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I i i i CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES: 3e per word for each insertion. Minimum charge 25c each in- sertion. Payment must accompany order for advertisement. l ii i i i ii INCOME TAX AND BOOKKEEP- work. Frank Cubbison, Sun- dance, Telephone R2. Itfn AUTHORIZED S E R V E L GAS refrigerator sales and service. Crook County Refinery. tfn NO. 1 MIMEOGRAPH PAPER, Legal and letter size at The Times. NAIL ORDERS FOR PRESCRIP. tions and other needs filled promptly at Blue Drug and Jewelry, Spearfish, S.D. 37tfn RADIO-PHONOGRAPH REPAIRS. Complete line of parts or all radios, record changers. All work guaranteed. Gambles, Spearfish, S.D. tfn ART PAPER---MANY COLORS,, k12, 50c a package. The Times. BRING YOUR RADIOS TO GA- ble's in Spearfish for expert sew vice. 2d 'f INVENTORY SHEETS AT THE Times FOR SALE: 1950 GOSHEN TRAIL- erhouse, 35-ft., modern, 2-bed. room. Phone 137R12. 22tfn IS YOUR CAR GIVING YOU THE shock treatment due to wheels that wiggle and bounce, that get out of line and wear badly? End the shock treatment - get our precision wheel balancing and Bear alignment service. Linstad Alignment & Brake Service, Belle Fourche, S.D. 24tfn REMEMBER, WHEN YOU DE- cide to buy a monument or marker we handle more than 60 models at prices far below what you would expect to pay. Fred Blakeman, Moorcroft, Wyo. 23tfn FOR SALE  JACUZZI WATER pump systems. Crook County Re- finery, tfa. FOR SALE: 1953 37-ft. 2 BED- room Magnolia trailer home and 6 by 8 ft. porch. Price reasonable. May be seen at any time at Car- lile post office. 41tfn FOR SALE: TRAILER COURT, good location, reasonable. Write or see Amy Brown, Sundance, Wyo. 48-50 FOR SALE: THIRTEEN 3 and 4- year-old bulls - which I have used in my own herd. Christy Smith, Phone 6Fll, Sundance, Wyo. 48-49* Monuments And Markers for senerations to come AT YOUR RELIABLE DEALER Serving you, your fami- lies and friends for over 50 years. Duchene's Deadwood Granite and Marble Works Deadwood, 8. D. WE ARE ALWAYS HERE Paul Akrop, Mgr. I II i - BILL'S DRY CLEANING AND Laundry Service - formerly Del's - is available in Sundance twice a week; free pickup and deliv- ery on Mondays and Thursdays. Bear Lodge Hotel is pickup sta tion. 37tfn. FOR RENT: 2 APARTMENTS one partly furnished. Mrs. Lila Zimmerschied, Sundance. 40tfn I TOWNSHIP PLATS - THE SUN- dance Times. fn FOR SAWFILING AND REPAIR: See Roy Jones, Sundance. 44tfn STRAYED: ONE BIG, MULEY bull, branded 5W on left hip. Phone 204J collect, Fred Snoozy, Spearfish, S.D. 46-48* 'FOR SALE: COMBINED UN- cleaned crested wheat grass seed, contains no weed seed just some stems - 10e lb. Lyle Put- man, Tower Divide. 46tfn TWO-BEDROOM MODERN HOME for rent. Inquire Lee's Phar- macy. It Kara Creek Roger and Jack Rasmussen and Kenny Jacobson of Omaha, Nebr. came to visit old friends in and around Sundance Wednesday. Rog- er worked for Fred Tschetter at the sawmill in 1947. They left for home Sunday. 23 enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner and supper at the Lee Thompson home, among them were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dillavou and family, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wagner and fam- ily, Fred Tschetter, Freddie and Peggy, Jack and Roger Rasmussen and Kenny Jacobson. Art Zimmerschied brought his cattle home from Cabin Creek one day last week for winter feeding. Sherry Dillavou and Peggy Tschetter were weekend visitors at their grandparents, leaving for home and back to school on Sun- day afternoon. Miller Creek Last Week Jack Newman and Jim Oudin were last Monday visitors at Hal FOR THE BEST IN ALL TYPES _ .. , of insurance - see L. O. Wracy, uuams. mr. l L,oyu ,noerson remrnea nome Sundance. 4 ..... from the Belle Fourehe hospital -----cA,----l Wednesday where he had been *"r]crefiger L. Tra:;lh::iitai.zedwfeOllwOiWnghi a pick;up Motor Co., Sundance. 47-48 speedy re:-covery Y FOR SALE: FEED BARLEY $1.60 per cwt.; baled hay $15 and $21; Timberlock grain and stock com- bination 15 ft. long. Also want a 1947 Chev. 2-ton truck, a junker D or K model Internation- al pickup, and a 1 HP Inter- national water-cooled engine. Red Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hutchins and Judy; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rathbun returned Wednesday from a two week visit with relatives in Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin and i Dorothy were Tuesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chesney  Rathbun. Mr. and Mrs. Will Oudin were THE SUNDANCE TIMES  Sundance, Wyo. Dec. 1,1  Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hayworth--i I  Bill were Thursday evening gue| [ of Minnichs. ' |, Ia-q Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Olson ad| IR0 sons drove to Minnesota duri,| IPJi last week where they were callea] by the serious illness of the f0 mer's mother. Mr. and Mrs. CA Olson also departed Saturday. Lawrence Preston and son, 9, J. W. Preston, of Wells, Minn. v ited last weekend at Hal oudi s FOR SALE: 1500 BU. OATS. Con- tact Fred Perino or Leo Perino. Phone Osage IN5-2287 or IN5- 2285. Or write at Four Corners. 48-49* LOST: BETWEEN FOUR CORN- ers and Sundance - 21 in. Model A spare tire and wheel with set of chains. Write Leland Baker, Box 523, Newcastle or Box 22 Sundance. lt* For Those Tender Smoked Hams and Bacon Bring your Iogs to and enjoyed deer hunting, e J. D. Carr made a trip to Gillett Sundance visitors Thursday. Saturday and brought home a truc Word was received here Thurs. load of coal. day of the passing of Art Mont- Mr. and Mrs. Ross Scott of Spear" gomery a former rancher and long fish were Sunday guests of the time resident of this Community. Paul Myers. Friends extend sympathy to the Mr. and Mrs. Chesney Rathbt bereaved family. Several from and Roger were visitors at the this vicinity attended last rites at Cummings ranch Monday. The Sheridan Monday afternoon, men helped with butchering. A MODERN FOOD STORE SLYT GROCERY II II II Ranch, Beulah, Wyo. 47tfn li BRODSKY Packing Co. For Processing Spearfish, S. D. N. Ellis Mattox, M.D. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Office Hours 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. 6531/ Main Street Dead, rood, S. D. i i II Dr. OHver A. Jewett OPTOMETRIST Belle Fourche Office Over Frey's Hardware (Phone 730) Tuesday Through Saturday J DR. KEITH LOGAN CHIROPRACTOR Bolles Building Phone 555 Belle Fourche, S. D. Eyes Examlned--Glasses Fitted DR. 1". H. PROCTOR OPTOMETRIST Phone No. 300 J Deadwood Over Montgomery Ward Store IUSE BETTER EQUIPMENT! We're That's right - for better farming use better equipment and materials. That's why we're headquarters for farmers and ranchers. We carry complete stocks of the finest materails.. Some of the mater- ials and equipment you'll need now are listed here. Check your needs and come in and see us. Farm and Ranch Supplies k Woven Wire Barb Wire Galvanized Roofing t Steel Fence Posts Well Supplies StOck Tanks k" "Comon Sense" Sleighs & Parts k" Horse Shoes and Nails WE BUY AND SELL GRAINS AND FEEDS Petersen .Lumber and Grain Co. Edward Petersen, Manager Phone 20 Sundance, Wyo. CISSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES: L INCOME TAX AND BOOKKEEP- ing work. Frank Cubbison, Sun- dante, Telephone 66R2. lttn A0RIZED SERVEL GAS refrigerator sales and servite. Crook County Refinery. tfn O. 1 MIMEOGRAPH PAPER, Legal and letter size at The Times. 3e per word for each Insert/on. Minimum charge 25c each m- sertion. Payment mast accompany order for advertisement. MAIL ORDERS FOR PRESCRIP- tions and other needs filled promptly at Blue Drug and Jewelry, Spearfish, S.D. 37tfn RADIO-PHONOGRAPH REPAIRS. Complete line of parts for all radios, record changers. All work guaranteed. Gambles, Spearfish, S.D. tfn &RT PAPER---MANY COLORS,, 9x12, 50c a package. The Times. BRING YOUR RADIOS TO GAM- hle's in Spearfish for expert seF- vlte. 29t 'f INVENTORY SHEETS AT THE Times FOR SALE: 1950 GOSHEN TRAIL- erhouse, 35-ft., modern, 2-bed. room. Phone 137R12. 22tln IS YOUR CAR GIVING YOU THE shock treatment due to wheels that wiggle and bounce, that get out of line and wear badly? End the shock treatment . get our precision wheel balancing and Bear alignment service. Linstad Alignment & Brake Service, Belle Fourche, S.D. 24tfn REMEMBER, WHEN YOU DE- cide to buy a monument or marker we handle more than 60 models at prices far below what you would expect to pay. Fred Blakeman, Moorcroft, Wyo. 23tfn FOR SALE - JACUZZI WATER pump systems. Crook County Re- finery. m, , FOR SALE: 1953 37-ft. 2 BED- room Magnolia trailer home and 6 by 8 ft. porch. Price reasonable. May be seen at any time at Car- lile post office. 41tfn FOR SALE: TRAILER COURT, good location, reasonable. Write or see Amy Brown, Sundance, Wyo. 48-50 FOR SALE: THIRTEEN 3 and 4- year-old bulls - which I have used in my own herd. Christy Smith, Phone 6Fll, Sundance, Wyo. 48-49* Monuments And Markers for enerations to come AT YOUR RELIABLE DEALER Serving you, your fami- lies and friends for over 50 years. Duchene's Deadwood Granite and Marble Works Deadwood, S. D. WE ARE ALWAYS HERE Paul Xkrop, Mgr. BILL'S DRY CLEANING AND Laundry Service - formerly Del's - is available in Sundance twice a week; free pickup and deliv- ery on Mondays and Thursdays. Bear Lodge Hotel is pickup sta tion. 37tfn. FOR RENT: 2 APARTMENTS one partly furnished. Mrs. Lila Zimmerschied, Sundance. 40tfn TOWNSHIP PLATS - THE SUN- dance Times. fin FOR SAWFILING AND REPAIR: See Roy Jones, Sundance. 44tin STRAYED: ONE BIG, MULEY bull, branded 5W on left hip. Phone 204J collect, Fred Snoozy, Spearfish, S.D. 46-48* 'FOR SALE: COMBINED UN- cleaned crested wheat grass seed, contains no weed seed just some stems - 10e lb. Lyle Put- man, Tower Divide. 46tfn TWO-BEDROOM MODERN HOME for rent. Inquire Lee's Phar- macy. It Kara Creek Roger and Jack Rasmussen and Kenny Jacobson of Omaha, Nebr. came to visit old friends in and around Sundance Wednesday. Rag-' er worked for Fred Tschetter at the sawmill in 1947. They left for home Sunday. 23 enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner and supper at the Lee Thompson home, among them were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dillavou and family, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wagner and fam- ily, Fred Tschetter, Freddie and Peggy, Jack and Roger Rasmussen and Kenny Jacobson. Art Zimmerschied brought his cattle home from Cabin Creek one day last week for winter feeding. Sherry Dillavou and Peggy Tsehetter were weekend visitors at their grandparents, leaving for home and back to school on Sun- day afternoon. Miller Creek Last Week Jack Newman and Jim Oudin FOR THE BEST IN ALL TYPES] were last Monday visitors at Hal of insurance - see L. O. Tracy, I Oudin's" Sundance. 46tfnl Lloyd Anderson returned home from the Belle Fourche hospital D NO--GE E--':EC- I Wednesday where he had been hospitalized following a pick-up tric refrigerator - $50. Tracy accident. We wish him a very Motor Co., Sundance. 47-48 speedy recovery. FOR SALE: FEED BARLEY $1.60 per cwt.; baled hay $15 and $21; Timberlock grain and stock com- bination 15 ft. long. Also want a 1947 Chev. 2-ton truck, a junker D or K model Internation- al pickup, and a 1 HP Inter- national water-cooled engine. Red Ranch, Beulah, Wyo. 47tfn FOR SALE: 1500 BU. OATS. Con- tact Fred Perino or Leo Perino. Phone Osage IN5-2287 or IN5- 2285. Or write at Four Corners. 48-49* LOST: BETWEEN FOUR CORN- ers and Sundance - 21 in. Model A spare tire and wheel with set of chains. Write Leland Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hutchins and Judy; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rathbun returned Wednesday from a two week visit with relatives in Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin and Dorothy were Tuesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chesney Rathbun. Mr. and Mrs. Will Oudin were Sundance visitors Thursday. Word was received here Thurs. day of the passing of Art Mont- gomery a former rancher and long time resident of this Community. Friends extend sympathy to the bereaved family. Several from this vicinity attended last rites at Sheridan Monday afternoon. THE SUNDANCE TIMES . 1 Sundance, Wyo. Dec. 1, I' ] "'- Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hayworth 11 I| i-____ B'-rsdaY evening gue l I  of Minnichs. ' ,|.! 1 Mr. and lVlrs. Forrest Oison au.| |Hi7 -t-o M!nnesota d u! [)l iast week where they were cae| -- - ff the f[ IT Olson also departed Saturday. Lawrence Preston and son, I)' i ]l' J. W. Preston, of Wells, Minn. v | [|T ited last weekend at Hal OudiaS i _l u and enjoyed deer hunting, el J. D. Carr made a trip to Gillett [ : Saturday and brought home a truclc ! odo cos Mr. and Mrs. Ross Scott of Spe" fish were Sunday guests of the Paul Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Chesney Rathb and Roger were visitors at the Cummings ranch Monday. The men helped with butchering. I N. Ellis Mattox, M.D. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Office Hours 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. 6531/ Main Street Deadvood, S. D. Dr. OHver A. Jewett OPTOMETRIST Belle Fourche Office Over Frey's Hardware (Phone 730) Tuesday Through Saturday i l DR. KEITH LOGAN CHIROPRACTOR Bolles Building Phone 555 Belle Fourche, S. D. Eyes ExamYaed-.lasses Fitted DR. 1'. H. PROCTOR OPTOMETRIST Phone No. 300 J Deadwood Over Montgomery Ward Store That's right - for better farming use better equipment and materials. That's why we're headquarters for farmers and ranchers. We carry complete stocks of the finest materails. Some of the mater- ials and equipment you'll need now are listed here. Check your needs and come in and see us. . Woven Wire . Barb Wire Galvanized Roofing t Steel Fence Posts 4 Well Supplies "k StOck Tanks k" "Comon Sense" Sleighs & Parts - Horse Shoes and Nails Ranch Supplies WE BUY AND SELL GRAINS AND FEEDS Petersen Lumber and Grain Co. Edward Petersen, Manager Phone 20 Sundance, Wyo. BRODSKY Packing Co. For Processing Spearfish, S. D. / Sundance.Bx523'Newcastler Bx221| '"SE BETTER It* EQUIPMENT! ............. Til=r-- For Those Tender  J I " , Smoked Hams  ][ ..d B.oo. We're Farm and Bring your ;Hogs to SLY'S GROCERY Groceries, Meats, Fruits, egetables, Bakery (.ods Belle Fourche. S. D. FOR A MODERN FOOD STORE