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August 29, 1946

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In the Black Hills of Wyoming Sheepmen Strihe at State Roard GILLETTE, Wyo.--The Camp_o$o bell county predatory animal dis_ trict board, composed of sheep_ men, has adopted a resolution criticizing the action of the Wyo- ming game and fistl commission in withdrawing support from a coyote poisoning p'rogram. The board took occasion recent- ly to condemn the action of the state game and fish commission in prohibiting the use of slow poison (thalium sulphate) ill predatory animal control program, and to also assail the commission for allocating funds to the federal fish and wildlife service for pre_ datory control if no slow poison was used. The commission's appropria_ tion of funds to the federal agen_ cy was declared to be in opposi_ tion to the theory of the state's rights, and declared tile control of, be cancelled, discharged and released of record. You are further notified that unless you file an answer in said action oil or before tile 5th day of October, 1946, that said petition will be taken as true and judg_ ment will be rendered in accord- ance with the prayer thereof. Dated this 27th day of August, A. D., 1946. FRANCIS HEJDE, Clerk of Court (SEAL) HERBERT BUNNEY, Plaintiff Otis Reynolds, Attorney. Aug. 29_Sept. 5_12_19 Devil's Tower of predators should be placed in Mr. Joe Logan if Ladoga, Ind. the hands of local boards who is visiting at the home of his understood conditions,nephews, Leonard and Lester LEGAL NOTICES PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS To the defendants: Van Sant Investment Company, a corporation, and Lillian B. Jar_ ,go, whose residences are an_ known ; You and each of you will here_ by take notice that there is now on file in the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, filed by Herbert Bunney, plaintiff, a pb~ tition naming you and others as defendants and asking judgment that you, and each of you, be compelled to show your interest in and to the following described real estate, to-wit: The southwest quarter of the northeast quarter, tile nortt]_ west quarter of tile south_ east quarter, the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter, the south half of the northwest quarter of Section 1, the Lot 2 and the south half of the northeast quarter of Section 2 in Township 54 North of Range 61 West of the 6th P. M., Wyoming, that the same may 'be adjudged to ,be null and void, and that said plaintiff ,be adjudged and decreed to be the absolute and unquali_ fled owner in fee simple of all of said lands and premises, and en- titled to the exclusive possession thereof, and that the title of the plaintiff be forever quieted against you, and each of you, and that you be excluded from any interest therein, and that the an_ released real estate mor(gagcs described in said petition, to which reference is hereby made for a ,complete description there_ Sherrard. Mr. Logan and the Sherrards attended the wedding of Pauline Saucier in the Hills Saturday. Pauline is tbe d:augh_ ter of the former Reva ,Sherrard. Mrs. Edw. Hauber was called to the ,bedside of her sister, Mrs. ":':::'.:;i~:~-:~'.:..".:::$.:.:~:~i~;~ The c Bear Lodge Hotel Welcomes you to the Annual Fair The Sundance Times, Sundance, Wyoming Minnie Yedin at Redfield, S. D. We hope she finds her condition improved. Mrs. Francis Benson and Miss Glenna Atkinson are visiting at the Clark home and helping care for Mrs. Clark. The Devils Tower Homemakers met with Mrs. Grenier Thursday of last week to complete plans for a float and a booth at the county fair. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Hauser of Texas and Mr. and Mrs. Strauss of Hill City, S. D. were sight_ seeing at the Tower Sunday. Mr. Hauser will be remembered as the engineer in charge when the bridge was built. He is now re- tired and operates a fruit farm in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heppler were in the community this past week h~ving been to Alva and Hulett also. Mrs. Ben Wolfe received the sad news of the death of her aged father in Pennsylvania. The Northwestern Construc_ tion Co. just completed a reser- voir for Edward Hauber and a road from the Hauber place to Fl~ank Ehlerts. They are now working on the Lytle Creek dam for the Campstool. ,Mrs. ,Maggie J(~hnstone and son Bob were dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. Newell Joyner's one day this week. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ike have as ranch guests, Mr. Ikes brother and ~amily from the East. Among Sunday visitors at the Tower were the Meyers family of Aladdin, ]VHckey Pollacks of Moorcroft and the Miles families of Carlile. WELCOME FAIR VISITORS WHEN YOU NEED ELEC- TRICAL REPAIRING O R HOUSE WIRING IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE US FIRST ~r Sundance Electric Thursday, gust 99, ~PEOIAL WHILE THEY PACKET ,STAT*IONERY ENV'ISLOPES, 10c--THE WELCOME FAIR VISITORS Come in to see us -- Expert Tonsorial Service Snndance Barber Shop Joe Durfee Sundance /:A/R VISITOI ; YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME HERE WHERE YOU CAN COME IN, MEET YOUR NEIGIIBOR--REFRESg YOURSELF. Sundance WELCOME TO THE FAIR August 30 and 31 at Sundance FOR THE BEST FAIR ENTERTAINMENT YET~ YOU CAN'T GO WRONG ON CROOK COUNTY'S OWN 1946 VERSION FOR THE BEST IN HARDWARE, IMPLEMENTS AND OTHER LINES--SEE US FIRST C. D. ROBERTS HARDWARE--JOHN DEERE IMPLEMENTS Sundance