The Dillon Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1891-1962, December 19, 1945, Image 5

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- Wed., Dec. 19,1945 T H E D I L L O N E X A M I N E R Page Five STOCK LANE PETITION PRESENTED TO BOAKD (Continued from page 1) sented, readi and/ ordered incor­ porated1 in the proceedings of the session as follows: Stock Lane Petition to the boardl of county commissioners of Beaverhead county, Montana: We, the undersigned taxpayers and1 freeholders of Road District No. 2, Beaverhead county, State of Montana, respectfully petition: (1) That a public stock lane de­ scribed as follows, to-wit: Con­ necting with a private stock lane which has been dedicated to the public use located' in Section 4, Township 10 South, Range 10 West in Beaverhead county, Mon­ tana, and running thence from said point through Township 10 South, Ranges 8 and 9 West and Township 11 South, Ranges 6, 7 and 8 West, to a point where the same connects with the govern­ ment stock trail in Township 11 South, Range 6 West in Beaver­ head' county, Montana. The location of said proposed public stock lane is shown upon the attached plat and is marked in red That the said stock lane be of sufficient width, to-wit: from l/8th mile to %th mile in width, as in the judgment of your hon­ orable board is necessary, so as to permit the trailing o f livestock to and from ranches in the Bea­ verhead valley to grazing lands and ranges situated in the Cen­ tennial valley in Beaverhead county, Montana; and that suffi­ cient land areas be established at necessary points along said lane for water holes and bed grounds so as to provide bed grounds for over-night stops and watering fa­ cilities. (2) That the general route of said public stock lane is as fol­ lows: ' Route through and across Twp. 10 S., R. 10 W.:, Beginning at a private driveway of 100 feet on south side of S%SEy4, SEy4SWy4 Sec. 4 and 50 feet on North side of N%, 'NEy4NEy4, NWy4 of Sec. 9 owned' by Berg Christensen on state land, which is dedicated to the driveway: Thence across Taylor grazing lands, the North half of the North half of Sections 10 and 11 and the North half of the Northwest quarter of Section 12; thence across lands of Anderson Sheep company described’ as follows: SEy4 of Nwy4, wy> of s E y 4 of H O L I D A Y G R E E T I N G S rom One of the Northwest’s Favorite Brews BIOK8* MISSOULA BREWING OO., MISSOULA, MONT. k e a d m c a r o f a t m m ( / PRIRRIPAREO S f r m m P AMERICAN FOUNDATION BY FOR ANIMAL HEALTH FEAR AN UPSWING . IN HOG CHOLERA Is another upswing In hog chol­ era losses due this year? Since- this disease first swept Ohio a hundred years ago, It has tended to recur In cycles. The peak of these cycles is reached about every ten to thirteen yeats. Even during the low point of occurrence several thousand outbreaks are usually reported, with estimated losses up to $20,000,000. Veterinarians and livestock health officials are deeply concerned that cholera may flare badly this year, especially as the cycle Is now long overdue. Contributory factors are failure to seasonally immunize thousands of herds because of un­ favorable market outlooks, the heavy carry-over of unvaccinated brood sows, and a general le* down In sanitation and husbandry meth­ ods because of the farm labor shortage. Common danger signals of a pending outbreak are: The death of one or more pigs; failure to eat; a tendency to hide in the litter; weakened hind legs, staggering gait; gummy eyelids; discolored skin. There Is no way to forecast when or where hog cholera may strike. Often the first symptoms are mis- 1B4 6 72 ■£« Ha Chart showing recurring cholera cycles* taken for less serious hog alimentsJ Yet delay may result in total death loss of all swine on the farm. The only safe procedure, and the most Inexpensive insurance p o l i c y against cholera' lçsses ig. proper vaccination of all susceptible swine on the farm even though no hog cholera is known to exist in the Immediate neighborhood. T h a t ! seems to be especially sound1 practice this season. I Sec. 12; thence into Section 13, n w % of NEy4, Ey* of e %, sw y 4 of *SEy4, where is located a water hole and bed ground; thence from said point across the NiWy4 of SW% of Sec. 18, in TwppilO S., R. 9 W.; (all lands described in Sec. 13 are owned by the State of Montana); Route through and across Twp. 10 S., R. 9 W.: Thence across NWy4 of SWy4 of Sec. 18 (State School lands); thence over Taylor Grazing land in NEy4 of SWy4, wy2 of SEy4, sev 4 of sEy4 of Section 18; of SWy4, SWy4 of SEy4 of Sec. 17, NM> of NEV4 of Sec. 20, Ny> of NM> of Sec. 21, NWy4 of NWy4 of Sec. 22, S% of sw y 4, sw y 4 of SEy4 of Sec. 15 (Camp Site); Ny4 of NEy4 of Sec. 22; Ny2 of N% of Sec. 23; thence across lands owned by Henry M. Meine in Wy4 of NWy4, N% f S% of Sec. 24; Route through and across Twp. 10 S„ R. 8 W.: Thence across NW% of SWy4 of. Sec. 19, lands owned by Francis M. Meine and Pedersine Anderson; Lovell place driveway as now fenced along si uth side of NEJ/4 of SWy4, NW% of SEy4, and North side of SEy4 of SWy4, and SWy4 of SEV4 of Sec. 19; thence across Taylor Grazing land in SEy4 of SE% of Sec. 19, NEy4 of NE% of Sec. 30; wy> of Nwy4, n w % of sw y 4 of .Sec. 29; thence across lands of Christine Christensen in SWY4 of SWy4 of Sec. 29; and NWy4 of <NWy4 of Sec. 32, and thence across Taylor Grazing lands in s% of Nwy4, e % of sw y 4 of Section 32; Route through and across Twp. 11 S„ R. 6 W.: Thence across WM: of Nwy4, NW% of sw y 4 of Sec. 5 Taylor Grazing lands to the southerly branch of the county road, thence along said county road in a SE direction to the junction of Main Sage Creek county road in NWy4 of NEy4 of Sec. 8; thence along said county road crossing North half of NEVt of Sec. 8; S% of NWy4, SWy4 of NEy4, N% of SEV 4 of lands of ¡Cook Sheep company, and SEy4 I of SEy4 of Section 9, W>/2 of |NWy4, SEy 4 of NW% of Sec. 15, 1 i lands of W. D. Knox; thence JACK'S SPECIALS MATCHES Pre-War CARTON CASE— 24 Ctns.. 29* »K .59 SOAP Large Boxes J RINSO ........ 26* OXYDOL .... 26* BORAX ...... 24* DUZ ............ « 26* —No Limit!— t 10-lb. PAIL.. ► HONEY » 2 - 2 5 DRIED PRUNES 40-50 Size 25-lb. BOX. * 4 .75 M i l l -All Brands- CASE *4 .80 NO. 10 FRUITS In Syrup $1.09 PEACHES ..... ................................. L APRICOTS ...................................... 1* PRUNES .......................................... 7 5 ? n .39 ____ FLOUR Fisher’s Blend 49 lbs. *2 .09 DRIED PEACHES Fancy Lb. 25-lb. BOX. 40? fg .4 5 VEGETABLES FRESH FRUITS QUALITY MEATS J a c k ’ s M a r k e t along road to east fork of Sage creek and' Teddy creek; thence across Taylor Grazing land SEy4 of NEy4, NEy4 of SEy4 of Sec. 15, n % of sw y 4, sEy4 of sEy4 of Sec. 14; thence across SWy4 of SEy 4 of Sec. 14 lands of Cook Sheep company; thence across Taylor Grazing land SM> of SWy4 of Sec. 13; thence across NEy 4 of NWj/4 of Sec. 24, owned by Cook Sheep company and the NM> of the NEy 4 of Sec. 24 being Taylor Grazing land; Route through and across Twp. 11 S., R. 7 W: Thence along road sw y 4 of sw y 4 of Sec. 18 ; N% of NW14 of Sec. 19, Taylor Grazing land; thence across Cook Sheep company lands in NVfe of NEy4 of Sec. 19 and of NW>/4 of Sec. 20; and State School land in NV2 of NEy4, NWy4 of NWy4 of See. 20; thence across Taylor Grazing land NE% of NWy4, NW»/4 of NE>/4 of Sec. 21; thence across lands of C. Bruce Mace in NEy4 of NEy4 of Sec. 21, and Ny2 of Ny2 of Sec. 22; thence across Tay­ lor Grazing land in SEy4 of NE!/4 of Sec. 22; and thence across State School land in S>/2 of NWy4, n e >/4 of sw y 4, Nwy4 of sEy4 of •Section 23; and SEy4 of SEVi of Section 23; thence across State School land in SWy4 of SWy4 of Sec. 24; thence across lands of C. Bruce Mace in NV2 of NWy4, Nwy4 of NEy4, SM> of NEy4, NEy4 of SEy4 of Section 25; Route through and across Twp. 11 S., R. 6 W.: Thence across NJ/2 of SWy 4 of Sec. 30 to existing stock driveway in State School land connecting with government trail. (3) That the owners of the lands over which said Public Stock lane crosses are set out in the preceding paragraph; (4) That the Cook Sheep com­ pany, Henry M. Meine, Francis M. Meine and Berg Christensen and Christine Christensen have consented to the establishment of said Public Stock lane; that the lands marked “Taylor Grazing Land” in said attached plat are owned by the United States of America and are under the ad­ ministration of the Department of the Interior and permission must be secured from said de­ partment for the use of said lands. (5) That your petitioners are advised and believe and there­ fore allege that the laws of the State of Montana provide for the giving of easements for right-of- way purposes by the State Board of Land Commissioners when re­ quested by the county commis­ sioners of any county. (6) That the following owners have not consented to the estab­ lishment of said Public Stock lane: W. D. Knox, C. Bruce Mace, Anderson Sheep company; that the said C. Bruce Mace does not consent to the establishment of said Public Stock lane, but op­ poses the same and in this con­ nection your ‘ petitioners state: That for more than 60 years last past that portion of the proposed (Public Stock Lane over the lands of the said C. Bruce Mace has been a public highway and ever since the year 1863 has been a public highway used by the gen­ eral public traveling said high­ way with their herds and wagons and that the same was a part of the territorial highway from Cor- rine, Utah, to Virginia City, Mon­ tana, and has never been aban­ doned by Beaverhead county as a public highway; that the same has been closed to the petitioners and the general public by the said C. Bruce’ Mace; (7) .That said right-of-way is over range land and is arid in character and is of little or no value for any purpose except grazing and is of the probable value of from 50c to $2.00 per acre, and that the probable cost of establishing said Public Stock lane should not exceed $500.00. (8) That said Public Stock lane is necessary to permit the trailing and moving of livestock to and. from ranches in the Bea­ verhead valley to grazing lands in the Centennial valley and to and from such grazing lands in the Centennial valley to ranches in Beaverhead valley, and for the purpose of permitting livestock to be moved to markets and shipping points, and that there is no other available way of se­ curing access to and' from these grazing lands in the Centennial valley or in moving livestock to and from markets or shipping points or to and from the sum- A ! ^ ' 3 2 T « I » ! to aga'g i s s a t e and ; 4t\cere^ paüe . ^ere, P 'ease„ t \ Oíd '« \ * 4 to y°uT i s * bei! EAGLE KEEPS LEAD BOWLING LEAGUE RACE Tash Ranchers Still in Second Spot, Scoring High This Week Eagle Bar keglers clung to their lead in the Commercial league race at the Dillon Bowling Cen­ ter this week, but were still crowded closely by Tash Ranch­ ers who bowled high three games this week, 2828, and high single game, 995, though dropping one mer range in the Centenniaf val­ ley to winter feeding grounds in the Beaverhead valley. Ike Rife, W. B. Gleed Henry M. Meine, Francis B. Meine, Parke T. Scott, Mathew Reis, Whitworth & Sons, Inc. By S. E. Whitworth, Oscar Gravely, Wm. H. Wyatt, E. W. Stocker, J. E. Hughes, Berg Christensen, Christine Christensen, L. G. Staudenmeyer, E. L. Smith, Cook Sheep Company, By H. E. Morse, Sec.Tr. E. W. Hildreth, Norman C. Downing. The commissioners voted to withhold action on the petition until the next meeting. Chair­ man Martin Jackson was granted 60-day leave of absence. The Report of S. L. Kleve, chief state examiner, on his ex­ amination of the books, records and affairs of the county in No­ vember was read and ordered in­ corporated into the proceedings of the session. The board met in regular monthly session as a county board of public welfare, Wednesday, Dec. 5, 1945 at 10:00 a. m. Pres­ ent were Commissioners Paul Stahl, sr., Archie C. Henneberry, Chairman Martin C. Jackson, Field Supervisor Ted J. Sivalon, Case Worker Mary Dougherty, and Secretary C. W. Buckingham. All applications for Old Age Assistance, Aid to Needy and De­ pendent Children, and Aid to Needy Blind, as filed with the case worker, were reviewed and returned to that official with in­ structions in each case as to its acceptance, increase, decrease or denial by the board. There being no further busi­ ness to come before the county board of public welfare, the board adjourned, and the commission­ ers met and opened as a board of county commissioners with all members and the clerk in attend­ ance. Reports and statements were examined, approved and ordered filed as follows; county farm 20 inmates at farm during month of November, 1 died, 5 admitted; high school» $4,181.94; pay roll, $2,635.72. game. Still crowding the leaders are Creamery and Men’s Store. Dale Tash of Bond’s bowled high single game, 235, and high series, 613. Commercial league standings: W L Eagle Bar ............ ..... 28 14v Tash Ranchers ..... ..... 27 15 Creamery ............ ..... 24 18 Men’s Store ......... ..... 24 18 Tribune ................ .... 23 17 Orr Flowers.......... .... 23 17 Oasis ................ . .... 22 20 Eliel’s ................... .... 22 20 Gosman’s ............. .... 21 21 Bond’s ........................ 21 21 Vigilantes ............ 20 22 Paddock & Tyro.... 20 22 Beck’s .................... ... 16 26 Warner’s ..... . ........ 16 26 Winn’s .................. 16 26 Vaughn-Ragsdale ......13 29 SEASON TICKETS on Sale at the door BEAVERS vs. SHERIDAN HIGH SCHOOL GYM SATURDAY NIGHT, Dec. 22 PRELIMINARY AT 7:00 p . m . HIGH SCHOOL BAND’S Christmas Show during intermission Biggest Holiday Rush on Long Distance Long Distance will be busier than ever this Christinas. So please do not make any but necessary calls on December 24 and 25. T H E M O U N T A I N S T A T E S T E L E P H O N E & T E L E G R A P H «.■ V i ; ’•

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