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PAGE SIX. THE HAVRE HERALD HEAVRE, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JUNI. 7, 1907.
nds Doors, Mouldings Fence Posts Building _ Material IJOSEP GUI5ENHOYEN NOW is the time to order Uyour lumber, as it will SDealer in take several months to get it. Cars are scarce and ship Will Take Orders for Dressed& UndressedLumber ments uncertain. If you will resu place your order now, we will S Any Kind of Saw- saw it out and ship at the PAINTS and OILS, GLASS first opportunity. Mill Work HAVRE, MONTANA. at at HAVRE, i FORTINE, MoMt. Montana *;Fi;~i7p~'; - -~~ *ffI~fc6~ f RcfcpSir * CITY IN BRIEF H. S. Cook of Chinook Sundayed in Havre. L. H. Mills of Saco was a Wednes day visitor in Havre. Paul H. Abbott of Chinook was a Havre visitor Monday. Paul Whitelaw of Helena was a Monday visitor in the city. D. Paring and family of Whitefish are visiting friends in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McKenzie have grne to their ranch for a few days. R. E. Schreiber and wife of Gild ford were Monday visitors in the city. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Buttrey return ed Wednesday from a visit to Spokane Mrs. W. S. Hedge went to Chinook Monday to visit with her sister, Mrs. Clyde. Louis Lindberg has gone to Minot on a visit to his parents, the first in several years. James S. Carnal has purchased the Hall house on Second avenue and is now occupying the same. D. W. Leahy of Glasgow, was at tending to business in Havre during the early portion of the week. James Becker, or the Little Box El der is in from his ranch attending to legal and farming business. William Scanlon is back in the city after a trip looking after his mining properties in the Little Rockies. W. C. Brcadwateý, the Blackfcot re servation post trader, was in the city on a short business visit Wednesday. Mrs. C. 1. Jensen, Mrs. MA. Jacob son and Cora Smith formed a party of exploring visitors in Havre Thirsday from Big Sandy. Charles Sprinkle of Lloyd and his Havre associates Wednesday sent out a gang of prospectors to develop cop per reins in the Clear creek country. County Commissioner Olaf G. Skyl stead has this week adopted the com pleted plans for a new home to ctst $7,000.00. He is moving his present home from its Third street site to lots in East Havre and will erect the new house on the old site. George Jones, of Chinook, has sold his property in this city on Third ave nue to M. J. Tierney. Mr. Tierney will move the house, now on the lots, back and build on an addition. CONTRACTORS. Notice is hereby given that the time for opening bids for the construction of a city hall and fire station for the city of Havre, Mont., which was ad vertised for May 20, 1907, is hereby extended to Monday, June 17, 1907. CHAS. A. ROSE. 51-2t City Clerk. Havre local, American Federation of Musciians, this week elected Frank Wild to the office of secretary. Har ry Howard, the retiring secretary, has been compelled by long illness to re sort to treatment at a sanitarium. Lit tle encouragement is given his friends by the reports from the attending doc tors. Two horse power gasoline engine, (new) with 15-barrel water tank, belt jacket for pumping, for sale. Can be seen running. Call for A. Hagan at shops, or at home after 6 p. m. 50-4 County Attorney Florain A. Cal nal was busy attending to numerous le gal duties in Havre during the early part of the week, but Monday he was called to Fort Benton to conduct the prosecution of Attorney E. A. Smith, who left Harlem of a sudden and who is accused of embezzlement. Smith was arrested in Missoula. A FORTUNATE TEXAN. Mr. E. W. Goodloe, of 107 St. Louis St., Dallas, Tex. says: "In the past year I have become acquainted with Dr. King's New Life Pills, and no lax ative I ever before tried so efficiently disposes of malaria and biliousness." They don't grind or gripe. 25c. at the Havre Drug Co. \V. N. Smith, chairman of the conm mittee on decorations, of Havre aerie No. 166, Fraternal Order of Eagles, has called a special meeting of this committee for Sunday, June Sth at 2 o'clock p. m., at the office of W. 13. Pyper. Other members of the co' mittee are Frank Barber, Louis Crow ell, Matt Bacus and W. B. Pyper. "W\elcome!" will be the sign that will greet all delegates to the approach ing state convention at First street and Third avenue, opposite the Great Northern depot exit. One block furth er south on Third avenue a stone arch is to be erected. This commit tee will also have charge of the hotel and hall decorations in the city. Jerry Kearful, of Clear creek, was in town Thursday, for the first time since December 12th last. He report ed that he had not interested himself in the recent copper discoveries in the vicinity of his old-time home, adding the declaration that he was getting a long well enough raising spuds and cabbage and that he would this year defy all Montana to beat him out on tl'e exhibition of these kind of crops. The management of the new amuse ment park has organized an entirely new baseball club for Havre and the crossing of bats by this club and the Chinooks is announced as a special attraction for next Sunday at the park. The game will be called at 2 p. m. The lineup of the new team is: Yeingst, catcher; Emerson, pitcher; Lyons, first base; Adams, second base;] Broadwater, short stop; Wicke, third base; DesRosier, left field; Joe Ling, center field; Oglesby, right field. William Kendig will umpire. James Ferguson Bruce Glasford is back to the city after spending all winter in the vicinity of Wild Horse lake. Mr. Glasford is a brau and bon nie Scotsman, who seems to gain youth every year. He is now 74 anli after having spent four months in the isolation of ranch life, during which he was out and up to his waist in snow most of the time, he issues a challenge to crack heels or run a hur 1 dle race with any man of his age in the state. He keeps firm in the be lief that a Glasgow chappie has no'e qual on earth, by crackle! Jack Ryan Thursday shipped out ten teams and scrapers to undertake work at Armington, on the building route of the new Billings and Northerin rail way, a Burlington extension. 1\r. Ry an reports an unprecedented demand for horses in Northern Montana this season. The latest sales reported are those of an outfit of range stuff by George L. King to R. D. Redmond, of Fort Benton, at an average price of $35.00 per head. R. L. Thompson, of Virgelle,i s reported to have sold a hl.ge sized bunch of the same class to II. C. Evers, of Fort Benton, at the same figure. Monday, June 17, will de:ide the question as to whom will be the build ers of Havre's new city hall. The bids were to have been opened May 20, but all of the proposing contract ors desired a longer time for estimate, and th b- council, as appears from a formal do lce elsewhere in the Herald has grantW1i thir requests. It is an nounced by Mayor L. Newman, how ever, that positively no further delay in the building of the hall will be al lowed. The city hall bond issue is for $15,000, but it will doubtless cost more than this amount before its com pletion. H. C. Bucher, a Great Northern brakeman of wide acquaintanceship, is now under opportunity in the coun ty jail of figuring out the truth of the old copy book admonition that "Hon esty Is the Best Policy." He Monday thought differently, and, as he admit t-d in his plea of guilty before Unit ed States Commissioner Pyper in his Havre chambers he rifled a wrecked mail car set out on a sidetrack near Chester. He abstracted six boxes of government stamped envelopes, but failed to dispose of them, owing to the vigilance of Constable George Bickle of Havre, who overtook and arrested him at Cut Bank. SORE MUSCLES. SProminent athletes throughout the country find that the best treatment for sore muscles after- severe exercise or hard work of any kind, is a hot bath at bed time, which opens the pores. This should immediately to followed by an application of Cham berlain's Pain Balm vigorously rubbed into the skin. This linament removes al stiffness and has become a favorite rub down, as it acts promptly and keeps the muscles in excellent condi tion. For sale by the Havre Drug Co. The East side is to have a new business establishment of which it has long been in need and of which it may be proud. This is the prom ise of Frank Niskern, who, this week bought the confectionery and tobacco store of Adolph Stocklin on First street. Mr. Niskern, who is well and popularly known, particularly in rail road and machine shop circles, will put in a complete stock of groceries in addition to conducting the busi ness as it has ben in the past. There is no man in Havre who has more personal friends than Mr. Niskern, and as a really, truly up-to-date groc ery has long been a needed conveni ence for East aide householders, his success is unquestionably assured from the beginning. Abe Crossan is not one of the ost rich-like men of the range to deny his sheep losses. He was in from his ranch this week and was frank to say for publication that his losses of both weathered stock and lambs was large, just as was the case with his neighbors. "That doesn't mean ruin, at all," said Mr. Crossan in an interview. "We have weathered and we look for next year to more than make up our losses for this season. I would say that the sheep loss of 1907 on the Chouteau county range could not have been less than 50 per cent, considering the total of rang ing flocks, but, at that, we have plenty left for the year's profit and further increment." UNKNOWN FRIENDS. There are many people who have us ed Chamberlain's Cholic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid re Ssults, but who are unknown because they have hesitated about giving a tes timonial of their experience for publi caion. These people are, however, none the less friends of this remedy. They have done much toward making it a household word by their person al recommendations to friends and neighbors. It is a good medicine to have in he home and is widely known for is cures of diarrhoea and all forms of bowel trouble. For sale by the Havre Drug Co. Interment of Otto G. Hoffman, formerly of Chicago and formerly clerk of Hotel Havre, who died last Friday after a lingering illness was made in Mount Hope cemetery Sun day morning. The Rev. Leonard J. Christler, arch-deacon of the North Montana Episcopalian mission field, read the burial service cf his church and delivered a brief address. These were the only rites before the body was borne to the grave. The pall bearers were F. N. Utter, Joseph A. Wright, Leon Freeland, Howard M. Lewis, Edward Filler and A. W. McKay. Mrs. Hoffman, who has endeared herself to Havre society, will make her home in this city, residing, for the present, with pert, prim little Emily known and loved by all habit utes of the hotel corridor, with her mother Mrs. James Dewar. i. WV Gross has been appointed local registrar of vital statistics of is .i ict No. 43, comprised of all that pc tion of Chouteau county north froI! Big Sandy and west of Toledo. iMr. Gross has appointed Judge Ed. M. Allen assistant to act in case he should be absent. All physicians, uudei takers and widwives are obliged :nder the new law to register with the local registrar and report all births and deaths. Failure to do so is plt. ishable by a fine of from $501 tO $100. Pabst Perfect Eight-Day Malt Pabst realized that it takes eight full days of malt ing to get all of the food values out of barley-grain. Then Pabst perfected an E1ight-Day Malting Process that follows Nature and pro duces the perfect malt that makes Pabst BlueRibbon The Beer of Quality rich in nutriment; wholesome, strength giving food, that helps the stomach to digest and assimilate other foods. When you drink a glass of Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, you take actual nourishment-the kind of nourishment that gives you health. When ordering beer, ask for Pabst Blue Ribbon. I Made by Pabst, at Milwaukee And bottled only at the Brewery. Yeon Bros., r Havre, Mont. Phone 91. promptly obtained in all countries, or NO FEE. TRADE-.MARK, CUaveats and C.opyrights reai ta5ed. Send tch od or Photo, for r repo rt on patentabiity. ALL BUSINIESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. Patent practtce exclusively. 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