John Hann, 1916
Erffmeyer, on of Invited and 10:00 and m.; attend I sermon, address, will bo C." and CHASING COYOTES IN MOTOR CARS EXCITING A Wolf Hunt of This Kind in Pawnee County This Week. to Larned, Nov. £6.—An exciting coyote chase tn autombilet occurrod this week near Hanston. Tho party consisted of "Bill Hann, John Hann, Mr. nnd Mrs. Irvin Seaman Seaman and Wm. Warring. They went In two cars, and took three greyhounds In onch car. They Started the hunt just south of Hanston, and at first failed to scare up any coyotes,'but finally started up throe and after an exciting chase, killed two of them. Mr. Warring says that auto polo Is mild compared with the way those two cars chased across the prairie, ravines and bluffs after those two coyotes.. He sold that Ills speedometer registered forty miles one time when he dared to glance at it, and be was afraid to look again. The other car was a-Ford but It Bot a pace over the rough ground that he didn't care to follow, They were going along between 20 and 30 miles an hour at the time they started up the first coyote, and when the biggest hound in Mr. Warrlng'a car sighted tho wolf, It leaped over the windshield and hood and landed running, twenty feet ahead of the car. Tho coyote was a big follow, but the hounds finally brought him down, the big houn,d throwing him while the< others pinned him down. M. While chasing the first .-coyote,--the other auto nearly ran over another one, which leaped up almost from under under the wheels of the car. The men shot at It sovoral times, wounding It, but because of the speed of the bounding bounding car could get but poor aim. It finally finally ran Into a hole, and was fished out with a barbed wire, and soon finished finished by the dogs. Messrs. Hann and Seaman have klled thirty-seven coyotes so far this fall.