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h the Black Hills of Wyoming .i LEGAL NOTICE8 - NbTIc~; o~ ~NAr. "--- SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE All creditors and others inter- ested In the estate of Mary E. ~laybaugh, Deceased, take notice that the undersigned administra- tor of said estate will on or before the 5th day of April, 1946, file in the office of the Clerk of Court @f Crook County, Wyoming, his final account and petition for distribution of said estate, where anyone interested may examine much account a~d petition and file objections thereto in writing at any time before the 16th dey of April, 1946, and if no objec- tions are filed thereto he will make .flnal settlement of said qmtate'on the 17th day of April, 1946, or as soon thereafter as the matter may ,be heard. Dated at Sundance, Wyoming, t~is 12th day of March, 1946. CLEO SLAYBAUGH, Administrator @TIS REYNOLDS, Attorney March 14-Zl-28-April 4 .z NOTICE OF FINAL ~NT OF ESTATE All creditors and others inter- ~tod in the estate of Ireue Rugg- ]e~, Deceased, take notice that the undersigned administrator of mid estate will on or before the 5th day of April, 1946, file in the office of the Clerk of Court of Orook County, Wyoming, his final Iboeount and petition for distri- bution of said estate, where any- one interested may examine such ~oeou~t and petition and file ob- Jections thereto in writing at any time before the 16th day of April, 1046, and if no objections are filed thereto he will make final settlement of said estate on the 1Tth day of April, 1946, or as soon thereafter as the matter may be he-ard. Dated at Sundance, Wyoming, this 12th day of March, 1946. GEORGE RUGGLESS, Administrator OTIS REYNOLDS, Attorney March 14-21-28-April 4 The $un danee~,, Tlmee, 8undanee, Wyoming Beulah (,Last Week) John Crago was quite badly injured last Monday whe~ a load of hay on which he was riding tipped over throwing him down a ten foot bank. His right arm and leg were badly bruised and two ribs broken Billy and Larry Cleveland have been ill with the measles the past week. LeRoy Lull from Sundance was a brief caller at the Gerald Blake- man home Wednesday evening. Hei had been to Deadwood where his wife underwent surgery at thel St. Josephs hospital that day. I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tauck at-I tended the sale in Belle Fourche] Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Larkin Cleveland[ and sons were in Spearfish Sat. Lou Sommers who works down on Hay Creek, spent the week- end March 9 with her sister Anna Guidinger. Roger and Billy Blakeman spent Saturday night with their grandparents in Sundance. Mrs. John Ishmael was taken to Deadwood to the hospital last Saturday suffering with pneu- monia. Her many friends wish her a speedy recovery. (This Week) Mrs. Larkin Cleveland was ad- mitted to the St. Josephs hospital i~ Deadwood last Sunday and un- derwent surgery the following day. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Landis are staying at the Cleveland home while Mrs. Cleveland is in the hospital. Clifford Island with the help of Roy Follum, Gerald and W. H. Blakeman, Mr. and Mrs. John Olson and Walter Mathews moved Gerald Blakeman's house across the highway last Sunday. The E. H. Reinecke children have all ,been quite ill with the measles the past week. Emerald Reinecke did a little farming last week before the snow storm. John Crago is recovering satis- factorily from his bruises received last week when he was thrown Farmers-Ranchers Now Is The Time to Repair That Old Harness Get your harness and saddle parts here. We can furnish you ANY PART for harnes~ saddles, from the smallest to the largest. Bridles, Bits, Hand Tooled Leather Goods, Purses, Dill Folds, Belts and scores of other items in the leather line. Come in and see them. That smooth flowing string you've al- ways dreamed of owning is now on the market. MENS AND BOYS COWBOY BOOTS Miller's Leather Shop Belle Fourche, South Dakota from a load of hay. Myrtle Mathews has been house- cleaning for her mother, Mrs. W. H. Mathews. Anna Guidinger, Mrs. Walter Mathews, Mae Guidtnger, Junior Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne La.ndis, Mrs. Gerald Blakeman and Mrs. Glen Williams were all callers in Spearfish last Wednesday from Beulah. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Guidinger returned home Thursday from a two months vacation spent in the east, visiting relatives and taking baths at Hot Springs, Arkansas. Mrs. Leo Crago and children and Wayne Hamilton visited Fri- day P. M. with Mrs. Gerald Blake- man. Mrs. Guenther and family from Spearfish visited Friday evening at the John Crago home. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Blakeman Mrs. Newell Garman and son Neff were brief callers at the Gerald Blakeman home Friday P. M. Mrs. Garman and Neff were just returning from Rochester, Minn. where Neff has been receiving treatments for a badly burned leg. Clifford Island is busy lambing these days. Roy Follum broke a" saddle horse to ride over the week-end at the Frank Tauck ranch. Mrs. Glen Williams and child- ren called on Mrs. Frank Tauck Friday evening. Freddie Williams celebrated his tenth birthday Saturday, March 16. Mr. Mu~son, one of the forest rangers Is now taking his vaca- tion which lasts about six weeks. Mr. Chas. Laynard who has oeen away for some time, returned to his home in Beulah last week. Royal Mills had a new porch .built on his ~house last week. Mr. Laynard did this work. Inyan Kara Mr. and Mrs. Roy Little took their baby to Sundance last week to consult Dr. Ctarenbach. The baby has been sick for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sorensen were Monday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs, Frank Plachy. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Taylor were in this vicinity Saturday of last week. Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Herb Stech went to Sheridan on the bus Sunday. While in Sheridan they were guests of Kenneth Ben- nicks. Mr. and Mrs. Bennick brought them home and spent the week end with friends here. We are sorry to hear of the illness of the youngest daughter of Julius Fredrickson, but at this writing she is much improved. Mrs. Pete Smith and daughter Connie expect to leave soon for her former home in New York where she will attend the wed- ding of her younger sister. Thursday, March 21 J. E. Ackerman was taken to the hospital in Rapid last week end following tack of pleurisy. He had to his home the Sunday following an apt is expected home again day of this week. QUICK RELIEF Symptoms of Distr~ STOMACH 0.,, TO EXCESS ACt Must Help or it Will Cost You I ' two million and Duodenal Ulcers duo Dlpstlon, Sour or U~ Hearkburn cid. Sold on 1J Ask for "WJllard's explains this treatment--frm~---a$ LEE~ PKaRMACY, W l b ggi g about our Fresh e are a ways ra n and Vege~bl. Dep~ Sales have steadily increased until we have to get supplies daily which means f~remh goods all the time. Everything that is on the market is on display here. In our Meat Shop we also carry a very complete stook both freah and cured meats. Mail orders given prompt and careful attention. SLY'S GROCERY Groceries, Meats, Fruits, Vegetables, Bakery Goodz BELLE POURCKE, S. D. Dad's right -wanting another OIL-PLATED en " CONOC0 No,o,o, and remember onofher big fhhtgt Don't soy octane--SkY N.TANE* ... CONOCO N.TANE GASOLINE *TRADE MArX M~)torists' Lesson I from World War II is that cars with OIL- PLATED engines don't quit easy. Though some are being traded for stylc's sake now, you can safely- figure that the owners are repeating on OIL-PLATED engines I They make sure to get them--the same as you can do --by using Conoco Nth motor oil, with its added OIL-PLATING ingredient. This acts magnet- need a Spring oil like, forcing engine parts to at- ~ this is exactly your tract and hold a close-bonded OIL-PLATE. Pay just surfacing of lubricant, for it[ See'Your Conoco And that's protective OIL- age Merchant. PLATING -- the wear-fighterl Oil Company Like a shield over the finished inner surfaces that want preserved, OIL-PLATINO! iS in position against wear .'i in gum, and slud oil and gasoline economy. want all that, and it's the asking. Nth oil in any car. In the of an older car, you Sutton's Garage Hulett Harvey's Service Sta. 8undanee Carlile Service Station[ Carlile m Grenier's Service Devils Tower Goff's Service Wonderview Sundance 8undanee