Dillon Tribune (Dillon, Mont.) 1989-current, December 12, 1989, Image 14

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* t M-IBtMaaa -Tuesday, Dsc. 12. 1rS89 BUY - SELL - TRADE IN SOUTHWEST MONTANA'S MOST EFFECTIVE MARKET PLACE TheDQkm Tribime-E^caminerand ADVERTISER Box 911- 2 2 S . M ontana DiOon. M ontana 6 0 7 2 5 CLASSIFIED AD DEADLKE: --------- 12 Noon-Monday- -------- HELPWANTEP \ [ FORSALE | T VEHICLES \ w a HELP WANTED: Apply in per- ■on a t A t f f D riw la. 34-ifc A'lTKNTION - HIIUNG1 Government job* - your area. Many immediate openings without waiting list o r test. *17,840 - 169,485. Call 1-602-838- , 8888. EXT H 5076.49-4-p _______ EA8YWORK1 Excellent Psyi Assemble products a t home. Call for informa­ tion. 504-641-8003 Ext. 7 0 3 .50-1-p POLICE CHIEF - City of Whiteiish, MT. Population 4,200 (Salary $27,000.129,000 DOQ). For inform mation contact P.O. Box 1S8, White- Bah, MT 59937, o r (406) 862-2640. DEADLINE: 5 PM, Friday, 5 Janu­ ary 1990.50-1-p NANNIES required urgently. Excel­ lent workinG conditions, evenings and weekends five.’Airfare paid. No lee. Minimum $16<Vweek d e a r, more for experienced childcare worker*. CLASSIC NANNIES toll free: 1-800- 663-6128. 50-1-p WORK AT BOMB. $1000 a Week. Envelope Stuffing. Send Self-Ad- dresaed Stamped Envelope to: Gi­ bson Home Works, 1405 Avenue Z, Suite 130M, Brooklyn* New York 11235. 50-1-p ,1,1 ( - GENERAL WORK - I f you are serious about earning money a t home. CALL NOW to Hear an AMAZING Re­ corded Message. CALL TODAY Toll- Free 1-800-926-1156. Ext. 15D. 50- 1*P LONG HAUL TRUCKING Get into a high demand career as an owner/ operator with northAmerican Van lines! O p e ra te y o u r own tr a c to r . If you don't have one, we offer a lea §e-purchase program that is one of the Best in the industry. No expe­ rience necaasary. I f you need train­ ing, we will train you. You must he 21, in good physical condition and have a good driving record. CaU northAmerican for a complete infor­ mation package. 1-800-348-2147, ask for o p e rator 2 8 6 .50-1-p . 1 _________ FREE JOB TRAINING, female and male, 16 to 22. Attain GED, high school diploma, o r 2 y e a n college. Room/board, medical, and spending money. JOB CORP, Great F alls, 1- 800-544-5627.50-1-p T \^TTTv’TT'T\ DISCOVER |60/K t200K ANNUAL POTENTIAI^Fticbg C ie d ttC e n i displays. Commission on Applicants. Override on monthly payment*. Call for interview, (713)468-6440,9 a.m. - 5 p jn . C.8.T. 50-1-p BUSMESS opponTUNmes OPEN YOUR OWN HIGHLY PROF­ ITABLE FASHION SHOP. $19.99 Maximum price, $13.99 one price, jean/sportswearJr/missy, Urge la4y, maternity, infant/preteen or shoe store. Over 2000 first quality name­ brands ‘Bugle Boy *Lee *Levi ♦Health Tex *Jordache •Organiclaly Grown *Recbok *Lix Claiborne and more. $18,900.00 to $28,900.00 in­ cludes inventory, training, fixtures, grand opening; etc. Mademoiselle Fashion* 1-800-842-4127. 50-1-p SERVICES WOOD BURNING STOVES instock. DX Hardware. STRATTON W E L D ING-Odd work. Irrigation installation and repair. Ahi ml mi m and steel pipe*.683-2840. 20-tf-c AMERICA'S HOST. The professional way to dry d ean carpet* yourself. Rent the Host Machine, Hie Dil- mart, 81 S. Idaho, Dillon, MT, 683- 432L 13-tf-c . JONSERED CHAIN SAWS. 8ales and service. Co-op Supply, Dillon. 683- 2308.6-tf-c FIRE EXTINGUISHERS refilled. Extinguisher* and *molce alarms on hand. DX Hardware, tf HOOVER AND Kirby Vacuums, sales and service. The Dilmart, 683-4321. tf WADE'S BACKHOE SERVICE for all your badchoe needs. Call 683-4828. 38-tf-c Septic Tfcnk Pumping ★ 683-2063 WANTED WE BUY deer, elk hide* and horns. Highest prices paid. Also buy deer,' elk and antelope cape*. Jeremiah's Taxidermy, 218 Oliver,683-4776.43- 9-e WE ARE BUYING deer and elk Udes, deer and elk horns. Odds \N Ends, 681 Kentucky. 49-4-p LARGE SELECTION of used washers and dryer*. See a t The Dilmart, 683- 432L 18-tf-nc FOR SALE: Black plastic pipe, one- half inch thru two inches. Eighty pound th ru 160 pound pressure tost. NSFonly. DIHardware,38N. Idaho, Dillon, tf WOOD BURNING STOVES. Blaze Kings, Inserts, Insulated pipe and all accessories. Stop in and see a t Laknar Hardware. FOR SALE: Large selection of refrig­ erators and ranges. See a t The Dil­ mart. 683-4321. 24-tf-nc COMPUTER WHOLESALERS. Ma­ jor brands, mail order price*. 587* 1248.40-20-c LUMBER. Any dimension, any length, fir, pine, spruce, cottonwood. Rough or surfaced, C.CA. Pressure treated firewood. $35 per cord. We can de­ liver. WANTED: Timber, fir, pine, spruce, cottonwood. RV Lumber, Dillon. 683-5011 or 683-2649.45-tf- FOR SALE: Sears exercise bike, like new. 683-4017.47-4-p WURUTZER 4100 ORGAN. $400. Assembly of God Church. 683-4689 or 683-5873.49-2-c TONY LAMA, NOCONA, COW- TOWN, DAN POST BOOTS. Save $20-$40. Order for Christmas. No risk. We pay freight. Catalog. (406) 259-9889. Bighorn Boots, 1211 Grand, Billings, MT 59101. 50-1-p CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE. Shop the Avon way by appointment. Call Sylvia Roberts, 683-2732, leave message. Gifts for everyone. Prices drastically reduced from large in­ ventory. 750 N orth Montana St. 49- 2-c_________________________ FOR SALE: Orange 13x17 foot shag rug. Good condition. Also 2 floor speakers. 683-4420 after 5 p.m. 50- 2-c FOR SALE: Antique fireplace used in the first hospital hi.Dillon. $300. * Call 683-4747.50-2-c APPLE H-PLUS computer with two disk drive*, monitor, and lota of soft­ ware. $295.683-5791. 50-2-p FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1976 Polaris wide track *now machine, $500. Will trade lor woodbuming stove or a 1971-1978.aerie* Chevy track for pan*. 683-6720.50-1-c 92* EFFICIENT OIL HEATERS. Clean, cafe; odorless, inexpensive to operate. Automatically relight* af­ ter power outage. Very attractive, easy to install Phone: 1-800-777- 7041, 8wanson‘s, Corvallis, Mon­ tana. 50-1-p CATTLE DRIVE Art P rint from photo of lone rider and longhorns, 12x18 size, signed, limited edition o f1,000. $10.00 plus $1.00 shipping. Mailed first class beginning December 18. Wagon Box Publishing, Box 349, White Sulphur Springs, MT 59645. 50-1-p _______________ EQUIPMENT FOR RENT RENT RINSE Tf VAC. Professional type carpet cleaning with upholstery attachments. DI Hardware, t f MOVING? Rent a moving cart at Laknar Hardware. 25-tf-c FOR KENT: RototiUer. Power lawn- rake. DI Hardware. 683-4466.31-tf- STORAGE THE STORAGE PLACE. 750 Th­ omsen Aye. Spacious units available for all ofyour storage needs. Ph. 683- 6510. 46-tf-c MISCELLANEOUS COLOR T V S for rent a t DiUon Video. 683-2053.19-tf-c CAPTURE THOSE special moments. CaU and reserve a camcorder from Dillon Video. 683-2053.19-tf-c TOTALLY DELUXE GIFT (and it's healthy, too!) One -hour therapeutic massage. Gift certificate* for all occasions. 683-4555.48-4-p SINGLES: MEET single people throughout rural America. Confi den* tial, reputable, established plan. Free details. Country Connections News­ letter, P.O. Box 406, Superior, Ne­ braska 68978.50-1-p GET VISA OR MASTERCARD re- gardless o f Credit - Bad Credit? No Problem - AMAZING Recorded Message Reveals Details. TOLL FREE 1-800-698-1318 E xt 6 ID. 50- 1-P S P E H A R ' S A U T O R E P A I R Small to medium tractor repair - small engine repair. 330 W. Glendale 683-5533 RECREATIONAL VEHICLES FOR SALE: 15 ft. camp trailer, sleeps 6, $600. 683-4078 after 5 or 683- 4245 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 49-2-p BIG SKY RV has over 60 good, clean, used 6th-wheel trailers, Minis and Class A's in stock now. Call 1-800- 877-9606. 50-1-p FARM & RANCH FOR SALE: Complete line of Charmac Hone T railers, 7x20', gooseneck in stock. 16'4-honeRALflatbed goose­ neck trailers. Call Mike Collins,683- 6315 or aee a t Co-op Supply. 12- CUSTOM HAY HAULING and hay and straw for sale in semi load*. Call 683-6415.39-tf-c WILL BUY GRAIN, semi-load*. CaU Mike Collins, 683-6315.44-8-c FEED & SEED | CUSTOM HAY HAULING and hay and straw for sale. Call CraigHansen 683-2597. 45-tf< ______________ HAY AND STRAWFORSALE. Deliv­ ered in semi load lot*. Call 586-0422, Boieman. 46-tf-c ______________ FOR SALE: Approx. 180 ton alfalfa- grass hay, some second cutting, round bale*, 1100 to 1200 lb*. Feed­ ing arrangements available. Char­ lie Younkin, Manhattan. 284-3776. 47-4-c ______________________ PASTURE FOR LEASE. Hay for sale. Call 835-3462.49-2-p ALFALFA HAY for sale. Good quality. Call 684-588L 49-2-p LIV E S T O C K FORDEAD ANIMAL REMOVAL call Larry Schumacher287-5680.42-tf-c 170 BLACK, BWF andRWF BiedHeif- er* to calve within 60 day* of Febru­ ary 17. Weighed 995 pounds on 11/ 28. Leave Message at (406)B83-5470. 50-1-p PUBLIC NOTICES ATTENTION - GOVERNMENT SEIZED VEHICLES from $100. Fords, Mercedes, Corvettes, Chevy*. Surplus Buyers Guide. 1-602-838- 8885 EXT. A5076.49-4-p _______ 1966 INTERNATIONAL pickup track heavy duty 1/2 ton, good wood hauler. $500 o r best oiler. 684*5259.49-2-c IM S 1/8 TON CHEVY Silverado, new 350 motor, new transmission, new shock*. 683-6315.49-2-c FOR SALE: 1980 Subaru 4x4 wagon. Need* a little work. Call 683-6319 'after 5 p jn . FOB SALE: 1973 Chevrolet 4 door sedan Bel Abe, 67,000 miles. Good condition. 683-2163. 50*2-p 1974 CAMEBO.New maga, new tire*. Beat offer. 683*2960 after 6 p.m. B0* 2-P _____________________ FOR SALE: 1972 Chevrolet 1/2 ton pickup. 350 engine, 4 speed trari*. Excellent condition. Call 683-4669 after 6 p.m. 50-3-p NATIONAL FOBE8T TWBEB FOB SALE NATIONAL FOREST TDtBKB SALS. IIEAD NATIONAL FOBOT. MADISON RANOT5H DISTRICT. Tha Frostbite Oventaiy Bam oval Timber 8ale indudoa an « U u U 4 490.000 bear* iaet of live (not) andl,000board leet(naO dead Umbermarkad or Montana. 8ea)ad bide will be acmiod In public a t 2*0 p jn , loot time an January la, 1W0, fclWwod by an M l ancUta. Tha right to n h c t any and til W i is rsienrBd. This ii not a smsHbnsiaaes s«t aside sala. The pr oreactuaiocladaa minimum stsaptaHs stump- age a n d to r a teefo q a M additional paysMBta. The required hid guarantee i t tnftOO. Thera U bo m l conrtruction roqulrad. A praapertua end ether Infer- .motion osncaraiiistha timber, Iheoenditianaof eele, andsubmissianofbidsliMldlMsMainadfrsa the BEFORE THE DEPABTMENT OP BE VENUE OF THE STATE OP MONTANA liq u o r division NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOE TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP OF ON-PREMISE BEER/WINK LICENSE Notice is ghron that an November 1,19SB, Maver­ ick SUCaapaqy Bled aaapplkatiaa with the Depart­ ment far tho transfer of ownarahip atMantana Rotan taFramiaeCoaaumptianBeor/WlnaLioenae No. 18- 9990044-301 U ba UMd a t MAVERICK MOUN­ TAIN, 5 Milas Northweet of Polaris. Beaverhead County, Montana. - Written pretests against the isiuanM of a Ucann byapenonwha has adandsd credit tsatnasbnrar ruidsaU of tha county froci which Uw application NOTICE OF SALK DEPARTMENT OF STATE LANDS TIMBER SALE ' Tha Doadman P a u 8k)a It locatad wiUUn Soctiona 3S and 33,T118,H13W,'MJ>Ji.t an tbaflUWs DIUon UniL Approximately M2 MBP.caadsUnfpriaufljr otDou^aa-firHwlofa.iaoaaradlaraala. t bids *111 ba opanad a t Uw D q w lasnt of SUU Landi, Foraatiy DlrWon, 3708 8purfin R< Missoula, Montana on January % JSB0 a t p.m. Bi^s may ba hand dalivsrsd or mailad and wili ba accaptad any Uma prior to tha Ud ba auaapanlad by a dspoait of r\ Bids must District ______ Disbkt, S Fortat Maotawa SSTSS l P h n a 40S- 8 W 1 8 1 Tin M*h Mddar whaaa Md to a»c»pt»~d shall, a t U m tlma uw contnct I* rtfnsd sad latumad by tha biddar, maka a down paymaat pumianl to SA C>'S 223.40. Tha down payBhanl will ba 10 parcant of tho total bid >alua. Dac 12(732) to tha/ orRar«nua.H<iai>a,MonUna 89*30, on orbsfon Ota 29th day of Dacaabar, 1(89. Ifwrittan protasts a n racaivad, tbaDopaitmant shall M d a pi&Hc haaring onthapn>UaUatltso(B<alnHal<na.lfnapnUatsara racaivad, tha Dapaftoant n a y lasoa tha lloansa with­ out holdlRf a pldilic hoarlnf. DATED: Dacaasbtr 4, IBM W ithout puhllo notice*, die* [covering how y o u r ta x dol­ lar* aro spent would b e like trying to find a n eedle In * haystack. Hardly a vaak paaaas without u m tmaU oo- tkabalnfprinladlnthls nawipapar. Thaaa H(al ad«*!tiaaaents sIToct jrouandyourbmilysnd firiands. Thty show how your fovammant fa balng run, how rauch money la being apant and whara. They keep you in touch with your cov. eminent through thia nawapapar. This newspaper supports your right to know. The Dillon Tribune LIQUOR DIVISION Oary Blawatt Administrator BY: Diana L. Kaon DianaUKsen Licanaa Bureau Chief Dec. 12,19(731) Id opening. . Ing H or the appiaiaad »alus of the sale In cashiers chock, csrtlflad check, bank money order er bank draft to ba applied to tha stumpefs for tha suocaasAd bidder. Bid bonds will ba accaplad and, for the euo- caaaftd bidder, will ba doaad upon execution ot tha Timber Sola Agreement and Tlmbar Bala Bond. Tha tala will ba awarded to tha highaet rsapan- albla bidder. If the euceeeefid Mddar la unable to exacuta tha eantraetvtlhln 45 calendar days trss* the data tha sals Is awarded, tha bid dapoeit will ba retained by tha Dapartmant as M^uldatad liimagas Tha right Is rsssnrod to ra}ect amr or all bida. Proa pat tire bidders can d>taln the aala pnapae- tua, sample agreement and bid b n s s from the Do- partmant of S uta Landa, Fonetiy Diririon, in Mij>- aoula, tho Central Land OOlca, S001 North Montana Avenue, Helena, M444633), or U m Basasnan Unit OITica, Baseman, Montana (SM4243). Nov. 2S, Dec. 5,12,19 (728) M3ARYO. DROWN Administrator Division of Faroe try * 0 6 att ach levement by a long-time former Dlllort resident? Drop it by the DlUon ' Tribune o r call it in a t 683-2331. W e ' r e l o o k i n g f o r n e w s a b o u t J c l u b s . .. . . . a n d w e ’ r e n o t l i o n ' N e w s about what your clubs and organizations are doing are new s to others, too. The b e s t way to let y o u r neighbors, and m e m b e rs, know what's happening in your group is to tell us... and we'll tell them. Dinners, speakers, program s, projects. N e w m e m b e r s and old. Ju s t jo t down the facts and se n d them to us. We'll help you pu t it in g o o d new s form a n d tell others what you're doing. Don't k e e p others in the dark. Tell the Trib and we'll tell the others. F**H f-U Your community NEWSpaper 2 2 S . M o n ta n a D illon 6 8 3 - 2 3 3 1 C H I L D A B U S E I S A F A C T O F L I F E T H A T M U S T C H A N G E . . . --- U© ;

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