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i TFE LOCAL ! ROUNDUP I LOCAL çylND PERSONAL ►♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ►♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Try the "Up-to-date" massage. Fresh oysters at Danils Cafe. —o— Shirts, Shirts, Shirts—Fad Fad Fad. —o— J. A. Kelly was up from Forsyth several days this week. —o— Best of furnished rooms with bath, above Noble's Barber Shop. —o— Dr. Gilhus, of Melstone, was a Roundup visitor Wednesday. Attorney C. B. Dille is spending a few days out at his ranch near town. —o— All kinds of harness and saddlery supplies at Weinhold's Harness Shop. —o— W. S. Tallmau was a Roundup arri val on yesterday morning's Olympian —o— Ted Barron, the telephone man, was a passenger to Judith Gap yesterday noon. —o— A shoe to be proud of—The Ameri can Lady and American Gentleman Shoes—Hendrix Mercantile Co. Try the American Steam Laundry; prices right and we treat you right. We guarantee our work to be satis factory. —o— Jimmy McGowan, aw ell known res ident of the Clara section, was in the city on business several days this week. The ladies of the Congregational church will give a harves supper on October 28th. The place will be an nounced later. $1,000 REWARD— We will pay $1, 000 reward to the person or persons finding our honey anything but ab solutely pure. Try it in the pail or comb. At all the stores. Willis & Bell. —o— John H. Grant, the contractor, went to Judith Gap yesterday to look a*ter his school house contract. Work on the building iB progressing rapidly and will be completed within a short time. Miss Mabel Weaver, who has been employed in the American Steam Laundry for teh past several months, left Monday night for her home in Ashton, Idaho, where she will at tend the marriage of her brother. She will remain at home during the win ter. "HAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY" At CONDON'S INCREASE YOUR CREDIT It is a well established fact that the man who de posits his income in a home bank and pays all bills by check increases his credit with the business men of the town. There is a very good reason for this. The mer chant knows that the man who pays bills by check is handling his financial affairs in a systematic and business like way, that he is going to get ahead in the world. Why not open an account at this bank, give your money bank protection and get the benefit of this increased credit? 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 ►♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Suits, Suits, Suits—Fad, Fad, Fad. We lead, others follow—Danils Cafe. —o— Take your prescriptions to the Cor ner Drug Store. —o— Geo. W. Haylock, of Stanford, was a business visitor in the city Tues day.^ "University Örand" Groceries, the best money can buy—Hendrix Mercan tile Co. Furnished rooms with baths for gentlemen, for rent; $10 per month. See Noble. —o— Gentlemen, when buying nifty cloth ing, shoes or hats, don't go to a hardware store. —o— Jameson & Dusenbery, .Lawyers, general law and land office practice. Main street, Roundup. —o— Mrs. H. B. Thompson returned Tues day night from her visit with her folks at Logan and Bozeman. —o— The Ladies' Aid of the Lutheran church will meet next Thursday at the home of Mrs. F. H. Anderberg. —o— LOST—A large Waterman fountain pen. Finder please return to H. P. Lambert, First National Bank, and re ceive suitable reward. —o — Miss Minnie Sutton is one of the new workers in the American Steam Laundry, having arrived here from Minneapolis Monday. —o— Mrs. C. H. Tyler and Mrs. C. G. Rocke returned Tuesday evening from Martinsdale, where they visited with the Sayre family for several days. —o— Chas. Goetz left on Wednesday night's Olympian for a few month's visit in Iowa and South Dakota. He is not leaving Montana by any means but will return to his fine ranch north west of Roundup. On account of the lack of a quo rum there was no council meeting Monday evening. The council will meet tonight ot hear objections to the creation of Special Improvement Dis trict No. 5, and will probably transact other business after this is disposed of. —o— O. U. Aliracle, president of the Two Miracle Concrete Corporation came in from Missoula last evening to look after the finishing touches of their sidewalk contract in this city. The work will be completed in a few days. If this company is awarded the con tract for the work in the new improve ment district No. 5, the city council having a special meeting for the pur pose of letting the contract tonight they will start work on it Monday morning. Photos at Fairchild's. Socks, socks, socks—Fad, Fad, Fad. —o— The place for the hungry—Danils Cafe. —o— Pa ill Smith was in from Pine Grove Tuesday. —o— Bert Potter, the flour man, is in the city today. —o— Whole corn, , cracked corn and ground corn at the Feed Store. , —o— Our underwear department is over flowing with bargains. The Fad. —o— If It is a prescription, look for the Red Cross, Blair's Drug Store. —o— Three barbers always at Noble's Barber Shop on Saturdays. —o— Buy your harness at an exclusive harness shop. Weinhold s Harness Shop. —o— Jim Hart and son, Leo, accompanied their shipment of stock to Chicago last night. —o— Suits built to your measure at rea sonable prices. Stone & Grady, Tai lors. —o— American Lady and American Gen tleman Shoes at Hendrix Mercantile Co., Second street. —o— Go to Marshall's for your Furnit ure. You will find a good assortment at moderate prices. —o— T. 11. Ilelgerson, of Canton, S. 1)., arrived here yesterday to look after his business interests here. -—o— .Miss Grant returned to her home in Melstone Wednesday evening after a day's visit with friends here. —o— Mrs. Theo. F. Archer left Wednes day eveningf or Musselshell for a short visit with old friends. —o — — Mr. and Mrs. J. Stanley Smith came down from Martinsdale Tuesday for a short visit with friends here. —o— We still have a few good residence los that we can sell on the monthly installment plan. Montana Land & Investment Co. —o— Billy Delaney, veteran trainer and manager of "pugs," is now at Oak land, Calif., engaged in writing his "Memoirs of the Ring." —o— Jim Flynn, who tied a can to "White Hope" Morris, has gravely announced that he doesn't like "dark meat" and will leave Langford alone. —o— Mrs. Geo. H. Powers left Sunday evening on the Olympian for Roches ter, Minn., where she will receive treatment from a specialist. —o— Carl Morris, by the way, hasn I abandoned his ambitions, but will take up a course of instruction in boxing and hopes to meet Flynn again. —o— Mrs. Will Cooley returned to her home near Musselshell Wednesday evening after spending several days at the Theo. F. Archer home in this city. —o— Discouraged by the New York rac ing situation, a number of prominent breeders have arranged for an auc tion ui their thoroughzbreds next month. —o— K. E. Brinkley, of Klso, was among those who accompanied the big stock shipment to Chicago last night. lie will visit there for a few weeks be fore returning. —o— TO EXCHANGE—Wanted to exchange a six-room house and lot in Mount Vernon, 111., worth $2,500, for a re linquishment near Roundup. See Archer. —o— J ohn S. Davis, formerly mine bos. at No. 3, who left here with his fam ily several weeks ago, writes that they are now settled at 2424 East Fourth street, Los Angeles, Calif. Local fans are taking a great deal of interest in the world's champion ship series between New York and Philadelphia. Opinions are about evenly divided as to which team will eventually capture the coveted cham pionship. Some hungry guy stole Dennis Mur phy's dinner—bucket and all—at the mine Wednesday afternoon. Altho it was an exceptionally good dinner, Dennis says he wouldn't have minded it so much if the fellow would have returned the bucket. Australia .which has the reputation of being the most socialistic govern ment on the map, is now taking up boxing as a state-governed institu tion. An arena has been acquired at Sydney where matches will be pulled off under the protection of the local government, which will share In the profits. : Pants, pants, pants—Fad, Fad, Fad. Try an electric massage a t Noble's barber shop. —o— Gentlemen, we want your business. Fail Fad Fad. —o— We clean, press and repair clothes. Stone & Grady. —o— Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Peek, of Lavinn, were Roundup visitors yesterday. æ —°— AS Our druggist is registered. Bring ?■" in your proscriptions. Corner Drug Store. —o— .5 per cent discount given on all finished family washings. American Steam Laundry. —o— Three barbers at Noble's Barber Shop every Saturday, beginning Sat urday night, 9th. —o— Try some of our buckwheat flour; makes delicious cakes these frosty mornings. At the Feed Store. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Browna mi Miss Rapp left last evening for Aberdeen, j S. I)., where they will make their fu tur'' home. —o— We still have a few good residence lots that we can sell on the monthly installment plan. Montana Land & Investment Co. —o— Hunters returning from the moun tains are not reporting much luck. Not very many deer will be brought down this year unless there is a good fall of snow. LAND SHOW IN OMAHA. Gtiect Is to Stem Tide of Immigration Now Going to Western Canada and the South. ■ ntaha, Neb., Oct. 1ti.—To stem the- tide of emigration now going to western Canada and the south and to direct the stream westward is the ob- 1 ject of the great land show opened j today in Omaha. The exhibition in cludes a magnificent display of the ag ricultural and horticultural products of Nebraska, the Dakotas, Colorado, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah and other transmissouri sates. The entire Coli seum has been taken for the show, which will continue to October 28. The show comes at an opportune time, as it is expected that a large proportion of the more than 120,000 people who will register for govern ment claims in South Dakota will pass through Omaha and will visit the show. The bulk of the land seekers come from Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, In diana and other central states, and it is these people that the Omaha show management will attempt to interest in through the medium of the exhibi tion. 0 THE BOY SCOUTS. The Scouts held their meeting Tues- j Jay and three of the boys, Roy Ar- j nold, Lawrence Fisco and Custer 1 1'ark, passed the tenderfoot examina tion which consists of knowing the Scout Law and Onth, four of the re quired knots, and the history and composition of the American stars and stripes. Others plan to pass the ex amination before the start on Satur day. 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, lull value for your money; and third, the satisfaction that comes with the knowledge that you have been treated fair and square. une p of t . e General Merchandise Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing Gents' Furnishings, Shoes, Hats Crockery and Hardware THE STORE YOU SHOULD SELECT AUGUST SCHRUMP Roundup's Pioneer Merchant 1 PHONE NO. 65 MAIN STREET" æ AS ?■" j 1 j 3f;iï> -S"'»stem--Harln Ifuuirs. To Be in Luck, Let us Clothe You all Around the Clock. (^UPPOSE you rise at 7, and slip into a "^suit of our fall underwear; draw on a pair of our guaranteed socks; a Manhattan or Wilson Brothers Shirt; a Lion or Arrow collar; one of our great variety of ties: get into a suit of Hirsh Wickwire or Fad Sys tem Clothes; a pair of elegant Walk-Over shoes; put on one of our new hats or caps and you are fixed for comfort until 11 o'clock. Then From 11 to 7—Pajamas Post (Office jXo.vt tUmi / Ml/NDUP5l/P-TOOATEHABEmSHFfiS 0 : 0 : 010 : 0 : 0 . Remember, we devote a great deal of lime and attention to our Underwear department. j j 1 r s rBERW SHfftlVdOD Jill y ooo:o:& In "That Dixie Duo" At The STAR Friday and Sat urday Night.