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November 17, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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ELL, G S P O EER, MED ORA :, LAX. .RSD'AY, OVE RER 17, 1960 0 r One of mo t no ablo, on l FOR S --.--. - well-cherished (ff all the stories SALE OF STATE LAND from the Old Testament is the The State of North Dakota will Book or Ruth. A story of cour- m all sizes pipe, including 2 in 27/8 in 3 in 4 in ' and 7% inch. Cheap Discount for quantity lots. Beach Phone TR 2-3228 Box 542 RANCHERS- Have available for immediate delivery. 18% to 44% protein cattle feed; also 41% cottonseed cake from Texas. Beach, N. D TR 2-4107 THANK YOU! FOR THE SPLENDID VOTE I RECEIVED IN THE GENERAL ELECTION. I AM DEEPLY GRATEFUL. (Pal. Pol. Adv.) THANK YOU! FOR YOUR VOTE IN THE RECENT ELECTION. IT WAS VERY MUCH APPRECIATED. (Pd. pol. adv.) FOR THE VOTE / I RECEIVED LAST TUESDAY AT THE GENERAL ELECTION STANLEY J. MAIXNER (Paid Pol. A v.) sell at l~ublic sale at 11:30 a.m. (MST) age, of faith and hope and of on the 1st day of De~ember, 1960, at mercy and of a merciful God. It the front door of the Court House is a story of tolerance and und-: in M~dora, North Dakota, the fol-erstanding, those invaluableI lowing described land': commodities of which the world Southeast quarter (SE~A) of Sec- is in such dire need today, i lion Thirty six ~36), Township One This picture was directed by'I hundred forty o~ne (141) North. of Henry Koster, who gave you Range Ninetyetght (98) West, (160 such pictures as "The Robe", "A', acres more'~ or less according to i Man Called Peter" and '~Come ', Government survey) : TO The Stable" I All mineralS including but not Unlike some of the other Bib-I limited to oil, gas, coal, cement ma-lical features that have gone be-i teria!s, sodium sulphate, sand and fore, with spectacle heaped upon gravel, road materml, building stone, spectacler with smashing action! chemical substances, metalic ores, 'and deeds of daring and reckless uranium ores, and colloidal or other courage, this is a quiet tale, a clays which may be found on or itale of magnificent courage, in- underlying such land are reserved deed but restrained calm by the State, as prowded by Section fraught with inner fire, and feel-I 155 of the North Dakota Constitution. ~ir~atct ~rw'l ~ r,f whxr~;,ol ~v,i ~ Not less than 20% of the purchase ment ] b " l~rice must be paid at the hme of! D " 11 " u" ] i I es. ecla y booked this . lc- the sale. The balance may be paid lure for the Thanksgiving holt- at any time thereafter with minimum'day so you might want to corn-! payment of 6% of the purchase pmce~plete your Thanksgiving Day by P; annually. This includes interest at seeing a good Religious Picture the rate of 4%. The purchaser will as a family group. It isn't very~ pay the costs of the sale. I often that you ever see families The State has an offer of $5000.00. as a group anymore. So here is When final payment has been made, something for the entire family the 'Board of University and School Lands will issue to the purchaser,! to enjoy as a group. TI~E STORY OF RUTH, coming i his heirs or assigns, a patent con-l i to the Bijou Theatre, Thursday, i veying title to such premises. The Friday, and Saturday, Nov. 24- premises will be sold subject to the 25-26. present existing leases. Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Dated at ,Bismarck, North Dakota this 3rd day of Nover~ber, 1960. Anton J. Schmidt State Land Commissionez (Nov. 10-17-24) Work safely---live lon~er; care- lessness can kill you! Visii~ Grandparents -- James Decker of Spokane, Wn. arrived in Sentinel Butte on Friday, Nov. 11 to visit at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Decker and other relatives. He returned to his home Sunday, Nov. 13. James was recently released from the U. S. Navy. FOR THE HEART-WARMING VOTE I RECE[ ED AT THE RECENT ELECTION WHICH REELECTED ME AS BILLINGS COUNTY STATES ATTORNEY. I WILL MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO CARRY ON THE DITTIES OF THIS OFFICE AS CAPABLY AS IS HUMANLY POSSIBLE. Wins (Bill) W Eichhorst ~f (Paid Pol. Adv.) T'S Wilt! Community Service coupons I am very grateful to the Billings County voters who supported me in the General Election. THANK YOU KINDLY Po. ad. spon. & pd. for by Pearl Ross Zilsdorf I wish to express my thanks to those who voted for me in the general election. (Paid Pol. Adv.) $17.90 " Give Me Doris Dodson, Please !" for the just-right dress for a season of dressing-up to the hilt! Bubbles of color rising on a cloud of nylon organza from a float-y irt to a waist-wlfittling cummer- bund to a bare-armed bodice. Completely lined. 5-15. C L A R A 'S OIL AND GAS I:T~ASE NOTICF. Notice is hereby given that The Bank of North Dakota will offer for ell and gas leasing the five per centum (5%) or the fifty per centum (50%) or all of the ell and natural gas in or underlying the hereinafter described lands at public auction to the highest bidder at the offices of the said Bank in the City of Bismarck, North Dakota, on December 1, 1960, at the hour of nine o'clock A. M. Any leases Issued pursuant to said auction shall be for a term of five (5) years at an annual delay rental of twenty-five cents (25e) per acre and shall provide for a royalty of one,eighth (%th) of all oil and gas produced and shall continue in effect as long as oil or gas is pro, duced thereunder in commercial quantities. The Bank reserves the right to reject any and all offers and b!ds. The sstd lands are identified and described as follows: IN BILLINGS C~N'rJ~Y, NCnTH DAK0~rA ; Mineral File No, "INvp. Rge. See. Description Acre's 1 9325 144 98 2 Lot 2. SWINE, V~x~SE~, 85.73 All proceedings for lease shall be had in accordance with the provisions of Sections 15, 17, 18 and 20 of Chapter 38-09, 195~ Supp. N.D.R.C. of 1943, and the successful bidder will be required to pay an amount equal to the first year's rental plus the amount of bonus bid and costs of advertising at the time of leasing, Dated at Bismarck, North Dakota, this 1st day of November, 1960. THE BANK OF NORTIt DAKOTA, AS AGENT FOR THE STATE TREASURER, AS TRUSTEE FOR TI-IE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA. 700 MAIN AVENUE, BISMARCK. NORTtI DAKOTA SALE OF OIL AND GAS LEASES On tne 30th day ~,f November. 1960, at 9.~0 o'clock A. M the Board of Uni- vers*ty and School Lands will sell at DublJc sale to the highest bidder, oil and ~as leases on the I,nnd~, h~,rtinafter described: ~I~,I$~C S COUNTY Twp. Range Section Description Mi neral Acre 141 99 2 SE~ 80 141 99 14 N'~V~4less 0.42 acres R/W 7,9.79 141 !~* 25 N%5 160 141 99 36 All 320 TOTAL 639.79 The sale will be held in the hearing room on t~e grounc[ m~,:)r of the State capitol building at Bismarck. Leases wi}l be issu,~d for 5 years at an annual rental of 2.5c per mineral a~:~>e. Bidding will be on the bonus. The successful bidder m,~s'e pay for the costs of publishing the notices of sale, and must pay one year's rental plus the bonus on the day of the sale in bankable 9untO. Dated at Bismarck, North Dakota, this 24th day of October, 1960. ANTON J. SCHMIDT. Land Commissioner. (Nov, 10-17) -k. i . ii MOVING SALT FEEDERS :-:.:<.: :.: ;ili:i!iii!i;iiiiii! ~ELPS ME COAX COWS TO :.;.::::::- :-:. < GRAZE ALL MY RANGE. iii!ii!!ii!ii;i!iiii :;:;:::::::::::::::: ;:::;::::::::::::::" :: :: :.i:!:i:i.ii::: :.