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PAr.d[ FOUR 7 L Lili~. I i r'~i , 1 ii Issued Every Thursday at Big Timber, Montana M. and' RAY G. BECK, Associate Entered at the Post Office at Big Timber, Montana, as Second Class Mall Matter Clas led advertisements, cards of thanks, notices, etc. 1o cents per line first tnsertion, 5 cents subeequent Insertions. SUBSCRIPTION RAT~: One year in advance in United States .................................................. $2~50 Six months in advance ................... $1.50. Three months ................... 75 The Official Paper of Sweet Grass County, Montana, and City of Big Timber IN AMERICA Facts disclosed at the silver wedding celebration of Mayor and Mrs. Harold Boe, Saturday evening, emphasize the opportunity note common- ly associated with America. Harold Boe was born at Sogndal, Norway. He came to the United States in 1911, a lad of 17. For two years he worked on ranches, and on Nov. 1, 1913, went to work for the J. S. Sol- berg Co. in Big Timber. When World war I broke he enlisted, June 4, 1917, and served in the campaigns of Argonne, Chateau Thiery and St. Mihiel, attaining the rank of corporal in the ll6th engineers. He was honorably discharged at Camp Lewis Nov. 25, 1918, and next day was back at work at Solberg's. In 1920 he married FAlen Egeland, whose parents also had come from Scandinavia. They established a creditable home and reared two sons, all contributing largely to the welfare of the community. Both boys are with the armed forces in Germany. At the April election, Boo was elected mayor of Big Timber, having no opposition. Only in a democratic country would this record of achievement be possible." II "Take care of that car, brother... no telling when you can get Director J. Monroe Johnson of the U. S. Office of Defense Transportation says: "Every day, 4,000 more cars are going offthe road and not one single car is being built to replace them." Do you realize what that means? If ~,our cargoes out of commission, you il be out of luck. Studebaker dealers will gladly help you save your car with More Mileage Service. REMEMBER--THE 7TH WAR LOAN Jake's Service Station & Repair Shop Main and Third -- Big Timber, Mont. Studeb er... Footer/me bugder of cars and truc " IL --_ i AS A GUIDE FINE WHISKEY.. I 86 Proof 68.4 Grain Neutral O The name of Cathy's In Spirits Canada stands for fine whiskey tradition, and Corby's--as produced in America today --merits the approval of the most critical. You, too, will enjoy the fine prewar quality of this light, sociable blend. --Ask for Corby's the next time you buy. PRODUCED IN THE U.S.A. under the direct supervision of otlr experf Canadian blender Jas. Barclay & Co., Limited P .oria, Illinois THE BIG TIMBER PIONEEIt LEGAL NOTICES CALL FOR BIDS The County of Sweet Grass, State of Montana, will consider bids on the following machinery, to-wit: One combination shovel and dragline with pile driver attach- ment, cu. yd. capacity, full re- volving operation, g a s o 1 i n e or diesel powered, shovel capable of digging a minimum of 6 feet 6 inches below floor level. Bidders must supply complete factory specifications with bids. Prices to be quoted f. o. b. Big Tim- ber, Montana. All bids should be addressed to the clerk of the board and deliver- ed to him on or before 2:00 p. m., July 5, 1945. The board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Dated at Big Timber, Montana, this 7th day of June, 1945. Sweet Grass County, Montana By Dick Armstrong, Clerk (Pub. June 14, 21, 28, 1945) NOTICE Of Meeting of Boards of School Trustees to Adopt Preliminary Budget Notice is hereby given that the board of school trustees of each school district in Sweet Grass coun- ty, Montana, will meet at its regu- lar place of meeting on Monday, the 25th day of June, 1945, at the hour of 8:00 o'clock p. m., for the district may appear at such meet- ing and be heard on such prelimi- nary budget. Dated: June 5, 1945. MARGARET DEEOAN, County Superintendent of Schools, Clerk of Board of School Budgets Supervis- ors of Sweet Grass County, Montana. (Pub. June 7, 14, 21, 1945) ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE In the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Sweet Grass. In the matter of the estates and guardianship of ALLEN CLAYTON MZrRDOCK and BEVERLY JEAN MURDOCK, minors. THE STATE OF MONTANA TO THE NEXT OF KIN OF ALLEN CLAYTON MURDOCK, a minor, AND TO ALL PERSONS INTER- ESTED IN THE ESTATE OF SAID MINOR, GREETING: O. F. Murdock, as guardian of the person and estate of Allen Clayton Murdock, a minor, having filed herein his verified petition praying i for an order of this court author- izing him to sell an undivided 1/24th interest in and to all of the oil, gas and other minerals in place in and under the following de- scribed land in Sweet Grass coun- ty, Montana, to-wit: The southeast quarter and the east half of the southwest quarter, of section thir- ty-six, in township two north. range fourteen east of the Mon- tana principal meridian, and all of section thirty-one, in township two THURS. -- FRI. Sunset Carson and Linda Stirling in NEWS Sat., Sun., Man., Tues. Matinee Saturday at 2:30 Matinee Sunday at 3:00 MATINEE PRICES: Adults .................................... 50c Students .............................. 40c Children .............................. 14c EVENING PRICES: Adults .................................... 60c Students .............................. 50c Children .............................. 20c -~ = i i, :lliJ i north, range fifteen east of the Montana ~clncipal meridian, to- gether with l~24th of the land- lord's royalty and rentals to be- come due and to be paid under the terms of a ~ertain oil and gas lease upon the above described land heretofore given by the owners of said land to one C. D. Cunningham, of Denver, Colorado, and together with 1/24th of the landlord's roy- alty and rentals which may be- come due and paid under the terms of any subsequent lease or leases covering said land or any part thereof,-reserving always, however, to said ward, 1/24th of the land- lord's royalty under said existing lease and any subsequent oil and gas leases upon said land,- and to apply the net proceeds from such sale upon that part of the mort- gage indebtedness chargeable to the real property now belonging to said minor,- averring in his said petition that such sale would be for the best interests of said ward and his estate. NOW THEREFORE, You are hereby cited to be and appear be- fore this court at the courtroom thereof, in the city of Big Timber, Sweet Grass county, Montana. on the 6th day of July, 1945, at 10:00 a. m.. then and there to show cause, if any you have, why an order as prayed for in said petition should not be granted to the said guar- dian. For further particulars, reference is hereby made to said verified pe- tition on file herein. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that service of this order be made by publication as required by law. Dated this 6th day of June, BY THE COURT: BEULAH PATTERSON. Clerk of the above entitled court acting in the absence of the judge thereof from Sweet Grass county. Attest: BEULAH PAT'I~SON, Clerk. (Court Seal) E. O. OVERLAND, Big Timber, Montana, Attorney for the guardian. (Pub. June 7, 14, 21, 28, 1945) CHIC0 HOT SPRII~S Thursday, June 21, 1945 Our entire production of Anaconda Treble Super- phosphate from January-July was required for spring-planted crops so that Phosphate for alfalfa could not be supplied until this summer or fall. We urge you to plan now to Phosphate Alfalfa fields after the first, second or third cuttings, or late in the fall. Apply 150 to 200 pounds per acre. Results are just as good as if applied in the spring BUY WAR BONDS REGULARLY Company Illl Anaconda Copper Mining FERTILIZER DEPARTMENT Anaconda, Montana Hotel ~Ed l{o.~pit~i EMIGRANT, MONTANA Reasonable Rates N. P. bus direct to Chico. Daily except Sunday t~-'~tS. R. C. KNOWLES, Manager DR. G. A. TOWNSEND Office Hours 9 to 12 --- 1:30 to 5 Evenings and Sundays by Appointment at REED POINT Saturday, June 23 Music by Cody Bovee's Dance Band HEAR THE ALL-GIRL TRIO SING THE SONGS YOU LIKE OLD HOURS ARE BACK: 9:30 p. m. to 2:30 a. m. LUNCH SERVED IN HALL Get All a An up-to-date McCormick-Deering Cream Separator will help you produce better quality cream. By skimming to a trace, you get all the butterfat-and you also add extra cash to your farm income. Come in and see us. We'll be glad to give you complete information about these modern, easy-to-clean, easy-turning units. They're available now in direct electric drive, belt power drive and hand-operated models. Let us show you how a McCormick-Deering Separator can make your farm- ing pay extra profits. Perhaps the whiskers confuse them. Unele Sam doesn't have a bottomless pack from which he can deal or 'dole' endless gifts to his nephews and niece& In fact the old timer is dependent upon their support. When he is led into unfair business competition with any of these nephews and nieces he" is biting the hand that feeds him. When he subsidizes some privileged group, its members are benefiting at the expense of the taxpayers in general. Tickets $1.20 per couple, tax included. Extra ladies free For example the Tennessee Valley Authority has no restraint placed on its accounting gymnastics; it pays no federal taxes; does not pay a fair share in lieu of State taxes; is financed with money from the public treasury. With these unfair advantages the TVA has been able to run legitimate industries out of business. Other Authorities of even greater scope and unrestrained power are now being proposed. Whether or not the residents of the Tennessee Valley Authority are receiving the great benefits which the Authority alleges, the fact remains that you and millions of other American taxpayers are paying the bill. IatteLav 0 r,,a a, COl. IT.L$COTT ]DENNIS MORGAN ~!DREA ~ING JOHN RIDGELY Directed by ROBERT FLOREY Scmeu ~ by Petey MiMe ~1 Ahem Fl~kel Mmuc by Franz WaxmN.,..__ Door Rights Reserved t