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The Montana Lumber Co. I Complete line of Building Material Î builders Hardware, Noted K. K. î Carpenters' Tools I âme, Plaster and j? £ Cement. Use "Genasco" Roofing | for Best Results. -......? : : 1 w s the* first consideration in n shingle *C Yon will always he saving money ÿ when you cover your buildings ^ with our extra STAR A STAR. A dose inspection will ÿ convince you. "QUALITY 2- Roundup, Montana. %V.V.V.\V/.\W.V.V.V.\\\\V* , .V.V,V.V.V.V.\V.\WAW.V. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ X ♦ I Patronize The ♦ 1 Silver Dollar Saloon I 2 t'i.riHT I t Street K:i. I l!:iiln>:i(| Avc. ♦ ♦ ♦ We have a fine line of ♦ : LIQUORS & CIGARS ♦ ♦ Give us a call. ♦ ____________ ♦ ----------------- I Robinson & Martin, Proprietors. ^ Roundup, Mont. ♦ Milk have just received from the factory large ship ment of this popular "ready-to eat food. It is n puffed rice, made pure and healihlui hy sei entihe methods, and always ready to eat. For a short time we will sell 3 pigs., 15e size, 25c ( all in ami inspect oar full line of groceries. "Our Qualities Make Our Prices Popular" MLR. Swanson Co. Second Street East Si <>d avc. Roundup, Montana. Hound up iMeai Market | ( )ystcrs & Celery ÎÈverv Try oui I loim-made ! .nrd-Nothinglike il ? MORRIS & COMPANY, IH)l N IHT. MONTAN A f »——••tat »»»«*••»• i><wii98 wiMm <t —— The Johnson House Newly Furnished Rooms, Firsl-class Accom modations. Full Line of Cigars & Tobaccos. Agency for Billings Steam Laundry, S. M. JOHNSON, Prop. Roundup, Montana. | i ^*x*x*xx?*x*x*xfx^x- : *x0xfx*x*s. i x , xv\ f wxf&x0&xtx*x*x.fx*xf'} F. M. WALL CO. Quality - Price - Service W F carry Monarch Malleable Ranges, Crockery and Glass Ware, Furniture, Carpets and Rugs, North Star Boots and Shoes, a complete line of Gent's Furnishings, Chase and San born's Celebrated Teas and Coffees, a complete line of Heinz' Pickles, Relishes and preserves, Sas katchewan Flour, (every sack guaranteed), Fancy Creamery Butter. New Potatoes, New Onions, Armour's and Cudahy's Ham and Bacon, Armour's Pure Leaf Lard. A complete line of We Carry a complete line of Our fall line of ready new, up-to-date North Star to-wear Dry Goods A. Gotzian & Clothing now on display Endicott-Johnson now on display at Popular Prices Work and fancy dress SHOE.S at Popular Prices Car of Bell Flower Apple will arrive this week. We have secured the exclusive sale of the FAMOUS REX FLOUR. E very sack guaran teed or your money refunded. OUR SPECIALS FOR NEXT WEEK. 10ÜÏ Sugar ..... $6.50 1 5S Pails of Jelly..... 40c Rex Flour, 49 lb. Sack - - - $1.65" 13£ Pails of Jelly .... -75c Rex Flour, 100 lb. Sack - • - $3.25 per can .... 5c Utah Tomatoes, per case «$2. 90, per can 12lc Erie Brand Assorted Jam, Regular price, Standard Corn, per case $2.00, per can 10c Armour's very best Deviled Ham, per doz. 40c pound can 20e, Special, 3 cans 25c per dozen 90c per can • - - 5c 1 r. M. WALL COMPANY Th«* IVople's Popular Trading Phiw* XvXXKKKWifXfXSXC Local Happenings. The Misses Buckey were in from the ranch at Thirty Mile Wednes day. E.<«.Worden, lawyer, First Nation al Rank Idoek. Roth phones 127. I.ewistown, Mont. I'!tf F. M. Wall Co. has now on dis play a lull line of ready-to-wear. up-to-date clothing at popular prices. I The livery business of Man-yes & | Cronin was sold this week to Ford ; naml Klokow. The consideration ! was $5,000. | Messrs. Meagealh, (iriedley and Woodward of the Roundup Coal Mining Co. are expected here from Omaha tomorrow. W in. Kemiisoii arrived in Round up this morning from South I>:ik ota where lie has had charge of the St. Raul's advertising ear. For Sai.k.—T hree lots in Round up at reasonable prices. Good bus iness locations. For further in formation call on C. C. Morris. I). W. Slayton, the prominent stockman-merchant of Lavina. came down last evening accompanied hy by his wife and little daughter. They returned this morning. C. C. Hopkins. F. M. Zimmer man, Gen. Rothman and II. R. Harden constituted a hunting par ty to the Snowies in quest of deer last week. The returned Wednes day with two deer. The three I.ewistown hoys who ran away from their homes the lirst of last week. Myers. Gilkerson and Scovel, were brought back Thurs day evening having been rounded up hy a representative of Sheriff Martin at Roundup says the Fergus County Democrat. The lads came hack in good spirits and did not know what a stir they had created until their arrival. They walked down the road the first day out. footing it nearly dit miles, and they rode op trains, doubling hack to Roundup on their way to Butte when stopped. It was reporteil Wednesday that they were in the freight wreck on the Montana lail road and that one or allot them had been killed. It was this re port, fortunately wl olly unfounded, that caused so much anxiety among the families and friends of the "kids." L. It. Carroll was a passenger to I.ewistown this morning. DON'T GET HOT—Rut keep warm hy using a "National Home Heater." At M a r s li a I l's OF COURSE. The instruments for the Roundup Cornet Rand arrived this week and the hoys appeared for the lirst time at the republican rally last night and made a decided hit with the! public. A meeting of the hand will he held Monday evening at which time everybody interested in music or those who wish to join are re quested to he present. Regular practice will he begun so the hand will he in readiness for anything that may show up. NIW ROOMING HOIISI OPENS MONDAY Mrs. Russell to Open Sixteen Room Lodging House in the Severson building Mrs. Hattie Russell has rented the second story of the Severson building wherein she will conduct a first class rooming house. The fur niture for the rooms arrived yester day and things are being put in readinesf for the opening to the public next Monday. Roundup has felt the need of ad ditional sleeping quarters for some time as all places of this kind have been taxed to their utmost capaci ty in taking care of the people ap | plying for rooms, and Mrs. Russell's new enterprise will be a most wel come one. Mrs. Russell formerly lived in Butte, hut now has a homestead in the foothills of the Snowies. Her sister. Miss Johnson, will assist her in condueting the business. Bundy leaves. Win. Bundy, who has been em ployed hy the Republic Coal Co. at this place as chief clerk for the past ten months, resigned his position and left last Saturday for Chicago where he will make his future home. Mr. Ihmdy has made numerous friends in Roundup dur ing his stay here who will regret to learn of his departure, hut who will wish him all luck in his future un dertakings. His plaee with the eoal company has been taken hy C. B. Burke. ! TO PRESENT PASSION PLAY The Astor Co. Will Show Great Religious Spectaele Here Next Week. The Astor Company makes an nouneement that for the next regu lar trip to Roundup they will show one of the greatest dramas that has ever been produced—The Rassion Rlay or the Life of Christ. This an exact reproduction of the world famous religious spectacle as it presented at Oherammargaii, Bava ria, hy the peasants, and which at tracts thousands of visitors from all parts of the world at each produc tion, This presentation was especi ally given for Rathe, the great film manufacturer, to enable all to wit ness it. The Him is nearly 1,000 feet in length and is beautifully colored. This is a rare opportunity for the people of Roundup to wit ness this great religious drama and should not he overlooked. The program presented by this company this week was up to its usual high standard and a large crowd was out to witness the per formance. You can't vote unless you reg : * j Special for minerS THE ONLY PLACE TO BOARD IS AT THE MILWAUKEE CAFE We will board you by the month or week or will sell you eommutation ticket $ 5.60 FOR $ 5.00 Wc are the only ones in town who have meals on the bill of fare for 25 CENTS Wc Give quick service and better meals than any other restaurant. Meals served at all hours and open day and night. ..... THE MILWAUKEE CAFE. Notice to the Public Notice is hereby given that John Cronin has bought the interest of E. M. Haynie in the linn ofHaynie & Koontz. The new firm agrees to assume all obligations against, and to collect all accounts due, said firm of Ha vine & Koontz, E. M. Hayxik. W. M. Koontz. 28-:n John Cronin. Notice of Dissolution Notice is hereby that the firm Crane & Anstrom has dissolved partnership hy mutual agreement. A. \V. Crane fakes entire control of the business and agrees to assume all obligations against, and to col lect all accounts due, said firm of Crane <Si Anstrom. A. \\\ Crank. Chas. E. Anstrom. Notice to Musons. All M usons of Roundup and vi cinity are urgently requested to he present at a meeting to he held in the («rand Hotel Saturday, Oct ober 10 at 7:M0 p. in.