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Toile du Nord Dress Ging'iam 12 c New. fresh Spring patterns in dainty deiieate stripes and checks. This is the best Domestic Gingham obtainable. Women's Stockings 20c values for l&c Women's Black Seamless Hose—the kind that retains it coloring and wears satisfactorily. On sale at the above price. Boys' or Girls' two-thread ribbed stockings, medium heavy and war ranted to stand the hard knocks. Special during this Sale only. •++* Children's Hosiery § Canvas Gloves 20c values for 12zC >! 4 pairs for 25C Men's Knitted Wrist Canvas Gloves, well made and very comfortable to wear. On Sale for one week's dura tion only. Men's Dress Shirts Worth up to $2 each for 85c Men's Collarless and Coat syle ! Shirts; sizes principally 15, 15%, 16 | and 16% only. Dark and ilght color ing. About 100 shirts In the lot. Choice of any at the above price. Genuine Early Season Reductions I Standard Calicoes * For One Week Selling 1 5c per yard Merrimac. Simpson's, Calcutta's, American •§• and Sea Island Calicoes, which are all the most reliable makes known, during this week selling FIVE CENTS per yard No limit; buy as many yards as you like. White Daisy Flannel f 81C per yard Usual width and usual weight; actually worth of this flannel is 12%c per yard. During this week at the above price. Bed Sheets 50c Double bed size, well hemmed and made of good bleach sheeting. Positively the last call at this price. Pillow Cases 121c -15 x 36 size, well made, ready-to-use Pillow Cases. Made of substantial pillow casing. Very cheap at this price. t Feather Pillows t 85C each f Three pound, good Feather Pillows, cover * ed with t De regulation A. C. A. feather ticking O N Women's and Men's Wearing Apparel and Household Necessaries. The only rea son we have for making these reductions at this time of the year, "We're going after more business and We're going to get it, no matter how much of a sacrifice it entails. Owing to the cold weather during the past week our sales have not come up to the usual standard. These we are determined to make up, and the only way we can do it is by price reduction. These prices will go into effect Saturday Morning, March 16 For one week duration only Men's Separate Pants $2.95 Men's Separate Worsted Pants In a wide range of medium dark colorings, semi-peg tops, belt loops and cuff bottoms; nearly all sizes; alterations extra. Worth more. Men's Socks 12 : lie Actual values of these socks are twenty five cents. They represent an accumulation of manufacturer's samples in blacks, tans, browns, grays and blues. Sale price on these, while they last, 12%>c per pair. and tilled with goose feathers, every when Worth $1.25 Wash Taffeta Ribbons 12aC per yard Widths vary from 3% to 6 Inches in the following colors, White, Pink, Light Blue, Brown, Tan. Copenhagen Cardinal, Bed and plain Black. This is a good heavy wash Taf feta Silk P.ihhcn and worth double the price asked during this sale. * Muslin Underwear and fine Lingerie 20 per cent off the entire line AH of this Spring season's production and tuest complete assortment we have ever shown, r op.risriag ■ : Combination Corset and Drawers, Ntalit lnes>"s. Drawers and separate Skirts. The pire.- range as follows: Corset Covers •'ar; at 3ic; Night Dresses at 75c; Combina it-.'! s at 75c; Drawers at 40c. and Skirts 1 X- The compeltc line on sale tit this TWENTY PER CENT DISCOUNT. for one ' ■ ek s• :"i g only. !• > '* !* <'■ > BK-K* i"H4 LF-P-i* *-ä ** Women's Silk Waists One-third off the usual price. New Spring fashions in the set-in sleeves pattern, innumerable pat terns, styles in colorings and mak ing. The variety of silks is too ex tensive to attempt a description of each. They will please you in mak ing and price. All wool Challie ones will also be included at this discount. Women's Wash Dresses One-Third off the usual price In this lot we include all house as well as street Dresses, made of Percales and of other fancy wash materials. All new Spring styles with the set-in sleeves. Silk Dress es, Serge Dresses and Challie Dresses all at the liberal discount of ONE-THIRD OFF. Portier is, Couch Covers and Curtain Hadrasses. We show a very complete line of these goods in the new shadings and ci mbinations of colors. Curtain Portieres, pair, $1.25 to $8 Couch Covers, each. $1.00 to $4.50 Curtain Madras, yard, 15c to 75c a oof Most Women Realize This Store For Its Corset Supremacv Warner Corsets 75c to $4- 00 Brassieres 75C to $1 M Corset Findings Laces two and one-half yards long 2 for 5C Corset Clasps 10c per pair Something Characteristic of War ner Corsets. Every pair is test ed for shape, comfort and wear ing qualities and every pair is sold with the understanding that if they should not prove satis factory they will be replaced with a new Corset or money re funded to you. Men's Underwear 37ÜC each The last of our men's heavy fleece under wear in grays, tans and oxford colors. They represent the flat and derby ribbed goods. On Special Sale at this price, 75c per suit. Men's Welt Sole Shoes $4.00 Men's Goodyear Welt double sole Shoes in Viscolized tan leather—a shoe that absolutely is guaranteed to give satisfactory wear. Sold for Five Dollars at every store. Suit Cases and Trunks at prices and quali ties to please the most fastidious. Suit Cases and Trunks s 2- 75 to *15 *5 to »20 Every suit ease and trunk is sold under a guarantee to give absolute satisfaction in its w earing qualities. All made on modern plans witli Yale locks and other standard trimmings. I Spring Roller Shades 35c Hartshorn Spring Roller Shade; made of linen opaque in two separate shades of green. Actual value, fifty cents. Men's Moleskin Pants 1.25 Pair Men's Separate Moleskin Pants; made with belt loops, side straps and cuff bottoms; good fitting and made of very dark tan colored moleskin coltb. Condon & Co. T A I EAT R E ONE WEEK LONG t STARTING Monday Night, ! March 18th CHASE-LISTER THEATER CO. with Clint and Bessie Robbins ; ; ! • All New Plays, Clean ; and Wholesome MONDAY NIGHT "THE LITTLE PRINCESS" Prices, 25c, 35c, 50c ; Seats on sale now at Roundup Drug Store mm Hww wwt w* ; • * * * v * * * * * * * * * * + * * "f t M ELSTON E * •? •»' 4* -> 4* 4* •£• if ♦ 4< (Melstone Graphic) Bruce Dutton and wife of Parkinson are here this week visiting Mrs. Dut ton's father and brothers. Herman Gremert of down the river was in town four days this week wait ing for well outfit to arrive. .Miss Mary Gorsline of Roundup has been employed to teach the lower grades in the Melstone school the re mainder of the year. What might have been a serious ac cident happened to W. H. Heron yes terday when he accidently severed the main artery in his hand. The doctor was obliged to tie the artery up in or der to stop the flowing of the blood. | ♦♦+♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ + WHEATON WEATHER ♦ ♦ REPORT ♦ ++++++++*++*+++*++ Wheaton, March Sth. The following is the weather report of the Wheaton Cooperative Weather station for the month of February: Character Clear days........................ $ Partly cloudy days................12 Cloudy days....................... 5 Temperature Maximum, Feb. 17............... 50 Minimum, Feb. 28............... —8 Percipitation One Inch of snow, Feb. 7. One-half Inch of snow, Feb 8. One-balf inch of snow, Feb. 28. P. BALGORD, Assistant Cooperative Observer. I | *************** + * * ; * BENCH NEWS * '■* v * * 4 . 4 « * * 4 . * 4 . * * * 4 . 4 > 4 . ' called on Potato 1 wer : E. A. Harris King last week. A. P. Harris and Riley I til guests of E. A. Harris Monday, Neal Hoffman and brother, and L. A. Mile went to Literary last Friday night hut were somew hat disappoint- j on ed as there were only flve people there. I j lhe debate was called off. Olaf Jensvold, president of the Far- 1 mers' Club, has appointed a commit- ; tee of three to meet with the central fa ; ; ♦ ♦ $ 5 50 body at Roundup. The committee consists of E. F. Thomas, Henry Fair brother and Loy A. Hile. The bachelors were somewhat dis appointed when the heard about the two young ladies that came out from ♦ town Saturday and stayed until Sun- 1 day evening. The girls enjoyed a' chicken dinner and the bachelors were ! not invited. The Dryland Orchestra is getting I busy for the big dance to be held in the Lake Basin school house Friday, March 22. V hen our l tide Henie gets through talking Friday night the Routulup men will w ish they hadti t come. ; The people in this community ought \ to go and hear the state veterinarian j a talk on "The Care of Stock." They j e also want to see that we get the new hall in this neighborhood. j A. P. Harris and family were the j guests of L. A. Hile Sunday. j E. A. Harris called on Manager j ; jM1B vcld of the Experimental Farm Tue day on business. ' Olaf Jensvold will make good Friday 1 night if he doesn't eat too many alfal j on new school house. At this writ I j ng ,| le building is about completed, They expect to have school in session 1 by Monday. Mrs. Roy Morton has ; been engaged as teacher, _ fa biscuits. Also our friend Mr. Zoller will be O. K. if he doesn't hurt him self running prairie dogs out of the ; o tin try. ; Owing to the bad weather our in dustrious men had to abandon work ♦ GAGE HAPPENINGS ♦ ♦+♦♦♦*♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦ "Gage for the county seat." Wm. Staley was in Roundup on busi 1 ness ,a8t Satur day. Malone Moutor came in from the ! "Biff Wall" the first of the week. The Ladies Sewing Club met with Mrs. Alex Thompson last Thursday. About nine ladies being present and all enjoyed a pleasant afternoon. Abram Jones, one of the prosperous farmers from the south side, called on frien( j s j n Roundup the first of the k ; Deputy Assessor Pickens was out \ Saturday trying to get in touch with j a few of the most important tax pay j e rs, and those likely to move from our county to another, j w. A. Lackey has commenced put j ting up buildings on his claim, and was j In Gage Wednesday loading up with j lumber. Mr. Lackey and bis son, B. E., have two of the finest claims in this part of the country. Deputy Sam Young was in Gage Wednesday summoning jurors for the present session of the district court. Louie Roy who came in last week with his family has got his house built and intends to move out his family Thursday. Mr. Roy is a blacksmith by trade and may open up a shop in the spring. C. E. DAVISON Abstracts of Title, Insurance, and Form Loans. My Abstract Recwrds An Absalatsly Up-to-Dat* ail Caaplata ia Every Detail ROUNDUP ■ • - MONTANA Our Line of Ladies' Shoes are the Snappiest Yet PRICES ARE RIGHT Hendrix Mercantile Co. WALK A BLOCK AND 8AVE A DOLLAR. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ DAVIS HAPPENINGS * ****+++****+++***+ Mr. Harvey, the book keeper, and Marshall Willison, clerk in the store here, have gone to No. Three until No. Four gets busy again. Sorry to lose the boys. John Collins went to Thermopolis Hot Springs. He is suffering from rheumatism and his friends hope the treatment at the springs will do him good. There will be another dance at Davis Saturday, March 16. Read Hendrix's ads in this issue. Deputy Game Warden T. A. Berken was down from Lewistown last Sat urday in connection with a case in justice court before Judge Webb. Mrs. Wm. A. Hubbs arrived here from Illinois to join her husband and children who came here several weeks ago. Mr. Hubbs Is employed in the mine at Klein.