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For Victory Buy War Bonds The Sundance Times, Sundance, Wyoming In the Wyoming Black Hills / CLASSIFIED j- ADVERTISEMENTS APPEARING UNDER THIS HEA, DING WILL BE CHARGED FOR AT THE RATE OF lc PER WORD. ~INIMUM CHARGE 15c ~RD OF THANKS __$1.00 FOR SALE--REGISTERED Hereford Bulls, Yearlings and Twos. Also yearling and two- year-old heifers, also cows-- WHR and Hazlett breeding. Dillon B. Ruland, Alva, Wyo. FOR SALE---USED FURNITUP~E and Stoves. -- Thompson Motor Co., Phone 67, Spearfish. NEED HELP ON THAT INCOME tax report or those books? As a qualified graduate of LaSalle Extension University in mod- ern bookkeeping and income tax reports, I solicit your busi- ness.--Frank Cubbison, Sun- dance, Wyo. 43 tn. ANYONE WANTING "COMMON Sense', sleighs, call on J. H. SUNDANCE LODGE No. 9, A.F. & A.M. Regular Communica- tions second and fourth Wednesday of each month Chas. B. Chittim W Worshipful Master Sidney Harvey Secretary Visiting Brothers Always Welcome BELLE THEATER l~riday, Saturday, Feb. nd 3rd Double Feature Program Evening Shows 7:00 & 9:30 Matinee Saturday 1:30 William Terry, Virginia Grey in "STRANGERS IN THE NIGHT" and Smiley Burnette, Sunset Carson in "CODE OF THE PRAIRIE" Chapter No. 9 "HAUNTED HARBOR" Play "WAHOO" Saturday Night Sunday, Mond~ay, February 4, 5 NOTICE Due to the length of this picture PLEASE notice Show Times Sunday Continuous Shows Shows at 1:30; 5:00 and 8:30 Monday Evening 7:00 and 10:30 Joseph Cotten, Claudette Colbert in "SINCE YOU WENT AWAY" with Shirley Temple, Monty Wooley and Many Other Big Stars News and Selected Short Subjects plus This Is America "MEDICINE ON GUARD" CONFIDENTIALLY-- A GREAT SHOW. DON'T MISS THIS ONE Tuesday, Wednesday, Feb. 6, 7 :Evening Shows 7:15 and 9:30 Charles Boyers, Irene Dunne in "TOGETHER AGAIN" with Charles Coburn, Mona Freeman Selected Short Subjects Thursday 0nly, February 8th PLEASE NOTICE show Times Evening Shows 7:00 and 9:30 Bargain Night Everybody Half Price Bring the Whole Family A Repeat Showing John Garfield, Gig Young and Harry Carey in "AIR FORCE" .. ~Lbl~ted Short Subjects _ Lincoln, agent, ltfn FOR SALE--HOUSE AND 100 acres, good barn, just outside of Sundance city limits, (former Cure place). Might consider rental to responsible persons. Mrs. Trusty Moore, Hulett, Wy- oming. 3-5" LOST--5 COWS, 12 YEARLINGS, branded on left ribs. Notify L. C. Hurtt, Sundance, Wyo. 3-5 OIL BURNING HEATER (Duo- therm) with fan attachment for sale. Also round oak din- ing table, 6 chairs and small buffet to match; wool rug with pad, library tables, three-quar- ter size steel bed with good sp,ings--no mattress, and oth- er miscellaneous articles--See Ve!ma Butterfield at Times ~fffice, Sundance. INCOME TAX AND ESTIMATES made out.--Frank Cu.bbison, Sundance. 4 tfn. 1937 GMC THREE-QUARTER ton pickup in good condition good tires, for sale or will trade for livestock. -- Art Schelldorf, Sundance. 4-5* FARMERS-- RELIEVE YOUR- selves of the headaches of bookkeeping and year-end tax reports. Vill keep accurate set of books and make out income tax reports at a very reason- ahle cost by the year. Will fur- nish l)ooks.--Frank Cubbison Sundance. 4tfn tII G H E ST YIELDING, MOST rust resistant Pilot No. 13, seed wheat, Spartan and Trebi barley, Bru.nker and Boone Oats, and Bison Flax. Order without delay as seed stock is limited. Bober's Seed House, Newell, S.D. 5-8. SrHOES -REPAIRED -- EXPERT work at~ reasonable prices. -- Ernest Thomas, Jr., at Victory Apartments, ~Sundance. 5-6* FOR SA'LE--15-30 McCORMICK Deering tractor, one three- bottom plow and one 8-ft. tan- dem disk. Write or phone 40Fll, Mick Pollock, Moorcroft, Wyo. 5-10" ,, ~,Ir FOR SALE--20 HEAD YOUNG, ,gentle, halter broke horses, 1500 to 1800 Ibs. Make excel- lent log horses. Pick $20.00 ,~*Nels H. Smith, Beulah. 5-7 LOST--WHITE FACED COW, branded-- Bar M connected on left shoul- der and left hip. -- Marshall R. Miller, Aladdin, Wyo. 5-6* X Personal Items Phyllis Conley, who underwent an appendectomy last week at the Davis hospital, went on over to Moorcroft Wednesday to spend a few days visiting her folks be- fore returning to Sundance. Ruth Fowlkes, who was dis- missed from the Davis hospital Saturday, stayed with Mrs. Ev- erett Cammack a few days until she was fully recovered from her operation. Mrs. Elizabeth Brandt has sold her house to Charley Oudin of Su~dance and is moving today (Wednesday) to an apartment at the Ranchers Home. ~he ex- pects to remain here uetil mid- summer when she will join her husband in Chicago where they have purchased a home. Newell F. Joyner was a caller in Sundance Tuesday. He is planning to leave in a few days for Denver on business. Oudie ,Studie was in The Times office Tuesday. She said that all the Wesley ,Straight family, Tom Straight and Dan ~traight were all moving back to Sundance from Alva where they have been working the past several years. Mrs. William Theisen who was born and raised near Hulett mov- ed recently from Big ~tone City, S. D. to Bremerton, Wash., where she is living at Sheridan Park No. 2475. Mr. and Mrs. Al Nelso.n were business callers in Sundance Tuesday from the Aladdin coun- try. Mrs. Chester Ballzore. who has .been seriously ill, was released from the hospital this last week and has returned home. She is well on the way to recovery at present. The Baltzore family plans to move this week to the Caulkins apartnient above the garage they oliened recently. Dr. ClarenbactL Ike Dudrey, Harry Davis and Harvey Ferdin- New Haven George Stinso~ returned Mon- day on the mail from his trip to S. W. Me. He reports a fine trip and things looking good and grass starting down there. Craig and Gerald Couch and Mrs. Harold Couch spent Tues- day night at the Charley Roberts home. Craig will be inducted into the army next nmnth and Gerald was on furloogil from the navy. Harold is i,n England and Kenneth is in the front in France. They are from Belie Fourche and are brothers of Mrs. Charley Roberts. Mrs. Lewis Clark and daugh- ter and son stopped over night in Belle Fourche one night this week. They were having some dental work done. Mr. Jansen made a trip to New- castle Sunday t o take Laura a~ad Jimmy back to their school. Laura is teaching there and Jim- my is doing grade work. Rev. Burton kept his regular appointment and preached a good sermon ,Sunday January 28. His next appointment will be Febru- ary 11. Come and bring your friends. Commercial I Theater SUNDANCE 8:00 P. M. SATURDAY--SUNDAY FEBRUARY 3--4 His greatest role as l~atrac th~ Outcast Humphrey Bogart in "PASSAGE TO ~ARSEILLE" with Claude Rains Michele Morgan Sydney Greenstreet This Weeks Special and left Sunday for Rochester, CHEESE o+or 32c Minnesota where Ike will enter the clinic. Harvey planned to ]b .......................................................... Mixed COOKIES + ................................................. 20c Fresh Fish Friday Stech's Grocery SUNDANCE PHONE 24 Chenille Rugs go cm to Minneapolis where tie will visit a .brother and other relatives. Doctor will go on to .Chicago for a short time and will be accompanied by Harry Davis who went along as driver for the group. From Rochester, Minnesota Mrs. Ben Vines writes January 24 that she has been dismissed from the clinic but that Be~ is still taktn.g treatmenta and does not know just when he will be released. She adds that Mrs. El- mer Jensen of Hulett and little 6-year-old son, Beryl, left for home last week. The little boy underwent an operation for the removal of a growth under his right arm. The Jensens former- ly lived in Su~dance. Eleanor French is now located at 1530 Renton Highlands at Renton, Wash. Eleanor, who is the daughter of the Vic Frenchs at Alva has been employed until recently at the Gamble ~rtore in Belle Fourche. Plain Colors Sizes 21 x 32 in. Farm 3.75 We are fully equipped to do repair work of all kinds. B and B Garage Phone 86 Sundanpe Durfee's "Everything to Wear', Sundance