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CKINDUP LOCAL zJIND PERSONAL | >♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Winter seed rye, at Wall's. Suits Suits Suits—Fad Fad Fad. Try the "Up-to-Date" massage. F. C. Martin, the insurance man, is here this week. Shoes shoes shoes—Fad Fad Fad. Eva M. Harding, of Sumatra, was in the city Tuesday. Best of furnished rooms with hath, above Noble's Barber Shop. Our druggist is registered. Bring in your prescriptions, Corner Drug Store. Every sack of Five Roses Flour is guaranteed. For sale at Mar shall's. Buy your harnesses at an exclu sive harness shop. Weinhold's Harness Shop. Postmaster Schrump left yester day for Lawton, N. D., where he will look after the threshing on his ranches near that place. 25% discount given on all finished family washings. American Steam Laundry Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goffena were in from Fattig yesterday. While here Mr. GofTena filed on a home stead before U. S. Commissioner Tyler. FOR SALE.—Singer sewing ma chine in good order. $15. The Fairchild Studio. The biggest bunch of mail ever received by the local postoffice on any one train was that from the noon Olympian today. There were 22 sacks in all. American Lady and American Gentleman Shoes at Hendrix Mer cantile Co., 2nd Street. The 2 Miracle concrete gangs were compelled to lay off yesterday morning at 10 o'clock on account of a shortage of cement. It will be several days before they can return to work. Mrs. Baker of this city last week received a sample of gold dust from her husband near Bozeman. The dust was found on Mr. Baker's ranch in the new gold district in the Gallatin valley. "MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY" At CONDON'S For Handling Household Accounts handling them in a systematic manner, keeping accu rate tab on your living expense no other plan is so reliable and so easy to care for as paying all bills by checks. In this way you get a complete record showing the amount, the date and to whom paid. You also get a legal receipt. This record and receipt makes it very easy to adjust any dispute over payments made. YOUR household account is none too small nor too large to receive the same careful attention and protection we give to regular commercial ac counts. Citizens State Bank w. m. ogle DIRECTORS : geo. d. mills J. W. NEWTON 0. W. SUTTON C. F. RICHARDON M. R. SWANSON H. 0. BRITTON >♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Get a sheep lined coat at Wall's. Shirts shirts shirts—Fad Fad Fad. go to For the best tonsorial work Noble's. In Furnished rooms with bath, quire at Noble's Barber Shop. The Emerson Disc Plow is the most durable; Marshall sells it. Mr. and Mrs. Williams, of Flat willow, were in the city last Satur day. Read Newton Hdw. & Imp. Co's, ad on the last page—it will interest you. J. M. Johnson, of Lewistown, was a visitor in the city several days last week. Case's Bowling Alley will open for the season Saturday (tomorrow) night. Mr. and Mrs. Lipke were in from the Rufus Thompson ranch last Saturday. Orders taken for wedding, party and birthday cakes at the Mussel shell Bakery. 24tf Mrs. Geo. McCleary and daugh ter, Susie, came up from Mussel shell Tuesday for a visit with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Walter Scott. Read Newton Hdw. & Imp. Co's, ad on the last page—it will interest you. E. E. Snelling. the well known horseman from Musselshell, was greeting friends in the city Sunday. Mr. Snelling now has a tie contract with the railroad company which is keeping him busy now days. Furnished rooms with baths for gentlemen for rent; $10 per month. See Noble. C. L. Yarnell, a homesteader on the Flatwillow bench, left last Fri day evening on the Olympian for his old home in Burminghan. Iowa where he will visit for several months. He will return about Jan uary 1st with a shipment of stock for his ranch. Try the American Steam Laundry prices right and we treat you right. We guarantee our work to be satisfactory. Willis M. Fisher, one of the substantial ranchers north of town, was a visitor in the city last Satur day. His crop this year yielded 15 bushels of wheat, 7 bushels of flax and 20 of oats to the acre. He has 27 acres in winter wheat for next year. is Pants pants pants—Fad Fad Fad. Home-made bread at the Mussel shell Bakery. 24tf Mr. and Mrs. Anderson were up from Musselshell Tuesday, The Musselshell Bakery makes a specialty of Wme cakes. Try them. Albert W. Gales, of Lewistown, was registered at the Johnson Tues day. All kinds of harnesses and sad dlery supplies at Weinhold's Har ness Shop. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Dralle and Mrs. Hayne went to Broadview last Saturday. Father A. Mueller returned last evening from a trip to points on the B. & N. Jameson C& Dusenbery, Lawers general law and land office prac tice. Main street, Roundup Mrs. Theo. Schmitz has leased the St. Paul Dining Rooms, form erly conducted by her. The change was made Sunday. Gentlemen, we want your busi ness. Fad Fad Fad. A subscription was taken up last week to buy a ticket to send Tom Moen, a consumptive who cannot long survive to the home of his brother. If it is a prescription look for the Red Cross, Blair's Drug Store. While at the Helena state fair last week Harry B. Thompson of this place ate dinner with the late aviator Cromwell Dixon who met his death in a flight at Spokane Tuesday. Special attention given to mail orders at Wall's. For leaving open a gate on the public highway between Roundup and Lavina A. H. Bell was fined $1.00 and costs by Judge Webb yesterday. N C. Williams was the complainant. Pinsetter wanted. H. I. Case <fe Pinsetter wanted. H. I. Case <fe Co. The state venernarian who inspect ed the herd of milch cows of Henry Willis last week found only one out of forty cows infected with tu berculosis. The infected cow was condemned and killed. Clothes cleaned and pressed. Phone 129. Stone & Grady. The Midland Concert Com pany which o c c u p i e d the boards at the Star Theatre last Mon day evening under the auspices of the ladies of the Catholic church delighted a large audience. Espec ially delightful were the numbers by Sarah Ruth Bates, reader, who was with the same company here last year. Gentlemen, when buying nifty clothing, shoes or hats don't go to a hardware store. Hon. Dan W. Slayton was down from Lavina yesterday as witness in a justice case before Judge Webb. Dan has just about recovered from his recent automobile accident al tho he is still a little stiff. As a pioneer and one who ought to know, Dan predicts twenty more days of fine weather for the month of Oc tober. Our underwear department is over flowing with bargains. The Fad. J. W. Harlan, genera 1 traveling I auditor of the Consolidated Adjust- i ment Co., of Chicago, was a busi- ] ness visitor in the city for a short ' time yesterday. Mr. Harlan was i very much taken up with the pros-! permis appearance of our city, and j expressed himself as having every! confidence in it becoming one of the most important cities in the! state. He commented very favor-! able on our new sidewalks, and said ; that very few new towns could boast ! of as many up-to-date improve- ; ments as Roundup has. F. C. Ro bertson, also connected with the I above company, has been here all week working up business for his I company. This company is said | to be one of the most efficient col lection bureaus in the country and will follow a debtor to the end of world and then, if necessary, collect what he owes at the rate of 10 cents, or whatever he is capable of paying, per week. p. S Photos at Fairchild's. Sock"? socks socks—Fad Fad Fad. See the Emerson light draft Disc Plow at Marshall's. Take your prescriptions to the Corner Drug Store. Large furnished room for rent. Inquire at The Record office Mrs. N. R. McDonald left Tues day for Larimore. N. D., for an ex tended visit. Try an electric massage at Noble's barber shop. A marriage license was issued last week to John \V. Mode and Maud A Howell, both of Broad view. Get a can of Chase & Sanborn Coffee at Wall's. Mrs. S. H. Stambaugh arrived last Saturday from Wibaux, Mont., for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Frank P. Baird. For ail kinds of baking goods— Musselshell Bakery. 24tf. H. E. Marshall has secured the agency for the celebrated Emerson line of plows, and will carry the full line instock in the future. Hiawatha canned fruit and vege tables at Wall's. Harry B. Thompson returned Mon lav from Helena Mrs. Thomp son who attended the state fair with him stopped off at Logan for a vis it with her folks before returning to Roundup. latxl ÏMes Services at the Different Churches and Other Kindred Announcements Methodist Episcopal Church. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Subject of sermon: "A Witness Bearing Church." Evening wor ship at 7:30. Subject of sermon. "The Young Man Absalom." Sun day school at 10 a. 111 . Subject of lesson. "The Life-Giving Stream." There is a class for everyone. Come and spend and hour each Sunday in the study of God's Holy Word. The Epworth League meets at 0:45 Topic: "The Christian's Emancipation." Rom. 8:1-0; 0:08, 22. All young people and others interested in young people arc in vited to attend. Frayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Choir practice Saturday it S p. m. Your Selection OF THE RIGHT STORE To do your trading is important and a matter that should not be passed over Itghtly. 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 COMPLETE I iNE OF K General Merchandise Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing Gents' furnishings, Shoes, Hats Crockery and Hardware THE STORE YOU SHOULD SELECT AUGUST SCHRUMP Roundup's Pioneer Merchant PHONE NO. 65 MAIN STREET It £ Try Five Roses flour; you will like it; at Marshall's. Attorney V. D. Dusenbery return ed Monday from a trip to Iowa. Washington, Oct. 4.—Late this afternoon the Transcontinental rail wav filed in the commerce court bills attaining the Interstate Com merce Commission orders, and ask ing for an injunction restraining the order from going into effect. Constantinople, Oct., 5.—Great difficulty is being encountered by the new grand vizor in forming a cabinet which he realizes must be strong enough to cope with task of restoration. The delay makes the outlook for an early close of the war more dubious as public senti ment against the possession of Tripoli is growing strong. W. F. Strait spent Sunday in Roundup. Wallace Strait returned home Sunday morning. Steve Makacoff went up to the county seat on Tuesday's local. The season has certainly passed away very quickly this year. We have had a very busy time till around. The rain has made it bad for those people who are just getting their threshing done in the neigh borhood. Everybody is very busy just now putting in fall grain, and getting in their garden supplies. Miss Flossie Wilson left last Fri day for Sioux City, Iowa, to begin lier work in the hospital as a train ed nurse having graduated this sum mer. She spent her vacaction with her mother and family on Fattig creek. i * 4» The Lad Likes His Breakfast Food. Everybody Inis his favorite brand of cereal; and we cater to everybody. We Are the Favorite Grocers, because we keep the favorite groveries of our customers. Our slock is complete. We have the larges trade, and that is why we can afford to sell for LOWER PRICES thm you will find elsewhere. «v* H. E. Marshall, ROUNDUP MONTANA THE First National Bank OF ROUNDUP, MONTANA CAPITAL and SURPLUS $ 30,000 "The Busy Bank of the Musselshell Valley" OFFICERS A. A. MORRIS, Pretideat M. M. KLEIN, Vice Preiident H. P. LAMBERT, CuKier Dealt» »aid on all priacipal cities of .the world WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS You Haven't Been Photographed Since the Year You Were ^Married ! tiring the family and lot us nmkc mi Artistic group. The Fairchild Studio Hunters Take Notice. We the undersigned warn persons under • the penal Ity of law not to hunt. shout , fish, or in any other way tresp: iss on the property owned oe cupie d or i •out rolled by us. We will r eport to I >ach other at any time anyone fe um« 1 trespassing on hind owned 1 or controlled by any of us. George Bachnu in Ed. Goffena A. Geo. Walke r Geo. SpendilT. Three harhers at Noble's Barber Shop every Saturday beginning Sat urday, Si pt. 9th.