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Queen City of the Great J/iusselshell Valley. The Roundup Record. CERGUS county is the 1 land of promise and op portunity. VOLUME I .--NO. 30 ROUNDUP, MONTANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1908 $2.00 Per Year in Advance THE BOSTON STORE Dry Goods, Clothing, ladies' & Gents' Furnishings. o UR Fall Stock of M illinery, Ladies Suits, Waists & Cloaks is now in, and is complete in every respect. Make your selec tions early. We sell for cash and can save you $ $ J. C. Lohman Main Street. ART Pictures GIVEN FREE. To our Patrons o( Toilet Goods Tooth Brushes The Kind That Last Republic Pharmacy Haight-Blair Company VMAAAAAAAAAAHAAAAA/SAAAZl BUTTE BUNCH ON THE ROUNDUP Given Rouging Hec«*i>tioii byRouml up Citizen«—Will Iteinonihrr Mirnelenfthe MhknoImIkMI ;at I "Butte's Busy Bunch." which is the name given the allied commer cial bodies of the Copper City con sisting of about 175 people repre senting the various business enter prises or that city, took Roundup by storm Monday evening at S:3<). Theycame in on their palatial special train made up of the very finest equipment of the C.. M. &St.I\,ac companied by the far famed Boston & Montana Band, and from the time they stepped off the train un til they again boarded the Pioneer Limited things were happening. The object of the excursion which visited every town on the new road between Butte and Miles City, was to get acquainted with the people and to herald Butte's advantages as a market town. It had been the original intention of those who plan ned the trip to make an over night stop at this place, but the wreck up the line which delayed them necess itated a change of schedule and cut down the stop here to two hours. An informal reception had been planned for the visitors at the Grand Hotel by the Commercial Club, hut the short stay did not allow of this being pulled off. Two large bon fires were kept burning in front of the hotel around which the hand formed to discourse sweet strains of music, the rest of the hunch in the meantime being kept busy in meet ing the people and partaking of re freshments prepared for them at the hotel. During the course of the evening Win, Bcallon, candidate for the legislature from Silvia' Bow county, who was with the party, made a short address from the balcony of the hotel in which he said. "The business men of Butte, the largest quartz mining camp in the world, extend the hand of good fellowship to the citizens of Roundup which has every indication of becoming the largest coal mining camp in the work" The visitors were more than pleased with the way they were treated by the citizens of Roundup and declared that tins was the most spectacular reception given them on a j ■ j I I j j 1 : j MARSHALL'S A Square deal for all. TWO BUSY CORNERS w E can furnish your home cel lar to garret. O WING to our ever increasing business, and over crowded quarters, we have found it necessary to establish our second busy corner in the Severson Building, where we are displaying a more com plete line than ever of Gent's Furnishings, Ladies* Misses' and Childrens' Shoes, in connection with a new and complete line of Rugs, carpets, Linoleum, oil clothes mattings, carpet sweepers, trunks, suit cases and traveling Bags. We have in transit two carloads of carefully selected furniture. Prices will be Right. Groceries Drygoods Gents' Furnishings Hats and Caps Boots and Shoes Fur Coats Mackinaws Sheep skin lined overcoats Gold Seal Overshoes Shelf & Heavy Hardware Ranges, Stoves, Heaters Oil Stoves Coal Hods Fire Shovels Stove Pipe Rifles, Shotguns Revolvers, Ammunition Tents Harnesses & Saddles Harness and Saddle Repairs Wagons & Buggies Farming Implements Fairbanks Morse & Co.'s, Aermotor & Waterloo Gasoline Motors Furniture Caskets. EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY H. E. MARSHALL Roundup Harlowton Martinsdale. their trip. They were all surprised j ;at the size and substantial eharae-; I ter of our eity, and were sorry that j the visit here had not been arranged for the day time giving them a bet ter opportunity to investigate its true greatness. Before leaving the excursionists were decorated with a badge hear ing the words. "Remember the Mi racle of the Musselshell—Rouml of of a of up.. The train carrying the "busy hunch" left at 10:30 for Milos City. ALEX FAIRGRIEVE HERE Pres. Montana Federation of Labor Visits Roundup-Says Donlan is the Labor Candidate. Alexander Fairgrieve, president of the Montana Federation of La bor, was in Roundup Monday and Tuesday with a view of organizing a local Trades and Labor Council. A meeting was held Tuesday even ing hut no definite action was taken j towards organizing. Another meet ing lias been called for Monday levelling at which time it is expected ■ an organization will he perfected, j Mr. Paigricvc is a strong Donlan man and says of him: "During all my experience at the I state capitol in the interests of those whom I have the honor to repre sent. I can truthfully and conscien tiously say that no senator has ever been more ready or more willing to advance labor legislation than lias Senator Edward Donlan, and not only legislation directly in the in terest of labor, hut also that which I would tend to advance the interests of our state, regardless of who the author of the measure, and at all times lived strictly up to his obli gations to the people." Speaking of the presidential cam paign, Mr. Fairgrieve says that Bryan will not have the opportuni ty to make a trip to Washington next March unless it lie as a private j citizen. SELL 60 LOTS The new addition to the townsite of Roundup was placed on the market Monday morning, and T. (). Ramsland of the townsite eom j puny, who has been here most of 1 the week, reports a brisk demand : for the new lots. The addition con tains 16 blocks divided into 216 lots. I p to last night Mr. Ramsland j has disposed of 60 lots amounting to approximately $10,000. the prices ranging from $100 to $230. 1 j j SUBMIT ELECTRIC j LIGHT FIGURES Roundup Coni Mining Co. I'rencnt Figuren for Fleetric Lighting Lower Thun Mout Citieu. j ! j he J. F. dried ley, president of Roundup Coal Slitting Co., last | er Friday afternoon at a special meet-1 ing of the Commercial Club, pres ented the following figures at ! which they will install a power! 1 hint sufficiently large to supply j the eity of Roundup with electric light in addition to their mine $18 per month each for stieet are I lights where the eity uses from 7 to i 10 lights. ! $15 per month each if the city I uses 50 or less lights. Ailé. Schr ump HlB,!^!H!ff. BBgBMBMMMHBBMgMBBMBHBBMBMMBB^BMBMMBB8BMBBBBBBSBMMBMRBMMBBEMRMM8 Dry Goods O ur fall stock of dry goods is now on display, and such an array of pretty things has never yet been seen in this part of the country. Be sure to look at our line of Dress Goods---they are sure to please yon. Dependable Goods at Popular Prices. Shoes W e have just received a most complete and up to-date line of Koot-Schulze & Co. shoes-the shoes that fit well, wear well and look well. If you desire to have, quality, beauty and popular price combined and ensure lasting comfort in your foot wear, purchase a pair of Foot-Schulzeshoes. Better leather has never been tanned than goes into these shoes. Ease, elegance and perfection of fit are their strongest points. Corner Mnin St. and 1st Ave ROUNDUP. MONT. j $12 per month each when more than 50 lights are used. The light above referred to is the standard are light of 1800 candle power. For private lighting the prices j submitted are as follows: ! 15c per kilowat in business places, j land 20c in residences, meters to he 'used in such eases. No place will j he wired unless at least three lights j are used, and a minimum charge of tlie|$1.50per month will he made wlieth- j | er current is used or not. ! j The figures submitted compare ! very favorably with other cities and are much lower than most of them. In Billings the eity pays $12 per month each for 150 are lights. The coal company asks a fran Itise for 15 years and also asks I that an ordinance he dtuwti up to i governing the matter in question ! such as the city would adopt after I its incorporation, same to he op 'proved by the Commercial Club. : : ! j j j ! MINERS STILL REMAIN IDLE Mo Settlement Reached on Tonnage Scale for Roundup and Mine Remaina Shut Down. No settlement has been reached regarding the tonnage scale for the coal mine at this place and us a consequence mine No. 1 remains idle. There have been no new de velopments iu the matter and it is : difficult at this time to predict what the outcome will he. The miners persist that 75e is a fare scale while the operators maintain : that 70c is all they will pay. H. F. Sears of liozeman was a ! visitor in the city last night.