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VOLUME 1.—NO. 6
EAST ROUNDUP, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MAY
$2.00 Per Year in Ad van
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MEN'S
Furnishings
We have a com
plete line of
Longley
Lanpher
Patterson
& Stetson
HATS
Sharood
Gofzian &
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-Osborne Co.
Roundup, Montana.
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J. C. BUSH
JEWELER AND
WATCHMAKER
Repairing a Specialty.

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Montana
Roundup,
Frank Stevens
BARBER
i:\vtng
Ilaircutting
Massaging
•Shampooing.
MONTANA
ISol N It
RAY BROS.
Contractors
and ....
Builders.
Estimate
AP
Furnished
plicate >n.
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KoUNDU
Montana.
Employment
Office
V. 11. Mumliruf*, l'rnp.
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Uouatlup.
Montana.
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KNIGHTS OF THE
SAW ORGANIZE
Form ti Local Union I«* Prolocl
flipir ItightM nail Uphold
Fight Hour Day.
The carpenters of East Roundup
who met several weeks ago to or
ganize a local union, received their
charter this week recognizing them
as a part of the United Brotherhood
of Carpenters and joiners of Ameri
ca and will hereafter he known as !
Local Union No. 1783. Geo. Olm
stead has been elected temporary
j president and E. H. Elsman score-1
11 ary, permanent officers to be chosen !
! at some future meeting. The union !
will meet every lirst and third Sat
urday in the month.
Considérable scabbing has been
going on here in direct violation of
I union principles and the local men
! have found the move toward organ
j ization necessary. Carpenters have
; been shipped in from the East not
: familiar with conditions here who
I have been in the habit of disregard
I ingtbeeight-hourlaw, which obtains
in this state, and also working for
less than the smiIc* which has had
a tendency to demoralize wages in
general. The working man of to
day is entitled t > a fair compensa
tion fur his labor and an eight-hour
day. which is not only provided by
law. hut recognized in all trades,and
the union men feel that this discri
mination is unfair. The union docs
not deny a man the right to come
litre to earn a living, hut docs in
I sist that lie alliliate with them and
live up to union principles, thereby
I protecting his own rights and those
of his follow workingmen, as well
as slutting out incompetent men.
At a meeting of the union Wed
nesday evening the following reso
lutions were adopted ill regard to
the eight-hour dav:
KKSOl.l'TK >N'S
Bk it UKSol.VF.l) That we, the un
dersigned. recognize and uphold the
eight-hour law in the city of Round
up. Montana.
Bi: IT Kl'IÎTl I KIÎ RKSOJ.YKI) That
we declare anyone unfair that is op
posed to it.
Dated this nth day of May 1808.
John If. Grant, John Lawrence,
Ray Bros.. A. J. Murray. W. E.
Porres. M, !.. Stone. John II.
Swisher. J. 1*. Harden. And. E.
Aspel und. W. E. Keller, M. W.
Banks, Ed. Johnson, Frank (Seisser,
IL W. Smith. M. J. McDonald.
Geo. Olmstcad, J. E. Spidell, Joe
Y. Spidell, Tlios. Xew
i man. T. McCullough. W. Knapp,
j E. 11. Elsman. J. W. Erazer, B. E.
Xi Chapin, Win. IL Coburn.
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Young Marlin Knocked Out..
The sporting gentry of Roundup
enjoyed a short but swift boxing
contest Monday evening in the new
Crane building between Young
Martin of Billings and the "Peoria
Kid" of Peoria. 111. Tim match
was painfully short lived lasting
only one round and resulting in the
putting out of business of the pugi
list from the city on the Yellowstone
by a sharp rap on the jaw. The
contest started out with every evi
dence of being a good light but the
Kid ' from the east was evidently
oo quick of action and aggressive
for Young Martin, and when he
landed on the latter's lower maxiliar
Martin sunk to the floor and staid
there while the referee slowly counted
ten with no attempt to get up and
renew the combat. Kitin' r the " IV
oria Kid had Y "ting Martin badly
worsted < r eise it was one of those
, eut-and-dried affairs.
! Tlie preliminary wrestling and
boxing n>at< hen wi-rr more interest
ing Mid exeiling than the principal
i event. Otto Wilson took two falls
out of three with the fanion- "Saw
lust Kill" in a good mute!, both
gentlemen showing considerable
skill and seit nee in the mat art.
The boxing match between "Batt
ling" Nelson and" N.ovey" was also
good being declared a draw. Frank
Leahy of O'Neil. Nebraska acted as
refer..*-* for the different events.
The 1«,
i- the At
t place to get vour pianos
Music Store. Lewistown.
a good cup ot coffee try a
Ilome Brand. At Mar
pound of
shall',.
Bear in mind that Marshall's
will have a carload of furniture
here in a few days and will
he in a position to save you
money on any article needed in that
! line.
DAILY
SERVICE SOON
Congressman i'ray Takes Up Mn!
1er of ltegu!ar Mail Service
Willi the Department.
! ceipt of
X. Pray
addressi
Houge of Representatives l
! Washington 1) C
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The petition which was recently
circulated in East Roundup for im
proved mail service has already horn
fruit and powers arc now at work
bring about the desired change.
The editor of The Record is in rc
! letter from lion. Charles
to whom the petition was
1, which reads as follows:
s.
15)08.
Mr. A. W. Eiselein.
East Roundup, Mont.
Dear Sir:—
1 just received your letter enclos
ing petition, signed by a large uum
| lier of citizens of East Roundup,
: asking me to use my influence with
the Post Oiliee Department for the
establishment of regular mail service
I on the C. M. St. I'. R. R.
1 have carefully noted the contents
I of your letter and the petition and
: shall be pleased to take up this
; matter at once with the Department
: and do the best 1 can to assist in
I carrying out the wishes of the citiz
ens of East Roundup. . h will also
clip from the paper the articles you
have written in reference to this
matter and send them in to the
Department in order that the Ollic
ials there may fully understand the
public inteiest that is being taken
in the proposed change of service.
Very truly yours.
Cn,\s. X. PKW.
i As soon as mail service is cstub
j lisiied on the train all mail intended
! for 1 nth ihe old ai'd new town will
; he handlid at the local postolliee
thus eliminating all liklihood of
mixups.A rumor is in circulation to
tlie « lici t that the oflicc at < )ld
Roundup is to he abolished and a
rural fret* delivery route established
up Half Breed creek from here,
which would give those people a
much better service than they are
now getting. Another move is said
to be on foot to bave the local oiliee
and statum changed to an entirely
different name. Eitler change
would be preferable to the present
condition of things, and something
of this sort will undnuhtly be lone
as soon as the new servi • • is estab
lished.
Pleasant Social Event.
The dance given last Saturday
evening in the new drugstore build
ing proved a decided success and
was unboubtehly the crowning fea
ture of the social doings of East
Roundup thus far. Over liftv num
bers were sold which would show
that fully a hundred people were
present to participate in tlie event,
it being a matter of general suprisc
where all the fair ladies came from.
There were people present from
Musselshell. Elso, Ilarlowton and
other distant places who all voted
that they had if most pleasant time.
The music furnished by the Marcey
es orchestra assisted by Otto Wilson
and Mrs. J. B. Ryan, was par excel
lent. and the dancers enjoyed them
| selves to the fullest extent until the
i last familiar strains of old "Home
| Sweet Home" died away. Supper
j was served at the Milwaukee Cafe
and pronounced excellent by all
j who partook of the midnight meal,
Mr. and Mrs. Haight and Mr. E. II.
! Blair, as hosts and hostess, did ev
rything in their power to make the
affair a success and strained < very
effort in seeing that their guests en
joyed themselves.
A Fine Art Bridle,
"Cal" Millard last week received
a horsehair bridle which had been
made by inmates of tlie penitentiary
at Deer Lodge and which was sent
to him by an old friend who is serv
ing a seven year term there for per
jury in an endeavor to shield a pal
who was being tried for murder.
The bridle is of superb workman
ship and shows to a marked degree
how well the artistic talent of some
p the convicts have been developed.
This kind of work has for many
a ve . irH ), een ;l source of pride to the
: inmates of the Deer Lodge penitent
iary and ii this bridle is a criterion
, of their work they are certainly not
to be excelled in that line. The
bridle in question is made entirely
of horsehair <lycd in various colors
and interwoven into a pretty mosaic
j pattern tirai is a piece of art not uf
hi
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Ucalri
i ieneral AI ore lia ml iso
Dry (iuods, Cirooorios, (soul's I'uriiishiiigs,,
Deals ami Shoos. Clothing, Hardware.
Wr lal»«* rapc-cial pride
ia nur Nplriiditl lino id
DRY GOODS
mill i«i\ it«* tin* Imfirs to rail
and iiiHjieet our Mach.
Siridly a One-Price Store.
Satisfaction gaarnatecci on* ilioiiev refunded.
AUGUST SCHRUMP
Corner Main SI. <& Firsl Ave.
lfomidup 4 - Montana.
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ten met with. It can only
jeetured how many hours, days.
Weeks and even mouths of tedious
laboi it took to make the bridle.
"Cal" prizes the gift highly at
would fain part with it. hut he h
decided to rallie il the pro
turned over to the benefit of tl
I convict. Tlie lucky winner will gi
a piece of art work of which I
may well feel proud of.
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Local Happenings.
Bay Bushnel! went to Lavimi
sterility to do some survi ving.
Mrs. M. A Bcrrigan went l<
iwton yesterday for a short
Deputy Sheriff Baighmd of
F
town several
Lew
dues
ot to
of the
hrnq
-tore:
istown wa
last week.
A movement is on In
about the early closin;
in East Roundup.
Miss Rridgic Holland reports that
school work is going along nicely
there being 31 pupils enrolled.
Edison \ ielor and Columbia
Phonographs and 3000 records on
hand at the exclusive Art Music
Store. Lewistown.
Beam & Osborne are putting up
an office building on Main street
between Glenn's Barber shop and
< hwh.tin's saloon building.
Geo. B. Barnes went to Lavina
last Saturday where lie has a con
tract to put up an oiliee building
for the Milwaukee Land < '<».
A special ear containing some of
high ollieials of tlie St. Raul
was sidetracked here Sunday eve
ning leaving again Monday going
West.
If you ar* 1 fond of reading short
stories don't overlook the <»«Hoping
Dick tale in this issue of The Record.
Complete in one issue. Its a good
one too,
'Ihe baseball hoys playi I two
short practice* games Sunday after
noon between a scrub nine and an
other nine composed of some of the
slept hoys,
Marshall's have just received a
1 irge shipment of Schilling's Best
Tea, Coffee, Baking Powder, Ex
tracts and Spices. Your money
hack if you don't like the goods.
Rev. Hurst will conduct services
in the school house Sunday after
noon from three n, four o clock and
in the evening in the Miner's Din
ing Hall. Sunday school after the
afternoon services.
Rev. Hurst returned from
stone Wednesday and is ports
the division town is enjoying i
active building boom. A
hotel, several stores, and
buildings are already going up.
A party consisting of Messrs. Harp
and Boise of Iowa Falls, Iowa, Jim
W ilson of Boy.don. X. I)., and Bert
Harris of Bowman. X. D.. arrived
here yesterday. Mr. Harris has a
homestead near here while the rest
will take up a quarter sec tion of
Unc le Sam's soil while here.
Mcl
thut
very
large
< it her
but
i probably haven't go; the nicest
store building in town :u present %
we HAVE COI' the
LINE of
Groceries
W
c earrv
the
.anions
Dome Brand
tracts and Spices, Ceretan.i
ways satisfy
Groceries, Schilling's f cas Coffees, Ex
Flour. he sc goods al
C)wr Une »
Shirts and
gentlemen cannot he equalled.
I he Mayer shoe is he best
easy, good looking, good
Summit Br;
Fur fishings
i n d
for
Shoes
We have
ma de.
fittin;
It is an
shoe.
them.
Hats
The Patterson Hat is the Acme of style
and wearing qualities—the hai for the up
to-date dresser.
Furniture
en cabinets,
A complete line of House Furnishings
such as Bedding, chairs, tables, kitch
ctc.
Hardware
We handle the 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. They
We have the
cv Möline wagons, cv
arc made to wear.
Studebakei
V, mm.
We buy in large quantities and
prepared to give close prices.
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GRANT & HARDEN
Contractors & Builders:
Hound up« Montana«

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