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NOTICE OF HNAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE All credltors and others inter- ested in the estate of Jennie K. Chaffin, deceased, take notice that the undersigned Administratrix of said estate will. on or before the 3rd day (ff .September, 1948, file in the oft'ice of the Clerk of the District Court of Crook Coun- ty, Wyoming, her final account end Petition for Final Settlement and Distribution o~ said estate, where anyone interested nlay ex- amine such account and l)etiton and file objections thereto In writing at any ti'me on or before the 13th day of September, 1948, and if no objections are filed thereto, she will make final set- ,tlement of said estate on the 14th day of ,September, 1948, or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard. Dated at Sundance. ~Vyolning on this 7til day of Angusl, 19t8. KATIE MAE SSIAIAffVOOI), Administratrix August 12-19-26---Sept. 2. 4 known as the old Fred Hawkins place in Blacks Flat, six miles South of Sun- dance on Upton highway. 200 acres un- der cultivation, more can be" farmed. Priced at $15.00 per acre. Terms can be arranged. O Sole Agent M0orcroft, Wyoming FOR YEARS... A FAVORED KENTUCKY BRAND! AVAILABLE AGAIN! 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Dated August 7th. 1948. KATIE MAE SMAIAAVOOD. Executrix August 12, 19, 2~;. "X NOTICE 0F SALE 0F ESTI~AY The following described animal to-wit: One brown horse, ten or twelve years ohl. Four white feet, one big ankle on right hind foot. white strip on forehead to end of nose. No brand. Weight 1.000 Ibs.. was on July 9th. 1948. taken lip as estl'ay by John (luidinger of ,~lll/dance, state of V(yoming, unlder and by virtue of the ,pro- visions of ('hapter 5~1, Article 18, V(yoming Compiled Star u tes, 1945. I'nless claimed 1)y legal owner, said animal will be sold at public sale on tile 23rd day of August, 1948 a~ 2:o0 o'clock in the af- tel'noon, lit tile ranch of John Guidinger, WYOMING LIVESq~OCK AND SANITARY BOARD, Cheyenne, Wymuing August 12 -,kugust 19. G. H. GOOD, Executive Officer ..... X NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE All creditors and others inter- ested in the estate of Sarah El- len Terry, deceased, take notice that the undersigned administra- tor of said estate will on or before the 20th day of August, 1948, file in the office of the clerk of court of Crook County, Wyoming, his final account and petition for distribution of said estate, where ally one interested may ex- amine such account and petition and file objections thereto in writing at any time before the 31st day of August, 1948, and if no objections are filed thereto he will make final settlement of said estate on the 1st day of Sep- tember, 1948, or as soon there- after as the matter may be heard. Dated at Sundance, Wyoming, this 29th day (~f July, lt48. EZRA TERRY, Administrator Otis Reynolds, Attorney. July 29--August 5-12-19. ] .... Moorcroft This community was shocked and grieved to learn 'Saturday morning of the death Friday nite of Mr. Manke of Carlile. Mr. Man- ke had been ill several months in the past year btlL here lately had been much better and was at home at the time of his death. Johnny Noonan, Jack Hughes and Lynn 8ipe attended the rodeo In Hulett Sunday. ,Mrs. Jack Simpson and daugh- ter were shoppers in town last Wednesday. ,Mrs. Amos Hall aeeoln,Panied .by Mrs. Bert Hall, Mrs. Gerald Hall and sons and Ruthte Taylor were vistors last Wednesday at the Elmer Kimsey home. On their return home they were visitors at the Devils Tower. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Zimmerschied of Carlile were visitors in town last Wednesday. Mrs. Edna Graves and Mrs. Or- ville Jones'were visitors Saturday in Moorcroft and Gillette. ~Mr. and Mrs. Ely Taylor recent- ly enjoyed a few days outing to the Yellowstone park. They ac companied some old friends from Arkansas on this trip. Glen Parkins, formerly of Hul- ett, who now lives in Oregon, ar- rived Sunday on the bus. Billie Ohnstead, a nephew, came with Mr. Parkins. They plan to visit relatives and friends at Hulett for ~bout three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Vesser took them o'n to Hulett. Mrs. Mike Scanlon and daugh- ter Sharon are visiting at the Guy Kimsey home. Mrs. Harold Miles is expected to arrive from Florida Wednesday to attend her fathers funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Roberts who ha.re been attending summer school in Laramie, are sl)ending a few clays at the J. J. Hauber home before returning to Super- their duties as THE SUNDANCE Sundance, Wyo., Marge Stevenson berries and fishing Sunday. The has registered ears Zone, Honolulu, Canada, dies. One missionary who have been in Africa twenty-two year and over night stopperS. 311, and Mrs. and family of ior to resllnle teachers. ~ tots in Moorcroft t They visited Devils Miss 3I a r g e 'Stevenson (.ame I evening and leaft earl) down'from Sheridan last I"ridavlmorning., for a trip to after attending summer st'heel l there lhe past mollth. 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