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~t In The Black Hills of Wyo. The Sundance Times, Sundance, Wyoming For Victory Buy War ED! ,! ADVERTISEMENTS APPEARING UNDER THIS HEADING "WILL BE CHARGED FOR AT TIlE RATE OF lc PER WORD. MINIMUM CHARG~ __ 15c CARD OF THANKS ______$1.00 DEBTS 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. 5tan. ~q0R SALE---REGISTERED Hereford Bulls, Yearlings and "Twos. Also yearling and two- year-~ld heifers, also cows-- WHR and Hazlett breeding. Dillon B. Ruland, Alva, Wyo. SA --USE rURmrUP Stoves. --- Thompson Motor Co., Phone 67, Spearfl~. ~LP WANTED AT ONCE Waitress-Dish washer. Tri-State Care, Belle Fourche. 30 tfn. BIG SUPPLY OF USED HOUSE- hold goods of all kinds for sale. --The SecQnd Hand Store, ~lndl~ee. 31 -3 $ WA.NTED--USED WASHING 3L%- chine in good condition--Also cottage size piano. Pbone79R2. 38tfn :MILCH COWS FOR SALE. Mrs. Lydia Hauber, Hulett. 39-40 WANTED--MARRIED OR SIN- GLE ma~ to work on ranch-- board themselves--seperate fur- nished house. Samuel McKeau, Moorcroft, Wyo. 39-41" FOR SALE - - [YOUNG MILCH COWS--I~reshen soon. Edwards Bros., Sundance, Wyo. 38-41" FOR SALE--PUREBRED POLAND China spring boars. Harry G. --ALFRED NOBS (Continued From First Page) t~L ~'01' fl yeg.r or so ~vhel'e he ~!10 \VCSIOI'II CO/lll[l'y lured hiiu and he came wes~ with another young fellow bunting buffalo in _Montana and "~Vyoming. In 1884 he set[led on Houston creek, buy- ing a preemption. Here he made his home for 60 years. In 1907 a you.nger brother and a niece, came over from Switzer- land on a visit. The brother re- turned to his home after a ten months stay while his niece stay- ed here and made her home with him for a time; she is the pre sent Mrs. Colquhoun of Sundance. Last spring, his health failing, Mr. Nobs came to Sundance, spending several months with his niece, but finally had to be mov- ed to the hospital early in Aug- ,use where he passed away in the early morning of Sept. 29. A sister and seventeen nieces here and across the sea, are left to mourn his passing as well as the friends of many years. Clark--Jones Verna Jones. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jones of Sun- dance a~d Andrew Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nate Clark, also of Sundance, were united in mar- riage Saturday, Sept. 30 at 10:00 a. m. at the Methodist parsonage here. Rev. Clayton performed the ceremony. A blue street length dress was worn by the .bride who carried a ,bouquet of beautiful fall flowers. She was attended by her sister June Jones, while the groom had as best man Oliver Clark, his bro- ther. Others attending were the par- ents of the young couple and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Denker, Mrs. Har- ry Clingan. Charles Clark and Edwin Jones. Immediately following the cer- emony the young couple left for :Edwards (7 miles west of Spear- Ph~arfish.4045_* a brief honey moon in Newcastle. fish) Mrs. Clark is a graduate of the! I~OR SALE--2 REGISTE~-DJCass of '41 of Sundance high MULLEY Hereford bulls, 4 a~d[school a~d is now teaching in WANTED TO RENT--300 to 500 acre plmce. Write LeRoy C. Hood, Spearfish. S. D. 40-42* . Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson of Hulett were visitors here Tues- day. 5 years old. W. G. Wagner} district 14. The groom is em- Moorcroft,Wyo. 40-41" ployed at the Fall saw mill. .X SON BORN TO DEAN YEOM~NS Ronald Dean is the name given to a son born Sept. 24 to A-c Dean Yeoman and wife at Bellflower, !alifornta.The young man weighed 8~ lbs. Dean, who is in trainingat Enid, California, made a triphome, mostly by air, and is spending a short furlough with his wife and ba~by. This is the first grandchild of Mr. and M~rs. Paul Yeoman of Sundance. X Mrs. Albert Groeber of Letcher, S. D. is here visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Relmer. She is the former Anna Reimer. JUST RECEIVED DEWEY SPEAKS Governor Dewey speaks at Charleston. West Virginia on Saturday. October 7. The address will be broadcast over ~C from 7:00 to 7:30 p. m., our time. Republican Crook County Central Committee ) REAL EST..~TE TLANSFERS Recorded ,n ,he covL:y clerk'3 of;ice this past x~, eP were the following lanl ~racs;,rs: Joseph A. Frank to V;. E. -Ma- t~ew:~; W E. Mathex*s to Joseph G. Frank; J. H. Durr to W. J. Hultenschmidt and W. J. Hulten- schmidt to J. H. Durr. Joseph A. Dubbs recorded 78 Location Certificates a~d George E. Jolley 5. A deed was given by the Feder- al Land Bank to Joseph G. Frank and a patent issued to Lilly D. Sehloredt. Marriage licenses issued during the past week went to Albert Kleinman and Reba Irene Gore; Andrew Clark and Verna Jones; and Buck Dunce and Nora Thersa Schriner. .X Lee VVaddell, acting postmaster, or from the U. S. Civil Service Commission at ~'ashington, D. C. CHARGES AGAINST ANDERSON DROPPED A. E. Anaerson, who was ar- rested in Crook county last week, was freed Tuesday of charges of obtaining money under false pre- tenses. The case was dismissed after being brought .before Justice J. G. Hartwell of Belle Fourche. Anderson was arrested and held i~ lh- Suv, dance jM1 until when he waixed extradition ',a< t::k :1 u) P~.'Ia Fourche. (!icn,i~- d "o~mt had him with obt0.i~i,'~a~ money under iu~,ter-~e by writi-ng signe(i :'becks. wiws~ value tatvr made good. SUNDANCE 8:0 P. M. SATURDAY---SUNDAY OCTOBER 7---8 The Aldrich Family in "HENRY ALDRICH, SCOUT" with $immy Lydon as Aldrich Charles Smith--John Olive Blakeney--Joan (Instead of Tuesday) WSCS TO MEET The ~'SCS will meet with Mrs. Yeoman at 2:00 o'clock this Thursday, Oct. 5. Every member is asked to be present. BROTHER IN GERMANY A. G. Goertz was here Thursday from the Mona country. He re- ports his brother, John, is now in Gcrma~ territorywith our army forces. ON FURLOUGH George L. Gerig, who is sta- tioned in Mal~e. has been on fur- loug~ visiting his wife and two ci~ildren at New Haven. He was to report back for duty Oct. 4 an.1 was through Sundance Thurs- day. .x ON FURLOUGH Pvt. Harold Butolph of Camp Roperts, California ~ home on furlough and visited first with his sister, Mrs. Pete Larson on Hay Creek, then with his parents who live south of Sundance. He is to return to camp October 7. ,X' EXAMINATIONS FOR M00ECROFT POSTMASTER ARE ANNOUNCED Open competitive examinations for postmaster at Moorcroft have been announced by the U. S. Civil! Service commission. AppUcations must be on file with the commis- sion at Washington, D. C., not later than October 16, 1944. Application forms and detailed i~formatlon regarding the re- quirements may be obtained at the Moorcroft post office from Consign Your Livestock to STURGIS for Top Market Prices REMEMBER SALE EVERY WEDNESDAY (No Tuesday Sale) Sturgis, South Dakota to build the B-29 Superfortress Seattle, Washington 14 FACTS ABOUT THIS URGENT AFPr L 1. Free transportation to Seattle. 2. Both men and women are eligible, maxried or single. 3. Men are especially needed right now. 4. Beginner mechanics particularly desired. 5. You will be trained by Boeing Aircraft Company 6. Pull pay dm'ing your training period. 7. Here is a direct production job you can do. Percolators Wash Pans Double Boilers Kettles Sauce Pans Pails NO Dishpans and NO Teakettles I am in the market for your Alfalfa or Sweet Clover Seed in any amount from a bag to a car load. I am paying TOP CEILING PRICES for good seed, less the usual dockage discounts. Send me your samples, and advise how much you have and I will make you a bid on same. 8. A good paying job of greatest war importance 9. Help produce America's most needed big bomber 10. xcellent working conditions, housing, transportatioa 11. Boeing representative will interview and hire 12. Make your plans to apply for permanent work 13. Many more Boeing Superfortreues must-be built 14. No other job will give more evidence of patriotic AUTHORIZED ] ,FERBAZ REQUIIE Boeing gepre entative Will Applimm Mondag thru Saturdag October 9 thru 14 Sundance Edgemont ,South Dakota sox m wa ,