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VOLUME I .--NO. 13
ROUNDUP, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1908
$2.00 Per Year in Advance.
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MEN'S
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Furnishings
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Ruaaiup, Mcnlnun.
i EDWIN S. COOK
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[ Land Filings
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Contests
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Roundup, Montana.
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PROGRAM FOR
THE FOURTH
Arrmigemnitfi About Completed for
r. (»rar.il Old i itne ail Hoiiudiip
on Nations Rirthday.
The committees or» the various
events and attraoiions lor tlie great
eelehration at Roundup have been
working Irani the part few weeks
in looking after their respective
duties, \nangoments are now a
hout completed for the biggest time
Roundup will se» for several moons.
The day will commence as us
ual with a salute of 100 guns at
sunrise and will he a continual
round of pleasure all day.
The program of the day will he
substantially as follows subject to
; change to suit conditions:
FOKKNOON
; 9:00 Big Industrial Parade.
9:90 Heading of Declaration of In
dependence.
Address by Hon.Iv.fi.Warden
10:00 Cun Club Tournament.
11:00 Foot Hates
100 Yard Dash.
Hoys' Pace, hoys under 12
Cirls Haee, girls under 12
12 M. Tug of War.
Miners vs. Citizens.
I ' AFTERNOON
2:00 Horse Races.
600 Yard Free-for-all
900 Yard Pony Haee.
i-4 Mile Saddle Horst 1 ran
1-2 Mile Haee.
9:00 Baseball < Same.
4:00 Bucking Broncho Contest.
EVENING
7:00 Dance.
9:00 Fireworks.
$ö.00 entrance fee in free-for-all
! and one-half mile races. Three to
! start.
The purses for the different events
Will lie announced later and will he
proportionate to the amount of
money raised to defray expenses.
Come to Boundup to celebrate as
no pains or expense will be spared
; to show you a good time.
FIRST DAILY MAIL.
First Mail on the C. M. & St. P. Reaches
Roundup Monday—Much Rejoicing
Daily mail service on the C. M.
j & St.P. is at last an actual fact the
lirst mail having come in on Mon
day's train and the people of Bound
have much reason to feel elated
over the improvement. Regular
mail service lias been inaugurated
between Miles City and ilarlowton
the mail being put up at these two
points and pouches made up fot the
! different towns along the line. Ry
this arrangements mail intended lor
j intermediate points will lirst go to
either Miles or Ilarlowton and 1 hence
forwarded to its destination. This
method will prevail until regular
ears will be put on* which will prob
ably be some time. The baggage
man now lias charge of the pouches.
Bids have been advertised for
carrying the mail lip from the depot
but up to this time no appointment
lias been made. Arthur Wilson of
the depot force is mail carrier foi
j the present until a permanent ap
pointment is made.
! To Congressman Cray, who has
I been instrumental in bringing about
the now service, is due much credit
for his efforts. The citizens of
I Roundup are truly thankful to him.
And incidentally The Record claim
some little credit for starting and
: maintaining the campaign for better
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NEW IMPROVEMENTS
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C. M. & St. P. Makes Several Needed
Improvements at This Place.
The C. M. & St. I*, has been busy
the past week making improvements
in their property at Roundup. The
depot has received a coat of paint
greatly mehaneing its appearance
and 11 it* platform has been extend
ed on both sides. The foundation
for a large water tank just east of
the depot has been finished and as
soon as the concrete sets work will
commence on tin supi rstructiirc.
The grades for the new "Y" have
been completed and tracklaying is
in progress. At the end of die "Y"
the track has been extended several
hundred feet and a large stock yard
built.
All these improvements augur
well for Roundup and give it the ap
pearance of quite a railroad center.
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NOR DAHL GETS
Alleged Slayer of Schleuter 1 'iiiiiily
is I'otiud fsislliy and Senlcire. d
(;» I.ife Imprisonment.
Wyre the characters of one of
Conan Doyle s Sherlock Holmes do-j
tactive stories to step from (he pages
of fiction into real life, they could
not form a more intensely interest
ing story than that involved in the
trial of Ole Nordalil at Lowistown.for
the murder of Mrs. Bertha Schleu
ter. and her four children. The
story developed in brief is as follow
Previous to the night of the mur
dor and fire. Jan. 16, relations be- 1
tween Nordalil and Sclileutors, while !
at one time friendly.according to wit- i
nesses.had grown the reverse of eor
died. ThoKehk utor ranch lies on the
Musselshell some 1 Ö or 20 miles be
low the crossing.
John Mullinbrook, stopping for'
the night with Andrew Anderson, a
neighbor of Sehleuter, discovered
the Schleuter home on lire, llewith
others immediately repaired to the
scene hut could learn nothing, and
taking for granted that the family
had found shelter with some other
neighbor,they returned. In the mom
ing. the gruesome sight showed he- j
youd doubt that not only the motli
er. but four children: Martha, aged
14, Ida aged 9. Elizabeth age 6. and
Fred age 4. los( their lives.
Footprints led from the ruins to
the warehouse, which was broken
open. All the coal oil, which was
kept i.i the warehouse, was missing
and the odor from the ruins, beside
two empty cans, showed hut toooon
elusively where it had gone,
The foot prints were made hy two
left overshoes, and on searching
Nordalil s place, two left arctics were
found, which exactly fitted the im
print. They further led to a spot
where* a horse had been standing
and the hoof marks compared exact
ly to such an imprint made !*y Nig.
one of Nordald's saddle horses.
A search of the Nordalil premises re
vealed in addition to tie. .dorrs,.id
overshoes, overalls covered with
blood and coal oil. and adhering to
iht* former, human hair from an a
dlilt woman.
To the shrewdness of Att'y.Roy F.
Ayers, is due th<> finding of these im
portant points of circumstantial evi
dence. llewith FrankK.Smith repre
sented the stale, and the opening of
the ease by Smith Tuesday was
masterly in its clear cut conciseness
The defense w as no less aide, Messrs.
Beiden and! luntoon officiating. Mr.
Beiden among other things stated
that it ban not been proven that Mrs.
Schleuter had been murdered, and
that if so, that there was nothing to
connect Nordalil with the crime,
lie further strongly brought out the
fact that Nordald's previous behav
ior had always been good.
Judge ( beadle's charge to the
jury was considered fair and if any
thing to favor tla* prisoner. Never
theless the verdict was murder in
the first degree. A life sentence was
pronounced 10 a. m. June 29rd.
Hie defense has made application
for a second trial.
Lo^al Happenings.
Paint up and clean up!
J. B. Nation was a passenger to
Miles City Tuesday.
For shorthand and typewriting
call on Jameson & Haw.
Most of the business places have
put up awnings the past week.
The country was treated to an
other drenching rain Saturday night.
The F. M. Wall store on Main
street is being pushed forward rapid
ly.
C. D. Miller of Melstone was
transacting business in tow n yester
day.
Masons are at work on the vault
for the First National Bank of
Roundup.
All the conduits combined and
soda water that is bound to satisfy.
Republic Pharmacy.
Jeweler Bush returned yesterday
from a trip down the line to Mile
stone an»l other points.
It has not rained for almost a
week now. Another week and we
will f»e meeting the I-told-you-so"
gent.
Mr. and Mrs C.F. Brenn. Mr, and
Mrs. C. B. Burke. Mr. lb v. itt and
daughter, Mrs. McCoy, left here
yesterday on a trip to Hewistown.
Mrs. Burke will stop off at Harlow-;
ton to visit friends.
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General Merchandise
It you need some
flour try a sack of our
White Lily Flour
It is made from Choice
No. 1 Hard North Dak
ota Wheat and has no
equal, your money hack
if not satisfactory.
Corner Main St. rn I 1st Ave
ROUNDUP, MONT.
TAFT TOR PRESIDENT
Chicago convention Puts Taft and Sher
man on National Ticket.
The Republican party amid dig
nified enthusiasm, held its great
convention at Chicago in Coliseum
Hall last week. The doors were
thrown open at 10.90 a. m. June 16
an 1 990 delegates streamed in.
Senator He;ivy Cabot Hodge was
chosen permanent chairman.
<Intside the ratification of the pol
icies of Rooscvt It, there was little nl
interest the lirst day. The enthusi
asm reached its bight when Senator
Hodge, in a notable speech the sc
eound day, spoke a glowing eulogy
on Roosevelt, and bis administration.
Then followed a demonstration last
ing 19 minutes, during which Mrs.
Alice Rooscvt ll Hongsworth, who
sat in the gallery was moved to
tears, also two dignified delegates
from Oklahoma struggled for the
struggled for the possession of a
stuffed Teddy dear. The balloting
was too onesided to hohl inter
est. Hodges speech while full of
praise for Roosevelt, discouraged
any attempt on the part of would-,
bo-third termers. But the best thing
they could do to show their feeling '
in the matter, would he to carry out
Roosevelts w ishes and vote for Hon
Will. Taft of Ohio. Taft was chosen
hy a large majority for presidential
candidate of Republican party,while
for vice president James Sherman
of New York
votes.
bii'-en hy SIC»
Mrs. Max Sehlec was up from Muss
elshell yesterday looking after busi
ness in connection with the hotel
they are putting up here.
Carl N. Tompson and W. M. Ream
forming the Musselshell Hand &
Cattle Co., this week bought the
< 'ircle Bar ranch on Klatwillow creek
about 7,0 miles north of Roundup.
The ranch comprises an area of
690 acres and is one of the finest
ranches in 1 he country controlling
the range for 7>0 square* miles. The
consideration was $9.7,00.
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REPUBLIC PHARMACY
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Bequette & Thayer
Contractors & Builders
ESTIMATES miMSIlKU FREE OK
CHARGE
We make a specialty of re-enforced
Brick & Stone Buildings.
ROUNDUP,
MONT.
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Marshall's
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Groceries
Dry Goods
Gent's Furnishings
Shoes
Hats
Furniture
Caskets
Hardware
Harness & Saddles
Wagons & Buggies
Farm Implements
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Paints
And Everything
MARSHALL
ROUNDUP HARLOWTON MART1NSDALE
GRANT & HARDEN
Contractors & Builders.
ltoumlup, Montana*

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