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The roundup record. (Roundup, Mont.) 1908-1929, January 08, 1909, Image 5

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TIE LOCAL
KOCINDÜP
LOCAL çJiND PERSONAL
:
A. Geo. Walker, of Musselshell, is
a visitor in town.
Inspect the Monarch Malleable'
Range at Wall's Store. ;
E. W. Ray was a business visitor
to Lewistown Monday.
Fancy Bell Flower Apples $1.75
per box at Wall's store.
A baby was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Anderson this morning.
The best place to get your pianos
is the Art Music Store. Lewistown.
J. H. Deskins was up from Mus
selshell Wednesday for a few hours.
Big cutting of prices at -the Pre
Invent orv Sale at Wall's store. See
ad on last page of this issue.
Try a bottle of Lithia mineral
water. No typhoid germs. 25c per
bottle, $4 per case 24 quarts, $1
refund for empty case. F. M. Wall
Co.
The Record still has a number of
copies of the big souvenir holiday
edition left. Get one to send to
the folks back east. Fifteen cents
a copy, two for a quarter.
All members of the Roundup
band are urgently requested to be
present at the Sunday afternoon
meeting as matters of importance
are to come up for discussion.
The four-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Chamberlain of
of Aberdeen, S. D.. is seriously sick
with pneumonia at the Jewett home
where she has been staying. The
child's parents arrived yesterday
morning.
It would be to the interest of the
party who took a gold watch with
initials W. G. L. from European
Hotel pool hall Tuesday, Jan. 5th
to return same at once and thereby
avoid trouble as he is known. No
questions asked. David Loney.
The Roundup Cornet band has
been making such excellent head
way the past month that they have
decided to give a band concert in
the near fnture. The boys should
have the hearty encouragement of
all citizens in their endeavor to give
Roundup a first c lass band.
The Commercial Club is going to
give a big dance on St. Valentine's
Day, Febuary 14th. Preparations
are now being made and no pains
will be spared to make the affair an
enjoyable one. The object of the
dance is to raise funds for the Com
mercial Club and should therefore
be patronized by every loyal citizen.
A petition was in circulation in
town this week asking the governor;
to appoint E. W. Ray as game war
den for this section. As a true
sportsman and president of the local
gun club, and being interested in
the preservation of game and the
enforcement of the gan.e laws, Mr.
Ray would make an ideal game'
warden.
A number of the members of the
Commercial Club of Roundup went
to Musselshell Monday evening
where they met with the residents
of that section to discuss the for
mation of the new Musselshell
county. They all realize the incon
venience caused by the present ar
rangement of the counties and are'
heartily in favor of the proposed
division.
Richard Low, special pension in
spector who makes his headquarters
at Billings, was in Roundup Tues
day and Wednesday to look into
the pension application of John T.
Brennen, who was partially dis
abled in the Spanish-American war.
From here Mr. Low went to Delphia '•
to inspect the case of Mrs. Schenkel,
a widow of a Civil war veteran, who
has made application for pension.
Mr. Low has been in th > pension
service for seventeen vears.
W. C. Montgomery of Miles City
was in town Tuesday.
Fancy Bell Flower Apples $1.75
; per box at Wall's store.
Mat Reagan of Lewistown was a
visitor in town Monday.
V. C. Me Clearv was up from
Musselshell Wednesday.
W. G. Shell of Billings is in town
and intends to work at his trade as
carpenter.
H. D. Hodges came up from
Musselshell last week t o make
Roundup his home hereafter.
Miss Enott Lyke left Monday
morning for Helena where she will
enter the Wesleyan univeristy.
Take your Sunday dinner at Hotel
Roundup. Roast chicken with
dressing and oyster soup. 35 cents.
Julius Redman has moved his
tailor shop from the European Hotel
to rooms above Kelly's drug store.
Take your Sunday dinner at Hotel
Roundup. Roast chicken w i t h
dressing and oyster soup. 35 cents.
A. D. Sprague, representative of
the Fairbanks, Morse & Co., of St.
Paul, was in town several days the
latter part of last week.
You can get The Baldwin, Ham
ilton, Ellington, Valley Gem,
Howard, S. W. Miller, and Chieker
ing Bros. Pianos from W. S. Smith,
Lewistown.
Dr. Baxter was called to New
York last week by the serious ill*
ness of his father. Dr. Welsh is
looking after his practice here dur
ing his absence.
I. E. \ an Camp, Geo. Ryan, and
Peny Moore, Jr., of Two Dot were
visitors in Roundup Tuesday. They
were very favorably impressed with
the "Miracle of the Musselshell."
The Roundup Gun Club is mak
ing arrangements for a shoot to he
held on Sunday afternoon, January
24th. Eight purses amounting in
all to $17 have been hung up. M.
H. Fletcher is captain and E. W.
Ray president of the club.
The palatial home of Mr. and Mrs.
A. H. Davies was the scene of a
pretty dinner party New Year's
night, 'n elaborate four course re
past was served to the guests who
were seated about a table upon
which reposed an illuminated
Christmas tree. The room was
prettily decorated for the occasion.
Those present were M c s d a m s
Haight, Russell, and Opperud, ana
Messrs. Haight. Shaw. Wi Ison .
Beaver. Dilner and Thompson.
The Musselshell country is ex
periencing a cold wav<—the first of
the season—having reached here
Monday Morning. Sunday was a
balmy spring day and many of the
residents of Roundup took advant
age of the mild weahter by going
horseback riding or by taking a
stroll out in the countrv. Monday
morning, however, brought a change
of temperature of about 3(i degrees
and a coating of the "beautiful."
The cold spell has continued all
week and there ate no signs of let
ting up. About three inches of
snow fell
The Roundup Coal Mining Co.
has commenced work on the instal
lation of an electric lighting plant
to furnish Roundup with power and
light. Poles have been erected from
the proposed site of the plant to the 1
railroad right of way, the intention
being to come up parallel to the track
as far as Main street providing per- 1
mission can be secured from the :
railroad company. Part of the
plant has already been purchased
and is now in transit. Work will
be pushed as rapidly as possible
and it is expected that the plant
will be running within ,-ixtv days.
SHOOTS HQRSETHIEF
Deputy Morgan Kills Pileger on
Swimming Woman-Wanted
on Horse Stealing Charge.
Deputy Sheriff A1 Morgan of Lew
istown shot and killed Pfleger, an
alleged cattle and horse thief, on
Swimming Woman north of Lavina
Monday morning. Pfleger, who is
wanted on several charges of horse
stealing in this and Meagher count
ies, resisted arrest and Deputy
Morgan was forced to resort to the
use of his gun to secure his man or
be injured bodily himself.
Pfleger, it is believed, was the
head of an organized band of rus
slers who have been operating in
Fergus, Meagher and Yellowstone
counties, and a warrant for his ar
rest has been out for some time.
The officers finally traced the lead
er to their headquarters about
twelve miles northwest of Lavina
where the shooting occured when
Deputy Morgan attempted to arrest
him. It is expected that this will
put a damper on the operations of
the gang.
R. A' Hood of Harlowton was in
town yesterday.
Ray Bushnell was a Harlowton
visitor Wednesday.
The trains have been from three
to six hours late the past few days.
W. S. Smith, Lewistown. is sole
agent for the Minneapolis School
Furniture.
Miss Gertrude Schmitz left Wed
nesday for Lewistown for an ex
tended visit with relatives.
Take your Sunday dinner at Hotel
Roundup. Roast chicken with
dressing and oyster soup. 35 cents.
The thermometer registered 30
below zero this morneng. Some
thing unusual for Montana.
Messrs. Griedley, Cake. Keenan,
and Rush of the Roundup Coal Min
ing Co., came in from Dietz, Wyo.,
Wednesday.
Try a bottle of Lithia mineral
water. No typhoid germs. 25c per
bottle, $4 per case 24 quarts. $1
erfund for empty case. F. M. Wall
Co.
Mrs. J. C. Lohrnan returned last
night from White Sulphur Springs
where she spent the holidays with
her sons who are attending school
at that place.
The terms of the district court for
1900 in this county have been set
for the following dates: Jan. 4th.
March 8th, June 7th. September 7th,
December fith.
Chas. Schnider of Billings has
rented the store building of Chas.
Scldaberg and will open a harness
shop therein. Mr. Scldaberg has
closed out his stock of groceries and
confectionery and will discontinue
in that business.
The citizen Bank of Roundup
wdl In* ready to open for business
in a week or ten days the building
being practically finished. ('. F.
Richardon. of N. I)., promoter <4
the new bank who will be ehashb
was here several days last
looking after the work on the build
ing. leaving again Wednesday for
the east to close up some business
deals. He is expected back in a
few days.
The Republic Coal Co. is build
ing foundations for store and saloon
buildings at the head of the gulch
leading up to Mine No. 2. The
question of sending a remonstrance
to the e i.d company against their
actions in 'bis regard was discus
sed at ihe meeting oi the commer
cial dub Tuesday evening and the
matter was referred to the judiciary
committee which is now taking the
matti r up. As the business men
of Roundup were given to under
stand when investing in lots here
that there would be no such thing
as a company store, the action of
the coal company in putting up
these buildings is not being looked
upon very kindly.
Senator Carter has telegraphed
Montana friends that enough votes
are now assured to pass the postal
savings bill of which he is the
author.
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:p»o«eerclubelects officers
Roundups Social Organization
Chooses New Officers—
Will Op en This Month.
The Pioneer Club, an organiza
tion formed several months ago
along social lines, held its an
nual election at a meeting Tuesday
evening to displace the temporary
officers chosen to serve until Jan
uary 1st. The new set of officers
is as follows:
W. K. Quarles. President.
J. C. Lohrnan. Vice President.
L. R. Carroll, Secretary.
C. R. Cheney, Treasurer.
House Committee—I,. R. Carroll,
Fred A. Appleman, II. B. Thomp
son.
Entertainment C o m mitt e e—
F. M. Wall. C. B. Burke, Alfred
Shaw.
Pfeparations are being made for
the opening of the club rooms in
the new Bushnell & Thompson
building, which is neat ing complet
ion, some time the middle of this
month. An elaborate banquet and
formal reception for members and
their friends is being planned for.
A New Sleeping Car Story.
F. A. Miller, general passenger
agent of the Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul Railway told a story of one
of the sleeping car porters who was
found asleep while on duty. This
is contrary to the rule of The St.
Paul Road, and the negro man was
in trouble when found by the in
spector on The Pioneer Limited.
He had his wits about him, however,
and in response to the inspector's
inquiry as to what he was doing
asleep, he said:
"I'll tell you how it was boss.
I have only been with the company
a short time and before coming here
I was working on such and such a
railroad. The fine was so rough
I could not gel any sleep. Since !
have been working for the St. Paul
the road has been so smooth that I
just could not keep awake."
Mr. Miller says that while the
negro had violated the rules, he was
premitted to keep his job on ac
count of bis wit.
Govenor Norris has issued a pro
clamation appointing a number of
promient Italians and the mayors
of all tin* cities in the state a com
mittee to receive contribution for
the relief of the Italian earthquake
sufferers.
OUT OF PRACTICK.
"What do you think of the pre*i*
dential election?"
<r Young man," answered the local
politician, "I'll have to talk to you
about that later. You see, I was a
delegate to the convention and I
haven't yet got back to the way of
thinkin' on my own account."

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I ihe First National §
'i Bank cf Roundup I
OFFICERS
F. M. WALL, President
R.M.CALKINS.V.Prcs.
O.R.CHENEY. Cashier
DIRECTORS
M ARL >W
M. I
KLEIN
F. M.
WALL
R. M.
CALKINS
C. R.
CHENEY
CAPITAI
• $25000.00
SURPLUS
■ $5000.00
Places as your disposal its
facilities and invites you
to make use of them.
Let us serve you.
■MtSaiHSMCtaCCStOQSCf» @S*tt3î035St QCOtOeSOOtMNN
MIDLAND
Lumber Company
(Complete l ine of
LUMBER
Sash & Doors
LIME, PLASTER, GEMENT
Our «lim is Satisfaction
Roundup,
Montana
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I Silver Dollar Saloon I
X Corner 1st Street East Railroad Ave. X
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We carry at all times a large
and up-to-date stock of
mu pint tup omn rip
LUMBER
Our aim is to give satisfac
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are QUANTITY QUAL
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alwavs glad to figure with you
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When eonsemplating building
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GRANT & HARDEN
Contractors & Guilders.
liomithij>, Moulana.
In the Circle of
Your Acquaintance
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there must In* many engaged and married
people. It Is a hundred to one that their
engagement, or wedding ring, was bought
here because here is where the greatest
variety of high-class Jewelry Is shown, and
where one can rely upon always getting
good value for your money. We have a
line line of '«old a Silver Watches, Chains,
lïroochcs, etc., and precious stones.
Fp to date Line of
Watches and Jewelery.
First Class Repair Work
Promptly done. Agents
for Columbia Phono
graghs—Eastman Ko
daks and Su p p I i e s .
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