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L = I~EGAL NOTICES PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS To the defendants: Matt Whalen, Jr., General De- livery, Ridge Crest, Cal., Thomas W. Robinson, Belle Fourche, S. Dak., The Chase National Bank of the City of New York, as trus- tee under the last will and test- ament and codicil thereto of S. Kemmerer, deceased, New York, N. Y., Nelson P. Pear- Ion, Peter O. Pearson, Mary El- lea Story, Perry Pearson, Anders Pearson, Ulika Johnson, Eltda el- lion, P. L. Sandberg, Nellie Kap- Anna Albertson, Nile Alfred Amos R~binson, Black Coal Company, a carper- Wyoming and Missouri Railroad Company, a core John L. Kemmerer, Ger- trude K. Thorne, James H. All- ]~ort, Patrick J. Quealy, as trus- t~m under the last will and test- and codicil thereto o~ S. Ken~nerer, deceased the unknown heirs and de- of Amos Robinson, Annie Emily Robinso~ Uhler Edvald Jensson, also known Edvold Jensson, all deceased; whose residences are unknown; GREETING: You and each of you, will here- take notice that there is nowi on file in the District Court of! County, Wyoming, filed by H. Miller and Claude W. plaintiffs, a petition nam- you and others, as defendants, and asking Judgment that you, each of you, may be com- te show your respective In- terest in and to the following de- real estate, situate in County of Crook, State of to-wit: The north~vest quarter of the southwest quarter of Section twenty-eight in Township fifty-four north of Range sixty-one west of the Sixth Principal Meridian, Wyoming, the same may be adjudged be null and void, and that said be adjudged and de- be the absolute and un- owners in fee simple of of la~ds and premises and to the exclusive peases- thereof, and that the title of be forever quieted the ecbove named defend- and each of them. and that .be excluded from any inter- are further notified that you file an answer in said on or before the 22~d day December, 1945, the said pc- will be taken as true and will be rendered in ac- with the prayer thereof. Dated this 9th day of Novem- A. D. 1945. FRANCIS HE,DE. Clerk of Court Miller and Claude W. Plaintiffs. Reynolds, AttorneY. 15-22-29~Dec. 6. -X ~THE'DISTRICT COURT TH /UDICIAL DISTRICT OF WYOMING ) )as. OF CROOK ) Matter of the Estate of MARY DANIELS, Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION To the creditors, heirs and de- of Mary Daniels. deceased, all persons whom it may ~ou are hereby notified that E. Davis, as petitioner, has her petition in the above court alleging that said Daniels died intestate March 1938 a resident of Spearfish, Dakota, and owning an uq~- one third interest in and the following real estate, to- The northeast quarter of the northeast quarter, the ~Uth half of the northeast .qu~arter, the southeast quar- tel* of the northwest quar- ter, the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter, and the Lots 2, 3 and'4 of Section 19, Lots 1 and 2 of Section 80 in Township 49 'North of Range 63, the north ~lf, the northwest quarter Of the southwest quarter, the ~torthwest quarter of the southeast quarter and the IOuth half of the southeast q~arter of Section 22, the laortheast quarter of the ~orthwest quarter, the south ~lf of the. north half, the earth half of the south half, the southwest quarter of the IOuthwest quarter, and the half of the southelmt |~trter of Section 24. the The 8undaneeTimes, Sundanee, W:yoml~ , north half of the northeast quarter, the south half of the north half, the north half of the southeast quarter and the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of Section 25, the southeast quarter of the eortbeast quarter of Sec- tion 26 in Township 49 North of Range 64 All west of the Sixth Principal Meri- dian, Wyoming, and that said decedent left sur- viving her as her sole and only heirs at law, her children, said Mable E. Davis, and Albert A. Daniels, Ralph M. Daniels and Gladys Rittgers, and a grandson, Albert O. Sheldon. Said petition- er claims to be the owner of an undivided one fifth part of the interest of the deceased in and to said real estate under the" statutes of descent of Wyoming. Said petition prays for a deter- mination of the time of the death of the decedent, and a determin- ation of the heirs of said deceas- ed, the degree of kinship and the right of descent of the said real estate iq3terest and a hearing will be had thereon before the above named court at the court room of the court house in Sundance, Crook County, Wyoming, on the 21st day of December, 1945, at i the .hour of 10 o'clock in the: forenoon and a decree made and entered conformable t o t h proofs. Dated this 14tk day of No- vember, 1945. FRANCIS HE,DE, Clerk of Court SEAL MABLE E. DAVIS, Petitioner Otis Reynolds, Attorney. November 22-29 Dec. 6-13. X NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLE- KENT 0P ESTATE All creditors and othe~s inter- ested in the estate of Ephrlam B. Wright, deceased, take notice that the undersigned admt~xistrator o~ said estate will on or before the 7th day of December. 1945, file in the office of the clerk of court of Crook County, Wyoming. his final account and petition for dis- tribution of said estate, where anyone interested may examine such account and petition and file objections thereto i~ writing at any time before the 13th day of December, 1945, and if no oh- Jections are filed thereto he will make final settlement of said es- tate on the 19th day of December, 1945, or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard. Dated at Sundance, Wyoming, this lZth day of November, 1945, OTIS REYNOLDS, Administrator November 15-22-~9--Dee. 6. X N~)TICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of SARA HEAVIRLAND, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that letters of administration have been granted to the undersigned administrator by the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, in the above estate and that all persons having claims agakxst said estate are required to file them with the necessary vouch- ers in the office of the Clerk of Thursday, December 6, 1945 the above named c0urt or to ex- hSbit them with the necessary vouchers on or before six months after Novem'ber 29, 1945, the date of the first publication of this notice to the undersigned administrator at his place of busi- ness in Sundance, Wyoming, and if such claims are ~ot so filedI or ex.biblted they will be forever barred. Dated November 29, 1945. CLYDE D. ROBERTS, Administrator Otis Reynolds, Attorney. Nov. 29~Dec. 6-13. X NOTICE OF APPLICATION F0E TAX DEED To Christens M. Anderson, |734 Winnemac Avenue. Chicago, Ill- ,ale; MaJa SiEna Olofson, Skaf- trap Narregard Horda, Sweden; Carl J. Solomonson, Fredrich Solomonson, Klas Albert Solomo~- son. all of Mananas, L agan, 8we- den and to Arthur Olin, Sten& Goading, Ruth Lundgren, Lillie.n Akesen and Kurnel Carlson, whose residences and addresses are un- known, and to all, persons whom It may concern: You are hereby notified that the following described real es- tate, to-wit: , The northwest quarter, the north half of the south- west quarter of Section 27, the southeast quarter of Sec- tion 2S, the northeast quar- ter of the northwest quar- ter, the south half of the northwest quarter, the north half of the northeast quar- ter and the southwest quar- ter of the northeast quarter of Section 33 in Township 52 North of Range 67 All west of the Sixth Principal Meridia~, Crook County, Wy- oming, was sold for taxes due Crook County, Wyoming, for the year 1940, by Paul Yeoman, then County Treasurer of Crook County, Wyoming, on the 15th day of November, 1941 and was purchased on said date by said Crook County, and thereafter and on July 3, 1945 the certificate of purchase No. 5147 issued by the said County Treasurer to evi- dence said sale of November 15, 1941, as aforesaid, was purchased from said county by the under- signed, Sidney Harvey, and the said eert|flcate was duly mmigned to him. and he is now the owner and holder thereof; that said real estate was assessed to and taxed in the name of C. M. Anderson and others; that the time for re- demption of said lands will expire on the 22nd day of March, 1946, that the undersigned, Sidney Har- vey, will on March 23, 1946 ap- ply to the Cou4aty Treasurer of Crook County, Wyoming for a Treasurer's Tax Deed on the above described lands. Dated November 20, 1945. SIDNEY HARVEY, Applicant for Tax Deed Otis Reynolds, Attorney. Nov. 22-29~Dec. 6. HOME ON VISIT Henry J. Relmer, who has been stationed at the Pew camp at Camp Phillips, Kan., is home vis- iting his parents a~d his brother, Lloyd, who was recently dischar- ged. tt ~ " Me...i m staying in the.Army! o, ,,,,,... ! AND HERE THEY ARIEl" , , ~~,~':'~ "First, I keep my present grade. That means a lot., "By reenlisting ~or 3 years I Can pick my own branch of service in the Air, Ground or Service Forces, and can go to any overseas theater I wish. I get my mustering-out pay,* even though I'm reenlisting. Also, I get $50 a year reenlistment bonus for each year I've been in the Army. My dependents receive family allowances for the full term of my enlistment. And I'll be digible for GI Bill of Rights bene- fits when I get out of the Army. "My food, clothes, quarters, medical and dental care are all supplied to me. And I can learn any of 200 skills or trades in the Army schools. "All of us who are rcenlisting are going to have from 30 to 90 days' furlough at home with full pay and our travel paid both ways. And we'll have 30 days' fur- lough every year with pay. **************** PAY PER MONTH-- ENLISTED MEN Is Addiflen to Fred, Ledl~ Clotlm and Medkel ~im (a)--Plus 20% Increase for Service Overseas. (b)--Plus 50% if Member of Flying Crews, Parachutist, etc. (c~ '-Plus 5% Increase in Pay for Each 3 YeArs of Service. "Any time after 20 years I , can .retire at half pay incre~_s- -' i , ing year by year to three-quarte~ ~ retirement pay after 30, .years.of service. And the time t ve already, i i served in active military or naval'' service counts toward my retir~ ment time. Added up-reenlist- me.nt seems pretty Sound to met.TM JANUARY 31, 1946 AN IMPORTANT DATE FOR MEN iN THE ARMY MEN now in Army wha reenlls# be~ore February I will be ream- listed in present grade. Mea hen- orably dischareed can teeniest within 20 days after discharge in grade held at time of di~. charge, pro~ldad thay reenli~ before February !, 1946. You may enlist ,~T ANY TIME for lye, 2 or 3 year periods. (One-year enlistments for men now in the Army with at lease 6 me.the of r~rvlce.) Starting ease Pay Per Ma~ter ~geant Ma~b or First Sergeant ~11~8.00 Technical Sergeant 114.00 Staff Sergeant . 96.00 Sergeant .... Y8.OO Corporal .... 66.00 Private First C1a~.54.00 Private .... 50,00 - tk. MONTHLY RETIREMENT INCOME AFTEe: ze rears" 30 Years" Service SerWce 74.10 I'~IL~ 62.40 108.0@ 50.70 87.7~ : 42.90 74.25: 35.10 60.75 32.50 ~S.2,% ********************************* SEE THE JOB THROUGH eEENLI~T NOW AT YOUR NEAREST ; k ~ "~ AB UV U. ARMY RECRUITING ,TATIO~'. ,,OU, eD,A OF 9n r 7 ~ AIR, GROUND, SERVICE FORCES ~li~UII . "* : Business and Professional Directory d Spearfish, S. D. EVAPORATED PEACHES ,.r 36 ! SAUER " ' 14 It U Can ............................................... TOMATO SOUP 25 3 for .................................... MILK 26 LAND '0 LAKES --3 for ................... WIZDOM PEAS 29' 3 for ................................ RICE KRISPIES 230 51/~ Oz. l:~kg.--9 for.... QUAKER OATS,%% 270 PLUMBING REPAIRS and SKEET METAL WORK Telephone 19 HART BROTHERS LBR. & KDW., Sunds~tce THE SANDWICH SHOP Pies, Sandwiches, Chili, Our - Specialties LEONARD FELTON S undance DR. T. H. PROCTOR 0PTOM]~TRIST Eyes Examined--Glasses Pitted Over Montgomery Ward Store Phone No. 300 I Deadwood DR. ~. GORDON BETTS ANNOUNCEMENT TO MY PATIENTS I have entered the Speal~ Chiropractic S a n i t a rtum at Denver and my office wlrl *be closed until further notice. DR. GERTEUDE RICH, Belle Fourehe, S. D. Physician.Surgeon - Osteopath Home Appliances -- Hardware Eyes Examined--Glasses Fitted Across from lost Office Spearfish, South Dakota Tires and Tubes D & H HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY Belie Fourche South Dakota