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ROUNDUP i ♦ LOCAL c AND PERSONAL The for the Fhoee shoes shoes—Fad Fad Fad. Best oi furnished rooms with hath, above Noble's Barber Shop. Mrs. J. P. Harden returned yester day from a visit at Harlowton. Our druggist is registered. Bring in your prescriptions, Comer Drug Store. Buy your harnesses at an exclu sive harness shop. Weinhold's Harness Shop. The 2 Miracle Concrete Corporation 'will be thru with their present con tract next week. 25% discount given on all finished family washings. American Steam Laundry k ° Krueger & Tulgestke's new store house on Firet street west is com pleted. FOR SALE.—Singer sewing ma chine in good order. $15. The Fairchild Studio. American Lady and American Gentleman Shoes at Hendrix Mer cantile Co., 2nd Street. Dean Parkinson arrived this morn ing from Meistone for a visit with his brother, County Surveyor E. J. Park inBon. Pinsetter wanted. Co. H. I. Case & Mrs. Petri and little daughter re turned to their home in Martinsdale this morning after a two weeks' visit with Mrs. H. E. Marshall. Clothes cleaned and pressed. Phone 129. Stone & Grady. —o— Mrs. C. H. Tyler and Mre. C. G. Rocke left this morning for Martin3 -dale where they will go to the Savre on the north fork of the Musselshell for a visit. The Ladies Aid Society of the M. E. church will serve a ten cent lunch eon at the home of Mrs. Herman Seitzinger on Friday afternoon, Oc tober 20th, from 2:30 to 5:00. All ladies are cordially invited. 'HAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY" At CONDON'S Â Help ful Service is what we offer the people of Roundup and vicinity. A service that means something to each and every one of our customers—a real Bank Service, Each and every customer gets the benefit of our equipment for protection and safe-guarding of his money; the benefit of our facilities for the transacting of his financial affairs; and, on request, our very best advise on business matters and investments. This service will prove of value to \ OU, why not open an account with us now and take advan tage ot if. Citizen s State Bank w. m. ogle DIRECTORS : geo. d. mills J. W. NEWTON D. W. SUTTON C. F. RICHARDON M, R. SWANSON H. 0. BRITTON The place for the hungry—Danils Cafe. Marshall sells the Retort Oak heater without an equal. -the Yesterday was a legal holiday, Columbus Day, being observed by the postoflice and the local banks. Carl N. Thompson returned Monday from a business trip to Great Falls and Lewistown. He was gone a week. Try an electric massage at Noble's barber shop. Postmaster August Schrump re turned from North Dakota yesterday. He says the crops on his ranch near Lawton, N. D., was fair this year. Our underwear department is over flowing with bargains. The Fad. Notice has been received at Lavina that Township 9, range 21 e, north of that place, will be surveyed this fall. —o— Gentlemen, when buying nifty clothing, shoes or hats don't go to a hardware store. Attorney and Mrs. W. C. Husband of Harlowton, were in the city for a short visit Monday. Rev. L. A. Lippitt attended the an nual conference of he Montana Con gregational churches held at Laurel last week. He will make a report Sunday. Go to Marshall's for your Furnit ure. You will find a good assortment at moderate prices. Harlowton haB a murder case. The body of Wm. Brockhoff was found Monday morning, October 2nd, wih a wound on the nose. A man by the name of Collier is held for the crime. Kirk A. Laing, is the acknowledged "Spud King'' of Musselshell county. He has some samples of his tubers on display at Sam Glenn's barber shop and they are sure prize winners. He had in ten acres this year which yielded him about 100 bushels to the acre. At the price they are selling at the crop will net Kirk pretty nice re turns. —o— The place for the hungry—Danils Cafe. —o— Geo. M. Stone, president of the Lewistown-Billings Mutual Tele phone company, was a visitor in the city several days his week, leaving yesterday for his home in Lewistown. This was Mr. Stone's first visit to Roundup for over a year and he was agreeably surprised at the many im provements made in the "Miracle of the Musselshell" since he was here last. Photos at Fairchild 's. Pants pants pants—Fad Fad Fad —o— We lead, others follow—Danils Cafe. Take your prescriptions to the Comer Drug Store. George Hudson waB down from Straw several days this week. See Marshall's Plush and Fur lined Overcoats before you buy. Furnished rooms with bath, quire at Noble's Barber Shop. In Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carleton were down from Lewistown Tuesday. Large furnished room for rent. Inquire at The Record office. Three barbers at Noble's Barber Shop every Saturday beginning Sat urday, Sept. 9th. The Ladies Circle of the Congrega tional church will meet next week with Mrs. E. J. Parkinson. Sock? socks socks—Fad Fad Fad. We never have a complaint from Mayer's Shoes—that's the reason we we sell them—Marshall's. Jameson C& Dusenbery, Lawers general law and land office prac tice. Main street. Roundup Try the American Steam Laundry prices right and we treat you right. We guarantee our work to be satisfactory. Fresh oysters at Danils Cafe. The Young Peoples Society of the Lutheran church will meet at the court house next Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Everybody invited. Fresh oysters at Danils Cafe. E. Omer, proprietor of the Fashion Store, is making arrangements to oc cupy the building vacated by the Cozy Cafe. He expects to be ready to open up in a short time. All kinds of harnesses and sad dlery supplies at Weinhold's Har ness Shop. —O—— Rep. W. W. Berry of Missoula, was in the city Tuesday in connection with the delivering of the transcrib ed records of Fergus and Meagher counties. We lead, others follow—Danils Cafe. —o— LOST—One black mare 7 years old, weight about 1350, branded A—K on right shoulder, small urpture on right side. Finder return to I. G. Madden Flatwillow, and receive liberal re ward. , , j „ —o— Suits Suits Suits—Fad Fad Fad. —o— County Surveyor Parkinson return ed Wednesday noon from Melstone where he surveyed the site for the new bridge which will span the Mus selshell at that point. —o— Shirts shirts shirts—Fad Fad Fad. —o— The Grand Cafe will reopen tomor row morning, preparations for the opening having been under way all week. Numerous improvements have T>et n mud ß in iie dining room and the place presents a very neat appear ance. - 'O v,. -—O— ... _ Furnished t'ôAins with baths fö? gentlemen for rent: $10 per month See Noble. ibout twenty of the Epworth iguers and their friends took ad i tage of the glorious moonlight •nings to have a marshmallow st Monday night. After a walk ot nit two miles, they built a fire and de coffee and had sandwiches and sted marshmallows to the enjoy nt of all. A very good time was 1, and every one said they would there "next time." Try the "Up-to-Dats" massage. The capital is used to Senator Hey burn's pyrotechnics and in the or dinary course of législation his ec centricities do not command the same attention as is now' attracted to his course as chairm.t i of 'he investigv tion in Wisconsin t.iUi the election ot Senator Stephenson. A good many cf the senator's • omments resemb'e stump speeches, in.! in the criticisms of the primary system, end of both Senators Stephenson and La Follette, are giving spice to the investigation, making even more interesting read" g lor the public than tns story at 1-on mer and the allege i debauching of the Illinois legislature, KLEIN"' HAPPENINGS A baby girl arrived at ,'ete Ellers October 11th. Mrs. Hirst Beever is ill, threatened with pneumonia. John Bernard left Wednesday for his home at Taft, Illinois. Jim Morrison and Robert Dodd left Monday evening for Illinois. I. N. Howard and son. returned from his homestead Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Jones were Sunday visitors in Roundup. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Egan of Round up, were calling at Dr. Bairds Sunday. "Happy" Kibble was a welcome visitor in Klein Saurday and Sunday. 'Carpenters are at work putting shutters on the windows of the new hall. F. P. Baird of Rundup, was an over Sunday visitor at bis brother's, Dr. Baird. Mr. Fry has been out on his home stead the past week making im provements. Mrs Samuel Stambaugh of Wibaux, Mont., was Mrs. Baird's guest several days last week. N. L. Carter, Grant Calvert and Ed Sedgwick returned Tuesday from a hunting trip to the Little Snowies. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Regley were call ing on old friends in Klein last Fri day. They have returned from Mon arch, Wyo., where they moved to this summer and are now living at No. 3. Oscar Sysum has returned to his homestead near Delphia to complete improvements which he began sev eral weeks ago and was compelled to leave when he cut his foot quite badly with an axe The deer season is now open and several hunters are having good luck. Joe Magro killed a 265 pound buck Saturday and John , Junior brought in another Sunday. Others are hoping to do the same soon. J. B. Ryan, who carries the mail to Klein, had quite an accident Tues day afternoon when in turning around in front of the post office here the tongue of his dray wagon broke tip ping the wagon over. He had some dozen or more cans of oil on the wagon, which were thrown into the road and a good share of the oil was spilled. Mr. Ryan was badly bruised and one of the horses was cut about the hip. Mr. Ryan had to make an other trip that afternoon in order to dispose of his oil. The masquerade dance given Sa urday evening was well attended and passed off pleasantly. Miss Emms Howard and Tommy Smith, dressed as Mexicans, carried off the 1st prize of $5.00. Miss Jessie Wilkin son as Topsy and Roy Lamb as a tramp took the 3rd prize for the most comical dressed and Mrs. Finnan as Old Dutch Cleanser girl took the 2nd rize for the best acting. This is the first of a series of dances to he held in the new hall every Saturday night under the management of J. T. Bailey and Earl Fletcher. The Roy Scouts had a meeting Wednesday evening when they learn ed the fireman's lift, how to lift and carry a sick comrade unassisted. Sev eral scouts were able to lift and car ry with case others considerably heav ier than themselves. The hoys also had their first military drill. They will meet again next Tuesday even ing. All applications for admission should he made to L. A. Lippitt, Scout Master. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS Instruments Filed in the Office of Clerk and Recorder cf Mussel shell County Deeds !.. II. Thurston ot ux to V. I). Dusenherv beginning at a point 5o feet north se cor ner block oO 2nd add to lioundup: thence west to a point on the west line of clock :>o. r, o te et north of sw corner of said block; thence north 50 l'e; thence east 50 feet................? 1-00 R. T. Brown et ux to C. P. Tillman tc Barron lot 4, block 42, 2nd add to Roundup 250.00 Milwaukee Land company to Ed Sayre, lots 17 and is, block 41, 2nd add to Roundup ................ 450.00 E. A. Hill et ux to Freder ick E. Bray, lots 11 and 12, block 15, Roundup---- 1.00 Frank Zorn to Annastistia Zorn, \V *'2 SWVi, Sec- S, Twp. 8 N, Range 25 E., M .M................... 1-00 Milwaukee Land Co. to Min nie Goldstein, lots 17 and 18, block 10 Melstone---- 350.00 Milwaukee Land Co. to Liz zie Liddell, lot 17, block 5, Roundup ............ 150.00 Elizabeth Liddle lot 2, blk 4, 1st add to Roundup____ 175.00 Jas. V. Weir, lot 1, 4, 1st add to Roundup...... 200.00 Thos. Yttri, to Carl Paulson NW%. Sec. 8. Twp. 5 N. Range 22 E............... 4,000.00 Roht. T. Brown to Regana A. Brown, ^ interest in lots 5 and 6, block 22, Roundup .............. i.oo Milwaukee Land Co to Victor Anderson, lots 11 and 12, block 16. let add to Roundup .............. 350.00 Victor Anderson to J. W. & P. L. Newton same proprety 1.00 Milwaukee, Land Co. to Citi zens State Bank, lot 4, block 22, Roundup ...... 150.00 and lot 7, block 17, 1st add to Roundup ........ 200.00 H. r. Nelson, Sr., to Citi zens State Bank beginning at point on Sec. line be tween Sec 13 and 14, Twp. 8 N. Range 25 E. north 0 min, 56 deg, east549 5 ft from Sec. corner to Sec's. 13, 14, 23, 24; thence ea st 389.4 feet; thence north 47.2 feet; thence west 33 ft thence north 86 min., 22 degrees east 956.6 feet thence south 0 min. 56 deg west 108.5 feet along Sec line to place of beginning 1.00 Paenta Issued To Morton W. Young SE 1 ^, Sec. 28, Twp. 1 N, R,24 E, M. M. M. M. To Chaa. B. Foncanon lots 9, 10, 15, 16, Sec. 4, Twp. 8 N, R 31 E. To W L Cochrane, SW%, Sec. 4, Twp. 8 N R. 31 E. Receiver's Receipts Matthew H. Caldwell SEU, Sec. 24, Twp. 9 N, R. 23 E. Mortgage Deeds a. J. Jesse to Fred Jesse east 92*6 feet, lots 5 and 6 block 3,1st add to Roundup 9, 29, 13 ................ 11,650.00 REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR Th litleer the girl the bigger charge of dynamite she can be for some man. A man who is able to help support a lot of his relations always gets the chance. What we mostly object to about a great talker is that we aren't doing it ourselves. It discourages a woman to have her husband go shopping with her be cause he wants to buy something. A man can sit up all night in a poker game and never feel it, but be ing kept awake one hour by the baby will break down his health. A woman is losing her stoutness when her shoes get old enough not to hurt her so much. There is no way to estimate wheth er the host or the guest is gladdest when the visit is over. You have to keep on doing things for a man for him to believe that you keep on being a true friend to him. A girl who can handle half a dozen beaux is the one who always acts at home as if she was never thinking of anybody but her father. A girl will refuse a man a kiss in an indignant tone of voice who would have rejoiced inwardly had he taken it without asking. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Lewistown, Montana, October 9th, 1911. Notice is hereby given that William Caesy of Roundup, Montana, who on Decem ber 3rd, 1908, made Homestead Entry No. 01883, for E\ 2 lot 7, S»& NE 1 *, SE 1 /* NWVi of Section 6, Tow'nship 8 N., Range 26 E., M. M., has filed no tice of intention to make Final Com mutation Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before C. H. Tyler, U. S. Commissioner, at Roundup, Montana, on the 13th day of November, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: Chester B. Dille, Jessie Huffendeck, Samuel B. Glenn, Alexander T. Roy, all of Roundup, Montana. C. E. McKOIN, Register. (1st publication Oct. 13, 1911) nniiua That New Winter Suit Should have your immediate attention if you want to get full use of it during this season. We are showing the best line of all wool samples in the latest weaves, that has ever been shown before i n Roundup. A suit made to measure for you by the International Tailoring Co. will make you a proud man. Prices range from $15 up, and every thread in the fabric is wool. Clothes made to your individual measure cost you no more, but fit you better. Are You Aware that our store is the place to get Real up-to date and substantial merchandise? Look: We sell the Celebrated MORA bats, American Lady shoes, American Gentlemen shoes, Security School Shoes, and guarantee every article we put out. Our prices are right. Hendrix Mercantile Co. QUALITY. Phone 12. 2nd St. E. SERVICE. ( c UK l $ i®te Services at the Different Churches and Other Kindred Announcements M. E. CHURCH G. Edward Hutt, Pastor The Sunday school had a large in crease in attendance last Sunday. There is room for others in all of the classes. At a recent meeting of the Sunday school board it was decided to observe Rally Day October 22. An effort will be made to reach every boy and girl who ia not now enrolled in any Sunday school and invite them to attend. The new Sunday school hymnal has been ordered and is ex pected to be here by that time. The Epworth League gave a social down by the river Monday evening. The evening was spent in singing songs, roasting marshmallows, and partaking of light refreshments which had been prepared by the ladies of the League. All voted the moon light social a success and hoped that another might occur soon. District Superintendent Dr. W. W. Van Oradel will be with us for the first quarterly conference October 21 and 22. Do not fail to come to hear Brother Van on the above date. Hours of worship next Sunday: Sunday school at 10 a. m. Subject of lesson: "The Return From the Cap tivity." Morning worship at 11 o'clock Epworth League at 6:45 p. m. Topic: "Some Things We May Know." Evening worship at 7:30 p. m. Subject of sermon: "Visions." Prayermeeting Thursday at 7:30 p. m. A meeting ofthe Sunday school board will follow the prayer meeting. Strangers will be made welcome at all of these services. 1ST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH L. A. Lippitt, Pastor Morning services 11 a. m. The pastor will give a report of the state conference. Sunday school 12 m. Bible study at 12 m. Young People's Society of Chris tian Endeavor, 6:45 p. m. Subject: "Why I Believe in the Bible." Lead er, Mrs. Anderson. Evening services, 7:30 p. m. Sub ject: "The Men and Religion For ward Movement." You are invited to join with us in worship and fellowship. The Christian Endeavor Society will have a short business meeting and social evening at the home of Rev. Lippitt Friday evening. All in terested in the Christian Endeavor are cordially invited to be present. SPECIAL. —Brooms, 35 cents, Sat urday, October 14th. One only to a customer. Newton Hardware Co. —o— For the best tonsorial work go to Noble's. —o— TO TRADE. —Platform spring wag on for light buggy. Inquire Fair child's Studio.