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been out of 1950 plates since Au~gust. FIVE YEARS AGO Oct. 29, 1964 ~]roctio~ o~ a surplus Quonse`t huildir~g to :house county equip- ment ~and county fire control equ~pmen ~as started at the county ~rds at the airgrounds here Tuesday. ~I~nrters and the .general pub- lie were urged this week by the l~rest Service here to take ex- treme care in preventing a for- est ffire. District Rart, ger ,Herman said `the heavy vegetation and dry ~aUen 41eaves, coupled With extremely dry conditions creates an explosive fire situa lion. A~bert Groner, Newcastle, for- Veer ~oskee ~'esid.ent, escaped serious inj:ury in ,an accident at the Sioux Oi.1 Ce. plant Oct. 13 When he was overcome by s~ceam While cleaning ou,t the pipes on e ~bofler. Beulah - Several around here have been turkey hunting but the only one me know to have bacged a ,turkey is Bill Strong. Ti~N YEARS AGO October 29, 1959 ~Earthmoving equipment is dras- t~cal:ly ehangirtg the appearance FIFTEEN YEARS AGO October 28, 1954 The election to vote on the formation of a weed and pest control district in Crook county has been cancelled. The cam- mittee said that incorrect inform- ation ,had resulted in cancel, lation of the election. A 14-inch snowfall, the first of the year, has eased the pe~ched condition of Crook county and brought the ~irst appreciable moisture to ,the county in months. lay Creek Her~ord Ranoh of Gillette, which for the third time had the ,g~nd champion bull at :sa}es of the ~Northeastern Wyo- ming ~iferefavd Association, retir- ed `the grand chamoion cup a- .warded by Stu~gis Livestock Ex- chan,ge at the sale here Oct. 19. ~lulett - About ha[If the male p@pu~htiorn of Hulett went hunt- in,g the ~past week. Some wen`t ,to Day.ton or ,Bu,ffalo and others to the Ja.ekson Hole area. TWENTY YEARS AGO October 27, 1949 Over half a mil~lion dollars in ,wheat in Crook county is ~arm- stored under government loans so far t'his year. ~eports showed ,Lha~t 153 .loa,ns on 270,205 bushels of wheat pushed the loan to`tal ,to $503,303.40 by Oct. 25. ~f Warren Peak just north of REA line .crews ,are busy this ~Undance where early work is week stri,nging wire .for the taps being done on the site of .the of~f the power lines between Sun- Air ~orce Radar station, dance and Beulah. Wire for the Ewaluatio~ of ,the county's rur- j~>b arrived last week. The work ~1 schools and the Hulett school is expected ,to be completed in SEVENTY YEARS AGO October 27, 1899 Parties returning from Chey- enne sta~te Chat .at Grand Island l, ast Sunday .the thermometer reg- istered 91 in the shade. Game Warde~ Dadin~gton is in receipt of inf~)rmation from C. W. Garbutt of Sheridan that Indians have been killing antelope in large numbers in tha,t vicinity this ~all. If. W. Ni,chols pays 16 cents in oash or 171,2 cen.ts in ,trade for eggs. A recent copy o~f *the Buffalo Voice co~,tains an item to the eCfect that "the men of the 4J roundt~p, who have .been pilfer- i~g sheep ca.ml~S on Powder Riv- er, are knQwn and wiil be pro~. cu`ted ~f they do not desist." The i`tem is signed "One Who Was Robbed." Fourteen pounds of granulated su,~ar for one dollar *at It. W. Nichols. ,Bring the dollar. Something ,of a monstrosity in the ~ay of a tooth was extracted from the upper ja,w bone of a horse belon,ging to J. F. Durr. Upon examining ,the horse's mouth, he disco,vered ,t'hat the horse had a loo[h nearly three in,ches ,lon,g w;hi.ch prevented proper ,chewing. Bob Moore per- formed the dental ,work by mt~ans of a hammer ,and chisel. WEEKLY SIOUX CITY STOCKER-FEEDER SUMMARY Sioux City, ,Iowa, O.ct. 24.-- A :be started in Sundance Nov. abou~t 1 months depending on total of 9,99.1 head of stackers, Ord, by State Superintendent of the weather, feeeders and calves went ,to corn- Ublic :Instru,otion Velma Lin-Jesse ;Dri~kil,l of Spearfish and belt feedlots `this week through and several of her assist- Ted Sager of Aladdin mere elect- .he Sioux City Stockyards, ac- ~ts. ed ,un,animously :as directors of cording to ~i,~ures released by The llth annual meeting (~f ,the the Crook Coun`ty ~Tational Farm the U. S. D. A. Market News ~aek Hi,ll,s iMasonie Association Loan ~ssociation at the ann~ual ~Bran~ch. This is ~mpared with 8,245 head the pre~cious week Was held~hostinledge.SUndanceThe SaturdaY.banquet meetin~g of the group Saturday. and 10, 723 rhoad the correspond- Sundance ~Lodge :No. 9 act- FIFTY YEARS AGO October 29, 1919 ing week a year ago. ~gas Does ,the system af making ,the the evening attracted 80 per- cost of 1920 auto lic-nses rated :Feeder cattle and calves sold 10~.s. steady to weak, in.stances 50 Cr~k co un,ty ~hich, along with on `the power of the car appeal ,lower. Choice 900-1050 lb. steers ,~her counties in `the state, had ~to you? $26.00-26.7.5. Ch~i,ce and prime .~en com~le,te,ly sold out ofCoal del.iveries are bein~g made 800-000 ~]~b. steers $29.00-30.50. 195g plates, will receive a sup- ~ ~Mr. ~elshe this week and the Choice and prime 700-800 lb. $30.- Ply this ~a~eek. The county has timely delivery (~f ~vood to the 75-33.00 with choice and prime city ,by a n,mnber "of haulers has 600-700 lbs. $32.00-34.00. Choice relieved the ~uel si`tuation some- and prime 500-600 $32.00-35.00. _ THE SUNDANCE TIMES wha,t, ~hieh was growing rather Choice 700-80 l'b. feeder heifers llU~d~nce, Wyo. Oct. 30, 1969acute ~.or a town located at the $27.00-28.00. Choice and prime - -- .=~ u edge of a forest and ~l.most wRh- 500-700 ~bs. heifers $28.00-30.25. ....... in gunsh'ot of a coal mine. Steer valves Srom $33.00-$38.00 RCA Reflectin,g over the list of boys .and he~er calves $29.50-35.00. Colored and Black & White o,f Crook county ~ho gave t~heir services to our cause in the war Average steer wei, gh,ts reached TV SETS ~ve cannot ~t the very instant re- 753 lbs. `this week compared with call ,ansr other ~tbsent ~rom this 727 ,l~s. a week ago. Average RCA ~part of the country, than Wyman steer pri~s this ~~eek reached ~ushnell. He is sti1 in servi~e $29.55 compared with $30.42 a STEREO SETS in U,t~h. week ago. Steer c~ves wehghed ~Manha`ttan - ~Ienry Williamsan ~verage of 430 Ibs. this week Portable & Commies had some little experience with compared with 428 Ibs. hst week. a ,bunch of elk recently while Average prices for steer calves TAPE PLAYERS ,trying ~ drive thegn out of his reached $35.56 compared meadow tkrough an open gate. $34.60 a week a$o. ~ei~er calves end TAPE RECORDERS They turned and ,took ottt 20weighed an a~,erage of 416 Ibs. rods of a `three-wire ~ence. ,Henry compared wi~h 434 Ibs last week. Also Records and Tapes says Chey sure don't .know wha`t .~verage prices ~or heifer eal~es a gate is ~or and are death onreached $30.79 compared with C and V APPLIANCE a dog. $31.35 a week ago. Sales & Service "ql Ave. Belle Po~rche, S. D. FDR. T. H. PROCTOR } OPTOMETRIST | Ph. 578"1761, | Deadwood | Ground Floor, ~,_Franklin Hotel Building DR. CARL MOORE DENTIST Clerkson Medical Bldg. Belle Fourche, S. D. Tues.,.Set., 8 e.m. to 5 p.m. Ph. 892-3785 , OR. OLIVER A. JEWETT OPTOMETRIST I~h. 892-4171 Belle Fourche 615 Fifth Avenue through Saturday DR. J. G. BETTS Osetopath. Physician Spearfish, S. D. Lincoln Ford 4-Wheel Drive Pickups SPECIAL ORDERS. Delivery in about 30 days on any Ford, Lincoln, Mercury or Ford truck. EXCELLENT SELECTION OF GOOD USED CARS AND PICKUPS -- SOME IN HULETT See elman Authorized Salesman for Stockmen's Motor Co., Gillette, Wyoming Ph. 467-5735 Hulett, Wyo. Remove fog or frost from windshield and all glasses before driving in winter weather. Good visibility is essential to safe driv- ing. The most dangerous mile you will travel is tt~e one just ahead. Unless you obey traffic laws end drive defensively it could be your last. Registers Register Forms Salesbooks Restaurant Checks "Jk Garage Repair Orders "A" Bills of Lading Fuel Meter Checks Insurance Forms Complete Line of All Business Forms The Ph. 283-3411 Sundance Buzza Cardozo PRICE Now is the Time to Place Your Order for DANISH & GERMAN CHRISTMAS PLATES These are beautiful collector's items The smart shopper does his Christmas shopping now while stocks are complete. See our love- ly gifts for Christmas giving and order yours now. $1 down places themon layaway for yOU. Two Stores on Main Street Spearfish, S. D.