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AND BOOKKEEP- Cubbison, 4 t~a FOR PRESCRIP- ,~d other needs filled at Blue Drug and sh, S.D. 37tfn TOPS---- Earl 1 Sons, Spearfish, HOUSEHOLD 10c counter The Store, Sundance. 18tfn LEASE 50 OR 60 COWs to run on shares. write Ed Hoyer, S.D. 29-30 ( PEERING for sale. In good shape. Moorcroft, ~,Vyo. Ill CHEVROLET good condition. -- Moorcroft. 29-30* TRADE WHILE GO- School.If you are a !n or Sophomore in and are willing to and learn a trade and wage for it, while after school and Satur- quire at the Sundance July 27. 1/2 TON ~HEV- --- Ruth Frolan- adance. SELL OR TRADE guns, fishing goods of all supply of large at present--Gam. Spearfish. ---Stfn ~" OLIGHTPLANT antes for sale-- Roy Sundance. tfn "4 "I~OM PARTIAL- house, a mile from ire at Turf Bar. ' ~;OWS AND PIGS Owner call, pay~ and take hogs.---Jim Udance Old Jeff Mul- 20 miles 1~'. of on Kara Creek. JOHN DEER]i 12-Inch bottom one bottom sulky plow Carlile. ~ONS" oF HAY Per ton in the stack. ~ Devits Tower Wyo. 3033. WANTED TO RENT -- THREE or four roomed house unfurn- ished in or near Sundance.--- Mrs. A. J. Burch, Care Kate Meisner. 3-DA~" SERVICE ON KODAK film developing--Fawkes Drug, Sundance. FOR SA~LE--LIGItT PLANT BY Briggs-Stratto, 6 H. P. Air- Cooled Engine. U. ,S. .Motors Generator. l15V 1500 Watt, like new.--Bill Mahoney, Hul- ett, Wyo. HAVE YOU SEEN TIlE GIBSON Cookall Automatic Electric Range at I)usek's in Rapid City. SPEEDY WAY TO DRY YOUR wash without work--a Black- stone dryer from Dusek's, 919 Main in Rapid City. MORE GRACIOUS LIVING \VITH furniture from I)useks in Rap- id City. x-- Personal Items, Amon,~ those from Sundance who attended the movie in Belle Fourche Sunday. July 18 were Mrs. tIazel Kelly and daughter Phyllis, June Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. James T. McGuckin and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Thomas. Mrs. Russell Phillips left Sun- day, July 18 for her home in Hol- lywood, California. Mrs. Phil- lips has been visiting some tPme with her aunt, Margaret John- stone, of Sundanee. The Glltner Brothers of Beul- I I Veterans with service-connect- ed disabilities rated 60 percent or more in degree will receive ad- ditional compensation in the form of allowan.ces foe dependents un- der terms of a new law, Veterans Administration announces. The increases, which will be- come effective with the month of September, 19)8, range up to a maximum of "$97 per month for a 100-percent disabled war ve- eran with a wife, three or mmre children, and lJwo dependent par- en|s. Eligi,ble for the increases are veterans of any war or peacetime service iu the Armed Forces who have service-connected disabili- ti(s of 60 percent or more, and who have olle or more depend- ents. Under previously-exisiting law, disability compensation was bas- ed upon the degree of disability, plus additional statutory awards for amputations, ~olindness, etc., whether or not the veteran had dependents. Such veterans will continue to receive their regular compensation payments, to which will be added such additional amounts as they may be entitled to for dependents under the new law. Instrucnons for the use of vet- ah, Emmet L. Faih of Rocky- erans in applying for the new de- point, H. A. Stockton of Aladdin Tpendency benefits will be issued and E. J. Holeomtb of Alva werelin the near future tbusiness callers in Sundance Mon.[ The number of i'ivi~g veterans day, July 12. J ]on Veterans Administration dis- . John Bunney of Aladdin, Har-] ability com'pensation and pension oert Robinson of Mooreroft, and~rolls has decreased steadily over Francis Brlslawn of Oshoto ,were] the past 13 months VA said The in Sundance Thursday, July 15. I total dropped from a peak of John Bunney of Aladdin was12,328,000 on May I, 1947 to 2: at the county courthouse Wednea- 289,000 on June 1, 1948. day of last week. i VA reminds veterans that July Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roe of 31 is the last day ,for reinstate, Gillette stopped to visit ,friends ment of lapsed National tServiee in Sundance on Tuesday They ,, ' Life Insurance on a comparative were enroute to Rapid City t health" basis. keep a business engagement. Before August 1~ an eligible Dr. Rodney Port, Sundance vet- veteran may reinstate any amount erinarian, has nearly completed his new office building and used it for the first time on Tuesday when he set into use his new operating room for a small an- imal operation. Mrs. A. L. T~incoln is staying with Mr. and ~Irs. Leon Dillon for some time. Mrs. Lincoln is Mrs. Dillon's mother. This week we are selling Bacon s at 39c a pound. Delux Plums 23c for the large 2% can. These are in heavy syrup and aa excellent buy in canned fruit We still have some coffee in the bag at 45c a pound. Try a pound ff not satmfactory the purchase will be refunded. Flour still the same price, 50 lb. bag. This flour is fully Iteed to give perfect satisfaction. Try us with your next grocery or Bring In Your Eggs We Like to Trade Herb Phone 2A of term insurance from $1,000 to $10,000, in multiples of $500 --regardless of the length of time it has been lapsed, and usually without a physical examination. He need only fill out a simple ap- plication form, in which he cer- tifies that his health is as good as when the policy lapsed, and pay premiums for two months. The privilege of reinstating on this i)asis will be available after July 31 only to veterans whose policies have been lapsed for less titan three months. Where the period of lapse is three months or longer, the veteran will be re- quired to take a physical examin- ation and qualify as an insurable risk, VA said. Veterans should contact their nearest VA office for reinstate- ment application forms and for assistance- in reinstating their lapsed insurance. X FORMER RESIDENTS VISIT IN SUNDANCE Mr. aria Mrs. L. M. Pltzer (Mar- garet Russell) and sons George and Jimmy, Mrs. Walter G. Rus- sell and Betty Thrush of Sunny- side, Yakima Valley, Washington, visited relatives and old time flqends in Sundanee Wednesday and Thursday of last week. The group had visited relatives in Helena and IAvingston, Mon- tana after touring the famous Yellowstone National Park. They visited relatives in Sheridan and Osage, Wyo. While stopping in Sundance they motored to the Devils Tower and Spearfish, South Dakota. 'They also vtsited their old home, near Inyan Kara mountain, now owner by Mr. and Mrs. Louis 01ah, and at the InYan Kara eem, etery they erected a tombstone at the grave of little Reta Russell. After visiting Clara Roark and her mother, Grandma Shell In Newcastle the group is home- ward bound by way of Denver, Pueblo and Salt Lake City. X The Crook County Library is getting a new" coat of ,paint this week and has alsp received an addition of some now book cases. ~] Forest .Supervisor M. J. Weber, and Mrs. Weber stopped at the Sundance Ranger station to visit Saturday. They were returning to their home in Custer, South Dakota after vacationing through northern Wyoming. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Stortz of O~naha and General and Mrs. Fred Evans of Denver spent sev- eral days at the Nels Smith ranch at Beulah. ~Mrs. George Kellog, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Durfee of Sundance, arrived Monday, July 19 from Rapid Ciy, S. Dak. to spend a short time here. Charles and Andra Kellog will return to to Rapid City with theirXmother. A reception was held at the Methodist Church Tuesday evenin,g for Rev. Charles Roberts, the nev pastor. Mr. and Mrs. ~Villiam Mauch, Mr. and Mrs. I,ester Maueh, ,Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Maueh and Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Willi~mson spent Sunday at the Devils Tow- er. Mr. and Mrs. Logan Brimmer spent the weekend in the Black Hills. Paul Cummings was a caller in Sundanee on Monday, July 19. X GRIZZLY BEAR 4-H CLUB Grizzly Bears met at Chuck Sheweys July 13th. There were 6 members and 3 visitors. We decided to use the money we made for a picnic in August. Our leader read some things to us about the State Fair. Our next meeting will be August 10, 1948. After our meeting there was a delicious lunch served by Mrs. i Shewey. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. July 22, 1948 From Januar~ to May of this year Navy and C~ast Guard crews destroyed 143 floating Japanese mines which had just reached the West ,Coast since the recent war. Under administrative c6ntroI of the Office of Naval Research, 29 non-governmental scientific agencies will spend $1,300,060 conducting biological and medical research projects for the Atomic Energy Commission. NOTICE DR. EDWARD 3. NORWOOD 0. D. Optometrist from Crawford, Nebraska will be in Hulett August 3 at Ho- tel until 4 p. m. Sundance Aug- ust 4 at hotel until 4 p. m. Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted 2, 4-D Magic Weed Killer saLS wttos o, uoNtY MCK [ 8 Ounce* ,~dk* Let Us Install i That New ) Sundance 25,000 to 55,000 BTU Oil Heaters 2--30-Gallon Bottle Gas Water Heaters 1 Norge 32-Volt 8 Ft. Refrigerator 1 Norge 6-Ft. Upright Home Freezer 1 Deep Freeze 6-Ft Home Freezer 1--G. E. 4-Ft. Home Freezer l--Admiral 9 Ft. Refrigerator 2--Admiral 9 Ft. Combination Refrigerator and Home Freezers, Phone 67 Speadish