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ii3- Thursday, September 30, 1999 "WHERE THE KID COT HIS NAME" G&B Shoe Repair ~ Boot ~ Shoe ~ ~ Tack & Zipper Repair ~ ~ Repairs Birkenstock ~ This Week At Your Library By: ,/ill lack,,y Iler EXPERIENCE I=tooflnt4. Ino. DEALER/CONTRACTOR Roofing & Sheet Metal Co. COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL Crazy Horse Lane Gillette, Wf 82716 DMING NATIVE Licensed & Bonded DOUGLAS MILLER, Owner 307-686-1424 CARTER'S & HEATING Repairs Construction & Service looking forward to plumbing and needs. Sundance LET DAVE TAYLOR do all )tout * Carpentry Work & New Construction * Rmtomtlon * Repstr Work * Remodeling 35 years general contractor. Experienced finish carpenter. 19108 U.S. 14 Sundance Hours: M-F: 9.12 & 1-5:30 Gordon Dovre 124 E. Hudson Spearfish, S.D 2 Bedroom mobile home- clean available now $275 month 283-1598 or 283-2960 tfn Fo r Re nt: furnished apartment. 283-1767 tfn House For Rent: water paid, Joe Larralde an,' L.A. Helm= prefer no pets, $425/month. Call ~..~,:t~-~.z.~=--t.~,~.~. 283-1510, 283-2621 or 307- 347-8830. tfn 613 Birch Street Newcastle Wyoming 82701 Cell Phone: (30~ 941-1169 Emil: dhelm=N~trib.com =k Speclals To Buy or Sell Call Your Local Rep Kathleen Lincoln 283-2638 Help Wanted: Applications be- ing accepted for part-time house- keepers. Apply at the Arrowhead Motel. 38-39 Help Wanted: Wildlife jobs to $21.60/hr., includes benefits. Game wardens, security, mainte- nance, park rangers. No experi- ence needed. For application and exam information call 1-800-813- 3585, ext. 9219. 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.-7 days. fds, inc. 37-40 Tack [Iverg. Shoe Repair 5O9 State Street Fourche. SD 577.17 Want to sell new or old stuff? Bring it to the Flea Market qt Community Hall Belle Fourche, SO For more information call 605-892-4006 or Box 455 Sundance, Wyo. Home-307-283-3131 Office-307 -283 -3141 * Backhoe Service * Gravel Hauling * Dirt Hauling CALL 283-1028 or 283-2335 1 81,000 Wyoming People will read your classified ad if you place it in WY-CAN. Sell, buy, an- nounce. $119 for 25 words. Con- tact your local newspaper. 39 For Sale: 1981 Century, 14'x 70', 3 bedroom, 2 bath, mobile home. 283-2469 days, 283-2285 evenings. 38-39 Need To Know what's going on in Wyoming? Wyoming Newspa- For Sale: 1987 Mazda pick-up per Clipping Service reads every 4x4, 5 speed, bed liner, 2 new Wyoming newspaper.Wealsoread tires, airconditioning, needssome the Rapid City Journal, Billings engine work. $1000 or best of- Gazette and Denver Post. Quick, fer. 283-1732 leave message, easy, inexpensive. (307)634- 39-40 1022. 39 For Sale: 1977 Chevy Pickup, 3/4 Ton, 4 x 4, Auto, 6.2 Diesel $2400. 283-3300 38-39 S. 0 * Odd Jobs * Lawn Care Call I F o r S a I : Season closeout on canning supplies. Save an addi- tional 10% off all sale priced jars and lids. Dillon Hardware. 36-37-38-39 Farm Burveu Sumt= Mollne 1- 404 Cleveland = Sundarce, WY 307.283-3582 Discount Tires "THE'TIRE SPECIALIST" NEW BF Goodrich All Terrain T/Aw Tires 420 5th Ave. Belle Fourche, $D 57717 (605) 892-6331 F o r S a I : Gateway computers. Factory-direct. $0 down. Low monthly payment. Pentium-II1600 available. Some credit problems okay. Call by Oct. 1, waive first payment. OMC, (800) 477-9016, code AA33. 39 For Sale: White crib with mat- tress, excellent condition. Call 283-2399. 39 Yard Sale: 1110 Sewell St., Saturday and Sunday, October 2&3, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 7'x16' tandem trailer, chains- (grader, loader, truck), log chains, load binders, 24' 5th wheel lite weight camper, Sears radial saw, porch swing and chairs, garden tiller, teenage clothes, bedding, miscellaneous. 39 l uflt Oak Furniture Needs and Furniture Repair ELL OAK LUMBER Richards ,, WY Celebrating 20 years in Ready Mix Concrete Great Prices Free Estimates Toll Free 1-888-474-9631 WHITE DAKOTA LUMBER Contractor lal tlal i Store Hours: [ Remodeling Work I Mon. - Fri. 7:30 - 5:001 [ Sat. 7:30.4:00 J CONSTRUCTION Roger & Jean Bowman, owners Highwoy 85 North. Belle Fourche, SD Please call for a qu3tel 307-283-2837 ! HELP WAN~ED i Wanted: Part-time/full-time cook. Will train, if necessary. Full- time waitress, part-time waitress. Will train if necessary. Apply at Log Cabin Care (307) 283-3393 tfn Help Wanted: Postal jobs to $18.35/hr., includes benefits, no experience. For application and exam information, call 1-800-813- 3585, ext. 9212, 8:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m., 7 days, fds, inc. 37-40 Wanted: Weekly housecleaning person. Call 283-2769 evenings. tfn Help Wanted: Meat wrappers at C&A Meats, Sundance. Apply in person or call 283-2505. 38-39 Help Wanted: Parttime sports, news reporter-writer. Motivated, outgoing individual with commu- nication and writing skills. The Sundagce Times, 307-283-3411. tfn BUY - SALE - TRADE - BUY - SALE GAP,,qGE SALE October 16, 1999 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Old SHS Gym Something for everyone, antiques, collectlbles, appliances, furniture, western memorabilia, toys, lots of variety and some BIG surprises. DON'T MISS THIS ONE DAY ONLY EVENTll October 16, 1999 Lunch and snacks available. For Into. or to order a table call Jean 283-1757 or Becky 283-1920, table space donation goes to the Christmas Basket and Sundance Boot Tree. B4JY - SALE. TRADE - BUY - SALE 4 bedroom home w/3 bath- rooms, formal dining room, family room w/wet bar, cedar closet. Unattached finished, heated two+ car garage and large storage shed. 283-1799. tfn 9 more NEW lots. City limits, curb, gutter, sidewalks. 307-283- 2171. tfn Z prime lots 100'xlS0'total in downtown Sundance at 118 West, Corner of Ryan and West. Utilities into lot. 605-642-7873. tfn 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 bathroom, attached garage with completed basement, 24'x40' shop with at-. tached greenhouse, on city water with well for lawn and garden. One mile from Sundance. Call 307- 283-2340 or leave message at 283-3055. tfn For Sale: One city lot (50' x 100') with 14' X 40' ranch style apartment. Storage Shed. Excel- lent Iocation-Sundance. $34,000. 283-1034 37-40 Help Wanted: Full-time posi- Septic Tank Pumping. Call tion open. Computer experience. Gels' Honey Wagon, 307-896- Apply in person at Sundance3146,JimGeis. tfn Times. 283-3411 tfn Help Wanted: Fulltime dietary aide, 10:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Must be dependable and willing to work weekends and some holi- days. Benefits offered. Contact Erin Finley at Crook County Me- morial Hospital. 283-3501. 38-39 Babysitting in my home. Call Pam 283-1240. 39-40 Wanted: Winter pasture for 4 mules in the Aladdin area. 307- 896-2711. 38-39 September is Library Caxd Sign-Up Month! Stop by and get a library card ff you don't have one--the cost is a $3.00 deposit for the entire family (what a great deal)I If you have a card, please stop in and make sure the infor- mauon on your card is up-to- date. And don't forget to check out a great book while you're hereof State/Govenume~t PubUeaflons: Wyoming Arts Council Newslet- ter, August 1999. Wyoming Career E.x'plorer 1999 from the Employment Resources Division, Information about em- ployment and career planning. New Fiction: TLmber/d~ne, a western trio by Max Brand. Three of the author's best stories, restored from his original typescripts and presented for the first time in book form. Death Rides the Denver Stage by Lewis B. Patten. Against the back- drop of civil strife and treachery, men and women alike are caught up in the desperate drama of war. McNaUy's D//emmaby Lawrence Sanders. Palm Beach investiga- tor Archy McNally takes on the murder of a sociadite and uncov- ers a thorny tangle of blackmail and deceit, south Florida style. Out/aw Mounta/n by J.A. Jance. Joanna Brady must deal with a gruesome roadside killing com- plicated by some big-time poliU- cal maneuvering that could allow someone to get away with mur- der. Infamous by Joan Collins. Story of an exclusive world of passion and intrigue, love and betrayal New Nonfiction: Don't Sweat the Small Stuff... And I ~s AU Small Stuff by Richard Carlson. Simple ways to keep the little things from taking over your life. Ramesses 11: Greatest of the Pha- raohs by Bernadette Menu. Draws upon original ancient documents of the royal offices, as well as the magnificent record of his military victories and religious rites, to describe the life and times of this exceptional monarch. Ale~. The Great: Man oJ Act/on, Man of SpL~ by Pierre Briant. Combining his extraordi- nary military skills with diplo- macy and a burning sense of destiny, this young king proved himself one of the greatest gener- als the worm has known. Graced By Ptnes: The Ponderosa Pine the Amer an West by Alexandra Murphy. Nine essays exploring the cultural and natu- ral history of the ponderosa pine in the West. Archaeology by David Hurst Thomas. "A personalized and admittedly idiosyncratic interpre- tation of what's up in contempo- rary Americanist archaeology, " according to the author. Mosby's Rangers by deftly D. Weft. From the high tide of the Confederacy to the last days of Appomattox--the storyofthe most famous command of the Civil War and its legendary leader, John S. Mosby. New Children's Boo]r~: Shadow Over Second, a begin- ning chapter book by Matt Chris- topher. Will Nicky let the Jinx stop him or will he overcome his su- perstitions in Ume to foil his en- emy? Catcher's Mask, a begin- ning chapter book by Matt Chris- topher. The Peach Street Mudders return in another action-packed adventurel The Magic Show Mystery, a Boxcar Children early reader, cre- ated by Gertrude Chandler Warner. From the Adventures of Benny and Watch series. Jump, Kangaroo, Jump a pic- ture book by Stuart J. Murphy. Kangaroo and his Australian ani- mal friends divide themselves up into different groups for the vari- ous field day events at camp. My Family's Changing by Pat Thomas. A first look at faintly break up. II Help Wanted: Fulltime tempo- rary Patient Accounts Represen- tative. 40 hours per week. Please send resume to Deb Block or pick Two and half tables of Howei up application at front office of Don't Let Your Movement were played at Dupll- Crook County Medical Services Competition Get The cate Bridge on September District, Box 517, Sundance, WY Jump On You! 21,1999. BeaTavegiaandCiaud~ 82729. Phone (307)283-3501. ADVERTISE IN THE Can" received first place, Norma EOE. 38-39 CL& 8]$'I DS! Bernd and Floyd Cart received second place and third place went to Dot Gregson and Duane Hartl.