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ROUNDUP LOCAL c_AND PERSONAL j Baths ready at Noble's Barber Shop. A. A. Holliday was in from Fattig Sunday. Harry Grant was down from La vina Tuesday. J. C. Anderson, of Miles City, was here Monday. Lief Stromnes, of Forsyth, was a visitor here Wednesday. Try a 35c merchant's noon day lunch at Grand Hotel Cafe. Ford, the cartoonist, in Pioneer Hall, Saturday, March 12th. Yellow Rose butter always good. 35c per pound at Marshall's. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Wood arrived here from Laurel last Friday. Mrs. B. H. Sprague washdown from Harlowton several days this week. Thos. Burke, state coal commis sioner of Helena, was in the city yesterday. John Weiland, of Clara City, Minn., was among the landseekers here this week. Otto Wilson, formerly of this place but now of Lewistown, is a visitor here. He expects to remain here for several weeks. 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 Newton Lumber Company We are Filling our Yard up With the Best Lumbar the Market Affords so that we can Give You the Very Best Bargain For Your Money. In addition to the lumber we are selling, we have a good House and Lot for sale on first street east. This prop erty consists of a good three-room house also a good summer kitchen under which there is a good cellar, and also a well. The lot has an east front and gradually slopes to the south, so that the entire lot can be irrigated from the well. This property can be bought for $1050.00, one half to be paid at time of purchase and the ballance at $30.00 per month until paid for. This is the best bargain we know of either for a home or as an investment. We also have some good lots, which we will sell at a right price, and a farm seven miles from town which is a bargain. Newton Lumber Co. Butte has recently organized a boosters club. For school furniture see W. S. Smith, Lewistown. W. Harvey, of Musselshell, was a visitor here Wednesday. J. K. Holmes was up from Mel stone Wednesday on business. Harry Cosgriff was down from Harlowton Wednesday on business. See the Newton Lumber Company about that house they have to sell. Nicely furnished rooms. Special rates to steady roomers. Russell House. 42tf Take your Sunday dinner at the Grand Hotel Cafe. J. A. Alex ander, manager. Wm. J. Jameson is building a cement block residence on one of his lots on First street west. Don't forget the chalk talk by Ford, the cartoonist, in Stanley Hall, Saturday, March 12th. A large assortment of Drummer's sample pipes. While they last half price. The Mission Pool Hall. D. K. and W. E. Anderson, pro minent ranchers from the Snowy Mountain country, were in town Monday. Don't overlook our tailoring de partment. Union made clothes. The Fad. There isn't a better game for you to butt into than bowling at H. I. Case & Co. Marshall's have just received their spring line of Mayer shoes. All the latest styles and reasonable prices. R. W. West, of Mott. N D.. a civil engineer in the employ of the C., M. & P. S., was in the city Monday. W. L. Tillman, of Musselshell, one of the vice presidents of the County Division Club, was in the city Wednesday. One cabinet size photo given free to every newly married couple until urther notice, a t the Fairchild's studio, 1 block west of Wall's All of the mines were forced to shut down Monday on account of a shortage of cars. The output of mines No. 2 and 3 is now running about even being between 1300 and 1400 tons daily. Miss Beulah Longmore, who was formerly employed in Ramsell's Confectionery .Store, was down from Lewistown several days this week visiting with her mother. She left again this morning. J. E. Dolson, the land man, is back in Roundup after a few months' absence during which time he has been at Lemon, S. D. Mr. Dolson is confident that there will be a heavy immigration to this section this vear. James Quirk, presideht of the James Quirk Milling Co., of Minne apolis, which controls and operates a number of flour mills in the north west, was in the city last Saturday. He was looking up real estate pro positions in this section. The Lewistown Daily News was in error when it said in its. issue of Monday that the output of the Roundup mines was 2,300 and the payroll $50,000. The combined daily output of the mines here is 3,600 tons, and the monthlv pay roll is about $75.000. Mrs. Chas. Dozais and children arrived here from Forsyth Monday to join Mr. Dozais, who is associat ed with R. Condon in the Condon's Dry Goods Store her»*. They will occupy one of the Schroeder cot tages on Second street east, having moved therein yesterday. The services of the church of cordial welcome will be of interest to all next Sunday. There will be splendid singing by the large choir, special numbers being rendered. The pastor's morning sermon will be the fifth on the Apostles Creed, "Crucified, Died a n d Buried." These morning sermons are selected especially for the lenten season and are intended to deepen our faith in the fundamentals of our holy re ligion and stir us to greater devo tion to our Master. The evening service will be "A Betterand Larg er Roundup." This will have bear ing on the spring municipal election that we are soon to hold. The people of Roundup should consider this a call to each one individually. Come and hear what the church thinks about it. NEW SPRING LINE -OF-— JEWELRY Just Received Sash Belt Buckles, Sash Pins, Brooches, Ladies' Combs, Barrettes and Bracelets. Agents for Edison Phono graphs. New stock of records just in—two and four minute. Drop in and see what 10c will buy at Marshall's. Mrs. H. E. Marshall was a Har lowton visitor this week. Mrs. N. Butler, of Kendall, arriv ed here last night. Mrs. Wallace Bundle was down from camp No. 2 today. An arc licht is being put in at ; the intorection of Main street and First avenue todav. We will serve a twelve o'clock | and six o'clock Sunday dinner at the Grand Hotel Cafe. J. C. Lehman went to White! Sulphur Springs yesterday morning! to look after his sheep interests in Meagher county. Marshall's have just installed a 10c counter which is already pi ey ing a popular feature of that store. Hotneseekers continue to come in in large numbers. A large party came in on yesterday morning's train from the east. Grant & Harden purchased five lots on Main street in the second addition last week from Dr. Lewis and L. M. Law. R. L. Brown and son, Walter, came in from Chicago this morning. Mr. Brown owns a bunch of land northwest of town. Miss Blanch Durand, of Delphine, and Mrs. N. R. Dutton, of Two Dot, are guests at the Sayre home, hav ing arrived here last evening. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Boles, of Iona, 111., came in on this morn ing's train. Mr. Boles is looking for employment and may file on a homestead later. The passenger which came in from the west last evening was made up at Harlowton, the Butte train not having been able to get thru on account of damaged bridges caused by high water. A1 Denton arrived here from Corydon, Iowa, this morning with a view to locate on a homestead. If he decides to file a number of other Iowans will come out to be neighbors of his. A. L. Haight arrived here yester <lay from Fromberg where he until recently has been conducting a drug store. He has sold out his interests there and is now looking for a new location. "Doc" was accompanied by*E. 1). Curley, also a resident of Fromberg. Mrs. Haight is at pre sent enjoying a visit with friends in Denver. SATIS FACT! ON-SI VINS VALUES PHIS 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 ts not Ours Until You Feel Satisfied With What You Buy. k Our Line Dry Goods, Shoes, China and Glass ware, Gents Funishings, Groceries, Furniture, Ranges, Shelf Hardware August Schrump Corner Main St. and ist Ave. Clean up! Fresh ranch eggs 35c a dozen at Marshall's. F. M. Cruse came in from Helena last evening. Buy your pianos from W. S. Smith, Lewistown. E. G. Worden, lawyer, First Nat ional Bank Block, Lewistown Mont. Both 'phones, 127. lOtf The Grand Hotel Cafe opens 5:15 a. m. and closes at 1 a. m. Open all night dance nights. Just received a full line of cigars tobaccos, candies, ets. Your pat ronage solicited. The Mission Boo' Hall. George Odegard, who has been employed in Noble's Barber Shop for some months past, left Wednes day for the coast. J. H. Wendt, of Hennepin county Minnesota, arrived here this morn ing for a week's visit with Frank Marks, his half brother. A. J. McDowell and F. E. Cor nish, of South Shore S. D., were in town yesterday looking over the town and country. W. B. Douglas, a prominent at torney of Fargo, N. D., was a visi tor in the city several days this week. He represents the Sterling Investment Company of Fargo. The bonds voted at the recent election are being offered for sale in this issue of The Record. The board is now working on plans for the school building and as soon as these are completed bills for the con struction thereof will be advertiseil for. Attention is called to the state ment of the First National Bank published in this issue, showing a gain in deposits of over $15,000.00 during the month of February and a cash reserve of over 52 per cent. This is good evidence of healthy conditions of business in Roundup during the time of year that is usual ly conceded to be the dullest period. Little Johnny Ray, aged 10, who lives at No. 3, had the en»ls of the thumb, and index and second fin gers of his right hantl torn off. and a painful wound inflicted in the forehead, by the explosion of a dynamite cap about two o'clock this afternoon. The lad fourni a cap on the road which exploded while he was pounding it with a liammei. His injuries are not dan gerous unless blood poisoning sets in. E. M. Huff, the well known in surance man with the Banker's Reserve Company of Omaha, is in town this week. The sacred cantata, "Ruth," will be presented to the people of Round up on Friday evening, March 11th, at Stanley hall. This will he the most enjoyable musical treat of the season given by home talent, and after you hear this you will say that we need not po far away from home for talent. Everyone knows, or should know, the beautiful pastor al of Ruth, one of the most beauti ful iu all literature. The music and tlu* words have beeu most admir ably arranged by Bilhorn and a more pleasing effect could not be conceived. All who love and ap preciate good singing and know music and enjoy it will miss a rare treat if they do not hear this canta ta. Mr. \V. Munson Jones and his faithful chorus deserve a good hear ing as they have labored faithfully to give something worth while to music-lovers of Roundup. T h c Choral society of the Methodist church, the church of a "Cordial Welcome," are giving this cantata assisted by others and the proceeds will go toward the procuring an or gan or something the choir needs in their work of assisting the church. Tickets 50c, reserved seats 75c. 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