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For Victory Buy War Bonds " L eAT. N0riCES .... NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of LEN~IS S. JORGEN~EN, also known as LOUIS S. JORC~ENSEN, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that let- ters of administration have been The Sundance Times, Sundance, Wyoming granted to the undersigned ad- ministrator by the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, in the above estate and that all per- sons 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 on or before six months after July m STATEMENT CROOK COUNTY OF TKE COST OF MAINTAINING COUNTY GOVERNMENT FROM JANUARY 1ST, 1944 TO JULY IST, 1944, prepared under the pro- visions of Section 30-614, Revised Statutes of 1931, and taken from the Register showing Warrants and Certificates of indebtedness ls- Imed during that period. ]~1 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS-- Salaries .$ 853.42 Expenses 541.71 ]B-~ COUNTY CLERK Salaries 1,910.36 ~nses 191.74 ]~S COUNTY TREASURER--- Salaries 1,395.13 $,108.10 1,567.06 152.82 1,719.88 1,117.80 1,055.41 2,170.21 B-4 I,I03.SI Expenses ]~| COUNTY SHeRIFF-- Salaries 888.Z2 Expenses 2 ~ 4.99 ]~| COUNTY ATTORNEY-- Salaries "589.80 Expenses 146.73 736.58 ~,7 BUPERINTENDENT OF IBCH00~ Salaries 844.80 Expenses 433.68 1,278.46 B-9 COUNT CORONER--- darles S.00 Expenses 8.88 13.88 ]~10 AGRICULTURAL I~PAR'J~MFAqT-- Salaries 150.00 E~r'-penmm $8.18 685.18 ]~1| JUSTICE COURT--- Salaries 13.90 Expenses 13.90 1-18 COURT HOUSE AND JAIL-- Salaries 589.80 ~Expenses 405.38 995.18 ]~-14 ROAD AND ~IDGE--- Salaries Expenses 11,700.27 ]~..16 ~ STOCK INSPECTOR-- Salaries 445.04 Expenses 445,04 ]~17 E~L'~IONS--- ~xpenses 10.30 10.80 11..18 HE I,TH OWFlCm -- l daries 68.08 6s.0s 19-|0 ]I[ISCELLANEOUS GENE~ Printing and Publishing $02.35 Compensation to State 288.37 690.72 Vital Statistics 63.00 State Institution Cost 91.60 Premiums on Bonds 456.00 Miscellaneous 99.45 Hunter-Trapper 946.94 Welfare & Resettlement 204.11 | Ration Office 39.60 TOTAL WARRANTS AND CERTIFICATE6 ISSUED_._$27,034.T7 ~PATEMENT OF OUTSTANDING INDEBTEDNESS OF THE COUNTY County warrants unpaid this date .|166.45 - GROSS DEBT OF T~IE COUNTY 156.46 \ THE STATE OF WYOMING, ) )Ba County of Crook ) IT IS HEreBY CERTIFIED that the foregoing is n true and complete Abstract Statement of the Total Amount of Warrants and Certificates of indebtedness issued ,by the County of Crook in the State of Wyoming from Jafluary 1, 1944 to July 1, 1944. FRANCIS H~JDE, County Clerk 8undance, Wyoming July 5, 1944. THE STATE (IF WYOMING, ) )ss. County of Crook ) ' IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED that the foregoing is a true and complete Abstract Stalement of the receipts and disbursements of the CoUnty of Crook in the State of Wybming from January 1, 1944 to July 1, 1944, and the cost of maintaining the government of the said County, evidenced ~by warrants and certificates of indebtedn~ ~ed in payment of indebtedness incurred during said time, and further tnat the statement of Indebtedness ~ff the coanty is true and correct; all evidenced ~by repo~ts filed with the Board of County Commissioners by the County Treasurer and the County Clerk. WITNESS my hand as Chairman of the Board of county Commissioners, attested by the co'sty Clerk this 5th day of July, A. D., 1944. H. C. MINNICH, Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners ATTEST: ~IS HEJDE, County Cler~ In The Black Hills of 20, 1944, the date of the first publication of this notice to the administrator at his residence in Sundance, Wyoming, and if such claims are not so filed or exhibit- ed they will be forever barred Dated July 20, 1944. CLYDE D. ROBERTS, Administrator Otis Reynolds, Attorney. July 20-27---Aug. 3. X, RATION BOARD BRIEFS Grade I Tir The following were allowed Grade I tires this past week by the rationing board: Howard Zimmerschied, Tex Davis. Jack Dillon, F. W. Kim- ball, Harry Berger, Lydia Hoyer, Albert Clyde, Dwight Hart, Estes Edwards, Herb Stech, Joseph Gates, John Snyder. Cleo Olson, Jess Storm, Fred Kruger, Billy Ownby. Ernest Bunney, Jr., Ezra Wollen, Voy Cox, G. Merlin O'- Hayer, Ross Scott. Edna Graves a]ikl Julius Hauber. Official Table Point Tal Unchanged Due to certain expected changes in point values, the national of- rice advises the offietal point table, effective July 2, will con- tlnue in effect until further no- tice. Issuance of the August point tahle will he postponed. Furloughed Serv/eemn Allowed ] ore Gas Effective July 25, members of the armed forces on furlough for three days or more are entitled to one gallon of gasoline a day for each day of their vacation to a maximum of 30 gallons. The new ruling replaces a former reg- ulation which granted a fiat five gallons. Effective immediately, a raise of four points for ,butter was an- nounced ~fonday. This brings the point value of butter back to 16 points. X Personal Johnny Stahl, who has been spending most of the summe~ with his aunt, Mrs. Goodsen, who lives south of Newcastle, came in on the Horton mail Monday to etay with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Grice. He expects to spend a few more days at the Goodson ranch ~efore the be- ginning of the school ~erm. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Chatfield. ac- oompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Dave Fraser, left Sunday for Rochester, Minnesota to enter the clinic. Mr and Mrs. W. H Butterfield returned Sunday from a several days vacation in Wetland and in the Big Horns with M~rs. Butter- field's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dunn and with her son. Billy Hedden, who is spending the summer with his grandpar- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hauber re- turned Saturday from Rochester, Minn Mrs Hauber, who under- went an operation there, is re- covering satisfactorily. They stopped in Sundance and took their little granddaughter, Mary on home with them. Lt. Wood Gray arrived home Sunday afternoon for an 18-hour visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Gray. Two of his friends accompanied him. Marian Grubb was released from St. Joseph's hospital in Deadwood last Wednesday. Dick Crago of Beulah was tak- en to the Deadwoed hospital Sun- day for treatment reports his son Keith, who was ~n ~undance Mon- day. Mrs. Margaret Johnstone spent part of last week visiting at the Edna ~raves ranch at Carlile. Mrs. Frances McGee, of Omaha, a sister-in-law of Mrs. Graves, is also a house guest there and plans to remain until Saturday. :Mrs Grenier and son Johnny, of Devils Tower were in Sun- dance Monday getting informa- tion necessary for the securing of a birth certificate. He expects to enter the navy Just as soon as a certificate is secured. OF THE RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS OF THE CO~ CROOK IN THE STATE OF WYOMING, AND STATEMENT PENSE OF MAINTAINING THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT JANUARY 1, 1944, TO JULY 1, 1944, PREPARED UNDER PROVISIONS OF SECTION 30-614, REVISED STATUTES OF STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENT~ AMOUNT ON HAND January 1, 1944__$148,696.26 RECEIPTS--- 1944 Taxes collected, shown by Miscell- aneons Receipts Taxes collected 1943 Delinquent t~xes collected Penalties and Interest collected __ Poll Taxes County Officers fees covered into the treasury Stock Inspection Fees County Licenses Treasurer's Fees Justice fines covered into the treasury _ School Land Income National Forest Funds Government Royalty Funds Gasoline Tax Redemption Fund Interest on U. S. Bonds Assignment of Certificate of Purchase __ High School Funds from Sources other than tax Sale of County Lands ~ylor Grazing Fund SPecial Live Stock Tax General Welfare Car Company Tax Road Polls Miscellaneous Nxpress Co. Tax DISBURSEM~ENTS--- Remitted the State Treasurer County Warrants Paid Rebate tax orders paid County Library Redemptions Predatory "Animal Fund City of Sundance, Municipal City of Mooreroft, Bond and Interest __. C. C. H. ~. No. I, Warrants C. C. H. S. No. 2, Warrants Interest paid on Sohooi Dl~rict Bonds_ [3]/001 Dist. Bonds paid C.C.H.S. No. 1 ~hool District Bonds paid, No. 16........_ Poll -+ Im l General School tax paid District Treas- urers Special School tax paid District Trsa~ urm~ Behool I~nd Income paid District Tz~ms- ~irer~ Government Royalty Fund Paid District Treasurers General Welfare General Welfare Health Ledger oash balance July I, 1944 634.54 25,763.23 353.15 239.92 756.00 1,733.66 213.60 810.00 23.00 10.53 14,302.32 4,029.54 40.05 6,651.70 981.94 187.50 ~3~0 8,610.45 2~.28 1,1Z9.$1 870,36 10,|65.$5 ~.78 4.00 64.~7 10.90 $ TOTA~b $$36,637.70 The cash on hand is available for the following p~ General County $ Library Redemption Fund Judgment Fund County General School Payment of State Taxes Genera~I Welfare $2,441.70; Welfare Health I6,586.97-- School District Funds School Bonds and Interest Cities and Towns Special Tax on Livestock Overdraft on Land Income Fund (minus) $,1 15,: TOTAL STATEMENT OF TH~ BONDED INDEBTEDNESS SCHOOL DISTRICTS AT THE CIA~E OF WHE PERIOD JULY 1, 1944 AS SHOWN BY THE BOND THE COUNTY: C C H S No. 1 __$28,500.00 9-1-35 4% 1-1-66 -$15,500.00 14, District No. 16_ 28,000.00 6-1-29 5% 6-1-54 ~4,000.00 |' STATE OF W'YOMING, ) )is. County of Crook ) IT IS ~R~BY CERTIFIED that the is plete Abstract Statement o$ the receiPtS and county of Crook in ~he state of WyomLl~ from January 1, July I, 1944, and that the foregoing statement of the edness is true and correct. ~undanee, Wyoming, July I1, 1944. July $$-29--August 3.