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May be marred by a small detail, - for instance, coffee that is not
Ch se & Sanborn's experts know why it is. A SOCIAL TRIUMPH purMay be marred by a small detail, - for Cnstance, coffee that scan be produced, roasted and packedot all that it should be. Thae your social functionzes thisa success, if yousecial would have harmosey and enjoyment in your home at all times, buy, and insist upop getting Chase & Sanborn's Coffees. It Coffees that your grocer wil s' y ou in highly colored, parch-es. Shment-lined bags, you may rest assure to pl ease coffee connoisseurs eal She als o knows that it does not have injurious after-effects. puThest and bes Coffee that can be produced, that beautiful proast-wine color befored scientifically, and golden abovf ter cream so much desirated by coffee lovers. DESROSIER'S DEPARTMENT STORE C. W. YOUNG Prop. AL G. GRAY, Mgr. MONTANA CONCERT HALL AGENT FOR Great Falls Brewing Co. Keg Beer. The best of old Whiskeys, Wines and Liquors. HAYRE, * ' - MONTANA. t. W. GROSS General Hardware and Furniture Harness, Saddles, Crockery and Glassware Carpets and Shades, Paints and Oil, Coffins and Caskets. Licensed Embalmers. COOKS AND WAITERS ORGANIZE Elect Officers and Prepare to Put Themselves on a Working Basis. The Cooks and Waiters' union was organized at Chestnut's Hall Thurs day evening by Organizer Webber, of the Trades and Labor Assembly of this city. There was a good attend ance and the following officers were elected and installed: President-Wmin. Curliss. Vice President-John Roller. Rec. Sec.-Pearl Webber. Fin. Sec. and Treas.-Dot Foster. Inspector-Norman Jackson. Guardian-Frankie Bertnan. Warden-Jos. Jaraurd. After the installation ceremonies, President Purcell, of the Trades and Labor Assembly, favored the meeting with a brief address, calculated to stimulate the members in their work. PATRONIZE HOME. A great, deal of dissatisfaction ex ists among local mechanics and laborers, due to the fact that the Great Falls contractors, who have se cured contracts for buildings here, are employing nothing but men from the outside, while there are just as good local tradesmen walking the streets idle. These men have stood by the town and spent their money here for several years and it is to the interest of every business man in the city that home consumers be given the preference. LOCAL MENTION R. G. Greene, of Galata, was In the city last week and left a subscrtption for the HERALD. Mr. and Mrs. Turner, Dan and Martin O'Neil were visitors from the mountains this week. Wm. Murray returned from North Dakota Friday, where he distributed a couple of carloads of Montana horses. A. W. Morrell and Alexander Mc Loughry were in from the Bear Paws the latter part of last week on busi ness errands. The clothing and boot and shoe de partments of Peter DesRosier's Store were both replenished this week with a bright, new stock. Bids for the erection of the First National Bank building at the corner of First street and Third avenue will be received next week. Peter DesRosier returned from the Alhambra hot springs last week, ac companied by Mrs. DesRosier, who has been absent for a month. The wholesale business of West Brothers has increased to such an ex tent that it necessitated them mak ing additional room to their cellar. Welch, Mishaw & Robinson have completed plastering the Carnal building on Frist street, and the building will soon be ready for occu pancy. John Lamey and Ole Walen and families made a trip to the Bear Paws the fore part of the week, and were the guests of Martin O'Neil and fam ly for a day. E. R. McNeil, formerly resident en gineer here, was in the city Friday and Saturday. He is now located at Edmunton, where he holds a position with the Canadian Pacific railroad. Every business man and profession al man in Havre should be represent ed in the columns of the HERALD. It is a good investment and besides makes a good showing for the town. J. R. Bowling expects to move into his new location-the Cassidy building next week. With the finest fixtures that can be procured, it is needless to say that"Jim's Place" will be more than up-to-date. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Wescott left Sunday for Manila, P. I., where they expect to locate permanently. Mr. Wescott has accepted a government position in the department of public instructions at that place. M. and Mrs. Wescott have been prominent residents here for the past eight years, and the best wishes of their Havre friends go to the other side of the world with them. ENCOURAGING WORDS. A. C. Lender, who was formerly in charge of the Independent, is preparing to start a paper of his own at Havre, Mont. The town is a railway division point, is somewhat larger than Groton and heretofore has had but one news paper. Bert knows all about what type and presses are made for, and ought to make a big success with his new paper.-Groton (S. D.) Independ ent. We learn from an exchange that A. C. Lender is soon to establish a news paper at Havre, Montana. In 1895 Mr. Lender had charge of the me chanical department of the Marshall (Minn.) Leader, which we established at that place. Bert is a pastmaster of the printing business in all its de partments, and it is a foregone con clusion the new paper will meet with success.--Drake (N. D.) News.