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,. + PERSONAL, : ] will be a dance at the Griee' Earl Banks was confined to his " ,I Ly night, August 21st. bed for several days last week with llr. and Mrs. Lee Gasft arethe pround an attack of illness of a baby girl. born Saturday. A cold drizzle of rain has been a of this vicinity the past two~ MON~ Hal Baxter is gathering his horses 'i,~ Emma Tichnor, who has been in preparatory to shipping to market. ~'Ih~lwood this summer, returned Sat- ~rday. Mrs. Davis of Terhune was a cal!er at Mona postoffice, Tuesday. There will be a ballgame here gUaday afternoon, the local team lflayin g Beulah. W. O.-Pennell of Menu was attend t~Siness matters in Sundance one day Winton Davis of Fayettville Ark., motored thru Mona Saturday to meet his wife at Colony. E. E. Sims and family accompanied the past weel~, by Miss E;nora K. Davis started Sun- = (tay in the formers ear for Springfield, --JlI James T. MeGuckin an:l Frank Idaho to visit a sister of Mrs. Sims tze}ton attended business matters in !and Miss Davis. IIoorcroft Tuesday f 1 " H. L Sims has b~ea busy lately get- | Po:ter Bowman returned ~rom Snore- ;: ting carpenters and the.material ready ~ento, Calif., last week. He has been i to build s-heel houses iu District No. linking an academic course. 2~. Miss Irva Ires left Tuesday forl Mr. andMrs. BrookerofBellefJurche ~:Ciearmont where she will visit f:qends! were dhmer guests at the Waltzer he l ,x two weeks, ranch Sunday. -J. I.. \VMker o~ Sheridan, Singer Mr. L. J. Butterfield of ttot Springs machine repres~mtat:.ve ~ is in the big bend country gathering al~nt several days iq th:.s vicinity ~ts week. Bill Sehmidt of Kara Mountain was ~lmi to Aubodin, Iowa, last week to ~tcad the funeral or his brother's ~e held Sunday. Dr. Bostwick and Dr. Adams of Hu- were in Sundance Monday on bus- It was the first visit of Dr. &dams here since 1920. Anna, James, Louise. and Doris ROark returned to town Tuesday from + ~Week's visit with their aunt. Mrs. El. G. McMoran, KeIsey Reed left Sunday for Spo- kane, Wash., where his mother Mrs. Newbecker resides Mr. and Frank drove him to Upton. W. H. Beck of St. Paul, Minn., ar- rived in Sundance Wednesday of last Week for a two week's vi.~it with his ~lster-in-law. Mrs. h~ary Frank. horses, Mr. and Mrs. Colin Masaie drove to Sheridan last Friday, taking the latters parents and brother that far on their return trip to thier home in Indiana. They returned Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs, Hanson Justice drove ou~ from Belle Fourche Sunday to visit relatives in the Mona vicinity. ALADDIN ~ews is about as scarce as hans teeth as the men folks are busy wRh grain harvest whMe the women are busy with the garden and earl? frt.lt harvest. M. Frojd and family were visitors at the Blake ranch a week ago last S~nday. Here &,e Americans. visitors to the SesquFCentennial International Expo- sition in Philadelphia whh~h ~elebr~t~s tlie 150th anniversary of the signing of the Declarat~n of Independence, riding about the lagoons In an Italian c~ft. a gondola, from which they view the b~lldlnga and displays from ms~uy l'tnd~ In the distance can be se~n the mammoth Seequl Stadium; to the right i| the signal tower of the United States ~t Guard building and exhibit, and to the left Is one ~ the Japanese pagodas which dot the exposition ground& The GFecl~n pavilion is one of the permanent stru~tur~ an the site before the cl~ government de~l~ted to build the Sesqul at the front door of the gre~t Phl~delphl~ Navy Yard. The Exl~osirtou continues tmt/l Dee~mbet~ L t il I HOT SPRINGS CLINIC Medicine, Surge, y, Radium, X-Ray, Eye, Ear, No &Throat . CLINICAL LABORATORIES Cancer, Diseases o~ Children, Obstetrics HOT SPRINGS, SOUTH DAKOTA American Beaut:; eap~cting [o rattan to 'Sundazxc~ it, Arthcr Blake was shoppin;L in tw, vn ; e ~ ~ r ~ mta,- Chin,, wa e ee Mr{. Carrie Miller, of Miana, F!~. is __ ___ ! ' rreu iS'"""fora S'coupiei 'me o,Farr Uweeks.a" l:Juliais ltOI.ISl'O t In cor ideratiol, :or Cash trade we,re Mrs. Miller first visit to Wyoming and away this beaUtifiul American China. Cou- has'~eenShe remarkSon herit istrip.the bes~ country sV.e ranehMrS'toMinniea SheridanWatsnpartyhaS andrented'will l~ertgo! pens are given with each cash purchase and on " all accounts paid in full the first of each month. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Franklin of to Sheridan with Mr. and Mrs. Sam 81Jearfish have traded their Spearfish]Rice for an indefinite time. t For instance: $5.00 worth of tra~e gi:es you $5.00 property for the Davis r~nch south ofI G.M. Gast spent Sunday withOliverI in c?uponS for which you can recei c a Dessert ~uudance and will make their home[Boone. / Fruit dish. Coupons given with every purchase there in the future. They are well[ Mrs. Harry Port received the sadt known here and their friends will be 1 glad to see them back to Sundanee. ] news of the death of her mother last [ O~ ten cents or more. week. Mrs. Port left immediately for! There is no link to the number of items K heavy hail storm struck the el- ] Iowa. The family have the sympathy } cinity of Oshoto July 24th covering of the entire neighborhood.- i YOU can secure. (Some in, write us or phone for a territory about two miles wide Mrs. Frelander h~n returned to her] full details on this offer. aud sever~.l miles long. Hail f~ll to home at Lavisr. ' Phone 18-2 a depth of about six inches on the level, ruining crops ~nd garden~ in Louis Kwing has gone to the Hills to1 its path. Treo~ were stripped 9f work. ] ': II t: t I[',I'l , {: their bark. No ~stimite of the 1o~ O.J. Marshall was a $wadance visit-J is arguable, or Monday. - ] C.C. Storm, recently here from Mrs. RIMe _L, ittlefleld and children~ ~ I | | | [I I m| ~[ | I I |l ~1 [ | Newc~tle, this week purol/ased a and the former s mother, Mrs. Browrt,| ~ , , ....... t, Pretty six.room modem Home on Lewis wore iu Spearfish ovar the week* end. = ] street naar the new Sheridan high Mrs. Gee. Howard and children are school, and the family occupied the returning te Ralph, S. D. this weaR,I The open door policy of our bank, which has existed for so many years, is responsible for the very friendly feeling and understanding which exist be- tween our customers and our officers. Mrs. Howard'p mother Mrs. Chaflin will a~ompany them. new premises Wednesday. The con- sideration is said to have been $5,200. The property formerly belonged to Mrs. Eraely Johnson. --Sheridan Journal Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Yeoman of Mills, Wyo. and their daughter Mrs. Foster and daughter Patricia are here visiting Mrs. Yeompn's daughter Mrs. Floyd Hawkins. The Yeomans were residents of Sundance for six years prior to moving to Newcastle and finally to Mills. where Mr. Yeoman is in the employ of the Illinois Pipeline Co. The community was shocked yes- terday by the sudden death of D. W. Riesland when he was killed in a killed, in a runaway, Mr. Riesland had gone for a load of sand and when coming down the New Haven hill lost control of the team and lost his life in the accident. He had been one of the in- dtmtrious ranchers of this community for the pant ten or twelve year~,.-- Lightning Flat Flash. A large number, of people from ~hi~ vicinity attended ~ the Golden Jubilee at Lead Saturday. They report a fine tin~o and witnessed a l~rogram that differed materially ~from the usual ~celebrations. The jubilee was heid to celebrate the fiftieth birthday of ~he Homes take mine. In connection with the jubi- lee the Lead Call issued a 48 l)age ,~peciai edition that is a classic in depicting Lhe early days in the hills. County Clerk, Ma~si~ left Monday on a swing around the country to deliver election supplies to all pre- cincts. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rice visited seve- ral days at Mrs. Rice's mother, Mrs. Watson. They spent a couple ,days/it Spearfish last week. ,Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Sanford. Mrs. East and Redell spent Sunday with Tom Jay's. MANHATTAN The recent rains have helped pasturs and late crops. Mrs. Ran Gardener and Mrs. J~ay Haines went berry pickers at Williams Bros. the first of the week, picking ten gallows in three hours. The grain harvest will be light on the divide, many of the ranchman The officers of the bank are always accessible during bank- hours, and are anxious to meet and be of service to you--- P. IMey, Present District Judge In announcing my candidacy for re-election as Judge of the Seventh Ju dicialDistrict, I desire to thank the people of the District for their support during the coming campaign. i I I IL I I i I i i ii i i Men's rurnlsnlng DRY GOODS Wm. Schloredt & Son General 3icrchand ze APPLES Grown tn The Famous 4, SPEARFISH VAI $. The following men will sell one box or a car- load of good quality apples, prices reasonable. i M.D, Boden Evans Ranch (Ray Wood)R.C. Zink : Ed Wilson Andy Campbell ' J.A. Kinney Volmt Bros. C.F. Earnest D.H. Vrooman Mrs. J. A. Vaughn George Brost Fred H. Lienau A. M. Oliver J.E. Walton ~p Son McG~igan Bros : AW':: B:; ln:r :I~n/cY2trault johnTM:ttS era:ltzer S. D. Spearfish, e For The Republican Nomination He has a public record and reputation in Wyo- ming for the past twenty-six years which guaran- tees economy and efficiency in office, and which is assurance of a full, equal and impartial considera- tion of every interest of the common people; and if nominaeed and elected, he will express his apprecia- tion by conducting the office of Secretary of State with justice and courtesy to all the people. cutting grain for hay. Such a spirit of friendly Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Lincoln entertian- ed a party of eastern friends the first Co-operation helps us all--- ofthe week taking them'to the Devils , ............ Tower and Grand canyon us side trips lTl l ....... :"" .... ........ ' ;, " " of beautifulscenery. I II , R.L. MtL.,SIE Mr. and Mrs. Murlin Joslin and}||, .II children were week-end visitors art|| OI~AI~]~. Ill "'o"'**" Ill IIf Candidate For Re-eleeti0n Raymoad Roadifer- sold his flock oeli| Ill sheep the last of the week and will b Ud a wire netting pasture fr :]1] " Ill County Superintendent 0f Scho01s select brand of sheep in the nea |1 ' - "~} .~ ,,ture. '/i i[ N0n-Partisan ticket MissRbertT" Williams with his daughter '|| + +' Will Aiiprec Dorathy at the wheel drove thier ]|| |~+ Yqarove u""or* Ford fro M=hatt, n to Rock .land ll _ .It I in 6 days about 1000 miles