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Black Hills of Wyoming The 8sndanee Times, 8undanee, Wyomkag Thursday, August 99, 1946 EGAT, NOTICES DISTRICT COURT OF SIXTH DISTRICT STATE OF IN AND :FOR CROOK COUNTY the Matter of Estate of EMMA VIOLA DUTT, Deceased. TO SHOW CAUSE appearing to the court from fled ,petition of administrat_ herein that it is necessary i for the best interests of all that the real estate of ve estate be sold, and said pe_ an showing the necessary laving been filed herein: ordered by the court that ersons interested in the above appear ,before this court thereof at the court of the court house in Sun. Wyoming, on September )46, at ten o'clock A. M.,, cause if any they havei an order should not be made izing, licensing and era. the admlnistratrix to real property of said es- at either public or private in accordance with her ,pe_ which said lands are de. scribed as follows, to_wit: W1/~ of SW%, Sac. 18, Township 53, N., Range 60; ~SE'~ of NEll, E~ of SE~, Sec. 13, NW~ of NE~, S of NE, NW, N~ of~S~, ,S~ of SEI,~, Sac. 24, NE of NE1/~, Sec. 25, N1/~ of NE~/~, Sec. 23, Township 53, N., Range 61; all west of 6th P. M., Crook County, Wyo- ming. It is further Ordered that copy of this order be published for four weeks in a legal newspaper in the county. Dated at Sundance, Wyoming, August 26, 1946. HARRY P. ILSLEY, Judge James T. M.cGuckin, Attorney August. 29-,Sept. 5_12_19 X" NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Emma Viola Dutt, deceased: Notice is hereby given that let- ters of administration have been granted to the undersigned in the above estate, and all persons hay_ ing claims against said decedent or said estate are hereby required to file them with necessary vouchers for allowance, in office of .Clerk of Court of Crook Coun_ When In Hulett Stop at Roberts Seruice Station for Complete Auto Service We Have Barnsdall ty, at Sundance, Wyoming, or ex, hibit them with necessary vouch, ers to this administratrix at of- fice of her attorney, James T. McGuckin, Sundance, Wyoming, on or before six months from date of this notice or they will be forever barred. Dated at ,Sun. dance, Wyoming, August 29, 1946. MABLE MATHEWS, Administratrix James T. McGuckin, Attorney August 29_Sept. 5_12 0F x J. D. ~fULHOLLAND August 20, 1946 marked the passing of one of the first set. tlers of Northeast Wyoming, at Upton, only a few miles from the Kara Creek ranch he homestead- ed in 1881. Jefferson Davis Mulholland was born on March 16, 1861 at Eu. gene, Oregon. His parents were Trhomas Mulholland and Mary Davldson Mulholland, members of a covered wagon train from Mis. souri to Oregon in 1851. His father, Thomas Mulholland was a Captain in the United States forces in the Modoc Indian War of 1872_3. In 1873 Thomas M~l_ holland again embarked on a cov- ered wagon trip, taking his tam. fly from Oregon to Arizona and then to the Black Hills. After completing his educMation at ~Spearflsh, "Jeff", as Mr. Mul_ holland was known to his many friends, homesteaded on Karu Creek, where he built up a sub. stantial ranch. In 1918 he dis. posed of his holdings there and for several years was engaged in the operation of the Callagan Apartments at Thermopolis, which he purchased in associa- tion with Judge Percy Metz. Suf- fering substantial losses in the depression which followed World War I, he moved to Ca'bin Creek, near Carlile where he .again built up a ranch. Mary Mulholland, his wife, preceded him in death in 1939. Following the death of his wife he moved to Moorcroft and Upton to pass his declining years. Throughout his life, L Jeff was an Mrs. Jack Harnlsh of Montana. Also Mrs. Katie Fisher of Nev_ ads, ,Mrs. Frances Clark of Ft. !Col,lins, Mrs. Vern BarYon of Upton, Mrs. James Mahula of Salem, Oregon, Mrs. C. A. Thurs. ton of Belle FouTche, Mrs. Thos. Nicholas of Casper and Mrs. Al Kinghorn of Houston, Texas. There are also more than sixty grand and great grand nieces and nephews. He was a member of the Meth_ odist Church and of Masonic bodies. --x Mrs. Charles Blttner, his daugh- ter, Mrs. Ralph Rowley; her bus. band; son Charles and daughter Margeret, spent Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Alice Part_ low. All are from Naor Springs, Iowa and Mrs. Rowley is a cousin of Mrs. Partlow. They were on their way to Yellowstone park. SPECIAIJ WHILE THEY LAST-- IPACKET STATIONERY AND EN~c~ELOPES, 10c~THE TIMES AMARILLO TEXAS Cowboy Saddles Bridles, Bits, Spurs, Saddle Blankets and Heavy Harness. Sporting Goods. All Kinds of Hardware for Sage at the E. M, OIs0n Hardware Olson Wants to See You Sturgis, S. D. Phone 101 NOW, MORE THAN EVER BEFORE THE ARMY HAS A Pennzoil, Quaker State and Mobil Oils LnedUSt~intUSes~~ker~u~inid t~akrsU, but never sought public office G00D FOR YOUI. Barnsdall Gas Jefferson Davis Mulholland is survived by .his sisters Mrs. Mar. Accessories, Parts, Chains, Inland Tires WE SPECIALIZE IN Lubrication and Wheel Packing Jobs Leonard Roberts Hulett tha Ann Miller of .Belle Fourche, and Mrs. John McKean of Upton and his .brother Charles Mulhol_ land of Upton. He is also survived by his nephew Russell Mulhol_ land of Arizona, George and Lyle Miller of Belle Fourehe, Win. Mulholland of Missouri, Don Wakeman of Texas, Earl Wake- man of Newcastle, Bob and Hu_ bert Mulholland of S.herldan, and John McKean Jr. of Upton. His surviving nieces are :Mrs. Wilson Graham of Imperial Valley, Calif. Mrs. Buster Lynde of ,Sheridan, Mrs. Beryl Morris of Canada, and WELCOME TO THE COUNTY FAIR Your Car With Us gl mm mm You A~e Attending The Show for ( Hello Partner Gas, Oil, Greasing, You Are Welcome L to Sundance W'a$1'llll~ and the Texaco Service & Dick Sundance Texaco Gas and Greases Texaco and Havoline Oils e Annual Fair Joe Allread NON-OOMMI$SIONED GRADES NOW OFFERED TO FORMER ARMY O00UPATIONAL SPEOIALISTS Good jobs in non-commlssioned gr,~les are being offered now by the Regular Army to qualified former servicemen ! Veterans. discharged on or after May 12, 1945,,who enlist or reenlist for 3 years may be enlisted in the non-commissioned grade for which qualified, provided this grade is not higher titan that held at time of discharge, and provided' that at least 6 months of former service was in one of 400 designated military occupational specialties in which enlistment is now desired. Important, interesting jobs are open in hundreds of skills and trades in the Army, with splendid training and educational advantages! These are in addition to free food, housing, cloth- ing, medical and dental care, low-cost insurance. There's adventure, travel, education, a secure and profitable future in this vital, realistic profession. Get full details at your nearest Army Recruiting Station. Highlights of Regular Army Enlistments 1. Enlistments for 1V2, 2 or 3 years. ( 1-year enlistments permitted for men now in the Army with 5 or more months of service.) 2. Enlistment age from 18 to 34 years inclusive (17 with parents' consent) except for men now in the Army, who :nay reenlist at any age, and former service men depending on length of service. 3. A reenlistment bonus of $SO for each year of active service since such bonus was last paid, or since last entry into service, provided reenlistment is within 3 months after last honorable discharge. 4. A furlough for men who re- enlist within 20 days. Full details of ~ther furlough privileges can be ob- tained from Recruiting Officers. 5. Mustering-out pay (based upon length of service) to all men who are discharged to reenlist. 6. Option to retire at half pay for the rest of your life after 20 years' service- increasing to three- ~larters pay after 30 years'se~. previous active federal military service counts toward retirement. 7. (}I Bill of Rights benefits as- sured for men who enlist on or before October 5, 1946. 8. Choice of branch of service and overseas theater (o~ tho~ still open) on 3-year enlistments. 'MONTHLY RETIREMENT NEW PAY SCALE s~. ,.co.|*mE. Base Pay Per 20 Years' 30 Years' Addition to Clothing, Food, Master Sergeant Month Service Service odglng, Medisal and Dental *ora. or First Sergeant $16~.00 ~107.2~ ~18~.63 . Technical Sergeant 135.00 87.7~ 1~1.88 addition to pay shown at Staff Sergeant . . 115.00 74.7~ 129.38 Qhf: 20% Increase for Service Sergeant .... 100.00 6~.00 112.~0 ~verseas. 50% if Member of Corporal 90.00 58.~0 101.25 lying or Glider Crews. S'/. In- " " " rense ;n Pay for Each 3 Years Private First Class . 80.00 52.00 90.00 ! Service. Private .... 75.00 48.7~ 84.~8 Listen to "Warriors o[ Peace," "Voice o! the Army," "Proudly We Hail," Mark Warnow~ s Army Show, "Sound Oil," "'Harry Wi~- rner Sports Review," and "Spot- light Bands" on yore: radio. Enlist now at Four nearest Army Recruiting Station and "Make If (/~i//~f's / 205 P. O. Building, Casper :i ~,