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ROUNDUPj LOCAL zJIND PERSONAL j ! FAD, FAD, FAD, FAD. Suits Cleaned and Pressed at the Fad, When giving make it sensible Fad shirts $2.00 Jas. Blackburn came in today from Contact, Mont. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Buderwins ky last Monday, a baby boy. Mias Alice Smith entertained the "K. K.'s" Wednesday evening. The FAD has just received a special line of SHIRTS for Christ mas. Ernest Snelling, of Fattig. left here Tuesday night on a trip vo England. Mrs. G. II. Belcher and Mrs. B. ; R. Collins were down from Layina Wednesday. J. U. Gridley, of the Roundup Coal Mining Co., arrived here Thurs day from Sheridan, Wyo, L. J. Cake, the popular little mining engineer, of Dietz Wyo., arrived in ths city yesterday. Harry Burges, of Sheridan, Wyo., chief counsel of the Roundup Coal Mining Co., came in yesterday. Besure to try some of our deli cious home made sausage for break fast. City Meat Market. Arthur McCann has sold his in terest in the Mission Pool Hall to his partner, E. W. VanHouse. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Moore, of Two Dot, are guests at the Sayre home, having come in last night. Excellent accommodations to steady roomers at the Sayre House, north Main street. Reasonoble rates, Nicely furnished rooms for steady roomers may be had at the Sayre House, upper Main street. Furnace heat. Vince Nigro went to Butte Mon day merning on business. We under stand he is negotiating for the Cal-1 lifornia Music Hall. BillEsmay,the musiean, returned (from Butte Saturday. While gone Ihe was engaged in doing assessment |work on a mining claim which he as near that city. Biggest money-saving opportuni ty in the history of the Musselshell valley now offered at the Fashion [Store. We positively guarantee |t's so. Mr. and Mrs. Baker were here from Michigan this week visiting nth their son, who haß a home stead on Horse Thief creek. They Returned home yesterday. If you are in need of anything in |he way of cloaks, suits, shirts, raists, dresses, etc., atieüd the Clearance Sale now on at the Fash )n Store and save fifty cents on |very dollar. J. P. Weast, of Thermopolis, 7yo., a brother of "Doc" Weast, jrmerly engaged in business here. raB in the city the first of the week. Jr. Weast owns a sheep ranch on ^eer Lodge creek. "Doc" is now inducting a saloon at Thermopolis. 2? IS*-"' V * il» F»' IF. Uk mi W. H. Lmb h few m I fertk.ll ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ FAD, FAD. FAD, FAD, FAD. Every day is MENS day at the Fad. Here's Happiness for "Him" ! The Fad. R. M. Douglas was down from Harlo last Sunday. Fireside fancies new house coats $5.00 to $12.00 Fad. Misß Mabel Sayre and Bruce Radigan were Twodot visitors Sun day, The Record expects to double its money with the new folding machine. We can order for you any book, magazine or paper published. II. I. Case & Co. ; The Roundup Lady Athletics and the high school girls will have a basket ball game tonight. Fred Martin arrived in the city i as t night from Great Falls. He is in the insurance business now. Pleasant furnished rooms for steady roomers may be had at the Sayre House, North Main street. Ask your dealers for "Ruby" Kerosene Oil. No smoky chimneys or bad odors from this oil. 28-35t C. F. Zoller has just arrived from Omaha. He expects to join Mr. Thomas in extensive farming oper ations near here. A basket social and Christmas jtree will be held in the Bricker i Wisner school house, northwest of j t° wn > December 24th. Jimmie Miller's famous orchestra jR* ve a dance at Klein next j Saturday(Dedember 17th). Every j ^°dy is cordially invited. j A surprise party was given Miss ' Rosselle last Saturday evening by j a number of her friends. She will ; leave for North Dakota next week. j F. R. Bennett left last Friday for j his home in Salt Lake City after a weeks' visit with his sister, Mrs. J. R. Morton, the two not having seen j eac ^ other for ten years. Vaughn I Lennett came up from Miles City ^ as * Thursday and a family reunion was held at the Morton home. Mrs. Jas. Degman was taken by surprise last Saturday evening when a party of her friends broke in on her, it being her birthday annivers ary. Dainty refreshments were serv ed and gained were played, the evening being very pleasantly spent. Mrs. Degman was presented with a cut glass dish. Those present were Msedames McCann Jacoby. Blair, Flynn, Rusch, Nix. Teppard, Roche, Taylor, Marshall, O'Connor, and the Misses Reynolds and Peppard. G. H. Tyler LAWYER and U. S. COMMISSIONER Practices in all State and Federal (iourte. Land Filings and Final Proofs Taken. All Land Office Papers (iorrectly Prepared. Office over liostonStore Roundup, Mont. Gift glove goodness $2.00 The Fad The Fad is Santa Claus head quarters. The FAD is SANTA CLAUSE headquarters. Pictures taken day or night at the Fairchild Studio. The gifts you'll feel proud of ; t the Fashion Store. Knapp Gonion came up Musselshell Sun lay morning. from W. B. McCormick, of Omaha, vice president of the Sheridan Coal Company, was in the city Tuesday. As a result of injuries received last Wednesday Alcksi Jiski died Tuesday. The accident occurred in the East Side mine at Red Lodge. Jiski was waiting at the entrance in which he worked, fora runaway car, which came down the incline, leaped the track, and struck anoth er miner, Henrv Lento, who died before the surface was reached. 35 m Next week will be a most wonderful one at WALLS. We have one of the largest and most complete line of HOLIDAY GOODS which has ever been displayed in Roundup. Come and see. GIFTS FOR THE CHILDREN Dolls and Doll Heads Books, Chinaware Trains, Banks Folding Doll Carriages Mechanical Toys Express Wagons Sleds, Stick Horses Doll Beds, Trunks Rocking Horses Teddy Bears, Air Guns Tool Chests Tops, Checkers Wheelbarrows Drums, Tricyles Letter Blocks Horns, Rubber Balls All Kinds of Games Children's Hand Bags □ c J □ □ c □ 2 □ d nzj □ 2 C 2 C GOING INTO GIFTS FOR THE OLDER ONES Toilet Sets Manicure Sets Office Sets Military Brushes Ash Trays, Gloves Hand Painted Cake Sets and other China Ware Celery Trays, Salad Dishes Lace Handkerchiefs Silk Handkerchiefs Mustache Cup and Saucer Shaving Sets Traveling Bags Neckwear, Pipes * Jewel Boxes Books, Book Racks Shaving Mugs Shaving Strops, Mirrors A World of Toys-—Everything in the line of Up-to-Date Holiday Gifts. We also carry one of the largest stocks of staple merchandise in the Musselshell Valley Mail orders promptly filled and shipped by experienced men F. M. WALL COMPANY Trading Place Telephone No. 1 Cal Millard has ordered an antoi nette monoplane for himself, with which he expects to do some soar ing in this part of the country, lie will equip the dying machine with the engine of his old Cadillac. Cal says he is going to be the first hu man being to fly over the Mus selshell. All those who attended the con cert by the Rachel Steinnnui Con cert Company last Satruday were well pleased. This was the first number of the entertainment course secured by the Star theatre man agement. and speaks well for the other numbers to come. After the concert a little dance was held in honor ol the company. A wrestling match will be held in the Star Theatre Saturday, Dec. 17th, between 1>. I). Smith and Einari Silto. Smith claims the lightweight championship of .Okla homa and agrees to throw Silto three times in an hour, two points I * , j j i ; ! j down, PoPce Gazette rules, catch as catch can. Silto is a miner fin poyed at Camp Three. They will wrestle for a purse of $100. In the writeup on another page stating the new enterprise estab lished in Roundup the past year, we omitted the American Steam Laundry. This is an an enter prise of considerable magnitude and importantance, and should have occupied a prominent place. jO. C. Leach is back of this enter prise. A pleasant surprise party was held last Friday evening on Mrs. Donald Petrie, who left Saturday morning for Mu'tinsdale. Refresh ments were served and a delightful evening spent by those present. Mrs. Petrie was presented with a .souvenir spoon of Roundup as a token of the esteem in which she is held by her friends here. Mr. Petrie, who was employed in Mar shall's store here, has been given ' ! | . ! ; ; j j j . the management of the Marshall store at .Martinsdale. which neces sitates his removal to the uppe Musselshell town. Those present at the party were Mesdames Rusch, Nix. Peppard. Roche. Degnan, Tay lor. Marshall, O'Connor, and the Misses Reynolds and Peppard. Lovers of good music in Roundup will be interested to learn that Miss Decker has accepted (lie invitation of the church music committee to become chorister for the church. Miss Decker has bad a wide ex perience both «s i> singer and as leader in church organizations and is therefore especially fitted for the work she lias undertaken and those of musical training in the city will welomce the opportunity to prac tice under a trained leader. While those who have not had musical instruction but would like to take advantage of the opportunity for de velopment along this line will be especially welcome.