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BUILDING THE BUTTE LINE (Number two in a series of six) STRINGING pipe along the ditch prepared by the ditching ma- chine is accomplished by huge trailer trucks which bring the pipe from terminal pipe yards in the area to the construction site. The pipe is lifted from the truck by means of a side boom "cat," a trac- tor that has a boom on one side and counter balance weights on the other. The pipe is carefully laid end to end along the right side of the ditch to await the welding i crews which will soon appear on the scene. This is the second of a series of major operations necessary in building the Butte Pipe Line from near Poplar, Mont., to Fort Lara- mie and Guernsey, Wyo., a distance of approximately 450 miles. The line ranges in size from 10 inches to 16 inches in diameter. It is be- ing built by the Butte Pipe Line Company to transport oil from Eastern Montana fields to the Platte and Service Pipe Lines # "+'' )'' I" " .ADY BULOVA BUY NOW! . j,,,ols. Self-winding, unbreaUble mainspring, USE OUR ,hock rnJsnt, anti-magnetic, LAYi charm and color of natural gold $595O PLAN ,1o_o reserves any Bulova until Christmas! BULOVA "23" 59 m (also available wit# charcoJd dial) which will deliver the oil to var- ious refining centers. Construction of the line is being supervised by Shell Pipe Line Corporation for the Butte Pipe Line Company. IN THE DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT STATE OF WYOMING ) )ss. COUNTY OF CROOK ) IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF GEORGE W. DARROW, Deceased. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE AND NOTICE OF HEARING UPON APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION FOR FOREIGN PROBATE PROCEEDINGS AS PROBATE OF SUCH ESTATE IN WYOMING George F. Darrow having filed in this Court and matter his peti- tion, under oah, showing that the Estate of George W, Darrow, de- ceased, has been duly probated in Monroe County, State of New York; that said deceased died testate at. Hot Springs, South Dakota, o December 21, 1948, being then a resident of Rochester, Monroe County, State of New York, leav- ing an estate in Crook County, Wyoming, of less value than $10,- 000.00, consisting of real estate in Crook County, Wyoming, described as follows, to-wit: Township 49 North, Range 66 West of the 6th P.M. Section 5: SWNW, NW- SW Section 6: SENW, SW- NE Section 27:SNW Section 28: ENW, E% and having filed with said petition duly certified and authenticated copies of the Petition, Decree Ad- mitting Will and Granting Letters Testamentary, Inventory and Final Decree of Distribution of said de- cedent's estate frRm the Surrogate's Court of the County of Monroe, State of New York, and praying that the said Monroe County, New York probate proceedings be ad- mitted as a probate of said estate in Wyoming, and it appearing that said petition is sufficient under Section 6-2328, Wyoming Compiled Statutes, 1945 and that the matter should be set down for hearing, IT IS ORDERED that said peti- tion be, and the same hereby is set down for hearing in the court- room of this court in the court- t house at Sundance, Wyoming, on e the 27th day of December, A.D., 1955, at ten o'clock A.M. of said day, at which time and place all S.G Sm00hy Jew6 persons interested in said estate shall show cause, ff any they have e why the prayer of said petition should not be granted. | Belle Fourchel S. D, : I IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that "ch j a copy hereof be duly published as provided by law for a period of and *very BULOVA WaterproQF Watch Is Certified Waterproof- three (3) weeks prior to said date k by the U. 5. TESTING CO. after bel Sdentifically Tested... sts  I of hearing. exceed government specifications, w*tbrproof as ion u erytat Is Itct, ..d.o.,,.....t,...,...,o.,d ..--.y..-, o..,,. ] Dated this 28th day of Novem- ber, 1955. -. Prices Incl.do federal tox ,  Preston T. MeAvoy, [ District Judge .... Dec. 1-8-15 Bring Pasture to Cows Says Extension Dairyman Laramie  Bring the pasture to the cows instead of cows to pas- 'ture for higher forage yields, says I. W. Slater, extension dairyman. The green-chopping method ave- raged twice as much forage as graz- ing in tests involving 38 Pennsyl- : vania and Michigan dairymen. The method, also called. "zero-grazing" and "soiling", has other advantages the field harvesting machine causes less damage to pastures than trampling cattle and isn't so fin- icky in gathering forage. Machine methods in feeding (Ed. I Swers. ] asked high s tors more than the smaller ones tion iv Green-chopping also appears to be requir, especially well adapted to dairy the ne farms that are short of cropland is Other relation to labor and number d aPpeal cows. Add The method makes possible a Army larger volume of business without from adding more land but is not likely Marsh to replace conventional grazing os dance. all farms, Slater says. qUES Green-chopping is more adapt', eial able for such highly productive: aits forage acreages in alfalfa-grasS r list irI !lad s] mixtures, red clover grass mixttr :, i,luty" dairy cattle may profit large opera- oats, or sudan grass. 1. ( I,i] A. ) (I:J a,es ......... .......... ........... , ................... /!:' " :00:iiiiii:0000 000000iii!i | S.m00 (' | blgs I ! tlve 4!' ] lont q "-"-  Parti ) exe k Sign take L high Patk ( and when it comes to foam, absolutely nothing like a BUILDING THE BUTTE LINE (Number two in a series of six) STRINGING pipe along the ditch prepared by the ditching ma- chine is accomplished by huge trailer trucks which bring the pipe from terminal pipe yards in the area to the construction site. The pipe is lifted from the truck by means of a side boom "cat," a trac- tor that has a boom on one side and counter balance weights on the other. The pipe is carefully laid end to end along the right side of the ditch to await the welding i crews which will soon appear on the scene. This is the second of a series of major operations necessary in building the Butte Pipe Line from near Poplar, Mont., to Fort Lara- mie and Guernsey, Wyo., a distance of approximately 450 miles. The line ranges in size from 10 inches to 16 inches in diameter. It is be- ing built by the Butte Pipe Line Company to transport oil from Eastern Montana fields to the Platte and Service Pipe Lines # "+'' )'' I" " .ADY BULOVA BUY NOW! . j,,,ols. Self-winding, unbreaUble mainspring, USE OUR ,hock rnJsnt, anti-magnetic, LAYi charm and color of natural gold $595O PLAN ,1o_o reserves any Bulova until Christmas! BULOVA "23" 59 m (also available wit# charcoJd dial) which will deliver the oil to var- ious refining centers. Construction of the line is being supervised by Shell Pipe Line Corporation for the Butte Pipe Line Company. IN THE DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT STATE OF WYOMING ) )ss. COUNTY OF CROOK ) IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF GEORGE W. DARROW, Deceased. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE AND NOTICE OF HEARING UPON APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION FOR FOREIGN PROBATE PROCEEDINGS AS PROBATE OF SUCH ESTATE IN WYOMING George F. Darrow having filed in this Court and matter his peti- tion, under oah, showing that the Estate of George W, Darrow, de- ceased, has been duly probated in Monroe County, State of New York; that said deceased died testate at. Hot Springs, South Dakota, o December 21, 1948, being then a resident of Rochester, Monroe County, State of New York, leav- ing an estate in Crook County, Wyoming, of less value than $10,- 000.00, consisting of real estate in Crook County, Wyoming, described as follows, to-wit: Township 49 North, Range 66 West of the 6th P.M. Section 5: SWNW, NW- SW Section 6: SENW, SW- NE Section 27:SNW Section 28: ENW, E% and having filed with said petition duly certified and authenticated copies of the Petition, Decree Ad- mitting Will and Granting Letters Testamentary, Inventory and Final Decree of Distribution of said de- cedent's estate frRm the Surrogate's Court of the County of Monroe, State of New York, and praying that the said Monroe County, New York probate proceedings be ad- mitted as a probate of said estate in Wyoming, and it appearing that said petition is sufficient under Section 6-2328, Wyoming Compiled Statutes, 1945 and that the matter should be set down for hearing, IT IS ORDERED that said peti- tion be, and the same hereby is set down for hearing in the court- room of this court in the court- t house at Sundance, Wyoming, on e the 27th day of December, A.D., 1955, at ten o'clock A.M. of said day, at which time and place all S.G Sm00hy Jew6 persons interested in said estate shall show cause, ff any they have e why the prayer of said petition should not be granted. | Belle Fourchel S. D, : I IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that "ch j a copy hereof be duly published as provided by law for a period of and *very BULOVA WaterproQF Watch Is Certified Waterproof- three (3) weeks prior to said date k by the U. 5. TESTING CO. after bel Sdentifically Tested... sts  I of hearing. exceed government specifications, w*tbrproof as ion u erytat Is Itct, ..d.o.,,.....t,...,...,o.,d ..--.y..-, o..,,. ] Dated this 28th day of Novem- ber, 1955. -. Prices Incl.do federal tox ,  Preston T. MeAvoy, [ District Judge .... Dec. 1-8-15 Bring Pasture to Cows Says Extension Dairyman Laramie  Bring the pasture to the cows instead of cows to pas- 'ture for higher forage yields, says I. W. Slater, extension dairyman. The green-chopping method ave- raged twice as much forage as graz- ing in tests involving 38 Pennsyl- : vania and Michigan dairymen. The method, also called. "zero-grazing" and "soiling", has other advantages the field harvesting machine causes less damage to pastures than trampling cattle and isn't so fin- icky in gathering forage. Machine methods in feeding (Ed. I Swers. ] asked high s tors more than the smaller ones tion iv Green-chopping also appears to be requir, especially well adapted to dairy the ne farms that are short of cropland is Other relation to labor and number d aPpeal cows. Add The method makes possible a Army larger volume of business without from adding more land but is not likely Marsh to replace conventional grazing os dance. all farms, Slater says. qUES Green-chopping is more adapt', eial able for such highly productive: aits forage acreages in alfalfa-grasS r list irI !lad s] mixtures, red clover grass mixttr :, i,luty" dairy cattle may profit large opera- oats, or sudan grass. 1. ( I,i] A. ) (I:J a,es ......... .......... ........... , ................... /!:' " :00:iiiiii:0000 000000iii!i | S.m00 (' | blgs I ! tlve 4!' ] lont q "-"-  Parti ) exe k Sign take L high Patk ( and when it comes to foam, absolutely nothing like a