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I LOST--BOY SCOUT BILLFOLD and Boy Scout Merit Badge Cer- tificates. Reward for Return to Mike Lindsey, Sundanee. gNC~JM.]9 TAX AND BOO~TrmmP= mg. work--Frank Cubbison, Sundance. Telephone 127R2. tn MAIL ORDERS FOR PRESCRIP- tions and other needs filled promptly at Blue Drug and Jewelry, Spearfish. S.D. 37tfn BRING YOUR RADIOS TO GAM- ble's in Spearfish for expert ser- vice. 29fin. FOR AN EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD Job use Luster-Shene Sweeping Compound. --Small Homes Co. tfn FIVE HOUSES FOR SALE-~ IN South Sundance, one in main Stmdance. Wyoming Lands--Ed- win Rounds, Realtor. tfn RADIO AND TELEPHONE RE- pairing. H. R. Ferdinand, Sun- dance. 46tfn. i~tT PAPER--MANY COLORS, 9x12, 50c a package. The Times. | ~FORSALE--25 ACRES CORN fodder in shock. 6 ton oat hay. Sell all or any part. Can be fed on place if desired. Wilbert Long, Hu!ett, Wyo. . tfn. FOR SALE--1947 FLEETLINE Chevrolet. Good condition. Mrs. Cecil Mattox, Sundance, Wyo.2-5 FOR SALE--ESTABLISHED RE. tail business in Deadwood, S. D. General merchandise, good loca- tion. $8000 will cover present in. ventory and fixtures. Write Box 515, Deadwood, S. D., for de- tails. 2-5 FOR SALE- 48 HEREFORD cows, 2 to 4 years old. 1947 Die-! sel tractor. Keith Kellner, Hul- ett, Wyo. on the former Cam- mack place. 3-4'5* FOR SALE -- HOUSEHOLD E' .quipment used six month to two years. Frigidaire 9 foot refriger- ator $200; 12-foot home freezer $150; Frigidaire Electric Range $200; Large executive desk and glass top $120; Double Inner- spring and box spring bed $60; single bed same as above $50; Bendix Electric Clothes Dryer, $170. Lorin Harper. Contact Red Ranch, Beulah, Wyo. 4-5 ()NE MODERN H O U S E A N D Cabins for rent.--Mrs. Carl Jen- sen. Telephone 97R2. fin. Sundance Bulldogs Midwest Oilers Saturday, Feb. 9 Sundance High School Gym. WANTED -- LADY FOR COOK and General Housework at the Barnes Convalescent Home, Sun- dance. Good wages. Apply in person. 5-6* ---- Moskee (Jan. 28) Mrs. Charles Madler and Mrs. Ellington went to Spearfish Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Gray anu Mr. and Mrs. Andy Clark and Sha- ron shopped in Spearfish and Belle Fourche Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Apland and children and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Pattinson were business callers in Spearfish and Belle Fourche Thursday. Shopping in Spearfish Friday were Mrs. Henry Saari, Mrs. Am- brose Lappe and Eileen, Mrs. Tex Craig, Mrs. Frank Petersen, Mrs. Ralph Apland and Bobby, Mrs. Morris Slagle and Mrs. Pete Toth, Cookie and Pat. Mr. and Mrs. Milten Gray and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Clark and Sharon were in Spearfish Thurs- day evening. Sunday dinner guests at the Ambrose Lappe home were Mr. and Mrs. Ross Butts, Myrna Mae and LeRoy. STRAYED -- THREE STEERS--- branded Open 0 Lazy H left ribs. Leonai'd Snook, Sundance, Wyo. 3t* LOST ONE STEER CALF branded W W right rib. John P. Wood.3-4-5* FOR SALE--1949 M FARMALL Tractor. Has worked on small operation. Is almost like new--- J. B. Driskill. Spearfish, S. D.lt I~OTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS -- Sorry I am not able to continue subscription work. Thank you for many years of pleasant and profitable business. Sincerely, Mrs, D. B. Hilton. 5-6 FOR SALE--LAYING PULLETS. Willet Keyser, Sundance. 5-6 FOR SALE -- 160 ACRES IN Bear l,odge. Pril:e $1,000. Rich- ard Smith, Sundance. Box 155, or Phone 4F3. 5-8* FOR SALE---1943 DODGE TON pickvp. Radio, heater, exception- alJy clean. ChristieMotors, Spearfish, S.D. 5 I MUST GET A MAN TO tIELP our district manager handle our increasing business in this com- munity. This work is in line with the program advocated by the Dept. of Agriculture. Must have car. Permanent work, good pay for man who has had some farm experience. Write Box A, The Stmdance Times. 5 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Petersen spent last weekend visiting at the home of Mrs. Petersen's sister and family in Deadwood. Fred Jennewein left for his home at Bison, S. D. after spending a few days at the home of B. A. Jenfield. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Jones visit- ed at the Andy Clarks and Milton Gray's Friday evening. Sundance callers Saturday were Mrs. Henry Saari, Mrs. Frank Pet- ersen, Vanda Lee Slagle and Mrs. Pete Toth, Cookie and Nancy. Mrs. Milten Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Jones, Mrs. Andy Clark and Sharon and Mrs. Leslie Jones were Spearfish shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stagemey- er were visiting at the A1 Hunt home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Petersen and Sandra and Leslie Saari at- tended church in Spearfish Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Clark and Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cling- an and family and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark and Shirley were Sunday guests at N. S. Clarks. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hood and Rcv. Shultz of Spearfish were sup- per guest at the Charles Madler's Tuesday night. Attending the show in Sundance Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Milten Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Jones, and Mr .and Mrs. Ambrose Lappe, Dallas and Eileen. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Clark and Sharon, and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jones were Sunday evening callers at the Milten Grays. Personal Items Mrs. Bud Cure and Mrs. Delos Plato were Spearfish callers one day last week. Mrs. Elfriede Schloredt spent last Saturday and Sunday in Buf- falo where she attended the dedi- cation ceremonies for the new Le- gion and Auxiliary hall. On Mon- day and Tuesday she visited the chapter in Sheridan. Mrs. Schlor- THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo., January 31, 1952 edt was accompanied by District Commander Myron Kiesling of O- sage, and Mr. and Mrs. Schlieder of Newcastle. Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsey went to Rawlins Thursday where they attended a state press convention. On Saturday they drove to Lara- mie to see the Wyoming-Utah Uni- versity basketball game, and re- turned to their home in Sundance Sunday evening. Protects Your Freedom DR. KEITH LOGAN CHIROPRACTOR Belles Building Phone 555 Belle Fourclle, S. D. Office Hours--. 8:30 a.m. to 12, 1 to 5:$e p.m. ANNOUNCING - - - I * The Peterson Lumber and Grain Co. has purchased the Hart Bros. Lumber and Hard- I ware Co. in Sundance and we wish to let you I know that we expect to open Monday, Feb. 4. W,e expect to enjoy serving you and intend to I give you the finest in service and materials. On i opening day, want all of you to come and see { ) #r us and acquainted. ! * * * * * * * I=dward Pet:erson, Manager I ii P