Clipped From The Greene Recorder
u n d e r wear Portland. a n e him a l j and at the home of And buds -| h t Greene j - j e is the charr-,;. j receu'.!} and"! i lire! --Oliver McGee arrived home from his spring \:sit to his big stock near Ree Heights, South DaKotn, Monday evening. The gentleman reports that his cattle have wintered ia shape, having obtained feed enough the range so that the hay put up them is not more than half fed The horses and colts have "rustled" the range almost entirely and are and hearty. While the winter has cold, the snow fall was very light compared with what we have had here, McGee says. Lait Friday ihe thermometers ont there registered 74 p l o w i n g was in progress, and were working oat of doors in their sleeves. W i l b u r McGt,-e, who had the management of his father's ranch, is preparing to remove to Alberta country, Canada, near Calgary and if after .1 year's residence there finds the conditions favorable to the successor the enterprise a n o t h stock ranch will be started by Mr. McGee and his son there. U ilbur's on the Dakota rench i; being acceptably fiKed by Fred Schenegge, who o-.it there w i t h Mr. McGee last Oscar McGee w i l l oversee the home ranch near Dougherty this w h e r e the f e e d i n g and rang? .-.ock is conducted. -- D o u W o r l d .