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la the Black Hills of Wyonfln~ Moorcroft Weekly Roundup Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Ross of Gibbon, Nebraska, were visi- tors last week at the 0. J. Biggs home. Mrs. Ross and Mrs. Blggs are sisters. Mrs. Cash Minnich was taken to the ,hospital in Gillette Tues- day evening suffering with blood ~otsontng in her foot. Corky Cox was a patient a couple of days last week in the hospital in Gillette. ~I~eslle Watt, who was recently all,barged from the army, was a visitor in town Wednesday. Wusband To Return Wome Soon With Discharge Mrs. Wllma Rollins arrived on 43 Wednesday after spending several months in the east. Her husband is being discharged soon ~nd Plans to return to Mooreroft. Those attending 0he meeting of teas Eastern Star in Upton Wed- tuesday evening were Mrs. Mer- rill Waymire, Mrs. C. E. Russell, Mrs. Vern Kirby. I Visitors in town Thursday were Mrs. Merrttt Barton, 'Mr. and Mrs. George Rlehards of HuI- ett, Wlllard Rlpley of Hulett. Mrs. Lathom and Mrs. Orville Jones of Gillette attended the funeral of Mrs. Zlmmerschied ~hursd~ty. Raymond Sehlattman was a vis- itor in Sundance Friday. The two Jeesen girls who are attending high school in Gillette were Moorcroft visitors Friday afternoon. They were met here . rox/o !. Itelieve Mnseries of Your BABY COLD As He Sleeps Now most young mothers use this modern way to relieve /s.. ....... .~ miseries of a child's cold. Even as you rub it on, Vicks VapoRub starts to soothe irritation in nose and throat, loosen phlegm, ease coughing. Then, as baby sleeps, VapoRub . . . psxEr#c#rax to upper bronchial _ ~ ~ .,~ with its speda] -t'.,i~ medicinal vapors. ~ o ~7~, _ chest and back ...,,~n ~-4, Tb. surfaces like a 7.~~ wanning poultice. ?~t_o ~)' morni most of the mt ry of gone.Remember, M~er... ONLY VAPORUB Gives Y0u th~ spe- ll double action. It's time-tested, ~ved... the best known home remedy for reliev- ing miseries of ~ I C K S dfiHven's colds. I' V~pORuO Poultry The 8undanee Times, 8undanee, Wyoming Thlrsday, October 4, 194; by their folks a~d spent the week end at .home. Mrs. Newell Garman and fam- ily of Carlile were visitors in Moorcroft Sunday. Mrs. Joe Slenker and son, Bob- .by of Newcastle, came up on the bus Saturday evening and spent Sunday in Moorcroft. Jim McCluer of Belle Fourche was a caller in town :Sunday. Mr. Dumbrille of Rozet was in Moorcroft ,Sunday trucking his sheep to the Lester ranch where they will be wintered. Miss Effie Nefsy spent the week-end with home folks in Moorcroft. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Erland of Pine Ridge were visitors in town Sunday afternoon. Those stopping in Moorcroft a short time ,Sunday evening after attending the marriage of Miss ,MarJorie Mendenhall of Upton to Don Thompson of Gillette ~ were Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Sterling, Mr. and Mrs. Fraker, Mr. and Mrs. Pringie, Mrs. Faxon and daugh- ter of Upton. Former Resident Dies At Sheridan Word comes of the death of Mrs.Grandbouche in Sheridan. She was an old-time resident of the Moorcroft eou~ttry, having liv- ed on the Hlckenbottom place for a couple of years, later moving to the H-R ranch where they formerly lived for several years. She was t'he mother of Mrs. Ruby Lamb of San Diego, Mrs. Freda Smith of Eugene, Oregon, Mrs. Nadine Gill of Washington, Mrs. Will Shunk of Sheridan. The past several years she spent at the home of her daughter and fam- ily, Dr. Will Shunks. This com- munity extends deepest sympa- thy to the bereaved family. Several of the Gillette young folks stopped in MoorcroZt Friday on t,heir way home after attend- ing the football game at Upton. Gillette was victorious winnning by a score of 33-0. Visitors in town Saturday were Jack Simpson, Everett Woods, Woodrow Peterson, C. L. Clark of Devils Tower, Bill Bishop of Gil- lette, Mr. and Mrs. Russell :,Krause, Leonard Anderson, Mrs. Emma McKean and Henry Ber- ger. Clifford Zlmmerschied of Sher- idan and his son, Junior, came down Saturday to pack and ship Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Fawcett's things. George is now working the night shift in Sheridan. Jun- ior arrived home Sept. 19 for a 30-day furlough with home folks. He says he expects soon to be discharged after which ~he plans to finish his high school as he lacks one year. Visitors in town Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Aurand and family of Pine Ridge, Irving Pick- erd of Four Horse, Mrs. W~m. Oel- kers and daughters, Mrs. Frank Watt. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Biggs and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Ross were supper guests at t.he Hans Kum- merfeld home Friday evening. Returns to San Diego Jack Hughes left Friday night for Sa~ Diego after spending a week here with home folks while on leave from the navy. Leo Drlsklll of Buffalo creek~ came in Friday evening after his daughter Ruth, to spend the week-end with home folks. Mrs. Frank Hepler and grand- daughter, Mrs. Mahoney, of Gil- lette, were visitors in Moorcroft and Hulett Monday. Shoppers in town Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Paul John Mc- Kean, Mrs. Emma McKea~a and Henry ]~erger, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Watt. Paul McCarthy, who ,has ,been at Upton, took over the agency at the Burlington depot last week. He arrived Thursday. LEGAL NOTICES IN THE DISTRICT COURT SIXTH J~DICIAL DISTRICT State of Wyoming ) )ss. County of Crook ) In the Matter of the Estate of CLINT WELLS, Deceased. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE The petition of Edna E. Wells, surviving wtdow of Clint Wells, deceased, having ,been filed in the above entitled court, praying that the whole of said estate be Oshoto Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spangier of Ridgeform, Illinois and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Spangler and Arlie of Hulett visited with Mr. ~nd Mrs. Homer Holmes Friday. Arthur Hauber arrived home Saturday, having served in the army for over three years. Mrs. Del Evans and Mrs. Hom- er Holmes shopped in Mooreroft ~Wednesday. Mr. a~d Mrs. Juel Hahn and Ethel Ann were shoppers in Osho- to Saturday afternoon. Dell ~vans returned from Oma- .ha Thursday. ,Mxs. Fred Sehn and children spent bhe week-end at their ranch home. Mr. and Mrs. John Blakeman visited with Mr. and Mrs. Dart4 Roberts Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Holmea visited at the Albert Spangler home Sunday. Typewriter Ribbon1- Thq Ttmm FULL LINE OF CANNING SUPPLIES is In stock. Canned goods will soon be more plentiful, but R still will be wise to do plenty of home canning of both fruits and vegetables. BARTLETT PEARS in bushels now at their best. wteferm will be later and cheaper 'but never quite so good am the BA~RTLETT'S. ELBERTA bushel peaches will be coming early in Septe,,*ber. There is a big crop and we hope for lower prices than Year. CANNING FRESH PRUNE~ WILL BE HERE GOON. SLY'S GROCERY Orooeries, Meata, Fruitt, Vegetable., Bakery Gee& BELI~ POUROHE, S. D. LIVESTOCK SALE Every Tuesday ON OCTOBER 9TH WE ARE GOING TO HAVE A set over to her absolutely in lieu Special Calf and Yearling of her exemptions. It is hereby Ordered that all Sale persons Interested in the above We have definite word from a number of buyers from East- ern states that they will be here looking for calves,i If you have calves or yearlings---be sure and get them in to this sale. We need a lot of calves and yearlings and yea will certainly be pleased with the price. This Special sale is being held in connection with our rega- lar weekly sale. We sell Cattle, Kegs, Sheep and Home| EVERY TUESDAY. Call--us "Collect" Phone No. 744--we will make arrange- ments for trucks to haul your livestock. Stockmans' Commission Co. AUCTIONEERS--Paul Dillehay -- Tom De Haven Ray Perrine, Manager Rapid City, So. Dak. estate appear on the 20th day of October, 1945, in the Court room of this Court in Sundance, Wyo- ming, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. or as soon thereafter as the petition may be heard to show cause why the whole of said estate should not. be found to be exempt to t.he said widow, and set over to her as her abso- lute property, subject only to the expenses of administration, of the last sickness of the decedent, and funeral expenses. Dated this 1st day of October, 1945. HARRY P. ILSLEY, i Judge~ Otis Reynolds, Attorney. October 4-11-18. x Here from Mooreroft Friday was Mary Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Vernie R. Taylor OOOD of Alva were Saturday visitors RATIONSTAMPS here. PUREBRED H Sem/-Annua/Sa/e A "6 E T RED STAMPS 2 POINTS A POUND FOR USED HOOSEHOLO FATS SEPT. 30 I"HRU OCT. Sl THRU NOV. 30