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]in the Bb~kHflls of Wyoming LThe Hulett Branding Ir0n On Furlough Louis ~V~ugh surprised his mother and friends by coming home Monday on a months fur- lough. The Borne family is h,aving a few days reunion at Hulett this week. It is the second time they have all .been together in 35 years. Frank Borne of Omaha, Nebr., Katherine Borne of Ne-: braska City, Nebr., Ernest Borne of Sheridan and Fred Borne and Mary Sutton both of Hulett make up the family gathering. Mrs. Fred Sutton went to th4 Devils Tower Saturday evening and .brought Mrs. Anna Thorn and Mrs. George Gre~ier in for the Pinochle party. The Logan Brimmer children started to school here Monday. Returns from ET0 Rasti Grant came in Monday from overseas; his mother met him in Moorcroft. "Phe grade school has three new pupils who began Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Borne enter- tained the Pinochle club at tIie Hotel Saturday evening. There were six tables of players. Every- one had a grand time and is glad the games have started a~ain. High score was won by Peggy ~v'ells and Treed Pearson and low by (}oldie Hardy and Hugh David- son. A delicious lunoh was ser- ved at the close of six games by the hostess. Mrs. Ethel Mercer visited with ' her sister, Mrs. Ruth Waugh, the last of the week. John Campbell was tradi,ng with local merchants Friday. .Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Davidson visited Sunday with the Chas. Chittim and Delbert Williamson families. Have Covered Dish Luncheon The ~ederated Womans club entertained the older ladies in Hulett Wednesday, Sept. 26th. A covered dish luncheon was he~d at the hotel at 1 o'clock. After the luncheon they played several games and had a mock darky wedding which caused all kinds of laughter and fun. At four o'clock they left for their var- ious homes hoping to have anoth- er such gathering in the not too distant future. ~r. and Mrs. Wesley Storm, who had moved on the Charlie Sh~ul ranch, returned to Lewis- ton, Idaho this week. Mr. Storm's health wouldn't permit~im to do the r~nch work. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson vis- ited in town the latter part of the week. Little Betty Stoddard has been on the sick list the past week. Bob Huckins, William Dirks. were trading here the last of the week.. Mrs. Etta Donnell of Nebraska came in the last of the week with Mr. and Mrs. Keller (formerly Barbara Terhune) of North Hol- lywood to visit at the Ted Ter- LEGAL NOTICES ~MINUTES OF THE REGULAR OCTOBER, 1945 MEETING OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF THE CITY OF SUN- DANCE. WYOMING OCTOBER 1, 1945 The Town Council of the Town of the City of Sundance, Wyom- ing met this day in regular ses- sion, there being present Mayor Jay Durfee' and Councilmen John Bin~ey, Earl Kipp and Deane Bryan. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved. City report showing collection of $389.25 for water, $4.75 for ,building permits and miscellan- eous, $3.00 for trash haul, $61.80 for Justice court fines, $74.50 for cemetery and $2.50 for dog tax and Light report showing collec- tion of $908.48, were read and accepted. The following .bills were al- and ordered paid: Roberts, supplies .... $ 13.75 of Internal Rev- ~ue, withholding tax - 51.90 Treasurer, Work- hune ranch for a shorttime. mens compensation ~,- 2.75 City Light & Power, street lights .......................... ~75.00 C. F. Hawken, Marshall and expenses ....................... 148.92 Marion Thompson, clerk salary .......................................... 25.00 Otis Reynolds, Attorney salary .......................................... 10.00 Clinton Kipp, freight ....... 1.51 D. F. Cressman, night watchman salary ............... 90.00 Mona Short Line Tele- phone Co., light plant phc~ne .......................................... 2.00 Win. Roberts, Justice court fees ................................. 17.80 It was moved, seconded and unanimously carried to approve the change of location of the Bar operated by G. D. Olds from the East ~ of Lot 10 in Block 9 of the Original Town of Sun- dance to the West of the same lot. t No further business appearing, the meeting adjourned subject to call. JAY DUI~FEE, Mayor MARION "PHOMPSON, City Clerk. X CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE, .STATE OF WYOMING Cheyenne, Wyom~g, March 1, 1945 IT IS HEI~EBY CERTIFIED That the GLENS FALLS INDEMNITY, COMPANY, a Corporation organ-: tzed under the Laws of the STATE of NEW YORK whose principal office is located at GLENS FALLS, has complied with the Insurance Laws of this State and is authorized to trans- act the business of ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, AUTO LIABIL- ITY, LIABILITY 0ff'HER THAN AUTO, WORKMEN'S COMPEN- SATION. lCI.DELITy, SURETY, PLATE GLASS, BURGLARY AND THEFT, AUTO PROPERTY D~M- AGE AND COLLLSION, PROPER- TY DAMAGE OTHER THAN AUTO Insurance in this State for the current year WITNESS my hand and ~eal of office the day and year first above written. RODNEY BARRUS, Insurance Commissioner t SEAL The Sundanee Times, Su~"Wyoml~ CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION, INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S OI~FICE, STATE OF WYOMING Cheyenne, Wyoming, March 1, 1945 IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED That the METROPOLITAN LIFE IN- SURANCE COMPANY, a Corpor- ation organized under the Laws of the STATE of NEW YORK whose principal office is located at NEW YORK, has complied with the Insurance Laws of this State and is authorized to tra~s- act the business of LIFE, HEALTH AND ACCIDENT In- surance in this State for the cur- rent year WITNESS my hand and seal of office the day and year first above written. RODNFY BARRUS, Insurane(, Commissioner (.SEAL) CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE, .STATE OF WYOMING Cheyenne, Wyoming, March 1, 1946 IT IS HER'EBY CERTIFIED That THE CONNECTICUT FIRE IN- SURA'NCE COMPANY and CON- NECTICUT UNDERWRITERS, a Corporation organized under the Laws of the STATE of CONNEC- TICUT, whose principal office is located at ,HARTFORD, has com- plied with the Insurance Laws of this State and is authorized to transact the .business of FIRE AND ALLIED .LINE~ I~surance tn this State for the current year. WITNES~ my hand and seal of office the day and year first above written. RODNEY BARRUS, Insurance Commissioner (.SEAL) CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'~q OFFICE, STATE OF WYOMING Cheyenne, Wyoming, March 1, 1945 IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED That THE CONTINENTAL IN'SUR- ANCE COMPANY and CONTI.N- ENTAL UNDERWRITE~S, a Cor- poration organized under the Laws of the ST'AT]~ of NEW YORK whose principal office is located at NEW YORK, has com- plied with the Insurance Laws of this State and is authorized to transact the business of FIRE AND ALLIED LINl~S Insurance in this ~tate for the current year. WITNESS my hand and seal of office the day and year first above written. RODNEY BARRUS, Insurance Commissi.-mer (SEAL) .x CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE, STATE OF WYOMING Cheyenne, Wyoming, March 1, 1945 Thursday, 0etober 4, IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED THE COUNTY FIRE KNCE OOMPA~NY OF PHIA, a Corporation under the Laws of the STATE Pli)NNSYLVANIA whose pal office is located at DELPHIA, has complied with Insurance Laws of this State is authorized to transact the ~ust* ness of FIRE AND LINES Insurance in this State the current year. WITNESS my hand and seal office the day and year first written. RODNEY BARRU~, (SEAL) Insurance Shop Here Is Here I Insects lighting on sprayed areas will be killed for a period up to 60 DAYS Depending On Amount Sprayed I PINT 80c BISON D. DIT (Made from War, Famous Insecticide) KILLS MOTHS FLIES FLEAS ANTS ROACHES BED BUGS and MOSQUITOES Fawkes Drug Sundanee III We are doing our utmost to keep your tables Supplied with the best in Fresh Meats Fresh Vegetables and Canned Goods SHOP HERE FIRST BRING IN YOUR EGGS--WE LIKE TO TRADE / / A RANCH Should Haoe It's Own STATIONERY A ranch is a big business . . . bigger than most businesses in Sundance, for example . . . anSI as such it should have its own ~attonery , . . dls~:~" ire stationery on which to write bustneas and p~- serial letters. There is no finer stationery for a ranch than WY~ oming Bond . , a fine, 75% rag paper with s handsome bucl~ing horse watermxak. It can be prin~ed the way you like it and in a color of ink to suit your taste. Sundance Times Saa~moe I"mma ~,t STECH'S GROCER Y