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The Havre herald. [volume] (Havre, Mont.) 1904-1908, December 29, 1904, Image 7

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Kettle rendered lard at the Havre
Meat Market.
Thos. McDevitt is about again after
a seige of illness.
Lou Lucke has just received his
first shipment of Walk Over Shoes.
Harry Loranger is visiting with his
family and friends at Chester this
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Chisler are
spending the holidays with relatives
at Butte.
Paul Jacobs of Great Falls has tak
en a position in Reuben Hauser's bar
ber shop.
A splendid line of holiday goods
at West Bros,, bought especially for
the holiday trade.
Thos. Lamey is confined to the
house with a severe attack of rheu
matism this week.
The IHavre Commercial's clothing
department will be removed to their
new building next week.
Frank Bossuot and H. E. Fuller
were up from Glasgow to pass Christ
mas among Havre friends.
Wm. R. Barrett and Fred Nelson
of the Great Northern are visiting in
Minneapolis and Fargo this week.
Chas. Cullom, an old-time railroader
of this city, was down from Great
Falls meeting acquaintances Tuesday.
J. Pogreba has gone to Glasgow to
take a run as engineer, "Pap" LaDue
having taken a lay-off for the winter.
The pride of Minot, made of No. 1
hard wheat. Every sack guaranteed.
Try it for a baking. Sold by A. B.
Clark & Co.
Arthur FatLtch, car repairer on the
Great Northern, shot one of his fin
gers off Monday by accidentally dis
charging a revolver.
Fol SALE.-One of the neatest and
best built 4-room cottages in Ilavre,
good location, part cash, balance easy
payments, L. Newman.
The Havre Dancing club gave an
other of their social dances Monday
evening, which was well patronized
and greatly appreciated by all.
Glover Gough of Missoula and Al
bert Gough of Fort Benton, father
and brother respectively of F. W.
(Gough, arrived in the city Saturday
t o pass Christmas at the Gough home.
Mrs. A. M. Webber left this morn
ing for Cumberland, Wis., to pass the
winter with her parents and old home
friends. Mr. Webber will go to North
Dakota, where he expects to remain
until spring.
Alfred HI. West left for the Boulder
Hot Springs Saturday evening, hop
ing thie warm baths will prove bene
ticial to an attack of rheumatism with
which he has been afflicted for the
past two weeks.
Johnny Sanderson and George
Woodland are home to pass the holi
days with their parents. The boys
have been attending the Gonzago col
lege at Spokane, Wash., and speak
Nell of the advancement they have
made in their studies.
C. W. Daniels has rented the Gus
senhoven building between the Hotel
Havre and the Board of Trade and
will open a first-class restaurant there
in on January 15th. The building
will be equipped with new fixtures
throughout and the new "Daniels'
Restauranb" will be one of the fineSt
short order cafes in Northern Mon
A quiet wedding occurred at the
Episcopal church at Fort Benton on
Christmas day, when the Rev. Chest
nutt of that place pronounced the
marriage ceremony which united Lou
Lucke and Miss Hattie Thackery,
both prominent young people of this
Mr. Lucke is the genial proprietor
of the Eagle Shoe store, and is en
joying more than an ordinary share
of prosperity, to which he is justly
entitled. The bride is the accom
plished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Thackery and holds the esteem
of all who have known her during her
long residence here.
Later the young couple will engage
in housekeeping in this city, and the
best wishes of a host of friends for a
happy future is theirs.
The additional machinery for the
Havre Electric Light plant is on the
ground and will be set up and ready
for operation within a week.
The machinery consists of a 125
horse power engine and two dynamos,
which will double the capacity of the
plant and fill a much needed want in
the lighting facilities of our city.
A wedding occurred at the home of
J. K. Bramble Christmas eve, which
united Bert Anderson and Mrs. Celia
Boyer. Rev. W. B. Young was the
officiating clergyman. They have
taken up their residence on First
street, just east of the Gilt Edge
After the ceremony the hospitable
table at the Bramble home was laid,
where a few of the intimate friends
of the contracting parties had assem
bled to witness the knot tied, and
ample honors were showered upon the
newly wed couple to start them on
their life's journey rejoicing.
Agent Fletcher of Pacific Junction
will resign his position with the Great
Northern the first of the year and
move with his family to Chicago to
reside. Mr. Vanderhoff, formerly op
erator at this station, will fill the va
cancy as agent at the Junction.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. William
Maughan was the rendezvous of a
family reunion Christmas day, when
twenty-two of the estimable family
partook of the festive turkey. Sons,
daughters and the proud parents of
the family were all there and all en
joyed a harmonious reunion that will
long be remembered by the partic
ipants. After the sumptuous dinner
the time was passed with music,
song and reminiscences of by-gone
days, which continued until the hour
had come for retiring. Here's hoping
they will enjoy many more seasons of
good cheer.
Notice to Contractors and Others.
Notice is hereby given, that at a
regular meeting held Nov. 25th 1904
by the Bricklayers, Masons and
Plasteress I. U. No. 9, Ilavre Mont. it
was decided, that on and after Jan. 1,
1905 eight hours shall constitute a
day for all mason work at the prevail
ing scale of wages per day.
Coal Ilods 35c--sold by Swanson &
THE H'ERALD for printing.
draws to a close, we take this
opportunity to thank you for
your most liberal patronage
of the year, and to wish you
the compliments of the season.
May the New Year bring
you continued and increased
Cordially yours,
Swanson & Marcoe
Only up -to - date Plumbers in
- the City -
A complete stock of plumbing mate
rial on hand,
Call and Select from the Assortment.
B. M. Richardson
A Blacksmith That Knows the Business.
Anything, Everything, in Horseshoing and Black
slmithing and Guaranteed Satisfactory at that.
B. M. Rihardson
St. Paul Hotel Saloon
We are selling the best Bourbon
and Rye Whiskeys at, per gallon $2.25
Per quart..................... 75c.
These whiskeys are bonded and bear
the government stamp.
Give us a Call, a Home for All.
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