Jap Refused Marriage License
Medora — Two fond hearts, longing to beat as one, met a stern rebuff here, when a diminutive Jap and a white girl called on Judge Paxton for a marriage license and were refused. They came on No. 8 in the morning and having had no sleep, took rooms. Refreshed, they sought the judge; but on his sorrowfully declining to do anything for them, they went on east the same evening in quest of a county judge posessing more of the milk of human kindness. They claimed to be from Billings, Mont.
Turtle Mountain Star, 1/5/1911