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Get a key at "The Hub"
A business meeting of the. school
board is being held this afternoon in
Judge Meili's otice.
Shelving, showcases, etc. for sale.
Inquire at the Havre Pharmacy,
Mitchell & O'Farrell's old stand.
The Royal Neighbors of America
will meet next Saturday evening at
Chestnut's hall. A full attendance is
H. W. Stringfellow has a ,force of
men at work this week on the addi
tion to his store which will be extend
ed to the alley.
A Republican club was organized at.
the opera house last evening with
somethinglike thirty members. There
are still a few members yet to solicit.
Mrs. Gus I)ecelles left for Devils
Lake, N. D., last evening upon re
ceipt of a telegram announcing the
serious illness of her son, Leslie Wel
The celebrated "Palmer" Cloak,
Suit and Skirt house will give an op
ening at Ilavre Commercial Co's.
store, Friday, Sept. 3 )t 11. 70o) differ
ent styles. Make your selection now.
Three lal;orers at lie post were ar
rested this week and brought before
. udge McI ltyre today charged with
robbing a fellow worker. They were
each tined $25 and costs, with 30 days
in jail at Fort Benton thrown in.
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E, O. CARRUTH, LOCAL AGENT,
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Whave any HIDES, PELTS OR FURS
Take them to--
The St. Paul House
And get full market price IN CASH.
A. BERNIIEIM, Prop.
C. M. JOHNSON LEAVES.
C. M. Johnson and estimable family
.depart .for St. Paul, Minn., this ev
ening, where Mr. Johnson has been
~ssigned to a position ht the Great_
Northern shops as general machine
foreman. C. H. Spengler will succeed
Mr. Johnson as foreman of the shops
Last evening Mr. Johnson and faim
ily were somewhat surprised when
their home was taken possession of by
about forty of their friends from the
shops, who came to pay them a fare
well visit. A mandolin orchestra was
brought into play and the time was
sociably passed and wound up with a
"smoker." Mr. Johnson has been
prominent among society circles here
and his departure is regretted by all.
A MUSICAL EVENT.
Chas. J. Kops, of Great Falls, will
give a piano recital at "The Fair"
next Saturday evening, commencing
at 7:30 o'clock, to which all are invit
ed. It is seldom Havre is offered such
a treat of this nature and if this
event proves a pronounced success
"The Fair" will continue to give free
concerts every Saturday evening.
Gourley Bros. now have their new
bakery and confectionery store in or
der. While their new stock will be
materially increased within the next
few days, it would be hard to add to
the brightness of the new store at
the present time.
A dancing club will be organized at
McIntyre's hall, next; Tuesday even
ing for the purpose of giving weekly
dances throughout the winter, and it
is the desire of the organisers to have
as many of Iavre's dancers present
as possible. The initiation fee is to
be $1.00 and as soon as a sufficient
amount of money is on hand a free
A HOME PRODUCT
A UNION MADE BEVERAGE
-ASK FOR IT
Made Only From The Purest Malt
HAVRE BREWING COMPANY.
Patronize A Home Brew
We Patronize You
The Greatest of Care is
Used in the Preparation of
this Beer, and it Contains
Nothing But the Pure, Nat
CALL AT THE BREWERY AND THE
MOST COURTEOUS TREATMEMT
WILL BE EXTENDED TO YOU.
HAVRE BREWING CO.,
The Olympia Bar
0. M. DOUGHERTY, Prop,
Most Popular Resort in Town
Make it your headquarters.
_Swanton's Livery Corner=
dance will be given to the members
of the club. This is something that
is needed and the boys will promptly
respond to the call for members.
"The Fair" has installed a hand
some piano in the suit and cloak de
partment and will give free concerts
every Saturday evening, to which all