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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES: 3c per word for each insertion. Minimum charge 25c each in- sertion. Payment must accompany order for advertisement. ,NOt#ME TAX AND BOOWWmmp. lng work--Frank Cul~bieon, Sundance. Teleph~ae 127R2. tn ART PAPER--MANY COLORS, 9x12, 50c a package. The Times. INVENTORY SHEETS AT THE Times FOR A DUSTLESS SWEEI~ING job, use Luster-Shene wax or off base sweeping compound.Small Homes Co. tfn. AUTHORIZED S E R V E L GAS refrigerator sales and service. Crook County Refinery. tfn NO. 1 MIMEOGRAPH PAPER, Legal and letter size at The Times. BRING YOUR RADIOS TO GAM- ble's in Spearfish for expert se~ vioe. 29tfn. RADIO-PHONOGRAPH REPAIRS. Complete line of parts for all radios, record changers. All work guaranteed. Gambles, Spearfish, S.D. tfn FOR SALE -- JACUZZI WATER pump systems. Crook County Re- finery, fin. FOR RENT: 3-ROOM APART- ment with bath. See Arthur Schelldorf, Sundance. tf. RANCH LOANS: LONG TERM, low interest rate real estate mortgages. Driscoll-Hanson, Inc. Rapid City, S. Dak. 32tfn FOR RENT: 1500 ACRE PAS- ture with excellent grass. Red Ranch, Beulah, Wyo. 38-43 FOR SALE: USED ZENITH 9 CU. ft deep freeze, one-year-old. Mar- shall-Wells Store, Sundance. It NO TRESPASSING OR HUNTING on any of my leased or deeded land including my Deer creek pasture. Mrs. Samuel ,McKean, Moorcroft, Wyo. 37-40* SEE COOL MOTORS FOR A GOOD BUY ON THESE 1951 Ford V-8 Deluxe 2-door, clean 1951 Buick Super 4-door, two-tone, Dynaflow, radio heater 1950 Ford V-8 i Custom 4-door, radio I heater, overdrive, new t tires 1948 Ford V-8 2-door USED '48 JEEP PICKUP Rubber solid, electric fuel pump, heater $525 1948 Chevrolet Sport Coupe 1948 Chevrolet 2-door sedan MAlL ORDERS FOR PRID~CRIPo tions and other needs filled pl'omptly at Blue Drug and Jewelry, 9pearflsh. 8. D. |Ttfn FIVE HOUSES FOR ~ IN South Stmdance, one in main Sundance. Wyoming Laads..-Ed- win Rounds, Realtor. tfn FARM BUREAU MEMBERS - Buy your insurance from your own companies. Policies tailored to fit your needs. Insurance at cost. Auto, general farm liabil- ity, life. See your agent today.: Miss Ruth Frolander, special ag: ent, claims service. Myron Good- son, Sundance, Russell French, Alva, Earle Ike, Jr., Devils Tow- er. 10tfn FOR SALE: WONDERFUL BAR. gains in Rockers. Sundance Sec- ond Hand Store. 36tfn FOR SALE: $65 FLOOR SHOW case. Priced at $30. Fine Shape. Second Hand Store, Sundance. 35tfn. WE HAVE A NICE ASSORT- ment of picture frames . . . $1 each. Sundance Second Hand Store. 36tfn 'FOR SALE: 15 REGISTEREDo Corriedale rams, excellent quali- young married people and also ty and ready for service. Can be seen at ranch. Richard Gray, Moorcroft, Wyo. 38-39* FOR SALE: 1950 FOUR-WHEEL drive Jeep pickup. A real buy at $800. Norman Carlson, Mos- kee, Wyo. It LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN - yearling steer branded TUK con- nected on left rib, gone since May. Reward. C. K. Tutty, Sun- dance. 38-41" FOR SALE: 1947 3-4 TON GMC pickup, good shape, only $400. Valley Motors, Whitewood, S. D. It FOR SALE: USED SPEED Queen washing machine, four- years-old. Marshall-Wells Store, Sundance. It FOR SALE: LARGE FRIGIDAIRE electric range. Red Ranch, Beu- lah, Wyo. 38-43 Beulah Mrs. Edna Shappell opened school Tuesday morning with 13 pupils enrolled, having three first graders, one second, two third, two fourth, two fifth, one seventh and two eighth. Mr. John Olsvn and the Donald Wendt family attended the Labor college students of the group. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Richards from Belle Fourche and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wertz from Anaconda, Mont. were supper guests at the Bert Mathews home Friday. Successful antelope hunters Sat- urday and Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Royal Mills, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simons, Mr. and Mrs. Ger- ald Blakeman, Jack Christenson i Cllfford Island, Bert and Hubert !Mathews, and Mr. and Mrs. Royal Mills, Jr. Mrs. Clifford Boice spent Thurs- day p.m. helping Miss Irene Rein- ecke with her clay pottery work. Visitors at the Gerald Blakeman home Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blakeman and sons and Mrs. Lester Mauch and daughter. Reineckes, Watsons, Islands and Cragos have been busy cutting en- silage the past week. Mrs. Elaine Olson and Mrs. Marge Marchiando are taking their vacation this week and going to the Big Horn mountains. Mrs. Louise Sommers arrived the latter part of the week to vis- it her sister Anne Guidinger also the Chas. Guidingers. Mrs. Som- mers is working at Thermopolis but isn't feeling so well at pres- ent. Mrs. Mae Guidinger called on r THE SUNDANCE : Sundance, Wyo. Sept. Mrs. Gerald Blakeman Little Bonnie Nussbaum bara Wendt were also that day. The George Howes have ~ to Spearfish. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred and daughters left Grass Valley, Calif. and Nevada to visit relatives. * Roy Butolph and moth e!., pleasant visitors at the Arm der home on Thursday Ella Snyder baby-sat on night at the Wesley home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Billy and Roger, visited st L Singleton home saw Pfc. John F. Sin is home on leave from N.C. Frank and Robert ton and George Ike had the rodeo in Hulett that Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Mrs. Jesse Miller and Mrs Shappell were Sunday itors at John Miller's camP ton, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Enrico Red Sunday at the home. Freddy Simons spent the Royal Mills home folks were antelope DR. KELTH LOGAN CHIROPRACT01 Belles Buildisi Phone Belle Fourche S. IL FOR SALE: NEARLY NEW 1952 day celebration in Lead, S.D. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Minneapolis-Mollne Model Z Monday. tractor. Carries new tractor Miss Margaret Island went to OFFICE OF INSURANCE COMMISSIONER @1~ guarantee. Inquire Pastime Bar. Whitewood, S. D. on Tuesday to Cheyenne, Wyoming, July 36-38 enroll at the Black Hills Christian Rushmore Mutual Life Insurance Company -- school. This is a new school P.O. Box 726, Rapid City, South Dakota -- : : .... = = = = ! starting up and is directed by Rev. Business in Wyoming for the year Ending December 31st, Lapp. Insurance written ............................................................ $ Rev. Salem from Belle Fourche, Gross premiums received ................................................. FOR SALE was visiting and fishing at the Losses paid ........................................................................... Frank Tauck home on Wednesday. Losses incurred ........................................................................... Mrs. Royal Mills, Jr., Mrs. Royal 1953 International Mills, Sr. and Mrs. Bert Mathews Total admitted assets ................................ $1,773,171.22 were picking plums up Sand creek Liabilities except capital .............. $1,1 ~ ton, RI10 Series, 6 on Thursday. In the p.m. the Surplus over Liabilities ........... ply rubber, four speed Mills ladies made a business trip transmission, heater, to Belle Fourcbe. $1,773,171.22 4,000 miles Several ladies .gathered at the Gerald Blakeman home Thursday p.m. to reopen their Ladies Chris- Income during year ending December 31st, 1952 ............... $ 1946 Jeep tian Circle, which had been re- Disbursement for year ending December 31st, 1952 .... heater, tight cab cessed for the summer months. Mrs. Judson McClure from Spear- STATE OF WYOMING ) fish opened the meeting by hav- )ss. 1942 Olds 6 Sedan ing each one read a Scripture County of Larhmie ) verse. Then singing hymns was I, FORD S. TAFT, Insurance Commissioner of the State enjoyed and Mrs. Clifford Island ing, do hereby certify that the above and foregbing is a 1946 Mercury Coupe led the devotions. The afternoon statement of the annual statemen~ of the above named was spent in making bandages for pany, filed in my office, as required by Section 5264, O. S. the African Mission field at Tan- In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and ganyika, my seal of office the 29th day of July, A. D. 1953. Refreshments of coffee, apple FORD S. TAFT, Insurance COOL MOTORS pie and ice cream were served at Aug. 13-20-27. Sept. 3-10-17. Sundanee, Wyo. the close of the meeting. It was dcided to have a get-acquainted party at Spearfish soon for the When the Gaing's Rough....There's i Nothing Like a , Jeep! " . . if you're not already equiPP see us for: Stop in today Hunting Licenses Now is the time to think about buying a jeep. ~ Rifles The only transportation you can depend on in the rain, mud and snow. Jeeps were built for Wyoming ~Ammunition weather. Hunting Vests Hunting Knives Compasses COOL MOTORS Farm Equipment and Supply Sundance, Wyo. Harold Bovee -- Belle Fourehe -- Chick Runyan Phone 44 Lee's Pharmacy Sundance,