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U <4 TIME CARD - OF - TRAINS. FCRSYTH WEST-BOUND No. 1 North Coast Limited No.3 Express.............. No. 53 Freight............. ARRIVE 7:31 am 10:55 pm 4:54 am DEPART 7:3M am 11:05 pm 5:35 am EAST-BOUND No.2 North Coast Limited 11:52 am 11:32 am No. 4 Express............. 2:35 am 2:42am No. 54 Freight............ 2:40 am 3:40 am Get Permit at Ticket Office fok Freight Trains J. W. Pennell of Ft. Benton, was here on Saturday. W. J. Mulligan of Billings, was here on Saturday. \Y. M. Newnes of Howard, was in town on Saturday. H. Van der Pawert of Rancher, was here Saturday on business. C. L. Lamb of Minneapolis, spent Saturday and Sunday in town. Col. C. H. Gould, the Burlington live S'Oclv solicitor was in Town Tues day. ___ Rev. Danner is engaged in building a two room addition to the M. E. par sonage. A. Buchanan returned Saturday morning from a business trip to Lir ingston. H. C. Thompson, wagon master at Ft. Keogh, was a visitor in town on Saturday. John de Berge left for Hunters Hot Springs on Monday evening for a week's rest. Hugh Hunter came up from Miles City Tuesday for the purpose of buy ing some sheep. Major Edwards, the agent, and C. M. Young were in from the Crow Agency on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. \V. Bailey, Mrs. Ireland and Miss Belle Duff spent Sat urday in Miles City. Mrs. A. Buchanan, who has been spending a few weeks in Miles City, will return home tonight. Special rate of $22 to Hunter's Hot springs, including board, room and baths at the hotel for $22. Apply N. P. ticket office. * Sam O'Connell, the Lame Deer trad er, came in on Friday and spent sever days in town attending to business matters. The court house grounds are now surrounded by a wire fence and a new walk has been put down from the court house to Main street. Dr. G. H. Klein is engaged this week in taking the school census for district No. 4. which includes Forsj-th within its boundaries. Gus Tingwall, A. H. Swerdfiger, Chas. Keller and Mel Ogan came up from Miles City on Sunday to root for the visiting ball players. The widow of the late Frank Hein has applied for letters of administra tion and petitions the court to appoint R. IV. Snook administrator. Miss Belle Duff, who has been visit ing the family of Luther Terrett for several months, left on Monday even ing for her home at Great Falls. G. M. Miles. Sydney Sanner and G. W. Farr came up from Miles City on Tuesday morning to look after the case of Spotted Hawk and Box Elder. There was an informal dance given on Monday evening in the dining rcom of the American hotel. The affair was arranged in the afternoon, but a good crowd managed to turn out and enjoy ed a pleasant evening. We have a few ladeies' shirt waists which we are closing out at cost. " Hakky II. Fi.kt chkk & Co. Mrs. B. K. Holt, Miss Allie Holt, Miss Marion Gordon and Miss Mc Dowell came up from Miles City Sun day morning and witnessed the victory of their ball team. The following day was spent on the 7FK ranch and they returned home on Tuesday. C. W. Young of the Crow agency, was in town this week to consult the school board in regard to the establish ment of a school at the agency. There are 110 white children of school age at the agency and the people there are very anxious to have a school. A car load of canne 1 goods was un loaded this week by Harry H. Fletcher & Co. * J. W. Conners of Lewiston, was here last Thursday on business. H. H. Williams and wife of Sheri dan, Wyo., were visitors in town Thurs day. A car load of canned goods was un loaded by Harry H. Fletcher & Co. this week. T. E. Hammond's new house is now in the hands of the plasterers and will be ready for occupancy next week. Mrs. E. S. Becker and children left yesterday for Glendive, where they are visiting relatives prior to departing east. The ladies of the Rebekah lodge are making preparations for a dance which is to be given on the evening of Friday, Sept. 20 at Alexander's hall. Geo. S. Mendenhall has returned from Canada and says Montana is plenty good enough. He expects to en gage in some business soon and is at present located in Rosebud. Flynn Dow lin, who has been sojourn ing in Illinois and Wisconsin for sev eral months, has returned to Forsyth and expects to remain here. He has not yet decided on a vocation, but may go on a ranch. An expert seamstress is employed by the Miles City laundry to sew col lar bands on shirts. Agency at T. J. Thompson's candy store. * Mrs. J. E. de Carle and Mrs. W. H. Trowbridge received informally at the latter's home this afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock in honor of Miss McDowell of Chambersburg, Pa., and Mrs. W. C. McDowell of Brander berg, Mont.— Yellow'stone Journal. Rev. Geo. D. King, the presiding elder of Bozeman district, will hold the first quarterly conference at Forsyth on Saturday, Sept. 21st and preach on Sunday the 22nd. Rev. King has been secretary of the Montana conference for a number of .years. Dr. H. J. Reisland, the well known and successful eye specialist, will be at the American hotel, Forsyth, Mont, from Sept. 17 to 19, and at Hotel Leighton, Miles City, from Sept. 20 to 25. All glasses ground while you wait, and future exchanges at small cost. Consultation free. 22 Work on the new brick building west of the News office, which is being erected by Kennedy & Hopkins, is progressing rapidly. The walls are up and the building will soon be under cover. When completed it will be one of the most commodious and best light ed store rooms in Forsyth. Bailey & Terrett have shot guns to rent by the day or week. Rates reas onable. The last detachment of Troop F of the First cavalry, who had been doing duty at Lame Deer, left Saturday night for Fort Yellowstone. Lieut. Foy, dieting quartermaster, is the only remaining member of the former gar rison at the post.— Yellowstone Jour nal. Win. Hudnall of Helena, state ex aminer of couiE v records, was in town Monday and Tuesday on official busi ness. He examined the public records in the various county offices and found them all correct. Mr. Hudnall makes his rounds twice a j'ear and as his work takes him into every county in the state, it keeps his time pretty well occupied in covering the territory. Monday was moving day in Forsyth, several householders changing their places of abode. Harry H. Fletcher, who has been living in the Hale house, moved into the house he recently pur ckased from E. S. Becker. Dr. Grin stead, who has been living in the Kim ball place, removed into the house made vacant by Mr. Fletcher. B. Wadding ham also moved on Monday, and is now located in the rooms over the drug store. Satisfactory work guaranteed by the Miles City Steam Laundry. Leave your bundle at T. J. Thompson's store. * County Surveyor Chas. Taber has completed his map of Rosebud county and it now adorns the county clerk's office. The map is a fine piece of workmanship and occupied about two months of Mr. Taber's time. The scale is two miles to the inch. Bound ary lines and lettering are in black and the rivers and creeks are outlined in blue. Mr. Taber is at work on a smaller map which he will have litho graphed and placed on the market. Andrew Schmidt, aged 75 years, died at the home of his son, Henry Schmidt, nine miles south west of For syth on Emmels creek, Tuesday of bowel trouble. The deceased was born in Germany and came to this country ir. 1847, working for a number of years on the Erie canal. He was an army teamster during the war and afterwards settled in Illinois, where he lived for 13 years. In 1878 he re moved to Nebraska, where the partner of his joys and sorrows died. He came to Montana in 1895 and lias since lived at the ranch of his son. He leaves seven children, Henry and Frank, who live on Emmels creek, George in Seat tle, Chas. Ida and Jake at Minden, Neb., and Lynn at La Salle, Ills. The funeral took place this morning at 11 o'clock, the*Rev. Danner officiat ing. The services were held at the home and the remains interred in the Forsyth cemetery. H. H. Fletcher & Co. are exclusive agents for the famous W. L. Douglas shoe and the Cataract Union made overalls. These are standard goods everywhere and will out wear any other make in the market. * The trial of Box Elder before Justice Wright Tuesday created considerable interest in town. A large party of Cheyenne bucks and squaws, witness es and friends of the accused, gave a picturesque color to the crowd. The complaint alleged that Box Elder had stolen a circle bar horse belonging to Miles, Strevell & Howes and changed the brand to a quarter circle, circle cross. Witnesses for the state were Geo. M. Miles, Levi Howes, Pete Daly, W. H. Lyndes and J. C. Clifford. County Attorney Gibson, representing the state, was assisted by Sydney Sanner, and G. W. Farr represented the defendant. The fact that the horse was the property the circle bar ranch and that the brand had been changed was established, but the defendant's witnesses, Blue Hawk, Crazy Mule, Magpie Eagle, Swallow, Hollow Breast, Red Fox and Hairy Hand gave testi mony that absolved Box Elder from any direct connection with the theft. It seems that the horse after passing through a number of hands was sold to Pete Daly who took it to Sheridan to sell. It was held up by the inspect or there and Box Elder's arrest fol lowed. Tbe case against Spotted Hawk who also had one of the circle bar horses was on motion of the county attorney dismissed. The animals were ordered returned to their owners by the court. A ticket to Hunter's Hot springs and return, including board and baths at the hotel for one week, for only $22. Apply at N. P. ticket office. * Special Rate to Giendive. The Northern Pacific Railway will make a special rate of one fare for the round trip to Glendive on Sept. 24, 25 and 26 with return limit to Sept. 28th, on the occasion of the Dawson County Fair. There will in addition to the usual exhibits be a street fair with all the attractions incident to these entertainments. A series of base ball gaines will add interest to the occasion. Apply at local ticket office. Stull Leaves Today. Chaplain George C. Stull, who serv ed through the Philippine campaign with the First Montana volunteers, lias written to his friend» in Butte that he will leave for the Philippine islands Monday to enter upon his duties. Chaplain Stull is endeavoring to in terest the Montana soldiers in the erec tion of a memorial window in his new church in Billings. He wants the Montana volunteers to place the win dow in the Billings church in memory of the Montana soldiers who died in the Philippines. A number of the Butte veterans have taken the matter up and the window will probably be installed.—Yellowstone Journal. Kxruritlon to Billings. Special excursion rates of a fare for the round trip will be made by the N. P. Ry., to Billings on Sept. 16th to 20th inclusive. The Yellowstone County Fair will open on the 16th and will last tor five days. This rate has been made on all points between Hel ena and Miles City and as the Fair will be .up to its usual high standard a big crowd of visitors is expected. Apply at local ticket office for further information. Notice. We have established an office over the drug store for the settlement of the business of the American hotel and the Forsyth Meat Co. while under our management. All persons knowing themselves indebted to either of the above concerns are requested to call at their earliest convenience and ar range a settlemenent of the same. Thornton & Choissek. May 9 -tf Engraved cards and stationery at the News office. i AT FLETCHER'S ! The Douglas shoe—with a 20 years reputation behind it is sold in our store. The leather and workmanship in every pair of shoes has the guarantee of the fac tory back of them. You can find the full line-all sizes and styles at adver tised prices. We can fit you out for boots or shoes for rough outdoor work. All the Standard Makes. HARRY H. FLETCHER & CO. forsyth, Montana Handsomest Bar in Eastern Montana. We are sole agents for the original W. H. McBrayer Cedar Brook Whiskey =1894= and Strauss Bros, famous brands of Wines and Liquors including fine ten year old whiskey We are also exclusive x agents for the well known ABC St. Louis Bohemian Beer. ...Cigars... We carry the best Imported and Domestic Cigars, including the favorite "Pinters" Cigar made by Sam'l. I. Davis & Co. - - - - Prompt attention paid to family and ranch trade. Orders filled same day as received. THORNTON & CHOISSER, FORSYTH, MONTANA. Burlington Route DINING CARS ALA CARTE Providing the best of everything, and paying close attention to details, Burlington dining ears have gained world-wide reputation. On our Chicago Limited. The "pay for what you order" plan is much more acceptable than the"dollar-a-meal"charge. Ask Your Home Agent to Ticket You by the Barlingoton.