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ROUNDUP LOCAL çyi N D PERSONAL Read Marshall's ad for bargains. Swanson sells McLaughlan coffee 20c. B. J. Jensen was down from Lav inn last Saturday. Head Lineman F. !.. Warner was down from Harlowton yesterday. F. Tullock, deputy sheriff of Lewistown, was in the city Satur day. Don't overlook our tailoring de partment. Union made clothes. The Fad. Bert d'Autremont, of Lewistown, was here several days this week looking after his business interests. Just received a full line of cigars, tobaccos, candies, ets. Your pat ronage solicited. The Mission Pool Hall. R, J. Daniels, traveling freight and passenger agent of the C., M. & P. S., was in the city from Miles City Wednesday. Graves' meat market and a vacant building beside it, were destroyed by fire in Harlowtown last Saturday morning. It was only thru the good work of the citizens that the fire was prevented from spreading and destroying considerable more property. It E. to Are You On a Gash Basis? Do you pay all your bills with cash, and perhaps pay them twice? Do you argue and dispute over the amount? Do you try to keep all such records in your mind. A checking account with this bank will eliminate all such troubles. Deposit your money in this bank— pay your bills by check—that is the safe way, the modern way of doing business. Come in and let us start you. It's easy. The Citizens State Bank n tLUME» NAIL "THIS DOWN Many men think there's no difference in Lumber; that lumber is Lumber no matter where you get it. This is true, of course, but there is both Good and Poor Lumber If you are looking for good lumber at moderate prices let us figure with you on your next bill. Newton Lumber Co. tîîtramtm mnfflmmtmmwwin ii nii ttn .. § j Swanson sells Burnett's Vanilla It is pure. R. P. Heren, of Lavma, was a visitor here Monday. (let your wall paper at Marshall's j 20c per roll. F. W. Coble. VV. F. Coston and E. L. Parker, were up from Gage Sunday. Nicely furnished rooms. Special rates to steady roomers. Russell House. 42tf Robt. Hutton and F. F. Frit/., of Towner, N. D., were looking over the city this week. One cabinet size photo given free to every newly married couple until urther notice, at the Fairchild's studio. 1-block west of Wall's For Rent—Three-room house with cellar and good well, corner of Fith avenue and Second street east. William O'Donnell, inquire at Hotel Roundup. Ip Another cold spell accompained with a snow fall of about four inches reached here Monday and has been here all the week loosening up a trifle yesterday. The thermometer reached its lowest mark Wednesday morning when it registered 22 de grees below zero. j Bismarck Pickles at Swanson's' Store. Henry Willis and son, Philip, were down from Elso today. Dr. T. W. Welsh moved his office into the Lehman building yester day. There isn't a better game for you to butt into than bowling at II. I. Case & Co. H. F. Simpson returned Wednes day evening from a few days' trip to points in the Judith Basin. E. G. Worden, lawyer, First Nat ional Bank Block, Lewistown Mont. Both 'phones, 127. lOtf L. M. Law was down to Miles City part of the week on business in connection with the Milwaukee Townsite Company. The Commercial Cafe will re open Monday, Feburary 21st. with temporary furnishings. It will be about a week or ten days before the place will be arranged as planned. Mrs. E. S. Cook. The new coal chutes are practi cally completed and will be ready for use in a week or ten days. The old chutes are being dismantled and the tipple connected with the new ones. The Epworth League of the M. E. church will give a social Washing ton's Birthday February 22nd, in the evening. All are cordially in vited. Lunch will be served. No charges. The Roundup Athletic Club met Tuesday evening and adopted a constitution and by-laws. The next meeting will be held next Thurs day evening in Stanley Hall at which time officers will be elected. All those interested in the move ment should make it a point to be present. Mine No. 1 resumed work Mon day morning alter another enforced shut down of about a week caused by high water. It was necessary to send to Miles City for some pump repairs, this causing consider able delay. A cut-off is now being made between the east entries and and new rooms being opened, it being hoped that the trouble with high water will thus he averted. Residence and business lots in the new town of Davis (2 1-2 miles east of Roundup) now on sale. People of this vicinity will be al lowed to select and purchase lots at the present low price during the month of February. Mardi 1st the lots will be on sale at outside points and at advanced prices. Those in terested will inquire of A. A. Morrii. First National Bank. The following scrap was picked up the other day and is probably some school boy's composition: "T1 ie human body is made up of the head, the thorax and the ab domen. The head contains brains when there is any. The thorax con tains the heart, lungs and diagram. The abdomen contains the vowels of which there are live—a, e, i, o. u. and sometimes w and y. The Ladies' Circle of the Congre g.itional church entertained at a j farewell party at the home of Mrs. L. M. Law Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. T. B. Windross, who is leaving Roundup to join Mr. Windross, in Great Falls. A most pleasant afternoon was spent.* Dainty refreshments were served. Those present were Mesdames. Bogue, Lewis, Tyler, Rocke, Swan son, Fairchild, Bragstad, Hie«, Jones, Shaw, Irwin, Schice, i Schrmnp, Lohinan, and the Misses; Schrump and Bragstad. R. L. Williams arrived here from Everett, Wash., Wednesday even-i ing and is preparing to establish residence on his homestead north of here, on which he filed sometime last fall. His family will come here as soon as spring opens up. Mr. Williams will make a number of improvements on his ranch, and expects to do considerable break- 1 ing in the spring. Later on he says he may become interested in some business enterprise in Roundup, i Mr. Williams is an experienced, farmer and the kind this section : is always pleased to see come in. i Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Handel were up from Musselshell Wednes day. F. E. Harriot returned Wednesday morning from a brief business visit to Miles City. Benjamin Heehtman arrived here from Butte to join his brother in the new I-X-L Clothing Store. A 31ö-acre ranch was sold last week near Moore for $1S per acre. This is the record price for Judith Basin land. Miss Mabel Border came here from Bozeman last week to take a position as waitress in the new Grand Cafe. The new 1-X-L Clothing Store opened for business this week altho their entire stock has not yet ar rived on account of the irregular freight service. It is expected here every day, however. Lewistown Democrat: Peter Perry of the Flatwillow country, is in the city on business. Mr. Perry re cently had the misfortune to have a fine stallion stolen from him at Ponderay, Canada, and the local officers will assist him in bringing the thieves to justice and recovering the valuable horse. The last of the series of enter tainments being given here by the Midland Lyceum Bureau under the auspices of the Pioneer Club will be given on or about March 12th, when L. W. Ford, the cartoonsit, will appear. Ford gives a chalk-talk which is brainy as well as funny, and pleases his audiences every where. IIIS IN: Be sure to take a look at the Bargains in our display windows. in of of r SATISFACTION-GIVING VALUES 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 hut standard goods—that policy is never relaxed. Our prices are always the lowest—that policy never varies. Your Money is not Ours Until You Feel Satisfied With What You Buy. 0 Our Line Dry Goods, Shoes, China and Glass ware, Gents Funishings, Groceries, Furniture, Ranges, Shelf Hardware August Schrump cerner Main St. and 1st Ava. New and secondhand goods bought and sold at Morse's Second Hand Store, opposite Montana Lumber Company. 47tf Mac W. Lutz, H Schnick, E. D. Potter, M. V. Bauley and Geo. W. Baker, all Lewistown people, were in the city yesterday. Japan, the new town between Melstone and Musselshell, is ex periencing quite a boom. Among the recent investors in property there are F. \V. Coble, Geo. Will iamson, E. L. Parker and W. F. Coston, prominent young sheepmen of Gage. They expect to improve their pioperty during the present year. While at Musselshell last week, Rev. C. E. Haynes took oc casion to interview a number of its citizens o n the county division question, and he found a strong sentiment in favor of the creation of the new county prevailing, W. L. Tillman, president of the Com mercial Club there being one of the most enthusiastic supporters. At the Methodist church, the "Church of a Cordial Welcome," the services Sunday will be as fol lows: Sunday school at 10 a. m,; Public worship at 11:00, subject. "The Apostles' Creed," this being the third sermon on this subject; Evening sendees at 7:30, special music by large chorus, W. M. Jones chorister. The pastor's subject for the evening will be "The Old Paths." The services are all well attended and in order to secure a scat for the evening service you should come early. Keep in mind the sacred cantata which the choir is now preparing for. Watch for the date. John McGinnis, ex-mayor o f Butte, John W. Wade and John Berkin, of Helena, and T. A. Berkin, of Lewistown, were visitors in the city Tuesday. The party were on their way home from Musselshell, where they had gone to look over some land which they intend to purchase. On account of the bad weather they did not get an opp r tunity to inspect the land, but will r stum in a few days to do so. The land in question is a large tract north of the Musselshell including the Walter Winnett ranch on Box Elder creek. The option they hold on the land expires shortly. The gentlemen's visit to Roundup was merely to see the "Miracle of the Musselshell" of wlvch they had heard so much, and everyone ex pressed himself as having great deal of faith in tier future of our city. Howard Buehnell, the popular oung forest ranger, came in from the mountains this evening. Mary Polich, the two-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Po lich, died this morning at five o'clock of pneumonia. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at two o'clock. Rotte». On and after March 1st, 1910, the banks of the city will close at 3 o'clock p. m. instead of at 4 o'clock p. m. as at present. First National Bank II. P. Lambert, Cashier. Citizens State Bank C. F. Richardon, Cashier. SALE NOW ON ■ow< Men's, Youths »Childrens' SUITS l-X-L Clothing Store WE«B a / 7 J.' A Most Inpirtiit RiMdy. Quinine is obtained from the cinchona bark, taken from culti vated tree« in India and South America. No other drug known to science has better defined medicin al properties. We can furnish the pure sulphate of quinine in any quantity. Are You Siek i Bod? No reason for being so, when you can send to us for so many reme dies to aid you in getting well. The Republic Pharmacy E. H. BLAIR, Prop.