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MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE
TV STAND WITH movable swivel mount holds up to a 50” TV and has two glass shelves below. $100. 377-1218. 11/27p12/4
BUY THE BOOK!
Look through the selection of Montana Themed books at the RANGER-REVIEW. Do you have a book in mind? Would you like to order or reserve a book? Reserve, order or ask a question.
Bedside Book of Bad Girls
Outlaw Women of the American West
by Michael Rutter
Meet Kate Bender, who brutally murdered as many as thirty people in Kansas, including children, and buried them in her family's orchard; Laura Bullion, the only woman to participate in a Wild Bunch train robbery; and Madam Vestal, a one-time Confederate spy who organized the famous Deadwood stagecoach robberies. Witness the execution of Elizabeth Potts and Ellen Watson, the first women hanged in Nevada and Wyoming.
Drawing on fact and folklore, author and historian Michael Rutter brings 21 gun-slinging "bad girls" to life, and explores their motives, hopes, and dreams. He dispels many of the myths about these female outlaws, for sometimes the truth is stranger than fiction.
Featuring forty-two historical images, Bedside Book of Bad Girlssheds light on figures and events often shrouded in fabrication and fantasy. Meet these fascinating characters, complete with their pistols and petticoats, their knives and knaves, their vices and victims.
RESTORED 9N FORD Tractor. All new tires. $3500 OBO. Ph 365-8811 or 365-2651. 11/20p11/30
FOR SALE - FIREWOOD Split & dried. Reasonably priced. 377-7196 or 939-2154. 11/13p1/15
FIRE WOOD FOR SALE. Call 989-1260. Ash, Oak, Cotton wood & Cedar. All located in Glendive. 10/16p12/28
STEEL CONTAINERS, 8’x20’ and 8’x40’. Wind- water-rodent tight, 2 doors, open on one end. Call 939-1200. 1/24ctf
PROTECT YOUR newspaper from wind and rain with a newspaper tube. On sale for $6 at The Ranger-Review office, 119 W. Bell. 5/26ptf
WANTED TO BUY
BUYING FIREARMS, reloading equipment and accessories. Call 377-3969 or 365-3974 after 6 p.m. 8/5ctf