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THEO. IAIIM BREWING CO„ ST. PAUL
BREWERS OF TIIE BEER THAT
"Leads Them All"
A. W. CRANE,
Wholesale Dealer,
Roundup, Montana
AIR LINE
They Bore Through Rocks to Get
Coast Air Line-Something
About Pres. Earling.
The object of the engineers who
are putting through the Pacific
Coast Extension of the St, Paul is
to secure the straightest line with
the least grades. How this has
been accomplished is aptly illus
trated by W. G. Shepherd who in
the Minneapolis News relates an in
cident of the running of the St. Paul
i route iu which the central figure is
* au old time surveyor. Jack Feeley,
years ago helped drive the Northern
Pacific through to the coast.
One day in the Bitter Root moun
tain in Montana, says Shepherd,
F. eh y stood on one ledge of rock
and his partner on another. They
were trying to find a level for the
line of the St. Paul extension. Fee
ley's partner motioned "down."
Down went the flag. "Down"
came the motion. With a sign of
resignation "Jack" uncoiled a rope
at ids waist; fastened it to a rock
and dropped himself 150 feet over
the side of the ledge before the mo
tions for "down" had ceased. Some
of the other surveyors helped him
to the ledge again after "Jack" had
fastened a white flag as a mark on
the side of the cliff.
"In Northern Pacific days we'd
gone around that," said "Jack,"
with a patient smile. "This time
we'll blow the top of it off or bur
row through."
The cost of the ties alone on the
new extension would keep shoes on
; every person in Minneapolis for six
months. One tie costs the price of
a fancy square meal. The rails will
cost the price of two battleships:
yet when Uncle Sam spends that
much we notice it. Each rail will
cost about $12 the average Ameri
can house rent for a month, accord
ing to sociologists. The spikes,
which some industrious tramp might
T. W. WELSH, M. 1>.
PHYSICIAN & SC HURON
Special Attention Given to Eye, Ear:
Nose4tThroat Diseases.
Glasses Properly Fitted
OFFICE IN LOHMAN Ill'll. IHM;
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Contractors
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Plan-* and estimates furn
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pull from the ties along a mile
stretch would keep him happy for a
year; for they are worth $240; a
cent and a half a piece. The lay
ing of the rails, which alone costs
$275 per mile, is only putting frost
ing on a cake.
Shepherd, in his article, devotes
considerable space to President A.
J. Earling of the St. Paul road; the
mna charged with the expenditure
of $77,000,000 in the building of the
coast extension. He is one of the big
men in the railroad world, and is
equipped by his ability and long ex
perience to carry through just such
an undertaking as the spending of
$77,000,0*10 without waste. He lias
the power of judgment to map out
the general plans of the project and
the organizing ability to have the
work done in good order. His his
tory is a simple record of conscien
tious devotion to duty that led him
from step after another to the top
of the ladder.
Earling was born in Wisconsin 59
years ago. At 1-S years of age he
entered the service of the C., M. &
y t. Paul as telegraph operator. In
nine years he had risen to the posi
tion of division superintendent.Four
years later he was general superin
tendant and two years after that
general manager: He filled that
position for nine years and then, in
1899, was made president of the
; load with the control under single
management of the largest railway
mileage of the world.
The success of his administration
marks him as the man to pay out
$77,000,000. He will spend it in
the construction of this additon to
the St. Paul system extending from
the Missouri river to the Pacific
ocean, a distance of 1776 miles.
The steepest grades will be 2.3 or
116 feet totheruih. The grades of
the Great Northern and Northern
Pacific exceed three per cent in sev
eral places.
The road will cost more than the
1 Northern Pacific and the raising of
the huge fund to pay the cost does
not raise a ripple in the country.
! Yet financiers turned the coutry up
i side down in the 70's to get money
to build the Northern Pacific.
In addition to other considera
tions Mr. Earling has biblical inspi
ration for his work. The bible
says, "Every valley shall be exalt
ed, every mountain and hill shall
be brought low, the crooked shall
be made straight, and the rough
ways shall he made smooth."
COWBOY WELCOME
i How the Roundup Reception Ap
peared to the Butte Evening
News Man.
I Roundup—Rough, red, raw, re
dolent of tin* range and scarcely six
months old, was the scene of the
most spectacular reception on the
trip. Tin* Rounduppers" in cow
punchers togs, greeted the special
with a truly western greeting. Dry
j goods boxes, beer barrels, milliners
hand boxes and even election pam
phlets were gathered to make bon
j fires on the treeless flat in front of
the hotel, and by the light of the
bon fires and torches held by a
j score of frisky cowboys, Sam Tre
loar's musiemakers played what
j the hoys called the hottest music
that ever came down the pike.
W e the United Brotherhood of
j Carpenters and Joiners of America,
do hereby declare and notify every
one that T. J. Severson's building
is fair to organized labor and de
clan* him as so.
Local 1783 U. B. of C. & J.
of America.
Legal Advertisements
Notice for Publication.
Department of tbe Interior, IT. 8. land
Office at Lewlstown. Montana.
Notice In hereby given that
HERTHA H. MENU HICK SON,
of Koundup, Montana, who, on August 29th
1907, made Homestead Application, No.
5297, Serial 0891, for the southwest quarter
(sw %) of section 24, township 9 n., range 24
e., Montana Meridian, has filed notice of In
tention to make Final Commutation Proof,
to establish claim to the land above describ
ed, before Edwin 8. Cook. United States
Commissioner, at Roundup, Montana, on
the 25th day of November, 190«.
Notice Is also hereby given that
niLHEKT H. MEDALKN,
of Roundup, Montana, who, on September
17th, 1907, made Homestead Application,
No. 5888, Serial No. 01870, for the northeast
quarter (neJilof section 24, township 9 n.,
range 24 e„ Montana Meridian, has Hied no
tice of Intention to make Final Commuta
tion Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before Kdwln S. Cook,
United States Commissioner, at Roundup,
Montana, on the 25th day of November
190«.
And notice Is hereby also given that
KEINEKT TOBIAS OLSON,
of Roundup, Montana, who, on September
17th, 1907, made Homestead Application
No. 5884, Serial No. 01871, for nw % north
west quurter of section 24, township 9 n.,
range 24 e„ Montana Meridian, has Hied no
tice of Intention to make final Commutation
Proof, to establish claim to the land above
described, before Kdwln S. Cook, United
States Commissioner, nt Roundup, Mon
tana, on the 26th day of November 190«.
Claimants name us witnesses:
Nels Dahl, Gilbert G. Medalen, Bertha
Hendrickson, Edward P. Vlland, John O.
Ryan, Relnert T. Olson, ull of Roundup,
Montana.
C. E. McKoin, Register.
First publication Oct. 28.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.-Depart
ment of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at
Lewlstown, Montana.
Notice is hereby given that
WILLIAM M. REAM,
of Roundup, Montana, who, on Sept. 18th,
IWr7 made Homestead entry No. 582«, Serial
No. 01297, for the north }-£of south % (n% &'/*)
sec.12, tp. 8n. r 25«*, M. Meridian, lias Hied no
tice of Intention to make Anal commutation
proof to establish claim to the land above
described, before Edwin 8. Cook, United
States Commissioner, at Roundup, Mont
ana, on the 28rd day of Nov. 190«.
Claimant names as witnesses.
West E. Ray, Edward Maryces, Axel G.
Johnson, Edward P. Vlland, all of Roundup,
Montana.
C. E. McKOIN. Register.
First Publication Oct. 23.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION—Coni Entry
Serial No. 01819-Land Office at Lewlstown,
Montana, Oct. 14, 190«.
Notice Is hereby given that
JAMES IT. ORIEDLEY,
of Diets, county of Sheridan, state of Wy
oming, has this day Hied In this office Ap
plication to Purchase, under the provisions
of section 2847, IT. 8. Revised Statutes, the
nw % of section 22, township 8 n, range 25 e„
M, Meridian.
Any and nil persons claiming adversely
the lands described, or desiring to object
for any reason to the sole thereof to appli
cant, should Hlc their affidavits of protest
ill tills office on or before the 28rd day of
Nov. 190«, otherwise the application may
be allowed.
C. K. McKoin, Register.
First publication Oct. 23.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. - Depart
ment of the Interior, IT. 8. Land Office at
Lewlstown, Montana, October 5, 1908.
Notice Is hereby given that
CARL HA0ER80N,
of Lewlstown, Montana, who on Oct. 5, 1908,
made timber and stone serial. No. 01201, for
s'4 seM. sH 8W&, section 10, township 8 n,
range 25 e, Mont. Merldan, has Hied notice
of Intention to make Final Proof, to estab
lish claim to the land above described be
fore Register and Receiver at Lewlstown,
Montana, on the 18th day of Dec. 1908.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Albert Johnson, Lewlstown, Mont., Thos.
P. Lamb, Roundup, Mont., Cal Millard,
Roundup, Mont., Thomas Graham, Round
up, Mont.
C. E. McKoin, Register.
First Publication Oct. 1«.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.—Depart
ment of the interior, U. S. Land Office at
Lewlstown, Mont., October 2nd, 19««.
Notice is hereby given that
JENNIE t'AULHON,
of Roundup, Montana, who, on October 2d,
190«, made timber application. No. 01205, for
north east quarter (n e%) of section 84,
township 7 n., range 2« e„ M. Montana, Mer
ldan, has Hied notice of Intention to make
filial proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before Edwin 8. Cook,
U. S. Commissioner at Roundup, Montana,
on the 18th duy of Dec. 190«.
Claimant names as witnesses:
John H. Ryan,Carl N.Thompson,Marie Ryan
Ida M. Thompson, all of Roundup, Mont.
C. E. McKoin, Register.
First publication Oct. 18.
NOTICE FOR PU BL1CATION.—Depart
ment of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at
Lewiston, Montana, Sept. 24, 190«.
Notice Is hereby given that
williAm lindhtrand
of Urassrange, Fergus county, Mont., who
on September 21st, 190«, made Timber and
Stone Purchase Entry, No. 01111, for the
Northeast quarter (H), Beetlon 10. Town
ship 7 n„ Range 26 east, Montana Principal
Meridian, has Hied notice of Intention to
make Final Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before Edwin S. Cook
at Roundup, Fergus county. Montana, on
the 3rd day of December, 1908.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Magnus Lliidstrniul, of Roundup, Mont.,
Ida Llndstrand, of Roundup, Mont., Carl
Johnson, of Elso, Mont., John Hougerdy, of
Elso, Mont.
C. E. McKoin, Reglfter.
(First publication Oct. 2.)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, - Depart
ment of the Interior, U. 8. lj»nd Office at
lewlstown, Montana, Aug. 18 , ms.
Notice Is hereby given that
LOITIME MATHILDE KKITGEH
of Canton, Lincoln County. South Dakota,
who on August 12th, 190«, made Timber and
Stone Entry No. 0988, for nw% of section 84,
township 7n„ range28 east Montana Princi
pal Meridian, has Hied notice of Intention to
make final proof to establish claim to the
land above described, before Kdwln B.
Cook at Roundup, Fergus County, Montana
on the 27th day of Nov., 190«.
Claimant names as witnesses:
George Pennell, John B. Ryan, J. Louis
Opperud, Frit/. H. Anderberg, all of Round
up. Mont. C. K. McKoin, Register.
First publication Sent. 18.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION-Department
of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Lew
tstown, Oct. 27, 1908.
Notice Is hereby given that
AIMEE P. ASRKIDGE,
of Pine Grove, Mont., who on Oct. 27, 19««,
made timber and stone application No.
01476, for s \ neV«, nwH seK. ne$4 swH, sec. 6.
twp. 11 n„ rge. 28, e„ Montana meridian, has
Hied notice of Intention to make Huai proof
to establish claim to the land above de
scribed before the Register and Receiver at
Lewlstown. Mont., on the Mth day of Jan.
1900.
Claimant names ns witnesses:
Willis Sanderson, Pine Grove, Montana.
Richard E. Wilson, "
Joseph L Asbridge, "
Rufus H. Thompson, Lewlstown, "
C. K. McKoin, Register.
First publication Oct. 88.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. - Depart
ment of tbe Interior, U. 8. Land Office at
Lewlstown, Mont., Oct. 27, 190«.
Notice Is hereby given that
ROSA LOHMAN,
of Roundup, Mont., who, on Oct. 23, 190«,
made timber and stone entry. No. 01474, for
east half of the east half (eH of eVi) sec. 20,
township § north, range 26 east, Montana
principal meridian, has Hied notice of in
tention to make Anal proof, to es
tablish claim to the land above de
scribed, before Edwin 8. Cook, U. B. Com
missioner, at Koundup, Montana, on tbe
•th day of January 1900.
Claimant names as witnesses:
William A. Keene, Thomas P Lamb, John
C. Lohman, Harry Thompson,all oMtound
up. Mont.
C. E. McKoin, Register.
(First publication Oct. 30.)
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GO T O T H E
RounduP
FOR
Fresh Fruit, Nuts, Cigars,
Tobaccos, Candies, Etc.
1 ICE CREAM ô SODAS
Pool Tables in Connection
All kinds of school suplies
BUSHNELL Ô COMPANY
Main Street Roundup, Mont.
MIDLAND LIMBER CO. j
A Complete Line of
LUMBER
SASH and DOORS
LIME and PLASTER
Our aim is Satisfaction
Give us a call
Midland Lumber Co.
Roundup, Montana.
J. W.ÔP.L.Newton
Wholesale and Retail
MEATS
Milk and Vegetables, Oysters, Fish and
Game in Season.
ICE RETAILERS
ROUNDUP, MONTANA.
The Roundup Saloon
A. W. CRANE Prop.
DEALERS IN
WINES LIQUORS & CIGARS
AGENCY FOR THE
CELEBRATED HAMM'S BEER
RETAIL AND WHOLESALE
RAILWAY AVENUE,
ROUNDUP. MONT.
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FOR MEALS LIKE MOTHER USED TO MAKE
-GO TO---
The St» Paul Pining Room
Mrs. Theo» Schmitz, Prop.
OPPOSITE C. M. & St. P. DEPOT. ROUNDUP. MONT

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