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:‘ THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER BILLINEHSECOUNTY PIONEER A Continuation of "TI-IE BADLANDS COWBOY" Established in 1883 H. R. JOHNSON, Manager W. W. MAonwsKL Manager ALICE L. LEBO, Managing Editor Entered in the Post Office at Medora. Billings County, North Dakota. Feb- ruary 15, 1934 as second class matter under the Acf of March 3. 1879. Official Newspaper of the County of Billings. State of North Dakota. Published every Thursday at Medora. Billings County, North Dakota. Subscription: $1.50 per year in advance TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO Billings County Pioneer September 3, 1m Wm. Gilliam of Winona, Minn. is the guest of his son, Frank Gilliam, and family. Wm. Dawson, Earl Roberts and Victor Kowalski attended the dance at Beach on Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. John Keohane of Beach motored down Friday to at- tend to sorhe business. They were accompanied by Miss June Lawson. Miss Emma Burgess went to New Salem Friday for a few days’ visit with Miss Mallisa. Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Merrit Pierce and daughter, Marjorie, of Wolcottville, Ind, arrived Tuesday for a visit with‘ her brother, N. D. Nichols and niece, Mrs. W. J. Ray. Mr and Mrs. Jay Eaton and Mrs. Chas. Will motored to Dickinson to M do some shopping on Tuesday. Georgia Johnson went to Beach Friday evening and was a guest of her cousin June Lawson until Sun- day morning. Harry, Howard ad Frank Young and Gus Hafeman shipped several carloads of cattle from Medora on Monday. Miss Jennie Rapp left Monday in Company with her brother and wife for Detroit, Mind, to visit rela- tives. F. H. Hart and Arthur King Elli- son of Mikkelson were Medora vis- itors Saturday and Sunday. SCIENCE AIDS COTTON A new modified cotton fabric that will not mildew nor rot has been developed by scientists of the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Want Ads FOR SALE—20 head rower“ yearling bulls; also 2 head of registered 3-year old bulls. Ralph Mosser, Trotters. 48-401) FOR. SALE-— 1940 Chevrolet 1% ton truck with grain box and cornmercial license, good tires. Ralph Mosser, Trotters. 48-th WHY GAMBLE?—-Your future; the welfare of your family is a serious matter. Cease being slave for others, acquire own farm. 320 6, 1945 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER The Week Around Medora Chalmer Rider and children, Helen and Paul, were attending to Irma Mary Lebo, Clerk of the Stark County Selective Service business matters in Dickinson last Board vane/honed at her home from Saturday. Little Shirley Boyd fell and cut her leg so badly, last Tuesday, that she had to be taken to Beach to have the wound stitched. She was taken to the doctor by her mother, Friday night to Monday night of last week. J. F. Tester, Mr. and Mrs. John Godfrey and Christ Carlson drove to Ollie, Mont, last Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rest. From who was accompanied by Ollie, they drove to Baker and then Moore, nee Evelyn Kimnark) of Brainerd, Minn. and Patricia Boyd. (Mrs. Harry Roberts entertained the Senior Bridge Club Thursday of last week. Prizes were awarded Ann M. Brown for. high score, Ellen Osterhourt, second and Emma Law- son the low. Mr. Heiser of Fryburg worked on home via Wlbaux, Mont. Carol McLeod visited with Irma Mary Lebo last Monday and Mon- day night. , Donner Ellis and Beverly Mer- edith, two girls from Toronto, Can- ada, making a cross country trip on their bikes, spent last Sunday night in Modem. They started on the highway crew in this district from Toronto, going thence to Van- a few days last week . W. S. stutsman, Executive Sec- retary for the Billings and Golden Valley Welfare Boards, and Weldon Gratton, Custodian of the local Park, drove to Fargo on business last Sunday. Don Ray, who accompanied the last shipment of cattle to St. Paul, Minn, returned home last week end and reported securing a high price for his cattle. Our fellow townswoman. Emma Dawson, submitted a number to the “Stump Us” boys at KFYER a short time ago, was successful in stump- ing the boys with her number and was awarded a pair of curtains. Congratulations. Ellen Ostenhout and Emma Law- son motored to Beach for a visit on onday of last week. Eddie Tetly and Corkey Call were in town calling on friends and shopping last week. Word has been received that two of our local boys, Tommy Olsen and Ted Oyhus have been visiting in Honolulu, where Tommy has two aunts residing. Doris Kunkel visited lacuweek at the Gus Mesohke ranch north of town The W. F. Sylvester family is moving from the Congregational Church building to the Hinkel house this week where they will make their home. E. J. Van Doren, who is’employed on an N. P. exitm gang, visited at his home here last week end. Walter Neuens is moving his family into town on the 9th, in order that the children may at- tend the local school. Tuesday was quite a busy day in Medora with the County Com- missioners and iihe Welfare Board holding their month-1y meetings. Acting state’s Attorney A. Mackofl was in attendance at the Commissioners meeting. Mike Bazger of Linton and Margo Nachtwey of Dickinson, were guests at the Buddy Ranche the first part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Esslinger were dinner guests at the L. G. Brown home last Sunday evening. F. A. Shipman, publisher of the McKenzie County Farmer and for- ums 6% miles ou't' neat four,mer editor of our paper. visited at room dwelling, full stone base- ment; barn 32x42, large hayloft; granaries 16x32. 16x16, capacity 5000 bushels; garage 20x32; abundant supply pure water; beautiful grove; 2% miles school; adjoins gravel highway-mail route. Contract electric service let. Come soon. Grinds, New Rockford.- ESTRAYED Please Notify W. J. Ray of Medora, North Dakota, of all Cattle or Horses branded (Bellows) on Left Jaw. Shoulder or Hip; (Cross- L) Left Side on Cattle; Left Thigh on Horses; (TC) Left Side Cattle, running of! Submarginal Range. South of NP tracks or East of Submarginal fence on North side. You will be reimbursed any expense in notifying. Any in,- formation concerning the taking or stealing of this livestock will be rewarded under the Stock- growers Association Reward as published. [the Buddy Blanche and assisted in putting on the rodeo last Monday. Miss Bessie Livingston, sister of Mrs. Geo. R. ostemout. stopped off here for a visit while on her way to Glendive where she is a member of tine teaching stem of the school there. Joe Britner, former local cowboy and ex-servicernan, took part in the rodeo here last Monday. {Joule 'Pelissier and Earl Bird, two of our old cow hands, despite the fact that neither is as young as they used to be. turned in a first class exhibition of wild west work in the arena Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Lebo, Paul Alan Lebo, Allen Anderson and Mrs. E. J. Van Doren shopped in Beach last Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Thalia Harding went to Dickinson on Saturday, to consult a doctor concerning a sinus infec- ‘bion. Mrs. L. G. Brown, Mrs. Harry Roberts and Roberta Robents went to Beach Tuesday where some of them took treatments. Mrs. Paul W. Lobe and Mrs. ,N. D. Nichols motored to Dickinson to attend to business matters last Fri- da . girls A. J. Anderson, Mrs. Chas, Wolf and Allen Anderson drove to Fuirfleld to visit at the Calvin Hellickson farm Tuesday Advertisement From where I sit 5y Joe Marsh loses Jeb Wilkins was always a great one for traveling. TWO weeks a year he used to cover more ground than a Pullman conductor. Used to come back from vacations tuckered out. But the war has changed all that. Gasoline shortages—and saving space on trains for serv- ice mcn—has got Jeb spending his vacations home . . . and lik- ing it! “Never knew staying home could be such fun," says Jeb. “Outdoor barbecues . . . sitting around and chatting with the Job Wilkins the wonderlusl kids and family . . . basking in the sunshine with a glass of cold beer . . . that’s living,” Jeb says. From where I sit, Job's dis- covered What millions of other Americans have learned through the war. Whether your choice is beer or buttermilk . . . horse- shoes or checkers...a quiet book or a bit of friendly conversation . . . there’s no place like home . . . where We grumble the most and get treated the best! new Copyright, 1945, United States Brewers Foundation couver, British Columbia, and Seattle. They continued on their way fromr here to Duluth, Mun, and will return to Toronto, to end a 3000 mile trip by the end of September. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Rusth took No. to Glendive last Sunday to Notice visit friends and relatives. The D. L. Ray, W. P. O’Connell families and Joan and Jerome Lebo and Orie Wilson all visited and feasted at the Welt Neuens ranch last Sunday. Jimmie Stevens and son, Chuck, and Norman Chase transacted busi- ness in Dickinson Friday of last week. We have a new family in Modern, that of Stanley Ripley who have bought the Sid Murray house and are moving in to take advantage of our local school. , ' Frank Ray, proprietor of the St. Charles hotel in Dickinson drove to Medora Thursday of last week to bring h brother, Don Ray. home. ~ Peter J. Hlebichuk is moving his family to Medora to attend school this winter and has rented the J. F. Reilly house south of the track here. (Mrs. W. J. Ray gave a party last Saturday in honor of her granddaughter, Ann Elizabeth Barg— er, on her fourth birthday. While the drivers were enjoying the dance in the Town Hall in Medora last Monday night, some unscrupulous, penny-ante theif prowled at least four cars in the vicinity of the Hall and one car which was locked had a window broken, and the car.entered and articles of value taken. Some of the 1001; was found near town, but most of it,was taken away. Clues were found by officials and the miscreant will face vigorous pros- ecution when found. The Pioneer is informed that the Leighton Nunn family is to move to Medora for school purposes this fall. Medom is about out of vacant nouns and houses and the school officials, faced with a teacher short- age now have to contend with en- large classes which present a com- plex question. Russell Hubbel, son of Mrs. Frieda Hinkel, who has spent a long stretch in service in the Pacific theatre of war. is home on an ex- tended furlough which he is spend- ing in part with his mother. He is wearing the well-earned bars of a Lieutenant and has gone through plenty of fierce and tough fighting. Paul W. Lebo. Paul Alan Lebo and Allen Anderson drove to the Odland Dam, near Bea-ch, last Saturday night and spent the night there camping and fishing. With the help of some mighty fine help- ful friends, the boys came home with nine nice black bass and re- port a very enjoyable time. The Indies Aid held their month- ly meeting this week at the Page L. Myers ranch. Harriet Roberts of Minneapolis who has been visiting her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roberts. re- turned to her home last Sunday. Capt. Goodman and his wife and daughter, Part, visited at the Buddy Randhe over the last week end. The Harry Roberts family visited Wednesday evening of last week at the Harmon Olstad ranch south- west of town. Wedding bells rang last Monday evening in Belileld for Ralph Hooker of Belfleld and Mary Regina Hlolier of Gmsrly Butte who united in marriage at St. Bernard’s church by Rev. Theodore Roessler in the presence of Elizabeth Hacker and Louis Hacker. A wedding dance was given in honor of the happy couple in the Memorial building in Belfield that evening. The Pioneer extends its best wishes to the newlyweds for a long and happy married life. Due to threshing and haymak‘ing, the Rodeo held here last Monday was poorly attended and the, same holds true of the Rodeo held at Baker. Mont, according to reports we have received. . Joan White and Margaret warns, nee Joan and Margaret Anderson, BIDS WANTED The Board of Trustees of the Con- gregational Church of Medora will receive sealed bids up to and includ- ing the 11th day of September. 1945. at 5:00 o'clock p. m.. for the sale of the following described personal property to be removed from the premises known as the Congrega— tional Church Building at the ex- pense of the purchaser. as follows: 2 Bath Tubs, 1 Sink. l Toilet Bowl, 1 Wash Stand. together with accessories appurtenant there— to, with the right to take same on or after September 17th, 1945. Also the following: 1 Frame Building known as the Coffee Shop and one Frame Garage Building, with the right to take same from the said premises on or after October 2nd, 1945, but such buildings must be removed from the premises with— in a reasonable time. The Board of Trustees reserve the right to reject any or all bids. All bids must be written, sealed in an envelope and mailed to or de- posited with Mrs. Harry Roberts, Clerk, on or before September 11. 1945, at o’clock p. m. Bty Order of the Board 0 Trustees. Mrs. Harry Roberts, Clerk (8: 30: 9: 6) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME OF INDIVIDUAL. is Hereby given that the undersigned. George G. Zdrahal. of Belfield, North Dakota. will apply to the District Court of Billings County North Dakota. for leave to change his name from George G. Zdrahal, by which he is now known to George G. Hall. Said application will come on for hearing before the District Court. at the Chambers of Judge Harvey J. Miller, in the City of Dickinson. No. Dak. at 10 o’clock AM of the 24th da of September 1945: Any person 0 jecting to said application must file them with the Clerk of The District Court, Me- dora, N. D. within thirty days after the first publication of this notice. Dated August 18, 1945 GEORGE G. ZDRAHAL ‘ First Pubication August 10. 1945. (Aug. 10-23-30; Sept. 6) SMOKE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUNTY OF BILLINGS ) IN DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DSTRICT. Joe Prociv. Plaintiff, cvs- Lee M. Warden, Admin~ istrator of the Estates of David C. Warden and Mrs. David C. Warden, both deceased. Lee M. Warden. Blanch L. Ward- en. Marion E. Warden. Dr. Mildred Couch, and all other persons un- known claiming any es- tate or interest in or lien or incumbrance up- on the property described in the Complaint, Defendants. THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DE— FENDANTS: You. and each of you are here- by summoned and required to am swer the Complaint of the Plain- tiff in the above entitled action. which is filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Bil- lings County, North Dakota, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscriber at his office in the City of Belfield, Stark County, North Dakota. within thir- ty (30) days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service; and in case of your failure to appear or answer. judgment will be taken against you by default for the re— lief demanded in the Complaint. j Dated August 4th A. D. 1945. , H. E. HANEY Attorney for Plaintiff. Residence and Postoffice :dgi‘ess Belfield, North Da- 0 . TOA ABOVE NAMED DEFEND- You will further take notice that the object of the above entitled action is to exclude the Defendants from any estate or interest in or lien or incumbrance upon the fol- lowing described real estate, to- wit: The North West Quarter of Section 14, in Township 138 N. Range 100, West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, Billings Coun- ty. North Dakota. Said Defendants will further take notice that no costs will be claim- ed by the Plaintiff against any of the defendants not appearing or an- swering. H. E. HANEY Attorney for Plaintiff. (Aug. 9-16—23-30: Sept. 6-13) SALE OF STATE LAND The State of North Dakota will sell at public sale at 11:45 A. M. on the 25th day of September, 1945, at the front door of the Court House in Medora. North Dakota. the following described land: Southwest Quarter (SW34) of Section Four (4): South Half ($55) of Section Five (5) Town- ship One Hundred Thirty Nine (139) North of Range One Hun- dred (100) west. (438.31 acres more or less according to Gov- ernment survey.) Fifty per cent of all oil. na- tural gas, coal. or minerals on or underlying such land is reserved by the State. Not less than 20% of the purchase price must be paid at the time of the sale. The balance may be, paid at any time there- after with minimum payment of 6% of the purchase price annual— VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV 1y. This includes interest at the rate of 3%. The purchaser will pay the costs of the sale. The State has an offer of $5350.00. When final payment has been made. the Board of University & School Lands will issue to the purchaser, his heirs or assigns. a quit claim deed conveying title to such prem- ises and deliver such abstract of title as the State now has. The costs of any extension of the ab- stract wil be borne by the pub chaser. The premises will be sold subject to the present existing lease. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Dated at Bismarck. North Dakota, this 3lst day of August, 1945. JOHN O. LYNGSTAD. Commissioner University 8: School Lands (Sept. 6-13) NOTICE Effective immediately, the Billings returned home last week from an County Agricultural Conserveltion extended visit on the west coast Association hours will be: and will visit their parents here for a while. CONGRIGATIONAL CHURCH NOTICE Reverend John Roberts, pastor of the local Union Cngregutional Church has asked us to announce that there will be no church serv— ices in Medora on Sunday, Septem- ber 9th, but that Services will be 8:00 A. M. to 12:00 noon—1:00 P.. M. to 5:00 P. M., Monday through Friday. 800 A. M. to 12:00 noon on Sat- urdays. Office closed on all legal holidays. MARY JUNTUNEN Secretary. CAUSE OF HEAVY LOSSES Poult mortality is the cause of held at usual on Sunday, September heavy losses to turkey producers in I16th, at 3:00 o’clock p. in. North Dakota. .hi hway No. , 88; £0? PROCLAMATION Relating to the hunting season on migratory waterfowl, upland game birds, and deer. the trapping season on muskrats, and closing the sea— son to the hunting of certain game birds during the year 1945. WHEREAS. the State Game and Fish Commissioner of North Dakota has recommended that an Executive Order be issued declaring the 'open season for the hunting, killing and taking of migratory waterfowl,~up— land game birds and deer and for the trapping season on muskrats, and closing the season to the hunt— ing of certain game birds during the year of 1945. NOW, THEREFORE. after investi- gation and consideration of the said recommendation by virtue of author- ity vested in me as Governor of. the State of North Dakota. under the provisions of Chapter 20-08 of the North Dakota Revised Code of 1943. and in pursuance of the recommen- dations of the State Game and Fish Commissioner and of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act regulations for the 1945-1946 seasons, relating to the killing and taking of migratory waterfowl throughout the United States, I do hereby order and de- clare the season for the hunting, kill- ing and taking of migratory water- fowl, upland game birds, and deer, the trapping season for muskratsz and that the hunting season be closed on Hungarian and Chukar partridge, Sage and Ruffed Grouse as herein— after provided. FIRST: Migratory Waterfowl: -T'hat the season for the hunting. killing or taking of all species of waterfowl permitted to be killed by law shall be from September 20 to December 8, 1945, both dates inclusive. and that the taking of such waterfowl shall be subject to the Migratory Bird Treaty Act reguations for the 1945- 1946 seasons. governing the taking of migratory waterfowl for the year 1945, and that the baiting of any premises or waters either directly or indirectly for the purpose of en- ticing waterfowl to congregate and the use of live decoys shall be pro- hibited. SECOND: That all persons sixteen (10) years of age or over, who shall hunt. kill or take migratory water- fowl, shall have in their possession a validated Federal duck stamp for the year 1945. THIRD: That the daily ,bag limit of wild ducks shall not exceed ten (10) singly or in the aggre ate of all s ecies combined except ood Duck. hat the daily bag limit of goose shall not exceed four (4) Blue and Snow Geese singly or in the aggre~ gate plus two (2) of some other kind FOURTH: That the ossesslon limit of migratory waterfow shall not ex- ceed a two-day bag limit- with the ex— ception that not more than twenty- flve (25) Coot may be had in pos- session at any one time. FIFTH: That the daily bag limit on all species of upland game birds for which an open season is pro- vided shall not exceed ten (10) birds in the aggregate of all species com- bined. " SIXTH: That the season for the hunting, killing and taking of sharp- tailed and pinnated grouse shall be open from September 30. 1945, to October 20. 1945, both days inclusive. in all counties and parts of counties lying within that area of the State of North Dakota described and bound— ed as follows: Beginning at the intersection of the North Dakota— Montana state line with the United States—Canadian boundary; thence fol- lowmg the United States—Canadian boundary in an easterly direction to its intersection with the U. S. highway. No. 83; thence following U. S. highway No. 83 southerly and westerly to its intersection with U. S. highway No. 2; thence following U. S. highway No. 2 easterly to its inter~ section with U. S. highway No. 281; thence following U. S. highway No. 281 southerly to its intersection with U. S. highway No. 10; thence west— erly followmg U. S. highway No. 10 to its intersection with U. S. _ ‘ thence southerly lowmg U. S. highway No. 83 to the North Dakota-South Dakota state line; 1thence westerly following the North Dakota-South Dakota state line to its intersection with the Montana' state line; thence northerly follow- ing the North Dakota-Montana state line to. the point of beginning. That the daily bag limit in that area so described and bounded shall not exceed three (3) birds. In all other parts of the state. the hunting. kill- ng and taking of all species of grouse shall be prohibited. SEVENTH: That the season for the hunting. killing or taking of Hungar- ian and Chukar partridge, Sage and Rui‘fed grouse shall be closed through- out the entire state of North Dakota during the ear 1945. . EIGHTH: hat the hunting. killing and taking of pheasants shall be pro- hibited in the Counties of Pembina, Walsh. Cavalier, and Grand‘Forks. NINTH: That the season for the hunting, killing and taking of pheas- ants shall be open from September 30, 1945, to December 31, 1940, both dates inclusive. in all counties and parts of counties within that area of the State of North Dakota des— cribed and bounded as follows: Be- ginning at the intersection of the Montana-North Dakota state line with the U. S. hi hwaly No. 2; thence following U. h ghway No. 2 in an easterly direction to its intersec- tion with state hi hvvay No. 1: thence following state hghway No.1 in a southerly direction to its intersec- tion with the North Dakota—smith Da- kota state line: thence following the North Dakota-South Dakota state line in a westerly direction to its inter- section with the North Dakota—Mon— tana state line; thence following the North Dakota~Montana state line in a northerly direction to the point of beginning and that the daily ba limit in that area above describ shall not exceed seven (7) birds. two (2) of which may be hens. TENTH: That the season for the hunting. killing and taking of phesants shall be open from Septem- ber 30 to December 8, 1945, both dates inclusive, in all counties and parts of counties not specificallyj de- clared closed lying north of . S. highway No. 2. and west of state highway No. 1 and south of state highway No. 46. and east of state highway No. 1 and that the daily bag limit shall not exceed five (5) Ibirds, one (1) of which may be 8 en. l ELEVENTH: That the season for the hunting. killing and taking 01 pheasants shall be open fromvSeptem- ber 30 to December 8. 1945. both dates inclusive. in all counties and 3118 of counties not specifically dec ENG closed. lying north of state bish- way No. 46 and east of state hilh- way No. 1, and that the do“)! has limit shall not exceed three (3) birds. none of which may be hens. 'rwnmv'm: That the possession limit of hen pheasants shall at no time exceed the daily bag limit. THIRTEENTH: That legally taken upland game birds and deer, may be held in possession after the‘close of the respective seasons thereon until September 1. 1948. When Propflly tagged showing owners name. address and license number. FCURTEENTH: That the hunting. killing and taking of antler-ed ma1e deer with two (2) or more prongs per antler shall be permitted during the year 1945 from November 20 to November 30, both dates inclusive. in all parts of the State of North Dakota west of U. 31 with the exception of such areas as are marked with Signs or other- them as refuges,‘ areas and with markers designatin sanctuaries or res the further exce tion that in the counties of Hot can and rior to dJanusggseé. it 1 aken an D0 s furth ordered that the taking of £03,”. hundred (400) deer of either‘sex 1mm 194-5, may 5‘? highWay No. ? Roi ‘ an adult deer of either sex €335; FIVE _.__ PAGE CALL ME BUTCH—Bob Hope returns to the NBC airwaves. Tuesday, Sept. 11. Hope springs eternal with new page and comedy routines, after afisummer of en- tertaining troops overseas. the Lower Souris National Wildlife Refuge and two hundred (200) deer of either sex from the Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge shall be permitted under such regulations as shall be agreed upon between the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the North Dakota State Game and Fish Commissioner. Shotguns shoot- ing a single rifled slug only may be used but no rifle of less than .25 calibr'e shooting a projectile weighing less than 100 grains shall be permit— ted in the killing of deer in any part of the State of North Dakota. Deer shall not be be pursued. molest< ed or shot at while in the waters of any stream or lake in the State of North Dakota. It is further provided that in such area, or areas. as shall be designated by the State Game and Fish Commissioner. deer may be taken with a bow not held. drawn or released by mechanical means of not less than fifty (50) pounds pull at full draw, using barbless broad- head arrows at least one inch wide and one and one-half (1%) inches long, indelibly printed or marked with users full name. No firearms of any kind may be had on person or in conveyances while engaged in bow hunting. Deer when taken with bow must be tagged and taken as soon as possible to the nearest warden for identification as to man- ner ,of taking. FIFTEENTH: Muskrats: That as provided for in Chapter 20-07 of the North Dakota Revised Code of 1943, the season for the trapping of musk- rats shall be from December 1 to December 31. 1945. both dates in- clusive, with the exception that on the Upper and Lower Souris, Des Lacs. LostWood. Long Lake and Ar— rowwood National Wildlife Refuges. muskrats may be trapped under the regulations of the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service from November 1. 1945 to April 30. 1946. both dates in- clusive. It is further ordered that the trapping of muskrats shall: be prohibited in all lakes which have been recently stocked with fish when such lakes are properly marked with suitable signs or other identification. SIXTEENTH: It is further provided that the purchase of a hunting, fish- ing or trapping license does not give the holder thereof the privilege of trespassing on Indian Reservation lands without the permission of the Agent. The Tribal Council or th - dividual land owner. e SEVENTEENTH: It is further direct- ed that therforegoin order be pub- lished once in the o icial newspaper of each county within the state of North Dakota on or prior to the twentieth (20th) day of September. 1945. Given under my hand and the Great Seal of the State of North Dakota at my office in the City of Bismarck. North Dakota. this. 27th: day of August. 1945. FRED G. AANDAHL , Governor ATTEST: Thomas Hall Secretag of State G. A. ilibertson Deputy Hb‘v‘vxtdfbjo' m" CONCRETE Wonk 1N” WINTER By observing a few simple pre- cautions farmers can do con- crete work as satisfactorily in the winter as in summer-be— sides having more time and more help. Beating the sand, gravel and minng water requires no com- plicated equipment, just things available. on the farm. Protecting fresh concrete from freezing for four or five days can be done with straw or hay. Write for free folder on‘how to make necessary concrete repairs and improvements in spite of cold weather. If you need help, see your concrete con- tractor, rea’dy-mixed concrete producer or material dealer. ——_—————-—~—-!_——————_—n PORTIAMD CEMENT ASSOCIATlDN m Indium Baal Blip. 161mm": 2. In. 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