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■ SKIN Can Be Made SMOOTH and WHITE By Usina Onr BLAIR'S LILAC CREAM « BOTTLE TRY IT We Carry the Largest Assortment of Post Cards in the Town THE R-E-P-U-B-L-l-C PHARMACY • E: H. BLAIR Cash and Credit People who carry all their cash around with them seldom accumu late much. Those who deposit regularly in a good bank increase not only their cash assets, but build a substantial credit also. Cash goes furthest when supple mented by Good Credit. Deposit your cash and build your credit at The Citizens State Bank ium»»tm»iii ii un»»» i »t«n»un!» a: SL YfC«CLL ft Ar« You undaeiddd Where to buy your bill of LUMBER. If so all you have to do is to look at our quotations for High Grade Lumber As well as everything that is included in build ing, for interior or exterior work, from the Timber n your foundation to the Shingles on your roof. We are always pleased to have you call. Newton lumber Co. TfB LOCAL ROUNDUP LOCAL c AND PERSONAL If you want your pictures framed see Lewis & Eubank. L. Gross, of St. Paul treasurer of the Egeland Land Co. was in the city last week. Mrs. Win. Taylor of Musselshell was here Wednesday, attending the Catholic Bazaar. She returned home on the evening passenger. Get a box of nice, red apples at Wall's while the sale is on. Only $1.90. Dr. T. W. Lewis, A1 Shaw, Fred Appleman, C. R. Cheney and C. II Tyler, went to Lewistown Monday where they took the initiatory de gree in the Elk Lodge. Call and inspect the new fall and winter samples of suits and over coats at Julius Redman, The Grand Hotel is being re painted thruout o n the inside, which improve» the appearance of that popular place. Mrs. Hattie Russell and her two sisters Miss Bessie and Preat Johns ton were passengers to Lewistown Monday. Rev. Jos.Pope spent several day in the city. He assisted Rev. Wind ross in the Sunday services, return ing Tuesday morning to his home in Park City, Mont. If you want your pictures framed see Lewis & Eubank. Don't forget to get a box of Lowney's Chocolates, on sale at the Republic Pharmacy. T. G. Ochsenrieter, President of the Egeland Land Co. was in the several days this week. He feft for St. Paul Wednesday evening. Don't overlookour tailoring de partment. Union made clothe». The Fad. Dr. G. E. O'Neil left Monday evening for his home in Canton, S. D., where he will spend the holi days. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ostrand of Fattig are visisting with M r s. Ostrander's sister, Mrs. Kinner of this place. Jos. Asbridge and son, Vern, left for the ranch this morning, where the latter ^ill spend his Xmas va cation. Come one, come all to the Fire men's ball. Christmas night, Sat urday 25th in the new Opera House, If you wish to rent your house or buy any lands or relinquishments or homesteads, see E. W. Smail. Edgar Sayre, arrived here Thurs day morning from Bozeman where he is attending school, to spend his vacation at his home here. Tell your friend you will meet him at The Pool Hall. Always open, always warm, always wel come. H. I. Case & Co. Don't wait until the last minute to get your Xmas photos. Do it now. Fairchild's new studio, one block west of Wall'B store. Mrs. E. A. Strait, who has been spending svereral months here with her son Wallace, left Saturday for Farmington, Minn., .where she will stay for the winter. Miss Bessie Johnson arrived here last Saturday morning from Beau mont, Texas. She expects to re main here with her sisters, Mrs. Hattie J. Russell and Miss Preat Johnston. J. H. Ramsev, who has been here for several months improving his homestead north of town, left for Waucoma, Iowa, Saturday. He will return in the srping with his family to take up residence per manetly. See The Record for one of the best six-room cottages in the city, Must be sold within next two weeks. A good investment. 38tf. The children of the Roundup school gave Christmas exercises yesterday. They are now free to en joy a tw'o weeks' vacation, school not taking up until Jan. 3rd, 1910. The amount of the offering for the sufferers of the Cherry mine desaster was $28.00. The following receipt has been received by the treasurer of the church: Chicago, 111.. Dec. 13th, 1909. Received of the First Congregational Church of Roundup, Mont., twenty-eight dol lars, for the cherity relief fund. S. E. Knecht, Treasurer. Frank Williams, a miner who has been employed at mine No. 3, died at the Roundup Hotel Sunday morning at five o'clock. Mr. Wil liams had just returned from the East where he had been visiting for several months. Since his re turn he had been in poor health and his death was due to an over dose of morphine. He leaves a mother, who resides in Montgomery, Alabama, and two sons in Okla homa. The remains were interred in the Roundup cemetaiy Wednes day afternoon. Rev. C. E. Haynes, conducted the burial service. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jameson and family left Thursday to spend the holidays in Butte. S. a A Bell Flower apples at Wall's only $2.00 per box while they last. Instruction given on piano or or gan. Call or inquire Miss Lulu Lucas. Editor A. W. Eiselein left last Saturday evening for a visit over the holidays at his home in Buffalo Lake Minnesota. Don't forget, we are still serving those dainty 6 o'clock dinners at Commercial Cafe. The Ladies' Circle of the Congre gational church will meet with Mrs. Windros3 next Wednesday at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Alice Cinnamon, of Camp No. 2 made a Sunday visit in Musselshell with her daughter Mrs. Archer, returning Monday. E. W. Van House of Aberdeen, S. D., has been looking over our city for several days. We under stand he is contemplating putting in billiard tables in th« Evan's building. We have just received a $1000 shipment of W. & S. paints, var nishes and stains. Twenty-eight shades of house paint. Line com plete. Roundup Hardware Co. Go to E. W. Smail and he will show you bargans in lots and houses. Now is the time to invest in Round up property before the boom takes place which is sure to come before spring. Mr. and Mrs. John Elliot, and two daughters arrived here last night from Lewistown, where the two Miss Elliots have been attending high school/ They left this morning for the Elliot ranch where they will spend Christmas. The Dreamland Theatre will give a special program Saturday and Monday nights. The following is the program for Saturday: Nick Carter's Double Calling Day, Ponto runs away, Honesty is the Best Policy, A sound Sleeper. Illustrated song, Why Don't Santa Clause Come Next Door. Monday Program: Montana Schoolmam, Tale of the Search Light Told. Illustrated song, School Days. Turner Ray, one of Roundup's popular young men, was married in Biilings, Tuesday Dec. 21st „to Miss Jessie Love of Belfry, Mont. The ceremony was preformed by Rev. Smith of the M. E. church The young couple returned t o Roundup, Wednesday where they will make their future home. The Record extends congratulations. SATISFACTION-GIVING VALUSS k THIS is a safe store first and a money-saving store * afterwards. Quality is never sacrificed even for the sake of making little prices. We sell none but standard goods—that policy is never relaxed. Our prices always the lowest—that policy never varies. are Your Money is not Ours Until You Feel Sarisfied With What You Buy. k f| |||P 1 Dry Goods,Shoes, China and Glass I Ji ll I inp ware, Gents Funishings, Groceries, UUI LIIIG Furniture, Ranges, Shelf Hardware August Schrump Cornar Main St. and lat Ava. When ordering coal 'phone 45 Keen Coal Co. office Grand Hotel. Don't forget the Emily Waterman Concert Co., which appears here Monday Dec. 27th in Pioneer Hall. Bequette & Gile have resumed the management of the Roundup Hospital and it will be a public hospital the same as before. Miss Bertha Hendrickson left last Saturday evening for Water ville, Iowa, where she will visit for several months, returning to Round up in March. F. M. WALL CO. QUALITY PRICE. SERVICE titra Specials lor Heil Week Fancy Apples cut again to $ 1.80 This sale is about off. 1 gal. hardwood keg of Medium Sour Pickles .60 2 gal. «1 44 II 41 4a 44 1.00 5 gal. 44 <4 44 44 44 44 2.00 1 gal. " " " Small Sweet " .90 2 fiai. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 < 14 «4 1.50 5 gal. " " " Chow • 1.00 These are genuine bargains 2 lb. can Preserved Cherries, regular 25c seller .15 Fancy preserved Strawberries, regular 25c seller .15 Eastern Tomatoes, per case 2.50 Standard Corn, per case 2.40 Calumet Laundry Soap, 7 bars .25 t 4 " " 30 bars 1.00 4 « " " 100 bars V 3.00 F. M. WALL CO: PEOPLES POPULAR TRADING PLACE Telephone No. 1. If you wish to insure your pro perty go to E. W. Smail. Sweet apple cider at H. I. Case & Co. W. S. Talman of Straw, was in the city the first of the week. Wm. R. Evans and father left Thursday for Butte, t o spend Christmas with relatives. Mr. and Mrsr W. W. Taylor ar rived here Wednesday evening from Cherry, 111., whete Mr. Taylor has been since the sad disaster.