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November 15, 1945     The Billings County Pioneer
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I I - THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER IFIED DEPARTMENT II II HELP WANTED--MEN GOOD MECHANIC WANTED Good pay. JOI~NSON MOTOR SERVICE. Call 371-W. Valley City. N. Dak. HELP WANTED--MEN, WOMEN M RIED COUPLE to work on farm, year around job. Separate house, wages and some crop. EARL MORRELL, Dun Center, N. Dak. Available for immediate delivery, new and Jsed engines for industrial, truck, marine, ~+~d generating sets. We sell and service Diesel Engines evclusively. Consult our engineers on your requirements. NE 7196. 23UJO University Ave, St. Paul 4, Minn. SALESMEN call on business, profesmtonal men with uuick, easy seller they ~ll need. Workers earn big money. National Tux Service. 111 W. Jackson, Chicago 4. lli~ FARM MACHINERY & EQUIP. FARMERS: For lumber--roofing--shingles and best quality barn paint reasonable. See CHESLEy LuMnER & COAL CO. ]Fargo, N.D. Just East Powers Hotel. FOR SALE--1,000-bushel, 1,650-bushel and 2,200-bushel Butler steel grain binS. Im- mediate shipment. NORTH DAKOTA METAL CULVERT CO Fargo, N Dnh. SA-- NCHES 14 ml. from Duluth on paved road. Good houses ~)'x35', other bldgs, in good repair. This is a very successfulhog feeding farm wilil encl. feeding pens for 500 hogs. Good truck goes with sale. Eiec good well, go~d fence, Present owner has cost-free garbage removal contract with Duluth ho- tels. Old age forces sale. Priced at $15,000. $8,000 cash will carry, with bal. on reas. terms. For more inform, about this real opp. write or see JAY E. MARKLE, Agent Torrey Bldg. Duluth. Minn. INSTRUCTION FOXES---Nine in one day. Trap slyest fur- bearers Particulars free Guaranteed Write Estabroek. Sherburne Cir Vt. LIVESTOCK HIGH QUALITY REGISTERED KARA- KUL SHEEP Dot OUt on a proven plan. For inform, write L. F. Kelley. Anoka, Minn. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS ft LVENT/OF THE WEEK DIIg GIIOUT THE STATE TOLD IN BRIEF FORM IVE-- N'G M N F YOU E KILLED IN WRECK MII,TON -- In the worst automo- bile accident in the history of Pem- bina county, five Pembina county young men were killed when their car ra~ of~ the side of the road and crashed into the bank of a deep gully one mile east of here recent- ly. Those killed were Charles, 25, and Leonard Conlan, 28, both sons of Mrs. John Conlan of Hensel, Keith Gilmore, 21, a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Husband of Hensel. Kenneth Lawonn, 21, son of Mrs. Alex Lawonn of Hensel, and Free- man Einarson, jr 21, son ~f Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Einarson of Mountain. Both of the Conlan boys are ~x- servicemen and saw action against he enemy in foreign lands. CharleI serwd for almost four years in ths army and he spent about'three yearl in Italiy and he arrived at his hom~ about three weeks ago. His bro- ther, Leonard. was in the navy and also discharged and he saw action against the enemy and arrived at his home at Hensel last Sunday evening. Freeman Einarson, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Einarson, made his home with his parents on a farm near Mountain. His father is well known in the county, having serv- ed as county commissioner from that district for several years. ~PIANOS. Large piano warerooms. SpinetS, grands, small pianbs, rebuilt pianos, pla~.: Keith Gilmore was razsed and era, all well known makes. Priced from ~ made his home with Mr. and Mrs. to $I,000. Terms: 20% down, 12 months+bal- ance. Write for catalog, complete price list. Wilfred husband of Hensel and they J. M. WYLIE 115 Broadway Fargo. N. D~L live on a farm near Hensel. ,---------CELL/ILN-:--+-~-MIs EOUS ~" Kenneth Lawon:a also lived with his parents on a farm in the Hen- According to those who arrived at the scene of the accident soon For comforts after it happened, all were believ- illed to have been killed instantly convenience, and n ,lll~ with the exception of Charles Con- II economy, stop at lan. He was taken immediately to [I I! Milton and given medical assist- HOTE L I[ ance by Dr. Panek of that place nd he lived for about three hours. II FARGOA ! +11 Leaving Miltonabout 1:30inthe morning, their Car passed nother down hill and traveling east. After the car which they had passed reached the top o this hill the driver noticed there was no car W~E D ~ ~U~ I ahead of them in sight. It had FANCY FEATHERS WANTED|,completely disappeared. ]Pheasants. Roosters, skins and tails. Goose and Duck feathers--new or treed: alsO,Becoming alarmed, the driver qu/ns. F~rmere Ster~, Mltcao So. D~. I turned around and drove+ to Milton i where he reported the accident rd Then a group from Milton immed- i Fa. o Directory lately drove over the road and up- IhMUATOB IR~/EIdIIU~ ,--'--I n ,caking down in a gully about F ~,t~ ~.~,25 to 30 feet deep they saw the AUTO 'flU~ nod ]~JtCTOR I~tO~01~ ! wrecked and + completely smashed Ole~--R~l~lr~--~f,automobile t~ontaining these five I men. Medical+ help was immediately First National BankandTmstCo. I summoned and Charles Conlan was [:argo, N.D. l the ~nly one of the group found Amem over Eight Million Dollars { alive and he was rushed to Milton Member NOffi'ttWl~ST BANCORPORATION where he passed away. ' ' down the hill the driver in some manner lost control of the car. Al- lEU~u. PIe. -- Roams $1.2S ,d up. ] ter traveling some distance and | FAROO, NOMYHDAKOTA,breaking off four short highway posts the car then left the road ~n:li e:g nd and traveled close tb the bridge ,ler R I in and fell to the b0,~tom of the gully AUTO ~EP~,AC~E~T P~S on the opposite side. There it rest- ~-met~l Machine nnd Boiler Work ed until it was moved so the OCCU- CRAIG BBOS, Im m. F. Ave - - l~rco, N.D.pants could be released. Northwood Has Disastrous Fire NORTHWOOD -~- This little city experienced+ one of its most specta- cular and most destructive fires re- cently when fire broke out at noon in the oil and paint room next (~a. ~ relieves promptly be- to the office of the Thompson Yards. use It goes right to spat Of the trouble to hel] loosen and expel Most of the active firemen were out germ la~len phleff~ and aid ~tture of town hunting, some attending a t~ soothe m~d heal raw, tender,/n. ~tmed bromchlsl mucoug mere church dinner out of town. and the e.~ Tell your ~ to sell yotl fire spread with much speed and ~bottleofC~eonull~donwlththetm. fury The Thompson Yards were al- ~ You retest lt~ the w~w It ~q [ekly ~ the cot~l or Yott ~ most completely destroyed and the ~ y08~fiF heat fr0m the burning building was ' so intense th t one could not stand on the side walk across the ~treet, SCOU'S EMULSION YEAR-ROUND TONIC Relieves pain and s0renes~. W~NU--y 45---45 Help Them Cleanse the Blood of Harmful Body Waste Your kidneys are eomdmntly flltoHn~ ~aste matter from the [Mood strum. Ba~ kld~ys sometimes lag in their work--do apt act as Nature Intended--fail to r~. move/mpuriti~ that, if ret4flned, may poison the system pad up~t the whols body machinery -- -- ~ Symptoms may I~ nagging oaoa~ pemistent headache, attacks of diz~ineu. g~tlus up oights, swsiliag, puffiness under the eyes---a gosling of nervous Imxiety end Iosa of pep and strength. Other signs of kidney or bladder dis- ~rdor are sometimes burning, ec~ty m frequent urination. There should be no doubt that pro mp~ ~reatment is wilt than nogl~t, Uee. D~n'S Pilis. Dome's have ~eu winning now triads fur more than forty years. They have e ~rion-wido r~putstio~, A~s re~mme~d~l by g~teful people th0 country over, Ark ~on+ ~miehfo~l which hampered fire-fighting. Fire deparLments from Hatton and Lari- more were called and rendered splendid service. The fire was con- fined to half a block, it is consid- ered little less than a miracle that the buildings to the south were sav- ed. A. L Sands is m~nager of the lumber yards and insurance was ~arried on the yards. HOSPITAL NAMED AFTER LATE GOV. MINOT:-~ The pr--- pos'ed new vet- erans' administration hospital here will be named in honor af: the late sen.' J.ohn Moses, who died last March" 3. The official name will be the+ John Moses Veterans Memor+ i~], hospital A site for the *lh0-bebd general medical and surgical-hoe- pital has been approved and funds for its