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:b the Black Hills of WyomhsI C|assifieds! ADVERTISEMENTS APPEARING UNDER THIS HEADING WILL :BE CHARGED F0E AT THE RATE ~JDc PER WORD OF~ CASH XlNIXU~ CHARGE .................. 15c ]~LIND ADS ................. 25c EXTRA C~ OF THANKS ........... .$1,00 I~GISTERED HE R E F O R D bulls for sale.--Yearlings and twos. ~ Dillon B. Ruland, Al- va, Wyo. 46tfn SAW FILING AT THOMAS SHOE ShoP---Sundance. 4 tf~ NATIONAL CASH REGISTER for-sale--Inquire at .Lee's Phar- macy, 8undance 4 tfn ~C'OM S TAX. AJ~D'~ BOOKKEEP- lug work~Frank Cubbison, 8undance. 4 tf~ ~L OIL TANK~--100 GALLON at $22.50, 265 gallon at $36.00. Ha~t Brothers Lumber and Hardware, Sundance, Wyo.etfn ~VANTED ~ USED TRAILER bousee and used cars. Our buy- er is in Sundance once a week. A post card will 'bring him to your door with the top dollar ~oid for either your car or trail- house. Emergency housing and transportation makes the meed for both tremendous. Pro- duetion will bring ~he price down, so if you can spare it, why ~ot sell it. Write today to Fay Poobles, 425 West Yellow- stone, Casper, Wyoming. 8-13 LOST----~PARE 6.60 x 16 TIRE and Wheel between Hulett and Sundance on the oil. Reward-- FranCis Stafford, Alva, Wyo. 9-12" FOR SALE----I 939 PLYMOUTH Motor~Inquire at Chlttim Motor, Sundance. TI.RE~, TIRES--A TRUCK IX)AD Just received at Tracy Motor Co. Pickup and Passenger 6:00 x 16--6:25 x 16--7:00 x 15--- ?:00 x 16--6:50 x 16. |u ii , FOR RENT--~ANDWICH SHOP ie Sundange from April let to June 1st or longer. Inquire ~)tck Dudrey, Sundance. 11-14" FOR SALE---LACe OIL BURN- ing Heater~Inquire Sundance Hospital. 1 ltfn ~TRAYED FROM PASTURE--2 Red White Face Heifers bracd- ed on right hip Cross Anchor~ Dungey and Bennett, Aladdin, Wyo. 12-13-14 FOR SALE ~ REGISTERED ' Milking "Shorthorn Bull Calves Dual Purpose cattle. Add a milk strain to your ~beef herd and raise bigger and better calves, Write for pedigrees. Donald Payne, Mgr. Mahto Te- pee Ranch, Alva, Wyoming, 35 Miles west of Belle Fourche, S.D. 12-~3-14 $60 ACRES LAND FOR LEASE-- Write Sundance, Wyoming Box 5. It FOR SALE--1 REGULAR FARM- all Tractor, 7 ft. Tractor Sweep, 2-Furrow 14 i~ch plow. A com- plete tractor set up a real buy. ~pearfish Implement Co., Spear- fish, S. D. MALE HELP WANTED--OPPOR- tunity of life time supplying DDT and other profitable pro- ducts to farmers in Crook coun- tY. No experience or capital required. Must have auto and good references. Permanent. Write or wire McNess Company, Dept. T., Freeport, Illinois. 12' FOR ~ALE~GRAIN DRILL, 8- foot, 6 inch spacing with grass seed attachment. Ready to go to work ~ Myron Goodson, Phone 13F21, Su~dance. it ~3R SALE--PRACTICALLY NEW Harley Davidson Motorcycle, U, L. 80; 3 new tires. For par- ticulars write Box 342, Upton, Wyom lng. 12-13 * X Miller Creek The 8undanee Times, 8undanee, Wyoming '-~ , , i i Penn Smith was host to a large crowd of neighbors last Wed~es- day evening. As usual everyone spent an enjoyable evening visit- ing, eating and playing cards. Paul Cummings and Tom Oil- :bert passed thru this vicinity en- route to Sunda~ce Thursday. Rose Marie Miles was rushed to Sundance Thursday following a severe attack of appendicitis. Dr. Clarenbach performed the op- eration that afternoon and we attended a state meeting of the Future Homemakers of America. Snow blocked the roads from Cheyenne to Laramie so they were detal~led and missed a part Of the session. Penn Smith's house was liter- ally filled to overflowing when his friends and neigh,bors came in last Wednesday evening to play cards. Mrs. Ben Wolfe received a tele- gram from her son Lester that he has arrived in the United States. He has been with the army of occupation i~ Europe. Mr. Tony Anderson arrived home after a sojourn in Hot Springs where he went on account of poor health. George Weaver took Frank Ehlert to town on business Mon- day morning. Word received Thursday eve- are glad to hear she is making a satisfactory recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rogers and Phyllis left Friday for their for- mer home in Missouri. Mrs. John Goff spent several days last week at Alliance, Nebr. visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Don Tippets and children spent the week-end in Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cart spent Sunday with the former's parents. Kathleen Moore visited with Alice Ann Oudin last Thursday morn i~ag. Mr. and Mrs. Hally Oudin and Alice Ann spent ~unday at the Will Oudin and Vore homes. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Oudtn and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will Oudi~. x Oshoto ni~g that Mr. and Mrs. Robert ] Overseth are the parents of a Alberta Sehn started attending[ baby boy born March 14 in Sher- the Oshoto school on Monday of[ idan. this week. She has been going to[ ...... x .... the Sundance school during the| HOSPITAL NOTEa wilater. [ O Mrs. Allen Peterson resumed' her teaching duties on Monday Freddie Nelson, Newcastle, was released from the Sundance hos- pital Monday, following an ap- pendectomy. Mrs. Bronacom, Osage, return- ed to her home Monday following .appendectomy. Rose Marie Miles, 12 years old, of Carllle will be released to go to her home tomorrow, she was an appendectomy patient. Mrs. Tom Bay, Seely, was oper- ated on for appendicitis Sunday. Anna Fredrickson, who was very Ill following a ruptured ap- pendix is much improved. Cyrus Calhoun, Seely was ad-I m'i~tted Monday for appendectomy. His is satisfactory. Two-year old Elaine Marie underwent an appen- A boy was born Monday night to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morrison at the Sunda~ce hospital. Barbara Mahoney, Alva is a medical patient. Joe Denker was released from the hospital last week. Mrs. Enice Cheshier was re- leased last Friday. Bill Mauch, who underwent an appendectomy, was released Mon- day. ~x NEW DANDELION KILLER REPORTED A new treatment for dandelion- speckled lav,~ns was reported here after .being sick the past week. Mr. and Mrs. ,Charlle Roberts stopped in Oshoto on their way to Sundance Friday, Bill Glover was calling in Osho- to Sunday morning. Saturday evening supper guests of Mr. a~d Mrs_ Homer Holmes were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lachnick, Mr. and Mrs. Doll Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sehn and family, Mrs. Clinton Holmes and Mary and Fred Moeller and Charles Rath- bun. The evening was spent play- ing cards. Mr. Hahn a~d son Jewel called at the Dell Evans home Friday afternoon, Several people from this vicin- ity attended the Hartshorn sale near Stroner on Wednesday of last week. Devil's Tower Mrs. Louise Hoese and little son are staying in Spearfish while her husband is south buying cat- tle. Wm. Anderson, wife and son made a trip to Gillette last week after tractor parts. Mrs. Tom Slater, who resided here one winter while her daugh- ter taught school was on the stage l~st Friday. She was on her way to Hot Springs, S. D. to join her husband as he has work there on a building project. Ellse Grenier arrived home Sunday after a trip to Laramle accompanied by Mrs. Grtffts. They [ I I today by Dayton Klingman, Wyo- ming Experiment Station agron- omist. The treatment described by Klingman deals with use of a selective weed killer, 2, 4-D, which will, when properly ap- plied, single out and destroy dan- delions without injury to lawn grass. Methods of applying the spray were tested in 1945 experi- mental work which has just been summarized. One treatment, in which the 2, 4-D spray was applied to a lawn plot on July 16 and August 15, was found to have left less than one per cent of the original stand of dandelions at the end of tile season. Seven other variations of this treatment all gave marked re- tluctiwns in dandelion numbers, he pointed out. In contrast, a! check plot which received no l treatment actually had 25 per cent more dandelions at the end of the season than it had at the start. Klingman indicated that best When You Invest In Fences Invest In The Best Just Received One-Half Carload Thursday, March 21, dandelion control was ob| with sprays applied later in season. The 2, 4-D, he said, apparently more effective the dandelions are growing tiveJy and when temperatures higher, as in late spring and mer. DR. EDW. 3. NORWOOD. 0. An Expert Eyesight from Crawford, Nebraska, IN HULETT MARCH 26. HOTEL. 9 A. M. TO 5 P. Have your and your chil eyes examined. He is a very pert and broadly Retinoscopist and an scopist, which enables him to fectly fit your glasses and erly diagnose eye condition. AGAIN IN SUNDANCE THE HOTEL ~.ARCH 27. A. M. TO 4:00 P. X. RED CROSS DANCE Sponsored by Redwater Homemakers Club FARRELL HALL Saturday Nite, March 30 Black Hills "' Victory Frolic It's Deadwood, S. D. Auditorium Hog Wire Good! After a hard day's work you start thinking how good a glass of cold beer would taste. Start thinking about Dukes' Bar & Lounge and the thirst p)~o61em'is solved. Taste how mellow it is, March 21, 22,23 An exhibit of six original oil paintings depicti] historical scenes in the history of American cine will be on display. THURSDAY EVENING STYLE PARADE Deadwood merchants will show new Easter coS- tumes and fabrics in the big style parade evening. Husic by the Deadwood high school FRIDAY--HOSPITAL NIGHT .... A program of outstandingBlack entertainment. Committee will door prizes of hard to items such nylons, alarm clocks, sheets, etc. how smooth. It's really SATURDAY--RURAL SCHOOL Sheep Wire oo., Field Fence C. D. Roberts Duke's Bar and Lounge Sundance Sundanee Pupils of the county schools will compete for prizes in presentation of the Y. C. L minor Health. 4-H Club demonstrations Saturday ing. SATURDAY NIGHT Big Victory Frolic