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October 22, 1953

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Farm Fire Loss Blamed on Neglect of Easy Rules fires like this cost American farmers 133 dollars. Most could have been prevented or To prevent this kind of disaster on your carry out these simple rules now: 1. When or remodeling, use non-combustible mate- All-steel structures, such as Quonsets, mini- of fire. 2. Protect all your buildings ling those of steel) with well-distributed, grounded, tightly-connected lightning rods. judge once re- "There are high and low dogs as well asI among men, and while the corn-i on, dog has his value, it1 the same as that of the[ bird dog or the trained i Now if someoneI kill your dog do you know collect damages? Dee Bowers, an attorney writes about sports- the law for Sports Afield explains that you are by law with the burden two things and until proved them your an- is not,required to open (National Safety Counell :Photo) 3. Make sure electrical wiring is in A-1 shape. 4. Put heating equipment and chimneys in good condition. Make sure that every person who turns on or regu- lates heating equipment knows how to do it. 5. Take no chances with damp hay. Dry hay properly in field or mow. Check temperature of hay for six weeks. 6. Put fire-fighting equipment in every building and make sure that everybody on the farm knows where it is and how to use it. his mouth: first, that he killed or injured your dog; and second, that the animal was of a specified mon- ey value. The defendant must then prove that the conditions confronting him when he shot or otherwise killed our dog justified the act; or, that the animal was either without val- ue, or of much less value than you claim. A man who takes tris chances on deliberately killing a hunting dog finds comfort in knowing that statutes exist in nearly all states upon which he can rely for legal justification of his act. That of New Jersey is typical. It reads: "A person may humanely destroy a dog in self-defense, or which is found chasing, worrying, 'wounding or destroying any sheep, lamb, poultry or domestic animal." This defense is used in 95 per cent of suits prosecuted for wrong- fully killing hunting dogs. There are a few, but only a few, other conditions and circumstances recog- nized by the courts as justification. The defendant is bound to prove that the animal was actually doing one of the prohibited acts at the moment he was killed. It is not enough for him to say he thought the dog was chasing, worrying, wounding or destroying sheep, lamb, poultry or domestic animal, i Killers of hunting dogs have been judicially declared liable for the value of the animal killed un- ~der these circumstances: a dog kill- ed through malice or evil intent; killed through some act of neg- ~ligence or carelessness; by inex- cusable mistake in identity or failure to perceive the exact char- acter of the act the suspected dog is committing at the moment; or O Special Inner Spring Mattress and Box Spring SALE LIMITED TIME ONLY See Us for All Your Furniture Needs ! C. D. Roberts Furniture Co. l hone 48R2 Sundanee, Wyo. merely because the animal is tres- passing. Standards of determining worth are simple. If the dog has a mar- ket value in the neighborhood, that value is ordinarily accepted as a measure of damages allowable. If it has no market value its special value to the ownc~ may be proved by showing its qualities, charac- THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Oct. 22, 1953 piece suit this season because three-piece suits are something special this season in fashion. We want to remind you about the fine coats we have in luxurious mater- ials so attractively priced. Keep polished black in mind this season teristics and pedigree, and by tes-for high style, but of course there timony of witnesses familiar with lare many beautiful colors as well. such qualities. [Are you going to have a fur coat, ~ ~stole or sling cape this season? Fersonal Items louts are beautiful. I Mayor and Mrs. Bump of Tot- State Auditor Everett Copen-I rington were visitors of Mrs. EI- haver was a visitor in Sundanee[friede Schloredt Monday. Friday. ] ....... Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haselton[ of Sheridan arrived in Sundance] Monday for a visit at the Leslie] tlooper home. ! Robert Tracy of Rock Springsi left Sunday after visiting since. Friday with Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Tracy. Mr. and Mrs. Fred' Good were Monday visitors in Sundance. Kepp, a shop for women, Rap- id City, post office block next to the Red Owl grocery. A woman] can't miss by wearing a three.ii J[~ Rapid Cites Largest Furniture Store 919 Main, Rapid City, 8. D. i i it t H t It rates my personal Oscar" says Ronald Reagan starring in Universal- International's "Law and Order.". Color by. Technicolor. you can you can you can you can twist it... twirl it... bend it... curl it... U~ The new revolutionary collar on Van Heusen Century shirts won't wrinkle...ever! The Van Heusen Century is the only shirt in the world with a soft collar that won't wr/nk/e ever! It's soft as a fine handkerchief.., woven on a curve to fit the contours of your neck. And it's a cinch to launder because the fold-line is woven in. Your wife just irons the collar flat, flips it--and it folds perfectly. We'll give you a new one free if it ever shrinks out of size. What's more, you'll be using your Van Heusen Century long past the age when weariag-and.washin8 usmdly take ~3 95 tSo~ toil Durt:ee's ~~ te Weffie'