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In The Black Hills of Wyo. The Sundance Times, Sundance, Wyoming For Victory Buy War ADVERTISEMENTS APPEARING UNDER THIS HEADING WILL CHARGED FOR AT THE RATE OF lc PER WORD. MINIMUM CH&RGE 15c : OARD OF THANKS ---------$I.00 I)EBTS COLLECTED--WE WILL either collect your notes, judge- ments, mortgages, or accounts, or no charge. Anywhere. 35 years experience. Best of ref- erences. Write us. R. C. VALENTINE CO., MARSHALL- TOWN, IOWA. 5tfe. FOR SALF,--- R E G I S T E RE D Hereford Bulls, Yearlings and Twos.---Dillon B. Ruland, Alva, Wyo. tt~a. FOR SALE---USI~D FURNITURtE and Stoves. -- Thompson Motor (k~., Phone 67, Spearfish. ONE THOUSAND ACRE RANCH fer sale, $5.00 per A. Running water and reservoirs, school mile, 9 miles north of Oshoto Wyoming.---John P. Stubbart 26-34 MILK COW FOR SALE--BIL'LY Ownbey, Hulett, Wyo. 29-30* ~rANTED---HAY PUT UP. CON- tract for cash or oll shares. Call m SUNDANCE 8:00 P. M. SATURDAY--SUNDAY JULY 29---30 (reff'.:Iar shows will be held on Saturday and Sunday evening un- til further notice) "No Time for Love" also selected shorts and PARA- X0UNT'S UP-T0-2rKE-]EINUTE NEWS COMING NEXT WEEK "TORNADO" or see J. C. Miller, Bush Ranch Sundance. 30-32 FOR SALE--1 LARGE ENAMEL- ed healed, for coal or wood Mrs. George Richards, tIulett, \Vyo. It ItELP ~'ANTED AT ONCE -- Waitress-Dishwasher. Tri-State Care, I~elte Fourche. 30 tfn. SEVERAL DOZEN QT. FRUIT jars for sale, 25c per doz. -- Mrs. Ed. Vopat, Spearfish, S. D. R. R. 2. it FOR SALE--GRADE III TIRES--- 1-7:00-16; 1-6:50-16 passenger tires and 1-6:00-16 tractor tire. Crook County Refinery. Sun- dance. It X REAL ESTATE TKAI S _ RS Land transfers recorded in the county clerk's offict this past week were: Mary D. Linn to Edwin F. (Pidge) Thorn; Moore Hill cem- etery Assoc. to Thea. E. Tromble; Russell H. Twiford to Mary But- ler; Clara V. Williams to Ken- neth R. Ealy; Ella M. Boland to Zea G. Russell. l TWINS BORN TO DUNGEYS Twins, a boy and a girl. were horn Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Kay Dungey. friends from Alad- din report. Another Aladdin couple, Mr. and Mrs. John ~Vhalen, are the parents of a daughter born Sun- day at lhe John Burns hospital in Belle Fourehe. X ' MASS TO BE HELD HERE SUNDAY The Rev. Paul E. Foster, pas- tor of the Catholic church at Newcastle, Wyo., will be in Sun- dance on Sunday, July 30, to of- fer Mass for the Catholics in Sun- dance and vicinity. The services will be held at the home of Sirs. Julia Farrell at 11:00 a. m. X Personal Items Guests at the Ray Fall home Sunday were her sister, Mrs. Burlington and two sons and a daughter from Custer. One of the boys left the following day to en- ter the army. Due to ill health we will hold a closing out auction sale at the ranch located 19 miles north of Hulett, Wyo., 7 miles north of Seely, Wyo., follow the sign from mail box, on . . . , JULY 31, 1944 SALE STARTS AT 12:30 P. M --COME EARLY "Skinny" Dudrey and son Nor- man arrived last week from ~Vashington to visit with friends and relatives. His plans are in- definite and he may stay here. A guest at the Gaylord Zane home is Mrs, Clara Knowles, a~t tittI?t Of (iayloId's. Slip i~ h(:r~ frown \Vashillgton, I). ('. and t-~x- peers to l'etllain s~veral we,ks Loretta McMahon Bu!man and her husband were here briefly Tuesday enroute to Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., from Seattle. Ile is a pa rat rooper. Billy Steiger of Hulett was dismissed from the Belle Fourehe hospital Saturday. On Monday, Barbara Tromble of Hulett was admitted for minor surgery. Irene Stoddard, also of Hulett, under- went minor surgery Monday. Mrs. O. C. Dinkins left Sunday for a visit with her husband at his camp in California. She expects to be gone about two weeks. The two little boys are staying with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Watson. Evening Shows at 7:30 and 9:30 Matinee Saturday at 1:30 Continuous Shows Smlday Shows at 2:00; 4:80; 7:30; 9:30 Friday Saturday, July 28th. 29th Double Feature Program Richard Arlen: Mary. Beth Hughes in "TIMBER QUEEN" and Charles StaIwett, Kay Harris in "HAIL TO THE RANGERS" Chap. No. 9, "CAPTAIN AMER- ICA" Play "Wahoo' Saturday Night Sunday, Monday, July 80, 31 Robert Walker, Donna Reed "SEE HERE PRIVATE HAR- GROVE" News and Selected Short Subjects Newsreel Forum Latest March of Time "BACK DOOR TO TOKYO" Tuesday. Wednesday, August 1, 2 Ann Miller, Jess Barker in "JAM SESSION" with Charles Brown, Eddie Kane Selected Short Subjects I Howard E. Smart the recently] become district head of the appointed agent of the bfutual ablel Life Insurance Co. Life Insurance Co. of New York, I was accompanied by his wife. was a Sundance caller Tuesday.I Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kui He is taking the place of Waldo~and family were here from Teeter who recently resigned to, Prairie Tmsday on business. Thursday 0nly, August 3rd Barg Night Everybody Half Price Bring The Whole Family A REPEAT SHOWING Betty Grable, John Payne in "SPRINGTrt . IN THE ROCK- IES" All In Technicolor Selected Short Subjects A REAL GOOD SHOW All fresh meat brought to the Crook County Frozen Food Lockers must be SHARP FROZEN and PROPERLY WRAP- PED before being placed in lockers. THIS IS NECESSARY since it is impossible to hold room .tem.perature at required minimum when fresh meat is placed m boxes thus endangering, through spoilage, meat already placed in lockers. THIS PROCESS me s a saving to you and protects the rest of our customers. Your "cooperation will be appreciate& Food :FRED Y. GOOD Write a note to your friends in the service. They're always l o o k- ing for your letters. We are inaugurating a new service to encourage this. Friends and relgtives are asked to bring in addresses of ser- vice men and women which we'll keep on file. Paper, envelopes, and stamps will be furnished and letters sent from here. (Those who wish to contribute toward this expense may do so). Just add a note and when the envelopes are full they'll be sent. i 10 --. HEAD OF CATTLE -- 10 Sundance 6 MII H COWS, 5 giving milk; 4 YEARLING STEERS i I 7 -- HEAD OF HORSES 7 TEAM WELL MATCHED BELGIANS; 3 YEARLINGS; 1 PALOMINO COLT; 1 PAINT, 2 years old. , 45 HEAD OF YOUNG SHEEP---2 HOGS Farm Machinery, Household Goods, Pepperell--25 Wool Tools, etc. Cotton--50 Rayon Ranch and Buildings at Auction 400 acres land, well fenced and cross fenced: four different Single Size--72 x84 pastures; plenty of water, 3 reservoirs, 2 springs; 1 well with pump in the house: good improvements----6-room house built All Colors 3 years ago. double garage and shop. barn and granaries, chicken house and other out buildings: about 60 acres hay land, 50 acres farm land. Anyone interested in buying this Price ranch, or anything else advertised, is welcome to come any time before day of sale and look it over---Terms will be an- nounced day of sale. , Free Lunch Served on the Grounds---Bring cups and sugar TERMS---Cash. Those wishing time see banker before sale. BERT L. HARROD, Auct. Y STOCILKEN'S BANK, Clerk EVERYTHING TO WEAR SUNDANCE, WYOMING