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ROSEBUD COUNTY NEWS
FORSYTH. KOMTXNK.
Entered at the post office in Forsyth,
Montana, as second class mail matter
on March 21st, 1901.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
One Vear ................................. $2 5o
Six Months................................ 1 so
Pour Months............ 1 on
THURSDAY. JANURY 23, 1902.
It apfokds the News no pleasure to
mention the fact, but we believe it is
high time that the officials were famil
iarizing themselves with the way a
certain saloon in town is being con
ducted. It was only last evening when
a lad of about sixteen years entered
this place, which is undoubtedly one
of the most degraded of its kind in For
syth, and seeing his father in a very
inebriated condition, endeavored to
induce him to go home whereupon the
pusalinimous proprietor of the "joint"
made a vicious and cowardly assault
upon the young man without any prov
ocation whatever. This place has been
the scene of many disturbances of late
that may have been avoided had the
proprietor been possessed of the suffi
ent amount of self-esteem and respect for
the community. This stand taken by
the News may not meet with the ap
proval of some of our residents, but
this paper is an exponent of the law
and insists that such atrocities
should not exist. We believe we will
be sanctioned in this matter by those
who have the welfare of the community
at heart.
It will be good news to the people
of eastern Montana, and especially
Rosebud county, to learn that Senator
Clark has fulfilled his promise by
introducing a bill looking to the seg
regation of a portion of the Crow
reservation adjoining this county.
The enactment of the Senator's bill
.looks more favorable than previous
ones, for he has added a new feature
to it providing ior the irrigation of the
ceded land from a river in the un
heeded portion.
New Century Comlort.
Millions are daily finding a world of
■comfort in Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It
kills pains from Rums, Scalds, Cuts,
Bruises; conquers Ulcers, and Fever
Sores; cures Eruptions, Salt Rheum,
Boils and Felons; removes corns and
Warts. Best Pile cure on earth. Only
25; at Forsyth Drug Co's.
Belgian Hares for Sale.
The choicest of animals. We guaran
tee them to be in first class condition
when sold. For information and prices
write or call at the News, office,
Forsyth, Mont. *
two schools. : *
I put my heart to school.
In the world where men crow wise.
"Co out," I said, "and learn the rule.
Come back when you win the prize."
/ My heart came back again,
( "And where is the prize?" I cried,
i "The rule was falee, anji the prize was pain,
: And the teacher'B name was Pride."
I 1 put my heart to school.
In the woods where wild birds sing.
In the fields where flowers spring,
Where brooks run cool and clear
And the blue of heaven bends near.
**Co out," I eaid; "you are only a foot.
But perhaps they can leach you here."
] "And why do you stay so long.
My heart, and where do you roamT"
J The answer came with a laugh and a song,
T "I find thia school is home."
5 , —Henry Van Dyke in Atlantic Monthly.
They Weren't Fed.
"Some years ago." said a San Fran
cisco man. "a globe trotting English
man came into the city by the Uoldeu
Oate. and it fell to tny lot to entertain
him. So one night 1 took hitu to dine
at the far famed Cliff House, it was
a beautiful moonlight night, and from
where we sat upon the porch we look
ed out upon the broad bosom of the
Pacific ocean. Tbe moon's light made
a path across the waters, and in it.
center the Seal rocks lay like a black
patch. The Englishman inquired what
they were aud upon my informing him
Bald: 'Bali Jove, are those the Seal
rocks of which I have heard? I'd verv
much like to see the seals. I say. my
mau.' turning to the waiter, vaun't I
see the seals? Don't you feed them at
Might?'
" 'Oli, yessir.' replied the waiter, who
was of Hibernian descent, without
blinking an eye. 'At 0 o'clock we al
ways gives them their bam and eggs,
sir/
"Tbe Englishman accepted this sur
prising pleoç.of information without
turning a hair ana announced mat n«*
would surely la* on hand ar the time
mentioned. He wan; hut. needlesa to
■ay. the waiter was not."
Caw of a Lose Breath.
When chilled by exposure to cold,
take a loug breath, with tbe mouth
firmly shut. Repeat this several times
until you begin to feel the heat return
Ing. It requires only a very short time
to do this. Tbe long breath quickens
the pulse, and this causes tbe lilood to
circulate fnster. The blood flows into
all parts of the veins aud arteries and
gives oui h great deal of heat. It Is
slated that » long, deep breath, beld as
long as possible, will close the pores of
a heated skin, und tbe danger of taking
cold, on stepping outdoors, may be thus
guarded against.
Knocked Her Ont With m Look.
While talking of the many notable
people he met during his pugilistic ca
reer John L. Sullivan said one day in
New York: "Once when I was in Syd
ney I had a suit of rooms directly over
Sarah Bernhardt. I never met tlie
lady, and I didn't much eure. She was
jabbering French ail tbe time and was
rehearsing constantly in her room. I
beard so much of it that I pretty near
had the willies. One night I happened
to follow Sarah into lier majesty s thea
ter in Sydney, and I had a good chance
to size her up. She was a feather
weight all right, ana there was so much
powder on her face that I thought she'd
made a mistake. She got a look at me,
and because I had been so much annoy
ed with her jabheriug I scowled at her
—gave her tlit? look that used to scare
the dulis who tried to stay tour rouuds
with me. Well. sir. Sarah gave one
long, mournful howl and fainted away.
After that she didn't jabber any more,
for she'd found out wbo was living up
stairs."
Bright ■■ He Was Bad.
He was a charming little fellow of 4,
pretty In his ways, good to look at but
as naughty as could be. He sat on tbe
bottom step kicking bis fat little legs
and refusing utterly to obey his fa
ther. who bad toltl him to go up stairs
several times in Increasing dpgree» *f
severity. After a few minutes of this
clashing of wills his exasperated par
ent picked him up somewhat suddenly,
carried hlui and sat him down very
firmly on a chair in his room and then
went out and shut the floor. Silence
reigned: not a sound from him for
at least half an hour. Then the door
opened, and a sweet little voice called
out. "Father, have you got over your
tantrum yet. for I should like to come
down?"—London Tit-Bits.
Australian Nicknames.
The Inhabitants of New South Wales
have lonjr keen known ns "cornstalks,"
an allusit.ft to the length aud slimness
of the average young New South Wales
native. Victorians are known as "gum
suckers," with reference to the gum
that is found on many native trees,
some of which is relished by juveniles.
"Crow eaters," as applied to the South
Australians, owes Its origin to a state
ment that in times of drought the
wheat farmers of South Australia are
iriveu to the source suggested for food.
"Wheatflelders" is a more euphonious
name sometimes used for the same
province.
The Queenslanders aza known as "ba
nana landers,'' that tropical fruit grow
ing there abundantly. Western Aus
tralians—or. as they are now generally
called, Westralians—are known in the
east as "sand gropers" or "gropers."
The Westralians themselves group all
the oilier states into "t'other side" and
call the residents "t'other siders."
All the contforis and con
veniences of a good club
or your home are found in
Library
Buffet
Smoking
Cars
in daily use on Burling
ton limited trains between
the Twin Cities and Chi
cago. Supplied with card
tables, easy chairs aud the
latest periodicals.
ASK YOUR HOME AOENT FOR
TICKETS VIA THE BURLING
TON ROUTE. of- ot of
PRICES GUT TO THE CORE
WHAT WE SAY WE MEAN
We buy our Groceries in car-load
lots, enabling us to make bargains
that will please you.
CLOTHING
We have very good and convincing
evidence that it is the best assort'
ment ever carried in Rosebud
county.
H. H. FLETCHER & CO.,
FORSYTH, MONT.
Buy Your Meat of Us
jl
And Get
the Best
____i
FORSYTH MEAT CO.
LANE & MCDONALD, Props.
We raise Our own Beef
our customers get the choicest
product of Montana ranges.
All kinds of fresh and salt
meats, fish and game in sea
son.
A Good
New Year's
Resolution
YOU couldn't make
a better one.
Why?
Because it embodies
Comfort, Satisfaction
and Success.
Comfort.— Because
Selz Shoes fit well.
H
"We'll all wear SELZ SHOES this year."
Satisfaction. — Because Selz Shoes wear
well.
Success.— Because Selz Shoes preserve
your health, save you money and enable you to
pursue your daily duties with ease and freedom.
We sell them. All styles, all sizes, all
prices. Come and see.
POST OFFICE STORE,
HENDERSON & REID, Props.
FOOOOOOOOOCXXXOOOOOOOOOOQOC*
WHITE ELEPHANT FEED AND SALE STABLE,
B. S. CRKWSHHW, PROP.
m
Live ry, Dray
and Transfer Line
in connestion.
Deale in
hay, Wood
and Coal.
East Main St., Forsyth. Hont.
lOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOt
TIME CARD
——OP
TRAINS.
FORSYTH
' WKST-BOUND
No. tl Express .........
No. 3 Express...........
No. S3 Freight..........
EAST-BOUND
No. 12 Express........
No. 4 Express.........
No. 54 Freight........
ARRIVE
7:31 am
10:55 pm
4:54 am
121' am
2:35 am
2:40 am
DEPART
7:38 am
11:05 pm
5:35 nm
12.22 ^;n
2:42am
3:4<) am
Get Permit at Ticket Office for Freight
Trains
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
J^ICHARD S. STOCKTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Forsyth, Montana.
G. H. KLEIN, D. D. S., /
—Resident Dentist—
Becker Bldg, Rooms 3 and 4.
Office hours: 9 to 12, 1 to 5.
Forsyth, - - Montana.
H
ARRY G. WRIGHT,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
GENERAL CONVEYANCING,
INSURANCE,
Forsyth, Montana.
DR. A. C. WILSON,
—Physician and Surgeon
Office in Drug Store Building.
Forsyth, Montana.
G. WILBUR FARR,
—Attorney-at-Law—
Becker Building, Forsyth, Mont
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
CONGRESSIONAL.
Senators........... \ ' v -. A ;, c ' ark -
I Paris Gibson.
Representative............ C. Edwards, Salevillr
STATE.
Governor................... Jos. K. Toole, Helena
Lieut. Governor........... G. F. Higgins, " "
Secretary of State.......... G. M. Hayes, " "
State Treasurer........... A. H. Barret, " 41
State Auditor......... J. H. Caiderhead, " "
Attorney General............I. Donavan, 44 44
Supt. Pub. Ins............. W. W. Welch, 44 44
Chief Justice.............. T. F. Urantly, 44 44
Associate Justices.....• J*- fclilbum, 44 44
I H. G. Ricketts, 44 44
FEDERAL.
Surveyor General......... E. W. Beattie, Helena
U. S. Marshal.......... J. P. Woodman, 44 44
Col. Inter. Revenue...... C. M. Webster, 44 44
Reg. U. S. Land Office.....S. Gordon, Miles City
Rec.U.S. Land Office.. J. M. Rhoades, 44 44
U. S. Commissioner... C. F. Smith, Forsyth
Weather Observer.... A. W. Kinnie, 44 44
U. S. Attorney..... W. B. Rodgers, Deer Lodge
DISTRICT.
Judge. Seventh Judicial District......
.................... Chas. H. Loud, Miles City
Official Stenographer.. K. M.Kreidler 1
COUNTY.
Sheriff.....................( has. Davia, Forsj
Treasuer................ T. W. Longley,
Cl'l and Recorder........ C. W. Bailey,
Cl'kDist. Court........... J. B. Grierson,
County Attorney.......Fred L. Gibson,
Assessor.................. Wir. Choisser.
Supervisor................ C. B. Taebor,
Coroner.................. J. B. Kennedy,
Supt. Schools............ G. M. Higgins,
County Physician...... J. F. Grinstead
1 T. Alexander Forsyth
Commissioners......H. Terret, Brandenberg
I T. E. Hammond Forsyth
Public Admin............ R. W. Snook, 44 44
TOWNSHIP,
Justices....................■' „ _ . Forsyth
I II. G. Wright, 44
Under Sheriff........... W. H. Lyndcs, 44 44
Deputy Sheriff and Jailor, D. J. Muri, 44 44
Road Supervisor ......... A. J. Kimball ,44 44
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^p^HE wrong way to buy
jfe printing is the cheap way.
i'jls * If printing is to build bus
iness, it must be good
printing. Good enough or pretty
fair won't do. The best only is
good enough. (We do the best
work.)
If you strain at a dollar and
swallow an inferior job—some
do—your advertising cannot be
bringing the best'results, nor
will you be satisfied with your
stationerj 4 .
Good money pays for good work
—we do the best work. We know
how. We mix brains with the
ink -the printer's ink.
Booklets are trade-fetchers.
Leaflets, folders, or circulars,
are money-makers. We estimate
if you ask us—and you might
better ask us.
NEWS Job Dep't.
PRISTERS THE RIGHT WAY.

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