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3" -. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1945 The Week Around Medora NOTICE OF SALE OF COUNTY LANDS Pursuant to Chapter 288. Paragraph 13, of the 1941 Session Laws of North Dakota, notice is hereby given that the following described" lands will be sold by Billings county for taxes on November 20th. at the Court House in Medora, North Da- kota. at the minimum sales price shown, or to the highest bidder, unless redemption is made prior to that time. Dated at Medora. N. D.. this 7th November 1945. day M J. r. TESTER. County Auditor and clerk for the Board of County Commissioners of Billings County, N. D. Last week end was round-up time at the Lars Vanvig ranch, and Mrs. Vanvig assisted in gathering the cattle. Bill McCarty made one of his in- frequent trips to Dickinson last Monday. J. F. Reilly shopped and attended to business matters in Belfleld be- tween trains Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bird and son. Gary, and Bill Bird were in town briefly last Thursday on their way home from a visit in Dickinson. Richard A. (Bud) Anderson, has been discharged from service after a long sojourn in the European Theatre and arrived at home to visit his parents, Mr. and MrS. Richard Anderson, last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Vanvig visited their daughter, Mrs. Glen Olson and family, at Trotters over the week end. Russell (Corky) Call, who is 81t- ' Minimum Description Section Sales Price 139-102 El’zSWl’d Lots 3 and 4 30 $150.00 140-101 Lot 4 5 40.00 Lots 1, 2. 3. and 4 7 35.00 ORIGINAL TOWNSITE 0P FRYBURG Minimum Lot Block Sales Price 5 ' 1 5.00 1 5.00 '1 1 5.00 9 1 5.00 10 1 5.00 11 1 5.00 12 1 5.00 13 1 5.00 17 ' 1 5.00 23 1 5.00 24 1 5.00 5 3 5.00 3 5.00 7 3 5.00 8 3 5.00 9 3 5.00 10 3 5.00 11 3 5.00 12 3 5.00 13 5.00 15 5.00 16 3 5.00 17 3 5.00 18 3 5.00 1 4 5.00 2 4 5.00 4 4 5.00 . 5 4 5.00 6 4 5.00 7 4 5.00 8 4 5.00 9 4 5.00 , 10 4 5.00 11 4 5.00 13 4 5.00 17 4 5.00 19 4 5.00 UPDIKE’S ADDITION TO FRYBU’RG Minimum Lot Block Sales Price 1 1 5.00 2 1 3.00 3 1 .00 4 1 5.00 5 1 5.00 1 5.00 4 2 5.00 5 2 5.00 2 5.00 7 2 5.00 2 5.00 i 2 5.00 10 2 5.00 11 2 5.00 12 2 5.00 1 3 5.00 2 3 5.00 3 3 5.00 4 3 5.00 I 5 3 5.00 8 3 5.00 9 3 5.00 10 3 5.00 11 3 5.00 . 12 3 5.00 3 4 5.00 4 4 5.00 15 5.00 18 5 5.00 A description of land in the Eu! Half of Section 5439-100 described as follows: Beginning at a point 68 feet directly North of the Northwest. corner of Lot 1, in Block 4 of the Town of Fryburg. N. Dak.. and running directly North 175 feet; Thence directly East 130 feet; Thence directly South 175 feet to North Line of Bryan Ave- nue; thence directly West 130 feet to its point of beginning. situated in the East Half of Sec- tion 9. Township 139. Range 100 less Right of Way .................. .. $15.00 (Nov. 8) , ANNOUNCE SPRING PIG GOAL, A 1946 spring pig goal of 52 mil-I lion head, and an average support price for good to choice butcher hogs of $12 per hundred (Chicago basis) effective Oct. 1, 1946, to September 30, 1947, has been an- nounced by USDA. glflllllllllllmmfllllmfllllllIllllllllillIIlllll|l1llIlllllllilnllllillllillllllllllllllllnllllilllllllfllllll HORSES We will buy horses that price for yearlings. Due to the shortage necessary ,to arrange for THE ELDER ommmmmunnnnnnnmmmmunmuumlmmummwlummnnmnumnn in Medora, in carload lots, from now until further notice. $1.35 per hundred will be paid for all good slaughter horses 2 years old and over and one-half at least one week in advance. For further informa- tion contact our agent .W. Jamestown, N. ,D. lllflllllllIlllllnllllllllllllUllIIIIllllllnlllIIllIllllIllIIIIlllllflfllIIIIlllllll{1|llllIIIIillnlllllllllIllUllllllllllIlnfllflllfllllmlllllllufll° tending high school here, spent last week end at the Totly Ranch. Mrs. Pete Meyers and infant son were in Dickinson last Mbndoy. Mrs. John Nunn and baby, and Mrs. Leighton Nunn and daughter, were Dickinson Simppers on Thurs- .day of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy zitbarnan and son of Thermopolis, Wyo., enroute to Ellendlale, stopped off here to enjoy a good dinner with Mr. and Mrs. John Godfrey last Friday. Mrs. Zittaman is a niece of Mr. Godfrey. Mrs. A. J. Anderson and Paul Alan lebo book Allen Anderson to Dickinson last Saturday to have the doctors there treat Allen for a hemorrhage of the throat which resulted from a. tonsil operation which he underwent some time ago. The bleeding could not be checked until some hours later, but he was able to return home Sunday and is now much improved. Mr. and Mrs. John Godfrey vis- ited friends find relatives in Grassy Butte last Sunday. {Paul W. Lebo drove to Dickinson last Friday afternoon to Shop and take care of business matters. He was accompanied by L. M. Barn- =hertwhowssbobringhomehis car which was being repaired. Mr. and Mrs. Mugs Vanvig drOVe in from the ranch last Monday to visit Mrs. Vanvig’s parents and to do their weekly shopping. Mrs. Clara Roberts and son. E1- mer, were shoppers in Medora last week. Mrs Ina V. Tisor submitted to a. major operation at the Dickinson hospital Monday, and at latest reports she is doing very well. He: sons, Lawrence, Lester and Lyle, and her husband, were all in Dick- inson with her on that day. Mrs. Otto Peterslie and son, Or- ville, and Mrs. Ted Rink and son were supper guests of Mr. aners. Lars Vanvig last Sunday evening. The Board of County Commis- sioners met TueSday for a two- day session with all board mem- bers and H. A. Machofl' in at- tendance. muunInIIllulllnlmulmunlll WANTED for slaughter each week of stock cars, it will be delivery of your horses J. Ray, Medora, N. Dak. HORSE GO. I!“Ill“lllllnllllllllllllummlllflInlllllllll1llUlllflflllfllfllllmlfllmllllmfluIIIlllllllIIIO Al'rertiacmm Mel Bates and Jud Polk were arguing the other day about the factory versus the farm. Jud has a job in the tool works and Mel grows the best corn in the county. “Where would you farmers be." Jud says, “if it weren‘t for the factories that make your plows and tractors?” “And where would you fac- tory workers be,” says Mel, “un- less we farmers grew the food that keeps you going?” Well, they called 'it a draw, and made peace over a glass of From Where I sit A; J ooMarsh 3' Factory'versus Form: .A Drow beer, “brewed from golden farm- er’s grain," allows Jud, “. . _. and bottled. and kept wholesome by the ingenuity of industry,” Mel adds politely. \ From where I sit, we may have different occupations, difierent standards, difierent opinions . . . but we’re all necessary to one another. And the more we skip the differences, and stress the bigger issues of cooperation, tol- erance. and understanding . . . the closer We are to al better . "W W‘- 1945. United States Brewer: Foundation THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER Mr. and Mrs. Lars Vlanvig, Mrs. J. F. Reilly and Mrs. J. C. Ras- mussen drove to Dickinson last Monday where Mrs Vanvig and Ms. Reilly took treatments from Dr. Boelke. John Hinkel, proprietor of the Roosevelt Cafe, ms a shopper in Dickinson Thursday of last week. FredKrogliisassistingattlieOal’c wt the present time. Clarice Anderson and her broth- er. Bud, left for the country north of Beliield to visit at the homes of Roy Lillibridge, C. E. R111 and Harold Larson, Tuesday. Kollbjorn Bye, our congenial friend and booster from the north river district was seen on our streets 'Wednesday evening of last week. John OlBrien, former Fairfielrl merchant, and Leo 1“. Davis, farm- er from south of F‘rylburg, trans- acted business in our little town Tuesday afternoon. The Medora Ladies Aid met with Mrs. Lloyd McCubohan Wednesday evening. Dysandra (Sonny) Davis and her husband stopped in town briefly last Saturday afternoon. We do not happen to lmow the name of Sonny's hquand, but are advised (that they are now living in Valley City. Sidney Connell made one of his short and snappy business trips to our city Tuesday. The Selective Service Board met there last Saturday evening in con- nection with making future calls of our boys for the service. Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Leno and Mrs. E. J. Van Doren drove to Beacl'r last Saturday afternoon in an eflort to purchase the several elusive items such as ohildrens underwoar, long stockings and Clothespins. Result? No dice. According to the latest word re- ceived here, Miss Helen Arnold, who was stricken with partial paralysis some time ago, is slight- my improved but expects to go to Can-isota, S. D., for further treat- memts. The Billings County Welfare Board met with Executive Secre- tary W. S. Stutsman. at the Court House. Tues-my afternoon. J. F. Tester, A. E. Boicourt and thn Godfrey made a business trip to Flalrfleld community last week. Lester 'I‘isor, who has been spend- ing an extended furlough with his family at Beach, visited his par- ents here Wednesday of last week. Arlene Ray, who has been act- ing as Clerk in the office of the County Auditor, has received her appointment as Deputy Auditor, and now carries a pencil behind each ear instead of just one. We aWOke Wednesday morning to find approximately two inches of that stufl they call “beautiful snow" on the ground. At this writ— ing it is still falling and falling fast, and with no cessation in sight. The Senior Bridge Club met with Mrs. Ellen Osterhout Thursday eve- ning of last week. First prize was taken by Mr. J. J. Eaton. second by Mrs. Van Doren and low by Mrs. Emma Lawson. Guests were Marion Christensen and Ethel Boyd. Lt. Russell Noyes of Beach, and grandson of Mrs. Emm Lawson, is on his way home from the Pacific Theatre after having sew- ed there since the beginning of the war. Mrs. Page Myers and Mrs. Arthur Boyd went to Sentinel Butte last Friday evening to take in the school entertainment. _\ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Noyes of Beach visited Mrs. Noyes’ mother, Mrs. Emma Lawson last Sunday. Mrs. Mary McCarty and Mrs. J. E. Harding shopped and visited in Belfield Monday. Mr. and Mrs. G-eo. R. Oster- hoult took in lodge meeting in Beach Tuesday evening. They were accompanied by Mrs. Emma Law- son who spent the evening with her daughter, Mrs. June bees. Steve Doroschuk and Mt Jim Dorowlmk, recently dimmed from theAnny, were in Medina last Saturday to have their dis- charges recorded. I Joan Lebo and Marilyn Gimm- sen, students at the Model Rich in Dickinson. came home last Fri- day evening to spend the week end vacation at their respective homes, retumim by bus Smiley evening. Albeit Oyihus returned from St. Paul Saturday evening after dis- posing of his shipment of cattle returning to the ranch with Johnny Reilly Monday morning. He re- ports having received a very 800d price for his cattle. J. J. Eaton paid a. call-on Dr. Bush at Beach Wednesday morning for a olmckup on his condition conniving his operation at the Ma. Clinic at Rochester. ' SIMMONS STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA ; COUNTY ‘OF BILLINGS ) IN DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. Lawrence A. Lemlre. and Alma A. Lemire. his wife. Plaintiffs, .vs— John H. Hagquist, Wind-~ ermere Investment Co., L. S. Dillingham sole Trustee, George Bastunas. Rock Island Lumber 8: Manufacturing Co., a Cor- poration. Sam Geanikes, and all other persons unknown claiming any es- tate or interest in or lien or incumbrance upon 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 an- swer the Complaint of Plaintiff in the above entitled action. which is filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Billings 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 thirty (30) days aft- er the. service of this summons upon you. exclusive of the day of such service; and in case of your failure to appear or answer. judg- ment will be taken against you by default for the arelief demanded in the Complaint. , Dated this 15th day of October A. D. 1945. H. E. HANEY Attorney for Plaintiffs Residence and Postofflce address Belfield. North Dakota. TO THE ABOVE NAMED DE- FENDANTS: You will further take notice that this action relates to the following described land, to- WI: All of Section 20, ship 137 N. Range 101, West of the Fifth Principal Meri- dian, Billings County, North Da- kota. Said Defendants will further take notice that no costs will be claim- ed by the Plaintiff against any of the Defendants not appearing or answering. H. E. HANEY \ vvvvvvvvwvvvvvvvvvv in Town— Attorney for Plaintiffs. (Oct. 18-25; Nov. 141-1542) summons STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA ) COUNTY OF BILLINGS ) IN DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT Alfred Schwartz, Plaintiff, -vs— Jens J. Jenson. John T. Elde, S. K. Pladson. the unknown heirs, devisees or legatees of E. H. Farin. Deceased, the unknown heirs, devisees or legatees of J. S. Johnson, De— ceased. and all other persons unknown claim- ing any estate or interest in or hen or incum- brance upon the prop- erty 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 an- swer the Com laint of the Plain- tiff 1n the a ve entitled action. which is filed in the Office of the Clerk of the District Court of Billings County. North Dakota. and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscriber at his office in the City of Belfleld. 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. Dated this 28th day of September A. D. 1945. H. E. HANEY Attorney for Plaintiff Office and Postoffice address Belfleld, North Dakota. TO THE ABOVE NAMED DE- FENDANTS: You will further take notice that the object of the above entitled action is to exclude the Defendants from any estate or in- terest in or lien or incumbrance upon the following described real estate. to~wit: All of Section Three (3); and the Scuth East Quarter (SIM/4) of Section Eleven (11), all in Township One Hundred Thirty- seven (137) North, Range One Hundred (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. KANEY Attorney for Plaintiff. (Oct. 4-11-18-25: Nov. 1-8) Vvvvvvvvyvvvvwvvvv SALE OF STATE LAND The State of North Dakota will sell at public sale at 10:30 A. M. on the 20th day of November. 1945. at the front door of the Court House in Medora. North Da- kota. the following described land: North Half (NI/2) of Section Twenty Five (25) Township One Hundred Forty One (141) North of Range Ninety Nine (99) west. (320 acres more or less according to Government survey.) Fifty per cent of all oil. natural gas, coal, or minerals on or underly- ing 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 thereafter with minimum payment of 6% of the purchase price annually. This includes interest at the rate of 3%. The purchaser will pa the costs of the sale. The State has an offer of $3500.00. When final pa ment has been made. the Board 0 University 8: School Lands will issue to the purchasgr‘; his heirs or assigns. a uit cla deed conveying title to sue premis- es and delive; Such abstract of title as the State now has. The costs of any extension of the abstract will be borne by the purchaser. The premises will be, sold subject to the present existin lease. The gBoard reserves the right to r an and 11 bids. alleged it Bisrgarck. North Dakota. this 27th day of October, 1945. JOHN 0. LYNGSTAD. Commissioner University 8: School Lands (Nov: 1-8) new BABLEY DEVELOPED A new, early a-row, smooth awn barley that outyields Wisconsin and averages a to 4 pounds per bushel 11va in test weight has been developed by the Minnesota Experiment Station. It is named Mars. and will be ‘Wllable onlv on a limited scale in 1943. cold smoked, hard smoked, PAGE FIVE SALE OF STATE LAND SALE OF STATE LAND The State of North Dakota will The State of North Dakota ill sell at public sale at 10:30 A. M. sell at public sale at 10:30 A. wM. on the ‘20th day of November, on the 20th day of November. 1945, at the. front door . of the 1945, at the front door of the Court House in Medora. North .Da- Court House in Medora. North Da- kota, the following described land: kota, the followin d South Half of the Southeast West Half ofg theescgggshxiligsrtd‘ Quarter ( Slé SEE/4 ): Southwest Quarter. (WI/{SWl/u Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quark Quarter of the SouthWest Quar- ter (SW‘A SW%) of Section ter (SEE’SWV — Twelve <12).- South Half of the ter of ‘the “Soi‘tl‘ilgalgteSthfilxgr Southwest Quarter 8% SW53. (SWEQSE‘A) of Section Twenty—- Southwest Quarter of e South Two (22) Township One Hun- East~ Quarter (SWE’. SE32) of dred Forty One (141) North of’ Section Fourteen (14): South Half Range Ninety Nine (99) west of the North 11811 (Sill N542): (160 acres more or less according North Halfl of l[the Northwest to Government survey.) glsfé‘ng; Ngfi) figrthSecggfi gaFS‘iftCygalper cent oils all oil, natural . . 01' mmera .. gaggle sSégittflliea‘S: stQuéi‘figiie 1.91%: gig such land is reserve%nb;rthlgdsetxalt}e’2.. w“) of Section Twenty Four ot less than 20% of the purchase' (24) Township One Hundred For- ty (140) North of Range One Hundred (100) west. (720 acres more or less according to Gov- ???{nem surviy‘) f 11 i1 1 y er cen o a o , natural gas, coa . or minerals on or underly— pay the COStS Of the sale" mg such land is reserved by the State. The State has an Offer 0f $213700. Not less than 20% of the purchase When final payment has been made. price must be paid at the time of the Boa.” Pf Univemity & SChool the sale. The balance may be paid Li’nds .W’“ 153118 to the purchAser, at any time thereafter with minimum ms helm 0’. assigns a QUit claim payment of 6% of the purchase rice 699d conveymg “me to 5110“ Premis- annually. This includes interes at es and dellver such abstract of title the rate of 3%_ The purchaser will as the State now has. The costs of pay the costs of the sale. any extensxon of the abstract will be The state has an offer. of $7300.00. borne by the purchaser. The premises. When final payment has been made. Wm be 501d “meet to the Present the Board of University a; school exisung lease- Lands will issue. to the purchaser. The Board reserves his heirs or assigns. a uit claim "13“ any 3"" 3“ bids~ deed conveying title to sue premis—l Dated at Bismarck North Dakota es and deliver such abstract of title this 27th day Of ocmbfl- 1945' ’ as the State now has. The costs 01 JOHN 0. LYNGSTAD. the sale. The balance ma be ' at any time thereafter withy mlnllgaug: payment of 6% of the purchase price annually. This includes interest at the rate of 3%. The purchaser will the right to any extension of the abstract will be comlSSioner home by the purchaser. The premises University 8: School Lands will be sold subject to the present (Nov: 1-8) existing lease. . rteDectt dany 33d all bids. ae at ismarck, North Dakota, this 27th day of October, 1945. W‘ J' RAY JOHN C. LYNGSTAD, “‘°’“°Y""L"' Commissioner University & School Lands (Nov: 1-8) PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS Smoked fish are of three types— Medom' N- Dak- and f“ Mm 1.»... —“m--.‘ .KILL GRUBS ma 6 R In: s' MORE THAN $100,000,000 EACH YEAR ESTRAYED Please Notify W. J. Ray of Medora, North Dakota, of all Cattle or Horses branded (Bellows) on Left Jaw. u Shoulder or Hip; (Cross- L) Left Side on Cattle; Left Thigh on Horses; (TC) Left Side Cattle, running off Submarginal Range, South of NP tracks or East of Submarglnal 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. { .I -‘ other livestock pen: the effective. proved, labor-dawn: way. with an Automatic Curryo In; Ind Dipping Ma- chine. In one open- non. the livestock curry the" can: and um], Den-repelling medicated dip oil. The animals do the work . you save time . . labor and at BIGGER PROFI S! For Cattle. Hogs, Hones. SEE rue CURRYING AND DIPPING MACHINE ON DISPLAY TODAY (3. G. JOHNSON Golva Beach NOV. 21, 1945' All mponmr am roll max/mus or ARMY VETERAIIS now 01mm: | HIGHLIGHTS OF THE NEW ENLISTMENT PROGRAM: 1. Enlistments for 11/2, 2 or years. ( 1—year enlistment: permitted for men with 6 months’ service.) Between now and November 21, thousands of Am veterans will reenlist in Uncle S m's- new volun- teer peacetime Army. Because - men who have been discharged be- tween May 12 and November 1 or! this year and reenlist on or before November 21 will be able to return to the Army with the some grade as they held when discharged. Men with six months of satisfac- tory service discharged as privates will, on reenlistment before Novem— ber 21, be given the grade of private first class; Men now in the Amy who apply for discharge after NOVEMBER 1 for the purpose of reenlisting in the Regular Army will also retain their present grades, if they enlist within 20 days after discharge and before FEBRUARY 1, 1946. “I551” JOI IN THI WORLD" These special privileges are typical of the new law recently passed by Congress. Few opportunities for a lifetime career ofl’er as many attrac- tive advantages. Can you think of any other job that would give you good ay, your food, clothing, uarters, ,ree med- ical and dents care, world-wide travel, 30 days’ furlough every year, education and training in any of nearly 200 skills or trades, and enable you to retire with 'a life in- come any time after 20 years’seroice 1' There isn’t (my! That's why a '2. Men reenlisting retain their present grades, if they reenlist with- in 20 days after discharge and before Feb. 1, 1946. The same applies to men discharged between May 12 and Nov. 1, 1945, who reenlist before Nov. 21, 1945. 3. An increase in the reenlistment bonus to $50 for each year of active service since the bonus was last paid, or Ilnce last entry into service. 4. 20% extra pay when oversees. 5. Paid furlough, up to 90 days, depending on length of service, with furlough travel paid to home and return, for men now in the Army who enlist. 6. Musteringmut pay (based upon length of service) to all men who are discharged to toonlist. 7. Option to retire at half pay for the rest of your life after 20 years’ service --or three—quarters pay after 30 years. (Retirement income in grade of Master or First Sergeant up to $155.25 per month for life.) All prekus active federal military ser- v1ce count: toward retirement. 8. Benefits of GI Bill of Rights. 9. Family allowances for the term of enlistment for dependents of men who enlist or reenli t b 1 July 1, 1946. s e on 10. Choice of branch of service and job in the Regular Arm has been 0v , th , . . called “The Best Job in t World." Soggzqum-gzairn :yfipeglftggnto: W PAY PER MONTH- MONTHLY RETIREMENT ENLIS'I'ED MEN fifty, moon: AFTER: II mill.- to m, Lugs-g. M..." m?» ngtfé'.‘ 33.5311?" cm and Medial M or First Sergeant $138.00 $89.70 $155.25 <1: Technical Sergeant 114.00 74.10 128.25 hymn" 20% he”... so, Sufi Sergeant . . 96.00 62.40 108.00» Service Oven-u. (b)-P11-'u Sergeant . . . . 78.00 50 70 87 50% If Member of F1th corpora ' ' Crown, Per-chutitt, etc. (c) . ,‘ ' ' ' “'00 42-90 74-25 Plus 5% Increase in Pay for Prime Fm: Clu- . 54.00 35.10 60.75- Eocb 3 Years of Service. Private . . 50.00 32.50 56.25“ 5!! THE JOB THROUGH II. S. ARMY II A “GUARDIAN OF VICTORY" . All. onouuo, IIIVlcl roncu nmusr NOW AT YOUR MAR“? 3. MY mumuo “A110” 28-22% First Avenue N. BILLINGS, MONT. GRAND soaks. N. DAR. 1 price must be ~paid at the time of‘