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In the Blnk Hills of Wyoming The 8undanee Ttme8, 8undance, Wyoming Thursday9 August The life of a boy illustrates human existence. The 'boy .who has not developed a tendency to hunt and shoot ,by the time he is twelve years old probably never will become a shooting man. That is no indication of depravity, but only that his greatest pleasure in life will come from some other source. For the benefit of parents: the boy who is fond of shooting does_ n't handicap himself particularly in any' profession. Maj. Chas. Askins, authority on arms and tbeir use, advises that to lessen recklessness and instill care, new shooters need education and ex.perience. It is best for the boy getting his early training on game to go hunting with his father. The "old man" won't hesi. tate to tell him when he is care_ less, when he is pointing his piece a, bout promiscuously, when he is using it as a club, or when he is carrying it in a position to en. Notice of Sale of Real Property for 1945 Delinquent Taxes THE STATE OF WYOMING ) )ss. COUNTY OF CROOK ) COUNTY TREASURERS OFFICE, AUGU,ST 12, 1946 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I, John J. Binney, the duly elected, qualified and acting County Treasurer within and for the County and State aforesaid, will on the 10th day of September, A. D. 1946 at the Court house at Sundance in the County and State aforesaid offer for the sale the following described real estate for taxes due and unpaid. ,Said sale shall take place ,between the hours of 9 A. M. and 5 P. M, of the said days and will 'be continued from day to day, Sundays excepted, until all of said land has been sold. The real property to be offered at said sale together with taxes, penalty, interest and costs due on same as described as follows, to_ wit: Total Amount For Which Property OWNERS NAME Description of Property Will Be Sold LORENE BROWN, BOX 45 SUNSET, CALIFORNIA. An Undivided ~ Interest In NNW~: SE%NW: NE~SW%: Sec. 21 Twp. 55 Rng. 65 .............................. $10.50 ALEXANDER CHRISTIANSEN, COUNCIL BDUFFS, IOWA. WW%: SE%~SW%: Sec. 15: WNW%: Sec. 22 N%NW~: See. 26 TWP. 54 Rnwg. 67 ............ 27.78 MARGARET COOPER, PIEDMONT, .SO. DAK. E ~ NW : SWINE: ,See. 19 Twp. 57 Rng. 67 ........................ 10.19 PArD since put in type WYO. Lot 4: Sec. 3 Lots 1_2_3: SEZ/~NWZ/~: SWINE%: Sec. 4 Twp. 54 Rng. 66 Tract 119 Sec. 33 Twp. 55 Rng. 66 ............................................................ 27.07 PAID since put in type 54 Rng. 65 ................................................................................................ 11.62 A. J. CrLOVER, ESTATE, OSHOTO, WYO. W: NW% NE~: Sec. 14: NE~: N,SE%: SE~E%: See. 15 Twp. 54 Rng. 67 ............................................................ 43.21 EDWARD G. WM. A. AND FRE*DERICK O. GLOVER, Care WM. GLOVER, OSHOT0, WYO. SW~SE%: See. 11 Twp. 54 Rng. 67 ........................................................... 6.68 EDWARD GLOVER Care WM. GLOVER, OSHOTO, WYO. 'SSW~: Sec. 2 S~E~: Sec. 10 W: SNE%: N%SE~ ,See. 11 TwP. 54, Rng. 67 ............ 38.94 EDWIN V. JOHNSON, ALZADA, MONT. TRACT 46. A. B.: Twp, 58 Rng. 66 ................................................................. 8.41 NEIL R. AND EARL JOHNSON, NW~: Sec. 21 Twp. 52 Rng. 62 .............................................................................................. 15.65 MRS. JESSIE KENNEDY, ANCHORAGE, ALASKA. SE%: SE~SW% : See. 4 Twp. 51 Rng. 66 ........................................................................................................................ 20.49 GEO. A. MARSH, R. 1 BOX 72 MOTLEY, MINN. NE~ SE~: SSE%: SE%SW~: Sec. 2. NE~NW~: NNE%: SW'%NE%: NW~,SE: SSEZA: E ,SW% : Sec. 11 NE~NW% : N ~/s NE % : Sec. 14 Twp. 50 Rng. 66 ............................................................ 39.32 HENRY C. MOORE, MOORCROFT, WYO. SE~ANW~: See. 24 Twp. 49 Rng. 68 ............................................................ 6.98 CHARLES NIEMAN, BELLE FOURCHE, ,SO. DAK. Lots 7-8 Sec. 20 Twp. 56 Rng. 60 ...................................................... 13.27 JOHN H. PARKER,' MOORCROFT, WYO. S~SE~ : E~/~ SW~: Sec. 32 Twp. 49 Rng. 68 .......................................... 15.11 PAID since put in type CORNER OF NEz/~SE% : AS DI~SCRIBED IN DEED RECORDED IN BOOK 76 PAGE 456; Sec. 1 Twp. 54 Eng. 65 .................................................................. 21.98 ESTEL E. ROBERTS, ROCKY POINT, WYO. LOT,S 1_ 2,3: See. 7 Twp 56 Rng. 67. E~: E~W: See. 12 Twp. 56 Rng. 68 ............................................................ 33.93 LEROY SALISBURY, UPTON, WYO. SW%SE%: ,See. 29 Twp. 50 Rng. 64 ...................................................................... 6.75 LOUIS J. SCHUSTER, BELLE FOURCHE, SO. DAK. LOT 10 Sec. 32 LOTS 5.8.10 Sec. 33 Twp. 57 Rng. 60 ........................ ~ .............................................................................. 11.39 FLORENCE B. TRUEX, JACKSONVILLE, OREGON. W~NW~: Sec. 14 ENE%: See. 15 Twp. 54 Rng. 66 ............................................................................................................ 13.35 GEORGE L. WHITE, 2713 HOLLY ST. ALEXANDRIA, VA. LOTS 1-2_3_4: SN: See. 5 LOTS 1_2 SNE: SE%: Sec. 6 Twp. 52 Rng. 68 ........................ 33.60 PAID since put in type T. W~ OF LOT 4 BLK. 2 .................................................... 2243 VERGIL JENKINS, ADDRESS UNKNOWN, PARCEL OF LAND IN SW%SE: Sec. 13 Twp. 51 Rng. 63 (DI~SCRIBED IN DEED RECORDED IN BOOK 89, PAGE 593) .................................................................................... 13.32 LINCOLN LAND CO. Care MRS. J. NOONAN, MOOR_ CROFT, WYO. MOORCROFT: FITH: LOT 6 Blk. 10 ........................................................................................................... 6.91 THOMAS NOONAN, MOORCROFT, WYO. MOORCROFT: O. T. LOT 3 Blk. 4 .............................................................................. 23.36 LEON WHITE, GILLETTE, WYO. MOORCROFT: THIRD: T Lot 4 Blk 7 ............................................................................... : ......... 24.41 CHAS. J. WILLIAMS, 17 EAST ALGER, SHERIDAN, WYO. MOORCROFT: SECOND: Lot 13 Blk. 3 ........................................................................................................................... 24.66 PAID since put in type RON, NEBR. MOORCROFT: SOMERS SUB. SZ/s OF TRACT NO. 4 ....................................... : ...................................... 8.41 WITNESS MY HAND THE DAY AND YEAR FIRST ABOVE WRITTEN. JOHN J. BINNEY, ........................ County Treasurer Aug. 15.22.29 danger others. [ A friend of the Major's told~ him a story of being out with a~ rabbit hunter who was forever [ !punching ra,l~bits out of t.he I brush with the :butt of his gun. The gun slipped down through I the brush pile, raised a hammer | and fired. His friend found him barely ~ble to say, "Guess I'm done." The lad who has never had an accident, never let his gun go off accidentally, whether it hurt any- one or not, is either wise or lucky or both perhaps. Recklessness can he knocked out of us :by exper. ience only, and if it is our own experience we generally pay for it. The tendency of every ~boy is to form a gang or be attached to a gang. When he goes hunting the gang goes. The bigger the crowd, the greater the danger, but that is rarely considered. In a group of half dozen lads, four might be well taught and per. fectly safe with a gun, ,but the other two will find it necessary to show off. These are the dan_ gerous boys. Nobody will com- plain about them, for a boy .has a great deal of dread of being thought afraid of anything what. ever. If a bullet went through the heel of his boot, so that his mother might not see it when she went to help him pull his boot off, he'd plug that hole up with utmost care and never say a word about it. It takes time to teach us that a gun is deadly, and not to be handled like any other tool whatsoever. All this kind of edu. cation is modern and/unlike the hunting instinct, we have in, herited no instinctive care in the handling of a gun. X CARD 0~ THANKS For the many acts of kindness, expressions of sympathy and flor_ al offerings at the death of our loved one we wish to express our appreciation. M:rs. Lee Graham and ,Son Mr. and Mrs. George Graham Mr. and Mrs. Lester Graham and Son Mr. and Mrs. Joe Graham Mr. and Mrs. Buck Graham and Son Mr. and Mrs. Carl Foltz and Family :_ ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chatfield and Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jay Rlehards X Lower Kara Creek The entire community was startled to hear of the sudden and unexpected death of Lee Graham who was killed Tuesday when thrown from a horse while riding for cattle. We wish to ex_ tend his family the sympathy of !the community. i Lois Ames returned ~,morning to her home tending summer school ette. Irene and Sady spending the week in at the Swaim home. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. family were shoppers in croft Friday. Jackie Chapman Ames children ThursdaY. It's True--- Times Have Changed But We Still Give You The Same Old Fashioned Welcome to the County Fair -k Chittim Motor Chas. B. Chittim -- Kenneth Bud Miller H A RT BROTHER LUMBER and HARDWARE Welcomes You To The Crook County Fair t r~ We hope you will have a grand time and that you will have time to drop in and get acquainted. Hart Brothers Lumber and Hardware Sundance, Wyoming / m