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VOLUME,3^
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4T BAD LANDS COW, BOY,
6T A. X. PAO&ARB
V^? THJ COW'BOTl«BOtp«Wl®l*4a Soft
$«pery«w.
AdvetttelnnlUlee inede kaown on applicafy&n,
^UncIIhg Xdv«rttj»nieat»|kya1jle quarter
TfiJiBiehtXdvertlwmcaUindillJobwork,
*j in sight.
AddreeaHl ^jAmonlcaQoBS to
3H THI B*D LXNDSOOW BOY.
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4
T3F*S» J4W" I
MximiUt DAKOTA
1
Bnteredatiliepoitofflce at MWora, Dak., aasee-
lf*&
ond elaaa mail matter
A D. CABPE^TPR. ^h,
5%W*#^TT0BNEYi^
T. PACKARD,
NOTARY PUBLIC.
MEDORA. DAK.
F. E. BENJAMIN,
Jeweler and Watchmaker,
MAND AN, DAKOTA.
Repairing of all kinds promptly executed.
Ordera from out of town. rtccivemyperson&l
and careful attention.
.^••H. R. LTOH,Prest, ll. yAsVi.BOX, JrM Cashier,
VP
M.LANO.VICOPresident.
." FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF MANDAN, DAKOTA.
Paid-I
l-np Capital 150,000
StirpluB,$15,000 ,-:
IntorMt paid on Time Deposlta
I 1 tieiieral Bankins and Exnhan^ Bualnesa done.
JOAN. MoKEJirZIE.
linir.:
fvH'/ifc
MEDORA, DAK.
Work done.neatlyand promptly
Manufacturer anil dealer
s*^
Otultom Work and Bepairing a
HARDWARE
nt£$i$i$8£i
,*
''hh7^^0
ALWAYS AWAKE.
sivXt
DICKINSON.'o&k.
FIT***
B. OOYUS, M. D.!
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
(Lite A. A.8nrtttui, U.'.& %sunEu
6
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9
Bole Agentafor :.
WILSON BROS. SHIRTS.
IT. We mate our own goods, DO YON
8KB-TUB PONN?
~r£*
SEE OUB WEN'8 SUITS AT
$10, «X1, «12 and $13.50. Latest Fall
and Winter patterns not old,shelf-worn
goode. but made in our own manufac
tory, where
we
know how to make them,
for our own triule. We can save you IS
per eent. at the very least wliioli we
save by making onr own goods.
SEE OUB HEN'S SUITS AT
$15, $16 and $18. Our competitors ask
you $20 and $30 for the same goods.
Now,if you buy for cosh and care enough
to look a new house over before you buy
your Winter clothing make it a poiut to
look around and see whether we do what
we
advertise
and
'we will
that
SEE OUB MNE OV WHSOX BROS.
white shirta, from $1 to $1^0. Fancy
shirts, with collars attached or detached,
from
cente
nel and Cashmere shirts, that we make
ourselven,
1 JAL6
A I —WD— t,
«I •$?*?&<**
or
•^^^•Tnware*
-7^1
j.AGaryer
't 4
v.u1.,-
?"^MEDOWIILSITOTA.
All kinds of tin and
madS and repaired.:
1
tronarticlea
'XV-1% "-IT
V- ,J£A"}
—CR
vto*
INSURANCE!
INSURANCE!
Policies issued' at i'egutai
Eastern Rates
wm
I
H3t 5B|mSsujb:
Pliilll
'z Wind Storms and Haiti I
ms
A*T.rioUMfcA0eutJg
hmp
WE sell from $1.25 to $3.50 and
sizes in lengths to. FL A man no eastern
FIHIRTS thai' ARE hardly large enough to
flt a lioy.
:i SEE OUB UKDEBWEAB
in ail" grades of goiMls colors, weights
and quality, from $1 to $4 a suit and
French Coshthere shirts and drawers at
$4i $5 arid $6 a suit.
-Sole Ageate
—HANAN
N N
AND
SEW'—
I
FINE BOOTS.
NO TNOCBLE"TO SlIOW OUR GCHJDS
I*
in
-es^r
8pe-
i'oialty.
-R
kH
MAIN STREET, AN1)AN, DAK.
1
4 FU
IR
44
J"
\V%
mm
Mkv&jSf'fai&gg
4c. "v-
*f$
::t
4
1
*4fil
i(Vf
-—SoleAgents for—
Btmre' flBLZ' and BXKAM1!!'
4I
TO PSOVS OUB CLAIMS,
HES OUB MEN'S sens AT
45.|6, (7, (8. Nothing like it can lie
bquglit
BY an competitors, because they
ha\e to btiy their
gooda aud
An entire line of Men's and Boy's Fur
nishlug
gooils,
comprising
UNDZBWEABIN
Stetson hnts
conviiiee
we
in
you
can give"' you mbre' for a dollar
than any house west of Chicago.
US'" Cotton, Merino, Lisle thread, Silk
wove and British seamless socks.
Gloves and Mitts, German socks, Wool
boots. Overalls, Chapps, Blankets- and
Comforters. ".
J. S. Collin's Cheyeuue Saddles, liobes,
Harness, Spurs, Bridles, Tarpnulius,
Slickers and in' fact, a Complete line in
those goods.
Rubber
tot"'"'
Goods of
ARCH. BOYD, PROP.
NEW HOTEL! NEW PROPRIETOR!
NEW FURNITURE I NEW ROOMS I
The Northern Pacific is brand-new throughout and the
'rt.f.very best accommodations are furnished. A trial
Is sure to please. In connection with
the hotel is a bar, provided with the
Very best quality of wineSi liquors and cigars.
Give us a call and we guarantee perfect satisfaction.
FIRE, LIGHTNING, TORNADO, KAtL
A
'Mr*
\5*"
1
-O-
,V|^i' 'PuuL-up Capital,
-v Wj-W-WALKIB,President,'
1
OF FARGO,DAKOTA.1,
p: iT'S.. Callins & t&P
ha? firanoh of the Cheyeiine Saddlery Sot^e, are now opeq (m^teady for bu^pi.1
in^as, with a full and complete Hue of Saddles, Chapare]os, Reatas,
,' ii ^Tenta, Tarpaullaaj W^on Coven, Sliektrs, Quirts, &c, &c,
ia{ Frlee- lists furnished oil appilcatidiu, [Qur goods
«sm
MEDORA, DAKOTA,
NEVERNARFING.
80I© Ai^iteiM
LADIES' BOOTS AND SHOES! imS STETSON JWTS
WHAT WE KEEP.
feB1"ANEKTIBE
PAY A PBOF-
line of Men's, Youth's
Boy's and Children's Clothing,
Overcoats, Pants and Specialties in all
its DETAILS
1
Look at our Children's,
Suits,
Ovorcoats„ANJ
$10. We are %E only
extensive
llbe
Salts,
tliem.-
200
PATTERNS
T!!
Caps in Silk, Plash, Muskrat or Seal
skin.
Trunks and Values every size and
description.'
Ladies', Misses', and Children's Boots
and Shoes. ••F.'-,. •.
Fur coats in dog, coon,: seal, wolf,
iniuk and buffalo.
all styles white or
black, brown or blue.
SILK, LINEN
AND
',, COTTONHANPKEBCHIEES.
WHITE
TO $li6p. Our Men's Flan­
AND
FANCT FLANNELS
AND
COWMEN'SOVKBSIUETS.
T$T Now,
WOOLEN SCARFS,
COLLARS & CUFFS.
NO TOOCBIIBTO SH6w OUR 'GOOD3TF
Very Respectfully, -. fJP
T. W. GORDON,
BOSTON GLOtHING, BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE.
FACTOEY, 631 Broadway, New York. -BRANCH STORES: Dayton, 0., Bismarck, Mnnflan, Dakota Glendive,
Miles City and Billings, Montana.
NORTHERN PACIFIC HOTEL!!
we have
we
,x
A* D. Coixoui»..Viee Preaide&ttv
FBT, Treaafltet}
A. T. PAOKA&b,' Agent, Jledow, DakoU^^(|
'V. ..'V-V
0000 AGENTS WANTED
{ean
"liund jit 11- the ieaditig store^ thfougliout tlir
Cattle Country.
I&188 City,' Montaiial^^
be
pg$*p
|£~L
IOBER 29, 1885,
given:.yon an out­
line of who and what
we
can do.
are and what
We
be
guarantee our goods to
the best in their respective: lines, and
inakng our goods,
we
surely can sell
them cheaper tUan
every description.,
SUSPENDERS^
NECKWEAR,
SILK MUFFLERS,
a
man can do who
goes East and brings them out frQm
some jobbiug house but
suuply
•—COLLUFS & CO'S.— I
SADDLES
&
HARNESS.
NO" TROUBLITTO
8BW OUR (KTOBS-!!!
Manager,
FQBU MILLEB, Pres. tiao. KCKHAKUT, Treaa.
JOHN
Sec.
R$V-
MILWAUKEE^
(COMPANY,
W S
PROPRFFIJO]
OF THE
HAVE BBADIT ^$1 DELIVERY
KEG & BOTTLED
BEF R!
Addreae all Orders to
MILWAUKEE BRBWING CO.,
'•^•Bismarck,I
Col. LOUNSBERRV^^EINK interviewed
that Cleveland
We make
of Boys'
uiei
know we have an ENTIRE line of every
thing pertaining'to small we^.r-anil res
pect the trade enyugh to accommodate
the public. We Jlaim to be the LEAD
ING HOUSE and keep a full ..line of ever
ything.
ES* Now we are notitenderfeet and do
not care to sell goods at or below cost.
People will buy
If
Lnunsbprry did not have a very high
opinion of our President'S veracity.
A man named James Gray, living 'four
miles north of Glsnullen, was last
attacked
bj
it is
|6T.ATMS,
y's and Youth's:
from $1 to
lite carrying an
IO PBOVE O
way.to (USCMINFR
a no
CI!*.!
ell, ?liere'is no
inonoy in boys' goods
fortune in them, W we want PEOPLE
prices are low. WE
care not what our competitors may dp or
say against ns. We surely shall not say
aught against anyone, bat WE are bound
to sell our goods, and if low" prices for
good, honest goods has any effect-
WE WILL DO THE BUSINESS.
assessor, county attorney, three com
missioners, treasurer and register of
deeds. All
county business can be tran
sacted by this number of officers as well
as by a greater nnmber.
call, see
and be convinced. I 1
Besides officers, the running expenses
of the County ate included in buildings,
school and A few other expenses which
are trifling. The whole will amount to
abont $1,200
a year.
The
Sole Agonts fpr
sliersffs
cost this year about $2,000. This proba
bly includes fire times the mileage and
fees tliat a sheriff here will have, as Mr.
Sebastian lias made numerous trips into
counties attached to Stark Co. which onr
Sheriff will .not need t) do. $600 should
be abhndant for this office. A justice of
tlie peace will not cost over.
$100 a year,
the assessor $100, lite connty attorney
$150 three commissioners each, $150.
$150 register
of deeds,
$150. The treas
urer gets a certain per cent, for hand,
ling the county money, but nothing as a
salary. His per cent, will probably
amount TO about $300. This makes a
total for salaries of about $1,850 per
year. To be on tlie safe side, call it
$2,500, add tho $1,500 for sundries and
we have as an outside, $4,000 for the
ordinary running expenses of tlie coun
TY-
And now, what resources have we to
meet these expenses? In the first place,
there is the railroad tax. With a mile
age of twenty-four miles, it was estima
ted by County Attorney Long of Mandan,
that we would receive $3,400. Since
then our limits have been stretched
Dak.
The ADAMS & WESTLAKE
43, INTEROHANQEABLE
OIL, GAS aild GAS0L1HS
STOYES!
i.ti 1 --.r,
THI MOSTOOMPUTE,OOKV*NI»HT««FOEXEMICAL
STOVES IN THE MARKET.
I, MANUFAQTURED BY
Site Altai: & Vfobtidce: tCVg. Oo.
OMIOAW.
S
'-NEW IIROBK^II BOSTON
I
Wf&!>?
ia
St. Paul, says ^6T'"of course"
Gov.Pierce
will be.removM. In
tlitf
face
of
the fact
lias
said that there will
BE'no removal it: looks
as
week
a
cSti))le
of Indians, probably
from the fort Stevenson ageney and
nearly killed. He struggled desperately
for his life in a hand to hand conflict
with both of them and finally drove them
off and
INUans.4is
whites.
to
County Organization.
Again lias this become a subject
over $500,000.
Billings county on a liberal scale.
-We have before spoken
of
organization
as
an
economical plan for
the connty and it would be well to again
bring it forward in that lijsht.
First as to the officers.
This makes total of $6,200 to pay the
ordinary running expenses and not a
cent raised by taxation.
The first year tlierewill be extra ex
tra expenses, such as books, safes etc.
but scarcely enough to make up the dif
ference between the running expenses
and the $6,2001
Suppose now, we add 'the $6,000 which
must certainly be paid to Stark county'
unleiss we organize soon and which of
itself would be enough to pay the run
ning xpenses of the county. It will be
raised on an assessment of $500,000,
Which with our increased boundaries
and former undervaluation could easily
be raised to $750,000 or more.. This will
almost all be a surplus and will erect
good connty buildings, grade roads
build bridges and then leave A handsome
8im in
the treasury
S^OCKNOTE^J^
^OR
though Col.
Six (FT?Ws, twelve two-year-old steers
ninety, two and T]iree-year-old heifers,
nine' PEARLING
luifets
5
thought killed one. Tbere
should be no delay in finding out who
these Indians ARE and. bringing them
to
jdstice. A CASE of this kind allowed to
P&&
tanpunished, mayww
the
meil as -PoOr:to medium steers .....$3.J0 @3^
Inferior to nlediunreows. $1.00 gy 2.06
Pod) to choice buiis... i. 2L50
Stockers, 550 to 8rt0 1bs-,.i. $B^)0 3.15
Feeders, 875 to 1,150 lbs-,. [email protected] 3.75
Grass^fed Tezans.-...: $2.40 3.15
Slop-fed cattle... |6I0 535
of
paramount interest from the fact that
the rate of taxation on tiie recent assess
ment of Billings connty by Stark is now
known and is either twelve or thirteen
mills on the dollar. This is the rate on
an assessed valuation in Billings county
of
Ittakesbut
KoHhern Wiittored
little fig­
uring to show that, should tlie amount
of
this assessment be paid TO Stark coun
ty, it will be over $6,000, enough in itself
almost to run a county organization
Northern raii)Se cattie .$2.75 4^0
Mitch cows, W heai.-f .$25.00 80M
Stock ealred..... .$6.00 15X30
J. A. VanEeglien has been west look-'
ing up desirable horses with which
he
Will
stock his
in
Gafner
spring.
connty
The worst black E^RE the
Tlierewill
needed A sheriff, justice
beef
office will cost more than
any other but ought not to go over $600
or $800 a year. Sheriff Sebastian of
Stark county,
says
that his office will
cattle dropped [email protected] and
most graces of western cattie, [email protected]
The highest priee received for Montana
rangers during the week, was $4.15 and
some scalawag
cows
ifor tlie
river
sold at $1.00. Tex­
as cattle about held their own. The re
ceipts in Chicago last weftk were '45,500
as against 48,000 the week before. For
eign markets were weak and lower and
exporters did but little business, the
prices were a little Steadier at the close
of the week-.
A case will tome
tiff
in
it3 coaH3.
Dickinsbn to­
morrow, that will be extremely interest
ing
as involving
A test
casfe
which
-r
feasas
"^•w-'filsfe
PRICE
was
and two bulls
The stock is all iu good condition and is
frorti Minnesota and Iowa Horses and
outfit witli cattle, if desired. Stock
delivered here-. Address, ..
A.
X. PACKARD,
FL Medora,
WM-'
seeds
of
many murders. Instant and condign
punishment for misdeed* IN the proper
Dakota.'
The following KRE THS latest cattle
qudtations in IHKCBIEAGIT tnarket:'
Extra prime bSeVeeV .$545 5.60
Choice to foney shipping,'. .'.$4.% 5.40
Good to
choice shipping ...$3.95 4.S0
Conluion
I 1
to good shipping^.$3^0 4.10
it
interest of
to liave decided,
The round-up came in to MedOra Sat
urday and
ended the work by rounding-up
Andrew's mek
so
that we have thirty-six miles of rail-road
with a consequent tax of over $5,000.
In addition
to
the rail-road tax, we
have the liquor license, which is now'
$1,200. This amount, Morton connty
now receives, but of course it will stay
in Billings county after organization.
on
that anyone shirked his dhty. On the
other hand, as all concur that every man
worked hard, we are brought to the facts
in the case: there WERE not enough men
on the ronnd-up. The complaint of a
year ago last spring, that the riders Were
not well enough mounted has almost
disappeared. The complaint of too few
men is as serious as that of too few
too poor horses and
as
In view of the above facts, the matter
of organization is being seriously consid
ered by the stockmen,
as
it cannot bat
result in good to all.
No definite action has-as yet been tak
en in respect to county officers, but the
names most prominently mentioned are
J. L. Truscott, Joe. A. Ferris and Mr.
Rowe of Rowe, Parker & Easton for com
missioners, Fred Willard for sheriff, WI&
VanDriesche for
treausurer and "Judge"
Gordon
for Justice of the peace. The
choice for commissioners would of Course
have been different but that onr county
has been enlarged by the changing of
the territorial'lines and it ia thought
beet to give Beaver ereek a representa
tion. Of course all the
namee
mentioned
are subject to approval and we merely
Voice thecommon
sentimentin mention-!
iugthem
They are all good men how­
ever in whose bands no one will fear to
entrust the welfare
of the
county and
are every man of them above any suspic
ion of dishonesty
quickly ROTLNDMP work is no "soft
snap" and twenty-flv« men Cannot do
forty men's work any more than tiie best
kind of a cow-boy, with a string .of ftrar
or five poor horses can
dooiieinah'B
work This is a matter
that. should
association. The round-up lasted twen
ty^even days and Worked the Little Mis
souri and tributaries from below the
mouth of Big Beaver on the north to the
mouth of Little Beaver on the south and
also the Big Beaver and its tributaries*
Bill Nye's Cow Experience
When I wsa yoring and used to foam
around over the country gathering
water melbiiB ill the dark of the moon, I
used to think I could milk anybody's oow
but I do not think so now, I do not milk
ft cow now unlees the sign is right, and
it hasn't been right for a good many
years.
The last cow I tried to milk was a
bommon.eow, born in obscurity, a kind
of a fcelf-diade cow. I remember her
brow was low, but Bhe wore -her tail
high, and she was haughty oh so
haughty!..
Imade a fcomtdon^laee reihark to bar*
We that is used in the very best of socie
ty, one that need not have given offentie
anywhere I said *W* and eWsoedt"
T- r1 i\.|
J? '«vV.'^
i,J
$sr*oo
Ithrongh the window of tlie barn and foU A,
witli a dull, sicken! thud on the out
side
Hiemeighbors came
that eaused' tbenoifce They ftnnd
that I
had
done itia-geti *U2 through the.
windows
have sonie companies of soldiers TFATION-IP^
ed through the Suli inbuntalns AND«'-|«
adjoining cdnntry to intercept them
I don't think it would do any gbod IF'"T
there were half a dozen regiments there."'
Tlie Piegans
laibw
is
ev^ry
stockman on the
"S
1 asked tlie neighbors if the barn was -i*i?
still standings. iThey saidjt was Thcil
I asked.- if the eoW was injured much /-ic
They^ald sheseemed tobe quite .robust. /V
Then Irequested'tiiem $o go in and calm
the cow a little, and see if th^^cbnld
get my ping hat oft il^r hohifi.'
I am buying my milk tfow ot a milk*
man. I aeleWteLa ^entla miikmrtn ^rho^
will not kick, and I feel aa though
could teast him. ,Then if he teeia 6s
though he eonld tenst me, It isaU-righti--
t.j
theslickefit
TESANS^$2^0 336
used to
tiattlo
has had this season, was received last
week in Chicago. Native shipping and
dressed
lie
of
the peace,
the country
back
none but will regret to see the case as
sume such prominence. It seems that
during'the progress of the round-up,
an
animal was found that besides a blotched
brand, iiad also one of the brands of the
Bad Lands Cattle CO. This brand was
vinted
bv
the round-up and the animal
sold as a maverick. For this reason
suit
has been brought for grand larceny. The
case lias an unfortunate side,as no one
can believe that there
was any
intention
of stealing on the part of any members
whiie no one can blame Mr. Wadsworth
for wanting to clear himself of the sus
picion of hating branded some other
man's animal. It would probably have
been better to have settled the matter by
arbitration) but the law must now take
«®1
SmWS^€iWm§fmmM
s? b'&'U.
5,.V-
,*•» ,7
-a
?t .'
r&i
YEAA
Jtf.yf
4^ *?v
it. She put too much expression in It -y
?ust then he^rd something crash
to see
jyhat
it
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The following is "liver Eating*' Jobft^
parties:
"The Piegans are acknowledged
to
be
horse tlileVeaand the-beBfr
raiders of any 'injans' in the west" said
Mr. Johnson, "and for years til
theothef.
tribes have so considered theln. THD
Crows have suffered so
tntaeh
at
Piegaiis
their
hands that they are afraid to follow,them:
farther than the Yellowstone trnleas
backed by
white
men to help
them fight
The
know every trail arid every.:
watering plaee between the Platte AND
Fort
jdmiuDtdtoii
IN old times they
go
creek range next
longer distances ON- theif
horee stealing raids than tliey do
now.
I remember that, twenty-one years AGO
Little Dog then tne chief of
Uhe
tribe
add his squaw, were gone' three years
market
a horue stealing trip.
tiie RioGraiide and
on
They went beyond
bam'ebaek
horses I hear the
with 490|
ft:
cattleiiiSn
^RANT TOL»
so
passed
Sunday. Taking
everything into consideration, thS work
was done as thoroughly as possible. The
principal cause of complaint is that cat
tle were missed and that there wiil be an
undue amount of mavericks in the
spring How true these reports are, only
time will tell. Tftere is no one who
well
they can out-flank any number of 'BOLD-K^S®
iers and get past them."
"Now my plan," he said "Isto STATION-W?^ ..
through
tlife
country the Piegans always®
cross, a number of men who are
tmghly posted on the country, to GIVEJ^
timely notice bf the
S7-
inovements
of THE%''/^
Piegan war parties. Theii folio# THEMIF,
up,, from the word go. Every tiiie I
band is captured make good Indians OT}'
all
bht
one eut his hair off and send LIIMG^JL I
to
teU his tribe of the fate of HIS^'^JI
although there are comrades. Do this to two or three WAI^4
parties, and the Piegans wiU take THD^R^
hint and leave this part of the COUNTRY .?'
alone. Some people want TLIAAIENTOEDI^-^
to the Indian Territory. The only differ
ence there would be they would steal
down there, and they know the trails SOK
well, they would soon find their WAYJJ,^
back. The only way to make a PiegaiV
quit liorse stealing is to kill him. That's
MY plan "—[Billings Gazette*
Seeking Quarters
A correspondent writes from Fort
Keogh M.T1 __
When the galiant Fifth infantry
first
came to this part of tlie country in 1876
they
-5"
3
their first winter
in
mistook anotheir officer's
Or
sltoiild
be remedied
huts
built of rough logs. The weather was
terrible for people who had spent several
years in the vicinity of Fort Leaven
worth, and sometimes, to drive away the
cold, kill time or some other equally good
reason, some of them would interview
John Barleycorn
Upon one occasion dne of the old bach
elor officers of the regiment, whom I will
call Brown, and who is now in the ser
vice, was "wending his way homeward
late at night after indulging a little too
freely in fire water and owing
tb
says
the
similarity in: appearance
of the huts
hut
for his own
Not being able to open the door, he cam
meiited hammering upon it and waken-*
edits occupant} who got up and went
to
the door, when the following dialogue,
was indulged in:
"WHAT DO YOU WANT?"
"I WANT TO GET INTO MY HOUSE
"THIS IS NOT JOUR HOUSE."
"WHOSE HOUSE
IS
be
attended to at the next meeting
of
the
IT?' III
"SMITH'S". SI
"OH! WELL,GOODNIGHT,SMLTH.FLJ
"GOODNIGHT." "TWSF
After Smith had got comfortably' set*
tied in bed and had smoothed down TH^
goose flush a llttle, he heard a knock
at
his back door. Disgnsted, he arose
again, andrather gruffly asked:
"Whoistherer
4
"Brown."
"Well what DORYON!WTTI,HO'IF^''^,Y"
"I want to come in
fK-WSt
WW
"Now look her*, Brown !told you Uila
Was not your house and I wish yott
would go home and not bother me any
morel"
"Whose is it?V
"Why,Smith's."• "...
K)h,fc0bd night*
Smith had hardl? ^ig eyef
before he heard another knook at hia
front door. Very angry by this time, he
got u{i and tabu
"What do yon want out there?^
"Want to get in."
"Well, you eaat 6o ybnr
6wii quarters and go to bedi"
"Ain't these my quarters?*
"No, they are not
"Whose qukrtersaTe tljey?^
"Smlth'er roared tiie nowfiiarongh]|r
irate Officer.
"Well tolth," said the eomplrt^
l*ldT He«ld«ea aan,"de you live mU .IOB*
MP Bat 1 ttuMght She tatter Overdid here^-^-fBarper^ lhataly.
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