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Warren T. Ferrell, County Agent Dust Bags California research conducted ~me interesting experiments on use of dust bags for fly control. In one experiment calf weights Were 42 .pounds heavier at wean- ~ug weight through the use of st Bags as compared ,with the cOntrol group. Average cost per cow was 10 cents over a 72 day Period. The bags were situated so that One group was compulsory used and the other located so the animals used them free choice. The material used was a com- mercial dust preparation contain. lng 2% I~DT and 2% methoxy- chlor. The amount of material used varied from 0.1 oz. per head ,Per day on compulsory use to 0.06 oz. per head per day on the free choice. berian elm, chokecherry, co[lon- less ('ollonvood, golden willow, green ash, hackberry, honey Io- mist, native plum, and Russian olive. Evergreens are hhle spruce, pino and Rocky Mmmtain cedar, which also can be purchas- ed as polled plants. Crook Coun- ty rural residents can get Clarke- McNary order blanks from the Crook County Extension, ASCS, and S. C. S. offices. Landscape Planning Plan before you plant - Good planting helps produce good land- scaping.- As a new homeowner, consider the entire property he- fore doing any permanent land- scaping. Survey your property by pacing off the distances be- tween major existing features and marking them on a map of the property. Assign areas to meet personal needs and desires. These areas should include: the public area - a foreground area o display the house to good advantage; the pri- vate area - a neat, attractive area for recreation or entertainment; and the service are - adequate space for drying clothes, tool stor- age, and garbage. Stake out the rprivate and service areas and test them for size and space re- quirements. 5qark key locations It was observed that the cat- where plants head-high or taller ~e were the comuulsor:, be used to advantage for using ear agsbythe third day after place- screen, shade, or purposes of ~ent, while the free choice hags appearance. the 21st day of March, 1969, granted to the undersigned Ex- ecutrix by the District Court in and for Crook County, Wyoming, in the above estate, and that all persons having claims against said estate are required to file them, with the necessary vouch- ers, in the office of the Clerk of said Court, or to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers to Richard J. Macy, attorney for the Executrix, at his office in Sundance, Wyoming, on orbe-- fore six months after April 3, 1969, the date of first publica- tion of this Notice, and if such claims are not so filed or exhibit- ed they will be forever barred. Dated this 31st day of March, 1969. /s/ Loretta M. Bunney Executrix Richard J. :Macy, Attorney April 3-10-17-24, 196g NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of GEORDE E. MAY, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Let- ters of Administration were, on the 25th day of ,March, 1969, granted to the undersigned Ad- ministrator by the District Court in and for Crook County, Wyo- ming, in the above estate, and that all persons having claims against said estate are required to file them, with the necessary Were being used he day after N(~w you are ready ,to consider vouchers, in the office of the Chey were put on. Salt blocks construction materials (for fences Clerk of said Court, or to exhib- ~aere used in the free choice or walks) and plants (ground it them, with the necessary gs to attract animals ~o them. covers, shrubs, ,trees, flowers) vouchers, to Richard J. Macy, at- ~was estimated that the cattle that you want ,to use to meettorney for the Administrator, at ad 50 to 200 flies per animal the requirements of the areashis office in Sundance, Wyoming, When bags were first installed: and to develop a pleasant land- on or before six months after ~Y. the end of the first week all scape picture. :March 27, 1969, the date of first ;nes were gone. These results The order to follow in devel-publication of this Notice, and if ~Sted for at least one month, aping ,the landscape plantings, tee-Order Deadline April 30 the lawn and the flower gardens The deadline for ordering trees will depend somewhat on the ~nder the Clarke-[McNary pro- time of the year when the work ~.a.ra for windbreak and refores- is to be done, and ~hether the ~ation Plantings is April 30. De- property is new and completely 1very of trees froth the Tarring- devoid of landscaping, or has zen Substation began April 11. some plantings already establish- ed that need reorganizing. The Clarke,McNary program-- sPOnsored under a federal-state Plan. offers trees at near whole- Sale prices to Wyoming ranchers NOTICE TO CREDITORS "and farmers for windbreak and IN TIIE MATTER OF TIlE ES .... reforestation planting only. TATE OF JOIIN G. I~UNNEY, Deceased. t~roadleaf varieties available Notice is hereby given that i are American elm, caragan, St- Letters Testamentary were, on ! L-- , By Ace Reid COW POKES "Now Mr. Real Estate man, I'U buy this ranch tomorrow morning--if, it's still here." Step up to full-service banking! . 0 8UNDANCE STATE BANK assures every bank- ing convenience - checking, savings, installment loans, auto loans, personal loans, bank-by-mail, night depository, safety deposit boxes, member FDIC. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation such claims are not so filed or exhibited they will be forever barred. Dated this 25th day of March, 1969. /s/ Wallace F. May, Administrator Richard J. Macy, Attorney Pub: March 27; April 3, 10, 17. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE LIMITED Notice is here.by given that on the 7th day of April, 1969, R. H. Durfee, president and Loretta Durfee, Secretary for the Sun- dance Country Club, Inc., filed an application for a ,Retail Liquor License (Limited) in the office of ~he Clerk of the City of Sundance for the following described place and premises, to-wit: Lots 13 & 14, .Block 22 Rail- road Add. City of Sundance and County of Crook, Wyoming, Lounge Room of Sundance Coun- try Clt=h, Inc. and protests, if any there be against the issuance of such li- cense will be heard at the hour of 8:00 p.m. on the 5th day of May, 1960, in the City Hall. G. W. Popham, {Mayor A'I'YEST: (SEAL) Phyllis McLaughlin, City Clerk Dated ~May 9, 1969. April 10-17-24--=May 1, 1969 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that on the 7th day of April, 1969, Leon- ard and Johnie Singert filed an application for renewal and trans- fer of a Retail Liquor License in TO CO~T ~Y ON]~ Of THE FIRST TRAVELING talq IC ON IANUaIe)r seen ST^TI , "wH[It , LINE H~IMITAI~I~ fTA~II~t AT TH$ the office of the Clerk of the To,wn of ~tIulett, Wyoming for the following described place and premises, to-wit: One story ttaydite Block Building I,ot 1, Block 2, Pew- ell Addition, and protests, if any there be, against the issuance of such li- cense will be heard at the hour of 8:00 p.m. on the 5th day of ,May, 1969, in the City Hall, Hul- ett, Wyoming. /s/ Mae Neiman, City Clerk Dated April 7, 1969. April 10-17-24; ~ay 1, 1960. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. April 17, 1969 0 ztali n, .... [a..t.eJy2 ........ Make sure your protection will provide the higher daily room and surgical benefits needed today. 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