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Black Hills of Wyoming 5SOC ],N E. LIN.SEY -- -- Own.,-P,bii.h., m Published Every Thursday by THE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. for County, City & U. S. Land Office An independent Newspaper ........................................ $1.50 Sundance, 3, 1879. ROTICE 01 MORTGAGE FORECL0SUILE SALE default has been made eondition~ of that certain dated the 26th day of 1939, made, executed andI [,by Jessie A. Ware, asI Dr, to Fred Schloredt, as] ee, which mortgage was] d on record in the office1 !e County Clerk and Ex-officio I Bier of Deeds of Crook Coun-I ~YOming, on the 28th day of] ~st, 1939 at the hour of 3:30 ek p. m., a.nd recorded in c 86 of Mortgages at page' and which mortgage was~ assigned by Elfriede Schlor- Ld Leroy Schloredt, as ad-! of the estate of Fred deceased to O. C. Dink- M. Dinkins, and tile thereof duly filed for the office of the County' and Ex-offi.cio Register of of said Crook County, Wyo- )n the 22nd day of Novem- at 10:00 o'clock a. m., in Book 95 of Mort- at page 353; and the L claimed to be due on said at the date of this no- the sum of $504.88. herefore notice is hereby by virtue of the power in said mortgage of the statute made and provided, will 'be fore- s~le of the .mortgaged premises therein and described, at public the highest bidder, at door of the court- the town of Sundance Crook, State of W~o- the 19th day of July the hour .of eleven o'- le forenoon of said day. mortgaged lands and are situated in said Crook, State of Wyo- described i~ said mort- )llows, to-wit: ,~,:~ ,. e of Block twenty-two ~ ~ rat Addition to the ~,~,', of Sundance together .~j .~ all i mprovements there- N'ted - JUne 17 1946 O. C. DINKINS and As EILEEN M. DINKINIS, slgnees and Owners of Mortgage. "_ Blakeman, Sheriff of ~2~ntY, Wyoming, Auc- attorney for As- June 20-27-July 4-11 TO CREDITORS of the Estate of ~ANFORD, also known deceased hereby given that administration have to the undersigned by the District i County, Wyoming, i estate and that all' claims against are required to file the necessary vouchers of the Clerk of the court or to exhibit necessary vouchers six~ months after the date of the \ I ARTHRITIS for years and am so : I found relief from Zfflictlon that I will anyone writing me Mrs. Anna Pautz, Vancouver, Wash. Labratories ' ' ica~ion first :publ of this notice to I the undersigned administratrix at [her residence in Sundance, Wyo- ]ming, and if such claims are not ]so filed or exhibited they will be forever barred. | Dated June 25, 1946. I MAMIE EAST, Administratrix Otis Rey~zolds, Attorney June 27-July 4-11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of HATTIE ~SEELEY, deceased. Notice is hereby given that letters of administration have been granted to the undersigned administrator by the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, in the above estate and that all persons having claims against said estate are required to file them with the necesary vouchers in the office of the Clerk of the above ~lamed conrt or to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers on or before six months after June 27, 1946, the date of the first publication of this notice to Otis Reynolds, attorney for the administrator, at his office in Sundance, Wyoming, and if such claims are not so filed or exhi,bit- ed they will ,be forever barred. Dated June 25, 1946. CLAUDE E. SEELEY7 Administrator Otis Reynolds, Attorney. June 27-July 4-11 ~X NOTICE TO CREDITORS I.n lhe Matter of the Estate of l CONRAD SCHLOREDT, deceased.. Notice is hereby given that ~etters of administration have been granted to the undersigned administrator 1)y the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, in the above estate and that all persons having claims against said estate are required to file them with the necessary vouchers in the office of the Clerk of the above named court or to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers o'n- or before six months after June 27, 1946, the date of the first publication of this notice to the undersigned administrator at his store in Sundance, Wyoming, and if such claims are not so filed or exhibited they will be forever barred. Dated June 25, 1946. LEROY SCHLOREDT, Administrator Otis Reynolds, Attorney. June 27-July 4-11 X NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEI~[ENT OF EST~T~ All creditors and others inter- ested in the estate of Samuel A. Gill, deceased, take ,notice that the undersigned executor of said estate will on or before the 19th day of July, 1946, file in the of- flee of the Clerk of Court of Crook County, Wyoming, his final account and petition for distribution of said estate, where anyone interested may examine such account and petition and file objections thereto in writing at any time before the 3])th day of July, 1946, and if no objec- tions are filed thereto he will make final settlement of said es- tate on the 31st day of July, 1946, or as soon thereafter as the mat- Election Dance Legion Hall Sundance. July 16 Admissions: Grad~ Stds~--. 75e, inc. tax Adults .$1.30 Includes state tax and l~- er~e~ed Federal tax. Mimic by Chlttim Dance Band The Sundance Times, Sundanoe, Wyomil~ : I ter may be heard. Dated at Sundance, Wyoming, this 25th day of June, 1946. GLEN G. GILL, Executor Otis Reynolds, Attorney. June 27-July 4-11_18 .X IN THE DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT STATE OF WYOMING ) )ss. County of Crook ) In the Matter of the Estate of LEWIS A. KRUEGER, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION To the creditors, heirs and de- visees of Lewis A. Krueger, de-i ceased, and to all persons whom, it may concern: You are hereby notified that Gee. E. Jolley and Millicent E. Jolley have filed their petition in the above entitled court alleging that the said Lewis A. Krueger died intestate in November, 1923, a resident of Chicago, Illinois,, and owning the following describ- : ed real estate in Crook County, Wyomt~g, to-wit: Lots 5 and 6, the south half of the northeast quarter and the southeast quarter of Sec- tion 5, the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter, the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter, the north- east quarter, and the north half of the southeast quarter of Section 8 in Township 57 North of Range 65 West of the 6th P. M., containing 640 acres, more oz" less, that the said deceased left sur- viving him as his sole arid (rely heirs at law, his widow, Addle Krueger and his daughter, Alice Dorothy Eckert, and that said heirs have heretofore conveyed by warranty deed all of their right, title and interest in said premises to the sai~ petitioners who are now the sole owners in fee simple of said premises. Said petition prays for a deter- ination of the time of death of /lie decedent, and a determina- tion of the heirs of said deceased, the degree of kinship and the righL of desceuI of the said real estate and that petitioners are now the sole owners iu fee simpleI of said premises, and a hearing l will 'be had thereon before the' above named court at the court room of the court house in Sun- dance, Crook County, Wyoming, on the 3rd day of August, 1946, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon and a decree made and entered conformable to the proofs. Dated this 28th day of June, 1946. FRANCIS HEJDE, Clerk of Court (SEAL) Gee. E. Jolley and Millicent E. Jolley, Petitioners. Otis Reynolds, Attorney. July 4-11-18_25 PUBLICATION 0~ SUMMONS To Katherine C. Wiejek whose last known address was care of Megiddo Mission. Rochester, New York, and whose present address or place of residence is ~o plain- tiff unknown : You are hereby notified that you have been sued i,n District INSURE CANNING SUCCES*S. CAPS, LIDS & RUBBERS And follow iu~roetlO~ In the Ball Blue Book. To I~et your copy se~d |Oc with your name and addre~ io- nia ||OTHEI~S COMPANY, Mude, l~. ,i i i. i i Court of !SiXth Judicial District, ~tate of Wyoming, sitting In Town of Sundan~e, within and for Crook County, Wyoming, by Frank S. Wie,jek who has filed his petition therein the object and prayer of 'which is to obtain an absolute divorce from you; the exclusive custody of Alice Wiejek, child of tlle parties; for an order enjoin- ing defendant, A. W. Jens~n, from paying to you any part of note and mortgage dated December, 1942, and to have the said note and mortgage set over to plaintiff as his sole, separate and absolute property, and for such other re- lief ns may be equitable. You are further notified that unless you a~swer the petition of plaintiff on or before Augnst 10, 1946, the same with all matters and allega- tions therein will be taken as true and judgment rendered accm'd- ingly. FRANCIS HEJDE, Clerk of said Court FRANK S. WIEJEK, Plaintiff James T. McGuckin, Attorney July 4-11-18_25 USE IT AS h TRUCK USE IT AS A TRACTOR USE IT AS A RUNABOUT USE IT AS A MOBILE POWER UNIT The power of the Willys-Ove~ land "Jeep" ]Engine and selective 2- and 4-wheei drive make the "~eep" a vehicle of amazing versa tility, petfomance and economy. .-,;leep Earl C. Schultz & Sons Phone 56J Spearfish, S. D, I I III II Thursday, July 11, 1946 CARD 0F THANKS For the many acts of kindness during the illness of our loved one, and for the many expressions of sympathy and beautiful floral offerings following his death we here express our heartfelt thanks to one and all. Mrs. Charles Durfee and family. DON'T MISS THE Black Hills AIRFAIR Speirfish, S. D. July 20-21 Everett Hogan's P-51 2000 h.p. P-51 in 600-mile-an -hour dive and hi-speed ac- robatics, U. S. Army P-80 Jet-propelled--fastest ship in United States pursui~ groups, Parachute Jumps and light plane races each day. lHogan's AT-6 Piloted by Clyde Adams in outstanding acrobatic rou- tines. Brig. Gem C. F. Born 15th AF Commander (and formerly of Deadwood) will be guest speaker both days and present the army show. U. S. arnly flight .of B-29 bonlbers and P-47 fighters. 12-uni~ caravan of U. S. ar- my air equipment, 7 types of army planes, all open for in- spection, Coyote hunting demonstra- tion from plane, passenger rides, Hollywood announcer, bands, dance, big carnival and concessions. Grounds Open 10 a. m. daily 3-Hour Show Starts 1 p. m. Mountain Daylight Savings AMERICAN LEGION -- at-- H-U-L-E-T-T Saturday, July 13 Music by Black Hills Trio