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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES: 3c per word for each insertion. Minimum charge 25c each in- sertion. Payment must accompany order for advertisemenL I tNOOME TAX AND BOOKKIRP- lng, work--Frank Cul~kon Sundance. Telepholio 127R2o tn ,L ,ART PAPER---MANY COLORS, i 9x12, 50c a package. The Timea INVENTORY SHEETS AT THE Times FOR A DUSTLESS SWEEI~NG job, use Luster-Shene wax or oil base sweeping compound.Small Homes Co. fin. AUTHORIZED S E R V E L GAS refrigerator sales and service. Crook County Refinery. tfn NO. I MIMEOGRAPH PAPER, Legal and letter size at The Times. BRING YOUR RADIOS TO GAM. ble's in Spearfish for expert se~ vice. 29fin. RADIO-PHONOGRAPH REPAIRS. Complete line Of parts for all radios, record changers. All work guaranteed. Gambles, Spearfish, S.D. tfn FOR SALE m JACUZZI WATER pump systems. Crook County Re- finery, fin. APARTMENT FOR RENT: SEE Mrs. Elmer Jensen, Turf Bar, Sundance. 39tfn el LOST: 7:50 x 20 TRUCK TIRE between Belle Fourche and Hul- ett. If found, notify Donal Grubb, Devils Tower, Wyo. 40- 42* RANCH LOANS: LONG TERM low interest rate real estate mortgages. Driscoll.Hanson, Inc., Rapid City, S.D. 41tfn NOW IS THE TIME TO THINK about your four-wheel drive uno its for winter. Stop in and see us for needed repairs and repair work on jeeps and jeep pickups. We are fully equipped to handle your work. Have fac(ory-trained mechanic for Willys work. Farm i Equipment and Supply Co., Phone 123J, Belle Fourche, S. D. ,,= 41-42 HAY FOR SALE: CONTACT US. Farm Equipment and Supply Co., Phone 123J, Belle Fourche, S.D. 41-42. FOR SALE: 1949 CASE DC3 tractor in excellent condition. Good rubber, new paint Farm Equipment and Supply Co., Phone 123J, Belle Fourche, S.D. 41-42. ~L ORDERS FOR PRE~RIP- tlons and other needs filled p~romptly at Blue Drug and Jewelry. Spearfish. 8. D. |Tffn FIVE HOUSES FOR SALE--4 IN South Sundanee, one in main Sundanee. Wyoming Lands--Ed- win Rounds, Realtor. fin FOR SALE 1955 International ton - RllO series, low mileage, priced for sale 1942 Olds 6 Sedan 1946 Mercury Coupe COOL MOTORS Sundance, Wyo. CANARIES: ROLLERS OR Whistlers, deep yellow-orange or white. Males - $10, females - $2.50. Mrs. Joyce A. Junek Spearfish, S.D. It FOR SAI~E: 40 ANGUS HEIFER- grade calves. Some of these calves are from purebred cows. Hub Finch, Sundanee. 42-45* FOR SALE: GOOD PITCH POSTS. Ben Sager, Sundance. lt* and family visited at the Tom and jl the state at Laramie' Wyo. the past Jack Wolfskill homes on SundayI week. They left Monday and re- afternoon. " l turned Thursday evening making The last Bible study was held] tne trip by car. Those tn attend- at the Raymond Dennis home. The [ ance were Mrs. Louis Clark, Mrs. next meeting will be October 15] Harlan Williams of New Haven, at the Willis Clark home. Every-| Mrs. Clifford Jervis, Mrs. Mel one is welcome. Storm, Mrs. Lydia Hauber and Mrs. FOR SALE: PIANO SALE - TINY upright, 44 inches, like new, $375; new Wurlitzer, regular price $806 - sale price $645; large pianos - $75 and up. Terms. Dean's Piano Shop, Spearfish, S.D. Call 1ZI3, Spearfish for evening or Sunday appoint- ment. It FOR SALE: $65 FLOOR SHOW case. Priced at $30. Fine Shape. Second Hand Store, Sundance. 35tfn. Jim Frisbee spent the weekend with his family in Sundance where they are living during the school term. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hauber and Ivan visited at the Kirk Stoddard home in Hulett on Saturday. We are sorry to hear that Mr. Stod- dard's condition is worse. Schools in this vicinity are going nicely with Shirley Proctor teach- ling the Hulett Creek school, Anna Hauber at Little Missouri, Myrtle Rathbun at New Haven and Mrs. Wood at the Rathbun school. Hub. News Roundup By Lydia Borne (Last Week) Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vines took over the Hulett hotel the first of the LADIES, EARN EXTRA CASH week. Mrs. Earl Rush who had by addressing advertising post- been operating the betel and cafe als at home. Write, Vali Co., was forced to give up the work due Box 1052, Muncie, Indiana. lt* to ill health. The Rush family moved to the Anderson mill area. Don Roberts is home on "leave from camp in California and is enjoying his visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Roberts and many friends here. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Morgan Sr. moved their household goods to Sheridan Thursday where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Art Egli of Denver were recent guests at the Win. Nuckolls home. Mrs. Egli is the former Lois Nuckolls. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Waters of Portland, Oregon visited a short time the first of the week with Mrs. Grace Bush. Mrs. Waters is a grand niece of Mrs. Bush and the daughter of Orville and Gladys ed. .Hart, former Hulett residents Mrs. Harlan Williams and Mrs. [ Jay Nuckolls arrived home from Lewis Clark attended a Baptist lLaramie Friday evening to spend Women's Conference in Laramie I the weekend at the ranch. He was two days last week. [ accompanied ~by Joe Baker of Mrs. Clyde Stull was in Belle[Chugwater,, Wyo., also a student Fourche several days last week[at the University. New Haven (Last Week) Wednesday night Jake Hauber, who has been staying with his son Leslie, became very ill. Dr. Claren~bach came out Thursday and took him to Sundance where he is hospitalized. We certainly hope Mr. Hauber is much improv- Fred Borne of Hulett. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Tate of Ash- land, Mont. were guests at the F. A. Bush ranch the past week. Mr. and Mrs. John Callquist and family spent Sunday with relatives in St. Onge, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Thad Brimmer en- tertained Saturday night at a house warming in the new home they have built since their recent fire. A large crowd was in at- tendance to enjoy their hospital- ity. The evening was spent in dancing. where she received medical treat-I ment. While she was gone Louise Stull stayed with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Roberts. Attorney and Mrs. Robert A. Burgess of Casper are the parents of a baby boy. Mr. Robert Burgess of Casper is the paternal grand- father and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rathbun of New Haven are the maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Trusty Moore spent the weekend in Gillette with Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Marsh and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Redding and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Woods ,4 MODERN FOOD STORE Members of the high and grade school faculties spent the first eli the week in Sheridan attending the teachers convention. Mr. and Mrs. R. Shannon and Miss Jane McAllister left Sunday to visit Cus-~ ter's Battlefield before continuing to Sheridan. Mrs. Orcutt and daughter Betty of Atwood, Indiana, arrived Sun- day for a visit with the Rev. Jervis family. Mrs. Orcutt is the mother of Mrs. Jervis. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Howard SLY'S 6ROCERY Qroeerles, Meats, Fruits, Vegetables, Bakery ~toods Belle Fourehe, 8. D. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Huckins and family and Mrs. Pearl Huckins were Belle Fourche visitors day. Mrs. Pearl Huckins for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Adolph Linton and family. A son was born Tl-ursday to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Neiman at the hos- pital in Belle Fourche. Keep in mind the Harvest Fes- tival, Dedication services and Op- en House at the Baptist Church next Sunday. Everyone welcome. Come and spend the day. Six members of the Bap45si~ church attended the House Party for all Baptist women throughout Dr. Wallace P. Wildermuth OPTOMETRIST Eyes examined Glasses Fitted Telephone 66 146 W. Illinois Spearfish, S. D. Spearfisk Office Hours 9 to 5, Tues., Thurs. Saturdly Homestake Hospital Hours D to 5, Men., Weds., FrL Office Phone 66 Res, Phone 66R$ spent Sunday with their and wife in Sundance. William Chapman, state missioner of agriculture, Saturday night at the home ron Goodson. DR. H. DORLAND OPTOMETRIST Phone 480 Belle Authorized Florists Telegraph Delivery SIEBRECHT'S FLOWER SHOP Floral Service Plants and Flowers Phone 128 Store---614 St. Joe Rapid City, S. D. Dr. Oliver A. Jewett OPTOMETRIST Belle Fourche Office Over Frey's Hardware (Phone 730) Tuesday Through 9:00 a.m. -- 12:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. -- 6:00 p.m. Thursday Evening 7:00 p.m. ~ 9:00 p.m. DUPREE OFFICE Monday Ad~rt~n~ From where I sit_. Joe Marsh Modern Art Takes a Licking! Did you know we had a real artist in mwnT Yes sir! Handy Jackson was a contributor to the Sculpture Exhibition at the Centerville Fair last week. His work was streaky pink and curved all around~sort of streamlined. Caused quite a stir. Nobody was sure what it was supposed to represent, but some liked it and thought it was good art. Handy gave me the lowdown: "Why, it was nothing but a piece of cattle salt our cows have been lickin' at for months. I just had it mounted. Foole~ a lot of folks- one fellow wanted to buy it!" From where I sit, Handy'J "modern art" Just shows hoe some people can be led astral' Some even get to be "experts"-.e' especially about the other re|" low's business. Whether it's art or music, or a simple thing choosing, say, beer or milk a snack, we should live and Id live. There's no call for either o{ us to set ourselves up as "model" for the Other ! Copyright, 1953, Uni~d S~ Tower Lumber Co. 4 in. GLAZED SEWER TILE 33c per foot 3-Piece Bathroom Sets Tower Lumber Co. Lorey Anderson, Prop. Devils Tower, Wyo.