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October 6, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1960 rilE BILLINGS COUNTY I?IO ;EER. MEDORA, N. DAK REDHEADS @ , , )r STATEMENT OF THE O%VNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, ETC. Sialement required by ine act of August 24, IS12, as amended by Ibm acis of March 3, l~S, and July 2. 1546 (Title 39, UnUmd Slates Coda, Section 233) mhowb, g t1~ ownez'm~p, management, and circulation of 2tlllngs County Pioneer published weekly at Medora. North Dakota for Oct. 6, 1960. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA B!L~GS COUNTY ) Before me, a Notary Public in and for the State and County aforesaid, Personally appeared Walt@r R. Brat- ton, who, having been duly sworn ac- cording to law, deposes and says that he is the owner of the Billings Coun- ! ty Pioneer and the following is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management, etc of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the Act of August 24, 1912, as amended by the Act of March 3, 1933, e.nabodied in Section ~7. Postal Laws and Regula- tions, printed on the reverse of this form, to-wit: 1. That the names and addresses ! of the publisher and editor are: I Publisher W. R. Bratton, Beach, North Dakota. EditorMrs. Alice Lebo, Medora, r North Dakota. ] 2. That the owner is: Walter R. I Bratton, Beach, North Dakota I 3. That there are no known bond! or mortgage holders. ] That the average number of cop- . ies of each issue of this publication sold or distributed through the mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the 12 months preceding the date shown above is 450. WALTER R. BRATTON. Owner. Swore to and subscribed before me this 29th day of September, 1960. (SEAL) P. J. SCHILLO. Notary Public. 32iy commission expires June 22. 1961. SALE OF REAl. ESTATE The "Minnesota" Two Coat System consists of a coat of WELD-TITE PalMER for the wood, and a coat of QUALIT~ I~IOUSE PAINT for the weather. These two top quality produc~8- are scientifically formu- lated for use together. WELD-TITE PRIMER seals the porous surface and is ideally receptive for the single fin- ish coat of beautiful, long lasting QUALITY HOUSE PAINT. "Minnesota" SHINGLE STAIN beau- tifies and preserves all wood shingles and rough ~awed siding. There are eight modern, long I~st- ing colors from which to choose! ;ee "This Year's Color Prevue" Billings County Pioneer A Continuation of "TILE BADLANDS COW"BOY" ]~tabllshed in 1883 NOTICE ISI HEREBY GIVEN HAlL-ROAD YAF1ETY COUNCIL that under authority of an order BEACH GOLVA BO,R Slippery areas at railroad crossings are death traps to the motorists, of sale ~ranted by ~he Judge of Eo~tor - Pubnsller ~ays Alton Schuette, president of the North Dakota RairR0sd Safety ~he County Court Jn and for the~ Subscription: $1.50 per year in advance Council. With the arrival of winter - together with. its paczeo snow Cou.nty o.f Bi'Uings and State o~' entered in ~he Post Office at Medora, and Ice, we face a new danger at railroad crossings .where ice and North Dakota, dated the 9th day: ~ / ~llhngsCounty, North Dakota. Feb- snow put drivers in danger of approaching trains. Schuette advises ~~ ~ ~ -defy 15. 1934. as second class matter motorists to play it safe ,~t raih'oad crossings just as ,they do at of Au'gust, 1960, the undersigned" under the Act of March 3, l~ street intersections. As a matter of fact. Schuette says. motor sts as the ad,ministrator of the es- )fm :~ Newspaper of the County o~ should be even more careful at railroad crossings where:they must tate of Anna An~heluk, deceased, ~y:i:i 7!ll~r e.s, Sta*e of North Dakota. ar~ Or~ed at ~each. North Dakot~t. face trains that are longer, heavier and faster than they eyer have will sel'l at private sale to the ~ ~: ~i~i~i~o~:~ been." "Let's stov. lo0k and listen at those crossings," Schuette said. highest .bidder for cash, or for ~ x- ~:::~ ~i~!.~:~:~:~:~:~:~:::~*:i~:~i~::~7!!i . kxN~ ~ ~. --~ ~: - ~:!:~:~ '~::~ : ::;~:: ~.-: : ,- .~ ~*:: .::.&~ ::::::::::::::::::::: one-third down and the ~balahce = "-:: :::S ~::::::::::::: ::: :::::~:, ,:::,=:::::::::::::: :: "~ "': of the sales price in three equal [~ ~ -~:::~{~::::.~.: :::z:. :.: ~: : ::::: ::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::~:,:~:~:. :' :.! ~/; ::!:~;::: Ci!)i:~:~::i;~:~:}i:{i}:;:::::i;: annual payments with interest 1~~ ~:':::~ " " "~ ":: '~ ~::: ~:::~::~ ~ : ;. .~- ,-" ~ ,~" ~:.~::::i!ii~:::. } at the rate of 6% per annum, @, " ~/~-~-~ ~ payable annually, su,bject to the " ~:~ -~- -: co,nfirmation of this Court, ~'h, ~1t'; ~ ~ /~ l following desert,bed real estate, One-ha.lf ', l interest in corn- i " ~ '' : moo o~ the Sou,~hwest Qu,arter (SW;,) of Section 'Fourteen (14} :. : in Township One Hu'ndred For- " I ty-two (142) 'North of Ran,ge .i" ,i Tlhe sale wi~t !be ,made on or after the ls,t day of November 1960. All bids must be in writing and may ~be filed with t,he office of the cou,nty Judge, or delivered ~/~. to the undersigned, George Kad- rmas, personally. Dated this 30th day of S~p,tem- ~ n~. W. Eichhorst ber 1960. Attorney George Kadrmas ~'~th o:t;,-,~ m Adlministrator of the Es- B E L F I E L D fate of Anna AnhCu~. De- SATURDAYS ceased. MONDAYS . WEDNESDA~ (Oct. 6-13) -- and -- : TUESDAYSFI~IDAYS. THURSDAYS / new bracelet-embroidered Sh ip'n Shore" a simply elegant blouse with bracetet sleeves encircled with flowers and fill- gree. No-iron 65% Dacron~ polyester, 35% cotton. White, rich hues. 30 to 38 SPECIAL AUCTION SALES AT THE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6tli " This is a regular sale day but CALVES' prior- ity at 1 p.m. Several advance listings fo .ithis sale indicate another top sale. TUESDAY, OCTOBER llth '-, Special Sheep Sale at 1 pat. Special Dairy Sale at 7 p,m Special Horse Sale immediately following ,D jry, Sale. MONDAY, OCTOBER 17th Special All Breed Calf Sale ";,'. MONDAY, @ rI BER 24th!;:' (' c.t.t, sponsorea by me ngus . ssn: '- REGULAR SALES EVERY ,TH~,~/~,X: Benefit by ti,e~ A~ti0n ~//.((: ~ ;,(. an Auction and Comi gn 'era to awa? and the kue~ o~ i vJslOn. /