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.. AROUND THE STATE.. I j . ITEMS OF INTEREST BOILED DOWN * US & TO SAVE TIME AND SPACE : d* J* ! stances and asking him to look into the matter and have the children prop- j erly cared for. Mr. Schoenfeld acted ' Count De AgrenefF finds himself rather short financially, attempts some slight of hand work in Anaconda and is taken before the judge. A freight train loaded with stone leaves the track of the Great Northern near Belt tearing up 60 feet of track. Some of the trainmen were injured but no one killed. Chased for more than a mile by a pack of wild dogs, apparently a cross between the common dog and the wolf, Miss Gertie Sullivan, daughter of a sheep man living on Birch creek, near Havre, escaped only by spending the night in an old corral and picking off the animals now and then with a rifle. Miss Sullivan was riding her pony across the prairie yesterday when she saw, some distance away, perhaps twenty animals, which at first glance she took to be coyotes. As they came nearer, evidently in pursuit of her, the girl saw they were not coyotes, but wild dogs, of which there are several small packs in Northern Montana and just across the Canadian line. It be came a ride for life with Miss Sullivan She had with her a small rifle, but the animals seemed so savage she dar ed not stop and give them battle. As she began to despair of escaping she sighted the old sheep corral, and to ward this she ran her horse, reaching it only when the pack was but a short distance away. To enter with the pony anti quickly close the gate was the work of a moment. Snapping and snarling, the dogs tore at the poles forming the stockade, but were unable to gain an enterauce. The girl began shooting at the animals, which retreat ed when she fired and returned to the attack when the rifle was silent. Miss Sullivan was found in the morning by her father and brother, who had been seeking her. Otto Schoenfeld, secretary of the State Humane society, and Sheriff Jeff O'Connell have returned from Rimini, bringing with them Ada and Nellie Lawrence, two young girls who had been living alone in a cabin at the mouth of Moose creek. Ada is 14 years old and Nellie is 11. They will be taken to the St. Joseph's Orphans' home in the valley, where they will be cared for. The girls had been living in the place for more than a month alone and unprotected with the excep tion of a dog a faithful guardian. Secretary Schoenfeld received a peti tion from the residents in the vicinity of Rimini telling him of the circum at once and in company with Sheri If O'Connell went to Rimini, eighteen miles from Helena. Near there in a weather beaten cabin near the road the two little girls were found living together. Although they were alone they did not seem to be unhappy, ; were not what could be called destitute. mil Th» f - ,, I l he interioi of the house was roughly flood to the Last Drop! y- ! 7 his is what you will /uni in the goods timt I constat! t y ■ l v keep in stock nt prices consistent with good goods. Ufi f.M fA. I'ä t/Y A I is* I ' $ p &!• Here arc some ot the brands curried W. H. M'BRAYEK MONTICELLO RYli GERMANIA CLUB RYE «V Ml THG CELGBRATED JOHN GUND'S BEERS. Wr '»tv go Hunch I rude Solicited. l'romi>[ Al ten ion (liven to Ain il Orders. A" , -o ■ 71 J. E. CHOI88E I« WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS • m SSgsgsasggBja furnished and the children had few clothes. They were compelled to gather their own wood for fuel. The father is said to be a bridge carpenter at Whitehall. He has been occupied there a month and it is said to have left about that time. The little girl* say, however, that they received a let ter from him Friday. It is alleged that Mrs. Lawrence left her husband and daughters two years ago, running away with her two boy's, and subse quently deserting one of the sons. Secretary Schoenfeld intends to look into this matter also, and will leave soon for Shelby Junction. The girls aie much attached to the dog, who would hardly allow Secretary Schon fehl to approach the house.—Record. A special telegram from Red Lodge to the Miner dated July 11, says: Froulle between the cattlemen and sheepmen on Sage creek, according to word rece.ved from Bridger has assum ed a most serious aspect. D. M. Brown, who has [.been herding sheep for Billings parties on Blue Water creek, appeared before Justice W. L. Hyde, in Bridger, today and swore out warrants for the arrest of twelve well known cattlemen, whom he accuses of assaulting him on the public highway and menacing the safety of his flocks and his own life. • The men for whom warrants were issued are William Bainbridge, William Schultz, Earl Rhodes, William Gardiner, Corbett Bennett, Wallace and Bert Bent, John Rhodes, Chas. Ingram, George Bean, William Wendt and Hugh Chelsey. Biown claims that he was first notifi ed that if he brought his sheep into the Sage creek country he would be hang ed. Then lie decided to take the ani mais to his home ranch. Wednesday evening, after he had started to move, his herder, John Cochrane, was as saulted, he alleges, by Hugh Chelsey and Corbett, who knocked him down, took his rifle away and broke it up. Brown and his wife yesterday started to move the sheep down the public highway. Thereupon, he states, the twelve men above named ordered him to turn back and leave the country. He refused, drew his gun and commanded them to approach at their peril. Brown says the cattlemen then withdrew to a distance.of about 300 yards and began a Iii-ilade of shots at the sheep and the sheep wagon, which Mrs. Brown was driving. Four or five shots punctured the wagon, but Mrs. Brown escaped harm. Several sheep fell wounded and ! a luimhei will die. Brown then turned bac* to Blue Water, where he left a j man in charge and rode to Bridger to ' swear out warrants. From there he went to Billings tod a It is claimed that Joseph Brinton. who has just leas ed two ranches which control a large area ol this coveted range at the head o! Sage creek and on Prince mountain was. day before yesterday, turned back by the same party. ilut he de cl T es Go will go to these ranges in spite of all opposition. The situation I is decidedly serious and more trouble is expee.ed. ( ?» K ATZEN ST EIN f S "THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME" IS here again and you will have to discard your winter garments for lighter ones, more or less of which you will have to buy anew. Before making your purchases you will do well to call on us and inspect our stock, for we carry the most up-to-date and complete line of..... Gents Furnishings Boots»Shoes in Rosebud county. Our stock comprises everything for the common laborer and city "swell." Suits to order. KATZENSTEIN CLOTHING CO., Up-to-Date Clothiers. Harry H. Fletcher & Co. 1 Dealers In General Tlerchandise, Wholesale and Retail J I For Custom-Made Clothing, See Us Before Going Elsewhere We Guarantee to Fit You At the Lowest Possible Prices Remember, this is only a "sideline', with ns, but you cun not obtain belter i nines any where. We have un elegant line of dents' fiirnishihgs, Roots und Shoes. They ain't be bent for quality or price. If you want inferior goods nl loo cheap prices , don't come to us. d b We Always Give the Highest Market Price for Ranch Eggs ^ !*, N. B. Any Mistakes We Make, Gladly Corrected at the Store .jj Harry H. Fletcher & Co. 1 Rosebud County's Largest General Store kèri ; ■» .V. ▼, v ;V.iV ÀV .V .y.y ; V Nt.VaTl. taV . yr. . '•eihrihr iVLYtV i^rjNr • YiY.y.y; 7iY.. ? a t A.UA. r • A!A ; ' A'A! A' A. * A FA, A. ? A* A ' A 'A ' AS'AIAî A 7 A * AlArJtjtAÎJ ---—-----^________ C.AY HUIT, Jeweler Compléta Slot'll or Jewelry anti Silverware 1 Conf'ccfioneiy, Tobacco and Gyars L \ll Kinds ofTruil at Lowest Price 'S ,isG8r.jNr iv i.v.or îsrjijr iSr-àma Nr ise i ' .sr ,t iVtsr.-V »V i nt cv rW'ci^MS TRY IT AND YOU'LL NOT DENY IT IT IS A HOME PRODUCT. 5c A GLASS CONSTANTLY KEPT ON DRAUGHT AT N. F*. SALOON JAS. HOLLER, PROP. *4 rroressional cards. J^R. A. C. WILSON. —Physician and Surgeon Office in Drug Store Building. Forsyth, Montana. N. REBER, D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office in Longley (Becker) Building First Floor. Office Hours: 8 a. m. to 12 m.; 2 to 6 p. m. Forsyth, Mont. gYDNEY SANN ER, A T T O R N E Y - A T - L A W, Miles City, Montana.. 0FORGE W. FARR,. A T T ( > R N E Y - A T -LA \Y, Miles City, Montana,. A J. DIERKS, E. AT TOR N E Y- A T-LAAV, Longley Block, Forsyth, Mont. A V. H. Collins F. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Rosebud, Mont. W. F Y DENTIST Parlors over Forsyth Drug Store. Iu Rosebud 25t and 2t> of each month. Forsyth, Mont. - T--- Newly Renovated The new management has overhauled and equipped the American Hotel and it is now one of the best hotels in eastern Montana O A select and fresh line of d* Wines, Liquors and Cigars 4 will be found at the Hotel Bar £ «► We maintain in connection Billiard and Fool Tallies and Bowling Alleys j*- .ja *** 40s Prompt service and courteous treatment is our guarantee SICKLER & CLIFFORD, Props, j m SAVES NINE Sm CHAS SCHULTZ SILVER dollar «Aï.« Î«»; Keeps constantly on hand the Choicest brands of— vv Î 1 UÎS, Litjuors & C3ic| Fresh Ketj Beer On Tap A share of the public patronage Respectfully solicited : MOBBISON BROS. Props. L