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of Roundup A. A. Morris........ S* M Ç**"*®nt....... H. P. Lambert...... — ----President ..Vice President ...........Lsshier DIRECTORS A. A. Morris W. W. Taylor M« M. Klein H* F« Clement H. P. Lambert Interest Paid on Time Certificates of Deposit H. GRANS ELECTRICIAN Lat me figure on tha wiring For Tour Building Office with Rouadttp Hardware Co. BOILS and PIMPLES Whenever your complexion is un natural. your skin is in an un healthy condition, your face cov ered with blotches and pimples, when boils and festering seres abound, then your blood is bad. You can best cleanse it with that purely vegetable compound, Herbotone, "the bottled vaca tion," which safely and prompt ly renovates the blood and in vigorates the entire system. Only $1.00 REPUBLIC PHARMACY Roundup, Montana. Telephone Your Orders for Fresh, Green «DUS And we will deliver anywhere in Roundup Call Central and ask for S. F. Blakesley The Truck Gardener One-half mile east of Roundun GRAND HOTEL FOR SALE One of the Best Hotels in Roundup — doing a thriving business. Good reasons for sell ing. Will be Sold at Sacrifice Roundup Realty Co Door South of Record Office — i i Carl N. Thompson Attorney at Law Land Office Practice and *} practice In all State and U. 8. Courts Office: 8 Roundup • Montana |j If you buy a piano from W. S. fimith at Lewistown you will get a umber one instrument at a moder te price. &/>Q Mip fad Does All Kinds of COMMERCIAL JOB PRINTING Thn Record has a Larger Circulation than all other news papers in tha Mut •ahhatl Vallay Com« 2000 SUBSCRIBERS 1 ONE CENT A WORD C LASSIFIED O L U M N Ads In this column will be charged for at the rate of one cent a word. No ad taken for less than 25c FOR SALE Typewriter paper for sale at The Keeord office. For Sale—Four head of fresh milch cows. Inquire at this office. ID tf For Sale—Ducks, geese, poultry and pigeons. Apply Mrs. Millard at Old Round up. 20p For Sale—A splendid relinquishment, only two miles from Roundup, for sale. Just the thing you have been looking for. Inquire at The Record office. Look—We have a number of excellent residence lots which must be sold In the next ten days. These are snaps—pick them up—they'll make some money for you. Roundup Realty Company. For Sale—An A1 restaurant In Roundup for sale at a rare bargain. A snap for some* one. Get busy If you want this. F'or furth er particulars inquire at The Record office. For Sale.—Second hand, two-horse, F'alr banks-Morse gasoline engine; Is now run nlng and Is In excellent order. The engine Is being offered for sale for the reason that It is being replaced with an electric motor. This Is a bargain for someone In need of a good gasoline engine. Call at The Record office. F'or Sale-Stone, gravel and sand of ex cellent quality, for building purposes none better. Only one-quarter mile west of town. Brit Steen, Prop. Htf Horses for Sale—Several head of broke and unbroke horses for sale cheap. See Brit Steen at runch one-quarter mile west of Koumlup. i4tf F'or Sale—Two corner residence lots; will sell at a bargain If taken at un ce. inquire X" Record office. Restaurant F'or Hale—One of the best restaurants In Roundup is offered for sale. Furnished In up-to-date style and doing good business; excellent location. Reason for selling, owner has other business. In quire The Record. F'or Sale or Trade—A No. l Merry-Go Round, new tent, new boiler, a good' pipe organ, every tlilngas good as new. Will sell for cash or trade for land or city property. Adress Roundup Record. 12-20-p BuiLninn Stoiie—W hen In need of build ing stone see J. W. & P. L. Newton. We have the finest stone In the state. 14ft FOR RENT F'or Rent—A three-room house for rent on First street east, opposite Montana Lumber Co. Apply at the Russell House. Room F'or Rent—Two elegantly furnished rooms are offered for rent; close in;pleas nnt location; newly furnished; electric lights. F'or further particulars inquire at The Record office. If you have a room or building for rent this Is a good way of letting the public know. The cost is little and the results far reaching. E.STR.AY NOTICES Strayed-From my place six miles south of Flatwillow postoffice, two bay mules, five years old, one has a slit In right ear and the other a slit 1 n left ear; both are care marked at the rootof the tail from shipping. Liberal reward will be given fur return of same to Marcyes A Brennan's barn in Roundup. 2| Strayed or Stolen—One sorrel horse white face, branded "HS" on left bind Hank,, weight «00; one bay horse, weight 105«, white face, one white stocking, branded, IH on left shoulder and C on right lilp. Reward offered for return to Koumlup. Address, Box 11«, Roundup, Mont. Stkaved—O ne mouse colored saddle pony, branded ^ (quarter circle, bar, one) on left shoulder. $5.00 offered for return of animal or information leading to its recov ery. Address or inform Mrs. W. G. Blair, 2!o miles northeast of Klso, Mont. 18-19-p POSITION and HELP WANTED a'Van ted—Position as housekeeper for small club or widower with children. 21-22P Wantad—Plain sewing and shirt waist suits. 'Phone 88. 20-lp Wanted—A first class housekeeper for at least nine months. Best references required. Apply at Roundup Record office. Wanted—Pony, guarranteed safe for chil dren to ride and drive. Also single buggy. Send description and price. W. H. Wil liams, Roumlup, Mont. Wanted At once, party with $1000 as part her in motion picture business. For partic ulars address Rox 101, Roundup, Montana. LOST and FOUND Lost—An open face nickel watch near depot Wednesday evening. $5.00 reward for return of watch to Grand Hotel. 21p Lost—A gold watch fob with Initials A. W. E. F'inder please return to Record office for reward. MISCELLANEOUS NOTICE—Notice is hereby duly given by the undersigned that the buildings locat ed on the nw % of sw !4 of section 20. town ship 7, range 25 east M. M„ must lie removed from these premises by the owner or his agent on or before thirty days from the date of tills notice. In ease tills property is not removed within the time above specified, lawful and proper action to remove or cause to be removed the buildings will In taken by the undersigned. Dated July 18th, 1010, Roundup, Fergus county, Montana. Mrs. Lillian Thompson, I7-2()|> Second Hand Ooods-Xcw and Second Hand goods bought and sold at Morse's Second Hand Store, opposite Montana Lumber Co. 52tf Notice. of at of («I the of the for ing he per N. is has the of 21 Ht 8, tlie by a. at the al is To of the for for Legal Advertisements Notice Is hereby given that the under signed a member of the co-partnership of Walter Knight & Co., doing business at Roundup, Montana will not be responsible for any future Indebtedness eontracted In the name of said co-partnership the same having been dissolved. Dated July 18th, 1910. John C. Hogl. CONTFIHT NOTICE. No. 1384. Department of the Interior United States Land Office. Lewistown, Montana, June 24th, 1910. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed In this office by William Duvis Baker, contestant, against Milford J. Khodes, entry No. 07495, made Oct. 25th 1909. for lie Hee tlon 14, Township 8 n„ Range 24 e., by Milford J. Khodes contestée, In which It is alleged that Milford J. Khodes has wholly aband oned said land and that he has never built a house nor made any improvements thereon since be made his filing, Hald parties are hereby notified to appear respond, and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o' -locka. m.on August2lth, 191«, before, Edwin H. Cook, United Htates Commissioner at Roundup, Montana, and that final hearing will he held at 10 o'clock a. m. on August 27th, 19 10 before the Regis ter and Receiver at the United Htates Land Office In Lewistown, Montana. The said contestant having. In a proper affidavit, filed June 27th, 1910, set forth facts which show that after due diligence person al service of this notice cannot be made. It is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publica tion. C. E. McKoin, Register. (First pub. July 15th.'10.) of se of it It NOTICE OF SALE OE SCHOOL BONDS Notice Is hereby given that sealed pro posals will be received by the Board of School Trustees of School District No. 66. of the County of F'ergus, State of Montana, at the office of Carl N. Thompson, clerk of said school district, up to the hour of noon, September 20th A. D. 1910, for the purchase of the following described school bonds: Twenty-nine (29) coupon bonds of the par value of F'ive hundred ($500) dollars each numbered one (1 ) to twenty-nine v291 Inclusive, due in twenty years (20), nnd bearing interest at a rate not to exceed six («I per cent, per unnuiii, interest pnyuble semi-annually at Lewistown, at the office of the treasurer of F'ergus County, Montana. Twenty (20) coupon bomls|of the par value of five hundred ($800) each, redeemable after five (5) years. Each proposal must be accompanied by a certified cheek payable to the order of the Treaurer of F'ergus County, State of Mon tana, for ten (10) per cent, of the amount of the accompanying bid. Bonds will be ready for delivery on or about October 15th, 1910. The right is reserved by the Board of Trustees to reject any or all bids. By order of the Board of School Trustees. J. M. Pyles, President Board of Trustees. Carl N. Thompson, Clerk. Dated at Roundup, Montana, August 4th, 1910. First pub. Aug. 5th, '10. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed bids will be received by the Trus tees of School District No. 66 for construct ing a school buildingat Roundup, Montana. Plans and specific itlons may be seen at the office of Carl N. Thompson, district clerk. Flach proposal must he accompanied by a certified check In the amount of live i5) per cent, of the bid. The successful bidder will he required to furnish good and sufficient bond of lndemtty in the amount of fifty (501 per cent, of the bid within fifteen (15) days from the time the contract is awarded. Rids will be opened ut the office of Carl N. Thompson, Roundup, Montana, on Au gust 20th, 1910, at 1:00 o'clock p. in. The right is reserved to reject any and nil bids. Carl N. Thompson, Clerk of School District No. 55. F'irst pub. Aug. 6tli, '10. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Of fice at Lewistown, Mont., Aug. 8th 1910. Notice Is hereby given that Albert Rath, ofLavina, Mont., who, on May Hrd, 1909, made Homestead Entry, No. 05997, fors e 1 ,, Section :14, Township 7 11., Range 21 e., M. M.. has filed notice of Intention to make final Commutation proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Arthur c. Bayers a U. S. Commissioner, at Lavlnn, Montana, on the 12tli day of Sept. 1910. Clulmaut names as witnesses: Herb Anderson, T.H.Hendershott, John Monig.it, Ben Plinger, all of Litvina. M ontniia. C. E. McKiiin, Begister. I F'irst pub. Aug. 12th, '10| NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Of fice at Lewistown, Montana, July 5, 1910. Notice Is hereby given that Frank Bergmann, of Lnviim, Montana, who, 011 October 10th. 1900, made Homestead Flutry, No. 01250, torn e'4of Section 21. Township 0 n.. Range 21 east, M.P. Meridian, hus filed notice of Intention to make F'ituil Commutation Proof to establish claim to file land above described, before Arthur C. Bayers a U.H. Commissioner, at Lavlna, Montana, on tlie Ht li day of August, 1910. Claimant names as witnesses; Thos. M. Simpson, F'rank Dohorsky, F). C. Skinner, John Olson, nil of Lavlna, Mont. C. E. McKoin, Register. F'irst pub. July 8th, '10.) CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office. Lewistown, Montana, Mav, 1910. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by .lohn .1. Weaver, con testant, against Homestead IKiitr.v, No. 07892, made Nov.28,1909, for the lie %, Section 8, Township II n.. Range 29 e.. Montana Meridian, by James A. Losey, Contestée, in which it Is alleged that said entry man lias wholly abandoned said tract; that he has changed his residence therefrom for more than six months since making said entry; that said tract is not settled upon nnd culti vated by said party as required by law; that be lias failed to build a house on the land or cultivate It in any manner, and that tlie land remains in its natural wild and un cultivated condition; said parties are here by notified to appear, respond, and offer evi dence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. 111. on August II, 1910, before C. If. Tyler, United States Commissioner in Roundup, Montana,and that linal hearing will be held at 2 o'clock p. ill.on August 15th, 1910, before the Register and Receiver at the United States Land Office In Lewistown, Montana. The said contestant having in 11 proper affidavit, filed May — 1910, set forth facts wnicli show that after due diligence person al service of tills notice can not he made, It is hereby ordered mid directed that such notice be given by due nnd proper puhlicn tiou. C. E. MoOoin, Register. (F'irst pub. July 8th, '10.) NOTICE. United States Land Office, Lewistown, Mon tana, July 28, 1910. To Whom It may Concern: Notice Is hereby given that the State of Montana, acting under the provisions of an Act of Congress, approved F'elmmry 28, 1891, lias made application for the selections of tlie following lands, to-wit: Heb* swV<, swJi se!4, Sec. 22; s '4 neb*, nwb*. Sec. 20, Township 12 n.. Range 25, E. A copy of the list of said lands lias been conspicuously posted in this office to Au gust 29, 1910, for Inspection by any person Interested and the public In general. Under Departmental regulations of April 25, 1907, protests or contests against the claim of the State to said land or any subdivision thereof on the ground that the same Is more valuable for mineral than for agricul tural purposes will be received and noted for report to the General Land Office at Washington, D. C. Failure to protest against the claim of the State to said land before final approval will be considered sufficient evidence of Its non-mineral char acter and the selections being otherwise free from objections will lie recommended for approval. C. F). M< Kins. Register. (F'irst publication July 2«, 1910) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. H. Land Of 11 u it Lewistown, Montana, July 15th, 1910. Notice is hereby given Hint Juke Rapp Jr.. of Laviua, Mont., who, or. April 12th, 1909, made Homestead Entry, .No. «5510. for w % se 1 A- e 1 -, sw 1 1, Heetlon 2, Township 7 n., Knnge22e., M. M., has tiled notice of Inten tion to make final Commutation proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Arthur C. Buyers, U. H. Commiss ioner, at Lavlna, Montana, on the 22nd day of August, 1910. Claimant names as witnesses; H. F'. Hul llvun, L. H. Box, D. A. Hhechuu, John Bhul er, al I of Lavlna, Montana. C. E. McKoin, Register. ( F'irst pub. July 22nd, '10.) CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United Htates Land office, Lewistown, Montana, July 20. 1910. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed I11 this office by Christopher Braith waite, contestant,against Homestead Entry No. 07871, made November 22nd, 1909. for the Northwest Quarter (nw'4) of Heetlon 84, Township 12 n., Range 2« east. Montana P. M., by ( has. A. Mason, contestée, In which it is alleged that said entryman hus wholly abandoned said tract; that he has changed his residence therefrom for more than six months since making said entry: that said tract Is not settled upon or cultivated by said party as required by law; that he hus failed to build a bouse on the land or culti vate It in any manner, nnd that the land re mains In its nutural wild and uncultivated condition. Haiti parties are hereby notified to appenr repond, and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. on August 29th, 1910, before C. H. Tyler, United Htates Com missioner at Roundup, Montana, and that final hearing will be held at 10 o'clock a. m. on September 2nd. lVlO.before the Register and Receiver at the United Htates Land Of fice In Lewistown, Montana. The said contestant having. In a proper affidavit, filed Julv 20th, 1910, set forth facts which show that after due diligence per sonal service of this notice cannot be made. It Is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publi cation. C. E. McKoin, Register. (First publication July 2». 1910). NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office at Lewistown, Montana, July 10th, 1910. Notice Is hereby given that Julie Selnt, of Roundup. Montana, who on May 0th. 19ns, made Homestead Entry No. 5987, Serial No. fi}5D, for Northeast Quarter me'*' of Section 80, Township 9 11. Range 25 e„ Montana Me ridian, lias tiled notice of tntentien tojmake Final Commutation Proof, to establish claim to tlie land above described, before C. H. Tyler, United States Commissioner, at Koumlup. Montana, on the 29th day of August, 1910. Claimant names as witnesses: Nels Dahl, Hertha Hendrtkson, John B. Ryan, Chris Jensvold, all of Roundup, Mon tana. C. E. mcKoin. Register. First publication July 29. 1910) NOTICE F'OR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Ijnnl Of fice at Lewistown, Montana, July 8th 1910. Notice Is hereby given that, , . . Thomas Simpson, of I.avion, Mont., who, on May 5th, 1W 9, made Homestead Entry, No. 05780, for lie V 4 , Sec tion 2«, Township A 11., Range 21 e., m. m„ has filed notice of tntentloii to make final Com mutation proof to establish claim to the land above described, before Arthur C. Biiyers.u U. s. Commissioner, at Lavlna, Montana, on the 15tli day of Ausust, 1910. t lalmnnt names as witnesses: F'rank Bergman, Frank Deborsky, 1). A. Sheehan, F.lislia Harris, all of laivlmi, Montana. C. Fk McKoin, Register, (First pub. July 15th, '10. „ CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United States 9th 1911) * L<> "'* stown , Montana, August ,,A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Minnie Cook, contest ant, against F'rank Torrett, homestead entry No. 00814 made Aug. 19th, 1909 for South-west quarter, Section 2, Township 11 11., Range 24 e„ M. M., by F'rank Terrett, contestée In w hich It Is alleged, tlmt said contestée lias abandoned his claim for more than six months past, that he has made no Improve ments thereon except build a small house, which in fact does not belong to said contestée. Said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond, and offer evidence touching said allegatlnnsat ten o'clock a. m. on Sept.'JIsl, 1910. before FMwIn S. Cook, It, S, Commis sioner at Roundup, Montana, and that final hearing will be held at the U. S. I,and Office at Lewistown, Montana at ten o'clock u. in. Sept. 24th, 1910. The sahl contestant, having in a proper affidavit filed Aug. Ilth, 1010 set forth facts, which show that after due and diligent search, personal service of Ibis notice can not be made. It Is hereby ordered mid di rected, that siii'h notice be given by due and proper publication. C. FI. McKoin, Register. First pub. Aug. 19th, '10. NOTICE F'OR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Of fice at Lewistown, Montana, Aug. 18th, 1910. Notice Is hereby given that, Keinhold F'unk, of Roundup, Montana, who on May 10th, 1919, made Homestead Application, No. 05784, for sw 1 , Section 20, Township 11 n„ Range 24 e„ M. P. M„ has filed Intention to make F'ituil Commutation Proof, to estab lish claim to the land above described, be fore C. H. Tyler, U. H. Commlssoner at Roundup, Montana, on the lDtli day of Sept. 1910. Claimant nmnesas witnesses; F'red Klein, Fid. Klein, Walter Uueraft, Morton 'V. Young, all of Roundup, Montana. C. FI. McKoin, Register. F'irst pub, Aug. 19th, '10. Legal Blanks for sale lit The Record of fice. r W. w;. FELKER AUCTIONEER A Whirlwind on the Block Terms Reasonable 'Phone or Write ^Musselshell Montana^ S. R. McDonald FRESH AND SILT MEATS r_Z3 I Second Street East cr ROUNDUP, MONTANA PHOTOGRAPHS Of all Hinds and sices. View work enlargements, etc., at The Fairchild Studio One block west of Wall's White Spray Flour $4.25 per hundred and $2.15 per fifty-pound sack. Made of tlie finest quality hard wheat and'guaranteed to give satisfaction. The Cash Grocery. It « ü &- i EVERYONE^ MOTION >N* Sifc-Üi 'OÎTV mm »> N m Ä||p®| ssv-vi SS « THEPHAffil BREWING CO. • • v/*T. FWUL.MJNN. - • ing the of of B. C. In in. n„ to at MISUNDERSTOOD. ILteJ Lieutenant (showing party of visi tors over battleship)—This Is tha quarter deck. One of the Party—Gee! I thought It was all free! HOPELESS. /> First Caddie—Do you think he'I ever be able to play de game? Second Caddie—Naw, bo stutters. USED THE PADDLE ON HIM. r. I *1 Will—Say, Jack, your father d» lights In telling people that be pad died his own canoe. Jack—YeB; and I've often thought when I was a boy that he imagined I was one. Roost the Fad, as they are boost ers. Hlnck Diamond I odqc K. oil*. No. TO Meet every Thursday evening In each week In I '.vans' hall. Visiting Knights cordially Invited. Win. J. Jameson. K. of R. A H. I. O. O. F. Miracle Lodge No. 84. Meets In Pioneer Hall every Friday Even ing at 7:3« o'clock. David Loney, Noble Grand Joe Qh'lSKNiiKltitY, Hecretury Roundup Camp No. 8200 M. W. of A. Meets every F'irst and Third F'rlday of the month In Uarpenter's Union Hall. L. H. Thdkhton, Venerable Council. John J. Hi.eoek, Clerk. Unity Lodge A. F. & A. M. OF ROUNDUP Meets every F'irst and Third Wednesday of the Month in the Pioneer Hall. geo. N. Giukkin, Waster. H. B. Thompson, Hecretury. Roundup Aerie No. 1817 F. O. E. Meets In Pioneer Hall Every Beeond and F'ourth Wednesday In the month. Visiting Members Invited. Henkv P. Nelson, Worthy Pres. Wallace Btka it. Worthy Eec Roundup Local H.and R.E.I. A.andB.I.L.of A. Meets first and third Monday of each month, in Carpenters' Uulon Hall. I BA Biaco, President. U. C. Caldwell. Fin. Bee. J f $ * \ £ DR. G. E. O'NEIL DENTIST Ollice in Kennison Building, First Door North ol Schrump'e Store. I T. S. O'Connor F u n e r a 1 Director ---- and --------- Licensed Enibalnier With H. E. Marshall Roundup, Mont. Hamilton Wright LSND LAWYER Time devoted Exclusively to loud law Practice. Roundup, Mont. Steamship Tickets For Salt ---ON--- Céiiiéidiiin Pacific SIcnniHhip Una. (iunurd Line Direct to or from nil ports in Fkirope or F.nglnml. Fur full Information sec l'. K. Clarke, C., M.&P.S.Aqt. Roundup EDWINS. COOK ^.COMMISSIONER Land Filings and Proofs Taken. Valuable infor mation given to home .... steaders .... Office : : : : Commercial Hotel Wm. J. Jameson Attorney ut l aw Notary Public III Years Practico in Montana Roundup, Montana L. R. CARROLL REAL ESTATE HOMESTEADS ROUNDUP, - MONTANA L. H. THURSTON DENTIST OFFICE * n New Gibb Building Ul I ILL Qvei* Boston Store Roundup, .Montana T. W. WKLSII. M. II. PHYHICIAN A HU KG EON Hpeclal Attention Given to Eye, Fjur: Nose AThroat Diseases. Glasses Properly F'ltted OFFICE IN GILDKIt IILDO. PIIONR NO. 82 Transfer Job Work Irwin's T ransfer Line A. T. IRWIN, Prop. 'Phone 86 Roundup, Montana J Repairing Shop f Snoe Repairing of all Kinds $ HARNESS REPAIRED * \ Ooder for Harness Taken £ FRANK MARKS, Roundup, Mont. WE GO ON YOUR BOND Seeds, Seeds et Treat. Chattel Heritages, Peaslea Veachere ead ether Legal Bee Meals Promptly and Properly Executed J. P. ROSE, Notary PaMe.