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A Tremendous Sale of Clothing
Final and Absolute Clearing of All Men's Summer Suits
REVOLUTIONARY METHODS EMPLOYED TO RID THIS STORE'S BIG STOCK OF MEN'S SUMMER SUITS. THE SE A
SON PASSING HAS BEEN A TREMENDOUSLY BIG ONE. TO ACCOMODATE THE FAl) BUSINESS IT IS NECESSARY TO
PROVIDE IMMENSE QUANTITIES FOR CHOOSING. AS THE SEASON ADVANCES THE NEEDS LESSEN PROPORTION
ATELY UNTIL THE SEASON'S END, THEN IT DISAPPEARS. THESE STOCKS MUST GO. HEAD 0 X 1 !
Positively Every Suit in the Stock Involved
NOTHING HELD OUT— NOTHÏNG RESERVED. THERE ARE MANY WEEKS BEFORE YOU'LL NEED THE WINTE R
CLOTHES AND THESE SUITS, AT FRACTIONAL RATES, WILL BRIDGE THE TIME BETWEEN. IT IS THE GRE \TEST <!• V§
SALE OF ITS CLASS IN YEARS. YOU WONT FIND ITS EQUAL IN YEARS. . ®
Four Impressive, Sensational Lines
TO FACILITATE YOUR BUYING THE STOCK HAS BEEN ASSORTED INTO FOUR LINES. These Four Cover Evervthi
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Fine Oxfords Deeply Cut
Men who appreciate high quality- have made this a busy department
and a rousing sale. They find in them tans, gun-metal, patents—just
what they come for—Walk-Over and Stetson dress half shoe. They
have their feet fitted in the best.
$3.50, $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00 values, and they get them O C
—as you can get them at................................................
SUMMER UNDERWEAR MUST GO
50 cent values at........25 cents
75 cent values at........40 cents
$1.00 values at................50 cents
It is the Fad System to not have
a single Summer garment left
when the winter stock arrives.
100 Suits Will Be Placed On Sale
$32.50, $50.00, $27.50 and $25.00 values all
(see THE WINDOW Fill, OF THEM)
They are Undoubtedlv the Greatest Value ever Offered.
FURNISHING GOODS MARKED DOWN
Biggest Saving in Shirts, $1.50 and $2.00 values at....................85 cents
Belts, ox er 25 dozen, 75 cents and $1 values at........................50 cents
STRAW HATS. Any straw hat in the store at A 1
value from $2.00 to $5.00 tbl iUU
SPECIAL CUT ON TROUSERS
SPECIAL CUT ON TIES
SPECIAL CUT ON PRACTICALLY
EVERYTHING YOU WISH TO BUY
BRUCE vQ £D / G;* JW p/?r<r.
REMEMBER WE DO NOT SELL
SUMMER GOODS IN WINTER
TIME THAT iS EHE REASON
FOR THIS BIG SALE.
♦ LOCAL NEWS ITEMS + I
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Buy it of Morse.
F- H. Clark of Enior> spent Sunday j
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All kinds of hay tools will be found ,
at Marshall s. !
J elly glasses, 45c per dozen at the j
Wonder Vanety Store. ;
W . H. Howery came up from Mussel
shell Sunday to spend the day. i
Pvnnvnttnc eommoneeH «utiir.i
day forthe newCatholTc churoh. 1 i
Miss Dora Hart of Elso was régis- !
tered at the Palace Hotel Sunday.
Place your orders for canning fruits j
with J. P. Harden, basement Grand I
Editor and Mrs. Lockridge of |
Graphic from Melstone were in the city J
^°u should have one of those self '
ranges at A. j
Shaw & C°- ____ „„„.ling
. ^ an ?* a f * la I e i
£ uit . 3 !v.w"l j c e "L glaSSeS 8t th ® !
Wonder Variety Store. !
The excatation of the First National t
bank building has been completed and
, .. .____. __. ______ .__so
work on the foundation is progres_ing
R. Condon, of the Condon & Co. firm,
left Send,.,' morning 1er Great Falb ;
and other Montana points, where he I
will visit several days. I
J. C. Roberts and A. E. Anderson of
Denver, Colo., are spending several
days in Roundup. They represent a
powder firm and are here demons trat
ing a new powder for mine work.
Scn. John Edwards of Forsyth was j
in the city Monday. The senator holds |
the honor of having introduced In the
senate the bill creating Musselshell
County, and while here he expressed
himself as being proud of it.
Money invested in horses, cattle and
hogs in Montana shows material in
creases in this year's assessment re -1
turns over those of a year ago, while
the money invested in sheep has mark- j
edly declined, according to figures com.
piled by J. J. Ryan, clerk of the state j
board of equalization.
NEWTON LUMBER CO.
Leading Lumber Merchants of Roundup
We Sell Good Lumber to
Good People at Low Prices.
NEWTON LUMBER CO.
First Street Eut tad Third Aveaie, Roandup, Montana
Sell it to Morse.
SMOKE NABOB, HAVANA CIGARS.
Clothes cleaned and pressed at the
Baby chick feed, gritts and shells at
the Feed Store.
i Rev. Hutt left Monday for Fort
j Q en t on t Q attend the eonfei •ence.
Carlsbad Stomach Specific, for all
, stomach troubles—at the Corner Drug
j ' cle ;. k and Recorder Dralle attend
; e( i the dance at Melstone Wednesday
n j gllt
i j ke p ar ty that stole a shoe from the
i 1,0 .* 1 .. is kl " dly requested to cal1 and
^et its mate.
! Geo Mc Cleary was a passenger to
Melstone Wednesday evening to take
j |n the dance at that p lace .
R. A. Prater of Billings, state boiler
inspector, is in Roundup this week
Inspecting boilers in Roundup and sur
rounding co « n try.
On account of some work being done
on the Old Roundup bridge this week,
several autos got stuck while attempt
to ford the river at that point.
11 re< l"ired a team of horses in each
case to pull them out.
p. s. Olson, the popular landlord of
the Grave8 Hotel of Harlowton, and al
the manager of the ball team of
that plat . e was j n t jj e c j ty Monday.
Pete was here for the purpose of siz
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^ 18 understood that part of the
|Cresswell herd of cattle that was run
l as * December have been located
the lower Musselshell country near
Mosby* s< ? me dead catt, ff re . a ! so
found in that section which it is be
H®ved belonged to the herd,
Having a bumper crop of honey and
having been unable to make arrange
ments with the Roundup merchants to
handle the same at a satisfactory
price to ourselves and customers, we
desire to make deliveries direct to our
customers once each week, beginning
Saturday, Aug. 17 and each Saturday
[thereafter at the following prices:
j Comb honey, 16c per box;extracted,
51b pail 65c; 101b pail $1.25; 601b pail
j $6.50. Watch for the Elso Apiary
Honey Auto. Willis & Bell. 21-25p.
Trade it to Morse.
Get your bundle fork at A- Shaw &
F. K. Crothers of Ryegate was in the
-Vl. A. Dorva of Waldheim was in
the city yesterdây.
We have just received a carload of
oats. The Feed Store.
Glen Smith ol Clara was in the city
on business Wednesday.
Jeorge N. Griffin was a business
visitor to Ryegate yesterday.
A complete line of Eastman kodaks
and supplies at Dean & Skeie.
"uu »urr«« »«au tv or,tic.
J- H. Egan of Billings was registered
at the Grand hotel Thursday.
F. C. Hile of Billings transacted
business in Roundup Thursday.
Oscar Mannis of Lewistown was in
the city Wednesday on business. ;
We handle the Gold Medal and Isis .
flours. None better. The Feed Store,
A baby girl was born to Mr. and j
Mrs. Arthur H. Nelson Sunday, August
Teddy Barron went up to White
Sulphur Springs Tuesday for a short ;
I Carlsbad Stomach Specific, for all
. stomach troubles—at the Corner Drug
I Miss Augusta Wolff of Watertown,
! Wisconsin is visiting with her cousin,
] Mrs. Jens Jensen.
H. E. Marshall went up to Harlow
ton on business Tuesday morning, re
turning the next day.
W. A. Acton and son, M. A. Acton,
bought the Krueger & Tulgestke un
dertaking business this week.
The Johnson Hotel will hereafter
be * k tie \vn' aU'the PaTace * H otek ^The
ame being changed this week.
F. M. Shortreed, of Geddes, S. D..
j is visiting at the home of E. L. Nichols
: of the Thompson Flat country.
I Carl H. Chamberlain is at present
I drawing plans for two new school
j houses to be built by school district
Misses Helen Lyons and Ester Suli
van came down from Twodot last
night for a short visit with friends at
j Have you seen the RANGE ETER
NAL at A. Shaw & Co.? It's the
I newest and best malleable range on
! the market.
I The contractor having a set of plans
for the new cathlic church in Round
; up is kindly requested to return same
j to Father Mueller.
i Carl H. Chamberlain leaves in a few
days for Melstone where he has a con
tract to put up some range buildings
for the Neaee Cattle company.
County Attorney D. J. O'Neil left
Monday night for a several week's
absence. From here he went to Glen
dive and from there he will accompany
his father to Canada. James E. Potts
is acting as county attorney in Mr.
j Jake Kiarszis was brought down
from Lavina Tuesday by Sheriff Fiseo
; and given a hearing in the evening
before the county commissioners and
Drs. Pigot and Welsh as to his sanity.
Xs a result of the hearing Mr. Kiars
zis was committed to Warm Springs.
't developed during the hearing that
he had been acting strangely and that
he threatened to kill several parties.
^red Koenig of Lavina was the com
SMOKE NABOB, HAVANA CIGARS.
New fruit store—Basement, Grand
Buy the wedding ring at Denn &
Blacksmith coni for snle nt Mar
Ladies' and children's hose, 10c. At
the Wonder Variety Store.
Attorney E. .1. (Tull spent Thursday
idlings transacting legal business.
He returned this morning.
David Hilger, W. II. Fergus and
unes Mayme drove in from Lewis
town by auto Tuesday night. They
ci.mi ,11.10 iie son.v mglli. met
spent the night in Roundup, leaving
the tn-xt morning.
Rmipdup Homestead No, 3995
Hrotlieriiood of American Yeomen met
in Newton's Hall Wednesday evening,
After the business session dancing was
indulged in, and ice cream and cake
served to the members.
Samuel Cresswell, who was arrested
Hast week on a charge of resisting an
'officer, was given a hearing yesterday
forenoon before Judge Webb. He was
bound over to the .nstrict court and
his bond was fixed at $500.00.
JOHN JACOB, JR.
EASY TO PLEASE
WILL TRY TO WORRY THROUGH
LIFE ON AN INSIGNIFICANT
New York, Aug. 15.—That little
1 ?'\ n t ,. Ja 'LL, j!) e
of Mrs. Astor, widow of Colonel John
Jacob Astor, a Titanic victim, will
have to worry through life on the
three million dollars provided for him
in lits father's will, was indicated here
. . . . . , .
,a 'l a V-.. ,n „! t „ at . eme , n , l „..
, , .,
;n m >'husband s u ill.
vision tor the child has not been d.s
cussed but a contest of the will is not
Astor's attorney. Mrs. Astor said,
•'the attorney always evpro.-<-'.i] sym
pathy over tlie provisions ot ti.>* agree
IMPROVEMENTS AT KEENE MINE.
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v»« be raised four fe et
Tipple Being Raised So That Addition
al Screen May Be Installed.
Work is in progress at the old Keene
mine, now operated by the Pine Creek
Coal Company, to raise the old tipple.
This is being done to permit the in
stallation of an additional screen. The
Mayer shoes are
miners TAKE NORTH
~ ERN COURSE
New York. Aug. 15.—Transatlantic
; tiers leaving European ports today
;or America and starting from Ameri
(i)n 1)n rts to European cities, will take
,. ie short northern course. For the
, ia « t f e w months the steamships have
been taking the southern course,
vv hir-h is 110 miles longer, to avoid
j ce beri*.
Three barbers at Noble's.
BLACK BOY'S PRESS AGENT
I STILL BUSY WITH WIRES
i Chicago, Aug. 15. After about two
! weeks .lack Johnson, heavy weight
I'ltampion of the world, is today pre
paring to meet Joe Jeannette, having
«igned articles for a 10-round, no de
cision bout before the SI. Nichols club
in New York next monlli. Johnson is
to receive a guarantee of $25,000, with
the promise of 50 per cent, of the
gross receipts and also a interest In
ill'* moving picture films.
BOOTBLACK AND ANOTHER
BOY HOT AFTER A FORTUNE
Vancouver, It. Aug. 15. Alvin
McClaren, a bootblack, and another
boy at Calgary are expected here* litis
week to claim a fortune of $1,000 left
by ;i brother. The brother willed the
money to him provided that his wife
have the use of it for one year. The
year lias expired and MrClaren will
assert ltis right. The widow is ex
ported to contest the property which
onsists of real estate.
Instruments Filed in the Office of the
County Clerk and Recorder Dur
ing the Past Week.
Register, Lewistown to Ol
Langve, NE 1 ;, 20-6-23.
Peler McKinnon to Viola M.
Kinnon, SK 1 .«, 24-5-19, $3,000.00.
Milwaukee Land Co. to Isabella
Stockwell, lots 13-14-15-16-17-18, blk 18,
Sheriff's deed under foreclosure to
Citizens State bank, Roundup, lots 4
and 5, blk 27. and west 30 feet of lots
8-9-10-11, blk 27, Roundup, also brick
building known as Johnson hotel,
E. S. to William Wilson, SW>4, 4
8 - 22 .
Estel 1 C. Parks to M. M. Klein, E^
W ' 2 , 34-8-25, except tract, in NW>4 of
NE 1 1 NW >4, $1.00.
Phrene Junge to Hans Overvaag,
\Y \<t and E>4, 23-7-22, $1.00 and vacate.
Edward W. Radford to L. R. Wald
ron, et al, SW q, 34-7-22, $1 and vacate.
S. N. Sallume to Louise M. Sallume,
SW>4 34; all 27-29 and 33, Twp 7-22.
I X 1 2 , 4-6-22. $1.00 and vacate.
I M. M. Klein to Alfred Simpson and
Estell C. Parks, 8*4 acres in SW corner
Section 27-8-25. $1.00.
* CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS ♦
Bisljop Brewer and the Rev. J.
Phillip Ansbutz will be in Roundup for
services on Sunday, August 25 at
11 a. m. and 8 p. m. at the old Pioneer
Hall. This is the annual visitation of
Bishop Brewer. Everybody la cordial
i !y invited.
E STRAY ED—Big gray team of mares,
weight about 1,400 pounds each; one
is branded W tW bar) on shoulder;
both have ropes around neck. Re
ward of $15.oo. Oscar lielgerson,
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Since we have disposed of our fur
niture department we are devoting ail
our time and energy lo our meat
market. We feel that we can now
give Ute publie unexcelled service.
KRUEGER & TULGESTKE.
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+ ROUNDUP MARKET REPORT ♦
+ Friday, Aug. 16, 1912. *
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Hurd Spring Wheal........sic
Northern Wheat ..........70c
Northern Wheat ..........68c
Northern Wheat ...........65c
Turkey Red Wittier ........66c
Turkey Red Winter .......64c
Flak ..................... $1.49
Flax ..................... $1.44
4* THE SEVERSON ROOMING ♦
* HOUSE «
x --- 6
All Rooms Newly Furnished +
Located over +
Condon 4L Co. Dry Goods Store +
XVe solicit your patronage on ♦
the merits of the house, which ♦
is modern in every way. Elec- ♦
trie Light, Bath Room—baths ♦
absolutely free to all guests. ♦
Prices very moderate. ♦
V * * .p * .j. + + ^ + <?t * .j, +
S T O M A C H I
t r — 1
AN ABSOLUTE SPECIFIC
FOR ALL STOMACH
Cures Heartburn, Sour Stom
ach. Gastritis, and all trou
bles arising from fermenta
tion of food.
This is not a digestant. but
makes the stomach perform
its functions as nature In
I TO CWtltBt MPC STORE