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CI SSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES: k per word for each insertion. Minimum charge 25c each in- sertion. Payment must accompany order for advertisement. AUTHORIZED S E R V E L GAS refrigerator sales and service. Crook County Refinery. tin NO. 1 M I~MEOGRAPH PAPE]6 Legal and letter size at Thq Times. MAIL ORDERS ~'0R PRESCRIP. flons and other needs filled promptly at Blue Drug and Jewelry, Spearfish, S.D. 37tin PAPFAL--MA_NY COLO , 9x12, 50c a package. The Times. BRING YOUR RADIOS TO GKM- ble's in Spearfish for expert se~ vlco. 21~n. INVENTORY SHEETS AT THE Times FOR SALE: BALED BROME ALF- alfa hay. Red Ranch, Beulah, Wyo. 5tfn BALED HAY FOR SALE AT THE Tower Cabin Camp, $II per ton. Contact George Weaver, Devils Tower, Wyo. 5-6* MEN'S G E N U I N E LEATHER Billfolds. Sample $1.50 - factory price tags $3.50. Zipper bill compartment, removable pass case, secret pocket; colors tan, mahogany, black. Ask for dealers prices. Charles Hutchinson, P. O. Box 146, Warsaw, Kentucky. lt* IS YOUR CAR GIVING YOU THE shock treatment due to wheels that wiggle and bounce, that get out of line and wear badly? End the shock treatment . get our precision wheel balancing and Bear alignment service. Linstad Alignment & Brake Service, Belle Fourche, S.D. 24tfn - dance Times. fin FOR SALE -- JACUZZI WATER pump systems. Crook County Re- finery, t~L FOR THE BEST IN ALL TYPES of insurance . see L. O. Tracy, Sundance. 46tfn BILL's DRY CLEANING AND Laundry Service is available in Sundanee twice a week; free pickup and delivery on Mondays and Thursdays. Bear Lodge Hotel is pickup station, ltfn ~I~IO-PHONOGRAPH REPAIRs. Complete line of parts {or all radios, record changers. All work Kq)aranteed. Gambles, Spearfish, S.D. fin By Windy Winters "Conservation is the wise use of our natural resources -- Soil, wa- ter, plants, animals, and minerais-- so that they will yield the greatest service to the largest number of persons for the longest possible time. Man is the greatest resource of all." A fellow by the name of Fales said that. Lots of food for thought in there. Another guy named Wilson backed him up with this little quip -- "Our soil is not just dirt. It is a factory where everything needed to feed plants, animals and human beings is made." Read all that some place one time. Looks like the so-called fac- tory in Crook county is on the move. See it laying in back of snow fences, in the borrow pits, saw a terrace full of it. It isn't too bad but a little of it goes a -------------]long way. Seen some place where FOR SALE: FIVE PORTABLE] a 1000 acre farm goes down the houses; three 12'x24', two 12'x20', Mississippi every day. Wonder reasonably priced. Contact Fran. how much of that comes out of cis Bruch, Box 371, Newcastle, Crook county. Wyo. 4-6* Talked to Myron Goodson, he's LOST: LAST SUMMER BETWEEN i Beulah and Newcastle 1 orange yellow and brown plaid cushion about 2 ft square and 4 inches thick, Reward. Peter Smith, New- castle, Wyo. 56-7 FOR SALE: 4-BURNER COLE-I man Skelgas range, 30-in. size; non-automatic gas tank heater; galvanized hot water tank. In- quire at Times office. 6tfn FOR SALE: SMALL FARMS IN Wyoming. Very good grassland. A 1 s o have some good.sized ranches in South Dakota. Some ranches with ~ lot of alfalfa and abundance of water. For fur- ther details, contact Mowrey Real Estate Office, Phone 672-W, 707 Main St., Spearfish, S. D. 5-6 FOR SALE OR TRADE: 30-ft. modem 1952 Silver Dome trail- er house, electric hot water heat- er, panel ray heat, excellent condition. Would take chea trailer house in. Frank Moorcroft, Wyo. FOR SALE: SMALL FARMS IN Wyoming. Very good grassland. Also have s o m e good-sized ranches in South Dakota. Scme ranches with a lot of aHalf', and abundance of water. For fur- ther details, contact Mowrey Real Estate Office, Phone 672-W, 707 Main St., Spearfish, S. D. It chairman of the Redwater Soil Conservation District. They had a meeting up at his place the other night and completed their annual work plan. This is an outline of proposed projects and activities of the district for the year ahead. One of the high lights is to get the weed district established and in action. They meet with Devils Tower and Buffalo Belle SCD Supervisors on the 14th to get the ball rolling. Another item is edu- cation, Neighbor nights, Meetings with schools, teachers Work Shops, Land Judging Contests, Tours and Equipment Dealers' Day. They set up the priorities for the SCS Tech- nician's assistance. Looks like they are in for a busy year. FOR SALE: 5 BL~/CK AND TAN pups, 2~ mos. old; out of coon and eat hounds. Inquire A. A. Butolph, Alva, W~yo. It THANK YOU FOR YOUR ~PA~ tronage. I am moving to New- castle and shall:be unable to sharpenyour se/ws here until gurther notico. Roy Jones. It Jim and Bill up at the SCS of- fice have been out taking conser- vation and erosion pictures. Seems the Board of Supervisors is going to try and illustrate their annual report that they send out to the district cooperators in March. Been wondering if Oscar Lakso up at Aladdin got his Diversion finished before it froze up. Been trying to read up and un- derstand the Soil Bank Deal. I'm about as confused as the fellow down on Redwater that thought he had driven off into the creek. Next morning when it got light enough to see out, he was parked by a water trough in his front yard. Windy Winters Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sharp plan to leave Friday for Minneapolis, Minn. where they will attend a hardware show. Sharp's son, Rob- ert Paul will stay with Mrs. Sharp's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Myhren of Rapid City, while i they are gone. N0el Edwards will be in charge of the Marshall Wells store during the Sharps' absence. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Humphrey of Newcastle visited Sunday with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Jensen and Becky. Roy Brimmer of Miles City, Mont. was an overnight guest Sun- day of Mr. and Mrs. Logan Brim- mer. Rev. and Mrs. Peter Goodfellow and family left Tuesday and plan- ned to return home Thursday from Laramie where Rev. Goodfellow attended clergy conference. Patsy Brimmer visited over the weekend with her sister and bus- ban, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Whitney of Seely. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Roberts left Friday for Los Angeles where they plan to spend two to four weeks visiting Mrs. Roberts' mother, Mrs. George L. Barr. The Roberts were accompanied by Mrs. Roberts' sis- ter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. George Luedke of North Platte, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Don Rounds and family drove to Fruitdale, S. D. Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fox and family. Marion Thompson went to Rapid City Sunday for a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Merle Taylor. Mr." and Mrs. Milton Williams of Lead were visiting in town Sunday l THE SUNDANCE Sundance, Wyo. Feb. 9, with Mrs. Edith Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Ray Woods. DR. W. P. OPTOMETRIST Phone 66 Spearflda Tuesday - Dr. J. G. Betts Osteopath - Phys]chm spe m , a B. Wyoming law requires that anyonq bringing livestock into the state the first Monday in February of year must report same to the County Assessor of the county into which livestock is first brought who must mediately assess said livestock. (See Secs. 32-905, 32-906, Wyoming Re- vised Statutes, 1945) Feb. 2, 9 Sidney Harvey, County Assessor Now [e Personalized with your name and address on envelopes and paper for an additional $8.00 Telephone AT 3-1411 for Fine Printing