Everything in the line of
wearing apparel for the
Stetson Hats, Florshiem
Cigars and Magazines.
Our Goods always Satisfy.
Roundup, ... Montana.
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LWAUKEE LIVERY BARN.
Excellent Rigs and
da! Attention to Hon estead Parties.
Also proprietor of Roundup
Billings Stage Line. Leaves
Roundup every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
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Best of Beer always on tap.
SiLutiled on Main Slroel.
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Painting . . .
Wall Paper, Paints and
Gei my estimates before
lei ting your work.
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Chas. E. Anstrom
; Estimates Furnished.
If you are looking for a lo*
! cation come to Roundup.
We need you.
The Roundup Record
A. W. EISELEIN, Editor and Publisher.
•very Friday at KounJup,
p, r year strictly in advance; fï.DO it not
Application made for i-i'try as s
clcsi mail matter Ht the post ott;
In Inis, its initial issue.The Round
up Record, starts on its task of
Roosting and advancing the Mu- !
shell country in general and Round
u]>, its metropolis, in particular. :
\\ hile The Record, in its present
form, may not come tip quite to the
expectation of some of our readers,
it must be taken into consideration
that we h ive been laboring under
unusual difficulties in getting out
.this issue. A broken press, mater
ial delayed in transit and other
hindrances incidental h> launch
ing I* naper, besides the large
amount of labor necessary to get
our plant into shape, have all eon
•tributod their share in diminishing
the size of this is«ue. As soon as
circumstances permit we will try
to publish a paper that will he a
credit to our city as well as to our- !
selves, feeling assured that our cf
forts in that direction will be
Roundup, by virtue of its splen
did natural resources—mineral, agri
eulural, timber and ranching—has
the making of a city of no mean
importance and size, and it will he
the aim ami objet t f The Record,
leaving aside personal interests, to
aid as much as lies within ils power
in the development of these ro
We believe that the enter
prising citizens of our embyro city
bave il within their power, by unity
and harmony in action, to place
Roundup in the lead, of any of the
cities of this section of the state.
Toward this end The Record will
cheerfully lend its columns at all
times and work unceasingly until
the goal is reached.
While The Record is not launched
• for the purpose of furthering the in
terests of any particular politician,
in or out of office, we feel it our
duty to discuss political questions
lor the iiuformation of our
readers, and whenever we do so. it
® will be-in a fair and impartial man
ner. Our opinion will Ire based on
our liest judgment to which we cx
9 peet to stick until shown that we
£5 are wrong. The Record editor be
iieves tli.it the ideal American citizen
of today is one who thinks inde-j
pendently—one who does not blind- 1
ly follow any would-be party leader ■
or boss regardless of consequences
to bis country and fellowmcn.
Tliis independent spirit of
saying a kind word for us when so !
disposed will be greatly appmi- ;
ated, and we in turn will endeavor!
to reciprocate the favors whenever!
tl ,e j
American voter is the safeguard of
our nation and this spirit The Re
cord will endeavor to' 'oster.
Any courtesy shown the Record
man in handing in news items or
Yellowstone county are raising a ;
A. W. K IS KLEIN
Tribute to Sheriff Webb.
The old soldiers of Billings and
fund by public subscription for the
erection of a monument as a tribute
to the memory of the late .Sheriff
lames T. Webb, who was shot and ! *
killed by the horsethief, Bickford,
whom he had arrested. The cause,
is a most worthy one and should : *
meet with the hearty approval and |
assistance of the citizens of that 1
county. Mr. Webb was a publie
official of more than usual merit
and it is but befitting that a monu-
ment be erected to his memory
showing to the world the esteem !
in which he was held and as a
mark of appreciation of his services,
as a peace official. J
The Roundup Orchestra played ;
at a dance in Lavina Wednesday of j
last week. The music furnished by !
this organization is of a high grade ;
and their services will tuuloubtly be '
much in demand.
Roundup to Have Fast Aggregation of
Ball Tossers for 1908 Season.
Roundup will com > to the
with a crack baseball nine this «< ;i .
.-•on ii present indication.« are to he
, taken at their face value. There
seem.« to he an ahundance of good;
material to draw from, and together ;
with the enthusiasm displayed hv.
the fans, it is evident that some-!
thing out of the ordinary will he
done in this line. At a meeting of
the hasehall enthusiasts in Martin
Bros." store Sunday evenin
: ganization for the
m or- ;
season was ;
perfected and it is safe to say that |
with these energetic gentlemen at
the head Roundup will not want for:
an occasional exhibition of the na
tional game in first class style i
for the amusement of our citizens'
and the discomfiture of its antago- •
nists. Utorge Osborne was elected I
manager and W. II. Coburn, call
tain. Committees on suits and
funds were appointed which are toi
report at the next meeting.
Anybody wishing to try for the !
team should apply to either the!
manager or captain and make his,
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Home baked bread, pies and
cakes. Mrs. Minnie Cook. North ■
An insignificant knocker from !
the inside can do more harm than : !
a hundred outsiders of the same ]
class. j*e a booster.
The Record is now in a position ;
to do all kinds of commercial job ;
work. We would like an opportun- '
ity to show you what we can do in '
,!l ' s
W. J. Nix. roadmaster of the
M. & St. I'., who is stationed at
this place, has the distinction of he
ilig the first actual subscriber of
A. L. Haight commenced the
erection of a 20x10 store building
on Main street this week which he
will occupy with a complete fine of
drugs and sundries upon completion.
II. E. Marshall lias bought the
old railroad commissary building
south of the tracks which he is
having moved to his place of busi
ness on Main street where lie will use
' l as il " ;U ' e house.
A company consisting of several
ranchers, north of Roundup, reoiev
ed a steam plowing outfit this week
which they will use in breaking a
large tract of land, ('onsiderable
farming w ill tio done 'this year in
1 the lake country which is most fav
■ orubly adapted to the raising of all
kinds of grains,
House at this place, was in town
Thursday. He was accompanied,
by his wife who is recieving medi
cal treatment here having been ail- '
ing for some time. Mr. Schlee in
! forms us that h „ iute „ds to return in
; thv nea r future to engage in businesss.
Errin ^rkyns, -who has been cm
I Max Schice of Musselshell, form
j erly manager of the Miners' Eating
ployed at Mumbruis tie camp west
of town, was kicked by a horse last
Sunday and died from his injuries [
Tuesday afternoon, after being
brought to town for medical aid.
His remains were buried in the ceme
tery at Old Roundup, Wednesday.
; Latol . j, was learned that he had
a father living in the East.
L. II. Mickel, of Bozeman, pre-j
! * iding elder of d '° Yellowstone Dis
trict of the M. E. church, was in |
town Friday. He was accom-i
: * M,,,ied b >* Hev - C. X. Hurst of Sand ;
| Coule >'' who has been a PP° int «l to ,
1 ,ukt ' eharg0 of the work herc and at !
j Musselshell. Mr. Hurst will preach *
I here »Sunday, April 12th and at
! Musselshell. April 7.
Thompson & Bushnell had the
! formal opening of their pool hall j
and confectionery Thursday even- j
ing. Their place of business is to !
J be known as "Thé Roundup" which
j is a catchy and appropriate name. '
; The pool room is equipped with ;
j three fine tables and the confection- '
! cry stock is complete in e 5 very de- j
; tail. The Record wishes the firm ;
' unbounded success which they are
I certain to "attain.
Lumber, Sash, Doors, Shingles,
Brick, "Stucco," Roofing, Build
ing Hardware, Paints-In fact
anything used in the building
line. Come and see us.
I w e Figure Estimates,
Large or Small.
MONTANA LUMBER COMPANY. j
A. SHAW, Local Mgr. I
Roundup, Montana. 2
I MILWAUKEE CAFE AND LUNCH ROOM j
► Opposite C. M. & St. P. Depot. |
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\ First-class meals served at all hours.
► Regular and Trancient trade
I Full Line of Cigars and Con
f LONEY & DANCE Proprietors.
I Roundup, Montana.
LIVERY, FEED & SALE
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MARCYES & CRONIN. Props.
The largest and best equipped barn in
CITY DU AY LINE IN CONNECTION.
Every courtesy shown new settlers and
Cor nor 1st Avc mul 1st. Street East.
RAY BROS. Props.
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CORNER 1st ST. & RAILWAY AVE.
THE ROUNDUP MEAT MARKET
Will be opejt for business
Monday* April 6th.
C. C. MORRIS, Prop. -
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