Newspaper bits on Josephine Whitney Callwell

Some items from the Wyoming newspapers mentioned in a past post regarding Josephine Whitney Callwell.

Mr. and Mrs. John Brown and
daughter, Agness, of the Horse Creek
country, were visitors Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Brown’s mother, Mrs. Josephine Callwell

Burns Herald 12/12/1920

United States Land Office,
Cheyenne, Wyo., June 3 1919.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Josephine
, alleging that she is the
mother of Samuel H. Callwell, deceased,
who on June 28, 1917, made homestead
entry for the 8 1/2 of Sec. 4, T. 17 N..
R. 62W. 6th P. M., Serial 020717, has
flled In his office notice of intention
to submit final proof in support of her
claim for patent on said entry under
section 2 of the Art of July 28, 1917
(40 Stat. 246), on the ground that the
homesteader died while actually engaged
in the military service of the
United States. The proof will be offered
in this office on or about the 15th
day of July, 1919, and all persons desiring
to file protest or objection there
to are warned to do so by that time.
Witnesses :Wm. Brown, LittleHorse
Creek, Wyo., Chas Fredon, Wanneta,
Wyo., Clarence Leggltt, Burns, Wyo.,
and W. C. Hall, Burns, Wyo.
WILL REID, Register.
June 5-12-10-20 July 3

burns herald 7/7/1919

Legal Notice.
The State of Wyoming, County of Laramie
In the District Court, Josephine Callwell
plaintiff, vs. Charles W. CallWell, defendant.

To Charles W. Callwell, whose place
of residence is unknown:
You are hereby notified that you
have been sued In the District court of
Laramie county, Wyoming, by Josephine Callwell;
that the object and
prayer of the petition in said cause
is that she may obtain a divorce from
you and the custody of your minor
children; that in said petition she
alleges that for the period of more than
one year last past, you have willfully
deserted her and have also failed to
provide her with the common necessaries
of life; aud you are further
notified that you are required to answer
the petition in said case on the
29th day of August, 1908, or judgment
will be taken against you as prayed for.
T. J. Fisher
Clerk of District C’ourt.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
July 3, 10, 17. 24, 31; Aug. 7, 14

Wyoming Tribune 8/14/1908

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