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MAKE $5,00 Saturday
BEFORE SEEING THE BOSTON BLOOMERS PLAY OUR CLASSY BALL TEAM SUNDAY TREMENDOUS LARGE CLOTHING SALE $5.00 Slashed Off Each and Every Suit in Our Large and Up-to-Date MEN'S STORE Including Our Famous Line of HART. SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHING sv m . i » '**— V- .-A4 A '1 VIM1 ■%,, w /a '/î ; Need Anything in Ties, Hose, Cool Underwear, Shirts? QRUCE P rrcs. Special Sale Walk-Over Shoes. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ LOCAL NEWS ITEMS * ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ D. L. Miller of Lavina, spent Sunday in Roundup. Wm. H. Herran of Melstone was in the city Tuesday. W. A. Ostrander and wife were in from Fattig Monday. K. B. Dietz of Livingston was in the city last Sunday. Miss Julia Cartwright was up from Musselshell Wednesday. J. H. Grant and Harry Lambert spent Sunday in Butte. W. J. Cruse of Helena was register ed at Johnson hotel Tuesday. E. E. Bradish came down from La vina for a short visit Wednesday. O. S. Hamilton came down from La vina Sunday to spend the day here. George McCleary of Musselshell was registered at the Grand hotel Sunday. F. E. Renshaw was in the city on legal business several days this week. E. M. Moore of Stanford was in Roundup visiting with friends over Sunday. Thomss Flynn and wife were up from Delphia Sunday for a short visit with friends. Lars Marshal of Harlowton was registered at the Commercial hotel last Saturday. Mrs. M. A. Hewitt and children of Butte is visiting with her two sisters here. Mesdames Evans and Jameson. ^ f . I -e* — » -—0— Colonel Çrull left last week for Chi cago, where he will attend Hie Re publican national convention, June 18, as an alternate from Montana. He will also visit his old home, which is near Chicago, and it is rumored here that the Colonel will not return alone. The Fad took another step towards citifying Roundup last Saturday night when that popular store employed a two-piece orchestra to furnish sweet music for the large crowds that visit that store every Saturday night. Pro gressiveness seems to crop out all ' over in the proprietor of the Fad. 1 a EVERY STEP IN ADVANCE IS A STE4» AWAY FROM THE CROWD. EVERY TIME YOU IN CREASE YOUR BANK ACCOUNT EVEN IF ONLY A DOLLAR—YOU ARE MAKING ANOTHER STEP IN ADVANCE. THE GOOD BUSINESS HABITS YOU WILL FORM IN BUILDING UP YOUR ACCOUNT AND CREDIT WILL BE WORTH TO YOU FULLY AS MUCH AS THE MONEY YOU WILL HAVE SAVED AND MATERIALLY COUNTS FOR Y CUR FUTURE SUCCESS. Citizens State Bank n. r. McDonald I. E. SCHNEIDER M. R. SWANSON. DIRECTORS: D. W. SLAYTON GEO D. MILLS C. F. RICHA9D0N H. 0. BRITTON ---- 1 ■w ry ■■ ■ » SMOKE NABOB. HAVANA CIGARS. Private dining rooms at the Johnson Jafe. District court convenes here Mon day. Mayer shoes are better, sells them. Marshall a Thursday morning, Frank Urs went ' out to a nearby coal tipple and hung 1 himself.—Fergus County Democrat. J. W. v Newton is the owner of a new Ford touring car. Earl C. Geiger was in from the Big Wall country Tuesday. Ward Bely of Harlowton is spend ing the week in the city. John Mine of Rothiemay was in the city the first of the week. Nels Haugan of Straw, Montana, was a Roundup visitor Wednesday. Anna A. Peterson and Hanna Nel son were in from Flatwillow Tuesday. George W. Hendershott of Lavina was seen on the streets of Roundup Sunday. R. M. Caukins, Jr., passed through Roundup on the westbound Olympian yesterday. L. E. Gordon of Belgrade, Montana, was registered at the Commercial ho tel Wednesday. W. S. Stranahan, a prominent Rothi emay rancher, spent Sunday with friends in Roundup. William Sudduth, a Boston wool buyer, was in the city a short time yesterday morning. Mrs. S. H. Stambough of Weebow ar rived here yesterday morning for a short visit with her sister, Mrs. Prof. Baird. , ^ Çharlie Cool; returned last week from Bozeman, where he has been at tending the Agricultural college the past several months. He will spend his vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Cook. After making a vicious and mur derous attack on his partner, Paul Holiday, as the latter was lying asleep in his bed in a cabin on the Sam Phillips ranch, east of town, last MISS VERA HUGHES One of the Candidates in The Record's Grand Prize Contest. Try the "Up-to-date" massage. The Bungalloo on Railway Ave. Kalsomine, all colors, at Marshall's. Dinner parties a specialty—Johnson Cafe. Blacksmith coal shall's. for sale at Mar The coolest place in Roundup—John son Cafe. Baby chick feed, gritts and shells at the Feed Store. If it is a prescription, look for the Red Cross, Blair's Drug Store. Thomas Hogan of Broadview was in the city the first of the week. —o— A. McArthur of Glendive visited in Roundup several days this week. L. Kineher was in from Forest Grove on a short business visit Monday. —o— McCormirk mowers and binders are sold at Marshall's. — Ü — Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kiselein spent Sunday on their ranch in the Belt I mountains. R. E. Fairday of Manhattan, Mon ana, was registered at the Commercial ! hotel Tuesday. | _ ! Ladies are particularly invited to j make ü». of the elegant batarocm j iust t P d up at the Commercial Hotel., Mrs. Belle Ferguson and daughter! Minnie were in town yesterday from their homesteads three miles north of j Delphia. We understand that the shooting ; gallery between the Eagle saloon and the Poarman & Boarman law office will be opened again in the next few , days. —o— Improvements are being made at the ' local coal docks this week. A new mechanical hoist will take the place of the old one, and another track will be put in. —o— The Record received a postal from Charles Brookman, Seattle. Wash., stating that he and his wife are spend ing a short time in that city, and are enjoying themselves, —o— On account of a washout on the N. P. Ry. on the other side of For sythe that road has been compelled to run all its fast trains through on the Milwaukee as far as Lombard yesterday and today. —r>— * + + + + + *■*• + ** + + ♦♦ + ♦ 4* THE SEVERSON ROOMING + + HOUSE All Roor-s Newly Furnished Located over >-c'cn & Co. Dry Goods Store Vr. s-r-lieit your patronage on he rreri'P of the houre. which : rof-a-rr, i- rverv way. Elec ric ! ipt-t. p.a'h Boom—baths ' «opiTrte f-r.o t c all trues*?, '-pec r*rv »rn-'era*" Three barbers at Noble's. NABOBS, SMOKE NABOBS. —o— Photos at Fairchild's Studio. —o— For the best furniture come to Mar shall's. Come to the tickets. Bungaloo for your meal I he ® n '> his wife h!,vo si.on.li.m worth or money back at Fresh groceries arrive every day at Marshall's, \lways pure and whole some. —o— M. M. Carton of Musselshell trans acted business in the city the first of the week. A full line of beds, mattresses and springs for sale at low prices at Krue ger & Tulgestke. —o— Ten children received their first holy communion from Fr. Mueller on last Sunday. Contractor .7. H. Grant has a crew of carpenters working at Twodot at .he present time. —o— Seth Johnson of Belmont transacted business in the Miracle of the Mussel shell last Saturday. George Hardin, the post master from White Sulphur Springs, was in Round up for a few days' visit this week. Albert Duelling, one of the progres sive drylanders from the Big Wall country, was in town last Saturday. Mrs. Hamilton Wright arrived here Monday from Ann Harbor, Michigan, to join her husband at this place for the summer. The Zevila Jlirija No. 114 is giving a big dance in Union hall at No. Three Saturday, June 22. Everybody is in vited to attend. • _ <W - S. H. Ramsell returned this week from Hong Beach, California, where the winter. Mr. Ramsell intends to locate in Roundup again, but at the present time he has not decided what ! , '" sinf,ss he w,n ,ak, ' "»*• Mrs ' i | sp " win arrive shor,ly ' Th " ir niany I ! friends will l)e pleased to learn of j their return. It is a Well Known Fact That this store carries the largest and most up-to-date stock of Men's and Boys* Clothing in Roundup. /■ S T, V* > □ Nif ty , good fitting and up-to-date suits- That's the kind we handle AUGUST SCHRUMP NABOBS. SMOKE NABOBS. SMOKE NABOB,HAVANA CIGARS —o— When you think shoes—think Hen drix. Buy Skeie. tlic wedding ring at Dean & "Rings we sell and never tell."— Dean & Skeie. All kinds of hay tools will be found at Marshall's. —o— We buy good second hand bags. Anderson & Eerven. grain There is nothing better than the Johnson Cafe Sunday dinner. Paris green. Buy it at Marshall's. Best quality; lowest price. A complete line of Eastman kodnkB and supplies at Dean & Skeie. C. E. Ward of Glendfve was regis tered at the Grand hotel last Saturday. "Red" the chef at the Johnson Cafe ives up to his reputation—None bet ter. Delegates to the third annual con vention of tin* Montana Good Roads congress, to be held at Anaconda on July S and were appointed Wednes day by Governor Norris. The dele gales from Musselshell county are, M. M. Klein, Frank Wall, C. II. Handel, J. II. Mclinughton and Joe Pyle. Let Us Help You Figure It || NO USE WORRYING YOUR HEAD OFF, TRYING TO FIG URE OUT HOW MUCH THE MATERIAL FOR THAT NEW BARN, OR SHED, OR HOUSE WILL COST YOU. FIGURING SUCH COSTS TS OUR BUSINESS. WE'LL BE VERY GLAD TO HAVE YOU STOP IN AND LET US MAKE YOU AN ESTIMATE ON ANY LUMBER OR BUILDING MATERIAL YOU MAY NEED. YOU WILT, INCUR NO OBLIGATION BY SO DOING. : Newton Lumber Co. !; Leading Lumber Merchants oi Roundup Tim barbers at Noble's. Everything for I Iendrix's. spring cleaning at Just received, some diamonds rare quality, at Dean & Skeie. of Clothes cleaned and pressed. Phone 29. GRADY & REDMAN, tailors. We flours handle the Gold Medal and Isis None 1 etter. The Feed Store. Paul Yikeus of Glendive spent sev eral days in the city on business this week. —o— Wo have just received some new Victrolns; have you heard them yet? Price $25 to $40. Dean & Skeie. The Record failed to mention last week that Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morlse, parents of the popular second hand man of this place, arrived here a short time ago from Missouri. They intend to make their home In this city. J. W. Keeley, division freight and passenger agent of the C., M. & P. S. Ry., of Miles City, was in town a short time Saturday. Mr. Keeley said that Miles Town was getting ready for a Itig Fourth of July celebration. Part of the Cruse wool clip is at present time being hauled into Round up. About 100.000 pounds are already stored in the local warehouse. The Cruse clip was one of (lie first to be sold this year. The price received was 14 1-2 cents.