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here outed r:ith h his eands. ,Cmt. a oo't tru Sret for reh - D Wan'es. y. IBoone left this weec for.a fies in S ty, u tah. Ir your feet hurt trya pair of tq ose M Wahiag s taymoad Whitmore, pass nger brakemian is taking a 30 day vacation. .watton still hhas some aeld cow bby saddles. s OteGrace Cowan- ofABox .Elder is visiting friends in the city this week. S inetroudble see Fri rk & Joe. Passenger 'Brakeman John Mc* LOd resumed his run on 1 and 4 at tra 10-day vacation. eWhoa yoiu are tired and thirsty go. tl. Boone's. d1rs. Chas .Doxtater returned home iasl Wednesday evening after a vis it with friends in St. P'aul. "In the good old siunmer time." ",Talk with Carruth." P. C. Barrett left last Sunday for a visit to his old home at Waverly, Mia nersota. Dancing school for beginners on Taes4day of each week at the Havre dancing aedemy, Hotel Havre. 110 tons of the nicest ice ever cut i.or sale at a reasonable price per ton 'Talk with Carruth." The Delano, the Real R1ose Hatp.ns for sale by Strouse. Conductor J. A. Mayer has resumed his run on Nos; S. and 4 on thee 3;igh line after a two weeks vacation. Lucke has just received a fresh rspply of Martha Washingtons. Chinook will play the G.. N. Shop team on the local diamond next Sun day afternoon. If you are hot and thirsty, go to Boone's fountain. The work trains at Gildford have cqmpleted their summer's work and have been ordered back to Havre. . Did you see those new bloods Lucke just received. Postmaster" Louden - familiarly known as "Dad" Minugh, of Harlem, v as in attendance at the funeral of ]]ies friend M. J. Healy, on Tuesday. When down town, come to Boone's soda fountain. Our electric fan is for you. .General Traffic Manager W. W. Broughton and Assistant General Su.pi erintendent R. W. Bryon were in the city Sunday. Saturday afternoon is given over to the children and anyone wishing o learn to dance at the Dancing sehool, Hotel Havre. C. M. Webster, Collector of Customs with headquarters at Great Falls, was in the city yesterday to attend the funeral of Mike Healey. You are perfectly safe in going to Ptrouse for glasses, as in his' 15 years of practice he has fitted. the most complicated eyes. Fun, and plenty of it, as well as T. good, strong play, is what you: will see in The Missouri Girl at McIn tyre's Opera House, Wednesday, Aug ust 19th., FOR COUNTY TREASURAR I hereby desire to announoe to my frien'ds in Chouteau county that I will be a candidate for the oft as of County Treasurer on the republican ticket, and if nominated by the con vention and elected to office I pledge myself to turn all interest money in to the county. ALFRED H. WAlT. i Her Heart Is Set on . 3 ~It ' whea she becomes engaged to have a handsome engagement . ring to show to her friends. When you want to choose jewels feor engagement or *. wedding gifts, look at our * superb stock of jewelry. We S have everything to delight boththe heart and the eye. S" Don't buy a diamond unt y pe baFR had tRlk Lwith us S FRANK B. CHURCHILL Ia:r9~IRCdg R~Lvtuda . - ý,ý',,..i,.'ýt >"ali-",.w~ai lý"rvrd-*ýi-'}yVv ý",-x·w ,.3 xd )-.ar ý .d: _4,.. aý .. .,v,.ýPiiryF(kv , :e pat.i. They Were aeesomlanp xed y ±h+ son Charles.` lHouses lpr rent. "Tlk Ca ruth. ' Passengerr Conductor William Mar tin of the Wil.nar division was in the city Saturday visiting with the .Frank & Jo forai binyclerepairin 'reigit Ciondtuctors H. A,t Lloyd and arry Boshan rlelieve Conductors Max yuimid and Geo. Davis on Nos.i 69 anrd: 8to. "General aseb bly every Friday eve s inat Dailing school, Hotel Havre. Freight Conductor R. O', MeMillan has taken a sinx u nal ieave of ab-t sence in order to. enter business at Black Dueck Montana. For Sale - Secoid Hand Saddles, heavy second haid harnesses at Swanton's livery barn. Mrs. L . Hudeon accompanied Mrs. H. W. `Groad from. Fort Benton an.d is visiting friehds In the city t ie week, Luoke will sew on your soles for *1.00. You will wait a long time before you will see as complete a production as The Missouri Girl which comes to Mcintyre's Opera House Aug. 19. Aak for peach flavored lce cream at Boone's. H. W. Gross, wife and young son, were here several days of this week visiting with old friends. They left last evening for their home at Coeur d'Lene, Idaho. "How would you like to be an lee mani?" "Talk with Carruth," he has 150 tons to sell reasonable. 'Tis no time for mirth and laughter, In the cold gray dawn of the, morn ing after, R--R--M--O- R--- E The water wagon is the place for me. Frank & Joe for all repairs. For sale cheap-One two roomed house, barn and chicken coop. Two nice lots; with city water, near the Railroad shops. Apply to GUSSENHOVEN. Have you tried Haseiwood Peaeb Ice Cream? It Is delicious, Many of the old dances will be re- vived such as the Lanciers, waltz quadrille and French minuet at the dancin', school at the Notel iYre hall. Private lessnos on the late dances will be given at any time, Phone 136 for particulars. Chas. H. Boyle, clerk of the dist elct court and a candidate for the re ivllican nomination for the same of flee is In the city today visiting and consult.ng with the powers that be. Frank & Joe, Phone 130. Carl A. Johnson has purchased of B. C. Carruth a corner lot in the Broadwater - Pepin addition next to the Hatler boarding house, and will erect a dwelling house upon it this fall. This hot weather won't last all the fall, get action and bay a lot for a future inve!tment. Can sell on pay ments as low as ten dollars a month if aecesary. "Talk with Carruth . A ithtu1 Friend. .."I hae used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DIarrhoea Remedy since it was first introduced to the public in 1872, and have never found one in stance where a oure was not speedily effeoted by its use. I have been .a commercial traveler for eighteen years, and never start out on a trip without this, my faithful friend," says H. 5. Nichols, of Oakland, Ind. Ter. When a man has used a rem edy for thirty-five years he knows its vulae and is competent to speak of it. 'or sale by 'all druggsts. _slU ter p , oft I iast' legislature from that c.ys . Bw Ie on u fing the teblican eno i r- the astrey ws ir n Town on _ Rank& Joe for gbh repairing. eal, W. W.. Liston and Pson, Warinae left 'eslayto attend the conference i being held this . week at Kallep~ The work of the conference will b&b finished this week but Mr. Liston and son Will spend next week visiting 1u that section. Fat Yeon, wife, son sad maid, ti so aniece, ' iss Mare and ather, J. .., left on Sunday for an extended via t to the coast. They will take in Seattle, Tacoma and Portland, in the, latter place they will spend some time visiting with Mr. Yeon's brother. ter of Portland, reached Havre last, Thursday to accept a position with the Havre Monumental Works. An other will be here for tle same pur pose as soon as hi business matters e an be arranged in Butte. Conductor Geo. Davis, who has been on the "Skidoo" run between Glas got and Harre or some time, says the Qlasgow News, has given it np and taken a regular freight run again. He rsya life's too short for a man of. his slse to kill himself unloading the tfreight. The queer, comical characters seen in The Missouri Girl are true to life, and anyone who has visited southern Missouri will recognise them at a glance. The specialties introduced are for the _ most part, such as are seen in the back woods part of that state.. The M.. E. Sunday School held an election of officres on Monday even ing " with the following result: R. E. Horton, superintendent; R. E. ;Haiiy qnd, assistant' superintendent; Miss Mary Kendall, ysecretary; Miss Ethel McDaniels, librarian; Mrs. R. E. Hammond, roganist and superin tendent of the primary departkment. The Herald has been requested by Miss Agnes Atkinson, county super intendent of schools that the next regalar teachers' examination, and the state eighth grade examination. will be held Friday and Saturday, August 2Sth and 29th., At Havre under Mr. i. T. Graybeal; Chinook, under Mr. T. J. Troy; and at Fort Benton under Miss Atkinaon. :.A graceful and generous act on the lart of the friends of the late Steve Kenny, was the circulation of a sub ,cription list which resulted inn" the raising of the sum of $281.00, which was presented to the afflicted widow on' Tuesday. It was the spontaneous offering of Steve's friends and sym rathizers with his widow in her be reavement, and that this substantial token of love ad respect was ap preciated by the afflicted ones, goes without saying. Judge John W. Tattan, David G. Browne, Sheriff Frank McDonald and Thos. A. Cummings were here from Fort - Benton yesterday to pay their last tribute to the memory of their departed friend-hM. J. Healy. , T he call for the republican county convention to meet in Havre on the Yfth day of September has been is sued by Chairman Pyper. The call also provides for the holding of pri marlks in the several precincts of the county on August 29th. Havre is en titled to 20 delegatee in the county couavention. Dispatches: from Great Falls report the. nvasion of that city today by a great band of real Antlered Elks. The' game season not yet being open, the citizens were unable to defend themselves from 'the onslaught, and the antlered herd have taken posses sion of the police force, keys of the city, and the "best people on earth" are at this writing complete possess ion of the town and all its belong ings. The occasion is the annual conven tion of the Elks of Montana, and that everyone in the Electric City is hav ing -a good time goes without saying. The Butte Inter' Mountain of recent date says: "Ike Hayes, the colored heavyweight of this city, is going to meet Kid Sullivan of Butte in a 36 round bout for a purse of $1,000 on Labor Day in Havre. The men have not signed articles, but they have to terms on all the conditions and the articles will be signed Monday. They will fight at catch weights. Kid Sullivan is a sturdy scrapper of this city who recently lost to Kid Foley in a hard eight-round fight at Dillon. Sullivan states that he is con fident of winning from Ike Haves and attributes his defeat by Foley to poor condition "I realise that I must fight my way Dp to the top agiin;" said Sullivah, "and q. Ike Hayes is welil ow throughout i h VeT pkked hiss as my U 4 .I tk~e, ---;i~r..; BARD TIME ;A. dispatch dated the 7th inst, from oon Masse., says: "The great en ipment of the Knights of Pytt.as teday received its last and greatert blow of a week of continuous trouble. "A fierce elebtrical storm, with tor t to.,if rain, hovered over the tent eg qity,and put the finishing touches on. the agony of the campese. :Every one broke for more substan tial cover and to get out of the floods of water. The field to-night resein bles a great lake with shapeless mass ye of canvass and wreckage. : MaJ. Gen: 'tobbart .ordered camp broken at 4 this- aftetnoon, but it was deserted, long before that time. :In order .to accommodate the com panies, who 'aie dp.arting on every train, to-night.the prise awards were announced. ,Geprgia received the plum, Michigan and Indiana also scor ing heavily. Milwaukee gets the next encamp ment. This was decided by vote to day. ,,The supreme lodge confirmed the appointment of Maj. Gen. Arthur J. Stobbart of St. Paul as commander in-chief of the Uniform Rank. Furth er business will be acted on at the coAcluding session Monday. The last of the competitive drills by the cavalry and infantry companies of the Uniform Rank were held on Franklin Field early in the day, and to-night the committee on judg es announced their awards. Troop 43 from St. Joseph, Mo., won the $800 prize in the cavalry class, while the first prize of $1,500 in the infantry class went to Company I, of Georgia, which scored 97.09 points. Company 3 of lndiana..was a close second, winnin the $900 prize. In the infantry competition, Class B. Company 12 of Michigan took the first money, $800. Class C. was won by Company 105 of Indiana, $700; Company 23 of Michigan, second, $500. In Class D., Company 60 of Ohio won out, getting $500 ;Company 8, of Michigan was second with $400. $$ The prize of $600 for the company traveling the greatest distance went to Company I of Mobile, Ala., whose mileage totaled 2,050. The prize of $600 for the largest company at the encampment went to the Smoky cmopany of Pittsburg, which mustered forty-five officers and men. MARKET REPORT So: St. Paul, Minn., August 8, 1908. Six days of this week, cattle, 15, 477. hogs, 4,689; sheep, 3,651. Same time last week, cattle, 9,343; hodigs7,402; sheep, 4,041. January 1, 1908 to date, cattle, 194, 41$; hogs, 695,289; sheep, 119,143. .Same period last year, cattle,, 148, 217; hogs, 554,179; sheep, 84,843. Cattle: - Steers, good to choice, $6.00-6.75. Steers, fair to good, $5.00-5.50. Cows, heifers, good to choice, $4.00 5.00. Cows, heifers, fair to good, $3.50 4:50. Cutter cows, $2.50-2.75. Canner cows, $1.75-2.35. Bologna bulls, $2.50-2.75. Veal calves, good to choice, $3.75 5.75. Veal calves, common, $1.50-3.00. Stock and feeding bulls, $2.25-2.35. Butcher bplls, $3.00-4.00. Grass fed steers, $4.00-5.00. Stockers and feeders: Good to choice feeding steers, 900 to 1,000 lbs., $3.00-4.25. Fair to good 800 to 900 lbs., $3-3.65. Common to fair, $2.50-3.25. Good to choice stock steers, 600 to 800 lbs., $2.50-3.00. Good to fair, 600 to 800 lbs, $2.50-3. Common stock steers, $2.50-3.00. Good to choice stock helfers, $2.35 3.60.. Common stock heifers, $2.00-2.50. Stock feed bulls, $2.25-2.50. . Seep: Spring lambs, good to choice, $5.75 6.40. Spring lambs, common to fair, $4 00 4.50. Yearlings, good to choice, $4.-4.50. Ewes, good to choice, $2.50-4.00. Wethers, good to cholee, $3.85-4 10. Bucks, $2.00-3.00. St. Paul Union StockyardaC e. In Good Luek. "Abeut two years ago my father same here from Mason City, Iowa, on a visit," says O. L. Scott, DuMfied, Mi-ch.,e "While here he was taken sick with diarrhoea and cramps, I gave erm eveoral doses of Chamberlain's Clie, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy sa It cr.ced him," This reasd a! *wg tirame. It is for sae by S'I Col. J P. Short, of Toledo, Ohio, stopp3d over -trains today to visit his son, iL 1. Short. Cod., Sho t is imakig a flying trip to Seveu.Troughs, Neveda, in com pany with Dr. C. M. Harpster, of To ledo, to inspect the mIaes of the Bellview-Nevada Mining Co., of Bell view, Ohiio, with a view of financ ing the a iompany. The objfet of this trip is to view the mines; and verity the claims, of the company. If they are as rep resented, they will put their money into the enterprise and place the etok 'upon'the -market. The Herald regrets exetedingly that the Colonel could not tarry lon ger with 'us, but his thel Is lim ited and they have several cities to visit, including Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Denver and Chicago and expect to return to Toledo, on September 1st. Special Engagement McIntyre's Opera House Wed., Aug. 19 FRED RAYMOND'S FAMOUS COMEDY The 1000ooo Missouri LONG Girl LAUGHS Positively the Greatest Fun-Event of the Season., ALL SPECIAL SCENERYI First-Class Scenery! A 'GREAT CAST INCLUDING MISS SADIE RAYMOND AS "D ISY" FRANK F. FAILLELL AS "ZEKE" If you have never seen "The Missouri Girl," ask your friends who have. PRICES,. - 25c. to $1.00 Libby Prison Diarrhoea Relivede. Mr. Edward E. Henry, with the Un itatd States Express Co., Chicago, writes: "Our general superintendent, Mr. Quiek, handed me a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholara and Diarrhoea Remedy some time ago to check an attack of the old Libby Prison diarrhoea. I have used it since that time and cured many on our trains who have been sick. I am an old soldier who served with Ruth erford B. Hayes and William McKin ley four years in the flrd Ohio Reg Iment, and have no ailment except Libby Prison diarrhoea, which this remedy stops at once." For sale by all druggists. Frank & Joe for sewing machine re pairing. Too Partleular. The finical customer at the fish mar. ket pointed at a sign in the window with this inscription span it: "AIO41 Ms." ''What does that mean?" he asked. "What Is an anjovtsr, "Anjoris," answered the pIoprleter, "are little fishes. Didn't ye never hear of 'em?' 'You mean anehories, don't you?' "Not unless you want to buy some, sir," sternly spoke the proprietor. "If a man wants to buy my fish he can all 'em what he darn pleases. When I'm puttln' up signs on my fish 11 call 'em what I durn please, and anybody who don't like 'em don't have to look at 'em, sir." The finical eastomer muattered an apology and eseaped further trouble by purchasing a dime's worth ef smoked herring, a harmless, unassumng fish about whose name ther ecould be no possible dispute.--Chieage Tribuae. The Too Faithful Deg. A party ef young Austaflan s want ig a fish dinner filled a bottle with dyna aite, attaehed a waterproof fuse and flung it into a pool an a reek. One of them had a aetriever who bad been taught to etrleve anything flung into the water, and the bottle had hardly touehed the surfhte before Watch' was after it They yelled at him to leave it alone, but he paid no attention and son, was swtmming shorewar.i with the kAidpg bomb in his meout The young men ran fee their lives, and the s beast, think tag it all a great jok dame gallopaing after. H. was within twenty yards of the hindmost when thee was a smat estg aeash. Two of h men wes thaows dews, theab, Roimliy,. nset badidr bur But at the º aloamale 'do:g IbaMb' s ie ' Wk tw. er teE4 ·: ?an ns peaeitre the eta at paita w.ll-L ea , `m i .lasements ofe aa .l u to the eeepom* eye. "eiy see better when e. o the wl reat, for di.rtair gb the a toble objei is dbplaces( teb ai-P to the a ^.. aInsets dittiaiish the e ite ` fotm. of objects only mere or teen a !aseato appeaemte the dlsetngs a d etamos of object. vest' el saly 4ibl* it : ay the:: aM :. . of sett. sei They can asie apre ate, whe , at rthek todt os'a immI-t aertatma hasehd aeee. bumbt. ltaabm b color heleay and l eaters bettr than orme. a~se eteam (wasps) tie Dpenspoa to o PIe appease, on the eae, a It , toa be dimentaey.-Senes " of Insect.." The daps as Jokers. In thae s .i the se et e. n sassa ensa was aout to Japm t. mes tse epeates or castata poest: h Pimeah eem.asers. Ameg The wsatLiar named to the Japanese mhatsem a talb r b. The Japanese hmeas uO saed so brealy when be prefesdm The request that the heanh aabadil der alead them to tli bhem what g4jo east a umuch .m-aueet, but awtl).i tof maesing the Japanese rahtaleA "We will open the post la qaeso - lost, if Jrance is her turn i apes a eertala pest to n." W1sht pert i that" asked thi Paenbman. "The pert tof Livepool." "But, youar eneelleanles," langh "Iherpeel ts not a Preach port, bet tan Buab one." "Tes," answered the Japanese, "lad the poet yes named fs net in Jabkn but In K]ead." The Puenh ambassadoer was ( pelled to admit that ae joke *s* agsast hk .-oIndon Answers. Why Do You Pay Rent? A gentleman said the other day that he has paid $20 a month for six years, just think of it, $240 a year or $1440 in six years. He made the remark- he thought he had paid enough rent to have bought a home. Thill at's noLieI $1,440 would buy a very neat and eoey home and he would then be his owni landlord- yes I have some good bargains in cosy homes. I have a few that will be sold very cheap that have been neglected, with lit tie repair they will make cosy homes. "Money is to be made now," not after awhile. I ean sell you a home on monthly payments, or a:lot:to build yor a homa. and let the rent pay for the house. Coame now and TALK WITH