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Ahse mas MW aSoeaw JosephWright, of the booming town _jDodson, was transacting business -- town on Saturday. fmten rce e ind drea wit ss hmueo Cmogresiman Tray of Fort Benton, Iu W. U. French, of Harlem, regis f-red at the Hotel Havre on Friday , last week. lhe tIm to eat and *1am. :Dr.. B. ebertson, of Great aills, -a opened dental parlors at the *otel Havre. See him at Room 203, 4is week. New is t. time o built Den't wait satU men e re aree an bullin sat·ral high.. Dll mow. Set GQss svern te give yes am estiwate liss Laura McIntyre returned on 'uesday from a two weeks vacation 1 St. Paul, and other eastern cities. Have yeo Iss.e HEaelweol I -s A. Oremt It as delilous. J. H. Beattie and Wm. Wolf of Ibiaook, and J. F. Haven and wife, - OChester, were guests of the Hotel arvre, on Monday. Gassenkoven will put you up a building out of lumber, brick, cement oecks or conerete. See him. iwaatom still has some good cow. *lr addles. County Attorney Carnal, of Fort .Renton, spent Monday in Havre, 'on ;is way home from Helena, where he kad been in attendance on the State rair. Fall shoes are ready for inspection at Lucke's. We are carrying in open stock, 10 distinct patterns and decorations in dinner sets and the prices are right. Broadwater, Pepin & Broadwater. Houses for sale. "Talk with Carruth." Lucke gives a pencil box with ev er)- pair of school shoes. Have you seen Allen with regard to i+ose Wagner lots? See adv. on lge four. F. W. Merrill, the genial repre sentative of Seeskind & Meyer, cigar manufacturers, of. New "Ydrk, is :.et tered at-i-lMotel Havre. Fred's dope on cigars is much better than it is on polities. Lucke just received a new line of tans and oxbloods. I Brick. Gussenhoven is headquart ers for brick. The Great Northern has made the rate on brick so low that you can buy from Gussenhoven. Mr. James Yeon, of Alpina, Michigan who has been visiting with his broth er, Mr. Pat Yeon, proprietor of the Board of Trade, and incidentally tak ing notes of the business outlook of Havre, hap decided to locate in our oity, and with his wife and three ohildren, are now established as wel come and permanent residents. For the present Mr.Yeon will take charge, in the interest of his brother, of the books and office managment of the Board of Tr ade,the largely increasing wholesale as well as retail business of this famous resort, requiring his ex olusive attention to this department of the business. Very few people,comparatively,have any idea of the business that has been worked up by the Board of Trade, un der the energetic managment of its owner. Mr. Pat Yeon. This result has been accomplished by his strict attention to the smallest details of his business, as well as the largest. Mr. Yeon is ari originator of ideas, and a promoter of enterprises, and any un dertaking, from a turkey raffle to a proposition looking to the welfare and advancement of the City of Havre, is given his direct supervision and support. Mr. Yeon's motto is: "Give every man a square deal' and boost for Havre," and who is there to say that we would not be better off if we ,had, more like him? Her Heart is Set On It. when she becomes engaged to have a handsome engage ment ring to show to their friends. When you want to choose jewelsfor engogement 1 or 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 unjiti- 6 ~ , you have-had a talk with us. FRANK B. CHURCHILL Havre Hotel Bldg. Havre, Mont The fire department was palled out Saturday evening, to subdue a fire which was making abort work of Earl Clack's barn, in the western outskirts of the city, when they arrived, but was of little duration after the arrival of the fire lads. For Sale - Seoa4 fmeL haddles, hearvy smond haad b.raems at S.wantoa' livery bium. A dance, given by the members of St. Mark's Club, in Swanton's hall, on Friday evening last, was largely attended and thoroughly enjoyed. Hilla's orchestra furnished the music, which is a guarants that there was nothing lacking in this feature of the entertainment. Repater shotgu aekea, silled seot, Ti at Beeoe's. Harness and saddles and strap work at Broadwater, Pepin & Broadwater's Mr. J. H. Monteith and wife, of Tonapah, Nevada, were in the city yesterday, on their way to Butte, to attend the fnneral of Mr '-onteith's motlher, recently dec' \it Kalis pell. Mr. Monteith formerly manager of the Butte Is,.-Mountain. WA~I'ED--A soot experienced wo man, without children, to work on a ranch. Good wages and light work. Address HeralA, Havr,, Mont. Dr. A. K. Robertson and wife, of Great Falls, were among Sunday hotel arrivals. Dr. Robertson has establish ed dental parlors at the Havre Hotel, where he will operate in the practice of his profession for the next two weeks. WANTED--Girl about 15 years of age, who desires to attend school, to stay with lady who is alone. Apply at Herald office. FIVE DOLLARS REWARD--For return of one bay horse branded 31 on left shoulder. Small white spot on neck. Got away about 4 miles west of Havre. Yee Hong, At Johnson's Ranch. - Money is all the ammuol\oon we have to fight with." Truthteller of Pray Club. All railroad employees are invited to attend a meeting of the Havre Non-partizan Political R. R. Club, at 7:30 p. m., on Saturday, October 10, 1908, at the city hall. The object of this club is for the purpose of maintaining the laws we now have on the Statutes, and recom mending any new legislation which may be deemed necessary. Attend this meeting and help your self. Committee. Stove pipe-genuine 28-guage iorn. uniform color, at the same price as the cheap stuff-25 cents per joint Broad water, Pepin & Broadwater. New ladies' hand bags, card cases and bill books at Boone's. NOTICE-Is hereby given that the work on the East Havre water main contract has been completed, All per sons having claims against the under signed contractor for the work must present same on or before Wednesday, Oct. 7th, 1908. Dated Havre, Mont, Sept. 29th. 1908. P. H. BRADER. Contractor. BIDS FOR COAL AND WOOD. Bids for 125 tons of coal and 10 cords of wood for use in the Pub lic School buildings of Havre, Mont ana, will b received by the trustees and including Monday, October--12 th of School District number 16, up to 1908, at 8 o'clock, p. m. Bids must be sealed and marked "Bids for CAI1 and Wood," and must state the price delivered either at the East or West side buildings in the coal bins and must be good, clean coal, suitable for furnace purposes. The bids must spec'fy the kind and quality of wood and the budder must be prepared to enter into a contract with bond 'or the faithful performance of th( ,V ik. a The Board reac r v, the right to reject any or all bids, or any portion of them. Dated at Havre, Montana. Oct-5 th 1908. L. K. DEVLIN, E. C. CARRUTH, Chairman. Secretary. F~AT NWA NR LC)TTS - A - T E, M MAIlET The esoinag tteNilk iver Vally. earest point on GN.R.B. to the Little Rockiles mining .oo1nty. IW Obll Im MAs nr w wblMil for freight division. Short distance and easy gre s I Me* bsIdIf at ea ehlro to Zortman in near future. Lots Wai e m ta sy sell at U. low figure of $25 each. srv.ys and plat T. rILYT, ýýWr, OlWL iD ). M. ALLEN, Agent, Havre, Mont. Mesm . L. V. Bogy and C.M. Jaes of Chinook, were greeting frieund _ the city on Monday. Ie.ses for rent. "Talk with C..t A Cia mae e Meae, clam 6, Havre, god water, fin' grasing LI of range around it; house and bn, poultry, and everything neebde t make a home farm. If you wou- like to hear more about it: "Talk With Carruth?. A CARD. Having been nominated by the dem. ocrats at their convention for the office of clerk of the district court, I wish to state that, without any disrespect to the voters of Chouteau county, 1 will be unable to make a house to house canvass during the campaign. Such a canvass costs a good deal of money to the candidate, and takes up the time of the voter unnecessarily, and the money that the candidate spends on his campaign, say five or six hundred dollars to ob tain a county office, is looked upon, by the people generally, as an invest ment which the candidate will reim burse himself for, whenever he can do so, to the detriment of the county. If elected I will endeavor to make a good and honest countyofficial, with credit to myself and the respect and satisfaction of those who elected me. Very respectfully, W. C. KESTER, Democratic Nominee for Clerk of the Court. OVERCOATS Never in the history of the clothing trade have the overcoat styles been as practical and attractive as they are this season. The new garments are extremely handsome. The fa brics are the finest creations. The Prussian Collar with the military effect is the niftiest coat ever pro duced. We talk style, fit, quality, fine tailoring, good patterns. If you think of ,l .. .OVERCOATS .... , You must necessarily think of this store. Overcoats range in price from $10 to $55 THE HUB M. Auerbach Q Son, Inc. We press your Suits and Overcoats for Four Months. Fn c c r l rrund ,..Lc.. Y, 7;a a 1C t _. ý ý ,m-<e -m - s s ah sea a rtme= "t NOR ar as smtt as If mmem lo0 Ibe fat a )ggage Was i1 IUI[ L | ± W"b ioig b ~ li *o el a -ulrk Mai alm' inn nmMr. iy ai t a a natoms by Ingu so the ars k s as "It a r g mhates ourt [hme we agssss . ia 're deisisoa] sy ata s L t of !ng as the Apartass bmpesed epos their helots, and it is this phase of the strike which has aroused such in tense eoncern and alarm. "It will not be expected that I should enter upon a discussion of the legal points involved; at best I can only voice the sentiments of a body of law-abiding men who have been trained by their organizations to re spect laws and the decisions of courts and who find themselves suddenly re duced to the condition of peonage by the de'ision of a United States judge." "It is asserted that railroads be come common carriers, but are un. -m b pereom Wbld eb*lajmas with eit rm. They must have men, and It hesn be tied Osey meet have nAe. Is.a, atr, am, . acks. an. see oeemetles and ,aspomeets O,.be p.smbsed and baseme the W W W e of s, &" lear lo Aswi vttaet men atd aes, enes , the a uea. l senasa, e.kak. Is U by aethorltyp IStamIs that r bes.m aiees, beaee, with aeh. as thet eages.. e *bo Aem e of the seteade Ssaet he m e eseh ns w ewbas gled ,pled apes to semduee a* ilad nimses toM machines, i doe Se bid of et masteum with sees y e rbe-d by a Uatted Statles edg: in at bont se metable nstanee a United Stss Judge has shown hise lter eoa O m t or a severeign state and the bmo madse I sonforatty with the w titW9eon, sad has seat eeuaty eff aIds to p(iso beeause they would not disesgard theit oaths and *bey his mandate-and It will readily be con aded, it gush a high-handed ,.trage sea be perpetrated and the Judge re. mant asnlpeaehed, that a Judge may, with equal Imapaity, subjeet railroad employes te auteeratie Indigaitles." "But it so happens that while men debate such propositions, embodylng self-evident truths, the oourt, with an Iron grip, holds freemen in bondage, and the victims are as powerless as when, under another exhibition of p.wer, men were sold at the auction block." A Comparison. Mrs. Johnston (over the tub)-Doan Ah mek yo' a good livin', Henry Clay Johnston? Mr. Johnston-Tol'ble, chile -tol'ble. But yo' sh'd have seen de way mah mothah suppohted mah ta thah !-Puck. EhAvRM HOTEL BAsBnr SHO Latest Applianes lv.mrra up-to-date. Fint Olma We_ IaxNK WILLUMS, Piep. nHwre, - - Mentanl BLMAs & MoKNa ziu, Physicans & Surgeenw Omes in Oxford Blid. -evre. - Montana. Glo. W. VIrIux, COMMISSION BROKER, Real Estate and Live Stock a Specialty. Harlem, - - Montana. W. S. TOWNER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Fort Benton. * Montana. GENTRY & ROSE, Attorneys at Law Offce in Skylstead Building. Havre. a Montana.