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Deputy J. W. McCall of Melstone
was up today. Inspect the Monarch Malleable Range at Wall's Store. Roy Travis and Ernest Howey of Ismay, Mont., are in town. Mrs. J. L. Lohman is visiting with relatives in Livingston. Fancy Bell Flower Apples $1.75 per box at Wall's store. The best place to get your pianos is the Art Music Store. Lewistown. Cliff Simpson left Wednesday morning on a business trip to Butte. Fred A. Appleman was a Miles City visitor the fore part of this week. W. S. Smith, Lewistown, is sole gent for the Minneapolis School furniture. Geo. Hubb left this morning for Portland, Oregon, where he will re main indefinitely. Johnny Lane is back in his old haunts after a prolonged absence. He has been up in Harlowton. C. F. Brenn, mining engineer for the Republic Coal Co., returned to Roundup after an absence of about a month. A. L. Haight went to Billings yesterday where he had some bus iness to transact. He will return tomorrow. Geo. R. Marsh of Lewistown Fur niture Co., was here several days this week, returning to the county seat yesterday morning. Free! A 48-piece handsomely decorated dinner set given away absolutely free at F. M. Wall C°.'s store. See sample in window. Ben Schrump, who has been visit ing with his uncle, August Schrump, for several months, left for his home in Grand Forks Wednesday even ing J. E. Murphy of Lewistown was looking over our town several days this week arriving here Tuesday. He has in view opening a bowling alley here. R. V. Simmons, a representative of the Grand Forks(N. D.) Evening Times, is in town getting up an art icle descriptive of Roundup and vicinity for his paper. Mrs. Chas. Dozais of Forsyth last week purchased a business lot lo cated on Main street in block 9. and we understand will erect a building of some kind in the spring. Olof Jensvold, one of the home steadersïnorth of Imundup, has pur chased a residence lot in town, and expects to build a house thereon for his own use shortly. Henery P. Nelson, who plays the big bass horn in the band and is also a first class painter, was in Lavina several days this week. He had some work there in his line. Mrs. Hice entertained a number of young people at cards Wednesday evening. Those present were: Ben Schrump, R. E. Bushnell, C. Simp son and Miss Gaughan, Miss Schrump and Mrs. Scofield. L. R. Carroll, who is Roundup's member of .the "third" . house at Helena, was one of the favored ones to receive an invitation to the big banquet given by Senotor Donlan last week. Donlan was the Republi can candidate for governor last fall. O. A. Vietinghoff, head carpenter for the Republic Coal Co., is back at his old post after an extended visit back east. He is making sev eral changes in the coal shutes at mine No. 1 and putting in a screen this week. The mine was shut down yesterday to accomodate the^ change. The object in doing this^ is to place lump coal on the market. The skating rink is the scene of another pleasant social affair tomor row evening when the band boys will give one of their popular dances The boys will prepare and serve their own supper which will insure a bounteous repast. Grady's or chestra will play, as well as the band and the Cresent Mandolin Club. Be sure and attend. Everybody in vited. 17 MARSHALL'S 17 DAY IVIHIlOllrlLL 0 DAY SALE MID-WINTER SALE Clearance Sale Notwithstanding the keen rivalry exhibited for stock disposal, we are going to make our first Mid-winter Clearance Sale, one long to be remembered by the purchasing public of Roundup. The buying public knows our conservative method of doing business and the dependable merchandise we carry and that a reduction at our store means a Bona fide saving in dollars and cents. Come! Come! Come! and hitch your dollar to the largest load a dollar ever pulled. MENS SUITS Worth $30.00 sale price $22.00 " 25.00 " " 18.73 " 22.50 " " 16.88 " 20.00 " " 15.00 " 18.00 " " 18.50 " 16.50 " " 12.38 " 15.00 " " 11.23 " 12.50 " " 9.38 Mens Fur Coats $60.°° Coon Skin $45.°0 $40.°° Kangaroo 80.00 $40.°° Russian Calf with Beavar collar 3O.®0 $32. 50 Russian Calf with Nutriu collar 24. 3 ® $20.°° Russian Bear 15.00 MENS OVERCOATS Worth $28.50 sale price $21.38 " 25.00 " " 18.75 " 20.00 " " 13.00 " 16.50 " " 12.38 " 15.00 " 11.25 " 12.50 " " 9.38 Mens Under wear Dept. Mens all wool under wear and fleece lined at off Mens Working and Sheep $18.00 Lined Coats Long Sheep Lined $13.50 $12.50 4 4 4 ( l 4 4 9.38 $ 8.50 Short " 6.38 $ 6.00 a 4 ( » 4 4 4.50 $ 5.00 44 44 44 3.75 Mens Flannel Shirts A saving in all heavy winter shirts of 0 Mens Hats Here is where we use the knife again there will be a reduction of 10°|o in all mens hats. We must make room for our spring stock. Mens Caps All the new and nifty styles in mens sky pieces at 2O°|0 off Mans Mens 15 in. high waterproof shoesworth $7.50 now Mens 12 inch waterproof shoes worth $6.00 now Mens hand sewed work shoes worth $5.00 now Mens dress of patent leather gun metal, vici kid, worth $5.00 now Mens dress shoes worth $4.00 now Mens dress shoes worth $3.00 now How's Your Soul We mean the sole of your shoes. Are you happy, we arc. Why be cause we wear and sell the famous F. Mayer and Hamilton-Brown line of shoes. We will make you a saving of 10 per cent in our entire stock of high-class dependable shoes. Womens $4.00 Dress patent leather $3.50 " Vici $3.00 " shoes value $2.50...... $3.00 Misses and Boys value $2.25........ $ 2.00 ........ Ladies Fascinators Twenty different styles all colors and shapes at 20° o Ladies Underwear In wool and fleeced lined at a reduction of 20° „ A Large Line of Lap Robes, of Fur, Plush and Union Buffalo at 20% off FURNITURE DEPARTMENT Our entire stock of high grade furniture goes at the same ridiculous low prices. A 20°„ saving in Iron Beds, Springs, Mattressse, Dining Chairs, Rockers, Dressers, Commodes, Buffets, Sideboards, Chiffoniers, Bookcases and Rugs. Dont fail to visit this department as youknow the bargains most wanted by you are wanted by all. Let nothing keep you away from this Sale. Remember fortune knocks at every man's door. Rap, Rap, Rap. She's knocking at your door now. 1 7 U r Rflaf'chall'c 1 7 DA Y lin ta IflQlSIlull S DAY SALE Roundup - - Montana SALE c ! ! R. II. ( iood was down from Harlo Tuesday. J. E. Olds was up from Miles City Tuesday. Wm. J. Able of Moore was in this city Saturday. Angus Ilell of Musselshell was in town Monday. A. W. Criss was in town Tuesday from Harlowton. E. P. Bennett of Harlowton spent Saturday in this city. Fred Holmes was a passenger to Miles City Wednesday evening. Mrs. T. A. Hinderman of Har lowton was a Roundup visitor Tues day. Ferdinand Klokow left Wednes day evening for Billings on a bus iness trip. Dr. W. R. Smith and E. W. Ray were passengers to Helena Monday morning. .1. W. F razer left M o n d a y for White Sulphur Springs on an ex tended visit. Bills are out announcing a dance for St. Valentine's Eve. Saturday, February 13th. The telegraph offices at Delphia, Waldheim and Cruse have been losed until further notice. If you wish to buy or j^ell no matter what, use a little Want Ad in The Record. They bring results. The trial of Elmer Hinton, who is charged with the murder of II. W. Hinton, has been set for Feb. 6th. Mrs. Theo. Schmitz and Mrs. M. Able left Wednesday morning for Helena where they will visit for some time. Dr. Baxter returned Monday from New York where he had been called by the serious illness and death of liis father. Rev. Jos. l'ope, general mission ary of the Congregational church, with headquarters at Laurel, con ducted services here Sunday. Free! A 48- piece hansomely de corated dinner set given away ab solutely free at F. M. Wall Co.,s store. See sample in window. W. Harvey and Jack Burnes of Musselshell, and Sam Young of t'uster were visitors in town several days the fore part of this week. Miss I lamia Sampson, an ex per ericneed hi »»keeper, arrived here from Butte last Saturday e v e ni n g to taken position in Marshall's store. Tr a bottle of Lithia mineral water. No typhoid germs. 25c per boillc. $4 pi r c:is" 21 quarts, $1 refund for empty case. F. M. Wall ! r .los. Asbridge, the Bine Crow ! sheep man. took the train here Sun day morning for Lewistown. having bi en drawn as a jur >r for the pre- ent term of court. Tbe lieeor I still lias a number of : "opies of the big souvenir holiday ci lit ii m left. ( iet one to send to ! the folks back east. Fifteen cents j a copy, two for a quarter. You can get The Baldwin, Ham ilton, Ellington, Valley Gem, Howard, S. W. Miller, and ('bicker ing Bros. Pianos from W. S. Smith. Lewistown, J. (j. Adams, president of the Coast Line Land Co., was up from Miles City last Saturday. He was here on business involving the Nad- erman ranch which the big land company purchased last fall. A. I). Sprague, representing. Fairbanks, Morse & Co., was in Roundup the greater part of thé week. While here he closed a deal for an irrigation plant to water a 40 acre tract a short distance east of town, owned by H. Miner Lewis.. Harry B. Thompson was called to Helena Tuesday by telegram stating that his aged mother had fallen on the icy pavement sustain ing a compound fracture of the ankle. Complications set in and it is feared that blood poisoning might result from the injury.