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THE ROUNDUP CONFECTIONARY!
JOHN C. CAREY. Prop. CANDIES A FRUIT, CIGARS A TOBACCOS STATIONERY A NEWSDEALERS BAKERY GOODS SPECIAL MIXED CANDY 30 cents Typewriter Supplies Lpirnl Hhuiks The Cottage Dining Rooms The Old Reliable Rating House Caters to the steady Boarders as well as the transient trade. Respectfully, Mrs. Minnie Cook /vwwwwvywvwwvwwwvwwvwwv>/ 1909 Calendars Recognize home industry and order ytiur 1901) Calendars from Tilt 1 Record. WM. J. JAMESON Attorney-at-Law NOTA K Y PUBLIC 12 year» Practice In Montana HOÜNIHP, MONTANA DR. SMITH Physician and Surgeon. Calla attended to day or nlKht. Telephone 4 short t ings. Roundup, Montana. THE JUDITH STEAM LAUNDRY We hut return everything the dirt. Laundry leaves Roundup every Monday. Leave orders at the Roundup Pool Hall. THE ASTOR CO. Will show in the Laundry Building here every TUESDAY FREE DANCE AFTER SHOW POPULAR PRICES 20-35c Doors Open at 7.30 o'clock Show at 8:30 o'clock Sharp RYAN LAND COMPANY Farm * Ranch LANDS Homesteads. Timber & Stone Locations. KOUNIJUU, MONTANA George Pennell Civil Engineer and Surveyor. Laud Surveying a Specialty irrigation Ditches A Kutluiate« ROUNDUP. MONTANA. g L. R. CARROLL it 1 RFAI F.STATF HOMESTP.DS ROINIHT. MONTANA Carl N. Thompson | Attorney at Law Land Filings and Final Proofs l.ltllll Otliee I'l'Uetlee Hint p rui* t Ich in it 11 Stute mul I. S. Courts Olficci Roundup - Montano imummmmtmummtmntmtmmmt \NV\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\V\\\\ I FRANK MARKS f Shoemaker y Shoe repairing of all kinds * « ... < J Harness Repairing' J > $ Jr sum*: M AIN STIIKKT HnI Xm i'. MUST y \\\\\\\\S\\\SN\\\\\\\\\\\\ A. G. JOHNSON REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Blue Prints, Maps «îv Plats for Sale. Second Street East.North of Depot. Telephone I short and I long ring •♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ I Jameson & Law f ♦ Real Estate Insurance ♦ ♦ Loans $ ♦ Business Chances ♦ ♦ General Law Practice Z t Notary Public I i .Main Street, - Kuuutlup, Mont. • ♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ HI FUIR « HONSMUI B A R BERS Shaving Haircuiling Shampooing Massaging By Competent Men Shop in Luropcon Motel ttOUNDlIP • • MONTANA ! I I I The Loca Roundup. Avors was in County Attorney town Tuesday. Mrs. Parque was in from her ranch Saturday. Joe Lewellin was up from Mussel shell last Saturday. C. S. Geologist Richards was in front Fattig Tuesday. Catholic service will he held here again Sunday. October 11. J. 11. Dailey, state boiler inspec tor. was in Roundup Wednesday. Your wife will appreciate one of those Niagara Ranges at Marshall's. The best place to get your pianos is tin* Art Music Store, Lewistown. Sheriff R. J. tiny and and F. W. Higgens were up from Forsyth Tuesday. Try a sack of F. M. Wall Co.'s Rex Flour. (iuaranteed to give satisfaction. Harry R. Thompson returned yesterday morning front Hunter's Hot Springs. Tin* doctors ol Roundup are in Meli tta this week taking tin* state examination. Your meals will In* delicious if cooked on a Zenith range. At Marshall's only. Miss (iaugan. sister of Mrs. J. S. (irmly, arrived here from Aberdeen. S. I >. . Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Klein went to Lewistown Tuesday on business at the land office. Mrs. J. C. I,oilman returned from her v isit to White Sulphur Springs Wednesday evening. Ralph Sloan left last week for Helena having severed his connec tions with the Roundup pool hall. When in need of building stone see J. W. and P. L. Newton. We have the tiliest .stone in the State. lift F. M. Wall Co. has received a lull and complete line of dry goods and notions. Call and inspect their stock. For Rent—(iood business loca tion on Railway avenue. Call at The Record otliee for further in formation. Joe Asbridge and Tom Duttnis have been appointed as viewers on the proposed new road leading north of Roundup. Make your home cheerful and your wife happy. A "Cheerful Honte" heater will do it. Mar shell has them—a full line, too. (i. (i. Medalcn. one of the colony ! of homesteaders in the Lake coun try north of Roundup, was in town yesterday. He is preparing to prove up on his ranch. J. A. Kelly of Forsyth, has pur chased the corner lot south of the First National Rank upon which lie will erect a building for a drug stori*. The purchase price of the lot was $1000. The M. R. Swanson Co. is mak ing preparations to enlarge their place of business, having found such a move necessary in order to I meet the demands of their increas ing business. Haleb ifc Comstock have opened a blacksmith shop on First street east and are meeting with excellent success in their venture. ISnth gen tlemen are experienced mechanics in that line and will no doubt en joy a good business. Mrs. A. T. Miller arrived here Tuesday from Mandai), N. 1)., to join her husband who is employed as clerk in Marshall's store. Mr. Miller has just completed a resi dence in the north part of town which they will occupy. Mrs. Mil ler was accompanied by Mrs. Scott who will remain with them. Among the Démocratie candi dates who were in Roundup this week were J. M. l'arrent. Ed. Mar tin, (irant Robinson, C, L. Myer siek. John B. Hitch, H. L. Dekali» and William MeClean, candidates for county commissioner, sheriff, treasurer, clerk and recorder, clerk of court, county attorney and coun ty surveyor in the order named. The Republic Rhanmoy is build ing a 'JO- loot addition to their pres ent building to make room for their increasing business. The room for the postottiee will he increased, a new prescription ease added and other improvements made. Round up may well led proud of its »Irug store which compares favorably with many towns much larger than Roundup. A subscription list was circulated this week among the people of Roundup tor the purpose of raising a fund to defray the expenses of sending little Tommy Smith to a hospital at Helena to rectify the deformity of his feet. A prominent surgeon of Helena, who was here recently, expressed the opinion that his feet could he turned around and made to assume their natural posi tion. and promised to perform the I operation gratis provided some one would pay his expenses. The cause is a most worthy one and should I meet with the approval of all. I I ! t ( ; A. A. Morris went jSaturday. Frank Leahy was a passenger t• > Melstoin* Saturday. E. E. Fernekorn of the Chicago office ,,f the Republic Coal Co. was here last week. Don t fail t<» look over our new tall and winter ready made suiis and overcoats. \\ e have them in all the latest shades of brown and drab for men and hoys. At the Boston Store. L. E. Bennett, a contractor of Alexander. N. IT. arrived here from Lewistown Wednesday to look over our city, lie has been very favora hly impressed with the "Queen city ol the Musselshell" and its pros pects for t lit* future and may de eide to locate here. Tom Hurley the prominent ranch er on Half Breed, and family took the train here Tuesday for Lewis town where they are to appear in a contest ease. Mr. Hurley tiled on a timber c laim which is now he ilig contested on the ground that it is more valuable for coal. Dr. Welsh left Iasi Saturday for Helena to take the* state* examina tion which is being held there this week. From there he will goto his former home in Braddoek. N. D.. to make preparations for mov ing his family here. 11 is practice is being looked alter hv Dr. (ira liam. Dr. J. II. (iraham of Miles City arrived here last Thursday to ac cept a temporary position as local physician for the C.. M. ,V St. R. After the Ii 1st of November the St Raid will have a permanent physi cian stationed here and. we under stand, will have their division hos pital at this place in connection W it h the Republic ( oai l o. Nltlilf It) Hunt (IS. Hunting and camping' is slrietlv prohibited on the R. It. Thompson ranch. All trespassers will he dealt with according to law. -3-30 T. II. Du Bois. Manager. DR. C. E. O'NEIL ni :. N i l ST Otliee in the European 11• >t « I UINEQUALUl) in tone and finish is our line of..... V I C T < 1 R tvs & Machines and Records W'e carry over 2,000 Edison and Columbia Records always in stock. Fine EIANOS and Music. Instruments on EASY RA YM ENTS Art Music Store Emil W. Saxl LEWISTOWN, MONTANA J. W. & P. L. NEWT O N DKAI.EKS IN \ NATIV E L U M B E R R. M. RYLES. Manager WOUNDUP. - - MONTANA Luniregglieiinl I - tun rli. »Services are conducted hi the sclionl lioiise under the auspices of the t 'ouu.reua - tlonul Church every alternat** Sunday . ut 11 a. in. and H p. in. Tin* putdlc Is cordlaly In viteit to worship with ii*. Joseph l J op**. (■enerul Misslonar.v EihmdiimI ( ImiicIi The Rev. J. Pldlllp Anshiltz conducts I In* services of tin* Episcopal Church und preaches at the school house hi Roundup tin* id Huiiday of every month at 3 p. in. Tin* piddle I* always welcome. Cnrnenler*' Union. Local No. 1ÏKI ol the United Krotlierhootl of t'Hrpi-ntfrs ami Joiners of Atnerlea meets every Tlinrsilay at 7.:illp. tn. at tin setiool house. ViKitiiiK members are i-or illallv tin Heil to attend. K. H. Ki.hman, Pres. K. J. Kost, Hei*. See. M. t. Church Service» Preaching Service at 11a. in., anils p. every Sunday. Sunday Hclituil ui uitt. in. *'• N. Il I ns t. Ciotoi Bequette & Thayer Contractors & Builders fcHTIMATKS MKN1SHKI1 KHKK OK CH A KO K W e make a specialty of re-enforced Concrete Brick A Stone Buildings. ROUNDER. MOST. Haugen Brothers Contractors & Builders Rl :» ns and estimates furn ished free of charge. Roundup Blacksmith Shop BALCH Ä COMSTOCK, Props. Pm c t i cm 1 Ho r ses h oe i n & C jenem I Blacksmithing Wagon Repnirinfi . . . Sheep Beds made lo order ; A share of your patronage solicited. ; J SIIOR: FIRST STREET EAST 0 .... ......... _ 'i V.V.V.V.VAV.VAVAVAV.VVVAV.VAV.V.VANWAWAV« S Î W. II. LEWIS -I. E. El'BANK Lewis & Eubank Designers» -Contractors*» »Builde rs Plans & Estimates Furnished Rnl'N'DIT. i WV.V.V.V.W.V.W.V.V, The European Hotel MONTANA AWAVAWAVAWÀ • • 9 m -m- tr * » 0 9* » * .*** > L:ii !»;i*,N(.'wlyl'iirnisliuil Rooms Ï S!'!li \l RA I I S 10 RllitJI AR KüOMIRS. \ 1 POOL TABLES \ In CI o n n e c t i o n \ HT Soll Drinks, Tobacco &( igars. DAVID LONEY, Prop. \ Main Sired, RoiiikIu)), Molli. \ \ c. « ai E B M ayæaassr NM For the Business Man Mental concentration and overwork means the loss of vitality. Digesto, with its food properties and mild tonic qualities, make this Malt Extract a necessity to every business man. U/iUMu n h.jfuunt und Id hi in bit .•It all ()> wj Shuts l niMi c MALT EXTRACT & fr. tm tç%e&to si malt cxvhac» t "Ult extract •*mi o*» .-,,. Incti. H^Ptm drcwina io.. M i l jul rv*M* timu ilctw "'H» . »*•*■•* '.i,** - » * *•'- **♦•« « 1 * 4 ; •: »'■**.'*, *f.»' JJV 1»»* ...r« *.»' |t ft** r*»-* S**WsScca.îr t*»Si 'Nr - W. CRANE, Wholesale Dealer, Roundup, Montana. $♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ \ J. C. B U S H j jeweler and WATCHMAKER Repairing a Specialty. Roundup, Montana. EDWIN S. COOK U. S. Commissioner Land Filings ^ early & F inal Proofs Contests |j * x - - - — jj lei. I short and I long ring, ii Roundup. Montana. 5