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.•V, Ranch Home of Magnus Lindstrand near Roundup. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ I Tt£ LOCAL I ROUNDUP ♦--: LOCAL ^4 ND PERSONAL | ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦I Photos at Fairchild's Legal blanks at The Record. The FAD for Christmas presents. For latest style haircuts t r y Noble's Dr. McIntosh of Miles City was in town Tuesday. The Grand Cafe is open evenings until one o'clock. Don't forget the joy riding dance on New Years Night. W. B. McCormick left for Billings in an auto last Thursday. Watch for the Overland dance by W. S. Tallman on January 1st. W. A. Keene and Robt. Brown returned from Helena last Thursday night. Charles Howard spent Sunday with his father George Howard,who is very sick. A good place to spend a leisure hour—always warm, always wel come—Case's. Call and see Wall's holiday line of Christmas goods before you make your purchases. The greatest display of Christmas goods ever shown in the Musselshell valley may now be seen at Wall's store. The K. K.'s will give a linen shower for Miss Ethel Hice at the Longmore residence next Friday evening. Go and see Dralle's and Grant's houses, and then go and have Grant & Harden drav/ vou a set of plans for your new house. Miss Teresa Able returned home from the hospital last week, but is not improving as rapidly as her friends would wiso. Go and see Dralle's and Grant's houses, and then go and have Grant & Harden draw you a set of plans for your new house. If hubby gets up cranky in the morning serve him with some of our delicious home made breakfast sausage and save the day. City Meat Market. Walter Abstein left for Chicago last Thursday night to bring sever al carloads of immigrant movables ! and live stock. He has completed j his house and chicken house on his ranch five miles north of Roundup. -, Residence of Supt. Fred W. Dralle The FAD for nifty neckwear. Miss Lydia Sidow is verv ill. Twenty per cent discount on boys suits at Walls. Try our home made breakfast sausage. City Meat Market The Record makes a specialty of ladies' calling cards. Give us your order. C. F. Richarden, returned from Aberdeen, Thursday night. He is much improved in health. Mrs. Coursin and daughter left Monday morning for Bozeman, to attend the funeral of Mrs. Coursin's neice. Lost—A bunch of keys on heart shaped key ring, about twelve or fifteen keys. A reward is offered for the return of the keys to Record office. J. B. Brant has been making some great improvements on his ranch, a large stock barn and a large chicken house. He is expect ing to go into the chicken business on a large scale. Mrs. Ed. Blair very pleasantly entertained a small party at Bridge \\ hist this week. The following guests were present, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Moorlv, Mrs. F. A. Mason, C. B. Dille and Miss Thomas. The manager of the Lewistown Billings Mutual Telephone Co., Mr. Pavey, of Lewistown, was in Round up Tuesday and Wednesday. The telephone company expect to have its new switch board in by tire new year. They are stringing the cable now. The Circle of the Congregational church will meet with Mrs. L. M. Law next Wednesday to prepare for the bazaar to be held on December 17th in the building to be occupied by Degnan & Bruckert. They will also hold a food sale and serve lunch during the afternoon and evening of the bazaar. Everybody come and help the good cause. Mrs. Albertson has gone in partnership with Mrs. Cedersten in her dressmaking parlors on Second street east across from Cash Grocery. Mrs. Albertson has done dressmak ing for many years having had one of the leading dressmaking estab lishments in Wheeling West Va. Mrs. Cedersten has charge of cleaning, pressing and dyeing. the you The FAD for Nifty CLOTHING. Smile and smoke an Osmunda. The Grand Cafe serves after dance suppers. Three pair in a box Fad silk sox $1.00 Ed. Wynne went to Butte, Monday. The Coal Co. is siding up the houses at No. 3. Philo Haynes is alarmingly ill with Bright's disease. When ever or where ever WALK walk over to the FAD Miss Kline is having a house built on her claim northeast of here. Photographs make good Xmas presents. At the Fairchild Studio. Doc Easewold began work with the telephone company, Thursday. W. A. McGinley is busy building a barn on his claim northeast of town. Party catering a specialty at the Grand Cafe. See us for your holi day entertaining. Fry a bottle of Perfection Cream Lotion; cures the chaps; 25c a bot tle. Republic Pharmacy. Dr. Lewis and wife with II. O. Britton and wife left today in an auto for Billings to take in tiie show, "Tne New Minister's Son". J. C. Foole of North Dakota pur chased a 320'acre tract of land about ten miles northeast of town. He intends to move on the same next spring. Lost—A coyote lap robe between the Johnson Hoel and the George Wright ranch. A reward of $- r >.U0 is offered for the return of the robe to the Johnson Hotel. Miss Nora Martin and Miss Mary Shields, of New Castle. Ia., intend to make their future home in Muss elshell county having filed on home steads northeast of town. John Johnson, a miner living on east second street, was injured Tuesday at No. 3 by a falling rock. He received a bad cut on his head and was quite badly lamed up. W. F. Lowther, of the NF ranch will leave for New York city lvhere he will sail directly to Eng land to spend thewinter. He expects to return to America and his Montana ranch next summer. The Christian Endeavor of the Congregrational Church met with r . . , I Josephine Gaughan last week to organize and elect officers. The fol lowing were elected: Andrew Viland, j presKlent; \\ ill Bragstad.vice presi- j denLEdith Kibble,treasurer;Mildred ; fecofield, Secretary; and Lula Lucas, organist. They will hold their first meeting at the church Sunday night at 6:30. Miss Minnie Ferguson entertained a few of her friends at progressive whist Tuesday evening. Those pres ent were Messrs. Thompson, Dille, Tillman, Stoiburge, McHale, Bush nell, Misses. Hendrix. Thomas, Sayre, and Mrs. Thompson and Sco- j field. Cards were played until a late 1 hour after which a daintv and delic- j ious luncheon was served by the hostess and her mother. Mabel Say re and Dick McHale won the head prize and Miss Hendrix and Mr. Dille the "hubby". Hay for Sale Stock To Winter -— j 1 have lUO tons Hnd good I pasture. Will ofrioL- 4- ^ ! IdlVC MUCK I O , winter, or sell ! ! j I hay at my ranch a t Flatwillow creek. :: :: •! E. L. NARTIN P. 0. Address, Forest Grove, Mont. A Victor For Christmas W THAT wouldn't you give to hear, right in your home, any song, hymn, march, overture or operatic sel ection, whenever and as often as you wished? It is just possible that you may have a false impres sion regarding the Victor hy reason of having heard records played by some one whose choice is entirely different from yours would be, and who may have also entirely overlooked the importance of the proper tempo. You will never know, until you have a Victor in your home, how perfectly the music YOU like can be played on the Victor. Don't let this Christmas go by without getting a Victor. It will brink more joy and entertainment than any thing you can get. CALL AND HEAR THE VICTOR AND ALL THE LATEST MUSIC AT DEAN & SKEIE, JEWELERS ROUNDUP, MONTANA Miss Alice Smith entertained the K. K.'s at a Chanticleer party Wednesday night. The novel game w a s highly enjoyed. Josephine Gnughnn won the first prize. Dr. J. II. Johnston, formerly of j Albion, Ind., who has been living j on a homestead near Elso the past j year or so, will open a dentist office in this city next Monday. He has secured rooms above the Wonder Store, and will be ready to serve patients by Monday. Mr. Johnston is a graduate of the Chicago College of Dental Surgery, and has fourteen years of experience in dental prac tice. Next Sunday's services at the Congregational church of Round up— Rev. La Roy A. Lippitt, pastor. Sunday school 10 o'clock a. m. at which time the children will practice for Christmas excerises. Morning services 11:00 a. m. Subject, "What is Man." Evening services 7:30, subject, "A Young Man With a Record." The subject for Christian Endeavor is "How Must a Christian be Different from Others?" The Methodist Ladies Aid society will give their second annual bazaar and supper Thursday Dec. 15th, 1 his 's the ladies one big effort and they are doing all they can to make I this the best yet. Many beautiful f ancy artic]f!S fur Christmas pres L ntg have been made-they will j plea de you. The dinner will be a j Dicken pie ( , inn er, every one will ; be serve( l with a piping hot indivi du al chicken pie. A musical will j 1 j follow the supper. The best talent of Roundup will appear in this. The sale of fancy articles begins at 1:30 p. m., dinner at 5:30. followed by the musical, I'riee of dinner 50c. Come and enjoy yourself and help the ladies in this most worthy en terprise. This will be held at the church. The Doctor's Question I s Much Sickness Due Disorders. to Bowel We could not afford to ho strong ly endorse Rexall "03" Hair Tonic and continue to sell it as we do, if it did not do ;ili we claim it will. Should our enthusiasm carry us away, and Rexall "03" Hair Tonic not give entire satisfaction to the j users, they would lose faith in us and our statements, and in conse f i Uf ' nce our business prestige would ; I We assure you that if your hair is beginning to unnaturally fall out or ! if you have any scalp trouble, Rex , all "93" Hair Tonic will promptly ! eradicate dandruff, stimulate hair growth and prevent premature bald ness. Our faith in Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is so strong that we ask you to try it on our positive guarantee that your money will be cheerfully refunded if it does not do as we claim. Two sizes, 50c. and $1.00. Sold only at our store—The Rexall Store. The Roundup Drug Co. j j j DO YOU CARE TO READ GOOD BOOKS WE WILL SHOW YOU 150 Popular Copyrights 15 Cents Is All It Costs to Read One EVERY MANS CLUB mURWlMlWlS MUMMMMMMM Boarders Wanted at the Grand Cafe. A :'hang( in hotels am ird in fovor of those who b< restaurants, beginning on Saturday, December 10th the Grand Cafe will furnish steady hoard at $O,00 per week. In making this change we do not intend making any departure from our past reputation as setting the best table in the city. K V I Everything will be first-class, cooked Jight I s and served right. X W-WUMt A NIFTY XMAS SUIT |Q|E T us take your measure now for a nifty' suit for Christmas. Splendid goods to select from. Work manship, fit, style and quality o f goods always guaranteed. ZETZER "The Tailor"