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COFFEE
That's tha way you go to business after
you have drunk our coffee, prepared by
Cookie and sweetened by Wifle.
White House" and "Fort Snelling'
COFFEES
25c to 45c per lb.
krueger&Tulgestke
'Phone No. 9
Dr.J. H. Johnston
dentist
Office over the Roundup Drug Store
Rouadup, Montana
THE FAMILY CRY
la folk« freshnen Is a fault; In bread
tt la a virtue.
TRY OUR BREAD AND
. TEST ITS VIRTUE.
5c A LOAF
Roundup Bakery
PHONE 50
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County Maps
BUSHNELL'S
Silver Print Maps
Musselshell County
MUSSELSHELL
OF
Size........................19 x 32
Price, postpaid...........$2.50
% Small 5x9 copy of map
printed on back of Letter
Heads and Advertising Mat
ter at slight additional cost
of original printing :: ::
The Roundup Record
SPARKS
FROM THE WIRE
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,ua * aqu '*' Ecuador, Sept. 2>.
Ihree heavy earth shocks were felt 1
here last night. No damage was
done hut the people were badly
frightened. j
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Maasluis. Netherlands, Sept. 2d.—
The Ho.land Amerika line steamer j
Noordam, * )oun< I from Rotterdam j
for New ^ ork, grounded off \ laard- j
ingen, six miles west of Rotterdam,
during a fog today.
Naples, Sept. 23.—A terrific storm
swept the district around Mount Ve
suvius today causing great loss of
life and damage. Twenty persons
are known to have been killed while
the fate of whole families is in
doubt.
Itidirod, Alaska, Sept. 23.—One
of the boldest highway robberies in
history of Alaska gold shipping oc
curred when a band of masked men
held up Geo, Friend, a Flatcreek
gold miner and a party of armed
guards near Flat City yesterday
morning and took from them a box
containing $35,000 worth of gold
dust.
Colfax, Cal., Sept. 23.—A ram
part of mountain shouldered rap
through the mists this morning and
beat back Aviator RobereG. Fowler
who made an unsuccessful attempt
to scale the Sierras, in resuming his
trans-continental aeroplane (light,
interrupted on September 11 by the
wrecking of his biplane near here.
New York, Sept. 23 L—Heavy
liquidation in copper weakened it
today. Under London's lead, Wall
street market opened with a mod
erate resumption of the rally of the
previous day. United States Steel
suffered runs of three and one-eight,
points. The reaction is not marked
in active railroad stock, aside from
the Union Pacific, which dropped'
two points.
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Madrid, Sept. 23.—General order
is being maintained throughout the
country. The number of strikers
is diminishing and general strike
declared yesterday anpears to have
failed. Late last night Premier
j Canalejas announced to the press
that the strike is over everywhere.
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Colfax, Cal., >ept. 2o. Undis
mayed l,y the failure of the engines
j to drive him over the Sierra Nevada
: today. Fowler will make a second
attempt to cross the range at sun
j rise tomorrow. His aeroplane this
j afternoon was equipped with a more
j powerful engine. Fowler is confi
dent that the barrier will he left he
hind inside of twenty-four hours.
j New York, Sept. 23.—Captain
Paul W. Rack proposes to make
two flights daily, carrying about
20,000 letters each day, He will take
them from the field to some post
office on Long Island or to Gover
nor's island from where the mail
will he transferred to the regular pos
tal routes and forward to its destin
ation. Postmaster General Hitch
cock has announced that he would
witness this aerial delivery on Mon
day.
SWEET!
Certainly*. We don't deny it. But
have yo* ever tasted oar candies,
ice cream sodas and sandaes?
YOU CANT BEGIN TOO SOON.
LEWIS GANDY KITCHEN
FORMERLY KAMSELL'S
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Sedalia, Mo., Sept. 23.—Car
; shopmen on the Missouri Kansas
I aru l Texas railroad, througout the
j entire system, struck today because
I the company refused to grant a
joint conference with the men of the
two systems north and south the
I Red river, regarding working condi
tions. Fifteen hundred men in all
are said to be out. Four have hung
: out at the local shops.
Denver, Sept. 23.—Charles Good
row, age 17, and Roy Kennedy,
aged 13, were killed this afeernoon
when they were buried under tons
of sand in a cave. They were en
gaged in screening sand, and had
dug too far under the- sand bank.
Both were dead when the rescue
party removed the sand.
New York, Sept. 23.—The week
in the stock market vras replete
with exciting events. Rumors of
federal action against the industrial
corporation, especially the Interna
tional Harvester company and the
United States Steel corporation, re
sulted in tremendous selling move
ment, particularly in the steel issues
which sent the preferred and com
mon downward to the lowest prices
recorded in- more than two years.
It is officially admitted thaï the
Harvester company is in prepress
of reorganization, hut so far as could
he learned negotiations looking to
a dissolution of the corporotion are
not yet contemplated.
Nore Earthquakes.
Cordova, Sept. 23.—The earth
quake felt throughout the Copper
region Thursday night, caused no
damage other than the breaking of
dishes and the alarm of the people.
Two shocks were felt, the first com
ing at 8 o'clock (Central Alaska
time) and lasting fifteen seconds.
Another slight movement came at
9:40. The first movement caused
buildings to rock and sent dishes
crashing to the floor. Alaska build
ings are of type well calculated to
withstand an earthquake.
Reciprocity Forgotten.
Chicago, Sept. 23.- Reciprocity
fireworks in the wheat market did
not show today as much as even a
glimmer, A gallery full of specta
tors on change here saw only such
excitment as an ordinary week-end
session affords. In sharp contrast
with yesterday, when millions of
bushels changed hands, with priets
fluctuating rapidly, the market this
morning acted as steady as a dray
horse and appeared to have no
more memory of reciprocity than of
Julius Ceasar.
Although the wheat market today
touched the highest point of the
seaton, the scare oyer the rejection
of reciprocity was.apparently at an
end. Transactions on the whole
were of a humdrum sort with the
close steady, at a moderate advance
of 4 b», J above last night. Corn
finished unchanged to 3e lower;
oats up èc to èc, and provisions
dearer by 24c to 15.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN
The seL swi, net sei, si sei,
section 29, township 26 north,
range 25, E. W. M., containing 160
acres. All fenced; 120 acres are
broken; 40 acres summer fallowed
and ready for crop next year; school
bouse on the place; two and one
half miles south of Byron and four
miles east of Withrow on the Great
Northern; house on place, also 15
tons of hay. This place is located
right in the heart of the Wenatchee
Valley, famous for its excellent
fruit and can easily be made into a
fine fruit ranch. A bargain if taken
at once, Inquire of E. J. Bettner
at Record office.
THE WORLD DOES MOVB.
For many years science has been
îompeüed to depend upon peroxide
of hydrogen, although it is a weak
antiseptic and will keep but a short
time But tire world moves and since
:he discovery of Bentol, at the Uni
versity of Minnesota, peroxide and
ill -i -dar preparations are being laid
on the «shelf by surgeons and physi
•inns Benetol has a hundred more
u»e« than peroxide and poisonous an
tiseptics It is so permanent that in
• hundred years it would be as potent
as when first bottled. Benetol is sav
ing lives every day, and should be
kept at hand for every emergency.
Have vour druggist order from Great
Falls Drug Co.
8 Through
Electric-Lighted
Transcontinental
Flyers
East and W est every day over the
"Pioneer Line
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r Service that sets the
pace between the head of the
Great Lakes, Upper Mississippi
\ alley. North Pacific Coast and
Columbia Rivet* basin.
6,300 Miles of Scenic
Highway Through
the Land of Fortune
Over which, for 30 years, the Pioneer
Line has been handling the traffic of the
fertile and Prosperous Northwest.
A Good Line to Tie To
i. E. SPURUNG, Gn.nl Ami, King.
V. H. MEMIMAN. D. F. * P. A, »st. B.tt.
E~ I RICHARDS, Gn.nl A,nt, Helm.
A. M. C LE LAND, Gn.nl Pannen Atnt, St. Pnl
Northern Pacific Ry.
Buy Lumber
Where Lumber Grows
That's Where It's Cheapest
Build Now and save money through our
low prices on lumber.
Everything in lumber for that House,
Barn, Fence, Outbuilding, direct from mill
to YOU.
Our system of selling for cash enables
us to price everything in sash, doors and
lumber at the very lenvest figures and we will
convince you of this if your hill of material
is sent to us for quotations.
Takes hut a postage stamp to learn
what we can save you.
WE SHIP EVERYWHERE TO EVERYBODY
SHAW-WELLS CO.
Address Dept. "L.'
SPOKANE.
So. 213 Washington St.
WASHINGTON
RECORD WANT ADS
lc the Word
$6.50 Roundup
To
Helena and Return
= Account —■ - 1 —
HELENA STATE FAIR
Tickst, m Sale
September 23rd to 30th, Inclusive.
Return Limit October 2nd, 1911
SIMILAR LOW RATES FROM MANY OTHER POINTS
A beautiful Silver Cup presented by the
Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound Rail
way will be awarded as a prize for the best
winter wheat grown in the state and ex
hibited at the State Fair. :: :: ::
Further information Relative to Train Service Will Be
Gladly Furnished by
C K. CLARKE, Ticket Agt.
The Chicago, Milwau
kee & Puget Sound
Railway.
ROUNDUP, MONTANA
Cm. W. Httma, Cm. Pas. Agt, SmHla, Weak

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