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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 4 January 1912

VL 2 3HE LIBBY HERALD VOL., 2, NO.. 30 LIBBY, LINCOLN, COUNTY, MIONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1912 $2.00 PER YEAR BONDS BRING GOOD PREMIUM Chicago Firm Gets the $1 25,000 Issue. Same House Bought Lincoln Bonds Last Summer. There Were Eight Bidders. There were eight bidders for the $125,000 road and bridge bond is sue, the award being made to N. W. Halsey & Co., Chicago. Their tender offered a premium of $;25o, the county to furnish the blank bonds, or the company would fur nish them at $250. The bonds call for 5 per cent interest, and the bid is equivalent to a rate of 4 and 74-Iooths percent per annum. The successful bidder was the purchaser of the bonds sold by the county last fall. Bids ranged from $133 premium to the one by the Halsey company, and one bid was received after the award was made, but was not opened. Sixteen Years Ago this Week (Items culled from old Troy Times.) Lead was quoted at $3 and cop. per at $10.50. The shaft in the Keystone in the Yahk was down 5o feet...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 4 January 1912

®II~LfO v +ý 4. f~ jý t n. 'hfw!y~ý:y+;. Yi' * 4l f ii fii{ 5;"rýf ý e~" l ";y'<,''e.';,..:".x{ .is :i r.-~}' z.. a}. 'c"'4,:ý'' # .v....:.,: :i'i'' .`~ %ýg';s*', ; /LL4. R 7.AVCO::h:jJ J;:"VffR 4';?' f22 Oi T A d J fA /'Jr'iý:ý;. : a group of long-legged, slender T HE term shorebird is applied to billed, and usually plainly col ored birds belonging to the or der Limicolae, writes W. L. Mc Atee in a bulletin issued by the bureau of biological survey, United States de partment of agriculture. More than sixty species of them occur in North America. True to their name they frequent the shores of all bodies of water, large and small, but many of them are equally at home on plains and prairies. Throughout the eastern United States shorebirds are fast vanshing. While formerly numerous species swarmed along the Atlantic coast and in the prairie regions, many of them have been so reduced that extermina tion seems imminent. The black-bel lied plover or beetlehead, which oc curred along th...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 4 January 1912

`0 3C 1' 'iý o oWJM I0 ~ IP] .1ýý}'tis ýY ý "Fý:,+:i' i` ,.+.r,, ,rYe. a ýýr,ý w"ti'.4 J ,ýir r! ..YS 4 .Y diKF f. Yi"". -`:Y .rý:'ý.Výi'w! " ,1" 't-Pý bY'+:s'ý"1, ý,4 ý`:a ý:.r" ': a. i; ,.. Vý yý ýM ýqSý` ' \ý."ý"ý.iý.ý.. 'ýlý~ } :w ýy 7//I TQEI9C OA?1EzOA' TR.4/L from the Missouri river to the TOBUILD an automobile road mouth of the Columbia, follow ing the route of the old Ore gon Trail, is the ambitious pro ject that has received the indorse ment of automobile clubs, good roads associations and men prominent in state and national affairs. As yet the project is little more than a dream but It is of the kind of dreams that come true. Although the old Oregon Trail start ed at Independence, Mo., and proper ly terminated at The Dalles, Ore., it is planned to start its successor (to he known as the Pioneer Way) at St. Louis, and to continue it on to the south of the Columbia, a total dis tance of approximately 2,500 miles. When completed, it will be unsur passed among the world's hig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 4 January 1912

Hotel Libby D. W. GOOD, Propr. First-class in every respect. LTBBY - - MONTAN A The Home Beautiful The demand is constantly increasing for the best that art can supply. To meet this demand we have taken the utmost care in making selections in cut glass and silverware that are irreproachable in de sign and artistic attra&iveness. If you desire to Improve the table service of your home you cannot fail to be attra&ed by the effective charm and entrancing beauty of our display. LIBBY JEWELRY COMPANY E. M. BROWN, Mgr. COPH P. O Building JOHN P. WALL Ladies' Dry Goods Men's Furnishings HARDWARE Groceries Etc., Etc. JOHN P. WALL, General Merchan Libby Commercial Company Fosston Woolen Mills Mackinaw Coats Stag Shirts Pants Quality and Price: Your Money's Worth Libby Commercial Company DENTIST DR. G. H. JONES Office : Libby Hotel. LIBBY - - MONTANA ..The Libby Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBIJISHING COMPANY G. E. SHAWLER - - Business Mgi Entered as second class ma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 4 January 1912

SUMMARY OF NEWS FROM WORLD OVER SHORT ITEMS CLIPPED FROM DAILY PAPER DISPATCHES *lDURINi PAST WEEK. Review of Happenings in Both East. ern and Western Hemisphereu During the Past Week-National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Told in Short Paragraphs for the Busy. An earthquake occurred at San Jose, Cal., Sunday. A. A. Valch of Kansas City, Mo., committed suicide in Portland. Spectacular fluctuations in wheat and corn signaled the going out of the old year at Chicago. Charles A. Boal was crushed to death Sunday by a falling log while loading a sleigh at Nakusp, B. C. Major William Gurley, a civil war veteran, died recently at his home in Glendale, L. I., aged 71 years. Representative Oscar W. Underwood of Alabama, democratic leader of the houes of representatives, has appendi citis. Results of the official canvass of the first state election, held November 7, in New Meico, show a total of 60,S42 votes cast. Former Judge Elbert E. Farman, at one time consul general at Cairo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 4 January 1912

JJZDAiY /RI.4 lIAR/A/Y B~EAD~J A STRING of little black beads, linked together with gold, brought to Indianapolis a few days ago is regarded by anti quarians of the far west as substantial evidence in support of the theory that the American Indians are of old world descent. The beads were a present to Mrs Claire Bell, 428 North Alabama street, from her mother, Mrs. B. I. Canfleld, who is a teacher in the Sherman in stitute, a school for Indian children at Riverside, Cal., and they are the work of the girls in the school. The beads are pellets about the size of a pea and jet black. They are hard and metallic to the touch, but are as light as paper. The wonderful pe culiarity about them is that they have a strong, agreeable odor of roses, an odor that never will leave them, and it is this peculiarity that makes them of such interest to antiquarians. For, according to Mrs. Canfleld, who received her information from a pa per published by a California anti quarian who became absorbed in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 4 January 1912

Years of Suffering Catarrh and Blood Disease - Doctors Failed to Cure. Miss Mabel F. Dawkins, 1214 Lafay ette St.. Fort Wayne, Ind., writes: "For three years 1 was troubled with catarrh and blood disease. I tried sev eral doctors and a dozen different rem edies, but none of them did rite any good. A friend told me of Hood's Sar saparilla. I took two bottles of this medicine and was as well and strong as ever. I feel like a different person and recommend Hood's to any one suf fering from catarrh." Get it today in usual liquid form or chocolated tablet. called Sarsatabs FASHION HINTS A stunning purple velvet suit is shown ci re. The (Kxli, square revere isa speial fi'ature, also the short bell sleove. 4kunk furls used as trimming. The fur bag is quite the latest of fads. AVOID LIQUID BLUING The reason so many housewives prefer RED CROSS BALL BLUE is because it is all blue. Liquid blue contains a large percentage of water. Why buy water when you have it by the tub full. Buying solid RE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 4 January 1912

..The Libby Herald.. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY G. E. SITAWLFR - - BusinessMgr. Entered as second-class matter August 17, 191, at the postoflice at Libby, Mon tana, tinder the Act of March 3, 1879. TiTURSDAV, JAN. 4, 1912. Let Us Look Forward. At the hour of midnight on Sun day last, December 31st, the clock struck "the knell of the departed year." All bade farewell to our friend who greeted us one year ago with 'A Happy New Year," and who now has joined the passsing pro(cssion of centuries. The year of 1911 belongs to yes terday; the year of 1912 is that of today. The Herald has only good wishes to its old and new friends and the hope that all may enjoy the best of life's rare possessions as the year goes on. As the new year has opened a bright, clean page before us, upon which to record the events of life, let us not fold our hands and look back to the failures of the past. Banish from our thoughts the appearance of the blotted ink-be smeared page, ...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 11 January 1912

' THE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 2, NO. 31 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1912 $2.00 PER YEAR - - ' .. .... . .. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . ..! , n . . . ,., SUIT STARTED FOR HEAVY DAMAGE; Barnum, Civil Engineer, Suet fdr $76,384, Claiming a Fifti Ownership in Water anc Light Enterprise. E. K. Barnum, a civil engineei well known here, at Great Fall and elsewhere in the state, ant connected this past summer wits the Kootenat forest reserve, lasi week brought suit in the local dis trict court to recover $76,384 from Geo. H. Stanton and C. C. Proc tor, Great Falls capitalists, N. J. Littlejohn, a contractor of Lewis. town, and Gordon O. Shafer of this city. Barnum sets forth that he is the originator of the project which re sulted in the establishment of the Libby Water Works, Electric Light & Power company, and the man who secured the franchise from the city and located the water right on Flower creek, the water right and franchise being the basis of the in dustry,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 11 January 1912

1 CELEBRATES GOLDEN WEDDING One of America's most picturesque figures celebrated the golden anni. . versary of his wedding the other day. / This man is Joseph H. Choate. the brilliant lawyer, orator and diplomat, who did so much toward increasing American popularity in England while in charge of the American embassy in London. Joseph Hodges Choate was horn in Salem, lMass., in 1832 and comes of a I1lfamous legal family, his father, Rufus Choate, being one of the most eminent lawyers of his time. He was educated at Harvard and was admitted to the bar in 1855. While never a politician in the practical sense he always took an active interest In public affairs and took a leading part in many of the re form movements. Fifty years ago Mr. ('hoate married Miss Caroline D. Sterling of Cleve K ' land. Their married life has been one of happiness. Not long ago some one asked him who he would choose to be if he were not Joseph II. Choate. "Mrs. Choate's second husband," was his instantaneous r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 11 January 1912

Blood Humors Comnmonly cause pimples, boils, hives, eczema or salt rheum, or some other form of bruption; but sometimes they -exist in the system, indicated by feel ings of weakness, languor, loss of ap petite, or general debility, without -causing any breaking out. They are expelled and the whole sys. Ster; is renovated, strengthened and toned by iHood's Sarsaparilla 'Get it today in usual liquid form or ,chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs. An Irisbman's Joke. (urtis Guild, former governor of Massachusetts, was once asked for the funniest story he ever heard. This is the story he told: "An Irishman and a Jew were dis cussing the great men who had belonged to each race and, as might be expected, got into a heated argument. Finally the Irishman said: 'Ikey, listen. For every great Jew ye can name ye may pull out one of my whiskers, an' for every great Irishman I can name I'll pull one of yours. Is it a go?' They consented, and Pat reached over, got hold of a whisker and said, 'Rober...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 11 January 1912

Hotel Libby - DENTIST D. W. GOOD, Propr. DR. G. H. JONES First-class in every respect. Office: Libby Hotel. LIBBY - - MONTANA LIBBY - - MONTANA The Home Beautiful The demand is constantly increasing for the best that art can sup py. To meet this demand we have taken the utmost care in making seleHions in cut glass and silverware that are irreproachable in de 4ign and artistic attraqiveness. If you desire to mnprove the table service of your honie you cannot fail to be attradled yv the effective charm and entranicing beauty ot our display. / LIBBY JEWELRY COMPANY F. M. BROWN, Mgr. A F ,. .P . 0 B uilding .'r~-- --mI--- - JOHN P. WALL Ladies' Dry Goods Men's Furnishings HARDWARE Groceries Etc., Etc. _OHN P. WALL, General Merchant Libby Commercial Company bI Fosston Woolen Mills Mackinaw Coats Stag Shirts Pants Quality and Price: Your Money's Worth Libby Commercial Company ..The Libby Herald.. PUBLISHIED EVERY THURSDAY BY ' THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY G. E. SHAWLER - - Business hgr. ...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 11 January 1912

SUMMARY OF NEWS FROM WORLD OVER IBORT ITEMS CLIPPED FROM DAILY PAPER DISPATCHES ,DURINO PAST WEEK. Review of Happenings in Both East ern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week-National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Told in Short Paragraphs for the Busy. Slpeuker ('lark of congress is suffering with a severe cold. A. coal famine threatens Minneapolis if the cold weather continues. Uncle Sam has officially placed the ban on baldheaded men for service in the army. It is said Colonel Bryan resents hav ing his name filed in Nebraska as a presidential candiate. An involuntary petition in bank ruptcy has been filed against the Fed eral Biscuit company. Charles Taylor Catlin, prominent for 30 years as a dramatic reader and re citer, is dead at his home in Brooklyn, aged 77 years. The state department is taking no further steps to have the war depart ment embark troops now in Manila for duty in China. Governor General Forbes of Manila denies that he has any intention of re...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 11 January 1912

Roasted Chestnuts by BRYANT C. ROGERS I (Opyr.l.ut, iat, by Awelaotea 1.iterary Pre.)I Aunt Mary Warner lived half mile below the Fairly manor hous on the, highway. She was a widoi and old and poor and an object o charity. Two or three times a weel Miss Minnie Fairly walked down te the little old cottage with a baske ,of eatables on her arm and a sunnt smile on her face, and was always greeted with: "Lord bless and keep the bonnih maiden! You are helping me to liv a little longer, though it seems that there's no place in this world for s poor woman like me." Aunt Mary could go back to the days when she was a girl herself and 'talk to interest, and a visit to her 'had more interest than simple char ity. She had a bit of garden in which she worked in summer, and often the girl worked with her, and if she happened to be In bed with one of her rheumatic attacks the rooms were swept and things put in order despite her proltsts. "It's like the fairy stories I used to read," she would smil...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 11 January 1912

HAS A STEADY GRAFT SMALL BOY TOOK PICTURE OF SISTER IN WORK RIG. Now She Has to Pay Him 25 Cents for a Print Each Time Her Best Beau Is to Call, and Youth Rejoices. Perhaps the orneriest, meanest small boy extant lives in New York. This boy's sister, who is of marriage able age, gave him a cheap camera for his birthday recently. The boy used his camera for legitimate purposes for a few days, but that way of using the machine finally palled upon him and he thought up a scheme. He waited until his sister got her self rigged out for her share of the work in the weekly housecleaning. Then, unbeknownst to her, he took a full-length snapshot of her just as she was. The young woman is pretty and decidedly winsome looking, but this negative, taken of her by her small brother, shows her standing with a broom in her hand, clad in a loose, voluminous, ornate calico wrap per, with a towel tied around her head and with her curl-papered hair, giving her the appearance of a beetle. The boy develop...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 11 January 1912

..The Libby Herald.. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBIUSHING COMPANY G. E. SHAWLER - - Business Mgr. Entered as secoud-class matter August 17, Q1tt, at the postofice at Libby, Mon tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. THURSDAY, JAN. Ir, 1912. Give and Take Spirit. The reply given to the English man who visited a suburb of New York Cityr as to how so much had been accomplished, is well worth the study of all: "By meeting the other fellow half way." This reply unfolds the secret of success and progress. "Meet the other fellow half way" and you will make your home, your city and your social conditions more at tractive and desirable. If we would uplift humnanity and better man kind we must create a public spirit which is the vitality of civic life. While all cannot think or act alike, and our views are taken from different angles, we can choose the best of all. No one is infalli ble, but all can do their best. The ideas of one may be good, those of another valuable and the sum...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 18 January 1912

SI'HE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 2, NO. 32 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, J NUARY 18, 1912 $2.00 PER YEAR YOUTH TAKES OWN LIFE Dan Latharity, in a Fit of De spondency,Takes Strychnine. Found Dead in Bed Last Night by Father. Dan LaCharity, one of the well known young men of Libby, was found dead in bed by his father, A. LaCharity, last evening about 9 o'clock. Young LaCharitv was living in a hopse near his father's, and the parent having occasion to go near his son's place called in to see if he was at home, with the re sult stated above. The coroner was notified and al so the county health officer. Indi catfons pointed to suicide, which was confirmed by later investiga tion. It developed that the young man had purchased some strych nine at the City drugstore Tuesday evening, stating that his house was overrun with mice which he want ed to get rid of, and an autopsy made today revealed the presence of the poison. The motive for the rash act is believed to have been a disappoint ed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 18 January 1912

HOW JAPANESE WORK WAGES ARE LOW AND HOURS ARE VERY LONG. hreat Uniformity In Manner of Living Among the Poorer Classes-Ex. penses Are Not Heavy-Rent Is Bagatelle. In Japan a remarkable feature of the industrial and social life' is the great uniformity in the manner of liv nug among different classes. They all live in very similar dwellings, says a writer in the Westminster Review. 'The poorer people have four wooden walls, and for furniture a few mats and blankets and a coal pot. In Manchuria Japanese settlers are beginning to build stone houses with steam heating, but they are bare in side. Nor is this feature confined to the working classes. It is found throughout all strata of the population. The food, save in the very highest classes,, is in, the main very uniform, rice and green tea, with sake as a stimulant. Among those who have not yet adopted European fashions even the dress is in substance the same throughout the middle and the lower classes. The question of the balance bet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 18 January 1912

FOOT-ROPES WERE NOT SAFE Boatswain's Mate Satisfies Skipper by Long Fall That He Was En tirely in Wrong. The skipper was a man who had a good opinion of himself and his no tions. He had pulled through ship wreck, mutiny, and other perils of the deep, but he came a cropper once. For one of his voyages he had shipped a boatswain's mate who bore something of a reputation. One day the skipper ordered him aloft to examine a sail on the royal yard. " 'Tain't safe, cap'n!" protested the boatswain's maze; "the foot-ropes has got to be fixed first." "Do as I tell you!" thund' ed the captain. "The foot-ropes are all right. I know they are." The man went up. Five minutes later he came tumbl ing down through the rigging from the top of the mast, a distance of over 100 feet. W\ith a bang he handed on the belly of the mainsail and bounded into one of the canvas-covered boats. The sailors, thinking him dead, crowded about him in a circle. To their amazement he sat up. His eyes wandered vacantly ab...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 18 January 1912

Hotel Libby DENTIST D. W. GOOD, Propr. DR. G. H. JONES First-class in every respect. Office: Libby Hotel. LIBBY - MONTANA LIBBY - - MONTANA The Home Beautiful The demand is constantly increasing for the best that art can supply. To meet this demand we have taken the utmost care in making selections in cut glass and silverware that are irreproachable in de sign and artistic attra5iveness. If you desire to Improve the table service of your home you cannot fail to be attraded by the effective charm and entrancing beauty of our display. LIBBY JEWELRY COMPANY E. M. BROWN, Mgr. .,;,o.. ._. P. O. Building JOHN P. WALL Ladies' ,Dry Goods Men's Furnishings HARDWARE Groceries Etc., Etc. OHN P. WALL, General Merchant Libby Commercial Company Fosston Woolen Mills Mackinaw Coats Stag Shirts Pants Quality and Price: Your Money's Worth Libby Commercial Company ...~Z ,- . ..The Libby Herald.. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBIJSHING COMPANY G. E. SHAWLER - - Business Mgr. Entered as second...

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