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The Roundup Record
VOL. V. NO. 13.
ROUNDUP, MUSSELSHELL COUNTY, MONTANA FRIDAY. JUNE 21. 1912.
$2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
SCHOOL BOARD
HOLDSJEETING
DISCUSS COMPLETION OF PRE
SENT BUILDING—WILL SUB
MIT QUESTION TO VOTE.
The school board of district No. 55
met last Saturday night with all mem
bers present except Mr. Brown. Sev
eral small business matters were dis
posed of and a large number of bills
ordered paid.
At this meeting the board discussed
the advisability of completing the
present school building. The present j
building will be entirely inadequate
in size this coming term. Two rooms
will have to be rented in this city
for the purpose of accomodating all
the children. Last year the Roundup
schools had eight teachers and the
coming term there will be 10. After j
considerable discussion the school
board decided that it would be best
to wait until this year's assessment
roll is completed before they submit
the question to the qualified voters of i
district No. 55. The cost of comple
tion of the school house is estimated
in the neighborhood of $18.000.
DIGEST LATE
LAHO LAWS
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if.TEr.EGTING INFORMATION RE
GARDING WHO MAY AND MAY
NOT TAKE UP LAND.
A citizen of the United States loses'
his citizenship only by expatriation.
Certain civil and political rights may
be forfeited because of an infamous 1
crime, but the status of citizenship,
remains with al! the rights, privileges,
etc., of citizens in general, except such
as may have been forfeited or taken j
away. Therefore a citizen of tlie ;
United States who lias been convicted
o: ." felony and not pardoned is e-Fg,
ble to make a public land entry.
Cultivation of the land by the widow
or heirs of a deceased entrymau under,
the provisions of section 220n R. S.
it.;, t begin at the first cropping sea
son after entrymnn's death. The law
of cultivate..!, require# a continuity of
cultivation.
An American citizen who enter#
public lands in Canada and takes the
oath prescribed to perform that act.
does not thereby necessarily expatriate
himself from citizenship in the United
States. It requires an oath of alleg
iance to a foreign government to ef
fect. expatriation.
The preference right ot entry award
ed to a successful contestant is not
an absolute and unconditional right
to make entry re gardless of the'status
of the land at the time of cancellation
of the contested entry. It is only the
preferred right, to the exclusion of
other applicants, which entities the
contestant within the preference right
period to make entry if the land be
subject to entry under application as
he shall present, but he can only make
such entry as may be appropriate,
consideration being given to the sta
tus of the land at the time he tenders
application.
The continued occupancy of land
by a claimant and itis liberal cultiva
tion and substantial cultivation there
of, made after the submission of final
proof, is strongly indicative of an
land en
an en
and may
be acquired, it
he land falls
aiu. ami r 1 ."
original pu
rpose to n
uiku
a grit ultm.
Î home.
An assig
: meut of :
i des
try is not
an ;. bande
mm 1
try The
entry still
<r\ Î:
be i effect e
(i. and till«
? be
:t '"itry ;
- abar.'iont
?d tl
back to ti
te )uJ)lic
iluniî
govern!:.*"
• has par'
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SENATOR JOSEPH M. DIXON
Roosevelt's Campaign Marager.
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PRESIDENT WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT.
ALL THE CANDIDATES ARE WORK NO 1
I SES TO BE A WARM ONE—MISS
LEAD. FOLLOWED CLOSELY B'
NO THE END PROM
FITCH TAKES THE
MA VOGT.
week has slipped by
Grand Prize Cr
t of iutere#' i
votes,
nee that *
■ret bal- ❖
in final
Auo.
he R'
still tiie
shell conn rite ca*
hard this i\i ' i...d lu-ar
votes were ca. ...as Jt
tops the list ti. - w,
nearly 25,000 vote# , z .la
cd place. .Miss En. Y,
close second having c,
The Record wishes to . .
; ginning Friday, June z
loting will be adopted tint:,
day. Hie ballot hex will be p'seed in
the Citizens State bank, and al, votes'*
must be cast in this ballot box. The
secret ballot is adopted in order to
take tiie (lose of the contest out u:
cur hands, no one will then know
how tiie contestants stand the last two
weeks of the contest. It is a matter j
of giving every one a square deal.
Big Free Dance.
On the evening of the closing day ;
the ballot box will lie taken to the ■
Star theatre, where ballots may be;
deposited until 11:00 p. m. when the
judges will unlock the box. count the ja
votes and award the prizes. No vot, s
enn he <: : after the box is open.
Tip p<-< -rd hit# made arrangement#
the .'Mi the ; "•>- '■ : :i - cio dug
r AD TAKES OVER BOS
TON'S MEN'S SHOE D:
ded to the
z* FiorsneM- Sm
Pop- as "aa S -
payment by a Cea C: - *s. m ?*.<*d
Tnis Week
Bru e P :: . hear t of
Tl - Fad Shoe in ! . it g Store
bought :-*nUi - - of ;men -
shoe depart me:, t ti. 'm-Mo Dr;.
Gc-ms s- .v thi- - Ti." # i • k
consists of the well-known Flörsheim
shoes, r a mi o it , : : st) among
them, and is vi 'm- I a: about S_. »••<*
This deal lias beet, [.ending for some
tit-, but owing t: the fut that Mr.
! iadlgan v.f'tid tier agree to any other
price hut itis i . -v î , it had beer, delayed
until this week. The entire stock was
tlten bought at his own figure.
1 Mr. Radigan announces that in tiie
very rear future he will give the
, public the benefit of the remarkable
low figure at which this shoe depart
ment was purchased at.
The Boston Dry Goods Store is re
tiring from the i(?nts' furnishing busi
j ness and will hereafter be an exclu
, sive ladies' furnishings store.
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CONTESTANTS *
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......150,025 *
IBasin 145.325 *
ai'il, Klein . .144,275 *
141.07.'
\ era 1 lughc' .......
Florence Parkinson,
Klein .............
I > it) ( 'opinait. Else .
Ruth Eangdon .....
!.. ilia P Meai ham. Gnj.
Constiele Schice ....
Ethel Hagerman ...
Vorn McVay .......
I.ottie Sch rump ....
101,325
4 -
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28,500
21,350
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+
will be given
every contest
plaining
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to
wi. -n by
t ; - a
t; -, e.
top?
i guess
busy,
you going
andidate h
-ffort on your
ubseription to
• h-!' at tin
•II the'
ANOTHER DESERTER.
E. L. Herdrix of the Hendrix Mercan
tile Company Leaves for Arizona
to Return With Bride.
E. L. Hendrix, president of tiie
Hendrix Mercantile company of this
Roosevelt Admits
That He Is Beaten
WILL PROBABLY BOLT AND
RUN ON INDEPENDENT TICKET
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McKinley, manager for taft, says that taft will positive
LY BE NOMINATED ON FIRST BALLOT TOMORROW AS NO
COMPROMISE WILL GO—ILLINOIS. BY VOTE OF 58 TO 2. DIS
REGARD THE ROUGH RIDER AND HIS WISHES.
Una 1 _■*. Theodore liooso
Laio this eveiling lie
; himself, and in a long
i • iat ed lie will load a hoil
au convention and ac
■ ; luation at the bauds of
I lie Roosevelt dele
el like leaving their
a. a ept I he nomination
t : a ; hii a party. Min e
I in delegates pledged to
Ki st have disregarded
l, i'i si' to in led into a
I • • -1 noticeable instance
! ' Illinois delegation, who,
i ,aucus. decided by a vote
■ s',i> in the regular lie
urn m ion.
1 not i fi cat ion of a bolt of
■ ' deli gates, the I is, those
ii; li ; ,:! to him, was issued
tiie national enseveli
r!ns not if' ! : Hows:
ese velt (1, Iccati r. .1 the ;
: in. online room, this
ded that t hi• \ will not
e to the presidency of
ales to be stolen I:
the convention on tin
■ miniltee on credential,
e Iront the roll of dele
ms fraudenlly placed
■ 'uii ional commit Ice,
on es will refuse to lie
sol ion of the conven
a
i
( '( ill : ! , Boose VI ■
M ai Ip was r. ad)
1111 h ■ party, re,,
low s
"If Me honestly i
th" I ii vent ion cliot
veil Committee."
- an nomicemeiit
I deserl the Re
in part as fol
1 majority of
proceed with
* -s and to nominate me as tin
late of the Republican pari). 1
accept. If some among them
• I take such a stand and the re
Ur choose to inaugurate a move
to nominate me for the prosi
ng n progressive on a preen -
platform, and if in u<• 1 1 event
a neral feeling among proa res
in vor my bcinn nominated. 1
accept. In either ease 1 shall
iv appeal to even honest eiti
llehi
lose. 1
oloe
z ' :
tiie nation, ami
1 shall
empaign ihrougii.
win «-v
i: I do not secure ;
i single
! vote.'
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: •• men t ever brag
about
and don't blame them
BAD CHECK ARTIS f
IN ROUNDUP
DA'. P. McNALTY, A SPECIAL
"ALES MANAGER. PASTES
TWO BAD CHECKS.
K McNaR... • p-< :.tl sales ,
Joli!
hop* - to print an account of the wed
d • , n the new future.
u the rest. Mr. Hendrix intimated
it, few of his dose triends before ;
h Mg that upon lti# return he would
},. ■ ( ompanied by bis bride. He w as 1
tm-iUred a farewell supper at the
«n cafe by a number of his
s Monday night. The Record
ROOT PERMANENT CHAIRMAN, j
Uliiengo, June JO. The committee!
"it permanent organization this- morn
ing 1).' a vote of 22 to T voted to make
tim temporary chairman permanent. 1
This would continue Senator Root as
presiding officer of the convention, as 1
'veil as other temporal' officials. j
,\s a result of the position in which
Ike convention found itself today the*
rub s committee decided to draw up
a new set of rules to govern the pro-'
cedure cf that committee in the fu-,
lure. The committee Uten adjourned
until later in the day in order to al
lew Prof. Nicholas Murray llutler of
Columbia university time in which to
pul Hie new rules in parliamentary
i menage.
LOCALS DEFEAT BLOOMERS.
Large Crowd Witnesses Game Sun
day— Ladies No Match for the
Roundup Players.
Th< Roundup team defeated the
'Sion Bloomer girls on the local dia
d las Sunday afternoon by a score
> Io 1. Tiie indies t V i fell way
being ail) w Inn , near a match
I lin local boys. A large crowd
i 1 m d : lie game ami bad il not
■I n p r 1 . novelty of the game the
. ve been somew hat dis
cw.l v,
ipc.liP.
mellt
ha
mus
Roundup.
to lie tiie most ill
a -,'II-OU will
a I park between
a p M Sunday af
illl
JOHNSON HOTEL CH/
\ deal w as made 1, : I .
lack Sparling, w b .as
(inducted tin iiai ill
hole! |„
nine
tin
Spat lin:: I,
where
tur
sonic
tin
, Jolin
Ml!
oi that
• lit
ed the
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EX-PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT.
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SENATOR ELI HU ROOT
TIFT CAINS
IN STRENGTH
Chicago, 1:2n p m , June 21.— Th«
i'redentiah inmmitiee reported and
contest# are now being fought out on
ihc flour of the convention. A motion
! \ Goxenior Hadley to substitute the
min"ii'> report for the majority re
t>(il't in tli" Maliatna contest was de
al", 1 Taft showed a decided gain
in this vote, both Wbcoiisin and Idaho
i< I ' 1 1 i t : : tin Tal't forces. At tin' present
t .ini- i i,"re seems to he no chance for
a ( (iinpromiso on a third man, and
Tail s nomination is now generally
com ed"d liy Hot It Roosevelt and Taft
force It is thought liefe flint hal
lo! ine on the nomination would not
stari until late tomorrow, and perhaps
not until next week.
hotel tor a period of I wo year:
TIio
new landlord will without a doubt 1)0
thc most popular hotel
Montana
landlord S. M. John
deeided what he will
thinking seriously of
Smith river vallev.
men in Central
The former
mi. ha- not y*"
(III. Iilll he Is
1 ,( •I'itig ii. tl,.

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