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Queen City of the Great Musselshell Valley. VOLUME I.— NO. 21 The Roundup Record ROUNDUP, MONTANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1908 F ERGUS county is the land of promise and op portunity. $2.00 Per Year in Advance The New BOSTON Store Dry Goods r WE SELL FOR Cl And vi ill make you the lowest prices on anything in our line .... the off in ; ed ! . as , of ■"> l < I Ail New, Clean Goods. <15® Main Street. J a Watch for hand hills announcing BIG CUT PRICE SALE of F. M. Wall Co. After loosing al out half a doz en games consecutively the Miners finally walloped the Town Boys to the tune of 10 to ö last Sunday. It was an interesting game and replete with good playing. Geo. W. Handel and Geo. Bach man of Musselshell stopped olT here Wednesday while on their way home from a meeting of the Bil- ; lings-Musselshell Telephone Co..at | Lavinu. Neither of the gentlemen ] had been here since early in April and thev expressed surprise at the : rapid growth of the city in that short time. They caught a freight for Musselshell the same evening. Art Wilson opened his cigar fae* 1 fory Monthly morning and lias been turning out the weed at a lively ! clip all week. He already has enough orders to keep him busy for a considerable length of time, and i from all appearances will enjoy a nice business. His brands will he ! known as the Roundup Leader ami LaPreona, both ten centers, and and nothing but the best grade of to bacco will he used in their makeup. Rev. W. W. Van Orsdel, district superintendent of Great Fails. Rev. Chas. D. Crouch, pastor of First M. E. church of Great Falls, and Rev. Dr. A. G. Kynet, secretary of Board of Church Extension Society of Philadelphia, stopped off he tween trains Thursday on their way to attend the annual conference of the M. E. church at Miles City. All were well pleased with the outlook of our new town, ami steps will soon be taken towards erecting the new church at this place. DRAKE TAKES TWO GAMES Bunch From the Flickertail State Defeat Locals in Two Games—Some Good playing. 1 The Drake. X. D.. l>a.-el>all team which is touring the state ami lias been skinning everything they have come in contact with except the best hall team in the world, namely the Forsyth aggregation, stopped off here Monday to engage the locals in two games. E. W. Kay. who ! was instrumental in arranging the j games, picked out a nine out of the I two local organizations to combat 1 ; the North Dakotans, put thev prov-j ed a little to much for the local fans. ! Our hoys were handicapped in as i ! much as they had never played to-j . gather in that lineup, while the I Drakeites have been »playing hall practically every day thruou! the ; entire season and may lie classed as semi-professionals. Monday's game resulted in a score of 1 t to 'J in favor of Drake. , almost as had a score as the latter j day In lore—Hi to 1. It was a com edy of errors for the locals having 1* of them marked lip against them, while Ihe North Dakotans played an alums erroiless game. We secured ■"> hits off of Boyer hut failed to score until the seventh inning when l 11<'!T\ ana aioouy nrouinii m up* only two scores mad«'. Lougc and < 'herr> threw for the locals while Boyer did the twirling for Drake. The score: I fl ake 0 0 3 0 2 0 (' 0 3—Id Roundup <f <) 0 0 0 0 2 0 0— 2 i Tuesday's game started out bet-! ter but it was impossible to keep up j the pace, and when the game was j finished the score stood Id to 2 with Drake on the heavy side. Drake j J went to hat first and drew a g lose egg. The locals took their turn with a determination to do some thing. Kibble went out at first. Earl Fletcher got a lime hit and was advance to second by Art Wil son. who walked. Earl scored on a well placed hit by Shaw aft« r which the side was retired and no more scores made until the seventh in ning. The second score was made by "Happy" Kibble who picked a nice single and was forced across the rubber by a sensational three bagger by his big brother. In the Field the locals played good hall until the very last in ning when things went wrong and the visitors increased their margin by 7 »allies. They also scored in the third, fourth and fifth securing , . ... , . „ . 2 m each inning, bringing their total up to 13. Rouge, Fletcher and Ridgeway won . j„ the box for Roundup and ; Hawks occupied the same position | with the Flickertail hunch. Drake ] ia ,| pj Hits in their credit to K„ im <lup's 12, while the locals : s errors to the visitors 1. r R| ie S( . ore; j »rak - 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 7—13 ■ R uun dup 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0— 2 j 1 McDonald umpired both games und bis decisions were generally ! satisfactory, Brottn-Osbomc Co. Sell Olfl. i A ,i Pil ] was dosed yesterday a whereby tire F.M.Wall Co. becomes ! owner ," )f t]ie sto .. k ,,f goods of the Brown-Osborne Co., the latter firm rP p; r j n g from business. The stock .11 i i : ; which consists of a high grade selected line <ii gent's furnishings, has been removed to the F. M. Wall store win re the entire stock will lx ter and of pré es. Geo. H. Osborne, who has charge of the Br«*fcn-()sborne store since it was started here, placed on the bargain conn ilisposed of cut rate had Co. has of ded to remain in Roumlup and has accepted a position Wall C<>. as salesman, with the LOST—A eigar ease. Finder please return to Record Office. STEALS MARCH OS FRIENDS Bert Burrington and Miss Eva Brooks Hie Themselves to Lewistown and 1 Are Quietly Married. When i'.crt Burrington ami Miss Eva M. Brooks took the west hound train here Wednesday of last ; week, none of their friends suspected that they contemplated anything serious even though they were riced to a queen's taste. Eater how ! ever, it developed that the couple j had gone to Lewistown where they I were quietly united in marriage 1 shortly before noon the next day. Kev. Taggart of the Presbyterian ! church of that place perform i ing the ceremony. After the ceremony the newly I married couple left for a short visit with the bride's family who reside ; near I'iiilbrook returning to Kotmd up yesterday. The contracting parties are well and favorably known in Roundup, Mr. i'urrington is a young man of j exemplary character and sterling ! ! a• tie o 1 provii in g a homi for the girl ol his choie ■. lie is ■mi doyed in the Repuh ie coal min this place and is i •IP ■ of the iri< W 111) Wert* aid. 1 in tin* at t i<It mt of duly f tli. T! e iridc is a p ipular and a 'eomjiii di *<1 youny r ad.» • anti lie:-' a large i ir •Ir til Pit Id i> here bavin : iict*n t m ployed in tin* Min ora' 1 fining 1 till for event! months. The Record joins the ma ny riends of the happy C( mple in ' N t mding Local Roundup. Subscribe for The Record. Dar.ee ( Saturda Wate!« ing BIG at Old Roundup tomorrow y) night. for hand hills announe (TT PRICE SALE of F. M. Wall 0 i congratulations and wishing them a happy voyage over the matrimonial j seas, j The j Mrs. stage fo ing for Dints. Sehlaherg took the r Billings Wednesday morn v few days' visit. ■ 2 j .11 istlett has 1 the M. E. il ; 1 1 > lurch Kev. Alonzo < pointed pastor « at Lavina. Kev. Costlett will hold his first services at that place Sunday, Aug. 31. doe Cherry leaves today forGran ville, 111., for a few weeks visit. It is rumored that when he ref urns it will lie with a fair partner In share life's joys and sorrows with him. At a meeting of the hand hoys Monday evening a permanent or ganization was perfected, the foi i lowing being the first set of officers: ■Carl N, Thompson, President; A. W Eiselein, secretary; C. It. Cheney, i treasurer. A set «if instruments has : been ordered and they expect to Ik* ; able in a very short time to furnish music for public occasions. j i The Record lias on display eral bricks which are from th«- first kiln burned by Wynne and Quarles. The brick are «if a surpassing «juality and answer all the require ments of First class building l>ri< k. Wynne <fc Quarles are already making arrangements to install im proved machinery preparatory to manufacturing brick on a large scale. Rev. C. X. * I ! sev North Montana was held at Mr. Hurst wi place here t«> lx Charles E. Hayn« 1 Hurst has made i i ing his stay in Roumlii] st returned ye .«fer .ml session of tile 'onfert nee \v hieb spell last w f f * 1 :. :en a year < iff . his « filled hj Rev. s of Malta Mr. .limy friend s dm wit! he extremely sorry to leaiv ol the intended departure. He will turned east to finish his cour-' college. Mr. Haynes will here next week and will pre first sermon. Aug. 30. ; Générai Mcrcihamlisc* ! H ! il If you need some flour try a sack of our w 4 A It is made from Choice No. 1 Hard North Dak ota Wheal and has no equal, your money back if not satisfactory. ti ii 1 L |i ii i ;; - r -: o • ( v orner rviam ». ROUNDUl and 1st MONT. Av< =s ;; - r -: 11 >mi id fam e. wi a! T an Forks. M< H. VC •al «lavs this \Y av. lie will line of business in Ah Di« in U< Tuest They progr ■ Meiv« nz.ic o! i.i I h imminent in polities rte.il state. Sen. .1. F. Urodie, kinson and 1. 11. ( ireen, con 1 with the Milwaukee town mipany in the !lakotas. were Hindup from Saturday until .ay looking up investments, were greatly surprised at the v s this ( it v has made during « short term of life great future for the Musselshell. mu am tin Du md propli« II« David Limey the European Room on Main street Van Doian. and is thu bered among Koimdii men. I hive announces make sever,I place such : sti nlay iiigiif and Poo! from \\ m. again imm iL business that lie will mprovements in the putting new lurni ddin; I led lil ani tun m the rooms and hard table to the po will eonduet a First class pl.aee in every respect. We are glad to see Dave remain a citizen of Roundup. There will lie a meeting tonight to perfect a permanent organizaIian of the Commercial Club of Round up. At the meeting held Monday * evening a commit tee consisting of' I Carl X. Thompson. I . R. Carroll and Win. •!. .Jameson was appoint ed to draft a constitution and set ol ! by-laws which will report at th< ■meeting tonight. Permanent of Fleers will he (looted tonight, and the e,luh formally launched on its task of promoting the undfaro ol Roundup. Every business man should he j*r« sent. The concert and hall given last Saturday evening for the hen« tit «if the Ruundup hand was a suc cess in even - sense of the word. About fid tickets hand netted a no ! a r * at little 1 am mm the tin« affair to go tow ■rd ilefraying the i pense « if (Hire! :a.- : ii;g in. f ni lie u' . Prof. Crispin l's select ions :. ou ce' violin and tr< illihone wi l'c ■ njoye i l.y th< ise present, as ■v. ■ , ;<*, »ne vocal numhers by •I; end an ! the select ii ns by ■ i. Mr. . •J. B. Bryan f *1 I mo accompaniments ■ x< «dient style. The wish to extend their who appeared on • : rs. ( J. Manuel for mio. and Mrs. Gib for ■ •mil. Ad ocenes Dry Goods Gent's Furnishings Shoes Hats Furniture Caskets Hardware Harness & Saddles Wagons & Buggies Farm Implements J And Everything 0 0 0 0 0 l 0 0 \ \ P ---m ROUNDUP HAR IX) WTO N MAR^INSDALE GRANT & HARDEN Contractors & Builders. Roundup, Montan».