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in the Black Hms of Wyoming The Sundanee Times, Sundanee, Wyoming Thursday, October 4, 194$ NATIONAL EDITORIAL-- "rbe John E. Lindse7 and Velma H. Butterfield Publishers Published Every, Thursda~ It/ THE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. OffliJd for County, City & U. S. Land Offlcl An Independent Newspaper SUBSCRIPION RAT(S: THREE MONTHS ..................... /5 SIX MONTHS .............................. $1.50 $ZO0 Pw Year In Trl-State Trade Area $2.50 Per Year Outside Tri.Stata Tra~ I~ere4 at the postoffiee at Sundanct, Wy- and gold. By humility and the fear of the Lord are riches, and honour, and life." (Proverbs 22: 1,4). The Lesson-Sermon also in- cludes tbe following passages from the Christian Science text- book "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "Christianity caus- es men lo turn naturally from matter to spirit, as the flower turns from darkness to light." S & H 458: 32-1). X NOTICE T0 CREDITORS Estate of WALTER L. BURK, Deceased: smJN as second class matter .ndor the act Notice is hereby given that let- if Mw~ Ik 11179. [ ters testamental'y have been ] granted to the undersigned in the above estate, and all persons hav- ~ Chu~~"" ----ches ing claims against said decedent or said estate are hereby required to file them with necessary vouchers for allowance in the of- / rice of Clerk of Court of Crook CHURCH 0F THE GOOD K]IEPKERD, EPISCOPAL Church servlce every second and fourth Sunday at 3:00 p. m. X CONI2INITY BAPTIST ~CHURCHES Rev. Lee L. Burton, Pastor HULETT: Sunday school at 10 It. m. Worship service at 8:00 p. m. Midweek service: Wednesday at 8 p. m. ALVA: Sunday school at 10 a. m. Worship service every first Sunday at 11:00 a. m. NEW HAVEN: Worship service every second and fourth Sunday at 11:00 a. m. MOORHILL SCHOOL HOUSE: Worship service at 2:00 p. m. evry fourth Sunday of month. DEVILS TOWER: Su nday school discussion every third Sunday at 2 p. m. Worship service at 3 P.M. OSHOTO: Worship service ev- ery second Sunday at 2:30 p. m. x ~NDANCE METHODIST CHURCH Sunday School--10: 00. Morning Worship---11: 00. Evening Worship---8 : 00. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at I1:00. Choir Practice Friday 7:30. Rifle Pit Divide ~nd and 4th Sundays after- Sunday School 2:00. " Worship Service 3:00. X CHRISTIA~ SCIENCE CHURCH "Unreality" is the s t~ject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in Churches of Christ, Sci- entist, throughout the world Sun- day, October 7, 1945. The Golden Text is: "Thou art my portion, O Lord: . . . Thru thy precepts I get understanding: therefore I hate every false way." (Psalms 119:57, 104). Am(yng the citations which ~omprise the Lesson-Sermon is ~he following from the Bible: "A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches, anc~ loving favour rather than silver THE '"' GREATEST TRIBUTE All the heartfelt sympathy that Is bereavement can be expresaed in the aeteetion of your monument. Cho~e, with tender care. ere~ line and Wm~al to make it truly creation worthy of your loved one. --WRITE FOR PARTICULARS~ Deadwood Granite and Marble Works A. L oush.,~ ~o,. OEAOWO0O, S. o. / County, Wyoming, at 3undaslce, Wyoming, or exhibit them with necessary vouchers to this execu- trix at office of her attorney, i Jalnes T. ,~.cGuckin. Sundance ! Wyoming, on or before six months l from date of this notice or they[ will be forever barred. Dated S~lndance, Wyoming, [ September 20. 1945. ROSA E. BURK, Executrix James T. McGuckin, Attorney. September 20-27---October 4 ,X IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT WITHIN AND FOR THE COUN- TY OF CROOK AND STATE OF WYOMING In the Matter of the Estate of CHARLOTTE F. KISE, Deceased ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE The I)etitio~ of Frank Kise, surviving husband of said deceas- ed, having been filed in the above entitled Court, showing that Notice to Creditors has been published and an inventory and appraisement duly returned t) the above court, in the above estate; and that said decedent does not have in her estate all of the prop- crty specified under the exemp- tion laws of the State of Wyom- ing as exempt from execution and praying that there be set over to said Frank Kiss the whole of the estate of said deceased as his ab- solute property. Dr. J. Gordon Betas Physiela~n - Surgeon Osteopath Eyes Examined-- --Glasses Pitted Across from Post Office Spearfish, South Dakota It is hereby ordered that all" persons be and they are required 'to appear before the Court at the Court Room in the Court House in Sundance, in said County a~ad State, on the 12th day of October, 1945, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of the said day, to show cause if any they have, why the whole of said estate, consist- ing of money in the amount of $1,394.24, should not be found to be exempt and set over to the said Frank Kise, subject only to the expe~ses of administration, of the last sickness of decedent, and funeral expenses. Dated this 15th day of Septem- ber, 1945. HARRY P. ILSDEY, Judge Otis Reynolds, Attorney. September 20-27---Oct. 4. X--~ PUBLICATION 0F SUMMONS To Kenneth White, whose ad- dress or place of residence is to plaintiff nnknown: You are hereby notified that you have been sued in District Court of Sixth Judicial District, State of Wyoming, sitting in Tow.n of Sundance, Crook County, Wyoming, by Leda L. White, who has filed her petition therein, the object and prayer of which is to obtain an absolute divorce, cus- tody of cl~ildren, and equitable re- lief. You are further notified that unless you answer the l)eti- tion of plaintiff on or before October 27, 1945, the same with all matters and allegations there- in contained will be taken as true a~d judgment rendered accord- ingly. FRANCIS HEJDE, Clerk of said Court LEDA L. WHITE, Plaintiff James T. McGuckin, Attorney September 20-27---October 4-11. x- Aladdin Mr. and Mrs. Rob't Wyma~l from near Belle Fourche and Mr. and Mrs. John Wyman were Sun- day ,,~uests at the Chas. Wyman h~)me. Louie Blake was a visitor and (linnet' guest at Wyma~ls last week Tuesday. Chas. Wyman and sons, Rob- I I General Au.. Repairing All Makes of Can Aoetylene Welding Tire Repairs and Reoapping THOMPSON ~OTOR CO. Phone 67 Spearfish IH ,,q --When In Sundance -- Stop at The BEAR LODGE HOTEL YOU'LL LIKE IT I I [ Under New Management I Th DON PRATT [ [ with or without Bath e .... I I l Mrs. Mason Roberts, Prop. t;UJL IlL' . Belle Fourche, S.D. II I the finest of foe& [__ . .. at rices yon I[[ Home Appliances ford to [[[ Hardware i. the moat p leu- Ill ""~"""~ IITires and Tubes --Gl eV ATry--11 D<ltome [I and Auto Supply FEEDING LAMBS ON GAIN BASIS [ SeneFourche I am interested in having some lambs fed paying so much per pound for the gain. Even though you have the feed and the cash or credit to buy your own stock to feed--possibly with all the uncertain times that are ahead of us you may hesitate to do so. If you have your own feed and interested in feeding lambs ~ for so much pound for he gain put on and can provide proper care, write me advising what feed you have and of head can care for. NOEL COVER - Rancher Coz'~d, Nebraska PAINTER PAPER HANGER INTERIOR DECORATOR e WM. ROBERTS Sundance ert, John and Merl were vlBltora at the Bert Robbins home ,Sunday afternoon. Chas. Wyman and daughter, Victoria, Mrs. John Wyman, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pearson, Mrs. F. A. Pearson and children, Win. Blake a~d John Vrhalen were among those from Aladdin who were shopping in Belle Fou~che Saturday. Chas. Wyman and sons were callers at Blakes Sunday after- noon. John Whalen was a caller at Wymans last Thursday morning. R. K. Middlemas was a at Wymans last week MendS1 morning. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence son and daughter from .Spear" fish were visitors and dinner guests at Robbins Sunday. Mr. Reed and family from near Newell were visitors at Saturday. X' Threshing books for sale at Times, Sundance. ....~ NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION OFFICE OF INSURANCE COMMISSIONER Cheyenne, Wyoming, March 1, AMERICAN CASUALTY COMPANY OF READING, PENNSYLVANIA READING, PENNSYLVANIA Business In Wyoming for the Year Ending December 31st, 1944. Gross premiums received .................................................................... Losses paid .......................................................................................................... Total admitted assets .............................. $10,444,321.76 Liabilities except capital .................. Capital Stock paid up ........................ Surplus over Liabilities ..................... $10,444,321.76 Income during year ending December 31st, 1944 Disbursement for year ending December 31st, 1944 .......... STATE OF WYOMING ) )ss. County of Laramie ) I, RODNEY BARRUS, Insurance Commissioner of the State of Wyoming, do hereby certify that the above a~d foregoing is a c01~ densed statement of the annual statement of the above named ance Company, filed in my office, as required by Section 5264, C. 1920. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my and affixed my seal of office the 1st day of A. D., 1945. RODNEY BARRUS, Pub. Sept. 20-27---Oct. 4-11-18-25. Insurance Commi~ NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION OFFICE OF INSURANCE COMMISSIONER Cheyenne, Wyoming, March 1, 194~ FIDELITY XND GUARANTY FIRE CORPORATION BALTIMORE, MARYLAND Business In Wyoming for the Year Ending December 31st, 1944. Gross premiums received ...................................................................... $ Losses paid ............................................................................................................ 7,770. Total admitted assets .............................. $12,201,327.26 Liabilities except capital .................. Capital Stock paid up ....................... Surplus over Liabilities ..................... $12,201,327.26 8,201,32 1,000,0O Income during year ending December 31st, 1944 ............... i.$7,994,17~ Disbursement for year ending December 31st, 1944 ............ $7, STATE OF WYOMING ) ) SS. County of Laramie ) ,-of I, RODNEY BARRUS, Insurance Commissioner of the Sta*-, Wyoming, do hereby certify that the above a~d foregoing is a ~.o~ densed statement of the annual statement of the above named InSU~ ance Company, filed in my office, as required 'by Section 5264, c. o, 1920. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set mY hs~$ and affixed my seal of office the 1st day of ~Ia~m A. D., 1945. RODNEY BARRUS, Pub. Sept. 20-27---Oct. 4-11-18-25. Insurance Commi~l~ NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION OFFICE OF INSURANCE COMMISSIONER _.t Cheyenne, Wyoming, March 1,1~~' RICHMOND INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW y01~l* WEST NEW BRIGHTON, NEW YORK Business In Wyoming for the Year Ending December 31st, 1944. Gross premiums received ............................................................................ $ 4'832'~ 3,600.0~ Losses paid ............................................................................................................... Total admitted assets ....................................... $5,748,010.15 1,850,217.35. Liabilities except capital ........................ 1,000,000.0~ Capital Stock paid up .............................. Surplus over Liabilities ........................ 2,897,795.$~ $5,748,010.15 ~ i December 31.~t 1944 $1,407'858"7-~ Income during year end ng ~ , ................. ~^ ,79.$~ Disbursement for year ending December 31st, 1944 ........... $1,4~u," STATE OF WYOMING ) ) SS. County of Laramie ) ~.~ of I, RODNEY B~RRUS, Insurance Commissioner of the ~a~og, W oming, do hereby certify that the above a~d foregoing is a --,P" Y ed lne~ densed statement of the annual statement of the above nam ~ ance Company, filed in my office, as required by .Section 5264, u, 1920. ~, In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set mY h and affixed my seal of office the 1st day of Mar A. D., 1945. RODNEY Puh. sept. 20-27--0ct. 4-11-18-25 Insurance Com