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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 27 June 1912

THE LIBBY HERALD___ VOL. 2. NO. 3 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1912 $2.00 PER YEAR ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING OF GOOD ROADS BOOSTERS IN LIBBY Organization of Five Counties Effected and Tangible Re sults Sure to Follow. Spokane to Glacier Park Highway to Be Ready by Oct. 1. Central Committee Meets at Bonners Ferry Next Saturday. History was made in Libby last Saturday at the meeting of officials and delegates of Flathead and Lin coln conuties, Montana, Bonner county, Idaho, and of Pend Oreille and Spokane counties, Washing ton, to further the project of a National Highway through the Northwest, which will connect Spokane with the Glacier National park, and the inter-park highways now built and planned to connect the Banff park in the Canadian Rockies with Glacier and Yellow stone National parks in Montana. The road immediately under con sideration at the Libby meeting is planned to run from Spokane through Newport, Priest River, Sandpoint, Bonners Ferry, Leonia, Troy ...

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. — 27 June 1912

LII SYNOPSIS. Howard Jeffries, banker's son, under the evil influence of Robert Underwood, fellow-student at Yale, leads a life of dis sipation, marries the daughter of a gam bler who died in prison, and is disowned by his father. He is out of work and in desperate straits. Underwood, who had once been engaged to Howard's step mother, Alicia, is apparently in prosper ous circumstances. Taking advantage of his intimacy with Alicia, he becomes a sort of social highwayman. Discovering his true character, Alicia denies him the house. He sends her a note threatening suicide. Art dealers for wham he acted as commissioner, demand an accounting. He cannot make good. Howard calls at his apartments in an intoxicated condi tion to request a loan of $2,000 to enable him to take up a business proposition. Howard drinks himself into a maudlin condition, and goes to sleep on a divan. A caller is announced and Underwood draws a screen around the drunken sleeper. Alicia enters. She demands a promise...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 27 June 1912

DAY OF OLD GLORY 6:! I;' iý* ?; ' ,lýr +"1.,I: """ 'r l '- Kl,1 ý1 ., -i ..f 4 ýr"I.``ý 77I `^A ý ;' ý'"`;ýý, ý'ý yap.ýý + i" . Jý~ ;; f ý'ps,ý" ,yyý; 'fý' ýý ýr+,RYý'Iý -ýCiý mss ý',w The Sage of Monticello It was at Monticello that Jefferson prepared the draught of instructions for Virginia's delegation to the con gress which met at Philadelphia. His activity in the cause of the colonies brought him into special disfavor with the British and it was planned to capture Jefferson at Monticello through Tarleton's raiders. Jefferson was warned that the enemy was com ing to Monticello, and he sent his fam ily away, and he himself escaped on IiN Where Jefferson Wrote the Declara tion of Independence. horseback. The mansion at Monticel 10, thanks to Tarleton's orders, es caped serious pillage or damage. Though the house itself was not plun dered or burned, the rest of Jefferson's property suffered severely at the hands of the enemy. All the stock and farm products that might be of service...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 27 June 1912

..The Libby Herald.. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY G. E. SHAWLER - - Business Mgr. Entered as second-class matter August 17, 1911, at the postoffice at Libby, Mon tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. THITRSDAV. JUNE 27. 1912. The Water & Light company wishes to aunounce that the power will not run next Thursday, July 4th, during the day time. Elect: ic fans have been put in at the moving picture show. G.W. Millett returned from Clhi cago yesterday, safe and sound, after attending the convention as an alternate delegate. Little Miss Dora Payne has gone to Eureka to visit with the Garey family for a week. Paul Pratt is in Helena this week on a business trip. Prof. Smith, formerly principal of the pudlic schools at Libby and Eureka, spent Sunday here. Mr. Smith is now located on a home stead claim south of Troy. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Rightbower of Troy spent Saturday and Sun day in Libby. P. N. Bernard is a candidate for a hero medal, having barehanded and ...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 27 June 1912

MONTANA NEWS Eric Londin, a Duvcyer saloc n keeper, was given a year and three months in the federal prison and a fine of $750 for selling liquor to Indains. The bounty scrip issued on proc' atory animals this month in Custer county is for the 1: rgest amount ever issued in the history of the county, being nearly $3,000. A sad accident occurred in Moiese valley last week which resulted in the death of one man and two rendered unconscious by the deadly gas in a well. The accident oc curred on the farm of James M. Carver, and the can-e was the damp or gas in the well which had been dug to a depth of 50 feet and drilled from there on to water Ora Sum ner went down to fix the piping and succumbed to the effects of the gas, and Leon II. Thomas who was work'n' with him, descended to render assistance and he too was overcome. Then Carver wei t clown and it was only by throwing water in the well that he was able to retain consciousness, and un doubtedly would have died had it not been for o...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 27 June 1912

Cornerlf& SWIMMING DEVICE IS NOVEL Fins Attached to the Heels of Wearer Are Manipulated by Cords Assists the Novice. A novel swimming apparatus has been invented by two California men, It may be used to assist a novice or an expert may rig himself up in it to achieve great speed or cover greater distances than he can do unaided. A Jacket made of some buoyant element, probably with strips of cork in it, has Fine for the Swimmers. two wings, or fins, attached to thb back, over the shoulder blades, where wings usually sprout. These fins have a swivel motion and are operated by cords attached near their tips and running down through eyelets in the suit to anklets, or heel fastenings, There are springs at the swiveling connections of the fins which keep those objects normally raised above the body, but when the swimmer kickq his feet backward he draws them down and they act as propeller blades, sending him through the water with much greater velocity than he could obtain with his arm...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 27 June 1912

Braid, Ribbon and Small Flowers Mark Hats for Children's Wear p : id...; H i tt"ýý ~ i :ýý':4. ::.,:r' < . ,u . 'ii . ,?,ý.i:; "::"; :..<':..".i '"'::I. 9/ T WO excellent samples of the spring styles for misses are pic tured here. Braids (of the lacy kind), ribbon and small flowers are the materials used. Shapes, both for misses and children, are much like those shown for grown people, but the composition of these hats so far as trimming and making is con cerned are entirely different. Fine plaitings of Val or other light laces are used with great success. In Fig. 1 a lace Tuscan braid is made up with plaited Val lace and finished with a ribbon bow in a dull rose color, it Is a very fine combination in just the right tones. This shape is always be coming and always fashionable. Innumerable fancy bonnets grow daily more popular. No longer con fined to small children, the miss and HAS NUMEROUS GOOD POINTS Walking Costume That Will Make Up Well in Many Kinds of Materials. There a...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 27 June 1912

..The Libby Herald.. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY By THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY G. E. SHAWLER - - Business Mgr. Entered as second-class matter August 17, 1911, at the postoffice at Libby, Mon tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. THURSDAY. JUNE 27, 1912. Steam Roller Quits Chicago. The republican convention ad journed last Saturday night auid confusion and disorder. After ev ery vote there was a chorus of "toot, toot, clhoo-choo-choo, toot, toot," keeping time with the pro gress of the steam roller. And when the Roosevelt contesting del egates had been thoroughly flat tened out the steam roller gave 561 loud toots, 21 more than were nec essary, and Taft was declared the nlominee. Root;evelt had withdrawn his name, but 107 voted for him, 346 sat in their seats and refused to vote, La Follette received 41 and Cummins 17. For vice-president Sherman received 597, not voting 352, absent 71. There was the same wide split on the platform, 666 favoring the standpat docu ment, 343 refused to ...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 4 July 1912

THE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 2. NO. 4 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1912 $2.00 PER YEAR GOOD ROADS THE LIVEST QUESTION Lincoln Not Only Needs Roads, but Needs Them Badly. Everybody Boost. Reports from the Good Roads meeting in Anaconda are of a sort to encourage the enthusiasts of this part of Montana. We need roads as perhaps no county in the state does. This, of course, means that good roads, or any old roads here, will cost more than in other coun ties. Otherwise, we would have had more of them. And, by the same token, just so sure as we need roads worse than any other section of the state, just so sure will we reap a greater benefit from our pres ent accomplishment in that direc tion. The scenic beauties of our river, forest and lake regions, with the hunting and fishing afforded throughout the county, would readily be capitalized on a paying basis at vastly more than the county need spend just now to open the roads, if such beauties of our county could be controlle...

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 July 1912

SYNOPSIS. Howard Jeffries, banker's son, under the evil influence of Robert Ustderwooid. fellow-student at Yale, leads sa le of die :ipation, marries the daughtef o.a a ganm bler who died in prison, and .s Idsowned by his father. He is out of tosRc and in desperate straits. Underwoocd, 'ho had once been engaged to Hlowatr.'s step. nother. Alicia, is apparently .in rosper. ens circumstances. Taking advp'&tage o. his intimacy with Alicia, he hIcomes a port of social highwayman. tDicovering is true character, Alicia denies' him the ouse. He sends her a note th'.atenting suicide. Art dealers for whom lie acted s commissioner, demand an eticeuntlng. e cannot make good. Howai calls at is apartments in an intoxicrt'.l condi tion to request a loan of $2,00o to enable sIm to take up a business preposition. Howard drinkls himself into a maudlin condltlon, and goes to sleep ol is divan. A caller Is announced and .taderwood draws a screen around the drunken sleeper. Alicla enters. She deman...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 4 July 1912

GOVERNOR WILSON DEFINES DEMOCRACY. "What fills me with confidence in tie future is that the world is not waiting upon the stupidity of politics. The world has an awkward way of taking things into its own hands, and it does not now express itself in this country in the poli tics we have been accustomed to in the last decade. "There are two or three theories of government in this country. Don't de ceive yourself by supposing all the peo pie believe in democratic government, because they do not. You have only to listen to the utterances of very disting uished republican speakers to see that they do not believe and do not pretend to believe in representative government. They will tell you they do not believe the judgment of the people can be trust ed. And are you going to take counsel from these gentlemen as to the preserva tion of our representative institutions when they don't want them to represent the great body of the people ? "I don't know whether I was born so or learned so, or w...

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

STANDARD BREED OF POULTRY MOST PROFITABLE TO FARMER Erroneous Idea to Think That Mongrel Chickens Offer Any - Advantage Over Pure-Bred Stock-Many Improve. ments in Laying and Meat-Producing Qualities of Birds. 7ig r• a .,. .. ,Q.,r Prie Winning nl-Comb White ehorn Prize Winning Single-Comb White Leghorns. (By OSCAR ERF.) Pure-bred animals are those that produce their form, habits or other distinctive qualities with uniformity. In order that we may get offsprings like the parent and like each other we must have animals whose ancestors tor many generations back have been of one type. The more generations of such uniformity, the more certain it will be that the young will possess similar quality. The wild animals of any one kind or species in one locality have been of similar type for many generations and may be considered as pure-bred. By the law of natural selection, indi viduals not suited to live in that par ticular locality have been weeded out. When animals are domesticated, and ...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 4 July 1912

WHEN MUIR REJOICED NATURALIST WRITES ABOUT A "NOBLE EARTHQUAKE." Impresleve Description of Shocks in Yosemite Valley Which Gave Birth to a New Mountain Avalanche Talus While He Looked. "A noble earthquake! A nobly earthquake!" exclaimed John Muir when he was awakened at half-pas two o'clock of a moonlit morning it the Yosemite valley. For years h: had believed that the many great ava lanche taluses leaning against th4 walls of the valley at intervals of F mile or two, had been caused by at earthquake at least three centuries before, and here was his chance tc make some observations. Never be fore had he enjoyed a storm of this sort, but the strange, thrilling motior could not be mistaken, and so he ran out of his cabin, both glad and fright ened as he made his exclamation. "The shocks were so violent and varied, and succeeded on another sc closely," he writes in the Century, "that I had to balance myself care fully in walking, as if on the dec of a ship among waves, and it seemed im...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 4 July 1912

..The Libby Herald.. PTUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBLSHING COMPANY G. H. SHAWLER - - Business Mgr. Entered as second.class matter August 17, 191T, at the postoffice at Libby, Mon tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. THURSDAY. JULY 4, rg912. A barrel of fun is to be supplied to spectators at the ball grounds next Sundav between the henedicts and bachelors, in an article of base ball that will surprise everybody, includiug the players. A confetti contest is also a feature. The fire department is responsible for the exhibition. Mr. and Mrs Harry Elliston and Miss Geneva Bowen returned from Kalispell Friday. W. F. Doonan, proprietor of the Windsor hotel at Troy, was in the city Wednesday on business. 'Duf fy' and Mr. Hogan have about forty men at work in a cedar camp some four miles out of Troy, and besides having cut about 2,000 poles are just concluding a road up Callahan creek to carry on their operations at an expense of about $4,000. J. M. Duthie attended the Elks cele...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 4 July 1912

Camping on1 His Trail By BRYANT C. ROGERS -Umie mmo iCopyright. 1912, by Associated Literary Press.) Miss Abigail Jones, spinster of thir ty-eight, had her own little home in the village of Dawson. Almost every lay of her life, after passing the age of twenty-five, she had been met with the query: "Now, Abigail, why don't you mar ry some nice man and have a home that is a home?" Every man and woman knows that to marry there must be a man and a Woman. Here was the woman, but where was the man? Abigail wasn't to very homely, and she wasn't so very gawky. Worse looking women than she were getting married every lay. Up to the old maid age a young man occasionally looked her way, but tot with serious intentions. After That period she was left alone. It wasn't a fair, square deal by a wom in, but no one appeared to be direct y to blame for it. Dawson was a sleepy old village, seldom visited by )utsiders, and when a widower or bachelor took a notion to marry he headed some other way. Abiga...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 4 July 1912

..The Libby Herald.. PUBIJSHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY G. E. STTAWL,ER - - BusinessMgr. Entered as second class matter August 17, 1911, at the postoflece at Libby, Mon tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. TIHURSDAY. JULY 4, 1912. For President, WOODROW WILSON Of New Jersey. For Vice-President, THOMAS MARSHALL Of Indiana. "Thou Shalt Not Steal." The third party repuhlican poli ticians and pr.ss are not backward in saying that Taft was the re ceiver of stolen goods when he ac cepted the nomination for president at tlhe hands of the steam roller brigade at Chicago. They are, in fact, featuring this phase of the campaign. "Thou slfalt not steal !" is the slogan that goes up from almost every Roosebclter in the land. These patriots have worked them selves to a high state of frenzy over the use of the steam roller which ran them down-the same old steam roller which Roosevelt used four years ago for Taft and eight years for himself, and before that (lid service for...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 11 July 1912

ITHE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 2. NO. 4 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 1912 $2.00 PER YEAR . .. . i - - ,- im mi. a-. . I*-,m 1,.i S i U . mm ml. m Im m HARASSING THE DEVELOPMENT OF OUR COUNTRY The relation that county boards bear to the development of the state is thus stated by Justice Smith, in the course of the opinion rendered in the Lincolin county road and bridge bond case. The last para graph especially should be read over carefully by Reid and Weil as food for thought, and what the highest court of the state think of such proceedings as those institut ed against the greatest and wisest public improvement ever sanctioned by the electorate of Lincoln county: "The opportunity is perhaps as propitious as any which may occur for a declaration by this court that our constitutional and statutory laws were designed to clothe the boards of county commissioners of the state with large discretionary powers in dealing with projects like the one we have under consid eration. "Ce...

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. — 11 July 1912

-D "I Believed Howard Guilty. Why Shouldn't I?" cnAIRLOS 'OKIEIN AND ARTHUR IIORNBLOW . ILLUSTRATIONS BY RAY WALTER$ tOPYRIGNT, 1909, SY G.W. DILLINGHAM COMPANY 20 SYNOPSIS, Howard Jeffries, banker's son, under the evil influence of Robert Underwood, fellow-student at Yale, leads a life of dis sipation, marries the daughter of a gam bler who died in prison, and is disowned by his father. He is out of work and in desperate straits. Underwood, who had once been engaged to Howard's step mother, Alicia, is apparently in prosper ous circumstances. Taking advantage of his intimacy with Alicia, he becomes a sort of social highwayman. Discovering his true character, Alicia denies him the house. He sends her a note threatening suicide. Art dealers for whom he acted as commissioner, demand an accounting. He cannot make good. Howard calls at his apartments in an intoxicated condi tion to request a loan of $2,000 to enable him to take up a business proposition, Howard drinks himself into a maud...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 11 July 1912

TOP-WORKING OF OLD FRUIT 1- TREES IS CONSIDERED BEST Method Gives Very Desirable Crops and Brings Quitcker Returns Than by Replanting of Young Trees Practice of Grafting Is Not Mysterious Art - Few Important Points. (By PROF. O. B. WHITE, Colorado.) It has been proven by long experi ence that if properly done, the graft ing over of old trees by top-working brings quicker returns than the re planting of young trees. In fact, it is not uncommon to see a fairly good drop an the three-year-old top of a top-worked tree. Top working, as a means of estab lishing a weak-growing variety on a Teaching Tree How to Grow. stronger root system than its own, is coming into high favor. The practice of grafting is not a mysterious art, as many suppose, but is so simple that any careful orchard ist can and should do it himself. All common fruit trees can easily be budded or grafted. The apple and pear may be inter grafted upon each other, and this is true of the peach, plum, apricot and almond. Howev...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 11 July 1912

..The Libby Herald.. PUIBLTSHD EVVERV THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY G. E. SITAWr,FR - - Business Mgr Entered as seconldclass matter August 17. T91q, at the postoflice at Libby, Mon tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. THURSDAY. JULY 4, 1912. July Fourth. Same oll speeches, Same old flags, Salle old rockets, Same old jags. Same old 1m usic, Samne old noise, Same old crackers, Same old boys. Same old picnics, Same old dread, Same tenmptatiou, Same old head. Same old fires, Same old lights, Same old crowds and Same old fights. Same old canllons, Same old thrills, Same old cheers and Doctor's bills Same old brightness, Same display, Same old gladsome Natal day. --Philadelphia ledger Frank Stoneclhest is ttup from Troy for a few days. Mrs. A. B. Johnston is laying off four blocks, adjoining South Libby on the south, which will be put on the market as soon as the w\ork is done and the plat filed. J. WV. Hooper has gone to Seattle for a couple of weeks on a business trip. Miss...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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