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rm local ROUNDUP LOCAL ç^AND PERSONAL '♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ AMUSEMENTS STAR THEATRE—Every evening, mo tion pictures and illustrated songs. DANCE-Stanley Hall Saturday, Aug. 20th. SOCIAL—Congregational Church, Wed nesday, August 24th. at the Photos at Fairchild's. Every day is men's dav, Fad. ■ Ed. Goffena was up from Delphia Wednesday. Mrs. Belcher of Lavina was a visitor in the city Monday. Hotel Roundup Cafe for rent. Easy terms to the right party. Harry B. Thompson was up to Harlowton Wednesday on business. The Sayre House can accommo date several more steady roomers. E. L. White of Poison, Mont., was in the city the first of the week. For well drilling and prospect ing apply to Henry Willis. EIso, Mont. !)-tf A merry-go-round is holding forth on the corner south of The Record office. Miss Eva Harrington, of Helena, arrived here Monday for a visit with her friends, Laura and Ethel Dunn. at Money Doesn't Always Buy Happiness-However The man who has money in the bank doesn't look upon the sordid side of life as does the man who is broke. Money in the bank represents credit-- the power of accomplishment. It creates confidence. It gives standing and prestige in the community. No matter how small your start you have the full advant age of our facilities for increas ing your account when you bank at the Citizens State Bank DIRECTORS W. N. Ogle Geo. D. Mills J. W. Newton D. W. Slayton C. F. Richardon Everybody Wants A Homs V^ET many have an exaggerated idea of the A cost of building one. So they keep on putting money into the LANDLORD'S purse at the rate of $25.00 to $30.00 per month, which means $300.00 to $360.00 per year. Did it ever occur to you how far this would go toward a home of your own? If you would like to build a home of your own, come and see us, we will give you free esti mates, and show you how you can build a nice, cozy, comfortable little home at moderate cost. From now on we can supply the trade with all kinds of Native Lumber. Newton Lumber Co. The Fad for nifty Clothing. Land office blanks for sale at The Record office. Mrs. Parkinson was up from Musselshell Wednesday. The latest styles in footwear can always be found at the Fad. Theo. F. Archer went to Lewis town Sunday morning on business. Mrs. Shaw of Bozeman is visiting at the home of her son, Alfred Shaw. Mrs. John Dunn left Sunday morning for an extended visit at Red Lodge. Walter Ogle and family left Sun day morning for a short visit at their home in Townsend. i ! 1 ty T. Giltner, E. M. A. Davee and H. L. Lewistown, were in first of the week. Drinkard, H. McBriney, of Roundup the There will be a social in the Con gregational church Wednesday evening, August 24th. The pro gram committee promises a very entertaining time. All the services in the Congrega tional church will be postponed on Sunday, excepting the Sunday school. This will convene as usual at ten o'clock. Promptness at the hour is especially desired. is on for at by i That reminds me, the Fad— H. T. Ramsey was down from the county capital Monday. J. E. Woodard was a Lewistown visitor the first of the week. T. J. Severson was a passenger to Lewistown Sunday morning. Secure your Hail insurance and Grain Field Policies from J. P. Rose. Col. E. J. Crull was a Lewistown visitor the first of the week on legal business. E. G. Worden, lawyer, First Nat-; ional Bank Block, Lewistown j Mont. Both 'phones, 127. lOtf J. P. Johnson arrived here this week and has taken a job as night i engineer at Mine No. 3. He is ac ! companied by his wife and they ex 1 pect to make their home here. Pres. E. W. Slayton, of the Coun ty Division Club, came down from Lavina today in his auto to attend the meeting of the executive com mittee which will be held tonight. j The local nimrods are getting ! ready for the opening of the hunting j season,a number of them being out I almost every day trying their skill over the traps. Ducks are said to be very plentiful. Harry Wills and family were up from Gage today to take in the cir cus. The Record acknwoledges a pleasant call from Mr. Wills, who is one of the substantial ranchers on the Musselshell. Henry P. Nelson has the contract for painting the new Slayton store at Lavina. He bas bis crew of men on the work this week. The store is to be ready for occupancy by September 1st. Miss Mabel Sayre returned Mon | day evening from a three weeks' j visit with friends and relatives at j Two Dot and Delpine. She I was accompanied by Miss Helen Lyons of Two Dot, who will be lier guest for the rest of the week. The Record considers itself ex tremely lucky in securing for pub lication an account of Rev. W. W. Vf.n Orsdel's early experiences in Montana, which appears elsewhere in this issue. These reminiscences have never been published before, and will prove of fascinating inter est to the reader. Much historical value also attaches to the article. Rolling along the highroad on i the way through Silver Gate, about three miles above Mammoth Hot ! Springs, a coach loaded with tour ists struck a cave-in last Saturday ' in Yellowstone National park and sank beneath the surface of the road. One man in the party was fatally injured and a number of others more or less seriously hurt. The coach fell into a 10-foot hole. The vehicle was the third from the last in a procession of more than thirty coaches which had passed safely over the spot where the acci dent occurred. Mr. D. W. Slayton has again suf fered a serious loss by fire. Wed nesday morning, at 10:05 the large sheep shed on the Slayton ranch just west of the bridge caught fire from the attempt by some one of the ranch hands to burn a hornet nest in the shed, says the Lavina Independent. The shed caught fire and soon leaped the narrow space : which separated it from the hay 1 stacks, and the two largest oontain ing about 30 tons of hay were; burned, but a small one, by the vig- j orous efforts of the crowd was saved. The total loss of the shed : and hay will exceed $1.000. John H. Spark's circus shows : here today, there being a large crowd in town from the surround ing country. Only one performance will be given an account of a wreck at Harlowton preventing the circus train from reaching here until this noon. Shortly after the main tents had been raised a gust of wind blew it partly down causing another delay. The preformance will begin this evening, and it is expected a large crowd will attend. The parade was dispensed with much to the disapointment of the youuger el ement as well as some of the growr. up ones. Oh yes, the Fad Frank Grove, O. L. Sparks and Frank Hefford appeared before Judge McVay last Saturday on a charge of peddling meat in the city of Roundup without a licence. They entered a plea of not guilty and their hearing has been set for August 27th. J. A. Harnes, field agent for the Children s Home Society of Heleiia was in the city several days tins week. Mr. Harnes is the father of ArthurBarnes, who was located liefe »bout tw< two years ago as mining efi j g ' noer - Arthur is now in Canada where he is engaged in nrning work. Hedges Herald: Geo. R. Shaw of Rothiemay, who for the past three weeks has been fighting fire in the mountains, came down Saturday from the seat of operations. Mr. j Shaw reports that the fire has spread to such a magnitude that it is bi> yond control. Nothing less than a good soaking rain or a fall of snow will stop the tire He also says, if the fire is not checked within thé ! next two or three weeks there will j be no timber left. Supervisor Seely I has three crews of from 15 to 20 a i ! ' men in each camp fighting lire. \\ itli the extreme heat it is hard to approach nearer than a quarter of :L mile from the (lames. COL R. M. THOMPSON. Final Wr Foliticir.n and ! New York. em. The Values That Prevail • —— AT Schrump's Store Easily Take the Lead ft w HEN all is said and done its a question of quality and here you'll find this the fore most consideration in every line. This is what makes our store the only one for you to concentrate your business with. We handle everything in merchandise and solicit your busi ness. We realize that you deserve the best your money can buy. August Schrump Watch us grow, the Fad H. C. Rommelman, of Sullivan. Mo., arrived here yesterday for a visit with his friend. J. P. Rose, Mr. Rommelman is a printer and may accept a position with one of the local newspapers. Mrs. J. E. Karelier and daughter. Jennie, who have been guests at the Fairchild home in town for three weeks, left Tuesday night for their home in Jamestown, N. D. Mrs. Karcher is a sister of Mrs. Fairchild. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thompson, of \\ aukon, Iowa, stopped off yes terday morning for a day's visit with Mrs. Fred Longmore, a sister of Mrs. Thompson. From here they go to Kendall to visit with her mother. Judge Cheadle of Lewistown, was honored by the Grand Lodge of Elks which met at Livingston last Friday by being elected First Vice Presi dent: W. B. G eorge of Billings, was elected Second Vice President. The next yearly meet will be held at Anaconda. A new switch engine for the local yards arrived here Wednesday, hav ing come out on its own steam from the Milwaukee shops where it was made. The engine is a small hut a powerful one. It is sure a beaut and the yard crow is already in love with it. A meeting having in view the organization of a Republican club was held in Judge Me.Vay 's office Sat turday evening. A committee was appointed to draft a set. of by-laws with instructions to call another meeting as soon as this work is completed. Thomas Hurley, M. M. Klein, Janies Hurley, James Buckey, \V. N. Taylor, W. B. Cooley, C. M. Jacobs, John Chandler and T. II. Wallace have been appointed com mitteemen for the northern part of Yellowstone county by the Repub lican centra! committee of Yellow stone. A farewell party was tenderdMiss Sue Bragstad at her home Wedne.s lay evening by the members of the "K. K." eluh. Those present were Ethel Dunn, lîuby Langdon, I,aura E. Dunn, Millie Goetz, Eva Harring ton, Alice Smith, Lula Lucas, Hazel Hendrix, May Donohue, Ethel Gor Bline and Mildred Scofield. Miss Bragstad will leave Sunday evening for her old home in Canton, S. I>., on an extended visit. Legal blanks at The Record. Did it ever occur to vou, the Fad? The Clean-a-Torium is a first class clothes cleaning establishment. All work done by us is guaranteed. $25.00 will buy a new drop head machine at W. S. Smith's Lewis town. The Star Theatre has gone to great expense to be able fo present to its patrons the well known Pas sion Play. The picture will be shown tDiiight for the last time, and nobody should fail to see it. The Rt. Rev. L. R. Brewer, D. D., Bishop of Montana, will conduct the services of the Episcopal church and preach in Pioneer Hall on Sun day, August 21st, at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Everybody cordially in vited. William Mlinger, of Munger-Corry land company, and James Charters, the Grass Range businass man, are in the hospital at Lewistown suffer ing from injuries received in an automobile accident which hap pened Tuesday. Mr. Charters had a badlv bruised knee, while Mr. Munger's injuries are not serious. They were riding along the moun tain road when the machine skidded and went down the hill, turning over. IF IT'S A PRESCRIPTION Look for the Red Cross .Æ P i T S1Ct®tt 1 will tc th ou we u MOBS In the Filling of Prescriptions too much care cannot be taken to have the drugs the purest and best obtainable. The cure of the patient often depends on this important matter. Physicians are always pleased wln n we till their prescrip tions for tli's reason. Our line of Toilet Articles, Perfumery and Proprietary Medicines is complete and low priced. Pharmacy E. H. BI.AIR, Prop.