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Of all Kinds and sises. View work enlargements, etc., at The Fairchild Studio One block west of Wall's H. GRAMS ELECTRICIAN Let me figure on the wiring For Your Building Oilice wiih Roundup Hardware Co. Carl N. Thompson Attorney at Law Land Office Practice and practice in all State and U. S. Courts Officei Roundup • Montana W. W. FELKER AUCTIONEER A Whirlwind on the Block Terms Reasonable 'Phone or Write Musselshell Montana Transfer Job Work Irwin'sTransfer Line A. T. IRWIN, Prop. Phone $6 Roundup, Montana T. W. WELSH. M. D. PHYSICIAN * SURGEON pedal Attention Given to Eye, Ear: Nose * Throat Diseases. Glasses Properly Fitted PFICE IN GILDER BLDG. PHONE NO. 32 Nttflt al Vf All Bid These are in nearly every case the first warnings of kid nev troubles. ND'S KIDNEY PILLS Regulates the action of the kidneys so perfectly as to remove the kidney troubles. ND'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 2 Year» Practice in Montana Roundup, Montana R. Garroll REAL ESTATE ibb Bldg. ROLNDtP, MOM. L. H. THURSTON DENTIST HFFIfF in New Gibb Building UrriLC over Boston Store Roundup, Montana DWINS.COOK S.COMMISSIOINER Land Filings and Proofs Taken. Valuable infor mation given to horne .... steaders .... ce : : : : Commercial Hotel W. F. ROCHE -FOR UMBER $15 «• $25 pur M. ft. lock West of Hospital, Roundup, Mont. ONE CENT A WORD C LASSIFIED O L U M N Ada in this column will he charged for nt ' the rate of one cent a woid. No ad taken for leas than 25 c FOR SALE I For Sale—Mammoth K ro n r. e turkeys, chickens and rekin Ducks, address Mrs. John M. Edwards. Buffalo, Fergus County, Montana. I 83p-tf For Sale—Fire wood cut to stove length, $5.00 per cord delivered In town. Leave or ders at The Record office. For Hale—Grand piano first class condi tion cheap if taken at once. See J. H. Ryan. 38-88 For Sale—A shack 14x18, completely fur nished for housekeeping; shack furniture at a bargain If taken soon. Inquire at the pop factory. 80-81p For Sale—An organ player used very little, cost new $750; will sell for half what it cost. Will consider trade for piano. In quire at The Record office. For Sale or Exchange—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 termsi. Inquire at Record office for particulars. Typewriter paper for sale at The Record office. Legal Blanks tor sale at The Decora of fice. For Sale—Stone, gravel und sand of ex cellent quality, for building purposes none better. Only one-quarter mile west of town. Brit Steeln. Drop. ntf For Sale—Two corner residence lots: will sell at a bargain If taken at once. inquire "X" Record office. BriLDin« Stopf— When in need of build ing stone see Jl W. A- 1 J . L. Newton. We have the finest stone in the state. lift ___________ FOR RENT For Rent—A small house on Second street east. Induire at The Record office, »ip For Rent—Two-room house on Second street west is offered for rent furnished. Apply at The Record office. Kor Rent—Sheep range, deeded land; shelter and water. Apply Record office. 88-Siip For Rent—Employment office, furnished, excellent location. Ready for business. Inquire H. P. Nelson. çsttf Those having rooms for rent can Insert an ad in tilts 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. ESTRAY 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. 19-12-25 about November 7th. ^5.00 reward offered for In formation leading to recovery of the cow. Address, Kay Enright, Roundup, Montana. _ 84-35P POSITION and HELP WANTED Wanted—a school girl, about l'l years of age, to do light housework for her board. Inquire at the Record office. LOST and FOUND Lost—A coyote lap robe between the .Johnson Hotel nild the lieo. Wright ranch. A reward of $5.00 Is offered for the return of tlie robe to the Johnson Hotel. Lost- A bunch Ilf keys on heart-shaped key ring, about twelve or fifteen kevs. A reward Is offered for the return of the keys to The Record office. Lost—On the lith near the divide between Billings and Roundup, a leather bag of auto tools with owners name on same. Finder please send to Roundup Garage and re ceive reward. 34 p MISCELLANEOUS Wanted—Two thousand dollars on good paying city real estate. Will pay reason able rate of interest on 8 to 5 year loan. W.C. Jones Land Co. 40p-tf Wanted —Horses and cattle to pasture. $1.00 per head per month. Pasture located 12 miles east of Kibundup on Parrot Creek. Lots of good feed. Address Jacob Keller, Fattlg, Mont. 87 - 40 p NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of tin) Interior, U.S. Land Office at Lewistown. Mont., November, 23th, 1910. Notice Is hereby given that Thomas F. Hayes, of Roundup. Montana, who, on May 12th 1909, made Homestead Entry, No. 05794. for the w M ne eb; nw \\ of Section 7. Township 11 n„ Range 24 e., Montana Meridian, lias filed notice of intention to make Final <'om mutution Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before C. II. Tvler, E. S. Coniniissoner, at Roundup, Montana, on the 2nd day of January, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: Patrick H. Hayes, Robert R. Roberts. George T. Graves, all of Roundup, Montana. C. E. McKoin. Register. Kîrst pub. Dec. 2nd, '10.) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. j Department of the interior. I T . S.Land Office at Lewistown. Mont., November th, 1910. Notice is hereby given that Patrick H. Hayes, of Roundup. Fergus County. Montana, who, on May 2Hth. 1909, made Homestead Entry, No. 05924. for Lots « and 7, Section H, Lots 1 and 2, (section 7. Township II n., Range 24 e„ Montana Meridian, has filed notice of Inten tion to make Final Commutation Proof, to establish proof to (he.land above described, before C. H. Tyler, U. S. Commissioner, at Roundup. Montana, on the 2nd day of Jan uary. 1911. Claimant names fts witnesses: Charles C, CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office, Lewistown, Montana, Novem ber 18th, 1910. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed 111 tills office by Nels Dahl, contestant, against Homestead Entry, No. 5477, made November 7th, 19it7, for lots ! and 4, Section 14, Township 9 n.. Range 24 e„ Montana Mer bilan; by Henry R. Holle.v, Contestée, In, which it is alleged that said Holley has never established ai 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. in. on December 19th, 1910, before Edwin 8. Cook, United States Commission er, at his-office In Roundup, Montana, and that Anal hearing will be held at 10 o'clock a. m. on December 22nd. 1910, before the Register and Receiver at the United States Land Office in Lewistown, Montana. The contestant having. In a proper af fidavit, filed Nov. )#th, 1910, set forth facte which show that after due diiligenee 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. xcKonr, Receiver. (First pub. Nov. 13th' 10 .) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. LandOf rtee at Lewtstown. Mont., Oct. 31st. IS 10 . Notice is hereby given that Paul Maxwell. of Roundup. Mont., who. on 19th of March. IhW, made Homestead, No. avjul, for Norm- , west quarter nw V. Section 12 . Township i north. Range 25 east, Montana Meridian. I has tiled notice of intention to make Final Commutation Proof, to establish claim to the land above described,before t\It IN 1er. I I • S. Commissioner, at Roundup. Mont., on the loth day of Dec. 1910. Claimant names as witnesses; Benjamin I F. 5 an Buskirk. WilllumBIoomstrand. Con i Bmtenveld.Koss Edmunds, all of Roundup. I Montana. C. E. McKoin. Register. First pub. Nov. 11th, '10.i NOTICE Foil PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. I', s. Land Of flee at Lewistown, Mont., Novembei 3th, lUlo. Notice is hereby given that Floyd C. Nelson, of Roundup, Mont., who, on Oct. 23rd. 1905, made Homestead Entry. No. lows. Serai No. 084m, for se l 4 nw V 4 , e 1 .. sw V gw C, se Section 20, Township 3 h.. Range 25 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 Roundup, Montana, on the 20th, day of December. lolO. Claimant names as witnesses: Frederick C. Clausen, Brit Steen, William Noble, Bert Lesle.all of Roundup, Montana. C. 11. McKoin, Register. ( First pub. Nov. 13th, 'U). I CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior. Cnlted States Land Office, Lewistown. Mont. Nov. liith, 1910. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Peder Dlgre, contest ant, against Homestead Entry. No. 0N529. made Feburary 23th, 1910, for n Use ' 4 . s ne I 4 , Section 4. Township 10 n„ Range 23 e., Montana Meridian: by Edward Twedt. Con testée, in which It is alleged that the said Edward Twedt has wholly abandoned said tract; that he has changed his resilience therefrom more than six mouths since mak ing said entry: that said tract Is not settled upon and cultivated by said party as re quired by law; that said entry man has never built a house on said land, nor has lie oc cupied, cultivated or improved said land In any manner, and it now remains in its nat ural and wild condition: said parties arc hereby notified to appear, respond, and of fer evidence touching said alb gallon at 10 o'clock a. m. on Dec. 2S. 1910, before C. H. Tyler, U. S. Coniniissoner at bis office in Roundup, Mont., and final bearing will be held at 10 o'clock a. m. on Dec. 80th. 1910, be fore the Register and Receiver at the Unit ed States Land office in Lewistown. Mont. The said contestant having in a properaf fldavlt, filed Nov. lath, 1910, set forth facts which show that after due diligence person al service of this notice eannothemade.it is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publca tion. C. E. McKoin, Register. (First pub. Nov. 25th.'10.) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. H. Land Of fice, at Lewistown, Montana, Nov. 17, 1919. Notice Is hereby given that William Blomstrand. of Roundud, Mont., who, on August 25,1903, made Homestead Entry Serial No. 0(415, for lots 3 and 4, s '4 nw Y,, Section 2 Township 9 n, Range 25 e, Montana Princi pal Meridian, hus filed notice of intention to nmke Final Commutation Proof to estab lish claim to the land above deserlhed, be fore C. H. Tyler, U. S. Commissioner, at Roundup, Mont., on the 20th 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 24th day of December, 1910, other wise the final proof heretofore submitted may be allowed. C. E. M< koi.N, Register. (First pub. Nov. 25, '01) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Of fline at Lewistown, Montana, Nov. 21, 1910. Notice is hereby given that William H. Schnell. of Roundup. Mont., who, on April 7. 1903, made Homestead Application No. 5(415, Serial no. 04372, for sw Vi, Section 4, Town ship 9 n, Range 24 e, Montana Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Final Com mutatlod Proof to establish claim to the land above described, before C. H. Tyler, E. S. Commissioner, at Roundup, Mont., on the 2»ith day of December. 1910. Claimant names as witnesses: PhllipVogt, Conran Labert, J. B. f^yati, P. P. Koer ner, of Roundup, Mont. C. E. McKoin, Register. ( First pub. Nov. 25. '01) CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior United States Lund Otlire Lewistown, Montana, Novem ber 25tli, 1910. A sufficient contest affidavit having been riled In this office by William J. Decker, contestant, against James R. Welch, entry No. 01017*1, made April 23th, 1910, for North east quarter, Section 14, Township 10 n„ Range 20 e„ by James K. Welch, contestée, in which It is alleged that said James R. Welch lias not built a house nor established residence on the land, 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. S. Commis sioner at Roundup, M ontana, and that final hearing will he held at 10 o'clock a. m. on January 14th, 1911, before the Register and Receiver at the Cnlted States Land Office in Lewistown, Mont. The said contestant having in a proper af fidavit filed November 23th, 1910 set forth facts which show that after due diiligenee personal service of this notice cannot be made it Is hereby ordered and direetedthat such notice be given by due and proper publication. c. E. McKoin, Register. I Kir-t pub. Dec. 2nd, '10.) NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION, Department of the Interior, C. (4. Land Office at Lewistown, Montana, Nov. 10 , lido Notice is hereby given that Dux id Strauss, whose postoffice address is Aberdeen, H. D.. did on the 2 lst day of Jan. 1909, filed in tills office sworn statement and application No.02803. to pure,-iase tin» »*... s\C,. Section 20, Towship 7 n„ Range 21, Mont. Meridian, and the timber thereon, under the provis ions of the Act of June 3, j37s, and acts amendatory, known as the "Timber and Stone luiw," at 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 250 hoard feet at *1.00 per M„ and the land (Inone;) that said applicant will offer final proof In support of his appli cation an<l sworn statement on the 13th day of January. 1911, before E. S. Cook, U. H itry. C. U. McKoin, Register. (First pub. Nov. 13, 1910.) j ■ i « hose office address is x. Tu m dh on the Glidev ,^ r \ n ' *!■ ' Ü. ' V. n thH ... 1 lla> 01 lwl ° Ale In NOTICE FuK PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Of fice at Lewistown, Mont, Dec. 7th, 1910, Notice Is hereby given that Alfred W. Davidson. this office HworiKitatementnnd Application No. 03514, to purchase the n \ tie %. se 14 ne Section 33, Township 12 n„ Range 22 e Montana Meridian, and the timber thereon' under the provisions of the act of June 8* 1373, and acts amendatory, known as the "Timber and Stone Law," at such value as might be fixed by appraisement, and that pursuant to sucb application, the land and Umber thereon have bedn appraised, at 1858.50, the timber estimated board feet at I per M, and the land I ; that said application and sworn statement on the 9th day of Feb. 1911, before E.S. Cook, U 8 Commissioner, at Roundup, Montana. Any person is at liberty to protest this purchase before entry, or initiate a contest at any time before patent issues, by filing a corroborated affidavit tn this office, alleging facts which would defeat the entry. * * C. E. McKoin. Register. (First pub. Dec. 9th,'10.) Dissolution of Partner .-hip — Notieels here by given that the firm <>f VanHoiise 4 Me Cann Is dissolv'd bv mutual agreement. E. W. VunHouse .vill continue the business and will pay all > 111 - a ;aln.-t said firm of Vanlloust nisi be due a - Dated, ilc.iih ible t Ml accounts will M r. Van House. December 7th, NOTICE ilLlCATIt >N. Depart ine rte e it Lt Notice is . La De ,1 Entry n.itatu of Lewistown. ;:.st, h-"7, mad, H s »rial No. Township * m. da pal Meridian. ! , nii.ke Final Conn claim to the land Register and Receiver, at Lewist, tana, on the 12th, lay of Jan. 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: ........ Graham. Carl Millard. Hans P. Nelson, Car ter Jackson, all of Roundup. Montana. C. F. McKoin. Register. (First pub. Dec. 9th. '10.) CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, U. S. Iamd Of fice. Lewistown, Montana, Dec. 5th, 1910. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed In this office by Peter Peterson, con testant, against Homestead Entry No.010293, made May Oth. 1910, for Lots 8, 4, e L, sw * 4 of section 8, Township 10 m, Range 27 e., Mon tana Meridian; bv Henry Stevenson, Con testée, In which It is alleged that the said Henry Stevenson lias wholly abandoned said tract; thin he has changed Ills residence therefrom for more than six mouths since making said entry : Hint said tract Is not settled upon and cultivated by said party as required by law and that said party has not erected any lions.- or placed any Improve ments on said laud and it now remains in Hs natural and wild condition: said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond, and of fer evidence touching said allegation at lit o'clock a. 111 . Oil January 12th. 1911, before C. H. Tyler, U. S. Commissioner, at Ills office in Roundup, Montana.and that final hearing will be held at le o'clock a. m. on January hull. 1911, before Ho- Register and Receiver at the United suites Land Office in Lewis town. Montana. The said contestant having, inn properaf Itdavit. tiled December 5th, l'dlu. set forth facts which show Hint after due diligence personal service of this notice cannot be made, it is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publication. C. E. McKoin, Register. (First pub, Dec. 9th, 'It».) 1*. ill *1 ntion t" ; h.'fotv j m. Moil- j NOTICE KOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Of fice at Lewistown. Montana, Dec. ,1910. Notice Is hereby given that Lester A. Coinbelllck, of Roundup, Montana, who. on June. 5th, 1903, made Homestead Elit» y. No. 0170, Serial No. 04073, for Lots 8, 4, e sw V, of. Section 80, Township 10 n„ Range 25 e„ Montana Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Final Commutation Proof, to estab lish claim to tlie land above described, be fore C. H. Tyler, U. s. Commissioner, at Roundup, Montana, on the 9th day of Jan uary. 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: Oscar M. Jenkins, Kirk A. Ling, John Hopkins, Willis E. Fisher, all of Roundup, Montana. C. E. McKoin, Register. (First pub. Dec. 9th, '10.) IÏ Black Diamond Lodge K. olP. No. SO-Meet first and third Tursday of each month In Evans' hall. Visiting Knights cordially Invited, Will. J. Jameson. K. of R. A S. Socialist Local Meet every Sunday at 10-00 o'clock a. m. In Miners' Union Hall. Roundup, Montana Everybody welcome to the meetings. I. O. O. F. Miracle Lodge No. 84. Meets In Pioneer Hall every Friday Even ing at 7:30 o'clock. Ai.KHKn Hiiaw. Noble Grand James V. Wkik, Secretary Roundup Camp No. 8200 M. W. of A. Meets every First and Third Friday of the month In Carpenter's Union llall. L. H.Thmhston, Venerable Council. John J. Hi.kdkk, Clerk. When needing anything in the line of III NIUIIK Call upon or address Frank Labart, Roundup, Montana 11 Work Guaranteed I irsf Glass. Unity Lodge A. F. & A. M. OF ROUNDUP Meets every First and Third Wednesday of the Month 111 the Pioneer Hall. Geo. N. Gkikein, Master. H. B. Thompson, Secretary. Roundup Aerie No. 1817 F. O. E. Meets in Pioneer Hull Every Second mid Fourth Wednesday in the month. Visiting Members invited. Henkt P. Nki.son, Worthy Pres. Wallace Htkait, Worthy Sec. Roundup Local H.andR.E.I.A.andB.I.L.ofA. Meets first and third Monday of each month, In Carpenters' Union Hull. "Doc" Petkkson, Pres. L. Caldwell Fin. .Sec. Old Virginia Farms For Sale Send for fre Illustrated catalog; largest list In Virgin hi. L.issidni.in It Co., K clnmiiiil, Vs. You must read this if you want the benefit. J. \V. (ireer, Greenwood, La., suffered with a severe case of lum bago. "The pains were so intense I was forced to hypodermic injec tions for relief. Tiiese attacks starred with a pain in the small of my back 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. DR. G. E. O'NEIL DENTIST Ollier Itennison Building, tirsl Door North of Schrum;)'»'.Siorr. I line devu Kxelustvel Land Eaxv 1'i-aetlee. Hamilton Wright LAWYER Roundup. Mont. Dr.J. H. Johnston DENTIST OFFICE OYER THE WONDER STORK Roundup, .Montana A. J. DILLETT LAWYER Specially of Personal Iniury Claims Claims collected on a preccntage IV. R. McDonald ......Dealer In...... FRESH AND SALT MEATS Second Street East ROUNDUP, MONTANA »I T. S. O'Connor k F u n e r a 1 Director a and Licensed Embalmer With H. E. Marshall Roundup, Mont. Prices Reasonable Quick Service J. A. Godman PRAYING Trail »ter, .lolt YVork. Ytond and Goal a Specialty'. 'Plume 1,16 KOI'MH'P. MONT. tFIKHT STREET EAST V#lVICCS Did .JtMiHvold A Hon'iison * HlackHtiiHh Whop Day and Night Service W. C. HOWARD Hack Line |HONE No. 51. All calls answered promptly Roundup, Mont. S FOR MEALS LIKE MOTHER USED TO MAKE ;} I —no to S I The St. Paul Dining Room £ Mrs. Theo. Schmitz, Prop. I Meal Tickets 21 Meals for $5.50 I OPPOSITE C. M. & St. P. DEPOT, ROUNDUP. MONT E. Schefsick G. Gottfrey Schefsick & Gottfrey Building Contractors Estimates, Plans and Specifications Furnished P. O. Box 31 Roundup, Montana •NMHMMNMMMMMMMIMMttMMtMtNMMNMf 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. M anufactured by Capital Stock Food Company HELENA, MONTANA SOLD BY TAYLOR'S LIVERY ROUNDUP, MONT. •Well Drilling' Machiner y ^ Yoaeaamakabiamonarmakiaaw.il., Tbl. U on* of the fen line, of work that ara aot oxer crowded. The demand for valla la far creoter than oaa be .oppllsd bj the maohioaa now at work. Wall Drillen com m and their own prioee. We bai Id the cele brated Howell line of Wall Hachiaerj, for making deep or shallow walla of all rim . for all pnrpneee aad InallUadeof ground. Our machines aro tho moot apdo-dato oo ths market, contain aU the. latest Imp re s smen ts, am extremely strong and HSÜ5& •vssz&s ÄSysssör* - ~ rT ' A,T R.R.HOWEU&CO'MiBpeapolis.Miwr fjVjs, ■hr ** vy ' This Dressy Style Here's a shoe that is very stylish this scasou—aud it's comfortable right from the start. It gives the foot that small dainty appearance without i inching and crowding the It 5 : made by the Bradley - 7fetcalf (Jo.f who have ■ well earned reputation * ays being the first to ; ' : latest gooxl taste tic Clio" Shoe For Women oï Taste You can be sure that it's correct in style, material and workmanship, if it's a "Clio." The Bradley <S- Metcalf Co., wouldn't make anything that wasn't right. They have a reputation for honest shoe making which is second to none in the country—and they have held it since 1843. $2.5 0 to $3.00 None but specially selected high-grade leathers are used in making "Clio" shoes. We have a complete line of shoes made by this manu facturer-shoes for all occa sions f?r men, women and children. You ci.r save money by calling on us now. Hendrix Mercantile Go.