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: CUME TAX 'AND BOOKKmSe- mg work--Frank Cubbkon, 8undane~. 4 t~ FOR PP SCmP- tions and other needs filled promptly at Blt~e Drug and Jewelry, 8Pearfieh, S. D: 37tin ~LUMINUM JEEP TOPS--- Earl C Schultz and Sane, Spearfish, ~OR S~LLE---US~ED HOUSEHOLD ~ goods also 10c counter. TI/e SeCOnd Hand Store, Sundance. 18tfn LEA, RN A T17~ADE WHILE GO- tug to school. If you are a Freshman or Sophomore in high school and are willing to work and learn a trade and get a cash ~age for it, while working after school and Satur- days inquire at the Sundance Times WIIzL BUY, SELL OR TRADE , Ammunition, guns, fishing tael~le, reporting goods of all kinds. Good supply of large rifle shells at present---Gain. ~blu, A. D., SPearflzh. --5tin $2-VOLT DELC OLIGHTPLANT and appliances for sale--- Roy Camerons, Sundance. tfn SAJ.zFr---USEff) HOUSEHOLD goods. St~dio Beds, 2-tu~h elee- :~tric washers. Big assortment cook stoves Oak doors, some ' ~with gla~ panels. Windows with frame to fR. Kitchen sink with splasher and drainboard. ~:Sewing machines, beds, mat- i:~tresses, springs. Lots of dishes and cooking utensils. --Special =sale on kitchen tools, souven- irs, antiques and novelties.---- Alsol0c counter.-- "l~he Second~ Halad Store, Sund~nce. ]rOR ~I~,----1937 N~SHWIL-~ ~let ~eyser. 3~-34-35 L~GHT HOUS]!IKEEP~NG CAB- ~or Rent.---J)an I~oebuck. 33-4* AT S'I~RAYED -- O~E BRO~WN GEL- ding, fhrand Vir with ,bar under the W on left thigh. --Glen Bush, Hulett. 34-36* B,NDER AN5 mower in No. 1 shape. --Reu- ben Necltlason. 34-35* FOR ~KALE --- NEARLY NEW Easy washin~ machine, $75.-- ~Sundanee Electric. ~Tlt.A'/'~D 15 H~AD BLXCK face sheep with Muley buck. Reward $20.00---Henry Engel- haupt. Telephone Ulric Haw- ken, 4F12, 34-35 X-- -LEOAL NOTICES NOTICE TO C EDITORS In t~he Matter of the Estate of ~JILLIC~NT ~, JOI~I~EY, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that let- ~ral~ of administration have .been nted to the undersigne~l ado nistrator by the District Court 6f Crook County, Wyoming'in the ~ab~v e estate, and that all persons ing claims against sid estate are required to file them with ~ ~he necessary vouchers in the of- rice of the clerk of the ~bove ~gmed court or to exhibit them ~viVh the necessary vouchers on or beore six months after Aug- uSt 12, 1948, the date of the first p~hlt~Ca;tlon of this notice, tO Otis Reynolds, attorney for the~ administrator, a~ his office in ~lndance, Wyoming, and if such cl~tims are not so filed or exhibit- ~d they will ~be forever barred. Dated August 12, 1948. 'WA~I~R~N ~. ~RAY, Administrator Otis Reynolds, Attorney August 12-19-26. NOTICE OF FINAL SETT OF ESTATE All "creditors and others inter- ~eedted in the estate of Ezra E. , deceased, take notice that the undersigned admlnistratrix . Of ~aid estate will on or before ~e 10th day of September. 1948. her final account and petition for distribution of s~id estate, where any one interested may examine such account and petition and file abjections thereto in writing at any time before the 22nd day of ~September, 1948, and if no abjections are filed thereto she will make final settlement of said estate on the 23rd day of Septem- ber, 1948. or as soon thereafter as the matter may be beard. Dated at Sundance, Wyoming this 19th day of August, 1948. Elaine A. Olson. Administratl ix Otis Reynolds, Attorney. August 19-26-~Sept. 2-9. .-.--.X Albert Daniels "Dies August 13 Albert Daniels, 54. who lived many years near the ~Sheldon vic- inity south of Sundance, was stricken with a heart attack Fri- day morning, and died before medical aid could be called: Daniels was born September 28. 1894 on a ~farm near Spearfish. He moved into Crook county with his ,brother and three sisters about 1918. In 1931 at ,Newcastle he was married to Cleo Scott of the Kara Creek area. Aeoout ten years ago, the Daniels family moved to Spearfish to take charge of a farm they owned there. He was a veteran of World War I. ,Survivin,g him are his widow. a daughter, Doris. 15, and a son, Al~bert, 12; two sisters, Mrs. Hy- land Davis of Upton and Mrs. Gladys Rtttgers of Hea]y, Kan- sas; five nephews and three nieces. The body was laid to rest in the Spearfish cemetery on ~un- day, August 15th. Ed Manke Dies Suddenly at His Ral ch Home Emil Edward Frank Manke, 63, known to his friends as Ed Manke, passed away Friday night, Aug- ust 13 at ten o'clock at his ranch home near Carlile. His death came as a shock to residents of Crook county who understood that althou,gh he had .been ill for two months earlier in the year, he seemingly was recovering satis- factorily. Ed Manke was born August 18, 1884 of Amelia and Robert Man- ke at Cleveland, Ohio. In his, early life he worked as an eugin- eer for the Milwaukee and Big Four railroads, and was employed by several construction compa- nies. At Groton, ~outi~ Dako!a he met and married Edna May Full- er. To this uniou was ~born six children, (wo boys and four girls. He came west in 1910 and later homesteaded in 1916 at Carlile, near the Little Missouri Buttes, where he farmed, ranched and spent the remainder of his life. He %ec~me ill in April of 1948 and was taken to St. John's has- pital in Rapid City where he was treated for a blood clot in the heart for eight weeks. After hm dismissal from the hospital Manke seemed in f~ir health and planned On leaving Wyoming to live in Florida as soon as this fall's bar- west was c0~mplete. He died just a few days before his 64th birth- day. Hd leav.es to~ mourn, his wife, Edna "May and six children: Mrs. Emeline May Clark of Rapid City; Mrs. Viola Ruth Miles of Parnish, Florida; Albert Edward Manko of Carlile; Mrs. Myrtle irene~ Simms of Cedar Rapids, Io- wa; Richard Theodore Manke of Carlile; Mrs Marion Agnes Hap- toustall of Carlile; a brother, Frank Manke, of Devils Tower; six grand children and many nieces and nephews living in Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minne- sota and Cleveland, Ohio. Funeral services were conduct- ed at the Sundance ,Methodist church at two o'clock Tuesday afternoon, Rev. Roberts.officiat- ing. Pallbeare~ ~ere WilLiam Blakeman. Roger Thomas, Fran- cis Hejde, Merle Slaaon, Marion Sisson and Charley ,Oudin. Burial is in Green Mountain cemetery. oszv R Et r nOOKS AT Pioneer Woman, 98 Dies At Hot Springs Ella Douglas, 98. well-known early pioneer settler in Crook county, died Monday at 7 a. m. in the hospital at ,Hot Springs, South Dakota. where she had been confined by poor heal~h for sev- eral years. She suffered a stroke Sunday and died twenty-four hours later. Mrs. Douglas came to Wyoming with her husband, John Douglas, in 1881 to homestead a ranch on Kara creek between Sundance and Upton. When John died in 1912. Ella moved to Upton, where she lived until she was taken ill a few years ago. .'She went to Hot Springs, where she was forced to terfield, Mrs. Leta Taylor. Ted Bntterfield, Vance Jones, Chester Jones and Mrs. Earling Mathews. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at Upton. Many New Books At County Library With school to begin shortly, the Crook County ~Library pre- sents many new books for school use. Ths week 55 new children's books were listed for placement on the shelves, among them a set of Britannica Animal Series and of Britannica World's "Children Series. books which are especially worth attention because of the plentiful photographs throughout, a great number of them in color. Seventy-five new ~books for ad- ults arrived, among them such best sellers as ",Pilgrim's Inn". "Unconquered," "Parris Mitchell of King's Row .... Queen's Physic- ian." "House Divided," "Years of the Locust," "Came a Cavalier" and "Li,ght in the Window"; and new non-fiction such as "Thun- der Out of China". "Report on the Russians." "Cancer It's Proper Treatment." "And They Shall Walk", "'Stalin", "Inside U. S. A." and "These Are the Russians." X-- Car Sideswipes Truck Monday Monday evening, August 16 a few miles east of Sundance on the Spearfish highway L. V. Noble and his wife of Detroit, Michigan. were just starting to pa~" a combining truck driven by "Curly" Ray, of Borger, Texas when. with a shock,, they saw the truck suddenly make a sharp turn left towards a i'ield without sig- naling, and Noble found he had Attend Band Clinic " ~R. M. Bernd, Sundance band director, returned from instruct- ing at the band clinic held in Laramie August 1 through Aug- ust 14. A new arrar~gement has been suggested for teaching 'band classes at the school this comiug rear. Band periods will be stag- gered so that each week during one period all band students will be present for practice, and which )eriod of the school day that will be varies progressively each week. so that no one period is taken twice in succession. Mr. Bernd believes this system allows more time for band. without disturbing other classes to any appreciable extent. Students at the clinic came out the clinic. X -HILLBILLY JAMBOREE IN UPTON AUGUST 27 The Hillbilly Jamboree. group or entertainers from Nashville. Tennessee, will stage one of their performances August 27 in Up- ton. This same troupe played here last winter. X XemC0PA , STATE BISHOP HERE TUESDAY 0F NEXT WEEK The Right Reverend Hunter. Wyoming Episcopal bishop from Laramie. will be in ~undance Tuesday, August 24th. with Rev. Sidney Morgan of Gillette to con- duct Episcopal services for all )ersons interested. A banquet at Ray's Cafe that ~,veoing at 6 p. m. is being ar- ranged, and those intending to go SUNDANCE ~undance, Wyo.. August must contact Mrs. Lee before Tuesday noon. will be held at the church at 8 p. m. dinner, including ceremonies, with Right Hunter officiating. The pu~blic is invited either occasion. the banquet are $1.50 per ........ X~ Hines--Edsall Josephine Irene Hines, ier of Mr. and Mrs. of Spearfish and Arthur V. of Cody, Wyoming, son of Mrs. Ray Edsall. former county residents,were Sunday afternoon. dou'ble ring wedding the Methodist church in fish, Rev. R. W. Hepler ing. Merl Smith. of Hulett, man, Patricia Hines bride, served as hnmediately following the ding, a reception was home of the bride's after the reception, the left on a trip to Denver, Hole, and Yellowstone on their return, they will Cody, Wyoming, where Mr- is employed with the extension service. The bride attended school and graduated fish high school. The is a graduate of the school and of the Wyoming. x_____..~~ PARENTS OF A Mr. and Mrs. Albert a new daughter. born at the Deadwood Sunday, August 15, en pounds, eleven ounC~ birth. Welcomes You To The Crook COunty Fair Come In--Make yourself at home new store. Make use of our and other facilities. BIG BACK TO SCHOOL Ladies and Misses Fall Coats Mary Lane and 'Other Famous Lines $24.95 to $44.75 no choice ~but to crash into the back end of the curving vehicle. Junior and Teen Age Dresses Swingi~g as far left as possible, Fall Wool Plaids and Corduroy for the Junior the Packard coupe Noble was handling side-swiped the truck and the force of the impact tossed YARD GOODS the Packard onto its tail, nose up in the deep borrow pit at the A Big new selection of wools--Serg-a-Head, edge of the highway. No one was dine, Corduroy. hurt, except Mrs. Noble, who suf- fered bruises where she struck SEW FOR SCHOOL AND SAV] the arm rest on her side of the car. Mrs. Harry Davis aud Mrs. AI- [ mily bert ~Valters of Sundance were SHOES" for, the entire 'O-- first passers-by who stopped to talk to Mrs. N(>ble standing just Shoes ................ $2.98 t 1 off the highway. Tile radiator, Childrens front end of the car, right front fender and door were smashed Teen Age Shoes .................... $4. 0 to on the car, but little injury oc- curred to the truck. Raymond Vines at the Highway Garage roughly estimates at least $250 damages on the Packard. Preston T. McAvoy of Newcastle arrived Wednesday to adjust insurance claims. Mr. and Mrs. Noble were en- route to Yellowstone park~bn a ~acation trip. Mr. Ray is employ- ed by a combining outfit working out of ,Sundance at the present time. x-- Mrs. Albert Waiters. sister of Harry Davis. returned from Rapid City Monday. She has been in the 3c- School Supplies- 3c We Undersell Them All Tablets ............. 3e Notebook Paper ....... Ruler ............... 3e Pencils for Composit on Book .... Se Crayons Don't Forget to make use of our Away Plan on Blankets, Coats, and other fall needs, hospital there for two weeks.