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In the Black Hills of Wyom~nff The 8unffance Times, 5undanee, Wyo~ ADVF~TISEKENTS APPEARING I vm)F.Ja TInS ~m9 W~J~/ BE CHARGED FOR AT THE~ RATE TO PER WORD OF m CASH J L, Deering Combine. Power take Off No. 2O. Ready to go--John Prazma, ~ooreroft, Wyo. Box 26. 33-34 FOR :SALE -- RANCH 6,500 acres, 3,000 deeded, 3,500 leased--130 acres farming-- 300 acres hay land, 4,000 bu. grain, 200 tons hay can be :MINIMUM CHARGE .... 15o BLIND ADS ........ 25c EXTRA CARD OF THANKS __$1.00 INCOME TAX AND BOOKKEEP- Ing work--Frank Cubbtson, Sundance. 4 tfn DUPLICATE KEYS MADE FOR all types of locks--~Gamble's, Spearfish. 30-tfn. RENT OUR FLOOR GANDER "hnd edger. Everything to do First Class Job- Gamble's, Spearfish. 30.tfn ~purchased with ranch. House almost new. Deeded land $4.00 per acre. Located 45 miles northeast of Belle Fourche. See or write Elmer R. Hill, Belle Fourcbe, S. D. 34_35.36 WANTED---MARRIED MAN FOR ranch work. Furnished House. 'B. F. Lincoln, ~Sundance. EXPERIENCED COOK WANTED and two experienced waitresses --Rangeland Care, Moorcroft. 34.35 WOULD DIKE TO HEAR FROM some man who has rye for sale or trade for spring wheat, and if you can deliver--John A. l~owery and ,Son, 12 miles leOR R~NT---~ANDW.ICH SHOP fully equipped. See Dick Dud. rey, ~undance. 31.35" Howdy Folks Here At The Sandwich Shop You Can Get A Light ' Snack Or A Full Meal -- Come In -- We Want To See You... The Sandwich Shop WELCOMES YOU TO THE FAIR north of Aladdin. 34_37 OPPORTUNITY OF LIFETIME supplying ,I~DT and other pro_ fitable products to farmers in Crook county. No experience or capital required. Must have auto and good references. Per_ manent. Write or 'wire McNess Company, Dept. T, Freeport, Illinois. 35_36 FOR RENT--4 ROOM MODERN house in Sundance -- Inquire Mrs. Carl Jensen. FOR RENT--FALL PASTURE located five miles from Sun- dance. Lots of water on the place.--H. P. Fawkes, Sun- dance. FURNITURE FOR SALE--NEW Davenport and chair, table and chairs--E. V. Jensen, ~undance ~FOUND~ IN MY BAND--ONE buck sheep ,branded E E E. E O in black and blue. Owner may have same by paying for feed and this ad. lt* FOR SA,LE--~AR IN GOOD CON. dition. See RiChard Smith, Sundance. 35_36" SHELDEN--WILLIAMS0N In a wedding ceremony per. formed at Broadus, Montana at 11:00 a. m. Sunday, August 18 Althea'Jean Shelden became the bride of James Williamson with the Rev. Mrs. A. O. Schmidt per- forming the ceremony. The bride who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shelden of Hulett, wore a winter white street length dress with brown acces_ sories and wore a corsage of A- merican Beauty Roses. Mrs. Don Williamson the bride's attendant wore a green suit with brown ac- cessories and carried a corsage of Talisman roses. The bride is a graduate of the Hulett .high school and spent one year at Richland, Washington, where she was employed as a typ_ ist in the Dupont war plant..She lived at home prior to her wed- ding. The bridegroom was born and raised in Sundance. He had made his home with his father at Doz'_ ris, Calif. from the fall of 1939 until he was inducted into the service. He served in the army for four years and was discharged Nov. 20, 1945. He returned to Sund'ance after his discharge and had Seen "employed in the Texaco service station here. After taking a short honey_ moon trip through the hills the newly married couple planned to make their home at Provo, S. D., where the bridegroom has em_ ployment. Thursday, August 29, Mrs. Shelden, mother of bride attended the wedding as Don Willlamson who was man. x Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Trego two boys returned Monday ning from a weeks vacation into Colorado. HAVE LEASED THE Jr. Wells Service Station IN HULE2~r The Station Will Now Be Known As Johnnie's Service Station AND WILL HANDLE MOBIL TRACTOR AND FUEL OIL ACCESSORIES AND PARTS I am also brand inspector for outgoing shipments of livestock. JOHN D. WHITIES Hulett, Wyoming m Livestock Market Report Had around ]100 head of cattle on sale this week. Here is the way sales were made: CATTLE: Grass fat steers, 18.00 down. Walt Tay- lor of Rapid City, sold three car loads at 16.70 to 17.00. Fat heifers up to 15.25, Bulk of fat cows, 12.- 50 ,to 13.50, with odd packages of heavy thick cows up to 14.60. Canners, cutters and medium cows, 7.00 to 11.50. Bologna Bulls, 11.75 to 13.00. Veal calves, 14.50 to 16.00. Slaughter cattle from this sale was purchased and loaded to Liebmann Packing Co., Green Bay, Wis., Tobin Packing Co., lgstherville, Ia., Oscar Mayer Packing Co., Madison, Wis., an Independent Packer, Mankato, Minn., Swift and Co. and Armour and Co. besides our local Packing Co. and city buchers. Plenty of competition and full market value for your cattle. Feeder steers weigh- ing 1150 lbs. sold up to 17.00. Good two year old steers at 16.00, good yearlings ~t 15.25. Strictly choice yearlings would have brought more money. Sold one load of medium quality yearling heifers at 13.40, strictly choice heifers would bring 14.00 or better. We are not getting enough cattle for our buyers. If you have a few head, or several hundred cattle to market this fall, give our market a try. HOGS: Butcher hogs Chis week sold 20.00 down, sows, 19.50 down. Serum pigs, 18.00 to 18.80. No~ many sheep coming as yet, but we can sell a lot of any class you bring in. If you wish to truck in your stock the day or night before the sale, there will be no extra feed charges. We have a man on duty each night to receive your stock. For trucks, see your local trucker, or call us. Regular sales -- FRIDAY ~ each week Rapid City Livestock Sales Co. XVm. M. Anderson and R. S. Bowden, Managers Bonded ~ -- Insured Ender State and Federal Supervision Broadcasting over KOTA every Friday, 3.00 P. M. Mountain Daylight Savings Time Phone 2313 Rapid City, S. Dak. Ladies New Fall Hats 2.95 to 3.48 Dresses for Fail Assorted Styles and Colors 7.95 to 13.95 LadiesSlips Taffetta, Tea Rose or Black Sizes 39 to 40 3.79 and 4.59 ' DURFEE'S "Everything to Wear" Sundance WEL COME TO THE FA IB