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Of «11 kind« and sImi, View work enlargements, etc., at The Fairchild Studio One bleck weat el Wall's H. GRAMS ELECTRICIAN l.et me figure on the wiring For Tour Building Office with fteasdsp Hardware Ce. wm»w»nmwii»n»ninm mm Carl N. Thompson Attorney at Law Land Office Practice and practice In all State and U. 8. Court« Office« Rounder Neataaa W. W. FELKER AUCTIONEER. A Whirlwind on the Block Terms Reasonable 'Phone or Write ^MuooelshcM Montana Transfer Job Work Irwin's Transfer Line A. T. IRWIN. Prop. 'Phone 86 Roundup, Montana T. W. WELSH. M. D. PHYSICIAN * SURGEON Special Attention Given to Eye, Ear: Nose AThroat Diseases. Glasses Properly Fitted OFFICE IN GILDER BLDG. PHONE NO, S3 NOUOtä m DACH These are in nearly every case the first warnings of kid ney troubles. BOND'S KIDNEY PILLS Regulates the action of the kidneys so perfectly as to remove the kidney troubles. BOND'S KIDNEY PILLS Are laxative in effect as well as a genuine regulator for the kidney—50c per box, sent by mail postpaid on receipt of price. REPUBLIC PHARMACY Roundup, Montana. Wm. J. Jameson Attorney at Law Notary Public 12 Years Practico in Montana Roundup, Montana L. R. Garroll REAL ESTATE Gibb Bldg. ROUNDUP, MONT. L. H. THURSTON DENTIST OFFIfF *■ New Gibb Building Um« Over Boston Store Roundup, Montana EDWINS. COOK U.S.COMMISSIONER Land Filings and Proofs Taken. Valuable infor mation given to home .... steaders .... ffice : : : : Commercial Hotel W. F. ROCHE -FOR LUMBER •IS to $25 pnr M. ft. Black Vest of Haspkal, kouadup, Moat. 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 woid. No ad taken for less than 35c FOR SALE For Sale—Grand piano first class condi tion cheap If taken at once. See .1. B. Ryan. 88 - 8 * For Sale—An organ player used very little, cost new 1750; will sell for half what it cost. Will consider trade for piano. In quire at The Record office. For 8ale—A shack 14x1«, completely fur nished for housekeeping; shack furniture at a bargain if taken soon. Inquire at the pop factory. S0-8ip For Sale or Exohange—One of the best paying cafes in Roundup doing excellent business. Will trade for ranch land or city realty, or will sell for part cash and balance on easy terms. Inquire at Record office torpartlcularc. Typewriter paper for sale at The Record office. Legal Blanks for sale at The Kecora of fice. For Sale—8tone, gravel and sand of ex cellent quality, for building purposes none better. Only one-quarter mile west of town. Brit Steen. Prop. utf For Sale—Two corner residence lots; will sell at a bargain If taken at once. Inquire "X" Record ottiee. Buildiiig STonK—When in need of build ing stone see J. W. * P. L. Newton. We have the finest stone in the state. 14ft FOR RENT For Kent A small house on Second street east. Inquire at The Record ottiee. 8«p For Kent—Two-room house on Second street west is offered for rent furnished. Apply at The Record office. I'or Rent-Sheep range, deeded land; shelter and water. Apply Record office. 88-3«p For Rent—Employment office,furnished, excellent location. Ready for business. Inquire H. P. Nelson. 29 tf Those having rooms for rent can insert an ad In this column and secure a large "Rooms For Rent" placard free. 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. LSTRAY NOTICES Lost—One red cow with white strip on back, branded "4" on right hip; horns have been clipped, and has hole thru one ear. Strayed from my place In sec. 19-13-25 about November 7th. f5.00 reward offered for in formation leading to recovery of the cow. Address. Kay Enright, Roundup, Montana. 34-85p POSITION and HELP WANTED Wanted—a school girl, about 1« years of age, to do light housework for her board. Inquire at the Record office. LOST and FOUND Lost—On the 11th near the divide between Hillings and Roundup, a leather bag of auto tools with owners name on same. Finder please send to Roundup Garage and re ceive reward. 3lp MISCELLANEOUS NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Of fice at Lewistowu, Montana, Oct. 81st, 1910. Notice Is hereby given that Henry F. Sullivan, of Lavina, Mont., who, on March 22, 1909, made Homestead Entry No. 0519«, for nwî< Sec. 14, Township 7 n.. Range 28 e,, Montana Principal Meridian, has tiled notice of In tention to make final Commutation proof to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before Arthur C. Bayers, a U. S. Commissioner, at Uivlna, Mont., on the 5th day of December. 1910. Claimant names as witnesses; D. A. Sheehan, Herb Anderson, Knock Hilden, T. H, Hendershott, all of Lavina, Mont. C. K. McKoin, Register. (First pub. Nov. 4, '10) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. 8. Lund Of fice at Lewiston, Mont.,October 2«, 1910. Notice is hereby given that Hattie J. Russell, of Roundup, Mont., who, on June In, 1908, made Desert Lund Entry, Serial No. 0800, for w'/a neX.nX se!<i, Section 29, Township 12 n, Range 22 e., Montana Meridian, has filed notice of intentlou to make Final Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before C. H. Tyler, United States Commissioner, at Roundup, Montana, on the 28th day of November, 1910. Claimant names as witnesses: Fred A. Applemann,Frank Persons and Frank May nard, all of Roundup. Mont., and Rachael V. Johnston, of Pine Grove, Mont. C. E. McKoin, Register. (First pub. Oct. 28 .1910) CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United States Ijind Office, Lewistowu, Montana, Novem ber l«th, 1910. A sufficient contest affidavit lui vine been filed in this office by Nels Dahl, contestant, against Homestead Entry. No. 5477, made November 7th, 1907, for lots 1 and 4, Section 14, Townshlo 9 n.. Range 24 e., Montana Mer idian; by Henry R. Holley, Contestée, In which It is alleged that said Holley has never established a residence on said entry, and the land has been abandoned for more than one year last past; said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond, and of fer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. on December 19th, 1910, before Edwin S. Cook, United States Commission er, at his office In Roundup, Montana, and that final hearing will be held at 10 o'clock a. m. on December 32nd, 1910. before the Register and Receiver at the United States Land Office In Lewlstown, Montana. The contestant having, in a proper af fidavit, filed Nov. I«th, 1910. set forth facts which show that after due dilllgence per sonal 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, Receiver. (First pub. Nov. 18th'10.) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. H. Land Office at Lewistowu, Montana, Nov. 1«, 1910 Notice is hereby given that David Strauss, whose postoffice address is Aberdeen, H. D., did on the 21st duy of Jan. 1909, filed In this office sworn statement and applieation No.02308, to purchase the sK sw!4. Section 38, Towship 7 n.. Range 34, Mont. Meridian, and the timber thereon, under the provis ions of the Aet of June 8, 1878, and acts amendatory, known as the "Umber and Stone Law," ut such value as might be fixed by appraisement, and that, pursuant to such application, the land and timber there on have been appraised, the timber esti mated 850 board feet at 81.00 per M„ and the land ((none;) that said applicant will offer final proof in «apport of hl« appli cation and «worn statement on the 18tb day of January, 1911, before B. B. Cook, U.8. Comml««loner at Roundup, Mont. Any person I« nt liberty to protest this purchase before entry, or initiate a contest nt any time before potent Issues, by flllhg n corroborated affidavit in this office, alleg Inc facts which would defeat the entry. C. E. McKoin, Register. (First pub. Nov. 18, M10.) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Of fice at Lewlstown, Mont., Oct. Slst, 1910. Notice Is hereby given that Paul Maxwell, of Roundup, Mont., who, on 19th of March. 1909, made Homestead, No. 05201, for Nortn west quarter (nw Vi). Section 12, Township 9 north, Range 25 east, Montana Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Final Commutation Proof, to establish claim to the land above described,before C.H.Tyler, U. S. Commissioner, at Roundup, Mont., on the 10th day of Dec. 1910. Claimant names as witnesses; Benjamin F. Van Busklrk, WIlllamBloomstrand, Con Kiittenveld.Koss Edmunds, all of Koundup. Montana. C. K. McKoin, Register__ (First pub. Nov. Uth, '10.) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Of fice at Lewlstown, Mont., Novembei 9th. 1910. Notice Is hereby given that Floyd C. Nelson, of Roundup, Mont., who, on Oct. 23rd, 1905, made Homestead Entry, No. 4098, Serai No. 08419, for se X nw X. «X sw X. sw X se X, Section 90, Township 8 n„ Range 35 e., Mont Meridian, has filed intention to make Final Five Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Edwin S. Cook, U. S. Commissioner, at Koundup, Montana, on the 90th, day of December. 1910. Claimant names as witnesses: Frederick C. Clausen, Brit Steen, William Noble, Bert Lesle.all of Koundup, Montana. C. K. McKoin, Register. (First pub. Nov. 18th, TO.) CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United States land Office, Lewlstown, Mont. Nov. l«th, 191«. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed In this office by Peder Digre, contest ant, ugainst Homestead Entry, No. 08529, made Feburary 28th, 1910, for n V« se X. s ne X, Section 4, Township 10 n.. Range 28 e„ Montana Meridian; b.v Edward Twedt, Con testée, in which it is alleged that the said Edward Twedt has wholly abandoned said tract; that he has changed his residence therefrom more than six months since mak ing said entry: that said tract is not settled upon and cultivated by said party as re quired by law; that said entrymun has never built a house on said land, nor has he oc cupied, cultivated or Improved said land in any maimer, and it now remains In its nat ural and wild condition; said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond, and of fer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock ft. tn. on Dec. 28, 1910, before C. H. Tyler, U. 8. Comtnissoner at his office in Koundup, Mont., and final hearing will be held at 10 o'clock a. in. on Dec. 30th, 1910, be fore the Register and Receiver at the Unit ed States Land Office in Lewlstown, Mont. The said contestant having In a properaf fiduvit, filed Nov. 10th, 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 publca tlon. C. E. McKoin, Register, (First pub. Nov. 25th, TO.) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Of fice, at Lewlstown. Montana, Nov. 17, 1910. Notice Is hereby given tiiat William Klomstrand. of Koundud, Mont., who, on August 25,1908, made Homestead Entry Serial No. 0815, for lots 8 and 4, s X nw X , Section 2 Township 9 n, Range 35 e, Montana Princi pal Meridian, has filed notice of intention tn moke Final Commutation Proof to estab lish claim to the land above deseribed, be fore C. H. Tyler, U. S. Commissioner, at Roundup, Mont., on the 2tlth day of Decem ber, 1910. Any and all persons desiring to protest against the validity of this entry should file their sworn statements in this office on or before the 34th day of December, lull), other wise the final proof heretofore submitted may be allowed. C. E. MckoiN, Register. (First pub. Nov. 25, '01) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Ismd Of ttice at Lewlstown, Montana, Nov. 21, 1910. Notice is hereby given that William II. Schnell. of Roundup, M « »lit., who, on April 7, 1908, made Homestead Application No. 5815, Serial no. 04872, for sw X- Section ».Town ship 9 n, Range 24 e, Montana Meridian, lias filed notice of intention to make FilialCom mutatiod Proof to establish claim to the land above described, before C. H. Tyler, U. S. Commissioner, at Koundup, Mont., on the 2tlth day of December, 1910. Claimant names us witnesses: PhillpVogt, Conran Uthcrt, J, It. Ryan, I*. P. Koer ner, of Roundup, Mont. C. E. McKoin, Register. ( First pul). Nov. 25, '01 ) CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior United States I jind Office Lewistowu, Montana, Novem ber 25th, 1910. A sufficient contest affidavit having been tiled in this office by William J. Decker, contestant, against James K. Welch, entry No. 010170, made April 28th, 1910, for North east quarter, Section 14, Township 10 n,, Range 38 e„ by James K. Welch, contestée, in which it Is alleged that said Janies K. Welch has not built a bouse nor established residence on the laud, nor cultivated any part of it, and that the land remains in its natural wild state at the present time; said parties are hereby notified to appear, re spond, and offer evidence touching said al legation at 10 o'clock a. m. on January 9th, 1911, before Edwin S. Cook, U. 8. Commis sioner at Koundup, Montana, and that final hearing will be held at 10 o'clock a. m. on January 14th, 1911, before the Register and Receiver at the United States Land Office In Lewlstown, Mont. The said contestant having In a proper af fidavit tiled November 3Htli, 1910 set forth facts which show that after due dilllgence personal service of this notice cannot be made It is hereby ordered and dlrectedtliat such notice be given by due and proper publication, C. E. McKoin, Register. (First pub. Dec. 3nd, TO.) The Diver. The proffession of the diver is pic. turesque and profitable although the element of dauger deters many from entering it. The diver works about three hours a day, and is paid for his services from seven to ten dollars. After a nervous strain take a glass of golden grain belt beer. It steadies the nerves and makes rich,red blood. Order of your nearest dealer or be supplied by M. M. Klein. Land office blanks for sale at The Record office. Danils, the restaurateur, is pre senting bis lady customers with an elegant and valuable Christy plate as a Christmas gift. Kindly call for one. , «-für shipper-** J . - p the Middleman. Deal with the House thafh ! tWi.(Oi»ci«»iif :«IU«Si.) thatcharee, no ccreml* «51 e. ,-ay*express.)««, exports direct to Londc, i Eoslana, and Lelpxlg, German;, the treat*, t, Fur ' (Send for it. MirkSti ■'*> ouf .u. S ms tion that will be worth a fortune to toil ib'I («ÄÄ&SSAr Black Diamond Lodge K.oiP. No. SO-Mnet first and tliini Tursday of each month In Evans hall. Visiting Knights cordially invited, Wm. J. Jameson. K. of K. A S. Socialist Local Meet every Sunday at 10 00 o'clock a. m. In Miners If ni on Hull, Koundup, Montana, Everybody welcome to the meetings. I. O. O. F. Miracle Lodge No. 84. Meets In Pioueer Hall every Friday Even ing at 7:80 o'clock. Alfred Shaw. Noble Grand Jamks V. Weik. Secretary Roundup Camp No. 8200 M. W. of A. Meets every First and Third Friday of the month in Carpenter's Union Hall. L. H. Thpkston, Venerable Council. John J. IIi.kiikk, Clerk. Unity Lodge A. F. & A. M. OF ROUNDUP Meets every First and Third Wednesday of the Month In the Pioneer Hall. Geo. N. Griffin, Master. H. K. Thompson, Secretary. Roundup Aerie No. 1817 F. O. E. Meets In Pioneer Hall Every Second and Fourth Wednesday In the month. Visiting Members Invited. IIknky P. Nelson, Worthy Pres. Wallace Strait, Worthy Sec. Roundup Local H.and R.E.l. A.andB.I.L.ofA. Meets first and third Monday of each month. In Carpenters' Union Hall. "Doc" Peterson, Pres. L. C. Caldwell Flu. Sec. TAKE CARE! Remember that when your kid neys are affected, your life is in danger. M. Mayer, Rochester, N. Y. says: My trouble started with a sharp shooting pain over my back which grew worse daily. I felt slug gish and tierd, my kidney action was irregular and infrequent. I started using Foley Kidney Pills. Each dose seemed to put new life and strength into me, and now I am completely cured and feel better and stronger than for years". The Re public Pharmacy. CORN AND OATS FOR SALE In car lois. Write or wire us for quotations delivered your station. Buy direct from shipper. QUINN SHEPHERDSON Co., Sioux Falls. S. D. When needing anything in the line of m mm Call upon or address Frank Labart, Knundup, Montana All Work Guaranteed Tirât Glana. You must read this if you want the benefit. J. W. Greer, Greenwood, La., suffered with a severe case of lum bago. "The pains were so intense I was forced to hypodermic injec tions for relief. These attacks starred with a pain in the small of my hack which gradually became fairly par alyzing. My attention was attracted to after using this wonderful medi cine I am no longer bothered in any way by my old enemy lumbago." The Republic Pharmacy. Growing Old Is a Habit Avoid Acquiring It USE MALT EXTRACT A Tireless Builder of New Blood and Tissue ITS PALATABLE TOO at «11 Drug Stores QUpo. IJamm Srrurittg Co. SAINT PAUL :: MINNESOTA à T. S. O'Connor S ff ti £ F une r a 1 Director and Licensed Emhnlmer With H. E. Marshall Roundup, Mont. KKRKKItamimatlWItltttltltltl Prices Reasonable Quick Service J. A. Godman PRAYING T ransf or, Job W ork. Wood and Goal a Specialty'. 'Phono 1«6 KOUNDUP, MONT. GRANT & HARDEN Contractors & Builders. lloiindtip, Montana n ,|.___ IFIRST STREET EAST UllICCS ", Gld JetiHvold A Sorenson t Blacksmith Shop Day and Night Service W. C. HOWARD Hack Line |HONE No. 51. All calls answered promptly Roundup, Mont. FOR MEALS LIKE MOTHER USED TO MAKE GO TO The St. Paul Dining Room Mrs. Theo. Schmitz, Prop. Meal Tickets 21 Meals for $5.50 OPPOSITE C. M. & St. P. DEPOT, ROUNDUP. MONT *K*»l*K******IU*KK****Mim**M*.*.9(**.l'.IUUtR*9l**lll9UM**MataC E. Schetsick G. Gottfrey Schefsick ft Gottfrey Building Contractors Estimates, Plana ond Specifications Furnished P. o. Bex 31 Roundup, Montana All Stock Require a Tonic at this Season of the Year Capital Stock Food Makes Stock Thrive. Saves Feed. Tones up the System. Made to Suit Montana Conditions. Manufactured by Capital Stock Food Company HELENA, MONTANA SOLD BY TAYLOR'S LIVERY ROUNDUP, MONT. H: Tti is Plumper Stock Means ExtraGood Wear These Misses' and Children's shoes are made with exceptionally plump sole and upper stock. The result is that they give much better wear than ordinary. The fact that they are made by the Bradley Metcalf Co., those mak ers of extra good shoes since 1843, proves that the leather and the workmanship are a much higher quality than the average. p A. B. G. Misses 1 and Children's Shoes - ; '- i are made in the very latest styles, We have all sizes, but they arc sure to sell fast. So call non? while our stock is complete. V/e carry this manufacturer's complete line for men, women and children. We have shoes for all occasions—dress, street, work, school or business. And our prices offer good saving Mil MlfCIltÜI G«. DR. G. E. O'NEIL DENTIST Office Kennison Building, First Deer North of Schrump'siStore. Hamilton Wright LXND LAWYER Time devoted Exclusively to Fractit'e? r Roundup, Mont. M. R. McDonald ......Dealer In...... FRESH AID SALT MEATS Second Street East ROUNDUP, MONTANA Old Virginia Farms For Solo Send for free Illustrated catalog; largest flat In Virginia. Gaaaefmaa ft- Ce., ftcbiMod, Va.