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Buy War Bonds Kara Creek and Mrs. M. L. Shepperson called at the Ames home Jones was in Sundance getting repairs for his George Graham family at Albert Grahams Tuesday. and Mrs. Bill Ames, Elsie Billie were Sundance shop- Tuesday. a few from this vicinity the circus in Sundance and all report a large and a good time. Geo. Strong writes that he been to London on leave rec- He sent home a lot of of Piccadilly Circus. Getzinger and Robert who are working for Shepperson spent last in town. L. Jones was shopping in and Gillette the last of Week. and Mrs. W. A. Ames and Mrs. George Strong and spent Friday evening at Shepperson home. Gill called at the Shep- home Monday morning. X Arch Creek services for Willie son of Mr. and Mrs. Ondrezeik, were held at the County Greenwood Ceme- Thursday, July 20. r. and Mrs. ,Jack t.'inch sp:,V evenin~ at the horn( o', and Mrs. Ern~st Canfield. Jun~- Ondrezeik ;*e tn;l,,! Wednesday for her blo~ be~: Si~e will leave again ,July 24,:h. June is e'm- at the present time in Oregon. Harley Douglas and Miss Ankeney were in Upton attending the dance at place July 15th from the Creek community were Miss Ankeney and her fa- and Mr. Harley Douglas. Georgia Douglas and ne- Mrs. Ernest Canfield and B. J. Ankeney, Jr. at- the circas in Sundance July 16th. Kokesh and family were Monday. Douglas spent XVednes- Newcastle. Steele, S 2-c, of Sun- his mother and brother, Wednesday afternoon at home. David is sta- at Farragut, Idaho. --X PRICES FOR HAY a dollar-and-cents roof alfalfas hay now. The ceiling is $19.00 per toni on a loose basis un- when the price goes moves up to $20.00 in and $20.50 for Janu- April, were placed on alfalfa all levels to curb mount- nera! Auto Repatrmg All ]Kakes of Cars Welding and Recapping MOTOR CO. 67 Spearfish NORWOOD, 0. D., Eyesight Specialist Nebraska, AGAIN AUGUST IST AT 4:00 P. M. IN SUNDANCE AUGUST UNTIL 4:00 P. ]L and your children's He is a very ex- experienced Ret- and an Opthalmoscoplst, enables him to perfectly and properly diag- The Stmdance Times, Sundance, Wyoming ing prices and prevent resultant ~rice rises of such essential com- modities as livestock and live- stock products. Previously, max- imums for the hay had been in effect in only eight Western States and part of Texas. ~hile the new ceilings average $1.25 per ton higher than the previous prices in effect in the West, they wilt amount to reductions of as much as $5 to $7 per ton in the retail selling price in some sec- tions. Hay officially certified as U. S. No. 1 Alfalfa or U. S. No. 2 Leafy carries a $2 per ton higher ceil- ing and U. S. Extra Leafy a $5.00 per ton higher ceiling. Base prices may be increased by $5.00 per ton if the hay is baled by the single compress method, or by $7 if the double compress method is used. Definite dollar-per-ton markups are specified for dealers and retailers in the regulation and producers may act as retail- ers where they deliver the hay at a point off the farm where grown. WYOMING PICNIC ANNOUNCED ~rs. Alice Richards McCreery, president of the Wyoming State Society of Southern California, announces an all-day picnic in Sycamore Grove Park, Los Angel- es. for Sunday, August 6th, 1944. Each county is asked to send a delegate ~o reI)resent that county at a meeting to be held at 2:00 I)- m. ~o [ransaet ne(.essary busi- lleSS. I In The Black Hills of Wyo. This is a splendid time and place to meet and greet old friends. Service men and women will be honored guests. Coffee will be serve and badges and reg- isters provided. .Z LATEST OUTLOOK ON FEED SITUATION "Wartime drains on the nation's reserves of feed grains have been so heavy that these reserves ap- pear likely to be only about 55 percent of the average for the 1937-41 period. However, indica- ted reductions in hog and poultry numbers and prospects for rela- tively favorable grain crops in- dicate that the feed supply situ- ation in the 1944-45 feeding year probably may be more favorab]e with respect to livestock require- ments than in 1943-44. X DAUGHTER BORN TO SCHLATTMANS A daughter, Christine Marvelle, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schlattman of Mooreroft on Thursday, July 13, at the Gillette hospital. She weighed 7 lbs., 4 OZ. X HOME ON FURLOUGH YROM OVERSEAS Lt. Roy Johannessen, who has been overseas some months, ar- rived Saturday in Moorcroft and is visiting his wife, Mary, at the (;:aves ranch. I YES--if your present tires ~re no longer serviceable, B and C dKvers are n~w ehgible to buy new tires, with cerSiicate, COME hERE FOR HELP-- CROOK COUNTY REFINERY HERE = NOW = YOURS Wifh a Grade.l Certificate ROAD-TESTED -- and rated "'A-No. I" by taxi owners, po- lice ~rols, |m'mers and others whose judgment is backed by long. hnrd use. Into this tire go Goo~ear tire- building de- veloped over 29 years oi soles lead- e hip .... It's got to be GOOD to be a GOODYF, AR. F4us tm~ Skze 6.00-16 YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE FOR A TRUCK AIRWHEEL Now available to essential users of light delivery trucks used exclusively by medical or dental labora- tories, drugs, medicinal supplies, essential foods, dry cleaners and laundries. Si=e G.oo- 6 $19.27 AIRWH[EL ' FLUS TAX ~k" AN OFFICIAL TIRE INSPECTION STATION * Sundance, Wyoming DAUGHTF BORNTO ROY THOMlaSONS Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thompson of Moorcroft are the parents of a daughter born Thursday, July 13, at the Gillette hospital. The baby, named Betty Ann, weigh- ed 6 pounds and 4 oz. INSURANCE COMPANY of NEW YORE.," .e- ANNOUNCES THE APPOINTMENT OF HOWARD E. SMART AS REPRESENTATIVE OF THE COMPANY AT Newcastle, Wyoming ] for Weston and Crook Counties Ralph H, Smith, Mgr. Claude R, Drown, Div. Mgr. NOT ONE OF YOUR LIVESTOCK IS EXPENDABI . SAVE ALL THE ANIMALS YOU CAN BY CAREFUL TREATNENT OF DISEASE. Vaccinate Against Diseases Prevent Bruises Treat Grubby Cattle Eliminate Pink Eye Eliminate Bangs Disease Give Phenothiazine for Nodular Worms VISIT OUR COMPLETELY STOCKED ANIMAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT SEND FOR BOOKLET 100 Phenothiazine Tablets .............. $6.00 Phenothiazine Drench, gallons ...... $5.00 (Ready-Mixed for Use) Phenothiazine Powder, per 100 lb. $85.00 (Phenothiazine is effective for removal of Common Stomach Worm, Lesser Stomach Worm. and Nodular Worms in sheep). 100 Franklin Tetra Capsules .......... $3.00 (For the destruction of Stomach Worms. Round Worms, and Hook Worms in Sheep, Goats and Other Animals). Franklin's Drench Powder--Less Than V, zc per dose for lambs (Effective for Expelling Both Stomach and Tape Worms). "YOUR RED STAMP STORE" YOUR DOCTOR'S AID Belle Fourche, Phone 74 South Dakota II /[ I I II I