The Dillon Daily Tribune (Dillon, Mont.) 1941-1962, February 01, 1956, Image 2

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PAGE TW O THE DILLON DAILY TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1 , 1956 The DILLON DAILY TRIBUNE —Published By— Tribune Publishing Cd. E. C. Townsend . . . . . Edi PHONE 66 (Subscription Rates In Advance) One Year Six Months Three Months 53.50 1.75 .90 .35 ■Monthly (Dillon Only) ------ Entered as second class matter June 12, 1896, at the postoftice at union, Montana, under the Act of Marcn 3, 1879. National Advertising Representa­ tive: Inland Newspaper Representa­ tives, Inc., 641-642 Wrlgley Bldg., Chicago; 11 E 42nd St., New York.; Syndicate Trust Bldg., St. Louis; 310 Board o( Trade Bldg., Kansas City; 1963 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit CLASSIFIED ADS FOUND ROSARY FOUND In ambulance. Own­ er may have same by Identifying and paying for ad at Tribune. HELP W A N T E D WAITRESS WANTED. Call Mrs. Rife at 27 or 463-R. FOR RENT 10 FOR RENT: 3 room furnished apart­ ment In business district. Phone 665. FOR RENT: 3 room furnished apart­ ment Phone 532-J. MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT: Write Dan E. Henneberry, 931 West Gran­ ite, Butte, Mont. FOR SALE, MISCELLANEOUS N FOR - SALE: Radio phonograph con­ sole, excellent condition. Ph. 094-J-3. ORIOLES FROM GERMANY—Two German brothers happily hold the professional conn tracts they*signed at Frankfurt to play the “great American game,” baseball. Hanjorgl (left) and Claus Helmig, of Mannheim, Germany, won contracts with the Baltimore Orioles, making them the first German nationals to be recruited into organized pro* baseball in the U. S. The brothers, who’ll join the Orioles in spring training in Arizona,! learned to play baseball at German Youth Centers established and run by the U. S Army j FOR SALE, LIVESTOCK 12 HEREFORD BULLS for sale. Coming 2’s. Lots of size and quality. Em­ mett Blomquist, 9 ml. north on 91. FOR SALE, REAL ESTATE 14 FOR SALE: New 2 bedroom house, excellent location. Phone 759 after 5 p. m. FOR SALE: Modern 2 bedroom home and 3 acres of ground. All In City limits. Located % mile west of Dil­ lon. Full bsmt., oil furnace, garage, fenced, hardwood floors, extra bed­ room In bsmt. New paint. All jn good condition. A city home and you can have cows and chickens. Price reduced and terms can be arranged. Dillon Real Estate Mart. FOR SALE. AUTOMOBILES 15 FOR THE BEST—used car deal In town, call Floyd Winn, 118-R, or Paul’s Chevrolet Co., 700. FOR SALE, M A C H IN E R Y 16 FOR SALE: Fordson Diesel tractor equipped with hydraulic back hoe and front end loader at sacrifice. Marvin Jacobson. Ph. 641-J. MISCELLANEOUS 17 SPRING LAMBING is Just around the corner—let us figure your new can­ vas lambing shed covers and sup- It's grand gs a S B U C Ò ...? sa la d d r e s s in g and a s p r e a d ! Mode by K R A F T from the one ond only M IR A C L E W HIP ond special pickle relishes plies now. Free estimates. Remem­ ber: Steve's Second Hand Store will take care of your canvas repairs. Johnson Harness Shop. FOR A first class investment, investi­ gate single premium policies. Irene R. McFadden, New York Life Insur­ ance Co. Phone 242. TENSION SEALED- Aluminum com­ bination storm windows and screens by Humphrey. 36 months to pay. Phone 748-w for free estimate. Dillon Building Supply. ELECTROLUX SALES, Service and Supplies. Dick Hansen, phone 850-W, 410 So. Pacific. ELKS DINNER DANCE — February 18th, Ed Bowman’s o r c h e s t r a . “ Guest Night,” make your reserva­ tions by February 15. Call 707. CARD OF THANKS We wish to take this means of ex­ pressing our thanks to our friends and neighbors for their kind expressions of sympathy and beautiful floral of­ ferings at the death of our mother, Mrs. Minnie Bateman. We, also .wish to thank all those who took part In the services. The Bateman family LEGAL NOTICES if ^ f o l a d e i r^chSpreodl S a n d w i c h S p i a d NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION- PUBLIC SALE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Bureau of Land Management Land Office ^ 1245 North 29th Street Billings, Montana „ . January 18, 1956 Under provisions of section 2455, R. S., as amended by section 14 of the act of June 28, 1934 (48 Stat., 1274; 43 U. S. C. 1171), and pursuant to the ap­ plication of J. Emerson Hughes, Grant, Montana, Serial No. Montana 019437, there will be offered to the highest bidder, but at not less than $250.00 for Unit 1; $1261 for Unit 2; $369 for Unit 3, at a public sale to be held at 10:00 o’clock a. m., on the 13th day of March 1956 next, at this office, the following tracts of land: Unit 1: NW% NW% Sec. 9; Unit 2: SEy4NW%, S% NEJ/i Sec. 9; Unit 3: SE%SE% Sec. 10, all lands in T. 9 S„ R. 13 W., P.M., Montana. Land to be sold subject to any existing rlghts-of-way. Bids may be made by the principal or his agent, either personally at the sale or by mall, but no bid for less than the whole unit will be accepted. Bids sent by mall will be considered only If received at this office prior to the hour fixed for the sale. Bids must be in sealed envelopes accompanied by certified checks or post-office money orders made payable to the Treasurer of the United States for the amounts of the bids. The envelopes must be marked In the lower left-hand corner \Public sale bid, Serial No. Montana 019437, Sale, March 13, 1956.” The highest bidder will be required to pay Immediately the amount there­ of. Any adverse claimants of the above- described land should file their claims, or objections, on or before the time designated for sale. The Bureau of Land Management has not searched the County Records to ascertain the existence of any adverse claims.' Any contiguous owner claiming a ITALIAN INFLUENCE — Even the tots are sporting Italian styles these days. This youngster wears a two- piece outfit featuring a Capri shirt over plastic- lined pants with a make-be­ lieve fly. The chambray suit, in windowpane check, is from Thomas. DILLON DAILY TRIBUNE preference right must assert such right within 30 days from the above sale date. Notice to be published In: “ The Dil­ lon Dally Tribune,” Dillon, Montana. Dates of publication: February 1, 8, 15, 21, 29, 1956. ORVAL G. HADLEY Manager NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION- PUBLIC SALE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Bureau of Land Management Land Office 1245 North 29th Street Billings, Montana > January 18. 1956 Under provisions of section 2455, R. S., as amended by section 14 of the act of June 28, 1934 (48 Stat., 1274 ; 43 U. S. C. 1171), and pursuant to the ap­ plication of Roe Ranch Co., Armstead, Montana, Serial No. Montana 019758, there will be offered to the highest bidder, but at not less than $160.00 for the tract, at a public-sale to be held at 10:00 o’clock a. m., on:the 13th day of March 1956 next, at this office, the following tracts of land: SE%SE% Sec. 14, T. 10 S., R. 10 W., P.M., Montana. Bids may he made by the principal or his agent, either personally at the sale or by mall, but no bid for less than the whole unit will be accepted. Bids sent by mall will be considered only If received at this office prior to the hour fixed for the sale. Bids must be In sealed envelopes accompanied by certified checks or post-office money orders made payable to the Treasurer of the United States for the amounts of the bids. The envelopes must ,be marked In the lower left-hand corner \Public sale bid, Serial No. Montana 019758, Sale, March 13, 1956.” The highest bidder will be required to pay immediately the amount there­ of. Any adverse claimants of the above- described lands should file their claims, or objections, on or before the time designated for sale. The Bureau of Land Management has not searched the County Records to ascertain the existence of any adverse claims. Any contiguous owner claiming a preference right must assert such right within 30 days from the above sale date. ■ Notice to be published In: \The Dil­ lon Dally Tribune,” Dillon, Montana. Dates of publication: February 1, b, 15. 21, 29, 1956. ORVAL G. HADLEY Manager SOME POMTERS ON LAMBING NEEDED NOW B y Ed Atkins County Agent M ost flock owners these days go in fo r early Jambs and usually this means that lambing tim e w ill com e som e tim e in February or early March. Since i t is not long until th a t tim e there « r e a few things that should be attended to w ell in advance o f lambing. Tagging o f the ewes b y clipping w ool from the flanks, hind parts and around the udder should be done at least fou r weeks before lambing. Also, • a b out a month before lam bing, start giving the ewes som e grain. Commence by feeding one-fourth pound per day and gradually increase the amount to one-half pound per day ju s t before lambing. The good m anager w ill also see that his ewes have plenty o f ex­ ercise during the w inter months. Lack o f . e x e rcise can result in abortions and unthrifty lambs. One good w a y o f m aking the ewes take some e x e rcise is t o feed them a quarter t o a half m ile from their bedding ground. Another pre-lam bing jo b is to inspect the pens and other equip­ ment to be sure that It is in good repair and ready fp t use when lambing tim e arrives. . - , And lastly, when lambing starts it pays to -have someone on the job 24 hours a day in case there are ewes /th a t need assistance. I f the farm flock numbers only 40 or 60 ewes you can look in on the ewes three or fou,r times, during the night and the same during the day while lambing. Larger flocks w ill require m ore attention. These are a few key points that successful growers have found -to be im portant in getting the most profit from the flock. You’ll find many m ore -helpful -tips in the M ontana Extension Service -bulle­ tin entitled “M ake Your Farm F lock Pay,” and copies m ay be o b ­ tained at the county extension of? fice. ■ W o rk Shop Safety Safety in the farm shop becomes o f greater im portance as the -busy spring season draws near and now m ight be a good time t o put -the shop in safe w orking condition for -the rush period. This gives you a chance to w ork inside on these cold days. The National Safety Council o f­ fers suggestions f o r avoiding shop accidents: .. \ I First, give -the shop a good’ housecleaning, including the work benches and floors. Provide a scrap box fo r m etals and other m aterials so -they w ill not -be un- - derfoot. ! Put hand tools in neat order and m ake sure they are in good w orking condition. I Clean and check machines and pow er tools fo r repair needs and j safety precautions. | G ive the entire shop a thorough I inspection f o r fire hazards and in­ stall a fire extinguisher i f one is not already available. Lastly, be sure the shop has good lighting and adequate ven­ tilation. A dean, w e ll arranged shop is a m u ch safer place to w o rk than one that is cluttered and crowded. LOCAL NEWS The D illon Shakespeare Club w ill m eet Saturday a t ?:30 a t the home o f Mrs. Arthur Lord, 27 S. Pacific. An address on George Bernard Shaw w ill be given by Leslie Lawrence, WMCE. Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Jensen a t ­ tended the 4-H Leaders School held this week a t Montana State College, Bozeman. Mr. Jensen took the E lectric project and Mrs. Jen­ sen Home Improvement. The fire' departm ent was -test­ ing the siren Tuesday afternoon causing the belief ¡that -there w ere a couple o f alarms. The siren had stuck when the call from Father Lechner’s home was received in the morning, because o f the ex­ trem e cold, THIS IS NO BULL! iüy Ask fo r delible bond, the type­ w riter paper that erases with pencil eraser. Tribune. • O N A N Y car or truck you buy from us for $350 or more . . . W E Will Pay Taxes and Buy 1956 License • Every car clean as a cat's whisker at . . . DAVIS MOTORS Willys * Packard FARMERS TAKE NOTICE: We Receive H - O - G - S AT THE DILLON STOCKYARDS EVERY OTljER FRIDAY Next. Loading Day— Ffeb. 3 ^ — Have Hogs In By Noon Norman Grant - Montana Livestock Auction Co. W E BUY A L L /K IN D S OF SHEEP EVERY B A Y IN BUTTE ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ T r i b u n e IMARY* WORTH’S FAMILY YOU TWO ARE MIGHTY QUIET BACK T H ERE!. BUT I KNOW HOW IT 1 5 ' . TAKE ME AN MV O lí WOMAN- WE GIT INTO A J A M LIKE THIS-* EACH ONE BLAME5 T'OTHER- • • 50METIME5 WE DON'T SPEAK FOR DAY5- • JI5T SET A N ' 5WAP GLARES!- - LIKE A COUPLE O'—

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