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Roundup has a prosperous future which is guaranteed by a pay roll of $150,000.00 per month and the the best agricultural district in Montana. By reason of the unequaled climate enjoyed by residents of this district, together with an adequate church, school, electric light and water service, Roundup is placed in alone if a desirable place to live be taken into consideration. The Milwaukee Land Company still has limited number of Roundup lots which are choice resident locations. For prices, terms and other information, consult, A. A. Morris, local agent. Office in First National Bank Bldg. support of immediate a class all for sale a Montana News Notes Citizens of Bozeman held a large and enthusiastic meeting at the Opera house last Sunday night at which Judge E. K. Cheadle, of Lew- ! istown, and President Hamilton, of the State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, were the speakers. The subject considered was the bet terment of moral conditions in the town. At the close resolutions were adopted pledging the support of the citizens to the enforcement of the law in suoli matteas in the strictest sense. On November 19 six banks in the state were brought into Minneapolis affiliation through the orgaization of the Continental Securities com pany. which has a capital of 200,000 In the group there are also two banks in North Dakota and one in Minneapolis. The Montana banks are the Havre National bank, the Concord Banking company, the Bank of Dunkirk, Bank of Brady, Bank of Collin- and the bank of Dutton. Mrs. M. Liscomb, sixty four years of age, was lost on the prarie in the Baker county near Miles city last week while endeavoring to go to a neighboring ranch. Fearing to stop on account of wolves she sought re fuge in a cabin where she remained three days and nights when she was found by a sheep herder who chanc ed to stop there. She apparently suf fers no worse injuries than a sore throat. A meeting is to be called soon to determine what course shall be tak en by the Meagher county fair as sociation it having recently been de termined that the association is $2,500 in debt. Bad weather made the time unfortunate for the hold ing of the fair which was the first to lie held by the association. The Billings post of the Grand Army of the Republic was presented with an altar, a Bible, and an al tar flag by Ladies of Grand Army, Billings Circle, this week. The veterans have been given the use of a room in the upper story of the court house by the county com missioners. Judgment against the Stone A Webster'Engineering corporation in the district court at Helena Nov. i>0 gives to Victor Verlaine, a laborer, $8,500 damages for injuries sustain ed while employed at the Hauser Lake dam in construction work. 1 ; | i The report from Gardiner that thousands of elk had been driven to j the surrounding country, having j been forced out of Yellowstone Na- 1 tional Park by the heavy snows, j drew many hunters to the place and reports came that hundreds of the animals were killed. A bill will be introduced in the legislature this winter to provide an additional judge for the Thirteenth judicial district including Yellow stone, Carbon and Rosebud counties. The bill is the result of a meeting of the Yellowstone County Bar association. William Hayward, secretary of the Republican national committee visited in Missoula November 30 on his way to the coast. A meeting of the Western Mon tana Poultry and Pet Stock Associa tion was held in Missoula Tuesday evening and plans were considered for the meeting to be held in Miss oula the last days of January and the first three of February. A party of Laurel residents for warded to President Taft nineteen potatoes grown in their vicinity which weighed forty-nine pounds, the vegetables intended for the Pres idents Thanksgi\ng dinner, it reported from Libby that j many of the applicants for forest reserve homesteads rn the Kootenai valley and its tributaries have al ready moved to their land, though the majorily of applicants will wait until spring to do so. Announcement comes from Butte that the probable date for the meet ing of the State Federation of Com mercial clubs that is being worked up will be on Washington's Birth day. It is to be held in Butte. Henry Lewis, who pleaded guilty in the federal court at Helena to riding on a free pass from Seattle to Butte, that had been issued to A. R. Snvder, a Northern Pacific emyloyee, was fined by Judge Rasch, $1U0 and given thirty days in jail. A greater proportion of the wheat raised in the Gallatin valley is still in the hands of farmers there, than at any previous time. A rise in prices is expe teb. which accouuts for the unusual condition. The first business men's lunch eon in Great Falls was held this week. It was well attended and pronounced successful. Subjects of interest to the locality were dis cussed. The Salvation Army of Butte, is preparing its assistance for the poor at Christmas time, when it gives aid in various ways. Two hundred and fifty dinners in baskets are to be prepared. Secretary of State A. N. Voder is gathering material for a bill to be presented to the next legislature re garding suitable laws for weights and measures for the state. The Miles City land office receiv ed notice of the temporary with drawal from settlement of about 20,000 acres of land in the south easetrn part of Custer eounto. The sum of $2,154 was recieved at Kalispell November 27th to pay members of the II and F compan ies for services during the recent forest tires. W. S. Cady is in jail in Billin 1 while charges are being investigated ; against him alleging that he ex | changed bills supposedly money for i real money. . j Last week announcement was j made that there would be no al 1 lotment for the Milk River irriga j tion project unless proceedings were instituted at once, One of the largest kills to have been made was brought into Twin Bridges recently. It consisted of thirteen deer captured on the upper Ruby river. The Missoula city council has passed an ordinance prohibiting the use and sale of fireworks in the city. Danils, the restaurateur, is pre senting his lady customers with an elegant and valuable Christy plate as a Christmas gift. Kindly call for one. h mm rams Lavina Independent. Mrs. Harry Grant and daughter, Goldie left for Chicago last Friday. !.. C. Lehfeldt spent a couple days j of last week at Musselshell on busi ! ness. i Miss Sagar has retuned to her okL j ! place in the postoffice, having spent lier vacation in Billings. Miss Emma Bradisli has returned j to her claim on the unsurveyed. Tim Stefelein, who h is been j working for J. M. Candler during the summer, has gone to his claim for the winter. Carl Hines, while out hunting rabbits, shot a bob cat that mea sured 3 feet in length and weighed 20 pounds. Nick Dickinson, the "79" sheep foreman, met with a very painful accident one day last week, and al tliou very stiff and somewhat bruised, Nick is on duty again. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Slayton left Thursday morning for Helena to look for suitable accommodations for the winter. If they do not se cure a desirable home, they will re turn to Lavina for the holidays, after which Mrs. Slayton will spend the winter with relatives in Cali fornia. Musselshell Advocate. Fred Nolan has contracted to winter 3400 of sheep for Lewy Lehfeldt of Lavina. Fred W. Handel departed Wed nesday morning for Helena to at tend a gathering of the Mystic Shrine Masons and also to attend business matters. Frank Nolan bought a nice bunch of bucks from the Mills Sheep Co., this week and brought them down from Delphia Wednesday and yes terdav drove them mit to his ranch. V. C. McCleary is remodeling his residence at the coal camp and having it fitted up with many im provements. IL M. Jones is doing the work which insures the b. st to! All Musselshell people were ; pleased to see Charie Smith return j from the Mayo hospital a t j Rochester, Minn., this week, altho j greatly reduced in advoirupoise, lie j is able to be around. Mr. Smith was obliged to undergo two delicate operations, one on tlie lip n r an ulcer, the other for rupture. ■:y, <0 Horte Sal* at C B. Wallace, who for the past 14 years has been the trusted fore man of Handel Bros.' large ranch, resigned his position this week and has taken up his residence, tempor arily at least, on the Jacob Bros.' j ranch on Hawk creek. Mr. Wallace during his stewardship with Handel ! ! i Bros, has always 'held*; their entire j co i n ^^ ence ani * respect and it is j j with reluctance they part with his j ! services after so many years of bus iness intercourse. j j Frank Nolan, who has fried his own bacon the past dozen'years and who, his friends thought, had be come so confirmed an old batchelor that Cupid's darts would never pierce his heart, suprised his most skeptical acquaintances last week by getting entangled in the noose of matrimony. The bride is Miss Jaenette Page daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Page, old and respected ranchers on Hawk creek. The marriage was solemnized Thanks giving day at Mile3 City, Rev. James of that place officiating. to! A Simple Safegrad For Mothers. Mrs. D. Gilkeson, 326 Ingles Ave., Youngstown, Ohio, gained wisdom by experience. "My little girl had a serve cold and coughed almost continously. My sister recommen ed Foley's Honey and Tar. The first dose I gave her relieved the inflammation in her throat and after using only one bottle her throat and lungs were entirely free from inflammation. Since then I always keep a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar in the house. Ac cept no substitutes. The Republic Pharmacy. Land office blanks for sale at The Record office. HAVE YOUR BARRERING ===== DONE AT -=..::= Billy Noble's Tonsorial Parlors cAND BE PLEASED t TRY OCR ELECTRIC MASSAGE BATHS IN CONNECTION Clothes Cleaned C&> Pressed Laborers Attention In order to appreciate the past patronage of my num erous customers I take this opportunity of giving away as a token of friendship, and upon the occasion of the gift giving season, Xmas, the following arides: » FIRTS To a peaceful family, a lady's or gent's gold watch and chain. SECOND To a homely old maid and batchelor, one wedding ring. THIRD Unemployed men can seek (belter, and partake of the (umpiout repart, (err ed by the laboring man'a friend upon thia greeted of Holidays AND LAST, bnt not lead to set the ex ample and expreu the tender feeling I have cheriahed aince childhood, for the poor and needy, I (hall give to a lucky widow the followin6: ONE ton of coal ONE each of floor QNE each of apnda ALSO (officient meat to complete the order. Murphy The Roundup Bargain House GRANT & HARDEN Contractors & Builders. Roundup, Montana The Flour & Feed Store Get the Right Christmas Spirit by ordering a sack of GOLD MEADAL or ISIS FLOUR for the goodwife. The success of your Christmas dinner will depend largely on the material used in the baking and if you buy your flour from us your wife will do the rest. Prompt Delivery, Telephone 134 Anderson & Berven C. P. Tillman & Co. SANITARY PLUMBING AND HEATING .... v Estimates Furnished Prices Right. Material and Workmanship Guaranteed Office and Shop, North Main Street Telephone No. 140.