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ii iii | i CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES: | 3e per word for each insertion. Minimum charge 25c each in- n sertion. Payment must accompany order for advertisement. i FIVE HOUSES FOR'sALE 4 'IN I , I I i INCOME TAX AND BOOKKEEP-I ing work. Frank Cubbison, Sun-I dance,' TelePhone ~R2. ltf.I ART PAPER--MANY COLORS, | = k l~ 50e package. The Time~I INVENTORY SHEETS AT THE Times FOR A DUSTLESS SWEEI~NG job, use Lnster-Shene wax or oil base sweeping compound.Small Homes Co. tfn. AUTHORIZED SERVEL GAS refrigerator sales and service. Crook County Refinery. tfn |im NO. I MIMEOGRAPH Legal and letter size at The Times. BRING YOUR RADIOS TO GAM~ ble's in Spearfish fnr expert se~I v/ee. 29tfa i RADIO-PHONOGRAPH REPAIRS. Complete line of parts for all radios, record changers. All work guaranteed. Gambles, Spearfish, S.D. tfn FOR SALE -- JACUZZI WATER pump systems. Crook County Re- finery, tfn. , .... ,,, , ,,, RANCH LOANS: LONG TERM, low interest rate real estate mortpges. Driscoll-Hanson, Inc., Rapid City, S.D. 41tfn. NOTICE: TAILORING, DRESS- making, altering, remodeling, what have you. Excellent work- manship, price fair. Cook at ~e Second Hand Store, Sundance. 43tfn FOR RENT: UNFURNISHED Modern 3-room apartment. Art Schelldorf. 5 LOST IN CARLILE AREA: 1 cow and calf branded left ribs Bwattle on brisket. Anyone knowing the location of these please notify Torn Elsom Car|lie, Wyo. 5-8* FOR SALE: THREE RElt~RIGER- stern; 3 gas cook stoves and 3 kitchen ,sinks, apartment size. Rangelmid Courts, Mooreroft, Wyo. 5-7* South Sundance, one in main Sundance. 3 cabins for sale cheap, in South Sundance. Wy- oming Lands - Edwin Rounds Realtor. tfn. dAIL O~DEIq~ I~OR PRI$~IP- t/ons and other needs filial promptly at Blue Drub and Jewelry, 81marfish. 8. D. |Tth~ LOST: MAN'S GOLD WEDDING ring in Sundance business dis- trict. Finder please return to The Sundance Times. 4-5nc FOR SALE 1951 Jeep Motor and front end overhauled, rubber nearly new, heater, good top, completely over- hauled. $335 DOWN 1951 4-Wheel Drive Pickup $385 DOWN 2 - 1950 Jeeps $295 DOWN 1947 Jeep $195 DOWN All are reconditioned and in good condition, clean, good rubber, heaters, anti-freeze. 1942 Chevrolet 2-Door Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Jones were il business callers in Moorcroft and I| Gillette Monday. ~ [ Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lau were [| E~el~si0n transacting business in Gillette I | Tuesday. ']| 0~ "Ray Craft and Earl Davidson |l were business callers in Sundance ~e|~ Tuesday. Everyone in the community was sorry to hear of the death of Edmond Knapp. The family has the sympathy of all. E. S. Davidson and Ray Craft butchered a beef Wednesday. Mike Jones helped them. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce West and Bruce made a trip to Gillette Wednesday. Mrs. C. D. Jones kept Oscar and Debby for the day. They could not see the dentist so made the trip again on Friday. Mrs. Gertrude West kept Pebble !and Oscar that day and Bruce brought part of the high school l pupils out. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Jones made a business t3"ip to Upton Friday and purchased a washing machine. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Dickey and Chas. Alexander were callers in Belle Fourche Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Davidson and Ray Craft went to Belle Fourche Thursday. Mrs. Davidson went for medical aid. George Jones went to Upton Friday to visit for a while with his son Ben and family. The telephone meeting at the Point Thursday was not very well attended. The Farm Bureau meeting and supper Wednesday evening was well attended and enjoyed by all, especially the pictures shown by Chas. Alexander that he had tak- en in Alaska. They were very good and interesting. The woman was complaining to' her neighbor about her husband's silly extravagances. To prove her point finally and conclusively, she led the way down the cellar stairs and pointed to a fire extinguisher attached to the wall. "There," she said, "just look at that! It cost him 25 dollars, and he hasn't even used it once!" Small Grains Farmers are making plans for their 1954 planting. Many Crook County farmers are seeking infor- mation on the best varieties of various grains to plant and some farmers are following the recom- mended procedure of availing themselves of clean certified seed to help in cutting clown on the amount of weed production and the possibility of increased con- tamination of their fields with ad- ditional weeds from outside sources A few farmers are availing them- selves of foundation and certified seed for the purpose of producing certified seed. Farmers who have clean fields on which they did not produce grain last year can pro- duce certified grains and thus sup- ply Crook County farmers with home grown clean seed. The following gives the results of experiments on three Wyo. dry land experiment stations over a five year period. The results of the three stations have been added together and divided by the num- ber of station years and give the results for 16 station years on Barley varieties as follows: Fron- tier 34.6, Trebi 35.5, Lice 35.1, Compana 37.9, Munsing 37.8, Spar- tan 31.6. These dry land stations are Archer~ Gillette and Sheridan. Fourteen station years results on oat varieties are as follows: COdy 47.4, Markton 50, Brunker 42.4, Eighteen station years results on four irrigated stations are as fol- lows: Cody 84.1, Bannack 80.1, Ov- erland 77.1, Markton 76.9, Sixteen station years on dry land stations give the following results on THE SUNDANCE Sundanee, Wyo. Feb. 4, Spring wheat varieties. Mida Thatcher 24.4, Cadet 24.4, 23.1, Pilot 24.2. We have a of some speltz seed in county. There's also some ing seed for sale. This is cellent crop to produce if! have a market for it. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Ted turned Thursday from where Mr. Rounds school for Chevrolet dealers. Mr. and Mrs. A. 13. Durfee Sunday in Rapid City visitinl and Mrs. George Kellogg fly. Buy Drexel . resourceful furniture for resourceful homemakers at Dusek's in City. Personell Seaman Doris nick left last Tuesday for dan to visit a few days with tires, enroute to Seattle, she will be stationed at the Base in that city. DR. KEI~'li LOGAN CHIROPRAC~NbR BoHes Building Phone Delle Fourehe, S. D. For Those Tender Smoked Hams mad Bacon Mrtag your Hop to BRODSKY Packing Co. For Processing S~rfUd~, s. D. Rapid Cltr'a Iawg~ Furni/ure Sta~ DIS Main, Rapid City, 8. Farmers Motor overhauled, clean, Save-Time Save Money new brakes +Art. I l'~m""~ Take it away TESTED ,225 The National Farmers' 1947 JEEP Xotor and gears good condition Farm Equipment Income Tax Record and Supply Co. $49S Belle Fourche, 8. D. On sale here, w~ll help you keep the accounts RAWLEIGH DEALER WANTED necessary for income tax purposes. It is simple at once. Good opportunity. Write at once. / Rawleigh's, Dept. to keep yet pre~des the record required by the WYB-53-105, Denver, Colo. It* $625 IIOCKYPoHcr federal, government. The sehool board of district 29 Examine It Here/ met at Harry Seoggins place for their monthly meeting. Mrs. Allen Dickey gave a din- ner party Sunday for her sister, Mrs. Pete Kokesh of Upton. See if you, too, can't reduce the amount of in- combination body Mrs. West and Chas. Alexander were callers at the E. S. Davidson cometaxes paid each year. $895 home Sunday e(~ening Mr and MrsBruce West Deb-' Price Only $1 O0 bie, Oscar and Tommy were call- ers at the E. S. Davidson and C. v 0m"s0n D. Jones homes Sunday. Mrs. Ellis Reynolds and child- Motor ~iSiuntdaedy.h~,father, C. J. Clos- The Sundance Times Mr. and Mrs. John Kuhbacher 1948 JEEP Motor and gears in excellent condition 1947 CHEVROLET 2 ton truck with good and family and Olive Kuhbacher Spearfish, 8. D. were visitors at the C. E. Switzer + home Stmday.