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THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEEr, I III I I III n |I II = ~ -~-- CLAssIFIED MJ i EWING CIRCLE NEEDLECRAFT D E P A R T M E N T overs ,!r . HELP WANTED2MEN, WOMEN ~,~'*~ dresses. Man for Dressing ladies' or men's woolens on machine. Steady work. St~te inCapablemar'Minn'Salary" Wardrobe ClhomeHELP WANTED--WOMEN ~ofmotherly former FargoW lnan'woman35&Tailt 50,/~gwtO livingw rkWill" ~~o I~F~ ! E~m~er~ineT, !N~U F~ea ur~es0NIl~i ~ / :~ "~*~ ~ /I~~i!IRa~ !~nhts![]~P~ici~r:~:0p't~IL I outside Detroit, Mich. Help with hG~e-- work, care of B children, 7, 4, and 2. Every . Y . . modern convenience, excellent living con- Edwar t ditions. Liberal time off, $20 week and I~'~:~/" '~ -~ ~ I board, room. Pay, p ortationtoDetroit. 'rll ,7 :--=:-7:, Must h llent ch t d ability, T J eet refer. Scandinavian pref. Goodwillie, 4221 HE mellowness of the old, the 1- -,-- .-~ ~ - . uicv Fl ' Amhcrst, R.F.D. :~2. Royal Oak. Mich.AuTOS, TRUCKS " ACCESS. h~~ % I ~~ [~~~i --TRUCK HEADQUARTERS-- FOR SALE Largest Selection of Ready- to.Go Trucks in North@us, 1--1940 Dodge School Bus. 1942. pass mo- tor and tires ly new. lie ~ ~ ~ }~M [ 1~---1942 Chevrolet 1% ton trucks, long and short, all body styles, all guaran- ~--~ teed. 10---1941Chevroletl%tontrucks, longand oak ~hich she red'Fernando De-I ~-~! short, all body styles, all g Soto holds its hoary moss over a I~ I ~/'~'~k~~ ~.'~.~~~! t ] ~IW.-'~/ ~',~:-o~I / ~r teed. laboratory where chemical magic is I JNml i I I "x t 1--1941Long Cab over Engine, allheavYduty, performed. Here is a han wherel f~ l ~.-~,~- - -- ~ ~-~-~ " ~. I ~7~.~!Jt~--- / ~ . ~. I l---1940F.W.D 5 tOntro]]ed motor--B]adedUmp'(grader).hyd" con-once swirled crinolines heneath] ~ ]'-~'~~=-~,J'~ ~X / {~-~"~~ I e,"Y",:,~ ~ I 8--1941 Dodgeshort. lb2 ton trucks, long and thousand-candled chandeliers, and [~~ ~ ~ ~ ] "~=~"~-~.~~ [ ,m=~;:;~tl~ ~ f 1--1942 Chevrolet all heavy duty dump [ [i truck down the same street is a moderness af[ I aJ [ 661 I ll t I [ I~*L~}t~ ~i~?a~ t t ffice building where busln - I--I~42 Chevrolet all heavy duty tractor. ~~~~, ~-.~. s, ~= -. ~I~. [ r - ' 900x20 tires -- URN a drab chair into a color .~ -" o~ 1--1942 Chevrolet all heavy duty tractor, fairs are discussed That s versatile, ~'racious Alabama- ~1 ] ~'~~~ '~ ~-~ ]lful decoration that transforms [ ~2::~t'Ca~'ctT d ~| 1---1940veryMaCkgood--g~ranteed.l ng WB Cab & Chassis-- o [ ~] ] ~ ~ -- "'"-'-,~. ~. " "7 [a room just by the addition of a l O~= ~ ~ H l I@--International trucks--all sizes--some with dumps. l@--Other trucks llight~ Pickups & Panels. 10--Other ~rucks Miscellaneous types. If interested in any of the above trucks wr~te, phone or wire and we will hold 3 days for your inspection. MIDWAY CHEVROLET COMPANY Chevrolet Truck Headquarters ACROSS FROM MONTGOMERY WARDS St. Paul 4. Minnesota. BUSINESS & INVEST. OPPOR. RO--OKKEEPE~ tar-a-Week" Bookkeeping and Tax Serv- ice. Full or spare time. Details free. ELLIS, BOX 212, Cedar Grove, No. Carolina. FOR SALE River side tavern on Sauk river. 1 mi. from Melrose, Minn. Hwy. ~2 near Sauk Center. modern throughout, fully equipped, for meals; refreshments and several cabins. C.H. MOLITOR- M el Minnesota. ~~; ~ FARM MACHINERY & EQUIP. e~t point, is 2,407 feet above sea [ ~ '2: :~.~5 :.~ ~/ -~v~"~'/ g " | level. Alabama stretches 336 miles [ .~X- ~(-~-;~',~'~,~------'~T~ ~"~ "-.' ~.L~,:'~-~'~,~'~--~ ~[ FARMERS: For lumber--roofing--shingles frdm the Appalachian mountams to ~ ~ ~ ~'~ ~ ~/a~--~: ~ ~'~'; / and best quality barn paint reasonable, i ~~~i~:~ See CHESLEY LUMBER & COAL CO. Fargo. N.D. Just East Powers Hotel. WESTERN RED CEDAR FENCE POSTS Carloads for Sale. Hugh Chisholm, Box 453, Runners Ferry, ld. famed azaleas and c "a j po '-] ~ ~ ~. 0 O: We Dare Defend Our AUTOcleaned Repaired Recored'rRUCK and TRACTOR RADIATOI~ cas. Th. ere are many commercial [ al.m ~] ~-~ ~ Rights. 404 N. P. AVE FARGO. N.D. nurserms. I - In 1944, there were 1,255,000 head ] readily available for the manufac- Alabama passed through the FARMS ~N~/~CHES of cattle in the state, both beef and [ ture of iron and steel, throes of reconstruction after the -'--" *---e Alabama has over a mil- Alabama's state overnment has ' " F~~--AND--S~R-~ d~,~ -~v [ g Clvll war, but emerged, lnto a new Farms and homes in mild climate, write lion head of hogs and 17,000,000 1 been streamlined. The state treas- era of develol~ment which continuer KAHLE REALT~ CO. - Kelso, Walk. chickens. (Southern-fried? Yes, lots [ ury holds a surplus of 40 million steadily. With a temperate climate, ~i-s-CELL-~US of 'era! ) Alabama leads the nation I dollars. Its industries are expand- fertile soft and raw materials, the In the shipment of live bees and [ ing. Agriculture is prosperous. Na- possibilities for advancement and Music Dealers, Teachers. long list of Sheet q~eens. [ tural resources are being conserved progress are portrayed vividl~ Music Hits. big profits. Rudolph Son[ Pub- lications, Box 2462, Phoenix, Ariz. l~epre- Beneath the rich top soil, too, Ala- [ and Wisely utilized. Rich by ha- against the mellowness of, the old hunting R. F. Kaiser Music Dis,ribs,mrs. bama has great wealth. Its mines,ture, Alabama is made richer by South down in Alabama, where pus> produce coal, iron ore, flake graph-| man's skill and intelligence. Ala- ple are proud to say." "This is ouI ite. and clay and shale for brick- I bamans travel toward new horizons, homeland." VILLARD HOTEL c,4n~d 0UI 'S C/WE "Where Tou edlwtt Find the Crowds" / 0 DICKINSON, N. DAK. MUS!CAL INSTRU~ MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND SUPPLIES DAVEAU MUSIC COMPANT Fargo M.D. WE BUY and SELL Musical Instru~aeats, accordions, pianos, orgar~s. LINQUIST MUSIC CO. 11 S. 8th St. Minneapolis ~. Minn. LARGE STOCK ON SALE Trumpets, cornets, clarinets, trombones, sa~es, horns, accordions, string instru- ments. LINQUIST, 14 Sth St. Su Minne. apulis, Minn. Ph. AT 8"2~3. POULTRY, CroCKS & EQUIP. DISCOVERED!! A brand new pure-bred White leghorn and a brand new Austra White Hybrid, developed after years of experimental cross-breeding. ~toticeably bigger and stronger, and practically im- mune to Colds and Blow-outs. You will discover that beter breeding guarantees better results. Insist on Jack Frost chicks. Send for catalog describing Austra Whites. White Leghorns. White Rocks, Leg Ureas, and Black Aus~raloros. ,lACK FROST HATCHERY. Box ~89J. St. Cloud. Miam. WANTED TO BUY FANCY FEATHERS WANTED! Pheasants, Roosters, skins and tails. Goose and Duck feathers--new or used; also quills. Farmers St*re. Mit*hell, Se. Dak. A Safe, Sound Investment-- Buy U. S. Savings Bonds! GET A 25 BOX TOMORROW ALRIGN &II-VlIGgTAISLI! LAXATIVE WNU--Y 50--45 OsE COLD PREPARATIONS MQUID, TABLETS, SALVE, NOSE DROPS CAUllON--USE ONLY AS DIRECTED INDIAN MOUNDS, WATERFALLS. Alabama's good highways and all- year- 'round climate bring scenic points close to those who live in the cities. Above picture shows the highest of the ma~y Indian mounds foun~ in the state. On the right is ore ef the state's famous waterfalls. With a rich historical ksckground. Alabama has hundreds of old mansions and o~er spots for tourists to visit, The Alabama Memorial building is a treasure-house of documeuts, pictures and relics of the stirring days of '61 and other periods of the state's history. Every town retains its hlsterle&l interest: In sharp contrast to virgin forests and waterlalls are the smokestacks of Alabama's industrial phtats, the busy life of its cities and its many airlmrts. making. It has sandstone and marble for building, bauxite as a source for aluminum, quartzite and rock as- phalt. Five oil wells are now pro- ducing in Choctaw county. In industry, the state has lumber, shipbuilding, textiles, mines, ce- ment, pipe plants, chemicals, steel, aluminum, hydroelectric plants and dozens of others which use by-prod- acts and farm products in manufac- turing and processing. The annual value of products manufactured in Alabama is more ~han twice the value of all farm )roducts. Large industries using the state's natural resources have been successfully 0pc, Toting over Ioqg pe- riods of years, The largest manufac- turer of cotton ginning machinery in the world began its work in Ala. bama 186 years ago ha Prattvflle. Large textile mills have operated 100 years. The iron ahd steel industry is con. centrated in ~he Birmingham dis- trict. Necessary coal and ore are But they do not forget their heri- tage of the past. DeSoto and his Spaniards passed through the lower Gulf country in 1540. Once a part of Louisiana, it was old Fort Louis de la Mobile on Mobile river that was made the capital in 1702. Mobile at its present site dates from 1711. Later Alabama was a part of the territory of Mis- sissippi, formed in 1798, but be- came a separate territory in 1817 and a state in 1819. St. Stephens was the territorial capital and Huntsville was the temporary seat of the first state government. Ca. hawba was the first state capital site, but the government moved to TusealoO~a In 1~2~, It was not unit 1847 that Montgomery became the permanent seat When Alabama seceded from the Union on January 11, 1861, the dele- gates from the southern states met at Montgomery and selected Jeffer- son Davis as president of the Con- federacy. He was inaugurated at the present state capital. GOVERNOR CHAUNC~Y SPA~]~ Elected governor in 194~, CHILD. eey Sparks, a bachelor, was a law. yet, Judge aad legislator before en- tering Ms Mgh office. He was born ~t Eutsula, Ain. He is a graduate of Mercer university, Macon, and a member of the Baptist church. Alabama's Forests The forests of Alabama constitute one of Its greatest assets, supporting 2,500 sawmills, 5 paper and pulp mills and 133 other wood-using indus- tries, and giving employment to 190 000 people. The state has approximately 19 million acres of forest growth. As some lands are cleared other 1~nds are being planted to trees. Pine~, cypress, red cedar and hemlock are principal soft woods, while hard woods include oak, red gum, etc. NOWZ Bake any time,at a moment's n~ ~Fleischmann'sFast Rising Dry Yeast' you bake at home-baklng day ]s any da~ you feel like it, with Fleischmann's Fast Rising Dry Yeast. Easy-to-nse, extra-fast, Fleischmann'$ Fast Rising stays fresh, full strength for week~ on your pantry shelf. ,Always ready for instant action. Get Fleischmann's Fast Rising Dry Yeast today. The menfolk will brag about your baking: more than ever, At your grocer's. ~LECTRONIC experts have lately outdone them " " ~ 'vestpocket', rece "on Th selves m gtvms m pU . ey have made n,~*~bl~ I,- ' :.~. easily concealed in the ~I of .u.t. a *.--- "2 s .~ =uu ney lave designed the size of a cigarette case. Now they give us a vmtwar edi*;,m ,J .1 ama~g Handie-Tallde-famed ~" -- ~" :-- - y- ~enmng ann receiving set. A key to muse accompummenU is "Eveready" batteries. One of these stofe- ~nm, O~ power, the :'M~ni-Max" battery' weighs only l~ OunCe~, SlZe mr size, it iS the most powerful "B" battery ever made.