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On Your House? You can make the price of storm windows in the saving of fuel, besides having the comfort of even temperature in your home. We are always pleased to give you figures on any thing you want no matter how large or small. Newton Lumber Co. Leading Lumber Merchants of Roundup. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ LOCAL NEW8 ITEMS ♦ ♦ ♦ Photos at Fairchild's Studio. Try an electric massage a tNobie's barber shop. Gentlemen, we want your business. Fad Fad Fad. —o— Fred Yockey of Broadveiw was in the city yesterday. The United Shoe Repair Shop has reopened in East Roundup. If it is a prescription, look for the Red Cross, Blair's Drug Store. Every Retort Heater user is a boost er for it,ask our customers—Mar shall's. Hugh H. Hunter of Miles City was a business visitor in Roundup yester day. F. R. Cameron, a well known ranch er from the vicinity of Clara,was a vis itor in Roundup yesterday. —o— Wm, Schmidts was given a hearing before Judge McVay yesterday on a charge of disturbing the peace. He paid a fine of $10 and was released from custody. —o— John H. Grant went to Twodot Tuesday where he will figure on a new residence on the Moore ranch, the old building having been destroy- ed by fire last week. -—o— Janies Bogovitch was arresed New Year's day by Police Officer Arnold for disturbing the peac e making pretty much of a disturbance in the vicinity of the depot. He appeared before Police Magistrate McVay Tues day and was fined $15 which he paid. —o— George Sherwood, representing the Jewell Nursery Co.of Lake City,Minn., arrived in Roundup on Wednesday morning to remain here for a short time. While in the interest of his company Mr. Sherwood is well pleas ed with Roundup and predicts a bright future for this ctiy. The com pany which he represents is well known here, having done business for several years past with Mussel shell county people. It was establish ed in 1868, and is the oldest and larg est ursery in the northwest. Mr. Sherwood has his office with the Jesse Real Estate company, on Main street. IF YOU WANT A Real Helpful Bank Service, Consider These Facts This bank is a home institution of strength and sta bility; organized to assist in the development of local industries, In addition to our ample capital and surplus we have a very strong board ot directors employing in the management of this bank the same watchful, con servative methods which brought them individual success. The officers give courteous, prompt and careful at tention to the needs of each individual depositor. Our banking connections place us in a position to be of very material help to customers in handling their outside financial transactions. We shall be glad to have you avail yourself of our facilities for the protection of your business affairs. Citizens State Bank w. m. ogle DIRECTORS: geo. o. mills J. W. NEWTON D. W. SLAYTON C. F. RICHARDON M. R. SWANSON H. 0. BRITTON ] I j ! Try the "Up-to-date" massage. Pants, pants, pants—Fad, Fad, Fad. We lead, others follow—Danils Cafe. —o— Community and Rodgers 1847 Silver. The Roundup Hardware. Rago Lamps give splendid light— Marshall sells them for $2.50. E. W. Radford, one of the popular young business men of Lavina, is in the city today on business. H. E. Marshall is having a build ing erected back of his store for use as a chapel and undertaking parlors. —o— The Grand Cafe which closed tem porarily last Saturday on account of the management's inability to secure competent help' reoponed to the pub lic yesterday. Miss Ruby Settle a popular young lady of Bozeman was a guest at the Grant home here this week leaving for her home last night. She is a granddaughter of Mrs. Grant. —o— See the landscape gardner at the Jesse real estate office for the im provement of your lot in ornamental trees and flowering shrubs. Land scape charts furnished free with order. —o— Mrs. Emil Atholo, wife of a miner ai No. 3, died Tuesday. The funeral was held from the Krueger & Tulgest ke chapal yesterday morning, Rev. jAppett conducting the services. In terment was in the cil y cemetery. —o— We have the largest and most com plete line of up-to-date furniture in Roundup, and our prices are the most seasonable. Come in and look over our furniture and get our prices and be convinced of the above statements. Krueger & Tulgestge. —o— J. E. Potts, a young attorney of ^es .Moines, Iowa, has opened up a law ofi.oe in Roundup, having secured the suite of rooms formerly occupied by Hamilton \\ii 0 .. in die Evans Block. Mr. Potts was located in Oklahoma for several years previous to coming to Roundup. —o— A large crowd of people attended the Christmas tre»e and excercises given at the Bare school house on West Parrot creek Sunday., Decem ber 24 by the Parrot ounday school. The room was prettily decorated for the occasion and the entertainment given by the children was pronounced excellent in every wa.. Socks, socks, socks—Fad, Fad, Fad. Take your prescriptions to the Cor ner Drug Store. Ernest Snelling of Mustelshell spent several days in the city this week. Ed. Rousseau returned from Two dot Tuesday where he spent the hol idays. Chas. Dozois of Condon & Co., re turned Tuesday from a trip to St. - mil and other eastern markets. Marriage licenses were issued this week to Sever Axness of Grand Mea dow, Minn., and Bertha Houghton of Roundup;Toney Kenda and Josephine Hosmer, both of Roundup. Samuel Cresswell was in the city Wednesday from his ranch on Little Wall Creek. He reports that no trace has been found of the fifteen head of cattle driven from his place some time last month. Ed. Sayre is in the city from his ranch north of Martinsdale. It is un derstood that there will be a change at the Sayre House which he owns. Geo. Powers, who now has the house under lease, will retire from the busi ness, if the present plans carry out. ♦ ♦*♦ + + ♦ + ♦♦•!•♦♦ + ♦ + # ♦ ♦ + SCHOOL NOTES. ♦ ♦ + ++**++********+++ Plans are being made for a begin ning class in High School after the ex aminations. —o— The Roundup Schools opened on Tuesday, January 2 with a good at tendance in all the grades. —o— The Literary Club is planning a very interesting meeting for Friday night and a large crowd is expected. —o— The eight grade pupils are working hard in preparation of the state ex aminai ions to he held on the 1ltli and 12th. —o— The partition in the assembly room lias been completed, making two very nice rooms that can he thrown into one for 1 lie Literary Club. —o— All of the grades are getting ready for the mid-year examinations to be held next week. Promotions will he based largely on the results of this examination. —o— The new sanitary drinking foun tains have been in use for some little time and are very satisfactory. The first week an enormous amount 1' water was consumed until the novel ty wore off. —o— The Physical Geography class of the High School is very much inter ested in the moon this week. The unusual brilliancy of the moon is due to its position. The moon travels in an elliptical path around the earth and now' is at a point nearest the earth and at the farthest point north, it is now at a point farther north than the sun ever gets. Its brilliancy is in part due to the reflection of the snow and is especially interesting. v + *4 , + + + + + 4 l 4 1 4 l + + + *t ♦ ♦ ♦ KLEIN NEWS. + * 4* #+♦**++♦**++++*+ Mss Easton is on the sick list.. —o— Mrs.A.Brown was in form the ranch Tuesday. -—o- - Geo. Massick is visiting his people at Bear Creek. — 0 — School opened again Thursday after the holiday vacation. -—o— .Mrs. Irvin Drscoll is suffering from a felon on her finger. —o— Mickie Foran, of Granville, 111., ar rived in Klein Saturady. —o— John Griffiths, of Coal Hollow, 111., is one of the late arrivals in Klein. —o— Mrs. Jack Brocker, of Butte, left last week for Arizona for the benefit of his health. •—o— Frank Stevens has moved his fam ly to Old Roundup wher he now has charge of the saloon. —o— Earl Spangle of Roundup is again barbering inKlein and has moved his family into the house vacated by Frank Stevens. —o— Hugh O'Hara and Jimmie Delaney returned from their ..ansas trip last Friday. Jimmie brought his bride back with him and they are now receiving the congratulations of their many friends. 'ihursday morning while Mesdames Wilkinsen and Carey were attempting to pass a wagon at the railroad cros sing on their way to Roundup, their buggy tipped over and both ladies thrown out. Mrs. Carey was some what bruised, but otherwise they were none the worse for the acci dent. BENCH NEWS HAPPENINGS IN THE PROSPER OUS FARMING community NORTH OF ROUNDUP. Riley Hilo visited E.A.Harris at his homestead Tuesday. Geo. Moore is in Roundup after spending a few days on his home stead. Mrs. Morton gave a "Taffy Pulling" in honor of Mrs. Harper Burton Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs. Burton of Roundup spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Morton on their ranch. The "Hoosiers" were royally enter tained at a Xmas dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Morton. Alois Harris is improving his half section of railroad land which lie purchased some time ago. —o— The "Hoosiers" had a jolly time at the Xmas eve dinner and tree given by Mr. and Mrs. Toops at their ranch. — 0 — 'l'be first "Watch Party" held on the bench was given by Mr. and Mrs. J. The Finest Thing For Breakfast these cold mornings is a hot dish of UNIVERSITY WHEAT TOOD This food is the finest part of the wheat hear), thoroughly cleaned no clmff or grit. There's nothing of this same class of breakfast food so thoroughh prepared for fine la bié use. And you can save 2 mo per package by buying Univ versity Brand—2 pkgs. for 35c. HENDRIX Mercantile Co. Walk a Block and save a Dollar. YOUR SELECTION | OF THE RIGHT STORE* To do your trading is important and a matter that ♦# ♦♦ ❖ ❖ ♦ '$■ - » » $ ♦ should not be passed over lightly. It means much £ to you--first, a saving of money; second, full value for your money; third, the satisfaction that comes with the knowledge that you have been treated fair and square. We carry a complete line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Gent's Fur nishings, Shoes, Hats, Crockery, Hardware The Store You Should Select hAUGUST schrum?! XX Roundup's Pioneer Merchant Phone 16, Main Street fj Smmmmtmmmmmmmmmmtii R. Morton New Year's Eve. The evening was pleasantly spent play ing games until the new year crept in, when a bountiful lunch was spread. CHRISTMAS ON FLATWIlXOW BENCH. t Contributed.) The Sunday School natwihow Bench had a Christmas tree and pro gram at the home of C. Braithraite. The tree was beautifully decorated and loaded with candy and nuts for the young and old and many useful presents. The program consisted of prayer, songs, dialogues, recitations, monologues etc. which was very pleas ingly rendered by the children, after which Sunta Claus w.. his jingling hells and distributed the presents. There were about fifty present and it was indeed a Merry Christmas for all, the memory of which w,.l linger with us long years to come as we recall there. WITH THE DRYLANDERS. Larry Sims is building an ice house. Alex Roy is bidding one of the larg est barns in this vicinity being con structed of logs. —o— Robt. L. Brant, the young horse slioer has been on the sick list on his ranch for several weeks. —o— J. B. Brant and son, Charles K., were visitors on the Frank F. Zorn ranch New Year's morning. —o— J. G. Sheldon gave a birthday din ner in honor of his son, Earl, it being tlfe occasion of his twentieth birth day. Those present were, Albert and Edgar Rose, John Conley, Fred Smith and Frank F. Zorn. —o— Charles A. McKinnis gave a home warming party last Sunday on his ranch. Those present were, Mrs. E.E. Me Kinnis, Nelson R. McKinnis, Mr. and Mrs. C. 1). Morse and daughter, N. F. Elliot and Frank F. Zorn. 4* 4* ♦ 4» + 4* 4- 4* 4* 4» «fr 4> 4* 4" 4* •* 4* 4« CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS 4 * * ' 4* 4* 4- 4* 4* 4 t 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* •§• 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* First Congregational Church Rev. LaRoy Lippitt, Pastor Sunday school at lu a. m. Morn iug service at 1 I a. m. Christian Endeavor at 4:45, subject "Courage". Evening Service at 7:3(1. Monday evening at the church will be held the annual business meeting and social of the church, all members of the church and congregation arc j invited to be present to enjoy the ev jcniiig together and conduct the liusi , ness of the church. Footprints on the sands of lime are ill right, but lie careful not to make them on mother's clean kitchen door. LITERARY PROGRAM Roundup Literary Society Will Have Entertaining Meeting Tonight. The Roundup Liteiary Society will have one of its regular meetings to night in the school house, at which time the following program will be given: Chorus. Instrumental Solo....Mrs. J. B. Ryan Recitation........Grace Kirkpatrick Soprano Solo........Sue Bragestad Scenic Reading......Mrs. J. M. Pyles Vocal Solo...............Jack Toner Tableaux. .Arranged by Miss L. Dunn Vocal Duet..Kathleen Thurston, Elva Hubbs. Recitation..............Ethel Russel Debate- "Resolved, That Woman Should Be Granted the Right of Suf frage. "Affirmative, Miss Frawley, Mrs. Blair. Negative— L. E. Brown, A. Viland. MILLENIUM THIS YEAR. Chicago, Jan. 3.—That the second coming of Christ will take place at the Zion City during the present year is the prediction of 11. L. Burnette and John Taylor two of the disciples of the late John Alexander Dowie, "Elijah the Second." An official proclamation to this ef fect has been placed in the Lake coun ty recorder's office, and reads in parts as follows: "Be it known unto Judah and unto Isreal and to all the world: Before the end of the year of our Lord 1912, Jesus Christ, the son of God, who was conceived of the Holy Spirit and born of a virgin, who was crucified, was raised from the dead and for nearly ninteen centuries lias been our be loved advocate at the right hand of God, our Father in heaven, will come forth from the eternal throne, once again to teach and preach the gospel of healing, holy living and salvation unto every creature, and to heal the sick of every affliction.'' The proclamation further states that the Christ will first reveal him self at the city of Zion. No dcfiuate date is given for I lis arrival, but tue faithful of Zion are living in hourly expectation of the momentous event. CONGRESS ASSEMBLES AFTER RECESS. Washington, .Ian. 3. Both houses of ('ongle: s assembled at noon to ila.v after a reçois for the Christmas, holidays which began Dec. 21. Most of the Senators and Representatives had returned. Practically no import ant business was pending for the day. The house was in session lint fifty mi • nos. Représenta live Smith, Cal itornia who had been ill since the be : i'iN ng of lue ill! ml Congress was sworn in. Recognition by the United Slates of the Republie of China as a member of the family of Nations was called lor by resolution Introduced by Representative Hul/.er, of New York and referred to the committee on Foreign relations.