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I~ the Black Hills of Wyomfnf a, PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS 're the defendants: Nettie Masher; Charles Mash- er; the unknown heirs and de- ~isees of W. George Kenney, al- so known as W. G. Kenny; Lu- cinda M. Pattee, formerly Lucin- da M. Foster; Eleanor M. Fos- ter; Samuel C. Foster, also k.uown ~as ~am'l C. Foster; and HazeI L. Blair, formerly Hazel L. Foster; ell deceased, whose residences are unknown: GREETING: You and each of you, will hereby take notice t'hat there is ~ow on file in the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, filed by Lydia. Hayer, plaintiff, a pe- tition naming all of you as de- fendants, and asking judgment that you, and each of you, may be compelled to show your re- spective interest in and to the following described real estate, situate in the County of Crook, State of Wyoming, to-wit: The west half of the southeast quarter and the east half of the southwest quarter of Section 27 in TOwnship 51 north of ,Range 63 west of the ,Sixth Principal. Meridian, Wyom- ing, that the same may be adjudged to ,be null and void, and that said ]plaintiff ,be adjudged and decreed to .be the absolute and unquali- fied owner in fee simple of all of said lands and premises and en- titled to the exclusive possession thereof, and that the title of the plaintiff be forever quieted against the above named defend- ants, a~d each of them, and that they be excluded from any inter- est therein, and that the real es- tate mortgage descri~bed in said l~etitton he cancelled, discharged and released of record. You are further notified that~ unless you file an answer in said ~aetion or or before the 10th day of November, 1945, the said pe- tition will be taken as true and Judgment will be rendered is ac- cordance with the prayer thereof. The Sandwich Shop Pies, Sandwiches Chili Our Specialties DICK DUDREY Sundanee Dated this 1st day of October, A. D. 1945 FRANC~S HEJDE, Clerk of Court. (SEAL) !'LYDIA HAYER, Plaintiff Otis Reynolds, Attorney. October 4-11-18-25. ------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 LOUISE SCI-~NITTGER, Deceased ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE The petition of Fred W. Schnitt- get, slTrviving husband of Lou- ise Sehntttger, deceased, having been filed in the above entitled court showing that notice to creditors has been published a~d an inventory and appraisement duly returned to the above court, i in the above estate; and that the said decedent died seized of a homestead and praying t'hat there be set over to said Fred W. ,Schnittger, after the payment of the expenses of last sickness, fu- neral of decedent, and of admin- istration, the said homestead as r:his absolute property. It is ordered that all persons be, and they are, required to ap- ;pear before the court at the court room in the court house in the town of Sundance, Crook County, Wyoming, on the 26th day of October, A. D. 1945, at t,he hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon to show cause, if any they have, why the homestead of decedent and consisting of the following described real estate, to-wit: The south half of the southeast quarter and the south half of the southwest quarter of Sectio~ 32 in Township 54 north of Range 60 west of the ,Sixth Prin- cipal Meridian, Wyoming, should not be found to be exempt and set over to the said Fred W. ~S~hnittger as his absolute prop- erty subject only to the payment of the expenses above mentioned. Dated October 1, 1945. HARRY P. ILSLEY, Judge Otis Reynolds, Attorney. Oct. 4-11-18. X NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of HANS K. MILLER, ,deceased Notice is hereby given that let- ters testamentary ,have been granted to the undersigned exec- utor by the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, in the above estate and that all persons having claims against said estate are required to file them with the necessary vouchers in the of- flee of the Clerk of the above named court or to exhibit ther~ ~ith the necessary vouchers on or before six months after Oc. tabor 4, 1945, the date of the first publication of this notice to .Otis Reynolds, attolmey for the e~xecutor, at his office in Sun- dance. Wyoming, and if such claim~ are not so filed or ex~hib- Ited they will be forever barred. Dated October 4, 1945. JOHN C. MILLER, Executor rPiiq ~eynolds, Attorney. October 4-11-18. Alva Mrs. Emery Williams returned home Thursday from a three weeks visit with friends and rel- atives in northwestern Montana. On the trip she also visited the Glacier National Park and other points of scenic interest. Wesley Storm, who had leased the Charlie Shaul ranch, was un- able to go through with his con- tract due to a recurrance of an illness for which he was hospital- ized last spring. He and the fam- ily left Thursday for Missoula, Mont. vrhere he will consult his former doctors and if his health permits they will return to their home in Lewiston, Idaho. Harvey Davis wound up his threshing season last week. The work was delayed co~nsiderably from rain and snow but he made splendid runs when the weather was favorable. Mrs. Elmore Engle was taking another labor survey last week, covering the Mona, Medicine Creek, Alva and Aladdin sectors, selected for their check-up. Road Improvements Made The county is putting a bridge across Beaver creek below the T & T. This will be a great boon to the people of the neighborhood and the mail carrier. Last week they put i~ some culverts and bridges on Lame Jones. Mr. Barker is in charge of the work. Carp McAmis is threshing down on the river this week. Mrs. Ernest Smith is enjoying a visit with her father from la. He is past eighty but in excellent health and takes a keen interest in the events of the day. Mrs. Frances Willey, Mrs. Belle Ruland and Mrs. Lana Col- ~hursdsy, October 4, 104N i i i i vi~ represented the Beaver Creek club at council meeting Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Pehringer visited Sunday at the ~home of Mrs. Pehringer's brother, Char- ley Phillips, near Mona. X" OFFICE SUPP~AI~L KIND4S AT THE T~M~E~, SUNDANCE. Fall Clothes are just in and you will find more pretty t h i n g s in your size. * Tailored Coats \ * Junior Coats * Fall Dresses * Tailored Blouses * Latest Hats * Purses and * Compacts Lancaster's Belle Fourche, S. D. 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