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November 6, 1952

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Sheriff Blakeman after he had A PEEK oeo ,e o ed ,,,,.,,,,, t,,,, previous afternoon. Vitto was the father of ten children. Reports from Cheyenne at 10 At the P(~st o'clock Wednesday morning gave Lester Hunt a 1600 lead over Nels Smith for governor. November 6, 1947 Bud Cure, 23-year-old son of PIVE YEARS AGO Mr. and Mrs. Ward Cure of Sun- Mrs. John Goff, owner of the dance, was reported as slightly Carlile Central Telephone Co., has improved Tuesday, but his con- been granted authority to raise dition remains serious. Cure was rates to subscribers from 1 to $3.50 injured in a truck accident 15 Per month. But must apply allmiles the other side of Gillette on her increased revenue toward the the Powder River road. rebuilding and improving of ser- Elmer Jensen and Perry An- Vice of the main telephone line. derson, who have been working There has been renewed activi- at Toole, Utah, arrived home Sun- ty in oil and gas leases in Crook day for a visit. Anderson expects County it is reported by to return this week to the pr0~ect Clerk Francis Hejde who said while Jensen will go to work as a TUesday that he thought such ac- fireman on the Union Pacific work- tivity was over as far as Crook ing out of Laramie. County was concerned when Con- Miller Creek--Durand Grenier !inental had dropped their leases shot a freak deer Sunday on the xa the county. Belle Fourche river. There were As she was working in her tu-four prongs on one side and only lip beds, Mrs. Carl Chaffin suffer- two on the other side of the head. ed a stroke at 4:30 p.m. Monday FIFTEEN YEARS AGO at her home in Sundanee and at November 4, 1937 e:30 that evening a cerebral hem- Carl Johnson of Hulett and Vie- borage claimed the 65-year-old tor Brandeberry of Sundance will 'Woman's life. represent Crook county at the state The Tri-County Electric Assn. Farm Bureau convention which has received full approval to go will be held at Worland Nov. 8-10. ahead with the building of an The annual drive for member- electrical power line from Gil- ship in the American Red Cross lette to Upton, L. G. Landers said wil start on Armistice Day. The ~Ionday of this week. ~uota set for Crook county is There were dandelions in bloom at the Warren Peak lookout Sun- day. But with a good snow falling this Wednesday morning it looks as though our beautiful fall weath- er is over. TEN YEARS AGO November 5, 1942 Death from an "unknown cause" Was the verdict of a coroner's JUry after hearing evidence in the death of Wally Vitto, 52-year-old Alva ranchman. The charred re- mains were fountI Wednesday by 500 members. One of the most important Re ;fairs of the month will be the ~eeting of the county planning, committee which will be held at the city hall in Sundance on Npv. 15 and 16. Ewing -- Edward Fowlkes has been building and repairing at the Rocky Crossing school the past two weeks. The school has certain- ly needed the repairs the past three years. Goldie Divide -- Mrs. Hudson and the Wood captured spider in her kitchen. She has it in a bottle. TWENTY YEARS AGO November 3, 1932 George Gordon, who has been ill for some time, was taken to Hot Springs recently where he entered the Battle Mountain san- itarium. It was found that he war suffering from tick fever. He is improving now and will soon re- gain his health.. \ a black widow ----Commercial Club Tonight------ Last Monday night was Hallo- , we'en and as usual the young folks i were out to have a good time. As long as they confined themselves to harmless pranks everything was all right, but as soon as they started getting rough Marshal Hooper found it necessary to call a halt. It was necessary to lock up some of the boys until they calmed down. Bear Lodge -- Wednesday was one of the worst storms the ran- chers have ever seen for this time of year. At least a foot of snow fell. Green Mountain--Robert Ped- erson and grandson who left for Iowa one morning last week, broke their car down near Spearfish and returned to the Chris Pederson ranch the next evening to make a new start. George Aikman, former well- known resident of the Redwater and Bear Lodge country in Wyo- ming died suddenly at Long Beach, Calif. Sunday from a heart attack. U. S. Department of Agriculture sources report agricultural pro- duction in 1952 is expected to be at record levels while industrial production will average lower than in 1951. Prices received by farmers and wholesale prices of manufac- tured products in 1952 probably will average a little lower than in 1951. To theNortheastern Wyoming Hereford Association, we ,eXtend our best wishes for a successful sale. And to everyone, we offer a hearty welcome. We hope that you enjoy the sale and your visit to Sundance. ance ink Civilians at work in the entire country total 62.3 million in Sep- tember compared with 61.6 million a year earlier. F,r Those Tender Smoked llama and Bacon Rring your Hogs to BRODSKY Pacing Co. For Proeesslag Spearfish, S. D. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Nov. 6, 1952 / Serving This Territory In Safety for 57 Years MON UM ENTS AND MARKERS The finest selection in the Tri.State Area. Deadwood Granite and Marble Works Shop Ph. 14317 Res. 147R :: : : :: :: :: :: : :: :: :: :: : : : : :: :: :: : :: - , Watklns Service Watkins Value I'll be bringing you regular, You'll appreciate, too, the ev- dependable "store at your door" eryday low prices of Watkins service plus the convenience of Products made possible by our phone and mail order service "direct from factory to you" and prompt, free deliveries. Watklns Quality You will appreciate the un- surpassed quality that has made Watkins Products preferred in millions of homes for over 80 years. method of distribution. You will be amazed, too, at the money- saving Bargain Specials that will be a regular feature every time I call at your home. I'll be calling on you soon. Wait for me and learn why It Pays to Shop the Watkins Way. YOUR WATKINS DEALER Box 271 R. C. Cheshier Sundance, Wyo. _. _: _. _. : : : :: : _ :: "- :: :: ::. : Having sold our ranch we will sell our entire personal EQUIP- ment and Livestock where we now live---known as the former Bert Robbins ranch--20 miles west of Belle Fourche, S. D. About 2 miles North of Aladdin, Wyo. store. (General Direction). Watch for turn off signs on the Belle Fourche.Hulett road on Middle Hay Creek. MONDAY, NOV. Sale Starts at 10:30 a.m. sharp. Free Lunch at Noon. Bring Cups 96 Head of Livestock Consisting of: 50 head of Good Hereford Cattle. There will be 14 Bred Yearling Heifers; 30 head Good Stock ~ows from 3 to 6 years of age; 4 Good Milch Cows, I Just fresh; 1 Swiss cow should be fresh day of sale; 2 half white face antt Guernsey to freshen during winter; 1 Registered Hereford Bull 3 years old. 4 Horses 1 Well Broke Team, weight about 3000; 2 Saddle Horses 42 Hogs 23 Butcher Hogs, weight about 200 lbs. each; 17 Weaner Pigs; 2 Brood Sows. Poultry About 12 or 14 dozen Chickens---Leghorns, Hampshires, (Crossed) laying good--all last Spring pullets. Machinery 1 International "M" Tractor, 1949, good as new; 1 International ':H" Tractor on rubber; 1 6 ft. Case Combine with pickup, heavy d~ty engine (1950); 1 Case Forage Harvester, 1 yr. old, like new; 1 10-ft. C.~se Grain Binder; 1 McCormick Deering Trailer Mower; 1 John Deere Manure Spreader on rubber (for tractor); 1 Farm Hand with hay head, scoop and I~ull dozer, nearly new; 1 Tractor Sweep; 1 Overshot Stacker; 1 8.f~. Tandem Disc; 1 2.bottom 14-in. Case Plow; 1 Graham H6eme (8-it); 1 10.ft. Case Grain Drill; 1 10-ft. Case Grain Drill, Power lift with grass seed att.; 1 4-ft. Turno Scraper; 1 2-row International Corn Cultivator, cylinders; 1 Rubber Tired Wagon with forage box; 1 Iron Wheel Hay Rack and Wagon; Threshing Machine (read~ to go); John Deere 10- ft. Hay Rake; Letz Feed Grinder (Large); 1 John Deere Corn Phnter; 1 Moline Corn planter; 1 Post Hole Digger (Champion), power take-off never used; "Fanning Mill; 1 Three-Fourths Ton G.M.C. Pickup (1939); 1 1941 Chevrolet Truck ll/2-ton with near- ly new motor. ~ Miscellaneous About 15 Tons of good Oats; 100 bu. Corn; 150 Tons Corn Ensil- age in pit silo; About 500 or 600 lbs. of seed corn; About 900 lbs. Alfalfa Seed. 11/~ to 5 H. P. Gas Engine; Aeetylepe Welder; Tap and Die Sets; Anvil; Vise; Forge; Barrel Cement Mixer; Rotary Pump;" Nearly New McCormick Deering Separator, power gas or electricity; About 1000 lbs. of Good Dry Land Potatoes; Set of 12x38 Tractor Chains; 1 Ton chain hoist; 5 rolls of roofing; About 18000 feet of Dry Lumber; 10 x 14 Brooder House; 1 near- lynew Wood Saw for Tractor; About 150 Pitch Posts; Several Oil Barrels; 2 Stock Saddles; 1 Sot of ,Harness; 2.Barrel Spray; 2 Maytag Motors; 1 new Child's Sled; 1 JPower Lawn Mower (new last year). Furniture Bottle Gas Combination Range; 11.ft. Serval Gas Refrigerator with large freezer compartment, (both like new); 1 Enamel Range; 1 D. L. Kitchen Table; 1 Bed Room Suite complete with Inner Spring Mattress; 1 Large Dining Table and 6 Oak Chairs; 1 Maytag Washing Machine with churn and meat grinder; 1 Con- sol T.~ble; 1 Good Singer Sewing Machine; 1 Studio Couch and several other pieces of Furniture and Bedding. There will be Fruit Jars; Milk Pails and Cans anti Tools of all kinds; Some Kitchen Utensils and Dishes. And many articles too numerous to mention. -- Be on time as this is a big sale and will start prompt- ly at 10:30 a.m. TERMS: CASH SUNDANCE WYOMING I Auctioneer: R. J. Bush & Sons P Clerk: Mrs. R. J. Bush.