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Is the Black Hills of Wyomllg The Sundanee Times, Sundsneo, Wyo~dng sion.--Alfred Mauch, Sundance. 43-48* FOR SALE--1 32-VOLT LIGHT plant with new batteries, I kerosene refrigerator as good as new. They can be seen work- ing. Call 169M, Spearfish.43* ~kDVERTISEMENT~ UNDER THIS HEADING BE CHARGED FOR AT THE JtATE OF lc PER WORD, CASH. ~INIMUM CHARGE ................... !5c ~LIND ADS ............... 25C EXTRA CARD OF 'PHANKS ....... $I.00 ]REGISTERED H E R E F O R D bulls for sale.--Yearli~gs and twos. -- Dillon B. Ruland, Al- va, Wyo. 6tfn FOR SALE--USED FURNITURE and Stoves.--Thompson Motor Co., Phone 67, Spearfish. BE~VING MACHINE REPAIR m W. H. Butterfiehl,:~P~one 37, Sund~nce. |NTERESTED IN TRADING standard size boy's bicycle for mall size bike. ~ W. H. But- terfteld, Sundance. ~TV'A,N'I~D---HOUSE M A I D. ~ NO cooking or laundry. Good wages Phone 2441 collect or write P. O. Box 898, Lead, S.D. tfn FOR SALE-- 2 BLACK FACE bucks---Bob Donaldson, Sun- dance. 42-43 * ,~VANTED--- PARTIES INTER- ested in building and repairin~ fence on contract ,basis. Con- tact Pete Jens~n at J-H Ranch, Devils Tower, Wyo. 41-43 ':NO HUNTI~G OR TRESPASSING on my place without permis- SPECIAL CHRI~STMAS OFFERS on Life, Readers Digest, News- week, Time, American Girl, Childs Life, Open Road for Boys and other magazines. Res- trictions have been lifted on many magazines. Mrs. Hilton, agt. 43tfn IX)ST--1 COW BRANDED JW Quarter Circle LS, 1 steer bran- ded Bar 66 LH, 1 steer branded H upside-dow~ A LS. Please write J. F. Wolfskill, Hulett, Wyo., if you know whereabouts of above stqck. 43-44* LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLE- MENT OF ESTATE All creditors and others inter- ested in the estate of Rula,n~A Cremeens deceased, take notice that the undersigned administra- tor with the will annexed of said estate will on or before the 23rd day of November, 1945, file in the office of the clerk of court of Crook County, Wyoming, his fin-i final settlement of said estate on the 5th day of December, 1945, or as soon thereafter as the mat- ter may be heard. Dated at Sundance, Wyoming, this 24th day of October, 1945. OTIS REYNOLDS, Adrmi~istrator with will annexed of the estate of Rulana Cremeens, deceas- ed. Oct'obed 5--Nov. 1-8-15. X REAL ESTATE 17EWS Warranty Deeds--Bert Rohbins to I. E. Myers, Francis J. Stevens to Edward J. Stevens, Louis Leit- ner to Thorval Jensen, Oscar H. Carlson to Thorval Jensen, Ru- dolph L. Bee to Thorval Jensen, Theodore E. Burke to Thorval Jensen, Freida Oudin to G. D. Olds, Theodore Thorne to Paul Myers. Nt~a Sisson to Maurtce Lee Sisson, Harry Davis to Maur- ice Williams, 5ohn E. Vasey to Harvey A. Lawrence. Quit Claim Deeds---George A. Redding to Ernest C. Bunney. John Reed Clanton to Eastern Clay Products Co. Agreement for Sale of Real Estate---William J. Hultensehmldt to O. E. Burke. Homestead Patent -- United States to Clairen J. Hinshaw. Location Certificate---D. B. Hil- ton (3). Location Notice and Certificate al account and petition for distri- [ ~Charles F. Williams (3), Henry bution of said estate, where any-| C. Moore (1). one i~terested may examine such | ~x account and petition and file oh-J jections thereto in writing at any J time before the 4th day of De- eember, 1945, and if no objections [ are filed thereto he will make I FOR SALE $30.00 reduction on nationally advertised saddles DURING WARD WEEK $20.00 reduction on Rotary Scoops DURING WARD WEEK Montgomery Ward Belle Fourche, S. D. Thanks Folks for Your Patronage During the 3 months I operated the Elk Horn Cafe in Sundance. I have sold the care to Fred and Freida Oudin. Amos Ewing Complete Stock ires On Hand GAMBLE STORES Auth. Dealer MATSON BROS. SPEARFISH, 8. D. FREE SHOW HERE OCT. 30 TO FEATURE PARALYSIS WORK Sponsored by the Infantile Pa- ralysis foundation, a free show will be given here next Tuesday evening, Oct. 30, at the Commer- cial theater and is to start at 8 .P. Da. State Chairman William J. Stone of Casper will ,be here to present the sho~w which featurbs the work that has been done by the foundation. Complete with sound effects, the movie will be found very educational as well as of great interest. As far as is known, Sundanct is the only place in Crook county where the show is to be present- ed says Charles B. Chittim, coun- ty chairman of the foundation. PAST PRESIDENTS PARLEY HELD AT TERHUNE RANCH' Mrs. Elsie Terhune was a din- ner hostess to the past presidents parley of the American Legion Auxiliary at her ranch home on October 21st. The table was lovely, centei'ed with beautiful sweet peas. A roast goose dinner with all the trim- mings, topped off with ice cream was enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Art Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Vines, Mr. a~d Mrs. Emery Wil- liams and the former's mother, Mrs. M. E. Carlin, his .brother Thomas Williams, both from Deadwood, Mrs. Terhune, John and Buzzie. The afternoon was spent play- ing cards and visiting; a short business meeting was also held. New officers elected for the year were Mrs. Art Montgomery, chairman, Mrs. Ed. Vines, see'y and treasurer. Mrs. Emery Williams will be hostess to the parley some time in November i~ Hulett. X Marian MacP~herson Weds Oregon Marine Announcements has ,been made of the marriage of Marian Mac- Pherson, daughter of Mr. a~d Mrs. H. P. MacPherson of pao louse, Wash., to Lt. Gordo~ L. Coles on Friday, Sept. 28 at Pa- louse. The double ring ceremony was read ,by the Rev. Wilma Cle- ments. The ,bride "lived in Sundance until about seven years ago when her parents moved to Washington. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Coles of Pendleto~, Ore. A member of the U. S. Marine corps, First Lieut. Coles holds the Presidential Unit Citation, Distinguished Flying Cross, As- iatic theater, Pre-Pearl Harbor and has Just returned from ser- vice as a pilot in a Night Fighter Squadron on Oktnawa. After a; short ,honey moonthey will go to Cherry Point, North Carolina where Lt. Cole is to ,be stationed. Among the out-of-town guests at the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Don MacPherson and daugh- ter Marcia of Union. Ore., E~P.d Mrs. Thomas R. Hooper and son Leslie of Spokane, all former Sund~nce residents. ~[rs. Hooper served as matron of honor for her sister. Thursday, October ~5, Julia Rogers, 3 year old Moor~ croft girl, entered the Sundanc~ hospital Tuesday evening for medical care. Charles Durfee of Hulett waS admitted to the Sundance ho~ pital Saturday for medical cars, Allan .Scott of Sundanee wa$ admitted to the Sundance hospital Monday afternoon for examina- tion. QUALITY Is Not Rationed Nor Is The WELCOME We extend to HOMECOMING Visitors WE STRIVE TO PLEASE RATION STAMPS GOOD dULY AUG. I SEP'[ I OGT. l NOV. I. I RED STAMPS alrrAILEl~ PAY4POINT8 A POUNO FOR US[O DEG: ..... j~. BBEiIi THRU JAN. 3I INext stafps Decome good~lov.I I SUGAR STAMPS I~ l THRU DEC. 31 SHOE STAMPS SOOK NO.3 CLIP THIS CHART FOR FUTURE REFERENCE The Model Grocery Partlow and Bryan Sundance, Wyomin| Toys Toys Toys JUST WHAT THE LITTLE FOLKS WANT FOR XMAS ! !~ SELECT YOURS TODAY. WE HAVE ALL SIZES AND TYPES 0--$ SEE OUR -k STUFFED ANIMALS TINKERTOYS #r LITTLE-GIRL TEA SETS -k PLAY TELEPHONES -# TINY BAKING SE~ NOVELTY GAMES Louis Rasmussen / Spearfish, S, D.: