Newspaper Page Text
j Tit LOCAL î j ROUNDÜP j j LOCAL c_Â ND PERSONAL ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Photos at Fairchild 's. Roundup—the home of The Fad and "Happy." C. W. McLean was up from Mus selshell last Saturday. Mrs. A. Belcher came down from Irene last Saturday for a short visit in the county seat city. Jameson C&» Dusenbery, Lawers general law and land office prac tice. Main street, Roundup W. F. Klinsing, a rancher from the vicinity of the town of Winnett, was visiting in Roundup last Satur day. Mining Engineer C. F. Brenn left Wednesday for Chicago after spend ing a week here in his official ca pacity. The Ladies Circle of the Congre gational church had a picnic meet ing at the country home of Mrs. Fairchild Thursday, going in the morning and spending the day. F. A. Bacon, a well known Moore rancher, is in the county jail at Lewistown for shooting Tom Jones at the Bacon ranch near Moore Sun day evening. His son, Allie, is al so held pending the result of .Tones' wound. General Supt. W. W. Taylor left Friday mtiming for Chicago after a few weeks' visit here. He was ac companied by his daughter. Mrs. A. C. Godfrey and little girl, who have been guests of Mrs. A. A. Mor ris. The Record sent out statements this week to subscribers who are in arrears, and would greatly appreci ate an early remittance from all those receiving statements. This paper desires to clear up all sub scription accounts within the next thirty days. An involuntary petition in bank ruptcy against Preston B. Moss, president of the insolvent First Na tional hank of Billings, and promi nent in many other Billings institu tions, was filed in the federal court at Helena last week. The return date has been fixed on September 18. The Junior Patrol of Boy Scouts went out for a trip Wednesday. Custer Park, Harold Powers and Cecil Parks passed the test for building a fire with no more than two matches. Cecil Parks won the honors, having his fire built first with hut one match. Supper with spuds and corn roasted in the fire was eaten around the camp fire on the river bank. The Juniors will make another trip next week. "HAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY" mM-NiN At CONDON'S WHAT IS YOUR REASON For not having a Bank Account? The question is a business one. You earn money, have an income and every owner of an income, no matter how small it may be, has use for a Bank Account. If you have given much thought to the problem of accumulating something for the future you realize that a good, serviceable Banking Connection is an es sential factor in carrying your financial plans through to success. Therefore you are interested, vitally in terested in securing this serviceable Banking Con nection as soon as you can. This bank is in position to help you and we will be glad to have you identify yourself with us. Citizens State Bank w. m. ogle DIRECTORS : geo. d. mills J. W. NEWTON D. W. SLAYTON C. F. RICHARDON M, R. SWANSON H. 0. BRITTON The postoffice is next door- to The Fad. Home-made bread at the Mussel shell Bakery. 24tf H. B. Samuel was in from Wheat on Monday. Frank Tripp of Missoula was in town Wednesday. Best of furnished rooms with hath, above Noble's Barber Shop. G. Jones of Melstone was a busi ness visitor in the city Monday. Gust Lind of Lewistown was registered at the Commercial Hotel Wednesday. The new addition to the County Sheriff's resident was completed this week. "University Brand" Groceries, the best money can buy.—Hendrix Mercantile Co. A. W. Eiselein left for Miles City Tuesday night, returning Wednes day night. The carpenters are in the Fad store making several changes on the inside of that popu lar place. Immigration Agent Jno. H. Firey of Aberdeen, S. 1). was in town with several land men Wednesday and yesterday. II. I. C ase & Co. are having their bowling alley remodeled this week. They expect to have it in first class condition in about two weeks. The Dozois boys celebrated their ninth birthday last Wednesday by taking their girls to the picture show, Miss Reynold and Miss Sneddon. W. G. Porter of Aberdeen and J. O. Tyler of Bowman, N. I), were in town Wednesday and yesterday. They were here looking over the surrounding country with a view of locating here. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lockridge, near the Snowy mountains were in town several days this week. Mr. Lockridge, who is a newspaper man, at one time editor of the Har lowton paper, has bought the Mel stone Mirror plant. He will start publishing the defunct Mirror again in a short time. Editor Lockridge is confident that he will he able to secure enough support from the business men of Melstone to justify this venture. Here's hoping that he will meet with abundant success. Albert Paisley, post office inspect or from Bozeman was in town Tues day of this week. While speaking to The Record man he said, "I find that the Roundup Post Office is one of the best conducted offices in the state of Montana. Mr. Sehrump keeps the postal business in such good order that it takes but a short time for me to complete my work here. If all the post offices in my territory were conducted on the same strict business principles like this office I would find a great dif ference in my work." î j B^rt Potter of Harlowton was in the city Monday. Take your prescriptions to the Corner Drug Store. Carl A. Paulson of Wheaton was in Roundup yesteiday. W. F. Strait of Pelphia was in town several days this week, î The Musselshell Bakery makes a i specialty of Wine cakes. Try them. : J. M. Johnson came down from j Lewistown Monday on business. ! F. Gillner of Lewistown was a I business visitor in Roundup Tues- 1 day. The Halfbreed Shee p Co. shipped its sheep from Musselshell yester day. Our druggist is registered. Bring in your prescriptions. Corner Drug! 8tore. 4. R. Loveland and wife from Harlowton were visitors in Round up Sunday. John J. Ballard of Lewistown was registered at the Johnson Ho tel Tuesday. Gertude Sheflington of Mussel shell was registered at the Johnson Hotel Sunday. R. Burns a prominent sheepman from Sheridan, Wyo., was a visitor in the city this week. Bruce Radigan, the Fad man, spent Sunday at White Sulphur Springs. He returned Monday. Frank Doran, the automobile man from Lewistown, was in town transacting business yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Shaw left last week for Butte where they will make their home for the winter. County Assessor Park returned Monday from a visit to Melstone and the country north ofthat point. A shoe to be proud of—the Amer ican Lady and American Gentle man Shoes—Hendrix Mercantile Co. Sheriff Fisco was out to the Brown ranch n< rth of town yester day holding a sheriff's sale on some wheat. Mrs. Dugan and Mrs. Ilingeveld will entertain the Ladies' Aid at the Methodist church Thursday after noon, Sept. 28. W. N. Sudduth, of Billings, the well known agriculturist and dry farming advocate, is a visitor in the city today. The Calvary Church Guild will meet with Mrs. Albertson next Thursday afternoon at two o'clock. All members are requested to be present. H. J. Fletter started work on a residence for V. D. Dusenbery on Third street west. this week. It is a neat story and a half cottage, w h i c h w i 11 a p p ro x i m a t e 1 y c os t $ 1 - r )00. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Baird, father and mother of Dr. Baird of Klein and Frank P. Baird of this place, arrived last Saturday from Penn sylvania for a short visit with their sons here. N. Rousseau, father of Ed. Rous seau, sales agent of the Roundup Coal Mining Co., visited with the latter the first of the week. He left again Tuesday on a trip to Seattle and other western points. The plasterers finished work in the Fashion Store Wednesday. In a few days the damage done by the recent fire will have been re paired and everything will be in readiness for the Fashion Store to again reopen. Although a good many sportsmen having been out duck hunting since the season opened, the usual "big duck hunt stories" have been sur prisingly few. Ducks are not very numerous yet, but they expected to be plentiful a little later in the sea son. IL H. Turritten, of the toundup Drug Co., will leave for Miles City tomorrow. There are supicious rumors regarding his visit at that place, but at the present time The Record will refrain from any further comments, with the exception of ; hoping that the rumors will prove true. Roundup sent a lively delegation representing the "Miracle of the Musselshell." at the Festival. They were A. Baker, attorney of the Mir acle; F. M. Wall, the biggest busi ness man in the Miracle; M. M. Klein, commissioner of the Miracle; F. W. Dralle, A. A. Morris, K. E. Park, all Miracles, afnd L. J. Fisco, sheriff, who took care of the Mira cles.—Ryegate Reporter. Raymond, Sept. 21.—A. J. Din gle, 85 years old, an engineer em ployed by the Pacific & Eastern Ry., was instantly killed late yes terday afternoon by striking his head against a bridge while leaning out of the cab of his engine. His body was picked up a few minutes later by the train crew. Dingle worked for a number of years out of St. Paul on the Chicago & Great Western and for five years out of Missoula on the Northern Pacific where he was married about eight months ago. : j ! I 1 SAVE. MONEY! Buy School At All T) 1 the books Courty Depository for Schoo! Gooks BLAIRS Drug+Store Blair's Drug 8tore is the County Depository for school books. For ail kinds of baking goods— Musselshell Bakery. 24tf. Furnished rooms with baths for gentlemen for rent; $10 per month. See Noble. S. Lambert from Belgrade, Mont ana was a business visitor in the city yesterday. Miss Preat Johnson went out to her ranch in the Snowy Mountain region last Saturday. American Lady and American Gentleman Shoes at Hendrix Mer cantile Co., 2nd Street. A banquet was spread in Danil's Cafe last night in honor of H. H. Turritten by a number of his friends. Mrs. Tin o. F. Archer has been seriously ill the past week. She is greatly improved at this writing. John Farrington, who has been working at No. J as a machine .nan left for his home in Illinois this week Wednesday. Bert Potter is now selling Harlow ton Hour and is meeting with splen did success. He resigned his posi tion with the Butte Produce Co., for which company he had been traveling for the past year or so. New York, Sept. 21.—The Con struction News gives details of the plans of a Boston architect to erect a building 100 stories high in this city. It will be 1500 feet high from sidewalk to flagpole and contain .">800 offices. Mrs. C. Jensvold. mother of Mrs. F. H. Anderberg and the Jensvold boys, and Mrs. O. J. Enebo, mother of Mrs. Alfred Jensvold, arrived on the Olympian this morning from Canton, S. D., for an extended visit with their friends and relatives. New York, Sept. 21.—Selling of U. S. Steel again unsettled the stock market today. The stump in these shares yesterday and reports that Voluntary dissolution of the corporation was contemplated re sulted in the receipt of selling or dérs from all parts of the country and prices gave away rapidly. New York, Sept. 21.—Abe Attcl, featherweight champion, gave away to much weight to Matt Wells, a husky 1 .'>5 pounder from other side New York last nigl and lost the popular decision in a ten round bout. Neither man was damaged but the popular verdict was that Wells bad the better of the mill. Your Selection OF THE RIGHT STORE To do your trading is important and a matter that should not be passed over ltghtly. It means much to you-first, a sav ing of money; second, full value for your money; and third, the satisfaction that comes with the knowledge that you have been treated fair and square. li°ne P of te General Merchandise Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing Gents' Furnishings, Shoes, Hats Crockery and Hardware THE STORE YOU SHOULD SELECT AU6USÏ SCHRIMP Roundup's Pioneer Merchant PHONE NO. 65 MAIN STREET" I ry the Ip-to-Date" massage. Your neejl is our creed. The Fad. For the best tonsorial work go to Noble's. i Clothes Cleaned and pressed. Phone 129. Stone & Grady. Orders taken for wedding, party and birthday cakes at the Mussel shell Bakery. 241 f Alex Thompson came up from Gage on tlie Olympian this morn ing. W. L. Tillman and Stanly Collins came up from Musselshell on the Columbian last night. New seats are being put into the court room of the Musselshell County Court house here. This is a greatly needed improvement. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pyles, Mrs. Geo. Powers and Earl Reid left Tuesday for Missoula where they are attending the Masonic Grand Lodge, and Grand Chapter of the Eastern StarJ Work is being pushed right along on the concrete sidewalks. Super intendent O'Neil says that they will complete work on their present con tract within four weeks, making in all six weeks to finish the entire work. He however thinks that they will have enough other contracts to keep them busy until the snow (lies. Colorado Springs, Colo., Sept. 21.—Slaughtered in their beds as they slept, siji persons three of them little children fell victims to the bloodlust of sbme unknown enemy or murderous maniac in this city either Sunday^ night or early Mon day morning. They were brained with an axe all they lay in their beds and their heads were chopped and crushed beyoitd recognition. Ad joing residences in the outskirts of the city were the scene of the dia bolical crime Which did not come to light until à neighbor discovered the bodies yesterday afternoon. i Handy Things to Have Round the House are the kind of tools and utensils most people have daily use for. ! We Have Tools that make people good citizens and keep them in good humor. Those —v who haven't them when they are needed get into the swear luihit. That's why we do a good deed every time we sell tools. Our stoek is large and you can't buy them cheaper from others. ! H. E. MARSHALL; ^ %s% %/%. ■%. v£ THE OF ROUNDUP, MONTANA CAPITAL and SURPLUS $ 30,000 'The Busy Bank of the Musselshell Valley" OFFICERS A. A. MORRIS, President M. M. KLEIN, Vice President H. P. LAMBERT, Cashier Drafts sold on all principal cities ofjthe world WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS $0.84 Market Report of the Roundup Elevator Co. KOUNIHU', MONT., SEPT. 22 nd, 15)11 No. 1 Hard Wheat Sprint..... ' 1 1 Northern ................ " I Turkey Red Winter ... " 2 ...... 1 Western .............. 2 " .............. " I Durum Wheat " 2 " " 1 Fla* .................. " 2 " ................... " I White Oats New CWT. " 2 ........... MiiedOats ................... Mailing Barley Feed Barley.................. I. M. Bunn, Mgr.