Teton Chronicle (Choteau, Mont.) 1897-1901, June 14, 1901, Image 1

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LITTLE GENTS’ SHOES— just like papa’s, Bring the little man around. We’ll please him and you. The best $2.00 LADIES SHOE in the . state in Dongolia and Kangaroo Calf, ' Iv-.v . - r -. - _____ Gents’ Oxfords'and Slippers in Goodyear „ welt and .turned soles. • Ask t o .. see our Riding and Sporting Boots and Shoes. e. have the largest assortment. at the lowest prices in.:'CRASH SKIRTS from; . ,50c to $5.00.- Ladies’ Shirt Waists ln- -- Pique Swiss, Dimity, Lawn and Sateen; • 50c and up. - . . - Ladies’ TAILOR-MADE SUITS; sep­ arate'Skirts, Silk' Waists, Fancy-; Belts, -Novelties in Neck ware,- Hair;. Orna­ ments of : all descriptions. Trimmed - Sailors .and Pattei’n Hats. ;;; Ladies’ Muslin Underwear with Embroid­ ery and Lace Trimmings. Mercerized and Silkalisle Vests and Union Suits. .Also a nice line of Ribbed Cotton Union Suits. Yosts in prices from 124c up. . • Dimity Cords, entirely new, 6c. 'Scotch Lawns, small figure, GA-c. ' . We are offering great bargains in Wash- Goods Remnants. , i 1 1 Our new Tennis Dorset, 75c.' Our new Duchess Corset, 75c. ' \\ Quick sellers, and why not?— Our Warm • Weather Clothing iu coat and vest and suits for men and boys. Full line of - Canvas Hats. Poor Goods spoil the temper. B.e on the safe -side and - buy. your STAPLE\ and- FANCY'GROCERIES from X HIRSH-' BERG - & CO. ' - . . . • - - v - . ' ‘ - 5 - . - h - i > ! i s . • » Our stock of Glassware, Crockery. China, etc., is. complete. Shelf ancl Heavy.- Hardware, Harness, Saddles, etc. Wagons,' Buggies aud Machinery. 1 ■ ‘ - - - V 1 b i g D e p a r t m e n t s t o r e THE CLUB F ot r a a a a t s a a a s a a a s H a e a aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ee BE -■\ , EE ' EE Q - e n t l o m . e i ' i . 7? E E aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ¡a a aa azr | | “.A . 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J Fiasoaaaa: E a a ■ ¡3 3 3 3 a 3 3 a es a 3 .a a a a a a a a a a a -a a a a a a a CITY M U G S T O M C. H. DRAKE, Proprietor. Complete'Stock of Stationery: Tablets, Box Paper-, Ledgers, Day Books, Journals, Writ­ ing Paper.' ; ; AT EASTERN PRICES. Prescriptions Aeeurrtely Conpounded ' -• From Purest Drugs. - [ \ * CHOTEAU, MONT. E E e 13 E E E 13 E2 E a a ns JfeC a a a a a a a B a a a a a a a a a a a EEEEEEasaaEEEEEEEGEEEEEEEJSEEEEEEEEEEBEEEEEEEEHEEEEEEE V’ The ANGUS BRUCE, Proprietor Pirstclass Restaurant ..... . 'tzrx-szzys . * /^v>v‘TV: ' Ò .... 'fc ' ^ •' *•- •’“• - -v -”*• A* ♦; — Under New Management. 33i3Q®Sg M E A L S A T A L L H O U R S . Cuicine Unsurpassed, c e e e éc o c ec c c c c c ò c c c o c c s o c e o o o c e c Synopsis of Proceedings of the Board of County Commissioners o f Teton County, Montana—Regular June Term, 1901. [OFFICIAL.] C h o teau , Mont., June 3, 1901. Board met in regular June session at the office of the. county clerk at 10 Present, Chairman C. B. Per-., kins, Commissioners M. Connelly and William M.,Foster and the clerk. •Minutes of regular. March meeting were read and appioved. Board proceeded to examino re­ ports of county and township officers for the quarter ending May 31, 1901. The following were approved and orderod tiled: A. -C. Warner, county clerk. -Re­ port of .warrants issued in payment salaries of county officers, amounting to $2,487.48 on contingent fund, and $1,495:00 on general fund; also war­ rant issued to H. K. Ferris for ouo carload coal for jail $89.00 on general fuDd. A. C. Warner, county clerk. Re­ port of official fees collected, amount­ ing t o $404.15, with treasurer’s receipt for same. .Sterling McDonald, clerk district court. Report of official fees col­ lected aud turned over to treasurer, amounting to $142.60! Sterling McDonald, clerk district court. Report of certificates issued iu payment of fees and.mileage of jurors and witnesses at March term of district court, amounting to $989.60 for jurors and $2,362.G0 for witnesses. George G. Taylor, sheriff. Report of jail boarders. Warraut issued for expenses incurred. Fanuie E. Clienowoth, county su­ perintendent of schools. Report showing schools visited,\teachers ex- einined, and collection of six dollars examination fees. ‘.Charles Cooper, justice of the peace, Choteau township. Report of crimi­ nal actions. Warrant ordered for ..... . ’ *'w costs incurred. - Charles Parker, justieejof the peace Choteau: township.,-. Report df critni- haractidns, showing $8.50 \fines col­ lected, with treasurer’s receipt for same.-. G e o r g e W . M a g e e , ju s t ic e o f the peace D u p u y e r tow n s h ip. N o crim i­ nal actious. W i l lia m D a w e s , ju s t ice o f the pence M a r ias tow n s h ip. R e p o r t o f crim inal actions. W a r r a n t ord e r e d for costs incurred. W i l l i a m D a w e s , a c tin g coroner. R e p o r t o f in q u e s t s h e ld on bodies of W i l l i a m Q u in n ' au d ' H e n r y ' F e e n e y . W a r r a n ts ordered fo r costs incurred. C la im o f D r . T . L . C la r k , expert w it­ ness, in case o f H e n r y F o e u e y , d i s ­ allow e d for the reason th a t tho law allow s no fees to w itnesses before coroner. - W a lte r M a th e w s , co u n ty surveyor. R e p o r t of su r v e y s m a d e . Adiournecl to 2 p. m. A F T E R N O O N S E S S I O N . B o a r d rea s s e m b led at 2 p. m ., all ✓ m e m b e r s present. R e p o r t o f W i l l i a m -B r u c e , poor house contractor, sh o w in g seveu in ­ m a tes cared for, was exam inod, ap proved and ordered filed. R e p o r t o f J o h n S . G o r d o n , county treasurer, was taken up for considera­ tion . L i s t s o f warrants paid wore com p a r e d w ith cou n ty clerk ’s books, fo u n d correct, aud w a r r a n ts wore cancelled as fo llo w s : General fund ............................. . ............. $7071 G1 Contingent fanil .................................................. 2S10 27 Road fund ..................................................... 320 06 Poor fund............................................................. 439 03 District School fund .................................. 331 i 87 Estate Jas. Grady ............................................. 200 00 T o t a l................... $14811 S4 T h e fo llo w in g coun ty w a rrants, h a v in g rem a ined u n c a lled for for m o re than one y e a r , w e re cancollod : No. 22, March 12. 19C0, James Stone, gen­ eral fund ............................................. .... ........ S 1 .70 No. 29, March 12. 1937, IT. Clark, general fund....................................................................... 1 30 No. 31, March 12, 1933, II. M. Kingsbury. general fund....................... 1 SO No. 31, March 12.1900. W. E. Chase, gen­ eral fund .............................................................. 1 30 No. 110, March 12,1900, J, P. Hannon, gen­ eral fund ....... ................................................. 20 00 T r e a s u r e r ’s report w a s then checked agaiu s t co u n t y clerk ’s led g e r , and balan c e s fo u n d as fo llow s : General fund .v\ ........................................... 5 3Dl 93 Contingent fund ......... . .......................... 1107 23 Road fund ............ : ................. . .................... 10 55 Poorfund ....... : ....................................... . 641 03_ Bridge fund..., ........................................... 4003 CO Sinking fund...’ ......... ?....................................2123 76 Gonoral School fund.................................. 463.74 District School fund........................................ 7421 61 Institute fu n d .... ...................................... .- H 00 state fund'. ......... : ................. . ............ ; ........ $03 39 Bounty f u n d ,...,v ..................... ■ • y .< .... 61 50 Stock'Indonihity' fund 41 Stock Inspection and Dctcctivo fund . . . 81 Personal property taxes .................. 500 00 Total . : ........................................................S17353 71 NO. 45. . Charles W. Copper tendered his resignation of office of justice of tho peace, Choteau .township. Same was accepted aud John E. DeHaas was-' appointed to fill the vacancy. - Adjourned to 10 a. m., June 4. SECOND DAY. June 4, 1901. Board met at 10 a, m., all members present. Treasurer’s list of licenses issued! amounting to §3,752.25 was then compared with stubs of license books and found correct. Report of James Sulgrovo, county, attorney, was examined, approved aud ordered filed. ' v Board then appointed Charles. F. Green as public administrator, vice J. II. Dunlap, deceased; and Thos. B. Magee, coroner, vice W. H. Titus, deceased, and ordered that they each furnish bond iu the sum of eight thousand dollars: Adjourned to 2 p. m. - AFTERNOON SESSION. Board roassembled at 2 p. m , all members present. Cash in hands of treasurer, in cur­ rency, checks and bank statement, was thou counted and fouud correct, corresponding with balances, and treasurer’s report was approved and ordered filed. Report of G. W. Walker, justice of the peace, Marias township, was examined, approved aud warrant ordered drawn for costs incurred. Fmal reports of the several road supervisors wore then examined and approved and warrants were ordered for expenses incurred. Bid of James Rivers, for paintiug Dupuyor jail, for $30.00, was opened , and contract awarded him, he being the only bidder. Board then proceeded to consider road petitions presented, as follows:. Petition for a road beginning at Dupuyer and running thence to the. Marias bridge. Walter Mathews, E. E. Leech and Win, Cowgili were, appointed as viewers. Petition for a road beginning at southeast corner sec 29, tp 29 n,. range 7 w, on Steoll’s and Dupuyer road, north and nurtiioast- erly to a point on same toad. Wal­ ter Mathews, E. E. Leech and Win.. Cowgili wore appointed viewers. Petition for road beginning at quarter soctiou corner ono-fourth. mile west of center of section 17, tp- 29 n, r 7 w, thence northwesterly and north to old road. Waltor Mathews, E. E. Leech and F. D. Kingsbury were appointed viewers, Tho following wore laid over: Petition for a road beginning at center of west lines of section 0, tp 27 u, r 8 w, thence south 2\ miles. Petition for road beginning at Choteau and'Collins road at north­ east corner of section 7, tp 24 n, r 4 w> ** thence duo south about 4 mile. Petition for road beginning at Choteau and Collius road at north­ east corner section 7, tp 24 n, r 4 w, thence duo north two miles. Adjourned to 10 a. in., Juno 5. THIRD DAY. June 5y 1901. Board met at 10 a. m., all members present, aud ad­ journed to 2 p. in., iu order to enable - it to meet as a Board of Health. AFTERNOON SESSION'.' Board reassembled at 2 p. .m,, all members present, an 1 prcc ’( ded to audit claims against county. War- Continucd on second page.

Teton Chronicle (Choteau, Mont.), 14 June 1901, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/sn85053028/1901-06-14/ed-1/seq-1/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.