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The roundup record. (Roundup, Mont.) 1908-1929, June 23, 1911, Image 5

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Hendrix Mercantile Co.
Second Street East, Roundup, Mont.
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Keep smiling, The Fad.
No long waits at Danils' Cafe.
Three barbers at Noble's on Sat
urdays.
Marshall sells McCormick hind
ers and mowers.
Corliss Fairchild will move out
to his homestead west of town this
week.
J. W. Newton is having a sus- j
pension foot bridge built across the i
Musselshell about 1('<) feet below |
the company's bridge at old No. 1. !
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"HAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY"
At CONDON'S
THE MONEY
ON DEPOSIT
AT THIS BANK
is loaned to the people of this vicinity; the
people who wish to improve their homes or
increase their financial interests.
For this reason every depositor of this
bank, no matter how small his balance;
helps in the work of building the enter
prises of the community; helps to increase
property values; helps to make this a better
commercial center, a better market.
Citizens State Bank
w. m. ogle DIRECTORS : geo. d. mills
J. W. NEWTON D. W. SLAYTON C. F. R1CHARD0N
M, R. SWANSON H. 0. BRITTON
The Fad has it.
Get a hammock at The Wonder.
For quick service go to Danils
Cafe.
Dishwasher wanted at the Com
mercial.
Rooming house for rent,
at the Wonder Store.
Apply
White House Teas and Coffees
j ;m ' unexcelled. Bmckert-Kruger
i * u'ocerj A: Meat Co.
| The opening of Brown's Bakery lias
! been delayed, but will positively
take place next Monday.
We can make you a loan on your
city property. Monthly payments.
Montana Land & Investment Co.
Among tlie most loyal rooters
j Twodot has were Miss Helen Lyons
and Miss Margaret Moore, who art'
j both very well known in Roundup.
For soft shirts visit The Fail.
No more breakdowns at the Star.
If it comes from The Fad it must
be good.
Try the "Fp-to-Date" massage.
Try an electric massage at Noble's
barber shop.
Mayer's shoes are always satis
factory, Marshall sells them.
Occident flour at Rruckert-Krue
ger Grocery *Sr Meat Co. Every
sack guaranteed.
Mrs. Hattie J. Russell
and Miss
Bessie Johnston went
Snowies Wednesday.
out to the
Noble, t lie barber.
has nicely
furnished apartments
for two
gentlemen, with hath.
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The ladies of the Congregational
Circle will meet at the church June
29th. All ladies are requested to
be present.
Photos at Fairchild 's.
Lost.—Pocket book containing
about $2 between Gibbtown and
Roundup. Finder please return to
J. W. IT oward and receive reward.
You can get it at The Fad.
Mrs. Sarah McCann ahd Mrs.
Foley returned last evening from
Lewistown where they had been on
a visit.
Three barbers at Noble's
unlays.
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Suits to your me;
Stone A Gradv, Me
Miss l'reat Johnston.who has Ix en
visiting in Lewistown the past
month, returned to Roundup Mon
day evening.
For Sale—One good folding bed
Inquire Record. 9.
Dr. Ada I!. Keller entertained a
few friends at lier home Thursday
afternoon, in honor of Miss Dell
inger of Roseman.
lire that lit —
liant Tailors.
Hamilton Wright, the local land
attorney, left on the Olympian this
morning for White Sulphur Springs
on a few days business trip.
Latest style straw and Panama
hats at Marshall's.
Miss Laura Dunn and Miss
Clara Clarke left last Saturday for
Dillon where they will attend the
summer term at the state normal
school. Roth of the young ladies
will teach in the Roundup schools
m xt year.
We can male
city property.
Montana Land
Th« ladies of
will give a food
you a loan on your
Monthly ; ayments.
V Inv.-'tnient C'o.
the M. E. church
tale of homemade
pies, cakes, ice cream, etc., on Sat
urday (tomorrow) afternoon and
evening in the building north of
The Record ollice formerly occu
pied by the City Meat Market.
Bushnell's silver print map of
Musselshell county, 19x52, for sale
at the Record ollice. $2.50 each.
Mrs. IL B. Nelson, who has been
visiting with lier husband and child
ren here for several weeks, return* !
to her home in Billings Tuesday
She was accompanied on lier rteurn
by her daughter, Bearl, who
just completed her term of school
at Davis, camp No. 4.
Weather for Saturday—Cool,
bracing, refreshing; ditto Hamm's
beer, for sale at The Mint, 5c per
Supt. E. B. Baird of the Roundup
schools announces that the school
library will open at 10:00 o'clock a.
m. on the following dates, at which
time hooks may he returned and
taken out: June 2M, July 7, July 21,
August 4 and IS. It is urged that
patrons of the library take good
care of the books.
For your Sunday dinner get one
of those nice, juicy, tender roasts at
Co.
Senator and Mrs. Clarenr
Tool*
Sunday, coming down to see
ball games. Senator Tooley
most favorably impressed
Roundup, this being his first
here. He said that he was in
glad that he voted for the ere
of Musselshell county last w
and that he had no idea Rou
was the town it is.
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Post Office
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We would like to show you our elegant line of
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For Summer Wear
We feel quite certain t!u: you would find
it just as hard to resist buying as all other
men have, who have seen these new uncom
mon patterns.
COME — TEMPT YOURSELF
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Soft Collared
Shirts
50c to $2.00
Negligee
Shirts
50c to $2.00
V ' 'PS UP-TO-DATE HABERQASh > ,
Three barbers at Noble's on Sat
urdays.
The Fad does not keep nifty
clothing, shoes or hats — they soil
them.
Hamm's Roer, cool and refresh
ing, piped direct from the brewery,
5c per. at The Mhit.
Miss Agnes Ilellinger of Boze
man is visiting at the ranch home
of her cousin, Mr. and Mrs.
George D. Mills
Bill I.ipke and Ralph Evans came
in from tin* Thompson ranch Tues
day after nine shearers who came
in on the midnight Columbian.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. llenninger
were in from Wheaton yesterday to
meet the latter's sister and cousin
who arrived from Chicago for a
visit.
Notice has been received by credi
tors of the New York Bargain store
that a meeting of creditors in Hel
ena on June HOth for the purpose of
declaring and directing the pay
ment of a partial d.vidend upon
their claims.
J. F.Gridley, vice president of
the Roundup Coal Co., and R.
Burns, a prominent sheepman, of
Sheridan, Wyo., arrived here Tues
day. They left again yesterday for
Lewistown accompanied by J. E.
Woodard and Carl N. Thompson in
the latter's automobile.
Special for Saturday and Mon
day only—One-Motion Collapsible
Go-cart $5.50. Childrens' Sulkies
only $1.50. At The Wonder.
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General
Merchan
idise
Groceries

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Dry uoods
Clothing
Shoes
Crockery
Hardware

The kind that satisfies and pleases our
customers
AUUlldl tHrilKI
Roundup's Pioneer Merchant
uiTir
PHONE NO. 65
MAIN STREET
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Get your Clothes cleaned pressed
and repairedat Stone *Vr Grady's.
John 11.Grant, Roundup's popu
lar young contractor, left Tuesday
morning for a short visit at Great
Falls.
Mrs. Sheppard and little daugh
ter came down Monday, going from
here to the Rufus Tompson ranch
for an outing.
Among the Twodot rooters that
came down Sunday for the game
were Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Robertson,
Dr. and Mrs. Tice, and Mr. and Mrs.
"Newt" Hutton. All these people
are well known in Roundup and
they spent the evening after the
game visiting friends about town.
Mrs. F. H. Anderberg and daugh
ter, Marcella, returned Sunday
morning after a three months' ab
sence, Mrs. Anderburg spending a
month at the hospital in Rochester,
Minn., and later visiting her people
at Canton, S. 1). She also attend
ed the Jensvold-Enelioe wedding at
Canton June I 1th.
A peeitliar eoincident happened
'Tuesday of this week ween Bark and
llartly Newton, brothers, were in
jured while handling horses, being
widely separated at the time.
Bark gol tangled in the rone while
leading a hrotte on Halt Breed ereek.
receiving injuries on the lace and
leg. Harley's horse which lie was
riding st eppi'i 1 in a hole on 1'arrot
creek tin'iwing him down with ron
sid< rahlc force, injuring his leg and
arm. The injuries <>i hot!i !>r<»fliers.
however, are not vet y -eridiI
Editor Allen of the Ryegate Re
porter, one >f tin* progressive papers
of Musselshell county published in
the thriving little town in the west
end of the county, was a business
visitor in the city yesterday. Mr.
Allen is a conscientious booster of
his oit y and Musselshell county,and
has done much in bringing Ryegate
into public notice. Hi* was favor
ably impressed with Roundup and
its metropolitan appearance, this
being his first visit to the county
seat.
By falling into a trench dug to
extend the water mains in the
west part of town, Mrs. D. K. Ander
son sustained a broken ankle. The
accident happened about KL'iO
o'clock Monday evening as the lady
accompanied by her husband was re
turning to the hotel from the Grant
residence. It is said that there was
no red light displayed near the
trench where the accident happened
and the city may lie made the de
fendant in a personal damage suit
as a consequence. Mrs. Anderson
was taken into lii Taylor residence
where she was attended to by a phy
sician. being able to return to her
home in the Snowy mountain region
yesterday.
Tacoma, June 22.— Tacoma Rose
Show will open Friday. First an
nual carnival to he observed in
state national guard Armory.
Seattle, June 22.— Work for
many thousand men in Alaska coal
li. Bis. The Baeilic coast furnishes
a market for 1.500.01)0 tons of high
grade coal and coke, exclusive of
that burned by I'nitcd Stales war
ships mi (lie Baeilic coast. This
coal can lie brought from the Alas
kan fields under conditions against
which no other coal llcid in I lie
World cou 1 1 1 compete.

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