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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 11 July 1912

URAL NEWS ITEMS. James Valosak made a business trip to Libby Wednesday, returning Thursday. Mrs. L. Dickerhoof and daughter Beat rice visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sprague Thursday. The bridge crew has completed out ting in the cement tiling culverts be tween Ural and Volcour. Joe Branham from Tweed made a bit i ness trip to Libby this week. Carleton and Leon Sprague were visit ing at Dickerhoof's Saturday. Mr. Gisha came up from Warland to to visit home folks Sunday. Oscar Gibler is cutting his clover. The rain in this vicinity received a hearty welcome from all the farmers around Ural. Spokane Interested Spokesman Review: The roads of Switzerland increase the travel ers' enjoyment of the sublimity and beauty of Swiss scenery a thousandfold. The government road of the English in India up to Darjeeling enables thousands to visit the magnificent scenery of the Himalayas who otherwise might never enter that land of enchant ment. The people who are putting forth effort for ...

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. — 11 July 1912

tZ-,,,,-, --- L----- STRATEGY OF A SMALL BOY Youngster, Who Broke Window In Suburban Home, Seems to Have Making of Clever Rascal. An iron hoop bounded through the area railings of a suburban house and played havoc with the kitchen window, says Lippincott's. The woman waited, anger in her eyes, for the appearance of the hoop's owner. Presently he came. "Please, I've broken your window," he said, "and here's my father to mend it" And sure enough, he was followed by a stolid-looking workman, who at once started to work, while the small boy took his hoop and ran off. "That'll be four bits, ma'am," an nounced the glazier when the window was whole once more. "Four bits!" gasped the woman. "But your little boy broke it-the lit tle fellow with the hoop, you know. You're his father, aren't you?" The stolid man shook his head. "Don't know him from Adam," he said. "He came around to my place and told me his mother wanted her winder fixed. You're his mother, aren't you?" And the woman shook her...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 11 July 1912

4UN-i uNN J AM * + c:E=PO)Y'q'.r ''COF4 7P2Th' Ah7)ý2 E have heard a good deal lately about gun-running on the Persian gulf and of the efforts to suppress the traf fic. A military expedition recently left Bombay to co-operate with the British navy in an endeavor to stop the smuggling of arms. The illustration will afford an excellent idea of how this work is being carried out by sepoys, who are here seen en trenched on the sea coast in readiness and on the look-out for gun-running natives, who have now practically sev ered themselves from Persian control and are equipped with modern fire arms. Gun-running is dangerous business in any country. An old gun-runner in New York said recently: "I have carried guns over the Afg han frontier, across the northern bor ders of India into Afghanistan, when a rifle would be worth upon delivery literally its weight in silver. It would be taken from off the camel's back and put into a balance, bars of sileer weighing down the other side. But it mea...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 11 July 1912

..The Libby Herald.. PUBLISHED fEVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY G. E. SHAWTR - - 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. JTtTI, 4, g1912. For President, WOODROW WILSON Of New Jersey. For Vice-President, THOMAS MARSHALL Of Indiana. At Baltimore. The Baltimore convention, which was expected to he a sort of an easy-going, peace aid harmony af fair, a few ballots and a ticket in the field, has sprung into the lime light as the warmest kind of a con lest, full of genuine thrills that has riveted the attention of the coun try as intensely as did the one at Chicago. And out of the turmoil looms the commanding figure of the great commoner, William J. Bryau. Were it not for him the demo cratic party would be gagged and bound fast bhv the reactionaries. He has been the central figure around which the storm raged, but by his pluck, perseverance and re sourcefulness he has foug...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 18 July 1912

THE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 2. NO. 6 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1912 $2.00 PER YEAR SOCIALISTS FIRST IN LOCAL FIELD County Central Committee To Meet Saturday To Canvass Referendum Vote on County Candidates. The socialist county central com mittee will meet in Libby on the 20th, at which time it will be de cided if the committee, after can vassing the referendum vote, will ratify the nominations or call a county convention for this purpose. As is well known the socialists some time ago took the referendum vote for nominations for county of ficers to* be voted on at the fall election and the ratification by, committee or convention is purely formal. While we do not pretend to speak by authority, we hear that among the successful candidases are the following : Representative of the legislature -C. H. Conner of Eureka. County commissioner, 6 years- John W. Leigh of Libby. Sherift - W. S. Megquier of Libby. Clerk of conrt---H. C. Tripp of Eureka. County clerk and record...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 18 July 1912

IMPORTANCE OF DISINFECTING AFTER OUTBREAK OF DISEASE Practice Not Znttrely Apiweciated by Stockman and Farmer .-Thqrw !s Alsu Lach of Intormation Concerning Practical and Economical Methods of Procedure of Cleaning. (3y GEORGE W. POPE.) It has been found that the average stockman ani farmer does not real ise the importance of thoroughly dis Infecting his premises following an outbreak of contagious disease. There Is apparently a widespread lack of Information regarding the germicidal power of various substances, com monly termed disinfectants. There is also 1 lack of knowledge concerning practical and economical methods of proceeding with the work of disinfec tion Moreover, the reappearance of a contagious disease on premises from which it was believed t have been eradicated may frequently be traced to careless or imperfect worn in con nection with the cleaning and disin fection of thai place. It la but natural to acknowledge the presence of only such objects as can be seen with the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 18 July 1912

Spun Glass Hair Ornaments Popular With the Debutante .Y+,,";To"$`,{ý,. C...... :.;>jY.:?";a}+............ vi?:.f???"Yi41 Photo, Copyright, by Underwood & Underwood. N. Y. The very latest hair ornament for evening wear for the debutante is made of spun glass. This is to rival the electric light ornament for the coif fure, originated in Chicago. The effect on the head is very pretty and fash es of brilliant colors show as the wearer moves to and fro under the eleo. trio light. FOR THE YOUTHFUL FIGURE Blouses Especially Designed to Please Young Girls of From Fourteen to Sixteen Years. The first has a lace yoke cut with points at back, front and on shoulders. It is edged with a band of black satin; this and a band of lace trim the sleeves. The material at front and back is tucked in sets of threes. Materials required: Two yards 22 Inches wide, one-fourth yard satin on the cross, one yard lace 18 inches Wide. The second illustration shows a smart way of making up crepe de chine, w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 18 July 1912

..The Libby Herald.. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY G. E. SHA VLER - - 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. JULY IS, 1912. Captain Jones of the Libby first nine says that several more games will be played this season. Two games are to be played with Eureka, one in each town. These teams each have a game to their credit by a one-run margin. It is also expected to play several games with the tast Kalispell team. Logan Cresswell has sold his house in South Libby to Wm. Latane for $8oo. Mr. Cresswell will go to British Columbia with his teams and do some railroad building. A dance will he given at the opera house to morrow (Friday) night for the benefit of the Libby base ball club, to which all are in vited. B. F. Howard returned last Thursday from a week's visit at Spokane. The board of equalization had a brief session last Monday for lack of material to w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 18 July 1912

DON'T FORGET THAT AMERICA is ALRIGHT There is nothing seriously wrong with the country. This is an election year, and it's the business of politicians to stir discontent and drag clouds from behind silver linings. Of course, there are insistent problems -lots of them--anij there are national abuses, too. Specal Privilege has, as usual, been picking pockets, but the country is hasicly sound and healthy and prosperous. We learn the truth when lies fly. We find our ailments when doctors disagree. Monarchies go to smithereens only be cause there is no chance to find out what is really happening in the government. Just now, it does seem that America is on the verge of real trouble, but we must discount what we hear in a presidential year. There is, however, a little more fire than usual behind the smoke. The twentieth century has introduced innovations faster than we have been able to administer them properly. In vention has crowded upon invention. Labor-saving, time-shortening devices h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 18 July 1912

SYNOPSIS. Howard Jeffries, banker's son, under the evil influence of Robert Underwood, flow-student at Yale, leads a life of di. P ation, marries the daughter of a gam er who died in prison, and is disowned y his father. He is out of work and in eperate straits. Underwood, who had once been engaged to Howard's step mother, Alicia, is apparently in prosper ous circumstanced. 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 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 p roise from Underw...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 18 July 1912

MADEMOISELLE CARTIER By ANTOINETTE PATTERSON (Copyright, 1911, by Associated Literary Press.) For the last two or three years, Graham Hartley had been taking life none too seriously. An uncle Graham's parents were both dead was largely responsible for this. He had taken the boy immediately after his graduation from college, where he had done really well, home to his magnificent bachelor apartments; he had helped to develop his inborn taste for luxury and beauty of all kinds. Incidentally he had encouraged lazi ness. Uncle and nephew had lived ami cably together until one day, while they were traveling abroad, the lat ter fell madly in love with the pretty prima donna of the opera which was creating a furore in Paris. On that first night for a full half. hour, Graham Hartley had gazed stubbornly through his opera-glasses uL msue. uartier, not only because she was pretty and charming, but because he seemed to remember having once seen her before. Sud denly it came to him; she was the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 18 July 1912

.'The Libby Herald.. PUBLIAHED EVF1RY TIItTRSDAY E3Y THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY 0. V. SIIAWJER - - P.nsines'Mgr. Eiitcrr as secoud class matter August 17, 1911, at the postoffice at Libby, Mon tana, iuler the Act of March 3, 1879. THTTRSDAV. JULY IS, 1912. For President, WOODROW WILSON Of New Jersey. For Vice-President, THOMAS MARSHALL Of Indiana. "Thou Shalt Not Steal." The standpatters complain that the Bull Moose folks do not live op to the cardinal plank in their plat form, "Thou Shalt Not Steal." They charge that in several states the followers of the st retu oue one are alreadv setting ahont to steal presidential electors from Taft. In states like Kansas, South Dakota, Minue!ota and other: hiere the progressisves are over whelmiingly strong, Roosevelt elect or, are to make t he race on the re pnblican ticket and in the event of election will vote for the colonel, although he is not the republican nominee. That i. to say, the re publican party ant the republican namue are to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 25 July 1912

_ 'HE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 2. NO. 7 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 25,' 1912 $2.00 PER YEAR WORK RESUMED ON LIBBY BRIDGI Bond House Hands Ove $125,000 for Roads a n Bridges and County Commis sioners Get Busy. Lincoln county now has the use and disposition of the road an( bridge bond money, which the peo ple gave such an overwhelming endorsement at the polls last fall. The bond buyers, N, W. Halsey & Co. of Chicago, sent a telegran last Thursday that the money had been deposited to the credit of thi: county with the Chicago corres. pondent of the First National bank of Libby. On Monday the three membern of the board of county commission. ers met in Libby with Messrs. Whitlock and Sears of the Coast Bridge company, who have the contract to build the bridges across the Kootenai. In view of the re ports of further litigation in the way of an attack upon the validity of the contract, it was decided to pay the company outright the cost of the bridge at Libby, and the paym...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 25 July 1912

CALEB'S AILMENT By Lawrence Alfred Clay (Copyright, rzeza bY Associated Literary Press) Caleb Henderson and the widow Clymer might never have been heard of but for an old red bull that got loose on the highway one day and en tered the widow's gate and drove her up a cherry tree and frightened her so that she had headaches for a week after. She was rescued after a while by Caleb, who was her hired man, and had been for a year. The bull was game, and he knocked over a barrel of soft soap, smashed in the smokehouse door and uprooted seven currant bushes, but he had to go. Up to this hour there had been no feeling of love between the hired man and widow. He was twenty-five years old and she was ten years older. She owned a nice farm, and he wasn't worth a hundred dollars, but he had lone no scheming. It was after the defeated and crest fallen bull had departed and the widow had dropped from her perch to the ground with a thud that love came to both hearts at one and the same moment. Cup...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 25 July 1912

NVjce .4:. O 0000000a00p0p0 Y1.ýý, 0 ý" ýýý000000000 SALIFORNIA has some beautiful ceremonies and customs, well worthy of comment. They are unique as well as beautiful, and it is fitting that in this new land, so full of the spirit of progress, so alive to the artistic, so keenly aware of the value of beauty, these new ceremonies should have birth. Los Angeles has her May Fiesta, a reincar nation of the Spanish feast day. The beach towns have their touching serv ice of Memorial day, when they com mit their garlands and flowers to the sea on an outgoing tide, thus com memorating the death of all sailors who died for their country. Pasa dena has her Rose tournament on New Year's day. One, of the most beautiful of all ceremonies of Cali fornia's creating is that of the yearly sunrise Easter service on Mt. Rubi doux. Nearly 2,000 people grouped about the Serra cross on the summit of the mountain this year, and I have never witnessed a more impressive scene, writes Gussie Packard Du Bois...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 25 July 1912

..The Libby Herald.. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBUSHING COMPANY G. E. SHAWLER - - Business Mgr. Entered as second-class matter August 17, 1911, at the postofflce at Libhy, Mon tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. THURSDAY. JULY 25, 1912. Work was started this week on Miss Grandjean's handsome bunga low, on upper Mineral avenue. E. E.Stone, manager· of the Libby Water & Light company, is in Spokane this week on a business trip. Edw. Haffner of Cheboygan, Mich., and Kittie Hazel McCrory of Libby were married by Judge Hoffman on the 20th. Miss May of Dayton, Wash., is a guest at the John H. Town home. Robt. Davis, manager of the Snowshoe, was in Libby last week on a business visit. Miss Donna Schanck has re turned from Missoula, where she had been taking a course in music and art at the state university. J. H. Ehlers of Spokane arrived in Libby Tuesday, and accompan ied by Forest Supervisor Dorr Skeels went over to the Yahk Falls on business connected with the power ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 25 July 1912

THE ULTIMATE DEMOCRAT Judge Westcott's tribute to Governor Wilson, in his nominating speech at Bal timore, said in part : "New Jersey, once bound, but, by the moral energy and intellectual greatness of a single soul, now free, comes to this historic Convettion, in the glory of her emancipation, to participate and assist in executing your decrees. The New Jer say delegation is not empowered to exer cise the attributes of proprietorship, but is commissioned to represent the great cause of democracy and to offer you, as its militant and triumphant leader, a scholar, not a charlatan; a statesman, not a doctrinaire; a profound lawyer, not a splitter of legal hairs; a political economist, not an egotistical theorist; a resistless debater and consummate mas ter of statement, not a mere sophist; a humanitarian, not a defamer of charac. ters and lives; a gentleman of unpreten tious habits, with the fear of God in his heart and the love of mankind exhibited in every act of his life, and above...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 25 July 1912

IT The Captain Rose and Drew Himself Up to His Full Height T¶IRDD DEGRILE CCIIAgrLS KLEII y A"RTIUni ORNBLOW. V LRTiWlJsTWATIONS BY RAY WALTJR$ T, 1909, BY G.W. DILLINGHAI COMPANY, 23 SYNOP8IS. Howard Jeffries, banker's son, under e evil influence of Robert Underwood, ellow-student at Yale, leads a life of dis tion, marries the daughter of a gam who died in prison, and is disowned y his father. He is out of work and in esperate straits. Underwood, who had Once been engaged to Howard's step mother, Alicia, is apparently in prosper _us circumstances. Taking advantage of is Intimacy with Alicia, he becomes a gort of social highwayman. Discovering lies true character, Alicia denies him the ouse. He sends her a note threatening suicide. Art dealers for whom he acted commissioner, demand an accounting. e cannot make good. Howard calls at s apartments in an intoxicated condi n to request a loan of $2,000 to enable 1m to take up a business proposition. ward drinks himself into a maudlin con...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 25 July 1912

LEOPARD MOTH CAUSES GREAT DAMAGE TO ORNAMENTAL TREES ~faurious Little Insect Was Probably Accidentally Intro. duced Into This Country From Europe Years Ago -Bores in Branches Just Under Bark and Cutting Large Galleries. Adult Leopard Moths, Female at Left. Natural S1ze. (By W. E. BR.TTON and G. A. CROMIE, Connecticut Agricultural ExI periment Station.) The leopard moth occurs in Europe and parts of Asia and Africa, and was probably accidentally introduced into this country from Europe more than thirty years ago, being first noticed at Hoboken, N. J., and later spreading to ward the north and east along the coast. The larvae or caterpillars cause great damage to nearly all kinds of shade trees by boring in the branches just under the bark and cutting large . . ..it4[ 'i Larva in Its Burrow. Natural Size. galleries, often across the grain, thus girdling them. Dead branches extend ing above the mass of foliage in the tree tops are a sign of attack, and many twigs will be broken off or ...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 25 July 1912

..The Libby Herald. PUBLISHRD EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBISHING COMPANY G. E. SHAWLER - - Business Mgr Entered as second-class matter Augus 17, Iq9, at the postoflice at Libby, Mon tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. THURSDAY. JULY 25, 1912. For President, WOODROW WILSON Of New Jersey. For Vice-President, THOMAS MARSHALL Of Indiana. The Two Wings. The standpat papers publist with great glee the names of prom inent republicans who refuse tc abandon the republican party and join in with the Bull Moosers. Front a partisan standpoint the demo crats are equally elated. How much of the rank and file these progressive politicans who refuse to abandon the old ship can carry along with them remains to he seen. But if any considerable number of them do likewise it will more nearly equalize the strength of the two wings of the party. For the primary election showed that the great republican states of the north were so strong for Roosevelt that Taft's vote was little short of ridiculous....

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