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Need your vehicle repaired? If you have dents or need a new paint job, we can make your vehicle look like new. Come see us at Hi-Line Collision Repair Center, 740 2nd. Ave S. Glasgow, MT or give us a call at 406-228-2433. 6-II Wanted to Buy: Transmission for 1997 Chevy 1/2 ton 4x4 automatic. Also looking for a good running engine for '78 Ford pickup, automatic. (406) 390-6409 or 301-1033. 6-II Real Estate: Check out this week's ad on page 3 to see our latest listings. You can also see up to date information at fbrealty.com FORT BENTON REALTY, 1426 Front Street, Fort Benton, MT (800)406-0946 6-II Give and Get: Give back to your community, with BERNINA'S Give & Get Back opportunity at Bearly Square Quilting! Trade in your formerly-loved working sewing machine of any age for 10% off (up to $500 off) a new BERNINA. See Wendy at Bearly Square Quilting for details. 406-265-4424, First Street, Havre, MT. 6-II

For Sale: Canon irC5035 color copier/printer/scanner. Low copy count, on service agreement. Call for more information. 379-2377. 6-I

For Sale: 2012 Chevy Silverado 1500 LTZ, mint cond., crew cab, leather, 4x4, Z71, bright red, 22k mi., $36,899. Call 406-357-4201. 6-I


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CONTENTS: Classifieds, Classifieds, EVERYWHERE!

Advertising Info............... 10 Bill’s Food Corner........... 24 Comic............................. 18 Comm. Loyalty Page...... 13 Conservative Cow Dr...... 14 Cowboy Poetry by............ 5 Fred Liese Dave Says...................... 21 “Laugh Lines”...................11 “Money Talks” Financial Column.......................... 9 Realty Section.................. 8 Rodeo Roundup............... 7 Subscriptions.................. 10 CALL WOOD ENTERPRISES “Things to Know”.............. 4 TODAY for competitive rates Thanks for reading! See pg 10 to place an ad! Classified Rates: Classified, $10 up to 8 lines $1 per line each add’l 13 lines maximum. $5 bold, $5 boxed Runs two issues.

The next issue of Tricia’s Trader will be distributed Wed., July 3, 2013. Ad Submission DEADLINE is Wed., June 26th at 9am.

For Sale: 2000 Prowler Travel Trailer, 27 foot with 12 foot slide-out. $9,500 OBO... May consider partial trade for pickup slide-in camper. Call 406-799-3026. 6-II

on Auto, Home, Business, Farm, Crop and RV insurance. 210 Rehal Ave., Joplin, 406292-3325 or email us at weinsur@ttc-cmc.net. 6-I

FILTER SERVICES: For all of your air filter and water filter cleaning services call FLAWLESS FILTERS. Servicing North Central Montana with a complete line of Baldwin Filters. 406-3763106, 406-799-4580 (cell) or email us at flawlessfilters@ mtintouch.net.. 6-I

For Sale: '73 Lincoln Continental Mark IV, exc. condition, strong 460 engine. '80 F150 2wd, rough shape/ runs. $750 OBO. '68 Cadillac 4 dr Sedan DeVille, $1,000 OBO. '68 Ford F150 4 speed 4x4, $995. OBO. Call 406-654-7794. 6-I:7-I

FBR

Fort Benton Realty

23 Acres located 17 miles SE of Lewistown near old townsite of Forest Grove on McDonald Creek; Non-Irrig hayland grass/pasture; possible homesite, power and phone near property. $120,000 Sportsman's Destination!203 acres Located on Teton River along US HWY 87 1 mile from Loma,MT. Plus 160 of BLM grazing lease. Sale includes 2bd/1bath Cabin w/ storage shed. $395,000 534 Acres 7 miles west of Harlem, MT on Milk River. 377 irrg, 149 pasture & River bottom land. Sale includes nice home, shop, barn & corrals $975,000 Bear Paw Mnt East Slope south of Chinook in Blaine County.4390 acres deeded & 760 State leased. 1/2 improved pasture & Hay. Lots of water & good fences. $3,512,000. Call for details. Call Mark Pyrak at (406) 788-9280 www.fbrealty.com 1426 Front Street, Fort Benton, MT (800)406-0946

Chili Cook-Off: JULY 13 at the SHELBY STREET FAIR. Contact Paul at 406-399-4501, Justin at 406-212-0549, Mike at 406-210-2806 if you have any questions. Sponsored by the TOOLE COUNTY HEALTH FOUNDATION. 6-I CORRECTION: For Sale: 2002 Okanagan 28-5Z, 28 ft 5th wheel w/ rocker, hide-a-bed sofa, dinette, queen bed, full bath, stove, range, hood, oven, fridge-freezer, microwave, TV, stereo, antenna, A/C, fan, furnace, water heater, outside shower, front elec. jacks, rear stabilizer jacks, fiberglass ext., awning, 2 Sunlite domes, built-in 4500W elec. start gen., 2 slide-outs, spare tire. $29,900. 406-357-3608. 6-I


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For Sale: 2011 Arctic Cat 450 4x4. Call for price. Red's Auto Electric, 406-265-9595. 6-I

THINGS TO KNOW: June 19, Wed.: “MANAGER BOOTCAMP” sponsored by JSEC, 9amNoon, Havre Holiday Village Mall Community Center. Cost is $45/person. Contact Bev Hagen at Havre Job Service, 406-265-5847.

Help Wanted: Cook and wait staff needed for busy restaurant in Loma. No experience necessary. Will train the right person! Call or stop by TODAY! Ma's Loma Cafe, 203 HWY 87, Loma, 406-739-4400. 6-I

June 22, Sat.: Turner-Hogeland Lions Club 8TH ANNUAL POKER RIDE, meet at Turner Park, start on the trail at 10am. For more info, call Trail Boss Sonny Obrecht at 379-2251. June 25, Tue.: Tri County Area HOME BUYER EDUC CLASS, 5-9 pm, USDA Building, Shelby, MT. Fee $25. Call (406)434-9161 x111 to preregister and for more information. June 20 & 27, Thu.: HOME BUYER EDUC CLASS, 5-9 p.m., US Bank @ 235 1st St., Havre, fee $25. Call (406)434-9161 x111 to register and for more information. Jun. 28-30, Fri.-Sun.: DENTON CENTENNIAL. See pg. 20. Jun. 28-30, Fri.-Sun.: FT BENTON SUMMER CELEBRATION. Pg. 16. July 3, Wed.: SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK, “The Recruiting Officer”, 6:30pm, Fergus County Fairgrounds. July 4, Thu.: ELEPHANT EARS sold on Main Street, Harlem, MT by Harlem Friends of the Library. July 4, Thu.: WINIFRED CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION. See page 18. July 13, Sat.: CHILI COOK-OFF, Shelby Street Fair, Contact Paul at 406399-4501, Justin at 406-212-0549, Mike at 406-210-2806 for questions. Sponsored by Tool County Health Foundation. July 19 & 20, Fri. & Sat.: GREAT NORTHERN RODEO, during the Great Northern Fair in Havre, Mt. Mark your calendars now!

AUCTION: June 15th Sheridan County Auction 10am at Sheridan Co. Road Dept. Shop, 4246 Hwy. 16 S., Plentywood, MT. Auctioneer Ed Hinton. Call 228-9306, GSI Auction Services. 6-I For Sale: All kinds of doors and all sizes from the 1920s to 1980s. Inside panel doors, screen doors, outside doors, metal AUCTION: June 22, 10am doors, aluminum screen door Richardson Estate and added 36". Call 406-739-4361. 6-II Living Consignment Auction, 214 Pearl Drive, Malta, MT. For Sale: 2006 F150 4x4 Dave Hines, Auctioneer, Hines XLT Auto, Loaded, Nice! Auction Service, 654-2838 or Call Duane Sparks Chevrolet 535-3455. 6-II 654-4780. 6-I (406)

For Sale: Spacious 4 bdrm 2 bath family home in Malta. Ample living space on main floor and a great family room in the basement. Lots of storage space in this home, plus a large backyard with mature trees. Asking $160,000 (131BA6) 406-654-2273 missouririverrealty.com. 6-I


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COWBOY POETRY BY H. FRED LIESE Fred Liese makes his home at the edge of Black Coulee near Turner, Montana. Raised on the Big Flat, he finds plenty of “inspiration” in the people and things around him every day, and Fred’s brand of entertainment has earned him a large following throughout the US and Canada.

Can i Borrow?

Call Tarzan Tree Trimming for Statewide shelterbelt renovations, forestry thinning and hazardous fuels reductions. 406-654-2706 or 399-0913. 6-I

CUSTOM SWATHING, Silage, Grains and Oil Seeds. Magill Farm and Field Services, Inc. Lethbridge, AB, 403-894-5400. 6-I

Two words emit a troubled thought It’s reference to “a loan” It’s what occurs after it’s sought The lender’s left “alone”.

Cut the chase and face the facts And though this may sound lewd Be prepared to laugh it off You know you can be screwed.

Intention is to pay it back You should not be surprised Delinquency, it can be high A friendship is compromised.

Lawrence always faced the facts One lady show some gall She never did return the cash He loaned her way last fall.

Notes of promise can be signed Cash departs the hand Be prepared to shrug it off It’s now on foreign land.

Did he appear an easy touch? She did attempt the task Her approach was sobering She stopped again to ask.

Payment is to be received You jot it in the terms Amounts and dates can vaporize Here is a can of worms.

Her memory seemed to slip a bit From a loan made last September “Two reasons not to loan you money, You don’t pay bills and you don’t remember.”

It’s gone and can not be retrieved Though some can be quite honest The loan, it is a rarity When it’s returned as promised.

For Sale: Corner lot on Main Street, Conrad. Water, power, sewer. Cannot be built out. Ready to build on. Ideal business site. Call 406-470-1761. 6-II

For Sale: 1976 CJ5 Jeep, Custom built for Off Road Racing, 401 engine, MSD electric start ignition, specialty racing tires, all performance under the hood, Holley carburetor, aluminum radiator, custom roll cage, custom seat, air cleaner for helmet. Call 406-861-5895. 4-I:7-II

SHOP FOR LEASE: 5,000 sq. ft shop with office, plus lots of parking. In Havre. Call 406-3906670, ask for Bill. 6-II:8-I Wanted: We Buy Antiques! One item or a household, give us a call! Virgelle Mercantile. 1-800-4262926 or 406-378-3110. 6-II

For Sale: 1985 Cab-over Ford Truck; Cushman Trackster (used 1 season); Plate Compactor (fits backhoe); PTO water pump; Pressure washer; underground cable plow; 1975 Dodge box ambulance w/ builtin generator & winch; blade for D8 sized Cat; receiver hitch; blade for 6 size Cat; backhoe buckets; tractor WD45-AC w/ 6 ft mower. 406-873-4780. 6-I Malta Tire is ready to help you with all your automotive repairs and tractor tire repairs. Hwy 2 West, Malta. 406-654-2120. 6-I

~Fred Liese Tricia’s Trader, ©2013

Gwen Sabastian in Concert at the Phillips County Fair July 19th. Opening band will be Country Rock/Rock band Barbed Wire and they begin performing at 7 pm. 6-II

Spare Change in Malta has something for everyone for every occasion. Nothing over $5. Stop in and check it out at 154 S. 1 Ave E., Malta. 406-654-1717. 6-I

Bergren Transmission & Auto Care 265-7703


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For Sale: Truck sprayer Marflex, Mid Boom, 1,000 gal. tank, Alum. 100 ft booms, 3 way nozzles, Raven Rate control, Hyd. lift and fold. GMC floater truck, Cat motor, Allison automatic trans. $30,000. Call 406-974-2568. 6-I

Pasture Wanted: Needing to For Sale: $2,000 or will tradelease pasture land for 30-150 pair. -old books, antiques, farmstead Please call 406-697-3023. 6-I vintage; 1983 Honda Magna STEEL BUILDING for sale: V65, collectible, restorable Now In Stock & Available project bike. Dented tank, Immediately! 40'x60'x16' missing turn signals/ new tires n Insulated Steel Building w/ 16' seat. 65k mi; at time of storage wide x 14' tall Overhead Door. (1989) engine had knock to For Sale: 2008 Dixie Chopper Full-service crew avail., from cylinder head but ran well. Call 2560 lawn mower. $4900. Red's concrete to erection. Call Kessel Tom 406-564-3326, or visit 808 Auto Electric. 406-265-9595. 6-I Construction, 406-357-2475. 6-I 17th St. Ft Benton's rare book shop, outdoor gear, vintage. We Buy Old Books! 6-II For Sale by Owner: Small town Secondhand-Antique Shop along busy Hwy 87. House used for main business; original town depot on site plus one room country school house and garage for storage. More details, call evenings. 406-739-4361. 6-I

Driver Wanted: Non-profit org needs driver w/ minimum of CDL Class C license & Passenger endorsement to transport students on small yellow school bus between Harlem and Turner for Turner's 4-day school week. Will be enrolled in random drug test pool. Must be willing to attend driver training course. Call re: wages, etc. 406379-2512 or 379-2224. 6-I Krause parts: and other parts at Power Motors Implement. Hardi, Mayrath, older Spra coupe, Westgo, Gysler, Edwards, Adja and a group of Minneapolis Moline and Ford parts. Fort Benton. Call George at 406-799-7459 or email me gfultz49@gmail.com. 6-I

Milk River Gospel Jamboree is coming to Malta, June 28, 29 ,& 30, MHS auditorium. Supper @ 5 Fri., raffle, silent auction, meals and concessions avail. Nine music groups rom USA and Canada. www. milkrivergospeljamboree. org. 6-I Help Wanted: Looking for a person who is willing to lead a team and has a passion for Ag for our Big Sandy, MT location. Will manage the staff, plant, and equipment of a $10 million agronomy center. If you have the qualities and desire to grow, we will train. Interested applicants should email inquiry to aml@ mountainviewcoop.com or call Alice at Mountain View Co-op at 406-453-5900. 6-I


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Money Talks

Complements of Greg Dugdale Raymond James Financial Services, Inc. Havre, Montana

HealtH-Care reform: replaCing mytHs witH faCts

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) passed in 2010 is incredibly broad in scope, so it’s probably not surprising that there’s a good deal of confusion about it, and a number of inaccurate and misleading claims that have been circulated. Here’s some information to help separate fact from fiction. Myth: The health-care law cuts basic Medicare benefits and services Fact: Just the opposite is true. The ACA mandates that no guaranteed Medicare benefits are cut. In fact, the ACA expands Medicare benefits to include a free annual wellness assessment. Many important preventive screenings and vaccines are now offered free of charge, including screenings for colorectal cancer, cholesterol, and diabetes; mammograms, flu and pneumonia vaccines; and counseling for smoking cessation and nutrition therapy. The ACA also attempts to slow the increasing cost of Medicare premiums and ensure that Medicare will not run out of funds. To help achieve these goals, the health-care reform law specifically targets Medicare fraud and wasteful overpayments to insurance companies, coupled with some cuts in Medicare spending. If you’re a participant in the Medicare Part D (prescription drug) plan, the ACA attempts to close the “donut hole” in which plan beneficiaries pay full price for prescription drugs after exceeding a gap in the annual coverage. The ACA provides a $250 rebate and offers a variety of discounts and federal subsidies through 2020, at which time participants will pay no more than 25% out of pocket for most prescriptions. Myth: You’ll have to give up your current health insurance Fact: If you have health insurance through your employer, or you have private insurance, you’ll most likely be able to keep your present coverage. In fact, plans in existence on March 23, 2010, that haven’t changed significantly are considered “grandfathered,” meaning that those plans are treated as qualifying health insurance. But even if your plan is grandfathered, you’ll benefit from some of the provisions of the health-care law. For instance, all plans, including grandfathered plans, must allow coverage for adult dependents to age 26 and remove any lifetime dollar cost limits. Moreover, your insurance can’t be cancelled if you become sick, and your plan cannot refuse to insure you if you have a pre-existing medical condition. Myth: All small businesses have to provide insurance to their employees Fact: If you are a small business owner (meaning you employ fewer than 50 full-time equivalent employees), you are not required to provide health insurance to your employees. The “insurance mandate” applies only to large employers having at least 50 full-time employees. On the other hand, if you’re a small employer and you do offer health insurance coverage to your employees, you may be eligible for a tax credit. The credit is available to employers that have 25 or fewer full-time equivalent employees with annual wages averaging less than $50,000 per employee, and that pay at least 50% of the health plan costs. Myth: The ACA provides subsidies to illegal immigrants Fact: The ACA specifically defines who is eligible for federal payments, credits, and subsidies. Only U.S. citizens or nationals, and aliens lawfully present in the United States may receive federal payments, credits, or costsharing reductions applicable toward the purchase of health insurance. Undocumented immigrants in the United States may not acquire insurance through a state-based Exchange or Medicaid, nor are they eligible for federal subsidies for health insurance. Myth: Individuals have to pay taxes on their health benefits Fact: Nothing in the health-care law requires individuals to pay income taxes on their health-care benefits. Starting in 2018, an excise tax is assessed to insurers of high-cost, employer-sponsored health plans with aggregate expenses exceeding $10,200 for individual coverage and $27,500 for family coverage. The tax does not apply to insured plan participants.

Other taxes that are part of the ACA include: • A tax of 10% on the amount paid for indoor tanning services • A 20% tax (increased from 10%) on distributions from a health savings account or an Archer medical savings account that are not used for qualified medical expenses • An increase in the Medicare Part A tax rate on wages by 0.9% (from 1.45% to 2.35%) on high-income individuals • An excise tax of 2.3% on the sale of certain medical devices • A tax on large employers (more than 50 full-time equivalent employees) that do not offer affordable health insurance to employees, and • A tax on individuals who do not have qualifying health insurance (many exceptions apply) Myth: The ACA promotes end-of-life decisions for seniors Fact: While early drafts of the law allowed Medicare to reimburse doctors for talking to older patients about advance-care planning, no such provisions made it into the final version of the law. Nothing in the ACA forces seniors to have consultations about end-of-life choices. On the other hand, the Medicare Modernization Act of 2003 allows Medicare to pay for doctor’s visits with seniors in the first year of joining the program, during which time patients may voluntarily discuss end-of-life planning as part of their visit. The ACA does provide Medicare participants with free annual wellness visits and personalized prevention plan services. These provisions afford Medicare participants an opportunity to discuss important issues such as hospice, home care, and additional services available to seniors. However, the ACA does not mandate these discussions, nor does it tell doctors what options to discuss with their patients. Myth: The ACA taxes all real estate sales Fact: This misstatement is somewhat understandable based on the applicable part of the law. Beginning in 2013, the ACA imposes a tax of 3.8% on certain net investment income of individuals, estates, and trusts that have income above the statutory amounts. As it relates specifically to home sales, the tax applies only if you have modified adjusted gross income over $200,000 (individual), or $250,000 (married filing jointly), or $125,000 (married filing separately), and it would apply only to any taxable gain that results from the sale of your home. Since most people are able to exclude $250,000 ($500,000 in the case of a married couple) in gain from the sale of a personal residence, the application of the tax is limited. Myth: The health-care law will lead to government takeover of health care Fact: While provisions of the health-care law place some responsibility on the government to ensure that qualified insurance is available to most individuals, there is nothing in the law that directly promotes government takeover of our health-care system. For instance, many mistakenly believe that state-based health insurance Exchanges sponsor only governmentprovided health insurance. In fact, these Exchanges are intended to provide a marketplace that brings together consumers looking to buy health insurance with insurance companies looking to sell health insurance. Beware of health-care scams Probably due to the complexity of the law, many unscrupulous individuals are trying to scam people based on the uncertainty of some of the law’s provisions. For instance, you may get a call, e-mail, or visit from someone claiming that if you don’t have health insurance, you’ll go to jail. These same scammers may claim to be government officials and offer to sell you qualifying health insurance. Their goal is to get unsuspecting and frightened individuals, particularly seniors, to divulge personal information. To protect yourself, never buy insurance without checking with your state insurance department to be sure the seller is licensed and the policy is legitimate. Don’t give out your credit card or bank card information, and don’t give your Social Security number to anyone you don’t know.

This information, developed by an independent third party, has been obtained from sources considered to be reliable, but Raymond James Financial Services, Inc. does not guarantee that the foregoing material is accurate or complete. This information is not a complete summary or statement of all available data necessary for making an investment decision and does not constitute a recommendation. The information contained in this report does not purport to be a complete description of the securities, markets, or developments referred to in this material. This information is not intended as a solicitation or an offer to buy or sell any security referred to herein. Investments mentioned may not be suitable for all investors. The material is general in nature. Past performance may not be indicative of future results. Raymond James Financial Services, Inc. does not provide advice on tax, legal or mortgage issues. These matters should be discussed with the appropriate professional. Securities offered through Raymond James Financial Services, Inc., member FINRA/SIPC, an independent broker/dealer, and are not insured by FDIC, NCUA or any other government agency, are not deposits or obligations of the financial institution, are not guaranteed by the financial institution, and are subject to risks, including the possible loss of principal. Prepared by Broadridge Investor Communication Solutions, Inc. Copyright 2012.


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Date Auction/Auction Co.

Location Time

Sat., Jun 22 Raymond Warhank Estate Antique Auto Auction Shobe Auction 406-538-5125 Rudyard, MT SKY DIVING A man finally summons the courage to go sky diving for the very first time. The preparation and plane flight go smoothly, but immediately after jumping from the plane, he is unable to get his parachute to deploy. As he hurtles towards the earth, he is shocked to see a man rocketing upwards toward him. As they pass in the air, the skydiver yells, “Do you know anything about parachutes?” The second man responds, “No. Do you know anything about gas grills?”

10am

Sat., Jun 22 John Richardson Estate Real Estate & Household Auction Hines Auction 406-538-5125 Malta, MT 10am Sat., Jun 29 Dale Adams Estate Auction Smith Sales Co. 406-234-7355

Plentywood, MT

10am

Sat., Jun 29 Terry Martin Estate Auction Hi-Line Auction 406-654-1772

Malta, MT

10am

IT’S AUCTION SALE SEASON!

Ask your ad rep on page 10 how to get your auction listed here.

Keep an eye on this page for auctions being held this summer!

For Sale: "Formerly loved" Bernina 640 E (Embroidery) Sewing Machine. Stitch regulator. Low hours. Warranty. Free owner class. Contact Bearly Square Quilting (406) 265-4424. 6-I For Sale: 17.01 acres. Excellent horse pasture or great building site. Beautiful views of Little Belts & Highwood Mountains. Fenced. Year round access on county road 1 mile off Hwy 89 south, 3 miles north of Monarch, MT. Asking $48,500. Owner finance $8,000 down w/ balance over 10yrs @ 4% interest or $43,500 cash. Call 406-236-5574. 6-II For Sale or Lease: House in Turner, located on lots 4, 5 & 6 of Block 11. New shingles 6-7 yrs ago, includes almost new $3,500 pellet stove, gas range, electric heat. No fridge, washer or dryer. Avail. Sept. 1. For more info, call 406379-2516 or 390-1929. 6-II

Help Wanted: Cook and wait staff needed for busy restaurant in Loma. No experience necessary. Will train the right person! Call or stop by TODAY! Ma's Loma Cafe, 203 HWY 87, Loma, 406-739-4400. 6-I

3 Sisters in Malta is the place to shop. You'll find something new every time! 25% off on Race Saturdays storewide; Experience DalRena's food at all races held in Malta. 406-654-2529. 6-I


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For Rent: Independent Living for adults 62+ or disabled. HUD subsidy available if qualified. Stop by or call today!!! Sweet Grass Lodge, 511 First Street West, Chester, MT 59522. 406-759-5400. MTRS Relay: Dial 711 ***Equal Housing Opportunity***Handicapped Accessible. 1-II:7-I

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Help Wanted: Cook and wait staff needed for busy restaurant in Loma. No experience necessary. Will train the right person! Call or stop by TODAY! Ma's Loma Cafe, 203 HWY 87, Loma, 406-739-4400. 6-I

We Have Rough Lumber. Call to see what we have in stock. All Seasons Home Center, 406228-8288, or stop by 729 2nd Ave S., Glasgow, MT. 1-I:6-II

For Sale: Large collection of I Buy Books! No collection watches and clocks;some name too large or too small. Call brands: Gruen, Elgin, Bulava and 406-781-0101. 4-I:6-II more. Call 406-739-4361. 6-I


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Small Businesses...Keeping Montana Strong!

Just like “It takes a community to raise a child”, it takes small businesses to strengthen a community. Without loyal communityminded businesses, many Montana towns would be nothing more than a happy memory. These dedicated companies consistently provide jobs, industry, donations and volunteer services to the patrons who support them. They know that without a healthy economy in their town, their own companies will suffer, so they give back faithfully....When you see them be sure to say, “Thanks!”

Supporting the communities we work in... MULTI-CITY: Ezzie’s Wholesale

Great Northern Hotel & Restaurant Maltana Motel

HARLEM: Richman Insurance

The word “entrepreneur” in today’s world tends to drum up lofty images of success the likes of Steve Jobs, Bill Gates or even Benny Binion. Real life entrepreneurs, however, carry a much heavier burden of responsibility with a lot less flamboyance. The communities and towns LEWISTOWN: in which they operate in Montana owe them a multitude of thanks just for their staying power Snowy Mountain Motors alone. If ever there was an instance of an entrepreneur who works for the sake of getting the job done and done well it’s the duo who operates both the Great Northern Hotel and the Maltana Lewistown Rental Motel in Malta, Montana—Tim and Arlys Spear. The couple, who purchased the Great Northern from Jim Carney in 2001, lived and Duane Sparks Chevrolet worked in the hotel for three years before they were able to acquire a parallel business, the Maltana Motel, which included a stand-alone CHINOOK: Jamieson Motors home on the premises. Tim, having been a meat-cutter his entire life in places like Butte American Garage, LLC and Missoula, and who later operated a hotel restaurant kitchen in Lewistown, jumped at the TURNER: opportunity to go into business for himself. Reed’s Ag Enterprises ~ Tim says, “I like working for myself, but it isn’t Turner Supply any LESS work. Like many businesses, it’s a seven day a week job, and always more than HAVRE: eight hours a day. And sometimes it’s hard to North Star Dodge find enough help for certain positions.” He Custom Collision Repair currently cooks three days a week, as that’s one The front entrance to the Great Northern Hotel & Restaurant. position that’s often hard to fill. Havre Muffler & Brake With 29 rooms at the GN and 19 at the Maltana, it takes lots of Havre Ready Mix, Inc.~ manpower to keep things running Baltrusch Construction, Inc. The banquet room located at the Great Northern smoothly. “It takes a long time ~Havre Sand & Gravel, Inc. Hotel is available for business functions or social to build up a good crew,” he notes. events. “Right now there are only two people Pacific Steel & Recycling who were here when we bought the place, but there are 26 employees altogether. Only 9 or 10 of those are full time. But, Tilleman Motor Co. if we didn’t have good employees, we wouldn’t be in business.” RUDYARD: The two facilities pair up well. Arlys runs the Maltana, and Tim runs the McNair Furniture GN. The GN houses a coffee shop open from 6am-5pm, and a steakhouse/lounge that’s open from 5:00am-9:30pm. A banquet room was added with the purchase MALTA: of the old Wiederrick’s clothing Radio Shack Malta store, and the basement gets used for storage, as well as housing the First State Bank meat shop where Tim cuts and wraps steak and hamburger for the The Maltana Motel welcomes visitors to Malta Great Northern Hotel & restaurant. Guests at the Maltana year round. Restaurant ~ Maltana Motel get free drink tickets for the GN Crossroads Coffee ~ lounge, in hopes of steering additional business there. Feigel Photo The Spears mostly enjoy the customer relationships they build in their enterprise. Tim, a self-professed redneck, says it didn’t take them long to get to know most of Liquor Haven ~ Travel Haven the people in Malta, because the people there are so friendly. Over time, they’ve moved to a first-name basis with many of their hotel guests, which they believe is Mint Bar a good sign that they’re doing something right. And they’ve enjoyed the strong support of many of the locals at the restaurant. R & G Feeds Tim and Arlys believe in taking care of those who take care of you, so there isn’t a thing they don’t support when support is needed. “I don’t like to point out who I HINSDALE: The restaurant and lounge area of the Great give to,” Tim says. “The people and groups I support know what I give, and I know Stoughie’s Bar & Grill Northern Hotel provides a warm environment for it. That’s what matters.” WOLF POINT: Northern Prairie Auto Sales

gathering with friends.

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Ramblings of a Conservative Cow Doctor

by Krayton Kerns, DVM, State Rep. HD 58

We hope you enjoy reading this feature in Tricia’s Trader. You may agree, you may disagree with Dr. Kerns’ Ramblings, but

you will always have something to discuss over dinner.

The RINO Protection Act The biggest coward in politics is a Republican business owner, a trait I recognize because I used to be one. For example, sometime in August of my first run for office, I was in our local hardware store when the owner, Dean, approached me saying, “Krayton, I love your weekly column; your opinions are dead on.” “Well, thank you,” I said. “Does this mean I can put a campaign sign in your yard?” “No, that would be suicide,” he fired back. I chuckled, but said not a word. I too was a closet conservative in my earlier years and worried once my core beliefs were exposed, the left could attack my business as enemy territory; a technique of intimidation Saul Alinsky advances in “Rules for Radicals”. However, when I became a candidate, I traded my security blanket of anonymity for the sword and shield of truth, because to remain quiet and watch the country collapse would be insane. Now that you understand this business man’s dilemma, a quick look at Washington D.C. shows how left-wing activists exploit this weakness. Under congressional scrutiny, the Internal Revenue Service appears to be the American equivalent of the KGB. This oppressive division of the executive branch has been building a database to target conservative donors with detailed audits. This unequal application of law is blatantly unconstitutional, but it works. If Dean would not allow my campaign sign in his yard for fear of retribution, he certainly would not donate to my cause knowing it could subject him to an IRS audit. Now let’s zip back to Montana. This technique of building databases to manipulate politics appeared as Senate Bill 375 (SB375) in Montana’s 2013 legislative session. Senator Jim Peterson’s (R-Buffalo) legislation was drafted with the assistance of the governor’s office and was euphemistically nicknamed the Dark Money Bill. This legislation passed out of the Senate through the cooperative efforts all but one Democrat and eight RINOs (Republicans In Name Only). The House Judiciary Committee wisely tabled SB375 for the following reasons: In addition to re-writing various campaign rules, this 29 page bill required the disclosure of every stockholder possessing

Wanted: Gear case for Polaris Scrambler 400 4x4, 1998-1999 ATV. Call 406-262-5008. 6-I Creative Elements, 229 4th St. S., Glasgow. 5 years and growing strong. New makeover, all hand-crafted Made in Montana. Stop in for the experience. Great variety and gift ideas. 406-214-9501. 6-I

over 10 percent ownership of a corporation participating in the political process with this database maintained in the office of Montana’s Commissioner of Political Practices (COPP). This requirement is blatantly contradictory to our First Amendment right to freedom of speech, but wait, it gets worse. Any corporation failing to meet these new reporting requirements would be fined an amount four times greater than any contribution deemed illegal with 50 percent of the fines retained by the COPP to offset the cost of maintaining their database. If you are not outraged you simply do not understand the problem. Imagine the IRS fining you four times the amount of your back taxes, but also keeping 50 percent of the fine to fund future audits and investigations. This Dark Money Bill dangerously places the scandalous IRS database practices solidly into Montana law. A few days after SB375 was tabled in Judiciary, liberal House RINOs joined all House Democrats to force the bill out of committee. They were unsuccessful. Just like Dean, most closet conservatives would like to see RINOs replaced by real conservative Republicans. However, Alinsky style repercussions from being listed on a government database makes it is easier to just let the RINO keep the office. Therefore, I nick-named SB375 the “RINO Protection Act,” and this brings me to my final point. The Responsible Republican cabal whose membership I listed in last week’s column, is hustling to get SB375 on the 2014 ballot. Citizens should not be swayed by the sugar plum and lollipop sounding name the Dark Money Bill. If SB375 becomes law, the Democrats joined by the RINOs will steer Montana down a liberal pathway for decades to come. Remember, it was the Responsible Republicans and Democrats who were responsible for a 13 percent growth in state spending in this recent 2013 session. Just because a politician selfidentifies as a Republican does not mean they hold an ounce of allegiance to America’s founding principles of limited government. Voters need to do their homework or forever wish they would have.

Farmers Union Insurance in Glasgow: offers Auto, Life, Home, Farm, Crop, Business, Health and Hail Insurance. Call Del today 406-228-2284. Great rates and Great service. 6-II For Sale: 2010 Polaris 500 ATV. 4x4, 1300 mi, clean, call for price. Red's Auto Electric. 406-265-9595. 6-I For Sale: INDIAN BLANKETS & ARTWORK Sweetgrass ~ Sage ~ Furs Buckskin ~ Saddles USA Old Timer Knives Knife/Scissor Sharpening, Custom Framing, Big Sky Images & Collectibles Havre Holiday Village Mall ~~~~~(406)399-6522~~~~~ x-1


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Now Open! Marias River Greenhouses! See us first for the best selection of bedding plants, potted plants, hanging baskets, vegetables/herbs, patio pots, professional soil and fertilizer. 18 mi South of Chester or 35 mi. North of Fort Benton on HWY 223. 406-456-3276. 6-II For Sale: 1994 Ford Taurus SHO, bad transmission, motor is good, has police interceptor motor, new catalytic converter, body straight. $600 OBO. Malta. Call (406) 301-0272. 6-I

Kirkwood Funeral Home

For Sale: Honda CB900 1981 Motorcycle, all accessories incl. 654-1132 Serving Northern MT from Malta radio. 1991 Chevy Caprice. 1979 GMC Crew Cab dually. 1950 Chev. 3800 6 cyl. w/ stake bed. Call 406-470-1761. 6-II For Sale: BUTTON COLLECTION! Over For Sale: 2-Bedroom, 1 5,000 buttons dating back bath home with garage for to the Civil War era. Call sale in Harlem, MT. Nicely evenings, 406-739-4361. 6-I remodeled. Reasonably priced. Act fast! Call for more For Sale: 2011 Chevy Silverado details. (406) 945-1361. 6-I 3500 HD, 6.6L, Duramax

Bargain Days at the Trash & Treasure Shop in Loma, afternoons only 1:00-5:00pm. 25¢, 50¢, $1 tables. Books, linens, pillows, jewelry, toys, dishes, tools & more. Lots of 1/2 price items. It's gotta go!! 6-II T L C Equipment & Truck Repair, 100 Central Ave. W. Harlem, MT. Office 406-353-2473, cell 406353-7793, M-F, 8am-5pm, 25 years experience. 6-II

WE DO WEDDINGS!!! FRESH FLOWERS AND UNIQUE ARRANGEMENTS! We proudly serve Joplin, Chester, Inverness, Rudyard, Free Pallets! Harlem Diesel, 4x4, LTZ, leather, Hingham and Gildford! HIFLORAL, Joplin Lumber. During business 4-door, 1-ton, Z71 pkg, 26k mi, LINE Montana, 406-292-3225. 6-I $48,900. Call 406-357-4201. 6-I hours only, 8-5 M-F. 6-II

Gutter Cleaning & Handyman Pete James & Sons Fencing: work! Call me for all types at reasonable rates. Woven of odd jobs around your home or barb wire. Call 406-383or yard, including fire wood 4440 or 390-2466. 6-II cutting. Available for work in the Chinook, Harlem, and Havre areas. Call 406781-1348 or 357-4153. 6-II

For Sale: Great investment opportunity in Sunburst! 4 Lots & 3 bdrm/1bath house. Live in and build on vacant lots. Great potential! (406) 937-6645. 6-II

Zero Montana Hatchery: Specializing in chickens, ducks, geese and guineas. 1261 W. Old Hwy 10, Terry, MT. Call 406-852-4282. 7-I:6-II

For Sale: 2006 Raptor 5th wheel toy hauler,excellent shape, only 49hrs on the builtin 5500 watt Onan generator. $32,000 OBO. Plentywood, MT. Call 406-765-7539. 6-I

Buying Scrap Metals and Batteries. Copper, Brass, Radiators, Cell Phones, Circuit Boards, Air Conditioners, Computers, Motors, Ballasts, Monel, Carbide, Catalytic Converters, X-Ray Film, Lead, Stainless, Wire, Starters, Alternators, High Temp Alloys, and lots more. 701-361-5821 www.bernathconstructioninc. com 1-II:7-I


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FORT BENTON SUMMER CELEBRATION 2013 June 28-30, 2013 “THE SPIRIT OF 1863--“Celebrating the life and times of the Scamps, Scoundrels, and Scalawags, and, yes, even Madam Moustache”

8:00am-5:00pm 8:00am-5:00pm 9:00am-4:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 10:30am - 4:30pm 10:30am - 4:30pm 10:30am-4:30pm 11:00am-11:45am 11:30am-1:30pm 11:30pm 11:45am-12:15pm 12:15pm-1:00pm 1:00pm-3:00pm 1:30pm 1:30pm 3:00pm 3:00pm-8:00pm 3:00pm-8:00pm 4:00pm-7:00pm 5:15pm 5:30pm 5:30pm 6:30pm 7:00pm 8:30pm-12:00am

7:00am-10:00am 8:00am-5:00pm 8:00am 8:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-5:00pm 9:00am 9:00am-5:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-5:00pm

FRIDAY

Missouri Breaks Interpretive Center 701 7th St. (Fee Involved) Rummage Sale - Community Bible Church - Refreshments served  1600 Main Street Lemonade & Book Sale at Chouteau County Library Chalk It Up Fort Benton - Sidewalk Art Contest -Sponsored by County Shoppe Cooperative Art Gallery & Gift Shop Tour The Museum of the Upper Missouri - Old Fort Park (Fee Involved) Tour the Museum of the Northern Great Plains - 1205 20th St. (Fee Involved) Tour Historic Old Fort Benton - Old Fort Park (Fee Involved) Entertainment - Rob Verdi on Saxophone - First Security Bank - 1502 Main St. Pig Roast Lunch - First Security Bank - 1502 Main Street Clown making Balloon Animals, etc. - First Security Bank - 1502 Main Street Entertainment: - City Band - First Security Bank Entertainment: - Jamie Carter - First Security Bank Ice Cream Social at US Bank - 1304 Front Street Clown making balloon animals, etc. - US Bank - 1314 Front St. City Band - Chouteau County Library - 1518 Main St. Missouri River Breaks Gang - Old West Re-enactment at Corner of 15th and Front Street Summer Celebration - "Crafts and Fun Things" - Old Fort Park Art On The Levee - Old Fort Park 2nd US Cavalry Association Encampment - Living History Presentation - Old Fort Park City Band Concert - At the Gazebo in Old Fort Park Community Pot Luck - Old Fort Park Clown making Balloon Animals, etc. - Community Potluck - Old Fort Park Pie Auction by GFWC Fort Benton Woman's Club - Old Fort Park Fun Zone - Carnival Games - Corner of Front St. & 14th St. Street Dance - Cody Beebee & The Crooks - Corner of Front Street & 14th Street Sponsored in part by Jim Taylor Chevrolet

SATURDAY

Breakfast at Old Fort Park - Served at Log Cook Shack - Swimming Pool Committee (Fee Involved) Missouri Breaks Interpretive Center - 701 7th St. (Fee Involved) Children's Fishing Derby - Sign-Up at Old Fire Hall (Sponsored by Lehman's True Value) Rummage Sale - Community Bible Church - Refreshments served  1600 Main Street Summer Celebration - "Crafts and Fun Things" - Old Fort Park Audra Morger Bonilla Memorial Fun Run/Walk - 1 Mile, 5K, 10K - Begins at Lewis & Clark Statue.  Registration begins at 8:00am. 2nd US Cavalry Association Encampment - Living History Presentation - Old Fort Park Chalk It Up Fort Benton - Sidewalk Art Contest - Sponsored by County Shoppe Cooperative Art Gallery & Gift Shop Eye of the Needle Quilt Guild Show - Masonic Hall - 1712 Front St.


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9:00am-8:00pm 10:00am - 5:00pm 10:00am 10:00am 10:30am - 4:30pm 10:30am - 4:30pm 11:00am 11:00am 12:00 Noon 12:00-12:45pm 1:00-1:45pm 2:00-2:45pm 2:00pm 3:00pm 3:00-3:45pm 4:00pm 6:00pm 6:00-6:45pm 7:00-7:45pm 8:00-8:45pm 8:45-9:30pm 9:30pm-1:30am After Dark 8:00am-5:00pm 10:00am-3:00pm 10:00am - 3:00pm 10:00am 10:00am-3:00pm 10:00am-3:00pm 11:00am-3:00pm 12:00 - 4:00pm 12:00 - 4:00pm 1:00pm 2:00pm

Art On The Levee - Old Fort Park Open House - Historic Old Fort Benton - Old Fort Park Fun Zone - Bouncy House, Duck Pond, Ferris Wheel, Boxing, Air Brush Tattoos, Face Painting Mustaches, etc. Clown making balloon animals, etc. Old Fort Park (Fee Involved) Tour the Museum of the Upper Missouri - Old Fort Park (Fee Involved) Tour the Museum of the Northern Great Plains - 1205 20th St. (Fee Involved) Parade - Along Front Street - Begins at City Hall - Theme "The Spirit of 1863" Monte (UM Grizzly Mascot) appearing in the parade - afterwards performing at Old Fort Park and on Front Street - Sponsored by Benton Pharmacy Boy Scout Barbecue - Old Fort Park (Fee Involved) Entertainment - April Wells - Old Fort Park Entertainment - Carver Brothers - Old Fort Park Entertainment - MSK Project - Old Fort Park Missouri Breaks Gang - Old West Reenactment - at Grand Union Square Entertainment - Mike Kania - Country/Folk Acoustic Music - Missouri Breaks Interpretive Center - 701 7th St. Entertainment - Rob Verdi - Saxophone - Old Fort Park Missouri Breaks Gang - Old West Reenactment - at Grand Union Square Fun Zone - Carnival Games - at Grand Union Square Entertainment - My Lucky Valentines - at Grand Union Square Entertainment - MSK Project - at Grand Union Square Entertainment - Rob Verdi - Saxophone - at Grand Union Square "Whisker Challenge" Mustache and Beard Contest - Grand Union Square   Street Dance - Grand Union Square.  Featuring "The Alleged" Sponsored by The Grand Union Hotel and Grille, and The Fort Benton Tavern Association Fireworks Along the Steamboat Levee and the Missouri River

SUNDAY

Tour the Missouri Breaks Interpretive Center - 701 7th Street (Fee Involved) 2nd US Cavalry Association Encampment - Living History Presentation - Old Fort Park Open House - Historic Old Fort Benton - Old Fort Park Chalk It Up Fort Benton - Judging - Sidewalk Art Contest Sponsored by County Shop Cooperative Art Gallery & Gift Shop Summer Celebration - "Crafts and Fun Things" - Old Fort Park Art On The Levee - Old Fort Park Eye Of The Needle Quilt Guild Show - Masonic Hall - 1712 Front St. Tour the Museum of the Northern Great Plains - 1205 20th St. (Fee Involved) Tour the Museum of the Upper Missouri - Old Fort Park Gospel Jubilee - Featuring "4 One Voice" & Community Singers - Old Fort Park Chalk It Up Fort Benton - Awards Announced - Shep Statue    Sponsored by County Shop Cooperative Art Gallery & Gift Shop

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Winifred Centennial Celebration Friday, July 5 - Sunday, July 7, 2013

Friday

9 am Winifred Open Golf Tournament* Please pre-register by contacting Betty Wickens at 406-462-5666 or email echowick@itstriangle.com. 10 am Missouri River Float Trip* Meet at the Winifred Museum. For more information contact Hole-in-the-Wall Adventures at 406-538-2418 or email hitwa@hotmail.com 4-6 pm Registration - please come pick up your registration packet at the Community Center 4-6 pm Silent Auction items can be checked in at the Community Center. Contact Shirley Benes at 406-462-5316 or email sbenes@mtintouch.net. 5 pm Butcher Family BBQ - The Ed Butcher family will be hosting a FREE barbecue at the park 5-7 pm Class of 1962 gathering at Bob Wherley residence 7 pm Cavalcade of Times* in the school gym All Day Slideshow on reader board All Day Food vendors available on Main Street All Day Reminiscing with great friends and meeting new ones Evening Jam Session - Everyone welcome! Details to be announced.

Saturday

9am-12pm Registration - please come pick up your registration packet at the Community Center 9am-12pm Silent Auction items can be checked in at the Community Center. Contact Shirley Benes at 406-462-5316 or email sbenes@mtintouch.net. 11am-7pm Curly’s Funtastic Kid Zone on Main Street 1pm Parade on Main Street. Contact Ann Econom (floats) 406-462-5421, Justa Seilstad (horse) 406-366-6624, Daryl Smith (equipment) 406-462-5661 or Roger Thompson (automobiles) 406-462-5341. 3-5 pm Registration - please come pick up your registration packet at the Community Center 3-9 pm Silent Auction will end at the Community Center. Please be there to pay for and pick up your items. 4pm Centennial photo. Please gather on Main Street so a photo of the town and everyone participating in the Centennial may be taken from a bucket truck. 5-8pm Dinner by the Decades. Roast beef dinner will be served in the school gym buffet style in four intervals to be posted in your registration packet. 9pm Street Dance - music by KFC2 10 pm Fireworks Show - the band will be breaking for a fireworks display All Day Slideshow on reader board All Day Food vendors available on Main Street. No need to cook! Some vendors will even be offering breakfast choices. All Day Reminiscing with great friends and meeting new ones

Sunday

Noon Picnic at the City Park Noon - 2pm BaloonaPalooza at the City Park All Day Slideshow on reader board All Day Food vendors available on Main Street. No need to cook! Some vendors will even be offering breakfast choices. All Day Reminiscing with great friends and meeting new ones *Activities not included as part of the registration fee. Please contact the individuals heading up these activities for registration and more information.


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Cavalcade of Times*- Friday, July 5, at 7 p.m. at the Winifred Public School. Cost: $5 at the door. A cavalcade of times is a narrated procession of clothing and items representing the last 100 years. If you have local clothing items or military uniforms that you would be willing to loan out for the performance, it would be appreciated. Small stature models will also be needed. Please contact Marilyn Deichmann at 406-423-5500 or by email at marilyndeichmann@ hotmail. com no later than May 1. Silent Auction-A silent auction will be held Saturday, July 6, with proceeds going to the purchase of acoustic tiles for the Community Center. If you’d like to donate items for auction or would like more information, please contact Shirley Benes at 406-462-5316 or email sbenes@mtintouch.net. Items can also be checked in at the Community Center Friday, July 5, from 4-6 p.m. and Saturday, July 6, from 9 a.m. - 12 noon. Bids will close at 9 p.m. on Saturday. Please be on hand to pay for and pick up your items. Winners will be posted on the Reader Board on Main Street. Curly the Clown and the Funtastic Kid Zone- Saturday,

July 6, from 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. The Funtastic Kid Zone will be set up on Main Street for kids of all ages to come and enjoy. The Kid Zone includes a bowling center, basketball center, blaster center, block center, beach center, beautiful center, bean bag center and bubble center. Sunday, July 7, from 12 noon - 2 p.m. the BaloonaPalooza will be at the City Park. The BaloonaPalooza is a self-serve balloon station where no one stands in line to get a balloon!

Dinner by the Decades- Everyone Invited! Saturday, July 6, from 5-8 p.m. in the school gym a buffet style roast beef dinner catered by Brooks Market will be served in four intervals to be posted in your registration packet. Parade- Saturday, July 6, at 1 p.m. on Main Street. Contact: Ann Econom

(floats) 406-462-5421, Justa Seilstad (horse) 406-366-6624, Daryl Smith (equipment) 406-462-5661 or Roger Thompson (automobiles) 406-462-5341. The old equipment that cannot be on the paved Main Street will be on display at the City Park.

Sunday Picnic-Sunday, July 7 - A Catering at 12 noon.

picnic lunch will be catered by Tall Boys

Winifred Open Golf Tournament*- Friday, July 5, starting at 9 a.m. Please pre-register by contacting Betty Wickens at 406-462-5666 or email echowick@itstriangle.com. Missouri River Float Trip*-Friday, July 5, meet at the Winifred

Museum at 10 a.m. Costs are $20 for adults or $10 for youth. A sack lunch will be available for $7. For more information or to pre-register contact Hole-in-theWall Adventures/Terry Selph at 406-538-2418 or email hitwa@hotmail.com. LAST MINUTE FLOATERS WELCOME! *Activities not included as part of the registration fee. Please contact the individuals heading up these activities for registration and more info. Visit www.winifred.k12.mt.us and click the Alumni tab for the latest updates and information.


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Denton Centennial Celebration Friday, June 28 - Sunday, June 30, 2013

Friday

All Day Wagon Train. Registration $30, includes evening meal and entertainment, campsite and Saturday breakfast. Contact Larry Rice 406- 567-2287. Evening Cowboy Poetry by John Drivdahl at Wagon Train camp site 3 mi. East of Denton, $15 includes catered meal and entertainment. 5pm Charlie Russell Chew Choo if at least 50 riders. $20/person.

Saturday

8-10am Registration at Town Hall 8am Fun Run/Walk, sponsored by NGS. 1 mi and 5K, all ages welcome. Gather at football field. Contact Sherry Derks at 406-567-2263. BREAKFAST Available at the Shade Tree Cafe’, and Buddy’s Bar. 4-H will be selling coffee and doughnuts at Town Hall. 10:30am Parade - start on east end of town. Contact Richard Barber at 406-567- 2528 or 567-2253. After parade Kiddie Carnival opens, Swimming pool opens (weather permitting). LUNCH Meader’s Burger Wagon; FFA will serve brisket sandwiches, brats, & drinks; Girl Scouts will serve Walking Tacos, nachos, cotton candy, sno cones & drinks; The Dog Pound will serve hot dogs & drinks. 2-5pm School tour & Antique display at school cafeteria. Free style bike show, Beard Judging (awards given), Socializing & Class Pictures. 6pm Catered meal at City Park. Registration required. Those pre-registered served first, those not pre-registered served last. 8pm RINGLING FIVE at the school gym. Babysitting available at the Methodist Church from 7:30-10pm. Free will offering for this service will be donated to a charity. Night Dancing and listening music in Town Hall.

SUNDAY

7am Lions Club Pancake-Sausage Breakfast, Town Hall, $5. 10am Remembrance Service at Cemetery. Buses available. Anyone interested in singing in the choir, call Betty Brinkman at 406-567-2385. LUNCH Pool Park - Hamburgers, hot dogs, three salads, dessert & drink, $10.

The Whippett at left has been lovingly restored by owner Richard Barber. The International pickup above was owned by the county at one time and was used to patrol the Denton area.


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DAVE SAYS:

Who Is Dave Ramsey?

Dave Ramsey is a personal money management expert, popular national radio personality and the author of three New York Times bestsellers – The Total Money Makeover, Financial Peace Revisited and More Than Enough. In them, Ramsey exemplifies his life’s work of teaching others how to be financially responsible, so they can acquire enough wealth to take care of loved ones, live prosperously into old age, and give generously to others. * Dave Ramsey is America’s trusted voice on money and business. He’s authored four New York Times best-selling books: Financial Peace, More Than Enough, The Total Money Makeover and EntreLeadership. The Dave Ramsey Show is heard by more than 5 million listeners each week on more than 500 radio stations. Follow Dave on Twitter at @DaveRamsey and on the web at daveramsey.com.

Dear Dave, I borrowed $30,000 from my aunt to buy a condo eight years ago. We had a deal that she would get her money back, plus a piece of the profits, when it sold. If there were no profits, she would get back her original $30,000. Recently the condo sold and I lost the money I put into it, plus my aunt’s money as well. I make good money and don’t have any other debt, but I’m a little resentful now that she wants me to pay her back. Do you have any suggestions? ~Christine Dear Christine, I don’t want to be mean, but you have no right to be resentful toward your aunt. This is the deal you signed up for, and she did nothing wrong. Wanting her money back now isn’t greedy or malicious on her part, and it’s definitely not worth putting a family relationship at risk. I know what you’re thinking, because it’s just human nature. You just went through a lot, and the situation didn’t work out as planned. Plus, it doesn’t sound like your aunt is hurting financially if she put $30,000 toward helping you in the deal. Part of you is thinking she has plenty of money, so why doesn’t she just forgive the debt and forget about everything? If you were barely scraping by, I might suggest that you sit down and talk with her over a cup of coffee, explain the situation and ask her to forgive the debt. Right now, the little girl part of you is whining, “Oh, come on. Just let me go!” But the grown-up Christine knows better. That part of you is whispering, “You know what to do…” Pay her back as quickly as possible, and get this bad deal behind you for good. You said you make good money, so just take care of your responsibility. It’ll hurt some, but it’s better than taking a chance on ruining the relationship with a very generous and loving aunt. ~Dave Dear Dave, I’m working on my debt snowball, and I’m trying to settle with a pushy collector. I don’t have the $9,000 I owe, but I have $3,000 I’d like to offer as a settlement. Recently the collector has started asking for a lot of information I don’t feel comfortable providing. What should I do? ~Daniel Dear Daniel, Lots of times in these kinds of situations collectors are trying to gather up as much information as possible in order to sue you. Even if that’s not the case here, there’s no reason for you to be supplying them with a bunch of extra info. Just offer them the $3,000, and make it clear that your financial coach—which is me—told you not to answer any more of their nosy questions. Make sure they understand that your offer of $3,000 stands as a settlement of the debt today. If they’re willing to accept the offer, get a statement in writing saying that the $3,000 represents payment in full before you cut the check. If they choose not to accept your offer, and they keep asking questions that are none of their business, just tell them to call back when they’re willing to discuss terms. Then, hang up! ~Dave For Sale: 320+/- acre parcel that includes 200+/- acres of irrigated land. A portion is laser leveled, all irrigates easily and recent drain field updates. Mostly in Western Wheat grass for hay or grass production. Asking $250,000 (263JF6) 406-654-2273 missouririverrealty.com 6-II


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For Sale: Currently Westside Sporting Goods and Malta Marine. This business has every kind of hunting and fishing supplies, including firearms, ammunition and fishing/ hunting licensing. (Includes Westside Sporting Goods inventory) Asking $165,000 (209WM6) 406-654-2273 missouririverrealty.com 6-II For Sale: Completely remodeled Zortman 3 bdrm 1 ¾ bath manufactured home on .85+/- acre and includes an A-Frame cabin for guests or use as a seasonal rental. Beautiful scenic location! Asking $150,000 (205JD6) 406-654-2273 missouririverrealty.com 6-I Brought to you by:

Tire trouble? See us for your farm tire needs. Pehrson’s Firestone, Chinook. 406357-2570 or 3305. After hours 406-357-3807. 6-I

For Sale: 2009 Suzuki KingQuad 400 AS, 4x4, ATV, excellent condition, windshield included. $4,000 OBO. (406)355-4488. 6-II

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UNRESERVED PUBLIC AUCTION

LETHBRIDGE, AB THURSDAY, JULY 18, 2013 | 9 AM

8– 2011 CASE IH 2303 36 FT

1 OF 2– 2010 CAT CHALLENGER MT875C

10– 2011 WESTEEL F1624 170 TONNE

2012 MACK CXU613

2002 PETERBILT 330

2005 MASSEY FERGUSON 9690

UNUSED– 2012 NEW HOLLAND BC5070

2– 2010 BALZER 2000

1 OF 2– DEGELMAN RP6000

1 OF 3– SELLICK SD-80

2001 LODE KING

LETHBRIDGE, AB Thursday, July 18 | 9am 5 OF 10– 2010 & 2011 CASE IH 2152 35 FT

From Lethbridge, AB at the intersection of 43rd St and Hwy 4, go 10.5 km (6.5 miles) South to Hwy 508. Yard on West side. Phone 403.327.4933

Call Today to Consign 2– 1998 ALTA-FAB 12'X58'

rbauction.com | 800.491.4494

190+ ITEMS IN THIS AUCTION Agricultural Tractors Belted Tractors Combines & Headers Swathers Mobile Structures Forklifts Grain Handling Equipment Truck Tractors & Much More!


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Bill’s Food

Corner

Dig right in to our newest regular guest column! Bill Hake invites you to test his recipes and his theories and tell us what you think. And he takes “requests”!

The following article I have taken out of the University of California--Berkeley “Wellness Letter” Volume 28 * issue 2 * November 2011. Some of you might find it interesting; others might find it shocking. I find it intriguing that an established medical institution would go against established tradition. Kudos to them, as I believe every word in their article is true.

Claims that don’t hold water

“You don’t need to drink 8 glasses of water a day to prevent dehydration and stay healthy. Every time we say that, readers tell us we’re crazy. Don’t schools and countless experts advise it? What about those people chugging from water bottles all day long? It’s still a myth, and no one really knows where it came from originally. Today this claim is often made by (no surprise) the bottled water industry. The notion that we don’t drink enough water—that is, at least eight glasses a day—“is not only nonsense, but is thoroughly debunked nonsense,” according to a recent editorial in the British journal BMJ. Here are some other water myths. Drinking lots of water does not improve kidney function or help kidneys eliminate toxins—let alone improve overall health. It won’t bathe your organs in extra fluid and thus improve their function. Don’t expect it to lower blood pressure, boost concentration in kids, improve skin tone or prevent headaches, despite the claims. Yes, water is a great drink. If it comes from the tap, it’s cheap and environmentally friendly. And yes, it may help you control your weight if it replaces caloric beverages. But that doesn’t mean water promotes weight loss. How much to drink? If you are healthy and not exercising or working hard in the heat, thirst is your best guide. Most fruits and vegetables are about 90 percent water. Other beverages also provide fluid, as do soups and stews. Coffee and tea also supply water; it’s a fallacy that they cause a net water loss. Older people do need to try to drink more water—older bodies cope less well with heat, and thirst may be a less reliable indicator. People with recurring kidney stones may also benefit from drinking more fluids. Basic rule: if your urine is light yellow, you’re drinking enough. I would like to point out something that you almost never hear about anywhere else. Consuming too much water can cause hyponatremia by flushing too much salt out of our system and unless recognized and corrected quickly can become deadly.” Next issue we will dig into some of the dangers of dehydration. Contact me at bhake@ icloud.com or Bill’s Food Corner, PO Box 81, Turner, MT 59542. "PIT STOP" ON THE FARM SERVICE: Meridian Bins, Hankook, Goodyear, tires, crop chemicals, poly tanks, repairs AND MUCH MORE! 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU! GALATA, CHESTER, INVERNESS. FRASER'S OIL. 406-292-3833. 6-I For Sale: High pressure (550 psi) commercial skid sprayer for flatbed, electric start 13HP Honda GX390 gas motor, 300 gallon dual compartment tank, electric hose reel w/300 ft of 1/2 in. hose, stainless steel pressure relief valve and fittings, flow meter, triple diaphragm pump, excellent condition, runs perfectly. Cost $10,000 to build, selling for $3,500. 406-765-7495. 6-II


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For Sale: Standing at Stud "Miami Blase" Stakes winning TB Stallion. For more information call 406658-2157 or 654-1482. 6-II

For Sale: 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix. 105,000 miles. Good Condition. V6, CD player, 4 door, Maroon. $7,700 OBO. 406-674-5281 or rodeogirl312@gmail.com. 6-I

Phillips County Fair July 18th,19th 20th and 21st. Come join the fun. There is something for everyone to enjoy. Visit www. phillipscountyfair.com 6-II

r e m m u S e c n a r a e l C ,000! $ o t Save up 14

For Sale: Aluminum Gravel Box, 16 ft head lift hoist, $2,900. Call Vaughn Truck Sales, 406-265-6387. 6-I The Swap Shop in WolfPoint is a Pawn Broker and carries a great variety of things, kitchen tables, guns, games, hand and power tools, T.V.'s too much to mention it all. Come check out our selection at 121 Anaconda Street, Wolf Point, Mt. 406-653-1410. 6-II

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Phillips County Fair 2013: July 18-21. Fri. Gwen Sabastian in Concert w/ opening band Barbed Wire 7 pm; Sat.-Talent show 11am-2pm. Call 3010143 to enter. Open RodeoSlack 3 pm, Rodeo 7pm. Entries Tue. July 16, 6-10pm, call 6542920; Sun.-Truck & Tractor Pull, Noon- 3pm. AMX Racing 5pm. Carnival & Grounds Acts throughout the Fair. www. phillipscountyfair.com 6-II Sew Sassy: 172 S. 1st. Ave E in Malta has custom embroidery, vinyl printing and more. Come check it out! 406-654-1133. 6-I Rabbits For Sale: New Zealands & Florida Whites. Wire cages made to order. Call Tom Yeager in Terry Mt. 406-635-2683 or email tyeagermt1@yahoo.com. 6-II


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