interest~ force sale. <;onsider ghipped to Grand Forks and anoth- farm or" ranch in trade. Terms can be el" 100 sacks to Bismarck, 200 bags arranged. ~'rite C & S Food Center, of grass seed and 300 jute bags to New Salem, N. Dak. 42 Fargo. [)rug and Sundry store t,~stab. 20 years, good Okla. Town. Price only $1,000 "Each of these items is potential for fixtures phls stock, t