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'00CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES: per word for each insertion. Minimum charge 25c each in- sertion. Payment must accompany order for advertisement. J INCOME TAX AND BOOKKEEP- Ing work. Frank Cubbison, Sun- dante, Telephone 66R2. 1tin kUTHORIZED S E R V E L GAS refrigerator sales and service. Crook County Refinery. tin IO. 1 MIMEOGRAPH P$PER: Legal and letter size at The Times. MAIL ORDERS FOR P-RESCRIP: tions and other needs filled promptly at Blue Drug and Jewelry, Spearfish, S.D. 37tfn ILr RADIO-PHONOGRAPH REPAIRS. Complete line of parts tor all radios, record changers. All work guaranteed. Gambles, Spearfish, S.D. tin RANCH LOANS: LONG TERM, low interest rate real estate mortgages. Driscoll-Hanson, Inc., Rapid City, S.D. 41tin. ART PAPER--MANY COLORS, k12, 50c a package. The Times. FIVE HOUSES FOR SALE - 4 IN South Sundance, one in main Sundance. 3 cabins for sale cheap, in South Sundance. Wy- oming Lands . Edwin Rounds Realtor. fin. BRING YOUR RADIOS TO GAM- ble's in Spearfish for expert se vies. 29tfn. INVENTORY SHEETS AT THE Times FOR SALE -- JACUZZI WATER pump systems. Crook County Re- finery, fin. FOR SAW-FILING AND OTHER saw repair, see Roy ,Tones, one mile east of Sundance. 6tfn. ROCK WOOL INSULATION blown, roofing and outside paint- ing. Lloyd Fox, Montgomery Ward, Deadwood, S.D. 13-16" FOR RENT: ROOM; ELDERLY folks welcome. Mrs. Hazel T. Horlocker, Moorcroft, Wyo. 14- 16". BUY BEST ADAPTED ALFALFA, Brome, Wheatgrass, dwarf yel- low Sweet Clover and Pasture Mixtures to fit your farm and ranch, dfrect from Bober Seed House, Newell, S. D. and save money. 14-17. FOR SALE: 1952 STREAMLITE trailer house, 27-ft., excellent condition, terms available. Paul Snell, Sundance. 15-18" WANTED: MIDDLEAGED OR older woman to cook for elderly couple on ranch. Modern home, no laundry, good wages. Frank Watt, Moorcroft, Wyo. 15-16 FOR SALE: 7 CU. FT. REFRIG- erator; oak kitchen table, cab- inets. Bob Sherrard, Sundance. 15-16 WILL DO CUSTOM FARMING. Call or Write Delos Roadifer, Sundance. 15-18" FOR SALE: 76-RPM ADMIRAL record player, table model, good condition - $15. Sundance Elec- tric. It HOUSE FOR SALE: THREE, 2- bedroom residences at Keyhole Dam Government Camp approx- imately 18 miles northeast of Moorcroft, Wyoming. These houses must be moved. Bid forms available at local postof- lice or Bureau of Reclamation, Post Office Box 825, Huron, S. D. 16-17 HOUSE FOR SALE: 4-ROOM house, reasonably priced. Clark Allen, Phone 146R3, Sundance. 16-18. FOR SALE: USED FRIGIDAIRE automatic washer - $140. Tracy Motor Co., Sundance. 16-17 FEED BARLEY FOR SALE: Could be used for seed. Ed Roth, Phone 86-J, Spearfish, S. D. 16- 17. FOR SALE: USED KELVINATOR refrigerator - $75. Tracy Motor Co., Sundance. 16-17 USED METAL BEDS FOR sale; complete with springs and mattresses $25 each. Bear Lodge Hotel. 16-18. FOR SALE: NEW GENERAL Electric vacuum cleaners, with all attachments - $69.95. Sun- dance Electric. It Lake Cook Mr. and Mrs. Berle Morris went to Newcastle, Wyo. Friday to see Mrs. Morris mother. Idolo Giachino took Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dirks and children to Belle Fourche Saturday afternoon to see the show "Chief Crazy Horse." Gilda A. Case came home with Dirkses after the show while her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Case and Charles and Dollie Dirks all went to the dance at Farrall. Dinner guests and visitors at C. Dirkses Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Case and Gilda, Idolo Giach- inn, Mr. and Mrs. Berle Morris. The men helped brand calves. Fred Case and Charles Dirkses Jr. were out Sunday trying out their motor boat. Mrs. Georgia Powers, Mrs. John Binney and Mrs. Ray Good "were shoppers in Spearfish Saturday. smile/ ImLLY AGED KEHTUCKY '  GTKA|GHT} eoua"oml I WHISKEY; \\; THIS WHISKEY 15 FOOt  OLD 86 PIK:)OF' 'NI OLD SONNY |OOK COMPANY, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCK I. II II I I I Extension Otfine Notes i Weed Killers The chemical dalapon is the sel- ective plant killer for grassy weeds. For annual grassy weeds dalapon is applied at five to eight pounds of acid per acre; Forty gallons of water. All perennials grassy weeds, such as quack grass, fox- tail barley and wild oats rates of thirty to sixty pounds per acre have given complete control in one season. However, spot treatment may be necessary the followin'g year. Applications should be made in the spring while the annual weeds are seedlings or before the perennials begin to head. Research workers are constantly finding var- iations, which causes them to make different recommendations almost every year. The Wyoming Exten- sion Service is printing a new bulletin which will give up to date recommendations for the con- trol of various weeds. This bulle- tin should be available soon. New Bulletin "Control Recommendations for Crop Insects" circular 143, is a new Wyoming Agricultural Exten- sion Service circular which gives the latest recommendations for controlling insect pests on crops. The recommendations were com- piled by T. R. Robb - Extension Entomologist, and W. D. Frank and R. E. Pfadt, Wyoming Agricul- tural Experiment Station Entomol- ogists. The circular is divided in- to sections by crops. Under each crop, it lists insect pests and meth- ods of control. Crops covered in- clude: Alfalfa and clover; crested wheatgrass, beans, peas; potato; sugar beets; small grains; corn. Insects and their controls listed include: Alfalfa weevil; army cut- worm; blister beetle; clover seed chalcid; clover-head aphid; grass- hoppers; lygus bug; pea aphid; sweetclover weevil; crested wheat- grass bug; flea beetle. Mexican bean beetle; seed-corn maggot; wireworms; pea weevil; Colorado potato beetle; potato psy- llid; tuber flea beetle; beet web- worm; sugar-beet root aphid; sug- ar-beet root maggot; army worm. English grain aphid; green bug; pale western cutworm; wheat stem maggot; wheat stem sawfly; wheat jointworm; white grubs; corn ear- worm. This circular is available in the Extension Office. 4-H Council Meeting The Extension Service personnel will have State Supervisor person- nel visiting this weekend. Louie Schilt, County Agent Leader, Eliz- abeth Ronger, Home Demonstra- tion Agent Leader, and Burton Marston and Gladys Oiler, State 4-H Club leaders will be in the county on the 22nd and 23rd. On the afternoon of the 23rd, the County 4-H Council will meet to complete plans for the Rural Life Sunday Program and 4-H Camp. The State Supervisors will meet with the council. Calendar of Events April 22: Redwater Farm Bur- eau Meeting. Sunny Divide Farm Bureau meeting. April 23i Sundance Farm Bur- eau Meeting. 4-H Council meeting in Sundance at 2:00 p.m. April 27: Weed and Pest Control Meeting. May 7: Northeastern Wyoming Hereford Association Show and Sale in Sundance. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE All creditors and others inter- ested in the estate of Isabelle P. Tallman, deceased, take notice that the undersigned Administratrix of said estate will, on or before the 13th day of May, 1955, file in the office of the Clerk of Court of Crook County, Wyoming, her final account and petition for distribu- tion of said estate, where anyone interested may examine such ac- count and petition and file objec- tions thereto in writing at any time before the 24th day of May, I 1955, and if no objections are fil- , i ed thereto, she will make final | settlement of said estate on the 25th day of May, 1955, or as soon ] thereafter as the matter may be i heard. Dated this 21st day of April, [ 1955. ] Minnie E. Driskell, Administratrix Jones and Dumbrill, Attorneys ! April 21-28-May 5-12. i ! ! protect yourself from ANOTHER SERVICE OF YOUR FARM BUREAU INSURANCE COMPANY Thousands of Wyoming farmers and ranchers safeguard the in- vestment in their homes, farm buildings, machinery and cattle with Wyoming Farm Bureau Insurance Services complete fire insurance. To Farm Bureau members, Farm Bureau Fire protec- tion is available at cost, making possible maximum coverage at minimum cost. Remember, Farm Bureau Fire Insurance is planned specifically for farfnen and ranchers: Talk wfth the local repre- sentative of Wyoming Farm Bureau Insurance Service to. day, or mail the coupon below for complete information. Ruth FrOlander SPECIAL AGENT Phone 107R3 Sundauce, Wye0 Madam: Please see that I receive complete information about Fire In- suranee offered by Wyoming Farm Bureau Insurance Services. Name Addrt THE SUNDANCE Sundance, Wyo. April 21, Kara Creek Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mills Sunday guests at Garmans. and his brother and son busy chopping and hauling they bought from Heetland in Aladdin the past week. Art Zimmerschied had Thompson haul baled hay the bridge to his place by as it was impossible to get any other way. The maintainer went along Kara Creek Monday can get in and out now. . , Rawleigh Mills visited wi  ald Thompson Sunday Billy Hayworth spent night and Bobby Chaser Wednesday night with him. Visiting at the Fred place Sunday were Mr. Paul Dillavou and family Thompsons. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mrs. Wayne Music of visited with home folkS. bought Fred Tschetter's car. Helen Zimmerschied couple of days at her ranch last week. Page Thorn was a caller old home place Saturday. After having supper with folks Monday evening, Mrs. Bert Wegner and Mrs. Music left for their home in dan. Second Sheets at The ' WD9 TRACTOE New head, injecti0D nozzles, fully guarPP' teed, completely over' hauled. CASE VAC NearlY new rubber, t0 mechanical shape. 1951 JEEP Five brand new Goodyear Shurgrip, than 8,000 miles, e plctely o v e r h a u 1 clean, good buy. 1954 JEEP 4-WH $ DRIVE PICKUF Extra good rubber, than 10,000 miles, buy, new car w 1952 CHEVRO L K TON 4-speed, good heater, clean, good ehanieal condition. Farm,Eq, and Supply Belle Fourche S. P' '00CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES: per word for each insertion. Minimum charge 25c each in- sertion. Payment must accompany order for advertisement. J INCOME TAX AND BOOKKEEP- Ing work. Frank Cubbison, Sun- dante, Telephone 66R2. 1tin kUTHORIZED S E R V E L GAS refrigerator sales and service. Crook County Refinery. tin IO. 1 MIMEOGRAPH P$PER: Legal and letter size at The Times. MAIL ORDERS FOR P-RESCRIP: tions and other needs filled promptly at Blue Drug and Jewelry, Spearfish, S.D. 37tfn ILr RADIO-PHONOGRAPH REPAIRS. Complete line of parts tor all radios, record changers. All work guaranteed. Gambles, Spearfish, S.D. tin RANCH LOANS: LONG TERM, low interest rate real estate mortgages. Driscoll-Hanson, Inc., Rapid City, S.D. 41tin. ART PAPER--MANY COLORS, k12, 50c a package. The Times. FIVE HOUSES FOR SALE - 4 IN South Sundance, one in main Sundance. 3 cabins for sale cheap, in South Sundance. Wy- oming Lands . Edwin Rounds Realtor. fin. BRING YOUR RADIOS TO GAM- ble's in Spearfish for expert se vies. 29tfn. INVENTORY SHEETS AT THE Times FOR SALE -- JACUZZI WATER pump systems. Crook County Re- finery, fin. FOR SAW-FILING AND OTHER saw repair, see Roy ,Tones, one mile east of Sundance. 6tfn. ROCK WOOL INSULATION blown, roofing and outside paint- ing. Lloyd Fox, Montgomery Ward, Deadwood, S.D. 13-16" FOR RENT: ROOM; ELDERLY folks welcome. Mrs. Hazel T. Horlocker, Moorcroft, Wyo. 14- 16". BUY BEST ADAPTED ALFALFA, Brome, Wheatgrass, dwarf yel- low Sweet Clover and Pasture Mixtures to fit your farm and ranch, dfrect from Bober Seed House, Newell, S. D. and save money. 14-17. FOR SALE: 1952 STREAMLITE trailer house, 27-ft., excellent condition, terms available. Paul Snell, Sundance. 15-18" WANTED: MIDDLEAGED OR older woman to cook for elderly couple on ranch. Modern home, no laundry, good wages. Frank Watt, Moorcroft, Wyo. 15-16 FOR SALE: 7 CU. FT. REFRIG- erator; oak kitchen table, cab- inets. Bob Sherrard, Sundance. 15-16 WILL DO CUSTOM FARMING. Call or Write Delos Roadifer, Sundance. 15-18" FOR SALE: 76-RPM ADMIRAL record player, table model, good condition - $15. Sundance Elec- tric. It HOUSE FOR SALE: THREE, 2- bedroom residences at Keyhole Dam Government Camp approx- imately 18 miles northeast of Moorcroft, Wyoming. These houses must be moved. Bid forms available at local postof- lice or Bureau of Reclamation, Post Office Box 825, Huron, S. D. 16-17 HOUSE FOR SALE: 4-ROOM house, reasonably priced. Clark Allen, Phone 146R3, Sundance. 16-18. FOR SALE: USED FRIGIDAIRE automatic washer - $140. Tracy Motor Co., Sundance. 16-17 FEED BARLEY FOR SALE: Could be used for seed. Ed Roth, Phone 86-J, Spearfish, S. D. 16- 17. FOR SALE: USED KELVINATOR refrigerator - $75. Tracy Motor Co., Sundance. 16-17 USED METAL BEDS FOR sale; complete with springs and mattresses $25 each. Bear Lodge Hotel. 16-18. FOR SALE: NEW GENERAL Electric vacuum cleaners, with all attachments - $69.95. Sun- dance Electric. It Lake Cook Mr. and Mrs. Berle Morris went to Newcastle, Wyo. Friday to see Mrs. Morris mother. Idolo Giachino took Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dirks and children to Belle Fourche Saturday afternoon to see the show "Chief Crazy Horse." Gilda A. Case came home with Dirkses after the show while her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Case and Charles and Dollie Dirks all went to the dance at Farrall. Dinner guests and visitors at C. Dirkses Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Case and Gilda, Idolo Giach- inn, Mr. and Mrs. Berle Morris. The men helped brand calves. Fred Case and Charles Dirkses Jr. were out Sunday trying out their motor boat. Mrs. Georgia Powers, Mrs. John Binney and Mrs. Ray Good "were shoppers in Spearfish Saturday. smile/ ImLLY AGED KEHTUCKY '  GTKA|GHT} eoua"oml I WHISKEY; \\; THIS WHISKEY 15 FOOt  OLD 86 PIK:)OF' 'NI OLD SONNY |OOK COMPANY, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCK I. II II I I I Extension Otfine Notes i Weed Killers The chemical dalapon is the sel- ective plant killer for grassy weeds. For annual grassy weeds dalapon is applied at five to eight pounds of acid per acre; Forty gallons of water. All perennials grassy weeds, such as quack grass, fox- tail barley and wild oats rates of thirty to sixty pounds per acre have given complete control in one season. However, spot treatment may be necessary the followin'g year. Applications should be made in the spring while the annual weeds are seedlings or before the perennials begin to head. Research workers are constantly finding var- iations, which causes them to make different recommendations almost every year. The Wyoming Exten- sion Service is printing a new bulletin which will give up to date recommendations for the con- trol of various weeds. This bulle- tin should be available soon. New Bulletin "Control Recommendations for Crop Insects" circular 143, is a new Wyoming Agricultural Exten- sion Service circular which gives the latest recommendations for controlling insect pests on crops. The recommendations were com- piled by T. R. Robb - Extension Entomologist, and W. D. Frank and R. E. Pfadt, Wyoming Agricul- tural Experiment Station Entomol- ogists. The circular is divided in- to sections by crops. Under each crop, it lists insect pests and meth- ods of control. Crops covered in- clude: Alfalfa and clover; crested wheatgrass, beans, peas; potato; sugar beets; small grains; corn. Insects and their controls listed include: Alfalfa weevil; army cut- worm; blister beetle; clover seed chalcid; clover-head aphid; grass- hoppers; lygus bug; pea aphid; sweetclover weevil; crested wheat- grass bug; flea beetle. Mexican bean beetle; seed-corn maggot; wireworms; pea weevil; Colorado potato beetle; potato psy- llid; tuber flea beetle; beet web- worm; sugar-beet root aphid; sug- ar-beet root maggot; army worm. English grain aphid; green bug; pale western cutworm; wheat stem maggot; wheat stem sawfly; wheat jointworm; white grubs; corn ear- worm. This circular is available in the Extension Office. 4-H Council Meeting The Extension Service personnel will have State Supervisor person- nel visiting this weekend. Louie Schilt, County Agent Leader, Eliz- abeth Ronger, Home Demonstra- tion Agent Leader, and Burton Marston and Gladys Oiler, State 4-H Club leaders will be in the county on the 22nd and 23rd. On the afternoon of the 23rd, the County 4-H Council will meet to complete plans for the Rural Life Sunday Program and 4-H Camp. The State Supervisors will meet with the council. Calendar of Events April 22: Redwater Farm Bur- eau Meeting. Sunny Divide Farm Bureau meeting. April 23i Sundance Farm Bur- eau Meeting. 4-H Council meeting in Sundance at 2:00 p.m. April 27: Weed and Pest Control Meeting. May 7: Northeastern Wyoming Hereford Association Show and Sale in Sundance. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE All creditors and others inter- ested in the estate of Isabelle P. Tallman, deceased, take notice that the undersigned Administratrix of said estate will, on or before the 13th day of May, 1955, file in the office of the Clerk of Court of Crook County, Wyoming, her final account and petition for distribu- tion of said estate, where anyone interested may examine such ac- count and petition and file objec- tions thereto in writing at any time before the 24th day of May, I 1955, and if no objections are fil- , i ed thereto, she will make final | settlement of said estate on the 25th day of May, 1955, or as soon ] thereafter as the matter may be i heard. Dated this 21st day of April, [ 1955. ] Minnie E. Driskell, Administratrix Jones and Dumbrill, Attorneys ! April 21-28-May 5-12. i ! ! protect yourself from ANOTHER SERVICE OF YOUR FARM BUREAU INSURANCE COMPANY Thousands of Wyoming farmers and ranchers safeguard the in- vestment in their homes, farm buildings, machinery and cattle with Wyoming Farm Bureau Insurance Services complete fire insurance. To Farm Bureau members, Farm Bureau Fire protec- tion is available at cost, making possible maximum coverage at minimum cost. Remember, Farm Bureau Fire Insurance is planned specifically for farfnen and ranchers: Talk wfth the local repre- sentative of Wyoming Farm Bureau Insurance Service to. day, or mail the coupon below for complete information. Ruth FrOlander SPECIAL AGENT Phone 107R3 Sundauce, Wye0 Madam: Please see that I receive complete information about Fire In- suranee offered by Wyoming Farm Bureau Insurance Services. Name Addrt THE SUNDANCE Sundance, Wyo. April 21, Kara Creek Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mills Sunday guests at Garmans. and his brother and son busy chopping and hauling they bought from Heetland in Aladdin the past week. Art Zimmerschied had Thompson haul baled hay the bridge to his place by as it was impossible to get any other way. The maintainer went along Kara Creek Monday can get in and out now. . , Rawleigh Mills visited wi  ald Thompson Sunday Billy Hayworth spent night and Bobby Chaser Wednesday night with him. Visiting at the Fred place Sunday were Mr. Paul Dillavou and family Thompsons. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mrs. Wayne Music of visited with home folkS. bought Fred Tschetter's car. Helen Zimmerschied couple of days at her ranch last week. Page Thorn was a caller old home place Saturday. After having supper with folks Monday evening, Mrs. Bert Wegner and Mrs. Music left for their home in dan. Second Sheets at The ' WD9 TRACTOE New head, injecti0D nozzles, fully guarPP' teed, completely over' hauled. CASE VAC NearlY new rubber, t0 mechanical shape. 1951 JEEP Five brand new Goodyear Shurgrip, than 8,000 miles, e plctely o v e r h a u 1 clean, good buy. 1954 JEEP 4-WH $ DRIVE PICKUF Extra good rubber, than 10,000 miles, buy, new car w 1952 CHEVRO L K TON 4-speed, good heater, clean, good ehanieal condition. Farm,Eq, and Supply Belle Fourche S. P'