GENUINE BARGAINS FOR.
2 Thousand Feet of One Inch Lumber
$18 per Thousand
and "SILVERITE ROOFING"
we want every one to use the BEST
READY ROOFING on the market.
We say the best because in compara
tive tests, side by side, with other
higher priced roofings on our saw-mill
buildings Silverite has best withstood
the most exacting requirements to
which a roofing could be subjected.
It is absolutely water proof--time defy
ing--fire resisting. Can be applied by
anyone with only a hammer and pocket
SPECIAL PRICES FOR MARKET DAY ONLY
1 ply $2.15 per sq., 2 ply $2.65 per sq., 3 ply $8.25
per sq. Ask us to mail you a sample.
Don't Forget the Time Don't Forget the Place.
SOMERS LUMBER CO.
Successors to John O'Brien Co.
CITY IN BRIEF
Frank Bossuot returned from Hel
ena this morning.
Miss Rose Harvey left for the East
last week, to spend her vacation.
Do you want to rent a house? "Talk
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James Laid, of Laird, Montana, was
a city visitor Monday.
The Jim restaurant is open twenty
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Nick Baatz of Great Falls trans
acted business in the city this week.
Do you want to buy a seond hand o
gan cheap? "Talk with Carruth."
Jerry Kearful of Clear creek is in
the city today.
Don't Mill Lucke's Big Sale next
A good meal at the Jim restaurant
for two bits.
Barney Sinmpson, of Wild Horse
Lake is transacting business in the
Her Heart Is Set on *
when she becomes engaged to
have a handsome engagement
ring to show to her friends.
When you want to choose
jewels for engagement or
S.wedding gifts, look at our
superb stock of jewelry. We
have everything to delight
both the heart and the eye.
Don't buy a diamond until
you have had a talk with us.
FRANK B. CHURCHILL
Havre Hotel Bldg. Havre, Montanaa- *
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Swanton still has some good Cowbo
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The Jim restaurant is the popular
Gus DeCelles has the first new po
tatoes reported grown in Havre.
You can't beat the Jim restaurant
for the money.
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The best for the least mone at the
Mr. and Mrs. George Forge visited
in Fort Benton last week.
For Sale--A tandem in good order.
For particulars enquire at this office.
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W. G. Williamson left Sunday eve
ning for his home at Aravilla, N. D.
The safest and best place to get a
pair of perfect fitting glasses is o
Strouse, a registered Optometrist.
Thos. Burns of the valley east of
here is in the city today.
For Sale - Second Hand Saddles,
heavy second hand harnesses at
Swanton's livery barn.
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MARKET DAY SPECIALS
We have a choice line of hot weather
canned goods which we are offering
at the following low prices.
Veribest Potted Ham, three cans for .............. 0Oc.
Venibest Devilled Ham, three cans for............ 10c.
Veribest Pork and Beans, 1 lb. cans, 3 for .......... 25c.
Rex German Lunch Sausage, four cans for.......... 25c.
Broiled Mackerel, 1 lb. cans ................... .. 20C.
Soused Mackerel, 1 lb. cans ...................... 20c.
Mackerel in Tomatoe Sauce, 11b cans .............. 20C.
Deep Sea Halibut, something fine ................. 20c.
Purity Brand Crabs ............................ 20c.
Pillar Bay Canned Salmon, 3 cans for............ 50c.
Chili Con Carne................................... 15c.
Rex Brand Corn Beef ............................ 15c.
HlAVRE MEAT MARKET
W. E. WILTNER. Prop.
Phone 11 Havre, Montana.
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A three-year old pony mare for sale.
"Talk with Carruth."
John C. Sullivan of Fort Benton
was in the city on Monday.
Get the habit and eat at the Jim
iDr. and Mrs.J. S. Almas returned
last Sunday from their western trip.
Mrs. Chas. Aldrich left Saturday
evening for an extended vis:t in Ka'.
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Strouse gives away with every cashb
purchase of $1.00, a thermometer
with a barometer.
Mrs. A. Wodarz and son Frank
left Sunday evening for a visit in
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Mrs. McCffe left Mondaay noon for
her home in Missoula, going via Spo
Mike Healy, Jr., returned from Spo
kane Saturday night, where he spent
the winter in attendance at Gonzaga
Fred Browne, son of David G.
Browne of Fort Benton, visited in
Havre Tuesday, between trains. He
was returning home from West Point
where he has been attending school.
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Special Officer G. T. Sanderson and
Constable Geo. ickle took four pris
oners to Fort Benton last Friday.
Sheriff Frank McDonald vis:ted .i
the city Monday.
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T. M. Purnell, of Snow Hill, Md.,
was in the city last week settling up
the estate of his brother, the late
Geo. M. Purnell,
I have 100 iron beds, with woven
wire springs that I will sell at $1.50
each, better and cheaper than any
single bed ever made. "Talk with
A little fore thought may save you
no end of trouble. Anyone who make
it a rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at
hand knows this to be a fact. For
sale by all druggists.
S- and Supplies -
Market Day shoppers will
make money by inspecting
our stock and getting our
prices before buying else
where. We call special at
tention to our Kodaks and
We are giv ing away on Market Day one bottle of )igesto
with every five bottles purchased.
Beckstead Drug Co.
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Erick A. Wallender of this city has
filed a contest in the Great Falls
office against the homestead entry of
Louis U. Herbert, located in 3-32-16
east. The contest is based upon the
charges that the entryman has wholly
abandoned the claim for more than a
year past and that during such time
no improvements have been made up
on the land and that there are no im
provements existing there. Hearing
will be held before United States Com
missioner W. B. Pyper on August 5.
Maj. James Sanders, Indian agent at
Browning visited in Great Falls last
week and in talking with the papers
of that city reported that a great a
mount of damage was done upon the
reservation by the flood. Nearly ev
ery bridge upon the reservation was
washed out, including the big Two
Medicine bridge and the St. Mary's
bridges, entailing a loss of $10,000 or
$12.000. The reclamation service al
so lost two bridges which cost about
Conductor Van Hill, who wa, injur
ed last fall by being struck in the
back by a mail crane platform and
whose spine was fractured and since
pronounced incurable by specialists of
the northwest, passed through Havre
last week enroute to the John Hop
kin's Medical institute at Baltimore,
Maryland, to take spinal treatment.
The 0. R. C. of Div. 414, of White
fish, Montana, has taken great inter
est in the case and hope for good re
Almost anyone can
have a home of his
own if he but will.
B y the saving of a few
dollars you can get
Considered strictly on
a business basis it
is a paying investment.
Don't pay rent to en
rich a landlord, but
keep that money yourself.
Every dollar paid on a
home is a dollar ad
ded to your own wealth.
F ew people realize how
rent counts up and
how little they really
get for it.
Going in debt for a
home has formed a
saving habit that has led
many a man to riches.
Having your own home,
it will help you. It
is easier than you may
If you wish further par
ticulars, "holler" and
I'll call and show you
How, When and Where.
Is Your Furniture In
sured? If Not
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