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In the Black Hills of Wyoming The 8undance Times, 8undanee, Wyoming Thursday, De~mbor 6, 194~ L , | L LEGAL NOTICE8 m PUBLICATION OF SUMX0NS TO Annie Holtsclaw, and to The Hulett State Bank, who address or place of residence is to plain- tiff unknown; and to the un- known heirs, legatees a~d devts- ees of Benjamin F. Engle, de- ceased, of Harriet Engle, deceas- ed, of Ed Rambsberg, also known as Ed Remsberg, deceased, and of O. M. Nordgren, deceased: You and each of you are hero- by notified that you have been sued in District Court of Sixth Judicial District, State of Wyom- ing, sitting in Town of Sundance withi~ and for Crook County, Wy- oming, by Arthur J. Murphy, who has filed his petition there- in, the object and prayer of which II tw quiet title in plaintiff against you and each of you in and to the following described premises, to-wit= SEK of NWK, S~ of NEW, Lots 3 and 4, E~ of SW~, ~E~4, See. 19, SW~ of SWK, ~ee. 20, NWK of WW~, See. 39, Township 55, North, Range 63, west of the Gth P. M., Crook County, Wyoming, and that you and each of you be forever ~barred from elaimiaE We now have in stock DDT RIDSECT In Pints and Quarts Powder, 10% DDT Spray, 5% DDT Before you buy DDT Insecticides, always be sure that the percent- age of DDT is given in order to obtain proper results. BROWN DRUG Belle Fourche, S. D. "Poultry Day Weds., Dec. 12 and~ every other Wednesday Thereafter Will Buy Until 12:00 O'Clock Noon at C. D. ROBERTS mmg Co. Bring tn Your Poultry-- Highest Market Prices We are now buying Ducks -- Geese -- Turkeys Marsh Produce Co. 8tmlrb, 8. D. or asserting a~y right, title or interest in or to the same. You are further notified that unless you answer the petition of plaintiff on or before December 29, 1945, the same with all mat- ters and allegations therein con- tained, will be taken as true and judgment rendered accordingly. FRANCIS HEJDE, Clerk of said Court ARTHUR J. MURPHY, Plaintiff James T. McGuckl~, Attorney. Nov. 22-20--Dec. 6-13. -X" The Hulett Branding h'0n ___ Ray Wright and his mother were in town ,Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Jess Storm. Mrs. Storm has been on the sick list the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson were Shopping in town Saturday. Mrs. Della Grant and sons Rastie and Bob arrived home Friday from a trip to Washing- ton and Oregon where they visi- ted Mr. and Mrs. Lee Grant and M~. and Mrs. Fred Willson. They had a fine trip and enjoyed it very much. They have been gone seven weeks. Robert and Roger Wolfskill spent the week-end with their grandparents in Hulett and at- tended the Hulett Sunday School. Mrs. Gertie Mahoney and son Eddie left Tuesday for the coast to visit her daughter Ellen and family for a few months. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sbaul and daughter visited friends in Hulett Saturday night and took in the Legiml dance. BACK FROM OVERSEAS DUTY Oscar Conklin arrived home Saturday for a visit with his wife and son; he has been across for quite a while. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Williamson of Sundance attended the Legion dance here Saturday night. Mrs. Bob Coker has been on the sick list the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bush and family have all had a seige of the flu and colds the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Zack Jay was visiting in here Saturday night and took in the dance. Rastie Grant and his mother spent Sunday at the Zack Jay home and saw the new baby. Frank Vasey made a trip to Cheyenne Wednesdy. Mr. and Mrs. George Mowery were shopping here the last of the week. Harry Llnklater brought his daughter Harriet back to school Monday; she spent the week-end mmJ with her parents on the ranch. Charlte Evert was a business caller here Saturday. Albert Moore and family visi- ted relatives here Saturday even- ing and attended the dance. 1Vfr. and Mrs. Tom Durham and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wolfskill ate Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wolfskill. Mr. a~d Mrs. Hugh Davidson are working over the big living room and papering and painting this week. Word has been received that Mrs. Bea Willson is able to leave the hospital :at Rapid City and is to be at the James T. Chittim home in Deadwood for a few weeks. Mrs. Gertie Mahoney and son Eddie visited a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Longs and family before leaving for the coast. Mrs. Grant took over the School Lunch Room Monday; she has ,been gone since the middle of Oc'tober. Mrs. M~amie Stoddard will assist her. Everett Davidson was a busi- ness caller in town the last of the week. Several from here attended the 4~H sale in Belle Fourche Thurs- day. There were several nice calves from this part of the county. Mr. Jensen hauled a truck load down a~d several children went in other cars. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stod- dard and daughters spent Sunday with M~. and Mrs. Erna Ista and family. Melvin 'Lemerick spent the week-end at the ranch. The Warren Gray family have all been sick with the flu but are better at prese~nt. The gTade school will give a Christmas program in the even- ing a few nights before Xmas. ON LEAVE Leland Wolfe spent a few days here with his mother and broth- ers; he had a ten day leave. BROTHER DIES K. B. Stoddard received word that his .brother, W. dC. Stoddard passed away Nov. 26 at Durango, i Colo. he will be remembered by the older people as he homestead- ed here in 1910 but has been gone from here for about 18 years. He leaves to mourn his passing his wife, two daughters and one son, one sister and two ,brothers a~d several neices and nephews and friends. His own family were all there at his passing. He has been sick for a long time. Reed Chittim visited a short time with his grandmother David- son and Hugh before the dance started Saturday night. --X HOMEWARD BOUND T-5 Herman W. Moore of Moorcroft was among the passen- gers listed due to arrive at Ta- coma Nov. 23 aboard the Herald of the Morning. Nationally Advertised for Those You Love Mens Fine Toiletries "His", Old Spice --- Fitted Toilet Cases ~ Mocker-Made Bill Folds Womans Toiletries "Old South" "Evening In Paris" Coty -- -- Dresser Sets TOYS, FULLER BRUSHES Stationery , Belle Drug Co. Belle Fourehe, S. D. REAL ~TATE NEWS Warranty deeds---Norma W. Moore to Henry B. Barker, Etta Kimsey to Guy Kimsey, Cecil C. Hughes to Glenn G. Gill, Glenn G. Gill to John Jessen and-or Marie Jessen, Saunders I~br. Co. to Richard L. Proctor, Don L. Wakeman to Edgar E. Wakeman, Edgar E. Wakema~ to Verne F. Barton, Mary D. Linn to Ira ~attox. Quit Claim Deeds---S. Elmo Wesley to Ruby V. Wesley, Har- vey A. Lawrence to Irvin E. Knapp. Homestead Patent Un i t ~ d Mrs. Ella Mae Richards was visiting friends in Sundance Mon- day .having come down on the . ;States of America to Stephen A. Mahoney. SUNDANCE LODGE No,9,A.F.&A.M. Ill WANTED Regui~ Commu~_.ie~- [I I tloni ~cond and fourth [II ~ " r month Ill cuz t'lne t'os~s -- ~~| Peeled or with the Chgs. B. Chlttim ~ I i a -- . - _ III 81duet-- Harvey ~q.~p [ | I uwA,m~m asmd~it III Lamber & Hardware Visiting Brothers Always Welcome ill Sundanee ~| [[ [ W. ]~. Newland Establiabed 1885 ;am, I. Ne~laud, Bulls Reg. coming Two Yr. 01ds, Range Bred for Range Use. Price $100 to $200. Greenwood Ranches NEWLAND & SON COLONY, WYOMING THIS BANK MAKES Truck and Automobile Loans A CAR MAY BE BOUGHT PAYING SO MUCH A MONTH FOR SO MANY MONTHS AFTER AWHILE THE CAR IS YOURS We Finance Truck and Automobile Loans Sundance State Bank Established 1895, A. D. Serving this territory in safe~ for FIFTY YEARS