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Buy it of Morse.
Three barbers at Noble's.
New fruit store—Basement, Grand
Just received, some diamonds of rare
quality.—Dean & Skeie.
George Hendershott of Lavina was
in the city the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Fassett of Big
Wall visited in the city last Saturday.
J. T. Hunter of Tyler was register
ed at the Commercial hotel last Satur
W. J. Krueger was down from La
vina to spend Monday in the county
Place your orders for canning fruits
with J. P. Harden, basement Grand
Carlsbad Stomach Specific, for all
stomach troubles—at the Corner Drug
Miss Lula Lucas came up from Glen
dive the first of the week for a short
visit with friends.
We have just received some new
Victrolas; have you heard them yet?
Price $25 to $40. Dean & Skeie.
The Montana Institute has added
to the shorthand departments the most
moder u systems of letter-filing. Stu
dents will be thoroughly instructed in
the use of these systems.
Stanley Collins came up from Mus
selshell Monday to spend the day in
the county seat. While here he was
busy talking over the situation with
some of the Democratic dopesters.
The Roundup postoffice lias been
notified that it would be allowed an
other clerk on the ltith of this month.
The large increase of business made
this new addition absolutely necessary.
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:
Comb honey, 10c per box; extracted.
51b pail 50c; 101b pail $1.00; GOlb pail
$5.50. Watch for the Elso Apiary
Honey Atito. Willis & Bell. 25-28
EQUIPMENT, SERVICE, FOOD.
These are the three essential require
ments of a first class restaurant. The
equipment must be pleasing to the
eye, the service must be quick and
efficient, and n
THE FOOD MUST BE PALATABLE
-At our well known restaurant you
will find all of these things as nearly
perfect as human ingenuity can make
them. Moderate charges on the menu.
I C. C. CORSETS
YOUR CORSET IS THE FOUNDATION OF STYLE. IT MUST AB
SOLUTELY CONFORM WITH FASHION'S DICTUM, EL8E ALL
THE INGENUITY OF YOUR DRESSMAKER OR TAILOR CAN
NOT POSSIBLY ATTAIN THE RESULTS THEY OR YOU WOULD
THE BEST PLAN THEN, 18 TO 8ELECT YOUR COR
SET BEFORE YOU 8ELECT YOUR SUIT, OR GO TO
BE MEA8UREP FOR YOUR GOWN. BUT BE SURE
YOU ARE GETTING THE NEW SEASON'S MODEL.
WE HAVE THE VERY LATEST PRODUCTIONS OF THE HOST
NOTED C0RSETIERS- - STYLES THAT ARE ABSOLUTELY COR
RECT, AND HADE TO GIVE SERVICE AND CONFORT TO THE
J. C. C. CORSETS
NABOBS, SMOKE NABOBS.
Boom and board, $30.00 per month,
at the Commercial.
E. L. Sheppard of'Lewistown was
in the city Monday.
All kinds of plumB at Marshall's.
$1.50 per four-basket crate.
Joe Nerbovig came up from Mussel
shell Monday for a short business
visit in Roundup.
H. E. Marshall returned yesterday
morning from a short visit in Minnea
polis and other eastern points.
A marriage license was issued on
Tuesday to James McCann and Anna
Metalla. Both parties are of this city.
Miss Maude Griffin returned Sunday
evening from Billings, where she at
tended the Yellowstone County Teach
The Record has been asked to an
nounce that the boys' and girls' in
dustrial contest in competition for
the free trips to the State fair will
be held only on one day, instead of
two. The date is Sept. 18.
E. E. Brewer, traveling immigration
agent of Chicago, was in the city Tues
(lay. Mr. Brewer's mission in Mon
tana is to make arrangements for a
large grain, vegetable and mineral ex
hibit for the Milwaukee exhibit car.
Tlie county superintendent of school
Miss Maude Griffin, announces this
week that the Musselshell County
Teachers' institute will be held on the
25th, 26, 27th and 28th of November.
Several prominent instructors will be
J. R. Buckley of Chicago was in the
city Monday. While here he took a
trip out into the country north of
town, and he was very much pleased
with that section. He is now serious
ly thinking of investing in Musselshell
county farm lands.
William L. Tillman of Musselshell,
the Republican candidate for county
assessor, was in the city Saturday.
Bill is receiving asurance of support
from all over the county front Republi
cans as well as Democrats, and as a
result feels quite happy.
Mrs. C. Bovee, a prominent dancing
teacher of this state, arrived here this
week and will open a dancing school.
Mrs. Bovee is a graduate of Prof.
Biggs' Dancing academy of New York,
and is a member of the American As
sociation of Dancing Teachers. She
will give her opening dance in New
ton's hall, Sept. 18.
in the September American Maga
zine appears the folowing about a
delegate at the Baltimore convention
who made a speec: 'The crowd lis
tened approvingly to frenzied speech
from a Southwestern statesman who
introduced an entirely new gesture
With his right hand outstretched he
made wild clutches at his shoulder
with his left hand. It turned out that
this was to emphasize his rhetoric
but that his galluses were slipping
He remarked to a fellow delegate as
lie came down from the platform: T
durn near lost my pants.' "
The President and the Secretary
of the Interior have ordered about one
and a half million acres of Indian
lands, in the former Shoshone tin
Wyoming), Uintah (in Utah), and
Crow (in Montana), Indian reserva
tions, to be sold at public auction by
James W. Witten, superintendent of
opening and sale of Indian lands, at
minimum prices ranging from 50c to
$1.50 per acre. The sales will begin
at Lander, Wyoming, on September
19; at Provo, Utah, on October 8, and
at Billings on October 21. Not more
than 640 acres will be sold to any one
purchaser on bids made in person or
through agents, and no residence or
cultivation will be required. Patents
will be issued as soon as the purchase
price is paid.
YOU WANT TO SELL, I pay the highest cash price
YOU WANT TO BUY, 1 sell for cash and give terms
YOU WANT TO TRADE, 1 take old furniture in exchange
I BUY AND SELL EVERYTHING
C. D. MORSE
NABOBS, SMOKE NABOBS.
Photos at Fairchild's Studio.
Famous for values—The Fad.
Try the "Up-to-date" massage.
Get your bundle fork at A. Shaw &
"Rings we sell and never tell."—
Dean & Skeie.
We buy good second hand grain bags
Anderson & Berven.
Miss R. Richards of Lewistown was !
a visitor in the city Monday.
W. J. Perkins of Musselshell was in
Roundup the first of tlie week.
C. B. Egge of Lavina transacted
business in the county seat Monday.
Mrs. C. E. Joyce of Broadview was
registered at the Grand hotel Satur-j
Tlie proverbial stork paid a visit to,
the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Ta-j
gatz on Tuesday of this week and left
a baby boy.
Mr. and Mrs. William Tagalz this,
week moved to town from their ranch:
northwest of here. They will stay j
here for tlie winter.
Tuffley is the name of a new post-'
office just established in Musselshell I
county. Tuffley is located six miles;
south of Glendale. C. L. Tuffley has
been appointed postmaster.
So far 55 applications for final citi
zenship papers have been made. The j
applicants will he given an examina- j
tion before Judge Pierson at the Oct-;
ober term of the district court.
Attorney T J. Mathews received a
telegram last Saturday informing him
that his sister was dangerously ill in j
Chicago. Mr. Mathews took the train!
here Sundnj morning for Chicago to!
he with her. j
M. W. Stockwell, in company with
the Griggs brothers, of St. Paul, who
are extensively interested in Mussel-,
shell valley land, came up from Mus- '
selshell by auto last Saturday to look
after some business affairs.
G. R. Potter, who has been em
ployed here the past several months
as an operator for the Continental ;
Telegraph company, resigned his po-|
sition tikis week. Rector Hillbourne of
Evansville, Ind., arived here Tuesday
to take his place.
Chicago, Sept. 9.—Some of the most
encouraging reports that the Repub
lican national committee here has re
ceived came floating in today when
word was sent to Western Chairman
Scott to the effect that the western
farmers are paying very little atten
tion to the early primaries, and are
busily engaged in attending to their
crops which promise in most instances
to be far ahead of those of last year.
Among the thousands of buyers from
all parts of the country the sentiment
is said to be growing that the re-elec
tion of Taft and good times will go
hand in hand. The influence of these
buyers when they return to ^their
homes will be tremendous. If they
are carrying the word out that Taft's
re-election means prosperity it is rea
lized that this will accomplish more
than any campaign managers can to
ward Republican success.
Report of the Condition of the
CITIZENS STATE BANK
at Roundup» in the State of Montana»
at tno Close of Business,
SEPTEMBER, 4. 1912.
Loans and Dis
cured and un
secured .... 500.03
tonds and war
rants ....... 8,160.00
Expenses over undivided
Banking house furniture
and fixtures .......... 5.385.00
Cash reserve in bank, viz:
Specie ......$ 3.705.19
Currency .... 6,416.00
Jue from banks
Checks and oth
er cash items
paid in .....$ 20.009.00
Surplus fund .. 3,500.00
to check.....$ 73,411.91
of deposit .. 48,542.11
Certified checks 200.00
outstanding . 744.15
ment deposits 15.226.46
Total ............... $161.624.63
jTATE OF MONTANA, COUNTY OF j
I. C. F. Rlchardon. Cashier of the
above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
C. F. RICHARDON. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 9th day of September. 1312.
IRWIN E. SCHNEIDER.
M. R. SWANSON.
N. R MCDONALD. Directors. i
Newark.—Out of a total enrolled
vote of approximately 1,850 in Ruth
erford, Bergen county, N. J., only 103
Republican and Democratic voters
could be persuaded to join a Bull
Moose club organized in that town this
week after a house to house canvass.
Rutherford was one of the strongest j
Roosevelt localities in the New Jersey ;
Trenton, X. J.. Sept. 9.—Right in
the heart of the Wilson camp the Re
publican state committee of New Jer-'
sey has thrown a bomb of incalculable
proportions. It is a neat little state,
meut, refuting tlie claims made on be
half of the Democratic presidential
candidate that lie has "revolutionized,
redeemed and righted" the govern
ment of the state of New Jersey. Says
tiie Republican committee:
"The mest astounding and ill-found
ed claims regarding tlie wonders of
gisiation accomplished by Governor
Wilson were spread broadcast by liis
publicity 'bureau to gain for him the
nomination for president. These in
most instances can be refuted by tlie
legislative records, which will show
that tlie great bulk of the remedial
and progressive legislation for the
benefit of the people and especially
for the benefit of the working class
lias had its inception if not its actual
enactment in Republican legislatures.
The governor's neglect of the current
business of the state should he ex
posed. together with his use of patron
age build up a personal political ma
chine, his shielding of a Democratic
state senator whom a majority of the
senate found guilty of betrayal of the
senatorial trust, and his calculated
use of the governorship to advance his
political fortunes in disregard of the
contract made with the people of New
Jersey to serve them faithfully as
their executive for the term of three
years. There is no lack pf ammuni
tion to conduct a winning finish
against the Democratic machine in
Report of the Condition of the
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
at Roundup in the State of Montana,
at the Close of Bueineee,
SEPTEMBER 4, 1912.
Loans and Discounts .....$141,888.89
Overdrafts, secured and un
secured ................. 1,438.02
U. S. Bonds to secure cir
culation ................ 7,000.00
Premiums on U. S. Bonds.. 70.00
Bonds, Securities, etc...... 65,990.86
Banking house, Furniture
and Fixtures ........... 7,321.55
Other Real Estate Owned.. 7,670.91
Due from Na
Due from State
savings banks 966.95
Due from ap
Checks and other
Cash Items... 4,007.92
clearing hodse 437.56
Notes of other —
National banks 5,555.00
els and Cents 366.97
Reserve i n
notes $ 1,900.00
- $ ««,«51.73
Redemption fund with U.
S. Treasurer (5 per cent
of circulation) .......... 360.00
Capital stock paid in......$ 25,000.00
Surplus Fund ............. 6,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Ex
penses and Taxes paid... 4,661.39
National Bank Notes Out
standing ................ 7,000.00
Due to approved Reserve
Agents ................. S15.39
cates of de
posit ....... 130.00
of deposit... 54,148.92
lash ier's checks
outstanding . 1,385.21
STATE OF MONTANA. COUNTY OF j
I. H. P. Lambert, Cashier of the ;
above named bank, do solemnly swear !
that the above statement is true to ;
the best of my knowledge and belief.
H. P. LAMBERT. Cashier, j
Subscribed and sworn to before me :
this 12th day of September. 1912.
DESMOND J. O'NEIL, Notary Public. |
M. M. KLEIN. !
H. F. CLEMENT, j
A. A. MORRIS. Directors. j
GET THE HABIT
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WALK A BLOCK AND SAVE A DOLLAR.
There is no Place Like Home
BBT YOU FEEL AT HONE WHILE DINING IN OUR
A Quiet, Uool, Secluded Place and the best of everything to
eat is awaiting you and your family or sweetheart.
Palace Hotel Gafe
FORMERLY JOHNSON HOTEL CAFE.
NEWTON LUMBER CO.
Leading Lumber Merchants of Roundup
We have furnised a large number of
t rosperou8 people with good HOMES,
et us fix you out with a comfortable
house at a reasonable price.
NEWTON LUMBER CO.
First Street East and Third Avenne, Ronndnp, Hoitua
SEPTEMBER 14, T2.
Hon. Thomas J. Walsh
CANDIDATE FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR
Hon. Thomas Stout
CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS
Meeting will begin at 8 p.
Come Everybody, Ladies Especially
JOHNSON HARD TO CHEER.
Chicago, Sept. 9.—Governor Hiram :
W. Johnson of California, vice-presi
dential candidate on the Progressive
ticket, conferred with Western lead
ers at headquarters here today. It is 1
said that the Progressives gave the*
governor some pretty plain talk about j
what they consider his pessimistic at-,
titude in regard to tlae Bull Moose's;
success in November, but he sticks \
to the belief that he expects to con-i
tinue as governor of California.
DEBS AND 8EIDEL IN NEW YOR(
New York, Sept 9.—The
will hold one of the biggest rneetlu
of the tampalgn at Madison Sqv
Garden, this city, tonight. Engen«
Debs and Emil Seidel, candidates
president and vice-president, will
cuss the issues of the campaign.
Clothes cleaned and pressed at ti|