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I TIL LOCAL I ROUNDUP I I LOCAL c AND PERSONAL | You can get it at the Fad. Bicycles for men and women at Marshall's. J. A. Kelly was up from Forsyth the first of the week. Mr. Marion is erecting a house for himself on Third street west. A. H. Martin, of Musselshell, was greeting friends in the city Monday. $25.00 will buy a new drop head machine at W. S. Smith's Lewis town. J. C. Lohman went to Lewistown Tuesday where he attended the state land sale. If you have a photo to enlrage take it to Fairchild's studio, one block west of Wall's store. Thomas P. Caeser, of Wheatland, N. D., came in last Saturday to look over the city and surrounding country. $2,200 for one of the best busi ness lot on Main street; centrally located. A money-maker for some one. Montana Land Co., office Commercial Hotel. Thos. Halbert was here from Bercail Sunday to visit with Mrs. Halbert who is convalescing at the Grant home after a severe attack of heart trauble. WE WANT . YOUR NAME On our "c/iecA account" ledger. The amount of your first deposit isn't of so much importance as the fact of getting you started with us. Small accounts grow—maybe we can help you to increase yours. Come in and let us explain the advantages—tell you why a check account at this bank will help you. Citizens State Bank DIRECTORS W. M. Ogle Geo. D. Mills J. W. Newton D. W. Slayton C. F. Rlchardon How's Your Roof? Pretty good time to fix it now before the rainy weather sets in. We have a choice stock of CBDAR SHINGLES exceptionally well made. They are Extra Heavy From Butt to Tip— No feather edge on our shingles. Whatever vour needä in lumber, come here first and look at our stock. Quality and prompt service go with all sales we make without extra charge. Newton Lumber Co. Get good Shoes at Marshall's. Buy your pianos from W. S. Smith, Lewistown. F. W. Lester was down from Lewistown Monday. You can get Seed Wheat and Spelz at Marshall's John Chandler w a s up from Musselshell Saturday on business. F. Redick and Geo. Aker, of Grand Forks, N. D., were visitors here Tuesnav. E. B. Abrams, representative of the Anaconda Standard, is in the city this week. E. G. Worden, lawyer, First Nat ional Bank Block, Lewistown Mont. Both 'phones, 127. lOtf Miss Julia E. Turner was in the city several days this week from Great Falls, leaving yesterday morning.. Can sell 1G0 acres to ten thous and acres of land. See J. P. Rose, Mgr. Northwestern Lnad Develop ment Co. Geo. Pennell, formerly a civil engineer here, is now located in Eugene, Oregon, where he is follow ing his profession. His friends here will be pleased to learn that he is prospering. Another carload stoves just un loaded at Marshall's. Clifford Lefever, of Harlowton. was in the city lastSaturday. For school furniture see W. S. Smith, Lewistown. H. J. Cummings came in from Clara on business Wednesday. Mrs. Martha Groseline is putting up a residence on Third street west. John Salby and wife were in from Grass Range the latter part of last week. Relinquishments bought and sold. Montana Land Co., office Commercial Hotel. Bert d'Autremont, of Lewistown, was looking after business interests here the first of the week. A fire did some damage in the vicinity of the saw mill about two miles west of town Wednesday. Wm. Mahaney, of Aberdeen, S. D., where he is engaged in the hotel business, was in the city this week. Can sell 160 to ten thousand acres of land. See J. P. Rose, Mgr. Northwestern Land Development Co. The Roundup Hardware Co. is building an addition in the rear of their store which is to be used for storage purposes. Just received a carload of Glid den black and galvanized barb wire, also American woven field fence. Roundup Hardware Co. C. T. Shearer came down from Butte Monday evening to look after some business propositions. He returned Wednesday morning. Miss Heffner, who is teaching the Rehder school on Half Breed, was in the city Wednesday. She went to Billings to take the teachers ex amination. 640 acres five miles from Round up, about 500 acres level plow land good building timber on balance; $16.00 per acre. Montana Land Co., office Commercial Hotel. Dr. Bitton, of Garneil, was a visitor in Roundup this week. This was the doctor's first visit to our city. He was greatly surprised at the progress of Roundup and pre dicts great things for her future. A 1250-pound bell for the M. E. church was sent for this week. It is hoped that it may be here and in the tower of the church by June 20th, when it is planned to celebrate the first anniversary of the church. You will be given chance to lift on the price .of the bell before that time. The services of the M. E. church will be conducted in the church Sunday as it is hoped the interior will be finished by that time. The church will now present a beautiful appearance. Sunday morning tbe Communion service will be observed following the preaching. In the evening there will be an "echo" meeting of tbe Layman's Missonary Movement convention recently held in Billings. Geo. N. Griffin will speak on the movement and differ ent phases of the missionary revival. The pastor will also speak. There will be special inspiring singing by j the choir. You will enjoy theser-' vices and be helped. This is the "Church of a Cordial Welcome." Everyone is made to feel at home. SPECIAL r or Saturday and Sunday SWEETMEATS --FOR SWEETHEARTS Fenway Saturday Candy Doundip Dro; Co. 'Phone No. 56 1 35 « ! Per Pound Fresh Groceries received daily at Marshall's Remember our Saturday and Sun day special on candy. Roundup Drug Store. D. A. McIntosh, the well known railroad contractor, was down from Dorsey, Tuesday. The family of Hamilton Wright arrived here from Helena this week and will make their future home in Roundup. Just received a carload of Glid den black and galvanized barb wire, also American woven field fence. Roundup Hardware Co. Murphy will pul! off the drawing for his building on Railway avenue next Monday evening at S o'clock in Mat Penica's saloon. S. D. Johnson left last night for Milwaukee for a visit at his home. He will return in a month or so having a homestead in this vicinity. 640 acres six miles from Roundup, 50Ö acres can be farmed, balance well timbered; $12.50 per acre. Montana Land Co., office Commer cial Hotel. Rev. C. E. Vanllorne and Rev. Alex Karr, o f Pembina county Nortli Dakota, were in the city this week, leaving here for Musselshell Tuesday evening. Another corps of surveyors is be ing recruited here by tbe Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound. They nre to start for tbe Flatwillow country next week. C. F. Richardon was a Lewistown visitor several days this week, hav ing gone there with the purpose of attending the state land sale which was held there this week. C. W. Ramsey, of Canton, Minn., purchased a lot here this week on Second street east. He left for bis home Tuesday evening, expecting to return to Roundup with his family in a short time. The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E. church met this week with Mrs. E. F. Parriott, Mrs. Sidney Clarke, Mrs. Luther Letrieh and Mrs. Curtis assisting in entertaining. A most enjoyable afternoon was spent and a large number of ladies were present. The date was changed from May 5th to April 25th on ac count of Mrs. Curtis' early inten tions to leave Roundup to join lier husband who bus gone into business for himself at Harlowton. lie has been with the Roundup Hardware Company until recently. j HARRY MITCHELL FINS TAILORING 300 New and Nobby Spring Patterns just received and on Display at August Schrump's NOW IS THE TIME COME AND SEE THEM AT ONCE Suit or Overcoat Made to » Order— up PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED H. B. Fischbach went to Lavina yesterday as solicitor for The Rec ord. Joe Opperud returned this morn ing from Canton, S. P., where he has been spending several months. Just received a carload of Glid den black and galvanized barb wire, also American woven field fence. Roundup Hardware Co. \V. G. Jarrett, census enumerator for this district, wishes to state that all those whom he has missed should leave their names and address at the postoffice. Secretary of the State Board of Health Tuttle, of Helena, was in the city last Friday, looking after sanitary conditions here, and giving instructions to the local health officer. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stevens came over from Lewistown Tuesday in an automobile. From here they went to Lavina wnere Mr. Stevens turned over a hunch of 17,000 head of cattle which he sold. Prof. Thos. Mason and son, Clms. A., of Seattle, Wash., arrived here last week and have decided to make t hoir home in this section of Mon tana, having filed on homesteads in the country north of Roundup. A fire caused by a spark from a locomotive did considerable damage along the right of way near the Woolfolk ranch at Elso. Several hay stacks were endangered hut no serious losses have been reported here. Jake Sully, of east Parrot creek, familiarly known as the "Bull Mountain Artist," had a number of his paintings on display in town this week. One was a scene of flic Chandler ranch on Half Breed creek and the other was a mountain scene, both showing that the artist has exceptional ability along artis tic lines. Dave Loney returned from the East this week where he purchased supplies and machinery for his large plumbing and machine ' sfio'p. He lias also secured the agency for the well known "Maytag" automobiles, famous for their hill-clitnhing cap abilities, and has made arrange ments for a demonstration to take place here tomorrow or next day. The car will lie driven up a fifty per cent grade with eight passengers, a feat which is claimed very few other medium priced ear can accomplish. Dave has a shipment of three ears corning now. The Crows who appeared here Sunday and Monday evening in "Aunt Samantha Perkins" and "The Gypsy Maid" were well re ceived, a large audience being present at each preformance. The Crows are undoubtedly one of the best troups playing the smaller towns, and Roundup will certainly hope they may return at some future tim«. Miss Lillian Baish arrived here last Friday from Atlanta, Georgia, and has accepted a position as nurse in the Roundup Hospital, Miss Baislr comes very highly re commended as a trained nurse, and has exceptional abilities along that line. The is a graduate of a Phil adelphia hospital, and has taken post graduate courses in several New York hospitals. During the Spanish-American war she served as trained nurse in the Philippine Islands. IMœ» Notice is hereby given to members of the County Division Club to pay their dues to the secretary, E. J. Cru II, as soon as con venient, Kindly attend to this at once. E. J. Cru II, Secretary. J * / "MY! BUT THAT'S GOOD." Is a common remark now made by «(very man who smokes a CAfaster Cigar. It touches the spot, and don't cost much either. If you» have not been introduced to this cigar, call on us for an introduction. Just received a fresh supply. Ite memher the name, " tJWaster. " Best seller in town. The Republic Pharmacy E. H. BLAIR, Prop.