Custer County Items
crowded merits piece trust ''Long presented At should the arrived will in Cuater County liema. Yellowstone. Journal Dec. 23. Mr. Ingrauie, formerly ol .Miles City, hot three times by one of Mr. Qumn's lerks, who he attempted to "roll.'' iur correspondent says that Mr. Ingrame H ill a precarious condition, and will ive. Very early Friday iiiorninjj a number quaws were noticed in front of the re, chatierma add laughing over a which they unhendeil. Suspecting that all was not right "Lieutenant," Mmiidin approached tud found the barrel to be f whit-ky. He immediately procured lelivered the whisky to its owner, Silverberg, who supposed it to have Icstroyed by fire. For his timely rescue nd t h w a r t i n g a general he Indidu camp, Mr. Silverberg presented he "Lieutenant" with a neat guit of ilotbcs.