Eight wagons loaded with Gypsies visited Medora Saturday and pursued their fortune telling avocation with considerable ardor. After leaving town they made camp near the Britt place, and some of the women of the outfit went to the house and demanded a quantity of food. Their actions were so lawless and disregardful of rights that Mrs. Britt phones to town; several men went out at once. The marauding band were peremptorily ordered by the sheriff to move along—and move they did.
Golden Valley Chronicle, 6/12/1914