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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 23 October 1893

THE. YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 37. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 83 . . PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS bh. hut SLit 61,. Awiy TO READERS OP THIS PAPER. T.e b. t a eek, by the Meet Popelar ArIhors, Mt sos-t rl oI atOer Value. OUR OREAT BOOK OFFERS. BOOK COUPON No. 1. S *orY JTems lai TWO of the.e Seepea. peeast.d at the .Ser of this per wilS etitle the holder to one benk tem thei lit given below. alsh bhee is well beoad m paper scver, and eestaios Oemb r Ss to See pege . age lae pele OS oeate. IP OBB3r3s BY MAIL emaelei with Coepoas ad Right Cents, your same and address sad put the name ot the paper and town nad state In the blank below sad mail direct to the Pub aLhelrs, TES AZ1RIICAN PREMIEU O0., 615 Vanderbilt Bauilding New Terk, with whom we have arranged to Iall oear mail orders promptly, pre aome of Paper.......................... ................ . ............... The' Frontiersman. By Oustare Almard. !t the Worhld's Merc . Bsy Firorew. Varden. tl ATsle :c Car...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 23 October 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL ILm A CITr. NmoUrAA. v.ery . .eIag seep.t Suandy. Terms of SuB. ription. T MAIL, WI ADVTANCL POOTAGE PAID. e. year ... .................. . io motrs........ 6.00 Eon. one mouth .................. 1.00 m earier, every evening, at E cents per week. wEaLI UDITION, YELLOW PAPER. o ........................... . .... .. L Monday, October 23, 18.¶ RzEFERRIxI to the communication of Mr. C. R. Middleton which appeared in Saturday's issue of the DAILY JoURNAL, and which, owing to the absence of the editor was not editorially commented on in that issue-the tenor and drift of the communication being to intimate that this paper had done Mr. Batchelor an injustice by its report of the proceed. lngs had before the U. 8. commissioner ea Friday-we wish to say that it was not our intention or desire to do Mr. Batchelor an injustice by the publica tion, that we deplored the necessity that was forced upon the newtrs-paper of hav ing to make the publication, and that in the performance...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 23 October 1893

J. B. COLUNS, Re.al state --Shaanc Clolleoo.ion Ulive Stook Commission. Ofice:-Stockgrowers Bank Block Room No. 2, Correspondence solicited Has the following property listed: A comfortable four room dwelling with summer kitchen attached, lot .3x150; price, $450. A nest four room dwelling, stable in rear, desirable location, 50 feet front; price 1,100. A commodius six room dwelling, ex cellent cellar, artesian well on premises, stable and hen house, small fruits and vegetable garden attached, a prime bar gain; price. $1,000. A neat one and one-half story dwell ing house of four rooms, southern ex posure; price $40O. A fine two story dwelling house, six rooms, southern and western exposure, with large commodius stable in rear, fifty feet front, centrally located; price An attractive Pleasant street dwelling one and one-half stories, fifty feet of ground, southern exposure; price 9000. A large two story frame dwelling house, northern and western exposure, brick stables in rear, fifty f...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 23 October 1893

I1ghestof all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. BaRing R.Y. Powder -`ltOMM -UR Fr eCHR AND THE OUL.. Whs thou tarma'm away trem 3. ee s thie s.de ot thy Mill. Sthen tern. toardm smood Is waflkas in thy wood When thy heart erye "laher. psadear Thm the Lord is in thy garden. When stern duty waken to watch. Thea his hand is on the latch. wen Hop thy doth nes. TaWh Me Lrs In the hou When to love Is all thy wit, Chrft doth at thy table sit. When God's will s thy eart's pole. Then is Christ thy very anl. -George Macdonald in London Spectator. CASTING OUT DEVILS TESTIMONY THAT EXORCISM HAS REASONS FOR EXISTENCE. igUs Throegh Which One Who I. Poe ameged Is Recog.izedL-The Cosearatlon sad Other Strange Formula. Empleyed by the Good Monks. The possessed woman of Gif is cured sow not by the doctors, who were un able to do anything for I or, but by the theological science o: ti e cure of the h and the firmness ,f MIgr. Goux, of Versailles. w, :coh shows that eorcism has its reacr a...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 24 October 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 38. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUM8, uess ts bat Away TO READERS OF THIS PAPER. ie met oeksb, by the Moat Popular Aithers, at eme-tird OUR GoRAT BOOK OFFERS. BOOK COUPON No. 1. -nsa 3aTs and TWO of these esupeas preesated at the ae. th aper wll etitl mthe holder to one beek tanm the es given below. l aeh .eek is weu boaud lm paper cavers aad esoteins fernm s to 80ee paose. aess o peree S5 eent.. SO1RDBIED BT MAIL emelese, ilth Cepeons ad Eight Ceats, year name end address sad put the same of thle paper and town and state in the blank below snd malldireet to the Pub. Ushers, THE AMERICAN PRlEMIU3 oo., 611 Vanderbilt Bullding. Now Terk, with whom we have arranged to aI al oear mail orders promptly, pre pald. leanme of Paper ............................ •..................... ........................ Tows ............s.t... tate ......... e Frontiersman. By uiostave Almard. t the \ rd'·. Mer f. an y lr l...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 24 October 1893

E[E DAILY JOURNAL M3ss rrR, IONITAXA. rea.y .eieas Lseept saumdy. Terms of Subscription. SmaI., 1 AIDV.CI, POsTAGS PAID. .on, eix rMsa..........8........0ý sixinthsa .... 6.00 coae mouth .................. 1.00 TO crrr sUasC5rass. m0.sier, everry evening, at 25 cents per week. gY EDITION, TaLLOW PAPIR. Tuesday, October 24. 1893. ORP nANS IN AUSTRIA' THE STIGMA OF PAUPERISM NEVER CROWNS ITS HELPLESS TOTS. Is IstheOals Cemntry I the Werld Where Iheadlllng Aie Debarred From the We1be.e--Thelr Care Intrusted to the Welmed and Wealthy. There is only one country in the world where orphan children and foundlings mw debarred from admission to the work hmse. It is in Austria, which maintains that to place the stigma of pauperism upon the poor little things is to handi aesp them later on in the race for life and bread, and thus to lessen their chance of ever becoming self supporting and self respecting citizens. That their reason l.g is just is shown by the results. Whereas in Paris, London a...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 24 October 1893

J. L CoJLI.1 Real fm tat. C olleo tC~o2M Uve Slock Cammissii. Office:-Stockgrowers Bank Block Room No. 2, Correspondence solicited Has the following property listed: A comfortable four room dwelling with summer kitchen attached, lot 35x10; price, $60. A neat four room dwelling, stable in ear, desirable location, 50 rset front; price $1,100. A comsedius six room dwelling, ex cellent cellar, artesian well on premis stabl end hen house, small fruits and vgtsble garden attached, a prime bar A nest one and one-half story dwell ing house of four rooms, southern ex posure; price 6400. A fine two story dwelling house, six rooms, southern and western exposure, with large commodinus stable in rear, t1~.et front, centrally located; price An attractive Pleasant street dwelling one and one-half stories fifty feet of ground, southern exposule; price 89000. A large two story frame dwelling house, northern and western exposure, brick stables in rear, fifty front feet. easy walking distance from Mai...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 24 October 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report." oaMI Bainga R .. Powder PULLED OUT HAIR Y HAIR... A ias.. Ma. s setry or Sadis d on.u. * ssadessad by or ee . living near this town is a woman whose prefectly bald head tells acurious story ot jealousy and Indian cruelty. In 8 18')Ywald Thurwald, a Swedish farm r, had a home in the territory close to the Texse border, and his family con lated of his wife, two daughters and a oan. The Indians seemed friendly, pass. lag over the Thurwalds even when saly lag the other settlers about and tre quenting their place to sell their wares and to purchase such goods as Thur weld brought out from the states for barter. He was rapidly growing rich and had made his preparations to move to Dallas, where he intended to extend his business, when the tragedy occurred that destroyed his home and scattered his family. It seems that the chief of the Tonkawa Indians, who visited that part of the country from the south on raiding ex peditions, ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 25 October 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XlI. NO. 39. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, x893. PRICE FIVE CENTr PREMIUMS ihes h0is Aimost Gim Away TO READERS OF THIS PAPER. The Beet BSks, b the Miet Popular Authlrt eme-thr df thr_ Value. OUR GREAT BOOK OPPERS. BOOK COO. No. i. Oart rrmite mie tiwo ofr th*o* Ooupeas presmeate at the .60* .t osih IMBer will teto tSh behlder to moo eook tbee tM list gem below. 3eei book it well beome a papor eve.r, mid aeaotes biman 288 to 80s pagss. 3g - LgW pieo aeent&. 1i ODEU3 .D BT MAIL emetlme. wtth Coop.as and light Cents, year name a" addres a am put the ameo of thti paper and town and state in the blnak below and maldlireet to the Pub. Ushers. TH1 AMERICAN PREMIV'M CO., 81i Vanderbllt Building. New York, with whom we have arragoed to a ll aour matil orders promptly. pro paid. iNamo o Paper.......................... Tewn. ........ ........ State............. The Frontiersman. By iulstav'e Almard. tthe V.,ri'd'o Migrr. By Florence Warden. o ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 25 October 1893

YIE DAILY JOURN&AL 31L CI??, MONTANA. a--" *3isiug 3ssze muaiay. Terma of 8Subscription. 3 SAIL, IN ADVANC3, POSTAG3 PAID. oe pe er..................$10.09 i mts.. ...... 6.09 mi z Os th .................. 1.00 TO Cmt aoru.cuzau. SIferie, every evening, at LS Bent. per week. WMIbL: rrIOu. TULLOW PAP3R. ear ~ro......,......................... .:..30 2.00 iuu.... ................ ............ 1.00 Wedneeday, October 25, 1898 COULDN'T POOL THE ROOSTER. The Iram.r Tried to Stop His Crewig but It Dda'*s work. When Charlie Trifles wenit out into the country for his health, he put up at Farmer Ellery Cranberrymarsh's place. Parmer Ellery was something of a pool try fancier and had one of those btg, melodious, gamy cockerels of Buff Co. chin extraction, with a voice that was a crose between the blowing of a geyser ad the sound of a three tined whistle on a boiler factory. About 8 o'clock every morning the rooster would arise on his perch, and standing on his tiptoes make all the hens si...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 25 October 1893

J. 8. COLIIMS. 3Cea&l ]m1state C olleotio'cn Ui Stock Commisslo. Office:-Stockgrowere Bank Block Room No. 2, Correspondence solicited Has the following property listed: A comfortable four room dwelling with summer kitchen attached, lot .?xii0; price, $450. A neat four room dwelling, stable In rers, desirable location, 50 feet front; price $1,100. A commodius six room dwelling, ex cellent cellar, artesian well on premises, stable and hen house, small fruits and vegetable garden attached, a prime bar A neat one and one-half story dwell ing house of four rooms, southern ex posure; price $400. A fine two story dwelling house, six rooms, southern and western exposure, with large commodius stable in rear, ityf feet front, centrally located; price An attractive Pleasant street dwelling one and one-half stories, fifty feet of ground, southern exposure; price $900. A large two story frame dwelling house, northern and western exposure, brick stables in rear, fifty front feet, easy walking...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 25 October 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.--Latest U. S. Gov't Report. 1Wo Pow der AB.USOHIELY PURE STORY TELLING OWLS MIR-ftfUNNY -VARNS -MADE- "a ADIRONDACK8 RING WITH MIRTH. W. d e.at us"d Weese s Leaghetr PTe. wease. Tst th* ase Mapittlm icea.se S3neea e Thein a.d.a Audit..s., i 3e. as tLees Rowled with Dseight. "What amused our party most up In Ie Adirondacks," said a Scranton man, "was an entertainment given to us by a lock of story telling owls. Our camp was away back in the wilderness of Eerkimer county, and we had hardly turned in for the night when a fock of owls alighted on a tree over us and be gan to tell stories and laugh. Every owl listened in silence to the one that was talking, and when the tale was fin ished the whole flock laughed as though they were tickled half to death. "They reminded uns of a lot of drum mer in a smoking car, and they had such jolly fun it becai o contagious. We all rolled and laugh, d over the fun the big eyed birds were having up in the tree, and be...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 26 October 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 4o. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, z893. PRICE PIVE CENTS PREMIUMS ctles h Aust Uu Away TO READERS OP THIS PAPER. he Bet Deoks, by the Meet Popler MiAors, at e-tmethd or their Val. OUR GREAT BOOK OFFERS. Ilo0 COUPON No. 1. Omeaw n. amd TWO or tIhs ompem prema am athe oeae a.t this paper will eattte tShe holder to one beekem thB e ats gte below. Seek hbek as wel hound Im paper over, sad teeaio rosm ss8 to see pames. kie* W OSIDllED BT MAIL emelese, with Coapons and Eight Cents, year ameo and address and put the name of thli paper and town and state lan the blank below and mal direct tothe Pub Uishere, THE AMERICAN PBREICM CO., 515 Vanderbilt Building, New Teork, with whom we have arranged to fill all our mail orders promptly, pre paid. Mame of Paper....................... Tow..................tate .......... The Frontiersman. By .tiutave Almard. t the Wirli's .ercy. ly Floren: Warden. ho Yellow M':-o. By ,ik.e ('oli;i,. t: ATalc .n...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 26 October 1893

?HE DAILY JOURNAL MILTm Crw, MONTANA. Every Evening zExept Sanday. Tm.rs. tf Subseription. I3 MAL, IN ADVACUs, POSITAe PAw. tine, one month.................. l4 TO ClTr sLscIsEsas. eardsr, every evening, at S2 cents per week. WELT UDITION, IRLWW PAPEL. Es- -W- -- - Thursday, October 26. 1893. FLATErAD county appears to be start. lag in badly. Organized less than a year ago, the judge of the district in which it is located finds it to be his duty to call the attention of the grand jury to a series of illegal and criminal acts per petrated by the officers of the county, the whole roster from the county commie sioners down to jailer except the county attorney. apparently being included-ace earding to Judge Du Bone's charge the commissioners while in session make trips to their distant homes and back again charging mileage each way they also organize a hunting trip and put in a bill covering the time, as road viewers. The sheriff entertains favored prisoners royally: permits them the fr...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 26 October 1893

J. B. COL WS, Cs.ea. lofmtartte ClollootiozarM= ise Stock Commissieo. Ofice:-stockgrowers Bank Block Room No. 2, Correspondence solicited Has the following property listed: A comfortable four room dwelling with summer kitchen attached, lot 3x1i0; price, $450. A neat four room dwelling, stable in rear, desirable location, 50 feet front; prse $1,10(0. A commodius six room dwelling, ex cellent cellar, artesian well on premises, stable and hen house, small fruits and vegetable garden attached, a prime bar gai; price. $1,000. A neat one and one-half story dwell ing house of four rooms, southern ex posure; price $400. A fne two story dwelling house, six rooms, southern and western exposure, with large commodius stable in rear, fifty feet front, centrally located; price 01,200. An attractive Pleasant street dwelling one and one-half stories, fifty feet of ground, southern exposure; price 800. A large two story frame dwelling house, northern and western exposure, brick stables in rear, fift...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 26 October 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Povcer.-Latst U. 5. Gov't Rcrert. Pow-EL der THE INTERSTELLAR ETHER. ewres wavews Whiesl Abet the ap . ma Our eye does not act by detectingheat; In other words, it is not affected by the whole range of ethereal quiverings, but ealy by a very minute and apparently astgnificant portion. It wholly ignores the ether waves whose frequency is coe parable with that of sound, and for 80 or 40 octaves above this nothing about us responds; but high up in a range of vi bration of the inconceivably high pitch of four to seven hundred million per second-a range which extremely few accessible bodies are able to emit, and which it requires some knowledge and skill artificially to produce-to those waves the eye is acutely, surpassingly and most intelligently sensitive. This little fragment of total radiation is in itself trival and negligible. Were it not for men and glowworms and a few other forms of life, hardly any of it would ever occur on such a moderate sized lump ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 27 October 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 4o . MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, z893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS "ls ht Ablert 6" Away TO READERS OF THIS PAPER. The a Bers, by the Most Poperi Atheors, t eam third of their Valu. OUR oGREAT BOOK OFPERS. BOOK COUPON No. I. imoer emiX amd two o thes.e sepam pesetod at the U .0e of this papIr wll entltite the holder to ose beeos hem the ist given below. oelk baook t well bomd In poaper ever, ada esias.no em 11 so a m pages. Begs. IM pr.les 3 seats. Ir OInDB BD I t MAIL. emeesoe, with Cpeas sad Night Cents, your name and address and put the name of this paper asd town and state In the blank below and mail direct to the Pub. ushers, THE AMERICAN PBRMIUX CO., o1s Vanderbilt Building, New York, with whom we have arranged to oan .al our mail orders promptly, pro. Name of Paper........................... Tws................ta.......... The Frontiersman. By Gn-tare Almard. --t the \Vrlid' Merry. By Florelr Warden. The Yellow 31 -:. Iyv Vi...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 27 October 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL IxLm C.R,. I "NTANA. way art vmba usapt srummy. Termas of Babscription. I MAIL, IN ADTACL, POSTAGE PAID. LiUao , s s ro " ..................... 1008 tdimo i asmtMh ................. eau i. one month .................. 1.l0 To crT su.aratass. arrir, ever. evening, t 2I cents per week. WRILY KDITION, IELLOW PAPER. rids , ... .............. ........... 1.0 Friday, October 2.7, 188. ParING nMLON? VINXES. It is a well known fact among experi eneed fruit growers that melon vines a. inclined to put out more branches an, sat more small melons than they cat support and mature. If left to grow a will many of the melons will not come to maturity and those that do will be o a small, inferior quality. The man why understands the business of growing melons and desires to produce a fine product will carefully prune his vinei with a sharp knife, cutting away unnec essary branches and small melons, thus leaving the entire vitality of the plane to mature a few fine specimens. This i...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 27 October 1893

J. B. COLLIMS, RLea)l mlltate C Olleotionus U"i Stock Csmmnissis. OMce:-Stockgrowers Bank Blocl Room No. 2, Correspondence solicited Has the following property listed: A comfortable four room dwelling wit: summer kitchen attached, lot 35x140 price, $010. A nest four room dwelling, stable i rear, desirable location, 50 feet front price $1.100. A commodius six room dwelling, ex cellent cellar, artesian well on premises stable and hen house, small fruits and vegetable garden attached, a prime bar gain; price. $1,000. A neat one and one-half story dwell ing house of four rooms, southern ex posure; price $400. A fine two story dwelling house, ma rooms, southern and western exposure, with large commodius stable in rear, fift feet front, centrally located; price An attractive Pleasant street dwelling one and one-half stories, fifty feet oa ground, southern exposure; price 8000 A large two story frame dwelling house, northern and western exposure, brick stables in rear, fifty front feet, ea...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 27 October 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't ;.:ort. Powder ABS OI ELY PURE LUCK WAS WITH BOTH A HOG SELLER'S PLUCKY BLUFF ANC ITS SINGULAR SEQUEL. An Adveatare With Hlahwamsea WhI Unleaded a Mimer of Hs Oeld sad 8 ati ansd Where Everybody t the Trlaagslal Treansetion Was .atsl.ed. We had finished our game of whist as the train when one of the players, a red headed man, said: "Yotr speaking of narrow escapes reminds me of one I had years ago in the Sierras. Buckeye House," he continued, "is a public tarv em amid the mountains of souther, Plumas county and is a lonely spot, being surrounded by dense forests ol spruce and pine. On the night of Jun 4, 187-, I stopped there and was told by the proprietor that a highway robbery had been committed in the vicinity dur ing the preceding day. This made me exceedingly ineasy. for I was carrying $12.t00) in greeuback, into the mountains to invest in a quartz mine. The money was wrappsFil ul, in my horse blankets and stowed :lway unde...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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