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Can Be Made SMOOTH and WHITE By Usinft Our BLAIR'S LILAC CREAM A I0TTLE 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 accpmu* late much. Those who deposit rëgularly 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 TO OUR CUSTOM ERS AND FRIENDS We thank you for your liberal patron age accorded us during the past year, and wishing you a happy and prosperous New Year and many of them Newton Lumber Co. TIB LOCAL OUNDUP LOCAL c AND PERSONA Geo. McCleary was u p from Musselshell Tuesday. If you want your pictures framed see Lewis & Eubank. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Taylor left for Chicago Tuesday evening. Photos at Fairchild's. West of> Wall's. Cloudy or bright days Mrs. Jessie Hoffendeck, left for Billings the fore part of the week. Get a box of nice, red apples at Wall's while the sale is on. Only $1.90. Wanted to buy resident lot or house and lot inquire H. I. Case Pool Hall. Howard Bushnell of Irene, was visiting with h i s brother Ray over Christmas. Call and inspect the new fall and winter samples of suits and over coats at Julius Redman, The Boston Store will open its doors for business in the Gibb building Monday morning. The Ladies' Aid of the Catholic church will offer at auction every thing that was left from their Ba zaar and will also raffle the doll that is on display in the window of the Roundup Drug store and a painted pillow at the New Year's dance. Sweet apple cider at H. I. Case & Co. Dr. G. E. O'Neil will be home Tuesday, Jan. 4th. If you want your pictures framed see Lewis & Eubank. Wm. J. Jameson returned Wed nesday evening from Butte. F. S. Warren was up from Miles City on business, Tuesday. Chas. Dozois of Forsyth was a business visitor here this week. When ordering coal 'phone 45 Keen Coal Co. office Grand Hotel N. Anderson and mother of Pine Grove transacted business here Mon day. Roomers and boarders wanted. $30.00 per month. Mrs. Kate Bar den. Don't overlookour' tailoring de partment. Union made elothes. The Fad. J. C. Simpson returned Monday from Livingston where he spent Christmas. E. L. Hendrix of Malta, was in the city Tuesday. He is looking for a business location. Geo. S. Wells, president of the Copper State Mining Co. was down fron Lewistown Tuesday. Call at the office of the Montana Lumber Co., at your convenience and get one of their Souviners. Tell your friend you will meet him at The Pool Hall. Always open, always warm, always wel come. H. I. Case & Co. Rev. C. E. Haynes and his two boys left Tuesday evening for Miles City, where they wjll spend New Year's day with Mr.Hayne's parents. There will be a grand Soccer Football match at the rime course north of town tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon. You can't afford t o iss this. We have received just a $1000 shipmentjof W. & S. paints, var nishes and stains. Twenty-eight shades of house paints. Line com plete. Roundu" Hardware Co. J. C. Huntoon, prosecuting at torney, H. E. Gibson, court sten ographer and Under Sheriff John Biglen of Lewistown were here Wednesday and Thursday on Justice Court cases. It's an undecided fact as to who reached the North Pole, but we do know that you can always get one of those nice jucy T-bone stakes at at Danils' Cafe. u The Commercial Cafe will serve a special dinner New Years and will also serve a nice dainty dinner Sunday, Jan. 2nd at 6 o'clock. Come and take dinner with ua. The diamond ring raffled a t Dean & Skie's Jewelery store last Friday evening was witnessed by a large crowd. It was preposed that they draw ten numbers and the eleventh one would draw the ring, which was agreeable to those pres ent and the drawing proceeded. S. O. Konsmoe was the lucky one holding No. 152, the eleventh num ber drawn from the box. The following officers were elected at a business meeting of the Con gregational church Sunday even ing: Mrs. Corlis Fairchild, clerk; Mrs. L. M. Law, treasurer; J. C. Simpson and Mrs. John Bogue; deacons; trustees: L. M. Law, A. T. Irwin, Alfred Shaw. Superintend ent of Sunday school, Mrs. A. T. Irwin; President of the Christian Endeavor, Andrew Viland. The Ladies Circle met Wednesday and elected Mrs. Dr. G. A. Lewis, pres dent; Mrs. M. R. Swanson, vice president and Mrs. Corlis Fairchild treasurer. L. M. Law was in Lewistown Tuesday on business. Born Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith, a baby boy. Get the Habit! of going to Danils' Cafe for your Snnday dinner. Bell Flower apples at Wall's only $2.00 per box while they last. Walter Night was a Lewistown visitor the fore part of the week. When ordering coal 'phone 45 Keen Coal Co. office Grand Hotel. Instruction given on piano or or gan. Call or inquire Miss Lulu Lucas. Go to Danils' Cafe for your New Years dinner, something swell don't miss it. Did you know that Danil's Cafe was open day and night, and ready to serve you? Warren G. Davenport, the author of the Butte X-Ray, gave The Record a call Monday. Mr. and Mrs Hugh Babcock came down from White Sulphur to spend Christmas with friends here. J. II. Ross and W. H. Wallace, two of Musselshell's enterprising young ranchers were in town Wednesday. 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. Mrs. Morrison, who is employed in the Roundup Coal Co.'s office has been enjoying a visit from her father, Jos. King, of Spokan, Wash. F. M. Gray and wife registered at the Johnson Hotel Monday. Mr. Gray is here representing the Nott Atwater Co., who bid for hose was accepted by the city council. 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. The Commercial Cafe will servp u special dinner New Years and will also serve a nice dainty dinner Sunday, Jan. 2nd at 6 o'clock. Come and take dinner with us. The Watertown News says that C. W. Hell has purchased the bar ber shop in this villiage. Now the men of that town get shaved by Hell, and when they run up their bill there's Hell to pay. One dis tinct advantage of having that kind of a name is that the owner can rnise a little Hell without getting into trouble.—Lester Prairie News. SATISFACTION-GIVING VALUES ' I 'HIS 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. Our Line Dry Goods, Shoes, China and Glass ware, Gents Funishings, Groceries, Furniture, Ranges, Shelf Hardware August Sehrump Corner Main St. and fat Ava. Orson Dutton of Mildred, spent the holidays with his brother at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Roots and son Jos. were down from Harlowton Saturday. The were guests at the home of Doc Morris and family. Attorney Tyler will move into the Iront suite of the new Gibb Building on the 1st. of Jan. where he will have as fine a law offices as can be found in this part of the state. The new Gibb building is the most up-to date building in our city. F. M. WALL CO. QUALITY PRICE. SERVICE titra Spedals tor Heil Week Fancy Apples cut again to This sale is about off. 1 gal. hardwood keg of Medium Sour Pickles 2 gal. 5 gal. 1 gal. 2 fiai. 5 gal. $ 1.80 Small Sweet " " Chow These are genuine bargains 2 lb. can Preserved Cherries, regular 25c seller Fancy preserved Strawberries, regular 25c seller Eastern Tomatoes, per case Standard Corn, per case Calumet Laundry Soap, 7 bars " " M 30 bars " " " 100 bars F. M. WALL COî PEOPLES POPULAR TRADING PLACE Telephone No. I. Chief Mining Engineer, C. F. Brenn arrived here Monday night from Seattle, Washington. Moritz Flischman who has been tending bar at The Moose, left for Lewistown today where he expects a like position at the Bright Hotel. Prof. Draule and wife, Miss Jens void, Miss Seelye and Miss Fer guson, teachers of our public school left Monday morning for Bozeman where they will attend the state in stitute whicn is being held there this week.