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of Wyoming The 8undance Times, Sundance, Wyoming Again Bourbons here yesterday, promised leaders that a vigorous ~would be waged to keep in power, ~but admen_ delegates against over- All but five counties were rep. resented at the one-day session. 'X Personal items A. W. Storm of Hutett, was a caller in Sundance Monday: Tex Olds, of Moorcroft and Duke Olds and his daughter ,Hel. en returned to Sundance Satur_ day after a weeks visit with the Olds brothers' sister and other relatives in Bramen, 0kla.homa. Party will base its cam_ Qn its record in office. Anselmi state senator Sweetwater county, was vice chairman of the state committee; Mrs. E. G. of Casper, vice chair_ Milton Coffman of Cas_ MARNA "S Welcomes You To The Fair Extends A Cordial Invitation To You To Make Our Shop Your Beaut)" uarters. Iielene Curtis Cold Waves and Supplies "'l~Iachine and Machineless Permanents SOFT WATER SHAMPOOS Marna's Beanty Shop Bldg. Sundance Ww / There's A/ways A Hearty We/come for you.Here During the Fair Drop In And Meet Your Friends ~r Fred's Bar Johnson Sundance UNS~____BB ~HOMB NATJONAL SAFETY COUNCIl [I i fi , , " , I Health for All TB AMONG THE YOUNG Of all the diseases which afflict man, tuberculosis takes the greatest toll of lives among young people between 15 and 35 years of age. Tuberculosis is no respecter of persons--it strikes young and old, rich and poor. No race is immune to it. Wherever it strikes it brings suffering. N~o one ,can say who suffers most from tu, ber_ culosis. It is always tragic for the individual to learn that he has the disease, .and it is tragic for his family, whether he is young or whet'her he has .passed the ,bloom of youth and is ap- proaching middle age. Certainly it is tragic for a young ,man or woman about to :be_ gin a business career or about to be married to be stricken with tuberculosis. The years between 15 and 35 are the years of prom_ ise and the years whi,ch see the ~beginning of the fulfillment of the promises of youth. While ,more ,people 40 years of age and over die from tubercu_ losls than young people, just as deaths are more common in the older age group, tuberculos]s is the most deadly of all the diseases which attack young people from 15 to 35. 2~buberculosis at that age is ,by no means a death sentence. It can ~be .cured at any age. But the freatment for the disease means an interruption of normal activi. ties for months. The risk of catching tuberculo- sis would be greatly reduced if young people early formed good health habits and adhered to them throughout their lives. Of course, the surest way of never getting tuberculosis is never to come in ,contact with tubercule bacilli, the germs which cause the disease. But ~ve can never be sure we shall not come in contact with the disease --in fact, we .can be ,certain we shall. We can arm ourselves in advance, however, so that when we meet the germs we, not they, are the victors. Young people should build up resistance to the disease by get- ting a ,good night's rest every night---from 8 to 10 hours--by eating nourishing meals which include milk, by remembering to wash the hands always ,before eating, by having periodical physical examinations 'which in. clude a ,chest X.ray. An X_ray of the lungs will reveal the pres- en,ce, or absence, of tuberculosis. If one does get the disease, it is I I Live Poultry Day WILL BUY POULTRY TILL NOON o~ Friday, Sept. 6 AT C. D. Roberts Milling Co. Marsh Produce Co. Sturgis, 8. D. far better to know it at once so Thu~day~ August ~9, 19,46 .Mrs. Kenneth Bennick and that treatment oan be .begun with- children of Sheridan have ,been out delay. 'The earlier the treat_ visiting friends the past week in merit is begun, the better for the Sundance. She plans to stay until patient. after the fair. Her husband Ken- If young people get in the habit neth is employed at Hulett on the of having ~a complete .physical road .construction job. examination, with chest X.ray, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Fawkes re. at regular intervals, they stand turned to Sundance from Denver the best chance of never losing last Wednesday where they at- their health, tended market'week and v{ewed In the next article, summ6r the display of Kaiser_Fraser cars complaint will be discussed, in the Colorado city. Thank You I wish to thank the voters of Crook county for the splendid support and votes given me in the Primary Erection July 16. Ruth S le9 FAIR TIME OR ANY TIME -- YOU WILL FIND A ROUNDUP OF GOOD VALUES AT OUR STORE. We Welcome You to the Fair AND INVITE YOU TO MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS Partlow and Bryan ~r Model Grocery Sundance 1918 28 YEARS IN RAPID CITY 1946 Post Office Block t EPP ex, To Red Owl Grocery A SHOP FOR WOMEN ANNOUNCING Our Special August Fur Coat Euent INTRODUCING THE NEW FUR COAT FASHIONS OPTHE 1946 SEASON Special Values August 26 to August 31 Choose From All the Following Furs: Mink-Dyed Muskrat Natural Mink Paws Silver Blue Muskrat Smoky Brown Skunk Woodlawn Muskrat Malay Muskrat Brazil Otter Labrador Otter Sheared Opposum Natural Mink Sides Mouton Lamb Caracul Russian Persian Lamb Burgundy Persian Lamb Russian Squirrel American Broadtail Hudson Seal Greenland Seal