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r 2 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1945 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER A Continuation of "THE BADLANDS COWBOY" Established in 1883 H. R. JOHNSON. Manager W. MALKOWSKL Manager ALICE 1.. LEBO, Managing Editor Entered in the Post Office at Medora Billings County, N'th Dakota, Feb- ruary 15. 1934. as second class matter under the Act of March 3. 1879. Official News a er of the County of Billings. Staggep 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 Uncle James Staples. who has been inthe Twin Cities the past week, returned home Tuesday. Lehman Boysen, from the South: Country, was in Fryburg Monday and while in town stopped in at THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER The Week Around Medora Floyd C. Oyhus received his dis- charge frcm the Navy at the Sep- aration Center in Minneapolis on October 28th, and returned to his home at Medora, following a term of three years, three months and six days. He was in last Thurs- dayg to have his discharge record- ed. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Ray and the Walter J. Ray family went to Dick-_ ill-son Thursday to attend to busi— ness matters. Mrs. Chas. Wolf and liars Vanvig motored to Glendive and Sidney, Mont, last Thursday. Mrs. Wolf received treatment from a Glendive doctor and Mrs. Vanvig consulted dentists. Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor return- ed home from various Wyoming, Nebraska, and New Mex- ico, where Mr. Taylor has been working on several construction projects. the pioneer office to renew his subscription to the Pioneer. Ray 'Clevoland of Sully Spri’nBB left on Tuesday for Bisman:k where he will attend business college this winter and will then go to Wash- lburn N. D. to aid his father who Court is grinding at Dickinson ‘this week and several Billings County cattle cases will be heard before the end of the term. We Pilot. who has been build- -lng some fine farm houses in the vicinity of Cleveland, N. D., return- n‘iends last week, he returned to W Saturday. -- 1% SUMMOKS STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA ; UNTY BILLINGS ) CO OFIN DISTRICT COURT. SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT ence A. Lemire. and LuA‘lfna A. Lemire. "m’ Plaintiffs. .4 ) ) ) -vs- ) John H. Hagqulst, Wind- ; ermere Investment 00.. L. S. Dillingham sole ) Trustee. George Bastunas. ) Rock Island Lumber 8: ; Manufacturing Co.. 3 Cor- poration. Sam Geanikes. ) and all other persons ) unknown claiming any es- ; tale or interest in or lien or incumbrance upon ) the property described in g ) laint. the comp Defendants. STATE or NORTH DAKOTA “1% 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 Belfleld. Stark County. Norftth Dakota. within thirty (30) days a er the service of this summons upon you. exclusive of the day 0 such service; and in case of your failure to appear or answer. judg- ment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in e Com laint. ‘- 1LhDated IChis 15th day of October . . 1945. A D . E. HANDY I Attorney for Plaintiffs Residence and Postofficc address Belfield. North Dakota. ABOVE NAMED DE- FENDANTS: You will further take notice that this action relates to the following described wit: All of Section 20. ship 137 N. Ran e 101, West of the Fifth Pr ncipal Meri- gian. Billings County, North Da- ota. 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 TOTHE in Town- Attorney for Plaintiffs. (Oct. 18-25; Nov. 1-8-15-22) NOTICE or PUBLIC SALE 0!" LAND Notice is hereby given that ’he' lands hereinafter described will be offered for sale- to the highest bidder at public auction at the front door of the Court House in the" City of Medora, North Dakota. on the 4th day of December. 1945. at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoo of that day. pursuant to the provisions of Section 6-0931 Be- vlscd Code. The appraised value of said lands has been fixed at $600.00, which is the minimum sale price. Twenty per centum of the final bid sale price must be paid to the under- signed at the time of sale, and the successful bidder must also pay the costs of notice and sale and execute a contract for payment of the balance of the final sale price and interest at the rate of three per ccntum per “annual in annual installments of six per centum, of such price, plus tax and insurance deposits; The quheCrcsgflves the to reject vhny ht is: a; said lands will Csold subsist necessary reservations and excep- tions. and to lease thereof. it any, and are described as follows: Southeast Quarter (513%) of Section Thirty-three (33). Town- shgg One Hundred Thirty-eight (I ) North. of Range One Hun- dred (100) ‘West. in Billings County. North Dakota. Purchaser must pay cost of settle- ment with operator, of said land for work done thereon prepara- tory to next season's farming. Dated at Bismarck. North Dakota, November 8th, 1945. ‘ THE BANK OF NORTH DAKOTA. Agent for the State Treasurer as trustee for the State of North Dakota. (Nov. 15-22) Repairing and dimrpenlng garden toolsthisfwllcanchealotof time and annoyance next spring. when you want them in a hurry. The present support price of $13 c. hundred at Chicago for good- to choice butch-er hogs will continue to September 30, 1948, the AAA advises. land, to- . (Mrs. N. D. Nihols and Mas. Paul W. hobo drove to Beach Monday afternoon to do some Shopping. Mrs. F. J. Gilliam. sister of Mr. N. D. Nichols and Paul ’W. babe is here to spend Thanksgiving at their homes. {Emanuel Kautzman. who has served here as agent for the North- ern Pacific for some time, had his household goods hauled to Wiba-ux. Mont... by John Taylor last Salt- urday. The Senior Bridge Club met at Thursday. High prize was won by Mrs. J. J. Eaton. second by Mrs. Rasmussen and low by Mrs. Emma Lawson. Mrs. Geo. R. Ostenlumt motored to Beach last Wednesday where she attended a Past Matron’s party. file was accompanied by Mrs. Emma Dawson and Mrs. Anna Lawrenoc. Mrs. C. B. Olsen came in from . the lunch Sunday and She and Mrs. Mary McCarty drove to Dick- inson Monday to Shop and visit. A sale of State School land was held at the Court House on Tues- day morning and was well attended. Three pieces of land were sold, but competition developed on only one MthasbidinbyM.€B. Custer for $4600.00 for 320 acres. One (quarter sold for $2137.00 and anodhcr tract of 720 acres sold for $7200.00. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Radlofl and Conrad Zelger Were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray,“ their much home last Sunday. Willie Balm, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Roberts and Corkey Call were Beach callers Monday. Sonny Bram, who has been working on highway projects this 1 fall, has now returned hime and is taking care of the L. G. Brown store. A. C. Lindbo, who resides north of Belfleld, transacted business at the Court House Tuesday, and in- cident‘iy took in the land sale. Mr. and Mrs. Mugs Vanvig in- dulged in one of their periodic shopping trips to town Tuesday. Charles Madzo left for Minnea- polis Tuesday for an extended visit with friends. He was brought into town by his father who reports good roads, barring a little ice. Stanley Ripley and his mother ware in limm the ranch to visit ' Mrs Ripley over the week end. Mus Winifred Schultz is now act- ing as third trick operator at the local depot. Mrs. w. n. Neckeu. momer 01 Mrs. John Godfrey. 1-8 visit!“ her daughter and hudband here for a few days. Buster Glade and Ellis mm were in town Monday greeth friends and attending to business details. County Auditor J. 1'. Tester drove to Bclfleld Monday to attend to business matters pertaining to his office. handle Hamel, prominent Dunn and 3mm County runner. was in town Monday attending to 18831 matters. Mir. and ers. Alex Dutk'a. M’ss Mary Sims and her ember. mVeme. called on friends in Medora last Monday. We acknowledge a pleasant can from John Ott, Edward Josucks. Ed. 0. Jcaucks and Charlie We Tuesday. These ponies ‘aittended the land sale held here that day. Steve Clue and his brother from Kent, Connectioxit; arrived here Monday evening for a short so- Joum at the Custer Trail Ranch. Mus. m v. Tisor is rapidly re- ls now visiting her sister. Mus. Dora Huber in Beach until she regains her strength. Mrs. Millie Radlof'f went to Dick- inson Thursday of last week on a. shopping expeditionrctuming home ‘ “ “Us Friday. parts in‘ Dick Anderson .and Ira Tisor, our highway maintenance crew had to take the highway truck to Dick- inson Tuesday for some badly need- ed repairs. They are on the job once more. The Lutheran Minister from Bel- fleld had a little bad luck the first of the week while driving his brother, just discharged from the service. through the badlands. His car broke down in the Park Area. and he had to have it towed to town for repairs. \A. E. Boicourt and his nephew. Darren Boicourt, left by car last Sunday for points south and west for an extended visit. Mrs. L. M. Barmhart went to Bismarck Monday where she will visit for a few days with her sister, Mrs. Knudtson. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Mescihke went to Belfield Monday to take their daughter. Helen, back to school. Wearehappytorecordthat covering mam her operation and They were agreeably surprised to find their son, Ralph. Who was just discharged from the Army, awaiting them there. They had not learned that he was back. ~He returned home and spent the night there and then came to- town to have his discharge recorded and then left for Montana. on the bus Tuesday evening. The Medora Ladies Aid is going to serve a fried chicken supper at the Town Hall] Saturday evening, December Int, 1945. A bazaar will also be held at the some time, and everyone is urged to attend both events. Hereafter, Sunday School will start at 2:30 p. m., and churdh services at 3:30 p. m., and members are asked to take notice of this change in time. Want Ads STRAYED—Onc white faced milk cow branded 7 over 6, right ribs. Finder notin Mrs. Lodama Myers. Modem. 9-ztp Anna Lawrence announces she has a. nice assortment of Xmas Greeting cards, Also many other items suitable for gifts—Lawrence’s Souvenir And Gift Shop. Adv. 41: FOR. SALE —- Two Bamboullle.‘ Bucks. J. J. Eamon, Medlom. N D. 9—2‘2c NOTICE OF DEIJNOW TAX SALE OF 1965 BILLING! COUNTY, llOR'l'fi DAKOTA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the provisions of an Initiated Measure adopted at the General Election on Nov. 8th. 1932 and in conformi by, other statutes made and mvl ed, and under the direction 0 the Board of County Commissioners of Billings County. N. D. all lands and village lots. andr acreage situated in the County of Billings and State of North Da- kota, on which the taxes for the year 1944 remain unpaid at date of sale (exce t those struck off and sold to t e County for prior year's taxes) will be sold at pub- lic auction in the manner provided by law. at the Court House in Medora. Billings County. North Da- kota. on ‘ .’ TUESDAY. DECEMBER ELEVENTH (ll) 1945 A list of all lands, lots. acreages. etc., subject to said sale is on file and may be examined at the of- fice of the County Auditor at Me- dora, N. D. and a copy of said list. with the names of owners and descriptions of land. or tracts in- volved and the total amount of taxes and penalty due on each tract. has been posted in the U. S. Postoffice at Modern. Fryburg, Fairfield and Gotham in the said County. The figures given under the head- ing “Amount” on lists include the original amount of taxes. and all penalties. interest and costs to the date of sale. Said sale will begin at the hour of ten o'clock A. M. on Tuesday. December 11th., 1945. and will continue vfrom day to day until all of said lands or tracts are sold, but said sale shall not continue longer than a period of ten (10) days. _ Explanation of abbrevratlons as ap- pearing in sted lists follows: "N" for orth "E" for East . "W" for West "S" for South “NE” for Northeast "NW" for Northwest "SW" for Southwest "SE" for Southeast "1,5" for One-half "V." for Oneofourth or One-quar- ter “Pt.” for Part "Sec." for Section " ." for Township "L" for hot “81k.” for Block "A" for Acre or Acres “ARW” for Acres right of way "Incl." for Incluch NORTH DAKOTA, THIS 16TH. DAY' OF NOVEMBER. A. DJ 1945. J. F. TESTER. Auditor Billings County, North Dakota. (Nov. 22) Church Notices THE CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES REV. JOHN ROBERTS. Pastor Sunday, November 25, 1945 BEACH: Sunday School at 102009.. m. ‘ Wordrlp Service at 11:00 a. m. Pilgrim Fellowship at 7:30 p. m. thanksgiving Day, Nov. find. a United Service of the United Blem- ren, Methodist and the tiomllsts sit the Beach Congrega- uonal Church at 10:00 a. in. Como. bring your-families. We owe deep gmtitudc to our God. ' 3mm BU'I'I‘E: worship Service at 2:00 p. m. Note change of time. MEDORA UNION: Sunday School at 2:30 p. m.‘ Wordhlp Service at 3:30 p. m. Note change of time. ‘ TOBYO~80undphoto—First signs come to Ii starvation. gilt as hundreds of starving and homeless Japs these windy fall nights in quest of food and shelter. Because their country : Starvation Stalks Tokyo Streets PAGE FIVE of shalom Stalking the streets of Tokyo and beginning to jam into railway station in northeast Tokyo Police cuith two to three die etch night from hungered for power and lost. these people wander around with I. avenue of support open to them. It is just one of many similar- scones in postwar Tokyo. Veterans Readjustment Allowances In The Veterans Readjustment Al- lowance Program has been in op- eration since September. 1944, but W. M. Schuntz, Director or the North Dakota Unemployment Com- pensation Division which acts as agent for the Veterans Adminis- tration in the operation of Title V of the G. I. Bill. disclosed that many Vetcluns are not aware of «their rights and requirements under the Bill. The pmpose of the Re- adj talent Allowance Prog‘mm is to ry the unemployed veteran over the period following his dis- charge and while he is looking for suitable work and to assist the self-employed veteran in establish- ing himself in business during, those months in which his net earnings are less than 0100. These allowances should not be construed as .‘bonusch’ In many essay the veteran is misinformed of his rights and it is therefore urged that all re- turning vetemns, either unemploy- ed or self-employed, appear at the nearest local public employment service office for detailed inform- atlon. ‘In some instances it was found that the veteran was in- formed that he would receive $20 per week without regard to any eligibility requirements. Sohantz stated the law specifically provid- es that the unemployed veteran i must be a resident of the United States, must be completely unem- ployed or partially unemployed and N. Dak. indicated that the Division is ex— trcmely am of mowian all P. . veterans of their rights and obli- gations under the Act in order to avoid a situation whereby the veteran would be subject to the severe penalties under this sec- tion. Furthermore the G. 1. Bill provides that any vetemn who imowtingly accepts an allowance to which he is not entitled sln'll be ineligible to receive any further allowances under this one. m farmoasescfimudhavcbeen disclosed alimoth several appli- cations have been denied because the veteran did not meet eligibility requirements. i In a summc ry of the Readjmt- ment Almanac Program in m W. J. RAY Alhambra-Luv- PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS Medora. 'N. Dali: earning less than the allowance ‘ provided under the Bill, must be registered for work and continue ‘ to report to a. public eniploymemt arm as directed and must be able ‘ ' to work and available for work at lthe time of his registration. Pen- ; altim are also .pmovlded' for volun- ' tarily leaving employment without good cause and for flail-ure to ap- ply for or accept suitable work. The self-employed veteran must be fully engaged in such self—employ- ment for prom throughout the entire month for which he claims allowances and his net earnings during the month must be less than 0100 in order to qualify. The veteran must mlnltaln suitable records for each month in order to establish his net income for the, month. Mare to maintain such records may be cause for denial of the claim. There are penalties for fraud where a votcmn falls to repent his caerch or fails to disclose a material fact in order to obtain or increase his allowances. Schultz Chas. Haut to Head County AAA Setup C. E. Geesamn. who had been Chairman of the Billings County Agricultural Conservation Commut- tee since the Agency was organized in 1936, resigned from that position this past week. The Ceemmanc have left the County and will make their harm in I‘m this winter. Mr. Gecsaman’s services as Com- mittee Chairman will be greatly missed. Chas. Haul; has replaced Mr. Geesaman as Chairman of the Committee for the balance of this year, Frank Holler will act as Vice- Chalrman, and Paul Obllgewitch’ as regular number. Through a Govmlment purchase program, wheat growm who put their 1945 crop under loan are as- sured ‘15 cents a bushel over the ap- pllcable loan value. less carrying charges of the loan. the AAA rc~ ninds fame“. ' ii. 98‘ ‘ “I "A. , MUFFLERS Your favorite Man will be warmer and more fashionably dressed-4f you put a; muffler on his Christmas Gifilist. White rayon crepes,‘ self-fringed or knot-fringed. All wool; soft and closely woven, in gay plaids or solid colon. 049 ‘ Dakota, Sohan‘tz stated that as of November 1. 1945, $59,082 had been paid to eligible selfaemployed vet- erans and $12,108 was paid to un- employed veterans. A total of 167 self-employed veterans have at one time or another filed claims for readjustment allowances. ESTRAYED Please Notify w. J.‘ Ray of Medora. North Dakota, of all Cattle or Horses branded . (Bellows) on Left Jaw, l Shoulder or Hip: (Cross- L) Left Side on Cattle; Left Thigh on Horses; (TC) Left Side Cattle, ‘ running off Submarglnal 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 livestoek will be rewarded under the Stock- growers Association Reward as published. E} w.