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CONTENTS: Classifieds, Classifieds!

Advertising Info............... 12 Bill’s Food Corner.next time Bull Sale Calendar.......... 19 Comic..............................11 Conservative Cow Dr.......... ........................... next issue Dave Says...................... 21 “Laugh Lines”.................. 13 “Money Talks” Financial Column.......................... 9 Realty Section.................. 8 Rodeo Roundup..............11 Senior Menus................. 16 Subscriptions.................. 12 “Things to Know”.............. 4

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Smith's Repair: Looking for that durable long-lasting balebed, flatbed, bale handler, carry all? Call Smith's Repair 954-2564 your local Krogmann dealer, located in Roy and Malta. Manufacturing the best quality since 1989. 4-I

For Sale: Refurbished new Noble air seeder, 49 ft, Model 9000 with edge on shanks. Call for price. 406485-2540 or 974-2568. 4-I

Radio Shack in Malta: Your local Dish Network Authorized Retailer serving Phillips, Blaine and Valley Counties. Radio Shack can provide new hookups, equipment upgrades and general service work. Call 406-654-3639 for fast and reliable service.Open M-F 9am6pm and Saturday 9am-4pm. 4-I

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Fort Benton Realty

Commercial Property Approx 2500 sp ft building featuring a retail area, cold storage, plus partially fenced rear yard for security. Great Location in Central Business District. 1418 Main Fort Benton $50,000 Price Reduced!!Fort Benton Commercial Opportunity. Nice automotive/tire repair building on prime corner location in central business district. Off street parking and storage located on property. Call for more details. $125,000 Great spot for your new home!! Double car garage and 6 lots make this a great location to build or to position a new modular home! Located on the corner at 2120 Washington---one-half of the block! $85,000 Call Mark @ 788-9280 www.fbrealty.com 1426 Front Street, Fort Benton, MT (800)406-0946

For Sale: 2004 FlexiCoil 67 XL Sprayer 15,000 gal tank, 124 ft boom, auto rate hydraulic unfold tandem, wheels on tank, good condition. Call 406-263-4320. 4-I

Kirkwood Funeral Home 654-1132

Serving Northern MT from Malta


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THINGS TO KNOW: Apr. 17, Thurs.: EASTER EGG HUNT, 4:30pm, Rudyard Park, birth thru 4th grade, sponsored by New Beginnings Lutheran Church WOW Apr. 21, Mon.: FOOT CLINIC, at Havre’s Eagle Manor. Open to Public. Call Montana Foot Care Nurse, LLC to make an appointment (406) 781-7748. Apr. 23, Wed.: FOOT CLINIC at Sweet Grass Lodge, Chester, MT. Call Montanan Foot Care Nurse, LLC to make an appointment (406) 781-7748. Apr. 25 & 26, Fri. & Sat.: 42ND ANNUAL ANTIQUE AND COLLECTOR CAR SWAP MEET. MT Pioneer & Classic Club (Skunkwagon Chapter) Great Falls Expo Park. Open to Public, Friday, 12-6 PM, Saturday, 8-5 PM. Apr. 28, Mon.: FOOT CLINIC at Golden Eagle Plaza, Great Falls. Call Montana Foot Care Nurse, LLC to make an appointment (406) 781-7748. May. 8 &9, Thurs. & Fri.: FOOT CLINIC at Harlem Senior Center, Harlem, MT. Call Montana Foot Care Nurse, LLC to make an appointment (406) 7817748. Thurs. nights.: CRIBBAGE! 7pm. Come and play OR learn to play. Sweet Grass Lodge, Chester, Montana.

Let us know what’s happening in your area. It’s free and it gets read! Call 379-2377 or email kimmelkreations@yahoo.com.

For Sale: Older JD Tractors, As & Ds, as well as MM and misc. others. Make offer, sell or trade. Call 379-2270. 4-I

For Sale: 4.5 mo. old Yorkie puppies, one male, two female. All shots current, $600-$800. Awesome little pets! Call 406-265-4337. 4-II

Property for Sale: Diamond in the rough. Three city lots in prime Main Street location in Glasgow, MT. Consists of Office and 13 storage units. Has water and electricity. Priced to sell at $129,500. Call 406-301-1986. 4-I:6-II Donald J Smith, General Contractor LLC. Windows, screens, decks, doors, etc...Shop opening soon in Rudyard for glass and screen repair and small jobs. 406-945-4376 or 406-355-4420. 4-II:5-I For Sale: Available now are three residential building lots sold together or separately in the Sleeping Buffalo Acres of Saco. All lots have electricity nearby and a proposed rural water district is being formed. Lots 2426 Asking $18,000 to $20,000 (102KG6), 406-654-2273 missouririverrealty.com 4-I


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For Sale: 2011 Chevy Silverado 4x4 XT, 17000m, tow package, bedliner and topper. Blue books at $26,750 asking 24,500 show room condition call 406-654-1150 4-I

For Sale: RARE KNIVES Large Selection RUANA CASE XX ~ SCHRADE Hard - to - find USA-made Old Timer & Uncle Henry Knife/Scissor Sharpening Big Sky Images & Collectibles Havre Holiday Village Mall ~~~~~(406)399-6522~~~~~ 4-II:7-I

Income Opportunity: Turn $30.00 into $10s of thousands in 30 days. Send S.A.S.E. to PO Box 116, Flaxville, MT 59222. Will reveal details. 4-II The Closet: at 174 S. 1st Ave, Malta is a great place to shop for a great deal. We carry new and consignment items; new inventory added daily. Check out our scarves, jewelry, fashion leggings, Scentsy, and headbands. Tues-Fri 10am5:30pm, Sat. 10am-3pm. 4-I

National Auction & Sales Management, Your Full Service Regional Auction Provider. Public Consignment Auction 2nd Saturday Each Month w w w. n a t i o n a l a u c t i o n u s a . com. 406-259-4730 (Billings, MT) 4-II

Guitars of Montana: Band/ Orch.Rentals/Sales-Educator appr. instrumts. Am. Guild guitars. Bluegrass/Ukuleles. BOSS effects. Spec. orders welcome. We ship! #2 5th St. S., Great Falls, 453-4998/ Bing at 1-877-566-2224. www. guitarsofmontana.com 3-II:9-I


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Ramblings of a Conservative Cow Doctor by Krayton Kerns, DVM, State Rep. HD 58

Eat Up A horse’s love of grain and a dog’s love of chocolate demonstrate where the absence of self-restraint can have fatal consequences. My most challenging horse / grain overload case involved a group of brood mares discovered to have gained access to the open door of a grain bin full of freshly harvested wheat. The key to a successful recovery is the early administration of mineral oil, activated charcoal, and antiinflammatories, but our problem was deciding which of the twenty or so mares had actually eaten toxic levels of wheat. There was a chance the mares discovered the open door mere minutes prior to the owner spotting it, so the question became “do we feel lucky?” We didn’t. I picked up twenty gallons of mineral oil from the local veterinary supply store on my way to the wheat farm. We caught, twitched and snaked a nasogastric tube up the nose and down into the stomach of each mare and pumped in a gallon of oil mixed with charcoal. This was not as fun as it sounds. Other than passing black, oily, horse apples for a day or two, no mare ever got sick, so we will never know if their recovery was because of us or in spite of us. My chocolate eating dog is a horse of a different color. It was the Christmas season when the owner brought her little Cocker Spaniel to our clinic after discovering the dog had polished off four pounds of homemade fudge. The dog was vomiting, convulsing and its heart was hammering along at over 250 beats per minute. Looking back over 30 years of practice, this little dog still owns the number one slot as the sickest creature admitted to the clinic who eventually recovered enough to exit the front

door. Every patient scoring higher on the sick-dog scale, left the hospital via the back door—a euphemism for assuming room temperature which is a euphemism meaning the dog died. This brings me to my point. There is a third species continuously poisoned by this same fatal absence of self-restraint, but rather than wheat and chocolate, their addiction is dollars. Politicians have purposely built their massive empire around money; its confiscation and redistribution. As long as the ruling class steals from the few to give to the many, the masses worship them as champions of the poor. The poverty class plays along never realizing government programs are purposely planned not to help them out of the economic gutter, but to keep them there. For the ruling class to be a hero they need a victim and trinkets such as extended unemployment, food stamps, student loans and Obamacare produces a permanent supply of the downtrodden. I never will understand why free Americans chose to be played as the fool, but they always have and maybe always will. This subject grabs my attention this week because recent reports reveal record revenues filled the US Treasury

Farm Equipment Auction Online: at www. To r g e r s o n A u c t i o n s . c o m Bidding for this auction opens April 29, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. Central/8:00 a.m. Mountain Time. 4-II For Sale: 2009 Polaris 400 Sportsman ATV. 3,900 mi. Call Larry at Red's (406) 265-9595. 4-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~~~~~ 4-II:7-I

during the first five months of fiscal 2014. In the face of an administration attempting to enslave our economy in a socialist quagmire, this is testament to the power of capitalism, free-markets and limited government. Even when the ruling class tries to choke freedom, liberty ultimately prevails. ollecting 1.1 trillion dollars surpasses the previous record of 1.07 trillion set in the first five months of fiscal 2007. Reflexively this sounds good, but it could be bad and here is why. Unlimited dollars in the hands of a politician is as dangerous as grain bins full of wheat to a horse and bowls of fudge to a dog—the ruling class will spend until you die. Even worse, the euphoria of giving away free stuff is so addctive, elected officials will not stop when they run out of money. In the face of these record revenues during these five months, Congress added .377 trillion to the national debt. In 2007 our national debt was 9 trillion dollars while today it is passing through 16.7 trillion on its way to infinity. Congress does not have a revenue problem, they have a spending problem and it will continue until voters lock the granary door or pick up the bowl of fudge. Every candidate promising freestuff under the income inequality banner must be defeated.


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For Sale: Sweet Pro Premium feed supplements (profit block). Advantages are no molasses & all minerals are chelated. No extra pallets or tubs or extra deposits on tubs. We can help. Available by the tub or truckload and can be delivered. Call 406-654-1989, 406-6544693, 406-301-2731. 4-II For Sale: RADIO FLYER bouncy horse, excellent condition, perfect for children ages 2-6 and up to 60 lbs., Already assembled, so bring a pickup to haul, $100. 406-265-4329. 4-I Flea Market & Auction: 2nd Saturday each month, Have your garage sale at our place. I-90 Antique Mall, Auction House & Open Air Flea Market. 6400 South Frontage Rd. Billings, MT www.I-90Antiquemall. com 406-652-5202. 4-I


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Money Talks

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

All AbouT IRAS

An individual retirement arrangement (IRA) is a personal retirement savings plan that offers specific tax benefits. In fact, IRAs are one of the most powerful retirement savings tools available to you. Even if you’re contributing to a 401(k) or other plan at work, you should also consider investing in an IRA. What types of IRAs are available? There are two major types of IRAs: traditional IRAs and Roth IRAs. Both allow you to make annual contributions of up to $5,500 in 2014 (unchanged from 2013). Generally, you must have at least as much taxable compensation as the amount of your IRA contribution. But if you are married filing jointly, your spouse can also contribute to an IRA, even if he or she does not have taxable compensation. The law also allows taxpayers age 50 and older to make additional “catch-up” contributions. These folks can put up to $6,500 in their IRAs in 2014 (unchanged from 2013). Both traditional and Roth IRAs feature tax-sheltered growth of earnings. And both give you a wide range of investment choices. However, there are important differences between these two types of IRAs. You must understand these differences before you can choose the type of IRA that’s best for you. Traditional IRAs Practically anyone can open and contribute to a traditional IRA. The only requirements are that you must have taxable compensation and be under age 70½. You can contribute the maximum allowed each year as long as your taxable compensation for the year is at least that amount. If your taxable compensation for the year is below the maximum contribution allowed, you can contribute only up to the amount you earned. Your contributions to a traditional IRA may be tax deductible on your federal income tax return. This is important because tax-deductible (pretax) contributions lower your taxable income for the year, saving you money in taxes. If neither you nor your spouse is covered by a 401(k) or other employer-sponsored plan, you can generally deduct the full amount of your annual contribution. If one of you is covered by such a plan, your ability to deduct your contributions depends on your annual income (modified adjusted gross income, or MAGI) and your income tax filing status. You may qualify for a full deduction, a partial deduction, or no deduction at all. What happens when you start taking money from your traditional IRA? Any portion of a distribution that represents deductible contributions is subject to income tax because those contributions were not taxed when you made them. Any portion that represents investment earnings is also subject to income tax because those earnings were not previously taxed either. Only the portion that represents nondeductible, after-tax contributions (if any) is not subject to income tax. In addition to income tax, you may have to pay a 10% early withdrawal penalty if you’re under age 59½, unless you meet one of the exceptions. Traditional IRAs--Tax Year 2014 Individuals Covered by an Employer Plan Filing status

Deduction is limited if No deduction if MAGI MAGI between: over:

Single/Head of household

$60,000 - $70,000

$70,000

Married joint*

$96,000 - $116,000

$116,000

Married separate

$0 - $10,000

$10,000

* If you’re not covered by an employer plan, but your spouse is, your deduction is limited if your MAGI is $181,000 to $191,000, and eliminated if your MAGI exceeds $191,000. If you wish to defer taxes, you can leave your funds in the traditional IRA, but only until April 1 of the year following the year you reach age 70½. That’s when you have to take your first required minimum distribution from the IRA. After that, you must take a distribution by the end of every calendar year until your funds are exhausted or you die. The annual distribution amounts are based on a standard

life expectancy table. You can always withdraw more than you’re required to in any year. However, if you withdraw less, you’ll be hit with a 50% penalty on the difference between the required minimum and the amount you actually withdrew. Roth IRAs Not everyone can set up a Roth IRA. Even if you can, you may not qualify to take full advantage of it. The first requirement is that you must have taxable compensation. If your taxable compensation is at least $5,500 in 2014 (unchanged from 2013), you may be able to contribute the full amount. But it gets more complicated. Your ability to contribute to a Roth IRA in any year depends on your MAGI and your income tax filing status. Your allowable contribution may be less than the maximum possible, or nothing at all. Tax Year 2013 Filing status

Contribution is limited No contribution if if MAGI between: MAGI over:

Single/Head of household

$114,000 - $129,000

$129,000

Married joint

$181,000 - $191,000

$191,000

Married separate

$0 - $10,000

$10,000

Your contributions to a Roth IRA are not tax deductible. You can invest only after-tax dollars in a Roth IRA. The good news is that, if you meet certain conditions, your withdrawals from a Roth IRA will be completely free from federal income tax, including both contributions and investment earnings. To be eligible for these qualifying distributions, you must meet a five-year holding period requirement. In addition, one of the following must apply: • You have reached age 59½ by the time of the withdrawal • The withdrawal is made because of disability • The withdrawal is made to pay first-time homebuyer expenses ($10,000 lifetime limit from all IRAs) • The withdrawal is made by your beneficiary or estate after your death Qualified distributions will also avoid the 10% early withdrawal penalty. This ability to withdraw your funds with no taxes or penalty is a key strength of the Roth IRA. And remember, even nonqualified distributions will be taxed (and possibly penalized) only on the investment earnings portion of the distribution, and then only to the extent that your distribution exceeds the total amount of all contributions that you have made. Another advantage of the Roth IRA is that there are no required distributions after age 70½ or at any time during your life. You can put off taking distributions until you really need the income. Or, you can leave the entire balance to your beneficiary without ever taking a single distribution. Also, as long as you have taxable compensation and qualify, you can keep contributing to a Roth IRA after age 70½. Choose the right IRA for you Assuming you qualify to use both, which type of IRA is best for you? Sometimes the choice is easy. The Roth IRA will probably be a more effective tool if you don’t qualify for tax-deductible contributions to a traditional IRA. However, if you can deduct your traditional IRA contributions, the choice is more difficult. Most professionals believe that a Roth IRA will still give you more bang for your dollars in the long run, but it depends on your personal goals and circumstances. The Roth IRA may very well make more sense if you want to minimize taxes during retirement and preserve assets for your beneficiaries. But a traditional deductible IRA may be a better tool if you want to lower your yearly tax bill while you’re still working (and probably in a higher tax bracket than you’ll be in after you retire). A financial professional or tax advisor can help you pick the right type of IRA for you. Note: You can have both a traditional IRA and a Roth IRA, but your total annual contribution to all of the IRAs that you own cannot be more than $5,500 in 2014 ($6,500 if you’re age 50 or older).

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.

For Sale: Hunting rifles & Coon Hounds. Blue Tic Lion hunters 2 Males intact. 1 - 7mm Mag Ruger. 1-300 H-H Mag Remington Pre 64. Can send pictures. Phone: 406-217-5041. 4-II

Real Estate: Check out this weeks ad on page 3 to see our latest listings. You can also see up to date information at fbrealty.com or stop by our office Fort Benton Realty, 1426 Front Street, Fort Benton, MT (800)406-0946. 4-II

Swap Meet: Montana Pioneer & Classic Club (Skunkwagon Chapter) 42nd Annual Antique and Collector Car Swap Meet, Great Falls Expo Park. Open to Public, Friday, April 25, 12-6pm, Saturday, April 26, 8-5pm. 4-II


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Need a Paint Job? Have Dents? 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. 4-II

Coin Collectors: Rare, Carson City Morgan Silver Dollars!! Attention Fishermen: Great, proven, locally-made Trout Flies! See Big Sky Images & Collectibles, Holiday Village Mall, Havre 406-399-6522. 4-II


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Hickel Water Well Drilling: Free Estimates, Wells Drilled & Cleaned, Pump Sales & Service. Call 406-383-4363 (h) or 390-6254 (c). 4-II

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For Sale: 1987 Arctic Cat 440 Wanted: 4 rims for Chevy Jag. 1128 miles Excellent shape. Motorhome, 1 ton, 8 Asking $1200. Call 406-525- hole. 406-301-2532. 4-II 3311 or 406-697-0754. 4-II


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WRONG ADDRESS A Colorado couple decided to go to Florida to thaw out during a particularly icy winter. They planned to stay at the same hotel where they spent their honeymoon 20 years earlier. Because of hectic schedules, it was difficult to coordinate their travel schedules. So, the husband left Colorado and flew to Florida on Thursday, with his wife flying down the following day. The husband checked into the hotel. There was a computer in his room, so he decided to send an email to his wife. However, he accidentally left out one letter in her email address, and without realizing his error, sent the e-mail. Meanwhile, somewhere in Houston, a widow had just returned home from her husband’s funeral. He was a Baptist minister who was called home to glory following a heart attack. The widow decided to check her e-mail expecting messages from relatives and friends. After reading the first message, she screamed and fainted. The widow’s son rushed into the room, found his mother on the floor, and saw the computer screen which read: To: My Loving Wife Subject: I’ve Arrived Date: March 21, 2014 I know you’re surprised to hear from me. They have computers here now and you are allowed to send emails to your loved ones. I’ve just arrived and have been checked in. I’ve seen that everything has been prepared for your arrival tomorrow. Looking forward to seeing you then! Hope your journey is as uneventful as mine was. P. S. SURE IS FREAKING HOT DOWN HERE!


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Come in and shop: FlatScreen TVs, 14" to 50", $25 to $400 -- Barrel Saddles -Amplifiers & Big Speakers -- Leon's Buy & Sell, First St. W., Havre, Montana. 4-II


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The Glass Shop in Malta has Multi-Fuel Stoves for sale. They burn wheat, barley, wood pellets, shelled corn and other biomass fuels. Call 406-654-1720 or 406-654-2784 evenings. 4-I

Colorado Blue Spruce: 8ft 10ft landscaping trees, balled & burlapped. Excellent quality. $150-$180. Makes a good shelter belt or privacy barrier. Kalispell area. 406-257-0977. 4-I:5-II


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For Sale: 1978 Dodge cargo/ utility/camper/handicap van. Has small fridge & table. 318 motor, auto transmission, 41,850 original miles. Asking $1500. Call 406-5253311 or 406-697-0754 4-II

Need Farm & Ranch Listings: List with an experienced, discreet, ethical Land Broker. Montana Land & RE Investments, Inc. 406-755-0711, email mtinvest@centurytel.net 4-I

Hay Consignment Auction! Friday, April 25th 12 noon. 5300 10th Avenue South, Great Falls, Near KOA. Broadcast Live Online!!! Call WHB Video Auctions for more info 406-6351995 or visit us online www. whbvideoauctions.com 4-II

Now Hiring! Various positions. Good benefits, NO nights, NO weekends, & NO holidays. Northern Montana’s oldest company! Northern Montana Textile Services, 34 First St., Havre, MT. (406) 265-2234. 4-I

For Sale: 2008 Honda Motorcycle VT750C2. 8500 miles. Solo Mustang seat, Bighorn handlebars, Vance & Hines shorty exhaust. $5000. Call 406-525-3311 or 406-697-0754. 4-II

Position Available: Part-time Barista needed for fast paced business. The right applicant must be a punctual team player with great customer service skills, communication skills, and multi-tasking skills. Apply in person at Coffee Hound, 4 1st Street, Havre. 4-II House Cleaning: Merry Mops Cleaning, Will clean, shampoo, do window, paint and etc. Call Vicki at 406-379-2586 TODAY to schedule! 4-II For Sale: 2011 Chevrolet Silverado LT. Very nice! Only 16,874 mi, cloth, 4x4, 4-dr, auto, PS, PW, PL, Cruise, CD, XM, Flex Fuel, OnStar. Must see, excellent condition! $32,500. American Garage, 406-357-4201 4-II


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For Sale: 2010 Chevy Malibu LTZ, Bose Stereo, Leather interior, moonroof, spoiler, grey metallic in color, stored indoors 24,000 mi. Call 406263-4320 or lv msg. 4-I

For Sale: 2012 Puma travel trailer. 31 ft. Double slides. Outdoor camp kitchen. Rocky Mtn winter pkg. Lots of extras. Very clean! Asking $23,000. Call 406-390-0431. 4-I

Pawn Broker: We carry 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 The Swap Shop, 121 Anaconda Street, Wolf Point, Mt. 406-653-1410. 4-I For Sale: Pool Table, Pro size, near perfect shape, incl felt. 7 sticks, $700. You load. Elect "Lowrey" Organ w/ books. You load. Amp w\15" spkr, Sunn Concert bass amp L115RH $200. 406-357-3412 tilldirt@itstriangle.com 4-I

Paying Cash for scrap Gold jewelry, Silver coins, and Sterling flatware. Havre Coin Shop & More 406390-1761 or 390-1055. 4-II

For Sale: 2006 Ford F-250 4x4 w/Hydra Bed. Reg price: $17,995, Spring Special: $16,995! Duane Sparks Chevrolet (406) 535-3455. 4-II


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For Sale: '91 Mitsubishi Montero RS 4x4, rebuilt engine, looks and runs good. '53 Chevy 1/2T p/u, 3 on the tree, short bed, complete. '51 Studebaker 2-door coupe, V8, auto, lots of new parts go w/ car. Make offer. Call 379-2270. 4-II

UNITED COUNTRY –

SHOBE AUCTION & REALTY Lewistown, Montana

Spring 2014 Auction cALEnDAr SATURDAY, MAY 3RD

SATURDAY, MAY 31ST

10:00 a.m. - Yogo Inn - Lewistown

10:00 a.m. - Fairgrounds - Lewistown

Gold & Silver Coin Collection, Toys & Western Books Auction

Jay Contway and Friends Western Art & Memorabilia Auction • 20 Jay Contway Bronzes • 10 Will James Original Sketches • Original Artwork by leading Western artists • 19 Richard Throssel photos • Saddles, Western Gear, Western Memoralbilia & Books • Winchester, Sharps & Browning Firearms • Indian Artifacts

Featuring items from... Tony Wheeler Book Collection, Power Arne Paulsrud Toy Collection, Belt Large Private Coin Collection

• 60+ U.S. & International Gold Coins • 325+ Silver Coins SATURDAY, MAY 10TH

10:00 a.m. - Fairgrounds - Lewistown

Spring Antique Auction Featuring items from... Aaron Bliss RW Collection, Conrad George & Janet Macaulay, Grass Range Connie Kaufman, Moccasin Jim & Marlis Barnum Book Collection Paul & Debbie Painter, Harlowton

WEDNESDAY, MAY 14TH

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25TH 5:00 p.m. - Moore

Amish Beacon Star Auction • Hand-made Amish furniture • Amish made quilts • Baked Goods

1:00 p.m. - 2970 Seright Rd - Moore

Will Troyer Moving Auction • Tools, Stock Trailer & Sawmill • Loader & Trencher • Horse Drawn Equipment • Tillage Hay & LivestockEquipment • 12’x15’ Log Cabin • Household including furniture

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 4-I

For Sale: VA 875 4WD 350 Horsepower Cummins. Good Tractor, Recent work done. $.22,500. Call Tony, 406-350-0967. 4-I

Red & Black Simmental & Sim/Angus

Bull Sale

May 1 • Glasgow Stockyards •1:00 p.m.

Lunch at Noon

35 Head Solid Black • 35 Head Solid Red 50 Head Black 15 Head Solid Red Composite

yeARlINg BullS Thick – Meaty – Moderate Framed – Easy Calving A. I. Sires Represented Black Angus – Bismarck, Free Spirit & Rito Revenue Red Angus – Evolution, Pie Gridmaster & Solitaire Black Simmental – Olie, Porterhouse & Shear Force Red Simmental – Beef Maker, Forceful & Fusion This herd has produced the top rate-of-gain steer 5 of the last 6 years at the NE Montana Fair and 7 of the 10 steers were Steer of Merit winners.

“Breeding Simmentals since 1969”

Office 406-538-5125

Jayson 406-366-5125 • Kyle 406-366-0472

www.ShobeAuction.com

Don Nelson

Nelson Ranch

(406) 367-5261 • cell 263-5261 188 Nelson Rd. • Glasgow, MT 59230

Floyd Nelson, Jr.

(406) 228-2024 • cell 263-5251 PO Box 254 • Glasgow, MT 59230


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Help Wanted: Looking for diesel technicians w/min. 2 yrs exp. and understand the importance of doing a job correctly & having satisfied customers. Great environment with great people. Email resume nanci.schoenfelder@ borderplains.com or call Nanci or Joe today. Border Plains Equip. GLASGOW, MT, 800345-6042 or 406-228-9341. 4-I Bulls For Sale: 2 Year old Red Angus Bulls. Bulls sell as commercial modest birth and weaning weights. Fertility tested. From bloodlines by Westphals, Fritz & Buffalo Creek. Phone 406-737-4268. 4-I:5-II Traeger: Come check out our Traeger wood pellet grills selling at our Ezzie's locations in Havre 265-7636, Harlem 353-2411, Malta 654-2331 and Glasgow 228-2713. 4-I 3 Sisters at 101 S. 1st St. E. in Malta has something for everyone. Now selling doTerra oils, candy jars for any occasion, and fresh cut organic soaps. Come shop the little store on the corner with a big selection! 406-654-2529. 4-I:6-II Wanted: Summer Pasture, 4080 pr, prefer 50 mi. radius from Havre, will consider farther; '68 Camaro project car, no engine required; front fenders for '57 Chevy 1/2 ton pickup. For Sale: '57 Chevy 1/2 ton pickup 283, 4-speed, nice project $4,000. Call 395-4841. 4-II Help Wanted: The Blaine County Fair Board is accepting applications for summer employment at the fairgrounds. Interested individuals can pick up job description and application at Blaine County Clerk and Recorder Office at the Courthouse. Must be 18 yrs of age. For more information, 406262-3185 or blainecountyfair@ gmail.com. 4-II

Date Wed. Apr. 16 1pm

Sale info. MILK RIVER ANGUS at Bear Paw Livestock Chinook, MT Clayton Hofeldt 406-945-0850

Thu. NELSON RANCH May 1 RED/BLK SIMMENTAL,SIMM-ANGUS at Glasgow Stockyards Glasgow, MT Floyd 406-228-2024 or Don 406-367-5251 Private Treaty

BEERY’S LAND & LIVESTOCK at the ranch, Vida, MT Matt Beery 406-773-5721 Eddy Berry 406-773-5710

Private BIM & JANAS STRAUSER RED ANGUS Treaty 66 Ranch Havre, MT 406-394-3519 www.66ranch.com Private BAR STAR CATTLE Treaty Polled/Horned Hereford Bulls Loma, MT Chad Murnin 406-399-7811 or 739-4303 wwwfacebook.com/barstarcattle Private Treaty

Date Sale info. Mar. 2015 DUNCAN RANCH CO. Joplin, MT. Bruce Duncan 406-292-3503 btduncan@itstriangle.com Mar. 2015 MASTER ANGUS at Bear Paw Livestock Chinook, MT 406-357-2265 or 680-7483 www.masterangus.com Mar. 2015

49TH PARALLEL BLACK ANGUS Mankota Stockmen’s Weigh Co. Makota, Sask., CAN 306-625-3676. Sale Day = 306-478-2229 Sale broadcast on DVAuction.com

Wed. 2015 NISSEN ANGUS at Bear Paw Livestock Chinook, MT Lunch at Noon 406-357-3534 or 357-2643 www.nissenangus.com Apr. 2015 BOWLES J5 REDS at Glasgow Stockyards Glasgow, MT 406-357-3125 or 539-3100 or 539-2102 www.facebook.com/BowlesJ5Reds

FUNK ANGUS RANCH Apr. 2015 R. MATH FARMS ANGUS SALE at the Ranch, 18 mi. NE of Frazer, MT At the ranch, Whitewater MT. yearling Angus Bulls for use on cows or heifers 75 bulls, 100 commercial cow/calf prs. Gary & Roxann Funk 406-392-5777 Bob Math 406-674-5562 Private GUNDERSON HEREFORDS Apr. 2015 FLYING K RANCH BULL SALE Treaty 2 Year old Hereford Bulls Swift Current, SK CANADA. at the Ranch, Rudyard, MT 80 Yearling Red Angus Bulls. Dale Gunderson 406-355-4212 www.flyingkranch.ca to view bull videos & catalog. Brian/Christine Hanel, Private J-E RANCH Polled/Horned Herefords (306)773-6313 Treaty Plentywood, MT Arvid Eggen 406-895-2657 Apr. 2015 EAYRS ANGUS or Jay-De Eggen 406-671-7149 at Glasgow Stockyards jbare@nemont.net Glasgow, MT Monte 406-486-5684, or Dec. 2014 SHIPWHEEL CATTLE Dorothy 406-367-5327 Chinook, MT 406-357-2492 Apr. 2015 NORTHERN PREMIER ANGUS www.ShipwheelCattle.com at Bear Paw Livestock Chinook, MT Feb. 2015 WITTKOPP ANGUS 406-262-2347 Glasgow, MT Home 406-485-3552, Cell 974-3552 Apr. 2015 SANDY BAR RANCH 36th Annual Short Grass Bull and Female Sale Feb. 2015 BULLS OF THE BIG SKY 110 north of Malta, MT Billings, MT. Simmental, Angus and SimAngus 306-588-2545 www.bullsofthebigsky.com SandyBarRanch.com Mar. 2015 CLEAR CREEK ANGUS Chinook, MT. Teddy & Sara Crowley 406-395-4962 www.clearcreekangus.com

Wanted: Freezer, Chest or Upright style but Chest preferred. Please call Maggie at Big Flat Grocery, Turner, MT, 406-379-2225. 4-I

Butchering All Classes of Meat. Windy Ridge Meats, Now Open for the season! Call for appointment. Bill Powell 406-357-3366. 4-I:5-II

We Buy Antiques! One item or a household, give us a call! Virgelle Mercantile, 1-800426-2926 or 378-3110. 4-II

For Sale: 2009 Chevy LT 4x4, Crew Cab, cloth seats. Call for a great buy! Duane Sparks Chevrolet (406) 535-3455. 4-I


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For Sale: NEW Commercial Building. Prime business location! 160 6th Ave. W., Havre, MT. 3,600 sq ft bldg on 98x153 lot w/drive-thru access avail. Incl add'l new heated garage. Nick Pyrak, Flynn Realty 406390-2867 or 265-7845. 4-I Wanted: Summer pasture for 50 to 300 pairs. Please call Glenna 406-390-4821 or Mickey 406-654-7169. 4-I Position Opening: Turner Public Schools, P/T Technology Coordinator: maintain all tech. in district. Contracted position, can work remotely or onsite. Job begins June 1, 2014. Prefer indl. w/ exp networking & school tech. Salary DOE. Contact: Supt Chvilicek 406-379-2315 or Dist Clerk Cowan 379-2205, PO Box 40, Turner, MT 59542. 4-II

A self-directed program puts the individual receiving the care in charge, allowing you to arrange and direct your own services and supports. You select, train and manage your caregiver. We take care of the program paperwork, so you can take care of...you! Services www.ConsumerDirectMT.com ServicesAvailable AvailableStatewide Statewide • Havre Office: 406-265-2393 • www.ConsumerDirectMT.com


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The Glass Shop in Malta 118 S. 1st St. W. has vinyl replacement windows. Many styles and custom built to your exact size. Call 406-654-1720 or 654-2784 evenings. 4-I

For Sale: Premier Care walk-in shower/tub with 3 stage air jet system and accessories. Only 3 years old and in excellent condition. For more information, call 406-945-1677. 4-I


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For Sale: Well cared for 2,240+/- sq.ft. 2+ bedroom home located on a quiet street. Includes a spacious interior, attached garage, detached & heated garage/workshop with alley access and a yard sprinkler system. Movein ready! Asking $150,000 (125GV6) 406-654-2273 missouririverrealty.com 4-II


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For Sale: Spacious older Saco commercial building that includes a built-in air compressor, paint booth and office space. Overhead natural gas space heaters & a lot large enough for off street parking or storage. Renters in place. Asking $59,900 (111KG6) 406-654-2273 missouririverrealty.com 4-I Wanted: Sewing Machines! Our service dept is taking appointments for servicing. Every machine needs to be serviced, whether Singer or a Bernina! Call & set your appt today. Let's help your machine sew at its best! Bearly Square Quilting 406-265-4424 4-I


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For Sale: 1400 NH combine, 960 19' straight cut header, 960 13ft pickup header w/ 12' Victory pick-up. All nice shape, $2,500; JD 230 30' header w/ stainless steel bottom, batt real, good one $3,500; hay conditioner for 4000 or 5000 IH swather $250. 406353-2367. Harlem. 3-I:4-II

For Sale: '78 El Dorado. Good shape, runs well, $1,000 OBO; '68 Cadillac 4 dr Sedan DeVille, $1,000 OBO. '68 Ford F-150 4 speed 4x4, $995 OBO. '87 Lincoln 6dr. limo, some body damage, 75k mi, $3,500 OBO. Call 406-654-7794. 4-I For Sale: Butcher hogs available year-round. Call 406895-2226 or 895-7019. 2-I:7-II For Sale: Sweet Pro Premium feed supplements (profit block) advantages are no molasses & all minerals are chelated. No extra pallets or tubs or extra deposits on tubs. We can help. Available by the tub or truckload and can be delivered. Call 406-654-1989, 406-6544693, 406-301-2731. 3-II:5-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 4-I Position Opening: Turner Public Schools head cook position full time, Mon-Thur. Requires 2 wks. training in current school term. Begin 2014-15 term. Req. ability to prepare and serve food, record keeping, meet School Food guidelines. Open until filled. For Dist. App. and job description contact: Supt. R. Chvilicek-379-2315 / Dist.Clerk C. Cowan-379-2205. 3-II:5-II


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2011 Chevrolet Silverado LT ice! Very N

32,500

$

LLC

(406) 357-4201 “Your Dealer Alternative” 40440 US Highway 2 East - Chinook, MT

Only 16,874 Miles, Steel Green Exterior, Black Interior. Cloth, 4WD, 4 Door, Automatic, PS, PW, PL, Cruise, CD, XM, Flex Fuel, On-Star. This is a must-see vehicle in excellent condition!

www.americangarage.co

For Sale: Remodeled 3 bedroom home with new insulated siding, 2014-4-2 Tricias Trader Biz Card.indd 1 a high efficiency gas forced air furnace, carpet and paint. Also included is a detached garage, large yard and located in a nice neighborhood near the high school! Asking $43,000 (132GE6) 406-654-2273 missouririverrealty.com 4-I

For Sale: Two newly constructed Malta 3 bdrm 2 bath homes! One level living with an attached 2 car garage, vaulted ceilings, oversized walk-in shower and an open floor plan. Call us to tour these homes! Each asking $173,000 (128MR & 129MR6) 406-654-2273 missouririverrealty.com 4-I

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