Everything in the line of
wearing apparel for the
Uo-To -Date Gentleman.
Stetson Hats, Florshiem
Cigars and Magazines.
Our Goods always Satisfy.
Roundup, ... Montana.
MILWAUKEE LIVERY BARN.
Excellent Rigs and
Special Attention to Homestead Parties.
Billings Stage Line. Leaves
Roundup every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday,.
Jas« Buclicy, Prop.
K on ml up, - - Montan«
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WIIAST & .1ACKSON, Fruprlfliir*.
Fine Liquors and Cigars
always on tap.
Siiuatt'd on Main Sired.
16C6M «acaaa 1 m (
I livnn Sc Company. |
nsu ranc e
Kouudup, Mont. *
The Johnson House
Newly Furnished Rooms, First-class Accom
modations. Full Line of Cigars & Tobaccos.
Agency for Billings Steam Laundry,
S. M. JOHNSON, Prop.
Roundup, . Montana.
The Roundup Record
W. EISEI.EIN, Editor and Publisher.
every Friday ut Roundup,
1:1.00 per year strictly in advance: fJ.Sü if :
Application marie for entry r.s s-eond
class niail mutter at the post office at
The. Local Roundup.
■Win. Bundy went to Helena la.-4
Friday on business, returning Wed
ClydeOtto of Canton, S. I»., was
town Tuesday looking over our
city with it view of locating.
Frank Philippe N at his former
position its clerk in Schrump's
store, iifter a short intermission.
Right Harvey, a rancher from
down the river near Musselshell
crossing, was a visitor here Wed
Christ Jensvold arrived here last
week from Baltic, S. I)., to esta
blish residence on his homestead
north of here.
The large* hoisting engine for the
Republic Coal Co. arrived this week.
The new machinery is being in
stalled as rapidly as possible.
T. 0. Ramsland of the Western
Townsite Co. with headquarters at
Terry, Mont., was here yesterday
with several prospective lot buyers,
The store building of I'. J. Calla
ban, north of The Record olliee is
rapidly nearing completion and will
be ready for oeeupaney in a week
Robinson & Martin are putting up
new building on Railway A ve. and
First street east which will he the
permanent home of "The Silver
C..J. Manuel, the head blacksmith
of Yhc Republic mine, moved into
his new residence on First street
east the fore part of--this week with
Ray Brothers h-aVe moved tlu-ir
building "The Miner" and in its
place are putting up a 20x40 struc
ture facing Railway Avenue and
Mrs. Thomas Smith and family
arrived here this week from Mis
souri to join Mr. Smith, the mail
stage driver between Musselshell
J. W. Frazer is erecting a 16x30
building-nn First street east in which
he will start a bakery and confec
tionery. I le expects to lie *?toing
business in about a week or ten
A. A. Newgard, a hardware man
from Mandai), N. I)., was here sev
eral days this week looking up a
location. He left again Tuesday
feeling very favorably impressed
The regulars and a scrub nine had
a set-to Sunday afternoon resulting
in a score sonvy^'i! favorable to
fDo icgulurs. Owr commiseration
for the scrubs prevents us from pub
lishing the figures.
Loncy it Dane- are building an
addition to their restaurant and
when completed will la- better able
to take care of their increasing pat
ronage. On Tuesday of this week
they served 207 people for dinner
(i. \V. Handel and Geo. Bach
man of Musselshell were in town
Wednesday going to and returning
from the meeting of the directors of
the Billings-Musselshell Telephone
Co. at Old Roundup Wednesday
J. 0. Tollman, who is opening a
general store directly across the
street from The Record ofliee, re
turned Tuesday from White Sulphur
Springs where he was formerly lo
eated in business. He expects his
stock of goods in a few days and
will be doing business in a short
Work was commenced last week
on tin* erection of a temporary
school house on Lot seven and block
seven, ip- the western part of town.
The building is to be 16x21 and will
have room enough to seat 36 pupils.
It is hoped to have it ready for the)
; opeiiing. of school next Monday,
; April 13. (Jeo. 11. Barnes has the
i contract of putting up the building!
; and furnishing the interior.
! - Immigrants are already pouring
1 into this part of Montana
i in a steady stream. The fore part
; of ibis week m \ uraj ears arrived here
from Canton, S. D., containing the
j effects of Win. Oppcrud, Geo. Tor-1
gerson, Don Hohlen and A. J.
; Wilson, who will at once take up!
Î their residence on their homesteads
! near here. These South Dakotans
! are a fine class of people and this
! country is fortunate in being able
- to acquire them as permanent resi
The Midland Coal & Lumber Co.
of Milts City is opening up a yard
at this point having received eight
cars of lumber this week. They
will have their sheds on the three
lots just north of the Montana Lum
Co. F. A. Appointa» will have
charge of the business here.
Roundup is fortunate in having
such an accommodating and oblig
ing a station agent as A. If. Davies,
lie is being almost deluged with
freight every day compelling hint
and his estimable wife to wori: like
Trojans in arranging things so busi
ness men can secure their ship
A. -T. Wilson arrived here Tues
day from Canton. 8. D., with a cur
load of household goods and is now
getting his residence on his claim in
readiness preparatory to moving.
Mr. Wilson has an excellent ICO
acres in See. 20. !)-].>, where he will
he joined by bis wife in about a
month to share in the joys of living
;<m a Montana homestead.
I). I*. Mumhrue, who has been
furnishing ties for the C. M. & Ht. 1*.
coast extension thru this section,
left with his wife Wednesday for
Honolulu. Mr. Mumhrue expects
to hid on a large tie contract with
the Southern Pacific who have
been experimenting with timber
from the Sandwich Islands for that
purpose with favorable results.
While at Old Roundup Wednes
day we had the pleasure of meet
ing Deputy Sherrill' J. L. Fisco.
T . , . .
( liir </* ( " l j V mvX Mi ' Km . ,K ^strand
«'ho figured very prominently m the
late tragedy resulting in the killing
(l f the horse-thief Bickford. Deputy
Kisco was the first to find and take
the trail of the slayer of Sheriff
Webb dogging him out of the hills
into the open thus making his cs
cape almost Impossible. Mr. Huy
was with the posse who corralled
Bickford in the sheep wagon and
was the lirst one to go up to the
wagon after it was riddled with bul
lets finding the horsethief dead.
Mr. (iuy, as one of the live who se
cured the body of Bickford will
come ill for one-fifth of the reward
of $.'1,000 which had been offered
for his Capture dead or alive.
EDWIN S. COOK
U. S. Commissioner
Yearly & Final Proofs
Sam B. Glenn.
Will be ready lor
business in about a
week. - - - -
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KOUNPt'J», - MONTANA.
Chas. E. Anstrom
Henry P. Nelson
Painting . . .
Wall Paper, Paints and
Get my estimates before
, letting your work.
MONTANA LUMBER CO.
Lumber, Sash, Doors, Shingles,
Brick, ''Stucco," Roofing, Build
ing Hardware, Paints-In fact
anything used in the building
line. Come and see us.
We Figure Estimates,
Large or Small.
MONTANA LUMBER COMPANY.
A. SHAW, Local Mgr.
I Roundup, Montana.
1 MILWAUKEECAFE AND LUNCH ROOM 1
Opposite C. M. & St. P. Depot.
First-class meals served at all hours.
Regular and Trancient trade
Full Line of Cigars and Con*
LONEY & DANCE Proprietors.
LIVERY, FEED & SALE
MARCYES & CRONIN,
and best equipped barn m
UNE IN CONNECTION.
'Every courtesy shown new settlers
Corner 1st Ave« and 1st Strec»t East.
RAY BROS. Props.
CORNER 1st ST. & RAILWAY AVb.
The Roundup Meat Market.
C. C. MORRIS, Proprietor.
Fresh and Salt Meats, Provisions,
Fresh Pork and other Sausages,
Butter, Eggs and Fish. - * -
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