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The HAVRE HERALD
. . PUBLISHED BY, . THE HAVRE HERALD PUBLISHING CO., (INCOBPORATED.) W. C. KESTER, - President H. L. SHORT, - - Sec. and Gen. Mgr. .... he Only Democratic Paper in Chouteau County.... Entered at the postoffice at Havre, Montana, as second class matter but contains first class reading matter f * HAYRE, CHOUTEAU COUNTY, MONT., WEDNESDAY. MAY 13, 1908 CURENT TOPICS FROM THE NATIONS CAPITAL (By Willis J. Abbot.) Washington, May 8th.-Washington is much entertained by a news story brought frgon New York by the Asso ciated Press that strong movement is under way for the nomination of Judge Alton B. Parker for the presi dency. The story that the cry of safe and save democracy is to be revised appeals somewhat to the sense of hu mor of politicians of the capital. As a matter of fact they have not taken it seriously. But so far as they have discussed it, they have pointed out the meloncholy fact that in 1904 Judge Parker ran practically 1,500,000 votes behind Mr. Bryan in 1900, and 1,650,000 behind Mr. Bryan in 1896. This does not seem a promising out look for a new Parker nomination. It is true of course that the men' wh.o have been back of Gov. Johnson os tensibly are the men who were in fact back of Judge Parker in 1904. The policy of these men now, as then, does not involve the election of a Democratic candidate, but simply the d.ivision of the Democratic party so that a Republican who would be sat isfactory to the Wall Street inter ests might be elected. The sudden appearance of Parker in the field as the impossibility of the nomination of Johnson is made apparent, suggests that this crowd desires to repeat its exploit in 1904 and attempt to keep the Democratic party out of a tri rumph which is well within its grasp. Referring to this bit of political news the Washington Star, which is inde pendent with ordinarily anti-Bryan leanings says: "This story is useful as an il:us tration of the extreme poverty of the anti-Bryan outfit. The country out side of New York has been raked with a fine-toothed comb for a man to bell the cat at Denver without success. New York, we are told, is again in request and Judge Parker is the of fering! Was ever a great party b_ fore caught in such toils?" The party is not caught in any toils. The voters of the party have made up their minds as to the principles which they desire the party to advance in the coming election.and as to the can didate who they think can best impre5s them upon the electroate. KEEP YOUR MONEY AT HOME Since the day the first newspapers were published there has been on subject that has been talked of con tinually and still some new point has been found occasionally. We do not for one moment think that we can add any great brilliant ideas to the question, but we feel deeply inter ested and want to make a short ref erence to it. We allude to the prin ciple involved when one says "Pat ronize Home Industry!" All the writings of ages have fail ed to influence all men, for, unfor tunately, there are still to be found men in every community who will send away for articles of food, cloth iug or other nature that can be bur chased of home merchants just as cheaply as from eastern houses. It is hard to comprehend why a Amer inean citizen residing in a community and participating daily and hourly in the manifold comforts, securities and privileges that are made possibl3 by the community government, can conscientiously send one cent of his money to some foreign institution. Why he does not realize that his dollars spent at home not only buys him the food, clothes or other art icles. but that that same dollar may be used by the home merchant to pay his contribution for the church-to pay his school tax--to help support city, county or state government or that they might circulate around a mong hip neighbors and may possibly come back into his own hands again- BUT-If that dollar is once sent out of the country the community Is just one dollar poorer for all time to come. That dollar is lost to us forever. Ke4p the money at home and h 3lp build churches, homes, give fairs, pro vide the expenses of government, etc. The Herald plant is working under quite a disadvantage this week and we fear that we will be for some days to come. We have sedured the low er floor of the Gussenhoven block and are fitting it up to be used as a press room. Then we have ordered individ ual motors for each piece of machiner in the office, and, incidently several of the newst faces of job type and new rollers for all presses. It is quit a job to move a printing press neighing six tons and an expert is to come from Butte to superintend the week. In the course of about a month we hoph to have things all shaped around and think we can then give our reraders proof that the im provements Improve. It is the unanimbus opinion of our townspeople that the soldiers of the 2nd .Infantry now garrisoning Fort Assiniboie are the best behaved troops which have yet been stationed at the post. They are gentlemanly in their behav'ior, and present a most soldier ly and manly appearance at all times. It is only to be hoped that the re mainder of this famous regiment will soon be stationed here. The Herald mot hseartily welcomes thf gallant band and may their prowess never weaken. It is with the most genuine pleasure that the Herald this week adds to its news columns a regular department of news from Fort Assinniboine in which will be chronicled each week the news of "The Boys in Blue" who are now our neighbors. All north Montana will appreCiate the opportu nity to learn of what is doing at the largest military post in the U. S. c .-~)-C--- BOOST-Don't' knock. Its old but always goes. NEXT JURY FOR JUNE Fort Benton, May 11,-Judge k'attan today, gave orders for a jury of 50 to appear for trial of cases in Choutau county on the 8th of June. The following cases have been set for trial: State vs. Fred Larimore, charged with the murder of W. C. Turner, on June 8th. State vs. Henry Collins, burgu'ary, June 11. State vs. Wrightson, forgery, June 12. State vs. Harry Thurman, robbery, June 13. Gloyn vs. Vasseau, June 16. Lafrantz vs. Ragan, June 16. Wilace vs. DeMars, June 16. \Western Exchange Bank vs. Hans Norden, June 17. Wood vs Peter Wagner, June 18. Hauser vs. Gross and Gross, June 18. l.indblom vs. Young, June 19. Gussenhoven vs. Dice and Bailey, June 20. REPUBLICANS WILL FIGHT Butte, May 12-A warm fight threat ens to develope at the state republican convention which convenes in this city Thursday to elect delegates to the national republican convention at Chicago over the question of sending` an instructed delegation to the Windy City. The sentiment as expressed in those counties having the larger rep resentation in the state convention thus far has generally been opposed to instructions, because of the divis ion of sentiment between Roosevelt and Taft and Hughes regarding a choice for presidential candidate, and it is thought by leading polit'cians in this city tonight that Montana's six to Chicago will go unpledged, with the exception of supporting someone who will carry out the policies of President Roosevelt. Taft supporters claim they will carry the convention, but thus far they have shown no strengtha in county gather ings or elsewhere and have not puch ed their efforts. The Havre Junior be b team was defeated at Chinoik by a score of -11 to 5. They say it wV through the absence of several of the regular players. The boys are going down next Sunday for another game. Business Loctals. For Rent-Two furnished rooms, 2/ blocks from Boone's drug store. Enquire at L. O. Hudson's resldenc:. "Talk With Carruth" for any of the following houses: 1-room Cabin.. ...... .... ..6.0) 1-room Cabin.. .... . ,.. .. 5.00 4-room Cottage.. .. .... .. ..20.00 4-room Cottage.. .. ..... ..26.00 4-room Cottage.. ....... .....20.00 6-room House.. .... ...... ..16.00 6-room House.. ....... .r ..21.00 Nearly all of the above have elec tric lights and city water. "Talk With Carruth." FOR SALE. Fence posts, poles and cord wood for sale. Write to W. C. BROADWATER, Browning, Montana You can get a 20 to 30 per cent. stronger job by buying your lumber from Gussenhoven. Why? Becaus his lumber is from 20 to 30 per cent. stronger and larger than is'usually given. FOR RENT - One 4-room cottage with water. One 2-room cottage with water. One basement, suitable for light house keeping or light business, such as a shog shop, dressmaking parlors, etc. Light and heat. Enquire a Gussenhoven's Lumber Yard or Phone 61 or 24. The Palace Barber shop is the on ly barber shop equipped with electric massage and plain and shower and steam baths. I want your lumber business and will bid for it and come prepared to furnish lumber anywhere in the Un ited States. JOS. GUSSENHOVEN. NOTICE TO SHEEPMEN AND TO RANCHERS. Do you need any straight cars of lumber? Can mix saw dust, fence posts, slabs or aythinng in the lumber line. Get in with a neighbor or two, if you can't use one alone. Gussenho ven has anything you need and can pnl it in one car. Stay at Home and Let Your VOICE TRAVEL You can accomplish more in#a shorter time and at less cost By Telephone than you can accom plish in any other way. :. :: : Havre Electric COMPANY. + I do All Kinds of Carpenter Work .. Let me ive You b'gures and Estimates. Bert Tallon +++hJ li)***************~~ THE MOSY OOMMON cAUSE OF SUt1FEttING. , Rheumatism causes more pain and suffe.ing than any other. diease, for the reason that it is the most corm mon of all ills, anl 'it, is pertatily gratifying to sufferers to. know that Chamberlain's -Pain B.lm Will afford relief, and make rest and sleep possi ble. In many cases the relief from pain, which is ta first temporary, has become permanent, while in old peo ple subject to chronic rheumatism, of ten brought on by dampness or chang es in the weather, a permanent cure cannot be expected; the relief from pain which this liniment affords is a lone worth many times its cost. -25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by all drug gists. Gordon Bros. Real Estate Insurance and Ajustment of Claims .J. S. Gordon, ex-Claim Agent, Great Northern Railway, and now of the above firm, makes a specialty of adjusting Stock, Fire and Personal Injury Claims. Write or call and see us II Fourth Street North Great Falls, Montana UNIFORM KEENNESS * NO BONINO-NO GRINDING. L You want comfort and satisaction of clean smooth shaves every morning. The Carbo Magnetic Is the only razor UNCONDITIONALLY OUARANTBED to give this. The secret Electric Tempering positively merges every par tide of carbon (the life of steel)-into the metal--giving diamond-like hardness throughout the blade--some thing absolutely impossible with fire tempered steel used la making all other razors. But test this razor in your own home--or have your barber use it on you. Secure one 30 DAYS TRIAL with NO OBLII OATION TO PUR* CtASU. SELLING AGENTS HAVRE COMMERCIAL CO F SPECIAL SHIRT SALE Saturday, May 16th. Yes! Overstocked in Shirts, that's the * whole story plainly put apd all there is to it. We shall offer Shirt values that will. induce you to buy. ALL THE SHIRTS YOU CAN SPOSSIBLY WEAR T * Come early for there will be a crowd *L after these Shirts, and they'll soon be * gone. This opportunity, is only for * * ' /one day so don't put it off. SIZE UP THESE PlICES-they'll - *W make you think you are -suffering for . Shirts. * Monrc negligee style, collars and cuffs de- For S Monarch Shirts, tacked, shirt or coat style. Regular Satu1.10 .ay priee - - L.Z5 Onl collars and cuffs attached, 35 For Blue Seal Bra in various fabrics. Regular 3 Saturday price $2.00 SI Only collars and cuffsdetached all For Blue Seal Brand szesand all. patterns. eg 4U- Saturday0 * ular value - 75 cents . Only * Don't put it off until Monday or Tuesday these prices are for SATURDAY, MAY 9th, O.LY. "hJe HUB M. "AUERBACH . SON. Inc. HAVRE, - MONTANA. * *·· *3lplltftlc~lrkl~kk L~ *akkf 1Cl~~. . Jewelry & Silverware - Has lately been greatly supplemented vwith goods of Highest Quality, Latest Designs and at Lowest Prices. We carry Photographic and Musical Goods and Edison Phonograph R.ecoids. We do Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing and any Style of Engraving. Eyes Tested'FREE GLASSES V"G o EED STROUSE Jeweler and Registertd Optometrist Opposite Hotel Havre Bargains in Real Estate City Property Ranches 5-Room Dwelling, City Water One of the finestsheep ranches and Electric Lights. Good Lo- in northern Montana, with two cation. , or three bands of sheep, 400 head of cattle, 100 head of horses, .3-Room cottage, 3 blocks from camp outfits, machinery, imple business center. ments & etc. This is a fine open 4.}Acre tract across the river ing for a sheep man. and other acre property. Ranch property of all kinds and prices. Call and see me and Lots on installment plan. investigate. FIRE INSURANCE Plate Glass and Burglary Insurance and Surety Bonds. BiENRY J. MEILI' HAVRE, - - - - - MONTANA.