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SIDNEY HERALD www.5idneyherald.com Classifieds SUNDAY, MARCH 10 2019 IO 406-433-2403 Fax: 406-4337802 Categories Automobiles Garage Sales Pets Boats 8. RVs Giveaways Public Notice Business Help Wanted Real Estate Opportunities Lost Found Rentals Farm 8: Ranch Miscellaneous Services For Sale Personals Wanted Deadlines Mondays and Thursdays at l2 p.m. Real Estate- Northwest Mon- tana Company owned. Small and large acre parcels. Private. Trees and meadows. National Forest boundaries. Tungsten- holdingscom (406) 293-3714 This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspa- per are available'on an equal oppor- tunity basis. To report discrimination in housing Montana Fair Housing toll-free at 1-800-929-2611 or HUD at toll-free 1-600-017-7353 FOR RENT 1 bdrm. Apt. no smoking or pets 405-480-5551 Newer studio apartment for rent. Washer Dryer included. Reasonable rates. Call 406-480-5632I 2 Bedroom Duplex for rent. No pets. $700 a month. Call 406-480-1913 New Single Level Homes for Rent 2 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom Attached Garage Set up for Handicap No Large Pets, No Smoking Deposit Lease $1750.00 month 406-489—1 880 FOR SALE: ROUND Bales of Grass Hay, (701) 269-3413. Hay for Sale ' Delivery Avalible 701-590—2308 Hay for sale Big rounds. Grass-alfalfa Fairview MT area Call 406 3652361 Authentic Timber Framed Barns. Residential and Com- mercial Timber Packages. Full Service Desi n - Build Since 1990, (40 ) 581—3014 brett@bitterrootgroup.com, www.0itterroottimberframes.~ com If you are reading this ad, you can see that classified advertis- ing works! Reach over 400,000 readers in Montana and be- yond to promote your product, service, event and business. To get results, contact this news- paper, or the Montana News- paper Association at (406) 443-2850 or email stacy@mt- newspaperscom or mem- ber@mtnewspapers.com. 25 words for the small investment of $149 Mineral Rights for Sale: McKenzie County ND 146N SSW at the 5th PM section 34 Ranch Creek Field producing oil well; Akovenko F 24-34-2H 10.66 acres; interest 0.00156250 Also Mineral Rights in Town- ship 155 North, Range 104 West; Section 3: lots 1,2, E2NE (1.84 net mineral acres) Sec- tion 12:N2,SW (12.00 net min- eral Acres) If interested please contact Kelly Wilkinson for Jerry Larsen at 406-488-232 Charolais Bulls, guaranteed quiet disposition, 8001b.+ weaning weight, industry leadin carcass traits, can be use on first calf heifers. Brevig Charofip, Lewlstown, 406-538-5579. . PRIVATE TREATY HEREFORD BULLS. MC brand MCMURRY CATTLE BILLING. WEBSITE: mcmur cattle.com REASON LY PRICED. PROVEN BALANCED TRAIT GENETICS. Delivery available. HP 406 2541247. CELL. (4 6) 97 4040. Email mcmur cattle@ mail com Buster is a sweet, fun loving black kitten approximately - 4 months oldee likes to run and play. He has been sharing a cage With his buddy; but he re- ally wants his own reat home! For more info; p ease call Camp a406- 2346. ' female app Happy is a longer haired or- ange/white male kitten approx. months old. He has a fun personality and would like a home. To adopt him; call Camp Cat ph#406—480 6 If you want a sweet, black brown tiger MollyMoonbeam is your kitty! The tip of her tail is white and she is spayed. Sweet is how you would de- scribe her disposition. To adopt her call Camp Cat at 406—480-2346. Kokomo is a sweet gray tiger rox. 4 5 months old. She would prefer to get out of a cage cause she loves to play! To adopt her call Camp Cat 406-480-2346. Winnie is a longer haired black/brown tiger she is ap- proximately 10 months old. She has been neutered and is a very affectionate cat. She is very nine, a talker and really needs her own place because some of the other cats pick on her! To adopt her please call Campy Cat 4 —2346. 1 temp position: Ag. Equip. Oper, 04/15 to 12/31/19. Du- ties: operate farm equip to plant, cultiv, harv store grain; attach implements; tow harv. equip; oper self-pro- pelled combine; lube, repair machinery; drive grain trucks to elev/storage area. Must pass post-hire drug screen (at em- ployers expense). Min. mo exper. MBAT lift 60lbs. ob- tain CDL w/in 30-90 DOH. We offer $13.48/hr at 48 hrs/wk. 5% guar; transp. subsist. ex- penses to worksite pd. Hous- ing, tools, equip. prov. at no cost. Wage may incr w/verified exper. Bonuses at employer discretion. No min ed req. Jim Olson, Culbertson, MT. Apply at JS Sidney, 406-433-1204, job #10445309. GENERAL EQUIPMENT OPERATOR Westmoreland Savage Corpo- ration, a surface coal mining operation in Savage, MT, has an opening for 3 heavy equip‘ ment operators. Applicants must have verifiable working experience on at least two types of equipment, including scrapers, dozers, coal haulers, motor graders, loaders &/or water wagons. Assignments may include any or all of the listed equipment. Prior experi— ence in surface coal mining preferred; road construction/heavy earthwork projects desirable. Must have the ability physical skill in equipment operation, board- ing/deboardrng, performing pre-operational machine in- spections assisting in fuel- ing. Applicants must have the ability to communicate effectively interact with other production personnel to insure teamwork safe, efficient reduction operations. Co ‘pliance with all company, state federal rules regula- tions is a condition of employ- ment. Must be able to pass a pro-employment drug screenin . Position involves a variety 0 multi-shift rotations, which may include 8 hour shifts, 12 hour shifts, sched- uled Weekend work 8. work- weeks in excess of 40- hours. Must have the ability to work in environmental conditions in- cluded adverse, weather, dust noise. The wage benefits for this position will be estab- lished by the minin agreement between Westmore and Savage Corporation the International Union of Operating Engineers; Local Union No. 400 AFL—CIO. Please apply online at www.westm0reland.com careers). Equa Opportunity Employer/Protected Veteran/Disability I. Information policies Call us immediately if your ad contains an error. If you do, we will rerun it free of charge. We aim to please our customers. The Sidney Herald reserves the right to edit, reiect or cancel any advertisement. Changes in copy during the ad schedule constitutes a new ad and new charges. Errors and Omissions: Every effort is made to avoid errors. The Sidney Herold shall not be liable for any error in any advertisement caused by its own negligence only to the extent of republishing in the next regular issue the item in which the error occurred and in space that does not exceed Investigate, evaluate, negotiate, and settle property and liability claims as a Claims Field Repre- sentative with Mountain West Farm Bureau Insurance. Salary, benefits, vehicle. Position opening in Sidney; must live in or be willing to relocate to Sidney, MT, and obtain a WY adjuster license. College degree or commensurate expe- rience/education. Auto body and dwelling construction knowledge helpful. Apply at www.mwfbi.com. Madison County, Virginia City, MT is recruiting for a Full-time Planning Director. information can be located at www.madis- oncountymtgov .Contact Human Resources (406) 843-4201. tmahlstede@madisoncoun~ tymt.gov EOE/ Position Open Until Filled Sidney Country Club is looking for a Bar Supervisor, wage on experience, call for more information 406-4335423 HELP WANTED Temporary summer positions for students available at MSU-Eastern Agriculture Research Center (EARC). Full time, 40 hours a week. Mon-Fri 7 am—4 pm. 16 years of age and older are eligible. Applications are available at EARC, 1 mile N of Sidney on Hwy 200, 1501 N Central Ave., Sidney or contact EARC by calling 433-2208 or emailing Cherie.- gatzke@montana.edu Application deadline is May 1, 2019. MSU-Bozeman is an AA/ADA/EEONet Pref. Employer. Advanced Communications, 2—way radio sales and ser- vice, satellite phone paging. 1540 S. Central, Sidney, MT 406-433-1659 Bob Lee Master Electrician (405)433-2585 1205 9th Ave Sw Sidney, MT We do residential service calls, replace switches, outlets, breakers, fluorescent fixtures. Repair floor, table and antique lamps. We will pick up your lamps for repair in sidney at no charge. Check Cashing -Catering for all occasions -U-Haul, ATM inside. Mlllers' Corner 406-433-4041 Concrete Transformation We use a product that allows us to cover up existing con- crete, asphalt or other sur- faces. Giving our customers a different option than tearing out and replacing. It is a rub- ber, stone or epoxy flake over- lay that can be used in are or out! Call today! 406-488-1733 Doorbust'n Portables Septic Sen/ice, LLC Portable toilet rentals, septic pumping & installation, jetting frozen sewer lines, pumps, repairs replacement, snake jobs, cameraeiocate sewer lines, pipe burst sewer lines (eliminates digging up entire yard) Troubleshooting call 406-433—7586 Eggum Construction Inc. Quality concrete construction. Over 30 years experience. 2”d generation owned. Licensed & insured. f'Big or small, we pour them alt” 406-488-1732 Lulnstra Construction New constructions, remodels additions. Free estimates. Licensed and insured. Call 406-489-0733 Martini Siding Windows We cover your investments Alside Window Systems Call Toni Martini for a free estimate. Business: 406-488-2468 Cell: 406-480—1006 Mondok Family Clinic Clinic hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30 am. To 5 pm. Frida 8:30 am. To 12 pm. 04 S Ellery Ave., Fairview, MT For an appointment call 406-742-5261 that occupied by the item on its first publication. The Federal Fair Housing Act slates: Advertising for housing (including "for sale or rent") cannot state a preference for/or discriminate by age, ancestry, OOIOI', familial status, handicap (includes people with communicable diseases such as AIDS, so long as the disease does not put others in the building at risk), lawful source of income, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex or sexual orientation. Ads can say "no smoking" or "no pets" because those are not legally protected categories. Signs 01 Sidney 224 6‘“ St. SW 406-433- 2476 Signs, banners, vehicle letter- ing, vinyl letters, magnetics, hard hat decals, commercial, residential oilfield Tip Top Tree Service Tree and hedge trimming, tree and stamp removal, 60' Aerial lift. Licensed and insured. 25 years timber experience Free estimates 406-488-5555 Experience handy man want- ed for maintenance &.a vari- ety of tasks. 406-488-7005 00 00 20 Bid Advertisement NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS: Sea e r 3 WI e receive y the Richland County Board of Commissioners in the Com- missioners Office at 201 W. Main, Sidney, Montana, until Friday, March 29, 2019 at 2:00 PM for the construction of LIBRARY IMPROVEMENTS in Sidney, Montana. Ail bids will be publicly opened and read aloud at this time. STATE AND FEDERAL STATUTE COMPLIANCE: Each Bidder wrll comply with all fair labor practices and state statutes. ADA/EEO: Request accommo- dation or additional informa- tion from Ste hanle Vernasselt, Richland ounty Clerk & Recorder, 201 W. Main Street, Sidney MT 59270, 406-433- 1706 (phone), 406-433-3731 (fax), or sverhasselt@rich- land.org (e-mail) by Friday, March 22, 2019 at 2:00 PM. Alternative accessible formats of this notice are available upon request. BID SECURITY: Each bid will be accompanied by Bid Securi- ty in the amount of not less than TEN PERCENT (10%) of the total amount of the bid. PERFORMANCE LABOR MATERIAL BOND: Successful Bidders shall, upon signature of the contract, furnish an ap- proved Performance Bond, and Labor Material Payment Bond, each in the amount of ONE HUNDRED PERCENT 100%) of the contract. C NTRACT DOCUMENTS: Drawrngs and Specrircatrons, including Bidding Documents and Conditions of the Agree- ment, may be examined at the office of the Architect, SDI Ar- chitects Design, 909 Main Street, Miles City, MT 59301, 406 234 0777 (phone). A re- fundable deposit of $100 is re- quired for each plan set. PRE-BID WALK-THRU: A pre- brd walR-tfiru of the project will be conducted b the Architect on Thursday, arch 21. 2019 at 1:00 PM. While attendance is not mandatory, the lack of inspection of the conditions under which the Contract will I be performed will be a consid- eration in award of bids and re- view of sub-contractors. Walk through will be held in the basement of the library. WITHDRAWAL OF BIDS: No 1 er may wrt raw IS Bid for at least THIRTY (30) days after the scheduled time for re- ceipt of bids, except as noted in the Instructions to Bidders. RIGHT TO REJECT BIDS: The Owner reserves the right to re- ject any or all bids, to waive in— formalities, to evaluate the bids submitted and to accept the proposal which best serves the interests of the Owner. MNAXLP Publish March 10‘“, 17"l 24‘“ 2019 POLICY FOR LEGAL NOTICES The Sidney Herald will make every effort to make sure, there are no typing errors. However, it is the responsibility of the advertiser to make sure the ad is correct on its Ilrst run. ‘ II it is not, please call us and we will make the correction and re-run it , ONE time. It the correction has to run more than once, the advertiser 'will be billed accordingly. xmvsvom 'for low-income elderly/disabled 1 or 2 person family ‘ 406438-3721 or mTTi Montanaclassifieds.com Your online marketplace containing thousands of classified ads from Montana newspapers www.montanaclassifieds.com For your ad to appear in this paper and on the Web, contact: 3l0 2nd Ave. NE, Sidney, MT Phone: 406433—2403 Fax: 406-4337802 E-mail:classifieds@sidneyherald.com Web site: www.5idneyherald.com Donald L. Netzer Donald L. Netzer NETZER LAW NETZER LAW OFFICE, P.C. OFFICE, PC. Attorney for Plaintiffs Attorney for Personal MONTANA SEVENTH JUDI- Representative CIAL DISTRICT, RICHLAND MONTANA SEVENTH JUDI— COUNTY CIAL DISTRICT, RICHLAND Kathleen S. Powers, Carol A. COUNTY Canning and Douglas R- In the Matter of the Estate of Wilson, Thomas S. Lorenz, I -VS- Decease Fred Reimers a/k/a Fred H. CAUSE NO. DP-19-10 Reimers, Gwendolyn Reimers, NOT|CE T0 CREDITORS and all other persons, un- known, claiming or who might claim‘any right, title, estate, or interest in or lien or encum- brance in the mineral estate upon the real property de- scribed in the Complaint ad- verse to plaintiffs‘ ownership or any cloud upon plaintiffs' ti- tle thereto, whether such claim or possible claim be present or NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above— named estate. All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within four months after the date of the first publication of I contingent, this notice or said claims will Defendants be forever barred. Cause No. DV-19-16 Claims must be mailed to SUMMONSFDR PUBLICATION Marilynn K. Lorenz, return Hon. Katherine M. Brdegaray receipt requested, at c/o THE STATE OF MONTANA T0 Donald L. THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFEN- Netzer, Netzer Law Office, 1060 DANTS AND TO ALL OTHER South Central Ave., Ste. 2, Sid— PERSDNS UNKNOWN. GREET— ney, Montana 59270, or filed INGS: _ with the Clerk of the above- A lawsuit has been filed against named Court. you. Within 21 days after service of this summons on you or (42 days if you are the State of DATED this 4m day of Februa ,2019. Marilynn .Lorenz Personal Representative Montana, a state agency, or a MNAXLP Publish March 3'“, state officer or employee), you 10‘" 17th must servehon the plaintiff grit answertot e comp aint on ie with the above-entitled court, In the “gigzlgglgr Name or file a motion under Rule 12 of the Montana Rules of Civil Procedure. Do not include the day you were_served in your calculation of time. The answer DV_19_21 or motion must be servedon . . g _ the plainltift ofrf plaintiffs adag- Cause No" Deg" No" W 19 ney, if p ainti is represente . by an attorney, whose name Nome 0f 0” Name and address are l'sted above' This is notice that Petitioner Service is considered complete on the last date of publication. has aSked the 2'3"“ Court for if you fail to respond, judg— Chan , go of name from ment by default Will be entered Mario Stellios Marine against you for the relief de- . . manded in the complaint. toTlqugrt'IgaSrtifill'filnggfgfin You also must file your answer Mario Stellios Marino Your Name now Mario Stellias Marina Petitioner Trpr motion with the cgurt.h aggggzofll is action is brought ort e . ' .- ' ' . purpose of. quieting the mineral malggmgémlrlgofitygafi estate derived from Defendar- land Count Law Justice its, Fred Reimers a/k/a Fred H. Cgmen Reimers, Gwendolyn Reimers, and all who may claim under them in 1/2 of the 1/29 mineral Date: 02/20/2019 Janice Klempel estate in the following real Clerkso; 80m property Situated In Richland Deputy Cierk of Court County, Montana, particularly described as follows: I Township 23 North, Range 54 East M.P.M. Section 22: EV Reference Deed: A87-342. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court this 12th day of February, 2019. Janice Klempel MNAXLP Publish Februa 24‘", March3rd, 10‘“ 17t NOTICE OF ELECTION Savage Irrigation District A three-year term for Commis-O sioner of the Save e Irrigation District, Division 0.3 will ex- CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT pjreon Ma 7, 2019, Steve MNAXLP Fvgbfllaflt 24'", Maren — Pust is the ommissioner of 3 and 10“! Division 3 and has been nomi- ,nated for an additional term. Division 3 area includes all SID Donald L. Netzer lands along the south bound- NETZER LAW OFFICE, PC. Attorney for Personal ary lines of Sec.1;T.19N.. . Re resentative R.57E. and Section 6, T.19N., MO ANA SEVENTH R.58E., in Richland County, JUDICIAL DISTRICT, Montana. Ses. 1, in T.19.N., RICHLAND COUNTY R.57E.; Sec.'s 5, 6, 32, in 1 IN THE MATTER OF THE T.19N., R58E, Sec 31, in ESTATE OF T.20.N. R.58E, all in Richland LARRY SWENSON, County, Montana. Persons Deceased owning land within this Divi- . NOTICE TO CREDITORS sion 3 and residing in Richland County are eligible candidate- sand can be nominated by a petition Signed by at least five SID electors. The petition must be submitted to the SID Secre- tary at 2327 Lincoln Ave. SW in Sidney, MT by April 15, 2019. An election will be held in conjunction with the Savage CAUSE N0. DP-19—11 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned have been appointed Personal Representative of the above-named estate. All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their , claims within four months after SCIIOOI eteCtlon on Mal/7, the date of the first publication 2019. If no petitions are filed of for Savage Irrigation District by the deadline date of April 15, 2019, Steve Pust will be de- clared Commissioner by pro- ‘ cess of acclamation pursuant to 85-7-1702 (3) for a term of 3 years commencing June 3, 2019. James W. Brower, Secretary Savage lrragation District this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must be mailed to Wayne Swenson, return receipt requested, at c/o Donald L. Netzer, Netzer Law Office, 1060 South Central Avenue, Sidney, Montana 59270, or filed with the Clerk of the above-named Com MNAXLP Publlch March 10'“, DATEDthis 155g? of February, 17‘“ 24th Wayne Swenson Richland County Republican Personal Representative Central Committee County MNAXLP Publish February Coventlon is being held at the 24‘", March 3'” and 1010 MSU Extention Buildin , 1499 N. Central Ave., Marc 18‘“, . 2019 at 7:00pm. .9 Story- Paid for by the Richland Coun- ty Republican Central Commit- tee, reasurer Duane Mitchell, PO Box 1030, Sidney, MT 000211112th /.' ' 59270 . 310 MAW "-5 SHMY'MMW MNAXLP Pub1liastl:IMarch 10'“ 8t wwwMtdyhenIdcom