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The Roundup Record
A. W. EISELEIN. Editor and Pi jl'isher
V '<* ' S V*3 Ss
Publish»
Montana.
■a every Friday at Koundup,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
12.00 per year strictly In advance: 12.50 If not
to paid.
Entered as second-class matter June 5
1008 at the post office at Koundup, Mon
tana, under the Act of March 8. 1878.
FRIDAY. JUNE 23. 1911
From every section of Montana
come reports of unusually favorable
crop conditions. Prosperity surely
stands tiptoe ready to swoop down
upon us and we will be right there
with open arms. Montana never
looked better. With the fields of
waving grain, the delightful scent
of verdant alfalfa patches, herds of
sleek caitle and horses, and Hocks
of sheep grazing contentedly upon
the open range, her beautiful
streams of rushing waters, and her
snow clad mountains overlooking
all in their grandeur and inspiring
her people to still greater things,
the Treasure State is indeed a spot
favored by the gods. And Mussel
shell, the baby county, enjoys her
full share of these blessings of
nature. After the harvest shall have
been garnered this year Montana's
cornucopia will be full to overflow
ing, and the loyal booster's will
employ the horn of plenty to good
advantage to amplify our message
to the people of the crowded East
"Come and Make Your Home With
Us."
F. M. WALL
IS MAYOR
(Continued from page I.)
ed to install street hydrant near
court house. Carried
Resignation of C. E. Potter as
policeman was read and on motion
of Swanson, seconded by Britton,
the same accepted.
Bills of A. Schnieder for $10.00,
and S. C. Bragstad for $257.40,
were read and referred to auditing
committee.
Moved by Nix, seconded by Brit
ton, that a committee of three lie
appointed to have lire ball cleaned
and fitted up for a meeting place
for council. Carried. Britton, Reid
and Swanson were appointed as
such committee.
Moved by Britton, seconded by
Nix, that warrant be ordered drawn
in favor of E. W. Ray for services
up to tonight, and that lie be dis
charged as chief of Police. Carried}
J. M. Piles was appointed chief
of police. Moved by Nix, seconded
by Britton, that the appointment be
confirmed. On the roll being called
Nix, Britton, Swanson and Reid
voted in favor and Johnson against
, ,,,, • , .
the motion. I he appointment
was declared duly confirmed.
You Should Look After Your Own Industry
and you are not doing that, if you have not a bank ac
count. To operate your business successfully
You Should Use Our Checking Account
It protects you, and gives you a higher commercial rat
ing among your associates. If you should require
financial aid it would be to your interest to have an ac
count with us.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Roundup, Mont.
OFFICERS
A. A. NOMB.Prtsidrat
N. IL KLEIN. Vie. Pras.
H. P. LAMBERT. Cukitr
DIRECTORS
DAVE HUGER W. W. TAYLOR
H. P. LAMBERT A. A. MORRIS
F. H. CLEMENT M. M. KLEIN
M. H. FLETCHER
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Swanson, that tlx* appointment be
confirma!. On the roll being called.
Nix, Britton and Reid voted in
favor and Johnson against the
motion. The-appointment was de
clared duly continued.
n.
Committees were appointed as
Hows: Streets and a""ys: Nix. is
and j
Britton and Swanson.
Fire, Light and Wat* r: Britt
Reid and Johnson.
Health and Public Improvments:
Swanson, Nix and Johnson.
Licenses and Police: Britton. Nix
and Swanson.
Auditing: Reid, Swanson
Johnson.
Printing: Nix Britton and Swanson. ;
Board of Health: Dr. T. \\ .W elsh.
Johnson and Reid.
Moved by Nix. seconded dy Brit
ton, that chief of police consult
with mayor regarding hiring of
forces necessary to guard prisoners
working on streets. Carried.
Moved by Nix seconded by Swan
son that meeting recess until next
Monday, at 8 o'clock P. M.
Carried.
DEFENDS
HIS ACTION
(Continued from page 1.)
most potent method we could em
ploy to positively predjudice them
unfavorably. I simply offer this as
another reason why it would have
been impossible for us to attempt
the thing he charges.
Had these men been scheduled
to visit Roundup for a number of
days as delegates to a stock associa
tion or a farmers institute,we should
have mentioned in our letter the
fact that they were delegates to
this or the other kind of a gather
ing the same as we mentioned that
they were lurors. We will prob
ably continue in the future to ad
dress men who will become visi
tors with a similar letter offering
the banks courtesies as we have in
the past. If however, as the judge
charges, the minds of the jurors
were biased by this letter then they
as a body were disqualified to sit
on any of the cases in which the
bank was interested, and the bank
would have received its punishment
by the eases running for some fu
ture term of court.
As the matter stonds I have
either committed a crime or 1 have
been publicly black-mailed. The
Judge's action places me before the
people as a pardoned culprit. My
duty to my friends, associates and
my own self respect, forbids that 1
accept this attitude without a chal
lenge. 1 therefore declare it is His
Honor's duty to pronounce sen
tence upon me for the offense charg
ed and I stand ready to expiate the
crime to the extent of imprisonment
| as his Honor intimated the offensede
j served; or it is his unqualified duty
! to recall the charges as publicly as
l |e chose to inllict them,
, Respectfully.
C. K Lichaidon.
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FOUND. Umbrella in Pioneer Hall. Owner can
have same by calling at Record Office, proving
property and paying costs.
breaks the ice
cl from pant* 1.
the fans is putting it entirely too j
mildly. He made good from the j
time the first ball was pitched and |
kept getting better all the trine. It j
is a safe assertion to say that Nel
son lias added 40 per cent to the |
strength of the team.
For the visitors Toresdahel.
pitcher for the Shawmut team,
pitched a nice steady game and
made a hit with the fans with his
ever present smile and even "Saw
dust" could not rattle him. For
Twodot Hutton played ball all the
time and scored one of Twodot's
runs, much to the chagrin of Johnnie
Grant. Perry Moore played a nice
game at first base. Paul Lapiner
pitched the tirst game and he pitch
ed and fielded his position in fault
less style. Shawmut got but five
hits off his delivery, bunching three
of them in the fifth inning for Shaw
nnit's one run. Roundup scored
in the third and the seventh with
well bunched hits.
In the second game Roundup
started scoring in the first inning
and kept on scoring in every inning
of the game with the exception of
the third. Twodot seemed to have
a case of stagefright and was help
less before the attack of the Round
up team. Twodot scored her two
runs in the second and after that
they were not even dangerous being
perfectly helpless against Jergen's
curves. He allowed but three hits
in the entire nine innings, they get
ting two in the ninth.
The boys certainly deserve the sup
port of everyone in Roundup and
the team the way it looks now will
win practically every game they
play. Manager O'Neil is to be con
gratulated on his selection of the
team and it is to be hoped that he
can arrange games with all the
strong teams of the Musselshell val
ley and Judith basin. Below the
score of each game:
Shawmut
AB.
It.
11.
A.
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to.
Turnbull, 2b..
4
0
1
5
0
1
Patterson, If. .
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0
0
0
0
0
tiayleau,2b.. .
2
0
0
0
0
1
Hogan, e.....
. 4
0
0
1
14
1
Horn, ss.....
4
1
2
1
0
1
Brady, lb....
»J
0
1
0
<S
0
Davenport, cf.
3
0
0
0
1
1
Toresdahel, P•
. 3
0
1
1
1
0
Lundy, rf.....
. 5
0
0
0
0
1
Totals.....
.29
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Mel I ale, rf...
. 5
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0
2
0
11 udson, 51» . . .
. 4
1
1
5
3
0
Wheelook, 2b.
. 4
0
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Nelson, e.....
. 5
0
i
0
7
0
Toner, lb....
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0
0
II
9
0
Eckert, ss....
. 4
0
0
0
1
0
Rousseau. If. .
. 3
0
1
0
0
0
Lapiner, p. .. .
. 3
0
1
4
0
0
Totals.....
.54
5
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10
27
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Thomas, cf. .
. 4
1
0
1
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McHale. rf .. .
. 4
;5
2
0
1
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Hudson, 5b . .
. 5
1
1
1
1
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Wheelook, 2h.
. 4
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Nelson, e.....
. 1
3
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4
9
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Toner, lb . . . .
. 4
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12
1
Eekert. ss . . . .
. 3
2
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1
1
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Rousseau, If.
. 4
0
1
1
1
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Jergens, p...
. 5
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0
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Totals ....
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10
15
27
5
Twodot
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K.
Hutton, If...
. 4
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Tice, 2b.....
. 5»
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Rice, ef......
. 5
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1
Underwood, e
. 4
II
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Moore, lb...
. 4
II
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II
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Walton, ss ..
. 4
1)
II
1
0

Rodebough. 5
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0
0
1
3
1
Smith, rf....
2
0
0
0
0
0
McConnell, p
. 3
0
0
4
0
1
Totals ....
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24
10
Your suit, coat, dress, hat, waist
at one-half price. Get it now at the
Boston.
My Buick Model 10 auto for sale.
Its a perfect little ear. Sot* it if
you want a good one.
L. E. Brown.
Notice to Creditors.
i I -talc <>1 Marry 1). Wolttuniott. Hit-ensed
Notify is hereby Kl von by the iiii.hisipneit
administrator of the Kstate .if Harry 1».
1 Wolauniott, deceased, to tbe creditors of
! and all persons liavimi claims a mi i list the
said deceased, to exhibit them, with the
necessarv vouchers, within four months
after the flrst publication of this notice, to
the said A. D. Baker, administrator, at his
office in Koundup. In the county of Mussel
shell, state of Montana.
Dated at Koundup. Montana, .tune a. 1*11
A« U« nAKhn«
Administrator of the Kstate of Harry D.
Wolitamott, deceased.
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D.
This is Certainly the Greatest
CLOTHING
OFFERING
In Roundup—Just When You Are Wanting Clothing
the Most-Previous to July 4th
While the Bing Suits are comparative in points of quality to the
tailored at home suits they are vastly different in their field of use
fulness. The Bing Suits are more properly the business or the
professional man suit. They are made with a maximum degree of
rightness that is demanded by men who recognize the important
part that their clothes play in the game of life. They are made
for Style and for Service—they will stand the hard usage and
keep right. The Bing Suit is the younger man's suit. They seem to have the powers of youth
in their own mukeup. They are recommended to you on the basis of exceptional worth. The
lines concerned in this advertisement are values up to twenty-five dollars. Call and see them.
Men's $4
Low Cut
SHOES
Union made. Crossett and
O'Donnell makes. Raised
Toes and Military Heels
$2.95
Condon&Co
Men's $4
Low Cut
SHOES
Union made. Crossett and
O'Donnell makes. Raised
Toes and Military Heels
$2.95
The Boston
The Store that Saves
You Money. Our Loss is Yonr
Gain. TAKE ADVANTAGE
Money is PLENTIFUL in Roundup
The Boston is doing a big business. Our prices are so
low that it is an insult to the high quality of the merchan
dise, but we must close out our stock at once and save
moving expenses. Don't forget the place, The Boston
Ladies' Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts
Shirt Waists, Kimonas and Hats
ONLY ONE-HALF PRICE
Ladies' Shoes \ Price-Get a pair and save the other \
Men's Felt Hats <&„ $2—Men's Florsheim Shoes $4
OOl ___i Discount on all other merchandise in our store. QQl nA1 . - am l
*5 «5 3 per Celli Why not buy now and save that pCl Celli
THE BOSTON STORE
ROUNDUP MONTANA

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