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croscope to see Round up grow. VOLUME I .-NO. 5 The Roundup Record. EAST ROUNDUP, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1908 B OOST for Roundup and Roundup will boost you. $2.00 Per Year in Advance. MEN'S §••« MM Furnishings We have a com plete line of Longley Lanpher Patterson & Stetson HATS Sharood Gotzian & Foot Schulze Shoes We also handle SUMMIT Shirts, Slickers & Slicker Suits. Let us take your mearure for a Suit of Kutfuru Clothing. We keep nothing but the best. No trouble to show goods. Brown-OsborneCo. Roundup, Montand. AWW> rfWWVWWWWVWWWN 00000000000000000000000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 ♦ ♦ o ♦ o 0 ♦ 0 0 0 0 0 ♦ J. C. BUSH \ 0 4 « 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 < 00000000000000000000000004 JEWELER AND WATCHMAKER Repairing a Specialty. Roundup, Montana. Frank Stevens BARBER Shaving H aircutting M assaging Shampooing ROUXDIP, .MONTANA. EBB RAY BROS. Contractors and .... Builders. Estimates Furnished on Ap plication. All work guaranteed. ROUNDUP, - MONTANA. Employment Office V, H.'Mumbrue, Prop. Telephone Connection. Roundup. Montana. ! j i BRANCH TO PARK? C. M. & St. P. Said to Re Figuring on Building to National Park From Roundup. The rumor that the St. Paul road is going to build a branch line to the Yellowstone National Park and that the branch will be built from Roundup is gaining credence. It is said that a corps of engineers is now at work making a preliminary survey and the indications are that the Park branch will be constructed before the completion of the line to the coast. The projected line would insure a large passenger traffic for the St. Paul road the bulk of which lias heretofore boon enjoyed by the N. P. and there is no doubt but what the new road will make a strong bid for this business. It is a forgone conclusion that the line will be constructed sooner or later as it would be poor policy on the part of the St. Paul to overlook this strong attraction to the tourist. Besides this branch the St. Paul is said to be contemplating build ing to Lewistown, Great Falls and several other points in the northern part of til«» state thereby opening a vast stretch of territory and acting is feeders for the main line. J. W. Richardson Dies. On Monday evening, April 20, oc curred the death of Janies \V. Richardson at St.Vincent's hospital at Billings from appendicitis. Mr. lieliardson was a well known ranch er west of Roundup being a nieiii >cr of the firm of Woolfolk & liehardson. He was 48 years ol ige at the time of bis death having >een bom inLewistown, Mo. Coni ng to Montana in ISSU be locate« irst in Deer Lodge county and iiv< ears later in this section where 1 < 1 : 1 s remained ever since. The de eased was the only eye witness t< the killing of tin» late Sheriff Weld vliicli occurred March 24 on tin Volfolk and Richardson ranch, arm issisted materially in the pursuit o' lie murderer. He was an unmar ied man and is survived by an age« : IK »ther. He was a popular man an« lumbered his friends by the scon nanv of whom gathered to pa\ heir last respects to the departed. The funeral services were !iel«l Tues lay afternoon of last week in Pil ings the order of Elks of which tin leceased was a member having barge. Married in Missouri. Charley Ilarriman. who left son « veeks ago, returned on Monday's »assenger from the east with apart aer to share his joys and sorrows laving been married at his old lionu n Missouri. Mr. Ilarriman is wel m«l favorably known in East Round U» being employed in the Republi« mine, and is a young man of sterl bg qualities, fully capable of pro viding a home for his young bride. His bride, altlio unknown here, i said to be a refined young lady o many accomplishments and wil make an ideal helpmeet. Tin young couple well go t«» lious«*keep ing as soon as they can secure suit table quarters. The Record wafts its congratulations and wishes tin young couple all the happiness that goes with marital life. F. II. Blair, who will be associ ate«] with A. L. Haight in the Re public Pharmacy, arrived lier«' Moi day from Milwaukee. The build ing for the drug store is about com pleted and will !><• opended to tin public as soon as their stock arrives which will be in a few days. Mr. Blair, who is a graduate pharmacist, will have charge of the prescription work. The firm also expects to in stall an up-to-ilate s«t«la fountain and will conduct a first class esta blishment. Draws 90 Days for Stealing Guns. John Toben, the young man ;>< rested and tried before Judge Cook last Friday on the charge of steal two revolvers, was found guilty and sentenced to serve 90 days in the county jail at Lewistown. He was taken to Lewistown the same after noon by Deputy Sheriff Waldo to commence doing time. It i* thought now that the young man lias figured in several other shady deals in this vicinity and lie will undoubtedly be taken into custody' again immediately upon his rek'ase. A number of articles including tw< razors and several other things*: which have been identified by the I owner were found in Tohen's grip by Deputy Waldo. Shooting at Lewistown. Henry Francis, a prominent, rancher near Lewistown. is in a •ritical condition as a re sult of two bullet wounds inflicted I >y bis brother. A. S. Francis. The! litter is now out on $5,000 bonds' charged with first degree assult.j prominent business men of Lewis-1 town being bis sureties. The shoot ing took place Wednesday moi'iiingl of last week. and. according to fh, j accuse«!, was done in s -If «lea ns«', which story is partially substantial» «! by the wollildcd mail who wishes tae prosecution dropped and will lot appear against him should lie •eeover. It appears that the brothers' lad not been gelt ing along amicably I and on the day of the shooting laid j ju.arreled. the wounded man threat-1 aiing to kill his biotlcr. The Local Roundup. i Rev. Hurst went to Musselshell yesterday to conduct services there. The best place to get your pianos is the Art Music .Store, Lewistown. Fora good cup of coffee try a pound of Home Brand. At Mar 'ball's. W alter Ogle and family moved nto rooms back of the Marshall store this week. Mrs. C inniinon went to Mussel '!><*11 Wednesday for a short visit at that place. Ovren s famous Chocolates, made ii Billings, will be on sale in Rouiul ip next week. Arthur Wilson a brother of Mrs. H. Davies, arrived here last we«4< mm St. Paul, and is now acting as iclper in the depot. The land office at Lewistown is ■xperieneing a brisk rush there hav ng been 200 homestead entries luring the month of April. LoneyifcDance have completed the iddition to their restraunt and will ise it for sleeping rooms. They will mdoiibtedly find them much in «I«— mind. Mrs. Margaret Smith and Miss Minna Smith of Belle Plaine, la., irrived here Wednesday to establish •esidenee on their homesteads north »1 here. 1909 Calendars. Hold your « ir ions until you see The Record man. Ve will have a swell line of caicn lars in a short time and can save >ou money. Herman Glimmert was the lucky me t<> carry off the prize at the hunting gallery last week, his score icing 28. The prize was a Win licster rifle. Marshall's have ju»t received a arge shipment of Schilling's Best IV». Coffee, Raking Powder, Ex tracts and Spices. Your money back if you don't like the goods. Mrs.A.A.Meacham of Musselshell visited lier daughters Mrs. Steve Hamilton and Miss Susie, over Sun day. The Meacham family expects to remove to this place somethin next week. I es e«l j ' a11 | ed I : ! up of of •I. ol Aué. Schrump -l)enI(M' in General Merchandise Dry Goods, Groceries, Gent's Furnishing*, Hoots and Shoes, Glothing, Hardware. We Inlte OMpccial pride in oiir Hiileuilid line cl 1)11 V GOODS mid invite I lie ImiicM In call mul inspect nur stnel«. Strictly a One-Price Store. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. AUGUST . Corner Main St. & First Ave, Hound n p, »Moot ana« fvTjtoy; «s?» Messrs. .1« ilmsim am 1 McClellan sold lh«'ir shooting gallery in Ben Christopher who was formerly em ployed in the Milwaukee Cafe A Lunch Romn. Mrs.t )) a f Jens void aml.M ary.lciisvnlil. mother and sister nf Olaf .Iciisvold arrived here from Canton. S. |).. \\ I'diicsday and will remain here during the summer. . .lohn Lawrence. Win. Corcoran. Geo. Nickelson and Richard Lucas arrived here from Sand Coni« e Wed nesday and expect to make Ibis their futher home. They will bring their families here to reside. Part nl the stock for tlie new drug store has arrived and Haight «V P.l air expect In open up fur business immediately upon the arrival of (lie remainder of their goo Is which will be in a few «bus. riicre will lie a meeting of the ladies of Fast Rmuulup next Tues day at the home of Mrs. S«4irmnp lor the purpose of organizing a Ladi Fveryliody interest - be present ;it the es A id Si iciet y, e«l is urged to meeting. There will be a «lance in the new drug store building tnm<>tT<>w (Sat urday) night. Everybody is enrdi a11 y invited to attend. Fx«<4lent music will be liirnished ami an en joyable time is assureil those who will attend. John S. Flaherty of Fort Dodge, la., was in town this week looking over prospects for opening a bank at this place. Hi was highly plca.-i d with our city and immedia'e v mad« arrangements for a lot on which to erect a building. South Dakota people are interested in the propos ed bank together with a number of local men. Roundup will now have two banks in the very near future : J. Q. Adams, president of the ; Milwaukee Land Co., was in Round up several days this week. While here he sol«l a number of lots and translated other business in eonnec tion with the townsite. Mr. Adam' told a representative of The Reeon that T. A. Marlow of Helena, on« of the men interested in the First National Bank of Roundup to In established here, is now in Wash ington to secure a charter and tha the bank will be doing business m side of two weeks. Other men in terested in the liai»!; are Mr. Calken of Helena, general freight and pas nger .gent of the C. M. & St. P.. •I. <>. I «lams, M. M. Klein of this ol m and several more. « L AV r L probably haven't got the nicest store building in town at present but we HAVE (JOT the BEST LINE of.......... fti'AfPripf Wc carry the 'amous Home Brand Ui ULCI ICj Groceries, Schilling's' eat Co Tees, Ex tracts and Spices, CereLtra Hour. These goods al ways satisfy. hir line of Summit Brand Shi ids and Furnishings for I cd. 's fhe best made. It is an good fitting shoe. cntlemcn cannot be Cl 11 IKK looki The Mayer easy, good have them. Hats : ; I lie Patterson Hat is the Acme of style anti wearing qualities -the hat for the up to-date dresser. A complete line of House Furnishings such as Bede ing, chairs, tables, kitch etc. en cabinet; We handle 'he Zenith line of hard ware made by Marshall-Wells Hard ware Co. of Duluth. 1 he best goods at the lowest prices. Harness & Saddles Goods with the Zenith brand on them can be depended upon. Our harness and saddles have them. Wagons & Buggies gies in stock. 1 hey are made to wear We buy in large quantities and are prepared to give elose prices. ROUNDUI HARLOWTON MARTINSDALE ^ GRANT & HARDEN Contractor® & Builders, Koun«lr»p, Montana.