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June 14, 1945     The Billings County Pioneer
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June 14, 1945

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/ d THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1945 rile BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER I f umLINUb r ,T o . .i DmUR [nas r, u. et-ep,! IIUI1UNt AOontinuationo' /Bllhngs The 53rd "THE ,sBtaADliLsAhNdDSin%OWBOY" Billings c'our~ty became Vhe 53rd KNOWN AS ~'/IfN~M0//S" H E~JOHNSON Manage, and last county in North Dakota~'A]]~DEANnWMEN HE W. W. MALKOWSKI, Manager co organize an active county Farm- ALICE L. LEBO, Managing Editor era Union when the ~Billings Coun- ty Farmers Union was set up at Entered in the Post Office at Medora, Billings County, N~rth Dakota, Feb- ruary 15. 1934. as ~econd class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. Official Newspaper of the County of Billings, State of North Dakota. Published every Thursday at Medora, Billings Cou ty, Nort h Dako~ Subscription: $1,50 per year in advance a meeting at Gotham, May 3~1. This gives $he Nort2n Dakota ~armers Union the unique distinc- tion of being the only state hwv- ing an active county unit in the Farmers Union, or it is believed in any other farm organization, in every county. Although sparsely settled, Billings has three active Medora. N. D. June 5, 1945. PAGE FIVE SALE OF STATE LAN'I~ The State of --N~orth Dakota will sell at public sale at 3:30 P. M. on the 25th day of June, 1945, at the front door of the Conrt House in Medora, North Dakota, the fol- lowing described land: Northwest Quarter (NW[~) of Section Eight (8) Township One- Hundred Forty One (141) North of Range Ninety Nine (99) West~ c160 acres more or less accord- WAS BUSY TAKING A FALL C)UTOF ALLTt BIO-TIME WRESTLINP 1O:00 A M. Meeting was called to order by A. E. Boicourt, Chair- man. ing to Government survey.) Fifty per cent of all oil, natural~ gas, coal or minerals on or under- CHAHPS-- AND YOU CAN HELP OUR. BOYS "CA/