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'▼▼▼▼▼ ▼▼▼▼▼▼ ▼▼▼▼▼▼ ▼▼▼▼▼▼ WWWtWW ▼▼▼▼▼▼ wwWwWw WWWWWW TtB LOCAL ROUNDUP LOCAL ç j*ND PERSONAL Snow. Then some mud. And finally dust. W. S. Tallman of Straw was here last Friday. Another band dance Saturday, January 30th. C. S. Spivak returned from Har lowton Friday. C. M. Jacobs of Musselshell was in Rojundup Sunday. A mild epidemic of measles is prevalent in Roundup. Inspect the Monarch Malleable Range at Wall's Store. T. S. McGurire and family left to night for Billings their home. The best place to get your pianos is the Art Music Store. Lewistown. Wilson Owens of Miles City spent several days last week in Roundup. Walter Ogle went to Townsend Sunday morning to take a look at his new son. A. W. Criss and H. W. Ridgway of Harlowton were Roundup visit ors Wednesday, Miss Millie Goetz has accepted a position as stenographer in Carl N. Thompson's law office. Do you'ns know that we'uns are going to have a 'possum dinner at the Buffalo Lunch Room Sunday? 75 cents. Dr. Welsh moved into Wynne & Quarles' new house on First Street west with his family the fore part of the week. Mrs. Berrigan, who conducts the miner's eating house at camp No. 2 was a Musselshell visitor the lat ter part of last week. Don't forget the big dance given tomorrow (Saturday) evening in the skating rink by the Oriole Club. A good time is promised. Freel A 48- piece hansomely de corated dinner set given away ab solutely free at F. M. Wall Co.,s store. See sample in window. The prices at the Montana Tailor ing Co. will not stagger you. Clean ing, Pressing and repairing. First door north of the Miner Saloon. Try a bottle of Lithia mineral water. No typhoid germs. 25c per bottle, $4 per case 24 quarts, $1 refund for empty case. F. M. Wall Co. A telegram received here Wednes day from Oswego, N. Y., states that Tom Hurley, who is seriously sick with typhoid pneumonia,, is improving. James Ray, father of the Ray brothers,and Mrs.E.W.Ray and chil dren left yesterday morning for Garneil where they will visit for several days. Ben Christopher, who has been spending the past few months in Minneapolis, returned to Roundup Tuesday morning. He says he can't stay away from Roundup. O. P. Bockness, who has been employed as carpenter by Haugen Bros., left Monday for Thief River Falls, Minn., where he will visit for a month or so. He will return to Roundup. Work on the new Johnson hotel was resumed this week, having been delayed by the extremely cold weather and the inability to get material on the ground. The build ing is to be ready by March 1st. The guy who annexed himself to the editor's Gordon derby, leaving his, which is several sizes too small in place, will confer a favor upon us by making himself known. Now, no "kidding" about a swell head and all that. All we want is our own hat. Fancy Bell Flower Apples $1.75 per box at Wall's store. I. M. Blakeley of Forsyth was a visitor in town Tuesday. Mrs. A. H. Davies spent Sunday at Miles City with friends. J. Caldervall went to Three Forks yesterday on a business trip. W. S. Smith, Lewistown, is sole agent for the Minneapolis School Furniture. Free! A 48-piece handsomely decorated dinner set given away absolutely free at F. M. Wall Co.'s store. See sample in window. Miss Margaret Jordan arrived here from Butte last week to take a pos ition with the Republic Coal Co., as stenographer and bookeeper. Roundup has another autombile. C. F. Richardon, cashier of the Citizens State Bank, is the possessor of an 18-horsepower, 4-cylinder Buick. You can get The Baldwin, Ham ilton, Ellington, Valley Gem, Howard, S. W. Miller, and Chicker ing Bros. Pianos from W. S. Smith, Lewistown. The cold spell has made the ice crop on the Musselshell a good one. The work of filling Newton's ice is well under way and will be com pleted in a short time. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ryan, who have been visiting at their old home in Canton, S. D., since before Christmas, returned to Roundup last Saturday morning. S. A. Mason moved his family out to the Farrell home on Half Breed Wednesday so as to be nearer his work. Mr. Mason is tie inspect or for the railroad company. James W. Beaver, manager of Marshall's new Busy Corner, left for Miles City last Friday where he will spend a week or ten days on business and pleasure. The following jurors have been drawh from this section of the country for the term of district court which convenes next week: Henry Willis of Elso; Joeseph Asbridge and Samuel Anward of Pine Grove. H. O. Britton, a lumber man from Larimore, N. D., was here several days this week looking over the city. He was favorably im pressed with our city and may de cide to locate here in the lumber business. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Lehfeldt of j Billings and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert | Belcher and Mr. and Mrs. Harry | Grant of Lavina, came down Sat-; unlay evening to attend the band dance. They returned home in the morning. ; I B. F. Brueket has established a j Quick Delivery service and is pre- ■ pared to do all kinds of delivering ' and transfering at a m o m e n t ' s J notice. His express wagon is stat-; ioned at the Roundup I'ool Hall when not busy. Bert Meacham has established a stage line between here and camp No. 2, making the first trip yester day. The stage will make two trips each way daily, leaving here from the Grand Hotel at 11:30 a. m. and 9:30 p. m. and returning will leave camp No. 2 at 8:30 a. m. and 3:30 p. m. Dr. Baxter, who was called to New York by the serious illness of his father several weeks ago, writes that lie was too late to reach home before his death, having died the day before his arrival. The doctor has been attending to business matters at his home in connection with the closing of his father's estate, and is expected back to Roundup the forepart of next week. j | | Fancy Bell Flower Apple? $1.75 per box at Wall's store. The Record still has a number of copies of the big souvenir holiday edition left. Get one to send to the folks back cast. Fifteen cents a copy, two for a quarter. The big benefit and smoker given by the Roundup Athletic Club last Friday night was largely attended, and was a success from every point of view. The program, which was produced entirely by local talent, had the close attention of the crowd which was greatly amused thereby. The Dutch Lunch was also not overlooked. Freight service has been cut down by the C. M. & P. 8., this being the dull season of the year. Freight trains No. 91 and 92 have been dis continued until further notice. A change in time of Nos. 64 and 63 was also put into effect simultane ously. the east bound freight now being due here at 1:00 p. m. while the west bound arrives here at 5:15 p. m. These trains do not carry passengers. In last issue of The Record a notice was printed to the effect that Roundup did not have a photo grapher and stating that a good open ing awaited him who would take advantage of it. No less than three parties have been heard from at the this writing, and it will only be a short time now until Roundup will have one of these artisans who will make it possidle for you ot have your beaming countenance preserved indefinitely. NEW STORE READY IN 10 DAYS Marshall's Elegant New Stone Building to Be Occupied Soon. Grant & Harden, the well known firm of contractors, are authority for the statement that the Marshall store building will be ready for occupancy in about ten days. The second floor of the building is already completed and work on the first floor is being rushed with all rapidity. This will be Roundup's first stone building and will certainly be a credit to the city. It will have a comer entrance and a plate glass front extending over its entire width and about ten feet on the side street. The completed building will add greatly to the metropolitan appearance of Roundup. Grant & Harden, who have the contract for the inside work, are doing some unsurpassed work in the finishing of the building. SELLS OUT CONFECTIONERY Roundup Confectionery Changes Hands—Carey to Leave for Helena. A deal was closed yesterday whereby E. M. Weaver of Lewis town became proprietor of the Roundup Confectionery, which has been conducted the past few mon ths by J. C. Carey. Mr. Weaver ; will add several improvements to I the business, lbs aim being to j ■ ' s J maintain a first class place in every respect. He will remain in the same building commonly known as the Brown-Osborne building. J. C. Carey, the former owner, has also resigned his position as bookkeeper in Marshall's store to a accept a job with the National Biscuit Co., of Helena, with whom iie was employed before coming to Roundup. He will leave with hir wife for Helena Sunday. Their many friends here are sorry to them go. The report has been confirmed that Harlowton will get the shops that are now at Lombard, says the Harlowton News. The roundhouse will be enlarged in the spring, mak ing room for the machinery that is to be moved here from Lombard. At one time it was contemplated to have the shops taken to Three Forks but owing to the greater facilities offered by the Harlowton round house it was decided to put a plant at this point. A COUPLE OF SURPRISSE ! Young Ladies Get Up Surprise Party and Are Surprised Themselves. The Misses Lou and Minnie Shaw were most pleasantly surprise Tues day evening at their home by about twenty of their girl friends who burst in upon them with malice aforethought to spend the evening. The surprise was a complete one on the young ladies who arrived here last week to make this their home, but they arose to the oc casin nobly and entertained their unexpected guests in royal style. The girls were enjoying them selves immensely in various manors known only to feminity and which they indulge in only behind drawn shades and tightly closed doors, until about half past ten o'clock (luncheon time) when, lo, and be hold! without warning, in trooped about an equal number of the ster ner sex, with "Merry Christmas" and "Happy New Year" as pass words, to join the festivities. Rum maging around the boys found several articles which consituted incriminating evidence against the girls, but thev stoutly maintained that the said articles belonged to A1 Shaw and played no part in the evening's entertainment. How the girls amused themselves alone, must, unfortunately, remain a secret forever. Scraps of conversation were also found' but they were be yound the boys to discipher. After luncheon, which the boys helped so kindly to stow away, the evening's fun was prolonged until one o'clock when the happy party broke up. NEW CONFECTIONERY S. H. Ramsell to Open Candy Store in Dean & Skeie Building, S. H. Ramshell, who recently ar rived here from Lewistown, is putt ing on the finishing touches prepar itory to opening his new confection ery establishment in the Dean & Skeie building on Main street. Most of the Btock and fixtures have already arrived and have been put in place, and the new business place will be ready to open to the public in a day or so. Mr. Ramsell will conduct an up to-date confectionery store in every particular and will cater to the best of trade. Mrs. Ramsell who is an experienced candy maker, will manufacture most of the candy herself, and this fact will undoubt edly insure them an excellent pat ronage. A place in the new store will also be provided for the serving of ice cream and light lunches, and later on a soda fountain will be in stalled. C »£ ** *«*+*•»»»«•* lonal ndup :: OFFICERS F. M. WALL, President H T. A. MA LOW, V. Pr.--. C.R.OHKNEY. ('a. hier \\ i I RECTORS T. A. MARLOW M. M. KLEIN F. M. WALL C. R. CHENEY If. F. CLEMENT. CAPITAI • $25000.00 SURPLUS - $5000.00 H Places as your disposal its H facilities and invites you U to make use of them. H 0 Let us serve you. MIDLAND Lumber Gompany Complete l ino of LUMBER Sash & Doors LIME. 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Agents for Columbia Phono graghs—Eastman Ko daks and Supplies. m there must lie ninny engaged and married people. It is a hundred to one that their engagement, or wedding ring, was bought here because here is where the greatest variety of high-class Jewelry is shown, ami where one can rely upon always getting good value for your money. We Have a fine line of (Sold a Silver Watches, Chains, Brooches, etc., and precious stones. Doiidip.