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A Great Sensation in Merchandising
OUR CASH "C" AND T 'P" saTt *
We have Built a Gigantic Counter and have filled it.with a Great JVariety of Staple Merchandise. With each
article sold from this counter, we select and g.ve ABSOLUTELY FREE an article of valuable merchandise.
Watch the changes on this counter, and get some of ihe many dollars worth of Premiums
A. SHAW & CO.
The Roundup Record
Ä. W. EISELEIN, Editor and Pub.
Entered as second class matter
Jane 5, 1908, at the post office at
Roundup, Montana, under the Act. of
March 3, 1879.
Published every Friday at Roundup,
Montana.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
Per year, $2.00, strictly in advance;
33.50 if not so paid.
FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1913.
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♦ DELPHIA NEWS *
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N. Mattson went up to Roundup
Friday morning.
C. A. Spendiff came down from
Roundup and spent Sunday at home.
E. B. Carter came down from
Roundup Sunday morning to spend the
day with his family.
Mr. Lackey and sotn were down
from Gage Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Hall and son Ralph and their
friend Charley Smith from up north
of Gage were Delphia callers Wednes
day afternoon.
Mrs. R. T. English left Monday
morning for Minneapolis after a
week's visit at the Spendiff ranch.
W. C. Grant moved his machine up
from Musselshell and is sawing wood
for Handel's at the old Krueger
ranch.
Mr. Barron, manager of the tele
phone company came in from Roundup
Wednesday morning to look after the
new' line up Fattig creek.
Mrs. Dougherty came in Tuesday
mottling to pack up her household
goods, shipping them to Billings.
Walter Corcoran who has had
charge of the station at this place
left Thursday night for Roundup to j
accept a place in that office.
Rev. Joseph Pope of Laurel and j
Rev. J. K. Arnot our local minister will I
organize a church at Delphia Sunday, |
March 16. Everybody is cordially in-:
©
We have just unloaded a carload
of furniture, and are now prepared
to furnish you everything you may
require in that line.
WE HAVE
BEDS
SANITARY COUCHES
DINING R00N TABLES
CENTER TABLES
KITCHEN CABINETS
ROCKERS
DINING ROOM CHAIRS
DRESSERS
CHIFFONIERS, CHINA CLOSETS, etc.
in great variety at prices within the
reach of all.
Our Brass Beds Are Fully Guar
anteed against tarnishing for 50
years; this is a feature entirely new,
and worthy of your
careful consideration. i
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vited to come out and hear a
sermon.
DEMANDS RESIGNATION OF SEC
RETARY OF ENGLISH CABINET
good
LONDON, Mar. 18.—The methods
of the government in dealing with
militant sugragettes were discussed in
heated fashion today in the house of
commons. One of the unionist mem
bers, Harold Smith, declared that the
passive submission of the authorities,
"hunger strikes," and subterfuges had
brought ridicule on the administra
tion of the law. "The country faces
mob brule," 1 he urged, "and emer
gency measures are necessary. The
home secretary has reduced the ad
ministration of the law to a farce."
Mr. Smith turned on the home secre
tary and dramatically demanded that, 1
he resign from the cabinet.
LACK OF SUN AND AIR CAUSES
MORBIDNESS SAYS PROF.
PARIS, Mar. 18.—"A certain morbid
ness among girls and women, which
rests so heavily on life, is due to lack
of sun, air and exercise," asserted
Professor Manjon of Nice, the chief
speaker at today's session of the phy
sical education congress. "Sun bath
ing, air bathing and frequent physical
exercise in loose garments are indis
pensable to good health and good
temper in women," declared the lec
turer. In a later part of his address he
urged that the high school girls be
taught the elements of knowledge fit
ting them for motherhood.
WITNESS GLAD TO
GET OUT OF TOWN
CHICAGO, Mar. 19.—James Tak,
ne of the government witnesses in
J the case charging A. C. Frost and !
four ethers with Alaska coal land
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frauds, said he was "durn glad to get
out of this burg," today when Judge
Landis excused him. Tak, a Klondike
miner, expressed his desire to get
back to California with suca profound
j sincerity that a titter went round the
room. Charles S. Hubbell, a former
government employe who Surveyed:
the lands involved in the case testi
fied the lands show'ed no trace of
mineral other than coal.
DAILY BULLETINS OF
TUBERCULOSIS PATIENTS
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NEW \ORK, Mar. 18. The pro
gress of twenty persons who received
Dr. Friedmann's treatment for tuber
culosis at Bellevue hospital yesterday 1
will be told the public by a daily series
of bulletins from the offices of the
board of health. The first of these
bulletins wll not be issued for a week
as no change in the condition of any
of the sufferers is expected within
that time.


DESTRUCTION IN WAKE OF +
HURRICANE. *
HAMBURG GERMANY, Mar.
18.—Eighty ships, mainly small
craft, were sunk off this port
early today in a hurricane.
Twelve deaths have already
been reported and it is thought
that the death list may reach ♦
50 persons. 4>

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NOTICE OF CITY ELECTION
Notice is hereby given pursuant to
ihe laws of the state of Montana,
that an election will be held in and
for the city of Roundup, Musselshell;
county, Montana, on Monday, the 7th
day of April, 1913, for the purpose of
electing the following officers, to-wit: !
One alderman from the First ward,
one alderman from the Second ward,
and one alderman from the Third ;
ward.
Polls will he open from 8:00 o'clock
a. m. until 6:00 o'clock p. m. of said:
day.
Polling places will be as follows: i
First ward, Fire Hall; Second ward, I
Polich building on Railway Avenue,
between First and Second Streets
East; Third ward, Andersoa & Ber
ven Feed Store, oil Main Street.
By order of the Council of the
City of Roundup, Montana.
WILLIAM J. JAMESON, City Clerk
How Could He Know.
Jim Murphy had been accused of
selling liquor illicitly and the prose
cuting attorney was endeavoring to
make Pat, a job teamster, admit that
he had delivered liquor to the defend
ant. He stated that he had once de
livered freight to Murphy and that
part of that freight was a barrel, but
when ask what the barrel contained he
replied he did not know.
"Don't know'! Wasn't the barrel
marked?" asked the attorney.
"Yes Sor."
"Then how dare you tell the court
that you don't know what was in it?"
"Because, Sor, the barrel was mark
ed 'Jim Murphy' on one end and
'Bourbon Whiskey' on the other. How
the divil did I know which was in it?"
On the Witness Stand.
Thomas 1 . •. y. a Besten lawyer, v s
recently examining an Irish witness
in a municipal court in a suit having
to do with a: s .accident on the sir- t
ear. Hero is a fragment, of the in
formation elicited l:y the lawyer's . il
vico that the witness give an account
of the die- -der in his own word-.
'Well, the. r. :\n ft T in th' str-r. t
" - !!::■ corn* p". -nd; thn th' car-r ■
'• •!. an' \v :•'! ran out. The cr-r:
Fathered ar-ri und th' man and du
ed: 'He's kilt, he's kilt!' Thin
inmped in, pulled a dez :i cf the s;
peons out r.v th' way and vol's
'em: 'Yez thick-heads, yez! If ' e
man's kilt why in Hivvin's name don't
yez sland to cue side and lot him have
a hr-ri ath cf air-r."
Defective Education.
A well known ehizen of Baltimore
was recentiy spending a few days
with his wife at Atlantic City. Wh.n
! he seated himself in the dinimr mmr,
on the evening of his arrival he dig- \
covered he could not read the menu,
as he had left his glasses in his room, i
His wife was in the same predicament, '
so calling a waiter he said: j
Read that to me and I will give you
a half a dollar." Quick as a flash the j
waiter replied : " 'Scuse me, boss, but j
I ain t had much ejication maself.' " j
Not a Good Swimmer.
Two men in the west were to be !
hanged for horse stealng. The place )
selected was the middle of a trestle i
i bridge spanning a river. The rope j
I was not securely tied about the neck
of the first man to be dropped and the!
knot slipped; he fell in the river and'
immediately swam for the shore. As
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they were adjusting the rope for the !
second culprit, an Irishman, he re
marked:
"Will yez be sure and lie that good
and tight, 'cause I can't swim."
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4* ENGLAND HAS BEST AERO- 4*
* PLANE.
* LONDON, March 19.—The
British army possesses the best
aeroplane in the world and has
secretly perfected a type of fly
ing machine far superior to any
in possession of other nations.
This announcement was made
today in the house of commons
by Col. John Seley, secretary
of state for war. It caused a
great sensation among the
members.
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iNSON
Ko koi se pos Tmos no dobro
Why, what is it? Now I
How are you today? O, I don't feel very well,
have some news, read it;
Our best friend of the poor people's store is going away. What for? For
his health. His partner (Murphy) found a claim of rich ore and they have
to leave town, so they don't want to ship the goods out to make the Railroad
company rich, so they are going to have a sale for the benefit of the people.
O, Mrs. O'Brjen, hurry up and I will help you wash the diahes. Come, I will
show you the place. It is strictly cash, but if you haven't the money I will
let you have it. O, come Mrs. Johnson, show me where It is. O, Mrs. O'
Brien, you know the place but you only rely on the credit basis because
you don't know the value of a cash system. This means Murphy, the Irish
Jew. You show him a piece of money that looks like a ten-cent piece and
he will grab it like a hungry dog does a bone and will give you goods to the
value of $5.00. That is the way he started here so he made a small for
tune and I believe he can retire from business now. He believes In big
sales and small profits. See what good you have done me, Mrs. Johnson.
I have bought everything I need at half the price I would have to pay on
credit. Look what I bought:
♦ ONE $2.00 SWEATER FOR.............................,•••.....50 cents
♦ FOUR PAir.S OF SOCKS FOR.............................•.....25 cents
£ FOUR PAIRS LADIES' HOSE....................•.............. 25 cents
I FIVE PAIRS CANVASS GLOVES......................•......... 25 cents
ONE PAIR OF OVERALLS.......................................65 cents
% ONE PAIR. LADIES' SHOES........•........................$1-20 to $3.50
£ ONE SUIT OR CLOTHES........................................... $4.25
f i.-NE EASTER HAT.................................'.............. $3.50
($1.50 and up.)
♦ ONE GENT'S EASTER HAT..................................... 95 cents
Y ZV'' " REN'S SHOES...........•........................ 75 cents to $2.50
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DIRECTORS
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M. R. Swanson
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